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IN TBS FOtTfiTB COKGECSSIONAL DISTRICT. 3ES.i3aca.. Tho Ropubllcan. Pay up and onovearln Advance and we will sond you Tho Louisville Wookly Commorclal ono year froo. Subscribe at once. stand with in HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1894. will-mafi- a j NO. 15. , thi & 99 iiii i oo PIRE bON'T ACCEPT IMITATIONS. oam:.c co, cintl .SUMMER EXOUR8ION ,,,. TICKETS ? flhli r x. !!. ANYWHERE! EVERYWHERE! A STAMP COLLECTOR. Loulu Lovlson and Hlo Gollootion of Postago Statnpo. It It la rrnnonnrril Hern CHtsapake,()llo48oullwe$iGn To the Springs and Mountains of Virginia, to tho Lakes and Woods or tho North, To tho Spashoro and tho Oooan, TO hXilroad, IN liy Kiprrta Wlio Hare to Iln the Flnrat In tho United Htatea-- A Kecent Addition. i THE PROMINENT TUB N RESORTS UNITED STATES Al WELL At INDdNADA TO TUB Pleasant Spots liear Home: GRAYSON BPKlNOi, DAWSON BPSINOS, OBITTXirSXN SPRINGS, CERULEAN SPRINGS, yi I.OCAI, STJNBAYBXCUnSIONTICKBTS arc on .ale between all stationi witbiu a dl- l nc of fifty mile, and WRItK END TICKKTS will beaold Mtmptiln. ana I'ailucati, from point, la the vicinity of thote cltlea. Sale, Khnlulea ami all Information rrganllnr a trtp In any direction will be furnished ou foLouia-Xvtll- Pamoui for thrtrBocUl, Healthful, ami Kconomlc Advantages. r to any agent of the appli-catio- n & Southwestern R. R. aud any one requiring look., parnphlcta or any aiheillilng matter, tlctcrlhlug any particular or teorti,caii ptocute aitne by writing to auyol the following) J. T. DONOVAN. HOWARD JOLLY, riUVCAU, KT, T. 0. LYNCH. C I t'.u A(t , UilUIILLI, T. G. Chesapeake, Ohio ru.iITkk,tAct.. UUlikl Fim. A(t , marHii, Tiav, XT. W.J.McBRIDE. Tl. r,u. Aft. LOCMTILL, i.MMMIIEIt. Aul. On 1 Maotgtr. Lori.TILU, ST. Cotton Belt Route (St. Louis .South wetUrn Ry.) Arkansas, Texas THE ONLY LINE Willi through Car Service horn TO ii Cnrrini! to iiuk aiis CuhcIhh iiih No clitino til Car In OK .XTEKMEDITK POINTS. JVo .Daily lliriiiili ' Piillmuti Sleepers TntveiMiii: lit fin t jhirmfcig, griuiuu itiul iimlio hinds. 4tAinl rcituliiiiK ilieiiiii pr portiti ti)iii ninl uiiicr in the Great . 9oiniTO3&t. YeiMn. cum an t il- I'AH.MLNU LANDS. HitiuiiTnnt y nil the ee:tN, cotton. iiinlcfpcei:!ly miiilcl cultivutiun til Hiiall lr.iils iiml curly nt I f veuutithles'. Texas. GRAZING LAM)?. intsliinijje timing nliinM the entire year, ami conipHiatively cIoch to the jjreat matkulH. TIMBER LANDS. Covered uilli nlmoet,iiit'xliiii;ti')le fort.-l-f til jelmw pine, cyprtb" ami the liunl woorl. oiiiiiiid to ArkiiiiMn1 itiul Kttcien -Aiihrdiu-excelle- Cm i he procured cm rcnroiinhlf' ami atlvimtnceiiux terunt. 1 Cotton Belt R ute Aik your uearort Ticket Agent tm tnitps, Hint! tables, etc., and write tti any of tlio following lor all iiiiorinit-tm- n you may desire concerning the trip tt) the Great South went. W. A. .McQUQWN, Din't Paw. Agt., Lnuifqille, Ky 1 ll llncaroiiin'ft Mill! unit linr ,'laon nlc t In lliri in-l- f w '' Louis Levlflon, tho jwssessor of whnt Is proiinuuccd by nil who liavo had tho felicity of viewing It the finest collection of postage! stamps in the United .States, to now sojourning in this city at the Palace hotel, says the San Francisco Call. He is a gentleman of mature years, uud mtikes the collection of postage stamps tho diversion of his leisure, just us others go in for pictures, jewels, entertainments or any oilier hobby. Of lato lie lias been traveling about considerably, and wherever lie stops ho makes the rounds of tho stamp dealers and frequently picks up a few varieties for his album, but does not hesitate to buy good stamps if ho can secure them at what lie considers reasonable rates. During his stay In this city, for instance, ho has purchased in tho neighborhood of one thousand dollars' worth of stamps, among which were but Cwo that ho did not possess. Both of theso ho bought at bargain prices. They were a pink 2Jd of British Columbia, imperforated, of 1801, and a 2d of Western Australia, which by mistake has been printed in violet, the color of the Cd. It is said that but one sheet of one hundred of theso stamps were thus printed when tho error was discovered and corrected. For tho first mentioned ho paid thirty-liv- e dollars nnd for tho latter forty dollars. Each Is catalogued for ono hundred dollars, but tho seller was unaware of their real value. Mr. Levison said he had never beforo seen cither of these stamps in any collection during fourteen years of philatelic experience. Since the local collectors they havo heard of his "pick-up- " ore exceedingly wroth at themselves over their stupidity in overlooking these prizes. With the lapso of years his printed album became so crowded and unsightly that he had special books prepared for his collection, which now includes also entire envelopes, postal cards, wrappers and letter sheets. His adheslvo stamps aro contained in three albums, one for tho western hemisphere, one for Europe and one for Asia, Africa and Australia. Ills envelopes and wrappers fill two albums and his postal cards four. He also has a special album for Russian rural stamps. He estimates that he has in tho thouneighborhood of twenty-fiv- e sand varieties of stamps, envelopes, wrappers and postal cards in his collection. Their vuluo he places at about fifty thousand dollars. Tho mention of a few facts regarding it will givo a fair Idea of it. In confederate local or provisional stamps ho has no less than thirty-fiv- e, ranging in price from ten to ono hundred and fifty dollars, and aggregating about two thousand dollars. His Russian rural stamps, mostly old issues, number about six hundred, and are worth an aggregate sum of fifteen hundred dollars. Then ho has, so far as he can remember, about two hundred stamps worth fifty dollars or more each. When ho left Europo ho did nob bring his stamps with him, but had them shipped later by express, with an insurauco on them of thirty thousand dollars. They aro now in safo deposit vaults in New York city. The Odda Too Great. A good story is told on a prominent gentlemen of this city who had on several occasions been a candidate beforo the pcoplo for ofTiclul honors. Tho gentleman is a smart politician and knows how to secure votes, or, at all events, ho has been, E W.LaBEATJME. G. P. & 'Ikl. Agt., St. Louis, Mo J. A. EDON, Gcn'l Supt., Tt'xnrkana, Tx I it I miTAIK A PATENT f For a antwer and an honc.t opinion, writs to C't., patent it In tho who liaya liad nearly ihy J oars' ajporlenos Lmlneu. rommunlai. tlonf.trlctlyoonndentUI. A Ilniiilhuokof in. formation oonemme 1'nlenla and how to oh tain thorn sent frev. Alio a catalotrueof toochaa Jcal and aetontltto book, .ant froo. l'atent. taken. tbronxh Alunn & Co. racelra tpactal notion In th Hcjontllle Ainerlean, and thua ara brought widely twrnralhc publlowlth out coat to the Inrcntor, Thl. aplahdld papar. jaMed weekly, oleaantly llltutrated. haa by far tha work la tha laniMt nirculatlnn of anraei-ntlO- a world.. S3 a year. Sample eoplaa aant frae. ulldlni Udltlon. monihly, tiJU a year. Hlntla optsa,U.oenta. Krery nuubar contain. heau ttfal platea, la colon, and photosrapba of law bou.ee, with plana, enabllnr bnllderi to kow tbe Jata.tdA.lrn. and saeura eootracta. Addrei. MUH.N k COn Mxir Touk. atil Buoalwat. M II N N DToninf. CAN successful at tho polls. However, on ono occasion tho prominent gentleman admits to having met a smarter man. Tho latter approached him on election day with the statement that if ho hnd some whisky ho could vote a man for him. Tho candidate gave up half a dollar in compliance. Latter in tho day, meeting tho smarter man again, tho candidate .greeted him with: WITHIN THE IiEACIl of every woman health and strength. Thoy'ro brought to you by Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. Tako this medicine, and there's a safe nnd certain cure for all tho chronio weaknesses, tie- rangements, and diseases peculiar Will buna up, to mo sex. j strengthen, and Invigorate every BflA "rundown" or dellcnte woman. BB& It regulates and assists all tha natural functions, never conflicts I m with them, hnd Is perfectly harm-- I '83 'n miy condition of tbe femals y"ceTNsystem. At some period In ber life, a f n j: inj woman requires a general, aa well It 1 as uterine, tonic and nervlno. 