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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1894 hao1894100501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1894 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 5NV 1111: iiyi:iii inimi 01' ' ha i ts THE REPUBLICAN auk viiitv krascisaiim; CIRCULATION IS VERY ANII LARGE, The Haetorjd Kepijblican. I OFFICIAL ORGAN HAVE rOU YON Will SUBSCRIPTION? WE DO JOB WORK Of ES-voiry 0F4HE PARTY IN THEIFOURTH CONQRESSIQHAL DISTRICT, XSLlxxcSL. show how you stand with Tho Ropublican. Pay up and onoyoarln Advanco and wo will send you Tho Louisville Wookly Commorolal ono your froo. Subscribe at onco. THIS TAG VOL. VII. of c'lgar-slor- c HARTFORD; KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1894. signs would spoon at a sumMer resort. Chicago Record. How tho Snail Crin'hcs. Tho breathing op'r.itlnn in a snail Is one of the queerest processes imaginable, and is curried on without the least semblaueii of lungs. The orifico through hhlch ho takes his supply of "the breath of life" Is, of course, called ttie mouth, notwithstanding that it is situated in foot. tho side of his great sueker-lik- o NO. 10. PROFESSIONAL CARD. u il 4l't her; a snllboat that tips the least bit sends shivers liko lightning streaks up and down her back and a nice plump grasshopper placed oa her bund makes the frolicsome joker pray for a peaceful gr.ivo where timid girls nro not nnd lungs ceaso to burst f i om ovdr work. Chicago Record. Highest of all In Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report A DON'T ACCEPT IttlTATlOHS. TMI U 99oPURE TOO INQUISITIVE. A QuoDtlon Too Many and How It Loot a Caso. Good Ntory of a Young Attorney'. I'.iani-Illati- THE ELISOTRIO PltOHE. Locating Bulloto Mado Easy by a Rooont. Invention. How Science nnd Inventive (lentna Have Lightened tho Kcapoii.thllltlea of Snr- treona Tho Min'pln Little In- - R? BROWN'S i singlo-blcsscdnc- LfasaH Baking Powder Drown found himself so close to any young lady save his cousins before. Ho was woefully confused, but somehow ho liked It. How pretty sbo was, ho thought. To add to the dilemma, tho storm which had been OWENSBORO, KY. Will practice his profession in Daviess and adjoining counties. Special attention given to collections. Offict, Bankof Commerce Building. Jna, n. Ulenn, JT.N.R. Wedill LAWYER, LAWYERS HARTFORD, KY. (Office, over Anderson's Bataar.) T -- 7- LTTLB, 0AM2JT CO. CINTU Thoprncessof breathing Is not carried on with anything like regularity, ns it is in most creatures, the mouth simply opening occasionally to lot lua supply of fresh ulr, which ts expelled by tho samo opening as soon ns the oxygen has been exhausted. The snail's peculiar mouth Is prmlded with "a tongue set with hundreds of Duo teeth. Chlcngo News. ABSOLUTELY PURE COURTSHIP. Richard Brown had lived a bacho- lor for forty years and declared his Intention of continuing in tho stato for the remain-- ! of der of IiIb life greatly to the satisfaction of his relatives, tho Hinklcs, with whom he resided, for bo it known Undo Richard was worth a cool' half million, and the Hinklcs were his only living relations. Hopeful as poor human nature Is of longevity, Mr. and, Mrs. Hlnklo scarcely expected to survive their cousin, who was their junior by ten years, but Adelaide, and Rose, and Charles, and Washington might In all probability be his hairs, and to this end tho parents labored. Undo Richard had tho best room In tho house, tho best chair, tho most parIlls wishes ticular consideration. wero deferred to and his advlco token on every occasion. Matters progressed smoothly until It was habit, and not hypocrisy, whlch mado Cousin Richard actually master of tho house. However, a day came at last which set tho whole household in commotion. Miss Amanda Dove had been Invited to spend a week with the Hinklcs, and Miss Dove, being a stranger, was to wait at tho depot until some one came for her in a carriage. The Hinklcs resided somo miles out of town, and had not occupied their rosidenco for many months, so that peoplo wero not always properly directed by the neighbors. It was decided that Mr. Hlnklo should escort Miss Dove; but before the day of her arrival dawned business had called that gentleman to Doston. Moreover, Mrs. Hlnklo had the Influenza, and the two boys No ono wero at boarding-schoo- l. was to be found i"i..i... and neither todrive, Rose u'or Adelaide could haudlo tho GLENN & WEDDING, ? ANYWHERE I EVERYWHERE! trament leacrilril. UMMBR EXCURSION TICKETS ..o. .i. y, cncsapeaKe.onio&Soutfiweslern RAIbROAD, To tha Springs and Mountain of Virginia. To the Lakes and Woods of the North, To the Seashore and the Ooein, TO ALU THE PROMINENT IK TUB of a Mtno.a Win Not tent to Well Knough Alone. It Con- What has been designated as "tho greatest advance thai has been mado In military surgery tn a hundred years" Is thp electric an invention of Dr. John II. Glrdner, bullet-finder, Will practice their profession in alt tho courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given to criminal practice and collections. threatening for hours burst at the d, JAPS lnw-yer AS BROKERS. of New York. RESORTS UNITED STATES AND CANADA AS WILL AS TO TUB Pleasant Spots near Home: OKAYSON SPRINGS, DAWSON SPRINGS, CRITTENDEN SPRINGS, CERULEAN SPRINGS, Famous for their Social, Healthful, mil Uconomtc Advantage!. OCAZ Stm DAYKXCUKRION TICKKTS) ate ob tale between all tlatioui within a distance of fiftr tnllea and WBHK BND TICKBT8wlllleaoluloi.oui. villr, Menirihia. and Iailucah, from polnta In the vicinity of thoae cities. Kate. Khrdule. and all Information rrgartUnr trip In any direction will be furnished on application to any agent of the Chesapeake, Ohio & Southwestern K. R. nd anr one requiring looki, pamphlet or any advettUlng niattar, dcacriblug any particular resort or iesorts,can procure tame by writing to any of the following: J. T. DONOVAN. Im. irl Tkkrl Act T. B. LYNCH. I I Mt Aft , prominent nml successful .tells in the Washington Times a wtory on himself to lllustrato tho fact Unit sometimes an attorney can usk one question too much. And this ts the way he tells It: "A number of years ago, when a young attorney, I was employed to defend a man chnrged with mayhem tn a little town in southern Indiana," bald Mr. Hynuni, "and among the witnesses for thodefonse was an odd character named Jo Dates. When Jo eamo on the stand and after tho preliminary questions I asked him If he had seen tho tight In which my client was supposed to have bitten a piece off tho other man's ear. " 'Oh, ynas, mister,' replied Jo, A I seed nil of Jo?' it.' " 'How did you coinu to seo It, . " 'Well, tell you how 'twas. Iliad noicau, ar. HOWARD iOLLY, UUtiKt AiU l'i MEaruii.Tssx, xr. Triv rtt ta Kn.liu.r,T. W.J.McBRIOE. Agt. bouisriLLs, C.I CRAMMER. Aut la Miurtr, U1CUYILLI, I Jo?' n good deal about Jim Masking' fitin as how lie was a good man and I wanted to sec as how he handled hisself.' " 'Did you sec the fight to the end, heerrd " 'Ynns, mtster.' " 'Could you sec both men all tha XT. Cotton Belt Kuiite (rfi. Louis Southwest! rn lly.) TO Arkansas, Texas THE ONLY LINE Willi tlirmili Ciir Service Iron), No cliiHie nl Car to Olt IN .KKMHDITK POINTS. i f I Two Daily T a ins Corclies nnd Trnvcieiiig the Pullman Sleeper. finest (arming, gnizinir 'l IuiiIm r lauds. Ami reaching the iimut pnii-pertowns utiil chics in the Cirri In,: tlirotu.li utia Great SoivulnvcLt. it YeildiiiL mIhiihIhiii y nil the cmwiN, com inn' cm ton. uuiliepi chilly lulupkd to il r cultivation nl mull tr lit' and ettrl) vegetables, Affording GRAZING LANDS. excellent pasturage during almost tlie entire j cur, nml com para thcly clew tn tho great markets. TIMBER LANDS. Covered with almost inexliaiitiblc forcfts ol yellow pine, cyprcw ami tho haul woods common to Aikausas ami Eahtcrn Texas. Can be procured on rcnnumhle anil advantageous terms. FARMING LANDS. time?' " 'Oh, ynas, mister.' ' 'Did you see Jim Hasklns bite oft Dill Drown's ear?' " 'Oh, no, mister.' " 'Did you sea him try to blto Bill In any way, or was the fight fair and without gouging and biting.' "'Ynas, the fito was fit fair and Jim licked Dill without turnin' a hair, and I did not see Jim blto BUI In any way,' answered Jo. " 'That will do,' said I, and just as Jo. was leaving tho witness chair for U.sJ)ro9ecutortlid not want to examine him an unlucky thought occurred to me, nnd I told him to ult down mid answer me ono question. " 'Jo,' said I, slowly, and In an Impressivo manner, 'did you seo anything dutiug tho fight, or immediately after It was over Hint led you to think that possibly Jim might have bitten oil a pleeo of Dill's ear?' i " 'Waal, mister,' replied Jo, 'I didn't see Jim bite Dill, nor would I tho't anything about it, only after the light was over Jim spit out a piece of ear 'fore he cud take a chnw teibaccer; but I don't know whether It was Bill's ear or not.' " Mr. Dyuum says that ho lost tho case, and that his experience with Jo taught him to let well enough nloiiCj whon examining witnesses. Wushtngton Times. WRITING Glimpso at tho National Danking Syilem of Japan. Although Japan is a constitutional monarch, the monarch's tltlo Is equivalent to tho word emperor, banking goes on there with all the system, success and satisfaction tliut nil public and official affairs la Japan universally present. Reverence and respect for thechief magistrate, and all constituted authority, with Inborn patriotism, helps much in tho direction of success for all their organized .efforts. The Japanese, apart from these aids to suecehsful "association" nnd mutual cooperation for tho good of their beloved country, nre truly a wise, modest, industrious, thrifty nnd wonderful people. The Dank of Japan has a capital of 20,000,000 yens, the yen the same valuo ns ench of our enormous stock of silver dollars intended to redeem the treasury notes nnd other government paper at Wushtngton. Tho price at which our government figures duty on the yem is 53.0 cents gold value. The pure siher in tho coin weighs more than tho silver in our dollar. The Japan dollar, yen, has 374 0 giains; outs, 371, market value of the silver hi tho yen, 4(5 cents. In Japan gold accounts aro opened for those desiring It. The gold yen In Japan is worth 907-1cents our money; Is Issued In pieces of 20, 10. 0, 2 and 1 yens, A 0 0 and contains 23.15 troy grains pure; United States gold dollars, 23.21 grains, pure gold. The Dank of Japan performs tho functions to some extent of the former United States bank, and to soma extent tho bank of England in our day. The national banksof Japan have had so fnr excellent success, and wo hearof no want of Has to the others. There are 133 national banks, capital t8,32.",000,324 private banks, capital $28,318,000; and CS0 other monetary Institutions, capital, $10,000,-000. Integrity, Industry, economy and system rulo in Japan. It is not known If tho Japanese conscience Is developed, nnd its claims as solo guide and rule to fidelity in business Inculcated, as In tho United States, but the pcoplo arc faithful, exact and trustworthy, and so far there Is great satisfaction In financial matters. Tho administrators of the law are appointed by- tho supremo government, and family or political affiliations do not help tho unfaithful servant of tho public or tho houso or institutions there. Bankers' Monthly. - UNDER DIFFICULTIES. m th Nick of Tlrre. Why That Letter to Hor Lovo In Town Was Delayed. All llnrsroiinrcl Willi nnil hntctirk. claim anlpaln llio Cotton Belt R ute Ask your ncnrcsl Ticket Agent lor maps, timo tables, etc., ami writo to any of tho following lor all informn-tin- t) you may tltsiro concerning the trip to tho Great Southwest. Din't raw. Ant., G. 1'. R.T.G.MATrHEWS, , Louis-illo- Ky. Mo. E. W. LaBEAUME. it Tkl. Agi., St. Louis, J. A. EDSON, Gen'l Supt., Texarkana, Tx. Vf"tA!o,IHAl)bMAKSw !: CAN 3GSis3s4BvT A ts Dronipt onwer and an honeit opinion, write to Jt UNN .V C'.,who hare, had nearly Htt J yean iperltncalntlia potont buMnyjs. Cotnraunle. COPYRIGHTS. WI flllTAIN IMTKNT Fora U A lliinilliniik tlunstirtrtlrconSilsiillal. eonra-rolni- r I'litenta and bow to obtain turna lent tie. Alo a catalogue of moohaa-fo- al and iHantMobnoU font freo. I'aiam. uikuti inruiiau inuui. piwialnutloalntboHcleiitlllc Ainorlran. and tnua are Drouunt wiaaif uururatu uuvowlu out entt to tb. inTontor, lhli plebdld japr, liaued weoklr. oleiantly llluitrated baa by far the wor In iariait nirculatlon of any iolnunoaant fraa. til world, 1.1 rmr. Sampla onplei JJulldlng lMltlon. momlilr. tlOaysar, qibri eoyit,'iX centa. KTory namba- - oontalna boau- - Did you over trj' to write a lettor at a summer hotol? If you huvo you probably will neY.or make a second attempt. Tho exerclso you got mentally is nothing to the pcdestilun feats Hint you Indulge in. You can't write in your room because It's too warm there; and, besides, you don't want to loso a mofun. So you muka ment of out-doa pencil nnd pad nnd hammock combination. You start with "My dearest dear," and by that time you nro Burrounded by a huge crowd, who como to nssi'ro yoii that tho rumor that Ico cream was to be served for dinner had been proven false. Gradually you sneak away to anot her hammock, but the crowd follows Then, In desperation, you plunge Into a denso wood, where you aresuro panthers and polar bears reside in company with rnttlesiinkes and African crocodiles. No