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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1894 hao1894033001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1894 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ita . i, A N fWB The Republican and the Cosmopoli1 tan, a leading magazine, for only $2.00. jo, s, rqbers, The Haetdbb Republican, ' OFFICIAL 0R6AK OF TBI) PARTY IK 'file ly $1.75. TEAKS- S1.2S I.J3I in.LlGAX oiu'irr-JdiiniA- l and both one year for h: Annum, on- hMtt, CQME5310HAL 5I5.RICI, In Adrance. VOL. VI. .01)IHVILLEMr.lOIlH Loiinillii BCHKDUI.K HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1894. ATKX.H.R I I.OVEll VOU?05W- KLATIIROK NO. 35. .' Mi imuiliif, IN EFFECT Highest of all in Leavening Power. No.5l, NOV. I, 1891. No.M, WEST HOUND. Illy. a. m. '""J'' 0 2S . l.v. I.otillllo Wentl'olnl lirandrnburft T:45 lrlnntnn pplirntport Clot crpotl llawmvlllc 7:20 .m aJ i m. I IT p.m. lu.2.1 a. In. l):2l p. m. m. :!. "' " in. ' ltilln.m. " iw P- - m' 10.lUp.rn. Iwlport Owrnidoro Hpoll.Tlllo ": ;M ll:M.in. P- - " Ar. Henderson KAST JIOUNO. 1P. . TiJS P. " ''" lu..llp.m m P- m- omi o" rowcicr & ABSOUUTELY PURE PANIC. orders, and the remaining industries were put on half time. The excavating of the foundations for tho largo factories was indefinitely postponed;' poverty began to make itself felt on every hand, nml many who had lived beforo In comfort were reduced to dire extremity. It was a deplorable ctato of alTalra, and none could i;u" "test a remedy. Tho young wcro ifHjsVnged, tho old had lost all Miss Wintlley continued Iicr '"'l' efforts on tho situation, and never failed to represent it in the blackest colors. Noisy meetings were held daily, sometimes at ono place, sometimes at another, to discuss tho outlook and devise, if they could, a way of relief. But they almost invariably broke up in confusion. Seeing no avenue of escape then, they delivered excited philippics against the gov- Latest U. S. Gov't Report . 1' And did you think Could keep its love unjrliangiug, Fresh as the buds that stilt Iu Miring, nor know estranging? Lif ten the buds depAr't: I loved you once, butfjjow I love you more than ever". I 'k my JKart ,No.62, Illj. 'w m' No.M, I.t. Henderson 8KlllllC l,owlport llawestille Owe i.sxm I N v considered one of the most thriving sections within soveral surrounding Clowport SO ' 6:,u !' m counties, and thcro had never been Rlrplicnspor! ll:a.m. 7;0&p.m. any cause to think differently. Its lrrlDKton : m, 7s31 p. m Us ropo fac"' - " flour and pinning mills, lx. p. i. West Point lidop.m. J.u&p.m. tory and its two. blacksmith sliops Ar. Iulrlll.... vvcro In constant employment, and connection as time went on their business In- T'ln No. 61 nil Nn. 2 make lrln on lrlnlon (Snndny eircpwd) wllhH. II.. i"' creased perceptibly. The two banks lle, llnr.litislxirtr A We.tern In tho placo wcro noted for their est Iponml. For Inrther Information, address llnanclal standing, "as solid as tho. II. C, MOItMJK, Oen. IVr k'1. I olilnllk, K). banks of Llttlo Beverley" being a common saying. Not only wcro tho business men their customers, but WHEN YOU GO TO 0WENSB0R0 tho villagers generally entrusted their savings to their keeping. LitCAM. ON tle Beverley was on the main highway between two large commercial renters, and having excellent ship-pinfacilities derived the benefits XIX33 that flowed from ho favorable a situ i Fur the finer! and Most ArtMie Work, atlon in the natural exchange of The land any sue or style. Fretlerica St. , etween trado and commerce. 6m87 throughout the county was rich and 3rrf anrf 4fA. productive and the farmers Hour- On market days ' ished accordingly. they came into tho village with wagon loads of produce, rotuw'ng (.St. Louis Southwestern Ky.) home late in the tiflernoon, wilh provisions or other necessaries. TO Market days in Little Beverley were exceptionally busy ones, and wcro looked forward to with pleasure, LINE THE ONLY idike by the villagers, the farmers. With through Car Service ironi their wives and families, not only because they brought material benefits to both, but because they gavo opportunities for social intercourse and an exchange of opinion. d The Little Beverleyitcs were No chungo of Cars to and happy, and all believed that tho future was ono of tho brightest promise. POINTS. OU 1NTEKMED1TE But out of a clear sky appeared a o dark cloud. It rapidly grew in and blackness, and had a threatening aspect from tho beginning. Currying through Coaches and Miss Windley, a nervous, excita' Traveling the ble person, with more time on her l'ulliiittii Sleepers. finest (arming, grazing nml limber hands than she knew what to do with, biH.'umo all at once unusually lands. Ami reaching the most prosactive in spreading a report. She the perous towns nml cities in had read in the newspapers, she said, that the government was getting short of money, that tho whole country would soon be in tho samo Yeihling "VaIIMING LANDS. predicament, and that no ono could nliumlant y nil the t'eienh), com nml predict what the end would bo. cotton, nml eciicially tnlaptcd to the "What do you think of It?" she cultivation ol small Ir.iilH nml early would almost Kivam then fo thoso ulio addressed, bringing to her nid vej;etahlc!. Alliinliue both hands which she used freely iu GUAZING LANDS. lending emphasis to every word shn excellent iuHturii(;is dining uluiast ihe uttered.. "What do you think of it? entire ) ear, and eoniparatively close the country goiu' to the dogs to the great matkct.. better say the bank's, because they TIMBER LANDS. Coven d with have tho money of the country in almost inexhaustible fined ol yellow their keepin'. And what does that mean? the failure of tho banks tho pine, cypress ami the hard wiM.de lo3s of our money. It means our nml Kufctcrn common to Arkansas ruin, that's what it means. O my I Texas. (then she would place a hand on her Cnn he procured on rcamnahlu and heart) I went to the bank- yesterday to get out the little money I had advantageous terms. scraped together through all these years, and what do you think they All Hups roiinrcl nllli nml luitrtirk told mo? it makes me sick to think 4'lKOII Nlll'lll 1"' about it that 1 couldn't have it just now, sayin' that I would have to wait, naming a time but I know what that means, the country's Ask your nearest Ticket Agnit for ruined already, and we're all ruined, maps, tunc tables, etc., uml wiitc to everyone of us. Have you been to tho bank yet? well, you needn't any ol the following lor nil iiifnnun desire concerning the bother, It's all gone. 1 never asked turn you may for my money before, and they trip to tlio Great Southwest. haven't'got it now to give me. And R.T.G.MATrHEW3, I'm a lono woman too (whining). Dis't Puts. Agt., Louisqille, Ky. Isn't it a sliamo that banks should be allowed to do it? Is there no law E. W. LaBEAUME. St. Louis, Mo. against them? It's robbery,, that's G. I. &Tkl. Ag what it is, clean robbery." J. A. EDSON, Miss Windley was something over Gen'l Supt., Texarkaun, 'lx. forty ;sho lived in a small cottage on tho outskirts, and, notwithstanding her nervous eccentricities, was greatly respected la tho village. Her word was always listened to and her opinion carried weight among the C. villagers. When she spoko to Mrs. Lutin on the startling subject, all (The Mississippi Valley Hotito.) that estimablo woman could do was TO . to raise both hands, open her eyes GIN. nml mouth to their limit and exEVANSVILLE, LOUISVILLE. claim: "For land's sake," walk Into ANDALLl'OINS EAST. the house and take a sickening spell. Beforo tho day was half over a TO panic had been created in Little Beverley, and the two banks had Memphis, Vioksburg, New Or. been besieged by an excited mob, demanding their money. Tho report AND ALL POINTS SOUTH. Miss Windley Iwd circulated went TO further than Littlo Beverley. It reached other places, and a panic Chicago, quickly followed there, too. The Cairo, St- Louis, whale- surrounding country wns in AND ALL POINTS NORTH Tho oldest inn state of ferment. AND WEST. habitants declared they had never llko of it and dreaded to Connecting at Memphis with through known .the think of consequences. What money trains to nil points in the people had now or mado they hoarded; they wcro afraid to spend a cent, lest it might soon result In seeing tho last ono go. Rates, Tickets, and all information It was not long beforo business will bo furnished on application to generally began to get dull. Tho your nearest ticket agent. farmers came into tho villago as usual with their loaded wagons, but LYNCH, T. B. many returned as thoy came, and G. P. A., Douisville. Ky. tlie social intercourse that had been so pleasant a bond between them aud the v'llagers ceased for lack of STQPPEIFKE interest. Men wcro being discharged from work, and tho number hat wcro seen lounging about strcot vfMtnttSam NMtviffWrRi corners dally Increased. Tho ropo BtAtH.NiniVDltM. OmlrsmM M rm nir jtrwwm jhiuiu. r.Tfactory .suspondedit two of thoplan-ln- g iiii :"j. rum TiVMlmtHm mrwn irmiuili ii aim ma Md (. triti boM. IN. to . tl dn'l ckw ToHnat mills, a flour mill aud a blackil Bttuttf. n. vinr imu chmmm o mk mm nctlrftl. tltivl nlnM. l.0Md.BnMl addnllC smith's shop closed down for lack of tMICWI I. MH.Kl.iri a..!, AKJ. Bl..hillidrcikU.r&. llrnn.l(-nUir V- . m. 3: lap. m m- S'37 1M :T a. m. 4:! p. in BWa.in. S.HSp.m 8A1n.ni. tiflup.m l.0t a. m. B.7 p. m Il'r MISS WINDLBY'S Little 'Tia not the early love; ;hl With day and night it.jiltets, And onward still must tuoye, Like earth, that r.everjaltors lor storm or stars abovej I loved you once, Lut upw I love you more thun ever i HQverloy luul tdwnys been With gifts in those glad iys, How'engcily I sought'; u. Youth, shining hope, an praise; These were the gifts I ought you, lu this world little stays, j I loved you once, but il; pv I love you more than cveJy.. A child with glotious to miss the other's virtues and condole each other's faults. If we hold an object too near the eyes the sight is blurred we cannot see its beauties. Ifweholdit just far enou h we see it distinctly. Too far, we do not sec it at all. It is just so with those we love. The uninterrupted association blurs our vision the cccasonal absence renders them clear nud bright to our sight the long scptration hides them from view. There is no love, in tie, so perfe:t that is not marred to some degree by the first, strenghened and purified by the second, and endangered by the Mothers need a powerful nourishment in food when nursing babies or they are apt to suffer from Emaciation. Scott's Emulsion Oil, with hypophosphites of lime and soda, nourishes mothers speedily back to health and makes their babies fat and chubby. Physicians, the world over, endorse it. Cod-liv- er of third. Ayer's Chathattic Pills are known to be the safest, surest and best purgative medicine ever ofTere to the public.' They are mild yet. certain in in theiraffects.givcj toncniid strength to the stomach, nud keeps the system in n perfectly healthy condition. 