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WE DO JOB WORK Ihe tlib 'cyllnilwr refused to any sounds whatever, no nintter how carefully the funnel was adjusted, and uho lliereforo concludes that tlio sounds ure purely illusive. Philadelphia Record. receive Vienna's Novol Exhibition. Vienna will havo a novel exhibition in tho winter of lb'J.VHt!, tho arrangements for which havo just been made. It Is to boa collection of all objects of interest connected with tho , which congress of Vienna In redivided Europeuftor the fall of Napoleon. It will Include portraits of tho persons who took part in tliecongress Metternich, Talleyrand, Wellingand other distinton, Castlcrcagh guished men of the timo; paintings of the chief occurrences during tho session of tho congress, and reproductions of the fashions, uniforms, court dressc.'i and furnituro of tho day, 181-M5, d Kepublican. official organ of the party in tks fourth 1.U1YE YOU VAID . Ml SUBSCRIPTIONS stand with I M " Oi' ckssional district, Tho Ropubllcnn. Pay up and onoyoarln Advnnco and wo will sond you Tho Loulsvlllo Wookly Commorclnl ono yoar freo. Subscrlbo at onco. Will show how you THIS TAG ? 1 ? VOL. Til. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER RATTLESNAKE CHARMER. Ho Tolls Into routing Inddonta of His Dangoroun Dusinoey. His Homo l In n Wild Vnlley In Uulllrnn ' Comity, Jmr Yor! Ilo I Inila Ills Strange) Oerupitlnn n l'rollt- nulc Ono. 19, 1894. PROFESSIONAL Latest U. S. Gov't Report. NO. 12. CARD. Highest of all in Leavening Power. 994oP0J!PtE bON'T ACCEPT IttlTATlOHS. thi tc.ocrcn a oams.s co, cimtu ANYWHERE! EVERYWHERE! 8UMMER EXOURBION BICYCLE in war. TICKETB .,. An English Experiment to Domon-otrat- o Its UBdIilnoo& CdesapeaKeioiSoutliwesterii A Dtatuiieit RAILROAD, To the Springs and Mountains of Virginia, To the Lakes and Woods of tho North, To the Scnshoro and tho Ocean, tit Dleht lluudreil Mllea Cot ereil In I'lfty.Tnolliiurn mid Intnty Hoi en Mlnutea rollillltlps In Ala'ny l.lnea. V, T Tho practico of bicycling 1ms Increased with such astonlslihiK rapidity us to have become one of the TO fllili THE PROMINENT RESORTS features of modern society, Tho connection of this art IN 1IIK with tho development of nn extendUNITED STATES AHD CANADA ed system of tfood roads Is obviously as vi:u. a to Tim very close, and as tlio roads of Pleasant Spots near Homo: this country are still to a jjroat the use of the GRAYSON SPRINGS, bicycle may be regarded as hero in DAWSON SPRINGS, its infancy. In tho older countries, CRITTENDEN SPRINGS, CERULEAN SPRINGS, where tho density of population l'amoua Tor Ihtlr Social, Healthful, anil Kconomlc is .inch as to make the expense of AdtauUges. building; perfect roads tolerable, biI.OCAI, SUNDAY ItXCURSION TICKETB cyclers have multiplied to such un ate on sale between all station wllhlu u extent us to far outnumber, apparf.nvtnllea. nml WItUK UNI) TICKI5T8 will tcaold loUulf ently, those who use horses. One vilic, MempliW. mid I'aducab, from fointa in satisfactory result of this new systhe vicinity of those citlc. tem for tourists promises to b( tho Rates, acliedules and nil Information regarding trip In any direction will be furnished on rehabilitation of the wayside inn; to any ugcul of the was practically Chesapeake, Ohio & Southwestern K. R. an Institution which ruined In this country by tlio decay mid nnvene tciiulriiv liooWa. jati)jililrl or any ajvetliilint matter, describing auy particular re. of the stage coach. An experiment aott or icwitU.cati procure wiuc by writing to recently tried in England shows anyol Hie following--: HOWARD JOLLY, that it is upt improbable that tho J. I. DONOVAN. 1'ata. Act , IMtikt !.... i rkVfin, art of war may receive some tnodifi-catio- n I'aM'ciii, at. usuriiia, from this new inct'iod of T. n. LYNCH. W. J. McGHIOE. Irav ran. Art., C I I a,t Aft.. ' I.OI ItMLLt, KT, Loi'itriuje, Kr. movement. A dub of cjcllsts, wlsliln; to show C. J. CRAMMER. AuLtrfnl Minlktr, what inljjht bo done In the way of Uil'lariLLi, XT carrying; dispatches tu time of wtvr, when other means of communication had broken down, asked the war to let them carry a dispatch (rfl. I.iiii Hoinhwcbii rn Hy.j from London to Ed In burgh nnd bring; TO back a reply. Tho war office, with tho usual stupidity of a government bureau, declined to havo anything TNr to do with the matter, but it was W itti ilutuuhCVrSjfiii't arranged with the Pall Mall GaIrom zette that their offices In the two cities should be used as termini. Relays of cyclists, riding In pairs to uvoid los3 of time by accident, were duly stationed, and tlio letter onco started was carried through EngNo chmitje ol tiir to r land, us tho Spectator says, like a 'mrD'AU'W &c llery cross. The weather was exiNrBJOlROirBPUI.N'lrt. tremely bad. tho rain falling in torrents and a head wind being encouni I Wo OAIIjY AIMS tered all the way to Edinburgh. Nevertho less between 10 o'clock of lliinnjifi t'liiii'lit ml a Thursday morning and 2:27 of tho C'iirriu Pulliiiati filicpcrr'. rivt'iii.n tlrf next Saturday tho dispatch was car'' Hii'l' ried to Its destination and the anfuirft Itirniini;, gnului swer brought back. Tho distance IiiiiiIj. Ami rotioliiui', tlio'nio.-- t irv of 800 miles was thus covered in 52 tt!roiii towim nml cilita in tho hours and 27 minutes, an averago of In tho very best 151 miles an hour. days of coaching the shortest time made between London and EdinYtiMiiti KAflM!NC5 LANDti. burgh was 42 hours and 23 minutes. nltuniliini y hII tlio ccitni, font am Such n result as this will open tho ciHIiiii. uiiilcsprciiilly' Httiiplcil tntlif eyes of tho war offices of the conticiiUivnii'iii ol miinll Inlts ami curl nent If not of England. It indicates that wo may presently sen bodies of vepi'tnWw. cyclists attached as orderlies to tho AlILnliui. OHAZINO I.ANS, staff of overy general. Nor Is It im- ',r,dl.'iit nitriiiiimjoiiiiiiiijj nlm st tin probablo that such a body would , ami coinjuirntixfly cIm not tako tho place, for many purcuiiro u-utt tl(! M'iU .llSlliOlS. poses, of cavalry. Tho .amo causes " wiili that lead men to sell their horses TIMIJEU LAN nliiH'et inexhaiinililo iorrt-t- ut yel ow and take to bicycles will bo operatlvo In military economy. In this pine, cypref1 ami tli Inii'l wnmlc peaceful land wo may not witness ami common to AiLum-n- t such a dovelopment of bicycling as ox-te- nt appli-cntiu- ii ti. ATOnCH. HSH When Ho Wants to Eat Ho Turns On the Light. Scientists havo recently introduced a novelty in the animal world In the shape of the llnophryno luci-fc- r, but It Is a deal easier to call It by its everyday name the torch-fisfish carrying He Is a deep-seon his noso an organ which he cau illuminate with a phosphorescent light or extinguish at pleasure. He does not uso his lantern to guide him on his pathless course in tho dark depths of ocean or enable htm to look around him, but when mealtime comes ho lights up to attract smaller fishes, which, mistaking the lantern for a phosphorescent insect, dart straight for it, only to find their way Into tho capacious jaws of llnophryno lucirer. The mode in which tho lantern is lighted nnd extinguished i.s not yet clearly understood. Nikola Tesla, the eminent electrician, Is of the opinion that If such u fish exists, and if it has the attributes credited to 11, it is very strange that neither Lord Raylcight nor Prpf. S. P. Lang-le- y lind made any mention of it in their researches. Mr. Tesla Is also of the opinion that If the phosphorescence does exist It Is not of an A WITH h. a electrical origin. G. Brown Goode, assistant secre- of-fl- co A.?2i:&iisas Hotny Texas tary of the Smithsonian institution, writes of the torchllsh: "It Is not positively known that tho organ on the nasal filament of linophrync Is luminous, although It appears probable. Tho idea that tho fish has the power of illuminating it at pleasuro is, so far as I know, purely conjectural, the idea having been suggested by Dr. Gunthcr, of the British museum. I think no one hns seriously supposed that the phosphorescence is duo to an electrical source." -- a'tt. 0t Philadelphia Press. Novel Way of Saving a Cuming Vessel. iJri.-CV- vcrtd Iiui-ter- TfJItH. Tun be procitml on rrnruiiahif and fldvantagcoue terms. All HiirnconiHTl ullli nml rtHon nloln Ih" this; but ing Post, we shall be, contented ' leads to tho Improvement roads and hostelries. N. Y. EvenIllusive Sounds. A new fad adopted It of our If Ine1icf phonographs Is the collection of cylinders that give forth musical notes Ack yoiirncuieet 'i'icket Agent fur of an odd character obtained directly maps, tune tahles, etc., and wiito to from nature, such as the song of birds, the chirp of insects, nnd even nay o tho following lor all information' you may deMro concerning the the cries of wild animals in captivity. One of the pleasures derived trip to the Great South west. from such a collection consists in i W. A. McQUOWN, submitting tho notes to others for Die't Vatf. Act., LoiiImjUIo, Ky. Recently, in searchIdentification. , E. W.LaBEAUME, ing for sounds still inoro fanciful, a 0. I'. A' Tkt. Ag St. J.0U19, Mo. young woman of Philadelphia discovered u secret of acoustics not J. A. EDSON, noted In any of the books on that 'lVxarkana, Gen'l Snpt., science and which she terms "an ip. auricular Illusion." Arranging eight sea shells of differing stee so as to T-- x. Cotton Belt Rf.uie by owners of form an octavo she expected to record the roar of the sea as heard within them first from nearby breakers and then gradually diminishing to a distant shore but though she CAN I (IHTAIrt A l'ATFNT ? r could distinctly hear the roar with proiupt Kiiawnr aJ an borcit opinion, nrlta to M US N v CO., nhoTiaTo hod iiearlTSfty 7ar something of this effect whenever oiprrionmliitho patunt baainew. CoDiiaunUja. she applied her ear to the lips of tlio tlont trl"tlr tvinftdniitlnt. A lliindliaak otln nd how to ob formation conwrnhiir I'ntrnt Alto it ratalogue of tuoohan-- Jl f tain them font and xitintlrlfl bnoka aont free, I'atcntj takun tbrounU Mann A Co. rcoMra pootAlnotleolnthohclentlllfl Amcrlran, and wldoly tbiu are brouchtInventor,bofnroiiin nubllowlth This rDlcumd rarer, pot out to tha ue.t wooklr, elegantly lllmtr.. baa by f1a tha Larsott eircul itton of any identltM work In tha world. 8:1 a year. b.mu.io corla lent f reo. liulldlnif KdHlon. monthly, (UOa year. KlDfla roptea, vt.i ccnta. livery uumba oontalm beau In oolora, and phototrapht of new tttitl vUtea, plana, enahlliif bullderi to ahnw tha houana. with n. TIWSPI! & ad m RSifiKFYFIJ AS A SUl'lVRT for exhausted, nervous, women, overworked nothing am do oh uiucli Dr. Pierce' FnvoriU tu Prescription. It reffu-latA "laughing plant" grows in Aracuul iiasUU all tho lintuml functions, never bia. It obtains its uame from tho CO., .Nxw YoiiU. aOl UU0ADWJ 1UMN conflicts with them, and effects produced by eating Its seeds, It Btrouetheua unci bullda up tho female system la Tho natives of tho district where tho a war of Its own. grows Nursing mothers and J women approaching con- - plant them todry theso seeds nnd rei powder. A small dose duce ( ' 'bbbbbbbR U .flnoment, will llnu a larnntlp fHtAil in thfdr of this powder has similar effects to noods. It lessons the pains and burdens or. .thoso arising from tho oxccsslvo use ensures healthy, vlgorpui off- of intoxicants. It causes tho most spring and promotes an abundant gocrouon sober person to dance and laugh, at nourishment on tho iart of the .mother. It' an lnvrcoratlne. restorative tonic, a with tho boisterous cxcltemont of a soothing and striiihnUuj nervine, and madman, and to rush about, cutting tho only oruaranfM remody for woman a tho most ridiculous capers,, for an chronlo Ills and ailments. If It doesn't beneafcase of ovcry tired or hour. At tho expiration of this CURES NOTHING BUT PILES, fit or euro, In tho havo her money back. sho'll flicted woman, On thw terms, can anything oUo bo "Jus! tlmo exhaustion sots In and the exCERTAIN OURB as good" for you tu buy cited person falls asleep, to wako nd A SURE known for lUy.ars the BEST You'ro offered $500, or a euro of Catarrh, after several hours with no recollecREMEDY FOR PILEO. by tbo proprietors of Dr. Hugo's Remody. tion of his antics. Phlla. Times. " IHIOT CO., ST. MCI. lYtforaa ky KICMMSOI Jn One of the most brilliant pieces of g seamanship on record, whereby the vessel, far out In the Atlantic with her cargo on fire, was saved and brought safely to port, was performed on board the American ship John Jay, commanded by Capt. Samuel Jackson. When two weeks out tho cargo was discovered to bo on fire. The captain determined upon Ills courso of action. Ho had the carpenter lowered over the rail, and instructed him to bore several holes low down by tho water line. The Vessel was then put on the other tack so that she would bo heeled over on the sldo where tho holes had been made. water shot through these c The openings, and after tho ship had been allowed to sink almost to the level of the deck, sho was put around on tho other tack again, so that tho holes came within two or three feet of the top of the water. Soveral of the sailors, with lines made fast under their arms and holding long wooden pegs and hammers, slid down along the side, steadying themselves by ropes that had been passed under the vessel and hauled taut, so that they camo alongside of the holes. Tho tapering pins were thrust Into tho openings nnd knocked tight, then tho vessel was put before the wind to get her on an even keel, and the crew turned to and pumped her out. Harper's Young People. Nitrogen Obtained from the Air. Lord Raylcigh and Prof. Ramsay havo announced tho discovery of a Nitrogen obtained new element. from the air, it was observed, has a density different from that of nitrogen obtained from other sources. Nitrogen obtained from tho atmosphere was accordingly treated with magnesium, with the result that tho nitrogen was absorbed, but a reslduo remained. This residue was tho new o clement a dense and inert gas limes heavier than hydrogen nnd fifty percent, heavier than nitrogen. Its spectrum is a single bluo lino inoro iuteiiso than tho corresponding line of nitrogen. Prof. Dewar, the gas llquefier, is skeptical as to the new element, but confesses that in liquefying nitrogen he has always found It "clouded by a white deposit." Baltimore Sun. A Laughing Plant. ocean-wreckintwen-ty-on- at tho foot of a and precipitous mountatn, near the little hamlet of Long Eddy, In Sullivan county,, N. Y., Is the homo of John 0. Goer, whose business is the charming of rattlesnakes. This eccentric Individual who lives in this Isolated spot is known throughout that part of tho country ' as "the rattlesnnko man." Though over slxtyycarn of nge, ho is ns activo almost as lie was twenty years n mountaineer, born ago, and and rcnredjln that untutored country, whonJf, people of any kind arc scarce, he' possesses a raro Intelli- - ' gence. A better insight Into his