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WE DO JOB W.ORK Every VOL. VII. "1 ; IK TEE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, EtLlxxca.. stand with Tho Republican. Pay up and onoyoarln Advance and wo will sortd you Tho Louisville Wookly Commorclal ono year free. buDBcrioo at onco. I Will show how you THISTAG HAETFOKD, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1894. aav m NO. 7. PROFESSIONAL CARD. aaaaBlBE?v Itsometinus happens that public business man, nnd no mote prompt Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. Si Gov't Report i A S. II. Tannkh. ments following this article No one need be MUptiscd nt anyWe have examined the iccurds of thing the Democratic papcia may our offices for many jears past aud publish, especially those of thcKcuxcs there is no record ol any suit against having ring They would not hesitate to j Judge H L. I). Gufly publish that Washington was a trait j been instituted in our court during or ami that Benedict Arnold was n that period. He is extremely prompt bON'T ACCEPT miTATlONS. patiiot, or that Cluist bctraytdjudas nnd careful to pay all debts that he thc pnocTtn gamble co, oimtl instead of being betrayed by him, if contracts. His personal cridit, his by such statements they could help fairness in business aud his promp'-nes- s to pay and fulfill his coutiacts is their sinking cause. If the Times ANYWHERE1 would publish Judge Gufly 's Green- beyond question here. Morgantown, Ky,, Aug, 494 back and People's Party speeches, ita EVERYWHERE! W. S. Taylor, Judge Butler Co. readers would get better reading Kiavood Np.KL, P. J M. than they are used to, although fonie SUMMER EXCURSION OH TICKETS M. H. TiiArciitK, C B C C. ! VMTM The Democratic Press Makes a of them were wrong in some respects. Thc Republican party was well ac I certify hat B, U D? Gufly has leGlLCsapoWoiSiilliweslini Vain Attempt to Destroy the quainted with Judge Oufly's history gal title to at least thrtc thousand r long before he was nominated. KAIROAD9 Confidence of the People dollars worth of real estite in this Tolhe Springs and Mounttlm of Vlrflnla. The Republicans know he is capa- town and that it is free from inin Judge Guffy's To the Lakes and Woods or the North, ble, honest and fair, aud is a good cumbrances, and has so owned it for To the Seaihore and the Ooean, Republican, nnd is going to be elect- many years. Integrity. TO flhh THE PROMINENT RESORTS ed. No man's personal creditor promptIK THE Thc Park City Times, of last week, ness to pay and perform his contracts His Friends, Irrespective of made a great blow about K. II. PorUNITED STATES AND CANADA stands higher than Judge Guffy's. ter, Administrator of Mr. farboe's esParty Pay Him a GlowMorgantown, ICy , Aug. 494. Aft WELL Al TO TUB tate suing Judge Gufly for $45, which W,S. Holmes, C. B. C. C. Peasant Spots near Home: ing Tribute. is so far from thc truth that it needs Louisvillr, Ky., Aug. 23, '94 ORAYBON SPRINGS, a notice. Thc facts arc that in 1892, Tow'hom it may concern: We, the DAWSON SPIUNOS, Mr Jarboe was employed to make a EXPLAIN. REEVES CAN undersigned business men of LouisCRITTENDEN SPRINGS, verbatim report of a speech to be CERULEAN SPRINGS, ville, Ky., state that for several years made by Mr GufTy in September 1892. I'aiuou&forthdrSoclal, Healthful, and Economic past Judge B. L D Gufly.of Morgan-towAtlvantafCt. UKKKK RIVr.ll WW UllMCAN. Mr. Jarboe came down here with two Ky , has been our Attorney X.OCAI, gUMDAYBXCUHSIONTICKXTS Wm Small and Wm. Small iiv his othcts nnd thcynll professed to take Mtc on m! brtwtta alt itfttlon within a disPl'fla. down the speech and Mr. Jarboe, as and we have found him to be a first tance of fitly mile and kkxt i'kirndT, Is Small, WJtniC KND TICKETS will be o1dloUHU-ill- . clasn Lawyer and a man of the very Against McmpliU.and I'aducah, from pofau la I part of his contract wa to make highest personal characterand honor. the rid ally of Ukm title a. W. I Rrkvks and others, DePts. out and furnish Mr. Gufly a complete Stege & Coldcwey. Kttc, Kchrdulft and all Information irfardlnf ina trip In any dim. tion will be furnlihtd on appliK. II roRTKR.Ad'm'rofJarboe.l'I'fr. copy, which he never did do, but W. E. Grinstead & Co. cation to any iffut of the stead sent a pajcr full of errors and Against Chesapeake, Ohio ft South west em R. R. Rosenberg, Plexner & Mendel. nothing more than a feeble attempt at au any one requiring book, pamphlet or any B L, D. OulTy. Deft. Bamberger, Bloom & Co. advertising matter, dctcrtbinK any partirutar re Many of thc Democratic papers in repoiting thc substance of the speech Henry H. Wolf & Co. aort or rtaorta.cati procure Mine by writing to onyol thc following lhi district, and out of it, have pub and of course GufTy refused to pay for Mendel, Gosling & Co. j HOWARD JOLLY, ' lishcd with great gusto, n suit for it; and Jarboe recognizing that he was it. nnuoviw Art I am klTkkH luttlcilM Aft-- . Otter & Co. rAiacAti, ay, Miami, forty-fivdollars brought against not entitled to an thing made no at- Wm. T. Rolph. T. B. LYNCH. W.I.McBRIDE. Trav tu Aft.. A(t , Gk I I 'Judge GufTy, in Howling Green, since tempt to collect during the long peri- D. H. Baldwin & Co. LoliaviLLK, KT. uuiTiLLa,xr. for Judge ot od he lived afterwards. But after Por- Blaine & Kincad. I he became a candidate C. 1. CliUUER. AiM trl Muiffr, ET. the Court of Appeals hence we repub- ter was made Adm'r. it occurred to Warren, Doll & Co. LuMMILLE, lish nn article of last wick and will him that he might punish Gufly and Rankins-Snj'd- er Hardware Co , by now give a further sketch of the suit make a stir in the election. P. B. Rankins. A good many years ago Porter sued of Smalt against Keeves. (rft. Louis Southwestern Hy.) In this suit it is charged, in sub- Mr. Herald in this county for some TO stance, that Wm, Small has always coal interest and by some means got been no weak minded that he was In a judgment Afterwards soiue furThat he ther litigation ensued between some capable of doing business inherited several thmsind dollar- one else and Mr;. Herald nnd Herald THE ONLY LINE With through Car Service from of land from his ftther'a estate. employed Mr. Gufly to defend that Kxcorwtnii It Ion. That in 1885 the defendent, Reeve, suit and iu doing so Gufly learned thc For Colored Kmaucipntioii Oelebra well knowing the incapacity of wnd previous judgment was erroneous TD tion at Greenville, Ky., September Small, and having the full confidence and appealed the Porter case for Herhaving obtained it ald aud it was reversed by the Court 22, 389, tickets will bo on sate at of said Small, while nctiug as his confidential ad- of Appeals and the costs etc. fell on Beaver Dam, September 22, at 7Cc. No ebungo ol Cars to viser, aud attorney, and this with the Porter, hence his personal as well as for the round tiip, "goi(f to return September 23, 1894. lull knowledge aforesaid and under political spleen against GufTy. OU IKTtiltMEMTti POINTS. It very often happens that men are defendant circumstances aforesaid, 81.50 round trip from Beaver Dam induce aud sued by Administrators of dead men to Princeton Sunday, Sept. 10 Spec-ia- l Reeves did cause said Wm. Small to execute to on contracts atul claims that are not train will leave Beaver Dam at just nnd often make men pay unjust Rtcves mortgage in the Cnrriiu through Couches ami said thousanda and five hundredsum of claims tecause a living man can not 7:10 a. m. Returning, leave Piiuce-to- n and Traversing the two at 11:30 p. m. Tickets will also Pullman Sleeper. fifty-sidollars, when Mid Small did be a witness as to his dealings with uml timber be good returning on No. 0, Septemfinest funning, grazing a dead nun. ofmon-ey- , not owe said Reeves any sum II. Muruigk. lamls. Ami teaching the most prosNo man's reputation as a fair man ber 17th. and sometime since September nnd debt paying citizen stands higher perous tonus tuid cities In tho 1886, defendant Reeves procured n He-membsale of said land and thc same was than Judge Guffy's, ns thc statements published herewith show. sold under a judgement of thc Todd The coaise remarks of the Times-GazetYeilding Crcuit Coutt, without nny one being FAHMINO LANDS. made in regard to Mr. Helm, all tho cetcnls, corn and appointed to defend for said Small abundantly of this county, may have contributed cotton, ami especially adapted to tho and Small's land, or enough of it, to his defeat in the Domoctatic Concultivation of small fruits and early was sold to pay Reeves claim, then Plnintifl vention, but coarse remarks about amounting to $3,170 40. vegetables. set Judge GufTy will not defeat him. Con!, 'nl. Affording pras that the sale of land be GRAZING LANDS. Hear the Times' man in the Weekly I have sold my interest in the aside and that he be allowed to defend during almost the excellent pasturage thc mortgage suit aud that his land of July 4th: "He (Helm) would rat- Johnson and Mosely Coal Bank to eutiro year, ami comparatively close be restored to him aud if the land be tle around in Mr. Goodnight's shoes Albert Rial and have opened another to tho great markets. not restored to him. that he have like a pumpkin seed in a bladder." coal bank on the farm of J. W, Reeks, TIMBER LANDS. Covered with judgment against Reeve?. Coleman Among the able men iu the halls of three miles cast ot town. Send me almost inexhauhtihle forests of yellow & Gill defendants, for $4 380, from the the national Congress he would be a your orders and I will guarantee jou nonentity too small to be seen with the good coal. Respectfully, pine, cypress and tho hard woods time the lauds were sold. common' to Arkansas and Eastern naked cje." "Mr. Helm came into N. Gallagkr. r fudge Reexes denies the allegations Texas. prominence as a political highwayof the plaintiffs petition, and in the Can bo procured on rearonahle aud Trnrliera .Vollcf. man." wind up ot his answer sajs in advantageous terms. The Teachers of the Buford MagisWe guess Guffy's suit would rattle That more than Cie years terial District are earnestly requested had elapsed atter the mortgage, etc., around in this suit ot Reeves like a to meet promptly at 8 o'clock a. m. All linen comirrl Willi nml linve Uric and after the judgment and sale of mustard seed in a hogshead etNfiu an!eIf tli on the 3d Saturday in September so We, the undersigned citizens of the business can be transacted by xi the laud, wherefore the defendent Reeves pleads and relies upon the Morgantown, Ky., say that we have o'clock. J. L. Klmoru, Vice Pres. Ticket Agent for statute of limitation as a bar to any been well acquainted with Judge B. Alick Bowman, Scc'y. Ask your nearest the action aud prayj that I, D. Gufly for many years and cheertables, etc, aud write to recovery in maps, time Fourth UUIrJcl. plaintifTs petition be dismissed. fully state that his reputat.ou as to any of tho following for all informa The Hon. John W. Lewis, RepubThe suit against Reeves was filed, his personal business aud his prompt- lican nominee for Congress, from the tion you may dcsiro concerning the as we are told, in July 1893 and is not ness to pay all his debts is of the very Fourth Congressional District will trip to tho Great Southwest. an electioneering scheme like the one highest order. He is not a rich man address the people at the following R. T. G. MATTHEWS, against Gufly, The attorney for but for many years has owned con- times and places: Dis't Pass. Agt., Louisqille, Ky. plaintiff, Small, is Ii. F. Proctor, a siderable property in this Town liable s E. W.LaBEAUME, Hartford, Saturday Sept. 15, at 1 prominent Democratic lawyer, of to execution. p. m. , G. P. A Tkt. Agt., St. Louis, Mo. Bowling Green, Ky. We do not mean by this statement McIIenry, at night. J. A. EDSON, We do not pretend to say that that we favor the election of Mr. Guf-f- y Brandenburg, Monday Sept. I7,ati Gen'i Supt., Texarkaua, Tix. but make it because it is true. We p. in. Reeves is in the wrong, nor that he is iif the right, for we do not know. will vote as we please. Morgantown, Everybody Invited to attend and We are satisfied that Judge Gufly does Ky., Aug. 4th, 1894. hear the issues of the day ably not owe Jarbcc's estate an thing and W. C. Smith, Hotel Prop., that the suit against him was gotten G. B. Phelps, Att'y at Law & P. M. a BBsBSV. a tii i hpVSBsaaVI up either to force him to pay a claim Neel Bros., Groceries & Hardware. WiCAVtAIOJ RAUL MAKKS he does not owe or to try to help A. T. Dockery, Atty, COPYRIGHTS. IV CAW I OBTAIN A PATENT? a Reeves perhaps both objects were in Jno, M. Carson, Cashier Morgantown prompt aniwAr im an faoneit opinion, writa to Miii(NA- - iui.. who have had nearly ihr vaara view. We are satisfied Gufly will Dep't Bank. xpcrl unoo in the patent tmatnaaa. Commnnloa-tlo- ru ktriotl? confidential. A llaadboak of Id Anthony Thatcher, Co. Supt. I4v.ft?"