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DISTRICT. 7SRMS J1.25 Per Annum, In Admit, VOL. VJ. V HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1893. I NO. 22. A GREAT ftlY UCERrr u' PUT hr: ONTO V.IS HORSE RACE. PROFESSIONAL JfiK, H. CARD. apb Hliott'.,f'vV .TS HA i! and r-V if does iuct Tmr' SOAP. -- , . U !'i v' ' wb&t he clauTisfor il. H T-r- your brocenorii, - j and msiGT on having it. THE BEST SOAP MADE FOR ALL HOUSEHOLD PURPOSES. MADE ONLY BY flie Sinks Yl'n. 8300,000, the Ill.tnnea 1,030 Mile, and tho Timo 10 Unya. In 1831) St. Joseph, Mo., was tbo terminus of railroad comtnuiiication. Boyontl tho stagecoach, tho sadillo horso, tho ox team nnd prnirio schooner wero tho means of transportation tlienco to tho Rockies nnd tho Pacific slope. In tho winter of 18o()-Cthero was a Wall streot lobby nt Washington trying to get $5,000,000 for carrying tho mail overland for ono year between Now York nnd San Francisco. Tho proposition was extremely cheoky, nnd William H. Russell, backed by Secretary of War Floyd, resolved to givo tho lobby a cold shower bath. Ilo therefore offered to l)ot $200,000 that ho could put on a mail from Sacramento to St. Josoph, Mo., that would mako tho distance 1,050 miles in 10 days. Tho bot was taken, and April 8 Axed upon as tho Mr. Russell called upon his partner and general manager of business upon tho plains, Mr. A. B. Millor, nnd stated what ho had dono and asked if ho could perform tho foat. Millor roplied, "Yes, sir; I will do it nnd by a pony express." To accomplish this Miller purchased 800 of tho fleetest horses ho could find In tho west and employed 125 men. Eighty of theso men wcro to bo post riders. Theso ho selected with reference to their light weight and known courage. It was very essential that tho horses bo loaded ns light as possible, thereforo tho lighter tho man tho bettor. It was necessary that somo portions of tho routo should bo mado at tho rato of 20 miles Tho horses wero stationed from 10 20 miles apart and each rider would bo required to rido GO inilos. For tho change of animals mid tho shifting of tho mails two minutes wero allowed. Whero thero wore no stage stations at proper distances, tents sufficient to accommodate ono man and two horses would bo provided. Indians would sometimes givo chaso, but their cayuso ponies mado but sorry show in their stern chaso after Miller's thoroughbreds, many of which could mako n singlo Mlriin, J.N. It. Wedding. LAWYERS, HARTFORD, KY. (Office, over Anderson' GLENN & WEDDING, llauar.) Will practice their profession in all tlio courts of Ohio and adjoining coun-lie- a, and court of Appeals. Special attcntfbn given to criminal practice and collections. punr t -- James -- As.. Sroltli, aw day for starting. IIAKTKOIMi, KY. Will practice his profession in Ohio aud adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Ofnco east side of publie square. E.D.OUFrY. II.D.llINQO MK.FAIRBANK&CO. TOUK FUTURE TI10 St.Lqu.s. ST. NICK siimlii IN ggttorneys ggt gaw, Hartford, 2orj.tvic3cy. and adjoining counties, Superior Court and Court of Appeals. Collections and all legal business attend-c- d to. Office 329 E. Market St. Will practice in nil courts of Ohio G"u.ff3r ,3c iRlngro, TliOUDLE:. t Jueer Cxperlenic nf Sintii ''lau. School. 11 V "& ? y ""vis Awn' TIhtc uns to ' "ij.iml.v 'Jl.iws" at f ' IS IN YOtJH OWN' HANI). Pilmlatrjr wnmc to tcllwl.at the lines In your hand IriUlcafa. Jl will amuac on,lf wiihiniMunrv. Tli aboa illiram almo.t einlaln. Itaelf Tha indicate, linkable Irliflh of til. LINK Of .C. lu Hhkh you mtIII live, Kuril HUM Kl.KT lilt iioucr cltr.r I.INi: (IV KUIITUN- I- fame or rklir. llfilli combined dmh euciet.lt life, but you mutt keep itt lth modern Idea, lowlu lu You ulll fiiil ility of Ihcae In IXmun-t- 'a Family Mairarlne n irtirnrtlrely d that, every mcnilicr nf tli- - fjmllj I. iiitir. allied. It i.a dozen maf.tlm Inline ACl.KMt LINK OK llKMtT iv.MiiLatrnikriwM a unlclit LINK OF PATH Mac fill life. Ihe recr If crooked A well ilcflnicl MSB Ol" IIKM.TU spare, you dnctor.' bllla ; mi Mill the hiallli litnti In Ucmorrit'a No otlur mai;azlic ihiLIUUis o many Unrli'. to Inttreit the tiomo circle Vou Hill beaublect to extreme nf Mt'ti rplrita or (IraMiud encr If yon lnvc the t.IIIDI.K OK VKM'S cll marked, keepapronr aplrtu by ltnlnc Dcinnre.ra Jlijarlno to rend Ily fnlrriMif tu It for 1M)4 you U1 tvceWii a rillerr of ciquUitr otla of art of crrat raluc. In Tile (lie a npi rb m mliim picture, Kxlt Incite., ' I'm a Dally I" likli l altnoat a real baby, anl iqntltolha original (II palntlni; blch you ulfl liateauiaralt i that cannot eot te equated hv any In tbo (totlil fur Ita Uautlful llluatratlona ant rulject maitir flat ull keep you potted on all tbo lopict of tie day, aid all the Ada, and different Item, of liitrreat about tbo hmnehold, bealdrs fiirni'bln," InterratlPC rindlns matter, both Ktr and yay, for Ibmt hole family J and nhllo Demoreat'a la not n fatblon niaptrlna, Ita ftalilon I."a aro perfect, ai d you pet "lib It, frr of cotrall tho patlrma yim lli to u'' iluilnc the year, and In any rlia jou chie. Send In yonr aubacrlptlon at once, only JJCO, and sou lll really ;et orer Intalue Aildri tbo pulu liabrr, W. Jrnnlni;. iKinonat, IS l'jat lltli rt., New Yort If jou ure tinncqulntel Tilth the alaarlne.nendfornarH'Clrnencopy A lareeOl' meana hormtyt a Inivi TltlANOI K, eeneroaliy: lone riltT DIVISION' OK THUMB, atrontrwlil; U)N(J 8r.COM DIVISION, reaaon. Inc faculty. The MOl'NT OK .H'KITKK Iwtokena ambition; that of SATURN, pmJiner; IbehUN, lore of aplemlor JIAItS,eourai:e, MOO?. Imaglna. Man: VRNUS. liTenf ileaaure, and MBnClTHV. lntrtllience Take our alvtee aa above and you win he auro lo pomaa lae uii ana raoal uutin p oallty. I rirpi K I yii ininy 3Cr fletiotc. train wnnnatkeii ! i.i.-w- ; uk lloomlllc A certain younjr man who was bomo-whpopular on account of prc loin to impor-tonat- e performances was utlta CI.uim. Tor the purpose ho hniT provhled himself with while i"; ami coal ami cap whUkers anil trimmeil with fur. With tluso ami his face reihleneil witli c. limine lie ncK-cUm-I Chins, final 'hl 111(1 mnw allUc wore nil titfo"; over tho oApuuleil trim, 'i'ho announcement hnil (,'onc forlli tlntt St. NickwiiHtn visit Hie churoli liywny nt 'hi? rlilmncy on Christinas Uvo nnJ hatij,' pri'soiits on the tree for the niidaRa consoiinunee (."cpcotntion run hli;li unions the small folk of chll-ilre- event. Hilto luul lici-i- i t litiiliuas 'reus lit tlic cliuu'li since lmu out of mliul, lint Mioro had neu-- bi't'ti n .mta r llii! llootivlllo TS.ipttht clmrcli for ho Sunilny Kcliool .cliolurs, nnd elaborate linil 'icon uiikIc 'or the It. E. WEDDING, Attorney at Law, ' an hour. to Bhaver Dam, Ky. Will practice his profession in all tho courls of Ohio and adioinine counties. Aleo Notary Public. tnaile u ver prcM'titable figure of t!i" jolly old taint. In one comer of the Sunday feliool room an iiuitntioii fireplace had been constructed, with n ch!miu e:;tcHl!u ueurly ti tint culling, which was about IS !l 'Ut-'-i- IVEReje vim?? JOffr mrm n-- t feMp Jt'it It iiw::r.CAri7uv 111 j! liisirl La UK Mrsterslgnaled Time, tlir Sialora IT.h'.W Ki'fa-Znn'oat nt - tu. r iu vll- IIoldinR iho lore- uato fist. tliey allppcd 'V Ant thi U xerot Ixwerolb Itolletl on to frc lie I th' t, ul 1 U I a to in urm i lb1 Which ItiPuiigilBasrutu thobiranJlhcy lurncl tbo Uiy d pist i re l wood, an i gool, s r;; ,,n , 1 IBK h phvs.vs& jLeSsv 1 ., 1. n' ittMi-.??-$ :i xii $ it O 'Sint Tl o .M II lie unls leipod rp ei ed llio h c si i r clu i ret it nrm vall.ni a'cut l.il.i c.iui Hut t! e :io,i noJ I v n In thn '. 'ih :r lie'1 stood f H'a. . ( 'l'i" tl t roil dtl i f tj swpII, fell, I: i,i C'r DOWN CAS1E BANTV CI. M'S. To Know IT ALL. easy cnotijjli if yoii only Wc bolvo (he know how. Is jirotilciii in lliu isvillc lmmit For The ASKING. The briftlitcnt ami newsiest jm Semi your jier in Kentucky. address on a postal card. Vou copy can have a fc W obtained, and all 1'at. j Careats.and Trade-Marent business conducted for Moor Frit. 5 U. OunOrriccn Orpoairc In S. PATCNTOrnccJ and we ran secure patent lets timo than those i S a remefe f rem Waamnirtoti. Send model, drawing or pnoio., witn oewtip. j Wo advise. If ratentable or not, (res of 5 tlon. J charge. Our feo not duo till patent i secured, i t A PAMPiutT, "How to Obtain I'atcnta," with J (cost o( same In tho U.S. and foreign countries J i tent free. Address, i rtc A C.A.SNOW&CO. patent Omcc, Washington, c. Opp. D. ABLERSDII C IfTVEriLC ltt it I l i INTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. A SURE trrpareJ and CERTAIN CURE known forlByanrs as tho BEST ' REMEDY FOR PILES. BICH1RDS0I r HIDICItl CO., ST. U3U. itlllli a we iro brnVen Sown I oni U rclmlMa llio tyatein, aids ilueatlon, rcmoTei ex Cum of bile, audiiirsa umliirla. (Jc tho ucnnlii"- Ilrnwn'ii inolm ocror!soi liouschouJ li-o'- i Hit torn chimney was the center of obxenntinn. and It wps hind work for the suv"rinti'ndetit to pain unj attention at all when he proceeded with the openiii!' eereifi s He. spoke briefly of the euyetid (Tin. si of t!i evening, tin there wc. a Mintf or two, but llii words weie icctlved with mnnifest Impatience and tiie soiiffs were rushed throuph in double-quic- k time. At the appointed moment for tho arrival of .'anta Cl.ius theio was u faint jliiKliliK' of bells, as if in the distance. Tho miiT.N jiniric! K'ew louder and CnAPTKll I. louder, and Mopped apparently just In a northeastern replon of Ocorffla overhead with ,i Html JiurIc aecom-p.uiie- d there is a community where, it Is said, by a b! i "Whoa!" a man's honor is worth more than his Then there was a. commotion In tho pold. Of courso this Is not true unless ehl'imc, and suddenly n fiury white as possibly mifjlit have been tho case head pt pped tip lrom tho opening at a man must have had n small amount I a iriecful ' ill. lia!" issued ths top an of (jold nnd an enormous degree of lhema!;e-belleve from S.intu ns he held honor. Hut it Is a fact that lu this In another uloft nil ui mftil of toys. community n man placed a very hlijh moment lie "merged from the llroplaco ' estimate upon ,his own word. And It ' below and went inpeiinu about the may naturally bo Inferred that tho Christinas tree, liaiijfiiifr the conlenti ' code nourished as a fever that followed of his. pack upon ltn branches the chilly observance of trivial though j Tho nudience was in a tumult, livery rigid rules of social conduct. Tho neck was tti etched and twisted to en- code did flourish, nnd it nourished so ' able its owner to obseivo every move- luxuriantly that every man In the comment of the w'uudoi'iul apparition munity becamo so expert a shot that u Tiie men and boys "II.iw duel meant almost certain death for hawed" and u'lontcd and tho women both parties. ai'.ijirl 'Oil, niyedl" and piKylcd do- In this community there lived tvo Heatedly young; men who had grown up In lu a few momnnts Ills pack was rluilry, not In tho nature of u love emptied, and with the squeaky anaiTuir, but had early learned to denouncement that ho hud n (food many spise each other's good points. Kilmore chimneys to climb Unit nltfht St lings acknowledged ono day that ho Nick bade tlicin jfood-unnd d really did not know why ho hated in the lii'i place. I'odsloy, "Hut do you really hatohlm?'' The tootn became Middenly quiet and borne ono nsked. every cjo wai raided to tlio chimney Why .hydrophobia "Hate him! top In the o.speetation of Rettlnjr a never hated pure blood as I hato that p.irthi(r irliinpse of the Jolly old mint, fellow," Ho hesitated a moment and but lie did not show tip at that point. then added: "Itathcr an odd comHo came to view lower down and in parison, gentlemen, I admit, but when anything but a Jolly condition, .hint I think of that man I havo a mania a before leuchlii"; the top one of tho feoliug that I have been bitten by a boards Inside thu chimney on which lie. mad dog. And yet, 1 stand heiu ready fctepped i:ai' w'ay anil down came iioor to commend him, acknowledging him Sauta Clans, chimney and nil, to be a man of good manners, of good to It was rather an unhappy wind-unmlly and good graces. Hut I hatohlm a very clever performance, but theio and ho hates mo." weru no bones broken, and tho bons "It's strange thatyou'o necrcomo Santa Clans joined In tho luujjh at his together," a man rcmuikcd. own expense and jocosely remarket! "Ycs.lt Is rather strango. and .irt (that ho "never could po up a lluu very not so strange cither, when yi u conp; racefully anj how." sider the fact that neither of us mysterious-looking 1 come Tho twenty feet hlr-The whole alTair was made of boards, cohered with canvas nnd painted to resemble bricks. At last tin auspicious oveninj, came round mid tiie church was crowded to the doors with eaer llooutillinns of mery use. denomination nnd hue. I'eople were not (joins to stay uway they belonged to other c'uuchcs. Santa Clans wiimi'I billed to appear at nny other church, and all were wel- a luriiln.-till IiHelfXa llllKdl"'-- " n I iliirc. w nr- I ltei;u.tiitr, It , 17 ( l i VinnJ I'jui; ct -- 'j Or tin. lrjotlni; tivi tmil Mlr'j. lie li" ri the liiie, 'i t'l'i aokrsnojt uunws: Sn Nui t boll ot Clir'MamH u orr.lr?, '!:!' ', u.i " i. l'i rotir sins tl t Svlojr illei'.' Ant (IcS slrn Time b th c ti" iilxne, C.l Cuncrs to drill on ll.e IIluTot l.'e. oil Ml Aire J lined In the Jnrr, s nth. t Hu iiit. a l ' at Is born." the If lis ie-l- t', llud) s tuCcI, l' r-- b'n,i-lnii'l- i I If, itn iitlbirhcr. CKtlLlC Kl'UE.M. IIAMvi PBY mm OPIER&ADj) I y disnp-pcaie- p riiiMf IJ. Which. Tl?e Quarterly FJeister of COc I lllllL' It Ul. Single I'oplei, l'rrar, . Itoondyolanies, . tl.su ,00 eifflHERT BH8T0Hy Ocpl . Teeaiurf ''maiJllnelball nil. hleVir and cannot alfori "' w,Nimp' btM Jouiaaltf Hi" clu1i" "A llmtlr aid II, publlcalloa. nuih iltiKk fl,Wi it,, taiittr of toll I infointlloii rou I aa man. amall . !' 