strange ' nnd dangerous business cannot be given than by tho following story, told by himself: "1 havo been in catching rattlers at tho foot of this mountain for many years. Some seasons I get from two to three hundred of them, many ot which I tame and bhlp ulivo to museums in Now York and other cities. I kill a good many nnd extract tho oil, for which I find a ready salo at from two to five dollars an ounce. The skins arc worth from one to five dollars each, according to their size and condition. "This mountain back of my house Is fairly alive with rattlesnakes; thousands of them live there In thalr lairs in the crevasses of tho rocks. One day last year I started out my house, and in two hours and a half caught twenty-twrattlers and a black snake. I caught tho snakes witli a hook or snare and put them Into u bag, In which I bring them home. Do they ever bite me? Well, sometimes, but very seldom, ns I know what a rattlesnake's bite is, and um always very careful how I liandlo them. Six or seven times they havo been too smart for me, and have sunk their fangs into my hands, but I am alivoyct, and I have an Infallible cure for the poison. Tho blte3 always leavo a scar, though, as you will see by tho back of my hand." This hand hns a number of small, deep scars, which look like a very pronounced pockmark, and these, the "rattlesnake man" declares, nrc the results of the bites he has received. Tho "infalliblo" cure which Mr. Gcer used is composed by himself. Certain It is, ho has been called upon many times to savo people who have been struck by the poison-laden faugs of rattlesnakes, and his remedy has never failed to cure. No less weird und interesting thnn the man Is his rudo log house, which is ul ways the home of from a dozen to thirty or inoro of the venomous reptiles. These are kept in boxes, and many of them are very tame, actually seeming to be fond of their master. It does not tako the old man long to subdue theso wild creatures, and ho often has them crawling about the floor whllo ho smokes hits pipe and meditates. Ho is fond of having visitors come to see his pets, though few persons can bo persuaded to enter his den of rattlers and black snakes. This amuses tho old tiiftn, as long association has taken away every vestige of fear of having them harm him, and he thinks no more of handling the reptiles than If they were playful kittens. N. Y. Time In a wild, valley rocky mi tS ABSOLUTELY PURE m THE PAINS OF MARRIAGE. AN I.NQUIKY. OW15NSHOUO, KY. Will practice his profession in Daviess and adjoining counties. Special attention given to collections. Oflico, Bunk of Commerce Building. LAWYER, J.N. It. - Jnu.H. fllrnn LAWYERS HARTFORD, KY. Will practico their profession in alt the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, nnd court of Appeals. Special attention given colfections. Also Notary Public for Ohio county. (Olliee, otrer Anderson's Baiaar.) GLENN & WEDDING, fr stationer's shop My uncle camo to a stop outside a In Oxford street. When I saw what had caught his attention I reproached myself for my thoughtlessness. "Come," said I, "tell me what you think of of representative government." "It's no good, George. You did tho sume thing at the cake shop. Do you think 1 never saw the cako shop? Since this nffalr was settled I think every shop I pas.3 reminds mo of it oven the gunsmith's. I never suspected before how entirely retail trade turned on marriage except, lidt'ltuns. the b('Cond-hnubook shops. Tho whole world seems bent d sense. Do you know, Gcorgo, I really believe there is a secret socla-t- y of tradesmen, a kind of priesthood, who get hold of our womnn-kland muddle them up with all these fancies. It's a sort of whlto magic. Havo you ever been in a draper's shop, George?" "Never." I said: "I always wait outside. "Have you ever read a ladles' I I on innrryiug. "It's queer," said lie, bo-lo- w tie while ago the thing that worried me to tho exclusion of everything else was tho Idea of being married, and now It Is so near It's entirely the getting married that upsets me. I have forgotten tho horrid conse-- i quenecs in tho horror of tho opera-- , "that a lit- - ' newspaper?" "I didn't know," said I, "that thero was any part to read. It's all advertisements; all the articles are advertisements, all tho paragraphs, the stories, tho answers to correspondents everything." "That's exactly what makes mo think tho tradesmen havo hypnotized tho sex. It may be they do it in those drapers' dens. A man spots that kind of thing at once aud drops the paper. Women go on year after year, simply worshipping a paper hoarding of that kind, and doing patiently everything thoy are told to do therein. Auyhow, It is only In this way that I can account for all theso expensivo miseries of matrimony. I can't understand a woman in full possession of her faculties deliberately exasperating tho man she has to livo with I suppose all men submit to it under protest for all these stale and stereotyped antics. Sho must be magnetized." "They aro not stale to her," I said. "Mes. Harborough "ho began. "Of course, a widow! I forgot," I said. "But sho seems so young, you know." "And puttiDg aside tho details," said my uncle with a transient dash of cheerfulness at my mistake, "I object to tho publicity of tho wholo thing. It's not nice to bring tho street arab into tho affair, to subject yourself to the impertinent con- inonr p square. M. L. Tames -- fiw.S333J.tli, JIAHTFOItl), KY. Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office east sido of public pi Hkavain. HEAVRIfi & Smanv Tayior, TAYLOR, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice thier profession in all the Courts of Ohio nnd adjoining countieB, and in tho Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office, next door to Attorneys at Law . I Bank of Hartford. o tion." "It's much the same," said I, "at! an execution." "Look at those cards." He waved his hand towards a neat array of silver and white pasteboard., " 'Jemima 8101111.' with an arrow through tho Smith, and 'Podger" written above It, and on thuoppositoi side 'Mr. and Mrs. John Podger.' That Is where it has ine, George." We went on past a display of with a card about presents in the window, past a window full of white flowers, past a carriage-builder'- s and a glove shop. "It's like death," said my uncle; "It turns up everywhere and Is just tho samo for everybody. In that cako shop there are piles and piles of cakes, from little cakes ten inches across up to or so; cakes of three hundred-weigh- t all just the same rich, uneatable, greasy stuff j and with just the same whlto sugar on top of them. I sup- pose every' day they pack off scores. It makes one think of marrying In swarms, like the gnats. I catch myself wondering sometimes if tho run of people really aro separate individuals, or only a kind of replica, without any tastes of their own. There are people who would rather not marry without one of those cakes, George. To me it seems to bo almost tho most asinine position a couple of adults can be in, to havo to buy a stouo or so of that concentrated biliousness and cut it up, or procure other people to cut it up, and send it round to other adults who would almost as soon eat arsenic. And why cake Infantile cako? Why not biscuits, or cigarettes, or chocolate? It seems to me to bo playing the fool with a solemn occasion." "You see, it is tho custom to have cake." "Well, anyhow, 1 intend to break elcc-tro-nla- to , j Perry Westerfield, i I , ( : Attorney at Law. Beaver Dam, Ky. E.D.GUFFr. Attorneys ggt gaw, XCartford. ICoaVucJcy. Will practico in all courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, Superior Court and Court of Appeals. Collections and all legal business attended to. Office 329 E. Market St. CKxffy 6s B.D.BINQO rRing-o- , gratulations and presents of every aspirant to your intimacy, to be patted on tho back in tho local newspapers as though you were going to Confound clever. do something them I It's not their affair. And I'm too old to be a blushing brldo-grooThen thluk, what am I to do, George, if that cad Hagshot sends me a present?" "It would be llko him if ho did," I said. "I fancy ho will." "I can't go and kick him," said my uncle. "Declined with thanks," I suggested, "owlug to pressure of other R: R. WEDDING Attorney at Law, Haktkoiii), Ky. Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio nnd adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Office, room 20, Hartford House. W. H. BARWRfi i&TiMiT ILL practice matter." "You shoppy, George," said my uncle, in as near an approach to a querulous tono as I havo heard from him. aro getting "You are getting married," I d, counties nnd Court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office over Carson & Co. profef w tuo courts oi unio auu eion in sll adjoining his ITmiffil UOIUUIU, j.y. T7-- mi with tho complacency of ono whoso troubles are over. "But It's a horrible nuisance, anyhow. Still, tho world grows wiser, and tho burden Is not quite so b,ad as it used to be. A hundred years hence " "I'd be willing enough to wait," said my uncle; "but I'm not the only party in this affair." Pall Mall Budget. A Jo. B. ROGERS, Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will practico his profession in the courts of Ohio aud adjoining counties. Careful attention given to all business entrusted to him, Office in Republican Building. A Product of the Striko. the custom." "So did I, but I had it all tho undo looked at me. "You see," said I, "when a woman says you must do this or that must have cake at a wedding, for instanco you must do It. It is not a caso for argument. It Is a kind of priv- -' My iioim tlmv have Costly Bed. I ' Tho "bicycle stamp." which was brought into cxlstenco In San Francisco by the recent railroad strike, is likely to be much prized by stamp collectors. For more than a fort-uigSan Francisco wns practically cut off from all railroad communication, and a bicycle mail servlco was gotteu up by tho agent of a bicyclo manufacturer between that city aud Fresno, a dlstancoof about twenty miles. It continued for four days, when the blockado was raised. Stamps and stamped envelopes were hastily designed, and several hundred printed, tho stamps being sold cents nplcce und the at twenty-fiv- e envelopes at thirty cents. Of tho three hundred and eighty letters carried three hundred and fifteen were stnmped and forty wero hent in Used specistamped envelopes. mens aro already commanding u high premium in Sail Frauclsco, tho papers of that city say, as high as tlvo dollars being paid for tho stamps, whllo tho used envelopes aro expected to bring from live to ten dollars each. N. Y. Tribuun. ht same." the catcirorlcal im would despise anyone dreadfully who did not have a really big cake from perative. You will soon learn that." Evidently the question was open. "But why do they say you must'" "Other women tell them. Thoy that shop." "But why?" rises. Is prepared to do any and all kinds "My dear uncle," said I, "you aro Whilo the music is in progress the of Dental Operations. Prices most going into matrimony. You do not lady banjoists at tho head manipushow a proper spirit." late tho strings with their fingers reasonable. Office over Williams & "The enke," said my uncle, "Is and move their heads, whllo the two Bell's Drug Store. only a type. There Is this trousseau Grecian damsels at the bottom fan business again. Why should a womThero is a tho sleeper to sleep. t an who is going to marry requlro a button at tho foot of tho cot, which, complete outfit of that sort? Then after a little pressure, brings about tho costume. Why should n sauo a cessation of tho music, if such bo healthy woman be covered up in tho desiroof the occupant. Evening A Bombay man has constructed a bedstead priced at ten thousand rupees. It has at its four corners gaudily-dresse- d four Grecian damsels thoso at tho head holding banjos, whllo thoso on tho right and left feet hold funs, Beneath the cot Is a musical box, which extends along tho wholo length of tho cot, and Is capablo of playing twelvo different charming airs. Tho music being tho moment the least prcssuro is brought to bear from tho top, which Is created by one sleeping or sitting, and ceases the moment tho Individual full-size- d J. R. PIRTLE a. DENTIST ' HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. , i- WfflRH riw.j.i.inMwi.n."" m .ii . ibsuvt child-bearin- OIHTIBENT 1 At jvkk at teat! Cures toothache In ono minute. It cures aht taik Immcdlately-D- r. Former's Golden llcllef. It cures corns and felons, and It also cures bronchitis and consumption, and tho troublo Is not to got the cures, for they follow Its use as surely as the day follows night It never disappoints but tho real difficulty Is how to tell of them without exciting; incrttluUly, And It 1 not to be wondered at, for there Is a wide chasm between "acorn" snda " pulmonary consumption." Still It Is true and Dr. Fcnner has got somehow to mileo "tho people" know It. Is Ooldcn Ileltef "ours U" 1 Well, not ezatstly. Is a veritabIt Is known to cure oira dlsoaso. ItiNrr.AUMA-tjole- speclQo In it. That disease Is It cures It wherercrfoundl Many diseases havo Inflammation for their baso. The list is long. It Include corns and consumption. Ko inflammation, no corn. No inflammation, no' consumption. Isn't this the solution! No opiates or mineral iolsons tn It. Bafo and cor-taiNever disappoints. Money refunded if satbottle horns isfaction not given. Tak t whlto gauzo llko tho confcetlpnery in a shop window when tho flics aro about? And why?" U: wns going on in quite an ng- t'alvo tone. "There Isn't a why," This sort of r aid, "for any of It." i talk always irritates a married man becaiibo it revives his own troubles. "It's just tho rule. Surely, If a wlfo is worth having she Is worth being ridiculous for? You ought to bo jolly glad you don't have to wear a fool's cap and paint your nose red. 'More precious than rubles'" "Don't," he said. "It must bo theso tradesmen," ho began bitterly, after an tutervnl. Someone must bo responsible, nnd it's just tlielr way. Do you know, Gcorgo, I sometimes fancy that they have hypnotized womankind into ti,n ludlff that all theso uncomforta- Kin tilings aro absolutely necessary as they to a valid marriage-j- ust have persuaded tlio lantuaiiy ciasa that no house Is coropleto without a big mirror over tho fireplaco nnd a bulgy sideboard, Thero la n very n strong . flavor of mesmcrlo a woman's attltudo about toward these matters, considered in sug-gestlo- Wisconsin. Railroad Building In Corsica. After going about half the between Corto and Vlzzavona, the evidences of the construction ol tlio intermediate sections of the railroad becamo apparent. Tho laborers on tho excavations for tho bridges nnd in tho heavy cuts wore many of them women, young girls and boys and all, Including the men, carried tlio dirt and stono out In baskets on their heads. By this 6low, toilsomo method Is all this work done, and it dls-tun- "?