11 I If you're n tired or afflicted woman, you can And no other reraody that's pttaranfml. If tbo "Prescription " ever falls to benefit or euro, you have your money bock. 3r TABLER'SDII buckeye A aURK riuu: OINTMENT BUT PILES. D laaV I U - iCUBES NOTHING and OIRTAIH OUKK linnuinfnr ISvaara aitha BEST REMEDY for FILES. SOLD HY AI.I. DKVOOIOTS. PrniridtrKCnillECS VXD CO..BT. L0UI3. i ., aal .. laata. i aro willing to make this promise; If we can't cure your Catarrh, no matter bow bad SO0 la cash." your case It, we'll pay you 11 So small Is tho chance of failure, with Dr. Sage's Catarrh Ilemetly, that Its proprietor fine fries in They ens. PROFESSIONAL CARD. supposo you voted your due season, f Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Always keep a flock tof guineas to "No," came the response. "Tho watch out for hawks ami other intruother fellow had a quart of whisky ders. 7 and voted me." Washington DemoOWENSBORO, ky. Shade is an i mportalit considcra-tto, crat. Will prnclico his profession in Daviess for fowls of all ages and condiand adjoining counties. Specinl at' The Pope'a Monument. tions just now. tention given to collections. Office, Never buy stunted trees from the Bank of Commerce Building. One of tho most celebrated Roman sculptures has now almost completed nursery, and then do not stunt them T. N.H. Wedtlla Jns.N.UImn, w tho sepulchral monument for tho in the orchard. pope, ordered by himself. It is of Soap wash or lime wash is ol great & WEDDING, GLENN 3C Carrara marble. On tho cover of benefit in helping orchard trees to T j A x x x tho sarcophagus lies a lion, with ono shed the old bark. iT k. paw on tho papal tiara. On tho HARTFORD, KY. The breaking Oi hteifers to milk A DESPERATE BEMEDY. I Miss Ayton (after a pause) 1 right is the statuo of Faith,' holding should b; done- by very careful (Office, orer Amler.on'a Bataar.l and lu ono hand the Holy Scriptures and Will practico their profession in aU really can't make up my mind. I in tho other a torch. On th left Is level headed person, jft the courts of Ohio and ndioininc enti Scene: Mrs. Bertram's boudoir. wJsh you would advise me. You can raise goodf milch cows if tho statue Truth, holding tho arms of Mrs. Bertram But, Ethel, If you ties, and court of Appeals. Special Mrs. Bertram. Enter, Miss Ayton. tho pope. Under the lion, on the you like, and thus save yourself the don't like my suggestions, what can attention given collections. Also Good morning, Mrs. Bertram Notary Public for Ohio county. faco of the tomb, is a Latin inscriptrouble of hunting them up. I do. dear. tion in largo black lottors. London Whistle for the cows when about Miss Ayton I don't know, but Miss Ayton (kissing her) I am so News.. them iu place ol the doga and you will glud you are alone, I want you to you must help me; I Insist, Mrs. Bertram If you aro really j advise, mo. I am In a terrible fix. get more milk and bulttr. Kentucky Baptist says: Mrs. Bertram (cheerfully) Yes, as absolutely Indifferent as you say, It is not best to grow garden truck Il.iynesvllle Rev. J. N. Jnrna-g.u- i, 1 think you had better AW toss up; assisted by C. II. Philips, closed to many years on the same ground. dear; what is It? heads Capt. D'Arcy, tails Mr. Mont- -' Miss Ayton I a protracted meeting at Zbn Baptist It tends to invite disease. Mrs. Bertram Come", Ethel, out eagle, IIAKTl'OHD, KY. Do not be so careless as to allow j Miss Ayton Oh, no, that would church on Thursday evening, Oct. 25, Will practice his profession in Ohio with it, tt can't be very dreadful. be wrong; it would be gambling. 1.S94 The meeting resulted in twenty-fiv- e bees to get water from the horse nnd and adjoining counties, and court of Miss Ayton Capt. D'Arcy I Mrs. Bertram Not a bit, my Appeals. Special attention given to additions to the church, seventeen cattle ttough. Take a small clean (pauses). ' Mrs. Bertram Proposed to you dear; desperate difficulties require collections. Office east side of public by baptism. The church was greatly grocery box without a cover and set desperate remedies. But, as you square. Large congregations at it on a empty hive in the middle of last night, I saw him revived. object to tossing, let us radio them. ' Miss Ayton (blushing furiously) night with good results are not to be apiary. Keep water for the bees in it Miss Ayton (after a pause) Very M. L. Hkavrin. coulcj youl how horrid of SiiKinv Tayi.or. measured by the additions; there nre and if it leaks a little they will like Oh! how well, I'll write the names and you ! you. other tilings that are gratifying to it all the better. shall draw. HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, Mrs. Bertram (unabashed) LeadIt is recommended to dip the fin- -' ing the church and pastor. Our pastor, (Miss Ayton writes on two slips of you towards tho conservatory gers in vasoline or a little grease.just with a Bro. Jarnagan, did the preaching. sort of death or glory look on paper and Mrs. Bertram draws ono of them). His sermons were plain, forcible nnd before starting to work among the his face. HARTFORD, KY. Mrs. Bertram Capt. D'Arcy. I full ol Gospel truth, and we believe bees, and the fingers will be kept Miss Ayton (relieved) Oh, was Will practice thier profession in all congratulate him. the meeting will be n blessing to all clean of propolis, which at this time that all? Miss Ayton Capt. D'Arcy, very the Courts oi Ohio nnd adjoining Mrs. Bertram I don't know, was who come under its influence, Bro. of the year has a way ol sticking to well. Thank you so much, dear. I counties, nnd in tho Court ot ApSpecial attention given to Jarnasan's talk to the converts at the everthing. When going back to re- It? don't know what 1 should havo dono peals. Miss Ayton He did propose. Office, next door to close of the meeting delighted the plenish the smoker dip the fingers dear. (Miss collections. without you. Good-byMrs. Bertram Well, there is Bank ot Hartford. and the stains will bekeptolT. large auiieri'e present. Our beloved nothing very terrible in that; he Is Ayton drops the other slip Into tho Kerosene emulsion can most easily quite eligible, your father won't obwaste paper basket and goes out). and greatly alflicted Bro. Rev. J. S. Mrs. Bertram (to herself) I hope Tnylor was with us nnd enjoyed the be applied to destroy lice and prevent ject, in fact, I congratulate Perry Westerfield, meeting. To God be all the Glory. the attacts of the born fly by using Miss Ayton Don't; it Isn't that. they will bo happy. It seems rather a risk, but what could I do? I wonthe sprayer mixtures to fruit trees, j Mrs. Bertraiii Oh, then, I know; TIip t'litlier TrlPRrnni said no, and now you want to der if she really didn't caro which. A hand sprayer is most convenient, I almost wish it had been tho other Beaveb Dam, Ky. at aud with a nozzle a very small quanAnother of the good stories told say yes. the expense of