-- Q not plead limitation. formation ooncemluc I'nleala and bow to ob tain mem aentrrea. juaoacataiofuoexi N. T. Howard.Co. Atty. A lal ami kumttHn Imkka aat fra. & Co, latenu taken throub Maun Ttoarrf J. P. Philips, Groccryman. tpeoiaJ tntbflHclentlOe Amerlran ana thaa are brougbt widely beore tbe pubhowlto THERE'S A DIFFERENCE JN SIZE J. U Harreld, Druggist. Af ont eiwt to tba Inrentor. TUli aolebdld mmt. "w . between Vr, Hereof raiete ana llloatrmted. baa br fartbii luued wieklr, elaautlrany Iiafortd U hxifamtiu. W. T. Kiitinger, Druggist. far eat qiroulatloa ot acienUno work to tat Terr other pUl. The roileU are GJ- a year, ttanbie eotlf tent rrea. Who say tha clouds of life hart not world.. 93 snuuier Ana tau uweroam iu f Jaf nlldloa.monthly. pXQ a year. SlotU J, A. Tanner & Co., Dry Goods. ftlWcr lining? Look at little 4 year old size, with tbelr sugar coating 4wnia JA Bflnu. Hvarr numbar oontaJnalMu In colon, and pnoutcrapba of aew mj ttfal platen. plana, B. P. Smith, Grocerymau, maaM inem uu wuu OroTcr Reynolds, Watson, III. His with enabllnf builders to abow tba houioa. LT r G. W. Leach, Blacksmith. father, Daniel W. Reynolds, aftor lateit deelrna and aeenra contractu Addreea But there a difference all describing the little sufferer's lonr through. Tboy'ro eosicn McClain Taylor, M. C. B. C. C. (rarel llluou, continues: "Fin all m toe way fney aoti .'I SA M. Porgy. - , J. waa forced into the urethra and re30 gnping;, no ticblood poisonreacwv, ienoe,no mained there, producing W. J. Finley, D. D. afterward They ing and dropsical effusions. He naa Dedo permanent i T. C. Carson, Prest. Morgantown ,'TiiWBBBBBBBr 1 treated by a council of eminent phyfood. They rwr-sicians. They made incisions to let the posit Bank. ulaie the srvtenias wH M water out and finally properly advised eleanse ajut raaovU ltj Jos. R. Dabbs, Saddlery & Harness. an operation, but confessed the Uttlo Hkk or Baioua Headache, sufferer was so weak death would likely R. B. Morehead, M. D. mum Attaib, aad aM de-result I refused and began giving him A. Cherry, M. D. R Dr,r Fenner'a Kidney and Backacha raaflemerj had been entonach. I was Sheriff of Butler county for Cure. Before ene bottle become so far tirely taken the stone had pSSwaH! j m T ourad. four years commencing January let, dissolved by tho remedy that It passed CUBES MOTWHMWT HIES, VtA HH u vvjpw mXmM uUI wr) 1IiJJT SBJff I AI 1883, and ntu now Deputy Sheriff. ont of itaeff and tho child Is well and a wm up aS alwaya freth and reUaale: This shows ita power During all this time I have been well sound a sunk and in dissolving atone. It Is equally.pow They're gnaranUtd Id known f r tht MiT ftre satiefaeltoa, u erery acquainted with Judge Gufly and per- erful for good in all kidney diseases. VAt eiLVI. returned if satisfaction act eaaa. or tha nunarr la ra-sonally observant of his conduct as a Money Take a bottle home ncaittstai ttem c st. torn. Trmrt tarnsd, What offer ooold be raker t fWcn VI 1BC wcsx v men neglect to pay their debts, but or honorable man in nil re meets can Judge Gufly in not of that class, hence be found than Judge Gufly hns been we publish what his neighbors say of during all these years MOHOANTOW'.V, KY., All,? 4, 'O. him in that regard: Read the state- OT LAWYER, OWENSBORO, KY. "W LYTLE, 99oPURE ter IXyPovwier AlVSQIJLrTELY PURE TTjt AN AWFUL to 1 and adjoining counties. Special attention: given to collections'. Office, Bank df Commerce Building. Will practlccJiis profession in Daviess Jns.fl.hl ' f. LAWYSRS: HARTFORD.-K-Y. t. a t waiiiiiu lENir&WEDDrara. OYfAnlerion'a Bazaar ) r VI J! ! ? NARROW MINDED. FIX. It was Kitty rno who first suggested that our prescription was not n, 1 tb. e Cotton Belt Route Attend tho Ohio mm Arkansas, Texas - Fair and spend a pleasant time County 1MF1 TBti, Two Daily T ains x Great Southwest. The te Fair. the date er September 26 days. four sub-Manc- c: Cotton Belt Route dis-cuss- rIBMklA F TAQLER'S RLE BUCKEYE 01NTMEHT llmrr nMnv , lJ cirtain ourk r aiwfeVw al 1 ." to-da-y. "Not at all. I haven't-- ," "Hush hero she comes! I I can't "Thoro Is nothing to distract his meet her again!" thoughts here," I snld.n "She here? Bbsb'!,f tI "Will you speak to him, then?", I turned around and behelcV my asked Kitty, anxiously. wife. With a gasp I fell back a step. She was very much In earnest, Jack, tore past Kitty and' vanished ... II At A !. i wuuwiii uur iiirau tilings bo throUffh the open: window? of tba dclicatclv and tact full v.'1 I suff - drawing-room- . gested. "Well, was he reasonable?" asked "Oh, I .couldn't think of. it, Kitty. Robert," said Kitty, blushing. I could say nothing. I admired her dellcacy.j , hope you were gentle with hjra. Ho was pacing up and down tho He"I a nice Is boy though partlcu gravel walk, hitting nt my flowers larly silly one. He meant ano harm, nnu smoKing ono 01 nu witn ins suck, my cigars. When I joined him and' "Was 'was ho?" I stammered.' iiiikcu my arm uirougu ms ue "What the dickens does it mean? started. "Only that he has quite forgotten "Jack," said I, "wouldn't you bo Clara WMiinson, and" better away from hero? Come, you Well?" know what I mean. You are do "And that youiiavogol rathef a great hand at a secret." "iMd nice wife," she whispered. I " ho began, stammering, "I you say anything about me?" aud In great confusion. I looked at her for a moment. "I know ull about it," said I, en"Say anything about you?" I recouragingly. "I thought you'd get peated. MWhy?" good out of the place, but it's clear "Oh, I didn't know whether. he you haven't quite tho contrary, was very sorry at the thought 'of You want to sec new things and leaving us," she stammered, flushnew pcoplo and forget this " I ings paused for a word, and ended "this "Of course ho was." unhappy mistake of yours." "What a foolish boy ho is to fall "Upon my honor, you are a good in lovo with a woman who cares fellow," ho exclaimed. "I don't nothing for him, and who, besides " know another man who would havo "That woman should deem herself treated mo ns you have," and ho cov- lucky to havo won his esteem," I ered his eyes with his hand. cried. "Oh, nonsense; it's nothing. I "But she doesn't," said Kitty, hope I'm always willing to do my softly. "How can she?" friends a turn. But it's no use, Is "Is there a bcttcrfellow alive?" I It? It gets worse and worse." demanded. "I'll go," ho said with u sigh; "I "Yes." . won't stay a minute. After what "Who?" say I couldn't. And, old man, I you "You." don't know how to thank you. Many "Poohl What havo. I to do with fellows would havo taken tho way I It?" havo been going on badly; most "A great deal, surely." would" "WhyI am not In the position to "Oh, we mado allowance for you. statfd botwecn Jack and 'his love," Young men mustn't be judged too "Oh, Indeedl" poutlnp..,4 harshly." "bf course not,; If coulcl1 lead a true friend. It "But you're him to the arms of tho woman' lie mnkes mo feel bad, I can tell you, loved I would do so wlthTa' glad' Bob." "Oh, you'll soon forget it when heart. But you say be has 'forgotten Clara Wilkinson utterly?'1 you're on the move." "I am sure that he has:1' try. By Jove, I willl" ho ex"I'll "I am glad of It, 1 would rather claimed, earnestly. see him In love with any woman "Do; It only needs a little resoluthan her." tion. Because, between ourselves, "Why, you foolish old followl" ex,you know, you oughtn't to bo inconclaimed my wife. "I really belleye. solable." you don't know who the new lovo Is." "Eh?" "I don't." "In my opinion, Jack, you've had, "Listen," she said, laying" ono an escape. And you can take my word for it. Remember, I know tho hand appcalinglyj upoumy "arm, "You dear old fellow,; I thought you lady pretty well." "Oh, you mustn't say a word knew all about t Now, doa't in. against her," ho protested; "she's terrupi me once1 until 1 have told been all that's good, and kind, and" you all about It1. Jack "carae hero, "Of course, you say that," I In- with a sore, blooding heart: Tnlnk-Inconstantly of tho bliss' H6' had "I suppose terrupted, Impatiently. you'ro bound to, but It won't go lost, he began to watcli'our happidown with me. If over there was a ness. Suddenly he made a start ling discovery. Ho found that he was in heartless, worthless jade" love with another woman That He started away from me. woman was L But ho wasa loyal "Bobl" ho cried. But I was determined he should friend, and I a true, loving wlfp, who thought her husband tho best, truest hear the unvarnished truth, "If ever a woman," I pursued, and noblest of men. Of course." you "led a young fellow on deliberately, understand that h6 didn't tell mo wickedly, never meaning anything that he had made such an awful disexcept to get him in her tolls and covery, but trust a woman to find out that a mau is fond of her.'f then turn him adrift with a laugh "Good heavens!" I cried, 'and that's what she meant with you. Oh, rushed ino the bouse. I know her no ono botterl" That young man would go and tell Tho unhappy young man turned all tho club that my wife and I oh, pale and his lips trembled. "Now you know tho truth about Lord. "Jack, Jack, Jack; you young her and I hope you'll proceed to put her Imago out of your heart," I fooll'Tyelled despairingly, Tho butler appeared. said. "Mr. Vincent,, sir, has Just jumped "I'd have staked my life on her!" sir It was at the "She she seemed into the ho murmured. so different, Bob, I could not help It. door by your orders and driven off like mad He said ho was summoned She never" "You wcro only tho victim," I in- to town, sir." I sank down In a chair. Presently terrupted, patting his shoulder, "I I shall go at onco. I can't Kitty cme In, laughing. "Ob, dear," sho said, "and I stay hero. This revelation you aro telling mc tho truth, aren't you, thought you wcro so very nice and considerate In pretending not to Bob?" "Honestly, to tho best of my see tt" Then the silly little woman weat knowledge," I answered, firmly. off Into a fit of giggling. "Howawfull" said lie, To sober her, I told her the opinion "Surprised, aro you? Why, any of thc fellows at the club could havo of her und our doaMUqryWj , , j ( told you the, samo old story," wnieuaaoj "AwfulP ho murmured, gating al telegrams. Out the young rufflao me. "Come, come,' said I, "it's possl-- r ho may break his heart next' time; bio to mako (00 mucti of such a and. welcome had gone straight to trouble us this. When ouo's oyes tho club. When I go there now they ask me arc onco ojKiied ' and I ended sympathetically If matters are aaj with a shiug of the shoulders. better, I know what they mean. Suddenly ho held out his hand. "Shako hundH, old man," he said N. Y. Journal, stupid. I A ! working well. As soou us she spoke 1 was bound to admit It. I had imagined that Jack would cusily jet over his unfortunate attachment; I expected that, after a few quiet weeks with us, ho would forget Clara Wilkinson and her disgraceful treatment of him. 'Ho Is getting no good at all here," she suld most positively. "Iu his own Interest I must ask you to send him away' "The girl 1ms spoiled his wholo life!" I cried, angrily. Kitty looked at mo for a moment, but said nothing. "1 suppose you nro right. Ho would bo better In a livelier place." "Of course ho would, you dear old stupid," said Kitty. I did not seo that 1 had been I shook bauds. He was much moved and I dfdn't wish to' appear cold. "I shall go straight," tie repeated. "Tomorrow tnornlng WllJ do." tho next train. Aud "No, you you must stay hero?", "Of course 1 must stay hero," I said, staring In my turn. "It's bad for mo, old;cha,w he) said, laying a hand oa my shoulder, "but, by Jove, what must It bo for you?" "Formol" I exclaimed. "What in thunder do you mean?" "That womahr hd exclaimed "and how you keep It upt Ono would think to seo you well, It Is brave. It would kill me in a month It's brave, thaVswhatltlsl" "What are you talking about, lad? I haven't spoken' to her for three years." "Except before strangers! heavens!" t (Office, Will pracfico their profession in ah the courts of Ohio and adjoining coua-tie- s, and court of Appeals. Special attention given to criminal practice and collections. HARTFORD, KY. Will practice hit profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given to colfections. Office east side of public square. M. L. pm Hkavrin, HEAVRIN 1 t it Shfldv Taylor. & TAYLOR Good Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY Yla Pactice thier profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and in the Court ot Ap-- r peals. Special attention given to collections. Office, next door to Bank oi Hartford. aJB . Perry Westerfield, Attbrney at Law! Beaveb Dam, Ky. K.D.OUFFT. o-xiay- I I - 'ttorneys Wt Ifaw, Will practice ni all courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, Superior Court and Court of Appeals. Collections and all legal business attended to. Office 329 E. Market St, sc Klaafffo. ' B.J. BINGO X v- - 1 m B. E. WEDDING, Attorney at Law, Hartford, Ky. Will practice bis profession ll the courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. .Office, room 20, Hartford House. in-a- jJMO W. H BAR1VEST St Llff I t Hartfotfd, Ky. counties and Court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office over Carson & Co. practice WILL courts' of his proieeion in 'all' Ohio and adjoining' Jo. B. ROGERS; m' Attorney at Law, HARTPORri lfV practice" hii profeAioiT in the iajuri,ui wujumu aujujniDgcouDiica. ' Careful attention givmr to all buaineai entruifed to him. Office in Republican Building. "Will : T -' J.jtCii rTlKT.L.b ir!Ha)'. EiI g DENTIST HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, Is prepared to do any and all kinds of Dental Operations. Prices most reasonable. Office over Williams & Bell's Drug Store, 1 'H' HJUKflPfi dog-car- t, , OFFICE OVERBED FRONT Is prepared to do all kiada of Dental work at reasonable prices. PENTIST. t vWflafijiWM, the celebrated Female Regulator, are perfectly safe and always retia ble. For all Irregularites, painful Suppressions, (bey Menstruations, never fail to afford a speedy and NO EXPERIMENTbut 1 t A.a ""tkt "ITI: TJTIv A aoienuno auu poBmvcrciici,uu4Jiw All oalfj after years of experience. orders supplied direct from our of- ' .Ai...A Wl.Wj U4 i? ace. Jrnco irar pauaairc, at fin. mm sixlMckagps for $0.0", by mail poet. EVERY PACKAGE1 GU ANTEED. Particulars (sealed) 4c. AU Correspondence strictly Confidential. PARKKEMEOYCO. Boston, Mass, - pills L A t,vf.