sooner do you got that pencil fixed than you hoar something like this wafted over your head: "You nro heartless. You know I love youl" I don't believe It. I suppose you'vo said that samo thing to every other girl here." "I swear I haven't) I cam for no one but you. I love " Then you experience a queer feeling and tiamp.off with the thought that two wooden dummies or a pair "To-he-h- Tho head of tho great houso of Croekor it Company, Importers and dealers In nil kinds of fine china, stood at the door of his establishment, gazing abstractedly across tho streot. Suddenly his eyes wero transfixed by an object in tho dl tnnco that was moving methodically toward his doorway. Pausing for d brief instant to mako surothatho was not mistaken, ho rushed fran-tlculto the rear of tho storo and called excitedly to the several clerks who wero busy there: "Quick! Help mo bar upthoen-trnncThere is no time to be lost. Even now all our valuablo stock Is In Imminent peril." Hastening to the front of tho store, in a few seconds they were nil engaged In fastening down tho Iron shutters, locking tho doors, nnd making all sccuro against the visitation of the strnngo figure that was evon now upon tho threshold. Then It was that tho hend of tho houso turned with joyful face and triumphant air toward tho brave baud of assembled employes who had by their promptness In the hour of danger saved him from perhaps total loss. In a votco trembling with emotion, he said: "Dojs, I cannot thunk you enough! If that scrvnnt girl of mine had over got In here, I should have boon ruined!" Puck. ly o. use of Heretofore tho Nelaton probo In the effort to loeato n bullet that had entered tho human bodo, and while tho clectrlo' probe will supjn-ed- e the old ono yet surgical art regurds that dcvlco as an Invention that revolutionized former methods of healing gun-sho- t wounds. The Nelaton probo was named after the great French surgeon who invented It. lie was called In to trout Garibaldi, who had a bullet In his body. Nelaton was unable to loeute It and the Italian patriot's llfo was despaired of. Nelaton sat up one wholo night thinking. It finally occurred to him to uso nn ordinary probe with a smooth round pleco of porcelain on the end. Dy Inserting It In the wound ho hoped to get the loud markings on the white picco of porcelain, showing whore the bullet lay. To think was to net, nnd on the next day tho experiment wns tried. Sure enough, when the probo wnslnserted uud removed lead markings wero found on tho bulb of tho probe. Tho bullet was located and Garibaldi was saved. The new probe is an electrical It consists of an ordinary telephone receiver, an ordinary metal probo and an extra bulb of the same metal that tho probe Is mado of. Inasmuch as thero Is no buttery connected with the apparatus, It may puzzlo even an electrician to discover wherein tho clcctricul element lies. Just hero Is where tho Instrument assumes Its truly scion-- , tillo aspect, for Its Invention proves that thero Is a definite quantity of electricity in the body which may bo utilized for practical purposes. In short, the human body Is tho battery which supplies tho current, Tho discovery by Dr. John n. Glrdner, of New York, was ulmost as dramatic as that of the Nelaton Dr. Gird nor had tried for probe. years to devise some surer means of locating bullets than was posbiblo Some with tho ordinary probe. years ago somebody had invented an electric bullet which depended on a battery cell to supply the current. Dut tho trouble was thut as soon as tho end of tho probo was Inserted In tho flesh an electric circuit would bo established through the flesh Itself and tho electric bell would ting. So it was not known whother a bullet had been touched or not. Ono night it occurred to Dr. Glrdner that the body Itself might contuin enough of a current totip-erat- o a bell or a telephono receiver. Experiment proved the fact. The principle of the instrument is as follows: Tho metal bulb is placed In the wounded person's mouth, tho telephono receiver Is held to the surgeon's ear and tho probo In tho holo mado by tho bullet. Tho bulb In the mouth and tho probe arc mado of tho snmo metal, copper being preferred; and because- they are tho same no manifestation ts heard In tho telephone. Dut as soon ns the leaden bullet Is touched It brings another metal Into the circuit. The human body then Immediately becomes ouo Immense coll, which generates a current strong enough tooperntotho telephone, so that as soon as tho bullet is touched a click Is heard In tho telephono and the location of tho bullet is established beyond a doubt. The Invention of this instrument has created quite a furor among surgeons. It has been adopted as a stuudatd In thoUtiited States army and navy and recently It was adopted by the German army. Chicago News. 8ci't-Jj-ivnad- c. r. J I very moment when Bachelor Brown .s-ml,tln, found It Impossible to tell whether tho left rood or the right led homo-warand tho borso was afraid of ATTORNBY lightning. Miss Dovo was afraid of lightning also. Sbo gave a llttlo. HARTFORD, KY. scream and clung to Bachelor Will Practice his nrnfensinn in flhln and adioiuincr counties, and court nf Brown's coat. -- : ' r Bachelor Brown looked down at Appeals. Speciul attention given to her. It was such a soft, plump collections. Office east side of publio square. hand. "I'll tnko care of you," he satd a flash of llghtnlug, a roar of thunder, M. I,. Heaviun. Siir lby Taylor. an attempt on tho part of tho horse HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, to run away Interrupted him. Bachelor Brown looked terrified, He cast a glanco about him. Near tho road was a parsonage, connectHARTFORD, KY. ed with lis church by a garden. Will practice thier profession in all "1 tell you what wo'll do," ho satd. the Courts of Ohio nDd adjoining "We'll ask for shelter until tbo counties, apd in tho Court ot Apstorm Is over. A clergyman ought peals. Special attention given to to bo Christian enough to takous in." collections. Office, next door to Bank ol Hartford. And driving to tho gate, he assisted Miss Dovo to alight. As ho did so two hired men rushed out and began to attend to tho borso and Perry Westerfield, vehicle, and an old lady and gentleman nppeared upon the stops. "So glad you're early enough to BeavebDam.Ky. escape the worst of the storm," said tho gentleman. B. D. RINGO "Do como In," said tho old lady. E.D.GUFITY. "Wo wero expecting you for on Sc KiXLero. such nn occasion people always keep -i- Jamea fif Attorneys at Law Attorney at Law. jr wore rjalnful. Many of tlicm had what they called "a rlsin-- f under tha Jaw." This was a swelling of tho paratold or gland. lie used with them, invariably, his Golden Relief. As It re lieved tho pain and reduced tho swell in? almost IIImmediately in overy caso, . ! I at an ii T. I a "ha . 'vm ffi"K3w- - pause. reins. "No, thank you." "Indeed," snld Mrs. Hinklc, "it "Most men do, sir." would bo shocking treatment for tho "Yes, lightning is a nervous sort girl. I must ask Cousin Richard." of thing." "He'll not do It," satd Adelaide. "I did not allude to tho storm." "Of course not," said Rose. "Indeed, sir." Mrs. Hlnklo shook her head. "I "But to tho approachlug cerefear ho will not," sho said, and mounted the stairs to Cousin Rich- mony." "Eh?" ard's study. "In your note, you know, you told "Aro you busy, Richard?" "Not at all sit down," satd Bach- mo that you were too norvous to stand beforo tho wholo congregaelor Drown. tion In church nnd preferred a quiet 1 am," said "You can seo how ' Mrs. Hlnklo. "I can hardly hold wedding at my house." Bachelor Brown stared at him In up my head, much less drivo, nnd fcfr. Hlnklo Is away, and the boys, astonishment. Tho truth dawned too, nnd no one can handle the reins, upon him. "You expected a ayoungcouple," and there Is poor Miss Dovo at tho ho said. depot by this time." "Oh, you aro quite young enough, "Maria," said the old bachelor, "young ladles, my llttlo cousins ex sir," said tho innocent clergyman. I "And I must say tho young lady ap cepted, nro my abomination never had anything to do with cm pears a very cuarming person." Bachelor Brown felt himself and I never will. No doubt she's blush. capable of seeing herself here." "Should you think she'd mako a Mrs. Hlnklo rotrcntcd. good wife?" ho asked. "Ono ought to mako somo sacri"Undoubtedly." fice for a friend' satd Adolalde. And just then , Miss Dove ontered tell him she's a child. He's "I'll tho room,- looking angdic. Bachelor good to children." "It will never do," snld Mrs. Hln- Brown drew her aside. "I havo something to say to you, klo. "Ho'll never forglvo you." But Adelnldo ran up to her cous- Miss Dove," ho said. "Dear me. What is it?" sho in's study nnd burst in with an exasked. ceedingly theatrical laugh, t "They'vo mado a mistake," said ''What a mlstaket" she said, "and the bachelor. "They think wo wo how stupid of them all. You think Amanda Is a young lady, don't you?" nro nre pcoplo they expect, a a young couple, you know, about to " "Isn't she?" asked tho bachelor. "Oh, dear, do they?" whispered "As If a child of nine years could Poor llttlo Miss Dove, bol" said Adelaide. "Yes," said Bachelor Brown. thing." "Poor .llttlo thing, Indeed," said "Now jt would be very awkward to explain. the old bachelor, hurrying on his Couldn't And I like you so much. you liko me, too, and lot ' 'Bless me, why didn't coat and hat. him do it eh?" you mention it?" "Do what, Mr. Brown?" Meanwhile Bachelor Brown drovo "Marry us." to the depot. It was a long drlvo "Of course not. What would tho road, but ho kept on his over a bad way very cheerfully." Ho was ex- Hlnkles say?" "They'd be delighted." tremely fond of children. He hadr "But It would bo so odd." put a paper of even In his hasto, "Well," said Bachelor Brown, candy In his pocket. When, on Plantation color tA reaching tho depot, ho saw no sign "that's my fault, and they know I'm peopU aro often odd, my dear." of a child ho grew alarmed. Ho ran afflicted, as Dr. Four hours after the Hinklcs heard his fingers through his hair and Fenncr found ladies' waiting room. tho light wagon drivo to the door, when traveling peeped Into the young lady sat and rushed out to greet Amanda. In tho south. Only a "Wo'vo been so alarmed,-- " said Their diseases there, and ho retreated. Tho col111 full-grow- their appointments." SXartfora.. ECa.tMCcy. "What on earth docs she mean?" Will practice in all courts of Ohio thought Bachelor Brown. "But it's and very kind of them," and so, whllo Court adjoining counties, Superior and Court of Appeals. Coltho old lady hurried. Miss Dove away, lections and to dry her things, ho sat with tho ed to. Officeall legal business attend329 E. Market St. old clergyman In the parlor, Do you feel at all nervous, sir?" R- - R. satd tho old gentleman, after a T3 ttorney8 ggt Maw, Attorney at Law, HAnTFQitu, UJ Ky. Will practice his profession in all the courts ot Ohio and adjoin in r counties. Also Notary Public. Office, room 20, Hartford Houso. W. H. BARIMES ATTORNEY AT iiWr Hartford, Ky. counties and Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office practice WILL courts of his nrofeeeion in all Ohio and adjoining oveCar8on & Co. Jo. B. ROGERS Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in tha courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Careful attention given to all business entrusted to him, Offca in Retub-lic- an Building. J R, RIRTLE DENTIST HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Is prepared to do any and all kind of Dental Operations. Prices most reasonable. Office over Williams & Bell's Drug Store. I 8. WBif 8! HF OFFICE OVER RED FRONT' la prepared to do all kinda of Dental work at reasonable price. n ored woman who waited In tho ry w i..m THE' TIMID SUMMER GIRL. Palo-Faca- TILER'S D W I w sV p mmmimmmmtmmmtnMjm OINTMENT CURES MOTHINQ BUT A P.LK. CERTAIN CVr.C known for tOy.ars aaths BEST RElYlEDT FOR riutiu. rww.4 y mcainpsos Mweiiaco., iSiifca. 'lUrtsffind d She May De and Slender, But Her Lungs Are Sound. And what would a summer resort bo without tho timid girl? Something llko n elrcus without red lemonade, I imagine The timid girl may be pale-face- d and as slender as a fishing rod, but Blclc or Ililloua Ueadaclies, her lungs aro perfect Samson they are tho natural remedy. lungs. You hear her squeal tn tho They're tluy, sugar coatod granules, scarcely Jargor than early morning and you listen to hor muatard soods a compound of calliope shriek the last thing boforo refined and concentrated vegetable extracts. lut up In soaUxI viols, always fresh and re- sailing oil into tho land of nod. remedy. liable; a convenient Big, buzzy bugs that fly Into tho They're (manmtetil to invo satisfaction, la every caso, or your money is roturnaiL fate J summer resorter's eyes and ears are - 7VI, .'