the "ciphertelegram" tity will be sufficient, whereas by ' Miss Ayton That would be quite one. (Reflectively picks tho other slip out of the basket and reads it). B. D. DUFFY. B. D. RINQ0 of the modern business world came hand and spong application the work easy; it is much worse than that. I Both Capt. D'Arcy I Gr-uffMrs. Bertram Then whut on Capt. D'Arcy 6S I2l3a.ero. up the other day. will lequire much more liquid, and earth is It? Mlnxl London Block and White. A city broker, whose home is in take much more time. I Miss Ayton Mr. Monteagle. HER PROGRESS. New Jersey, was- obliged by illness to (Pauses.) ITairtford.. aCeafraclcy. Vt inter I'nalilona. lose a dav from his business, so he Lovely Will practice iu all courts of Ohio Mrs. Bcrtrni Took you down to Tha Trace Which France Has ImThe winter or December number of supper, well? sent word to his clerk at the office to posed on Other Nations. and adjoining counties, Superior ' let him know by the telegram some "Toilettes" a name dear to the heart Court nnd Court of Appeals. Miss Ayton He proposed, too. ColFrance has left traces of herself ot of all ladie), has just been receivMrs. Bertram They both prothing of the day's transactions. physical traces, we may almost say, lections and all legal business attendposed and you accepted the wrong which cannot bo effaced In every ed to. Office 329 E. Market St. The hours wore on but no telegram ed; this issue closes up in glowing colnation of Continental Europe, and appeared and the broker began to be ors the 14th volume and the year one. Miss Ayton No. I accepted them in every continent of tho world; nnd mystified, not to say provoked, at the 1894. It is a suberb number, with R. R. WEDDING unaccountable negligence ol his faith-fu- l over 172 elegant fnshion illustrations, both; at least, I didn't say no to hor victories in art, in sclenco and in letters aro as widespread as tho either of them. clerk. The telegram office was a a large four page supplement in a Mrs. Bertram Then you must say march of hpr arms has been, says mile from his home, and there was color, and an extra supno to one or both of them now; it is London World. If other nations aro Hartford, Ky. nothing to be done but to wait for plement of new sleeves, a short artivery simple. not always as prompt in acknowlWill practice his profession in all cle on Evening of Costumes, the messenger, who didn't come. Miss Ayton It Isn't at all simple, edging this. multiform greatness as the courts ot Ohio and adjoining which this number contains a large it is very difficult. Next morning the unhappy suburbthey might be, tho reason perhaps is counties. Also Notary Public. 31rs. Bertram Very Office, room 20, Hartford House. difficult? that France anticipates them In payanite stopped ou his way to the sta- assortment;the beginningof a dictionWhat Is difficult? ing to herself tho tributes which tion to uakc inquiries at tlie tele- ary of French words, with their proMiss Ayton To refuse one of they would willingly pay to her, and nunciation; berides well written artigraph office for hislnissing telegram them. that they can add nothing to her The operator was an old town go.sip, cles 011 Paris and New York fashions. Mrs. Bertram Goodness gracious, magnificent confessions of her own Although we understand this mag- dear! You with an interest in everybody's affairs can't marry them both. greatness exceptabut slightly qualiazine has the largest circulation of and greeted his visitor in a neighborMiss Ayton Of courso hot. I fied echo ot them. As regards tho any fashion journal in America, the don't want to. ly fashion. celebrations of last week, it Is not Hartford, Ky. "Good morning, sirl All well, I low price charge for it is marvelous: Mrs. Bertrand Then tho questiou necessary to look at them very critpractice ically. 20 cents for a single copy, or $1. sorer is, which? hope?" WILL courts of his profeseion in all Ohio and adjoining Miss Ayton Yes. A nation, as an individual, is wise " Yes, all right. I say, didnH you j ear. It is sold by all news dealers. Mrs. Bertram You aro qulto sure which can npw and then unbend into counties and Court of Appeals. SpecPublished by Toilettes Publishing Co., gtt a telegram for me yesterday?" attention given to collections. It may bo objected ttiat ial Office 3'ou don't like ono of them better folly. "Telegram for you? Let me sec. 126 West I3n St., N. Y. City. over Carson & Co. than the other. France, in colebrntlng tho cenWhy, yes; I believe I did. but 1 Miss Ayton I don't know. That tenary to the rcpubllo, was celTeitclipm JtrelliiR couldn't make nothing out of it, sol ebrating a century of her his01 Rockport Magisterial District will is where tho trouble Is. didn't think 'twas worth while to s Mrs. Bertram lam afraid I can't tory of which wero be held at Ccralvo.Saturday, Nov. 17, send it upj" N. Y. Tribune. help you much, to mo they seem so spent under monarchies of ono Welcome address, J. C Bar1894: only very much alike. form or another, and nard. Respouse, H. II. Davis. Punllim'H Thlal d Miss Ayton Oh, how can you say under republican instituHARTFORD, KY. We offer one hundred dollars re- ishment in school, how it should be so; they are quito different. tions. It was on September 22, Will practice his profession in tho ward lor any case of catarrh that can- used, C. Igleheart, G. T. Tinsley, J. Mrs. Bertram Ah, yes, I forgot; 1792, that tho Abbe Gregolre procourts of Ohio and adjoining countiei. one parts his hair in the middle, and posed in the convention, the aboli- Careful attention given to all business not he cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Ham Barnes tmd Miss Florence Newtion of royalty, the proclamation of entrusted to him, Offico in RepubK.J, CiiR.sriV'&Co , Props., Toledo, O ton. The benefit of penmanship and tho other doesn't. Miss Ayton I do wIbIi you the republic, and the discarding of lican Building. how to teach it, M. P. Kimbly and A. We the undersigned, have known wouldn't go on liko that; it's very the Christian calendar for a chronolM. Smith. Reproduction of "An InK. J. Cheney for the last 15 years,and unkind, when I want you to help ogy dating from tho year ono of the dian Story"in prose, Miss Dana CarI clieve him perfectly honorable in all me. If you know them as well as I republic, ono and Indivisible. It business transactions and finacially ter. do, you would seo at once that no would seem as if tho organizers of Noon The value of Civil Governable to carry out any obligation 3 two men ever were moro unlike. tho foto had In part gone back to tho ment and how to teach it, II. H. They are of quito distinct types. made by their firm. new calendar, and substituted for Mrs. Bertram Well, that ought tho year 1892 Anno Domini the 100th Wkst &TRUAX,Wholesnle Druggists, Davis, L. B. Loney and Miss Lee School incentives, Wallace to simplify matters considerably. year of the republic. Toledo, O. Waldino, Kinnan & Chinn. The removal ot the cross from tho Kawson, J. H. Wood and Miss Myrtle Surely you know which typo you Makvin, Wholesale Druggists, TolePantheon, In which tho president Rowe. Will training, G. T. Tinsley, prefer? do, O. Miss Ayton Yes, yes, I do in and his mlnlstors celebrated tho Hall's CatirrlrCure is taken inter- J. C. Hamad and P. II. Ross. Comic (pauses). day, wus something in the spirit of the abstract, of course declamation, M. P. Kimbley. nally, acting directly upon the blood But somehow, In a husband, thero the Abbe Grcgoire's resolution. Aa We hope that all the teachers will and.mucous surtaces of the system. aro so many other things to con- -' tho