-j- - f-- rv ei1 - r V ss- fiia - .crsriagaftcg- - fc Mtf V I t Hartford Republican dUBLISIJKD EVEKY FiUDAY M0HN1MQ HARDINSBDEG. Hon. JO. K1ltof and Proprietor. a. JUMJKIIN, Friday, SiU'TOtiiim Mi i94. We nre authorized to announce K. T. Williams As the Democratic nominee for County Judge of Ohio county. Klcctton, 'November 6, 1894 We are authorized to announce John M. Luacii As the Democratic nominee for the office of Assessor of Ohio county. Election, November 6, 1S94. Domocratio Tiokot. ron county jiwuk. John W. Lewis, Republican Candidate for Congress, Addresses an Enthusiastic Crowd of Voters. Tho Now Gamo Law Ho- - farnl Unless lie docs so with hW gun. The partridge coop and ntt are theic-for- e unlawful. This stntutc also is When favorable to the city dude. the nlmrods; from the cities take their guns aud dogs and hie them to the country for quail shooting, they should meet with a warm reception from farmers throughout the State. We use the word warm in the sense of violent, vehement, furious, etc. It would serve them right. Roiiin Hood. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Pair Highest Award. TcncherV Jlortinjc. CLOVERlWf. Audience who Wants a Change" Hears" Hon. John W. Lewis Speak. Drockonndgo quircs Farmors to Shoot Partridgos.QuailSjOtc, County will Qivo hiin a Hand some Majority. Clovkkport, KyM Sept. 11. Hopublicau Ticket. Assiguctd work ot the Heading Cir IlAKDiKsnuRO, Kv Sept io.j, The new Kentucky Statutes, comV clo for Rosine District to bo held at piled.by J3orbour and Carroll, and! Mt. Olivet, Saturday, Sept. 15, '!4. rphnted by the. Courier-JournCo., Introductory Discussion of "Ends are.Dcuer man tuc old ones. mey and Means of School Government" to al A magnifU centaudiencc greeted Hon. John W. Lewid, Republican candidate for Con gress, at Nanlinsburg yesterday. It Has not a County Court d.iy nud nothing save the speaking to draw so large a crowd to town. He spoke for nearly two hours to an audience that could not havo been lea than 800 the large court room was crowded, uot even standing room left. This fact is given special prominence, as evidence lugagreat desire on the part of tho people for "a change." When even the matchless oratory of a Republic an can so well draw in Kentucky, it is certainly a good omen. Mr. Lew is meets in n telling way, that is it tells against Mr. Montgomery, the statements made in n little newspaper published at Eluahethtnwu, that he, Lewis, is dodging and running from Montgomery, that Montgomery can't get a joint debate with him. Tho truth is, Lewis can't ntliird to draw crowds for Montgomery ami organize his party for him, even if he did not have the good and etlicicnt reasons given to Mr. Montgomery at Hodgen ville for not discussing with him. Mr.LewidulfcO spoke here last night Editor Rkpuhmcak. - 4 f are quite convenient for the legal fraternity; arc well arranged, well print edandquitcSvcll indexed', Chairman John Monarchy of the Democratic Committee of Uiis county, has arranged a list of appointments for the Democratic county candidates. They will begin their speaking tour Klerllon.nr. A. on the second of October at Stephens-por- t. Lewis, of For Congress John Republican candidates arc inWashington county. For Appellate Judge B. L.D. Guffy. vited to meet them on the stump, and will propnbly accept the invitation. For County Judge John P.Morton. For Sheriff Cal. P. Keown. Messrs. Green and Mayor, of Falls For County Clerk D. M. Hocker. of Rough, are here attending the For County Attorney E. P. Neal. Brcckenridgc Normal College under For Assessor N. C Daniel. For Jailer John W. Black. rrof. Shacklett. " 'For Surveyor G. S. FiUhtf gh. v Miss Ora Alexander was in town Galin C Westerfield. , For Coroner last week visiting friends. magistrates: Hartford A. S. Aull. Miss Mary E. Bowmer left last SatRosine C. L, Woodward, urday in company with Miss Anna Cromwell Jont B. Wilson. Gardiner. Miss Gardinergoes to Fordsville to teach in Union College. Buford Miss Bowmer goes to Ashland to coxsTnnu:: Hartford Hosea Shown. teach music in one of the .schools at Rosine Thomas Allen. that place. Cromwell R. B. Martin. If the people of Graysou county arc Fordsville Buford not posted on the tariff question it won't be the fault of the Grayson Judge Guffy continues to grow in Eagle. That Republican sheet is popularity, nud friends come every giving out yards of tarifl editorials. day to his banner. Being a man of It states nothing but facts and though the psoplc, realizing and recognizing they be perhaps a trifle dry, yet they their needs, his canvass meets with are true and cannot be refuted by unstinted favor, and the weak at Democracy. tempt of the opposition to prejudice Congress has adjourned. We .will his interests only strengthens his soon be rid of another stench in the nostrils of the people. We refer to cause. the Democratic primary in the SevTo say that such a man as John W. enth Congressional District of KenLewis is not aide to meet a man tucky. of such ordinary ability as that of Hon. Chas. Blandlord and Judge Mr. Montgomery, is tho sheerest Johnson, of Lebanon, were in town nonsense. He has made it imposible Monday with Hon. John W. Lewis. ior Mr. Lewis to meet him, and yet So also was Mr. W. A. Smith, of wishes to play the part of a hero Holt, this county. when refused. This is the height of Mrs. Emma Haswell aud Mr. Ed impudent cowardice. Haswell and wife, oi Circleville, O., are in town the guests ot Mr. John Last week Vermont gave a Repub- P. Haswell, Sr. lican majority with an increase of Miss Katie Eskridge will teach for Now comes glorious old a while in the public school at this 10,000. Maine this week with a 37,000 suow place this fall. under for Democracy. These are but Superintendent Driskell has apstraws which can be safely taken as pointed Messrs. Allen Kincheloc and an indication of the stroke which will Sam Pate as the County Board of Exbefall the enemies of good govern- aminers. ment in November all over the Hon. John W. Lewis spoke here country. Watch Kentucky and the Monday. The court room was well Fourth Congressional district. fillcd.iuany being unable to find seats and were forced to stand. Mr. Lewis The Democrats are hard pressed before he entered the rostrum had when, after being driven to the wall convinced all who met him that he by their own reckless administration was a high toned gentleman of a geof National and State affairs, and nial, disposition and pleasing manner. beeing defeat staring them in tho face, His speech was just what it should It was not delivered they go about trying to besmirch the have been. boastingly, or with the intention to good name and reputation of Republican candidates by having petty law- deceive or mislead. It was spoken in While We a pleasing view throughout. suits brought against them. it was interspersed with pleasantries, Republican give from the Green River this week a completo refutation of it was by no means light or flippant. He dealt largely and effectively iu the infamous charge so slyly made by facts. The tariff question was hantho opposiion, and also a little history dled with consummate skill and to which tho people would like to hear the entire satisfaction of his audience. friend Reeves explain. The Democracy was terribly arraigned for its inconsistency and insincerity ISvEitYWiinitE the canvaes of the in dealing with this most important Hon. John W. Lewis awakens the issue. Altogether Mr. Lewis gave His recent entire satisfaction to the party in the healthiest enthusiasm. trip through Hardin and Breckitn county. He has made friends aud ridge counties has been attended with votes. He has materially brightentho most gratifying results. It is re- ed the prospects of Republican sucBreckenridge gretted by Republicans, and Repub- cess in this county. licans alone, that Mr. Montgomery's county will give Lewis a majority in absolute refusal to extend those cour November, tesiesdue one gentleman from another The Kentucky Legislatures have makes it impossible for a joint dis- been noted for many things. The last cussion of the political issues of the one made no particular reputation for day. Mr, Montgomery expected and itself. It seems to have attended to desired no joint discussion. He knew the business before it promptly and that because of his own act he would then adjourned, Its early adjournbo refused by Mr. Lewis and the Re- ment, however, was probably brought publicans, and merely asked a divis- about by the fact that it was compellAmong the acts ion in order to make capital out of a ed to do so by law. passed by it then is one that deserves refusal ho know ho would receive, refer to an act of Feband that, too, by reason of his own attention. We ruary 27, 1894, entitled "Game and conduct. Birds." Sec. 1944 reads as follows: 'No person shall catch, kill, or purThe Democratic papers Bay that sue with such intcnt,or havethesame the good effect of the new tariff bill in possession after it has been caught was almost instantaneous in Berlin, or killed any quail, partridge, or Fraukfort, ChemniUaud other export pheasant, between the first day of centers of Germany. Yet they fail January and the fifteenth day of Noto tell how this in any way benefits vember iu each year." This statute American workingmen, or how it plainly bears the ear marks of the gives the American farmers any bet Kentucky Fish and Game Club, The ter markets for their produce to feed Kentucky Fish and Game Club is Wouldn't it composed principally of gentlemen these workingmen. been much nicer if these sheets from the city of Louisville, the most have They could have truthfully called attention of whom are business men. generallytake an outing during the to the resumption of our large AmerDecember, For ibis reasican manufactories in tho same lino holidays of Germauy, with on it is now unlawful to shoot quails of business as those in from the fifteenth of November a great demand forworkiugmen, and save The birds to the first of January, as a consequence of this general arc thereby saved until the gentle opeuiug up of busiucsjj that the demen of Louisville are ready q go out mand for farm and garden products and bag them. We believe in game was greater than ever before, and laws but are not prepared to tamely that, too, at advanced prices? Yes, submit to legislation in favor of the that would have been glorious news, pents of the citv. Another section . but when, oh! when nmW this chanter reads as follows: Sec; 1947; ""Ko person) shall at any People who live in new countries time catchkilf or nke by means of nre liable to be prostrated by malarial net, trap, box sejne, prJia'Tn posInhabitants of cities, by session after haying been to j,caught, fevers. killed. or'takeVouy.qiiails, 'partridge of bad drainage and unwhol-Eureason By reason of this odors, suffer from similar diseas- or pheasant." a fanner cautfotprocurc'a dish es. Ayer'fl Ague Cure is warranted statute of quails for hhJ table from hid own u tpecifle for p)l malarial poisons. SB& SLl55s j , lute's School Managementn. C. Crmwler. - From pages 17 to 2- 0- E. P. Taylor. i Prom 20 to 38 It. A Byere. From !18 (048 Miss Hue Monroe. Introductory Discussion of Folk Lore; its purpose and ho v it should be studied'' G.W.Miller. Nature and Value of Folk Lore pages-seventce- in - J. II. Leach. Li-ki- le me County Fair and bring your family good order, large line crowds and stock. Reproduction of the "Culprit Fay" in prose F. M. Petty, ns, It. P. American Folk Dyers nud British It. A. Miss Alicct Plummer. Reproduction of "Tristram of Lyon uesse" iu prose F. L, Sanderfur. Wo hopo that not only those who are assignod work, but all tho teachers in the District will make a careful study of tho work assigued them that the day may be both interesting and profitable. Remember that we are nonor bound to prepare our work and attend the Association. 