1 Babies aro novor healthy when thin. They ought to bo fat. Babies cry for SCOTT'S EMULSION. palatable "'"lt.ls ' and easy to assimilate. . Prepared by ' !?9 So passion sleeping lies; eies Here in our arms half sleeping i Scott g & Bowne, N. Y. Druggists sell It. - "' Then grows to manhood, keeping Its wistful young suprise, I loved you once, but now I love you more than ever. , TO "MY LADY'S SLEEVE. "Oh, frlsld fall I mark uctliny puln; Iklmlit mo p.i I b'rluvc. , EnnicthltiK lir.lli ton.c betwixt us twain; Ills my Inly'iiblcoM!." Tlicre wni a. It's just as easy to try One Minute CottghCure as anything else. It's easier to cure a severe cold or cough with it Let your next purchase fora cough be One Minute Cough Cure. IMter medicine; better result; better try it. L. B Bean. C.Theo.Cain, rcsooiiraxsss. When age's pinching air Strips summer's rich possessions And leaves the branches bare, My secret iu confession Still thus with you III share; I loved you once, 'hut now I love you mote than ever. Inr Hlio Mug content tu Icaip. tlme'l.cr nrm In mlno from Jicrblitu I woeful iilne, DlvltUil hy lier flecu1. Onto rotimt lior v.ilt my h.iml I pressed, But now i.ho Mr.irtiH im cnl.ll-I crush my I.u1'dIl'uv;. ' AKUtlUidndiU've. , lest . 'fe J ( J Ms? ff ir I Cotton Belt Route Arkansas, Texas 'US ernment, against capital, against THE WISE WIPE. tho banks, and against tho country, holding them jointly und severally Should Skip Away From Hubby responsible for tho whole trouble Oncoin a While, Ono day about half a dozen incn entered one of tho banks to sec tho manager and ask him if there was NnjH l'llu Whopler Wilcox. Willi Tliiil Altsrni')' Jlnlics I lip any hope of ever getting their money Ilrm t CJrim Fniidrr Tlio Wllo Who in whole or in part. Kihimh II Iliiilitrss Nhnnlil Up. 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Could anything be fairer? Costs nothing to try It. Tako a bottle home to-da- There is no reason why children should be allowed to suffer from loath- some scrofulous sores and glandular swellings when such a pleasant, ef fectual and economical medicine as Ayer's Sarsaparilla may be procured of the nearest druggist. He sure you get Ayer's. PROFESSIONAL nn, H. Glenn, CARD. J.H. R. Wedding. LAWYERS, HARTFORD, KY. (Office, GLENN & WEDDING, oier Anderson's Bazaar.) . THE WEEKLY Courier Journal - ed." at each other. of thqm Af- Great Southwest. 1 Cotton Belt Route guess we've been played." "And to a very expensive tune," said another. "I'vo lost moro'n I'll make iu a year," said a third. "Miss Windley paid that tho country was ruined, that the banks were ruined and that all tho money was gone," chirruped a small, insignificant looking person. "And must you be governed by what Miss Windley may say in' a moment of excitement?" asked the manager. The question was a homo thrust. Tho men felt they could not answer it, and simply held down their heads. "This panic lias been entirely of your own making, and you can hold yourselves responsible for it," continued tho manager. "In an evil moment you have surrendered your reason on hearing tho silly taloof You have an excitable-- woman. sapped the channels of circulation, and blocked tho avenues of trade and commerce. Just as soon as you return to your reason, and are prepared to act like responsible beings, everything will nssumo its normal, condition, and Littlo Beverley will become as prosperous as before. But the experience you havo acquired I trust you will tako to ter a pause one said'.I, heart." 0. &'S. W. R. R. Arkansas and Texas Tho men appeared sheepish, and moved uneasily. "Do you gentlemen wish your money now? nsked tho "manager In conclusion, wishing to bring tho interview to au end. "Well I don't know's I do," said four of them in chorus. "I'll just tako four dollars," said ono of the others, "I want that amount to get some things with." The money was paid and the men departed. Tho good news spread like wlldllre throughout Littlo Beverley, and thenco to other places. Contldenco was mstantly restored, and, wlti a few exceptions only, tho notices wcro withdrawn. Tho others tho bank managers refused to cancel, tho depositors having created considerable disturbance when tho panic was at its height. Even Miss Windley, whosa confldenco was renewed, had some difficulty in persuading tho manager to allow her to withdraw her notice, In n short time business began to pick up, and all tho Industries woro again in full operation. But Miss Windloy had lost tho old time respect of the pooplo by her ill starred tulo'of woe, at which sl)o was greatBut .Littlo Bovorley ly grieved. went on prospering. Detroit Freo Press. Counterfeiting. iur ITS t. -- moro common. It Is considered by experts impossible to detect an ancient counterfeit from a genuine coin. Counterfeiting ancient coins in modern times lias becomo a regular professibn, and most of tho counterfeits aro better executed than tho originals. Counterfeiting was as profitable in ancient as in modern times, and Urjttt. MSWAMM 9 iWTATWQ M90f Thcro ought to bo a national society of brothers for tho bottertrcat-men- t of sisters. Philadelphia Press, The romantic young lady of course but a careful observation of the world wo'ild compel her to be, writes Kllst Wheeler Wilcox. Were a law passed enforcing the absence of mothers from their children and wives from their husbands at least twice every year for a limited period of time, the scores ol homes, which me but homes in name because of the existence of discord and discontent in their midst, would become havens of peace and hapiuess. One of'the most devoted mother I ever saw, prided herself upon never having passed a night away from home during a period of fifteen years. Hut the husband and children of this waman failed to appreciate her sacrifice, regarding it rather as a natural duty on her partj while the woman became irritable and notional in her ideas of life, and found it impossible to keep pace with the progress of the world. Her husband aud children mixed up with the world to a gicater or less extent, while she, liken horse iu a treadmill, went her weary round and called it "her duty." There is no such thing as doipg your duty to others if you neglect a duty to self. Had this woman taken a mouth of recreation twice a yea'r, entirely apart from the members of her family, she would have accentuated her value in their eyes, and given herself new food for thought, new appreciations for the ties and duties from which she was tempoiarily separated. I3it husband wife, neither mothor, nor father should prolong .these nbi sences beyond a certain limit. The fondest, truest andjiiost devoted heat ts in the world $e liable to conform to habit and to adopt themselves to existing cirettmstanjes. after the first loneliness and wrench ofsep-aratio- n from loved objects has passed away into philosophical calm. Then follows the reaching out after new pleasures and interests,' and the formation of new habits, dangerous to the peace of the old life. The woman who goes jaunting about the world for pleasure during three or four months of theyear, leav-iu- g husband and children to their own devices, is not making 'her value felt at home. Instead she is teaching ' her family how to enjoy life without both husher and it is possible that band and children may find her a bar to many pleasures when she returns. It is not that the love for mother and wife dies out in these few months, but that new habits of life are formed during such a protracted absence, which interferes with a later return to the old system. It is one of the greatest mistakes possible in life, to allow one we love to learn how' to get along without us, aud this is exactly what when a protracted sephappens aration of months takes place. Meanwhile the limited absence of a few weeks feeds the heart .with new fuel and gives each the opportunity w;iS.not CQverled-to-uiy-view- oisr Etarir- ft 5Rfi:l& - rH y eight column DemoIs a ten-pacratic Newspaper. It contains the HENRY best of everything going. WATTERSON is theEditor. Will practico their profession in all tho courts of Ohio and adjoining coun ties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given to criminal practice and collections. James -- w. Price 1.00 a Year. The "Weekly Courier-Joyrn- nl makes very liberal terms to agents, aud gives freo premiums for clubs. 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All correspondence strictly confidential. . FAT PEOPLE Park R. R. WEDDING, Attorney at Law, Beaver Dam, Ky, Will practice his profession in all tho courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Iron PARK REMEDY CO.,' Boston, Mass. HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in all the Courts oi Ohio and adjoining counties, and in the Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office, in County Attorney's office, in Court House. Lawyer Perry Westerfield, M. C HSWftfR L3XTPiTCTJ3T03ESIlfl:E3PrT of ran orr.xixo of the ; . stffUN DAM SESSION OF THE Attorney at Law. Beaver Dam, Ky. BEAVER HIGH SCHOOL AND TEACHERS' PRACTICAL INSTITUTE. W. H. BARWES ht law; J&aJOL'iJk.BLJrsr 16, 1804:. Instruction HE Hartford, Ky. Expenses most reasonable. Plans modern and progressive. thorough nud practical. Advantage most excellout. School for the masses. E3UBiBc2ZrrrMMHHHUMMMiiiiiM A iu all practice WILL courts of his profeseion Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. Special attention given to vol lections. Office over Curson & Co. ii. 83 75 Tuition per Term of Ten Weeks. Common ( Primary School j Intermediate Department (Advanced Collegiate Department - i wmm ;. .' '. .,. .... ..'. best .'... 5 00 G 25 7 00 of nrx3WsBHPTHE, Instruction in Mumo and Art ot Reasouahlo Rates. Board in piivato families per Week-- , 82.00 to $2.25. DENTIST. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Tim oIIcir Mutual advantages to young men and women and esIs prepared to de all kinds ol pecially to timelier., Our ii'illinu method of teaching secures to our students Jiourstly solicit the pat- Dental work at reasonable prioea. of any nml all'toxtdxiolu. Wu kindly and tho use ronage ol all seeking aihurough education, and very decidedly gmirauteo siti.slaeiion to nil cnrnuK studentr. For further information ond lor circur curediu Eusie WilA- lars or call on tlrutanientrKfi. MMMMMHRU.WOOLI.1!Y,M.D, DORA E. UIBSON, Vice President E. R. RAY, President. Atlanta, urn, voice wui woiMuuiah wmaiYci ty.. V, m ..g.nwwwwnm yywtagowwminMiiiMii H ,wmmnrw-mmHiVW',- t'1 nnn -- MMnliinMfMm nirs'iww, K fe UJ IT- 00 CO "o "dress well is rnpre therescilt of good judgment than the mere lavish of money.' r v r STOCK OF SPRING DRESS GOODS Experience and close relation with H the manufacturers enable us to present this season a line of dress goods "Unapproachable in Style, Quality and Price." By the 22d our counters and m shelves will be filled with the best and freshest that can be had. Also a big stock of Clothing. Shoes, Oxford Ties, Notions and Neckwear. And in con- 7 nection we carry a full line of Groceries and Furniture. We have also added to our stock a carload of the Celebrated Glob Fertilizer. o 0) 4 G) W Is adapted to fill the wants of those who, having slender incomes, still desire to make their appearance creditable. a maravr. T?l3.vxxl5.in you lOr rtt favOr ctxxd 01ioitle; a, oontlnuanoe 0 cmcLe,Kre jyeua.etlxx etm ever Youra, I i H tl i I -- W'ood two and n half feet long and day morning lie gave a' good talk to ents and she seemed very well, havllrMibllruii CiHiiiiililee Meellnici The members of the newly elected ing apparently recovered her health. eight inches wide with shoulders cut the young men, and his talk to the But that night she became ill and The doc; ad. I am in receipt of sj as to allow its insertion into the young ladies Tuesday morning was Republican County Executive rUBLISHED EVEKY FRIDAY MORNINO are called to meet in Hartford grew rapidly worse until she died. the lollowing letter from Mr. R. E. cell grating. The block was conceal- full of wisdom and truth. The rest of K.lllor nnl Proprietor. JO. B. ROUEUN, Besides a large circle of friends who Lee Simmef man,' ' of Johnson City, ed inside one of the beds and showed his talks have been interesting and on Saturday, Apr. 14, at one o'clock for the purpose of tcriiiancnt organgrieve at her bright young life so Tenn., concerning the "Dog Ad," signs of having been used in heavy potable. o Friday, March 30, 1894. o p- sadly ended, the blow falls with crush- which appeared in this column re- prizing. No clew as to how it got uai Aiiajelt, I'eliville, matricu ization, electing Chairman and Secrethere. lated in the Collegiate Department tary nnd transacting other important ing severity on the devoted young cently: a Republican Ticket. business. Iu the meantime the vaMonday morning. husband and heart-brokeparents. Johnson City, Tens., March 21. U Election, Nov. O. Notice I Mnnl Your I.nttuitry. This is the second daughter Mr. and The new officers ol the R. E. C. rious committeemen are requested to For Couuty Judge John P.Morton. Dear Gossiper. For God sake I have received the agency for the Mrs; Morton have lost in the last discontinue my dog ad." Fifteen Richmond Steam Laundry, which has Society are: Kntic Coombes, Presi- send iu their names and post office O For Sheriff Cal. P. Keown. For County Clerk D. M. Hocker. X full year and a half. hundred dog's followed me down here, been represented in this town for dent; Lucy Davis, Vice President: Ida addresses to the undersigned. 0 For County Attorney E. P. Neal. attendance on the 14th is earnestly Mar-sha- l; She was married to Mr. Will Tomp- and are now in the front yard, bark- more than two years, and has proven Render, Secretary; Ella Core, o For Assessor N. C. Daniel. Bertha Felix. Treasurer; Mabel requested. W. A. Giiisos, kins on Dec. 25th, 1S91, and 24 years ing and howling for recognition. For Jailer Jown W. Black. s to be a laundry. Those Perry Wi;sri;iu'iii.i, For Surveyor G. S. Fitzhugh. Hubbard, Critic; I.ula Johnson, Janiold nt her death. Possessing a genVery truly, wanting work will do well to notify 0 For Coroner G. C. Westerfield. Committeemen at Large. tor. ial and loving disposition, she drew R. E. Lee Simmkum.vn. me. Office in L. B. Stevens' gro-csrm magistrates: - .. Miss Bertha Felix visited friends around her many devoted friends. A. I. N.u.L. War! on scrofula and every form of Hartford A. S. Aull. in the country Saturday and Sunday. impure blood . Her remains were brought to this Louisville correspondence iu the is boldly declared by O Rosine C. L. Woodward. 1'oril.vllle I.nilice, So. OHO V, A-- A. M. Prof. Shultz has organized aclnssiu city yesterday evening and the funer- Bullitt Pioneer says: Ctomwell Jont B. Wilson. Whereas, The Supreme Architect History for teachers only. On Satur- Hood's Sarsaparilla, the great conal will take place from the residence Fordsville Base ball talk is again all the go queror of nil blood diseases. Buford of Mr. H. P. Tompkins, on Fourth here. The people think that it is of the universe has by death called day mornings, from 9 lo 11, will be esteemconsthblk: On last Thursday night Mr. S. T, street, at 10:30 o'clock this morning, something new but it aint, for the from labor to refreshment our devoted to Kentucky Ili.tory, with u Hartford Hosea Shown. conducted by Rev. G, W. Terrill. devil played it when the world was ed Brother,' Harvey T. Ford. short review of the past fe.v weeks' i Brown.of Centertown, lost a fine bun, Resolved, That we deeply feel the wjrk. o Rosine Thomas Allen. a crib and a Lre amount of grain by The interment will be at El in wood. made. He "coached" Eve when she Cromwell R. B. Martin. SCHOOL NOTES. loss of our departed brother and hold Fordsville Mrs. Tompkins had many acquaintMr. A. D. Taylor, of Beaver D.un. fire. I,oss about SSoo. No insurance. Miss Ida Coleman matriculated "stole first." Adam "stole second," fond remembrance his fidelity to Buford ances and friends in this place and and when Isaac met Rebecca at the iu took n photograph of the school Wed- - Cause ol fire u.skuown. Wednesday. 00 our order, his devotion to christianty nesday morning. The R. E. G's entertained the Bach-lo- r throughout the countj who regret to well, she was walking with a "pitchPersons desiring to attend a first-claas a citizen. The MMenbergtr carao out last learn of her early taking away and er." Samson "struck out" many and his usefulness Our friends do not forget to come Club .Friday afternoon. .summer normal should eorrc- week with a new face and with other Resolved, That we greatly sym- to sec us. The visitors the past week The class in Physiology have com- who sympathize with the young hus- times when he "beat" the Philistines. spond with Prof X. E. Crockett, Elk- I satisfactory improvements. It is a pleted their work and have begun the band in this sad dispensation of prov- Moses made his first "run" when he pathize with llu family and friends ton. Ky., lor catalogue and terms. of the deceased in their bereavement. good up with idence. all to know that our doors are ever slew the Egyptians and "shut 'em 0 and itpaper, fully support of the times study of Civil Government. Resolved, That a copy of these open, nnd we are anxious to have you He is one of the leading educators of the peo merits the Mr. Halley Brown visited his parout" at the Red Sea. Cain made a resolutions be spread upon Western Kentucky, and his school KM. NT NI'KI.NUN. o'rr records, pie. us nnd see we what ents Saturday and Sunday. March 24. Mr. Joseph Midkiff, of "base hit" when he killed Abel. one sent to each ol our couuty papers visit will le first class in every respect. James Duff is again In our midst. this place, has just returned from a Abraham made a "sacrifice." The and Masonic Home Journal for pub are doing. See advertisement it: another column. The Muhlenberg Herald is the name & We were glad to have Mr. A. Mcprodigal son made a "home run, "and Miss Beula Coots, who has been visit to Magan. lication, and a copy scut to the family of a new Democratic paper published Mr. Jo. F. Claggett. a clerk iu the Donald, a former pupil, visit the David was famous as n "long disabsent a few days on account of sickMr. Jack Brooks and Mr. John of the deceased. at Central City by Mr. Hayden C. ness, is in school again. stote of McDowell ci Co., Central school this week. Clark, of near Ilitics Mill, was iu our tance thrower." J. W. Uristow, ) Snoddy. The first issue is quito newMr. Jim Miller visited his home iu City, committed suicide last ThursMr. Arthur Hunt is out of school town Saturday. I. T. Smith. Jr , Com. 00 sy and we wish the paper a long and Daviess county Saturdnyaud Sunday. day morning, by .shooting himself Cyclone. There's been a man in j this week owingto sickness. D. Cooper, J. Mr. C. H. James, Caney villc, was prosperous life. Messrs T. C. Slack and J. H. Will-iam- s through the heart witha pistol. No town recently selling cyclone washThe R. E. G's will give an enter- in our town Saturday. He lint Kiiouii Herein Jurlt have returned to ihcir homes to reason is known lor the deed. Coro-nc- r ing machines, and another man with tainment Friday night March 30th. Prof. W. A. Miller, who is attendOWESSRORO M ESSENGER. Our Animal Frrends, the organ of cordially welcomed to present. spend the summer months in farming. Vork held an inquest over the a carload of cycle horses, fresh from be ing school at Morgantown, was at John Mnssie, the 12 year old son of theJAmerican Society for the Proven Hon. T. J Smith was a welcome b.nly and the jury returned n verdict the wilds of Wyoming. Nobody ev- - C. V. Massie, had his left leg broken CD Attve. home Saturday. tionof Cruelty to Animals, comes out in accord nice with these facts. WKe"S 01 uoing any-i- n just above the knee yesterday after- visitor at General Exercises ThursMr. T. A.Harbin, of Cromwell, was er accuseu Sure Eiioujtli? in its March number, as is usual with day morning. I thinB hi' halves. but Gabe did take a" Monday on business. town FRANKFORT CAPITAL. noon. With some other children he Some weeks ago Dr. J. S. Colemiii that magazine, full of the very best J. F. Smith visited his parents in Messrs. Clint Shields and Fritz half dozen of these horses and I don't was catching on behind a buggy on The hope of the Republicans that tendered his resignation as pastor the o of literature and suggestions along its Mr. Breckinridge will be nominated James, of near Gillstrap, were at Se- know how many washers. Gabe is Daviess county Saturday and Sunday. the Hartford road, near Frank Hartford BiptUt Church to take effect m line of work. The power of this So- for going into the cyclone.business 011 a Congress in this district, and that lect Friday. LOOK grocery. His toot got caught April 1st. The deacons on Tuesday ciety for good is untold in the large they will defeat him with a respectable large scale. Mr. V,.H. Daugherty, of near in the spokes and he was whirled At the Beautiful line of Quecnsware evening reporte.l the regular salary of cities and it is only to be regretted Republican and a secret ballot, would was in town around three or four times belore the at Tracy & Son's. 300 hail been raised for 1894 which .. m S that its labors have not been success- be a bright one, if there were one Mr. D. A. Royal