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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1894 hao1894101201 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. v 'i 'run nvi:itr!ni O- V- Ml KATI.S rsixrKn. THE REPUBLICAN AMIS VHKV UHASONAIil.lt AND CIRCULATION IS -- VERY URGE. The HabteorI) Bepublicak i CFFICIAL m LUl VIZ TUU1 mmm l AID ii i ' WE DO JOB WORK EsVoyy VOL. VII. or 3SLln51- nr -- (MAN OF THE PARTY IH TBtfOUTB COSMOM DISTRICT. Wooklv Commornlnl nnn un.r I froo. Subscribo at oneo. Will Show how Vnil nrnnr-- mltl. iiu nuuuo can. wiv tin nnHi ono voar In Advnnnn nnri F W . T ...III win aonti you i no Louisville I THIS TAG I HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1894. tsbiiv NO. 11. J ;c N ' i- y IV Larousso, on, tho"other ndud, saya that Martinet, notwithstanding hia PROFKSSWNAL VAIW. Highest of all in Leavenirig Power. Latest Ui S. Gov't Report talents 'and tho important sorviccs J" T3j which ho rendcredrto his country, 1 I'llrfJ never roso beyond the rank of a LsV colonel of infantry, Lord Wolsoloy w has omitted to record another notaOWIJNSIjOKO, ky. ble invention of General or Col. Will prnciicc hia prolcrsiou in Davlen Martlnot. lie Introduced into tho and unjoining cniiiiiite. Special French army tho celebrated cat with given In mil, ciloiw. Oilice. twelve tails of cords or Iculher, Batik of i oinniprcf Building. which still bears his nnnie In Franco H. Ulenn, and is U3od to bent elothos and s j. H, n. , raan children with. A to our mifcON'T ACCEPT IMITATIONS. GLENN & WBJDDINO ' litary cat o' nine tails, its origin b a THS PROOTCT b CAMIlS CO. OINTL mystery. Tlie old correctional v blp of justice had only three huhes ;.nd HARTFORD, ItY. the importation of h cat with ni.io is' fine." And Mandy looked so threat(OIBce, over Anderson's THE EVICTION. THE USW OF DUST. ANYWHERE! Bauar.) sometimi's ascribed to William III.,, ening that the bravest man would Will practice their profession in at. who brought over with him to have turned from his purpose, rather the courts of Ohio and adjoining counuk oitAcn oooimiixn:. EVERYWHERE! To II Wo Owo tho Bluo Sky and in 1088 several regiments of ties, and court of Appeals. than insist. Special Many Othor Thlnse, Dutch guards, in whose rank tho Sho was an old woman and tho "I hope 'twill bo pleasant, then," attention given collections. SUMMER EXOUR8ION strictest discipline was maintained. blow hud fallen heavily. "I can't said the old woman. "Scorn's if tho Notary Public for Ohio county. Also ... on.. i. v.. TICKETS llovr llio Minute 1'urtlrlrn Help to Make LondoitSuncluyjTIvnei.. seem to senso It, Mandy. What houso looked so lonely and forlorn, " ' Our World a One They " GfiesapeaKe.OfiloiSouifiwesleifi does he mean?" with so much carried away. Father's ' I' il. o the Iiik, tin, lulu IN ARIZONA. CAMELS Ktlll Hnow. "He means wo've got to get out." picture's nover been down beforo RAILROAD, Mark Twain on Himself, Mundy bpoke roughly to cover her 'ccptln' at clcanln time. I'd rather To ths Springs and Mountain or Virginia. I once heard Mark Twain tell a Hlutory of a Hord That 13 Running feelings, and then turned away, for movo out this minnlt than stay when Without dust tliero would bo no T AW To the Lakes and Woods or the North, Wild In O10 West. blue llrmancnt; the heaven would bo very good story. It was, llkeso many the tears would como Into her eyes. it looks Hko this. "Seems as If 'twas To the Seashore and tho Ocean, v "Does he say so?" asked tho high, getting colder, too. of Ills best stories, told at his own blacker than we seo it on moonless Pears to bo IlAIUIOltll, KY. TO flliu THE PROMINENT RESORTS nights. On Imported to llo n Currylnc TrjUo Over trembling voice. "His expense. I don't know if it has apthis black background letter says freezln' outside." Wih practice his profession tho Oreut Waterless Wastes of IN TIIK so," answered Mandy, abruptly. tho glowing sun would shluo out peared In print. "It gave him real It rained and froze all night, but and adjoining counties, and in Ohio enila Too Mow for IJn- court of pleasure," ho said, "to hear that his "It must be a mistake. He couldn't next morning was cold and clear, Appeals. Special Tgtlo Anicrlcaiw. UNITED STATES AND CANADA sharply, and the samo sharp con'a meant it. Hu never would 'a und a thin layer of snow covered tho collections. Office attention given to trast of Intense light and deep shad- works were almost the only thing AS WELL Al TO THE east tide of public Tho camels now running wild In turned his own mother's sister out earth. At ten o'clock tho sleigh square. ow would characterize the surface-owhich Mr. Darwin rend during tho Pleasant Spots near Homo: the Inst year of his life, till ho heard Atizona are the descendants of a of her home, Mnddy. Why, all jou came to take them over to tho farm. tho earth. Tliero would bo nothing to bubduo this sharp contrast, that Mr. iJarwln suffered from a small herd originally imported for children wero born" here, and your Mandy wrapped her mother in tho M. L. Hkavkin. GRAYSON SPRINGS, Shi toy Tayior. but tho moon and stars, which would kind of mental atrophy and was for- use In tho state of Nevada. In tho father died here. I don't think it old fadod cloak sho had worn so DAWSON SPRINGS, bidden to read anything but abso- early days of milling on tho Coni- - means that, Mandy." remain visible by day. The illumShe looked long, nnd tied on her bonnet. "You'd CRITTENDEN SPRINGS, HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, best put father's comfort around lute dilvel "Pall Mall Budget. ination of tho earth would bo simsioch, long ueioro tliero were any eagerly Into her daughter's fuce. CERULEAN SPRINGS, Famous for thelrSoclal, Healthful, and Uconotnlc ilar to that which we 'observe when "Well, maybo not," said tho girl, your neck, too, and bundlo up your lallroads In tho Great Basin reglou, Advantages. PASTEURIZED MILK. it was thought that camels might bo but she left tho room hurriedly. It. cars. It's cold enough to freezo you looking at tho moon through a HARTFORD, KY. I.OCAI, HUNDAYItXCUHSIONTICKETS profitably used about the mines, par- was so hard to mako her mother" up tight, mother," and Mandy ac Hlsh Tempcraturo Produces Unfav for the moon has no atmosre on sale between all station, wllhlu disriii practice thier profession in all tance of I fly miles anil ticularly in packing across the sur- realize that John was selfish and un- companied her words with an oxtra orable Changes In Milk. pheric envelope, and, consequently, WIIKK ND TICKETS wilt be sold to Louis, It Is easy enough, by prolonged rounding deserts, and "twelve ships principled. Sho had begged her blankot shawl. "Now, William, come we courts oi Ohio and adjoiniuc ytlle. Memphis, and I'aducab, from txx'nts in no dust In suspension. and in the vicinity of Uiose cities. It Is due entirely to tho dust that and repeated applications of a high of the desert" were accordingly pur- long ago not to trust him with tho ond carry mother to the sleigh whilo counties, M,.o,.'nl the Court ot An- ............ . tienla r "j"-1chased and brought to Virginia City. mortgage, but could not convince I got tho soap stone." Kates, schedules and all Information regarding temperature, to keep milk apparent' itueuiiuD given to we enjoy our soft, uniformly diffused trip In any dlrrctloit will be tarnished npnir. Office, next door to But the old womau was too quick collection.. ly unchanged, but the point aimed They were wanted for use in pack- her, and now tho very thing she had cnllou to any agent of the da. light, for which our eyes arts esBank of Hartfoid. Chesapeake, Ohio & Southwestern R. R. pecially adapted, and it is the dust at all along has been to devise a way ing salt from tho Salt Springs salt feared, had happened. Poor Mandy for them. "I ain't never had to bo and any one requiring books, pamphlets or auy carried out yet, she said, andlguess which contributes so much to the by which it might bn made sterile marsh to the Comstock reduction clinched her hands. aitkcrtltliiK matt.r, describing any particular re' "It oughtn't to bo allowed," sho I sha'n't begin now." sort or resorts, can procure same by writing- - to beauty of tho landscape. But, with tho least possible interference works. This saltdeposit lies far out Perry Westerfield, anyol the following; in a desert region, aud to reacli it said. "Such brutes ought to bo Poor llttlo old woman. Her first while the foregoing explains how with its nutritive qualities. Inves J. T. DONOVAN. HOWARD JOLLY, tigation lias demonstrated that milk many waterless stretches of sand strangled." When sho came back hasty stop was the last. The snow tho dust makes the whole vault of I.u VkjTkUlAct.. District r.u A(l . IMIllCSU, KT. into the room her mother looked up was deceptive and tho lco undernixrm.,7iv, heaven light, it does not explain subjected to lengthy boiling under and alkali had to be traversed. T.B. LYNCH. The camels wet e able to cross all with a pitiful, haunted expression. W.J.McBRIDE. neath treacherous, and before Wilwhy it is chiefly the bluo rays of the pressure is in many ways unsulted Beaveh Dam, Ky. U.lhA,l, TllFllUA,!, liam or Mandy could get to her sho the deserts in perfect comfort, car- Tho letter was In her hand. KiVIIILU,BT, to the digestion of an infant. ChemU)Cl.TIU., T. white sunlight that aro reflected ti. J. CRAMMER. "I guess sho's sensed It now," had fallen at the Very threshold of and only to a small extent the green. ical analyses have proved w hat ex- rying heavy loads of salt and findti ifit.i. Ami, Lm Mtnif rr. ing means of subsistence in tho thought Mandy, as tho cold, calcu- tho old houso. They carried her in perience has shown to be the ely, LOUSTILU, IT. ellow nnd red rays. that milk sterilized by tho prickly and Jitter plants and shrubs lating words sho had tried to soften unconscious Into the very room This Is dependent on tho size of when she read them to her mother, where the beloved husband had tho dust particles. It is only tho higher and prolonged tempcraturo Is everywhere to bo found in abunaw, died and laid her on tho bed. Tolinest of them that are borno by tho not fit for administration to nn in- dance. In short, the animuls did as flashed across her mind. aiortford, Koatajky. (.St. Loiim Sotilhueetfrn Uy.) "Ho don't give us much time, gether they removed her wrap9 N ill practice m all air currents into every stratum of fant. Dr. Henry Chapln, of Now good work heio in our desert as courts of Ohio York, has been making n study of they are ablo to do in any country Mandy," said the old woman. Her and made her comfortable, and then and adjoining air, and it is only these fine, d counties, Infant feeding and of childreu in the in the world, but they wore too voice seemed higher and her face Mandy turned almost fiercely to Wil- Court and Court of Appeals. Superior dust particles that arc of Colhospital of that city, slow. The camel may be fast enougn was drawn aud pjnehed. "He says liam. any significance in this connection. lections and nil legal business attend-edt"Go got a doctor," sho said: "I'm to which ho is attached, and he says, for an Arab, but he is too slow for an the things go with the house so we Office 329 E. Market St. Now let us consider the mechanTHE ONLY LINK in an article recently published in American. ought to gct,out by Wednesday. Do going to put her things back. When ism of light and the extremo shortWilli through Cut Sen ice from sho open8hcr eyes I don't mean her When the occupation of the camthe New York Medical Journal, that you think he means that, Mandy?" ness of tho ether waves which conH- - R. i. 3 els as packers of salt was gono they "I think he's a brute," was all to notice a change like this." And J r Fnfl stitutes Its essence. Those waves, al- partial sterilization or PasteurizaMandy pointed to tho baro walls. tion, to the point of killing tho wero sold to some Mexicans, who Mandy said. though all microscopically small, vary IU germs only, is necessary and deslr-abl- used them for a time In packing . "Oh, no, not that. I'm suro ho "I don't mean she shall remember I considerably in length. The fiuo atwood down out of the mountains. didn't mean it that way, Mandy," took ura down If I can help It. Time as a high nnd cgntinuous temmospheric dust Includes many partiIlAiiTFoni), Ky. Tho Mexicans took thennup rocky answered tho old woman. "I'm his enough to find It out when she's produces unfavorable cles largo enough to reflect the short, perature Will practice his profession in Kit chmio n Cuir tit all changes In the milk; the fat collects trails Into tho rugged hills nnd used own mother's sister, you" knowp well.