1 t loamrgcnumcnce. m uh JiamlUng John B. Taylor, Instructor. at the ool ami bugnr features of the Bill, he is portion. "W. mriyuoppy. no cou .ued biiutcll oil peo- tuely to the ecouonnc .iuestiou em u .u u mi ...... .nu i..teilsses me Miiuiu uiiii'ii jiecessaruy em braced Congress from the time it cou w vened in extraordinary ee.ion until Mc-Hen- ry from sheer exhaustion it went glimmering, Irom a business standpoint alone. His gpecche arc ireo lrom pahsiou ami partisan rancor, nud ad druses the thought aud judgment of - the people. Governor t will give him as big a majority ai Blandlord got over Giofcs and probably a larger one. l'nhllp .SpcnUltiir lln ckeuridge can taUly be put down Tho following is a list ot appointat J100 majoiity for Lewis. ments for the county candidates as It U very annoying to Mr. Montagreed upon by the different commit, gomery and his revenue officers, that tees. They will speak at the following Mr. Lewis will not permit them to times nud places in the mouth of Oc- force him to shake the "bloodv shirt" tober: in order that Mr. Montgomery may Hartford Monday, 1st. appeal to the paions aud prejudices Victory Schoolhouso at night. ot the people, while he runs away Sulphur Springs Tuesday, 2d. from the most damuable record any Horso Branch Wednesday, "d. man ever made in Congress. Mr, Rosine Thursday, 4th. Lewis shows up his record, which is Mount Pleasaut at night. altcady written, nud no joint djfeus Select Friday, 5th. mou could elucidate or explain. Mr. Cromwell at night, Lewis ihiuks it a little strange, that Reaver Dam Saturday, Gih, with a good chaueo nearly every hour Prentis Monday, 8th. in tho day, for seven years, to havo a McHenry Tuesday, 9th, at night. debate Mr. Muntgomeiy never had a Wednesday, 10th. Centertown debate, but is now aied with an al Point Pleasaut Thursday, 11th. most uncoutrolablc desire to Dlv Equality at uight. BATE. Why? Mr. Montgomery Ceralvo Friday, 12th, at night. is no debator,he cuifl even declaim as Rockport Saturday, 13th. well ai nu.iy sch) i boys fif;een ye in Beda Monday, 15th. old, he is bound to know that. Mr. Buford Tuesday, 16th, at night. Lewis is an orator, he is the peer of Bells Run Wednesday, 17th. any man on the stump iu Kentucky. Magau Thursday 18th. Ah, here it is; Montgomery wants a Deanefield at night quarrel, wants something to draw the Fordsville Saturday, 20th. miudsi)f the people from the purely Shrove Monday, 22d. business questions presented, which Olatou Tuesday, 23d. sture him iu tho face with threatening All day speakings to begin at one results, wants passiuu aud prejudice 1 o'clock, promptly. aroused to bolidtfy hi wants, To do G, B, LlKKNtf, this he would be willing for Lewis to ChWn Dem. Com-flay him alive and to inpale htm on the IX Gum, sharp points of irony and sarcasm each Ch'm'n Rep. Com. day iu the week if it would inflict a J. P. Mim.i:k, little life into bin languishing Ch'm'n P P Com. Lewis will ppeak at Union and, Providence permit Siar Iu all that goes to strengthen aud ting will addres your good people at build up the system weakened by Hartford on Saturday, A. J. disease aud paiu Ayer's Sarsaparilla is the superior medicine. It neutral I'friilttir lf IKclf, Hood'g Sarsaparilla is peculiar to izes tho poisons left iu the system after diphtheria aud scarlet fever, and iteelf, in a strictly uudiciual sense, in restores tho debilitated patient to per- three important particulars, vi,: first, in the combination of remedial agents fect health and vigor. used; second, in the proportion in which they nre mixed; third in the uituvi:, i:iaii Sept. 11. Mrs. L, C, 1'irtle is able piocess by which the active curative to bo out again. properties of the preparation aro seMiss Mamie Reed, of Equality, is cured. Theso three important points teaching Goshen school. make Hood'g Sarsanlhi peculiar iu its Mr. George Reed visited his daugh- medieidal merit, as it accomplishes ter, Miss Mamie, the 8th inst. cures hitherto unknown. Miss Oma Williams is attending But it is not what we say but what school nt Hartford, Uood'd Sarsaparilla does, that tells the Mrs. M, E. Ilocker visited her stoiy. What HooiPb Sarsaparilla bad mother, Mrs. Cinthia Williams, of done for otheisis reason forconfidcuco AlcIIcnry, last week. that it is the medicine for you, m Misn Gertie Reed visited her ftistcr, 0 A True lieiV .Urcllittf. Miss Mamio Reed, last week, The teachers of Rockport MagisteTho crops are looking dry ugam on rial District met at Centertown, account oi needing rain, the last rain 1, l$i)4. The house wad callwo had dono the crops some good but ed to order by Vice President 0. T, tho ground was so dry that it soon Tinsley. Tho roll was then called by took up what water that fell. absence of D. Ellis Miller, of this viciuity, the Secretary, showing tho sevcial members. will start for Louisville tho 15th to Invocation was conducted by G. T. attend the Medical College the next Tinsley. 10 months. Tho subject of "Attention; lis im- Mr, Will Rboads and wife arc visportoncoanu how to secure it" was iting his father's family at Metropowell discmsed by A. H. Itoss, J. Ham lis, 111. Cum ax. Barnes, MissDuula Carter and others. Mr. Rosb says without you secure the attention of the pupil in your school He you will fail to huve pucccbs. savs the teacher should learn the use of difleient methods to get them interested in their studies. Mr. Barnes ; says atteution leads all thing in the eehcol room, nud it is tho Goldeu Key that unlocks tho treasure ot knowledge. Mt& Carter iya wo should endeayo to point out tho benefit to I her pupil 0 1. to bo trained by ulvtui; nttutftwu their work. An Original Poem was tl.cu read JL-J- i by J. II. Wood.' iiiNecllaneotM Under cni.ti ks the subject, HHov to teach Physiology" was opened by J. C. Barnard. G, T, Tinsley says one of tho best ways to touch Physiology ih by the use of n microscope, m that the pupil m f see what ho lcatued in the textbook, A motion was mndo and carried to tuU jooru until 1 p. m. At 1 p. m. the house was called to oider by the Chairman. "How to secure rccular Attendance' wan ably diseased by J. L, Brown and A. II. Rots, J, 0. Barnard and G, T. Tinsley gave an interesting talk on lnfinitivcr) and Participles. The subject of "Lougi tude and Time" was opened by A, II. Ro. Tho subject was fin titer dis cued by A, M. Smith. How to History and teach Geography was discussed by M, P, Kimbloy, who gave an interesting talk. Miss Myrtle Rowo says she likes tha topical method of teaching History aud Geography. Opeuiug Exercises were tirt discussed by (3. T. Tinsloy. He wijs that he likes sumo kind of religious exercise in opening school. J. C. .Barnard thinks it in best uot to teach and special religious belief in tho Opening exercises of the school. J. L. Brown made a few appropriate remarks on the fame subject. A motion was made and carried to elect a teacher for the Reading Cir cle. G. T Tinsley was elected. After the body adjourned the books were distiibutcd among the members of the State Reading Circle. Tho following program was preparedmeeting to be called to order at 1 I I Tst3r-- v tj r a Jgffy ' m -- - ii-- m .&.... . TT;2JI mti'vrr,. t , Hartford's JH0. I Ne"w ,v "f IVUHfVl Business House. PROPRIETOR, x,- x; -- B, FOSTER DKAIjKU in- - 3i4Ji ll'hl .MiMi' II' 1 f ;io1 & 1 (KAHX'S r CI OU - STANl)) DRY GOODS, HARDWARE, MrKVKKVTHINU bi3' 4' GROCERIES, TINWARE, SlTPIMl&-- a IX GKNKRAI, mumr s, f-iai- jirnjij 4YAJ1 'hoes, 1$iz ' 1 r..i t) a m: , John Lewis will address the ple at the Court House at 1 p. m., and at at 7 p. m. Do not iail to be present at one of these speakto-morro- ' , ijut-Miuii- mgs. W.'leonio AiKlnw-- A. M. Smith. -- G. Adjective nuil Ad T. Tiualev, S. W. Tuvlor, Mrs. M. J. HarlcraU(i A. M. Smith. Wonltl ym. movent nlibucrhig iu H, honey, A. cl0oi( ifl0 i,0w? II. Kois and Myrtle Howe. Recitation M. P, Kimbley. Benefits derived from Tho Reading Urclc .J. li. Blown, J. H. Wood and Da nia Carter, Percentage C. Iglchart, P. II. Ross and J. Ham Raines. Recitation Lee Chinu. Physiology; its Imporiance d, O, Baruard, Wallace Boston and Florence Xewtou, Bow to teach Primary Reading Bertha Brown, Maggie Ashhy ami Alice Loncy. The Association adjourned to meet at High View October IS, 1S!4. O. T. Tinm.ky, VicePres. J. II. Wood, Sec'y. The scrofulous taint which may have been iu your blood for yeaw, may be thoroughly expelled by glv iug Hold's Sarsaparilla a tual. MmzkIp Wlllliiuit. CAUTKIt (Ol'NTY lll'Ol.i:, WiU.Aisti, We eee no necessity of establishing nu Academy at Grayson. Tho Wilhtrd Normal can furnish any young man or woman with a ss education; one that will en.ill first-cla- Lowest j?riees. L"l2H LctKtJll P.U VULlIlLiy PrnH rlUUULC in Exchange for GOODS! GrT-STin 3HIIM; J O.A.TL.Ij. J rrv-Oor3 f'ff. s'k t . t QUART tililA REPORT Ol? TUB - I 7K TuS MIEISTO? Of cnm'iMtin of the Bsaver Dam DEPOSIT nu IK IKUW 01' TF iTlLXXO 30, '94. $65,151,81 E. cam-paig- n, Overdrafts, secured . , , , 1,642,91 Overdrafts, unsecured . . ltJO-1- , J Due from Ikinks 7763.35 Hanking house and lot 3,000.00 JUUOUHCES. Purniturc aud 1,000,00 Toaus and Discounts , . . $72,075 87 Cash in sale Fixtures 8,696.13 Ovmlmltti, hecured . . . 264.11 Debts in suit able them to perform all duties, iu a , 668,54 OvcrdralU, uusectirctl , , 594.30 successful way, that are involved up- Duclroni National llaukb 11,11558 Stocks and Bonds 1. 341.67 on them, and one by which they may Due from State hanks and $89,418.05 Uankerrf 4S.S9 eurpasi all obstacles. It Iixs always UABII.ITn-S- . Hanking house and lot 3,000 00 been the object of tho Board to cm Specie , , $30,000.00 2.632 72 Capital Stock ploy the best of iustiuctors to take Currency 52839.7i 2,044.00 Duo Depositors . , , , charge of the school, and at picteut rurniturc nud FIxturcb 1,500 00 Due other Hanks 43o.i7 4.94S.17 867 12 Profit nud Loss account they certainly havo them. But as Current expenses . . , Dividend No, 20 , . . l, 200.00 tho most important place ii tliut id $91,139.29 principal, we Mmll only refer to the $89,418.05 MAHIUTIKb S. K, COX, Pki;siiknt. one (Miss Maggie D, Williams) who Capital stock paid In, In cash$25 000 00 holds that position. She H a lady, Surplus hind . , , , , 8,250.00 , , who, iu her past life, has always been Undivided profito , . 4,204.02 Due Depositors 56,571,67 WHEN YOU GO TO 0WENSB0R0 punctual in her duties, and one who DueSt'tebanks&St'tch'k'rs 59.00 CAM, O.N has taken great pi idu iu educational Due National Hanks . . 5 J. 60 work, Since her graduation at Dan $94139.29 ville, Ind., bho has devoted all of her STATU OI' KlINTl'CKV, THE Sr3XOt3ZAX3I32I5, time to the advancement of pupik ss CoU.NTVOl'OlIIO, tor the finettnnd Most Ariittic Work, I) By a long and diligent work she John II. Uaruest Cashier of Heaver size oratylc. Fredcrica &,, Witceen now piepared to present to them, iu Dam Deposit Bank, a hank located any 3rd and 4th. (Jm37 a clear manner, all that one would aud doing business in the town of Heaver Dam,iu said county,beiiijr du. receive were they iu college, Tho ly sworn, says that the foregoing re branches taught are not confined to port is in all respects a true.statement thnacofthe common bdiool alom, of the condition of the said bank at but nuy that ouo desires to study. the close ot business on the 18th day AVok gooljuue, 1891, to the The building is iu a healthy and knowledge and belief; audbest of his further hays ingbeautiful place. From it much of that the business of said bank has the surrounding country, u well as been transacted at the location nam. cd, nud not " East, Central and West Willard can above report elsewhere; nild that the 1 iVKVVV Iffty is made in compliance and from its hlh elevabe viewed, with an oflicial notice received from tion one is surrounded by pure air at the Secretary of State, designating all times. Those dcsiiiug to attend the 18th day of June, 1891, as the day on which such report shall be school will undoubtedly find it to made. Subscribed and sworn to befoie me their advantage to visit this place of by John H. Jinnies, the 20th day of instruction before going elsewhere. June, 1S94, Rowan TIomikook, Clerk Ohio County Court. Messrs. Maddox & Leach, LiveryBy Smaiiv Tayuh, D, C, men of Heaver Dam, lost a good horse J. II. Hankie, Gabbier Sunday evening. In crossing the R, P, Hockkk, Director. sii 4 Jno, H, Baknks, railroad near the Section Uouscitfcll means so much more than I, P, Barnard, W into a culvert and broke its leg, a J'wu utiULlllu PUIUU9 UI1U.J M tho Closo of Business on 18th day oi Juuo RKSOURCKS. n6i ... .,.,,, ... ... , C.Theo.Cain, Get our prices Job before elsewhere. on0 Health J 1 t nuf n1 artrl anil Rcnefftlly In Poor f 5 1 The Magic Touch OF Oliio County Fair Sep-tcmb- cr Hood's Sarsaparilla You smile at the idea. But if you are a sufferer from September days: r 204 fatal diseases result from'i triflinp; ailments neglected. 