reign of Charles II. began, acPrice, 75c. per bottle. Sold by all make a careful study of the work asaider. I want to tako a practical cording to official chronologo, on the dtuggist. Testimonials" free. 15 tm signed nnd make the day as pleas- view of tho matter. Do help mel day ot the execution of Charles I., ant and interesting as possible. The HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Mrs. Bertram Well, dear, by all and as in the royalist school books pupils are cordially invited to attend. means let us be practical. Lot mo of Franco, Gen. Bonaparto was deI'roKrnniiue Is prepared to do any and all kinds The teachers of. Buford Mrgisterial Mr. Montcaglo must havo scribed as an eminent soldier who see. II. H.Davis, ) , of Dental Operations, Prices moat District will meet at Bells Run Church quite one thousand pounds a year, commanded the armies of Louis Com. J.C.Baun'ard, raasonable. Office over Williams & J while Capt. XVIII., so thero aro partisans of and expectations. J. H. Wood, the third Saturday in November w ith D'Arcy can only havo four or fivo the divine right of tho republic who Bell's Drug Store. the following programme: Mr. R T. Moseley left Wednesday hundred besides his pay, till his consider it to have existed do jure Welcome Address Muggie RichMiss Ayton Don't bo so h'orrid. under tho restoration, the monarchy with his family for Webster county, ardson. Responce A. S. Bennett They ignore Bourbons where they will make their future As if that muttered. What I want suppressed. How to secure the of the and Bonapartes as completely as home. We icgrtt very much to lose to know is, which of their temperathe patrons J. L. Elmore. To what ments Is best suited to mine? Now, courtly history lgnorod the prosuch citizens as Air. Moseley, but extent shall the maps, charts and Is very devoted to me, tectorate in England and thcconsul-at- e wish for him and his family a pleas- Capt. D'Arcy and cmplro in France. and all that, and I rather liko him; globes be used Alney Tanner and I. ant home in Webster. but I am not euro that he is qulto C. Hoover. Essay Miss Mallie A Feline Somnambulist. serious enough about things in genMental culture A. S. Beneral. He strikes mo as being a litA somnambulistic Angora cat Is nett anil Willie Canon. Recitation ho never seems' tle too easy-gointho strango possession of a German-tow- n Is MiiSes Alice Bowman and Maggie In earnest about anything. family. Tho cat, which Is a Richardson. Mrs. Bertram Yet ho looked very very valuablo animal, dovclopcd a Noon. Reading circle work J. L. mucli in earnest last night. tendenoy a fow months ago to walk Elmore, Instructor. School ManageMiss Ayton Mr. Monteagle has abroad at night, a dissipation that OFFICE OVER RED FRONT ment from page 80 to- - page 157, ininoro depth of character, I think. had previously boon entirely foreign Is prepared to do all kinds ol L And he lias such high ideals about to tho nature of that most aristoclusive. Kolk Lore from page 109 to Dental work at reasonable prices. llfo nnd, ah things (vaguelwomen page 218. cratic feline. Jt would go out in tha y)back yard and fratcrnizo with t'nriiiHtirt Onrtlrn Xolc Mrs. Bertram Yes. Then accept Toms and Marias that held Put the poultry house in or near A wonder fill nmt. him by all means. nightly serenades thore. Every efstato of civilization aa ours, the orchard. In such a PENNYROYAL PILLS Miss Ayton Oh, but I'm not suro fort ot the family to keep tho cat at Female Regulator, Don't try to make a cheap job of whore merit la sure to be acknowledged, that ho Isn't too serious. Besides, homo failed. Ono night about two PARK la it a wonder tho factory of Dr. I'm afraid lio's rather a radical In are perfectly sale and always relia putting out the orchard, weeks ago tho man ot tho house Fcnner is worked to ita fullest capacity Whatever kindol chickcasyou have to supply tha medicines that are called, somo ways, nnd you know we have ' watched tho cat as tt lay asleep on ble. For all Irrcgularites, painful Suppressions, tbty its dainty cushion in tho parlor. Menstruations, give them thoughtful care. after such acknowledgements aa the olways been so conservative. Mrs. Bertram If you aro going Suddenly tho cat arose and started never fail to afloid a speedy and cerfollowing1 coma to bo known: Wm. It is pleasant to theoriz: with Farquay, Stevens Station, Ind., writes: to take politics Into consideration, I for the door. The man caught the tain relief. NO EXPERIMENT.but poultry, but practice pays best. " Dr. Fenner's Kidney and Backaohe ahould advlso you to marry Capt. animal and shook it roughly. Tho a scientific and positiverelief.adopted The poultry house should be ventCure haa cured a man hero with kidney D'Aroy. I should think that ho cat scrambled aboutand screamed as nnltr mCtnr vnnra nf OTr prionon. AU ilated day nnd night at all times. and bladder disease whom tho beat would adopt your views, whatever a human somnambulist would do, orders supplied direct from our ok up. Ha la now flee. Price per package, $1.00, or When it rains sufficiently put out physicians had given regarded here they are. and afterward lay trembling violentwell and sound. It la something for quickly nude pasture. Ayton But I like n man to ly. Several times since tho cat has aix packages tor $5.00, by mail post- Miss a moat wonderful event. Hla medlolnea been caught in tho same way, and, paid. EVEUX 1'AUK.AUUliUAlV. Plant a plum thicket for the chickaro all good and give great aatlsfao-tlon.- " have somo opinions of his own. s, Equally certain in female Mrs. Bertram (yawnlng( Then, 1 each timo showed conclusively that JS.NTEED. Particulars (sealed) 4, ens to run, in. It will be good for Conl-identirheumatism, blqod diseases, as I said beforo, marry Mr. Mont-eugl- c. it was a Philadelphia All Correepondeuco strictly CO. both, a , etc FARE REMEDY heart headaches, dropsy, 'I r Inquirer.. Boston, Um, Arrangeo raise some late chick- - Guaranteed to aatisfy or money reaTbottla funded. Take homo '"Veil, man?" T n rM! LAWYER,' r. X7VF T-- f ABSOLUTELY PURB i I PB1Y JT n Attorneys et Law e, Attorney at Law. y t' Attorneys gt aw, V Attorney at Law, ' soft-pleasi- l W. H. BARNES imamr at m I two-third- Jo. B. ROGERS, Attorney at Law, one-thir- yi J. R. PIRTLE tt ' DENTIST II. 8- V 99118' Per-guso- n. r DENTIST. WJ 1 lo I .0 7 u al. slccp-walkt- r. dla-)ase- I " 0 to-da- ) i-,l-i- .& TA nJluaail .at. .,.... 1, .rw. K"l, . "I1 I l(llyrV ? Mil !" M ' t . !3 i Jw Hartford Bepublican dUBLIBUED EVERY FRIDAY MORNINCI NAM A. AKDKRNON t- - HERE STANDS OLD .kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkbkkkkkkkkklEk KENTUCKY-SH- E IS OURS Brad-lo- y f -- f JO. II. KCKir.lt,' l'roprlctor. 9, 1894. Killlor. Friday, Novijmuer Don't rend this. Our Chairman on tho Spoaking. uaaBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBTaaw "He delivered the goods." Where is the "debater at." Montgomery the "debater." Congressman Lewis, ing. good morn- Get out of tbo way nud let Mr. Bradley pass. Empty stomachs pants did it Tuesdy's election. As n "neck and neck" racer er is yet to bo equaled. Hook- and patched , .