.TAT. her especial horror, and tho sight of .. Any experimenting wiw utiarr Head Is dangerous. Bcrious trou bMftssja ono Is likely to make her execute a from its beinc driven to tho threat dm IbbbbUI sudden but exceedingly original Inby Dr. Race's Catarrh Itemed; In tho bowling scholtlsh. soothing, cloausing, and ri eating prMasrlsaa, dian ttje Yry alloy slio Is very unhappy for fear completely and twrmanentiy c r- worst cases. Its prqprlatora' oner 0W that the bulls will jump up nnd hit ward for any laeiiraiua case. PLEASANT TO TUB TASTE, pleasant in the taking, pleasant in tbuir action but unrivaled in Uiolr rosulU. That fairly described Dr. Pierre's In ovcry Pleasant Pellets. disorder of tho livor, stomach, and boweli, they give a tatting euro. For Biliousness, Jaundice, Indigestion, Constipation, Hour Btomacb, and bo would sooner bo without corn meal nnd bacon on which his colored help subsisted, than Q olden Relief, which he used to cute their nches, pains, summer complaints and flux. This Remedy oures any nllment which has Inflammtv tton and pain as Its baso, from a chronlo I ' I vest-pock- I n young lady In tho waitingbronchitis to a pulmonary consumption-Inflammatio- n -room was seen to blush violentcan no raoro exist In pros- - " eooo of this remedy than can tha honey ly and to arlso. "I'm Miss Dovo," sho uald, "and I bee under tho fumes of sulphur. No Inflammation, no swelling;, no pain, no expected somo ono from Mr. Hln- Ono tablo-bronchitis, no consumption. spoonful (lon.n la a. certain cure for La klo's." "I I beg your pnrdon," ho began. Orlppc. ISo narcotics or mineral poisons In it. Safe nnd certain never disap"I expected to And a llttlo girl points. Money refundod if satisfaction I-- I-" not given. Toko a bottlo homo "I comprehend," said tho young lady. "I don't mind In the least." Agent wanted for new hri'c. Snltudld icllir. Rare i lmr i "Is this your trunk, ma'am?" tnnlty for aur active man or lady CI satd Bachelor Brown, In a hurry. No epr per month easily earned. "Yes," said tho lady, looking rlonco A"riUTr-q- u ,i$ full Inlrmllnii3. down. veglve "lalsWW we pay express aud allow) ::o And In a few moments the two cmdii Let us ten OUJSOOUl II, I. 11 . wero driving toward the Hinklcs' ZiefflcrcVCo.,Box country seut Never hud Bachelor 1870Phildeluhia,P VV full-growI to-da, apartment camo out of her nook as sho saw him, and ho addressed her: "Have you seen a llttlo girl waiting for somo ono?" "No, sir," said the woman. "Thero was twocamo down, but they'vo been took." "Oh, dearl" said uaeneior urown. "I hopo there s no mistake, it's a llttlo Miss Dove. Please mako Inquiries." As ho uttered these words tho Mrs. Hiuldo, "Such a storm," said Rose. "Wero you frightened?" asked Adelaide. But Amanda said nothing. Undo Richard, too, shrunk back, as though ho was afraid of something. "Tell 'em, Amanda," ho said. "No; you tell them, "said Amanda. "What is thero to tell? asked Mrs. Hlnklo. And Cousin Richard answered sheepishly: "Nothing only we'vo been get- DENTIST ting married." It was the only explanation ever offered. Tho Hinklcs never comprehended it. LIVE -- di lCVu TED mystery to them; and though thoy wero profuso lu their congratulalain relief. NO EXPERIMENT-.buttions and always continued the best a acieotifio and positiveroliof.'auopted of friends, tho half million which only after years, of experience. AH might havo boon Rose's or Ade- orders supplied direct from our offlaide's rather' troubled Mrs.. Hlnklo; ice. Price per package, 11.00, or and sho always declared in secret six packages for $5.00, by mail post, family circles that "sho was perfectpaid. EVERY PACKAGE GUAR-.- . ly sure Uncle Richard married out AN.TEED. Particulars (sealed) 4c. of spite to punish Adelaide for tho All Correspondence strictly Confitrick sho played upon him." N. Y. dential. PARK REMEDY CO. Boston, Mas, News. It was always a mighty PENNYROYAL PILLS Fcinalo Regulator, are perfectly safe and always relia bio. For all Irregularites, painful Menstruations, Suppressions, they never fail to aflonl a speedy and , cor. PARK nSstsWiWsillssw-aMI- I ' .Si'.i0 .ifj LO pm- mmiTrtf --JixHtxT' t ,i ii ijmj jitfTii &&t?g TZS&nrfZ' vW; """V , ... . " "J ,j;JJ !" MwmCmm. flMWftyflffSHWWS3SCS Si? If i J' ly in iavor of frco sugar? Who ever Dom-- . aui)ueiii:n eveky fkiday mornino heard of it beforo? Did not tho members of Congress fight irco ocratio Passed off Quietly with Nothing NAM A. AXIi:itN(X Proprietor. sugar jn 1890? and was not tho bill Editor. JO. II. ItOUKHN to Mar the Happiness of putting sugar on the free list passed Friday, October 5, 1894. over their nnst strenuous opposition? Anyone, Did not tho recent Congress with a Domocratio Tickot. Democratic majority of eighty or FOR COUNTY JUDUK. Savo alow Acoldonta which moro tax sugar 40 per cent? And in We are authorized to announce will not Provo Fa the faco of all this does any Democrat E. T. Williams Democratic nominee for Coun- have tho effrontery to insult common tal. As the There is a volumo of truth in the ty Judge of Ohio county. Election, intelligence by asserting that his parfollowing little quotations. In giving November 6, 1894. ty is iu favor of frco sugar? Yo gods Last week was thonnutial mcetiug tho trade outlook on October 1, 1892, We are authorized to announce it seems some folks can't shako off tho of tho Ohio Couuty Fair. Good one month beforo the Presidential John M. I,eacii of Ananias nohow. crowds were in nttendanco each day Courier-Journnominee for" the spirit Election, tho of that al As the Democratic aud on Saturday the Amphitheater office of Assessor of Ohio county. Of courses tho South is solid and date used tho following headlines: Election, November 6, 1894. was filled to overflowing. Good racing NOT A CLOUD. so long as tho corrupt mothods used and fiuo horses were in nbundance. by the Democratic party to control Republican Ticket. Master David Weaver came iu SKY UN- elections are submitted to- by tho THE COMMERCIAL closo proximity with the tongue of SPOTTED AND NOTHING people, just so long will it, remain Casehicr it Burton's 'bus, but was BUT BRIGHTNESS solid. Investigations of tho Alabama not seriously hurt. Hq,was soon able AHEAD. election sorootimo ago,in which Oatcs, to be running about town. defeated Kobb, Democratic candidate A raco horeo flew tho track Saturthe Populist candidate for Governor, BUSINESS LARGER NOWTHAN day and capsized Mr. Mat Ned, who EVER BEFORE AT THIS shows tho very height of shameless chanced to be in tho way, and furTIME OF THE YEAR. In fraud and ballot box stuffing. ther on tho 8a me horce ran against Whitehall bcat.Lowndcs county, where In summing up tho business history Mr. Oscar Liles, bruising him up cast a reElection, only 17 votes were actually For Congress John W. Lewis, of turn of 301 majority was made for of 1P93, after nine months of Demoaud finally rounded up beWashington county. Oatesand inDallas county where there cratic Administration, pure and sim- coming under the wirolast. For Appellate Judge D. L.D. Guffy. Courier-Journon December The dust being 10 thick between For Couuty Judge John P.Morton. were only 1,583 votes east, 0,GG3 ple, the 30, 1893, uses these significent head- the bndgo and the Fair Grouud, one For Sheriff Cal. P. Keown. were counted, showing 5,081 stuffed. For County Clerk D. M. Hocker. could not see to drive, Dr. J. E. Tho very heavens should cry out lines: For County Attorney E. P. Neal. THE YEAR 1893, Pendleton's buggy pollided with Perry against such corruption. For Assessor N. C. Daniel. For Jailer John W. lilack. Casebier's 'bus, and threw the Doctot For Surveyor G. S. Fitzhugh. The date ior tho election is draw- IN COMMERCIAL DISASTERS oul,f racturing a couple of his ribs and For Coroner Galin C. Westerfield. ing near when tho peoplo will bo callAND DEPRESSIONS THE tearing a wheel oil the bu-g- y. The magistrates: ed upon to choose from among the WORST IN FIFTY. Doctor has sufficiently recovered of Hartford A. S. Aull. contestants for place, thoso whom Rosine C. L. Woodward. be able to answer hU professional It is COLLAPSE OF INDUSTRY AND calls. they would have as scrvauts. Cromwell Jont B. Wilson. Fordsville no mean privilege to have this right BUSINESS SHOWN THAT IS A uegro, not known here, and who Buford of choice, and tho right itself is ALMOST WITHOUT A constudle: refused to give his name, was arrested fraught with no small responsibility. Hartford Hosea Shown. PRECEDENT. for "shooting craps" and placed it Rosine Thomas Allen. Tho Republican party has entered Can any sensible man doubt that the ail, where ho yet remains. Cromwell R. B. Martin. and will continue in it to present hard times are the result of that contest Fordsville Altogether tho Ohio County Fair the close, proud of the men who con Democratic mismanagement? Buford this year was a grand success. stitute its ticket, and doubly assured Tho North Star has the following Mr. Montgomery left several that there is not one man of them Ed 1. Crowe Hnrrlrtl-A- t blanks in hia epeech Monday to be but merits the people's fullest confi- to say, but understand we do not astho residence of Hon. that the filled with applause thoso Wanks dence and esteem. From Judge of sert great luminary John T. Hicks, of Senrcy, Arkansas, tho Court of Appeals to Justice of the toward which the North end of the Rev. John II. Dye, D. D., Pres ore there yet. is supposed to point ideut of Galloway Female College, Pe.iceand from Constable to Congress- earth's axle-tre- e It was painful to see Mr. Mont- man, there is not on tho Republican with ever changing, yet approximate performed the ceremony of tho margomery in bis speech Monday appealticket one man who would not in the certainity and which is so far re- riage of Rev. Ed P. Crowe, P.O. 0 ing to his auditors with such a be office to which he aspires reflect credmoved from things terrestrial as to Wheatley Circuit, White River Cou- seeching look for a little sound of ap- it upon his own genuine manhood and bafilo all attempts at measurement ference, Arkansas, to Miss Cora Let ' plause that never came. integrity and honor upon the constit- we,repeat wo do not assert that thelu - Smith, of Sikeston, Mo. This U the There was not a man in tho Court uency that should elect him. It has minary aforesaid has actually been sequel of a two years restiveness on House Monday who in his heart did e ver beeu the pride of tho Repub- talking, but nevertheless the North , the part of the youngest Crowe of the not give the lie to tho assertion that lican party to place none but good Star has. Whether the Star in ques- - flock. Ed has a host of friendj here who John W. Lewis is afraid to meet Mr. and able men before the peoplo for tion is really a star or whether it their suffrage and this year of 1894 is not, or whether it is a newspaper extend congratulations to him and Montgomery in joint debate. printed somewhere between the South- -' his beautiful and accomplished bride is no exception to that well establishThat the tariff is a tax paid whol- ed rule. A vote for tho Republican ern Cross and the heretofore men- - and wish him all the happiness and ly by the consumer and that tho ticket is not only a vote for good men, lioned luminary must be left to the prosperity flesh is heir to. price of nny given urticlo is the price but for good government. realms to conjecture together with .Monrr-MiiiHthe understanding as to whether or at the Custom Houeo with the duty Last Wednesday at 12 o'clock m , The CourierJournal of last Satur- not, the Nott and the Shott in the added are two cardinal doctrines of Mr. Ed P. Moore and Miss Delia Free Traders, In view of this fact day contained the two following case were respectively editor and de- Shultz, of Sulphur Springs, were Mr. Montgomery's arguing that the items: linquent subscriber or vice versa. united in theholybond of matrimony, New York, Sept. 28. R. G. Dun Here is the production and it shall at the residence ofthe 40 per cent tariff on sugar does not biidi's pircnts &Co's weekly review of trade and will not raise tho price of that Mr. and Mrs. Z. W. Shultz, Rev. G will say: Evidence of continued speak for itself: article was quite amusing. "Our improvement in wholesale trade and "A duel was fought in Texas by J. Bean officiating. There wete onl Alex" knows how to defeat the choice manufacture does not appear this Alexander Shott and John S. Nott. a few intimate friends and rel itives Nott was shot and Shott was not. In week. of his constituents for Speaker of the orders There is a large distribution on this case it was better to be Shott present, as no invitations wqieusued given some time ago but new House and to get himself appointed business going to the manufacturers than Nott. There was a rumor that Mr. Moore is one of the county's best upon an important Committee im- is everywhere slackening. The comple- Nott was not shot, and Shott avows and most popular young men and mediately after, but he doesn't know tion of orders lor replenishment of that he shot Nott, which proves either has many friends here, wherehe livec1 stocks leaves a narrower demand and that the shot Shott shot at Nott was how to make even nplansible speech. it is yet too early for consumption to not shot, or that Nott was shot, with his father, Col. W. Hoore, foi notwithstanding. Circuiustancial ev- several years, who wish him much provide futher orders. Brads-treet'- s idence is not always good. It may happiness. Miss ShulU is a young New York, Sept. 28. Immediately after the passage of be made to appear that the shot Shott review of trade the Gorman bill, by which a duty of will say: Trade reports from leading shot shot Nott, or, as accidents with lady of rare qualities of head and heart, and well worthy of the excel-len- t 4O per cent waB placed on sugar that centers in the Dominion of Canada firearms are frequent, it may be posyoung man of her choice. She it article rose in price about one cent tell