1 ' Don't play with Nature's 1 greatest gift health. - u.at ex 1 Dyspepsia Come out 80C7 11 QCilTtTTi to-mor-ro- w "' viA , . and rtn't wntlr. i beglu at oncetik 1 " That Just Hits Itl" And Indigestion, try a holtlo, and before )ou hat o taken naif h dozen iloftes, )oit ttlll Involuntarily think, and nu doubt exclaim, and hear Lewis. UffUWlUTT. . I tic ttrciiglhcnliiff itrs. Itles Browu'a Iron Bit- A lew tot cure-ben- efit Xf .11 m UA. I cornea from ih Come to the Ohio "That soothing effect Is a magic touch!'' Hood's Sarsaparilla gently tones and strengthens thu stomach and digestive orgaiut Invigorates the liver, creates a natural, healthy deslru for food, glea rofrcahhig sleep, and In short, raises tho health tonu of ths entire system, itcuicmher Wll ORMS! ! i rr1trligis".!t.tv.o DyapepaU,,. nKI4ney Md Llyer nva ItlCuires Bad Bleb4 t- WillTE'Sl CREAM 1 Hood's "aX Cures Hood's Pl tUlouiDesi.jauodlcs.slokbeadscheDdlfestioa cure liver Ills, constipation, MBiniwwwawBi VERMiEME Has loU all Worm iremedlM. EVEHYBOTTIE GUARANTEED. BOLT) - f ConstlpkHon; V Malaria. u rmPA - . FOR0jYEAR8 f Get only tlie icetiula It rroucil red r Unci oq ine wrspper. .All hi oilwi are tub- i Itlluleijl Oil ftccltof twosr;itampt we r will tend o ,? Btantttol World's 1 uNenu'lu. 'i" yomen ' conpMWU, . 1 (I) . , EVERYWHERE. lVvAkAkW rir view ttana BROWN CHEMICACCO. book-(- rt, BALTIMORE MO. .w. XiLferlB mil rn ,in o'i faAtfia , - iilCk 3SESIa3E3wfe3f5S.-- ; i M.vfiimTvT rre'MfyHPwftgww siu SWEEP ir?t .,&tt . lr II CLEAN ELIZABETHTOWN. Fair Bros. A good foot mle buy your shoes of & Co. r BEAVER DAM. Haiipeninys and Personals as Rfliortcd.jy our Regular Correspondent. BiiAViiu Dam, Sept. 12. Rev. Teel filled his regular appointment here Sunday. Miss Abbic Sawyer, Camp, Point, 111. Returned toiler home last Friday, Mrs. Sallic Hcincs, Balos, 111., is herewith her daughter, Mrs. II. Merrick, where (die is likely to spend the winter. A prayer meeting was organized in the School Hall two weeks ago, and much good is expected to be derived from it. Rev. I. II, Teel, wife and baby left Monday for Bowling Green, where they will spend a few days with friends and relatives. Mr, J. W. Bishop and wife, Owens- boro, were the guests of Mr. J. P, 1 McKenney and family Saturday and Sunday. Judge Morton and wife, Hartford, spent Saturday in town the guest of the Austin House. Mr, J. 1L Nave is in the city this week. The Ice Cream Supper was by all means a grand success and we feel thankful tothe good people of the neighboring towns nnd villages for their liberal patronage. Miss Rosa Taylor is in Hartford, She will spend a few weeks under the treatment of Dr. J. E. Pendleton. r Mrs. B. F. Keegan spent Saturday in Central City. Miss Sara Collins, Hattford, on returning from her trip to do her fall shopping spent Saturday night with Miss Dora E Gibson. Several ladies and young girls spent a pleasant evening Sunday out horseback riding. Mrs. Shelby Taylor and Miss Rosa Taylor were out from Hartford Sunday afternoon. Misses Mary Cox and Rosa Taylor were out again on Tuesday afternoon. Mr. By ton Barnes tooksomc young girls out driving Sunday aiternoon in the rain. I think a very good idea would be for him to read the newspapers especially the weather reports. Tiiere is a great deal of sickness in town but no serious cases. Mr, John Hudson has returned to his home iu Nashville. ThcR. E. G'sarc thoroughly reorganized and have a iargc number of members. SCHOOL NOTfiS. Hardin County Stirred from Contor toCircumioronco by tho; Livo Spoochoa Conic to Fair Bros. He Co's opening of Millinery Saturday. Visit Republican Headquarters morrow while in town. to- '! JtKEii WILL -i 1 1 1 111 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 That's what we must do now not next week,or next month ot Hon. John Lowis. HMZAitrriiTowN, W.J Nobby line ladies walking hats and sailors at Fair Bros. & Co. Newest, Neatest and most stylish Dress Goods is at Fair Bros. & Co. A dollar taken to Fair Bros. & Co has wonderful purchasing power. JmlSmWUB) if U ill B Pflifljfljffi WW UuLIIJU TJ?T7T i. xt i W 013 " SSOftfieLeNi The Fall Goods that have been ordered for cash, must have room. ' .m ml, ' ?KlftftO Mill ? JrMli m- -r arc. ' . i . ' . i l iiirt. u . i i. ,? V ..V All goods on our shelves must be sold at once. Prices cuts - yn Ant but little figure. ttlvn&k,; ,1: jmw. hlv5 in all Goods. (pjeanl Summer HflJHTUM kiti krdimrg J MglH IUMI H Here and now can be found Sept. 11. To say that last week was a banner one with the friends ol . John W. Lewis hardly expresses it. His canvass of Hardin county was a perfect ovation. He filled five appointments and at all of them there were large and interested crowds. His audiences at Vine Grove and Elizabethtown were immense. John W. Lewis must certainly be one of those "spellbinders" that our senior Senator sometimes mentions, for his audiences cheered him from start to. finish. One thing is sure; an impression has been made by Mr. Lewis, the effects of which will be keenly felt in his in terc&t next November. For the encouragement of the other counties in the district, let me say that we arc going to do our 'levele&t" in Hardin this time, and our votes will have a big influence in the grand result. It is too soon for Republicans to be casting around for results. Work, work, WORK must be done. We have n shrewd and wily opponent. Don't forget this. Organizition, and that a close and thorough one, in every school district must be had. is all right; our Our standard-beare- r cause is just, and if we but see to it that every one of our people vote, all will be well. Brag is a good dog, but Work is better. Hardin courty occupies a unique position in this campaign; the home of Mr. Montgomery and a very large Democratic majority. Watch out for Jkan, old Hardin in November. K, 0N SY E. C. Woodward, of the Shinkle Chapel neighborhood, called to see us Tuesday, Marriage license; W. I Tiehenor to Miss Nola Faught, J. W. Miles to Miss Millie E. Hillard. Everybody in Hartford and vicinity invited to Fair Bros, 8c Co,s opening of Millinery Saturday. A ool at the end does what a wise man does at the beginning buys his clothing at Fair Bros. & Co Yes, wc are going to attend the Ohio County Fair. Can't afford to miss such a grand n flair. Mr. W. P. Tiehenor and Miss Nola Faught were married at the Commer- SEPTEMBER 17tli; ' Ve have Selected THE BEST STOCK That Eastern Markets will Afford. Clothing, Dress Goods, cial Hotel Wednesday evening. Miss Sara Collins has returned from Cincinnati, where she purchased a fine line of millineryfor Carson & Co. Stop at the Commercial Hotel when iu town. Mr. T, M. Her is the new proprietor, and he will treat you HATS, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, Notions, Laoes, Braids, THE BEST OF EVERYTHING! he f relliest JJne ..... . 1 ... .I. The Commercial Hotel is now in s condition, and 3011 will receive the best attention. Stop there during the fair. first-clas- right. The prettiest line of Indies and Misses Hats to be shown in Hartford will be ready for inspection Saturday ot Fair Bros. & Co. 20 yards calico for 1 00, 20 yards Domestic for $i,oot 20 yards Canton Flannel for $i.oo, At Fair Bros. & Co. , w Lio'i'i weepers for (Jash" ftEWTINK TABLE. WKST. F.KI'KCTIVK APRHi 8, I8941 455 P m - No. 5, Mail No. 7,1.(111. Kx No. 31, (Local) . No. 0, Mail No8, Mm. Kx No. 32, Local) . . . . 11:485,111. n:asp.4.35 P. 12:50 P. KAST. "'. 35n. m. a. 5:54 II. MKKRICK, Ag't, Beaver Dam. 14. "894. Friday, Skitkmbkr Our Tics arc great at Carson & Co. Mis Rowan Holbrook is improving. Don't fail to sec the new goods at Carson You 9c Co. just ought tosee the new cloth- ing at Carson &Co. We can always fit you up on Shoes at Carson & Co. Don't fail to see the new dress goodsraf Carson' & Co. If you see the clothingyou will buy a suiPat Carson & Co. Tracy 9c Son want your eggs and butter and they will pay you cash or goodsT-- 6"t i Kvrvliodv is invited to visit Car son & Co. Monday to Bee the new goods, Andstill thegood rains come.Crops Trill be much heavier than expected a few weeks ago. " . Mr. u. A. Anderson. Kinderhook, has been quite sick with erysipelis but is improving. at Haynesvillc, this The will be discontinued after tocounty, morrow, the 15th. While at the Fair remember that Tracy & Son will serve you with a good lunch on the ground. Post-offic6-- Tracy & Son will furnish you while at the Fair with all kinds of cold drinks and everything you wish to eat. An infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Will Stanley, Rendei. died Sunday and was buried at Cool Springs Monday. f Remember C. R. Martin, does all kinds of repairing op Watches, Clocks and Jewelry on short notice. Hopewell and Paradise played a lively game of ballSaturday,the score standing ai to 16 iniavorol the former. Jew-ele- r, jthe the 20th and 21st inst., Elder Jeffers, of McLean county, of the On Christian Church, and Elder F. C. Johnson, of Arizona, of the Latter Day Saints, will in the Grove of deAaron Jewell, near Westerfidd, question, "Is the Church bate the known as the Church of Jesus Christ of the Utter Day Sainto, the Church of Christ.according tothe teachings of King James translation of the Bible." There will be two meetings each day Everybody inat 9 a. 111. and 3 ?. Louis R. Jhwall. vited. AtMrrllnril I.clfrrx. List of Utters remaining in Hartford P. O. ifnot called for in 30 days will be sent to the dead letter ofllceat Washington, D. C: A Boarmau, Esq., J. H. Boatman, Esq., J. N. Camden, Mrs. Josie Collins, D. F. Dyer, Esq. Rev. F. L. Ferguson, Miss Gertrude Greer, M. 1 ; R, Hays, Mrs. A. Johnson, Mr. J. T. May, Mr. J. II. Mockbee, Miss Myrtle Moore, E.J. Myers, L II. McDonald, Ann Parkor. Persons calling for above letters pleascsay advertised, W. II. Gkii'i'ix9 P. M. " Home ami Alironil. It is the duty of everyone, whether at home or traveling for pleasure or Ho for the Fair, Sept. 26, '94, ami business, to equip himself with the when you come be sure to call on remedy which will keep up strength Tracy & Son for nil kinds of refresh and prevent iIIiicm, and cure such ills 6 4t iiientfl. as are liable to come upon all iu ev-eday life. Hood's S.irsapari!-- la purchasMr. Henry Clay Leach has keeps the blood pure and less liable ed an interest in the Maddox Livery Stable at Heaver Dam and has moved to absorb the gprina of disease. to that place. Hood's Pills arc hand made, and is the regular meeting ol perfect iu proportion and appear, the Hartford Commercial Club, and atice. 