- - "A mark of decay," the result of fBK. " JwRaBsasaV. .atKeatsV. f v Bw 'nflr ,V9r9SwWtfrwSS .SSfSlty.'cjJt S!rfSKi?S!fcfcatfSjSMMH.F SM ' aaSlsSaStfcijSSSjSjSJSOSSSeSSjrjjSj-S- BaaaaaaaaaraaW Who would have thought it would be so nearly unanimous. " ''''''sSBSFir saaaaaaWSaTrrtf'lpT'' 'rr"T?C-3BBr- S What is the matter with Bradley and the Republican party? We have met the enemy and instead of our bring "tbeir'u" they are Tuesday's Election Congress. Appellate Judge. g, j in Ohio County Clerk. ff fe Conuty by Precincts, Sheriff. Assessor. g. O Wn." Three cheers for John W. Lewis, the next Congressman from the old County Judge County Attorney. g n Coroner. Surveyor. Jailer. Fourth. PRKCINCTS. : "8 B. re-- I s ' 116 128 80 112 92 62 165 98 139 99 72 155 51 124 Steve May repeats motion of unanimous. Scott's two years ago to make it Col. is Kast Hartlord . West Hartford. Beda What ails the Democrats they were beaten game last Saturday. that own Sulphur Springs at their So far as heard from Texas, Daviess and county Hayti, alone of all the regions on earth, went Democratic. Magan Rosine . . . . 186 Beaver Dam . . 126 116 McHenry . . 138 Centertown . . 38 Smallhouse Cromwell 150 80 Select Horse Branch . .. 126 .... ... ... ,.)'' ' 3 10 121 81 2 89 4 3 169 4 134! 12 iSSt 4 1381 12 1141 3 139I 133 113 501 o J 3 i " 23 5 18 118 77 131 112 I 8 K 3 ? g f . , a. . g. , ? I3 14 3 17 114 : 2. a G. f 8 . 17 3 17 27 g 1 J 123 112 123 81 g g p . . ' 116 & 2, 117J 121 81 108 64 8S 64 97 99 157 102 132 102 1811 77I 74 165J 1181 148 90 116 62 28 165 103 48, 135, 31, i86 73 '5 158 129 5 102 49I 1381 16 3 78 87 66 166 99 5 I3 185 73 130 151 103 "7 135J 129 115 63J 26 165 48 134 76 90 IS 4 17 J '3 7 129 89 161 12S 184 123 "5 61 94 102 74 157 92 99 74l 156) 57, 3' 33 68 15 83 no 34 49 66 47 6 00 391 1561 791 1281 Cool At the same rate, if Ellis had made two more speeches in the county, John W. Black would have carried it by 1,000. Boys, we must not crow over the victory, for we are acquainted with all the terrors and heartaches of oft frequented Salt River. Miss Josie Duke telegraphs that she was defeated for as School Superintendent of the county in the mountains by a Republican. Rockport Fordsville Shreve Aetnaville Buford Springs.. .... ... ... n 4 52 130 152 240 123 65 6S 41 112 00 43 6 129 3 245 00 66 3 2 Bartletts Hellin .... 43I 25 75 50 386 78 58 46 24' 771 123' 13S 52 37 113 143 31 75 68 127 45 47 157 116 125 236 67 66 36 So 23 47 107) 127 5 105 I3i 139, 52 42 42, 174 32 66 45 152 123 64 78I 38 22 38! 1271 74 M 51 48 41 127 158 2381 127 3 81 136 127 39 49 145 116 75 33! 124 5' 4 124 103 136 26 47 29 36 76 24 isTTS-1- 22 81 3 16 63 90 27 163 91 50 132 100 28 184 73 35 124 148 S "o 120 106 136 6S, 5' 124 50, 151 130 in "3 3l 80 38! 69 39 24, 66 82 58 45 235 641 'Ia 70 115 S2 38 22 00 00 581 741 49' 47, 48J 58 45 59 25 80 54 72 48 60 49 28 38 30 147 114 25 77 691 38 12S 4 55 46 3? 98 184 31 248 117I 9 &5 671 2S 47 Si, 35 22 59 75 591 49 46 9 "9 48, 53 126 65 15 27 no 134 .52 122 33 27 38 162 48 10S 36 149 20 19 3l no 31 49 62 90 60 169 90 170 88 47 133 100 116 129 30 184 73 188 73 37 126 152 128 149 60 72 106 51 106 136 122 140 119 38 49 40 49 27 24 22 147 113 143 107 79 89 no 17 4 17 26 44 26 36 66 15 27 38 23 20 83 3S 128 5 24 29 5 30 70 48 37 5 "', 235 121 8 64 67 24 32 104 37 23 81 S3 75 5S 4S 22 46 327 "9 79 126 52 78 69 46 '57 32 122, 154 32 236 120 8 651 65 47 37. 109 36 22, 80 59 74 57 23 44 48( 5912178I1S15 128 35 127 5 52 53 32 120 151 120 154 31 235 119 241 132 8 65 65 63 67 38 109 29 37 112 37 22 80 22 81 58 74 57 74 58 21 47 44 47 44 32 67 46 77 29 65 45 39 6 32 3 EniTOK Rkimhimcan: Iii tho Haali ot tho Ttliinst. thero appeared o an cditoral under head of Cowardice," which contains so many falsehoods that it should not ho passed unnoticed. Tho alleged letter from W. T. Ellis to tho Secretary of tho Democratic Coiiimilto", agreeing to speak hero on tho id inst. was never thnwn to me by any ntie. I h us ntvsrtecii it. After tho bills, announcing Mr. Bradley's appointment, were printed and distributed throughout tho county, tho Democratic Chairman asked mo if I would ngreo to a joint discussion with Captain Ellis. I plainly said no. Wo had not sought to interfere with tho speakings of Senator Blakburn nor Representative Stone. On Sunday, last before tho 3d inst., tho Democratic Chairman, nt my houso, in tho presence of tho Populist Chairman, mo informed that tho Democratic Committco had engaged tho Court House from tho jailer for tho 3d inst. and would occupy it at one o'clock: On the 2d inst. 1 was told by tho Secretary of tho Democratic Committee that tho Democrats would not per mit Bradley to speak at ono o'clock, unless I would then ngreo that ho would quit at half past two o'clock, and I was then informed by said Secretary that tho Democrats would ou the 3d inst. havo MEN hero "thnt would It unpopular to pwjtcf "Con-temptibl- Tho Judgomont on Hood's Pro nounced by Squire Fogg. Best EWorld ''J t . ' S 'U v,V .: f.-. S?11PS1 ' Th (allowing teitlmonlnl comei from T, M. throughout Keno It Vcu. Eq.i tucky m court Juitlco nd Justlct of the peace lor BkUi county. Ills word) should Invoke the confidence ot Ml who rend hie letter: C. I. Hood St Co., Lowell, Man. I "I will say for Hood's Sariaparllta I belief It to be the belt medicine In Uie world. In the winter of 'W I had a bad case ot the grip which lelt my eyttem In yery bad shape. I tried everything I could find and got no relief. In Uie fall of the same year I bought a bottle ot llood'a Barsaparllla. Ttle first dose I took V X . 4 Mad a Decided Changs for the better. When I began taking the first bottle my weight wat 12T pounds, the lightest since manhood. Uy the time the second bottle f '1 had been used my weight was 1CS pounds. X owe all till to Hood's Hnrsapnrlll and I gladly recommend It to all sultercrs." T. M. Kooo, Justice ot the 1'eacr, Pharpsburc. Kentucky, Hood'ssvCurcs r. : . a Hood's Pills cure liver Ills, const Ipjulou, biliousness, Jaundice, sick headache. Indigestion. ....- - CU...IU.? BBBB . tty WAP. 4 5V."K. 'C'l. vn m rnM. w : X . of " x'A -- v? f J etsr r conHTia rrol. K. W. Smith, or II years principal Commercial College By BlpSSfllB W.fi. Awarded Medal and Diploma d lKW: Eipeslllon, the 8 30 36 58 2J 592 Pluralities Totals.. 22301844 892251 i8Sol2i23'iS23 3ool 37' 703 22S6 1S91 2165J1S97 26SI 395 59321751877159421761849 I 298 36j 579,2181181722681851 I 34 4'7 VICTORY! Wave ofRepublicanism Sweeps the County and the country. More than once on Tuesday did the heart of Democracy breathe Napo leon's despairing prayer: "0 that Blucher or night would come." The people may be deceired as they were in '00 aud '92, but when you touch them with distress and want and bring their homes and little ones to poverty and hunnger, you'll hear something drop. The Democracy heard it Tuesday. Ok Tuesday while the Democratic candidates' oflicials and heelers a1 Hartford were pouring whisky and boodle in indecent streams to corrupt the ballot, the honest yeomanry of the county were condemning this corruption in thunder tones, at- The Whole County Ticket Elected by Majorities Ranging From 274 to 417 EARTH AND ITS FULLNESS OURS. a A The briny waters and vexatious mosphere of Salt River grind heavily upon the lungs and palate of the Ohio county Democracy, so long used The Republicans were quite hope- Buford, Ben Grave, Deiu.; Hartford, to almost unbroken power. "But things like that you know ful of carryiuu the couuty, but their A. S. Aull, Rep.; Rosine.C. L.Wnod-ward- , must bo Rep., Cromwell, JontB. WH wildest dreams did not reach the figAfter every famous victory.'" ures which tell the Republican ma- son, Rep. Fordsville, The Coustables are: The most signal victory of the jorities. Ration, whole contest is the election of Hon. Not only is the entire Republican J.Oller, Rep,; Buford, John W. Lewis from this Cougres- - county ticket elected, but every Re- Dem ; Hartford, Ilosca Shown, Rep.; sional District with a raojority of publican candidate for Magistrate Rosine, Thos. Allen, Rep.; Cromwell, 5,000 