of trade improvement. Jobbers at sible that, the shot Shott shot shot Toronto report business equal to ex- Shott himself, when the whole affair a sister of our efficient School Super per pound. But as the Democratic pectations, particularly in dry goods would resolve itself into its original intendent, Mr. Z. II. ShulU. The leaders Eaw the loss of thousands of and hardware. elements, and Shott would notbeshot Republican, together with their and Nott would be not. We think, votes as the result, they forthwith The reader will bear in mind that manj friends throughout the county however, that shot appealed to tho Sugar Trusty to which the trade depression continues in this shot not Shott, the Nott; Shott shot extends congratulations. anyway it but the magnificent pres country but trade improvement is is hard to tell who was shot. they had made entof $40,000,000 by taxing sugar found in Canada. It is always so. A Tenchrr' Mrpllug- holid lorJuilK Uuirjr. The teachers ofthe Rosine Magisteand begged that tho price might bo When wo approach Free Trade in IIawesvillb, Ky., Sept. 30. rial District met at Mt. Olivet, Sep kept down until after tho election. the United States depression follows My business has taken me through tember the 15th, 1894. The hwiise Seeing iu the Democratic party its with us, but prosperity with our for- Grayson, Meade, Breckenridge and was called to order by the President, lriend and benefactor the trust granted eign neighbors. Hancock counties. I find that Judge John B. Taylor, and after singing by the request and the price of sugar Guffy is exceedingly strong in all by R. P. Likens, and shows a tendency to decline. See? It has never beeu the policy of The these counties. The Republicans are choir, conducted Stewart the roll was prayer by W. G. Republican to misrepresent a politi- supporting him to a man, and he will called showing a number of teachers Democrats declared cal opponent nor to belittle the worthy get the votes of many persons not present. The Ohio themselves in favor of "the unlimited cflort of an orator of different political heretofore Republicans. The RepubThe Welcome Address by W. M views who might visit tho town or licans in the counties above named Likens made both teachers aud pacoinage of silver" in their recent State Convention, but Grover says county. It has chosen rather to give are more zealous than ever before. It trons feel that they were not strangFree Silver would ruin tho country. a fair and unbiased account alike now seems certain that the Republic- ers, but friends, interested in the same of the Democratic State of friend and foe. Neither is it now ans will carry at least three of the great Cause, the education of the s the intention of The Rituulican to four counties for the entire ticket, If children of our county, ResponConventions, a few years ago, declarSilver, and even Mr. depart from this the only honorablo all the Republicans will go to the sive Addrress was made by II. C ed for Free and vote, victory is assured, Crowder. - Montgomery carpeted his District way and to stoop to ridicule and polls N. Introductory discussion of Ends with bis Free Silver speeches and yet misrepresent that which we could and Means of School Government, by Stuffed Prophet not answer us is the habitual practice SIIhh Ellxnbrfli Cnllowny. the great Democratic The Louisville Sunday Truth con- II. C. Crowder. Mr. Crowder says of a sheet whose prejudice holds it is always ready to kneck out the the same plan will not always work Verily the Democratic par- in "tho gall of bitterness and iu tained the following account of a well in different districts, however lady who visited Hartford last young ty is an organization made up of the bonds of iniquity." There is no good it may be and different teachers in tho assertion that Mr. summer. odds and ends of political opinions Among the debutantes of this season must have different plans and each and held together by tho ever ready Montgomery's effort at the Court must follow a method natural to himHouso Monday was a flat failure. will be Miss Elizabeth Calloway, and self. and lrreeistablo thirst fcr office. she will easily be one of the handsomHis own party leaders in the county est girls of the year.She is the daughThe Teacher as Governor, by 1J P. n wereawaro of it. Not of ter of Maj. Tohn S.Calloway.the Taylor, was next on program. Mr, faraway WashTunRcpublicansof attorney, who recently made them even remained to hear his Taylor says that if there is a subject ington State are a level headed set speech. A considerable crowd had such a brilliant race for County Attor-ney.Sin the Common School curriculum accomplishisnyounglady of always and they have never more gathered at County Court and to ments and many graces of mind and that the teacher docs not like he of lully demonstrated their possession hear the couuty candidates and Mr. person, and is sure to be a favorite in should take special pains in teaching gray matter than iu their State plat- Montgomery began with u fair audi- society. She was educated at Baldwin it. College, Staunton, Va.,and in Profesform adopted at tho Spokane ConvenA motion was made and carried to ence, which at once began to diminish. sor Cabell's Washington School. September 20. Here is ouo tion on adjourn until 1 p. m, At 1 p m. By tho time ho had finished tlicro plank that is worthy of the perusal the Chairman called the house to oriiEitiiEitr, were less than one hundred men in of every voter: Miss. Dora Bruuer,who lias typhoid der and after singing by the choir the Court House. "Wc deplore the terrible calamity fever, is improving. Mr. E. P. Taylor continued his talk that has befallen our common coun position of Mr. Montgomery Mr. James Jones, wife and Master on the Teacher as Governor, The try by reason of the gross incompeMr. John IS, Taylor gave an intertency and misrule of the Democratic and his henchmen throughout tho Rolla, were the guests of Mrs. Catheesting talk on Good Scholaiship party, which for nearly two years District on the question of joint dis- rine Haynes Sunday. has had absolute control of the federRecitation by Mrs. J. N. Likens himself and Mr. Mr. Allie Brice made a flying trip al government. We denounce the cussion, between was enjoyed by all, adminSunday. Lewis is one of servilo and cringing to Fordsville foreign policy of the piesent School Grading was next disistration for bringing our diplomatic hypocrisy. Every man aquainted The party at Mr. Nat McCarty's service into disgrace abroad and con- with the two men knows that Mr. Saturday night was largely attended cussed by J. D, Oliver and John B. tempt at home; for its studied and Taylor. Mr. Oliver says that he and much enjoyed by all. "persistent effort to humiliate and an- Montgomery is far Mr. Lewis' inferi-rifinds that some parents object to continually maninoy; to injure and as a speaker and debater. And Miss Jennie Patterson commenced fest its contempt for those whose in- Mr. Montgomery poses as tho dial-leug- school at Pleasant Springs Monday, School Grading. How Penmanship should be taught juries received while defending the in the case and Insquilldrivcrs Miss Ellen Haynes was on the sick was discussed by Messrs. John B. flag of their country, merited for ruise a howl because his challenge is list this week. them not only the everlasting gratiEillah. Taylor, II. C. Crowder and J. D. tude, but also the bounty of the na- not accepted. Mr. Montgomery I Oliver. tion. We condemn it for its The formula of Ayer's Sarsaparilla would not bo accepted Introductory Polk Lord its pur- -' policy of tariff reform, which in prac- knew well it tice its leader and head denounces as when ho madoitand, he knew also is well known to the medical pro- pose and how it should be studied; one of 'perfidy and dishonor,' a poli- that his own uugentlcmanly conduct fession, and universally approved of wes next discussed by J. N. L'ikens cy which raxed the poor man's break- alone rendered it impossible If the firm guarantes ' excellence and and John B. Taylor, Mr. Taylor says fast table for the sake of enriching its Montgomery mcaus to play tho uniformity in. the medicine, and the he would study Polk Loremerely as political friend and benefactor, the Mr. bulldozer, world's experience for nearly half a a literary production. 7Mr. E- - P. coloseol Sugar Trust of America; a part of the political pulicy the very menace of which lias and yet without apology, and without century has fully demonstrated its Taylor says the teacher should study dcstioyed confidence, ruined values, the subject to gain ai kuowledge of demoralized capital, and starved labor. reparation demand courtesies which no value. Hartford Republican And is tlio Democratic partyrcal gentleman could grant without compromise, ho mistakes tho spirit of John W. Lewis and tho Republicans of tho Fourth District. In tho languagoofn prominent Democrat ' 'If candidates for so exalted a position as that of Congressman are not to treat each other as gentlemen, where then arc wo to look for our models of gentlemanly conduct? Mr. Lewis is right." " FAIRWEEK the ideas to be expressed aud not the names of the individuals Nature and Value of Folk Lore was discussed by W. M. Likens. Miss Lamaslus, a tencher from Lynch, Butler couuty, and Mr, J. one of Grayson's pipulir te.ic.hcrs, were welcome visitors. A motion was made and carried to hold the next meeting at tt. Pleasant. Another motion was nude to extind a vote of thanks to the people for The their hospitality aud kindness. vote was unanimous. The teachers will long remember the people of Mt. Olivet. The Association adjourn ed to meet at the above named place at 9 n. in., October 20, ttio). A program for the next meeting will appear later. John I). T.u'Lon, Pres. Mollii; TuxstALL, Secy. -. LEITOHFIBLD. About For Months I hikra liccn n gulTcrcr (ram tioublo vrltli in j kid-ti-e j.i. Sty Imck was so hmo I could not rnls mysoltirommycliftlr, nor could I turn over la bed nltlioiitKrcAt, much nltli Indigestion. Slnco taking 2,000 Peoplo Hear John W. Hon. Lewis, Ialn. InbosulTercd' And About IOO Homain to Hoar Montgomery. fourboUlejotllcmd's fe ' . I ' - oe. Special train and half rates to the Owensboro Fair. On October 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, 1894, a special train will leave Central City nt 5:30 a. m. passing Beaver Dam at 6:24 a. m. and arrive at Owensboro at 9:45 n. 111. Returning, leave Owensboro 4:30 p. iu, aud arrive at Beaver Dam 8:20 p. in. Only $ 50 for the round trip from Beaver Dam. II. Merrick, Ag't. 1 1 Or. Price's Cream'Baklne Powdor World's Pair Highest Award. Since the brick walk question struck Hartlord walks have been built from town out to the College, which adds greatly to the looks of that part ol town. I SUPERSTITIOiN. Short Ohnptor on n Evil. Numtirr Thirteen and Prlilnjr m I'nlurky Why Children In Their Tarly Clillil- hoixt Slmnlil He Krpt from ha- Wldo-Sproad Inflnrncr. LiiiTciiriKLi), Oct. 1, It becamo impossible for 1110 to reach you with a communication from here, for your Inst week's issue, nud nnd ullhough now Into it will not do to let the inngnilicpiit demonstration, at this place, given Hon. John W. Lewis on the 2 Ith tilt., go unnoticed in your excellent paper. I don't suppooctho people of Grnysou county ever witnessed such an outnourimr nt a public speaking iu their midst. 1 he crowd could not have been less than 2,000. Mr. Lewis spoko for two hours nud twenty Iiv miniiteo.the longest ypcech ho has made during the. campaign. Ho was at his best, being inspired by tho splendid audi-encbefore liuu. His speech was on a high piano of dignified discussion: eminently fair and free from an thing onjeciionaoie. "c, however, droo home with groat power tho responsibility for tho present distressed coiuli-tio- n ofthe country, sho.ung up tho ruinous legislation of tho Democratic party so cleai nud phun that tho ways faring man, though out ol balance, cuul.i no! fail tosco where the troublo lies. It was the effort of a master, his flights of eliKiuciice.tit timet', worn really gland and tho duce subject of economics were made so attractive by his splendid oratory tliut the most perfect attention wns given him by tliut great uudicneo through hi whole speech. o with most Rrntltjlng remits, I nuw feel Ilka t mio w pcrnon. Hood's S.rsnparlll h.ii dona moro for me thin nil tlio other medicines I lmM) erer Liken. Suflcrlug has censed to to k drendod trou- lie ami I have been Mrs. y. I-- Ufttlle restored to ierfet health. Through sympathy u Snranpnrllla T Mood's JL nltli poor mortals who cannot rat or steep with lomfort, I havo plvcn my experience with Slim. 1'. I-- IIAttlb, Hood's Barsaparllla. llo sure to get Hood's. rarboroiich, f. c. J.v,r'ures Saraa- - 'Hood's Pills nro the best. (i o. per box. parilla ! 