- - DENTIST. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Is prepared to de all kinds of Dental work a, reasonable prices. , appeared to me be Interminable, the contractors wero under heavy that tho work would PENNYROYAL PILLS but I was told that PARK Feiuulo Regulator, are perfectly sale aud always relia hie. For all Irregularites, painful Suppressions, they Menstruations, never fail to afloid a speedy and certain relief. NOEXPERIMENT.but a scientific nnd positiverelief , adopted All only after years of experience. orders supplied direct from our office. Price per package, 81.00, or six packages Inr $5.00, by mail post-pai- bonds to complete tho road iu tho timo contracted for, nnd that it would certainly bo accomplished. Charles II. Adams, iu the Century. I Cholly and His Surroundings. $ I "Cholly says that uext year ho Is going to a summer resort whero thero aro only men, if ho cau find d. the light of her customary common- - one." "Dear Me!" sighed the other girl. "Cholly does so lovo to bo unique," Washington Star. , EVERY PACKAGE GUAIU ANTEED. Particulars (sealed) 4e. All Correspondence btrictly Confidential. PARK REMEDY CO. Boston, Mass, , "i . TyoatobuyT,'vv I ..-- -. WWU rhooio n i.ia1i cruising .without seeing a whale, the' tlscr. . . iaaii -- -i . -- r, -,., ..Mwir-aausViwilalaUTrV- Ui'" "'T' BosAwi.K i'1"' i ', I'm . .., WfcfW. lr-"i- " . ?' -- Xi ;.. . i r .ail "' '' "' "tiaialaiasklf1 1 ' Mr. Lowis and Messrs. Montgomery prove. nud Blackburn abundantly The- former gentleman was greeted JUIILI3HEI) EVEIIY F1UUAY MOIKONO with hundreds of hearers at his four MAM A. AMUIIINO.V l'roirlrlnr. nppoiiitmcnlsiu the county, while the IMIInr. JO. II. Jt(MJi;itS crowds to hear the latter gentlemen Pa t day, Octoijrr 19, 1894. oven hero in lliu.ford, wcro sovcro At one of Mr. disappointments. Domocratio Tickot. Montgomery's appoiutmouts in the roil conarrv jiiimii:. county wo understand ho hud less than We nre authorized to nnuouncc twenty listcncrs.and ntono of tho coun-tr- y E. T, VlU.tAMS towns in which licspoko only one As the Democratic jiomiuce for Coun- -' country Democrat camo to hear him. P.lcction, ty Judged Ohio county. We cast back then into the face of November 6, 1S94. him who wrote it tho slanderous libel We nre authorized to announce against Rcpulicans nnd deuounco the John M. I.kach and As the Democratic nominee for the chargoof cowardice as a pretenso office of Assessor of Ohio county. a fraud to cover tho bting inflicted by Election, November 6, 1894. tho people irrespective of party, by giving to Jo, C. B. Blackburn tho smallest crowd over nddresscd by a Ropublican Tiokot. speaker of national reputation within Don't the limits of.tbo county. Curse your curse tho Republicans. Democratic Administration. Hartford Republican 1 i Klccllon, ov. fi. I For Conjrress John W. Lewis, of Washington county. For Appellate Judge 1). I.. D. Guffy. For Couuty Judge John P.Morton. For Sheriff Cal. P. Keown. For County Clerk D. M. Hocker. For County Attorney E. P. Neal. For Assessor N. C. Daniel. For Jailer John W. Black. For Surveyor G. S. Pitzhugh. For Coroner Galin C. Westerfield. magistrates: Hartford A. S. Aull. Rosine C. I.. Woodward. Cromwell Jont B. Wilson. Fordsville Puford Hartford I losea Shown. Rosine Thomas Allen. Cromwell R. B. Martin. Fordsville Buford constablc: It is not suflicieut to answer that "our neighbors'' decided that ques tion of right between Protection in 1802, Trade 1832 and Free on by electing Mr. Cloveloml Trade platform in the latter a Free year. ''Our neighbora"nnswcred that question iu favor of Protection in 1832 by electing Jackson. So there. Mn. BiiACKnuRK in his speech said that the 89,000,000 appropriated in bounties under the McKiuley bill to encourage the production of sugar in the UnitedState? was too much to pay for the LouisiannDemocrnts.who have heads of their own, and especially was it too much ho said, while the Democrats could buy negroes so But much cheaper in this country. bow much would be be willing to pay those LouhiaunD emocrats? and what price, pray, has the Democracy set on the negro vote of this country? Kbarae be upon the sentimeut and on him who uttered it. We learn that Judge Gufly .Republican candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals, closed n canvass of the tea counties of the 3rd Congressional District at Bowling Green The Republic last Saturday night. ans are enthusiastically for him ami ieel confident of his election. Many voters who are not Republicans aro anxious for the election of Judge Guffy ami aresupportinghim earnest If the people of ly and effectually. this Appellate District desire to elect n man to the high office in question who is able, honest and competent and who will always decide cases squarely aud who will never bo swaythey will ed by rings or cliques, vote for Judge Gully. with Mr. Blackburn's plea' of the "untrammelled voice of the people," might bo read tho followiug Al.ON(J extract from tho recent Associated J'reti dispatches from Wuehington, which indicates the financial straights of the National Democratic Congressional Committee. The dispatch says: "So serious has the situation become that Chairman Faulkner has determined to raise money, even il extraordinary efforts are resorted to. The assessment plan on Government employes will be worked in the artistic manner that avoids conflict with the civil service law, and the various State organizations in Washington will be reminded that the rc tention in the Government service for any of their number is conditional only upo n the possession of a receipt of money contributed. " The statement comes from good authority that Pension Commission er Louhrcn has a list of 50,000 old soldiers whoso pensions are to reduced within the or stopped altogether This list, it is Hpaco of a few weeks. useertcd, will be held up until ultcr the election to relievo tho Democrat-- , ic party of tho stigma of such a wholeJust such actions a? sale reduction. this otic contemplated uro in full accord with Democratic fccntiment nud thousands' of other if these, nud pensions aro not stopped or decreased it will bo through fear of consequences nnd not through nuy Democratic kind feeling for tho old soldier. And in this connection it will bo interest iug to lioto tint several old soldiers iu this county in last fow weeks have received noticesof proposed reductions In their pensions. for our English contemporary to kick against tho pricks. It is not tho fashion this year for Democratic speakers to liavo largo crowds and ho need not lay the blame Tho at tho door of Republicans. peoplo this year go to hear Republican not Democratic speeches as a comparison of tho crowds to hear useless Lb It is f ' Clovelaud took his scat tho as President, United States Treasury was so empty that had you dropped a nicklo in tho Gives the News from his Counslot it would have rattled in its empty ty Together with Some loneliness Ii'ko a bean in a barrel. Now, tho truth is, as Bhown by the Other Items. Treasury statements, thcro was iu the Treasury on March 1st, 1893 n cash llAUDINSIUmG,KY.,Oct. I5,'94. balance- of 8124 128,087.88, and Mr. While the Wilson Tariff bill Is not Cleveland's Secretary of tho Treasury all that could be desired, accoiding to gayethoout going Secretary bis re- Democratic organs nnd orators, ceipt covering that amount. they say, and seem to derive considerItem No. 2 Mr. Blackburn enid able satisfaction in so saying, "that that tho Republican party was the it was a step in the right direction." friend and father of trusts and 1110 That is to say, n protective Tartiff is nopolies and that t Joy could exist no. the right thing, for the simple whero but in Protection countries. reason that they have taken the first The truth is, as Mr. Blackburn well opportunity nfforded them to pass a knew, that trusts and monopolies aro measure that is protective iu many of not limited to countries levying a Its features. Democratic papers nnd orators, in Protective Tariff. Is not codec ou the Fieo List aud was it not on the Freo general, and the Hartford Herald In nre congratulating the List, when only a few years ago tho particular, iu this country reaped Democratic party because it has, as coffee trust its millions of dollars through combi- they say, dealt a telling blow to the week the various po We uoticedlast nation? Is not the Standard Oil Sugar Tiust They have, in fact, sitious the Democratic party has as- Company the greatest of all Trusts? dealt just the same blow at the Sugar sumed on tho Tariff question during And is it not controlled by Demo- Tniht as they have nt the Coal Trust nnd the Iron Trust That is to say the past 00 years. To him who cares crats? Are not tho Coal and Sugar they have dealt it no blow nt all. of Trusts controlled by eminent Demoto know the history of parties and Om.ii; Bukch Killed. Mr. OIlie the crats, who make, large contributions questions connected with them, But to him who to the Democratic campaign fund? Burch, of this county, living near interesting. story is Mooleyville, was killed Sunday mornpins his face and faith to the coat tail Do not trusts cxi9t iu Free Trade ing, October the 7th, by n man named of an inconsistent aud shifting party, England and lmve they not ex- Lewis Swiuk. Mr. Burch had been it brings only rebuke nud condemnaThe merest in the courts of this and Meade counisted there .for year? Beginning Iu 1832 on a plat- tyro in political nfliurs knows full well ty on several occasions before his tion. unequivocally for the truthfulness form declaring of these queries. death. He was very quarrchonie and closing 111 1892 And 110 man of ordinary intelligence nud was considered dangerous when Protection with u stntemeut as unequivocal who reads will assert otherwise save he drinkinir. The killinir occurred on for Free Trade, the party floundered desires to misrepresent the fac's. Heio the public highway and 110 one saw it belwecu these doctrines nnd these is the evidence of English authorisave the man who committed the that would ties, which u Democrat can deny. murder. Swink has been instructed dates in n manner rather appeal to one's pity than his The London Iron TradeCircnlariays: I to keep his mouth shut The partic- condemnation, it within these very "The largest amalgamation ot busi- ' ulars, therefore, can not be learned. flounderings had not been wrapped iu ness firms which has ever taken place This much however is said to be true. Swink was on his way to n great measure,the interest of the comi has beeu accomplished. Tho recoid defies the There arc eighteen cofHu manufac- I neighbors to trade a rifle and met mon country. world to equal it iu inconsistency. tures in England, Scotland nnd Ire- Burch in the road. Burch, it seems Protection In '32; virtual Free Trade land nud the whole of these have . had ou a former occasion insulted in '4O; anything to wm in ; virtual joined together in one large compa ( Swink's wife, nnd was taken to task Free Trade '48 to 'GO; no opinion in ny." What! A coffin trust, nnd for his misdeed. One word brought on another. Burch made some threats 'G4; incidental Protection in 'G8; a loin Free Trade England. I anddrew his knife, wben Swink fired j that too, cal issue in '72; begging the question , The Londou Times the greatest paper upon and killed him, iu '70; same ,80; straddle in '84; same in all England says: "The public Blanpord. Last Hon. Giias. in '88, aud Free Trade again in '92. n.n nnntintlnlll-- fionrilirvnf tlirl it illur Saturday the Hon. Mat O'Doh-it- y, of Such is the record and in its windiugs t ? of syndicates and other associations, Louisville, was to have spoken at . ... iu ana iwisuugs cuiiuui nui icuiii iuu which, like a bundle of sticks, nre this place iu the interest of the Reold rhyme which runs: powerful through combination." The publican party. The gentleman how"It wriggles in and wriggles out, London Iron nnd Steel Trade Journal ever failed to put in his appearance, Aud leaves the people in a doubt As to whether the snake that made says: "The practice of combination stating in a letter, that he was detainlaw suit. A to maintain prices in certain branches ed by an important the track Is going south or coming back." of the Euglish iron trade is extendlarge number of representative ReIt may please the Democrats of the ing. Iu Birmingham district the publicans were in town to hear him The modern Echool to plead for Freo Trade makers of carriage, cart and wagon speak and were disappointed. and todeny the constitutional power of axles recently united for the purpose Hon. Chas. Blanfonl undertook to the Government to levy a Protective of establishing an advance of twenty supply his place, and he did so accepTariff, but in so doing they read Jef- percent, and so far the alliance has tably, speaking to a crowded house. is a forcible speaker ferson, Madison, Monroe aud Jacksou succeeded iu upholding the high Mr. Blanfonl and deals in arguments ot the sledge out of the parly. But by the side of rate-.