7.n lni. Into auUairtlly,cofflatla"l RE3. J. G. aCIIUKHAN, Cora.ll M. . tyf' ' ,. aciral.aa t,LO "!. " '" l ' "r comin. at rrr avaJamr ao.l lia.ca, W.ihl5!o., i j 4 if l a4 Kawa Dtalata thr.uirtoul Ih. I, h .III cic.lv. auUirlptlotia. er lll U rnallH dlt-- t la ana plat.lu lh f.itil Unl a ui In rec.lpl ol lu. .rk. fof alalia wm a,t IwunJ .vlumea, Fouijo buUtliJcllll. ,5. Aolrr.i JatBcliril.rs CURRCNT HI8TORY, CCTnOIT, MICH., U. I. A. Yes. e.pect to. Miss Twickenham (brightly) Well, I I jfuess perhaps can arrniiffo It. I will promise mother to sit on the bamu scat with the drlter. Mfe. Vounfj Tnttcr I just dropped in tq say that I am fjcttiii),' up aliltlu sli.iwr rldo for Clulstmas, Misi Maud, and I thought perhaps you wonhl like tojro. Miss Maude Twiekeuh.uu (doubtfully) Well, I don't know. Mother Is a little particular about my i;oln;f on straw-rideYou know, Mr. Tutter, sho liar, some very utr.infft) notions. I presume you w 111 drive as usual l, Tutter I ever given tho pther cause to taku aotlo offense. I hated him nt school nnd I havo hated him overy where; and what is strango to mo Is that instead of my liuto wearing out as tho ycar.s of Judgment come on, It seems to become deeper, as the. roots of a poisonous vino that push their way further and tho earth. I suppose we'll como together somo day." Hillings had been waiting for tho blncksmith to shoo his horse, nnd as the work was now done he mounted and rode away. Ilo had not been gone long when I'odsloy rodo up. Ho did not dismount, but turning sldcwlso In his saddle he began In his easy and JiaJLdraw4yj woj ta luirainuo. the to 'tols real gentlemen don'l fight with party of" men sitting about tb"o door. Iknives but that would mean sure "I have just seen tho now circuit ,(kutlt for us both. And I insist that rider," said lie, "nnd he told me that there is ro need of but ono of us he expected to do a groat work In this dying." neighborhood. I lufoimcd him that That's true," Podslcy ngreed. "And, there was plenty of material lying to show you the interest I tuk in the around, and that as soon ns I got matter, would much rather that you would bo the one lo die." through with my own particular harvest I would help him with his. Oh, I "That Is natural, nnd is therefore think that I can swing a cradle in the commendable," bald Hillings. "At uny tangled w heat and tares of sin. Hut I rate this thing can't go on much don't think that the preacher took my longer, and we must. In con'equence, olTer in good part. Ho asked mo If I lis up some sort of scheme. Now let were a piofessor, and I had to tell him me make a suggestion! We will draw that there still remained several de- lots to see which one shall shoot the grees of sanctity that I had not taken. other. No, that would hao too much ho rebuked the appearance of murder. Let me Thereupon, see. We'll draw lots to deternilnu me." "And he served you right," said the which one shall take poison. And the blacksmith, who stood in tha noor, man who draws the poison lot shall write a statement to tho effect that he wiping ins hands on his shetp-sklhas committed suicide. The poison op' os. I suppose you're right, Tobe," Pods-le- y shall be handed him by the winner. replied, Vut it does rather elinfo What tlo you say?" mo to see a young fellow jut from "It's unique, and Is therefore agreeaschool, just from an ambitions cam-iutitlnble to me. Meet mo here at Into which his earthly pride twele o'clock. Let each man bring n urged him by promising him a prize I written confession nnd a dose of suy it chafes me to hear that .wring poison." fellow talk to older men about the sin "I'll bo here." said Hillings. of the woihl and of the groat work cnAFTKn ii. is expected to perwhich ho hbii'-elAt twelve o'clock tho next day they form. And yet, if it hadn't been for a met In tho road. They came afoot. cerlulii man In this community I sup"Ho fore wo enter Into this little compose that I should have Wen a preachpetition," said I'odsloy, "wo stake oni er. It was my mother's prayer audtny own Intention, but as tho timo drew honor ns gentlemen to carry out every near I found that my heart was too detail of this contract, and to do sd full of hute to pieac'i the pcpcl of without carping or grumbling. If I w in, you talco tho poison as soon as I love." "Hut couldn't you let the love for tho give it to you; if you win I shall do many overcome tho hato of tho one?" the same." "I agree. My honor, which Is worth the blacksmith asked. moro than my life, Is ut stake." "No, I threw personal inclination "Here, flip this coin." and a mother's j earning on the side of I'odsley won. They aro now stand,lovc of tho many, but tliqro stood the ing in the woods. Hillings took out hate, defying everything." "Wo nil know who tho object of hato his confession. "I will be found holding this in my hand," said he. "I havo is," said tho blacksmith. left a copy of it at homo so that thero "Oh, I suppose you do, for there lias never been any conccnlment of it. All will be no question about its genuinehis friends und all my friends know it. ness." broke a vial against a tree and He And yet, to tell you tho truth, 1 don't said: "(live mo that." I'odsloy was know why I hate him. It lias been a holding n vial In his hand. "I say, mystery to mo nearly all my life. Hut I give me that and let's hnvo tiling remember that about tho first lucid over. Why don't you give It thisme?" to thought I over had was tho Idea that "I will III my own good time. Mind ho hail been born merely to annoy mo. you, your life belongs to me. When I Ills annoyance, though, was always of call for It, you must, without a word a passive kind. I havo never been able in objection, yield It up. I will see to call him to account for anything you again. Good day." that ho has said or done. And this Months passed and still Podsley makes mo hato him still more. Well, made no demand. Once at a picnic boys, tnko care of yourselves." Hillings stood laughing with a party Ho rodo away, turned to tho right ' of friends. I'odsley approached and nnd galloped down the county load. taking out a vial slyly showed it to Ho had not gono far when ho saw, a Hillings. Hillings with equal slyness short distance ahead, a man sitting on took out a folded paper and showed it a horse, talking to a girl who had to I'odsley. brought a gourd of water from a houso Months passed, tt was noticed that near by. I'odsloy know tho man and he rode past him without turning his Podslcy was gayer than he hud ever head, but tho girl must have seen that been; and a friend "vho happened to look into his loom one night saw him ho cast a hard look, for she drew bank from tho fence and said something In holding a small bottlo In his clasped hands, bending over it and laughing. nn undertone I'odsloy rodo on. Hillings' horse soon enmo cantering after One duy Podsley mot Hillings in tho road. They halted and Podsley took him. The road abruptly dipped down nnd crossed a small stream. I'odsley out tho vlak Hillings took out the confession. halted to let the horse drink. Hillings "You are mine." rodo Into tho stream and halted. "Yes; do you wont mo now?" "Hright weather we'ro having," said "I can't surrender my great victory Hillings. I must play with you "Yes, rather. But I don't think that so suddenly. iiwhllo longer. I didn't know that I a little rain would do any harm." was so full of fun." Ho laughed. "No, except to somo weakling who "And I didn't know that you wcro so might chance to got wet." full of tho dovil." "'I lut's a fact," I'odsloy rejoined; Podsley laughed again. "I am going "and, by the way, there aro weaklings away," he suld, "and when I como back in this neighborhood." I want you. Clood-bfor a time." "Yes, I know of one." "And I know of one." vmy; wliat's the matter, dear?" his "Then there must bo two." wlfo asked. She had seen him stagger ono." "I know of but when he stepped out, A man on horseThey rodo out of tho stream, rodo back was at the gate. I'odsley had re"Hillings," said I'odsley, turned. side by side. "I hato eery hair onyour head." " thought you wero dead," said "I'odsley," retorted Hillings, "I "or this would not have haploathe ocry bono in your body.'' pened." Ho waved his hand towurd "Ah, linli, but bones uio btronger the house. His wife was standing In than hair." the door. She could not hear him. "Yes, but Samson's strength tvas in 'Hut yon see that I'm not dead," his hair." I'odsloy answered. "Two weeks ago I "That so? How different from you. started back here to claim my own." Your strength seems to bo In your Ho took out tho vial. tongue," "You havo but to clulm It." They haltod, faced about and looked Podsley smiled. "I say that I started I'odsat each other. "Hillings." said back to claim my own." ley, "It does seem to mo that we havo 'I understood what you said." would jived In hatred of each other long "And do you know what I enough to como o 'somo sort of sonsl Ido agreement. I know what you feel claim?' by contemplating what I feel myself, "My life." So long as wo both live there Is no real "No, your prayers. My mother ,is happiness for cither of us. Why tills dead aud her prayer has been answered. Is neither of us can tell, bnt It Isafact. la no hate lu my heart, I will And now can't wo come to somo sort, Thero now attempt to teach men to live better of settlement?" I begin by making you a Hillings was slowly stroking lilt lives; and present. Your life Is your Christmas horse's mane. "I should think so," he own and Ood's." Ho smashed-thrial 'answered. "I am moro than willing o on a stouc, bowed to the woman who my life to kill you, but I don't derisk door and gulloped away. sire that you should kill mo. 'Wc stood In tho jnlght flghta duel. vt!ia5:-- i or lib: 1 fellow-citizenu n y s, e HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in all tho Courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties, and in tho Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office, in County Attorney's office, in Court House. Lawyer Perry Westerfield, M. L. HttAVilIR J miloin 1:10. All arrangements being completed a signal gun on tho steamer Sacramento proclaimed tho meridian of tho 8th of April, 18G0 tho hour for starting when Bonier Ruffian, Mr. Miller's private saddlo horso, with Billy Baker in tho baddlo, bounded away toward tho foothills In tho Sierra Novadn and mado his raco of 20 miles in 49 minutes. The snows wcro deep in tho mountains and ono rider was lost for boveral hours in a snowstorm, and after tho Salt Lnko valley was reached additional speed becamo necessary to reach St Joseph on time. From thero nil went well until tho Platto was to bo crossod at Julosburg. Tho water was up and running rapidly, but into tho river flood tho lider plunged his horso, only, however, to miroand drown in tho quicksand. Tho courior succeeded in reaching tho shore with tho mail bag in his hand and traveled 10 miles on foot to reach tho next relay. Johnny Fry, a popular rider of his day, was to mako tho finish. Ilo had CO miles to rido and six hours to do it with. Whou tho last courier arrived at tho CO milo post out from St. Josoph, ho was ono hour behind timo. A heavy rain had sot in, and tho road was slippery. Two hundred thousand dollars turned upon a singlo minuto. Fry hail just thrco hours and a half in which to win. This was tho finish of tho longest raco for tho largest stako ovor run in Amoricra. When tho timo for his arrival was nearly up, at least 5,000 pooplo stood upon tho rivor bank, with oyos turned toward tho woods from which tho horso and ridor shortly omergod into tho open country in tho roar of Elmwood.-oiimilo from tho finish. Tick, tick, tick, went thousands of watches. Tho timo was nearly up, but sovon minutes remained. Hark I ashout goes up from tho assembled throng: "Ilo comes I Ho comes I" Tho noblo littlo maro, Sylph, tho daughter of Littlo Arthur, darts liko an arrow from tho bow and makes tho run of tho last milo in 1:50, landing on tho ferryboat with 5 minutes and 10 seconds to spare. Savannah News. An Important rilot. "Been buying n saddlo horso for. my daughter," said tho fat man to tho man with spectacles. "So?" said tho spectacled man. "Yes. I picked out a nice bay, well broko tried him myself and Attorney at Law. Beaver Dam, Ky. I- - wras ,S5Sfeg! DENTIST. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Is prepared to dt? all kinds of Dental work at reasonable prices. OlXjiUji 03NT fteii I fceite, The Leading Photograplicr. Pictures lo ln:j Style and Siu. ttt?"01d Pictures Copied and Enlarged A SPECIALTY. 108$ Main Street. WmO OWENSBOIW, I.OUIMVII.LE.Nr. Kr , I.OUIN A TEX. R. K LoniiTill., St, Louis I m. liluj brought him around for her approvSho looked him ovor with as lino a critical air as I over saw, but I'll bot tho cigars for tho two of us you can nover guess what sho asked mo after sho got through." "No, I can't guess. What was itf "Sho wanted to know if I was sure s tho beast would never fade" Journal. al. Indian-apoli- SCIIEDUI.K IN KFKECT NOV. I, No, Ml No.Sl, WEST HOUND. Dalij. Lt. Loularllle l.Ui.n, Itln.n. 1 11 a, m, T.tO p. a. Went I'olnt. Brandenburg U a. m. 8.07 p. ns. 0 4 a.m. 137p.m. Irrlnxton 10 23 a. m. 9.S1 p, tn. rphensport ........ lOUn.m. l p.m. Cloferiwrt".. 11,11 a. m. 10 10 p. m. Hawearllle Lrwlaport .. 11 33 a.m. 10 34 p. a. 0enloro........ 