to contend with he comes out and Constable is elected by safe ma- R. B. Martin, Rep. of the fight with almost 1,000 major' ELECTION NOTES. conclusively that jorities. ity. It proves Delaware Republican. Tho Democrats only succeeded in when the people are aroused they are Iowa, Republican 75,000. death to political machines. electing one Constable and one MagNew Jersey Republican. istrate and as a good Democrat says, Illinois, Republican 50,000, nt once and forever "Bunv they had to go to Rockport to do that. Indiana, Republican 50,000. which the recent canvass the The table of the vote telle the tale may have occasioned," hypocritically Fordsville wins the horns. remarks the JTerald, and then pro of Democracy's undoing. It contains Ohio, Republican I?5,ooo, many surprises. ceedn to unburden itself of tho mean Colorado, Republican 20,003. est and most contemptible batch of Among the many surprises to the Michigan Republican 30,000. villification, abuse and falsehood, of Democrats, at least, was the wheelAll New England Republican. which that unreliable aud craven ing of Abbievilleand Centertown into The pcoplctinlock the courthouse Such is sheet has ever been guilty. the Republiaean column. Massachusetts, Republican 70,000 its consistency. Every precinct in the county did Pennsylvania Ripublican 250,000. Butler county went Republican The insult which the Herald,, this glorious work for the Republican oflers to Col. W. O. Brad-le- y ticket. Even Buford and Ellis' big t,ooi, week, Nebraska elected Republican Conis eecoud.only to that offered to Democratic mojortics were cut down. gressman. bim and tho Republicans of thocouni Fordsville now deserves the horn?. ty generally in reference to Saturday's For "Wilson nflidavits apply to P. Cromwell showed up all O. K, speaking aud is such a mean and ' . Felix. Beaver Dam did not escape the cowardly piece of business that a Tennessee went Republican elect Her Democratic majoriHottentot would not have landslide. ing Vance for Governor. stooped half so low. ties were cut down. Congressman Hill Wilson, author Sulphur Spiiugs and McHenry of the Wilson bill, Is defeated, Last Saturday was a Republican went wild. For a map of the Magisterial Disday in Hartford and Beaver Dam. purchase of tho no. tricts npply to E. T. Williams. The whole-sal- e Hon. Y O. Brndley spoko here at Wanted! Rowan Holbrook did not have as grocs by tho Hartford Democrats two o'clock to n crowd of almost one 5,000 dozen Eggs and 1,000 pounds much spare time as he thought. availed them nothing. thousand voters in tho Court Houso & Son's. Horse Branch covers herself with of butter at Tracy The majorities in tho county are; m He made a proud speech and yard. glory-Felix was there Tuesday. Tlutcheray'M I'liicnln l.llernlurr. .081 endeared himself raoro clearly, if pos- Lewis The place of Thackeray in Fnglish Centertown went Republican for sible, to the Republicans of Ohio Gufly 371 literatute will also be determined by the ffrbt time, Ilcfliu follows suit. his county. For two hours hu held tho "Vanity Fair," which will be 300 Morton...,..... R, Holbrook and 7., Shultz went to read, we may confidently predict, Immense throng.The people stood duraB 208 Shultztown to hold the Democrats in long ns "Tom Jones," "Clarissa," Many of Hart- Hocker ing the whole time. 303 Hue. ford's fair ladies listcned.to his speech Westerfield "Tristram Shandy," ,'The Antiqua327 windows of tho Daniel S G. Rhoads was the happiest ry" and "Pickwick." But alt the throughout from tho man in the county Wednesday morn- best of liia pikes even the smaller Tho enthusiasm was Fitzhugh 30 Court House. ing. j.cx d'esprtts, may be read with degreat and the discomfituro of the Keown very 293 niriln nil 1 ncrnln hv j -New.York went Republican 150,000 li ilit -- a 1 Democrats complete. On Saturday a ..0- -j vmitirr und 417 Black electing Morton for Governor ard old. Audofthebest are: "Esmond," night Col. Bradley and Hon. Gus Magistrates arc: turning Tammany out of New York "The Newcoms," Barry Lyndon," elected The Willeon spoke to a large aim entuusi I the "Book of Snobs," the "Hogarty City. Fordbvillo, James A. Boiling, Hop Beaver Dam. crowd .... ng cessive elaboration of historical coloring, and its nnsivory plot. "The Newcome," if in some ways the most genial of the longer prices, is plainly without the power of "Vanity Fair." And if "Barry Lyndon" has this powes it is an awful picture of cruelty R. Holbrook in his speech when and meaness The "Book of Snops" the campaign opened said it would and the "Hoggarty Diamonds" were be nip and tuck with his opponent each a kind of prelude to "Vanity The who would come out behind. Fair," and both contiin some of its tcle changed. essential marks of pathos and of Mr. Williams was heard to say to power. It is indeed strange to us Mr. Felix: You will have to take now to remember that bath of these care ot the County Attorney's office, books, written with such passages of while I will ba County Judge for the wit and insight could have been pubnext three years. But time wrought lished for yeirs before the world had a change. reconized that it had a new an 1 WHAT DID IT. writer before Republicans. Haraisoniu the November Forum. Disgusted Democrats. Honest laborers. TWO FOR ONE. Oppressed fanners, Populist helping us. The people spoke. By special arrangements we offer Bradley's speech. THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Several Voters stamped under the and HOME AND FARM in combiPheonix believing it was the F.a,le. nation with our paper for $1.25 per If this error had not been made our pluralities for each candidate would year, in advance, being the price of have been increased at least 50 votes. our paper alone. That is for all new . m tm subscribers, or old subscribers renewI'rodiicorH And Hollers. ing and paying in advance, we send Lorisville Commerical says: Anumberofmen, formerly employ- HOME AND FARM one year free. ed in the Pullman works, near Chie-g- o HOME AND FARM is a 16 page have moved to Hiawatha, Kan., agricultural journal made by farmers Where the citizens have subscribed for farmers. Its Home Department $50,000 to aid them in starting a coIts Children's Departoperative factory for the manufacture is nnequaled. ment is entertaining and instructive. of furniture and coffins. Renew now and get this great agA retired minufocturer of Chieago, ricultural and home journal free. said to have large wealth, has accom-paniAddress all orders to THE HARTthem, and will have charge of FORD REPUBLICAN, Hartford, Ky. the works. The men arc skilled and intelligent mechanics, and the Superintendent chossn is doubtless capable, and the new establishment will doubtless turn out good work at prices that admit of a profit, But turning out good work is not all that is necessary. undertakings have Must failed because theassistants and managers seemed to think that all they had to do was to produce. The fact is what they have to do, in order to succeed, is to find a market for their good and to sell them at a fair profit. .It is the buiness man, who knows how to sell his goods and where to sell n them, and who does sell them, that makes money and makes his mark ns a successful man. The Hiawatha association has men who can make goods to sell them successfully, their experiment will fall as " tMCi-- rf most others have done. a. Four and maybe five Republican Congressmen from Kentucky is not bad. John J.McIIenry and G. B, Likens, went to Rosine Tuesday. Rcsine gave an increased Republican majorityVisiting Democrat voters; L. P. Lotiey, Owensboro, Hub