25c. per box it is very essential that all the mem I'nlll Fiirflirr ollce. bets be in attendance. Let everyone Cascbier & Button are in the livery turn out. business at the same old stand and ol Church at respectfully solicit the patronage The new Christian public. Satisfaction guaranteed. Whitcsvillc will be dedicated on the the fifth Sunday in September, Elder Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder John P. Tuck, Whitcsvillc, conductWorld's Fair Highest Medal and Diploma. ing the services. Public Speaking, 11 L. D. Gully, Republican candiand Sunday the UtOn ter Dav Saints of Kentucky will hold date for Judge of the Court of ApConference in the Grove of Mr. Geo peals in the 2d District, will address Services at 10 the people at the lollowiug limes and Jewell, near Buford. a. in, and 3 p. m. each day- placed, viz: Leitchfield,Grayboii couuty, Sep A big Colored Campmeeting is in tember 20th, 1894. progiess at the Fair Grounds under McDauiel?, Hreckeniidgo county, theauspicies of the Hayti M E. The attendance is good and Friday, September 21st. Chuich Admitllardinsburg, Drcckenridge couu the preaching interesting. tance fees charged only on Sundays. ty, Saturday, Sept. 22d. Cloverport, Breckenridge county, The new Board of Examiners is Saturday night, Sept 22d. composed of County Supt. Z. II. Brandenburg, Meade county, MonShultz.Profs.F.P.StumandCM.Crowe day, Sept. 24th. They held their first Examination Hawcsville, Hancock countv,Tuea last Friday and Saturday and no 2Jith, doubt will continue to give entire day, September Orteusboro, Daviess county, Wed satisfaction. neal ay, September 20th. Hon. John J. McHenry returned Calhoon, McLean county, Thur from Charlottsville, Va., Saturday day, Sept. 27th. night, where he had attended law ( Livermore, McLeau county, Frischool. He reports a splendid time. actively into the prac- day, September 28th. He enters again Muhlenberg Carroll ton, South tice of his profession, for which he is county, Saturday, Sept. 2i)th. so well prepared. Central City at night. C. R. Martin, ourhustling Jeweler, Speaking will commence at one has just received a big lot of Jewelry, o'clock p. m, at each place except composed of Pins, Rings, Chains.But-tons- , Clovcrportand'Central City, where rharms, Bracelets, Necklaces, tho speaking will commence at 7 p.m. Scarf Pius, Watches, Clocks, and, in Mokqantown, Ky.. Aug, 28., fact, a full line of everything, which Capt. D. C. Walker, Ch'm'n Dein. he will sell cheaper than the cheapest Dint. Com., Franklin, Ky., Dear for cash. Call and see him. Sir: If agreeable with Judge W, L, Mr. and Mrs. Blair Miles, who were Ileevcs and his friends a joint discusarrested for disturbing the Fordsville sion is desired between him nod Judge School some weeks ago, an account B. L. D. Gully. Will you ut your of which appeared in these columns, earliest convenience consult Judge were tried Saturday before Esqr, W. Reeves and agree on some friend P. Ellis at Etnaville. The trial rewho, with a friend of Judge Guily, sulted in a hung jury and the case shall agree upon a Hat of appointwas continued until ments to begin not later than the Mrs. Libia Allen, widow of George 15th of September, 18S.J. Allen, deceased, died at Beda Monday Au early answer is requested. evening and on Tuesday was buried Your obedient servant, She at Walton's Cretk Cemetery. W. S Tayloii, was in her 74th year, had been forty Cb'in'u Rep. Dis. Com. yeirsa consistent member of the Tho foregoing letter was mailed to Methodist Church, and was a noble ot Auwoman, an obliging friend and a Capt. Walker twenty-nint- h kind mother. A large circle of rela- gust, last. It has not been answered, hence the above list of appointments tives and friends mourn her loss. for Judge Gufly has been made. W. S. Taylou. . September 8, 1894. 5ISS r Cverin fia'riford ... ftftli yery IJne in every Department '1 Miss Bennett, Fair Bros. & Go's popular trimmer, arrived Thursday to take charge of their Millinery De- - Is full you can't miss it on Anything, A a ! SOg, partment. Miss Mary Render left Wednesday night for Dallas, Texas, where she will teach iu the City High Schools of that place, Mr. J. H. B. Carson, Co., has just returned GIVE DS CALL AND A TRIAL: ; of Carson & Yours Trxxisr, r from New York, where he purchased an immense stock for his firm. The Ohio County Republican Committee meets at "Republican Headmorning quarters" here Candidates promptly at 10 o'clock. are requested to be present. Women need to have plenty of backbone to getalong in this world. The Jackson Corset Waist, for sale by Fair Bros. & Co., only, is the best make for this purpose.. Little MissGussic Woodward, Cen. tertown, spent the first of the week in town, the guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Win. Foster. Messrs. Ed Leach, Ernest Wood-so- u and Owen China, Beda, left last week for Whitesville, where they entered Prof C M. Crowe's High School. We acknowledge receipt of complimentary tickets to the Ohio County Fair, which opens on the 26th inat., and continues 4 days. Well, we are going, as it is too good a thing to miss'. CARSON & CO M Hartford, Kentucky. piotel - ry To-nig- ae Rev. Teel conducted exercises for us Inst Thursday. Monday morning brought us in the beginning of our third week of school and 3 new pupils. Alter an interesting talk from Prof. Ray, eaJi OPPOSITE TEXAS DEPOT. teacher wended their way to their BEST FARE. icspective rooms with their scholars following in order. Tuesday morning Miss Gibson read an interesting chapter from the Bible. NO UQUORS SOLD. NO INEBRIATES KEPT. THE PATRONAGE OF ALL GOOD PEOPLE SOLICITED. Prayer by Prof. Ray, Miss Friend has quite an interests ing class in shorthand and 1 ft ranees Owensboro, Kentucky. type-writin- Prpp'r. 'j- Miss McBcath will be here next week to take charge of her music class The class in Art will begin work next vrck. Miss Dora K, Gibson, aUAKjRCimWlffi PLf-1 teaclur. hi ruttlin. Prof Ray is delighted with the name we selected forhisdaughter,and H011. John W, Lewis will address appieciates the kindness greatly. the voters at Fordsville at one Parents, Friends and Trustees, viso'clock p. in , where he will be met it our school nnd see what good your by Messrs. D. F. Tracy and M. L. children are getting from this excelHeavrin, who will bring him through lent school. Attyk. by Sulphur Springs, where he will voters at 7 o'clock p. m. address the To Hurry flicUMh. Cards are out announcing the marMr. Sherman Williams, of Kinder-hooriage of Mr. Sam A. Anderson to left yesterday for Cairo, III., Miss Elva Morton at the home of the where he has accepted a situation bride's father, Judge John P. Morton, with Snyder & Frappie, who are en on Wednesday evening.the 19th inst., gaged in the manufacture of buggy at 7 o'clock. and wagon spokes. Sherman has The groom-to-b- e is a popular young many friends here who wish him suc- man of much mental and moral cess. worth, and as Foreman of Tim which position he has held While at work last Friday night, for several years, he has achieved the steam drill became detached from very marked success. By constant the rod and remained fast in the effort and close application he has earth. Several days were spent in placed himself in the very front of trying to raise it but all attempts his profession. have so far failed. Messrs. Austin & Miss Morton is one Hartford's most Blaukenship have moved the machine becutiful nnd cultured young ladies, and are now at work on a well in and possesses in an eminent degree front of Williams & Bell's drug store. those many womiuly virtues that make her abundantly worthy of the Dr, J, R. Pirtle, our popular young excellent young man of her choice. dentist, has been tendered a position No young couple in Hartford ever as instructor iu the infirmary of the began life with better prospects of dental department of Vauderbilt Unihappiness than these young people versity at Nashville. This is a son to be mated. A larc circle of worthy compliment bestowed upon a in exworthy young gentleman. Dr. Pirtle friends joins Tin? blessings friends throughout the tending the wish that the has many and prosperity nny be theirs couuty who will be glad to hear of of peace in the fullest measure. his success. to-da- y k, 1. 2 .if:::gjg wdb" U ot all we're found the bct : i1? V1" UAK I Absolutely pure and vkoUme, (OmiL oiinuapUcoaboTOthe'rcft. With ten pennies BetaeAmplo Of your Grocer on- - day: X U It Im . . . He your pconleawlU Hon- - ert all iuf. Failure there will nerer be low (Oratt.) tootc who um Q. C. B. P. . l For succefM will .... j j xdUme. trl-al- T r gjjJM. ini Itrv. J,. It. IliirncU :oinplimrnfol. Tho following is a part of a letter to the Kentucky Methodist from tho Evangelist, Chas. Koyster, of Little Rock, Ark. Bev. L. R. Baruott Is an Ohio county boy ami his many friends and acquaintances here who will be glad to bear ofLissucccsa as a minister; "I left a good meeting in progress atriwifton in charge of Rro.L R.Bar-net- t, P. C, who was expecting other help; 91 converted,rec!aimed or sanctified, and many seeking. Many re markablo displays of divine power. The Lord bo praised for everything, ''Bro. Baruott is a good singer, is energetic, intelligent, preaches well, and withal possesses a blessed experience, and is a feecond blessing man in theory, experience and practice. Long livo tho Holiness movement in Agents Wanted! ASSiSEsr OFTHFMY 41 Cox-eyis- VITAL QUESTIONS Political Revolution of '92. Crisis "of '93 and '94. Battles for Bread. Strikes, the Unemployed. Great Labor Issues of the present and the future, TarifF Legislation. The Silver Question. What Protection does for the American Workman. What Free Trade does for him. A book for the hour. Everybody wants it. Price only J 1.50. Sells at Sight. Most liberal terms to agents. Send for circulars or 20 cents for agent's outfit at once. P. W. Zikglkr & Co., 720 Chestnut St., PhiIadelphia,Pa.4t8 vr. ryi l1 1 ijy ;i CAHiXji 03NT Ii 9 n Mil It It $C TWT Pitlsrti Is Era? A SPECIALTY. p v. 9 Swittou." The Leading FJioiograpltor. Style and Sin, Pictures Copied and Enlarged ' JSrOld John W. Lewis, candiRepublican date for Congress, speaks at the Court House to morrow at 1 o'clock p.m. Evqry in the county should hqajr him. mi ji M 4 Bom, to the wife of Mr. John R. Three men giving their names as Phipps on the 9th inst., a fine boy. Martin Burk, Tom O'Hear and Dennis Hcarn were arrested at Rockport Awarded and tried before Esq. S. L. Fulker-socharged with breaking into a Highest Honors World' Fair. car of merchandise on the C. O. & S. W. railroad between Rockport and Beaver Dam, and were held at $100 bond, which they failed to give. They were brought to town Tuesday and placed in jail. n, 108J Main Street. H7ro6 0 WENSBORO, KY - ujvj- - voter You cannot spend a week more profitably than attending the Ohio County Fair. Its management has left nothing undone to make it a success. . I I Teach your children to work to have a purpose iu life. The boy or who is allowed to loaf or lounge Buckingham's Dye for the Whis- k- girl about tho streets with no other pur ers is a popular preparation in one pose in life than to simply exist is apt bottle, and colors evenly a brown or to, grow with the same inclination. black. Any nerson can easily apply And irresponsible or thoughtless par-- , it at home. ents are largely blamable for the failUOTltUAlnPhtlaiftlnhl ures of their children when they reach EM the NewipAfM r Adf tr manhood. Exchange. ' YKHAftOM.t'vr aiuikirUad M&a BAKING POWDffl MOST PERFECT A MADE. pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonlaf Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. The Ohio County JFair promises to be one of the greatest importance ever held in the county. Its fine list of premiums Ohio County pair and good managebegins September 26 ment insures its sue- anil continues four cess. It commences Everybody September 26 and days. continues four days. should attend. ' I f-r t jS. t w " linrttord Republican Fhiiuv, SuiTRMUim 14. '894. HYSTERICAL ciierry trees, camo Mrs. Whitney and Hose and Frank Ellcra, I was almost shocked; and yet, why should I bo7 I dressed myself slowly and carefully, reeling juji outer enough to make them all understand I was mistress and must bo waited for. Then, when I went down, I was sorry I had done so, for Mrs. Whitney and tloso wero so glad to sec me, and Frank said ho "had been up to my houso in tho city In the morning to ask mo to drive, and that, finding whore I had gone, ho made bold to follow." I asked no questions. I was only too readily satisfied and pleased, though all tho evening I noticed Frank was preoccupied and thoughtful. Next day being Sunday we all went to tho llttlo Dutch church In tho morning and after an early dln-uRose, Frank and I went to tho lake. It was a little sheet of water, of small clrcumfcrcnco and narrow width, but It was shaded with trees, and In somo places of great depth. I do not know what possessed me, but I suggested a sail. The boat lay er BLINDNESS Sight Out Off by a Qulok Flash of Elootriclty. j ALL A MISTAKE. V A Sadden Hrcotery rrUrl t ) a houso In which I am now living, Thero was much other property, and no inconsiderable amount of money, besides a pretty little farm twenty miles out of tho city. I was, In fact, a rich woman, and what was still hotter a perfectly free one, and I en joyed my liberty tho first few weeks with nil the abandon of an uncaged bird. But as winter came ou I grew a llttlo lonely. I had been to my farm, and I found It a weariness. Not, oven tho pride of posse-slo- n could reconcile me to Its solitude and monotony. I had tried a watering place, and tho patronage of soma and the servility of others had so wounded and disgusted me that early in September I came back to my homo in tho city, It had plain to me, moreover, that some sort of chaperon was necessary, for, though I knew I was abb to tako oare of myself, society did not seem to think so; and I had been continually Irritated by the constant proposals of friends to look outfor me a suitable person. But if I was to have an incumbrance I was determined to solcct it myself, and after some consideration I wrote to my old teacher