and wife visited Tennis. There is a quiet effort be- horse could be stopped. When pickamounts to a call for the new year and I.iiihI tor Nnlr. . fully extended to the country towns. single chance of such a nomination. Mr. Royal's father, near Cromwell, ing made among some of the young ed up it was found that his left leg Having just returned from Kansas, on Wednesday evening the resigna43 men of town to organize a Tennis was broken. Dr. Fowlkes set the I wish to dispose ol about 400 acres tion was withdrawn. Sunday. -By the calling of the Convention Mr. Breckinsidge and his friends are P Such an broken limb and the little fellow was of laud iu three or four tracts and in Mrs. Polly Baize and family, of Club when winter breaks. either demented, or else know that he lly Prof. E. K. Shnlts will close a very at Bowling Green at such an hasn't the chance of a snowball in near this place, have moved down effort is very commendable. There is resting easy last night. neighborhood of Green River Church. successful school at Prentis early date to nominate a scarcely a business man in Hartford , the place of which he has a foreWill sell said lands cheap and 011 near Gillstrap. night. An elaborate program Democratic caudidate for Judge of taste. easy terms, I can be found by mail Mr. Dovey Baize and lainily, for- who ever takes sufficient exercise. Mr. A. W. Rowe and Miss Minnie has been prepared, consisting of the Court of Appeals in the second This will in no wise interfere with merly of this place,, have moved on a Coleman, ol Ceralvo, were married at at Cromwell and will be at my old speeches, rccitali ins, dialogues, etc., Peculiar to Iixcir. 43 Appellate District, the people are He had been base bail as some have feared, but as the residence of the bride's father.Mr. homestead 2 miles east. So eminently successful has Hood's farm near Hartford. and everybody is invited to attend. given an exainplo close to home of unG C. Butler. I Lon Coleman, last Sunday. Sarsaparilla been that many leading living on a iarm of Rev. II. V. Roy- an exercise for ball players it is They It promises to be a very pleasant the Hill Snap Convention iu New citizens from all over the United al's. surpassed, and besides Tenuis can be arc popular and well deserving young and undoubtedly speaks well for Will I.ente York in 181)2. The politicians, the States furnish testimonials of cures kcv. Jioiton niiea 111s regular ap- played many times when it is impos- people and their friends wish them Beaver Dam about 19th or 26t of the interest and spirit of the. teacher sible to get up a sufficient number to riugsters and the wire pullers of the which seem almost miraculous. Hood's pointment at Select Saturday night u happy journey through life. and his pupils. April. All persons wanting first-claplay ball. It will soon be of interest, Demociatic party in this District were Sarsaparilla is not an accident, but and Sunday. Slow Bov. m photographic work, I will be too, for the boys here would scarcely Hone Home. We merely wish to call the attenfor Keevcs and they feared Yost and the ripe fruit of industry and study. Mr. Harvey T. Ford died at his glad to mnke them. Remember I use tion of the Not one minute elapses between the be on to the racquet ereFordsville and the people. In order to prevent Yost's It possesses merifpeculiar to itself," people to the fact they taking of One Minute Cough Cure Horton would send iu a challenge home near Fordsville on last Friday the Instantaneous Process for Baby have long ago learned by experience, making a canvass, and thus getting Hood's Pills cure Nausea, Sick and relief. Why shouldn't people for a match game. By all means evening, the 23d inst., at the age of Pictures. Come to Beaver Dam for viz; that the best bargains in every 49 the nomination as they well knew he Headache, Indigestion, Billiousness. sixty-six- , and was buried on Sunday, your Photos, where you always get line nre to be W take One Minute Cough Cure? They let's have a Tennis Club. had of those merchants would do they called a "snap" s work. Yours truly, Sold by druggists. ' the 25th, iu the family burying should. They do. L. B Beair. who arc liberal advertisers. Look thus forcing Judge Yost out A. D. Taylor bX UruyNim Comity I'npiillntH. ST,U ANOTHER.-- The story is go- - ground.' He was a christian gentleover the columns of the Kei'UIilican I no,, to He... of the race. The better elemeut of man, loved and respected by all who The Populists of Grayson county sec the advertisements both display Myrtie Johnston, daughter of Mr. ingthc rounds, and it comes pretty QUITE A STKP the Democratic party condemn and met last Monday week and nominat- and Mrs. George L Johnston, ofSul- - straight too, that there will be an- - knew him, and was one of the leadfrom tbo great, griping, and local and thus be guided to deal they should by their ballots rebuke ed dreadful pills to Doctor with ing and most influential men of the the following ticket for the No phur Springs, died Friday, .March merchants, who not only Pierce'a Pleasant Pe23, ot,ler wedding about the middle of county. such teachery. Verily, the man who vember election: Rev. R. T. Bruner preached llet. Boo what on ad- can but will give you the most for APril among the "400" of Hartford 1804. Funeral services were con- -' vance there Is: said "The Democratic party is as full the funeral sermon on Sunday, and P. S. Bruner forjudge. your money. Thorn littlo Telleta, ducted by Rev. John Ferryman, to a society. of tricks as a shepherd dog is of fleas" The Masonic Fraternity, of which the scarcely larger than S. C. Roberts for Clerk. large audience of weeping friends. mustard seeds, are tbo Mr. V. B. Burton, Rockvalc.Gener-a- l deceased prominent G. W. smallutt and tbo easiest h was right and be deserves a pension. Joseph Stone for County Attorney. Myrtie was a kind and obedient Fourteen of Them. In view of conductedwas aburial services. member, to Uiko tiuy, sugar- Foreman of the Cincinnati Cooperthe Harris for Sheriff. COAted OTAmtfo child and loving sister. God has tak- the recent Jail delivery a notice of fhnf age Co. iu this C'KMTEUTUWN. part of the State, atevery child is ready for. R. L. Montgomery for Assessor. March 25. Miss Lola Bennett, who Jonlln White. en a precious jewel, has broken this those who have in one way pr another They act in the mildest, easiest, most nat- tended Circuit Court several days last Joseph Alverson for Jailer. Mr. Fiank Joplin and Miss Pearl ural way. No violence, no reaction afteris attending school at this place.spent earthly family tie and taken the fair managed to get out of the new jail ward, and their hcln (aula. They Luin Terry for Surveyor. White, of Elizabethtown, were quitely nently runt Constitution, Indigestion, perma- week. He is one of Brcckenridge Saturday and Sunday at her mother's. and tender flower to rest beyond the might not be uninteresting. The liilious county's best Republicans and most Garrett Petty for Coroner. Attacks, Hick Headaches, and all Miss Mabel King, who has been sky. Her gentle steps cannot be list is not complete perhaps but it is married on Welnesday evening at derangemonts or Bilious liver, of tho stomach and influential men. He made this office heard around the house any more. mainly correct. It is about as fol- the home of the bride. The young ouweis. (Jolilen Wedding Celebration, O absent for some time, visiting her a pleasant call, nnd among other enThoy'ro put up In sealod vinU. The Maysville correspondent of the Her tender voice is still, she is walk mother's family, returned to her lows: Buck and Hardin Kuykcndall people are leaders in Elizabethtown them always fresh and reliable, This keeps couraging news he unlike tbo brought was that Courier-Journheme at this place not long since. says: ing now the golden streets on that ce for killing Awtry, Embry for murder soceety nnd are mutually worthy of ordinary .pills in wooden and pasteboard the indications point boxes. unmistakably to i with two The school at this place is pro"The Hon. James Barbour, the well lestial shore. M. C. C. They're tho cheajxit, for thoy'ro guarantothers, Press Davis.sentenc- - their good fortune. eed to glvo satisfaction, or your monoy is re- the election of the entire Republican gressing nicely with Miss Sudie An- known lawyer and banker, a'nd his i ed to b2 hanged, Jim Hawk Herald Cliurrli mill Nmultiy Nclinol, turned. You pay only for the good you get. ticket in Brcckenridge in November. derson as teacher. She has 20 pupils most estimable wife commemorated e The revival has continued with unyears ... " " No matter what you'vo tried and found So mote it Le. Marcl.26.Afterhavinghadacon. f,entencedt to. "y-nhienrolled and new ones are arriving the golden anniversary of their marPe"ltenc.ary for killing Dock abated interest and no less than 40 wanting, you can be cured with Dr. Sage's) tmous spell of mild weather, the chil- every day. riage by receiving their friends from A deep Catarrh Remedy. ' gioviia, ricu jjuicm uk oaiui; kiltie, souls have been converted. ling North wind makes us shiver. The young ladies' society at this 2 p. iu. till 6 p. 111. Monday." Burgess and two others, Henry religious sentiment has prevailed The farmers, who have finished sow- Jim A new writer of short stories has place is still in progress. They have Mrs. Barbour is a sister to Dr. Jno. Maddox, for intent to kill, Wash throughout the community. . The appeared ing oats are now preparing to plant in Judge C. W. Tyler, whose ' B. Foster, ot this city. nnd Bro. Hale Duncan and Rolla Sanders. Some of meeting closes o 19 members. corn. "Gone to Coopertown" appeirs in The Ross Bros, are erecting a dwellgovs Home followed by the Southern Magazine for April. Mr. Jake Bell went to Evansville them cut out nnd others took advanThe Kentucky legislature that ading house at this place. We welcome tage favorable circumstances and slip- the good wishes of all of Hartford's Without being in nny sense an imitajourned last week was one of the most last week, and purchased a full stock ped out at the door. Some were cap- people. His stay here has done much them into our midst. of implements, everything a farmer tion, the story has in a high degree, Miss Katie Coombes, Hartford, remarkable bodies that ever assembland lasting good, nnd he is pronouncneeds in that line. Jake also bought tured, others got away. Altogether many of the qualities that gives Dickspent Saturday and Sunday with Miss ed in the United States. It killed one cannot refrain from the thought ed equal to the greatest preacher that ens' stories their endearing charm. more worthless measures and passed him a fine horse while he was there. Mabel King, of this place. ever visited the town. Miss Emma Brown, Livermore.who tint almost' any body who wanted to Mr. C. L. Woodward is on the sick fewer bad bills than any of its predeOnr Meeting, get out of the new jail has in one way Hie baptizing occurs nt the Baptist cessors, and completed its work in the who has been visiting relatives in or The closing exercises of the revival list. another succeeded iu doing so. So Church this evening and there will be t4 at the Baptist Church will be as folIt this place for some time has returned. far as the security of prisoners is The pound party, which was given time nlllotcd by the constitution. nbont candidates Hi at Mr. George Carson's last Saturday was a legislature without a lobby, a Miss Jessie Tatuin nnd Alba Everly lows: Baptism at 2 p. in. this evenAyer's Cherry Pectoral the county has paid dearly ,( At Welnesday night's meeting the ing; preaching at 7 p m. At nine night, was highly enjoyed by all who session without a scandal, a set ol visited in town last week, the guests for her whistle iu changing from the doors of the church were opened and morningnew memo'clock THE BEST EMERGENCY MEDICINE attended. The Centertown Brass Bind men above reproach and altogether of Mrs. J. B. Maddox. 