1 Tr QUART FAIL Ol-- ' Y REPORT Till? Beaver Dam DEPOS T 1804. B At tho Closo of Businoss on 18th day of Juno Two-third- There is fur more superstition In the world, even among intelligent people, than one would imagine. Its origin is traceablo to tho curly days of the human race, when men's minds were of chlldllko simplicity, and not trained to look nt tho of things or to renson from effect to cause. Th "thirteen" superstition, for instance, comes down to us from long-pas- t ages, when tho number was regarded as n superfluity, being next to twelve, which was regarded as a perfect number compounded of threo and four. Tho superstitious ldoaof "bad luck "that is connected with Friday resulted from its Immediately preceding tho orlginnl or Jewish Sabbath, which made it necessary to leave uncompleted nny work begun on Friday. Many consider this dny nn Innuspic-lou- s one because it is associated w ith the crucifixion and with the hanging of criminals. Many philosophers consider superstition the basis of religion, which, ton certain degree, is n reaching out townrd and a dependence upon the supernatural, Huxley traced the almost universal bolief In ghosts and hopgobllns back to the infancy of human thought, and it is in tho young, doveloping minds of today that tho belief in ghosts and other supernatural fancies is most powerful. Tho cause of this is unintelligent teaching and tho tendency to drive instead of to guide. Chil dren begin to reason about theso things not far from tho ngc of four, nnd up to their twelfth yenr tho young minds are very impressionable. After this they become seen-tid- e and aronotsocusily persuaded. It is n bad practice for mothers or murses to tell children that which they know to be untrue, ns, for Instance, that angels guard the beds of babes or that some spook Is prepared nnd eager to carry off children who nro not well behaved. It Is n custom that cunnot bu too severely condemned, for its results cling to ono even In adult years, and nro doubtless tho result of much The mind of the girl Is moro cuslly Impressed than that of tho boy. Sbo ncccpts these things ns truths, curries them through her after life, and thus taints tho minds of tho young which she, in turn, must direct and Influence. So it goes on from generation to generation, with tho result that superstition clouds tho intellects and judgments of peoplo whoso reason should teach them better, and tho raco Is unnblo to throw off the shackles that bound their fathers and thus progress moro steadily toward tho truth. Iuccms n little sliunge to a gentle-ma- n who recognizei tho proprieties KESOUUCES. Loans and Discounts . . , $72,075,87 Overdrafts, htcurcd . , . 264.11 Overdrafts, unsecured , , 594jo Due from National Hanks 11,115.58 Due from State binks nud Hankers Hanking house nnd lot , 3,000.00 Specie 2,632.72 Currency 2,041.00 Furniture and Fixtures . 1,500.00 Curtciit expenses . . , 867.12 ?94, 139.29 -- one-thir- d well-know- he It is 0110 of the inconsistencies of our broadening civilization that children arc not taught tho truth in regard to natural phenomena. If nbsoluto stntcment of fact cannot bo effective, nt least some good may result from leading the young mind nway from fnlso Ideas. Thero may bo some doubt as to tho wisdom .of enlightening children on tho Santa Claus myth, tho Red Riding Hood fublo nnd similar falry-liksubjects, yot It cannot but prove a mental benefit as well as establish a senso of comfort nnd safety to assure them that ghosts and spooks and goblins, do not exist; tliut tho only disembodied votco they need to fear is tho voice of conscience; that right and wrong bring their own reward nnd punishment; nnd that truth In all things should bo the Incentive of every thought and uctlon. Boston Budget. o jority. aud courtesies which obtain among gentlemen, that alter what hus pusscd between Mr. A 11. Montgomery and Mr. Lewis, nnd tlio lact Unit Mr. Lewis has repeatedly refused to delmto with Montgomery and insist on his right to manage and make hU own canvass iu his own way, free from molestation, that Mr. Montgomery should still insist in running iu 011 Mr. Lewis' nppoiulments nud interfering with him. It ii certainly tho spirit ofabulldt-zertha- t prompts him. Mr. Montgomery was at LcitehfieM the day Lew is spoke there, though ho wus billed for Brandenburg that same day. IlisnppiTiutiiient wu niado for Leitchfield niter huviiig fimt written hero and lpurncd tliut Mr. Lewis m to speak that ilny. This shows the imfmiu. Mr. Lewis rehcarted tho f.icls regaiding the Shcperdsvillo nud Hodgenaville incidents, all of w,ic, have heretoforo been publMicd, being pnvent and not dissenting nor denying any part of either. Mr. Lewis tuhl in view ol what had p.used between them, as ho hail related, aud hid positive relura! to recognize Montgomery .lie would not now attempt to propeily clmrac-Icru- o the gall and check of a man who under the nrcuniMnnces would force himself upon aim, but would only close tho whole matter with the well known quotation from Cicero, "(Ictjmtibiu tion ed iluimtnmtum." Mr. Lewis mado his speech, in nth errespects, thobume as it Montgom cry hud not been here and when through left tho houso nnd so did tho crowd. A few reveuuo oflicials, the and their imniodiuto friends-- , ubout 100 iu all remained to hear Montgomery, a painful contrast with the muguifieent audience which faced Mr. Lewis. Ilmvo understood tliatMoutgoiuery denied iu his speech, tho Hodgcnvillo incidcut. Tho nmn who would deny tliut would deny anything. He would net deny itm Lewis' presence, either at Hodgcnvillo or Leitchfield. Montgomery is on tho run, ho feels that his grasp on the neck of tho District is lelnxing, henco ho throws good breeding nnd gentlemanly courtesy to the dogs and takes all clmnccs in interfering with the peo nle and nrevontine tlmm .,,., i,n... irn... UVtllO ...w... ing, undisturbed, Mr. Lewis' manly exposition of tho evil times that nro upon us. Let old Graynon give Lewis from two to three hundred ma -I'ost-maste- LIABILITIES. Surplus fund Capital stock paid in, in cash? 25,000:00 8,2i;o.oo Undivided profits . . . . 4,204.02 Due Depositors . , 56,571, 6 DtteSt'tebanks&Srteb'k'rs 59.00 DueXational Hanks . . . 54.'6o ... oi COUNTVOl'OlllO. Is3 John II. Hames. Cnsh?crnf Heaver Dam Deposit Hank, a bank located and doing business in the town of Heaver Dam. in siid coinity,leing duly sworn, says that the foregoing report is iu all respects a true .statement of the condition of the .said hank at the close ot business on the iSth day oljuue 1894, to the best of his knowledge and hclicf;aud futthertays that the business of said bank has been transacted nt the location named, and not elsewhere; and that the above tcport is made in compliance Statu 5 94. K untuck 139-2- 9 v, ) a vi if with nn official notice received from the Secretary of State, designating the iSth day of June, 1894, as the day on which such report shall be made. Subsctilnd nnd wvoni to before me by John II. Hames. the 20th day of June, 1S94. Kowan IIoi.iihook, Clerk Ohio Couuty Court. Hy Shhi.hv TavlokD. C. J. II. ItANnr.s, Cashier R. 1', HOCKKU, ' Director. " Jno. II, Hauniis, I. I". IlAltKARtI, " 8. S, liM, 0 WENSBOJtO, KY .. P-- Wj . i The Leadiag Plioiographer. Pictures la E?;rj Stjle acd Site, liY01d Pictures Copied and Enlarged A -- SPECIALTY. 108J Main Street. WmO IlAUrFOlill, KlI.NTlTKY, Mm' m charge al old homes. let live." U3V Builder Will draw drafts fium n nice, neat cozy cottage up to a fine two story ill house. draw plans frco of on all hinds of buildings, nud remod Will inakccnrcfiil estimates Motto "Live and ' l n BM quaiiT- -. hutiiqchtt. ' ' I 4 gf WHITE'S CREAM FOR 20 YEARS t7 IIIUUUDSOS IIIflB ? ' MDICIUCO., ST. LOC13. rf , M ! WhA 0. J. RMIFUGE Has loci all Worm Romodlos. ?rr;.4 EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. BOZ.D EVERYWHERE. 4 j , -- Wis H Scrofula humors nnd nil diseases caused or promoted by impure blood or low state of the system arc cured by Hood's Fornaparilln. 4 t ftrane8 NO LIQUOIIS SOLD. I' 1-.. Hotel Owensboro, Kentucky. BEST FAKE. . - i ' ,. r.: 'h ''''f1 . Fk j titV f" w - ' y . . 4&M OPPOSITE TEXAS DEPOT. 'Rates Reasonable. NO INEBRIATES KEPT. THE PATRONAGE OF ALL GO'OD PEOPLE SOLICITED. " ' ' "V. " ur d Can You Tell Why It Won't Work? I heard that a respectable north-countr- y morchant has Invented a means for getting to Australia In twelve hours; a means sosimplo that I fancy it must have occurred to a good many people already. Everyone knows that tho world spins round on Its axis onco In twenty-I'ou- r hours. Whence it Is clear that If you hang yourself up somowhero and wait, In twclvo hours Australia will be under your feet, and you will onlylmvo to step down In ordor to bo comfortably there. Tho good merchaut proposes to send passcn-- , gcrs up in a balloon, where they will wait until Australia comes round. It is an admirablo scheme. Pall Mall Budget. ' . LL . OL" Allegro .u CITY i BAKING POWDER Sample , m "rurt,",,Htuilaomt,""lIa4noiufCTior." TIAMI..1.II ..!. ...... .1 ..-- . I .. . rhau . CUimiuplucoabovo tborcit. '(, AbiolutclypureunUuwlMonf, (Omli) Wltb ten pennies get n r anvplo Of your Grocer nn y day: 17o your pcnnlca will re pay If it U not sat' In- - fac-tlo. . . Omit) . Hon- - cit trt al'i all mif. Failure tbcro will never bos. a' Tor (ucccan will lTuosa who use Q, C. D. I'. low Omii) lirt. 3bte... .. lit time. r J'd ..,! ' fiu$fl A'-,'t- .... .... J' adUma. It i i t . J -- T1J l i i III t , a r . 1 .i ii liiiiiiiiwiiV.'uAHJ.',.1.-- "- I v jr l"J i- - GREAT BARGAINS ,' Mr. B. D. Gufiy wus in Hardinsburg last week. Mrs JohnJ.McHcnry sick forhcvcral days. - BEAVER DAM. Happenings and Personals as Reported by our Regular Correspondent. Rev. Bringlc, Central City, preach cd in the Bjptist Church Sunday. A mass meeting was held in ! lias been quite 'COIIE TO' 4 For thoso-wh- o attend the Ohio County Fair at the popular trad ing place of Mcssib. C. M. Burnett nnd W. A. Gibson in Owensboro this week. Mr. 1'lnk Westcrfield matriculated in Till. Rr.i'UiiMCAN office to learn the art. of printing. A? FAIR BROS. & CO. last Monday R&t.i "" T&k f. &: trr Wfi1 - 5"V's : ?' ifi I" '.. Remember we have just received the largest line of Dry Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Millirery, Boots and Shoes of any other house in Ohio county, all bought at a low cash price, and we propose to give our trade the benefit of all our advantages. We sell for cash, by so doing wecan afford to sell for less money than those who do not. We quote you a few bargains in each line: Cntiton Flannel Ucst Calicoes Master Harnett Rogers and little the sister Knthie, are vls'.ting their grand- School Hall Sunday night lor the parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M Rogers, purpose of insisting that we have a larger attendance of the Liberty neighborhood. at our Sunday Mr. Charlie Shown, of Beda has accepted a position in Foster's New Cash Store. Charlie is an good fellow, nnd his many friends wish him success. Rcv.J. C. Branden, Pastor in charge School. The Palace Riding Gallery is spend ing the week in town nnd is a pleasure to both young and old.Gimour & Lavnn proprietors. Miss Tenie Hays, Rochester, is spending the week with her sister, Mrs. J. P. McKenney. Mis. Georgia Coots nnd Mrs. J. P. Mckcnneylcft Wednesday for Owensboro, where they will attend the fair. Dr. W. T. McKenney and Arthur Hunt, who have been sick for some time, are up again. Mr". J. R. O'Bryan and family, who have been boirding at the Austin House for the past three months, have rented rooms at Mr. John Bir's, on Main Street-M- r. Perry Westcrfield ntJd family spent Sunday in Rochester, BEAVER BAM Again we Announce to the People Of Ohio and Adjoining Counties Our of the Ccratvo Circuit, will move his family to town so his children can attend our College whilchc attends to his partorinl duties. At the Conference in Owensboro last week Mt. Hcrmon congregation was taken from the Hartford Circuit and attached to the Pleasant Ridge Circuit, with C. F. Williams P. C. ANNUAL OPENING! And without any flourish of trumpets or jingle of words we are positive that we have the STOCK OP GOODS from which the people of this country can select their "supplies," their "SUNDAY WEAR," their "wedding suits," outfits for housekeeping, in fact everything. It matters not what may be said about "hard times," people must have all these things, and we know it, and we know they have got the money to pay for these. Come and look through,then if you do not buy you are certainly out nothing. Now we will not give a great list of low prices, because peod ple not only want some goods but they want something new, FINE AND FASHIONABLE. As to Staples we' have STACKS on STACKS of PRINTS, DOMESTICS, Tickings, Plaids, Jeans, Linseys, Flannels, c.,&c. The best Prints in the world at 5c. Canton Flannels at 5c. Domestics at 5c, &c, &c. Dress Goods from 10c. to $1.25 per yard. FURNISHING GOODS of all kinds. MILLINERY and Cloaks NEW, NOBBY and FASHIONABLE. SHOES, elegant and stylish. HERE ! The cash or good country produce will COME TO SEE US. buy these goods. low-price- v -- Staple IDry Goods. , ' . , jna r " " . 15c " " Ynrd wide domestic , . . 5c " Good nil wool real flannel 15c:" " Sheeting :6c" , . 20 " " Red tabic linen " Best water proof 65 8c " " loc Gingham 15c 10-4 " Shirting " Cotton Jeans " Bed ticking ... ... per yard. Also n line of silk velvets, braids, Jet passamentric. A look at Kid. S. F. Fowler, of Madisonville, this line will convince you that the assisted by Kid. I. II. Teel, Beaver per ynrd .5c style is right AND TUB PRICBS Dam, will begin n series of meetings 5c " " at the Court House in Hartford next " " THBI.OWBST. 