- '' But it is useless to multiply He explained clearthe editor of our English contempora- authorities to prove what every well hammer variety. ly to his audience how the Democrats ry, on the corner, these fathers of the citizen already knows to be abused ati'ljvilliuVl the rules adopted Republic aud of Democracy knew true. by Mr Reed, while Speaker of the nothing of the Constitutioual power Itlm No 3 Mr.Blnckhurn boasted House, for its government and then of the Federal Government aud noththat the Democratic is the party of adopted those same rules to govern ing of the "fundamental principles the people, relying upon the freo and the House over which Mr. Crisp of the Democratic party" nothing, voice of the people as sided. He explained their insincere-th- e simply nothing. Now the demagogery in this particular fully, source of its authority. established the fact that Tun reader can readily call to truth is that the Democratic party be- - He clearly r. the Democrats by destroying the mind the Snap Couventton held nt lieves and practices no such thing, f'l...1..n,l icn.lo,.nvl 5n n n.t.n. iprocity features of the McKinley Bowling Green last April, which nombill had injured our trade with the inated Judge Reeves forjudge of the paign in which tho office of Secretary ' nations seriously. Altogether Mr. Court of Appeals fiom this district. of State was given 03 n bribe for I Blanford made a strongspeech. Neithei will it requite any severe tax votes; in which tho Italian mission Circuit Court. Circuit Court, was promised to Van Allen iu conof his memory to briug vividly bethis term, has been devoid of any infore his mind the hearty and almost sideration ofS30.000contributed to the teresting cases. The Coutt docket, unanimous denunciations of the Dem- campaign fund; nnd in which the while larger than usual, was composSugar Trust in consideration of serocratic presshurled withforce,butwith-ou- t ed of unimportant cases. The crimcflect agaiust JudgeReevesaud his vices to be rendered and which have inal docket was also large and two combine for the fraud committed up- been rendered gave tho maguificent men were sent to the penitentiary for There is little room sum of 6400,000 in order to help the a number on this people. of years. Mr. Cicero for doubt that Judge Yost would Democratic party secure this "free Cooney was sent up lor four years on have obtained the nomination had and untrammelcd voice of the peo- a charge of forgery, to which heplead guilty. Mr. Holder, of Rockvale, fair play beeu extended him. There ple." Bahl Item No. 4 Mr. Blackburn tried was bentenced for oneyeir on a charge is no doubt whatever that he would have carried the united strength of tocouvey the idea that the Democrat-- . of burglary. A boy named Frazier his party in this end of the District ic party wa3 with the peoplo in the re- - was given one year in jail for steal-cetaxing of sugar. Tom L John-- I ing money from Mr. William Wells, before tho nominating Convention But the chicanery of the present nom son, the bright young Democrat of The following attorneys from other inee rendered Yost's nomination im- Ohio, who was so ellectually sat upon bars were present at cunereni nines Cou- lu"S the scssion- - vfz: Mr- - James He nud his henchmen re- by the recent possible. Messrs. vls, of Brandenburg: ceived such abuso from his press and vention in that State said ou the floor W.rlcigh and Robert Woods, paity as would have driven a mnn of of the House while the sugar ques- - j of Louisville; and Mr. Iv. D. Guffy, less ellrontery out of the race, aud tion was under debate: The Grand Jury at this Hartford "I was about to say that every 'of yet the rank and file of tho Demosession has been very active and has the streets of cratic party art expected to smother dog that barks in the real purposethe made searching investigations. They of capital knows that swallow former denunciaconscience, thirty-si- x imposing this sugar tax is not to give returned indictments, tions nnd vote tho ticket straight. the revenue to the Government, but j , , is n mulSHai Iarge m,niber. ou can! Has Reeves douo anything since his revenue to the boodlers. not disguise it from the people, fori Quakturly Mkktino. The first nomiuation that relieves him ot the the people know it already, that the Quarterly meeting of theM.E Church just censure so bountifully heaped purpose 01 tins sugar tax is to put South, for the Klizabethtown district, upon him last spring? Was ho right millions and millions in the pockets was held at this place last Saturday who are already millionaires! trickB nnd were tho of men 111 his execrable and Sunday. Saturday morning Dr. by robbing the people." friends of Judge Yost wrong in obBut tho Democratic Congress with Allen, the Presiding Klder, prtached interesting sermon. Saturday jecting to boing defrauded? In view of eighty majority heeded not the words' ' evening Rev. G. W. Savage delivered Reeve's record and the maunerol his of the elcqueutTom.but .1.l out body .nn excellent discourse on "Cliistian obtaining his present nomination, and soul tothebugar irust. Responsibility." Sunday morning what evidence has the people that This list of Mr. Blackburn's "misDr. Allen preached to a large and atif elected, employ like representations" he will not, and "falsehoods" tentive congregation. His text was; means on the Appcllnto bench to could bo extended indefinitely, but it "The Lord Is a Law." Sunday evencarry his points and f uther tho inter. is only necessary to show to tho thous- ing Rev. Savage again preached in csts of corporations, of which he is tho ands who were not there its general the interest of the Bieckinridge counfriend? No mnn guilty of the unde-nie- d character, while those few who were ty Bible Society. At the close of his charges laid at tho doo rot Judge there need no reminder of its unreliasermon the Society held a business Reeves by tho Democratic press is bility. meeting. Mr, B, P, Beaid is Presiworthy to sit upon tho Appellate dent, Mr, V. G. Babbage, Correspondbench, and have in his doubtful bauds RUSSELL OFF THE TRACK. ing Secretary and Mr, John P. Has-wel- l, the sacred liberties of tho peoplo. Let Sr, Treasurer. The report Wo are in receipt of tho following every thinking, conscientious nnd pa- which camo by postal card on yes- shows that $50.05 net has been retriotic Democrat ask himself whether terday's mail nnd which explains ceived from collections and books sold. The value of books 011 hand nt the he can nllord to indorso this man by itself: The close of the year was $o"s. 35. his vote nnd thus Eot tho seal of apSonoka, Ky,, Oct. 17, '94. on provals on his methods. Riii'UiiLiCAN, Please state balance to the cre4it of the society Uihtou the book account at Now York is to your readers that I was very much THAT BILL OF PARTIOU surprised last night to receive a let- $54 21. Rev. W B, Snead of the M. LARS. our candidate for Congress, I?, Church called in his appointment The Rituiimcan with becoming ter from J, T, Russell, withdrawing at this place Sunday ami he nnd his Hon. modeBty begs leave to present for tho from the race. He takes this step on congregation worshipped with the consideration of tho public tho followaccount of poor IienUh,&c not be.ing congregation of the M. IJ. Church iug ,'Bill ot Particulars" nnd asks able to make a canvass of the District. South. that it be filed and entered of record M, R. Gakmnim, Attorney Mu, W. J HiiNnnicK as a stuudi g condemnation of tho Chairman P. P, 4th, Con. Dlst Ky, In the General W, J Ilendrick with his Democratio City Hall at thl.-- place Monday. Mr, icexaiistable supplies of political bunMr, John II. Parties, Sr., died at Hendrick' coming was not known of exhibition n free combe, his home near Goshen last Sunday, until about ten o'clock Monday and recently given to nn and was buried Monday nt Goshen. his audience was fairly good under which was uncrowded houeo at Court Hall: Funeral services were conducted by the cirumstances. But of all the lame j effotts we have ever heard, that of Mr. Blackburn said that Rev. K. K. Pate. No. Item when Mr. 1893 in ROBIN HOOD - yt Hendrick' was surely the lamest. He. of simply gave the people a Senator Blackburn's speech lieie on thecal. HegotofTthe usual gag about the Unst being eniiched He at the expcnsi of the South. told several humoious anecdotes. But in this respect, nnd only in this, could his speech be regarded ns a success. His nudience was compose I nlmost entirely of line Democrats nud will result In no good whatever ns far as Dctnocintic interests in this county nte concerned. He probably gain-esome favor with his party, and that was in nil probability his only intention, ns we understand he is n cstuli-dat- e to the office which for RoniK lloou. he now holds. rc-li- nsh d 0WENSB0R0. Our Corrospondont Hoars tho CandidutoB Spoak and Gives his Opinion ol Samo. Oct. 15 For some weeks I have been in the beautiful city of Owcnsbo-ro- . Her people are truly Kcutuck-ian- s. The merchants nnd business men of the city nre up with the times. Trade is good and business generally is looking up. Work shops nre opening up nnd n few ol the idle will get employment. The County Fair was not what It should have been or what it could I hear n great deal of have been, complaint. The responsibility seem to rest on the fair company. Your scribe had the pleasure of hearing the three aCongiessional candidates speak at the Court House on 1 confess that 1 was surthe nth, enthusiasm prised at so (much among Repullcnns In Daviess county. Mr. Sebrce,the Republican candidate, was the first speaker and the applause which he received was only n sign of the woudeiful change iu National aflairs on the 6th ol November, when ; he, with many other Kcpublicins, j will be chosen to redeem our country to the and icstoie prosperity the land of the brave nnd the free He paid a great deal of attention to Ameiicau Protection; his argument for the protection of Ameiicau industry nud American 1 ibor cinnot be excelled, His review of the Republican Tntiff aud the giowth of our country under Republican rule was wonder-lu- l. y I Mnrrli. eirllliiK llcml.v After the regular business of Piess ton Morton Post, No. 4, Department of Kentucky, was finished, ntour last meeting, the next G A, R. Kucatup-mcn- l to be held in Louisville, Ky., in September, 1895, was discussed. We decided to have regular unilortus made for each member of our Post, so we shall all be ready to go to the Kach comrade is requcts-c- d to get ns many soldiers ns he can to join the order. Wc now number 54 members in good standing, As none but G. A. R. men can be in the march, it would be well for nil old soldiers not belonging to a Post to join the Preston Morton Post. No, 4. We hope to muster 200 Inline from Ohio county. It was grand to sec 25,. 000 march through the city of Pittsburg at the last ljncampment, In the presence of nt least 200,000 visitois. Let's show the world next September that Kentucky is still alive and just what kind of material we arc made of. The citizens of Louisville nre doing all In their power to make It the grandest turnout ever seen In that city, and now It is the duty of every old soldier to take a hand in the work nnd help make it a success. Tin-- IIartporii Rkpoiilican aud Herald have volunteered to do all they can 111 their lino to help us. Thcic arc many men now drawing pensions who never come ncarus or ever think of the welfare of the poor soldiers, widovs and orphans. Since our Post came in to existence we have spent $500.00 for different cause of charity. A great many say or think it costs too much to belong to the Post, nnd to these wc want to say the cost is very small not over $2 00 per year. All we want is to build up a name of charity to nil. You have a right to give and help the poor as well as to receive your pensions from the Government. A true Union or Confederate soldier doesn't feel ashamed to fall in line with his old comrades, as each thought his causi' right and just nt the time of the trouble. Both names will stand in history as brave men as long as the world stands It is the outside hater of all good things that always raises the disturbance between the brave men. As for politics it has nothing to do with our order, and we would be pleased to hear from home outside comrade on next : of saping nons soon discover that they nro temped us thoy to do wrong. Now, my littlu friends, this is n very flinull w ml; thusm illoit word in tho English language, yet it is tho hardest to lenru to say nud to say It tho most important times in our lives. Tho failure to say this littlo word "no" has been tho ruin ot many a child's whnli' lifo. It has turned tho curieut inhislifu nud caused him to whuiu his drilt uqoti tho breaker.!, littlu bark has been iliibtiod to pieccn, nud all his earthly hopes scattered Iu tho unfathomable) deed, when licked, or temped, to do what your parents havo forbidden, or whnt you know God cannot npprovo, do not wait to nrguo tho question, but say "no" without a moment's hesitation! Stick to your principle?; be decided. Never to swear; never to lie; never to touch intoxicating drinks. Po honest, be true, bu linn, bo decided. Lei this bo your motto, shining like a glowing star upon your bnnticr, nnd your lives will bo a grand and noble one nnd a eilonou mccete, nnd the world will be hotter for your having lived iu It. greit importance I'uriiy your blood, touo up the system, and regulate tho digestive' orguns by taking Hood'n &ireapurilln. Sold h) all druggists, Tno Detroit Tribune) makes a "boy"writo,u composition 011 manners at follows: "Miintiers unit iu it with musle When it kums to pinch 11 muf"lc Is what counts. Manners i" mostly fur cuinpeiiy. Ma doaut say ho: but tho only time slm yues eny uianiicrd is when thcys cumpeny. Hcexposel the Wilsoii-GortuoDill fully and plainly showed that the Manners is rite lur gurls. It doant matter weather they npecr will ur not. two years of disturbance and depression of business wasdu-- to DemoMaimers only pay for bo)s when cratic threats anil tnlstulc theys inincu pi cumin, nud y it ro apt The other two hours wr rs taken up to gel sent way from tho table ifycr up by Judge, the Populist candidate, don't act perlitu. I kuo miui.ncr. All and Dr. Clatdy, the Democratic can- yer Iniftordols tor drink yuio soop c didate. The Judge exposed the out v the eldcofyurosnuiiu and not party ftom "away back" to lull' wile the niinifter hi grate." He being an e:c- the present time. He Democrat was able to doit Hetweeu dNciieu nud tho many pitched Into the Dxtor right lively cheap piejmratiotis which arc palmed nnd seemingly somewhat got the Doc- till under the name of blood puriiicr, He made the usual take your chanco with tor's irish up. diso.no, until Populist sec:h by saying that the you can prccuro Aycr's Snrsaparilla two old parties were rotten. tho only reliable blood purifier. Doctor Clardy was next to speik Sold by all druggists ami dealers iu aud of course his first duly was to sec what the Judge had said and medicine. s Deiu-octati11 alter bringing forth a few things- - that the MOTICK. I Wast ererr Unite.) Judge had said that wcie false The SUtet interfiledman aod woman in the Whlikjr in tbr Dplnm and Doctor then piid his nltentiuti to f.ahlla to hate one of tnr book! on theie dli eaici. Addrctt 11. 51. W'oollejr. AtUula, Ua, some National affairs aud excusing Mo I SK, and one will be lent you free. his party ot all the bid government. The Doctor is a File Trader aud tells QVAHTIUUA UEPOllT us that Free Trade will give us glorious good times His speech was a Ol Villi very good one of the kind. I will close by saying return bright days of prosperity, with Republican rule, and then will America laugh when Kngland U sad. Jar. Beavar Dam DEPOSIT BANK 1894. r- Itrrhlit fur llm IIIkIiI. JJIH A. II. WIND, A Comradk. rec-M- nt Brice-Demecra- ..... Now that tho great majority of the world is at home once more from its summer outing, it is just us well to say a wore! or two that may help to make some father's life more pleasant to the children. There are far too many men abode which ho provides for wile and who are regarded almost n'tstraugers in their homes and who themselves feci that they are unwelcome, or, at least, that their presence is n restraining rather than nn enlivening influence. This sentiment either ilcivei him out to nclub or causes him to seek the seoiimon of one of the unused rooms in tho house whero hU family never intrudes. Little by little he loses ground until he finds that hisouIyiHu is U sign check iiuhesi-UtilitN'w this U nil wrong. A fither'rt heart yonrm for affection just as strongly ai tho m ither's. He would appreciate being made a companion II-- ) would enjoy peini: confident. Thoroughly Eradicated. oroful permitted to filter into the youthful '0. 