8 came forwaid an I were riceived. Mr. Bert Tanner, who has been visi- old jail to the new. one of the best, purest and most inbers received and farewell exercisesof made music for the occasion. FOIl THE cure or They were as follows: what has been a most gracious occaMe thinks I hear wedding bells telligent legislative bodies ever before ting friends near Heflin, returned Croup, Whooping Cough, Lilly Belle Burton.Bessie Williams, Prepared for work( Some weeks o in the near future. assembled in the Commonwealth of Thursday. sion. Farewell words by Bro. Hale, LaQrippe, Colds, Miss Ada Tanner is visiting rela- - ago when Mr. W. II, Lyous searched Mary Smith, Nannie Stevens, Alfred who has served us so faithfully. Madisonville Hustler. Miss Dcna Woodward and Mr. Kentucky. Coughs, Bronchitis, the jail he found a couple of saws. Hudson, Walter Martin and Dee latives in this place. Luther Brown attended church at J. S. Coleman, Pastor. Hoarseness, Loss of Voice, One was made from a pair of scissors Luce as candidates for baptism and Well Known Here. Mr. S W. Tichenor is delivering a Walton's Creek Sunday. AND TUB VAUIOOS OWF.NSDORO MESSENGER. The Miss Lucy King joined by letter. Tnylor-- hllescnrver. portion of his large crop of tobacco and the other from a A Passkr-hy- . Mrs. Lucy Morton Tompkins, wife which he sold to J. II. Nave, Beaver latter was n very effective tool. Mr. Throat and Lung Troublit Mr. Clay Taylor nnd Miss Alary M. Dr. J. S. Coleman leaves of Mr. J. W. Tompkins, of this city, Dam. III.'AVEH DAJI. .i'ti Thmtsnlai Inry HoutlvM. Lyons was employed to mend the hole tor Greenville, where he will begin a Whltescarver, Rochester, were marMarch 28. Mrs. J. II, Barnes and died at 2:30 o'clock yesterday mornin the wall of the jail through which revival assisted by Rev. Bartow, of ried last Sunday at the home of the Mr. W. P. Render recently bought Prompt to ot, suroto ouro little son returned Saturday accom-paine- d ing at thehomeoihcrpaicnts.Mr. nnd two fine mules from Prol. j. M. Stog-ne- r. Sanders made his exit, and while at Sweetwater, Tenn. bride's father, Mr. G. W. Whites-carve- r. by her sister, Miss Pearl lib-li- Mrs. David Morton, near Whitesville. work at some other point in the room The groom is a prosperous Si Madce. who will remain with her for a It was known that her health was young farmer and a polished gentle one of the prisoners slipped one of his CollCKO IlnpiienlnK. while. seriously affected lately, consumption The last term opened Monday morn- man,-- and a brother to S. C, And those desiring certificates should trowels. All denied nny knowledge Sollcet Ed Barnes nnd sister, Miss Fannie having developed a few months ago U ing. We are now on the "Home Taylor. The bride is a beautiful young write for catalogue of The Teachers' I set my two sons, Rom and Rudy, of the lost trowel and diligent search have returned from the East. nevertheless death came suddenly and free, to sell nnd trade us they please. was made before it could be located. Stretch," and each one is bending ev- lady whose christian life is an orna- Training Schoo', A summer coursi. Miss Viola Pirtle, Hocker & Co's, was a shock to every one. She nnd I will not be responsible for any trade It had been carefully laid away inside ery effort to be in the lead at the close. ment to society and a blessing to the Open8june4th. former Milliner will still continue ( Mr. Tomphins went to Whitesville or contract they may mnke. R.SE. Cbockrtt, Principal, Rev. Fred Hale has conducted Gen- home of her husband. May their lives of one of the beds, The search also with them. She has been in Louis- - last Saturday week to visit her par-Sam Ferguson, White Run, Ky. brought to light a heavy piece of eral Exercises this week. On Mon- - be peaceful, prosperous and hnppy, Elkton, Ky, a Hartford Kepublican O a a villc for the past three weeks returned Wednesday. Mr. H. D. Hunt, of Hunt & Co's., store has been in the East purchasing new goods for spring returned Monday night. Miss Lizzie Barnes, Hunt & Co's, Milliner spent last week in the city. Mrs. K. J. McKenney and little daughters have been visiting relatives in Rochester returned Tuesday. Messrs I. P. Barnard and C. W. Parrott, Louisville, were in town and Sunday. C. P. Austin and Albeit London made a flying trip to Hartford Tuesday evening. Mrs. J. P. McKenney will leave for Louisville Friday evening where she will visit friends. Dr. W. P. McKenney is raakinjr his regular trip to Butler county this week. Sat-uid- Com-mitU- 'e n first-clas- y. I ss ' 5 I o a 8 I ... Elml-haar- 's r e, to-da- a ss uuuec-cssaria- 3 s Koue-Coleiunt- i. af-fa- ir ss o a con-venti- first-clas- irs ' ft I JijKxt con--cern- V case-knif- e. H 9 f jmj MsjiMliJmiiiisisiiiH iZ"- - ""1 MMWlrt' i. ,f ;" . if . VI ;uWP Plow shoes for r xx-a- $iot Schapmlre's. Dam, wns ttt&titi Mr. J. II. NaveABcaver in town yesterday, jr tc-w- BROKE JAIL! Young Holla' Sandors Cuts Out in Broad Daylight. Attempts to Mount a Horse Which Breaks Away and ho Tries It Afoot. lorn Few OUR RULE: ctliers as we would have others do unto Us." - Dr. J. P. Willtatus, Owcn&boro, has been in this week. Come auX"8ce our new goods. P? Cakson &Co. OUR SPRING OPENING! For 1894 will be the BEST, FINEST and most VARIED display of the fine lines of Clothing, Dress Goods, Gents and Ladies Furnishing Goods generally than ever before brought to this country. There are hundreds of families all over this Green River Country who want supplies, who want NICE Clothing, FINE Clothing, and a fashionable outfit generally. They had just as well pay for the thing they want as for something they do not warit,hence our efforts to be HEADQUARTERS for these lines. We do not want a young lady to send to the city for a wedding outfit; we will furnish here. We will not allow young men to do the same. Come to Beaver Dam and get these things, after selecting for yourself at the lowest prices known in years. As far the Staples, we have stacks of them, lower than ever before. The low prices of tobacco will be more than set off by our prices. See Indigo prints by the bale at 5c. All standard prints, 5c. TICKINGS, Domestics, Cottonades, Shirtings, etc., at prices to correspond. Now we have not time to enumerate, but we will say to YOUNG LADIES, most assuredly we have every facility to suit you in the most elegant style. MISS VIOLA PiRTLE can arrange your headwear in the Finest and most Fashionable styles. You have no risk in apply- "Do unto Don't fail to see our line of New Millinery Goods. Cak.son & Co. You can get the best bargains in Grocericsof Tom fiakernt Carson & Co. The Town wild Willi Excitement i, - ., The ptetticst Hats in town those trimmed by Miss Collins, son & Co's popular milliner. arc Car- MlnuleaTho item NhrrllT mill lit- After n Nhnrt Hnco Awny. Rnke In tbc Hun .In Venf?ng friees -- We have just received another large A MILE DASH FOR LIBERTY. shiptneut of late style clothing. CAlthON & Co. We consider Values. It is not a matter of small cash, but of the equivalent of whatever is'paid.That is the true estimate of economy. "TodeV Wedding, of the Mt. Verdied Saturday non neighborhood, night and was buried Monday. The School Hoard are making estimates on the cost of seating another room at the college for the fall term of school. The shelves won't hold the fine Ladies' Dress Goods at Carson & Co's. They are stacked upon the counter. Call and get a bargain. Mr. Thomas II. Tucker and Miss I.la Tweddell were married yesterday at the residence of Mr. Thomas Duke, near Sulphur Springs. Br! We are (Governed By the actual wearing quality of goods in naming , Prices. A dollar's worth of money for a dollar's worth of wear. Isn't that the bet- ii I t. t? fl.4M H1 If!.. A.nfin1 SJ,IIoover,two of Buford's deserving vnntitr twnn1f wpro married on last "O iSundiy. Rev. J. A. Bennett officiat.7 i'-- -i ing. Hon. J. S. Wortham, of Leitchfield, candidate for the Democratic nomination for Congress in the 4th District, was in town Wednesday and Thursday. Mr. Win. Brown.a highly respected citizen of Sulphur Springs.died at his home Saturday night, and on Monday the remains were interred at the McChord gravepard. Miss Mamie Sullivan, of Muhlen- burg county, who has been here under treatment of Dr. J. E. Pendleton, during the past month, has gone home much improved. We are reliably informed that Mr. Jo. Brown and Miss Minnie Ford, two of the most popular young people of he Hopewell neighborhood, will be married in May. Mr. S. S. May is taking the assessment of the property of the town, but lie says he'll not dump any clay on the assessment, and on this job he claims his work will be passable. . Prof. L. M. Sanderfur closed a very successful school at Bartlett's last Friday. He is one of the rising young teachers of the county, and his friends are glad to learn of his success. ter plan? By Retcial Values In Spring and Summer Fabrics, we hope and expect to retain your confidence, and we now presentvthe Latest Siyles In Spring oods For inspection by the ladies jg of Ohio county. r3 5u FAIR BROS. & CO l'llOPRIETOKS OF g Hartford Temple of Fashion. Friday, March 30. 