12. lo p. m. 11:11 p. rav. 1.04 p. m. 11.63 p, Spotlsrllle ., 1:23 p. n. 12 20 a. in. Ar. IIrndron No. 82, Ko.M. EAST HOUND. Dalij Dallj. I.T. Henderson 7.14 a. m. 3: 19p. aa. ' SpottsTille .. ., .... a. m. 3 37 p. m. Owrui'-oro- . ....... . 8 27 a. m. 4 24 p. ta, D. lll. r. Lewlaport UawesTllle .......... - 9Wa.m. 10 01 10 11 02 1 J3a. m. a. m. Clorcrport Bttphtnspor! Irvlngton Brandenburg West rolnt.... Ar. Louisville a, m, a. m. 03 p, in. 1 00 p, m. ii a. m. SOSp. 1.34 p. a 8 17 p. na, 6.19 p. 7.03 p. ro, 7.31 p. na. 9 03 u . i 03 p. in. p, na. 1'aaaluB Strange. Littlo Girl You say I was born in Chicago, papa. Well, then, where was mumma bora? Father lu New York. Littlo Girl And whore were you born, papa? WHEN Father In Los Angoles, ray child. Littlo Girl Isn't it strango that wo threo should havo got to know each tithor? Chicago Post. Tlilublnc Spots. TaalnsNo. 31 and No. 82 make connection Irvlngton (Sunday excepted) with train on I.ouia-Tlll- e, IlarJInslurir A Western R. K., eaal and rest bound. For further Information, addresa !!. 0, MORDUE, Oen. Ta'r Ag'l. Louisville, Kj. YOU GO TO CALL ON 0WENSB0RO C.Theo.Cain, . Somo authors havo loft it on record that their brain was never so fort ilo as in a railway train or an omnibus For the fincttand Most Artiilii Wtrlc, or n crowded public thoroughfare. A well known novelist assures us any sitt or style. Frederica St. , etumn that after long oxporlenco ho finds u 3rd arid M. 6m37 church to bo tho place which inspires him most, and ho has consequently ucquirod a reputation for church going which ho prizes very highly. London Tit-Bit- PITC aal. aB-Jtrfar .STOPPED FTCE jain in in awwaaa Coughing leads to Consumption; Kemp's B.ilsani stops the cough at once. BajsJSJ'uKAma.n.KTBUBAS83. , on&tmi. Jrm Afftim EPtlfp s tl Mil. M Ut.! .NeiwiRmtom Uirwwi oUl txrflU SDr.aTirjnt'iaiKA' Intta Paruat Raitoraa) t fraM ate u. aou aisrnsraatiM lallkujl.lla KLINU tuArchSi ,HuaJ.tIiU.ra. UuWl. BtWAXM Of IMITATING rtAUOi Ifivnvui CKBHi Hanifa. . Hartford Ecpublican ronuenni) nvr.uY BEAVER DAIOJLIND TIGERS. 11 hiiday moiinino, Edlmr n.l Olirrtr Vrrj NrortHt NitniPlJiHiil IIIIn oil IulrrcKlliiK Milirrl. JO. n. ItiMll'.KN, . Proprietor 1893. Deavkk Dam, Ky., Dec. 22, '93. FlUDAY, DRCItMni'.R 2t), Kmtok Kki'Uiimcan: I am but exercising n right guaranteed to 111c as a citizen when I take this method of Y I y M i. expressing my views upon certain topics which in due lime shall be named. And when I have said my ion A.ssr.ssoit, say any who may hold to dlflerent Wn Ann authorizrd to announci; opinions will have ncccss to the same Dkr I Mir.T.Tm As a candidate for Assessor of Ohio right to which I referred nbovc and county, subject to the action of the his communication will stand iu no Democratic party. greater danger of being swallowed up by the waste basket than this of your run JAILOR. humble scribe. The feeling is very We Am; autiiohizeij to announce .dnnfa T. Arner nearly general among a certain, not J. K. Asimv Of AuffUJU, Ky. As a candidate for the ofTice of Jailor insignificant, class, that it is high of Ohio county, subject to the action time something was said and not only of the Republican party and the will said but done. of the people. Tet-t- or I believe it It is now universally With Hood's Snr8pirllla-F- or WE AKE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOU.fCE Ilecoril forTlirro Tfcrku, conceded among unselfish men that nnd Dlood Impurities Boys shooting fire crackers on the John W. Black the object of government is the good Btrongor and Belter in Event streets threatened with arrest. As a candidate for the office of Jailor of the largest possible number of those Two men shooting giant crackers of Ohio county, subject to the action governed. Now, many times "I havo been moro than plcaied with Hood'fg there is Busiparllla. I Imro suflered y. 1th totter brsak-laof the Republican party. on the streets arrested. I'orn IVnnlril Old Year, that I have ushered In. a diversity of opinion as regards what out on my face and all over my body all my I will trade a New or Second-hanMan drunk on the streets, cursing Headquarters Perry CotnpbeU I'o t, life, I nere r could find anything to do It px4 is and what is not good for a people Ynur stay as shorter, too. It seems to mo, nUl I began to Uko Hood's Barsaparllla. I Singer Sewing Machine for corn at and yelling like savages no arrest. No. 27 Department of Kentucky G A. Than that of former years wa wont to be. Let our Court of Claims take ad- or community and the method 1 bare now used nbout clglit bottles, and Oh, hM Oh, fond and dear Old Year, Old Year, market price. Machine warranted. vantage of tho good features of the ,'Two men fight in storc-kous- e one R. Caneyville, Ky., at a meeting held May Imp for mo all time Is near complete. donomoso much good tliatl havo tho utinoit in governments constituted Gross Williams, Agt. knocked down no arrest. And toward tho end you're hasl'Dlng "lth new Road Law, and iu tho mean- like ours for December the 9th 1893, nt Spring settling such questions glad fret Several men drunk on street, bois- Lick, the following resolutions of retime the Legislature should pass a is that the majority of those particiThen ipecd. no loncsr stay, r.xrnrmon Knl eft. Ilnlliliiy Old Year, so swift tbr wayl terous and swearing while ladies spect to the memory of comrade T. The C. O. & S. W. railroad will hotter law. Tlio age and interests of pating shall determine the matter. falthlnlt and recommend It to everyone. Boildei M. Hopper were offeied nnd unanisell tickets for 1 and j f.irc for the passing no arrests. the peoplo demand it. And when n question is thus deterpurifying my blood, It lias mado me-- so much HIS NEW YEAR'S MAIL. Two men fight, one knocked down stronger and better I do not feel like the ianw mously adopted. round trip on December 22d, 33d, 24th, mined both reason, custom and law person at all." Ax.nhs Aiixnt. Augusta, Ky. The mails this week have been declare that the action of this majori- 25th, 30th and 31st, 1893 and Jan- no nrrest. It has pleased the Great Whereas, 1IT KI.1SA AKMNTRONO. easily, yet promptly a4 Hood's Pills Same no arrest. loaded with tho advertisements of the ty shall be the action Commander of the Universe to call of the whole uary 1st, 1894 All tickets good reffickaUy, on tho liver and bowels. 850. Two men running horses through from our Post our worthy comrade green goeds man, and it may be that body and that all be required to obey turning miliary 3d, '94. Excursion "All, now, thin la pleasnntl" cried Ohio county will furnish a few more its commands. There can be no oth- tickets will be sold between all local streets, yelling and swearing no Thos. M. Hopper to the the Great ) DtuifcT Mr. Dovecot, us he threw ukIUo - Camp Ground on the eternal shore, Jils nowhpuper ou tho moriilnjf of tho victims to this swindling scheme. er reasonable method. These differ- stations nnd to stations on the O. V. arrest. lift of Jununry. "What more can u Moral Matthew 23d:24th (which thcrfore, be it They will come, however, lrom tho ent questions settled by the majority railroad and theOwcnsboro & Falls of wan want than bvofMeuk Miuh hh wo PER MONTH "Ye blind guides, which Resolved, By the Perry Campbell had for breakfast, a clear fire like thin, ignorant classes, and from nmong is what we call law. It is the united Rough and Green River railroads and see.) Own Post, No. 27 of Ky. G. A. R. that and a little wife of his own? By tho In those who neither subscribe for nor voice of wisdom and experience that to stations on connecting lines South strain at agnat nnd swallowacnmel." you aro lookinp; very limilc cully and honorably, without capiwhile we meekly bow to the will of way, my read their county papers. Beware of the good of the governed is most se- of the Ohio River, except no excursion tal, during your spate hours. Any man, chunnlnif this mnrntnff. I do not At Homo. Him who docth all things well, cure when law is faithfully obeyed and tickets willbesold for a greater disonian, I n . or (jit I can do the u ork handover having seen that drew the green goods swindle. Having had an exccllentseason"on T.illlnt; ily, without experience. we deplore our loss, and in the death before." faithfully executed. Every commun- tance than three hundred miles. the road" with my splendid photoNothing like It for Mrs. "It It's a surprise," f nib-reof Comrade Hopper the Post has lost For further information address T. graphing outfit I have now establishFouiufifihs of the business done ity is interested in the welfare of its r lUcred before. Ouruorkcrs Dovecot, turning very pink. "I tun to united in in Hartford is done by men who adcitizens, and the organized agents of B. Lynch, General passenger Agent, ed my gallery permanently at my a faithful member nnd its members jfliul you like ou know I try to always pnivrr. No time tench you In new house in Heaver Dam, Ky., where the comiadeship of of one who was Icarnltic the liii'dncii. We plcuheyou In all things." vertise in the local papers. The cassuch communities, which, by the Louisville, Ky. n nlfiht lion- to succeed from the llr.it I am fully equipped for doing all "I couldn't help mlmlrlng It, my hour. Yon can make n trhl without ever ready to aid any comrade or fam ual observer oven could but bo im- way, we call government, ceases to Cabikinds of photographic work. dear. I pity those poor follows who We start you, furnish to jour-el- f. llrliorl net photo's a specialty. be of importance to those for whom 01 Instantane- ily of deceased comrade who uerc in tiro bachelors I won U'llltijr JollycllfTe pressed with the difference in appearevery 'kill needed to carry on the busiRicketts School District, No. S, for ous photographs of children. Call need, and that the community iu so only yi'stonlny." it was instituted, when it fails to month ending December 15th, ness Mirrcssfiiljy, and Kiianuilce you ance between tho stores of the adver1893: and see my work. Very truly. "Yes, Indeed, nnd I win unyhifr to acainst fiilure if you but follow our which he lived has lost a good cittisers and those of others duriug the make ever' man obey the law. Bell Patton 99, Bertha Tatum 99, tender, If A. D. Taylor. Marie Unit she would never know simple, plain Instructions. izen and the needy a benefactor Every man is interested in seeing you ate In need of ready money, and busy days of tho Christmas trade what leal lumplnc.vs Is until she la marMinnie Richardson 99, Ermine Wal- want to know nil about the bet pa) In;; Resolved, That while we deplore ried." law No better aid to digestion, The houses of tho advertising mer- ln-l- - and order maintained, because the Irion nS T rntii flnrlrlic nn jw.... Hin WI.V.V., business liefore the public, send us your ...111 :.. , 9S, Nelia Austin Vjf TMiti .4 our loss we realize that the bereaved "We miiHt tihlc them both to dinner w... !... .. luu.u.unuy uuu adtlrvMi, nnd u ul!l mall you a docuNo better cure for dyspepsia, chants were swarming with purchas9S, Clarence S'une evuiilr.fr nttd try to inuke a match ment i;h In,' you nil the particulars. family ofourdecased comrade h?s su wnen tnese are rutniessly trodden un- Nothing more reliable for biliousAh, there comcH the Richardson 98, Lelia Daniel 100, Zcl-mers while in the midst of all this busibetween them. tained a greater loss. der foot. A law abiding citizenship postman, tramplus; through tho snow." TRUE & CO., Box 400, Daniel 96, Lena Austin 98, John- ness and constipation than DeWitt's ness tho merchants who refuse to adResolved, That we, his comrades, is a constant advertisement for the "I'll ,'0 and meet him, 1 hnte to keep Augusta, Maino. vertise walked leisurely in front of community, but a lawless community nie Sharp 99, Clayton Wallace 99, Little Early Risers, the famous little extend to his family our heartfelt him watting." "No, I'll jo; you inltfht catch cold their stores with nothing at all to do, is necessarily repulsive to all but the Willie Daniel 98, Ira Travis 99, Char- pills. L. B. Bean. sympathy and condolence, and that from the draught." lie Lee 98, Jimmic Daniel 99, Prudie save to wonder why the Christmas lawless. we have Memorial Services and that A moment lnwr he returned, Mtylng: Statement of the Condition May 100, Maggie Daniel 99, Edward Of school District No. Si for the trade was so dull. It is ever thus. the members wear the usual badge of "See whuUA pile oPloUers; Invitations As a citizen I am interested that Lee 99, Laura May 98, Roy Daniel 100, school mouth ending December the of mi-- : The advertiser does tho business. mourning for thirty days and that a not only National but State and CounHorace Austin 99, Ed Black 9S, Isaac 9th, 1893: Bertha Brown 97, Ernie copy of these resolutions be given to ty regulations shall be respected and The Court of Claims should have maintained. But farther I am inter- Travis 9S, Viola Raddish 97, Pearl Brown 96, Bertie Sneddon 95, Nora the family of the deceased comrade as the new fence put up around the ested in the suppression of lawless- Daniel 99, Herbert Patton 98, Fred- Adams 95, Dillas Adams S9. Sue a token of our esteem, and that the ' Court House yard, for in its present ness wherever found because my prop- die Patton 9S, I.onnic Howard 99, Cooper 89, Mattie Cooper S7, James Caneyville Herald and Hartford RE- l fiGm condition it is discreditable to this erty is increased or diminished in Laura Sharp ioo, Herman Black 99, Snedden 89, Easter Baker 70, Annie l'UiH.CN be requested to print the Mollie Tatum 99, Bird Lee 99, Mary Scroggins So Minnie Ashby 93, Lucy great county. It would have been value according as the community is same, nnd that a copy be filed and Patton 99, Nannie Stevens 99, Josie Hooper 97, Millie Jones 69, Rosa A.t tho Closo of BusinoBS the pait of wisdom to have had n law abiding or law breaking. In or.become a part of the archives of the Black 99, Josie Travis 100, Willie May Singleton 69, Isabel Ashby So, Ara Juuo 30,1893. Post. brick wall erected instead of tho pres- der for a community to have a re99, Reuben Howard 99, Coleman TaTorrence 88, Belle Torreuce 89, Flory Comrade Hopper was born Oct. the ent rotting wood work, and surely our proachful name it is not necessary tum 98, Henry Travis 99, Willie Gray 91, Myttie Baker 70, Anna KKSOUKCKS. 