5c Wednesday, in the interest of the nUElllin-ery. . ... . We buy We are here to sell goods. With strictly for cash and sell for cash. a life time experience in our line we Jiiive advantages that other houses do not get. Give us a call; we guarantee satisfaction. A six weeks old inrnnt of Mr.and Mrs. W. II. Barnes, Kinrierhook, died Tuesday night nnd was buried Indies white handkerchiefs 5C The have them in the newest shapes at the Hartford Cemetery Wednesday. Men's 5C in soft and stiiThats. Anyone want-5o- c The parents and friends have the Fine woven corsets.', . . ing the latest should not fail to sec sympathy of the entire community in their sad bereavement. Ulack lisle gloves 15c lurliue. white black and tan hose 8;f c Indies Hartford is soon to have another BOOTS & SHOES. Regular made :5c Wc ,)ave the nrgMt ne o a(Ues physician in the person of Dr. C. M. ileavrin, of Basket. Ky, Dr. Ileavrin Pine Hue or embroideries . atfc up , Misscsshocs to ,omij in llrt. comes to us bearing an untarnished $1 Handsome silk umbrellas foRK T,e rfcc ,s right( qun,Uy reputation and gives promise of soon Fine .silk velvet, all colors. . . 75c the vcry best Me,,, hoo& from ranking among the foremost doctors We gladly welcome $1 25 per pair to $3, Times arc close of the State. him to our midst, nnd bespeak tor We have 11 handsome line of nllthc nd farmers who have many pairs to him a bright future, which he so latest weaves and newest fall shades, iIUy wlll surely act wisely by seeing justly merits. nt prices tunning from 25c to $t 50 our line. FitrNntr. Any one desiring to buy a cheap farm with a good young orchard of 150 bearing trees, n fine lot white oak' and poplar timber, should call on or write me. The farm is on the Rochester nnd Beaver Dam road near I Cool Spring Church. will sell low. . J. A. Hoops, Pi cutis, Ky. Hest carpel chain nNTotioiis. .... ... 1 8c This line needs but little comment, as we have foryears been recognized 1 as leaders in this line. We can commodate you with n hat stylishly trimmed from 50c to $$. Miss Ben-- 1 nctt, our popular trimmer, is with us again and shall be glad to show that politeness is our motto. tic-1- Christian Church. Attye. Do You Hrrtl Jtfnp.T We have with us for a short time R.L.Eads & Co., representing tho firm of Raud, McNnlly A, Co , publishers oftbo famous houso and office maps. Every fanner, merchant, lawyer and doclor should have this use-f- al acquisition in his home. These young men livo in our own State and come highly recommended. They will take great pleasure in showing you tho work in your home with t prices too low to mention. 10-G- M Rev. 1S.IJ. Pate and wife, Mr.KHjah Miller, Mrs. Martha Ross, Miss Davis, and Mrs. J. K. Foglc, Hartford; Wm. Duke nnd wife, Henry Bean and wife, Sulphur Springs; Thomas Greer and Mrs Martha Ward, Beda, attended Conference at Owensboro last week. 3NT-77- - HVts! - . 1 .......... ..... te DrGSS GOOdS' Tho Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union of Ohio counry will meet nt Clurk's schoolbouse, October 12th Kith. 18'J-i- . Clark's echooMiouse one and one-hamiles south of Fordville on the HincsMill road. Ample provis. ions have been made. Come. Arrangements have been made for public speakers on tho grounds during the day and at Fordsvillo at night. Hon. T. 8. Pettit, ot Owensboro, and Jo A. Parker, of Paducab, will bo present and address tho people Everybody is invited to come and have a good time. T. H. Balmaik Pres. F. fc L. U. 0. 0. lf Sotler. SSEE HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION FAIR BROS & CO., Prop'rs. Friday, Octoiii;r5, Won by n head stylish millinery. 1894. Mr J. S. Field, Cincinnati, town this week. Miss Maggie Stevens is at home sick of typhoid fever. Fair tiros. & Co's Mr. B. I. Moore, Sulphur Springs, was in town Monday. A fine watch given away with every Remember that C. I.. Field keeps good rigs for hire day or night. Mrs. Jo. B. Rogers, who has been sick for some time, is no 'better. Mrs. J. IV Stevens is confined to her room on account of sickness. Fair Bros. & Co's exposition of fall novelties now open. Admission Itee. fall tip that made with one ol Bros. & Co's nobby autumn suit sold by Fair Bros. & Co. Fair Bros. & Co's fine Millinery goes ahead of anything in town. Hscpr, J. I). Uyers Rosine, made us a pleasant call whilcin town Tuesday. Farmers can save money by buying winter supplies from Fair Bros. & Co. A Fair Bros. &Co. will open Saturday Fair a fine Hue of underwear. Call and them. At Fair Jlros. & Co. you will what you want, and want what see. Heaver Dam is' being greatly proved in the way of several buildings. see find yem hats. Fair Bros. & Co. shoe department is a delightful place to be in all the time. r;.i I. .' 4 f " l new Field. Miss.Jennie Rogers, Leitchfield,vis Kdna, little daughter of Mr. and ited her brother, Mr. Charlie Rogeri, Mrs. Jo Foster, Kinderhook, has ty- last week. phoid fever. Mr. John Barnes, of Goshen, who imHcavrin, Basket, has been sick for some time, is Dr. and Mrs. C. M. proving. were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. I,. New Goods, Stylish and Pretty, Ileavrin last week. want anice suit, can be found at Miss A. B. Lewis & Young man, if you Co's millinery store. ornnd overcoat, Fair Bros. &Co. will MissRnchie Sanderlur, Whitesville, save you money. , you ladies visited her parents Mr. und Mrs. J. 1. Mathematics may puzzle Sanderfur, last week. but your wife will find figures to Mr. Icm II Mo Henry has gone to your liking at Fair Bros. & Co. Louisville, where he will attend law Horse Shoe is a good omen, but school during the winter. the lucky shoe that brings case and . Elder I. H. Teel will fill his regular beauty is sold by Fair Bros. & appointment at the Court House next Rev. C. R. Crowe, Jeflcrsonville, Sunday morning and evening. preached an intereatingscrmon at the Mrs. A. J. Casey returned to her Methodist Church Wednesday night. home in Owensboro Wednesday, acThe Ohio, County Sunday School companied by her brother, R. D. Convention will convene at Fords-vill- e Walker. on the 3d Friday and Saturday Mr. W. M. Fnir returned from the in this month. Kastern Cities yesterday, where he The new galf cape is the latest 'purchased goods for the popnlrff firm Fair Bros. & thing in fall wraps. of Fair Bros. & Co. Co. have a complete line made from Just rcceiving.all stylish and fresh, the most fashionable cheviots. time." 57, 3:30, lot of goods. Miss A. B. Lewis & 5"U1 "li, i7 you'll pressed for Fair Bros. & Co. extend n cordial Wednesday, 17th, 97, 8, Miss MagCo. would be pleased to. have all call if'DUcovir THE ORIGINAL invitatiou to all to come and examgie Richardson. buying. blotches, crup-and sec them before pics, ine their fall and winter stock of Dry A Gonoral Whose N L nnd humor ore 109, 11, A. S. Bennett. nym for SH Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, &c. Attorney W. T. Hayward left 67, 2:30, J. L. Hoover. Lord Wolscloy, Saturday with his family, for Louis- - e' thoroughly and Thursday, 18th, 48, 8, C. H. McxA daily overland mail has been esinly than anything on tho discipline of Ti ville, where he will continue to prnc-h- o Wood noUoru tablished between here and Owens-borin tho reign of Lot Donald. mvuritles that cause 20, 11, Lowry B. Mills. which will add greatly tothecon-venienc- e tice his profession, Mr. Hayward A ttons that tho lnstr a young man of much ability and overy Bkln, Scalp, fantry was iutrustei 12, 2:30, A. S. Tanner. of the stations between the is u as a lawyer has always displayed much tint?t, "whoso narrtd Friday, 19th, 100, 8, U. C. Barnett. two places, ! nr"1 '" .... legal knowledge. The w'n"'I""'"jitlrrnrH""' 52, 11, D.'E Ward. Answers to tlieAQ inquiries may bo Dr. B. W. Ford, who has been wishes him all the successimaginablc. f 53. 2:30, C II. Ellis. sent to tho editor of The Rei'Uuuoah( practicing his profession at Fordsville, M. R. and will iosuro n proper and accurate At the Conterence of the for several years, comes to Hartford dMr.-- 3 E Wilev. u6 Chambers St.. this week to locate permanently. Dr. Church, recently held in Louis- - statement ol what is so imports; Ford is one of the most highly edu vine, ut. h.err, 01 nowung urecu overy c,i,ian j tho couutv, iHPri lUfYork City,- says that Ayer's 1 ftamparilla cured him ol a dry and PIcaso send in your answers a cated young- - men of the c jucty, nnd returned to this District as Presiding ' iftly.hunior, from which he suffered always .shown gteat skill in his . Elder, and Rev. . J. . B. .. Perryman ln answering please givo tho Io has . . profession, chosen lie, together J was returned to this Circuit ns 1 astor. Bnj uun,ber of your district. &ME loieraoiy. tic nous; "i nave noi Mtr blemish on my body, and my with his estimable wife, (nee Miss These two good men have maae many e.is wuouy due to Ayer s sarsapa- will be quite an ad- - friends among us who gladly welcome Lizzie Moore) Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powkir 4" i them back. dition to our town. World'! Pair Itlfheit and Diploma, UUI-ivv.i- Buggies, harness, wagons, lap im. dusters, whips for salt by C. I .! Coal, foul. have sold my interest in the Johnson and Mosely Coal Bank to Albert Rial and have opened another DUhoIiiiIoii .Viilirr. I have sold my interest in coal bank on the farm of J. W. Reeks, the Pleasant Ridge Milling Company three miles east ol town. Send me to Mr J. C. Westcrfield, a member of your orders and I will guarantee you the firm, who with Mr. I. R. Yates good coal. Respectfully, ' N. Gallagrr. will continue the business under the old firm name nnd will settle all outKothlnic Mraiige. standing accounts and assume all reIntelligent people who realize the sponsibilities. Thanking the public for past patronage and asking a con- important part tho blood holds in tinuance of the same to the new firm, keeping tho body in a normal condition, find nothing straugo in the numI am Respectfully, I. C. Hoover. ber of diseases Hood's Sarsaparilta Tin- trnklllir. is able to cure. So many troubles Accotding to announcement, Hon. result from impure blood, the best A. B. Montgomery, Democratic nomtreat them is through the inee for Congress, spoke at the" Court way-tblood. Hood's Saren'parilla vitalizes House Monday. The crowd was small ami not enthusiastic. The the blood. county candidates made short speechHood's Pills are the best after es, announcing their candidacy. dinner pills, assist digestion and ' prevent constipation. Homo InipiirlHiit Inquiries. Photographs. Tiie 24th of October un investigaA, D. Taylor can be found in his the representing tion convention, wholo State of Kentucky, wili meet Elegant Photograph Car in Hartford each Saturday morning until, n a. m. at Louisville. s Call on him if you want The purpose of the meeting is tofct work. before the world in their strongest light tho resources bRho State nnd to People with hair that is contininvite here a clu&s of intelligent and ually falling out, or those that are thrifty homescekers, whose coining bald, can stop the falling, and get a would add so much to tho business good growth of hair by using Hall's activity ol the State. Hair Renewer. Every county in the State ought to Niiperliittndeiit'a VIIU. bo represented in the convention and Monday, Oct. 9; No. m, 8 a. m. arrangements are being made to linvo Mrs. Mollie Storms. Ohio county properly represented. 107, 11 a. in. yith this end in view the Commercial 59, 2:20, James Dull. Club of Hurtford asks tho cooperatiou Tuesday, 9th, 95, 8, Miss Ida M. and asdistauce ot every public spirited" Smith. citizen. 93, 11, Miss Ida Jett. That an intelligent and correct state 42, 2:30, J. D. Hocker. mont may bo prepared, The Rkvub-Ijca- n Wednesday, loth, 43, 8, Miss Nanpresents to each Bchool district nie Moseley. in tho county tho following inquiries. 24, 11, 76, 2:30, Miss Nettie Rogers. There is certainly in each district Thursday, nth, 84, 8, Miss Mary somo ono who will take sufficient interest in this important matter to Miller. 80, 11, proparo and furnish us with tho infor45, 2:30, W. M. Johnston. mation which would he worth so Friday, 12th, 58, 8, J. L. Elmore. much to tho county if properly put 83, n, Miss Sallie Quisenberry. beforo tho world. 78, 2:30, J. J. Keown. Please in supplying be careful to Monday, 25th, 55,8, J M. Stogner. make your estimates as nearly correct 105, 11, Miss Henri Hammons. as possible: 56, 2:30, I. C. Hoover. CO. ted with water "Iugo, a dog of qu Tuesday, 16th, 49, 8, Miss Mallie For particulars regj Ferguson. 