- "bluo ether waved, fewer particles tho courts ot Ohio and .adjoinins; Yes, time, enough, good old Manin masses, tho albuminoids aro them the same as they used a mulo Mundy, and ho couldn't 'a meant capable of reflecting green and yelcounties. Also Notary Public. ' Ok iKi,i:i:.Mi:DiTi;i'oLNis unmercifully. They soon killed that. He knows I've got lots of dy, for when the dear mother was low, and still fewer large enough to changed, tho casein is altered, and -- . , .,m'ui iu, uurnoru House. well It was with tho healing that tho digestive action on tho casein of three of tho wnitched beasts, sons and daughters and probably Intluenco tho long, red ethereal sterilized milk is incomplete. Sim- and would have killed tho remainthinks I'd rather bo with them." knows no further Daln. Tho tired waves. Tho led light, consequently, UaHiY eyes only opened onco beforo they passes through the great majority ply sufficient heat must bo applied der had not a Frenchman, who owned Mandy put away tho dishes sho had to tho milk to keepltswect until tho a big ranch on the Carson river, been washing, and when sho camo wero closed In' tho last peaceful sleep, itiioiiidi CimcliiH tii'd of thu Curiiiiu comparatively next supply below Dayton, taken pity on tho back her mother sat with listless and then they wero filled with a glad Tiiivt'ihin' Iiu unhindered. Tho bluo rays, on tho in lay ono can be procured. Hero- poor, nbused IJiilJiiitin rilu'j'cip. light, and Mandy stooping, caught of the most frequent creatures and bought hands. contrary, nro Intercepted and tint ft iiiruihij:, gniztiu; and timlin souces of trouble In the earlier days of tho whole of them. This French- "I had calculated to dlo here," sho tho last few words. and so become visible. This laiiHts. Ami re.iclii i liio inust jn "I Hko this best, Mandy," sho sterilization, caused by lack of exact man had been In Algeria with tho said slowly. "Your father died here, Hartford. Kv. is tho reason that the finest dust ti)siH ttud ciiiei in Iiu Mandy, aud all the children was born said, "I always calculated to dlo practice and so, too, the flrmnnicnt appears knowledge In this direction; and In Frcrch colony, where ho had develWILL courts of his nrofeseioo in all addition to this, when sterilized milk oped an affection for tho camel here. I recollect I came into this here, and father'll bo pleased, too." Ohio and adjoining blue. Interior. counties and Court of Appeals. Spec-,a- l It was So, then, the finest dust nppears was first Introduced, many mothers probably owed tho animal a debt of houso a bride, Mandy. ""ention given to collections, blue. You may observo that tho reasoned that, being sterile, It was a gratitude for having saved his lifo thought a very fino house then, but BUFFALO'S FROQ INDUSTRY. Offico over Carson & Go. KAK.MINU LANDS. Veil.liiu wreath that curis upward from tho perfect food, and consequently used on some occasion. He had no uso I s'poso 'tain't so much olf a ono iiIuiihIihii all the ceieal:1, coriraiid burning end of a cigar Is blue, while it without any further preparation, for the beasts, therefore ho turned now. John says ho's going to sell it, Local Fishermen Find It Profitable to with the natural result of Indigesthem out to roam tho desert plains and build again. I should think ttiia Devote Much Time to It. coilon, uid crpeciallv adapted to the the smoke drawn through and exat will. was good enough for him and his B. Thirty thousand frogs a week aro haled Is whitish. The particles, In tion and all Its resultant aliments. miimII Iruils and e.ul) cultivation ol Tho animals, left to shift for themPopular Science Monthly. bride. Father and me thought this brought Into the Buffalo market. tho latter case, have united and beegetuhlei. " selves, soon waxed fat and Increased was good enough. I recollect ho had Even the local fishermen are devotcome large enough to rolled whlto IT WAS THEIR DOG. Allbi.liuj; UKAZINti LANDS. and multiplied. In a few years, this window and tho corner cupboard ing much of their time to collecting light. So, too, in the country, on a HARTFORD, KY. excellent piiHiuritediniiif; aliii).t the clear day, the sky is blue, but in the Mamie and Gertie Owned It, But from nine tho herd had increased to put In the summer after wo was frogs, for one hundred of which they thlrty-slx- , old and young. Tho married. The cupboard was for my are receiving ono dollar at the pres- Will practice his profession in tbo Could Not Agree Upon Its Color. entire ) ear, and c()iup:n:itiely clo.e city it appears whitish, because of courts "Keep still, Mamio. Ingo Is Frenchman then sold the whole lot wcddln' china, and tho window so'a ent time. A Buffalo fish company la Careful of Ohio aud adjoiningli counties. tho great number of coarse dust parto tho great miukel. i nftoniinn nia.. brown and white with a dark tip on to bo taken down to Arizona, to bo wo could see the sunset from this tho largest buyer, It freezes tha entrusted Covert il with ticles In tho air. It Is especially on TI.MBEK J.ANDS. to him, Offiw in Repub used lu packing oro down off a big room. I sha'n't like to get used to legs for quick Now York consump his nose," said the elder sister tho lican uuilding. nlmiist iiif.linuftihlo ftirett oleliow mountain heights that the sky is so other day to tho man who gives mountain rauge. It was said thero another sunset, Mnnd', nor a new tton, nnd also, stores largo quantiIntensely blue, because tho rarlfied pine, cyprets and the hind woods ntmosphero supports only canines n license to live In Mlnno-- , wasagood, smooth trail, but tho anicupboard, either. I ain't nover had ties for profitable sales at other seathe finest npolls, says tho Minneapolis Trlb-uu- muls found all tho rocks, and soon out tho china 'ccptln' for Thanks-glvlncommon to Atkuneaa and Laetcrn dust particles. sons. Tho business of securing the became footsore and useless, when Texas. and Christmascs and when frogs is very remunerative to the At great height tho sky would bo Can bo procured on renfoimlilu and almost black if "What's tho color of the dog?" in- all were turned adrift to shift for the children wn3 christened and man who knows their haunts. thcro were no dust They have regained married, nnd always for tho birth- Twelve hundred wero brought Into ndvantngeoiK" terms. quired tho man without Removing themselves. particles in suspension. Wo seo It tho Instincts of tho original wild days." Mandy went out to get somo tho city on a recent evening by a grow pale ns wo turn our eyes to tho his eyes from his pad of blanks. "Why Gertie, you must be crazy. state of their species and aro very potatoes to peel. Sho camo back fisherman who had taken them along lower strata of air towards the horiAll lliir iiiinc-c- Willi mill hiieirk-PlMIIIngo Is black and buff. I should wary and swift. They fly Into wa- with a small pan full. Hip kiiIotIii the lake shore on tho Canadian side. zon. , But why Is tho sky In Italy terless wastes', impenetrable to man, "Hadn't you better peel moro than, Ono of them was a cow frog that and In tho tropica so much deeper think you would know the color of when approached. Somo of tho old that, Mandy?" asked the old woman. weighed two and nn eighth pounds blue than with us? Is the dust finer tho dog Charlie gave you." "What's tho color of tho dog?" re- animuls, however, ofonslonnlly ap- "We Hko 'ura cold, you knawf" and sold for a dollar and a quarter, there? Aa a fact, It really is. Not Ask your nearest Ticket Agent for peal' in tho vicinity "Wo won't havo much time beforo Its legs being as largo as a good- that finer dust rises there, but in peated tho licensor with a percept-ibl- o ments. Of lato It is of tho, settle reported that Wcduesday to uso up moro than sized spring chicken. There are maps, timo, tables, etc., and writo to our climate tho hardiness of voice. dust particles aro "Well, Mamlo, If you know all cattlemen havo been shooting them thb., obsrvcd Mandy. "I guess three methods of killing tho frogs any ot the following ior all informasoon saturated with water vapor, reason, perhaps becauso you forgot we weren't going to stay with a stick, by spearing, aud Ingo perhaps you had better tion you may desiro concerning tho which makes them coarser. In about they frighten and stampede their after shooting. Tho best time to hunt for HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. that." warmer regions, however, the vapor tell It. We'll never get a Heenso if horses. N. Y. Ledger. to tho Great Southwest. trip Tho next day It rained. Mandy them is about the middlo of tho day, rotalns Us watery chnracler, and j'ou keep interrupting tho man. Is prepared to do any and all kinds R.T.G. MATTHEWS, s got breakfast by lamplight, and when they como out of their docs not eondenso on the flonting Ingo's brown and white und he is of Dental Operations. Dis't Puss. Agt., Louisqillo, Ky. Prices most and sook the meadows, pas tures when tho two women sat down she dust. It Is not until the aerial cur- just as handsomo us he can be." "He's no more browu und whlto E. W. LaBEAUME, and fields, whoro the grain has been reasonable. Office over Williams & . was startled by her mother's faded, rents have borno it to higher and than I am, but If you want to have G. I. & Tkl. Ag., St. Louis, Mo. colder regions that it Is .condensed out, In search of Insects. Very few Ball's Drug Store. whlto face. him described that way, why, of to clouds. "They say 'green Chrlstmases frogs arc caught in tho marshes or J. A. EDSOl, makea full churchyards,' " said tho on the banks of tho lakes, as It is Without dust wo would have no fog, courso, he's your dog. You must bo Geu'l Supt., Texarkaun, Tx. color blind." Ho clouds, no rain, no snow, no old woman. "I guess that's true, only at night they gathor In theso "What's tho color of the dog?" localities. In winter they aro cither too. 'Pears Hko rain in December's sunsets, no cerulean sky. said w. il II lkTr'SJt the man with his teeth clenched. ,LJ., . Tho surface of the earth Itself, tho " on rheumatism and every-- i caught with a not, which is dipped terrible jlr?gfe;'.-rTv"Tvt,--""Well, put him down brown and trees, the houses, along with man thlnt? else. I recollect it was just under the lee, or dug out with a .. whlto such weather as this, tho December spado from tho sides of tho banks, and beast, would bu the only objects ho waswhen alittlodoL' that's when Jcahut Contention given to me but ho's kind and aro Invariably caught In cluson which the vapor could condense, VFcAVtAloJHMMAKrSjf havo resulted in misery tho world over. father died. I wonder what hod of dark now." say if ho knew wo had to leavo tho ters, for they huddle together. and these would begin to drip whenT COPYRIGHTS."That's right, tell tho truth. No People who aro well disposed and not old house. Sccm's if I couldn't ever the air was cooled sufficiently. CAM I OlITAIN A PATENT f For are willing to Wealthy Churches. use in ocing sentimental over a bound by answer and an nonet opinion, .write to In winter everything would bo covcrorart leave it till after Sunday; I'd Hko to St II N N iV CO.. nho haro had nearlr arty Tfura dog," said the sister as the martyr accord credit wherever merited and stay till after Christmas; but Sun"Tho wealthiest dcnohilnatlou In ciKuicnco In tho patont builnces. Ooraiuunlo. ered with a crust of Ice. Our clothes A lliiuilbookof Intlons strictly onnfldontlsl. due. Civilization Is gradually bringing day father died. Can you tho Unltod States, If wo estlinato deformation oonovrnlnK I'lilenl and how to obwould become saturated with water Wrote across the certificate: tain tbom sunt free. Also a rataloauo of mschaa-lo"Ingo, n dog of questionable eoTor. tho human race up to this elevation, day's the that, Mandy? I should nominational wealth according to and sotentltlo books sent Ireo. recollect For particulars' regarding thsanio and in exact proportion is Dr. Fenners think John'd ust ns soon lot us tho avcrago valuo of tho church edil'atonts taken thronxh Jlunn & Co. reoelra apscial notlcoln the Sclentlllo American, and OPPIOE OVER RED FRONT FAIR AND CLEAtt seo Mamlo and Gertie, who aro not Eldnoy and Backache Cure inn. ara to uivusut wiuflir cwinru (no puDMOWlin- coming to stay over Sjndny. Don't you fices and sites," says H. K. Carroll, tns inventor, 'inis apienaia paper, that's tbo way your oui ont Is prepared to d? all kinds ol pressed for time." Issued reeklr, elegantly Illustrated, has by far tha akin will bo, If you'll bo recognized as the correct and standIn tho Forum, "Is the Jewish. Tho think he would, Mnndy?" larroit circulation of any scientific) work In tha tnko Dr. I'icrco's Qolden world. S.I a year, simple coplas nut frae. ard remedy in all kidney, female, next Is tho Unitarian, tho third Is Dental work at reasonable prices. Uulidln liKdlllcuv monthly, tz W a year. Slnilo "I think, mother, you'd better stop Modiciil Dlscovory. THE ORIGINAL MARTINET. coptts.vl cents nrniT uniuiinr inimirui rutin. I'implos, blotches, erupand blood diseases being able to tulklng nnd cat something, your tho Reformed (Dutch), and tbo IIIUI plates. In colors, and photosrapha of new tions, and humors are A Goneral Whose Name Is a plana, enabling builders to show the houses, with Synocure them readily. It is specific in all tea's stone cold." Mandy poured a fourth tho Protestant Episcopal. ra contracts. Aaaross latest npatrns an id i utterly banlshod by this nym for Strictness. UUMN & CO, Nkvr XOIIK. 3U1 IlIlOAbWAT. medicine. It takes away, skin eruptions, erysipelas, scrofula, cup of hot tea for her mother and Tho average value of tho churches tnoro thoroughly and Lord Wolseloy, In u dissertation dyspepsia, headaches, dullness, PENNYROYAL PILLS of tho Reformed Jews Is $38,839; of then watched her drink It, certainly than anything on tho dlsclpllno PARK of the French army Female RegulatJr. else, tha blood poisons constipation, oto. Sold by "Tea don't havo tho same tasto It tho Unitarian, $21,720; of tho or impurities that cause In tho reign of Louis XIV., are perfectly sate and alwas relia (Dutch), $19,227, and of tho dealers on guaranty Sot many years. used to, Mandy," she remarked, as them. 1 W"i thut tho Instruction of the In- Thercforo don't cost much to try it she handed back the cup. Protestant Episcopal, $10,182. Tho ble. Ior all Irregularites, painful For overv Skin. 8ln. and Scrofulous nfTectlon, no matter how fantry was Intrusted to n Gen. Suppressions, they Take home a bottle Mnndy worked hard all day. Sho Episcopal church is, however, much Menstruations, " is a direct remody. it camo, the " Discovery "whoso nntrto is still a synofail It cleanses, builds up, strengthens, and Intried to pack the little things her moro widely distributed than any of neverrelief to afloul a speedy and cercum:. Asent wanted for new beak. NO EXPERIMENT.but vigorates every jwrt of tho system. Eczema, nym for unrolcntlng strictness lu Splendid mother valued without attracting tho othor bodies namod. Tho 'Jews tain Erysipelas, Totter, JJoils, Car-- " tho punctual performance of all tunlty for any active seller. or Rare minor. man lady. $75 tho old woman's notice, but as each are almost entirely In tho cities, and a scientific and pottitivereliel, adopted buncles, Enlarged Ulands, and the worst only after years ol experience. per month easily earned. duties, no matter how smull and No cipe All Scrofulous Sores and Swellings aro comtrifle was taken down it seemed to tho Reformed Jews are also largely orders , rionce pletely and permanently cured by It. reuire,1 supplied direct from our unimportant." Tho noblo we give A so; but the Episcopalians aro found Uullko ordinary spring medicines, tha "Dis- and gallant VIWl I full Instructions. leavo so large a spaco that she had not only In all tho larger cities, but fice. Pnco per package, $1.00, or biographer of "the hero We pay eipress and allow 30 days to glvo it up. "I'm put putting our covery " works oqually ell at all seasons. CURES liOTHIHQBOTPIir packages for $5.00. by Practically, it's sold on trial. If it evor of Blenheim likewise Mates that it credit. Let us tell you about tl. P. .VV. things into n box. malhiT," sho said, aro represented in all tho states and six EVERY PACKAGEmail post, falls to benefit or cure, you have your money was Gon. Martinet paid. GUAR. Is a question who replaced tho Zieglcr &Co.,Box Uf at "then William's tomlng over from territories." But It iw;a. s uu pay uiuy iur uio foou you A SURE and CERTAIN 0Ur 1870, rhlUdelDhla.Paff Mill I EL ANTEED. Particulars (sealed) 4e. No cheap substitute, urged by a tricky piko With tho bayonet. In tho known for IOyar as tho EC the farm to get i, niid wo'lldrlvo whothcr It Is a safe rulo to estimate All Correspondence rlrictlv Confl. 