19th 1S34 and enlisted in Company No, Court of Claims will exercise more that all the people be lawless. 98, Herbert Campfield 98. Aver- Hooper 81, Mary Vernon S9, Richard Notes nnd Hills II. 35th Ky., Infantry, on the Fourth $76,205.14 economy than to repeat a very costly no. One or two horse thieves can age attendance 3S. n Snedden 96 James Snedden 87, Real iistate . 3,000.00 of July, 1S64, and entered Peny error. Let us have the brick wall rob a whole neighborhood of its good L T. Barnard, Teacher. Baker 70, James Cooper 87, Hul-be- rt Campbell Post No, Furniture and Fixtures . . . 1,500.00 name. One or two men with a deter27, iu July 1884 A V surmounted by a neat iron fenco and Fxpensesp.iid . . S64.98 Baker 80, Robert Hooper 90, DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve cleans- James Taylor S4, Virgil Hendrick 91, ns a Charter member and was faith- Cash on hand and in It'ks . tho work is done for half a century. mination to break the law can and fill to every trust confided to him In connection it might be well to say will drive away from a community es, purifies and heals. It was made Willie Hendricks 92, Fred Matclau -f; He died Oct 30th 1893. Jy9.017.67 more capital, more enterprise and for that purpose. Use it for burns, that the outbuildings about the court Hetslie Rowe S9, Hlvine Jones 75, jIAHILITIES. M. A. Taylor. 1 "Oil, FKItDIK, HOW KXTllAVAOAkT!" more good people than all other cuts, bruises, chapped hands, sores 90, yard are a disgrace to both town and Walter Snedden 97, Owen Brown 96, Jno. Mitchell Com. $25,000.00 causes combined. The man most of all descriptions and if you have nnd New Yoar'H prectintf.i, no doubt. Capital, Stock Willie Scroggins 83, Uric Rowe 91, J. G. Baki :r. J county. Surplus 5,250.00 dangerous to the interests of his piles use it for them. L. B. Bean. Hello!" Ernie Rowe 93, Eddie Torrence 93, 1,293.14 "What Is tl.e matter?" queried Mrs. Reserve Fund l'ri'trnllnli In llrttrr .Many parties have remarked that town or neighborhood is the man who Interest and Kxchanc . . . 3,047.59 Eddie Ashby 98, James Hendricks 92, Than cure, and those who are subject Dovecot, who was anxiously looking Vnlunlilp litrm forHnle. refuses to obey law. Is there any one DeiKisits 6 j, 126.94 the Christmas Tree Monday night was We ofTer at private sale the farm of Alva Brown 70, Charlie Jones 75, to rheumatism can prevent attacks over the letters. violating the luw in Beaver "A bill for tinothtr ton of coal why, a grand success in every respect save grossly C. Barnett, four miles west Hardin Jones 76, Charlie Snedden 90, by keeping the blood pure and free I paid for one only the other day!" $99,01 57 Dam? Everybody acquainted with the late Jo the number nnd value of tho presDona Cooper 90, Harry Sherrod 82, from the acid which causes the dis"Hut don'', yon remember? I forirot JOHN II. HAUN1:S,Casiiii:r. the facts answers: "Yes." The good of Hartford, containing about 225 to fflve you the other one wlien It came, Emma Matelan 86, Alice Singleton 79. ease. You can rely upon Hood's ents distributed. Good dwelling and outbuildThis is true. The people of Ohio county Sworn and subscribed to liefore me several years acres. and" Magoie STEVENS.Teacher. ings, and an abundance of stock management of tho tree was the very ago determined by their ballot as a remedy for rheumatism remember, you forirot It until June 30, 1S93. "I that best, the young people who prepared there should be no more intoxicating water. Land and all fencing in the and catarrh, also for every form of nf ter your .vnl.skln wat, bought. Whafk Rowan Hoi.nitooKh, C. O. C. C.;" SEND twelve cents in postage it were experts in the work and every liquors sold within her borders. The best condition. For further particuscrofula, salt rheum, boils and other thK? O, never mind;" and he sttinYd n Ily Snr.uiY TAYI.011, I). C. stamps to Corcoran Building, WashOur business continues to grow, as part boro evidence of artistic ar- great majority of our people accepted lars and terms of sale, address or call ington, D. 39 and you will receive diseases, caused by impure blood. It bill Into his pocket; it fell out and she pounced upon It, C, tones and vitalizes the whole system. the aliove statement will show, loth rangement. But everybody realized the law in good faith and are abiding on the undersigned "(), IVrdle, nuother Ritlt; lioiv copiesof Kate Fied's Washingfour Wood Tinsley, in magnitude and prosperity. Two that iu point of number and valuo of by its requirements. But the quesExecutors. ton, containing matter of special inHood's Pills are easy and gentle C. M. Baunett, 20 tf "My dear, n mnn mint look decent, years ago a deposit of $25,000; 0110 presents thoaflair was very far below tion arises, are all of Beaver Dam's in effect. terest. Give name and address, and By tho wny, when If ho m married. IVotlro lit AlllmireHt-ii- . $64,000. what Hartford has been accuitorued citizens acting thus honorably? No, your chlnu painting in quitr finished I year .ago $.l5.u; where you saw this advertisement, iy The next quartlerly meeting of the QUARTERLY REPORT wish you would mend tho hole In my This is due to the fact that the young emphatically, No. There is now, and to seeing. Rich gifts wero conspicupocket." men aro beginning to reali.e that it is 01' J.HE has been for many months past, so Farmers Allianccand Industrial Union It's just as easy to try One Minute ous by their total absence. The ex"Why, lVnliu you wild the other not the money made hut the money of Ohio county will be held in Mason- Cough Cure as anything else. It's planation is simply the fact that tho current and undenied, public report I musii't prick day thnt my little ic Hall, Beaver Dam, Ky , January easier to cure a severe cold or cough saved that sets them up in business. flniferH with sewing;" nnd ho burst people arc cursed with hard times. has it, that certain parties, whose and 12th, 1894. The principles with it. Let your next purchase fora 01' Into tears. In drnwltur out her hand- The man whojsaves each day and puts names might be guessed in somewhat nth So much for tho privilego of having kerchief alio dropped n bill which ho at linterest fifty cents, will in fifty less than a thousand years, who are of our organization are gaining ground cough be One Minute Cough Cure. a Democratic Administration. picked tip. years be wotth $5S,ooo Ricnl boldly and wilfully violating the Pro- everywhere, and we urge the prompt Better medicine; better result; better At tho closo of Business on "Clara Dovecot! another dressmaker's attendance of every friend of reform try it. L. B. Beau. We are here to assist the business tho 23d day of Decembill!" Not nil the drunkenness seen on hibition law. in Ohio county. Ample accommoda"Only for the drofto I havo on, dear. I interests of the county, and we solicit ber, 1893. But some one says that docs not our streets during tho past week can Illllldllix Mulrrinl. wanted to surprise you." tions will be made for the entertainand appreciate the account of every RESOURCES? bo attributed to Christinas whisky. make any difierence and that it is noAny one needing building material "Well, my love, you hnvo succeeded, pushing, ment of all that may attend. Let eventerprising individual or body's business but that of the man nnd here's n bill for a bath robo. I nevLoans and discounts, less There has been a noticeablo iucreaso of any kind, such as lumber, ceiling, firm. JOHN H.IIARNF.S.Casiiii'.r. er bought n bath robo." who sells and the man who buys. ery Alliance man in the county come flooring, windows, sash, doors, lime, loans to Directors . .$68,304.80 iu drunkenness in tho past niontb.aud "(), rcrdlo, that was your birthday Directors (officers Away with such rot. It is somebody nnd lend us a helping hand. cement, or builders hardware, would Loans to included there can bo no reaouablo explananot . Respectfully, 406.00 present, nnd " else's business. It is everybody's do well to call on or write to Cary & Loans to Officers "In future we will do without birth-tin- y tion for this state of case save that 400.00 J. P. Miller, business, because everybody is interpresents, my dear; I can't afford Marble, Owensboro, Ky. Overdrafts, secured . . . 1,937.3s blind tigers have taken another lease Pres. F. A. &I. U., O. C. them. What's this? O, only tho stateested. My property and the property Overdrafts, unsecured . . 437.06 ment from my club." of life. Now, those men who have of every other man iu Beaver Dam is Wnntril! Due from Nat. Banks . . 5,966.74 TiiUcii up 111 un Enlrnj' "And you promised mo you'd give up no higher aspirations than to set them- reduced in value by the presence of a from St'e B'ks& B'k'rs One or two of good pop- Due 483.28 tho club nnd stay nt homo when wo By Peter Smith, living on Barnett's Banking house and lot . . 3000.00 selves up as law breakers had as well man or men who by their violation lar lumber. Address, were married!" Creek, near the mouth ofRocky Fork, Stocks and Bonds. . . . 1,341.67 F. A. Ames & Co., "And here's a bill for Ico cream nnd consider now as later that tho peoplo of law bring reproach upon the fair in Ohio county, on the Specie 2,718.78 15th inst., lunches; whnt extrnvagnncol" Owensboro, Ky. mean that law shall be respected in name of our town. Do Beaver Dam's one heifer two years old past mark- 5 tf Currency 2,260.00 "0, dear, If I'd known how unkind ceiling,floor-ing- , Exchanges for Clearings . Hartford. Two years ago, The blind tigers add to the sales ofourdry ed crop off the light ear. Her color you nre I never would havo married Stated meeting of the Hartford Other items carried as cash 2,145.59 1,367.49 you!" in its humble way, began goods men? Does the spending of is white speckled on body and red Lodge, No. 675, F. & A. Masons, first Furniture and Fixtures . . 1,000.00 "And If I'd known your temper I a war on these violators of law, and money with these blind tigers thereby neck nnd head, and appraised by R. Monday night in each month. All Taxes paid 145-9never would havo united you!" . . 1,088.50 although there was opposition mani- make more money to be expended A. Nantz at thirteen dollars. "I shall tell Marlu never to marry as brethren are invited to attend regular. Current expenses . . Other assets, debts in suit long as sho lives!" 698.54 fested 111 somo unexpected quarters, with our groceries?Do the blind tigers Witness my hand this the 15 day W. II. Moore, W. M. "And I shall tell Jollycllffo that ho Do they of December, 1893. yet a healthy public sentiment was benefit our blacksmiths? 21 4t II. WitiNSHEiMER, Sec'y. S93.7oi.77 Is tho luckiest dog I knowl"( awakened, tho opposition ceased and bring mote trade to our liverymen? And thnt was why they didn't speak J. W. Turner, J. P. O. C. M. A. It. Itdoliilloim. LIABILITIES. for tho rest of tho day.. tho blind tigers in n great measure Do they increase the business of our At a meeting of Perry Campbell Ilullilny Utiles Cap'l stock paid in, in cash $30,000.00 HANTA CLAU8' MISTAKtt. have been suppressed. Since tho last Bank? Do they enable our millers to & The Louisville, St. Louis & Texas Post, No. 27 Department of Kentucky Undivided profits . 7,418.97 sell more meal and flour? Do they divo closed out by tho running away vK Railroad Co. will make rates of one G. A. R., held at Spring Lick, Ky., Deposits subjectochcck(on bring more students to our school? O ,r. which in. is not paid . 56,069.79 vKnf j- -r of its proprietor thcro has been much December the 9U1, 1893, a Committee Do they improve our society? Do they fare for the round trip, between all Due National Banks 81.63 less violation of tho Prohibition law. bring larger congregations to our stations on its lines, for the Holidays. was appointed to which was referred Due State banks nndban'rs 131.38 Xcuralgic J'ersona resolutions concerning the President's But the traffic has at no time entirely public worship? Do they tend to es- Tickets will be placed on sale DecemAnd thoie troubled with iiurTomncM rtanltlna recare or ovemork will be relieved by taking from ceased. Tho man, however, who ex- tablish Christianity? Do they improve ber 23, good returning January 2, '94. Message affecting pensions, who $93,701.77 Jtrown'tt Iron Hitters. Genuia For further information call on or ported as follows, nnd the same was pects to sell whisky in Hartford will the morals of our people? Then in Statu oi Kentucky, &s baj trade mark and crossed red Hues on wrapper. County ok Ohio. J unanimously adopted irrespective find public sentiment and a Grand Heaven's name I ask, "what are they address Agents, or of party affiliation. Sam K. Cox, President of Bank ol II. C. Mordue, FITS. All fits stopped free by Dr. Jury of good meu looking very close- good for?" Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. No Whereas, The President of the Hartford, Ky., a flank located and G, P. A., Louisville, Ky. Ass't ly after his misdoings. Men who who Dear reader, are you for or against fits after first day's use. Marvelous United States has seen proper in his doing business in the town of Hartwill not respect law for the law's sako the blind tiger? If you are against it, ford, iu said county. being duly sworn cures. Treatise nnd $2.00 trial bottle Moiliuillsl NiuiiliiyNclioiil Ileum. message to Congress to assert that says that the foregoing Report is in Iree to Fit cases. Send to Dr. Kline, must be mado to respect it for tho have you the grit to say so and stick Sunday, December the 24th, 1893. there are thousands of neighborhoods all respects n true statement of the 931 Arch St., Phila., Pa. For sale by ' 'The SaviorComes, ' ' to it? Are you willing to give the Opening song, people's sako. that have their fraudulent pensioners, condition of the said Bank at the close all druggists; call on yours. 36 iy weight of your name and influence to Officers nnd Teachers present 10. and that the assertion is so extrior-dinar- y of business on the 23d day of DecemATmit'ltiit; Man. out? The people of the town Scholars 72. stamp it to the best of his knowlnnd so insinuating, emanating ber, 1893, Mr. A. C. Wolf, of Washington, and community can stop the sale of Scripture Lesson, III Chapter of as it docs from the chief Executive of edge and belief; and further says thnt Mr. Schaupcnh&user falls Drum-moud- 's Mo,, writes that after taking the business of said Bank has been his pipe, and Santa Claus nslccp ovei fe Lightning Remedy for one whisky in Beaver Dam if they will Matthew, 1st to nth verses. these United States, that the officers transacted at the location named, and takes It for a chimney. at first sight Harper's fVn!yr..tv OllSERVER. Subject "The birth of Jesus." week, the pain had left him almost do it. not elsewhere; and that the nbove reWk and members of Perry Campbell Post, Young People f; im entirely. He slept better, had no lnewcatuer being lavoraule, we No, 27 claim that the assertion is un port is made in compliance with an 1 AlrAlll'ltUII. Holiday IterUctlnm. more night sweats, nnd appetite was official notice received from the Sechad a good attendance and a splendDec. 25. The Church organization warranted, unjust and the attack thus retary of State designating the 23d Now tho maiden gathcra worsted good. He also wrote that he would Slippers her ben beau she'll send; not take $100 for what the remedy nt this place, the 21st inst , was a id exercise. made upon the old soldiers arc or day of December, 1893, ns the day on OQEVaiOHTIB Hut tho man that cots tho slipper Miss Ora Duke, of SulphurSprings, hnve the nppearanceof those of an bad done for him. ' There is no wait- grand success. A church was organwhich such report shall be made. Will get uoHted In tho cud. I'ror. K. W. ajniltb, Prln. Commercial Collet ing weeks and months to get satisfacSubscribed and sworn to before me ized nnd everything set iu order. Dr. who is visiting relatives in town, was ol Ky UnlTarslty, Islington, l(;.,u awarded partis in, therefore be it tion. The remedy attacks the disease by Sam K. Cox the 28th day of J. S. Coleman, D. I)., of Hartford, a welcome visitor in Prof. Ringo's MEDAL AND DIPLOMA Rasoi.vED, By Perry Campbell Post at once. If your druggist has not got 1893. G.B.Likisns.C.O.C.C. Nollce! BT THE WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION, Lightning Remedy, Rev. Fred I). Hale, of Owensboro, class. No. 27 Department of Kentucky G. A. I Druramond's Sam K. Cox, President, and eomplotfl All articles for publication should be For ajjaifm orHooli.krs.pln Cost to Uenernl Mr. and Mrs. Will Rhoads.ofGrcen-ville- , llualnea Education, etr. write to the Druuiuiond Medicine Co., and Rev. B. F.Jenkins, of Habit, toR. of Grayson county that thi J. J. McIIknrv, Director, Including lluitneiiUouru about i addressed to TiusRKPUnucAN.Hart-ford- , and board, rimiiography. Type tuition, Look I 0 who are visiting friends in town, President be respectfully asked to Maiden Lane, New York. gether with a council from several Writing an " John C. Thomas, Ttlecraphr taught, For circular, adilr, Agents wanted. " neighboring churches, conducted the paid us n pleasant visit this morning. make his assertions more explicit in J. S. Coi.rman, Ky,, to insure prompt attention. W H. HSUTlf, I'rroldenl, Lesluclui., U. ANNOUNCEMENTS. I ! organlzrtion. Dr. Coleman presided over the meeting with his usual efficiency. T. P. Ralph and wife, of Pleasant Ridge, nre spending a few days of the holidays at this place, the guests of Dr. J. V. Pattern and family. Dr. J. S. Coleman, of Hartford, was the guest of Dr. J. W. Patton the 2 1st inst. Our school, at this place, will begin work again on the 27th lust., after a short holiday. The following visitors honored our school with their presence last week: Misses Mary Ralph and I.ucy Moscly, Messrs. Cicero Patton and Laurence Ralph. Come again as we are always glad to have you with us. Married, at the of the bride's mother, December 24th, 1893, Mr. Retus Whittaker to Miss Hester Lake, Rev. Brandon officiating. Methinks I I can heir other wedding bells ringing in the near future, but none of the contracting parties will be Don Juan. d We take plea.surciti noting their presence. We nic glad to sec Mrs. II. 1). Mc-Hen- piescnt this morning after a long absence. Mr. Richard Poster, who is leaching iu Daviess county, is at home on a visit and was present. Misses Carrie Wocrner and Oma Wcstcrficld, of the Baptist Sunday School, dropped in to see us. We take pleasure in adding the names of Thomas Taylor and Truman Woodward to our fast increasing roll as new scholars. Misses Rosa Wocrner and Sallic Cate were added to the Cluistmas tree Committee heretofore appointed. We were honored this niorningby a visit from Mrs. Adah Crawford, of Owcnsboro, who was once Secretary of our school. We were all glad to see her. order that we as old soldiers may be 0PEED THE PARTING GUE'Sttl able to assist the authorities in bringlit Of.lVK UIINET. ing to justice any such fraudulent pensioners, ns we with nil othir s&SSSSZ? AUKWELL. fare well, tho beat or "M old soldiers who served their country uf frlenda must part. honorably during the darkest days of Anil as a token of how dear hou art. its existence wish not to have any How fond and such fraudulent pensions granted. drar.OU Your. Old Year, RESOLVED.That if therenrc thousands Here UtVe a Rtlnt uf cold from ml of well known neighborhoods where tny lml r. such pensions arc drawn it will only A abadH of roao from check and take proper vigilance nnd the enforceUp, nnd I hero ment of the law to crush nnd to stop BprlnUln a touch of (now beforo all such illegal pensions from being ) UU RO, Old Year, bedii.wu, and we as a Post of the G. A. fore you no. R. will do all that is in our power to , thing mull 11 earthly Giod-by- , assist the authorities in so dd.ig. end, Resolved, That if the assertions 0o look Into your fadln eyea. my friend. So fond and dear, Old Year, Old ear. made prove to be incorrect he There's mild reirrot ilthln my heart ta placo of pain, is in honor bound to withdraw the AD that was nweet In thco ihall once same or be classed ns an enemy of again Iu memory lira nnd make mo Klad. the old soldier. Old Vear; then why b aad? Very respectfully submitted. aay, So" that we're partial, I'm Implied to day-- Yet M. A. Taylor, 1 What I'to In lecret thought for many a W. A. WU.I.ACK, (UU I lore you. dear Old Year. aomewhat Bomber Youv'o always worn J. S. Carroll, Com. fucn, J. W. Cuaio, Tou'vo never had the wlnaomo eprtehuy J. R. Bond. trace That t remember In your foregone Uln, John Mitchell. Hood's Cuires J More Than Pleased; irl 1 1 Hood's - Cures Locality tnoncy-tnaMii;i'- "' 11 120 DOLLARS Your ih-n- It-y- - ,! - ' "-- ltort IlLI 7' illw PW m t Beaver Dam DEPOSIT BANK Bos-we- ll , ' ' Ce-bro- $7 j W I to-da- y ffi T J ... Building Material. Any one needing car-loa- building material of any kind, such as ... ... lumber, windows, sash, doors, lime, cement, or builders hardware would do well to call on or write to Cary ii" wensboro, Ky. Marble, 1 V .iiE.'Sln.s yfrpapcyi BWH0r fJ' I. :vr 'V Y 48-5- I'V g 1J""" ,1 'JivWiiitvJiifr&i -' iiSiiiid v i mis 1 h 111 M t RING OUT on TH H. RUSTY AIR! Listen to their Merry Ten W2 CHIME FIRST: 3 Come in! Come ih v Come in to Fair Bros. & Go's CHIME SECOND: And see their slock of Christmas Goods! CHIME THIRD: Their assortment The hest in Town! is CHIME FOURTH: Their prices now Are Marked way Down! h CHORUS out, ring out, clang with all our might! Call the people in to see the Merry Christmas sight! Swing- ' .TZZ BIROiS- - Sz, CO. of- - HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION. business LIGES (INCOKPO RATED.) Tho Rroat practical t j bB follows. Ttior iflvn a Dullness Training. nml raivw, nm Shorthand Citaliifruofroe. iiiport to Ixisluesx Knos Hponcor, I'ics't, J. V. XUli, Boo'y. Address Hponcorlnu Collcgo nt Louisville, Ky., Owonsboro, Ky., or Evansvlllo, Dnd. Book-hoopln- tr jauisr3NrcTJ2srcJE33Mr:i33xn? or tiii: oiii:ximi of tiii: pfiN OK SESSION TUB BEAVEB MM HIGH SCHOOL AND TEACHERS' PRACTICAL INSTITUTE. tTV.m.TXi:i.y i 16, 1894. Instruction A Expenses timet reasonable. Plans tuudern nnd progressive. thorough nnd practical. Advnntngo most excellent. .School for the musses. Tuition per Term of Ten Weeks. Primary School i Inlcrmedinto Department ( Advanced Collcginlo Dt'imrtuieut ( Common $3 75 r 00 C 25 7 00 of Instruction in Music and Art nt Reasonable Rates. Hoard in private families per week, 82.00 to b'2.2o. best This session oilers nnusual advantages to young men and women nnd especially to teachers. Our outlino method of teaching secures Fo our students tho uso of any and all Wo kindly nnd honestly solicit the of nil seeking n thorough education, and very decidedly guarantee satisfaction to all enmest students. For further information send for circulars or cnll on E. R. RAY, Piesident. DORA E. GIBSON, Vico President text-hookpat-rona- Friday, Dkckmiikk 29, 1893. Cranberries, Williams.. 10c per quart, nt W.I1. for W. II. WILLIAMS I.UADS. W. II. Williams is headquarters cheap Hall wants your butter nnd eggs. asl!s of BEST n7 6. "Sugar" for $1 nt W. II. Williams. Hall has the finest meat shop in Fresh Oysters and Celery in nbuud-mic- e town. nt W. II. Williams'. See W II Williams' fine chestnuts, K. extra large try them and charts of nil For Maps, Globes H Sauer Kraut nt W. II. Williams'. ..... Take your produce to Hall, he pays W ifc i f. For best prices and terms on S.'hool Oil nnd all kinds of patent medicines. Supplies, Trustees should see W. A. tf Clover Shoe, the best Gibson. The Four-lea- f Shoe on earth, can only be had Tin? RitPUW.iCAN is prepared to do & Co. 20 6t nil kinds of Job Work on short notice. Fou S.M.K. A fine young horse. Send in your orders. Cheap for cash. Apply to Dr. C. S. King, formerly of Para-disS. A. Anderson, Hartford, Ky. has located at Horse Uranch. Trustees who furnish their school-house- s He is a rising young man in his prowith maps, charts, globes, fession and will no doubt do well in etc., by ordering of W. A, Gibson new home, Here's to you Dr. nnd get honest goods nt honesb'priccs. wishing you much success. Mr. Thomas Hiues nnd Miss Artie A young man nbout eighteen years Wilson, Sulphur Springs, were marof age was killed at Grayson Springs ried yesterday at the residence of the bride's father, Mr. Sam Wilson, Rev. Station Tuesday morning by jumping from n moving trnin. He had, Jo. Acton pronouncing the ceremony, ns young fellows often do, boarded Mr. Tom Duff, Sulphur Springs, the local freight to ride up the road a nnd Mr. D. H. Godsey, Shreve, were short distance, and in jumping off pleasant callers at this office Wednes- lost his balance and was thrown vioday. The latter has just closed his lently 'against n piece of timber and school while the former is newly mar- his skull va3 crushed. We did not learn his name. ried, so both are happy. c, the highest ninrkct price. Hall keeps the wonderful Japanese kinds, at right prices, see W. Gibson. A. tf llAM ttuii. HmiiAntiiit ( a IIoiiiiiiicp. MrATliomas T. Duff, of Sulphur For gome time thetc 1ms been conOne of the most pleasant society Springs, nndlsi Willie Sweets, of siderable rivalry existing between the BeJa and Alexander Schools in events in Kindcrhook during the Eliibetlitown, were married nt last Mondny--cc.