46, 11, Miss Alice Bowman. AND CLEAIt seo Mamlo and Gcrt I cue-thir- HOCKER 'ollose 6 CO. llniiprnlnx. en- Till? HOUR Ol' UX. Of all the hours that we at school joy. When thoughts of books no longer vex, When we our minds in praise and song employ, The sweetest is "the hour of Ex." That joyful hour, that hour so doubly sweet, To those whose minds are innocent; To those who have a smile for all they greet, From least on up to President. We love to listen to the lectures here, By that majestic College Pres. ; We love to sit in reverential fear, And meditate on what he says. He understands our natures all so well, (For he has read tliem in our eyes;) Aud when his thoughts with direful mischief swell, Oh, how that "imitation" flies! He mimics all the foolish ways and Of those who always disobey, And poiuts with honest pride to "John" who walks, With care, the straight and narrow way. ' first-clas- talk Silas Newton'; Oakford, R.B.Campbell; Calhoon, R.Y.Thomas; Beech Grove, J.P.Hognrd; Hartford, E.E. Pate; Haweaville, U.G.Foote; Pates-vill- o mission, F.M.Petty; Clover-por- t, j S.G.Shelby: Ceralvo circuit, J. C. Brandon; Lcwisport, W. R. ,Godby, Pleasant Ridge, C. F. William;; Fordsville, T. F. Rowland; South Carroliton, R. D. Bennett; Davidson; . Livermore, J. B. ' L. W.Browder; l Rosine, to be supplied by G. J. Bean Rev.E. R. Bennett, an Ohio county boy, was assigned to Bear Creek Circuit on the Columbia District, and TJ. S. Tabor was assigned to xWest Port Circuit on the Elizabethtown District. Rov Elvis Barrett was truns ferred to Missouri. Tho people of Hart fold gladly welcome Bro. Pate for another year. He and his estimable family- have many warm friends among our people. I I - laatj? ft, o, dtl T The much talked of event of the season Is now a thing of the past, nnd all have resumed their respective places, with as much earnestness in their work as ever characterizes our school. It has been said by several who have visited us, that there is more genuine solid work done in this school than in any other college in the State. The teachers are ready at all times to assist the students, their willing hands nre everoutstretched to guide us onward to the higher achievements of life. This is certainly a school of active.encrgetic workers and a student who does not learn is surely deficient in capacity or in mental and physical energies. Mr. W. F. Rapier, owner nud proprietor of Ellendale Fair, visited the college on last Thursday morning, and was well pleased with our school. While in town he was the guest of N Dr. Alexander. Miss May Ross, county, and Miss Blankenship, Muhlenberg, visited the school Monday morning. Prof. Foster madea very interesting talk Tuesday morning. Mr. Foster has lofty and ideal aspirations and it would be Will for every one to ndher.e strictly to what he said on that occasion. The excitement of the Fair is over and this Is aft I know this week. X. Putille Njirnkliiir. The following 13 a list ot appointments for tho county candidates as agreed upon by tho different committees. They will speak at the following times and places in the month ot October: Select Friday, 5th. Cromwell at night, Beaver Dam Saturday, Gtb. Prentis Monday, 8th. McHenry Tuesday, Oth, at night. Centertown Wednesday, 10th. Point Pleasant Thursday, 11th. Equality at night. Ceralvo Friday, 12th, at night. Rockport Saturday, 13th. Beda Monday, 15tb. Buford Tuesday, 16th, at night. Bells Run Wednesday, 17th. Magan Thursday, 18th. Deanefleld at night. Fordsvillo Saturday,' 20th. Shrove Monday, 22d. Olatou Tuesday, 23d. All day speaicings to begin at ono Mr. Oscar Holbrook happened to quite a painful accident Wednssday.by 1 o'clock, promptly, falling out of his tobacco barn. His G. B Likens, ankle was very badly sprained, and Ch'm'n Dera. Com. it will be several days before he will E. D. Gijffy, be a ble to use it. Ch'm'n Rep. Cora. MT.IIEKHON. October 1. Rev. J. B. Perryman preached here Sunday at II o'clock ?i J. P. Millkr, C'hm'n Mini-War- PP - r!E I AU - Mr. Berry Rial and Miss Bertie aVV Ward, of No Creek, were married at ieses Alberta Greer and Lydia Ward and Messrs. Fleetwood Ward Wesley's Chapel, last Sunday evenand Elliott Greer attended the dedicai ing at 0:30 o'clock, by Rev. J. B. cation at Buck Creek Church in Mc- Perryman, in the presence of a large Lean county Sunday. Tney report a circle of admiring friends. Mr. Rial pleasant day and a bounteous dinner, is a prosperous and popular young farmer, and by thrift and economy which was served on tho ground. has amassed quite considerable of Miss Bcttie Hoover is visiting relathis world's goods. Miss Ward is retives in Owensboro. Mr. J. N. Ford nnd family, Beda, cognized by her associates as a leader Contemplate moving to Owensboro in society in which she moves, and is a young lady of many womanly virtues, in a short time. Mr. Ford is a black smith and we regret which fit her to adorn tho homo of the one Bhe has chosen to call husband. their departure, but our good wishes May their path ever bo strewn with go with them. roses aud .nothing arise to mar the Greer and Mrs. happiness of either, is tho wish of Mr. Thomas Martha Ward attended Confeience Tub Rei'Ujilioan. at Otvcusboro last week. Awarded MiwSullio Tiusloy has returned HichMt Honors World's Fair. from Liverraoro. Miss Savilla Ward is visiting m McLean county. Lust Sunday cvoulng as tbo day was drawing to a close a large audience 'assembled at No Creek Church whereat 0:30 o'clock, p. in., Mr. Berry Rial and Miss Bertio Ward were united in tho holy bonds of wedlock, Rov. J. B. Perryman offWhcr Tlioy I'rrnrli. While the brido is a rarely iciating. At lecentCoulcrcnco hi. Owensboro, following assignments wrro made accomplished young lady, the groom the is ono qlNo Creek's successful tannfor tho Owenxboro District: 8.X Hall, P.E. OweiiBWo, Settle ers. May the angel of peace aud hapMOST PERFECT MADE. Chape), O. C.Kelley; Owensboro, piness bo their guard while on earth is A pure Gripe Creim of Tartar Powder. Free MainStreet.J.B.ChaudlorjOwcnsboro, and nt last laud them where peace from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant Bi.onda, circuit, W.F.Cashmnn; Yelvington, supreme. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. ma DR RAKING POWDfR j f -- 1 l ) A ; si I . .. ., i.t"T" .. .,, .tiTviCi r...7.S ,. Hartford Republican Friday, Octoiiiw ,HA1U) 5, 1894. putting down the slave trade, besides assisting nt tho capture of Lagos, then n slave depot, which was turned into a refuge for slaves under tho British Hag. In the same Sampson ship the old paddle-wheho commanded tho steam squadron at our naval attack on Odessa in 1851; then helped to refluco Souk houm Knleh, on tho Circassian coast; then brought his ship safely through the great Euxlno storm of November, 1854, by cutting away her masts nnd lotting tho seas sweep over her ns she steamed head to wlud, nnd as a reward for this ho was promoted to the charge of tho lino of battlo ship London, In which ho assisted at the capture of Kin-burHn was second In command in China, und in tho operations that led tothocapturoof Pekln in 18C0, but his only post as an admiral, for ho had no great friends to back him up, nnd n hnlf and was even fifty-on- e years In tho nnvy boforo ho got his flag, was at Quconstown. Ho holds the post'of visitor and governor of Greenwich hospital. n. A WOMAN MOONSIIIN titi. . Molllo Mlllor, tho Hoad of Qanff. a Onoo-OBporat- TO KILL. AJ-- S Tho Tonnoity with Whioh tho llgator Ollngro to Llfo. ,SrV How She l.ernril the Trmlc llrrorim Leader Anion Ontlnnnl Dealera Her Itetlrement llrroril. for Which Hho Will lliin to Ali.m-r- . Molllo r - Tlio Difficulty or DuBBliiRrlhuItciilllnwItli rRhiit In the. Ilriiln A Csptlin't Slow I)rntli-II1rifilii- :tcn by Soatnla. ' Ai An alligator's tenacity of life I havo no doubt that rcniarknblc. when Its brain Is pierced by a bullet tho nnln.nl does not long survive, but It sinks Into deep wntcr, whero It ennuot bo seen. I never succeeded In killing nnd baxgliiK an ultlj,'aor by n shot In the brnln, says Loiitf-mnn- 's The structuro Magazine. so much of tho skull provides protection to tho brnln, nnd n bul-lmight cnslly bo deflected by tho hard bones. It was not my voea tlon to go nbout killing nlllgntnrs, but on ono cccnslon I was witness to 's tho great difficulty of tnklng tho 19 ot nnl-mal- life. Wo were on n shooting trip near tho Polntco Indigo f.vctory on tho Ganges, nnd ono day when wo returned from our morning's round In tho jungles, after deer nnd n posslblo tiger or wolf, wo found that some fishermen had brought In an alllgntor nbout six feet long, securely bound on a bullock cart. The nnlmnl was still nllvc.but bad evidently been severely beaten to mnko him quiet on tho bullock cart, so tho order wns given to tlon stout rope around Its loins nnd to turn it Into n smnll tank to refresh nnd recover Itself while wo were taking our buths nnd our breakfast. Breakfast over, tho jjllegator wns hnulcd out of the tnnk, nnd was quite lively, so that It had to bo fastened to n tree. Then operations for killing It began, but bullets from a small rlflo or nn ordinary twelve-borgun seemed only to Irritate it. A Sontnl brought n lnrgo spenr, ono o I of tho Into vennbuln forro which they use, and drove it down the alligator's throat Into Its vitals, nnd this had moro effect, while another man got an ax nnd chopped nwny nt the neck till tho head was soparated from tho body. Tho body was then cut open and the heart was lying on tho ground by its side, but still the tall continued to move. But here wo withdrew nnd tho mob of Sontals, who hnd been eagerly waiting, rushed in with their knives nnd cut up tho body and ntc everything eatable, so that in a short tlmo there wns nothing left but tho skin and bones. A RACING ' ' J OF BANKS. Tho Curious Oase of tho Man Who Carrlos His Monoy with Him. A man walked into tho hotel, nnd approached tho cigar stand. He ran Ids hand Into his pocket nnd found every Ho searched no chnuge. pocket with a like result, nnd the blood mounted to his forehead. "Walt a minute," he hurriedly exclaimed, ns he went toward tho wash room. In n minute or so ho reappeared and handed a twenty dollar bill to tho clerk, Charlie Baker. Receiving his change, tho customer departed, nnd Walter Tuppan, of tho Homer Leo Bank Note company, who was standing by, requested Baker to let him look nt tho bill. Taking it, Tuppan held it up to tho light, and returned it, saying: "I thought so. That fellow carries his money pinned to ids clothes somewhere. How do I know? Why, there's a dozen pin holes in that hill. Hundreds of men carry it tho I saw an item In a snmo wnv. newspaper tho other day which shows how tho practice is followed. A town bond of tho town of Delhi, N. Y., was turned Into tho town treasurer for redemption. It was punctured so full of pin holes ns to As soqu as bo ulmost unreadable. it was determined to be genuine, however, the money was paid and an Investigation begun. Then the lato owner of the bond finally admitted that lie carried the bond for n long timo pinned to his undershirt, nnd as ho had changed that garment quite frequently the bond had become full of pin holes. AFRAID SHE MEANT BUSINES3. Would-B- e Tho Way In Which a Doc- STEAM YAOHT. It Carries No Luxuries And Takos as Much Caro as a Horse. There Is a mnn In Now York who owns n steam yncht on which thero is not even nn easy ch'alr, though the yncht is upwnrd of sixty feet long nnd cost nenrly as much ns a substantial house In Harlem. Whenever tho owner goes out on his yaoht bo and tho members of tho crow wrap themselves up In rubber coats, pull their caps down over their eyes, crouch down in tho stern of tho boat ond throw tho throttle wido open. Then tho yacht bounds forward at tho rato of twenty miles or moro nn hour, whllo the water Is thrown up in a solid bank on cither sido of her, so that the men crouching in tho stern see nothing but theso banks of water. Tho wholo boat Is drenched with spray. They nro thoroughly uncomfortnblo, but they know thnt the pcoplo on tho ferry boats and the clam sloops nro looking nt them with keen envy, nnd probably this is a source of delight. These ruclng yachts nro so deli- tor Proposed to Adjust Things. Ono of the examiners nt u recent examination for a medical degreo latoly reclved tho following letter from a lady candidate: "Sir: Don't you dare refuse mo again in physiology when you know I know all about physiology; I very likely know moro than you do. I If you do shall write to Mr. nbout it. Very soon doctors will be drawn only from wo pure, noble-minde- countable for several others, but it was never posslblo to prove these charges nnd she died without "over having been tried for them. Bismarck's Last Walt;. Miller's operations nt 0110 tlmo wcro carried on very extensively nnd sho wns nt the head of a gang which was Involved In moro bloody lights with revenue officers thnn any other organized In tho south. Her first experience was in the mountains of Sevier county, whero sho assisted her father. Sam Miller. Hero Deputy Marshal lod a raid under a guide who had a grudge agninst Miller. In an almost inaccessible gorgo tho officers encountered the moonsliln-or- s, says tho Cincinnati Enquirer, a A bloody light followed and threo of tho revenue nuvi woro killed, the others retreating. It was noticed thatayounggirl was oneof tho party, and it has always been believed thut sho killed one of the officers. Another raid was made, In which Miller was killed and his associates captured. About this time the revenue officers received a box containing the of the man who had informed upon tho gang. There was nothing to indicate from whom it came, and the box must have been carried by wagon nnd left nt the marshal's house. Tho woman wns not found nnd it wns soon known that sho had fled. In n few months Polk county, which had always furnished considerable illicit whisky, became the headquarters of tho moonshiners through cvX East Tennessee, and raid followed raid until thero was scarcely a cavo on tho Hlawasseo river that had not becti the scene of some bloody fight between the moonshiners and the revenue men. It becamo known that this woman was .a fender, but sho was never arrested but once and then the proof was such that sho es.ci.ped with n light sentence. After tho Knoxvlllo Southern railway wns built tho country became too easy of access, nnd with tho exception of an occasional potty offender tho gang was brokeu up. Tho woman moonshiner retired to n small farm, where she remained undisturbed, except nt two or three times when she wns taken to Chattanooga as a witness, when sho would collect her fees nnd start on n walk over the mountains, u distance of sixty miles, to her home. It is supposed thnt the killing of three revenue officers and four or five informers can be charged to her directly, while the gang of which she wns n member could be held tie Liiiid tho young man dashed Into tho post olllco and on to tho nearest I pawn shop. Ho carried a gold watch and soon had a loan on It, borrowing a cheaper watch to wear until lie re deemed his own tlmepleco. Then he hurried back, and as tho young ladles wero patiently waiting ho did not tell them about any troublo to got stamps. Tho young ladies thanked him for a very pleasant evening on their return, but they will not know everything until they read this. The watch was. of course, redeemed tho next day. Cincinnati Times-Star- she'll never forgive 1110 If mo matter, no nicy goi I neglect 011 1110 car Better Cure CONCEAL. MMII.HVIM.I.'