0dDutch war ho Introduced tho REMEDY FOR PILKU. morning if Its pleas-au- t denominational wculth by tho value deutial. out Or. Price's Cream Baking Powder rrrytrsa by tlcnitPIOI HPIC1H CO., tZ. PARK REMEDY CO. uso of copper pontoons. 1 Hlm'n't stir u step if 'tain't of churches and sites- Plerro Aw-rI World's Pair Highest Boston, Man. y' npm. I VI 1 & IKJ5T r$ aPE2 GAP 99XoPU;RE ? coiuletising tipou tla'in. Umbrellas would be of iiu avail. The vapor-latli'- ii atmosphere, mm cover, would o penetrate to our rooms and upon tho walls and furniture. In short, llio wot Id wo llvo in would bo quite) .another world If there wore no dust, blnce scientists began to rcaliu llio Important part played by dust in tliu economy of nature measures have boon taken to count tho pat tides in a given space. In London and in Paris, at the surface, a cubic centimeter lias been found to contain nearly a quarter of a million particles; on tho top of tho Eiffel tower tliero are about half as many, whllo in the high Alps tliero arc only about two hundred purlleles to tho centimeter. A great deal of the dust at high altitudes Is cosmic dust, consisting. Ulco tho meteorites, of carbon and iron. Lclplc Paper con-dem- somo-tlmo- w ft :l ABSOLUTELY PURE Baking LAWYER, Powder J. LAWYERS; 3"amesA.Saaltli, "W LTTLE, : ' Eng-lau- d I pUL? I r' I I f telo-bcop- o; Attorneys at Law 011 Attorney at Law.' I case-nam- .t Cotton BeJt Bout ffittorneys ggt Arkansas, Texas widely-diffuse- post-graduat- o o. urn, AJS c. Attorney at Law, Two j I W. H. BAR1VES dust-particle- s mum LI Uty , I Great Southwest. I Jo. I Attorney at Law, ROGERS, , c. es J. RaiJeiRTLE t Cotton Belt Route DENTIST si f- - 1 to 1 hiding-place- AmMii3: -sss sT r7rT & wmw MM j uCZ i - self-intere- al DENTIST. J V IsiBIE'S ed nwn-tio- D0GKEYUJ1 UiHTMEf. T Mar-tiuO- t, to-da-y. Salt-rheu- LIVE OFIUT of-- fASX RITCn d. HOC- ! w fyA in ui , , ? ""Y " u i , seeing a whale, tbo,' 'User'."? HrlUnft- -'l " i a f, - ,' JS t i JafbatoMsi,, 2 I " tafrTT"T-- T .... , 'J ' fife THE DEMOCRATIC KVKHY iDerao-crntic - -- . rrTUwsaaKjai!'- - "f'T -- V 7 MfMMMttOaMOM llrflTWl . Hartford Republican dUBLISHKD HAH A.' A.NDi:n.NON JO. II. HOHf.HN PARTY and false pretense. Wo dcmntid that nil custom house AND THE TARIFF. So much is written nnd spoken 011 taxation shall be only for revenue." F1IIDAY MOIUHNQ In 1880 the platform "declares" lor the Tariff question thoso days that a "A tarifi for revenue only." 1'roprlHor. notico of the positions of tho In 1884, tho year ol Cleveland's t:Hlor. party on tho question ntdiflcr-cut ROBIN HOOD Writos About Things in Qon- oral from tho Capital of Brookonridgo County. Friday, Octodbr 12, 1894. Wc nrc authorized to nnnouncc E. T. WILLIAMS As the Democratic nominee for County Judge of Ohio county. Election, November 6, 1894. Domocratio Tiokot. ron county juiju k, r . We are authorized to nnnouncc John M. Lbacii I. f As the Democratic nominee for the office of Assessor of Ohio county. Election, November 6, 1894. Republican Ticket. r Election, ov. 0. John W. Lewis, of Washington county. For Appellate Judge B. L. D. Guffy. For Couuty Judge John P. Morton. For Sheriff Cal. P. Keown. For County Clerk D. M. Hocker. For County Attorney E. P..Keal. For Assessor N. C. Daniel. For Jailer John W. Black. For Surveyor G. S. Fitzhugh. For Coroner Galin C. Westerfield. For Congress magistrates: Hartford A. S. Aull. Rosine C. L. Woodward, Cromwell Jont B. Wilson. Fordsville Buford Hartford Hosea Shown, Rosine Thomas Allen. Cromwell R. B. Martin. Fordsville Buford constable: . "A mark or decay" Less than Black-bum. 100 Democrats came to town yester- day to hear the wonderful Jo. The Hon. MatO'Doherty, the talented Irish Republican, oi Louisville, i ill speak at Hardinsburg to morrow. The wool consumption of this country fell off lost year 145,000,000 pounds. Truly when the Democratic party is in the public crib the out in the cold. peo-nleare times iu its historv should .not bo uninteresting. With this iu viow the following complete list oi Democratic Tarill planks is given in tho hope that it may servo both to interest nud in. struct. Tho reader should preserve this copy of The Riu'Uiiucan for fu ture reference. In 1832 for tho first timo nil Presidential candidates were liominnied by National Conventions nnd for tho first timo tho Democratic party The Convenadopted a platform, tion met nt Baltimore, Md., March 22, 1832, and nominated Jackson Tho platform was lor adopted at r ratification meeting at Washington City, May 11, of tho 8aiuo year, There aro only three planks in that first platform and tho first plank is as follows: "Resolved, That an adequate protection to American industry is to the prosperity of the country; and that an abandonment of the policy at this period would be attended with consequences ruinous totrrebest interests ol the nation." It no doubt sounds strange to those who aro familiar with recent Democratic utterances on tho Turin" that the very first paragraph of the first Democratic platform and one, too, on which Jackson himself was elected, should have declared so strongly and unmistakably for Protection, but such is true beyond cavil or contradiction. In 1830, the Democrats adopted no platform. The following is the reference to the Tarifi question in the Democratic platform of I84O: "Rrsolved, That justice nnd sound policy forbid the Federal Government to foster one branch of industry to the detriment of another, or to cherish the interests of one portion to the injury of another portion of our common country." The p!atform,of 1844, the Tariff plank of It is well for the student to bear in mind that it was during the campaign of this year iu which Henry Clay and James K. Polk were candidates, that through the most heinous deception ever practiced upon any people, Mr. Polk succeeded in carrying tho Protectiou State of Pennsylvania, by professing to bo friendly to Protection, while in fact he was at heart a rabid Free indis-pcnsiblc 18-10- . first election, tho Democratic plank was as follows: Tariff Trader. The platform of I848 again The largest sum of rnoney,82G,430, the Tariff plank of I84O as ever won in a trotting race in Amerabove nud adds in another pace: ica was won on Tuesday at Lexing"Resolved, That the fruits of the ton in the Kentucky Futurity by great political triumph ol i844,which Beuzetta a three year old, owned by elected James K. Polk and George M. Dallas, have fulfilled the hopes of E.W. Ayer,r of Franklin County. the Democracy ol the Union, in the noble impulse given to the cause of The consumption of wool in the Free Trade by the repeal of the Tariff United States for the year ending ot 1042, and the creation of the more productive tariff June 30, 1893 waa 619,000,000 equal, honest andcommence ot IH40; tuat tlie of the pounds and for the year ending June Democracy of the Union in the prinwas a ciples, capacity, firmnes and integri"This 30, 1894, 47,000,000. result'' as Judge Lawrence truly said, ty of James K. Polk, manifested by his nomination and election in 1S44, "caused by the election ot President has been signally justified by the Cleveland and a Congress to match." strictness of hh adherence to sound Democratic doctrines," Again in 1852 the Tariff plonk of Hon. John W. Lewis continues to make friends wherever ho speaks. Large crowds meet him at every appointment and hismnBterly exposition of Deraocraticmismanagementappeals to the better judgment of nil who hear him, iriespective of party. Lewis is surely and steadily gaining. I84O was It is an undisputed Jact that a re duction of the tariff on any article in this couutry is immediately followed by a revival of trade and an advance in the price of that article abroad. Every Free Trade measure in this country is followed by exultation and shouts of joy on the other side of the Atlantic. For the past several weeks the English people have been singing the praise ol Mr. Wilson, of Grover Cleveland nnd the new Tariff bill. They have noticed the great advantage the measure gives their manufactures and do not lose the opportunity of cursing the McKinley bill, which they udmit injured their trade. They know wo are fools for giving away our markets, but they mean to take advantage of the gift. The Democratic party went before the people in 1892 promising to destroy the last vestige of Protection. They won a grent victory. The country was threatened with Free Trade. As a consefjuenco the greatest panic and business depression in tho history of the country has fallen upon tho people. But the Democratic party wishes now to shift the responsibility of this destruction of tho prosperity of the country.The leaders and orators and editors are vehement in their assertions that all our ills aro tho direct legislation. result of Republican If How hypocritical, how absurd. Republican legislation is tho cause of all our ills then is not tho Democratic party responsible for allowing this legislation to remain on our Statute book for eighteen months after that party camo into power? Sensible men will not bo deceived, Tho ones who mako these statements know themselves that they aro untrue and unfounded. The farmer who was promised $1.25 a bushel for his wheat by Domocratio orators docs not believe it. Tho farmer who sells his wool for lOcts lua per pound than under a Rcpuplican administration docs not believe it. In fact nobody believes it. It ia a fraud and n shnra hoisted to shield tho Democratic party from the shame and humiliation of ruiniug the country. Iu 1856 the Tariff plank of 18-f- is incorporated into tho platform word for word in addition to another plank as follows: "Resolved, That there are questions connected with the foreign poli cy of this couutry, which are inferior to no domestic question whatever. The time has come for the people of tue united Mates to declare themselves in favor of free sens and progressive free trade throughout the world, and by solemn manifestations, to place their moral influence at the side of their successful example." TheDouglas Convention iu 1860 the platforms of 1856 in the following language: racy of the Union, in convention assembled, hereby declare our affirmance of tlie resolutions .unanimously adopted and declared as a platform of principles by the Democratic Convention in Cincinnati in theyear of 1856, believing that Democratic principles are unchangeable in their nature, when applied to the same subject "Resolved. That we the Democ- matters." The Breckenridge Convention the same year "afiirmed'the platform of 1856. In I864 so much space was required by tho Democratic Convention in declaring the war n failure that the Tnriffquestion wasnoteveu mentioned. The platform of 1868 demands, "A Tariff for revenue upon foreign imports and such equal taxation under the Internal Revenue laws as will afford incidental protection to domestic manufactures, and as will, without impairing the revenue, impose the least burden upon nnd best, promote and encourage the great industrial interests ol the country." The Liberal Republican Conven- '( r tion met in Cincinnati May 1,1872, and nominated Horace Grcelly for Tho Tarifi question is President. met as follows: "And recognizing that there are in our midst honest, but irreconcilable differences of opinion with regard to the respective systems of protectiou and free trade, we remit the discussion of the subject to the people in their Congressional districts and to the decision of the Congress theieou, wholly free from executive interference or dictation." Tho Democratic Convention met at Baltimoro July 9, 1872, ratified the Liberal Republican nominations and adopted tho Liberal Republican platform including tho Tariff plank I as above. In 1876 tho platform adopted by tho Democratic Convention contained I the following: "We denounce the present tariff levied upon nearly 4,000 articles, as a masterpiece of injustice, inequality I "Knowing full well, however, t'lat legislation affecting the operations of the people should be cautious and Hahdinsuuru, Ky Oct. 10, '94. conservative iu methods, not in ad.Republican Campaign Tfxt-iioo- k: vance of public opinion, but respon Thero is no excuso whatever sive to its demands the Democratic party is pledged to revise the tariffin ( for Republicans to bo iguoraut in tho condition oi tho i ho Republican Campaign is not proposed to injure any domes- - country, tic industries, but rather to promote ! Text-boo- k is now ready for distribu- lhe It contains 328 pages and is foundations of this Government taxes collected at the, Custom House have ' "I".0'0 Wltu luablo fncts and figures, been the chief source ot Federal reve-- ' It gives tho origin nud principles of nue. Such they must continue to do. .f thn IlnnnlilJnon I1U1 ...,. I ti, v..w. LI 11 II I 1IIU IIIIS Moreover, many industries have come ciplcs ol otier parlies as well. It to rely upon legislation for successful continuance, so that any change of gives a history of our last Congress law must be at every step regardful up to tho closing hdtir. It can bo ol the labormnd capital thus involved. had for the remarkably low price of The process oi the reform must be subject in the execution to this plaiu 25cfs. per copy and is a document dictate of justice. All taxation shall that all good Republicans should be limited to the requirements of econ- have in their library. Fivo copies omical Government. The necessary can bo had for one dollar, or twelve reduction and taxation can end must be effected without depriving Americopies for two dollars. Ono hundred can labor of the ability to compete copies can be hnd for ten dollars. successfully with foreign lalot and without imposing lower rates of duty The committees of each couuty could than will be ample to cover any in- not do a better thing for the causoof creased cost of production, which Republicanism iu the Congressional may exist in consequence of the higher rates of wages prevailing in election uow approaching than to broadcast this country. Sufficient reenue to scatter theso text.b-jokpay all the expenses of the Federal over the District. Mail all orders to Government economically adminis- - Thomas II. Mclvcc, 210 Delaware and principle ol the Diiblic debt, can i "Venue, ix. E., Washington, D. C. Boaiid-Hakdi.be got under our present system ofi Elijah Mr. taxation from the Custom House tax- -' . . V ...i w uin es on fewer imported articles bearing "uar" ?"" lUB' n marriage, bundny, heaviest on articles of luxury nnd were un lighter on articles of necessity. We, ! September 23d, at tho home ot the 11 knu-.