asking her to accept tho position. This scheme hod its advantages and its draw bocks, as every scheme has, tho advantages being that Mrs. Whitney was a thorough lady, a clever housekeeper and quite manageable; tho disadvantages being that she had a daughter whom I must also take,' and whoso position it would be difficult to define. Mrs. Whitney proved invaluable. My houso and housekeeping under her management were models of comfortable elegance; but Rose was something of a trial. She was only sixteen, and sho was Insufferably vain of her pink and white prettlness, and her youthful bloom. I tried, howover, to be kind and just to her, for I clothed her handsomely, and took herewith mo wherever 1 went. I was careful, too, to avoid anything which might mnko her feel her position as a dependent; and for these things I think I deserve some credit; for tho servitude of dno woman to another is generally a very bitter one. Ono evening my lawyer called to transact some business with me. Ho remained to dinner and proposed after it to take us to hear soma famous singer. There seemed to bo no reason for a refusal, for tho night was fine and tho moon full; besides, I had no other engagement, so the offer was accepted. As we were going up tho wide stairway at Stein-wa- y hall, a genlleman accidentally trod on my dress. He stopped a moment to apologize. My friend recognized him and introduced us. I had heard of Frank Ellers before, and had read many of his contributions to various magazines, so I felt uo little pleased and excited at tho rencontre. His chair happened to be next mlno, and our acquaintance made such progress that I made no objection to his proposal to walk home in the clear frosty night. Next morning ho made a formal call, and, Indeed though I don't know quite how It happened beforo long, he was always calling on some pleasant pretext or another. How bc-co- until my twentieth year, when my aunt died, leaving mo the humlhonio which 'Alifa in had been nothing least mine, at Such Dr. lUub'g Theory Another VoMlble Instanrea Kiplan-tlo- n of th Phenomenon A Question In lychology. lnip-pens- ." "As though by a miracle," Is tho head under which the New York Sun tells of tho sudden recovery of sight experienced by James II. Caul-fiel- d after three days of total blindness. Caulficld is the Brooklyn reporter who was made blind by seeing the quick flash of a trolley wlro. Dr. Joseph M. Raub, under whoso guidance tho young mau regained his power of vision, said that It was sim ply a case of hysterical blindness nnd nothing more. Tills Is unique, if true. There nro suro to bo, however, many who will combat tho theory. At the Narragausctt Electric Lighting compauy's works In this city, It Is said that apparently similar, if not Identical, cases have occurred. Thero are two men at tho works who, during tho last few years, havo been temporarily blinded when throwlug a switch. Superintendent Thomas says that this happens in every big electric lighting station In the country. When n switch Is thrown tho circuit is broken. When properly done, another connection is made simultaneously. The Intense flash lasts until another connection Is made. Ono of tho men at tho Narragausctt company's was so nearly blinded that he was at homo three days at ono time. He was not, however, as is said to have been tho case with Caulfield, unnblo to sec anything at all. Ho was able to grope about, but could sec nothing distinctly. Both tho Btrutod, calmly, "wliytlo you spoalc so contemptuously of nutliorn? You wero perfectly wild ubout Pushkin, And then JoulcovHlcy you both loved and respected him' "Joukovtfkyl" Well, that Is qulto another matter. You forgot that ho was received nt court!'1 But when she found thnt Ivan's books, which sho herself professed to despise, had been criticised ad versely in the press, she flew Into ono of her tremendous rnos, which ended, as usual, with a pliyslciuu the Best I OIIlHVlM.lST?rMlrfTA.T:x7BiR Dressing AYER'S rurk'Oiicsitv PilU will reduce our wMfilit PERMANENTLY from 12 to 15 pounds n month. NO Starving sicklier of I.t. l,nulnYlli7r?. (TtItS!.. Went PolntiM.f.irtMMM Ilmmlf nlrtirK ttuiiKutiMcUN jwfjiot wov;i,ii: mjM Mm PU SrKo.51,1 No, A3, titij.'f fcng jftyUNig 7.7m. ft. 9i CM T:tO p.m. p.'m. Itl. injur); NO Publicity. and anodynes. "How," aho thundered, "do thoy daro criticise youa nobleman and ( pi Bgssgp' ' HAIR VIGOR Prevents the tialr from becoming thin, faded. pr.iy, nr aTurgenicffr "But, mother," he explained, with imperturbable jrood temper, 'that only proves thnt I havo attracted attention that I am not a nonentity of whom nobody speaks." "But how how is it you attiact attention? They Und fuult with you. Thoy treat you as an Imbecile, and you aro satisfied 1" Then tears, passionate reproaches, paroxysms of wrath and hasty summons of tho family doctor. But this tcrriblo woman was conscious of her besetting sins, though sho did not conquer them. Before draw lug her last breath she scrawled these lines on a piece of paper: "My mother, my children, forgive tne! And Thou, Lord, forgive me, too; for pride that mortal s4n was always my cardinal sin." Youth's Companion. Lines About the Mouth. A writer in Black wood's, who has made a study of facial expression, says that, generally speaking, it te a strenuous contest with minor difficulties that produces a thin and rigid ?et of lips. It Is boon almost invariably, ho observed, lu housewives of the Martha type, who aro careful and troubled about many things, "and whose houls arc shaken to the center by petty worries with- in doors and strife a l'ou trance with the shortcomings of the scullery maid or the cook." It Is, therefore, persons of weak will, ho argues who have habitually compressed lips, for the strong will Is conscious of IU strength, If not agllalod by the little worries of the hour. Tho same writer, after citing the unconscious imitation of all of us In glv- lug buck frown for frown, and smllo for smile, and yawn for yawn, says: I know a tutor whose peculiarities of speech and carriago hae been ndnntod ninrr nr loss in ovrr ono his pupils within the last six yean, unci several oi uiem nave come 10 resemble Mm in feature." lie con-- , n hn ul life. It cure tho scalp cool, moist, und hcalttiy. wlrv.niid iffll'Sprcsencs ?H rich.HC, IUXurlnticc, and color to au ml-- v mi ceil nerlmt of Itrhlug humors, awl Kcvps a 10 44 A.m. 9 44 p.m. They ImiM up tho'herilth Ami fifeiuui UawppvIIIp Hill a. m. 10 lo p.m. fy tho complexion leaving noVVKINIv . Ltiwliurt,. UiAi.m. u. 16 p. m. 11:11 p. m. LhMdi flnlibfiioe. Hl'OUTAttDO1 ' lO.nflV)tA 1.04 p. m. H M p. ro. Hp'MtoTillr MENS aiiddiliicult hruiihtni; purely 1.25 p. n la 30 a. m. lelieved. NO EXPERIMENT but tr. llcnderwon ' No. 63, HoMt adopted1 nbrienlificand pieitiu relief, KAST HOUND. iMlly, D1j only alter ) ears id experience. All I.t. llrtnlrrpfn 7U6 ft. m. 9: lft p. m. orders punplieri riitcct fuiin our ofHpqIImIh 7.17 a.m. a 37 p.m. fice. Price $2.00 per package or ""ttwrr&Horo . .. 8 37 ft. tn. 4 24 p. m, 9 oo ft. m. ft M p. in I.ewlflport three packages for W 00 by mail Hnutivllle J.M,m, ftJOp.m iMUtpahl. '1 cetiiuoiiialH ami pauicu-- I lo 01 . m. A 57 p. m. CloTerport art (Valed) 2 cents. , 10 20 a. m. fl.10 p. ro. lion j port 9 Stj All cniieppomleueo bti icily xcotifi H 02 a, m. 7.0A p, in, j IrvlngUm s' dentin!. 11 29 a, m, 7.31 p.m. tlnJitlriiWc , Vil Tuna ......... lo& p. m. 8 06 p. m, tARK HEM22DY,CO., , ( H Irvlntfton a t'ht'Oiporl InVrrjtort 8.17 a. in. 8 07 p. m. 9 4 . m. 137 p.m. to 2.1 a, m. 9.21 p. tn. ' a ISoston, Mans. If, roiJlMllIn i..1. ., 1 (hi p, tii, BOSp.m, , Ayer's Hair Vigor, fioM by J, 1.. i'liiMiti, If.N, 4 11 mini tHalim Nu,M unit No. 62 tnitb ronnrclltn a I trylpj fHmidMjr rxccj Ird) with trains oq LouU vtll. tnrlfntiitrtr A Umlrrn It, H east ana liutuL Fur lurlhf r Information, Mre la Drurfits and Perfumer. in children ftlmtlTil I Kccdtn. ft to.ua i swiftlynndhappilythowinterpassedl Every night we were together. At first wo. wont out much, but gradually wo fell Into tho habit of spending the evenings In tho quiet, comfortable splendor of my own drawing room. And so spring came again, and then another event happened. Mrs. Whitney, who had been ailing for some weeks, grew much worse, and tho doctor ordered her change of air. So I resolved to send her for a few weeks to my farm; and Frank, with his usual kindness, saw everything prepared for her comfort, and then took her and Rose out there. This was tho first break in a charmed length of days which had been all perfect happiness. Evcryono knows how ono chango brings another, and thcrcforo I was more sad than astonished when Frank made an engagement which demanded much of his time, and put a stop to our pleasant cveuingntnuscments. Still I lingered iu tho city, staying at homo every night for fear of missing a chance visit from him; and, as time went on, growing half resentful of his long absence, and more than doubtful as to its necessity. Ono week ubout tho beginning of May I was unusually lonely and weary, for Frank had disappointed me every night, and I could settle to no work, nor yet make any plans for the summer. All the long warm days, and ifxr into the dusky evenings, I sat doing nothing, thinking, thinking, thinking the same soft, sad fancies born of love, and such "silken folded idleness." Saturday morning I roused myself suddenly. "I w jjl go out to tho farm," I said, "and if Mrs. Whitney is able, wo will return ou.Monday, and then go somewhere, anywhero out of Now York. If Frank loves me, ho will como to seek me; If not, then tho sooner I awake to tho truth tho bet- r ter." After breakfast I still held myself to this resolution, and so I arrived at Woodsido farm in time for dinner. "Mrs Whitney and Miss Roso weroout'tho servant said; "thoy had gone to tho lake, but would be back very soon,'1 So I went to my room to rest and dress, and being overcomo by tho heat and fatigue, fell sound asleep on (tho largo couch. When I opened my eyes it was getting" du&kl and thero was u pleasant sound of glass and china and other preparations for dinner in, tho little houso; fwhllo toward It, borno upon tho wind, I heard coming Roso's light laugh and rlpnling flow of words, I roused mysolf hastily and went to the window. Slowly, but merrily, up tho Jittle avenue, lined wijji blo?pramg Record. watched tho shadows on tho lako andon Frank's face, and listened the while vaguely to their voices', mingling with tho sounds of country lifo and the rush of au approaching train. As it came near, Itoso jumped up in her pretty, Impulsive way, "to seo It shoot In and out among tho trees," sho said, and somehow I can't say why or where-for- o but wo were all in tho water. Neither Rose nor I could swim, and I was too proud to call Frank. He hesitated just a momontand then ho caught Rose. And I heard well, no matter what It was only two words, but they seemed cruel as a who have been affected at tho doatji warrant. I sank twice beforo men electric lighting company's works Frank could place Roso In safety remarkably strong specimens of and return for me, but I did not feel are manhood, and could not be called a bit grateful for his efforts just hysterical by the widest stretch of then; for, of course, I knew that If the accident had happened further the imagination. In Caulfleld's case, with tho single from the shoro I might hnvo drowned exception of drooping eyelids, which while Rose was being saved. caused from lack of I felt very hard that night, but might have beenseemed to be perfect. was tho shield with which I sleep, his eyes pride eyelids talmet this inevitable sorrow and mor- The feature of drooping cases cited. lies exactly with the local tification. Both Roso and Frank be one very felt the impossibility of an explana- In fact, that seemed to couldn't see. good reason why they tion; acknowledgment was now tho possionly grace left for them. I never In view of this It senns quite ble that the difficulty, in their cases asked whether I had been intentionphynical ally deceived, or whether in that at least, might be called is a moment of fearful peril Frank had rather than hypnotic, which term applied to the. Brooklyn caso first read his own heart. I accepted, as soon as I was able, tho truth so by Dr. Raub. A further argument which would cruelly forced on me, and I tried honestly to interest myself in tho be advanced by thoso inclined to believe the theory of hysterical blindpreparation for their mnrrlagc. It was not, after all my sacrifices, ness a fanciful ono Is that the flash, more a happy marriage. Mere personal when a switch is thrown, is far intense than any that could como beauty can never satisfy a man of capacity and cultivation, and Frank's from tho trolley. Tho switchboard stahomo soon became an unspeakabld