1, nood A Co., Lowell, Hum "It U with pltMura tint I girt jrou the dtltlti fun nod gaycty that ceases as soon of our llttlt Mtf'i ilekntu and hr return to ai he appear. Iu fact, he wants to bo health by the u ol Ilood'a Bariaparula. She regarded as a friend, not as an ogro. wai taken down with Favar and a Bad Couah. Boys and girls, young men and Tollonlnn thli a lore eame on her rlfhl tide b maidens, bo more to your father! Pet tween the twrt lower rlbi. In a ehorl tlrat broke en the left aide. She woM take him make much of him, until ho feel pell nl tore mouth and wbea we hid tueceed-e- d t'nit in no p'ace is he so welcome or In overcoming Uile ebo would eufltr with attack) of high firer and eiiel bloody much n king as within the portals corruption. Her head wae affected and lonklif matter ouica from ber eare. After each attack ihe be- of his own home. Buciuso hois a man does not arguo and a money-make- r that he enjoys rolegnied completely to eamn worie and all treatment failed to (Its htv we began the environment of the business world. rellettnitllhad taken to uie Ilood'a Barrafiarlll. botlle waeouM aee After ilio that alio wae better. We continued until the He is quite us susceptible) to flattery bad taken three botllei. Now the look Ilk nnd feels a sen ia of loneliness when Tho Bloom of Health pte. We feel tratef nl, and cannot ti '10 sees all the brightness, all the nnd toofat nt aIn Taror ot llnod'a Bannparllln.'' much tar A. M. A hams, Inmnn, Tennetiee. wealth of affection, lavished on others. Mat. Hood'n Pills net easily, yet promptly aud Children, become acquainted with emcloutly. on ha llrer xa. bowelt Uc. your father. Make homo pleasant for Mm, and you will find him a congenial comrade, a hearty sympathi-xcrn- nd 1. a tender parent all rolled into one. Ex y. I want to haven talk with tho dren this evening. I want toiinpretH miiidii the great upon importance of being decided at once aud always. I wntit them to not hesitate n moment between right nnd wrong. I want them to learn the chil- M tho Cloao of Businoss on 18th day of Juno KKSOUUCKrf. Loans nud Discounts . . , $72,075.87 Ovctdralts, secured . . , 264,11 Overdrafts, unsecured . , 594. 30 Due from National Hanks i.i 1558 Due from State batiks nnd Hankers 45 M Hanking house nnd lot. j, 000,00 Specie 2,632.7 Currency 2,044.00 Furniture nnd Fixtures . 1,500 00 Current expenses , . . 867.12 1 - $91, '39.29 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in.itica.shf 25,000.00 'iiirpltis luiicl 8,25o.eo Undivided profits , . . . 4,204.02 Due Depositors 56,571.67 DueSfjtebanks&St'tcb'k'rs 59.00 Due National Hanks . , . 54.60 -- HoocTs is Good Makes Pure Blood Hood'sr Cures one-ha- Dam Deposit Bank, a bank located and doing business In the town of Heaver Dam, in said county,lM;ing duly sworn, says that the foregoing Is in all respects n true statement of the condition of the said bank nt the close ot business on the iStli day of June, 1894, to the best of his knowledge nnd belief; and further says that the business of said bank lias been transacted nt the location named, and not elsewhere; nnd that the above report is made in compliance with nn official notice received from the Secretary of State, designating the 18th day of June, 1894, ns the Jay on which such report shall be made. Subscribed and sworn to before me by John II. Karnes, the 20th day of IUnvan II.ouihook, June, 1894, Clerk Ohio County Court By Siu'.uiy Tayloii, D. C. J. II. Bankks, Cashier R. P, HocKKii, Director, tt County 01' Ohio J ss John II, Karnes, Cashier of Heaver Statu oi Kiwtuckv, 94,139.29 JNO. II. I. P. nAKNKS, DARNAnD, " fCranees otel: BEST FARE. D.m't commit suicide on account blood disease of your "incurablo" Tho scnsiblo thing for you to do is to take Aycr's Sarsaparilla, If thut fails, why, then keop ou trying, and it will not fail. Tim trouble is, discouraged too soon, peoplo get "Try, try, try, ngaiu," Mr, Sam E. Taylor and Miss Ragland were married at the home of the bride's father, Mr. J. W. Rag-lanRosine, Wednesday evening at 4 o'clock, Rev. W. G. Stewart They nre the ceremony. wo'rthynnd very popular young people and Tin? Rr.i'unucAN extends congratulations. d, Owensboro, Kentucky. OPPOSITE TEXAS DEPOT. -- Rate Reasonable. JST-ajBEH- j, NO LIQUORS SOLD. NO INEBRIATES KEPT. THE PATRONAGE OE ALL GOOD PEOPLE SOLICITED. JS. S. Allegro. r"lattlpi. j Prop'r. . ?! "&d.i ? -- QUAKER CITY . BAKING POWBER w . . . """ 3 1 1 Merry-go-Rou- ,( 3 Evory man having a beard should keep it un even aud natural color, and if it is not so already, use Buckingham's Dyo and appear tidy. "QtUKBitrnTV DAKtNO PowDita" le of all wo'vo found tho beet Claim a place bov thereat. Abiolutaly puns aud wAokwne, (OmU.) Of yourOroceron-r"T- ! With ten pennlca Beta eam-plHe yoar ponnlea will r pay uolaat-U-fao-tlo- n (Omfi.) If It rallurothcro will never boi Hon. cet trial's all Tboae who uae ej. O. n. 1. For aucccea will .... .... .... MMilMISiSSglfl ((.) i' W;I ttjimuiv l "" ymnmw " iuu mil aimnm j uimi i1 Ji "W u" jinrg mum umi wmuni an Cull on Pace for a good easy shave. IP 3dW' -- Several of our people attended the Giccnville Fair last week. Indigo blue, oil red, silver gray and all kinds of prints, 5 cents, nt Fair Bros. & Co's. V - & Light Wrap. A Something that will just Mrs. Matilda Kimbley, of near Beaver Dam, died Inst Saturday and was buried Sunday in the Beaver Ccme.cry. She was n highly respected lady and will be greatly missed in her community. Dr. J, S. Coleman conducted the funeral bervices. Hid. s77?. Fowler, of the time; and when the end came it was relief to her father and niotkerf sisters and brothers and friends to think she had no more sufferings to bear. Funeral services were conducted by ol the M. 15, Cundifl, Rev. B. A. Church, South, nt 3 p. in. on Wednesday, and all that was mortal of Mrs. Fannie Davis, was followed to the Barton cemetery, where it was gently laid to rest to await the Judgment day. She leaves three little boys to mou in her loss. "We miss thy kind and willing hand, The ond and earnest care; Our ho me is dark without Alice) We miss thee everwherc." R. HART COUNTY. A Grand Ovation isToridored Mi Lewis. MUMI'OKIlSVII.I.K, KV., Oct. 13, '94. Christian Ilrjoml 'iiiinirlson 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. An UMBRELLA You might as well think ol going without a hat as to wear one and have it spotted and spoiled by the fall rains. You neep an umbrel' la, something neat and Church, is doing some excellent preaching nt the Methodist Church. He is greeted every night with n crowded house, and his sermons nre Bro. clear, logical and entertaining. Fowler is n great preacher, laboring for a great cause. Dr. jTlCTiitlc left Monday for lt Nashville, where he will attend University for the next five months. Dr. Pirtlc is a young man of much ability nnd ns a Dentist has He will met with great success. graduate the first of March, 1895, and will return to Hartford to resume the practice of his profession. His many friends here will gladly welcome him back again, and all join in wishing him a pleasant time at school. Van-derbi- postered ly Are tlio good qualities Hood's b'arenpanlla. Above all it purifies tlio blond, thus strengthening tlio nerve; it regulates tlio digestive organs, invigorates tlio kidneys and liver, touca and builds up tlio cntiio syfilcm, cures .Scrofula, Dyspcphin, Get C'utnrrh, and Rheuninlisni. Hood's nnd only Hood's. nil liver ills, Hood's I'iIjI.sciiio billmusness, jaundice, indigestion, 25c. sick headache. HIS AMERICAN WIFE. What the English Chancellor of tho Exchequer Owe to Her. Vernon-IInrcouWilliam owes his career as n politician almost entirely to his wife. Lady Hnrcourt, before sho was Lady Harcourt, was a Mrs. Ives, says tho Sho is an New York World. American, tho daughter of Prof. John Lathrop Motley, tho historian nnd intimate friend of Prince When Mr. Ives died he left her a fascinating nnd wealthy widow, and sho thereupon Invested her handsome self and handsomo fortune in tho then rising politician Mr. Vernon-Harcour- t. Vcrnon-Harcouwas always a pompous person and boasted that In Ills veins ran the blood of tho Plnntngencts, nnd that how ho made it out it Is difficult to say ho had a better title to the crown of He England than Queen Victoria. was tall, handsome, witty nnd had that indefinable look of the typical English nobleman, which somehow reminds ono alwoys of a well-fe- d rt Bis,-rnar- k. rt Sir yet inexpensive. A Rain-Coa- t.. Well, a everyone rain-co- at is what Xvn Null fob- - Circuit onr. The suits recently filled iif Circuit Court are ns follows: T. II. Balmain sues Robert Plum-me- r for $125 damages for n horse kill-c- d by eating wheat. John A. Reitz & Son sue 15 C. Crowe et. nl. for $115 in notes. Same vs. W. F & I?. I). Tatum for $203, and enforcement of mortgage lien. Same vs. H. C. Crowe and wife for $100 nnd ror enforcement of lien. Jesse D. Crowe et. nl., Kxecutors, sue M. 15. Crowe for division of land. Robert Reddish sues James Gray for $63 21, ' J needs, and we don't have to argue that point. f FAIR &CO. Have all the necessaries to comfort and a host oC other things. F. W. Pirtlc sues W. A. Gray on a note for $:oo, John II. Miller suit and injunction ngainst Hiram R. Kirk, Treasurer District No. 37, tons rain h'm from collecting tax. Maddox & Leach sue John Echols et. nl., Receivers, for killing a horse. J. T. Tucker et. nl. sues Sam J. Baker for $300 damages nrising on injunction and breach of contract. Frank Campfield sues W. P. Graves et.'al. on note for $206 65. M. S. Ragland sues Ansel Wilson on a note for $368.21. B. I). Ringo sues J. M. Casebier et. nl. on a note for $500. Nancy Jones vs. J. S Dexter, Ad- ministrntor of Benjamin Dexter for $464 on account. Iti'porl 1 I ' fllip Ohio finiiilj 'lonelier' ASMM'llltlUII. FlUtlAV, OCTOIII'.R 10, 1894. Mr. R. H. Martin, Ciotmvell, was In town yesterday. On , the Second Sunday in NovemWin T?i.lr wlin rnivi n vrrv lulpr. Newest, neatest ami cheapest cloaks eatitigtalkonthc'Signsofthetimes" ber Rev. W. J. Finley will preach the funcralpf Mrs James 11 Jones nt Mt. at Fair Bros. & Co's. He gave some good points for teach Pleasant, Mrs. Jo, II Rogers, who has been confined to licr room for the past four weeks with typhoid fever, is slowly improving. Mr, Charles Lnnumnnd Mist Nettie Crowe were married nt thecourt house Monday, Dr. J, S. Coleman performing the ceremony. Mr, Fleming May and Mrss Fcma IJiilsou, two worthy colored people, wtre innrried at the Clerk's Office, Wednesday night. We Ohio County Teachers' Association met in College Hall, Saturday Oct., Our Superintendent being 13. '894. absent, Prof. O. M. Shultz very ably piesidcd over the meeting. We are in the lead. Carson &Co. The first business attended to was Chimcsettesat Fair Bros. & Go's. the election of a Secretary, then the Another lot ol hats and caps at program was rendered. The firt to respond was Prof. Carson & Co's, All tbeso distinguished qualities were too much for Mrs. Ives and sho succumbed to his Irresistible charms, and then something dreadful happened; something that threatened to ppoll tho even course of tho romance of true love. It was discovered that Harcourt had a past. A lurid Incident In his life was raked up and Mrs. Ives Bhlvered. She did not like to mlnglo her Irreproachable life with that of a man whose futuro might resemble his past. Thcro was a struggle between purity of mind and softness of heart nnd finally, fortunately for Harcourt, tho latter gained the day. Lady Harcourt has mndo a model statesman's wife. Her devotion to her husband ha3 been marvelous. She has always kept herself In tho background and entirely merged her identity In that of her lord and butler. Hon. John W. Lewis opened his campaign in Hnrt county nt this place 011 the ibt. He was greeted with a demonstration the most significant ol all Republican gatherings in Hart county since the days of her birth. The gathering early in the day of thousands of citizens 011 the streets proenttd the nppcarane of the population ofn metropolis. The Court House where the speaking was held, was long before the hour appointed, filled to overflowing with people, anxious to hear the truthful enunciations or the souudl doctrines, which the able orator and statesman, so effectually presented. It was a demonstration calculated to inspire the orator, for in nddition to the handsome mid elaborate decorations, by the ladies of the town nnd vicinity, there were people to the right of him, people to the left of him, people in front of him, who for two long hours d were held by the eloquent drippings of the truth, which so nearly concern the prosperity and happiness of every true American citi.cn, and who at intervals, by their outbursts of enthusiasm clearly indicated that his majority in Hart county is a cetainty. At the close of his masterly effort the speaker was show-eie- d with boquets and greetings innumerable, many former Democrat volunteering greetings of success nnd promises ofsupport. At Hardyvllle on the 2d the crowd was not diminished and the enthusiasm was unabated. On the 3d Horse Cave vied with their neighbors in presenting a demonstration, which was a thing or beauty. His last speech in the county was made at Bonnicville 011 the night of the 3d, though almost impromptu, was responded to by over one thousand enthusiastic citizens, who cheered his sledge hammer blows to the echo. At each and all of his appointments Mr. Lewis gave good reasons for refusing a joint discussion with Mr. Montgomery, which arc unanimously accepted by his friends and the better clement of his political enemies. With this unprecedented turn or affairs on the part ofsome orthe hench- men ol the gieat Hllzabethtown deba- ter, they will have to seek other straws at which to grab in this the greatest time of their emergency. Mr. Lewis left on the 4U1 for his home in Washington county, leaving behind him hundreds or old friends and scores of new ones, who on the 6th ot November, will slow their appreciation of his worth by their generous suffrage spell-boun- golden dawn of a brighter educationof my classmates shall be crowned with laurels, which never fade, but bloom in perennial day. Miss Clara Patterson entertained the school on last Thursday morning with a recitation. Miss Patterson understands well the art of elocution. Misses Ada and Bee Brown, are new students this week. Misses Mattie Sanderfur, Eva Morton, Stella Thomas, Bertie Nail, and Messrs, R. D. Walker, R. Collins, II. Nail, I? II. Tracy and M. Bean were visitors this week. Mrs. O. M. Shultz, after several days absence, has resumed her place in the Primary Department. Miss Bertie Morton, who 'has been sick, is again in school. Rev. Fowler, of Madisonvillc, conducted General IJx Monday morning. Rev. Teel, who is assisting in the revival here, conducted our exercises Tuesday morning. From day to day