- k Quite to base ball. On Thanks-rivinKniiit, pickles, etc., nt Stevens & holidays was the so:ial given nt the a romance is connected witli'the mar- D ly a game was plnjed nt Alexander Collins. home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Allen Anderriage. The young lady hnd visited resulting in a tie, 13 to 13. Another Nice pickled pig feet at W. II. Wil- - son on Tuesday night. The beauty nnd chivnlry of that and adjoining friends in this count' some months game was nrranged for Christmas limns'. neighborhoods were there nnd the ngo, nnd the young people met nnd Day nnd nt t o'clock on the ajUh the For n sqnnrc feed for your horse cnll loved. Tom inntlc his sweetheart n I two teams met in Mr. J. C. Riley's occasion was a most enjoyable one. nt C. I,. Field. visit Inst Sunday week, nnd while meadow, one nnd mile north of Died Monday morning at 2 o'clock there informed his prospective father-in-latown, to decide their respective merCall on C. L. Field for buggies, nt the residence of her sister, Mrs. of the love affair nnd nsked the its. A nice new ball and bat were wngous nnd harness, Robert Caldwell, McHenry, Mrs. Ada old gentleman's consent to their mar- luiiiisucu uy me jiicA.iuuci uvya, uiu Dried apples, prunes, currants rais- Hudson, wife of Mr. James, Hudson, riage. The old gentleman remon- ground was quickly laid off and ev-- 1 Point .Pleasant. The deceased had ins, etc., nt Stevens & Collins. strated, saying they were too young. erything made ready for the contest. gone on a visit to her sister six Leave your order fordresscd turkeys Tom nccepted thejncvitablc, as the Mr. J. R. Williams was chosen umweeks ago, but those dread diseases for New Year with Tracy & Son. father thought, aud remarked that he pire and he filled the difficult position consumption and heart trouble markmust go 011 to Louisville, as he had well. When the game was called Remember that C. L. Field keeps ed her ns n victim. She was the about one hundred people had assemsome business there. He was accomthe best livery rigs in town. Cnll nnd daughter of Capt. Robt. Davis, depanied to the depot by his sweetheart, bled, and everybody seemed bentupon sec. ceased, was twenty years old nnd left nnd when he bought his ticket, nn having n good time. to hnve n full one child, Fred, four years of age. uncle of the gitl heard him call for The following is a list of the playIf you want your horse The remains were interred nt Point two. The uncle made n rush to in- ers nnd their positions: feed leave him with Cnsebier & Bur-toPleasant Tuesday in the presence of a AMiXANDKR. form the father, and the young folks Br.iM. Position. large number of sorrowing relatives made a rush for the train. The lovers Cook, Leach, p. Ellis, Hint there will be and friends. It is expected Ellis.E. Ellis, won and in a few hours they wctfi, Lbiach, Crowe, c. two Weddings at the Hartford House t. b. Barnctt, Mr Commodore Lake, of near town, made man and wife in Jcffersonvillc. Carson, s, b. Greer, Bamett, V. next week. and Miss Dooley, of Daviess They at once returned to Elizabeth-tow- Leach, t. b. Mills, want n dressed turkey county, were married yesterday evenIf you should where they were met with the Chinn, r. t. Stevens, c. f. Webb, for New Year, leave your order with ing nt the home of the bride. The tears and blessings of the old folks. Gorman, 1. f. Ward, Ells, En- bridal party will come up Tracy & Son. to Wednsdnyjthcyoungcoup'ecamedown s. s. Cook, Ed Ellis, II. the home of the groom's father, Mr. to the home of the bride's father, Mr. Mr. L. L. Stewart, with the The Beda boys took the lead from William Lake, just north of town, R. J. Duff, Sulphur Springs, and it is Coil Co., had his foot mashed the start and maintained it until the where an elegant reception will be needless to say he and the rest of the eighth inning, when the Alexander's recently by a large lump of coal. given family were surprised nt Tom's rapid The yount people pas cd them. In the ninth, however, Mr. A. Lee Rowe has been appoint-c- d stand high in their social circle. The way of transacting business. The s to a place in the Revenue Service groom has purchased a part of the Repuiimcan joins with the many the latter went to pieces, and the forged ahead again, winning by under Collector Powers. j Moore & Sullenger land across other friends of the young people in .1 score of 25 to 23. Time, two hours wishing that life's richest blessings Crowe the River, as noted in the Wpiey nnd twenty minutes. Rei'UM.ican a short time may be theirs. died very suddenly at his home near Ncwvillc. Thursday morning of heart ago. We extend congratulations to Mnvoiilc Notrx. I'ompllmmtrd. these excellent young people nnd Wednesday was the regular annual failure. Hon. Cassius M. Clay, one of Kenwish them a long nnd happy life. tucky's great men, is preparing a vol- election of officers in the F. & A. M. C. R. Martin can be found at A. D. ume of Memoirs, which is soon to be Lodge. Hartford Lodge, No. 675, he is always White's store. Men, issued from one of the largestNcwYork elected the following named officers ready to mend your watches, clocks Mr. J. B. Maddox and Miss Mecie publishing houses. A very attract- for the ensuing year: W. II. Moore, and jewelry. Tichcnor, of Point Pleasant, were ive feature ef the book will be the Master; Dr. A. B. Baird, Senior Warnecessary married at the residence of the bride's School Trustees portraits and biographies of fifteen of den; F. M, Westerfield, Junior Warcharts you have neglected to buy tor brother, Mr. J. W. Tichenor, Sunday. Kentucky's mostbeautiful and accom- den; A. D. White, Treasurer; H. your school district can be bought of The groom is a prosperous merplished women. Hartford and Ohio Weinsheimcr, Secretary; Louis Gun-the- r, W. A. Gibson, at prices that are right chant at the Point, while his bride is county will be delighted to know Tyler; D. F. Tracy and B. F. nnd on terms most reasonable. an estimable young lady, and one of that they hnve been asked to contrib McCormick were appointed Senior ute to this special collection. Gen and Junior Deacon, respectively. Dr. J. S. Coleman and Revs. Fred the county's best teachers. The congratulates the young Clay has written to Mrs. Spalding, of The election in Cromwell Lodge, D. Hale. Owcnsboro, nnd H. F. Jenkins, Habtt.organizcd a Baptist Church people on their mutual good fortune. this place, requesting her photograph No. 420, at Beaver Dam resulted as A house and biography for this book. Mrs. , follows: J. P. Miller, Master; A A. at Adaburg last Tuesday. Millard, Senior Warden; Jo. T. TaySpalding was Miss Nannie Alexanwill be erected at once. I.cf for l'nrls (Jnknnnii. der, daughter of Dr. W. Alexander, lor, Junior Warden; K, J. McKenney, Wash Duncan, of color, who was A child of Uzal F.vcrly died at J. President of Hartford College, and is Secretary; Nicholas Barress, TreasurW. Pate's, Goshen, Wednesday night serving out his time in the county jail in default of fines amounting to regarded as one of Kentucky's most er. Did not learn who was elected A surgical of Membranous Croup. popular aud cultured beauties. No Tyler. operation had been performed on the $425, assessed against him by the Hartford Lodge will probably hold Circuit Court for selling whisky, page of the beautiful volume will bear child but to no avail. St. John's Day, June 24th. skipped out Monday night and at a fairer, sweeter face than that which a pic-ni- c 1 nomas waiKer aim missjuiui j bears the likeness of Mrs. Spalding. air. the time of going to press had not iii:avi:k dam. Peyton, two of Hartford's popular been heard from. Jailor Thompson, Rev. J. S. Cnsebier filled his regular No I Ice! were married very indiscreetly made a trusty of young colored people, All parties who are indebted to me appointment here the third Sunday here Wednesday by Rev. R. A. Wnsh nnd now he wishes he hadn't. are earnestly requested to call and set- in this month, when there where sevCinfor Louisville, Crowe. The The negro was allowed to go about tle their accounts, as I am closing up eral additions to the church. cinnati, Covington and other places, the house, yard and streets and when my old business. Resp'y, Miss Mayme Barnard, of Louisville, where they will spend several days. it was discovered Monday night that 22 A. Godshaw, Beda, Ky. was the guest of Miss Rosa" Taylor 4t he was gone JailorThompson thought Saturday and Sunday. Mr J. Ham Miller nnd wife gnve llonriler Vinntril. perhaps he had gone up to Hayti to Miss Susie Austin, Sulphur Springs, her father, Mr. Johnnie Barnes, a C. E. Austin & Co. will take boardthe Christmas Tree and so suffered birthday dinner yesterday and the ers nt reasonable rates. Call at the visited Miss Tommie Cooper Friday no uneasiness, but no permission was nnd Saturday. members of the family were in atgiven to go to Hayti nor elsewhere. Matthews old stand above famiSanta Claus was the guest of most tendance. Mr. J E. Fogle and Wash had 85 days yet to serve. He I'rogrnui every body in town Sunday night. ly, Mrs. D. A. Addington and Judge Of the closing exercises of the Mcwas brought here several years ago The Ladder which has been so nicely J S. Glenn and family were among under charge of selling whisky and Henry colored school, taught by Char- managed by the ladies, was vety pretthose in attendance. was in jail for a long time. Finally lotte Eidson, which occurs January ty. The Trees were arranged by -- the 5 '94, at 7 p. m. Mr. Louis Burns, Mosleyville, and gctting out he remained here and conyoung gentlemen of our school. We Song by the school. Miss Nettie Bennett, Owcnsboro, will tinued his nefarious traffic. For a welcome quite a number of visitors. Invocation Dudley Walker. he married next Tuesday, January 2. year or more previous to his being jugMisses Lyda and Bertn Morton, of Song by the school. Both the young people arewell known ged he conducted a dive on a large scale Hartford, were the guests of Miss Welcome address Hiram Woodhere, having been students of Hart- in the old house across the bridge and Attie Austin Saturday and Sunday. Their many friends did a thriving business. A constant ward. ford College. Miss Dora Gibson visited her moth"Blessed are the Peace Makers" wish them a life full of happiness and stream ot customers flowed in and out er Saturday and Sunday. of his miserable quarters. But he was Recitation, by seven young ladies. success. The Mass Meeting, Sunday night, Dialogue six brave men six was not as well finally trapped, and now that he is attended as it should The good people ot Rochester have gone the good people of Hartford aud young men. have been, although the program was been troubled considerably of late by Ohio county Doll drill by sixteen girls. generally send after him quite interesting. Monday night Mr. n hearty wish a sneak thief. Composition, War of the Revolution that he maintain his Quite a crowd from this place atDave Smith's store was broken into present consoling Columbus Sprowl absence. tended the Christmas Tree at Hartford tobut only 2 1 cents and n plug of Music Hark the song of Jubilee. nnd report a pleasant time and a good A man was put bacco were missing. Recitations Misses Sulie Austin, Santa Claus. PERSONAL. on the trail nnd Charley Buck was Viola Hocker and Ollie May Chinn. Mr. Oscar Stevens, wife and daugharrestod and lodged in jail at An acting charade by six characters, Misses Daisy nnd Pansy, are Jo. B. Sauderfur, of the Liberty ters. Tuesday. neighborhood, called to see us this visiting friends in Louisville. Gun drill eight boys. On the nights ot January 10th and week. Mr. C. V. McKenney nnd family Music Laughing song. nth, Hartford will be given some John J. McHenry and sister, Miss spent Christmas day with relatives Recitation Claude Taylor and very fine musical entertainments. The Isabel, returned from Louisville last at Taylor Mines. Thomas Logan. first cveninjr will be devoted to a Friday. Misses Becca Martin nnd Clara Dialogue How he managed; by Judge John P. Morton nnd son, concert nnd the second to a piano re-- " were in town Tuesday. Burr, anirAttotuey II. P. Taylor and five characters. cital by Miss Maggie Nail and Prof. son, John, made The Christians of this place sent a flying trip to Louis.Recitation Ten little lazy boys. Frae, Louisville. Mrs. W. L. Spaldtheir pastor, Rev. Teel, of Rochester, ville Friday. Declamation' John Dansey. ing and Misses Cate nud Pendleton an elegant Xmas box. John R. Collins, Memphis, Tenn., Merry Workers! Recitnjtion with will sing nud n very plensant time is came up Sunday to visit his mother Miss Katie Hunt, of Huntsville, is chorus twelve little boys and'rweiv'--Httl- e anticipated. and children. Liysiting her brother, Mr. H. D. Hunt, girls. this week,, James A. Smith and W. M. Fair The greatest intellectual treat ever Composition; Osseous system spent the holidays with relatives and Mr. Hayes, wife and daughter, Miss enjoyed by a Hartford audience was friends near McHenry. Thomas McReynolds, Margurite, nnd Miss Teruilc Hayes, verdict of the people who attendthe Speeches Misses Viola Hocker, Ollie White is visiting his brother, are the guests of Mrs. Plioclan .Med the Perkins lecture on last SaturLeona Render, Rosa Render, Alice Dr. J. II. White. cKenney, their sister,- - this week. day night. Mr. Perkins was at his May nnd Efiie Sprowl and Uln Briggs John T. Moore went to Fordsvillc Mr. Steve Stevens is erecting a best and his jokes rolled out in rich Tuesday, the guest of Mrs. Dr. and others. new building here. profusion.'' His explanation of Wit, Ford, returning Wednesday. Song; Dame Durden four male Messrs. Hallie Brown nnd Leroy Humor, Satire and Ridicule was not B. McDaniel, of Horse Branch, voices. J. Whitaker spent the holidays with only mirth provoking but instructive. was in town the first of the week. Declamations Robert Render and their parents near Rochester. Fli Perkins has won a place in the Miss Dora Gibson, of the Beaver Turnsey Walker and others. Several of the 'students were absent of our people not accorded to Dam High School, spent the first of hearts Paper Miss Ardie Taylor. Tuesday nnd Wednesday on the acany other of the great men who hnve the week nt home. A Wand Drill in Calisthenics by count of not having enough vacation. visited our town. . Prof. J. D. Coleman, of the Frank- nine young ladies. Alva Taylor made us a pleasant fort City High Schools, spent the Remarks by the trustees. Closing' The Christmas Tree Monday night holidays at home, visit Tuesday evening. remarks by the teacher. ' Tilden Taylor visited his parents in was a very pleasant afi'air, nnd everyMrs.Hila Coleman, of Corinth, Tex., m body had n good time. The exercises spent the holidays with her father-in-la' 8500 will bodltcii the country Saturday and Sunday. For any case of rheumatism which were opened by singing of the Doxol-og- y Dr. J. S. Coleman. The Kindergartens have made