1894. PHILOSOPHERS "N SAT Thoro's no Eating In Heaven. The average hoad of the Mr, A. Matthews has moved his family, from the Central Grove neighborhood to Williams' Mines. He has Read the ad of FairBro's & Co. been engaged in running a coal mine Latest style neckwear at Fair Bros near Mr. Lige Miller's, and will now & Co. work at Williams'. Mr. and Mrs. John J. McIIcnrv are Mr. Charles Felix and Miss Lillie in Louisville. Daniel, Olaton, were married yesterMiss Sallie Klein has the grip. Read the ad of Carson & Co. and day at the home of the bride's father Mr. T. W. Daniel in the presence of profit by it. a number of visiting friends, Rev. R. Prof. C. M. Crowe, Bctla, was in A. Byers pronounced the ceremony. town Saturday. Mr. F. M. Porter will stand his fine Nobby line of gents new hats at Saddle and Harness Stallion the preFair Bros & Co. sent season on Mondays and TuesFating potatoes 90 cents per bushel days at R. M. Walker's; Wednesdays at L. B. Stevens. and Thursdays at C. L.Field's Stable; Fridays and Saturdays at his Stable. Millinery business always good at Fairs Bros & Co. Rev. Fred D. Hale leaves for ensboro Ow- V best. It is always the cheapest. Our lino ot gro corles iscomplete.andyou can Always depend on it culinary department hopes with the philosopher. But since wo must oat to live, lot's eat the that they are pure and WHOLESOME. sistent with quality. Wo solicit a share of your patronage. Prices always conTRACY & SON. Latest styles and cheapest millinery is at Fair Bros & Co. The young ladies of the R. E. C. Literary Society are expected to give an entertainment soon. Their entertainments are always of the highest class, and this one will be looked forward to with more than usual inter- Abont 10:30 o'clock Wcdnescay morning Jailer J. P. Thompson and Mr. J. L. Miller went up into the jail to clean up the cells. The prisoners were allowed to go into the corridors while the cleaning was going on. The men also examined the gratings of the cells and for this purpose a hatchet was used and while they were engaged in the cells Sanders who was out in the corridor got holdQflhe hatchet and made an opening in the east wall of the jail where the water pipe passes through. This all happened in the last few minutes of the hour Messrs Thompson and Miller were in the jail.. Sanders crawled through the hole and dropped to the ground. A young horse was(stand-in- g hitched to the rack and Sanders made for it but the horse broke'loose. The young fellow then made for the Muddy bottoms, going across the Park, through the alley by Mrs. Polly Collin's and across the Fogle farm. Mrs. Thompson saw Sanders when he dropped to the ground, and knowing Jailer Thompson and Mr. Miller were upstairs, supposed they had been killed by the prisoners and raised the alarm by her screams. She ran down town and informed several, who at once ran to the jail. All this noise was the first intimation Messrs Miller and Thompson had that anything was wrong. By this time Sanders hod a good start, but Sheriff Stevens and several parties on horseback and others still on foot were in pursuit. Sheriff Stevens headed him off at the creek while the footmen crowded him in the rear. His shoes were not sufficient for the severe strain and one of them gave out entirely and he pulled it off. He could be tracked through the mud and water and when found was lying under a tree top. U. S. Carson and William Henry Martin captured him, and the Doctor gave such a shout as assured the the whole town that the fun was over. Sanders was conducted back to jail and locked in his cell. The young negro, Jesse Dean, who let the pistol go off in his pocket at Beaver Dam also tried to get out but the whole was too small. He says, however, that just as he was halfway out and he some oacshouted out.in-towcrawled back for fear of being shot. He is serving out a fine'fbr carrying concealed a deadly weapon. Sanders was sentenced at the last term of Circuit Court to two years in the penitentiary for the cutting affray in which he figured at Fordsville several months ago. His Attorneys moved for a new trial, but the motion was overruled and the case was appealed to the Court of Appeals. When asked by Jailer Thorn pson why he tried to run away if he could prove himself clear as he claimed he could he said it was having to lie in jail so long and at another time he said he didn't try very hard to get away but only wanted to have a little fun. n - ing to her. Young Gentlemen, who want a fine outfit will do well to 13 to call on us, at least, and if the NEWEST New York Styles of Clothing will please, we will certainly fit you up. In Clothing we propose to be strictly headquarters. To HOUSEKEEPERS generally we will say that if you will come in with the cash or good Country Produce, we will guarantee satisfaction. To Farmers especially we will say that we are 3 ready to supply you with the "Old Hickory" and "Tennessee" wagons, the "Horse Shoe" brands, Raw Bone and Corn Grower rV (D and Homestead Tobacco Grower, which have stood the test of c- years. We can furnish the celebrated Steel-Gea- r buggy, all the lowest price. Finally, we invite all to give us a call. Resp'y o -- a - HOCKER & CO, Dr. V. M. Metcalf, Hopkinsville, was in town Wednesday and Thurs' day. Scott Gray shot and instantly killed J. H. Borders at Lewis Station Wednesday. There were no witnesses but Gray claims to have fired in The Republicans of Muhlenberg county hold a precinct convention on self defense. The trouble was over piece of land. May s, and county delegated conven- the renting of a tion on May 12 to nominate county Q UARTERL Y REPORT candidates. OF THE Bnyle Dnvla Dead. Mr. Bayless Davis a prominent citizen of the No Creek neighborhood died at his home yesterday evening at 1 o'clock of erysipelas of the throat. Heiwasaconsistent)christianman,good neighbor, a loving father and devot- At the Close of Business on 23d day of Decemed husband. The funeral occurs QUARTERLY REPORT 3F HE- c - O N of At the close of Business on the 23d day of December, 1893. HID ... P H Conrt Note. J. Stone vs. N. N. & M. V. railroad DEPOSIT BANK Go to Hall for early seed potatoes. Boys suits 75 cents to $5 00 at Fair Bros & Co Hall wants your chickens, eggs and butter. Finest Hue of mens shoes at Fair Uros & Co. Go to Hall and O. Sugar for $1. 10 get 25 pounds of N. 5 cent Mankerchiefs for Fair Pros & Co. cents at Hall sells goods cheaper than the cheapest. Try him. Mens all wool suits $5 00 to $18.00 at Fair Bros & Co. Leading place to buy Dress goods at Fair Bros & Co. Fair Bros & Co. are the leading Clothing men in Hartford. Best line of Ladies fine Shoes and Oxford ties at Fair Bros & Co. 20 yards Domestic 1.00, 20 yards Pure Indigo Calicoes $1.00 at Fair Bros & Co. Mr. Byron Wedding, Rosine, has sent to this office a fine specimen of , his drawing. Messrs. C. V. Christian and J. W. F.7cll, Horse Branch, made us a pleas- ant call yesterday. Mr. Jas. Cardcn, Tristler, who was crippled some days ago by a fall from a tree, is improving. Messrs. Williams & Bell will paper and paint their elegaut drug store on Market Street in the near future. '5 For all kinds of Building Material call on Taylor & Co., Beaver Dam. They have the largest stock in Ohio county. Mrs. Mary Potts, Sulphur Springs, treated her father, Mr. F. W. Acton, to a fine dinner on his birthday, March 24th. Miss Laura Render opened a spring term of school at Prentis Monday. She is one of the most successful young teachers of the county, and we bespeak for her a profitable session. Northern Early Rose potatoes $1.10 est. per bushel at L. B. Stevens. The largest and best assorted stock Best $1.00 Ladies Button Shoes on of Buggies, Wagons and Farming Implements of all kinds is the place earth at Fair Bros & Co, from which to get what you want at Sorghum, Carmel Drip, N. O. the most resonable figures. This Molasses at L. B. Stevens. stock is kept by Taylor & Co., BeavBiggest line of Wash fabrics in er Dam. Hartford is at Fair Bros & Co. Mr. D. Talbott, of Sioux city. Circuit Clerk G. B. Likens made a has placed an order with Mr. W. flying trip to his father's Wednesday. B. Render, of this city, for a sample V Stone, of the of the corn, on which the latter reAttorney G. Leitchfield bar, was in the city Sat- ceived the award at the World's Fair. Of course Ohio county is coming to urday. the front, Messrs. Romeo and James Ather-toMr. Caleb Boswell, of the Mt. Verof Livermore, were in the city non neighborhood, died Wednesday, Monday. and was buried yesterday at the famRemember that W. II. Williams ily hurrying ground. Funeral exerstill LEADS in Cheap Groceries. Try cises were conducted by Rev. G. J. him. . Bean. Mr". Boswell was one of the Call in and ask to see Sclvcns' Un- county's best citizens. derwear for gents at Carson & Sheriff J. A. Evans and Mr. C. B. Co's. 34 4t Franklin, McLean county, passed Mr. John McCuen and Attorney J. through town Wednesday, en route B. Vickers, Fordsville, were in town to Morgantown with J. W. ' Abner, Wednesday. who is wanted there for carrying conW. T, Owen and Com'th cealed weapons. The Sheriff and parJudge Attorney J. E. Rowe left for Owens-bor- o ty passed back yesterday. Saturday. Marriage license; E. D, Patton to ., Remember to read the ad of Miss Arabella Hoover, A. W. Rowe, of Beaver Dam, and that to Miss Minnie Coleman, Clay Taylor they have bargins. to Miss Mary M. Whitescarver, Chas. will pay you to visit W. H. Will- Felix to Miss Lillie Daniel, J. R. It iams and see his nice assortment o Smith to Miss Nancy Wilibie, Thos. H. Tucker to Miss Lula Tweddell. Fmits and Candies. Owing to the, extreme inclemency Mr. J. R. Smith and Miss Nancy Wilibie were married Wednesday nt oftheweatner no quorum was pres the home of the bride near Horse ent at the Republican County Executive Committee meeting on Monday, Branch. and so the meeting adjourned until Born to the wife of Mr. J. Denhaui Saturday, April 14th, at which time Hocker on the 2otU inst, a fine boy all the ,newly elected commlttemen Mother and Durwood Morrison. are urged to be present. child doing well. For MM. A good second hand cart. Call at Mrs. H. D. McIIenry and daughter, Miss Isabelle, who has been in this office or address the Republican the South during the winter, arrived One Fare. at home Saturday. The C. O. & S. W. R. R. and the Mr. E- - L. Sullenger, who has been L. & N. will give one fare for the round trip to the State Encapment afflicted for some time with some kidney trouble has suffered a relapse and' ofG. A. R.Dep't of Kentucky, which meets at Bowling Gtcen April 11, is scarcely expected to recover. Io-w- a, n, Hock-er&Co- judgment for defendant. James Albin vs. Clarissa Albin judgment for defendant and sale. J. R. King vs. R. P. Hocker, Ad ministratorjudgment for the sale of the equity of redemption in land. E. T. Williams, Administrator, vs. An Carrie A. Williams, et. al. judgment that the real estate in controversy be- Found Cure In Hood's After longs to the estate of S. A. Williams. Other Medicine Failed Defendant also gets judgment for $300 RheumaAfter the in lieu of exempt property and order tism. to sell $500 stock in the Williams Coal Co., belonging to the estate of Referred to Special S. A. Williams. Commissioner, G. B. Likens, to take proof relative to certain lots in controversy. Herring, Hall, Marvin Co. vs. D. Uhmf SVbIBw iBBSSSa J. Coleman & Co. judgment for to-na- y. Esteemed Pastor Crip-Musc- ular $15. James A. Smith, Administrator, vs. Harriett E. Barnes judgment on cross petition oi Taylor & Co, and Oscar Stevens for sale of land, etc. Rolla Sanders and H. A." Whitta-ke- r were brought out on last Friday morning and sentenced to their respective terms ot two years in the penitentiary. Court adjourned on Saturday morning and on Monday morning of this week Circuit Court opened at Hawes-vill- e. Judge Owen has only two weeks vacation during the year. There are eleven inmates confined in the jail as follows: Rolla Sanders for cutting, sentenced to two years in the penitentiary. H. A. Whittaker for incest, sentenced to two years in the penitentiary. JohnWalterWillls forgrand larceny. Clayton Woodward for shooting, serving out fine of $500. Frank Jones fined $100 for selling liquor, Willie Dehart $100 lor selling liquor Elvis Keeton $200 for selling liquor. Wash Duncan $425 for selling liquor lime out April 15. Jesse Beard $100 for shooting in church. 