we have valuable lessons proclaimed from our rostrum. We think it would be hard to find a College equal to ours in this respect. Prof. Wm. Foster will address the Litcary societiy nt No Creek, next Friday night. We would be glad to have our school well represented. al period, when many n, BEAVER DAM. Happenings and Personals as Reported by our Regular Correspondent. Misses Dora E. Gibson and Attye Austin spent Saturday and Sunday in Hartfoid. Mrs. Judge John P. Morton nnd daughters, Misseii Berta and Lyda, Hartford, were out Sunday afternoon. Dr. J, S. Coleman preached the funeral of Mrs. Matilda Kimbley in the Baptist Church Sunday. Relatives and friends of Mr. John Barnes, Sr., attended the funeral services at Goshen Monday. Mrs. B. F. Keegan spent last week at her former home in Hopkinsville. Mr. J. R. O'Bryan and family attended Greenville Fnir last week. Mr. Owen Barber, Hodgcnsville, a former merchant of our town, made us a pleasant visit this week. Messrs. Marvin and Jesse Bean, Henry and Amos Carson spent Sunday in Beaver Dam. Miss Ella McBcath, Leitchficld, has a nice class in music here and makes two trips .weekly. Miss Fannie Barnes has been quite sick for the past two weeks. Hon. II B. Kingsolving, of Mt. Mr. J. P. McKenney, wife and Sterling; W. G. Morrow, of Paducah, and L. Robertson, of Ashland, were daughter, and Misses Margaret, Claud among the visitors on the square and Teenie Hayes attended Church in Hartford Sunday and Tuesday yesterday. Frankfort Capital. r :&. - nights. ; got what you ers, among which was Jhe necessity of a thorough preparation for the want. Carson & Co. work, nnd said that education is now Fair within the reach of all and those Fur Capes are the thing. Bros S: Co. have them. who did not grasp the opportunities that we have for preparing for life Don't fail to see our boots and will have to lake a seat in the back shoes. Carson & Co. ground. Sweet Mnne Caps latest out 25 Next on duty were Messrs. Stum, cents nt Fair Bros. & Co's. Tinsley and O. M Shultz. with the Mr. Visit Miss Sara Collins for millin- subject of Theory and Practice.. Shultz being the only one present he Carson & Co. ery goods. didn't feel like handling such an imT. O. Baker is the groccryman portant subject without assistance, Mr have always with Carson & Co. but none being given, he proceeded We sell goods cheaper master. What has endeared her chiefly to English politicians Is her wonderful tact ns a hostess. Sir William Harcourt Is a most trying husband. Ho Is in the habit of bringing people He will ransack homo to dinner. the lobbies of the house nnd come homo when parliament la In session with n wholo troop of hungry polithirty, someticians, sometimes times only two. Ills wife can never know how many. But she keeps an cxcellont cook and has a marvelous temper. Everbody Is Invariably well received and the dinners nro always good, for Sir William Is a gourmand. These wholesale hospitalities have dono much to help Sir William on in his career, but thoy havo not suc ceeded In making him popular, however much they may havo added to tho popularity of his wife. Lady Harcourt Is tho mother of a very amiable young man, who is deservedly a favorite In society for his gontlo maimers and genuine goodness of heart. His father is extremely proud of him. Unfortunately, tho young man is dcllcato and has been obliged to withdraw from the arduous lifo of politics. J Uncle Rube Peyton, n highly respected colored man of Hayti, died last Friday, and was butied Saturday in the Hayti Cemetery. He was 8 years ofnge. Mrs. Had Keown, Select, died Wednesday night and was buried nt Grten River Church yesterday evening. A large circle of friends find relatives mourn her loss. than the with the subject nnd told us that Co. cheapest. Carson & all-wo- what a teacher needs is a practical New line novelties in goods at Fair IIjos. & Co's. We have the biggest stock in town to select from. Carson & Co. Broadcloth, all shades for making capes, nt Fair Bros. & Co's. We have just received a large shipment of cloaks Carson & Co. theory and that the mere theorize? dress may "git" along for n while, but will finally be crowded out by better teachers. Mr. Stogner then volunteered to talk on the same subject, but if he touched the subject at nil we failed to note it. He merely compared the country teacher to the teacher in the high school. Prof. K. R. Ray gave a good illustration of Arithmetical signs, followed by discussions by the teachers. All being very hungry, pufeircd dinner to the further discussion of the program, so at 12:15 the House adjourned to meet nt 2 o'clock. At two o'clock the house was called to order by Chairman Shultz and the work was nsuincd. The subject, "Are we profession-- , was discussed by ally qualified," Messrs. Stum and Ray, and Miss Gibson gave her reasons lor leaching, also some of the others gave their reasons for teaching. "What have I accomplished in School Grading?" was discussed in general by the teachere present. Some cross grade while others do not. R. A. London nnd C. II. Kills were appointed to assist the Superintendent in making out a program lor the next meeting. At 4 o'clock the few present adjourned to meet at Beaver Dam. on the third Saturday in December. O. M. Snuivrz, Pres. Sam.it: Quiskniiurry, Sec'y. r J $ r Judge II. L D Guffy, candidate lor Judge of the Court or Appeals, will New Millinery, all latest shapes, respeak nt Baizetown next Wednesceived this week nt Fair Bros. & Co's day, the 24th, nt 1 o'clock, and at What do, you think? $1 25 buys a Warren's Schoolhouse at night pair of men's good boots at Fair Bros and Sunday Revs, Kerr & Co's. nndrcrryman, of the M, K Church, Ladies when you come to town will hold the first Quartely meeting on the No Creek charge at Shinkle visit our cloak department. Carson & Co. Chapel. A full attendance ol the members is expected. Any farmer can save money by meeting on the buying his boots and shoes nt Fair The first Quarterly Pleasant Ridge Circuit will be held Bros. & Co's. with the Mt. Hermon congregation Dr. E. W. Ford and wife have on Thursday and Friday, the 8th and and have taken in Hartford 9th of next month, at which time the rooms at Mrs. Hubbard's. Dr. Ford Pastor, Rev. Williams contemplates has fitted up an office over Williams beginning a protracted meeting. The & Bell's drug store. of all christian hearty people, and especially the members Quarterly Court convened Monday and has been in session until yesterol Mt Hermon Church is desired Smith was Wednesday while nt work digging day. Attorney las. A. elected Special Judge nnd presided a well nt Rosinc, a Mr. Johnson was during the term. He filled the posi-tio- n struck by the "damp," and fell unwith credit to himself and satis conscious on the bottom. Mr. II. P. faction to the litigants. Watts hastily tied a rope around his own body and lowered himsell to the Mrs. Barbour, of Louisville, who side of the prostrate man nndi tying ha 8 been spending the summer, here a rope around the latter called to, the has improved so much in health, she men nbove to draw him out. As the will prolong her stay indefinitely, body of Johnson was nbout halfway and her two charming daughters, to the top or the well it slipped Misses Margaret, and Carolyn, will through the rope, falling heavily to soon return, to the delight of many the bottom. Mr. Johnson's head friends. was seriously cut in the fall. Before Cassius Alexander, infant son of Mr. Watts could again replace the body he fell Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Spalding, who has rope nround Johnson's of his overcome and wis drawn out. Ev-e- r been extremely ill.at the home Grandfather, Dr. Wayland Alexander body was now afraid to go into Spalding hopes thuwcll to rescue Johnson and a pair is convalescent, Mrs. to return to her home of grab hooks were used in'raislng to be soon, able Louisville.' Mr. W. L. Spalding him. Doth, men were doing well in not yet recovered came down Saturday, and returned yesterday, but have Sunday. from the1 evil effects of the stroke ar-rlv- Chinese Antipathy .to the Telegraph. The two American bicyclers, Alien and Sachtlebcn, tell in the Century of their meeting with ft in tho heart of tho Chinaman flowery kingdom who electrified them by addressing them In the purest English. "Ho was ono of that party of mandarlds' sons which bad been sent over to our country soino years ago, as an experiment by tho Chlncso government, to receive a thorough American training. Wo cannot here give tho history of that experiment, as Mr. Woo related It how thoy were subsequently acoused of cutting off their queues und bccomlngdenatlonalized, how, in consequence, they wero recalled to their native land, and de graded rather than elevated, both by tho people and tho government, because they wero foreign in their sentiments nnd hnblts; nnd how, at last, they gradually began to force recognition through tho power of merit nlono. Ho had now been sent out by tho government to engineer tho extension of tlio telegraph lino to Urumtsl, for It was from feared by tho government thai tho employment of n forplgner In this capacity would only Increaso the power for evil which tho natives already attributed to this foreign InTho similarity in, tho novation. phrases telegraph polo and dry Olillimry. Tuesday night, October 9t.l1, 1R94, honvon had Inspired tho common beas the hours passed swiftly by, the lief that tho lino of poles then weary watchers around the bedside of strotchlng across tho country was responsible for tho a dear, loved one, at Leitehfield.Ky, drought. In ono night soveral miles Airs. Fannie Davis, wife or Samuel of poles wero sawed short off, by the Davis, daughter or 15 F. and S. 15. secret order of a banded conspiracy. Hocker, aged 26 years, 4 mouths nnd After sevoral decapltatloos, the 22 days, breathed her last. Sh? was a poles wero now being restored, and member or the Christian church, labelled with tho words: 'Put up by and lived a christian' lile. Her death order of tho emperor.' " had been looked for almost hourly Yankees Like "da Banan." before the time for many months Tho United States consumed ono came. She had been n sufferer or that and olgb.ty.flve diead disease, consumption, for a long bllllon,two hundred year. million bananas last Su-cho- u long-existin- g HORRID SHIPMATES. A Vessel That Has Been Invaded by Tarantulas and Scorpions. Life on board the British steamship Kennct, which arrived at this port in command of Capt. Davis, laden with logwood, Is rendered miserable by the invasion of myriads of tarantulas, scorpions and other pestiferous strangers, and It Is difficult to keep the sailors from deserting the ship on this account. These unwclcomo visitors found their way on board with a cargo of logwood, which was taken in at Port dc Palx, a small settlement In Hayti, and many nights of discomfort have been spent on board tho Kennct by both her officers nnd crew. Tarantulas by the hundreds and numberless scorpions havo been killed in , the after cabin, and so thickly was this portion of the ship populated by these nnd 'other bugs that the officers havo been unnblo to lie p below. Tho officers of the Kennct, like all sailors, are afraid of tho tarantulas and scorpions, and now that her enrgo is being discharged every effort will be made to rid tho ship of tho plague before sho sails from here. Banana-ladeships frequently bring with their cargoes n few tarantulas, but this ship is fairly olive with them. Tho only relief TllhliOR. the crew of the Kennct had on their voyage north was on tho day beforo .MT. IIi:il5IO.V. sighting the capes, whon tho cold1 Oct. 16. Rev. C. F. Williams fill-e- d weather caused their disappearance his appointment here Saturday from the decks. night and Sunday at 11 o'clock a m-As the cargo wus beiug discharged large crowd was present on Sunday, it was found to be actually alive with both scorpions and tarantulas. and a powerful nndsympatheticsermon was delivered. Kveryoiie seemed de- Tho old sailors on board tho Kennot lighted with the manner in which he say they will never ship In a logwood-laden vessel again, nnd remain so earnestly preached the way of salnow only in tho fear that desertion vation. May the blessings of proswould causa a forfeiture of tholr perity be with us during this Confer- wages. Philadelphia Press. ence year is my humble pra) er. A Family Oarrlagt. Mr. J. B. Dodson, and wife, Bell's Run, and Mrs. Elizabeth Ward, of There aro thousands of bicycle Ballard county, were the guests or riders in Buffalo, fast racors and Mr. C. V. Ward and family Sunday. fancy men, women who do their Mesdames J. A. and G. W. Bennett "century" in a day and many other visited the family or Mr. T. W. Ben- varieties of tho genus bicyclist. But so far as wo are awaro there Is only nett, near Prentis, last week. one man in Buffalo or anywhere else litMr. and Mrs. J. B. Foster and who has successfully converted hla tle son, Ney, or Hartford, attended bicyclo Into a family carriage with church here Sunday. comfortable srot3 for flvo. That is Mr Hlhert Carden and family.have Mr. Henry J. Von Scheldt, with his On setting out the returned from a visit in Daviess four boys. wheel is steadied by tho father and county. Mr. Commodore Ashley, or Stan- Johnny, tho youngest, Is lifted into his place; then Arthur Is established ley, spent a few days in this communin front of him, nnd Willie climbs to ity last week. his place In front of all. Tho father Rev. Frank Newton will preach at then tukes the saddle nnd when Bculah Church Sunday. under slow headway Henry runs Mr. C. L. Chapman, who has been after and mounts to his seat behind. cropping with Mr. J. W. Sanderfur, In this wny tho father and four has rented the farm of Mr. Will Ste- boys have ridden over five hundred vens on Rough River, nnd will move miles this season, visiting Lancaster, Tonawanda, Bellevue and other in a few days. Mr. Stevens has moved to his new house on No Creek, neighboring towns, where, as in Buffalo's parks and streets, they are and the house vacated by Mr. Chap- always much gazed at and admired. man and family will be occupied by They have never had an accident. Mr. W.ll Miller and family. Tho frame which provides the extra Blonde. eats for the children was built by Mr. Von Scheldt himself; it can betaken off In a mlnuto and a half and .ntlcolo I.oir llru replaced In three mlnutos. Buffalo I am now ready to buy a limited number of saw logs nnd will be in Express. Hartford on Monday nnd Saturday of A Bust of Hsrod tho Croat. each week alter the 15th inst. nnd The Imperial Hermltago at St. will be gl id to meet all who wish to e address is Petersburg has just been enriched contract. My historical and archaeoSulphur Springs, Ohio county, Ky. ' by a valuable viz.: Tho bust of logical relic, Herod Resp'y W. II. Moori;. ut4 tho Great, the ruler of Judea in tho days of our Saviour. This bust, says 'oIIi-IlnpriilnK. tho