- , mereiore, denounce tue abuses ol tlie lntl,,, Mr. It mr.l U In existing tarifi; and subject to the preceding limitations, we demand all parts of Breckinridge couuty. Ho that Federal taxation shall be exclus- was Circuit Clerk for several terms ively for public purposes, nnd shall aud has been oue of the prominent not exceed the needs of the Governbusiness men of tho county. By his ment economically administered." The Democratic Tariff plank for successful business methods he has . acquired considerable property and is 1888 is aalollows: 'Our established domestic indus- I considered strong financially. He tries and enterprises should not nnd was a candidate for the nomination need not be endangered by the reduc- for the office of County Judge, belore tion and correction of the burdens i of taxation. On the contrary, a fair the Dernocralic primary last spring and careful revision of oar tax laws, l aud made a vigorous cauvass of tho with due allowance for the difference county, notwithstanding the fact that between the wages of American and he is seventy years of age. His wife foreign labor, must promote and is the daughter ot Mr. Charles Ham-bletencourage every branch of such industries and enterprises by givinS deceased. Besides being an them assurance of an extended maik-c- t entertaining, estimable womnu she is and steady and continuous operations. In the interest of American also oue of shrewd business sense. labor, which should iu no event be The many friends of both have a si neglected, the revision of our tax desire that they will be happy laws contemplated by the Democratic and certainly wish them much joy. party should promote the advantage Ma. Smith. Smith is a common ol such labor b' cheapening the cost of necessaries oflife in the home of name. Occasionally we meet a Smith every workingman, and at the same ia time securing to him steady and re- however, that by no menus a common man. Such is the case with Mr. munerative employment." In 1892 the Democratic platform Al Smith, with the firm of John P. Morton & Co. lie can get more declared: soul stirring music out of a violin "We denounce Republican Protection as a fraud, a robbery of the great than any violinist we have ever heard. majority of the American people for He is the father of the celebrated We declare the benefit of the few. it to be a fundamental principle of Master George Smith, the musical the Democratic party th.it the Federal prodigy, who could perform difficult Government has no Constitutional pieces of music on tho violin nt the power to impose and collect tariff du- age of tenycrrs, nnd who is now iu ties, except for the purpose of revethe College of Music nt Cincinnati, nue only." where he is making a reputation for Space forbids any comments this issue but some may bo made later. himself. Mr. Smith was in town a In the meantime, the reader should short time ago and fnvored somo of call upon his Democratic neighbors to our people with a musical treat. Mrs. tell him when the Democratic party Blanche Mosley played theaccompa-nameto the pieces, and speaking is right? Whether iu 1832. when it of violin music, reminds us that the declares lor Protectiou, or in 1892, violin is rather frowned upon by many when it declares lor Free Trade? excellent people. The idea is prevaFrom all over the District come lent that it is the instrument of the the must encouraging reports of Judge dance and the country grocery. Gufiy's increasing strength and popu- Nothing is iurther from the truth. larity. Everywhere in his canvass he It is strictly a scientific instrument awakens a hearty interest nud enthusand no man has over yet completely iasm among the people who every mastered it. The right place for tLo day are more than ever conviuced violin is in our musical entertainthat the Judge is one of them, that ments, in the social circle, in tLo his interests nro their interests and home and in tho church. It is exthat no corporation has a ring in his tremely uufortunato thut a man hat nose. Judge Guffy is free Irora the ideas so little distauce from the town domination ol cliques a fact hiaop-ponc- in which ho lives. The ideas are cannot truthfully claim as to treated so lightly, even conteraptous-l- y himself. that his very heart is made to bleed. But tho idea that music is When catarrh attacks a person of only for woir.on aud effeminate men scrofulous diathesis, the disease is alwill soon be numbered with tho most sure tobecorao chronic. The only many Btraugo things oi the dead past. efficacions cure, therefore, is Ayer's Music is nothing if not elevating and which expels scrofula Sarsaparilla, enobliug. from the system and the catarrh foon "The man that hath no music in follows suit. Local treatment is only himself, a waste of time. Nor is not moral with concord of sweet sounds, Itl.VUKKHOOK. Is fit for treasons, stratagems and R.P. Baird and sister.Miss. Minnie, spoils; attended the Oeusboro fair Satur- Tho motions of his spirit are dull as day. night. And hisaflectinns dark ns Erebus; Miss Ora Barnett, No Creek, has returned home after a visit to friends Let uo such man be trusted," David B. Hill. Tho Democratic and relatives in Daviess County. MissMattie Chiun, Beda, left for party within the last two years has an extended visit to relatives iu Ark- had many things to bear. In the first place they ray the Congress which ansas not long sin ce. T. L.Anderson attended the 0cns they controlled by a largo majority ruthlessly betrayed its trusts. The boro Fuir last Saturday. Mrs. Ada Barnes, who has been senate especially is made the fecapo coufined to her bed for somo timo goat to carry of! n multitude of sins. The' senate it must be remembered with typhoid, fever is improving. majority Rev.I.H.Teel,Beaver Dam, preach- uleo had a Democratic ed to quito an attentivo audieucoat sufficiently largo to deal out all tho Alexander Schoolhouse last Sunday patrouogo at its disposal to Democrats and Democrats only. But when it was evening. O. II, Ellis has resumed school brought face to face with Democratagain after a week's absenco on ac- ic promises it recklessly smashed count of sickness. jhera all. Next comes Mr. Clove-lau- d, nt oue timo aided by his party, Mrs. Amanda Barnettt spent Sunday in town, tho guest of her daughter, and says the tarifi' bill which a DemMrs. Jo .B.Rogers, who is quito sick. ocratic Congress passed constituted Alonzo Hays, Whitesvillc, is the Democratic "perfidy and dishonor,'' guest of R. A. Anderson nnd family We must beg the pardon ot our readers for inflicting on them the terms, at this writing. Mrs, Lydtt Baird and two children. "perfidy and dishonor," because it SpringLick, are expected to bo in has truly become stale. It is in tho lino Kinderhook this week. of our thought, however.nud we there The infant child of Mr. and Mrp, foro put it iu. Tho latest blow that Wilburn Tinsley died on tho (Jth aud Democracy has rccieved comes from was buried Sunday at 3 o'clock at Empiro Slate of New York. 'I ho L)em- ' Alexander burying ground. ocr.it of New Yoik havo unanimously MissSudie M. Anderson and Mr. nominated Mr. Hill fur Governor of V. G. Barnett, contemplato visiting that State for a third timo. And notour friends at Centertown Sunday, Oct. ly have they nominated him but they Daisy Deanf have also shown such enthusiasm 14, 1894, SffJilni'TrSonVfiSt Pical ''" - 11 ... ;. s v. i...i 'Sr on ut nt in which he said: "It was n pleasant inul patriotic thought to dcdlento this building nnd confirm this place to Fair Hrtven 011 this imtul day of Washington. Jfr. TTm. Weathcrford George Washington, first of Amertit was poor and I m nnlto mlserntilp. Friends icans: GcofL'o Washington, tho fn- - adOseil me to tako Hood's Barjaparlila. I hart thi'r of his country; George Washington, tho father of those who cannot lie. Tho family has dwindled n good deal. But 1 am left yet, nnd taken 5 liolllc s, and nm w when I look back over tho wnsto of nuk'lil'ctlcr.lmrpnlnrd 1 UJl years nnd call up tho faces of tho In weight, and enjoy a rmrmrmrmrw loud appetite. others nud know that I shall sco Hood's Pills aro a mild cathartic. 2S. them no moro in this life, und that I must remain now solitary and forlornly cousplcuous ulone, tho Inst, QUA11TEKLY IMPORT tho solo roinniint of that old noblo stock, It makes mo feel sad, nud, oh! oif Tin: so lonesome. What I owo to Washington no words of mine can tell. He was my model from my cradle up. All that I am, morally speaking, I owo to his example. Even In my tenderyst youth his spirit was over near to guide und succor me. "Tho first timo I cvirrstolo a At tho Closo of Eusinoss on watermelon In my lift I think It 18tH day of Juno wus tho first time It was tho 1804. thut moved thought of Washington A lont Appetite restitution, restored mo Always accompanies good health, mo to make KKSOUKCES. to the path of rectitude, njndo mo nnd an absence of appetite is an indica- morally whole again. When 1 found Loans and Discounts . . . ; 72,075.87 , , , 264.11 tion of something wrong. These univer out that It was a 'rocn watermelon Overdrafts, unsecured , , 594.30 sal testimony given by those who havo I was sorry, not superficially, but Overdrafts, National Hanks Due from 11,115.58 used Hood's Sarsaparilla, as to its deeply and honestly sorry. Then Due from State banks aud eatnu tho thought of Wellington, , Hankers 45.59 merits iu restoring the appetite and nud I said to myself: 'What would Hanking house nud lot , , 3,000.00 . ni a purifier of the blood, constitutes George lmvo done If he bad stolen a Secic 2,632.72 the strongeet recommendation , , thnt watermelon a groen 0110? llo Currency 2,044.00 can be urged for any medicine. 1,500.00 would iniiko restitution. That Is Furniture and Fixtures , . 867. 2 what he would do. And that is Current expenses Hood's Pills cure nil liver s, what I did. I roso up, spiritually ?94,'J9'29 jaundice, indigestiou, sick refreshed and strong, and carried headache, L'5c LIABILITIES. watermelon back to the farmer', the wugdu nud restored tt to him, and Capital stock paid In, incnshjjj.ooo 00 A stimulant is often needed to said thu merit was not mine, but Surplus fund 8,250.00 . . nourish and strcuglhen the root and to Washington's. It was Washington Undivided profits . . 4,204.02 56,571.67 Ho has Due Depositors keep thohnira natural color. Hall's that saved me that time. DueSt'teb.ink.s&St'tcb'k'rs 59.00 Hair Rencwcris tho best tonic for tho been my guardian nngel ever hlnce, Due National Hanks . . . 