'Jesse Dean $25 aud ten days In 'jail "' for carrying a pistol. for grand larceny. George Oates TRI9spQ1kA jjr The following comes voluntarily from a blf hly teemed clergyman of the M. E. church, pastor of the Church Creek circuit la Dorchester County, Maryland) "C.J. Hood Co., Lowell, Man. 1 " I feel It a duty to the publlo to send this I saw in a Philadelphia paper a tetter from a man who bad suffered from Muscular Rheumatism and had been restored by the use of Hood's Bar. saparllla. I had the grip In the winter ot 'M aiid'W so severely that it deprived me of the use of my arms so that my wife bad to dress and undress me, and when away 'from homo I bad to sleep In my clothes. I tried fire doctors and not one accomplished anything. Then I saw the letter alluded to and determined to try Hood's. Before I bad taken one bottle 1 uad the use of my arms, thank dod. These are fact and cau be veriSed by many persons here. J. M. Colston, Chnroh Creek, supplied me with Hood's. I am pastor of the M. X. church here." C W. Clamum, Church Creek, Maryland. - N, B. If you decide to take Hood's Barsapa-rllt- a do not be Induced to buy any other Instead. HOOD'S Sartaparilla CURES HeeeTs PIN cure liver lilt, constipation, sUlouaneu, Jaundice, sick headache, Indigestion. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts, less' loans to Directors . . $68,304.80 Loans to Directors (officers . not included 406.00 Loans to Officers 400.00 Overdrafts, secured . . . 1,937.35 Overdrafts, unsecured . . 437.06 Due from Nat Banks . . 5,966.74 ber, 1893. Due from St'e B'ks& B'k'rs 483.28 Banking house and lot . . 3000.00 Stocks and Bonds . . . . 1,341.67 KESOURCES. Specie 2,718.78 Loans and Discounts, less 2,260.00 loans to Directors . .$54,127.50 Currency Exchanges for Clearings . 2,145.59 Loans to Directors (omcers 600.00 Other items carried as cash 1,367.49 not included . 1,000.00 Overdrafts, secured . . . 1,412.00 Furniture and Fixtures . . 145.97 Overdrafts, unsecured . . 568.48 Taxes paid Due from National Banks 15.759." Current expenses . . . . 1,088.50 Other assets, debts in suit 698.54 Due from State banks and 108.00 Bankers l93.7o-7Banking house and lot . . 3,000.00 LIABILITIES. 1,398.97 Specie Currency 5,017.00 Cap'l 6tock paid in, in cash $30,000.00 Other items carried as cash . 50.00 Undivided profits 7,418.97 Furniture and Fixtures . . , 1,500.00 Deposits subjectocheck(on Taxes paid 134.05 which in. is not paid . 56,069.79 1,768.56 Due National Banks . . . Current expenses 81.63 Due State banks and ban'rs 131.38 $85,443.67 $93.7OI77 LIABILITIES. v State op Kentucky, Capital stock paid in,incash$25,ooo.oo County op Ohio. J Surplus fund ." 5,250.00 Sara K. Cox, President of Bank of . . 6,312.33 Undivided profits , . 48,830.36 Hartford, Ky., a Bank Lcated and Due Depositors 50)98 doing business in the town of HartDueSt'tebanks&St'teb'k'rs ford, in said county.being duly sworn $85,443.67 says that the foregoing Report is in all respects true statement of the State ok Kentucky, 1 ss condition ofathe said Bank at the close County op Ohio. of business on the 23d day of Decern-he- r, John H. Barnes, Cashier of Beaver 1893, to the best of his knowlDam Deposit Bank, a bank located edge and belief; and further says that and doing businea in the town of the business of said Bank has been Beaver Dam, in said county,being du- transacted at the location named, and ly sworn, says that the foreeoinir re not elsewhere; and that the above report is in all respects a true statement port is made in compliance with an of the condition of the said bank at official notice received from the Secthe close ot business on the 23d day retary of State designating the 23d oi December, 1893, to the best, of his day of December, 1893, as the day on knowledge and belief; and further says which such report shall be made. that the business of said bank has Subscribed and sworn to before me been transacted at the location nam- by Sam K. Cox the 28th day of Deed, and not elsewhere; and that the cember, 1893. G.B.Likens.C.O.C.C. above report is made in compliance Sam K. Cox, President, with an official notice received front J. J. McHenry, Director, the Secretary of State, designating " John C. Thomas, the 23d day of December, 1893, as the " J. S. Coleman, day on which such report shall be made. Subscribed and sworn to before me by John H. Barnes, the 30th day of December, 1893. Shrujy Taylor, Dep. County Court Clerk, I. P. Barnard, President. R. P. Hocker, Director. " Jno. H. Barnes, DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve cleans-e- s, We purifies and heals. It was made for that pnrpose. Use it for burns, cuts, bruises, chapped hands, sores of all descriptions and if you have piles use it for them. L. B. Bean. Beaver Dam o c o C 0) CD ... a CQ !d 7 ... Q .... r r CQ HI M r All parties needing horse or jack bills should bring or send them to The Repubare lican office. well prepared to do good work, e.-j- l j lfrtfo'fr e"'' IT"' ,. .1. ...,r.r i i '''riitirafrafv-uritmsft-zZiKXTj- cr' HlWImil ii HI I'l'lhlTV'tTtl V44Jliiiu431G0R$TT3'lrtiO'"iS!t4T " r - '"- - Hartford Kepublican Piupav. March 30, 1894. triot over to be put to death. Hut the spirit of liberty, n spirit that sympathized with him to the last extremity, was too stmng in the great and free country ol lviigland and America to permit any such shameful even though the weakness of the Turks should have allowed it. He was not molested. In this chapter of his history the United States dispatched its steam friirate Mississippi to him, nud he ...... A.uort.v. n Hio .tnp.it--- -"'". '"" of the nation. In 1851, in the month of September, Kossuth nnd hn com- patriots were received on board the warship with due honors. At Snivr- na, Spe.m and other ports he was no- tably honotcd. Kjssuth was one of those men who seemed preord duel by I'rovi lence for tho tisks which they His training not le-- s undertake. than his natural capacity fitted him for the crc.it Pirt he played. lie w-- s a lawyer, a soldier, a stitcsman, a. I'Muca'.e'l ' publicist nud a lcgislntor. at a Protestant College, where he liiina-l-l for the profission of qii.ilifi-.-nn alvocate.he fi It a deep interest in political aflaits which early diverted Prom him Irom the pursuit of uv. the time he to-i- his se t in the National Diet of Prcsburj, at the nge of u to the d to of his y exile, his career is a pirt of the He became n ninr- of Hungarv. Ityr for the liberty of the pir.s efore he became aimrtvrfor political liberty. The tcportsof the proceedings of the Diet which he publiMud infor high volved him in a treason. UiIcimm by the Act of Am- nsty fro:n t;le du.i;con into which lie ,, , bceu clst ho lar.e( at IValha n ...i,:,,!, became the ,..t, potent :., flf-- totnt, ,1,0 ...nine, tin- , der its powerful infl tetics the oppressive feudal system was swept away anil the peas tuts were declared free from the seinorial claims under A JIOYAL MATCH. Boinothlna About tho Young OoDCornod. Tli Ilrli1r-i:tcIn the llcnutirul Arch- durliras t'nrnllnn Mnrln, nn Austrian 1'rlnccM l'rlnro Anfru.t of Saxn- C'oburc tho rortannto Mnn. EXCELSIOR Poo-pl- o SCHOOL DESK CO. r S "OFflLL DIED IN EXILE. Louis Kossuth, tho Hungarian Patriot, Passos Away In ItalyIn tho Lombardlan Villa of Turin Ho Breathes his Last. Tlioiiftli Hiirriiuiiilcil liy Itioxo lie I.ov. Oon. Ed. Porter Thompson, Superin- Tho venerable Austrian emperor had hardly recovered from his surprise at the marriage of two of his grandchildren when ho was called tendent of Public Instruction of the State, has the following to say in regard to the goods of this Company: j',2.B8isior Oliuroh aiidSciioolFurfllsiiinsGoiiipaoy RETTEJOAPQg .WESiNQTiEPtSE orpurc CLAIREI' FOR IT WAS STOOD TrVE TEST. iviS nl Ilrsl thp Kiiilnn IWIrrinrly 10 be I'uinlul llvri llirl'mnllj' to Infrr tin ItftniiliiM In Hip I'liiilhroii, 1,l,t I ,- " iKuTItfs rcintivo. tint "1 li--k 4n In Itlnnnliira 4 w emperor of Brazil. The young nrch- Turin, Italy, correspondent under riuchres belongs to the branch of the date of March 20th, writes to the Courier-JourniHipnilUl llllllll' WIlll'll 1UII1H'IIY as follows, concerning reigned In Tuscany, being a niece of the great Hungarian patriot: the last grand duke. She is tho Louis Kossuth, the Hungarian padaughter of Archduke Carl Salva- triot, died here at 10:55 o'clock totor, who died last year, and Arch- Several night, aged ninety-two- . duehess Maria Immaeulata. Sho was times during, the past few j ears his born inl8G9, nnd was educated under hut with the best tutors and masters in Ausdeath hntl been expcctc-1This tria. The young princess is nn nrtist remarkable vigor he rallied. of ability, nnd has had many paintmorning, after being enfeebled for ings in exhibitions, not ouly in Viensome weeks, it became evident that na but in foreign cities ns well. Their the end was near, and those dearest merit has been recognized frequentto him were summoned to his bedside. ly. The prizes which her pictures Kossuth's end was extremely piin-fu- l. won were received without referenco He showed signs of consciousto her rank and name, as tho picHe expired in ness until the last tures were sent to the exhibitions under pseudonyms. She Is extremethe nuns of his son, and died pressly religious nnd is Interested In nil ing the hand of the Hungarian Depchurch work. uty Karolyi. The members of his Princess Carolina is tall and slenfamily and a lew of his intimate der. Sho resembles more nn Italfriends stood around the bedside of ian than the blouclc raco from which the expiring patriot. she springs. Her hair is dark and Nothing has yet been settled in re her eyes are a