at the Narragansett company's tion is now so arranged that in ease weariness to htm, his marrlago a an captivity without refuge or reputa- of a flash thero Is a marble slab tho Inch and a half thick between tion. He became Idle and dissipatman's eyes and the exact location of ed, and Rose fretted and complained, Superand once prevailed on me to see and tho most intense light. Yet intendent Thomas states that not reason with him. Ten years after had to his marriage Frank died I don't later than two weeks ago ho powerhis turn his back to the slab so wish to &ay how, but I closed fully dazzling was tho light. If left eyes In a public hospital, and promto tako his children long enough tho marble slab would ised him there and love and care for them as my burn like paper. It is believed here that tho cases own. For shame as well as poverty had come to his home. Roso had mentioned as having occurred at left him three years before, and of the electric lighting company's aro her future life oblivion Is tho kind- cases of physical inability solely. There has not been the slightest inest notice. Thero wero three children, a girl and two boys, and I dication of hysteria. If so sudden found them a rich legacy. They and intense a shock as must be gave mo back my youth, my energy roslstcd on the nervous system and my hopes. I had something to of these men produces no hysteria, will the theory that a trolley flash love and caro for; somo ono to procould hypnotize a person into total vide and plan for And the child lovo onco planted blindness for three days And credence? In my heart grew wonderfully. Mr. Caulfield says that ho "don't These three could not satisfy it. I pitied for their sake every naked believe in hysterical blindness." suffering little one. My farm has Thero arc many others who do not. become a home for homeless children, But it is hard telling where physiand I have found again my own hap- - ( ology cuds and psychology begins. plness in making happy these poor It probably won't be told this cen"unmothcred waifs of sorrow and tury, to put It mildly; and Dr. Raub may be perfectly right. poverty. I have done no great deeds; I Marlborough's Gifts. havo written no immortal words, but I have tried to bring sunshlno into It was characteristic of Mnrlbor-boroug- h other lives, nnd in helping thoso that from apparently small around me I have helped myself. indications he possessed the power Chicago Journal. of divining tho enemies' plans, and was thus enabled to forestall them. HAD A STRING TO IT. Prom the experience of the recent The Harrowing Experience of a Lit pat ho foresaw with admirable tl- Dude on a Hot Day. future, and Tho young man with the popper- - clearness the immediateto map out was able, as and'Satt suit, the yellow shoes and ' coming events it were, study of the from a tho straw hat bound about by a He could tho moment. ribbon, was walking position at balanco future probabilities with just ahead. could fill lu He seemed to know that ho was strange accuracy, and with living figures tho sketchy out-lin- o made up for display, for ho kept furnished by the spy. looking iu at the show windows and I Without this peculiar gift ono pulling down his Cuffs. At tho corner ono of thoso sudden guests of of tho instincts that mark tho born general no campaign can be diwind which seem to como from To realize blew off his straw hat, the rected with success. what is going on beyond a range of one with the varicolored ribbon. lie inado a grab with both hands, hills, or any other natural barrier to but it was too late. The wind had human vision and out of the reach of rccounolterlng parties, is one of taken it off his head. He saw his hat rolling down the tho problems which perpetually constreet, traveling on ono end. Of front the military commander. On tho correct solution of that problem course, ho was after It. depends greatly tho success of all " Go IU" shouted a policeman. 'Hooray I" yelled the corner news- military operations. The Life of Gon Wolseley, Marlborough boy. The pedestrians found time to A DOMESTIC TYRANT. stop and encourage him In tho chase. How the Mother of a Russian NovelBut tho hat had a long start on him ist Ruled Her Household. and tho wind was holding out Onco ho saw the hat topple over and lay Ivan Turgcnleff, tho Russian novquietly on tho cobble stones for a elist, was unhappy In having a moment. Then a puff of wind raised mother whom he could only fear, It and sent it wheeling along at an and neither respect nor love. She increased speed. was a very hard and tyrannical Ho did not hear tho jeering laughwoman, and, though she herself was ter of the teamsters, With lips firm- rolling In wealth, she allowed her ly set and nostrils distended, ho ran, children to tasto the dregs of povgaining every moment. Onco he erty because sho could not endure to was delayed. Tho hat ran under a havo them independent of her, and coal wagon, and he had to go around. allowed them to suffer in order to At last the hat ran into tho curb bend them to hor will. Btono near a corner street lamp, and When sho learned that Ivan wan with a pounce ho was upon It. ambitious to become an author, her All flushed and breathless ho indignation knew no bounds. picked It up, and then he leaned ''Is that a business for a nobleagainst tho lamp post to rest. men?" she cried, contemptuously. A man, also flushed and breath "I can understand that you might less, cumo running up, and took tho writo verses. .But to be an author hat out of his hands. an authorl Do you know what it Tm much obliged," bald he. means to bo an author? I'll tell you. r 'Tor what?" Author and are one and uThlsismyhat tho same thing. Both sling Ink for money. A nobleman should serve "Whero'smlno, then?" "Hanging behind you, at the end tho czar, mako a career and a name of tho string." for himself In the army, and not by Suro enough, ho had forgotten all slinging ink. And who reads a Rusabout his now hut string. Chicago sian book, anyway?" -varl-colore- d quill-drive- llttlo jotty quite convenient,, and Frank took ono oar and Roso tho other. As for mo, I sat and at the. Uon und lUUoumcn, It Is idCAVAllt I mtoWN ntt. that ufttit building IIION 1ILTTKHS. lualgot- Ulc, i tin Mal-rtflWft U, i. mi: 4 J. L. Carson & A rt 11. C, Son,' I MOHDUK.Clfn.lVriK't. Loulirtllv, Kj All dealer keep it. Pifif ' B H Atlni Is lln.iWW UMHWiiitcluUSU lrfffc E2V IM EP OLLARS I I made easily nmt honorably, ulthoutcnpf t il, diiihiiiotirtpaio hour. Any uiau woman, ho.r, or j.'Ul tsudo lh" woil. jj md Ily, .lt!iuut chi rlcnce. Till.lnir NoiMiiK' hkc it for jtllrcdU'fore Our u inker No thin tt..ntcd In i.hwm proMtr learning the business. We teaih )cm In a illicit how to Miccicd from tho tlrt hour. Von ran mako a trial without ex- money-uuMiigc- tt PER MONTH Your Own Locality Careful Khtinmtefc madeou'nll CnriJ tual., Advice liee. 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QUICKLY CUIUS GlVl & vJerCUS Debility .. wrtrty m.i.i ivmm. lomi,ll,,' dudes with the interesting query: "Has it occurred to many careful ,IIC i,.w.r. itr. parents that tho good looks of their uruiiiciiirAiiibitioiioronihiuHt iiir daughters may depend in no slight' COURAGE OF MANHOOD; i decree upon their choice of nurso ltcMm-in'niiiii9 iiirtnii, i i:ii'iimru itpt iiiuizm girl or governess?" iinnrrrK HWll tSMll'.liS. HStriitaSlii U! ,,, ?,.;, ,,, xzw ' i isqsswg Mixed Perfumes Are Best. ll .nvii miti vviimrii Perfect Ponstitatiana' Powers. Its txtiaordiarv rurattue ower manifchts stsell almost imt'iedt itely it is taken On this point the evidence of those who have taken it is uniform They fa they can feci' and positive the effect ol every doe doing theiu good It is a powerful nerve invigorating tonic, imparling its rMora-tn- e influence through the medium of the nervous stem to every oigan and tissue in the bodv It makes but little difference whether the constitutional vigor haa been undermined by acute disease. oenuk, or certain mischievous int'iscicUons or whether the broken d jwii condition is called by ore name or cither. .co long ns there is nervous exhaustion, general or local weakness to lonn ns enervation and debility ate the typo of the ailment, this is the lemcdv. Perfumes, like notes of mush, nro said to bo sweetest when Lkuded. It is not enough to mix together pleasant essences arbitmrily. for that would be no better than drum mlug on n phino, but certain perfumes may bo wedded as are tho tones of an instrument. Reference was made tho other dny to tho perfume piano. M. Mesnard, a Trench chemist, has arranged In long experience a scale of odors. Heliotrope, vanilla and clematis merge harmoniously; lemon, orange pool and verbena with their variations form an octavo of colors high in intensity, and rose geranium is a half tone to a rose. These experiments sugg-.s- t now art. A world which hns so many composers of music might welcome "composera of pci fumes' if tho expression may bo used. And when after years of study some master of the art produces an essence more fragrant than m.vrrh; sweeter than violet aud more enduring than ottar he may bo cr.Uti the Wagner of perfumers and w.ll .vll hh cologne for no one knows c,w much a bottle. Rochester 1 Post-Express. s. SPRING ojr OPENING C. L. 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The youth in white llanuel suit, russet .shoes, albino pink shirt and pancake hut, was doing his first tunc at a bummer report hotel, and temper, melancholy, cowartHce,weak-nes- s of the knees and Iruk, palpitahe had as his companion something tion of the heart, dragnitu pttu in very similar in his make-up- , but of headache, of the three or four seusons' experience at the loins,and bladder,irritation urine, kidneys milky summer resorts. In a burst of con pernicious and hidden wastes, result fidence after tho first week of It, tho ing in a failure of the mental aud t n lin vi'itruii uiiuu. 11 new ivuuw Jinllii1 tiuu a. nun a f pnysicai powers, constituting an tin- say, iom," no saui, uiusning pediment to success nn'J unfitting him "i much and whispering low, "if I tell or her for the duties and respousihil you something will you keep dead Hies oi me, ii is uic remeiy lor excellence. still about it?" "Suro; what is it?" and tho blase to A single package vill be sufficient inaugurate the work of regenerayouth was almost interested, tion, nnd chip in tuitiv r.wy. Tttit "Swear you won't say anything?" ; stobborn cases often require more. It 'Of course: I swear, IVow what will be sent, postpaid, secured from Is the great secret?" observation, for $i per package, or 6 "Well, old fellow" this with packages for $5. Address all orders to many blushes and much hesitancy OATON MED. CO , T'tn nnrrmrnrl " 1 4 any weakness of the vital organs, nervousness, prostration of the physical or mental eiierpies.conlusiou of ideas, lack of self confidence, irritability of WHENEVER THERE IS m EKIY ISTSW S'ORR TS3J3UNE ASU- - . 1 m i 4 mem mm ONE YEAR M Address all orders to HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, Hartford, Kentucky tnf U , - 'No: you don't say so?" nnd tho veteran smiled. "Yes, I'm engaged," ho nodded cheerily. "To how muny?" "How many?" gasped the new one. "One, of course; how many did you think, pray?" Tho veteran pulled himself to- Boston, Mass, 3MCc.-jni- s SiaD'a5i;lHB.Aaii KwMliffiiiinfieii'iiiJ gether. "That's so," he said, "excuse mo; I forgot that you were only nn amateur," Detroit Free Press. Skeleton Horso and Rldor In a Mine, sua ? i . fall in VV Miners cleaning out aft old shaft near Silver City, Nov,, reeeutly exhumed tho skeletons of a human being and a horse, The skeleton of tho horse was lying on Its back und the human bones were underneath. ,j u, M "Put, mother," Ivan reraqa- - latter wero covered with tho waist and skirt of a silk dress, over which was u lace netting, indicating that tho wearer was a woman. Tho teeth In the skull of tho human skeleton nro perfect, small aud regular. A ' portion of tho underclothing found Is of lino texture. Particles of matted blond 0 hair on tho skull show that tho remains arc of the Cnucnssiuu race. Tho saddle blanket and skirt aro of fine cloth, nnd tho steel portion of the stirrup shows that it belonged to a lady's saddle. The shaft whero tho remains wero found was sunk In 1803. None of tho old residents of Silver City tho dlsappearauco of any person from that locullty. Tho i t j-- "it- - We are manufacturers of Buggios, Carts Surries and Carriages, and deal diectly with thfinonRumer. j th cf- f- avli t In.the per cent, uayally paid t'tfmlddle men. Our pices aereas . w WW. , Rcspoctfully, we guarantoo satisfaction., u, onable, and 1 w-- miaL 't'sZSfV-f- wi- , X tM BWri-l- 3Eai.laiLe.' Se ,l ft rii '' ti l - atar.- - Owensboro, Ky. F. A. AMES tl V i M l I CO. r irttahMW'.tcar.w'