54.60 nnd 1ms had an actlvo career. I am hair. glad nud proud to havo tin oppor?94ii39-2tunity at least to celebrate his memI'EIIA Stati: oi Kuntl'cky, ) ory nnd do honor to his noblo Health is good as usual. Is3 COUNTVOl'OllIO. name." Sorghum mukiiig is now on. lollll II. ll.irni'4. P.ieli'iT nf Rev. J. C. Brandon preached nu Dam Deposit Hank, n bank located PHYSICIAN'S ODD BEQUESTS. and doing business in the town of able sermon at the schoolhouse Two Medical Studantt Receive ValDenver D.im,itt Miid county.being duSuuday night. ly sworn, says that the fotegoing tt uable Instruments from aStrangtr. A wagon load of us nud others is in all respects n true statement A young medical student ut the ntlended tho dedication nt West police iufirniary in Purls, nnmed of the cothlitiou of the said bank nt the Gustavo Lefilliatre, has had a curi- ol close ot business on the 18th day Sunday. June ous communication 011 the subject knowledge 189 j. to the best of his A debating aud. Literary Society and belief; and by a stranger. that the business of said fuithersays was organized last Wednesday night of a legncy left to him bank has It was In the form of a letter from a been transacted nt the location nam-cat this place. Joe K. solicitor named Leger, practicing at and not elsewhere; nnd that the Marines, in the department of tho above report is made in compliance Altriillnn, !. A, It. Sclnc-ct-OlsThe solicitor in- with nu official notice received from ThePrestou Morton Post, No. 4, formed him that tho late Dr. Dubois, the Secretary of 'State, designating will meet nt court hall on Saturday, n medical man nt Chars, bad left a the iSth day of June, 1S94, as the October 13, and every comrade is exwill by which ho bequeathed nil his day on which such rcott shall be pected to attend, as there is very imsurgical and medical appliances, freo made. Subsciibed and sworn to before me portant husnicu to conic up. By order of legacy duty, to two students ob- by John II. lUrnos. the 20th dny of taining their degree nt tho examin- June, 189. of commander, Wood Tinsley. Rowan IIomikook, ation next niter tlie deceaso of tho Clerk Ohio County Court I. C. C!IA.MIlEltI.AI.V,Adjt. testator. Tho two students selected Hy Siii:i.nv Tavlou, D. C. Do you have headache, dizziness, wore to bo thoso who came out No. J. II. IMnkis, Cashier 14 and No. 84 In tho list. R. I HoCKHii, Director. drowsiuess, loss of appetite and other Tho other lucky man wns M. " Jno. H, Hakni:s, symptoms of biliousntse? Hood's SarI. V, IlAKNAKD, " Georges Labey, who was to mako an saparilla, will cure you. nppointment to go with M. Lefll-liatr- o to fetch the property. At first Eelow wc give n list of preachers for It was thought that the letter was a this District, as assigned by the Connoax, as practical jokes are common ference of the M. E. Church, recently aniong medical students, but the two held in 'Louisville: D. F. Kerr, P. young men went to tho place indiMi w As AA A Art E. Bowling Green. Birmingham, W. cated, and wero thero duly presented with an exceptionally fine collecT. Dunn. Bremen, J. S. Miller. tion of instruments and accessories Ths Leading Photograplier. Bowling Green, J. S. Cox. Caueyville, of all kinds for division between To be supplied. Central City, G, P. them. They learned that their bePictures Id Ererj Sijle and Site, Jeffrie?. Deer Lick, To be supplied, ing specially chosen wns duo to tho fact that the deceased doctor had Qr01d Earlington, A J. Bennttt. Hickory Pictures Copied and Enlarged twico passed nn cxamlnatlonjurn"' Grove, J. W. Deweese Hopkinsville, A SrECIALT(Y. that lie had on thoso occaslmbeon C. C. Hall. Morion, .1. II. Hayes. No. H und No. 81 , 108J Main Street. onne lihts. Milburn, h L. Careon. Morgantowii, London Dally News 37m6 OWENSBORO, KY S. W. Scheiton. No Creek, J, B. iir.ssit:' l'AITII. Perryman. Outou, E. B Timmous. Haiitkoiid, Kentucky, Woodbuiy, To be supplied, Rov. Ollio Felix was sent to the Littlo Bessie's papa Is an advertising man Coiitrnetor Builder No Creek Circuit to assist Rev. Who talks his business everywhere, Perryman. ho cun. Everywhere Will draw drafts from n nice, neat A Womlri-rii- l Littlo Bessie heard him, cozy cottage up to a fine two story C'mitirrr No disease more common nmong the Heard him talking ads, house. Will draw plans free of charge. Will make careful estimnles people than scrofula. Handed down And becamo n loyal convert her dad's on nil kinds of buildings, and reinod-- al from generation to generation, it is To thnt theory of old hotites. Motto "Livo and tound in nearly evety family, in Homo And likelier good papa, let live." Believed that anything desired, foim. It may make its appearance in Could be hud by advertising HOST II QW3TIT. BUTUqClUTT. dreadful running sores, in swelling in When properly inspired. tho neck or goitre, or in eruptions of varied forms. Attacking the mucous Ono day thero came a babe, membrane it may be known ascatanh, To fill tho house with joy, A great big bouncing bnby, or developing in tho lungs it may be, A baby hoy, and often is, the prime causo oi conCREAM And when Bessie saw her brother, sumption. sho ti)-to- ed on the mat As Iu whntover forms scrofula may Aud saw tho babe,shosaid "Mammn; manifest itself, Hood's Sarsaparilla, is Did yon advertise for that?" FOR YEARS its inveterate foe aud conqueror. This Oar new tlcriffni ar ttmmtlM. Has lod all Worm Remedies. medicino has such powcrlul alterativo K ZU I 111 La WIllwmltiUMinilnFHKK p" ir ou win M.nr EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. of dtht M foil ami AililrcM TO and vitalizing efiectupon the blood BOL.D EVERYWHERE. Ol""'wl wiin think of liullillnir. I7"H III Architectural Bareno, 720 that every traco of impurity is expellI la L i OhMtnut Bt,niUdeUtaPi. 7rtptn4 b; UlflUWDSOJ IIDIC1II CO.. ST. lOCtS. ed, and tho blood is made rich, pure and healthy, over him rts tt'dS tlcVflr fceii before. Now it must bo rcmcmb.Tcd that Mr. Hilt wus cuiisidoid such u bud Democrat that In) was not permitted to bo in tfc Democratic Cnueiu lo decidoon a arifl policy. Mr. 1111, also bitterly opposed tho income tax Wilson Bill, which was of thu evidently n scheme lo captuie People's Party vote At least it partakes oi tho communistic ideas ul that party. Mr. Hill has been abused nnd violently kicked nnd cuffed about by his own party. 'Now howoverns ho has becu nominated by his party in the State ofNew York, tho Democratic party at largo will either, bo forced lo take their Hill fill or elso proceed to repudiate tho Democracy ol New York. But tho Democratic party cau't da without New York consequently they will swallow every thing had they have said of Hill and will henceforth praise his name. Tho fuels of it is, Mr.Hillis the only Statesman iu tho Democratic party. Both as a Statesman aud successful politician ho towors head nnd shoulders nbovo u other leaders of his party. It is men ike Hill that Republicans have to fear.Mr. Hill is tireless in his labors lor Democracy aud indefatigable iu his effortejor his own nggnmdizenieut. It would bo difficult task to give a good description of David Hill. In short Mr. Hill is Mr. Hill. Romx Hood. leu-tir- ro HIS (JUAlfDIAN AML Much Run Down A Humorouu Eulojiy of Washington by Murk Twain. alia Ornrral IVal III Model Trout Hit Cradle Up How Thought of III111 Hated tho Tanner' IVatermotou. (lr (lt 22 r bull nt At the dedication of tho now town lust, Murk Twain delivered n humorous eulogy of Wuslilngton, ruary Fair Haven, Mass., on Feb- jri 1 ! S parllla m fg vd Beaver Dam tt DEPaSIT BANK .. - r ...... ills.bil-iousnef- .... 1 ... ... !.. re-po- d, CjGlTTL. 03NT nit fe ,h ' -- & , a k and M nfi 4 WORMS WHITE'S ' : - ' d ' ' V .- VERMIFUGE 20 ; "-' - f -- .'. .'i 1 0J Ji '"''St ForNnlo or Itrnf. A house and lot on Dog Street. In jfood condition. Call on or address John J. McIIenry, Hartford, Ky.n-t- f t j?rane5 OPPOSITE TEXAS-DEPOT. od- - Owensboro, Kentucky. BEST FARE. XJkii r Bhttj . Notice to Log Jlou I am now ready to buy a limited number of saw logs nnd will be in Hartford on Monday and Saturday of NO LIQUORS SOLD. NO INEBRIATES KEPT. THE PATRONeach week after the 15th inst. and AGE OF ALL GOOD PEOPLE SOLICITED. will be gljl to meet all who wish to e contract, My address is Sulphur Springs, Ohio county, Ky. W, II. Moore. Resp'y nt4 post-offic- ""Rates Reasonable- Prop'r. Mr t BDOVB S. JS. STAHL, Altar. . K- -, I m A fine head of hair is an indispensable clement of beauty. Ayer's Hair Vigor maintains youthful freshness and luxuriance, rcstortB to faded ami gray hair its original color, proveuts baldncsj, removes dandruff, and cures scald diseases. It gives porfect satisfaction. QUAKER CITYBAKING POWDER ad time. kJ--iflRi ' ffiBqi3igyfMrp .... JI.-- " K- -4 littlma. h . ! . I I 1 hi J v' 1 "QDAKKnCrrvBAKiNoPowrEB" l,.nlnti.l...ir.in,l ihnlrm. lt a,l With ten pcnnlci gctatam-nl- o If it li notnat'lJ-fao-tlontOintt- T10I ell we've found the bcrt i l(m(l. CbUmi Of yonrQroceron.y ityi lOmU.) NOTICE, In the United SUlct lntercitad Id the Opium and WhlikT kiblla to bivo one ot mr booki on theie dlt euet. Addren II. II. Woollejr, Atlanta. Ua. Box S9t, and one Hill be tent 70a (roe. 3l ForsucccMwlllevcrfot.low Fallurothcrowul never be: I want crerr mm and womin .... .... Jt V ft DU1CO . tllO Ilt. r. no your p unlet will ro pay B. TboMWbouaeQ.C. "Pr? V . 1. ..'. l , r "- s - hMg&nms - . .- - .' " k -- rf if- m . . rr mmm&i,to,pitfr iri i -fl IIP The Commercial Hotel took cure of four hundred and twenty guests during the last month, besides eight to ten rcgularboarders, See! The ComTHE GREAT DEMOCRATIC MO mercial is the best hotel in the Gceu GUL FROM River country. T, M. Ir.HR, Prop. BLACKBURN! 6RECKIN-niOGEVSjDISf- 'CO!v:E to ''"' - MS Light Wrap. A ! Rev. C. F. Williams, Pastor in charge of Pleasant Ridge Circuit, will preach at Mt.Hcrmon Saturday night and Sunday. All interested in Christianity and especially the members of the church arc requested to be present. Master Coleman, son of Mr. and 15. W. Taylor, of Greenville, has been quite sick for some fime, with typhoid fever, is better. He has been under the treatment of Dr. Taylor, of Louisville, and by his close attention his liic was saved. Mrs. Comas Down to Toach Ohip County Pooplo How to Voto. A BEAVER DAM! Again we Announce to the People Of Ohio and Adjoining Counties Our SEMI-ANNUA- L m: Something that will just keep the chill off, when you are riding or walking. You don't feel like putting on heavy winter garments, but you do need a light wrap. Very Good Speech Had it Been Delivered to People Who do not Read. NMAM. CROWD XT A VF.ItY t ESI. An UMBRELLA You might as well think of . Special meeting of the Hartford Commercial Club will be held in Rowan Holbrook's office mcxt Friday night to send delegates to the Immigration Convention at Louisville, Oct. 24. All members nre requested to attend. C. R. Martin; Sec'y. Gov. Mckinley will speak in Louisville on Oct.i8th. and lor the event the C. O. & S. W. R R. will make a rate of one fare for tounJ trip from Princeton and inte'rmediata stations to Louisville, tickets to be sold for trains 8 and 6011 Oct, 18th. and returning from Louisville on all trains of Oct njth. Mr. A. R. Carson left Tuesday r ; f , - going without a hat as wear one and have it spotted and spoiled by the fall rains. You neep an umbrel la, something neat and yet to inexpensive. night for Owensboro, to be present at the marriage of his cousin. Miss Lola Pylcs.to Mr. John Daniel. Miss Pylcs will be remembered as .a young lady who has visited here at diflerent times, and is quite attractive. Mr. Daniel is a populartravelingman.and has many friends here. Master John Pendleton Coleman Smith, little son of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Smith, died Wednesday morning in Owensboro, where he had gone with his parents to attend the Fair last week. He was taken with membraneous croup, and grew stadily worse from the first, although the best medical skill was employed. John was an unusually bright little boy, and will be greatly missed by our people, as he was a great pet. The bereaved parents have the sympathy of a host of sorrowing friends. Hour Milk (Jrhltllr. Two cups sour milk, one egg, 0110 tcnepoonful soda, wilt, butter and sugar. Any cook knows how to mix and fry griddle cakes. Everyone who has tasted Ayer's Sarsapnrilla certifies s. to its superiority over all other Its uction on the stomach, liver, nnd bowels, is more prompt, thorough aud lasting, than thnt produced by any other mediciue. blojd-purifir- Yesterday the Hon Jo Blackburn spoke at the Court House to n crowd of about two hundred petsons, half of whom were Republicans, Populists and ladies. Very few people came in from the country to hear the great were just Jo., and the that much better off. The speech was n very unfair and carefully worded conglomeration of political buncombe nnd outright falsehoods. Had his speech been delivered in some backwoods community, which he evidently considered Halt-for- d and Ohio county, it would have accomplished us purpose, but before a reading people his false reasoning feii and wilful inisrepiesentations flat and only reflected discredit quite upon a man who is now nnd seeks yet to be n United States Senator. stay-at-hom- es OPENING! And without any. flourish of trumpets or jingle of words we ara positive that we have the STOCK OF GOODS from which the people of this country can select their "supplies," their "SUNDAY WEAR," their "wedding suits," outfits for in fact everything. It matters not what may be said about "hard times," people must have all these things, and we know at, and we know they Have got the money to pay for these. . Come and look througli,then if you do not buy you are certainly ' house-keeping, . . OUL 11UII11I1J--. A Rain-Coa- t. rain-coat A movement An Klcrlric I'lnnt Here. is on foot to establish Well, a is what everyone needs, and we don't have to argue that point. FAIR an electric plant at this place. The same could be operated cheaply, as water power would greatly reduce the cost of running the machinery, and fuel for the operation of an engine could be secured at n email cost. Air. J.C. I'ieifcr, an expert Electrician of Oivensboro, has been here several days looking into the matter, and if can be arrangements satisfactory made the work will begin at once. COASTING IN THE ALPS. &co. Have all the necessaries to comfort and a host of other things. . Friday, Octohkr is, 1894. T. O. Biker is the groceryman with Carson & Co. We have the biggest stock in town to select from Carson & Co. Call on Casebicr & Burton when in town and get your horse fed. We are in the lead Carso.s& Co. Another lot of hats and caps at Carson & Co. At We have just received a large shipCarson & Co, got what yon ment of cloaks. Carson & Co. want. to the wife of G. H.Williams, Ilorn. on last Monday, the 8th. a boy. Mr. II. I. Taylor and wife return cl from Louisville TueHay night. I For Sam: Tvenly pigs and .Don't fail to see our boots and shoats. Call on Jno. J. McIIenry. Captain Sam K. Cox and wile tended the O'venshsro last week. at- ,Wc have always shcos. Camson & Co. Ro-sin- e ' Mrs Jennie Mcllcnry went to Wcwlesdny to spend a few days Alonzo Hayes, Whitcsville, visited relatives in kindcrhook this week. Mrs. F. L, Felix and son, Douglas, nre visiting relatives in Louisville. Visit Miss Sara Collins for Millin. Carson &Co. ety goo Is. Good rigs on short notice, at reaWe sell goods cheaper than the sonable priccs.CASHimjR & Burton. Carson & Co. cheapest. Mr, nnd Mrs, J. Warren Baker, of Mrs. O. M. Sliultz, who has been Beaver Dam, were in town yestersick lor several days, is somewhat bet- day. Miss Enola Westerfield has been Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Vickers, Owens-bor- quite sick for several days, is imare the guests ol Mr. and Mrs. proving. G. II. Matthew. Ladies when you come to town Messrs. John R. Phipps and C. D. visit our cloak department. Sullengcr made a business trip to Carson & Co. ter. b. Evansville last wck. bour lelt for Louisville be absent several days. Misses Margaret and Carolyn BarMonday, to Hall last night Miss Clara Patterson gave quite a pleasant entertainment at College Mr. G. T. McIIenry and sister, Miss Isabelle, went to Owensbaro last