St. Petersburg correspondent of The golden nutunin days have tho Dublin Irish Catholic, was discome, impressing us with the truth covered some years ago In Palestine that the world is ever changing. It is by tho Russian archimandrite Anapparent on every hand that all na- thony, tho late head of tho Russian ture which was but a short time ago mission in Jerusalem, and has been a paragon of loveliness, is now fast pronounced by experts tobogonu-n- o and tho only one of Herod existlosing its beauty. All the world indiThis valuablo ing in our times. shadows or death are cating that the treasure has been bequeathed to tho r the Hermitage by tho deceased archsilently but surely creeping present year. The frailties or the ex- imandrite. ternal world directs our minds to the Her Good Day for Snakss. glories or the intellectual sphere, where from its amnranthine bowers, A young Baltimoro girl, noted for we may pluck bright jewels foranini-morta- l her beauty and gentleness, has come prominently to tho front as a snak crown. While on u visit to Haiti-mor- e We are truly proud that our College killer. county sho was attacked by a most is represented by some of the large snake in the vicinity of a pond active, and energetic students of our Sho and her youthful of water. land those that nre delving farther companions wero greatly excited, and farther into the realities of life, but sho succccdod In killing the developing many bright nnd precious snake. Tho dlsturbanco aroused truths. We arc daily impressed with other snakes, and a serpent war of the fact that the world Is placing n unusual magnttudo was the result. ToAfter tho conflict tho reptiles wero higher Mnndnrd on iducntion. day cullivnttd nuntality is. the only counted and piled. It was found twenty to the that In all, Uttlo and big, transport from the lowly snakes had been killed. Baltimore great, nnd Ave look forward to' the Sun. ! n A post-officos-e- Miss Cinda Norris, Daviess county, nnd Mary Smith, Hartford, spent Tuesday night with with Mrs. J. H. Nave and daughter. Attyr. A Call For Colored Republican League Clubs. Whrrkas, We see the great necessity or a thorough and better understanding among the Colored voters as to how to handle the Australian ballot. Therefore we ought and it is hereby requested or all colored people to meet in Mass Convention and organize Lewis Clubs, by electing a President and Vice President and send delegates to the Colored Republican League Convention which meets in Elizahethtown the first Saturday in November at 10 o'clock. By order orthe District President, G. W. Boiling. James Quen, Sec'y. Jr Or. Price's Cream Baking Powder W orld'i Fair Hlghc IIONINE. .. t Medal and Dlpltma. Mrs. Jennie MoHenry, 01 Hartford, visited Rev. J. W. Taylor last week. ug Araille Pregoff,of Louisvil!e,is Mr. R. E. Quids' family. Mr. Wood Axton was in town this week. Miss Clara Patterson gave a most excellent 'Readiug" hero last Tuesday evening in tho school house and hod an appreciative audience; sho was tho guest of Miss Annie L. Allen. Prof. Shultz, of Hartford, was ex pected here last Friday evening to deliver an educational lecture, but on account of inclement weather failed to corao. Tho first lialf term of our school has now ended aim overy one is perfectly delighted with the ' progress the students havo made this term and are enjoying one of tho best school in the county under tho management of Prof. Taylor, who is a splendid earnest worker, and with such earnestness compelled to succeed. Tho students intend to celebrate Arbor day with an appi opiate program and by planting trees in school "Campus." Byron Wedding, won in the spelling contest last Friday evening. Miss Annie L. Allen has charge of tho "Elocution" class and is teaching tho 'Melsarte"' in connection with her elocution and is making quite a success. Success to The Rupuhlioan and our party. Oct. 16. vis-ili- -- " Bitter. Sweet. I.onMvllle Ilnrm. be on sale for train No 8 Oct. 25, to Louisville and return for $3 10. good to return until train No. H. Merrick, Ag't. 7, Oct. 28. r Tickets-will The Hart lord Photo Car. the Beaver Dam Photographer, has located his Photo Car in Hartford and will make Pictures here every Saturday morning till noon in the Hartford Photo Car. Mr. Taylor will be found at his home gallery in Beaver Dam balance of the time. We are glad to say he ranks up with the ablest Photographers in work guaranthe State. First-clasteed. "When beauty conies he takes it; If there is none lie makes it." A. D. Taylor, s Notice, Ilcaver nam Rrpuhllcani. There will be a Republican Clubor- ganized at Beaver Dam on Wednesday night, October a!, and at Taylor Mines Thursday night, October 25. N. Barrass, Committeeman HleiMSt Honors Awarded World's Pair. DH WW B4K1N6 P0WDH MOST PERFECT MADE A pure Crape Cretm of Tartar Powder. IW irom Ammonia, AiumpranyouirrautHiw. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD, Lw3I--W- iJ, TT you to burl" T nMrrbtttiiThoei rV.t&MJa.'afeiaMLJMPjftvtSr: ' MMSBasaaaBKaBBtfrw r r. ,: A i "V !EX r r zssk-b&- ?&:rrit -- A" .- - -- ' -- 3Satiti'l,r Tc -- .'i. u Hartford Republican Friday, ojtouhr s; .owed) - 19, 1894 : " : Reallyl Basil Eversley (simply) The royal family has always been very good to me. TUHNIiVO ODD PKNNIfifc liuvnl board of control, established t.ontMVi Brian; Doyo Wl'O Make' Monoy In Many Curlcuo rnshlono. Srlllnf; HominlM I Iritis Ono of (l:i A Ilo- - Wlm for T'uet I'tpuiar V.'njn TIM Mini ftr'URi 11 t.Ulilff. ic ., f'4- ' THE PSYCHIC MOMENT. miis. Scene: CAUttUTiir.na-sMiTii- , 50 Jin. hash. kvkhsi,k, SO. Houtloir. in a InctniU Mr. Carruthtrt-Smith- 'i M . l mal way. (Reads). "I have told doubt only him to call upon you about twelve. (suavely) Mrs. Carruthers-SmitPlease be nice to him and say 'yes.' And now where do you mean to affectionately, Beatrice." live? Yours, Well, so she's going to be married. Basil Eversley (more bewildered) daughHow delightful! A grown-uWhore do I mean to live? ter who has not a husband is so very Yes. Mrs. Carruthers-Smittrying. What n splendid excuse It Basil Eversley (smiljug) Excuse will bo for running over to Paris for me, but I scarcely seo how that tho trousseau. Basil Eversley! I bears on the question. seem to know that name; but, of Not sec? Mrs. Carruthers-Smitcourse, Beatrice's 6et is quite dif- But as Beatrice's mother ferent from mine, and, naturally, Basil Eversley (most bewildered) her Aunt Evelyn would have tho What can it matter to Mlsi right people to meet her. I wonder ' if Tlicoret-ic.illI shall like him? not that it matMrs. Carruthers-Smitters. At any rate, I shall soon sec; nothing practically everyhe'll be here at twelve, she says. (A thing! A young wife-B- asil ring). There he is. (Takes a hasty Eversley But Miss Carrusurvey of herself in a hand-glas- s thers-Smith is not my wife. settles herself in an attitude as) Not yet, Mrs. Carruthers-Smit' Mr. Basil but she will be. Maid (announces) Eversley. Basil Eversley (starting to his Mrs. Carruthers Smith (rising feet) Will be? But I am married! graciously) How very punctual you (starting Mrs. Carruthers-Smitarel up) Married? Then what do you Basil Eversley (bowing) It is so mean by coming here, sir! What do good of you to receive me! you want with my daughter? (sitting) Mrs. Carruthers-SmitBasil Eversley I want her to Not at all pleaso sit down. of my new opera. slug the title-rol- e Basil Eversley (sitting) I bellevo , What? Mrs. Carruthers-Smithas ,that Miss Carruthers-Sinit- h You aro a professional musician? Oh! yes. Mrs. Carruthers-SmitBasil Eversley Of course. Beatrice has written tome. Then how Mrs. Carruthers-Smit' Basil (tentatively) Eversley dare you make yourself so ridiculous, Then sir? (Rinjrs.) ' (gushing) Mrs. Carruthers-SmitBasil Eversley (smiling) Excuse Oh, yes, Beatrice and I have no me, madam, but the ridicule apsecrets! Wo are more like two sis- pears to me to ters than like mother and daughter. Not anMrs. Carruthers-SmitI was married so young, you see. other word, sirl (To tho maid) Basil Eversley (politely) Yes. Show this gentleman out! London Oh, I was Black and White. Mrs. Carruthers-Smita mere girl; in fact, I had scarcely passed the limits of childhood. 'Cooking by Electricity. Basil Eversley (without sarcasm) Cooking by electricity is still Reallyl Yes, I finding favor among an increased Mrs. Carruthers-Smit- h was but you did not come hero this number of people, aud has no drawmorning to discuss me, did you? back except that it is comparatively expensive. This has been all along ,You want to talk about Beatrice tho chief drawback to the electric well? light, and for the length of time it Basil Eversley I met Miss Carruthers-Smith at Lady Branston's, has been known itsinuse has gone litpublic places. who had been good enough to ask tle beyond that Cooking by electricity has hardly me to stay with her. In com(cordially) reached that point of being Mrs. Carruthers-Smit- h mon use in'publlc places, but it bids That speaks Volumes; my sister-in-lais so particular about her fair to do ?o in the near future. The heat in the range in which coal guests. Basil Eversley (bows) Lady U used is not so intense ai the appliBranston has nlways been most ance through which the electric current passes, and the latter Is also kind to me; she has taken great interest in me, and I shall owe every- more readily controlled.noThen there soiling of is no raking rf nsllcs, thing to her. coal-dusand no hot (smiling) the hands with Mrs. Carruthers-Smitto lift and burn the finOh, I don't know! there is a great-dea-l stove lids gers. Then the intensity of the in fate, and I have nc doubt regulated for the different you would have mMjeatrico else- heat is viands at pleasure. The popularity where. cooking in this manner will after .but of Perhaps Basil 27versley awhile appeal to those who live in ..jDov.oly under circumstances which small flats, where in the summer would have made it impossible for timo the kitchen aud the dining-roome to speak to her so freely. I should may be with comfort one and never havo' dared Carruthers-SmitAhl the same room. Hardware. Mrs. that's a mistake a man should Artificial Whalebone. h p h h y, h h h h . h h h , h h w t, h m h solicitors? Basil Eversley (startled) My so"Dear Mother" It Is very absurd of licitors? Colcraft and Hudson, of Beatrice to Insist on addressing 1110 Lincoln's Inn; but in that way. It does not so much Mine are Mrs. Carruthers-Smitmatter in a letter, but I have so rinnlkln, of Ludgate Hill they can often told her I wished her to call arrange matters between them. We young mothers me dearest. RealBasil Eversley (amazed) with elderly daughters owe so much ly Ifor inventto Mrs. Hodgson-BurneA mere Mrs. Carruthers-Smiting that name for us. (Roads). "Dear matter of form, my dear Basil. Of Mother A friend of initio will call course, I know that if you are in n Mr. Basil Lady Branston's set it is all right. on you Eversley. He has something to ask Still, for Beatrlco's trustees, you see youl" Dear, dear, how dellciously theso llttlo formalities must be fulthe child isl Fancy filled. sending her lover to mo In this forBasil Eversley (bewildered) No Mrs. CarruthcrH-Stnith 'Morning Ooicn Heading a letter, Mr. Carrutlurs-Smit- How Mrs. Curruthers Smith charming! And so Heat rice -- Miss Carruthers-Smit- h Basil Evor.-h- y cannot fill to delight them. Her beauty, her voice, her talent Yes; now Mrs. Carruthers-Smittell me one must go Into these little details, you know who are your h from Thihou- - Tallin (rends) bullet that kllloil Gen. Reynolds?" asked an old veteran of a youngster who kept a relic stand on the battlefield of Get "Hnvoyoutho h tt - h tysburg. "No, sir," was tho reply, "we sold for n further threo years, and after tho last 0110 yesterday, but we can a final examination become officers. In addition to the two academics hnveyou 0110 by Many a boy living near one of tjio there aro schools of navigation, of great battlefields obtains a living by marine engineering and for torpedo hunting relics. Having shnrp eyes, instruction at ho is generally fortunate enough to Dock yurd:i have been established pick up some remains of the "grrat nt Shanghai, Canton, Foochoo, fight," which he either sells to a Port Arthur, and arsenals ut Focchooniid dealer or directly to visitors. Ouo boy, not long ago, nt GettysThe test of all this new system has burg, found a wrist bone, with a come In the present war, for It is bayonet plunged through It, which the first timo that the men have ho sold for twenty-fivdollars. Anfought under educated native offother, on the field of Waterloo, icers, and it will show how much of found two bullets imbedded each all this scheme Is real, or whether Other, tho ono French, tho other China is to add 0110 more to '.ho long English. They had evidently mel in list of her defeats. Harper's midair and woro valued very highly. ('full, ('.ml. Travelers who have spent any have sold my iutciest in the nmong the natives of Australia time mid Mostly C0.1l vow that the boys of that country JohifeouUi.il and have o: tied ll.u.k to Albeit nrotlier earn money In the most curious way co.--.l hank on the farm of J. W. Keeks, ever heard of. In soino parts of the three miles cast t town. Send me country fishing Is quite an Industry. youi orders and I will guarantee you Among other things caught arc '00.! coal. N.'