Broakiiw, (Col.) Louisville, J. W. Lytic. Owens-bor- dia:uonds,"some of the "Burlesques" "Christmas Bcoks" and the "English Humorist." Of these, "Esmonds" has every quality of a great book, except its artifical form, its exand When tho day of the speaking and it was ascertained that Col. Bradley would not arrivo until 'J o'clock, tho Democratic Chairman and Secretary came to my nflico imhI said they would havo Captain Kllia ov'ulul to quit speaking nt 2 o'clock Bradley would qui: in time lur Ellii to reply, thus endeavoring to force n joint discussion with Ellis when Ellis had made his speech in Bradley's absence. This proposition being re jected they told mu that Ellis would not quit at 2 o'clock. I then, as I had frequently before, told them that we would manage our speaking, and by way of parenthesis, the people have attended to that. On Monday after tho Democratic Chairman had told me that they had the Court House, I asked the jailer it such was tho case and he then told mo that tho Democratic Chairman and Secretary had engaged it lor Ellis to speak ju ou the 3d nud had agreed to pay him for the use of it nud that they would get it. the World's Columbian For Hy.lcm of Book-heplSaturation, ItualnfM anil hoard, hnnocrnphy, Typrwrltlnt; and Trlrirraphr lauchi. luiauinrrr.atul araitual.a -- mi In tonka and 1(D ntllclal.. No taealloa. Krnturky Kntrr Now. graihiair.. I'nlvrnllr Diploma our attention aarilrl arrurtnc attualtona fur graduate, Slven to I and rompltle rtr. l.t to iltnrrnl jIuMrirMl.Vjurerahflijtf'.u.lnrluclInf tuition, books WILBUR R. SMITH, LEXINGTON, ailtlrr.v KV. r V NOTICK. I VAtrr every man and woman In the Unltl States tnterestrd In the Oplnm and Whisky kablta to have one of rav books on these Address II. M. Woolley, Atlanta, Ua. Box iffi, and one will be tent yon f rse. CALL 03NT ' f r "' r lai V The Leading Phoiographcr. ,V,:rti la Ewj Stjle Site. XtarOld Pictures Copied and Enlarged A (SPECIALTY. Main Street. 108J 17mti O ,! WENSBORO, A F W". ID. LUCE, IlAltTKMtli, KENTUCKY, Contractor and Builder Will draw dralts from a nice, neat cozy cottage up to u fine two story U ill liuuee. draw plana ireo of E. D. Guirv, Ch'm'n. Rep. Ex. Com. Baskets Big and little at Tracy & Son's. VORY 60AP JZWj At Floats CAMCLE CO., All Knrljr HnuK Note. The earliest bank note in the possession of the Bank of England is one dated December 19, I699, for 5551b. It is printed from an engraved plate but it has blanks for the date, number and signature. AcroiS it are written luemoranda. showing that it was repiid in three installments.. In appearance it is uotal together unlike the modern note, s noticeable particularly that in the words, "For the Govt, and Corn-pa.the word "company" is thus abbreviated, and not into "compy., "which would be more in accordance with the usual practice. In the bank library is another note for 25lbs, which was not presented for myears. Another curiosity, said to be unique, is a note for no less than a million sterling dated 1782. Only four of such an amount have even been issued. A singular use was made of lbss note, now in the bank archives, Which bears the following indorsement: "If this note gets into the hands of John Dear, af Longhill, near Char-lilshis br itlier, Andrew is prisoner in Algiers." This was copied inton Charlisie paper, by which means John Dear became" aware of his unfortunate kinsman fate. There is a pathetic interest; in the light of events in the following indorsement on a i,ooolbs note by the gallent Cochrane, Lord Dundonald, who was absolved after his death of ," e, nt charge. Will make careful estimates on all kinds of buildings, and remod nj old liouees. Motto "Live aud let live." .t. x QUARTERLY REPORT ov Tin; Beaver Dam DEPOSIT BANK, At tho Closo of Businoss on 18th day of Juno 1394. KEaOURCES. Loans and Discounts . . . $72,075.87 Overdrafts, secured . . . 264,11 Overdralts, unsecured . . 594.30 Due from National Banks 1 1,1 15.58 Due from State banks and Bankers 45,59 Banking- bouse and lot , . 3,000,00 Specie 2,632,72 , . Currency . , , , . 2,044.00 ,lfuriiiturc and Fixtures . . 1,500.00 Current expenses 867.12 . 1.1 . , -. "..,. : 1 ' ' ' ' :?lt' .... 94. I39.39 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in, in cash$25,ooo.oo Surplus fund 8,250.00 Undivided profits . . . . 4,204.02 Due Depositors 56,571.67 DueSt'tebanks&St'teb'k'rs 59.00 Due National 'Banks . . . 54.60 $94,139-2'- viirljM' . . 1 --. - . -- ir -- K-f- J T t statu kkntuckv, ) County op Ohio, j ss 01' the BEST FOR SHIRTS. THS PHOCTCT X CINTI. Mr J08T IN QUANTITY. BEfcTIN QUALI1 judged guilty in his lifetime. "My health having suffered from a long and close confinement, and my oppressors having resolve to deprive me to property or life, I submit to robbery to protect myself from murder, in hope that I shah live to bring the' delinquent to -- Strand Magazine. justice.-Cochrame." cl m i ofwhijhhi hal bun ad- WORMS WHITE'S CREIM ! I I Ha led all WORM Remedial. 'EVERY I0TTLE IUARJNTEED. tllrH BICHltDMI IIDIilCIII VERMIFUGE! FOR 20 YEARS lOLOBrAUDBVOOIITI. CO., f . you Remember get the iVew York Tribune and The Republican both for one year, for one dollar and twenty-fiv- e cents. John II. Barnes, Cashier of Beaver Dam Deposit Bank, a bank located and doing business in the town of Beaver Dam, in said county,being duly sworn, says that the foregoing report is in alt respects a true statement of the condition of the said bank at the close ot business on the 18th day of June, 1894, to the best of his knowledge and belief; and further says that the business of said bank has been transacted nt4he location named, and not elsewhere; and that the above report Is made in compliance with an official notice received from the Secretary of State, designating the 18th day of June, 1894, as the day on which such report shall be made. Subsciibcd and sworn to before me by John II. Barnes, the 20th day of Rowan Holdrook, June, 1894. Clerk Ohio County Court By Sum by Taylor, D. C. J. II. Banhks, Cashier R. P, Hockrr, Director, ' . c i Vtl' ' il A f, i . ' IT. LOCK. fio at Jno. II. Barnes, I. P. Bahnarp, " " I tr -- :J;t3Www?r; ; 7J"tm?f&y&lm rrvp J A. Before iPie fTall You could get along somehow without a Wrap, but now that the season is advanced Ociier fiat- arments " Co. Arc a necessity. Vnv Bros. have placed on a sale a very desirable line in Fall and Winter weights, at cheaper' prices than those which 1 , , r: 1, if "ji When times were flush and. money y you can get easy to get. a bealiful cloak or wrap for To-da- .vfcffcY f Cash. v' ,Li55 S iW-perh- aps Perhaps tp Tariff did not. At, any rate, the weathe'r proves that irig her sister,, Mrs. James Jones of tfiis placa. following-letter- : Mr. Richard Metcnlf, our merchant, FRANKl'OKT, KV., NoV.I, 1894. is expected to go to Owcnsboro on Dkau Sir: On filing my warrant business Tuesday. on yesterday, ns required by law, the Our school is progressing nicely, Treasurer assured me ' that there was with 45 scholars, under the manage- no money to the credit of the School ! rnent of Miss Jnnnie Mosely, and to Fund to make even the partial pay- say we are delighted with our teacher ment which the Treasurers and Supdoes not express it. s erintendents ol about of the Mrs. M. S. Miller, who has been cities and counties tell me, in resick is ripidly improving. sponse to my letter of October 23rd, Mr. Harvey May, a well known will be necessary to meet next week's citizen and blacksmith of Whites-ullldemand upon them. While I am died very suddenly Siturday. that both the November and Miss Sadie Millicr was the guest of December payments can easily be Miss