brilliant black, Forgard to the details of the funeral. tunately for her, sho has not tho homely long lip of the Hapsburgs, The municipal authorities of this city which lessens the beauty of almost Have offered the lamiiy 10 allow the every member of the family. Princo remains 10 e ouneci in uie rauincon August, of is the son here. of Prmeo Ludwig August, formerly In the mind of the present genera an admiral in the Brazilian navy, tion thc'Tfaihc of Louis Kossuth excit and Princess Leopoldine, of Braed no greater interest than thatarous zil. He war. born In Rio de Janeiro ed by' other illustrious names identili In 1801). He is serving at the present 1.111- 11 1111.11 kllW, UIU UlllUUU UJ ed with the cause of popular liberty , guisi1(j(nor more than three centuries time as an ensign In tho Austrian among nationalities 01 me uni worm. navy. Ho Is said to resemblo In long befote he diew the Thus, many ways his grandfather, the lato But to the preceding generation it was sword for the freedom of his country Dom Pedro of Brazil. significant and affecting. profoundly he had achieved distinction ns a most As the central figure of the Magyar Rapid Reader. undaunted reformer. When the commovement of 1848 to throw off the bined armies of Austria and Russia There are some book's which reHapsburgs, and as the man whose quire particular attention from the crushed the rising Magyar Republic, genius guided and governed the arKossuth sought and receive! through reader, but there Is n young man in mies that fought tor Hungarian liberthe intervention of England and a New England city who, to judge ty, Kossuth stirred the enthusiasm of France the protection of Turkey. At from his own statements, finds noththe American people as no other Euro- Kutshuh, in Asia Minor, where he ing to check the speed with which he reads, even in the most difficult of pean leader has stirred it since. The passed nearly two years of his exile, books. news of the war was eagerly read in he devoted himself to the study of "Everything is easy reading to every town and village of the Union. the English language, mistering it me," he remarked cheerfully to a Public meetings expressive of sympaso completely tint his subsequent friend. "Now people call Euclid's thy for the hero and his gallant com- speeches in tint tongue Elements a hard book. I've heard weie considpatriots were held throughout the He left 'em say so. But I don't. I read it ered models of excellence. land. The outrages perpetrated by Kutahuh during the summer of 1851, through from beginning to end, sir, the Austrian General Haynau could intending to disembark at Marseilles yesterday, inaplcceof the afternoon between dinner and supper." not have provoked a fiercer indignaand journey through Prance. The "Read nil Euclid In one aftertion if they had been committed on French Government refusing him noon!" exclaimed his acquaintance. against American permission, he continued American soil and the voyage "How was that possible?" citizens. The heart of the nation to Gibralta- -, where he was hospitably j "Upon my honor, I did it," re thrilled at the tidings of every victory received and lau lei at Srjthunptou turned the young mnn, witlva broad won by the Magyars and bled over in the latter part of October. After , smile of 'And I every disaster to their arms. spending a month in England he never read smoother reading in my Kossuth was bom in 1802 at Mouok. sailed for the Unite 1 States. The life." "Did you master all tho demonHis family was Croatian. Of this welcome extended by the American II family there remains a grand record 'people surpassed anything of the kind strations and solve all tho problems as .you went?" inquired the other Hetween the yeais of for patriotism. that had been witnessed in this coun- with natural incredulity. seventeen 1527 and 1715 not less than try since the visit of Jyif tyelte in "Demonstrations nnd problems?" of its members were prosecuted by the 1824. The entire population of New queried the young man. "Oh, I supGovernment of Austria. Louis, there- York turned out to see an 1 cheer the pose you mean tho n's and b's ande's fore, inherited his hate for the Aus His tour through and l's and 2's, and tho pictures of heroic Hungarian trian power. It was his most brill- the States was an unbroken ov itiou scratches and scrawls. No, I skipped iant heritage. Kossuth's rebellion The addt esses he delivered in Jhe all those. I readjust Euclid himagainst the Austrian power began to course of it prove I him to be as great self; and I read all "of him in one pieco of the afternoon, too!" Youth's manifest itself when he was thirty an orator ns he wis a soldier and , years old. At that age he was sent to statesman. Their effect was pro ligious Companion. Was Dr. Hale a Prophet? the Diet at Tresburg as a substitute and the country responded with every for an absent magnate. He had but In 18S4 Dr. Edward Everett testimony of confidence and ad 111 i ra- Hale's novel of "Tho Fortunes of little influence in that boJy of aristo tion. The following spring he Rachel" was first published. Tho crats, but he at once began a report of to England, where he resided novel runs to the end'of tho century, its proceedings in manuscript jourfor several years, nud finally retired and, in the year 1900, Tom Poorc, at nal, whose printing was prohibited to Turin All efforts of his country- - v ashingtqji, reviews tho Inst twenty by an ancient law. The Government his exile years of the nineteenth century. He stopped him from lithographing his men to withdraw him from failed, and in 1S79. he lost his rights says In his review: "Thcshares rose journal. Hut he was not to be cast ns a Hungarian citizen, having been again steadily for five years, when I aside by this. He undertook to issue sold again. The crash of 1893 came, voluntarily absent from thecountry for and everybody supposed manufacthe journal, and as there was no law Obediently to turing was at an end. At tho lowten years. to stop him from circulating it in more than scriv- the instinct which draws the aged est depression I bought Stocking manuscript form, he employed nature, the vcueraMc Mag- shares ngain. When tho eners, who copied the journal, and at closer to yar yolaced the closing hours of h s company wound up two years ago times there were as many as 10,000 long life with botanical nirl biological (18y3) tho shares yielded SU.OjO, and copies of it in circulation. Bis sister, Louisa Ruttkay, hero it is." We reprint the passago After this he was exceedingly ac- studies. looked after his household, and in the from the novel, which is not so well tive in many ways that wcie not relknown ns it should be, for the benepretty. Lombnrdinn villa, surrounded ished by the powers. He defended fit of Investors in "the crash of 1893." by a garden, which he planted and political prisoners fiercely, and in 1837 tended himself, Louis Kossuth sank Kerr Randhartlnger and Modern Music he was arrested. The result of the Tho death of Benedict Randhartlnprosecution against him was a term to sleep. Kossuth took great pride in the fact ger, the veteran Austrian musician, ol imprisonment for three years. His is a reminder of how now n thing friends were forbidden him, nud he that in his long life he always earned modern music Is. When ho was born a living unaided. Assistance had been of writing. was denied the privelege in 1802, Josef Haydn, the father of lepeatedly'ofieied him by the Italian In the second year of his imprisonthe symphony, had still seven years ment the rigors of his life were relax- G )veruiueut, and he might have had to live, and when Haydn was born in a pension, but he rejected such offers 1732, Johann Sebastian Bach was in ed, and he was permitted to read political pooks excepted. His selection with scorn. His two sons, both high the midst of his creative work. These was singular. He choose fot his en- in the public service in Rally, also three men join Iiunds across the tertainment an English grammar, wanted to assist him, but he would whole history of modern instrumental music, and it Is startling to Walker's pronouncing dictionery and accept nothing from them Hed:rived reflect that this musician who has from the sde of his conn copy of Shakespeare's plays. He his income just passed away must have talked his first tributions to contemporary literature, with men who could remember Bach. knew n word of English, and lesson was"TlieTotu pest." which consisted of a: tides on historiIJerr Randhartlnger was a schoolIt took him a wcekto get through the cal subjects, speculative p'lilo.ophy fellow of Schubert and n teacher of first pae. In 1.840, under a general and political economy. To be under Liszt, and 0110 of tho most widely-know- n musicians in Austria.. His obligations to others hi eusileicl . amnesty, he was liberated. heilthhad suffeied, but ho was as the prime evils ol life Tu do .somProf. Durnham's Career. fiery as ever. He became associated ething yourself lie reg uded the prime t Prof. S. W. Burnham, who has with a daily paper that had been good. The greatest joy lis in the tho chair uppointed 'III had to just been astronomy to the Univer-of startelat IVstlt, called the Pesth sense of achievement in my place aunng the forces f practical his lib- clr-osGazette." Seven ears after g nature," sud the old patriot, "do you sity of Chicago, is one of the leadingeration he went to the Diet, authorities on double stars. His conthe county ot Pesth. About know what I would chor to be? I 1 lint Innu ir llint llnrwif u wl r nni ! ,inHir 1, ,.,,. this time he began the great work of would be the dew that lulls silently, Vllll!n1l,:inil e(.tion witi, the Lick observatory. his life. He championed the com- and invisibly over thefice of untitre, mon people as against the Hungarian trampled under foot and unconsider- He was one of three highly accom nobility. And then, throwing nway ed, but perpetually blessing and re- plished astronomers who withdrew from tho stair of that institution he became the actual freshing all forms ol life." nil reserve, within n year, much to the consterleader of the people of Hungary nation of devotees of Mollnr science. ngainst thetyrany of Austria. In 1848, There will bo widespread satisfacso keen had become the indignities circles over tion in sufiered by the Hungaiians at the Prof. Burnham's gaining a good ophands of Austria, that the time for portunity to resumo his' work. Bo will have of course, to tho open revolution was near. Hungary now forty-Inc- h telescope soon to bo h P COPYRIGHTS. declared it independence, nnd completed for tho University of ChiVar n I OIITA1N A I'ATIMT was made Governor or l'rciithnt fl Tim mitt nnitrnp nnil iin hnnnkt nTih.lon. mltn (n cago. 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