week to visit relatives. Miss Dctta Morton has been quite sick for several days with a complication ot diseases. r1 Rev. J. C. Brandon has moved his Keownwill preach the family into the Lawton property on funeral of Eliza A. Stewart at the old Washington Street. Win. C Leach graveyard on the secFor a shingle, shave or shampoo, ond Sunday in November. call on H. C. Pace, the best barber in Elder J W. Mr. R. Clinton Westerfield.of Glen-deaKy,, is visiting his brother, G. C, Westerfield. This is the first time they have met for 22 years. - n, the Green River country. ;Cra The Hartford Cornet Band consists of the following members: Three Mr. L. P. Loney, of Owensboro, brothers, two uncles, one father, one was in Hartford several days last son, and one nephew, four members week, sick at the Commercial Hotel. that are no kin at all. Will some one He is now at the home 'of a relative please tell how many members there are in this band? near Point Pleasant. Prof. Wm. Foster, ot Hartlord College, will speak at the Beda school in the interest ot house publicgenerally is invited. If you need a cloak or an overcoat, hat, cap, boots or shoes or anything house; see Carkept in a first-clas- s & Co. son The ordinance of baptism was administered to Mr. C. H. Ellis in the river, near the Mill, Wednesday evening by Eld. I. H. Teel, of the Chris-tia- u Church. Mrs.W.H. Moore.Sulphur Springs, to a very painful accihappened In going out a dent last .Saturday, door the steps slipped and she tell, breaking her arm just below the elbow. She is getting along as well as coud be expected. months old child of Mr. and Mrs Wilbur Tinsley, living in Washington ueighborli'wJ, died last Saturday and wis buried Sunday at the Alexander burying ground, in the presence of a large crowd of sorrowing and sympathizing' friends, Eld. S. F. Fowler, of the Christian Church, began a meeting at the Court House last Wednesday night, as announced. By kind permission ol the Methodist brethren the place of meeting has been changed to the Methodist Church and will continue at that place until further notice. Elder Fowler preached an excellent opening sermon and was greeted with a good audience at the Methodist Church last night. He comes anion; us giving every evidence ol an ab e speaker, and an earnest christian, lleiln Urpubllrmia. and a life ol zealous devotion to the The Republicans of Ueda precinct Master. We hope and cause of the believe he will do much good in our nro callod to meet at Bed a school midst and he should be given the house Friday night lDth, to attend to of all the good important business. prayerful 0, 61. BAiiNrrrr, Ch'mn. people ot our town. I Descend ng a Long Declivity In a Novel and Exc'tlng Wa. "I had n coasting experience during a visit to Switzerland that was ns exciting as it was" novel," re-- " marked II. P. Woodson, of Philadelphia. "One day xve made up a party of four ladies and p.s many gentlemen to mnko n short trip up among the Alps. Arriving nt tho top of a great declivity of frozen snow, our guide stopped, nnd, addressing himself to tho ladies, asked how they would enjoy coasting down Ihe hill? Ilrpitrt. Of Sell )ol District, No. 44, for the As wo had brought no sleds with us or any other coutrivancc for coasting, J nnn th ending September 23. 1.S94. Pearl Coppage 94, Miuds Uswley the ladies lookru nt mm in astonisn-men- t nnd usked him to explain. This 84, Bessis Powers 91, Efllie Winmtt he did, nnd wo followed his Instruc84, Lulie Petty 99, Jessie Holing 85, tions to the letter- - Each of tho genAbbie Willctt 86, Hcitha Petty 94. tlemen folded his overcoat in four Kitic Petty 90, Lizzie Calloway 98, and tho lady whom be was tp pilot Sissic Coppage 95, Iona Phillips 99, down the. hill took a scat on her Cora Petty 99, Dona Westerfield 99, shawl, the ends of which sho wound Dora Maddox 84, Willie Lanham 85, about her feet, directly behind him, Mamie Hale 86, Wilbur Hale 85, Eva the gentleman holding her (Irmly by Gentry 85, Alma Petty 87, Lena the ankles. Then at a given signal wo started off, dragging our comBrown 83, Iva Coppage 82, Fannie panions, 1: 'hing and uttering lit86, Alma Gentry 87, Rosa Bewley tle shrieks, after us. Wo went down Coppage 82, Tula Coppage 86, Minthe hi'l HI.,? u iliot, and ut the botnie Westerfield 84, Roscoe Bewley 82, tom nroscn tri.lj ;,U l.v, but otherElbert Brown 86, WallerGalloway8s, wise noil' ".r ron.' for ctr cx;uil-oncj'.Allic Winatt S7, John Lanham 94, ?' Lee Phillips 87, Lester Phillips 82, CLOSE OF THE WAR. Westerfield 92, Thomas Theodore Turnham 92, Clarancc Gentry 90, Brave Deedi of the Army Which Marched Into tho Crimea. lames Willett 87, Homer Boling 87, Tho formally ratified treaty of Mtlvin Westerfield 93, Jesse Maddox penco was brought to London by 93, Cooper Harrison 92, James Turn-ha- Hon. William Stuart, first attacho 92, Dudley Maddox 83, Arthur to tho British embassy at Paris, on Westerfield 92, Everett Phillips 83, the 28th of April, 185G. Sunday, Ora Phillips 92t Myrtle Graham 96, tho 4th of May, was observed as a Gerbert Graham 86, Verna Petty 86, day of gcDcrai thanksgiving to AlMoses Coppage 91, Mary Wilson 96, mighty God for the preservation of James Galloway 97, Ella Wilson 84, pcaco, aud on Monday, the 5th, it Frankie Condor 84, Allie Whitten was formally proclaimed In London, with the usual solemnities, says the 85, James Whitten 84, Icy Milam 79, New York Advertiser. Addresses Emma Condor 82, W. ( Loyal 88, to tho crown, approving of tho Jo W. Loyal 87, Morse Boling 89, peace, were carried in both houses Frank Whitten 90, Jesse Milam 8o, of parliament on tho ovenlng'of that Willie Lcwellen 87, D. Lewellen 81 day, and on tho 28th both houses cordially voted "thanks to the Eflle Brown 80. army, navy and marines employed Lbk B. Mills, Teacher. in the operations of tho late war." Tho feelings entertained toward tho Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder men who fought and bled in the World1! Fair Highest Medal and Diploma. Crimea by tbo queen, tho government and the people of England are Goiheii Itlnlrlcl, No- - 10. also placed on record in an excelGeneral average for the month lent dispatch of Lord Pnnmure's, ending September 28, 1894. which will bo porpotuated as long'as Annie Millard 89, Ida Millard 90, tho language exists. "Since tho period," said the noble Mamie Stevens. 90, Mallie Stevens eccrotary of war, "when tho army 90, Lillie Ingram 78, Ora Millard 75, tho shores tof England Jessie Dowell 88, Gracie Cooper 90, first quitted thero has been no vicissitude of war Josie Stevens 70, Annie Steveno 69, which it has not been called upon to Rosie Ingram 78, Susie Williams 94 encounter. It was assailed by Ada Miller 95, Laura Barnes 94, Bes- cholera shortly after it arrived in sie Barnes 94, Pearl Pate 94, Pearl Turkoy. Then was proved that Harris 94, Mary Engleby 80, Charlotte moral as well ns physical coirrage Led to tho Baker 90, Minnie Jnhn 90, Mattie Sorvaded its ranks. triumphed In engagements Dimes 83, Efllie Renfrew 80, Lemius Pate 80, Greenwell Ingram 95, Verda in which heavy odds were on the carried on, Harris ab, Scott Millard ab, Henry enemy's side. It Incredible, aunder slcgo difficulties almost Jahn 78, Robert Jahn 78, Flavius of unprecedented duration, In tho Baker 82, Charles Baker 82, Charles course of which tho trying duties of Millard 88, Cleveland-Steven- s 63, the trenches, privations from straitArchie Stevens 68, Arthur Dowell ened supplies nnd tho fearful dim85, Robert McDowell 88, "Martin inution of its numbers from disease Renfrew 94, Walker Renfrow 92, neither shook Its courago nor imLuther Renfrow 80, Harry Harris 78, paired its discipline Notwithstanding that many a gallant comrado Lesley Barnes8o, Arthur McDowell fell in their ranks and many wore 70, Ira Pirtle 67, Jimmie Pirtle 68, callod upon to mourn tho gallant Owen Taylor 95, Mervell Byers 95, commander who led them from EngCharles Henry 90, Nellie Cooper 95, land and who closed In tho flold his Robert Millard 68, Arthur Worsley noble career as a soldier, her maj90, Pearl Worsley 95, Eva Worsley esty's Woods never flinched from 65, Ed Cooper 93. their duties nor disappointed tho General average in attendance 47. eanguiuo hopos of, the country." - Mamib Rkid, Teacher. " -D m 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, &cM &c. Dress Goods from 10c. to SI. 25 per yard. FURNISHING GOODS of all kinds. MILLINE1IY and Cloaks NEW, NOBBY and FASHIONABLE. SHOES, elegant and' stylish. BSSEE HERE ! The cash or good country produce will COME TO SEE US. buy these goods. low-price- HOCKER $ CO. BEAVER DAM. Happenings and Personals as Reported by our Regular Correspondent. Rev. E. E Pate delivered a splendid sermon in the School Hall Sunday night. Mr. R. P. Hocker and wife, Misses Viola Pirtle, Fannie Barnes and N. May Friend, Messrs. E. P. Barnes and C. W. Parrott were present at the dedication of West Providence Church'Sunday. MissClara Patterson gave asplendid Elocutionary entertainment in the School Hall Monday night. Mr. II. D. Hunt went to Huntsville Sunday for his little daughter, Sallie, who has been there for the past week visiting friends and relatives. Rev. I. H. Teel, wife and child returned home Friday from a visit to friends and relatives in Bowling Green and adjoining towns. Mr. J. H. Nave spent last week in Louisville. Miss Mabel Sweatte returned Mon. day from an extended visit to friends in Rockport. Miss Dora E. Gibson spent Sunday at her home in Hartford. Mrs. Mnrilda Shackleford and son, Eddie, of Texas, are spending a month with relatives here. Miss Eliza McKenney, who has been taking guitar lessons for the past two months, returned to her home in Butler county. Miss Margaret B. Clark, Louisville, arrived in our town Tuesday for the purpose of securing a class in music, both vocal and instrumental. Misses Dora E. Gibson, N. May Friend and Emma Barnes spent Sunday night in the country, the guests of Mr. Ham Barnes and family. Sad news came over the wire from Owensboro Tuesday night, stating that little John Smith, son of T. J. Smith, of Hartford, was dying. Mr. J. II. Nave and wife left for Oowens-bor- o immediately on receipt of the ATTVK. news. consultation they agreed to meet at 2 p. m. after partaking of the hospitality of Bro. Kelly Maddox and othAfternoon session called to orers. Appointed secder by Supt.Shultz. retary pro tem, J. C. Barnard. Discussed subject ns follows: "How to prevent whispering in school." Prof. Rosson does not allow whispering, thai is clear across the room. J. B. Wilson,does not read aloud love letters found in school. J. L. Brown just kept pecking at them till they quit. J. C. Barnard don't want them to entirely quit. How to secure regular attendance, discussed by A. M. Smith, J. L. Brown, Z. H. Sliultz and General sociability J. B. Wilson. the main point. After endorsing ar-oi the forenoon the meet- ing adjourned. J. C. Barnard, Sec'y pro tem. CoIIcr llftppenlnga. A great interest is maintained in all the different departments, the cool weather seeming to thrill every soul with animation, and all are pressing on with their work grandly and nobly. It is apparent on every hand that the influence of Hartford College is penetrating farther and farther, Ml II lilm Ot Rockport Magisterial District Teachers' meeting at Highview' Oct. 6th, Called to order at 10 a, m. by 1894 Secretary J. II, Wood. Seven teachMarvin ers and one visitor present. Kimbley was elected chairman pro tern. After some discussion the next meeting .was appointed for Ceralvo, District No. 16, nt 9 a. m. third SatAgent wanted for new book. urday in November. A committee C 8plendlil seller. -- Rare oppornt some future roan or lady. $75 on piogram to report tunity for any actWe No ipe, time was appointed, adjournment. per month easily earned. rioBce wegiTeMVaCflM I full instructions. On leaving, the pirtymet J.B. Wilson and Z. II. Sliultz coming to the meetWe pay express and allow 30 Uy creii. Let us tell you about iP.VV. ing. Supt Sliultz nsked for a return Zleiler&Co.,Boz Ml A After a short of the recalcitrants ll70lPhUadelphU)Pff MIM I limited not by the boundaries of our own county, hut reaching throughout the counties ot our State, and ads joining States. We truly believe our school is fast approaching the zenith of prosperity and like the setting sun that ciown tho passing world with azure and gold, so will this school I Jeavo a name that will glow with petual brilliancy long atter its walls ' have crumbled behind tho shadowy cliffs of time. Miss Ella Herring and Mr. Horace NiitfrliifriifleillB Vlilfs. Friday, 12th, 58, 8, J. L. Elmore. ' Pendleton aie new students this week. 83, 11, Miss Sallie Quisenberry, 78, 2:30, J. J. Keown. Mrs. 0. M. Shultz, who has been Monday, 15th, 55,8, J M. Stogner. sick for several days, is improving. 105, 11, Miss Henri Hammons. Rev. C. R. Crowe, Jeilersonville, 56, 2:30, I. C. Hoover. Ind., conducted General X Thursday Tuesday, 16th, 49, 8, Miss Mallie morning. His talk was highly apFerguson. preciated. 46, 11, Miss Alice Bowman. Misses VertlaDuke, Oma Wester57. 2:30, Wednesday, 17th, 97, 8, Miss Mag- field and Carrie Woerner were visitors Thursday morning. gie Richardson. Prof. Pirtle's addrees last Thurs109, 11, A. S. Bennett. day rooming elicited much praise 67, 2:30, J. L Hoover. Thursday, 18th, 48, 8, C. H. Mc- from both the students and faculty. Donald. Our congenial President conducted 20, 11, I.0 wry B. Mills. Exercises Monday morning. I 12, 2:30, A. S. Tanner. Miss Bertie Nail was a wclcoroo vis Friday, 19th, 100, 8, U. C. Barnett itor this week. 52, n, D. E. Ward. Rev. E. E. Pate conducted Gener53. 2:30, C. II. Ellis. al X Tuesday morning. Misses Sallie Cato, Pearl Joplin lorNnle. Any one desiring to buy a cheap and Mr, Jo. B, Rogers wcro visitors farm with a good young orchard of this week. Quito a number ot tho students 150 bearing trees, a fine lot white oak and poplar timber, should call on or attended tho dedication at West write me. The farm is on the Roch- Providence last Sunday and a delightester nnd Beaver Dam road near ful time is reported. I will sell Cool Spring Church. Miss Lula Walker and Mrs. low. J. A. Hoors, Sam A. Anderson visited the school Prentis, Ky. Wednesday morning. Mr. Shultz conducted General X Awarded Wednesday morning in his usual in Highest Honors World's Fair. pj i tellectual manner. 