such cannot be cured by Dr. Drumuiond'a rapid progress during the session that aud prnyer by Dr. J. S. Coleman. A. P. Thomas has closed his school After which Santa Claus, impersonat- at Olaton and in January will start Lightning Reinedv. The proprittors nearly all of them will be promoted to Poughkeepsie, N. Y., where he will do not hide this offer, but print it in to the Primary Department at the beed by Ab, Yeiser, entered nud probold type on all their circulars, ginning of the next tenn. ceeded to distribute the good things. attend n Commercial school. Mrs. R. M, Wnlker and daughter, wrappers, printed matter.and through Although there little more than half The language class of the Primary the usual number of presents were Miss Lula, went to Lexington last the columns of newspapers every- Department will begin studying the Sunday. where. It will work wonders one text-boo- k distributed it did not seem to make next term. Miss Gibson George L. O'Bannon and son, J, bottle curing any ordinary case. the crowd nny the less merry. If is quite proud of her clns3, and justly Will, of Select, were in the city Mon- the druggist has not got it, he will so, we think. Some interesting and Marriage licenses: J. W. Waltrip to day. order it, or it will be sent to nny ad- valuable specimens have been added Miss Idn Swain, Peat Kirk to Mrs. Miss Annie Renfrow, who hns been dress by express on receipt of price, to the Cabinet of the Child's Book of Nan Mutphy, John B. Maddox to visiting the family of Col. W. II. together with special instructions for Nature class. They have made markMiss Mecie Tichenor, J. W. May to Moore for some days, left yesterday to use. Drumrnond's Medicine Co., ed ptogress during the term and will Miss Mnry Ficlden, B. F. Greer to visit her sister, Mrs. Thomas, nt Maiden Lane, New York. take up special studies in this line of Miss Viola Whittaker, J. M. Vincent Agents wanted. work in the spring. John C. Riley, Kindcrhook, is very to Miss Ela F. Ross, R. C. Whittaill of erysipelas. The new maps nnd globes hnve The revival at Sulphur Springs, ker to Miss Hester Lake, Presley L. proven n valuable addition to the Mrs. E. J. Hudson attended the under charge of Revs. J. B. Perry-maWood to Miss Annie E. Hunter, L. apparatus nnd geography class, Mrs. A. Maden to Miss Pearlie Craig, J. funeral of her daughter-in-lawJ. II. Frost and W. R. Ford school James Hudson, at Point Pleasant Tues- closed last Sunday. The meeting was es, as they have become very profiM. Pollard to Miss Elizabeth Riadon, day, since their inone of unusual interest. There were cient in Thomas Hincs to Miss Artie V. Wiltroduction. , thirty conversions and twenty-fiv- e Attorney E. P. Neal and wife.Pren-tisson, Theschool hasatnll times the hearty returned home yesterday. professions of sanctification. On last COLORED. of our efficient Board of Bibb, Stanford.is visiting Monday night n week ago Rev. Perry-ma- n Walker to Miss Julia PeyThomas Mr. T. E. Trustees, and that they have our organized a new M. E. Cburch ton, W. J. Shultz to Miss Minnie P. his daughter Mrs. Mac Fair. success very much at heart is very Phipps. Mrs. Clarence Wnlker and son, with a membership of thirty-seve- n apparent, but a plain demonstration Helm, Louisville, nrc the guests of nnd a very bright outlook. of the fact was given last week by Thin and impure blood is made rich j Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Taylor. 'iUn.11 their purchnsing n complete series of Persons nnd healthful by taking Hood's Mr. James Render nnd wife, Nash , ire Uolcp down I vim overwork 01 homchold Grammatical and Mathematical It braces up the nerves Texas, are spending the week with cim Hrorvn'K Iron Ulttors Charts from the C. E. Melsse Com' illgokllon, removes ex ru'mlMt tho ytem, nidi nnd gives renewed strength. the family ot W. II. Burton. pany, of Columbus, Ohio. Attvr. ruduf lille. uml curvi lualurlo. (Jt IheiTUUln Best brooms tit Stevens & Collins. Fresh entitled gooda at Stevens & Collins. lc ViH nrttt rrtf tlir lirtef Ul Uinrn Ultlfri W'l Vlll jVk W1V. UOk if foHf jr double, nt Cnsebier & Burton's. 1 Q re-g.- (fffp$3, riffTinhii ' w i 7 IJ5pIlF .ftMnF .NSmff"851 T i s probablcj human cars had never that n. n, to-da- y Mc-Hen- ry t. Be-da'- .Mnililoi-TlcliniD- r. It-I- t post-offic- e. Mor-ganto- and of tho remarkable child, ami sl Christmas. Where, also, on our green earth, Is thcro a spot moro worthy to be tho birthplace of such a babe than Bethlehem In Judea? This quiet vlU logo hangs upon tho crescent hillside llko a bird's nest among leaves, and tho olrcllng hills form a natural cradle, sheltered from the winds, and focusing tho sun's December rays. On Jmost any winter night you can stand upon their oriental housetops and see the moonlight flooding this cradle valley with Its silvery lialo, and watch tho shepherds now, as of old, tending their flocks of sheep and goats, and, so real is tho scene, that you can almost hear again tho angel song, and fancy that hope is dawning anow on a weary world as tho morning dawn rises over tho Moab uplands eastward. Tho sotting of these sacred hills is not unworthy of tho Jewel It boro. Now, for eighteen centuries, oivoo a year, at least, men havo turned their thoughts toward tho bacred village, tho sun and the manger, and, like the wise men of tho East, havo laid their gifts and homago at tho feet of this newborn babe. Christmas day Is tho bebl of all ur holidays. There Is more meaning In it than in any other wo celebrate It is cheeriest and has tho most reason to be so. It is by emphasis a day of tho heart and of tho home. Motherhood and babe-hooand homo and hope, are its touches of nature that make tho whole world kin. What is holler than motherhood? It subdues tho warring race of man Into brotherhood by its tender memories of years long gono and ita tenderer ministering of years now pre-- ' ent. And what is sweeter than babe-hood-? Artists havo painted this Christ-bab- o as tho perfection of all babe loveliness. Tho babe of the SIstiue Madonna expresses our thought of what tho Babo of Bethlehem was, and who docs not love a babo? Wltk a babo and a mother wo have homo and child- hood. Nazareth, like Bethlehem, Is a garden among the hills, and hero was tho home and childhood of Christ. Hero yet Mary's fountain flows from tho rock and tho women erect and in single file, bear the graceful water Jars upon their bhoul-der- s. Tho stone dwellings and simple furnlturo arc as of old. It was in n manger at birth nd a humble dwelling through childhood that the divine-humababe was introduced to a life that has brought hope and cheer to multitudes. Thus Christmas speaks to aian through some of tho dearest relationships ho sustains, and tho words it speaks are that all men should livo for. the glory of God and for peace among men. Christmas is well celebrated in song, after the example of the first celebration. Muslo is tho language of joy. Heart Joy speaks In the soft murmuring music of the soul when no ear is near; homo joy finds expression in the chorus of mingled voices around the hearthstone; a nation's joy breaks forth in martial hymns or peans of liberty; universal joy demands angella harmonies. Onco the stars sang together for Joy and the trees of tho fields clapped their hands, and once angollo messengers sang a Chribtmas anthem of universal peace. Christmas is well celebrated with gifts. When Heaven gives bo royally to men, men may well glvo to each other. How rich in and how beautiful in service was that lifo which Christinas celebrates. Santa Clans with his loaded pack has stood tho criticism of tho years largely because of tho spirit of giving which ho represents Christmas gifts and Christmas d, watcr-car-rlern Ucanl n Ronir so full of sweat melody and m trclghtr cd with possible) good as that unR Uj tho angels on the first Christmas Eve. Who can 6lng sweeter than angels? And what sentiment surpasses that of "Glory to God" and "Penco on Earth?" If mortals could perfectly weave these sentiments into character, each Ufa. would bo a psalm of sweeter muslo than that sung by these angels. Thin Indeed Is tho meaning of the song, BOngS. GlLIlEltT FllEDERICK. ' DCtOIlE TOMMY AWAKES. jSW' Rat There's ono little boy that won't suffer from eating too much before breakfast N. Y. Herald. A Dliutltlled D07, Mr. Ilojaclc Surely, Johnny, yon nco not crying with all those Christmas presents that Santa, Claus has brought you? Johnny (between sobs) There isn't ) anything to mako a (boo hoot) nolso with. Harper's Bazar. (boo-hool- a aoou ittrirsnTiow hkoken. I 111- -? 48-5- 0 n, map-drawin- g No, ho Is not saying his prayers. Ila Is only swearing. Ho sworo oil on Now Year's Evo from profanity, but next morning ho lost his collar button and then ho sworo a bluo streak. Texas Hlftlngs. A Neiv Vtur'i Wnrnlnc. Slog nsotiK of alxponcc, A bonis full of rye. Four and twenty blackbird I ' , j , - ' ' lUUixl In pie. . When tho pl was opened, ' 4 ' V Tbe birds btkan to twitter, , And tho man who gae tho orJer ,, . v Took tho pletlgn, and bought a fritter, fi -- Puctu ' ' ' w 'I. J t . rJii'Hy'yiVl'?''',r 7"rri'r4&SAtMt J,wm ,vTim imitlumiwm"- - m..r!m. i:1;Tra(ijj''iwiiMi'M?y'tl"'""i'in.i SH , i' i'jBB till Hartford Republican FiiiDAY, DncKMnnn 29, 1893. &&&& nUW I' ' TWO ANGELS. nv Anircl SUSAN MAIIR SrALDINO. m HHalHHH .,.,1,,,) Ann BLaaaa (JaWB REMEMBER "".SFMltfiSHii S& I carol ul liiYostlKAtlon iih to our responsibility and tho merits of our Tabliis. w- - J Double Chloride of fiold TT. inn flAnHl.,.l Jn.UM.v. j - . - . M pnrttntr year, Wlrglng back to Heaven thy night, Bad tho burden thou mutt bear rrom thn darkness Into light! llurdcu of my wasted days, rrngment of my broken hours, HuuMlnn promise that urcw Notor Into fruit or flowers: Happiness I might havo won, Worthy deed! I might hove wrought. Wrongs I halo, but dIJ not Bhun, Uood I crave, but navur sought; All my proud and lofty alms, Withered now to tain regret 1'icblo, foolish, as the will To no noblo purpose set Tako them all, my griefs, my Joys, Lay them at tho rathrr's feat; 11a will search If yet there bo 'Mid tho chaff some grain of wheat lie will fan my faint resolves To n purer flamo and clear. Hoar to Heaven my heart's desire. Angel of tho parting year) Angel of tho eotnlntf year. Though thy faco Is oiled, I sec, Uy tho glory round theo shed. Thou hast some good gift for me. Is It gold, or power, or fame? l'orfcct poaco from toll or carer Orsoinosneulcr, greater bliss I had neur hoped to share? Nay, 1 know 'tis none of these; Still I walk uiy narrow ways; Htlll does lowly labor Mil All tho measure of my days; Tills tho treasure, thou has brought, i'rlzod In every age and clime, Life no greater boon can crave Ood's most precious gift of Time. Time to shape my common cares Into duties high and a west: Tlmo to learn that patience smooths All rough ways for tired feeti Tlmo to scatter hero and there. By the wo) side, love's small seed. Knowing lowliest hands may oft Minister to highest need. So may euch day bo a cup Willi life's sweetest flavors fraught! Every hour a shining pearl Strung on golden threads of thought! r. cry moment a bright flower Shedding porfumo far and near. Lend thy graco to make It so, Angel of the coming year! Congregatlonaltst o' tho S5??ahne.iidwith. uu luviiimuu uiiuu uuvunycuort on mo or thojvitlcnt.by thouooof our SPECIAL FORMULA noi.n ciinn tahi pari rrrn ... I u t lit l ... - . .!!- ....... tAA'""'"i"i'"iii"nniiiiiiiwtu At ireo mo or Liquor or Wor- ' tniAn na inu phlnnuntll audi tlmo ns they shall volnutarllyoivo thoin up. 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Thiough-ou- t nli the ages, up to this very hour whei' we stand upon the verge of o new year and a new epoch, man's errors have never been nblo to thwart that purpose, though they have rondo suffering n necessity in the purification of human ideals. Uur own nation has become the heir of tho world's noblest heritage both spiritual and material. L'vory new year has marked a stride forward of liberty under law, of culture nnd prosperity. Hut little moio than n century ago, the patriots of our land looked forward to the new year with doubt and almost despair. Koes were on every side, ready to Invade nnd desecrate the home of freedom, which was then comprised in a narrow strip of thinly settled country on the shores of the temple our eastern ocean. of liberty Is arched by skies stretching from ocean to ocean, nnd It is filled with the fairest trophies of man's endeavor. Art, science, litotnture and religion hnve been revivified by tho breath of the republic, which, like tho Hercules of the fable, has strangled the lion of tyranny, has performed the labors deemed Impossible, nnd reigns the Ideal of government in eveiy land, a vital force in the world, a center of Impulse und aspiration. A runner must pause to take breath, a bird's flight cannot be stialght upward or its wings will weary, and now and again fute lays her hand upon nations that they may pause to view wliunuo they have come and whither they go. The year just past has witnessed such a halt in our own career of material prosperity. Though financial distress was widespread, nnd the wheels of commerce almost idle, though the palsy of inaction seized upon our legislators, even this pause in the race hiu made its contribution to our national greatness. The people of our country have seen with sw elling hearts tho patriotism of the leaders of the masses rising above all political nnd personal motives and tho noble charity of the favored of fortune to the poor and unfortunate has quickened the fraternal spirit and softened class