(t.M.A(ittlt. crabs nnd crawfish. But instead of catching them in I or.S11 nets as wo do, boys art! employed, .vtty one limiting to buy a cheap and this is the method; A boy wades out where the crabs aro thick. farm with a jiovl young orchard of Thrusting his foot out, ho gives tjo heating trees, a line lot white oak prominence to his big toe, which, and poplar timber, shouM call on or wagging about in an enticing manwrite me. The farm is on the Rochner, he uses as bait. ester and Heaver Dam read near In n short time he gets n bite, and Cool Spring Church. I will sell quickly drawing up his leg ho breaks low. J. A. Moors, off the crab's foolers and throws I'icntis, Kv. them into n basket which Is slung over his shoulder. Kur Mill- ir Item. Every now and then a deep sea A lioiist; and K: on Dog Street, In visitor strays into the crnb settlement, and, seeing the tempting bait, joj1 coudittou. C ill on or nddress lays hold of it. Then there issues John J. MiHinry, Hartford, Ky.M tf from the owner of that bait an untin You .Nci'il Stops? earthly yell, and nil the boys como We have with U3 tor a tliort lime running out to stare, entirely rethe linn gardless of the crabs hanging to the It.L ICiifls ifcCo.,rrpm-or-itCo , puhlMicrt' several parts of their anatomy, and 't lliniil, McXhIIv leaving tho boy with a "blto" to of the liimnus louse r.ml nllioo battle with the unwelcome catch as umjiA Kvt-rjnimer, imrchnut, lawbest ho can. yer nnii doctor tln.iiM Lave tliTi useChinese urchins, In sonio parts of the empire, plot; up odd coins in a ful llCIJllbltit)!) in Ih liotuo. TllffO vi'ting men live in our own State nnd still moro curious and yet somewhat similar manner. On rainy days, They nine highly ircomnionileil. when a lady chances to come to a will lake gifiit picture in tdiiiwing muddy place and does not wish to you the work in rnir Iwnto;- - with soil her shoes; she beckons to an ineei too i.iw to inci'tinn. 10 (it urchin who will, if ho is in tho business, drop down in front of lux, makDr. Price's Cream Bakluc Powder ing a temporary stone on which the World's Pair Highest Awcrd. lady reaches dry land again. COST IS tCUTITT, BUTIKJUillTr. The remuneration received for this '1 ft is so small that It would hardly tempt a Now York "dock rat." "Everyone of u?," wild a woman who had spent soins timent Atlantic City, "knows what an uncomfortable feeflnglt is to have a shoe lace como CRE&M untied. Equally well doe. she know what an exertion it is to stoop and tie it. "Ono day while strolling on the . FOR 20 YEARS board walk and jostled by the crowd. Has lod ail Worm Rcmedlos. I suddenly felt my shoestring ome EVERY BOHLE GUARANTEED. untied. Looking uround for a conSOLD EVERYWHERE. venient place to sit down, I noticed tnttnt if RinuiDMi iiDirm ni.. ht. mm. a blight youngster and beckoned for him to como to mo nnd tie It. "Being unable to find anything t piece, I gave less than a him that for his trouble. Instead of , showing the least surprise or Tluli-TslTlen-Tsle 111 1 - requirement?! of tho service. There tiro two naval academies, ouo nt Foochoo, the other nt Tien-TsiThe entering ago of tho is from thirteen to twenty years, nnd tho course extends over fivo years. It embraces the study of English and the regular sdcnllfic studies pertaining to the naval profession, Tho cadets then go to sea can-dlda- nt Peking. At Inst accounts thcro was no fixed limit to tho nflloora and men, tho number being regulated by the n. to THE BEST BLOOD 1,1,1:, SOllI'.litll.lt I.N sr. I.OIU.H A MlV. I, f ,o.ii, 'll.. It. II r IM'il. wFsriH.ir.vi'. I.t I oiil-rll- lf piii, luiit. 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NO KXl'KimiUNT hut a Fcientific rt'il psitivu te!ici,tu!mtcil All utily ntter enre oi oxpciienee. ordels ciipplird direct liom our ofpackage or fice. 1'iiro 2.00 per three packages lor So 00 by iniiil tumuli. ! lunl. 1 A'lviee fico. ?'2 injur,; diruu Driipitiif, ly I,, t'liiMHi, "T I'ueknprs SI mitl Tin; O.vros Co , llu-liii- II m Ho , r III llliltll-- ! . if ..!.... f III u- - i v .'iiimi i i t w..LLl.LaJii'lt"'a"t i 3-- f AJf iliKA C 3 :;- B - ,J tlkc"i' jj .( 2 1 fc r,ttftc WJ TVCIl i, jMn. I 111)0-iMKN- J. Al il iUUUUU " l'J'T II it It i f .! r.ntL. ,,l 'I'"13 f" Allclhru ntctuti. K Cirv "' i Uk'jliiUU L H 'JI. r ' ,,ul" l'u ,nrcipiu!i.o. miiiti ;t 'iiii ,i 'i'M r vni Vl w ti hi to. imii:u'iii ivuui mJ I i i l', N,? i Dyspcps'.i, Kidney and Liver!' TrouWcs, C N'cui ilgla, Coristipatlon, Had IUockI p ;.tsl.iri;i, Nervoti-- i ailmciiU t- - Wn-l'.n'-- lMrtfllll'lt,. It,.. . eiiik,..a. II I.,. rrn4a..1 l f i iHTvtoit V.DLMIWU "" tJ"'-lt- ce. v (.twiiiii'y r;, tf . (ee:i!cil) 'J cents. All correspondence dential. nl:niil. mul purlieu-liir- s Cnrcful ynnable. lU.tiintiUiiiU.U.iinHC.ir.iJ()l) UniUoiiI, Ky. rm"Vw-rrr mmm I' I AA - Got: iiiiV our prices on JK. etiictly confi- xy()c l)V,rL, R0. elaowlieic. U.1 UMEUK IT? 1'ARK REMEDY CO., Huston, Mom. h'rKrKMJa&HfMkSft ixik UNOER J fTM1 - YrfliEinaUGUlQ IMLNcBIhto rui.iiv- - ut.an ww tt iut Jt CnEEII 0USIKESS CCLI.EGE. tSOUTUERN NOKMA1. SCHOOL BSWLiita I Hnrllitr'i'rcac jimMaiut Hot I AituHt U'nrl, Thjrsatl!aIr.tijTrjlnlncS-.hootollheSitliTcwhm', Micnl'f., sr.o CUle Kcepltiff. TrlfCi'phr. T(r - Courf. Mcilc, ,it, anJ l.locution ptoldjJ, Frcil'tico S.'. Wiim? W'rliiiiK, uuij ist. r tyle, U ol IxjitJ ami tuition. Jxnl lot can enter at I (cr I'cnmanihip i w . liot,-li.ir- C.ThGo-Oair?- f f jo mmmWS: BOu'LIKS CFiEEil rfyuoaUca Csuns tlpi'. ami anit i'TVJO CEPAnATC SCHOOLS -- f ONE MANAGEMENT.-SOU tmm i ;:ohcnl, , 4tA. lUH" ar.y I'uplli lir caulosuc. C;iUa,1. Ai4rc:i I caUIoiiic, CHCSUV um DHOS., trcn, V7rl!us Qrtoo, Ey. t (Ja'ions Tenia and Ife? l ierve ' C02S3.S) is ..Hartford -- QUICKLY CUKK Ocn'i & Hcrvoas Debiliiy Spinal TO SIiK TIIK- A xr&l&lz v W a Esiwj'i:5, Ikcrr.thiii. tic. . I'rrl'.-l- llcjiivriiiiiinx tlir VII"! I nr-utr- t linrri.vlnc .Vrrtnili t'liinr. nil.i llir .Viiilillli.n ni Vint Hi mul HitCOURAGE OF MANHOOD; l.rslnrln to Dnli'ililol. i:nrrtll il, iltliMllxliil, Dim lliilli'it. hi 4t i tl-- 'niiil.'!i-l- i mill I'rruni-iii'iill.- ill-i- ll .Urn llllll tVolnc.i Peifsct L'o:istitii;J:.r! Its eMm rdinrv itj-c- ll i.lii-.'-.- Pcvr- - WHITE'S VIMUEMI ten-cen- grati-tute- however, he, In a very business-like manner, took out 11 five-cepleoa and gave it to mc as change, remarking meanwhile that 'ho made a dollar or so every day that way." Boston Herald 1 1 1. nt TIs dare. Basil Eversley You are very kind! I had scarcely hoped that you h would That I Mrs. Carruthers-Smitshould take things so easily? Did you expect me to bo the conventional, storn parent? That is so terribly vlcux-jei- i nowadays. Besides, would probably do exactly as she chose without me, and what is tho use of impairing one's digestion and damaging one's complexion for a foregone conclusion? Basil Eversley Then I may understand that you havo no objections, Mrs. Carruthers-Smith- ? None Mrs. Carruthers - Smith whatever. Only, of course, I should like to hear a few details. Basil Eversley Naturally! To begin with, it is to bo on tho twenty-fourt- h of next month. (laughing) Mrs. Carruthers-SmitWhat! Have you settled the day? Basil Eversley Certainly; subject, of course, to an unforeseen h Bo-atri- co A German has invented a means making artificial whalebone. Tho material is leather soaked for two or three days in sulphate of potassium, and then stretched on a frame, slowly dried and exposed to a high temperature. It is afterwards put under heavy pressure with tho result that it becomes hard mid elastic. of A Study of Cats Eyes. Mr. Lindsay Johnson, after examining tho eyes of 0110 hundred and eighty domestic cats, as well as those of all tho accessible wild members of the family, concludes that the natural shapo of the cat's pupil is circular, though under various degrees of light it assumes every shapo from the circle to a straight vertical line. Whistling for Digestion. postponement. Mrs, Carrutlicrs-SmitHow perfectly delicious you arel You arrange everything, and then dutifully como and ask my consent! of next month But tho twenty-fourt- h barely six weeks from now? My dear Mr. Eversley, it is absolutely impossible, Basil Eversley (anxiously)- h "Whistling for half an hour after meals Is," cays Mrs. Alico Shaw, of whistling fame, "tho best posslblo aid to digestion. Try it, slender-throate- d sisters, and profit bv my experience." she adds. The Gcer of tho World. weak-cheste- " I. Statistics have been compiled at Vicnua of thoquantltyof beer drank GerIn 1893 in tho entire world. many heads tho list with 1,202,132,-07- 4 gallons, an incrcasoof ai,000,-00- 0 over 1892, tho consumption being thirtytheco gallons per head, gallons in ranging from sixty-tw- o Bavaria to twelve gallons In Loth-ringeGreat Brituln second, 1,103,752,000 gallons, or thirty per head. America, including tho wholo of tho western hemisphere, is third with moro than 1,000,000,000 gallons, or sixteen per head. Tho total for the world, not Including Aslaand Africa, Is 4,500,000,000 gallons, requiring 7,270,000 ton3 of malt and 82,000 tons of hops. A Five THE CHINESE NAVY. Her Effective Ships Wore Built In European Yards. China has long recognized tho necessity of a navy, and her licet of s was, before tho introduction of Eurppean-buil- t ships of war, very extensive, but her experience in the "opium war" with Great Britain led her to suspect that possibly these vessels of venerable design were not all she Imagined them to be; but events move slowly in twenty-fiv- e China, and years elapsed before that suspicion became a certainty and she could bring herself to believe that her war-junwere worthless. In 1G07 uud In 1S(J3 some gunboats wore built for her in England, and a few in her own ports, hut they were all small, and it was not until 1872 that n:i,400tnn wooden frigate, constructed of Chinese labor under foreign direction, was launched at Shanghai. Since then a number of composite and one steel vessels have been turned out by the Chinese dock yurds, the three largest of them being 2,500 tons displacement, the bulanco of less than 1,800 tons; so that her really effective ships, viz., five armored, four prowar-junkto-da- y Mmt h A L?ir. T ' iii, T iiiuneilMltly it is taken On this .Pint the evidence ol those who have t.ktn It i uni-o'tand positnc. They tny thrv can fcl thccfTcct ft evtrv ioc tloinj; Ntlutu good II is a jMiwcrlul nerve tonic, in partinp il irstom tnc influence Uut ugh the tiieitium ol the nervous sj stent to evtiy oijjan aud tiyntp in the ludv. It iiinkchhut little difference whether the conftitu-tioua- l vigor has bcr u undermined by ticnieihsin.se. ovttwoik, vr etrl.iiu iiii.'ehievous inilientnn; or whc'li-c- r the broken down condition iscalled by one name or jo Ionjc as there is neivous exhaustion, cneial or local weakre.s fo lot as enervation aud debility are the type of the ailment thus is the remedy. iiinnid.'-t-s t iitvi-uratinjr rnratinc jiowcr SPRING OPENING 0 F- - Field's carol JUiirgies jusi; from the Davis CaiTiago Ctiupany. C. L. lie will kivp you MONIIY HurtieNS hy IhiMtig from HIM. IJiMeruiiil Whipftoni liun Will fCO TV THOSE WHO SUPF.UU the results of over mental or physical cxeition, hardsdiip.cxposure, hidden diains, caprice, or who have brought upon themselves a ftrics ol afflictions by ij;r.or.iutly or willully violating nature's laws, will find in from CiVTON'S VlTAWZr.H AND NlIRVItTtlN- - ?ell you a Uiil'K.v, 00 s. up to 7.r.00. in Cincinnati. The Davin Curriage Company the reputaany Factory tion of building the best lluy for the iinniey ol i?:;j Mi :ii Hit, tfirOld Pictures Copied unil IZnlnrpcd SPECIALTY. 108J Main Street. So como and j ud jro for yourself. j t7t6 on Fvsanno, h) deterioration, progressive physical and restores the cutecbled energies to their natural vigor. tlie remedy for their certain irlief It speedily removes all tvi'tencea of IC I J I STU: 33. jlVEjOHES. II.MITKili:!), Ki:.VTl.'l'KV, SoiM? mi mm e charge. Will make cartlul eetinintca mi nil kind ol hiiililiui', iitul rt'inod-- h ninl Jiiittn "Lis-o'd lioiitc?. let live." I'llllllc Mionl.lll, The followiii,' U a list ol appoint-iiient- u lor the county camlidatcd as agrrfil upon hy tlietliireient coniuiit-tce- fl Tliey will speak at the lullowiiig limeauuii places in the mouth id Oc-lole- Will (luuv diullfi fiiun n nice, ncnt cok) cuttue up to it line two story il t il w plmiB lire ol ill Iioiim'. t: or mental energies, coulusion of ideas, lack of sell confidence, irritability of temper, melancholy, cowardice, weak- ness of the ktuis and back, iialnita- tion of the Heart, drauuinir uaiu in the loins, lieadnche, irritation of the kidneys nnd bladder milky urine, pernicious nnd hidden wastes, resulting in a failure of the mental and physical powers, constituting an impediment to micccss and unfitting him or hct for the duties aud responsibilities ol life, it is tho remedy for excellence. A single package vill be sufficient to inaugurate the work of regeneration, ami cine in many eases. Out stobborn cases olten require more. It will be sent, postpaid, secured from ooservation, for$i per package, or 6 packages for $5, Address all order3 to any weakness of the vital organs, nervousness, prostration of tlie plnsical WHENEVER THERE 13 iu is is ft3 nf7 n j wmw if TQTISZ ccra U W gS4&i S (j AND tr, 'is i . Wf iJ H .'.i tsi tilt iii siiiiit ONEYEAR d dress all orders to ' HAUTF01U9 REPU2UACAN. Hnrtord, T7!j;.if a 7:t:irJ? tected and thirteen partially protected vessels, wore furnished by European ship yards. On January 1, 1880, tho ships of war, which up to that time lmd been attached to provinces, under tho orders of tho viceroys, were, by imperial decree, merged into u national navy, and under the. direction, of a 1 Deailfficld at niylit (hli. FnrtU villi Saiuidiiy, Sliicvc Monilay, 2LM. Oliitnii Tueiduy, 'J.'M. All day EiieaKiLgs to hejjin at one o'clock, promptly. G, H. I.IKKNS, Cli'iu'ii Dcin. Com. CATON MED. CO 1. , Boston, Mass, Kentucky 2SLt9&9m K3H2ra.cBtIjSa3Li2sa. , E. 1). Guky, sffiMM Hwinapuiai ill'SI I I Mrs. Carruthers-SmitPerfectly, Her clothes could never be ready In time. Basil Eversley Oh, I nssuro you the simplest things will do. Mrs.Carruthcrs-SmltOf course. But even simplicity takes time to h h n. Ch'm'n 15cp. Coin. J. P. .Mim.i:ii, C'l.m'ii PP lt - ' f ' I ., ' r, fMtJJ' ' " carry out its inspirations. Basil Eversley (uppealingly) Ohl but don't you think something might bo managed? Mrs. Carruthers Coyghs zmd Colds, Soro Throat, Lronchitis, Weak Lungs,' Ocnoral Debility and all foraiH of Umacialion nro upcedily cured by Hi- - Smith (indulgently) Well-w- o'll sec. But it will boa terrlblo rush; only Beatrlco Is tremendously strong, sho can stand so that sort of thing. She t highly-strunas I am. ' Basil Eversley (with satisfaction) I am glud to hear you say so. I wns'ufrald, at times, sho was n little delicate, and the nervous strain will be very great. Thcro will be royalty present, you see-- Mrs. Carruthers-Smit(much img h O'clock Ton Cup. The latest design in a cupnud saucer for the fivo o'clock tea of con- Scott's Emulsion Consumptives olwaya find great relief by taking it, nntl consumption is often cured. No other nourishment rentorcs strength so quickly and effectively. aro mado strong nnd robust by Scott'ti liiuulsion when other forms of food socm to do Ihnnr no goovl whatever. Tlio only genuino .Scott's Hmuliou i.j put up in sJ.mon-colore- d wrapper. Kefino olica; subititutcul StuJJorpampihl 011 Seott'i llmvliion, rEE, Soott & Bowno, U. Y. All Drusslsto. SO oonta and $1. .1 O. stantly growing popularity is re- i , -- ' ' - . if pressed) Royalty? Basil Eversley (simply) Yes; wo shall not exactly havo a pit of kings, but w.e shall havo tho next best thing prluces galore. (a little Mrs. Carruthers-Smith markably coin union t for tho purpose. Tim saucer Is really a compromise but ween tho old shallow receptacle fir tho cup aud a little plate, ll is oblong, uud will hold nt 0110 end a bit of cake, a wafer, or tho bread and butter, whichever may bo served with the tea. Here's a Lightning Change Artist. In one niinulo tho polypus can change Its form one hundred times. M-rT- -- Weak Babies and Thin Children are manufacturers of Burjfjios, Carts Surries and Carriages, and deal directly with Our prices aje reas tho consumer, thus sa vinrj Mm ihe per cent, usually paid to middlemen. We Will 2LmJLG, i.'nn ZX.yM onable, and we guarantee satisfaction. Respectfully, ' F. A. AMES 2c CO. Oweriiboro, Ky. Sirif rr'- , - - wwr- . nap wtaiwfflftyW'j --- " 11 (iinl in -