.NT. MIIUS UCIIKHUI.K IN KITKOT .V TK.X.'II. It lb mm 3- - A Fair Skin, ntr.n fiiom PIMPLES, BOILS,' RASH, TrWB f Blotches, Or any other defect, originating In ; 'A la Some Reliables somo to think that tho scparato for girls would bo tho chosen An examination of of tho people. tho wholo Held will throw somo light, upon this. Somo two yenrs ago ncomputntlon wns made, based on Commissioner Harris' report for 1883.8-1- , which showed that at that date thero wero in colleges and universities in the United States about 00,000 women students. The list Included that glorious army of Inspiring lesser colleges not acknowledged by tho educationally elect, nnd It did not includo somo of tho universities where tho, reports did notdlstlngulsh tho sex of students. But by the nld of the moderate guesses of somo educational experts, and by keeping very much within bounds, nu estimate was mado which may bo conOf these sidered fairly correct. 00,000 It was found thatabout 10,000 wero In colleges for women alone. Since n very largo proportion of this 10,000 Is made up from the crowded registers of Wsar, Wellsley, Smith and Bryn Mnwr, plausibility seems to be given to tho theory mentioned above; "but wjicro nro tho other CO, 000? They are, of course, in the colleges for men and women together, whoso name Is legion and whoso towers aro seen behind every hilltop In Ohio, and from afar on t ' rolling prairie of Iowa, and scnttc I over tlio plains of Nebraska, nnd beyond the high mountains, even o tho utmost sea. Forum. FASHIONS Fluctuations In IN great colleges for women hns led Tho grcnt Figures Which Indicate Its Progress. prosperity of the four IMPURE BLOOD Seourod by Uilng Sarsaparilla Has Curod Qthors, Will AVER'S NOV. I, 1MI. 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CHERRY nilOS., AdJrcii rrop'n, Dovtlsg Ore-e- Kj. Cnrctto, once the companion Empress Eugenie, tells iu her memoirs this story of Prince Bis Mme. of murck: d women, nnd you vile, drunken, filthv men expelled for over, ""(Signed) ." Even if tho lady passed In physihavo ology sho should been "ploughed in grammar. Pall Mall Budget. Electric Light and the Eye. While one part of tho world Is proudly wagging its head over tho Improvements In electric lighting, another part of the world Is discovering that the human eye is not so effective as it used to be. It is timo that this question should be thoroughly examined by competent experts. Thcra can Jio no doubt that tho average person injures his by using linked electric light. Any layman knows enough to tell that, If tho light is shaded sufficiently to protect the eyes one-hal- f of the current Is wasted. It Is prob-nbl- o that the children of the present generation will show tho effects of tin' bhock given to the eye by electric light. Illustrated American. cyo-sig- cately constructed that they require ns much enrons thoroughbred horses. Desplto tho size of this boat, she Is housed so that when sho has finished her season's racing sho is entirely under cover. Her mahogany surface is freshly polished every day. She is a splendid typo of racing machine, but sho has no drink, food nor comfort of any kind nbroad, nnd illustrates tho extreme development THE BOLTS OF JOVE. of steam yacht racing nt this end of century. N. Y. Sun. tho Spots Which They Seom to Delight Japanese College Girls. A recent stntcmcut that a young Japanese, girl at Radcllf. coll ego (Harvard annex) is tho first of her kind who has come to this country for nn educntlon has called forth several corrections, which show that Japancso girl students aro by no menns rarities here. Thero Is ono nt Bryn Muwr college, another nt Wellesley nnd n third, Miss Fuji Tsuknmoto, nt Wilson Collego for Women at Ghnmbersburg, where sho is considered ono of tho brightest to Especially Pavor. well-known got "It was nt a great ball 111 the Tullerles in 1807. during tlio International exhibition. Count Bismarck stood in a corner watching the dancers. In tho cotillon tho thought came to mo that I might offer him a bouquet of roses, nnd thus compel him to dance with me. Herr von Bismarck was at that timo tho subject of universal Interest. Ho accepted my bouquot and, without hesitation responding to tho invitation thut wont with It, ho danced a waltz with mo la a .iianncr qulto beyond criticism. This Incident, which seemed to harmonize so llttlo with Count Bismarck's seriousness and the Important part which ho was already playing in state affairs, amused immensely tho kings and princes who wcro present. As ho escorted mo to my scat after tho wnltz ho took a rosebud from tho buttonhole of his coat and gave It to mo with tho remark: " 'Madam, please keep this bud ns a memento of tho last waltz that I shall ever dance. I shall never for- tho Prices of Famous of Art. While the works of some artists have risen enormously in vnluo since their death, it is evident by tlio results of tlio salo of tho royal portraits that hung for years lu tho board room of the old South Sea house In Threadneedlo street thnt those of Allan Ramsay and Sir O. Knellcr have, on tho contrary, vastly deteriorated in tho estimation of portrait art collectors. A life-siz- e of Gcorgo III. by tho former nrttst, said to be in excellent condition and nu admirable picture, realized but twenty-fouguineas, while that of George II., by Sir G, Knellcr, was knocked down for twelve pounds. The result of this salo should at least teach caution to tiiose who o that there Is no better investment of money than in tlio purchase n deceased of pictures by nrtl3ts. There Is evidently 11 fashion In plcturo3, ns in everything else. It is certain thut lu years back theso pictures could not have been purchased for many times tho price they have now fetched, and which It is possible they may, by a turn of tho wheel of fashion, again command in tho market. London Standard. Work,s r well-know- ani vMar y Com to Hartford -- QUIPKLY CUKES en'l & prvoss Debility Spinal TO S1SK TI1K- - 4'uiii;l!'f f !!..r;.'.!:.:;u. etc. unit I'lrinn-ui'iillItfjiitpiiiiiiiii Hip Yltiil lliifr-t;lr- : l.i;. fcht.ii.a, COURAGE OF MANHOOD; llCNtorlns l Ihih-rlitri- III.' AmlillliMnir YiMilh Mini l, ilu li- nt i:lniiil .'It'll unit Wcmifii Ip ml Ucil.nr I DiiiTmiIi-iI- , i iciitiit Perfpct Constitutional Powers. Its cxttaouliary curatine power manifests it sell almost immediately it is taken. On this point the evidence of those who have taken it is uniform and positive. They say they can feel the effect of every dose iloinp; them good. It is n powerful nerve invigorating tonic, i mpatting its restorative influence through the medium of the nervous system to evciy 01 gait and tissue in the body. It makes but little difference whether the constitutional viuor has been undermined by 'acute disease, overwork, or certain mischievous indiscretions; or whether the broken down condition is called by one name or other, yo long ns there is nervous exhaustion, general or local weakness so long ns enervation nnd debility are the type of the ailment, this is'thc remedy. HI " g " - J I jH 2 -- . .; SPRING OPENING OF- Field's cur of Buggies just- - from, the Davis Carriage Company. C.-.L. He bcII will Bftvo you 1 MOXIiY by Iluying from HIM. Will iGO.OO A Lost Do? office of n l the from the results of or Maino paper tho other day and thus physical exertion, hardship.exposiire, addressed tho young lady nt tho hidden drains, caprice, or who have I brought upon themselves n seiiesot "How you vns desk: hope? I vauts for to atvertizo my afflictions by ignorantly or willully nature's lectio tog on tier bapcr. He vns violating Vitai.izijrlaws, will find in and Niiiivi: Tonsliot-plnc- k tog mlt white spots all Caton's the remedy for their certain relief. ofer him lu bl.ices. Ills tail vns 'coot ic speedily removes all evidences of It y off close up to myselluf und if progressive physical deterioration,' g tints hi.n, I; v; him for I and restores the enfeebled energies to to him. II w mooch vor two their natural vigor. A man camo Into THOSE WHO SUPPER over-menta- you a Buggy, fcT.I.OO. lumens, Lap Duster and Whip from up to Tho Davis Carriage Company has tho rcputa Tor tion of building tlio beat Buggy in the money of any Factory to-da- Cincinnati. So come and judge for yourself. any-pott- pe-lon- times?" Journal. WHENEVER THERE IS HEW YORK WEEKLY AND It." students. Thero was still another Japaneso girl, Miss Tsuno Hlratn San, nt Western Maryland college, Westminister, Md., whero she was graduated in 1800. Returning to Japan, bho married and is now working In Vnssnr tho missions nt Nngoyn. collego also claims a Japancso graduate. Japaneso boy students nro common enough, and the girls also appear to upprcclato American educational institutions. Philadelphia Record. EIGHTY-SIX YEARS A SAILOR. ? ! Hi V fki during that disastrous undertaking which we call the Welcheron expedition; he was still a midshipman when ho took part In tho bombardment of Algiers In 1816, and ho saw no moro fighting till ho was comship mander of tho llnoof-bnttlPrincess Charlotte nt tho bombardment of St. Jean d'Acro in 1&10. Ho, however, saw boiuo geyerq,, work Jn o British Tar Who Saw Fighting When Not Ten Years Old. Tlio grand old man of the British navy lately completed his ninety-fourt- h year, und n very wonderful career has Admiral Sir Lewis Toblus Jones, G, 0, B., anon of Sllgo, had, according to tho Toronto Empire Ho was born In 1799, and entered tho servlco whon ho was just turned eight years of age, that Is to 6ay, on New Ycar'H day, 1803. Nor was tills ono of tho formal entries so Before ho common at tho period. was ten years old ho wns present A special spito at that tho old saying: "Lightning never strikes twice In the Kama place," Is as false, says the St. Louis Republic, as moat of tho old proverbs tiro. Tho writer knows u trco that has been struck by lightning five times since July 3, 1831 agate-pos- t standing within two rods of that trco having twice beoii struck slnco tho same date. During tho last seven years flvo horses havo been killed by lightning on 11 single knoll on tho French farm, which lies from Flint to 011 tho road leading Flushing, Mich., nnd nenrly every trco on the sumo farm is said to bear tho marks of tho "forked fury." An open lot at East Great Plains, Conn., has been "hit by thunder- bolts," 11s an old resident of that place expresses It, clovon different times since tho spring of 1887, and a piece of woods not moro than half a mllo away has been literally riddled by th'o electric shots. At West Ilenth, Mass,-- , a hill near tho village schoolhouso ha3 been struck by lightning so often thnt tho old settlers huvo tired trying to koop n record of tho singular occurrences. Two miles out from tho little village of Gosport, la., two housea and a barn linvo been struck byllghtnlng on n patch of of an acre, nnd several head of stock were killed on tho snmo spot baforo'U was fenced In for rc'jldenco one-fourt- h pur-.pose- s, "bolts It is a of Jovo" fact thnt tho seem to havo a certain spots, nnd UNCLE. Tho Pawn Broker Readily Proves a Friend In Need. A young man employed at tho court house found himself in un embarrassing position tho other night. Ho had an eiiirntfcrncnt to take a couple of young ladles to one of tho suburban resorts, and In donning his best suit forgot his pocketbook, which peacefully reposed In his every-dn- y clothes. When ho boarded a street car and the conductor faro ho becamo painfully awaro of his unpleasant situation, managed to find n dime and street car ticket In his clothes and this afforded temporary relief. But tho young Indies wcro now acquaintances and ho could not well explain tho situation nnd secure n temporary loan. Besides, young ludlcs hardly ever carry pockotbooks for such emergencies. And ho in vain looked nround for n friend who would accommodate him. When the post ofilco was reached a novel idea struck him. "Wu'll take another car here," ho said. "I promised to mall two important le.tters for. niy slater, and HIS HANDY ie ' Scott's Emulsion hns been endorsed by physicians of tho wholo world. Thoro is no secret nbout its ingredients. Pliysiciana prescribe For Twenty Years any weakness of the vital orgatis.ncr-vousnes- s, prostration of the physical iImIjth ifo lv.ntl. or mental cncrgics,coufusioii of ideas, IU Mill M I'll I'. I! 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