prejudice. Public and private beneficence has reached a height never before witnessed in any country, and the narrow lines of Intolerance have been erased or dimmed by thu chastening touch of adversity. As individuals, the New Year opens to us boundless opportunities. If It bring sorrow, is not woo the fire that is to burn the dross from imr souls? If it bring povertv, leU-ni- s remember that there is an infiivo side to it, end tho poor ha.5ofore them a world of hope nwk'pnrteavor that Is closed to ln.o who must make no str jghuiKainst opposing foicoH Hlches may be its boon, but rleiu i. are precious only for their power of conferring happiness anil enlightenment upot the woild. Death may be Its cup of healing, yet theie is no death but tho cessation of endeavor; and leaving this fair earth Is no more death than merely living upon itislife. I'nlse mis tho song of the poet who said that the New Year is a "Time for memory nnd for tears." Tor memory It is indeed a time, fcr the gleaned sheaves of thu sweetness of past days is an Imperishable possession, but leais, even though their waters surge over the fragments of shattered resolve hope, are vain and and Idle. Then let in give Time it benediction as he turns his glass, for lie has mingled the bitter in our diauglit of life with sweet, and as the blithe New Year assumes the robe and crown shout with earnest hcaits: "I.e roi est mort, vlve lo roi." y 1 p To-da- y "1 Tlli:iK M'.W YEAK'S DIN NEK. ufflV J U UK. i "I kay, Jimmy Oliver, j'ou've been dare lonif enough; como away and let me have crhinell." Brooklyn Life. A .'Much-Neede- He wan blngle nnd singular. Most women would have called him fine looking If It had not been for his nose. He told ( upid privately that his uoo had alwajs stood in his wh.v, and no wonder. It was so long diawn out. n start- ilngly high ns to brUlpe, but apparently perfect us to Patiently lw tl'I I.O'O stoo-- l glial it 's;.ful blue eyes, hel- - w two kind but ami snltli'd tin- - brcivo- - f II My winl-rs- cf silicic blessedness l.i 1 packages. The wind caught her umbrella us she reached her doorstep and turned It wrong side out. lie was watching her from his window. lie hoard a faint "O, deal!" gave a Jet It to his necktie, forgot to be of .lis nose for once, und with C.ipul nt his heels, and another Cupid d .icklitig his r.ishod aeross the narrow vviv. ; seized her mill rrl'r.iitid turned it eon-poioheart-strings, '.are-heade- Hut he had, and had plucked up courage at tho sight. His opportunity came. He sci.d it nod Lvr at the same time, it wis a snowy, blowy dny n winter, "die vis coming home with her nrms fell of ut'i-brel- KiiISI 4 &:um.&&'M'M.-mmg!- n ii'iii-itl- - sVillfullv direction '.lint it va rii'ht sliV out In' .onipodtu o sin could s.iy luc! iEohli'sou, If .hat had boon Ms tame. him prett ly, while lie sto.nl bareheaded but ti lump!. ant In rh. falling snow a .id gaye.1 aduji-- i lgly, not .it the umbicllu ey.iel'y. Tie; she (accidentally, of crerse) tlroppi d one of her 'nstciid she blushed and' thanked mWST1.1L 3Km.JSLGm d Article. The young1 man wns sitting at the club window cogitating. "Hello," Mild his friend coming In, "what ure you thinking bout?" "A few (food resolutions I havo made for thu New Year." "What are 3011 going to do with 11 mil hiilsi owned a eumfort.'ble lno'.'.iiij." littn- - fat brown upid w.ishlsi"t earthen Cupid hi t.ap-i- t :t So fr.iin lil. msUr's hand the lenvlni's of his in the resolution manufacturing business for .enrs, turning out the very best hi and I could, but all in tain; they won't stand the test. I wondi r if It would be any UM3 to olTtr a rev tird for u patent resolution nan-antnot to lx-o- n 1 thorn?" "Ilreulc tht'in. I suppose." "Why do you do Unit?" "Illumed if I know. I've the lcivcs In tl'o I'tl'o earthen leitHt. lie ended euili nvil by lipping H ui nud v!i..,iiiug the hist diop fnn-- i ! baehi-Iii- r btMtd. v.hil .might comfort by drinking all but packages. bald c: "Let me help you house. You have too u.i.oli to carry ulono." So she opened the door nnd he. she, Cupid, the umbrella and packages disappeared Inside. 1 Wc are manufacturers of Buggies, Carls Surries and Carriages, and deal directly with the consumer, thus saving him the per cent, usually paid to middle men. Our prices are reasinto the onable, and we guarantee satisfaction. Respectfully, F. A. AMES Owens boro, Ky. . -... Sc CO. broii!.?"-Detr- oit Tree I'ress. 111: YtllV WAS IIAI'l'V. rVJ? "" "7 'fXn ' ?0'l r:.i- - l'iVF- - Oh, see the iii.ui! Why doe& the num il.tuce and look so happv? The mun ilanoes and looks so happy because his wife forgot to buy him a useless New Year's present out of lilb gold. Happy man! Judge. hard-earned less." "I wish you n happy New Year, too," was tho reply; "und what j ou fall off ill llesh may you make up in salary." Appropriate. Sn Year's lliiy In the DIiiir Museum. "A happy New Year to you," told the Living Mccleton to the Tat Woman; "nnd may jour shadow never grow Having New Year's come nliilit after Christmas, in a mighty good scheme. Miss Van Pelt Why? Wool Oh, it's so much easier to bo good when you're broke. Jury. Wool How Nut to llrenk Resolutions. Ah. glorious resolution-Wo- uld jou know how not to break lit, Oh, friends and fellow citizens, Thu way Is not to mako It. Detroit Tree I'mss. On Time, Anyhow. Tosdick Well, tho New Year arrived on time. Kicketts Yes; right on tho second. Fosdlck You are wrong. It camo on tho first. Judge. llrsolutlon Day, Hut been too oft, we lomii by lliem iiccoitftd. And welcome the urrlv.il of January Ul. John II (lest, in I'uck. Vices are monsters of such hideous m Thai to be hated need but to be een Ik Oil" tmmm iggegsaSSN Li9u v-- CHJ3 History has set the last word on tho scroll, has rolled it and sealed it, und Time places it among the myriad other mysterious records which 1111 his treasure-house, Thu year has gone, or rather let us My, the year has become our own forever; no imitation nor accident can talto from us Its days and hours. Looking back at this season over thu centuries of tho world's history, wo see ourselveH tho crown and glory of them all, at thu apex of human greutnckA. That for which thu dreamers yearned in the dim old times, when men wero "girt with doubtful light," has become u reality, that for which o the great of earth prayed, when lgno-rum'- a For Rent sign. Hut dainty muslin curtnlns were itp the window and watch for Itr across at his window s and tho sun looked Ui tho way. at n happy group. Ho bat before the cheerful grate fire tho little parlor that had been fair and forty," for in She was not "fat. touched and transformed by a womwoman w ho is fort.v is yet to an's deft lingers. the single be born. Shu sat in his lap, nnd adjusted to ilesldcs being femininely dark as to her fancy a new necktie she had sudnge and complexion, she was plump denly produced from behind her. and spry, neat as a new pin, and cheery. Cupid, resplendent in n red leather As she sewed or mended in the evencollar, dozed on tho cushioned windoings, her shadow was thrown on the w-sent in tho sunshine, and purred window shade. contentedly at the new order of That was wlint ho nnj Cupid watched things. for across the narrow way. He and sho were laughing nt Company swinging in her ling at the other HIS MIT8I.N0R. window. There, she's lighting her lamp, Tor he had just said to her: "What Cupid going to mend her stockings n happy New Year this will be for you I can see her slip her hand nnd me for Cupid and for Company." into it and hold it up to tl"- - light. A Hut at the sound of her uume Comneat little foot she must have, too, pany had promptly croaked: "I doubt Cupid. it! I doubt it! Tvo't company! Ttto't See there! will you? Done, by Jovol company." and dispatch. with neatness Then ho nnd she laughed and thoir Now what? 0, see going out, and lough had n 'Demned shame, Cupid! ring to it that nugured well in theso alone too. I!h? Wants to go of course she does pnnlcy times for the linn of He, She, they all do, Cupid. There she comes Cupid & Co., In spito of Company's to fasten her gloves by the light. croaking. A neat fit on that jacket lucky for us old fellows that she comes between the A MUTUAL SUIiTRISli. lamp and the window shade. Now what is she doing? Putting-- no OW pleased Ma- "IKIng" her bangs as only a woman 'J rla will be," can, Cupid a little, just n little old for Jov m ciiucitieit .11 r . bangs. i:ii, Cupid? Hut they'll all do .3 t J H lHTt,l., ...-it, cviin If It does givo 'em a lug ills toilet on , jf-- . look, God bless 'em! Vefi Ji firs tnnrnhiir nf Now she's turning down the light. js.fy-v . rt. th: 1st of Jan Tho shadow grows dimmer going, uary, "and how going, gone, Cupid. Well, we will surprised. This Whnt do Binoke our pipe and think. is the first Now you say, pardner? Year's day in Tor answer, Cupid jumped upon his r- yS3;rES.Ws V ,i?vr;,"s'Cr ten years that shoulder. hlie,'asn'ti1uiir- Then ho lit his pipe and was so bitBy reloil w Itli me thinking and smoking that ho forgot a. "iii glv'-iui to pull down tho window shade. t J I'll ( O urn' When his pipe was smoked out, ho ' snt on thinking and mechanically now I've done It nf piy on n :i"' oi "t was ciisloinarv with th " i" btroking Cupid. i At Inst ho aroso and glanced out of toesc'ia u'o ".' v '"car's gifts a to tn.i'co tie p',".eMt:itinii unl.l tho window in tho direction of his re. wlioti 'lr en lire.. Vast, 'i'l' cheery little neighbor. Vr To his surpribo ho baw her hastily kbis euli red I'.' i.ini i leave her w indow nud lower the shade. I'lli'lnt was iippiiviillv i no"" W Inn 111! Ho whistled softly and said: "Do you tli it he irrloi' i'. bull: v 'il think, Cupid, that she has been looking !n In turn was tiui'e uiawiir '..lt p.ie'M '. !.'V bo at us, that Is, nt you, Cupid?" and ho Miipll, fUeer-sli:ii"- i' shie Ills wi'e's pinto. smiled again, I. ;Hs "Mv ile.tr," iei'i'ir':ol Mr II! I! mi Mr,s as he set down his c ito o 1,1 a 'i s , '! !, i i'o'iI he ulco. Hut, lie loo'-- i 'ili' l'l'-rolled up his n.ipV..i til" moh .i i one m.iri'Iei' life there has b 'cu "Such a nose!" croaked her parrot bcrious cans" for uoiitoiitlo.i well, from her ring in tho corner. .Shu p '!iap. t.vo lmt no malt m i inloul laughed and held out a linger and the to lemovu that cause." ' I have also determined to parrot was soon perched on it. tui over Had he across tho way only known a new' le'tf. us vou will pro, ctl see." I ivv.ir.t it, this parrot was the gift of n rejected and she :.uddei' mvstrli)'4d 'jver, hhu had at once dubbed tho the (p'"ci .'icpo 1 li Opening Wedge. ' I Ifo . o'vod .v.,'," tho coming Miss PInkeily Have jou made any pat rot Company. Then sho kept her year t "suoiitintiuthoiisv of tobacco " in tho dark and drllltd her on one sigresolution, Mr. Tutter? New Year's And hi' awalled the" bill st of delighted Tutter Yes, Miss Pinkcrly. I hnvo nificant sentence, When the tailed to seo how surpilse to follow. solemnly resolved not to be so bashful. Jlrs. I'iffkliis turned pale, doubtless Miss Pinkcrly How nice! Ily thu hho took his gift thn parrot called out: "Two's company, two's company, with joy, replying tremulously: "f r way, havo you been tho hut I havo pupa gave mo for Chrlstmus? It'sbij,' three's a. crowd," while sho looked in- cannot accept this sacrifice; entreaties, nocent and smiled, Ko tho parrot got resolved to yield to your enough for two. Truth. got abandon socloty and )evoto my.ielf iq her queer name and tho his answer, Hut to return to hot mus- fiituro to my homo," At 11130 l', M. "Say no niofe, Murla, I'liavo hither? George Well, tho old year will boon ings: "Hml Ills noso nnd his neckties ex- - ' to preferred to remain at homo in orbe going out. Kthcl Yes; a splendid custom, tsu t plain his being single. Tho neckties der thu I might smoko, hut" "No, Silas, it is I who- -" it? Why don't you follow tho ex- could ho remedied (hero sho smiled mischievously nnd blushed), tho nose, "In token of reformation I havn purample? Truth. well, that eouldn't. Well, ho looks chased witli money I would hav ho was lonesomo trying to keep squandered on tho weed tho silk evenThe Hone and tile Thorn. as if It's nice to hear the Joyous chimes house alone. I suppose ovory room ing dress yon so desired." Tho bells on New Year's ring) needs n good thorough sweeping and "And I," cried Mrs. PifTklns, "havs Unless, of course, jou catch betimes dusting. Men don't know how to keep also prepared a surprise for you. With A told that lasts till spring. house, do they, Company? tho money I hud Raved to givo a rccep "Never! Never out!" croaked tho tlon I havo bought you a a meer , Not one minute elapses between the parrot, somewhat irrelevni'tly, from iBchuuin pipol" -..s. ker schoolboy loro. taking of One Minute Cough, Cure,, She I'lujrl't'.l. "Yes, but It's 'Never Lane's Medicine moves the Bowels Why shouldn't people In!' not 'Never out' with soma men. and relief. Cough Cure? They Well, I feel sorry for Iilm sotno way, I everyday. In order to be healthy take One Minute hope ho didn't Ecjirojij-cpplnt- ' at him." j this is necessary. Hhouttl. 'flicy- do. I. H. Ucati, t. 1 spout Cupid alvvavs viate'ied this lmpdlte performance vvi'h n medit'itive, w n!r. Aftei tea I.- - an. ' upid used to sit by hi:, bi'k, cltid and company. New Year's day, 1894, dawned brightly in tho street where he and she lived. In the window of her house there vvas . Scientific American Anency for ' A s NEW TORS If W (Ska ' ""s U For Information and free Ilandbork rllto . JIU.VN A CO, Ul llllilAUKAr. MW VOKK-OldMt bnrean for securlnir patents In America. 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