1 Sn DR. Mm BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT I Iff LlffE AkryXr1niredM RITPn El MADE. Free Up You Seed HnpaT We have with us for,a short tima R.L.Eads&Co.,represeoting the firm of Raud, McNally & Co., publishers of the famous house and oliica maps. Every farmer, merchant, lawyer and doctor should have this use fal acquisition in his borne. These young men live in our own Stale and come highly recommended. They will tako great pleasure in showing you tho work iu your homes with t prices too low to mention. 10-G- A cure GraDe Cream of Tartar Powder. from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. qu icnfta . ,.-.- :,- -- imiDn inniinninnui .,. Dr. Price's Creaa Baking Powder World's Pair Highest Aword. , h 4ft -- Cj 1. aatg .u. bll.VJ crulrtrijj.wlthoui seeing a wbule, tho tlscr. ,..,r.,w-.w-- r 1 .aMa'Xyyr' uu-w- n, "--K i.1t K .j'S-JL f -- "X---' "s f ' M tii iigi-i-,r- VBMV- -i g7" tt-- n rr JL JL--m J itiiMurT-tSo he sent a score of olllcers to tho templo garden, and thoy pulled down tho stntuo aud dragged it through tho streets to tho courthouse. So extraordinary a proceedlngof courso attracted tho attention of all in tho neighborhood, and agrpatconcour.se of people followed tho cart, crying out: "Thostatuo is being arrested," and pressed after tho officers Into , : V , in Hartford Republican Friday, Octodcr 1a, 1894. went lip with slow, painful steps to Sophlo's room. "They havo coma buck," alio said, "and thoy want to seo you. Child, can you boar it? Ho bus married i.ouiNVii.i.K.Nr. l,oiilllle WrM Point llmnilpnliiirK SAVJ3I) BY JMOWraiNO. HOlir.MJLti IN hFPKUT WK.STIKJU.m i.oiiin a ii:x. 7:1. 11.1t NOV. I, IHBl. No. 51, No,63, Dully. Iv llly. A Torrlblo Collision Provontod by an Opportuuo Plash. York ltimil A 111 I,v. WHO WAS TO BLAME? I1V MIIS. At. I- - 11AYNB your sister." I still Insist It nil came of'trying on tho brlde'a dtess, which was not hers, and of maUaghorown wedding enke. Why should anyono blame Clarice, who could not bo a free ngent if such trivial circumstance can control our destinies? When Sophto died she forgave her, but by that tlmo Howard had discovered tho truth that ho loved Sophio and should always lovo her. I suppose thero is a sort of special justlco in that, as Clarice knows tho truth by tho intuitive process, and whenever a cloud is on her husband's face she says.to Iwrsolf: "Ho is thinking of Sophio." That is her punishment, I know, for I am Clarice. Rillii, m, 0.17 n. in. 9 I i. til. n, in H. 6 i 7.2(1 8 07 8 37 m. 1. hi i. m. M .0 ' ' ' An KiiRlnrrrV TrjIiR Itxprrlrnrr New on Jllnil In "None but tlio brklc slioukl try on tho weddln? dress," Is 0110 of thoso domestic superstitions which often Thcro nmy sway households. nothing in it, but I have seen such - ccr tlid'arcuf I'rciuuro of Clrnit Dun- ondi rful t;to. InlnRton Pphennport ClorrrpoTt llnHcntlllo t.Fwitporl OwtnMmro . p. in. WM 111. H.'il p. m. loll 11:11 n. in, 9 16 p. in. h. m. In III p. in 10.31 11 Ptor means so much more than you imagine1 scriotis and fatal diseases result from trilling ailments neglected. Don't play with Nature's greatest gut health. out of i,irl ll'lSn.m. , 14. 1(1 p. in. l.dl p.m. 1 .28 p. ni, bo dire results follow n transgression of this occult law that I would advise young women to respect tho shibboleth even If they do not believe In It. I myself havo seen pork like a living curl In tho frying-pathing, all because tho animal that n Engineer Sclinffor, on train ), running between Buffalo ... j ...!.! anu hoc osier, on 11 u..!- roac. v.a ivhicl. arrives In this city Lockport, at 0 o clock In the evening, had an experience recently that made his hnlr stand on end, says tho Roches- I 1. - , !n.mlss.n ' the courtroom. This was just what Oka wished; yet tho entrance of uny spectator ,nto tho court.roonMVithout special ., , HpotllTlllc... llcnilrrnon.. EAST HOUND. It'll t. p.in, III. M p. in 12 20 a. m No, M, No.M, Dm'y 3i ISp. in Health mwtis I .,. l)lljr. 7:14 . m. 7.17 il, in, 8 27 D I supplied tho meat had been slaughtered in tho dark of tho moon. And I know that bad luck Is sure to follow tho brldo who makes her own wedding enko. How do I know It? How do you know anything In this world of miracles? If tho moon controls tho tides, why docs It not control other forces of nature? If Sophto Westovcr had not been inordinately, selfishly happy, sho would not havo left her betrothed and her sister so much together during tho tlmo that sho was preparing for her wedding festivities, which wero to be of a very quiet order, for the two girls wero orphans, and their aunt was their housekoeper West-ov- Detroit Free Press. Effeminate. They woro two feathery mortals, two lightsome, frivolous young persons coming homo on tho elevated trntn from tho fnrco comedy and still fluttering with excitement over tho jokes nnd Gomcrsaults which had evidently stirred them to their very depths. Ho began it: "Wasn't that man with tho red whiskers perfectly killing?" "Oh, he's tho funniest thing lever did seo." "Didn't you laugh when that littlo fellow jumped on top of the other? I nearly died." "Yes, nnd when he fell downstairs I simply shrieked." Doth giggled spasmodically. Then she asked: "Didn't you think It was a dream of a dress that tall girl wore?" "It was grand." She sighed deeply and said: "Oh, me, I wish I could go on the stage. cauary-lntcllectc- " Happy is the bride lhat tho un ghlncs on, Dlesacd are the dead that tho rain rains on." and chaperon. And Clarice was very pretty a sort of pret-ttnethat would fado early, but just tho sort to catch tho eyo of a man who believes so thoroughly in his own strength as to take no heed lest ho fall. Howard Loring was so upright and honorable thatltnevor occurred to him thnt ho could do wrong. Ho forgot that David, tho man after God's own heart, went astray. If Howard had been called to account for long walks and tender talks with Clarice, ho would have said: ''She is my little sister." ' Thero never was a tlmo when attenbrothers lavlskcd lovcr-lik- o tions on their sisters, or took sentimental strolls with them by moonlight, or said sweet nothings that causo vivid blushes. It began by an idlo coquetry on tho part of Clarice, but Howard was a haudsomo fellow, and, like all men, fond of admiration er ss The train left Buffalo nt 7 o'clock in tho evening in charge of Conductor Knickerbocker, with Engineer SchnfTcr at the throttle. Tho train had a clear track, as was supposed, betwecu Buffulo nnd Lockport, nnd was running at a high rate of speed. Black Rock was reached without any mishap. After leaving that station behind the engineer sent tho train ahead at tho rate of over thlr- ty miles nn hour. The night was dark as pitch, and the rain beat against tho cab windows unceasingly. Engineer SchalTer sat In his seat by tho cab window. Tho headlight was of little use in the blinding ralu, and the engineer could seo only n few yards In advance of the engine. The train sped on through the darkness, nnd soon the "up grade, nb.out five miles south of Tonawaudn, was reached. The engineer opened tho throttle wider, tho fireman shovelled coal faster. Tho hill was passed and tho train rumbled on through ter Chronicle. law. Oka had just put two or threo questions to tho statue (which of course romulned dumb), when, looking up, ho pretended to catch sight for tho first timo of tho crowd in the room, now dense to suf- I.T. Itrnilrrxnn Sl.oltnTlllp , t j ' tho storm. Suddenly a flash of lightning, followed by a terrific peal of thunder, lit up the track a half mllu ahead. SchafTcr was looking ahead just at that moment and a sight met his gnzo that sent tho blood from his cheeks. Twenty yards ahead four freight cars woro standing on tho he pulled it buck to the last notch nnd shouted to tho fireman to 'put on the air brakes. The firemau's blood seemed to freeze in his veins, and, seizing tho brake lever, he sent tho air through the pipes at full force. At the same moment Schnf-fe- r set the emergency brakes. Tho strong locomotive croaked and groaned. The engineer and fireman, with blanched cheeks, stood looking Into each other's faces, while tho perspiration trickled from their foreheads lu large drops. But only for a monunt, for the cnglno tottered and both of them wore thrown to tho floor of tho cab. The shock was so sudden that tho passengers In the coaches wero thrown from their seats, tho chandeliers swung from the celling nnd two of them fell to the floor. Ono man was thrown completely over tho seat In frontof him, landing with his head shoved under the second seat in front nnd his feet propped up ngalnst the breast of tho elderly gentleman behind In such a manner as to hold him firmly In his seat. Ono young lady was, by the force of the shock, lifted from her seat, carried into the aisle, and deposited in the lap of a man who was lying on his back in tho aisle. The baggageman was at the tlmo engaged in checking a trunk. He did not check it just then, however, for when the shock camo the trunk eluded his grasp and started with th other baggage for the other end The baggageman was of tho car. found a tow mlntues later covered up with satchels In ono corner of tho car. After tho excitement had subsided the conductor and engineer got focation. Calling to nn officer, ho said, angrily: "Put all theso peoplo out, and flue them every perwithout one for cnterlug mission. Take each one's namo mid residence, and havo him bring his line In tho shape 0 ono pleco pf whlto cloth." Tho crestfallen crowd was let out, nnd the next day thero came pouring lu hundreds of pieces of white cloth of all qualities and textures. The namo of tho giver was written on each by tho officer, and then, piece by piece, they wero compared with the peddler's snmplo of the cloth he had lost. Beforo long a match was found, and, as Oka had foreseen, tho missing bundles were found concealed in the house of the man who had brought this pleco as his fine. Tho next day the other cloth that had been paid in as fined was returned to those who had brought It. Harper's Young People. ALUMINIUM EQUIPMENTS. Why the Soldier Boys Would Appreciate Them. The secretary of war recently COUGHS, HOAHStNtSS, Bronchitis, La Grippo, Whooping Cough, Group, Asthma, Fnoumonia, And tor tho relict and cure ot all FOR COLDS, 0otLorn Hum Kvillt- - J 37 p. Ill n. in. 4.23 p m I" a. in. A S p. in in. nt, in, P.ian, In ol ftiuip.m '.7 -- Clnmpoit Ntrphui-pnr- p. m : ItVli:K,l I'rvttlfti'mrji WVnt Point W. l.oilln villu , , 12(1h. Mil p. in It.Wn. in, ittfp, in n ni, 7:Jlp. m Imttp, in, M)3 ii.in 1.(ii p in, f (0 p, in tlir.ti!ir,flliici lorti.wcit . Throat and Lung Diseases. $ Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Prompt to act, suro to euro. rxnliin Nn, 81 iinil No. Tii nrnkr connection IrvliMton (buiHUy pxrrptnl) with iruiimu Lou I WeMi-ri- i 1!. I!cn.'nn' rlllc, llarl'naliiirir ! Ijotm.l. Tor Itirtliir hrnriiwllon, mlilrr.n II. C, MOUl'Ui:, fii'ii. I'Vr A(t'l. I I iron (,npr.tlv At. lutistcd, i.etxoui, nnc no appcinc anil Kill uulk, ticqlii it oncclik. liiRtlieniostttlli. lily MtciiKthcnlns ii idlrlnc.v tilth h I .ui.T.i' fv Park Obesity Pills will reduce our weight PERMANENTLY Iiihii' ,12 to 15 pounds a muuth. NO Starving Hickuctu 01 injuiy; NO Publicity. They build up ihu health nnd branti; fy the complexion Ivaivintr 110WMXIC LES01 llubbiucK. SlOUr AUDO. MENS and ililiicult breathing purely relieved. NO EXPERIMENT but n scientific and positive rclicl, adopted All only alter years ol expeaiencc. orders supplied direct hum our Price 82.00 per package or three packuurtt fur S3 CO by mail iin.tpnid. Tcetimnnuls atul purlieu iars (sealed) 2 cents. All caircdpuudcuco sti icily confidential. e. FATPEOPLE the s.ik'U and best regulnlor fur Indus; nothing iiiiplc'iisniit, ami iiluit)s effectual. Advice free. Pai'kiifKsSi und 82 direct Tin: C.vton Co , 1 Druppist?, HuMnn, Mum, ly PENNYROYAL PILLS. Dr. Perry's Roliitblu r Bitters i Dypcp.ia, IU. IcJ llimwi ion Hit. A lew hot. BI cuir-bcuc- try firt tUttil ittth, nml it'i plcaiatit to tike. comts from Hie ft Cures j, i., i'niiiiiii, l. M, J. L. Ccreon & Sou, IIIS t St l Kidney and Liver Troubles,-- f Neuralgia, Constipation, Bad Blood Nervous ailments I-- Malaria, Women's complaints. Get nn1llie L(iutite It hateroiirtl red ' 1. HO on t!ir IH ptr. All others atetuti. sllintt-tin leccli tot two jc stimpsue I' vlll eh tf liM Unutlliil WoHd'1 S I ulr Vlv nnd Ixiik lice. If r dho.vh chfmiCal co. oaltimoie, mo s M-- HIMHIS Car- PARK REMEDY CO., Boston, Mius. i5iiEKr-:oGOTO"ewEK!- Careful li.stimates made on all pentering and Uuilding. Tciius Hartford, Ky. TWO SKPAHATE BbiVLIiiQ GREEN Ft Got our prices on Job Wok bsiorc going elsewhere. UNDER ONE MANAGEMENTSOUTHERN - mamma aud papa object. Thoy want to scud mo to college. Oh, pshawl" And he showed such signs of pctu-lanc- y that she becamo tenderly sympathetic and said: "Never mind, It must bo lovely." He said: "I'd be there now, only track. Grasping tho reverse lever Llewellyn." "Llewellyn" was the last straw. and attention. Clarice spent tho morning hours It was sho in helping her sister. who mado tho brido's cake. In tho afternoon sho took Howard lu charge. "You are going to havo him for llfo," Bho would say to her sister, "so I will mako the most of him now." They rehearsed the marriage ceremony so often, Clarico taking tho part of tho clergyman, that Sophia declared sho knew It by heart. Then she reversed their order, and married Clarico to Howard. 'You aro a handsomo couple," sho said, as sho kissed the bride, and then something in their faces, somo thought that left a passing reflex,dis-turbeher. "I am tired," sho said, and withdrew to think. Sho heard them lnughlng aud talking together In tho parlor as If she had no place or part in their lives. "I am getting morbid," .sho said to herself, and looked In the glass at her palo face and colorless eyes. d A plain man, who hnd been sitting in front of them reading a drovers' paper, deliberately arose and walked to tho other end of tho car. Chicago Record. A Broken Tradition. The father paced tho polished floor of a mansion that had been handed down from generation to generation. His faco was now lighted by joy at the return of the prodigal; now shadowed by an angry grief at tidings which his son had brought. The clouds thickened, nnd presently tho joy was all obscured. Ho turned to his son and said: "You left me that your independence might not be hampered. You refused my offered funds, preferring to use only what you considered your own. So far there is naught to blame." Tho son waited with respectful at- tention. "Apparently," continued tho old gentleman, "you have prospered; and, my son, I would bo thrilled with pride at your solitary, unaided victory had not you brought mo news of a broken tradition of my family." "No one of my name has ever beforo married until his father's con sent had at least been asked. Nothing prevented 3ou from opening correspondence with me upon this single subject certainly. That would not have threatened your independence. But, no; you preferred to slight me to insult me." "Father, you wrong me. Thero was not time." "Not time, sir? You could not restaln your ardor one little month or so? A sorry excuse, upon my honorl A " "Hear me, father. Tho moment I had won my Isibelle's lovo wo wero married because" and he proudly raited hla head as he refuted the false charges "becauso I was then in absolute want." Judge. Tho Littlo King Ruled Well. large packing case filled with military equipments made of aluminium, which havo been sent from tho manufacturers In Germany with tho request that they be Inspected nnd tested by a board of Accomofficers from our army, panying the packngo aro reports of tests made by commissioners of the German army. Tho case contains a sample of almost every nrticlc of metal that enters into the equipment of a cavalry, Infantry or artillery soldier except his arms, and they are not only very much lighter than thoso made of tho metals, but aro of handsomo design and entirely proof against rust, so that if they are adopted the soldier will have very much less cleaning to Tho German do than formerly. army has already adopted aluminium tent fixings, ration boxes, canteens, rings for belt nnd other purposes, drinking cups, cooking utensils, s and several other articles, and boards of survey nre now experimenting with buttons, horseshoes, bits, stirrups, spoons and forks, ammunition belts, etc. Bits and stirrups made of aluminium havo not been satisfactory. The side-ba- r of the bit is not strong enough to stand the pressure rehorses and quired for a light stirrup is not desirable for the reason that if a cavalryman n snnflle-hookhard-mouthe- d " t.Theo.Cain. Work, . 1 Cll.t " tl eucuua tf tf J?rJrt7nr0J) mkFuwmbe&iiy vS l SCHOOLS I? LUIAULianLU 111 IUIOi wm 1 I'bi'tht m.Wumf Mol Attitu Urly Mir. or ' .? ilyl- - , foluii'tl Si., '.'u.JI tii.'tT !' n COLLEGE. I SOUTHERN RGflLIHG DUSIHESS OrttEII NORMAL .SCHOOL. J TtiritiritllutiiirssTrii lingSchoololthaS-iulli- . lnlll., Tehrt', S..ient trie, and Clnle trfior Kccrmir, Mien Innd, rclectsph), I'M1 1 Coursn, Mujlc, Alt, ami Klocution prcnldsl Writing, ant rnmanhip Tupllt can enter at (or l.ow talcs tt board and tuition, bend lor catalogue cr.d lot catalogue jr. tinir OUCURT BROS , rrorn, Bowling Orwn,Kj. tSri'ieatliu Courio deilted. Adlreu Qaion s 1? Ierve t fllffe IVrl-rll.- l Com to Hartford to ski; tiih - QUICKLY CUHES en'l ft htervoas Debility Splssl Iho II. il I ncnllj IVnrr, Itr. Inrri riii1 mill unit tiniirnliii; ili- Ainl'lllim ! COURAGE OF MANHOOD; hit-Kh- ! illlli'l It, fchtili::. HsKiilhsis, lie. ntul IVrllln. l.polorliiK JIi-i- i ! i:liuiiKlril. lift lliillri'it ur Oii'i mill tluiui'ii l'nlrc liltil, riK-rtiil- i n U- !. -l Potfecr onstitutiona' Prwers. "Oh. God," she cried in anguish, "why was not I mado beautiful? Lover and friend hast thou put afar off." Tho wedding dress came home. Sophio had determined on a great sacrifice. Sho had bpent a night and a day In prayer, and the awful struggle against self which Is tho Gethsemane of the soul. Now her way was clear, she knew what was required. I I X I XL favorlto. I Ag bour of tho young King Alphonso of Spain. Tho queon regent, as is natural to expect, has taken great pains to teach her little son her own uatlvo To accomplish tongue, German. this thoroughly and rapidly, sho her-Be- lf self: compiled a grammar and primer "That is notlovo which goes." Howard Loring was in a dream. for his use. Short poems tako up a Ho did not lovo Clarice; no, no, a good part of tho book. Onu of theso thousand times no It was but en- especially interested his little majchantment, but ho loved tho quiet, esty, to tho great delight of the restful Sophie, who alone was fitted queen. It was entitled: "What Ono to bo his companion for life. And Should Do," nnd ends with tho lino: I ho did not believe that Clarico loved "Kings must rule well." Alphonso learned tho poem by him. It Is given to few men to read fully and completely tho sensitive heart, and easily, for ho has a memory. Ono evening, depths of a woman's nnturo. It Is an Intultlvo selcnco which no savant when his mother hnd given him his customary good-nigh- t kiss, he asked, may teach and no student learn. as usual: "Art thou content with But when &hc stood beforo him in mo majesty exWhen her sister's wedding dress sho looked pressed her npprovnl her his of conduct, so lovely, so fair and radiant a tho littlo fellow's faco brightened up Conl, t'011 1. maiden, that a sudden overpowering I have sold my interest in the over him to have and for a moment and ho proudly said: impulsorame "Yes, I havo lu truth ruled well Johnson nnd Mosely Coal Bank to hold her, for llfo or death. j Albert Rial and have opened N. Y. Tribune. another "You look liko an angel," ho said cal ba"k the farm of J. W. Reeks, of a with tho weak Inconsequence I'ulillc hiiriildiiK, turec miles enst ot town, bend me man in love, who says tho samo The following a a list of appointyour orders nnd I will guarantee you thing his father and grandfather ments for tho county candidates as good coal. Respectfully, statue n court and Injsjilin." hald beforo him under bltnilar cirN GAIXAGnR. agreed upon by tho different commitcumstances, Sophie was on her knees at tfio tees. They will speak at the following tygra trwmirHKMKrirr-iPrbedsldo In her room pleading for times and places in tho mouth of Ocstrength to go to her lover and say: tober: "Tuko her sho is yours." Ceralvo Friday, 12th, at night. Oh, how beautiful faith and Rockport Saturday, 13th. of woman that Is lower than was formorly pronounced incurable. Now it is net. In all Beda Monday, 15th. angels I tho of tho early stages of the disease Sophio had risen from her knees, Buford Tuesday, 10th, nt night. her hour of agony being over, when Bells Run Wednesday, 17th. sho heard carrlago wheels rolling Mngan Thursday, 18th. from tho door, and, looking out, saw Deanefield at uight. from tho cnvrlago window tho flutter will effect a euro quicker than ajjy other FordsvilleSaturday, 20th. of a whlto gown, Sho ran distractknown specific. Scott'a Einuliiiou Shrove Monduy, 22d. edly to tho room below, making of healthy lung-fissuhavo they gone?" sho "Wliero Olaton Tuesday, 2M. relieves inflammation, overcomro tho excess-iv- o panted. "Why did thoy go?" All day upeaicings to begin at one wasto of tho diseaso and given vital "Clarico wanted to bo photo- 1 o'clock, promptly. ' strength. dress, Did you seo graphed Jn your For doughs, Oolds, Weak Lungs, S. Throat, G, B, Likens, her?" asked her aunt. Bronohitis, Consumption, Ch'm'n Dera. Com. Scrofula, Araimi, "No. But I am sum sho was Lobs of Flesh aud Wasting Disoisos of OhllJwn. E. D. Guffy, lovely," answered Sophio In a reBuy only tho gonuino with our tradeCh'm'n Rep. Com. lieved voice. wrapper. mark on talmon-colort- d "No lovelier than yourself," said J. P. Miu.EK, T1ADC MANN. Stndfor pampkltt on Scott's Emulsion. A'A'A'. tho aunt, with whom Sophio was tho , "Come, dear," she said to Clarice, tho littlo sister to whom she had been both father and mother, "you must try it on, and wo will go down Yes, tho and surprlso Howard. veil and wreath, too. Then I can seo just how they look. And and I will love the dress better when you havo worn It." "You aro too good to me, sister," answered Clarice with bowed head. No word had been spoken to break tho solemn contract that bound tho two, but a guilty joy was In her that heart which acknowledged Howard loved her even as sho loved lihn. And Sophio was saying to her- Another pretty little story Is told ARRESTING A STATUE. The Clever Ruse That Led to tho Capture of a Thief. In ono of tho beautiful templo gardens of Yedo there was a largo statue of tho dlety Jizo so lurgo that the pedestal formed seats on tho four sides where wayfarers might rest. Ono day thero passed that way a dry goods peddler, carrying a large pack of somo threo hundred pieces of white cloth. Tho seat at tho foot of tho statue was a temptso the peddler put ing resting-place- , down his pack beside him, and before ho know it was nupping In tho warm und drowsy rays of the sun. When he awoke his pack was gone stolen. Be betook himself to Oka and mado his complaint. Oka was silent for somo time. It would bo a difficult thing to traco such n common article as cloth, where hundreds of persons had passed by during the peddler's imp. At length, feigning great indination, Oka said: "My good man, it is outrageous that tho deity Jizo should not huvo kept vou from harm while you wero restlnir at tho very foot of his statue. The true offender hero 19 tho deity, and we must linvo his city pavements, although the tests Aluhave not been completed. minium horseshoes nre already in use in the United States as well as in Europe, und a Chicago manufacturer is now turning out largo numbers of them every da v. He has off the truln to investigate the situation. They found the pilot of. his furnished samples to the quarterengine shoved a foot beneath tho master's department, which aro now experimental tests. undergoing caboose of tho freight0 train ahead. Lieut. W. C. Brown of the First As they were but a few miles from cavalry has been making important Lockport tho froight was pushed In- experiments in aluminium equipto the yard limits and sidetracked, ments at his post, San Carlos, Ariz., tho train proceeding on its way to but thej' arc entirely voluntary unci no formnl report has ever been Lockport. made to the department. Old engineers on tho pronounco It the most wonderful Boston Said Ohl and Aht stop they had ever heard of. Tho flash of lightning was all that saved Peoplo saw something on tho the lives of over two hundred pas- streets the other day that caused sengers on board tho train. them to "ohl" and "ahl" a great deal, and modest folks doubtless reCentral-Hudson loses it from his foot it is much more difficult for him to catch it again than if it was heavy. The aluminium horseshoe has proved useful for country roads, but Is thought not to be hard enough for eurntinc power matiile.sts itselt almost iniiuedi itely it On this point the evidence is taken ot those who lmvc taken it i unilorm They ray thev can feci and positive the effect of every dose doing them good It is a powerful nerve invigorating tonic, imparting its K.Mora-tiv- e iiflueuce through the incc'ium of the nervous sjsttin to tvery oian and tissue in the bedv. It makesbut little difference whether the constitutional vigor h.is been undermined by acute disease, ovtrwoi!:, or certain mischievous or whether the broken diwn condition iscnllcd by one name or other, so long as there is nervous exhaustion, general or local weakness so long as enervation nnd debility are the type of the ailment, this is. the remedy, Its extiaotdi.trv SPRING OPENING O.F - - Field's car of Buggies just from the Davis Carriage Company. C. L. He wll imvo you HON'ISY by Unyiiig from HIM. eell you Will G0.00 reputa- THOSE WHO SUPPER from the results of over mental or physical exertion, hard.slitp,cxposurc, hidden drains, caprice, or who have brought upon themselves a series ot afflictions by ignorantly or willully violating nature's laws, will find in a Huggy, Hnrness, Lap Ouster nml Whip from lion up to fcTfi.OO. Thu Davis C'nrringo Company tlio tion of building tho beat Muggy for tho money ol nny Factory in Cincinnati. Caton's c and Xkhvk remedy for their certain relief. It speedily removes all evidences of progressive physical ikterioration, nnd restores the enfeebled energies to their natural vigor. VITALI.UR Ton-tc.th- So come and judge for yourself. ceived an awful shock. A remarkably pretty woman astride a bicycle was gotten up in tho most mannish costume I have yet seen in these days of dross reform. She wore trowsers which fitted her beg pardon legs not much more loosely than a man's, und there "was no sign of skirt of any sort. Sho wore knickerbockers, pure and simple, mado apparently of corduroy, of a bright brown color and whlto leggings. Tho jacket was made to match, and was very natty. Tho girl had a very trim figure, but tho way every one turned nnd stared showed that but few people havo over seen thoso things in real lifo beforo. Tho effect was not particularly immodest, and tho girl was apparently oblivious to the sensation sho was creating a great deal moro so, I think, than her escort, for sho was not braving tho woild alone.- -Boston Record. temper, melancholy, cowardice, weakness of the knees nnd back, palpitation of the heart, dragging pain in the loins, headache, irritation of the kidneys and bladder milky urine, pernicious and hidden wastes, in a fnilure of the mental and physical powers, constituting nu impediment to success nnd unfitting him or her for the duties and responsibilities of life, it is the remely lor excellence. A single package vill he .sufficient to inaugurate the work of regenera tion, and cure in many cases. But stobborn cases often require more II will be sent, postpaid, secured from observation, for $1 per package, or 6 packages for $5. 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