Maggie Miller Saturday. made before the second Saturday in Mr. Harry Glvens and lady were December, the Treasurer cannot tell t the guests of Mrs. M. S. Miller Sat- -' me positively whether hecan pay any urday night and Sunday. time next week what you call for; Leonard Tn lor has gone to Hart-- I and, to avoid embarrassment, it will ford to have his ankle worked on by be best for you to notify your teach-ea- s Drs. Pendleton and Ford. not to expect it then. Mr. Oscar Miller and fatuity have I would have given you this posit been visiting Mrs. M. S. Miller. ive information when I wrote before, Miss Bernice Miller, of Haynes-villhut there was hope at the time that has been visiting Miss Hnllie it least half of the 20 per cent, due Miller of this placs. could be piid this week. iThis would Miss Felia Haynes is visiting her be sufficient this month, as the aunt, Mrs. Kate Stevens, of Falls of asked for less than half. Itis hardly necessary to say that Rough. Holland nnd family are visWilliam I deeply regret this disappointment to you and your teachers, but, owing iting his father, Mr. Jerry Holland, Moiiit Anon. to operation of the revised Revenue of Lewisport. law to which I alluded last week, it Corn is unavoidable. Ten cents a can at Tracy & Son's. All arrears and lull December pay- Just as good ns the best. ment may be confidently expected ' nniiicrr Train rnlnrrli. before December 8th. Yours truly, The most important feature about Ii I'oKTim Thompson. that very common comphint, catarrh Teachers who have drawn for only in the head, is its tendency to develone month may draw one month's op into some other more serious and pay next Saturday, November lo.but dangerous disease. The foul matter thoe who have drawn 40 per cent, dropping from the head into the will have to wait until December. bronchial tubes or lungs is very liaZ. H. Siiurvrz, County Supt. ble to lead to bronchitis or consump- t Superintcnt Shultz has received the Altanlloii Trnclmmt AN AMERICAN IN L6ND0N; Ho Irt Llko a Bit of Bunshlno Through tho Fog and Rain. Cpt. Jack ol u Tlalt Crawford, the Weatern Poet and Scout A Iteuilnlicence. Well-Kno- A London "Hcrlbliler" Write from two-third- e, e, te :tf fslowyba. need onj and Home and Farm both one year for And Fair Bros. & Co. arc prepared to mcct your demands. In fact the best place to trade is wilh J:he old reliable house of , ', f : V t FAER. if &co. y Friday, S Novkmiirr 9, J 1894. 13 , Children's suits at Carson & Co's. Master Haled hay at T. II. Hem's. 4t Rut Mirton is quite sick. W.H. Williams wants 1,000 pouiiJs All kind J of uaJorweir at Carson & butter. New lot of millinery coods aved at Carson & Co. Cos. If just le yu it H c 1 Cloth! tg, come to Car- son Crt'o For vt.r A sow and 8 pijis Wc will pay in trade labels jcr ; apply to J. S H Wrdding istl f?Joz lor eggs Carsov & Co. Kriut be ins, diied .app'es and Miss Viola Woterfielcl is visit!. 14 peaches at Girwi & C 's. ' her urarulmother.Mrs. Jane Arnold, Visit our millinery department. Cromwell. W. II. Williams will receive on tomorrow fifty biskcts of grapes and two boxes of peirs. New walking sailors nil colors and nil prices from 25c to$ 1,25. Carson & Co. Wc arc h uliiiurters lor Shoes, Boots and CloVcs Cvtsov & Co Mis Carson & Co W, II William is heidrpnrters for hides, furs and pelts and pays the best 'prices in cash or trade II. WilHggs, Eggs. Kggs-- W liams will pay i2i cents per dozen for all the eggs brought to him. Vt:md,i Story spent Satur-di- y and Sunday at her home near Olennville. Co. for groceries. ly filled Leave your order with Cirson & It will be prompt- Cnsos&Co. Mlli-rlbrr.. Notice til The date on the label indicates the time to which your subscription is jm'd. This servesboth as nreceiptaud Go to T. II. Dean, on Union Street, nu expiration notice every week. Exfor best flour, meal, bran, hay, corn amine the date printed after your ' name 011 the margin of this paper, t or wheat, shipstuff, & etc. : if it is correct. If not correct, Misses Mabel Hubbard and Annie and please to let us know. If your time Fogle visited friends and relatives ha expired, please renew atonce' near Deaver Dam Saturday and Sun.. . i -day. i3-4M.-- iSR xil Just received, at W, H Williams, the largest and choicest stock of the best selected groceries, candies, fruits, etc., ever brought to Hartford. The rights of Christian baptiitn to Miss Sudie was administered Anderson at the Water Mill last Monday morning, Rev. Teel officiat- ing. Misses Margeret and Carolny Har bour, who have been visiting relatives in Louisville the past three weeks, have returned to Hartford to spend C. S. Taylor, of Cromwell, happened to quite a painHe ful accident one day lost week. wood and the axe vns chopping glanced striking his instep, making 'a wound that will disable him for a considerable time. , You can by paying your subsciption, and one year in advance, Louisthe get ville Commercial, or New York Tribune ore year. If you are not a subscriber, sub- g(j'ibc at ODCC. - . Firo the winter State Senator . Brick for sale by Tracy & Son. m m Hood's Susaparilla, acting through the blood, reaches every part of the sybtem, and m this way positively cures catarrh. Mr.L T.Griffin is opening upa gen-ergrocery store on the corner recently vacated by W.G.Hardwick. lie will carry a finellneol staple and fancy groceries. Mr. R. T. Collins will He havevchnrge of the business thoroughly undcrst inds the grocery trade here and will always have what the public needs. al Hooker's Oat Meal at Tracy & Son's. E e. On Thanksgiveti eve there will be an oyster supper at Masonic Hall given by the Misonic Indies for the benefit of a widow of our town who has been sick for quite awhile and is in destitute circumstinces. Everyone should turn out on this occasion From my firm near U.mver Dam one and the ladles of the committee will phI and white spotted heifer, two do everything in their power to ears o! I, marked one split in riht nmkcit pleasant intertalnment. Reeir an I has crumpled horns. When freshments of all kinds will also be la t seen was near Lewis Cook's. sold. As t ae supp-- T is three weeks off if any one wishes to donate anyAny information as to her whereabout thing to the wid )V in 111:4.1 tiaic they rewarded will beaniply 1521 will please sen I it t the sure of A. E. P. Barnard. D White an xi will see tint she Lvdigs Com, Hidos. gets it. m m We give the highest price In trade Apple for all kinds of Hides and or cash Butterit Tracy & Son's, Tracy & Son, Furs Onirr Knpper TJiitnUtflvliiff tion, that destroyer which causes more deaths in this county than any other disease. As catarrh originates in impurities in the blood, local applications can do but little good. The common sense method of treatment . is to purify the blood, and for this .. . 1 -purpose there is no preparation suftrtort perior to Hood's Sarsaparilla. The Below is the grade of school No. powerful action of this medicine upon 74, for the month ending Oct. 26, '94: the blood expels every impurity, and Bertie Williams 99, Carrie Miller by bo doing cures catarrh and gives 69, Erna Tichenor 98, Mattie Tichen-o- r health to the entire organism. 96, Nora Rowe 99, Cora Rowe 96, m Rosa Carson 99, Iva McKernan 94, Sovon Carrie Snell 99, Minnie Myers 98, Boxes of Nudavene Flake Oat Meal Dolly Dempsy 68, Ora Carson 94, for one dollar at Tracy & Son's. Erna Dempsy 90, Do rcas Snell 91, Bee Rowe 94, Nettie Dempsy 95, Gola Dempsy 98, Annie Ferryman 99, Kitty Ferryman 94, Bell Ferryman 99, Oma Snell 76, Georgie Snell 94, Rosa Loney 87, Mary Matthews 94, Madie Park 95, May Carson 94, C o Cora Ilaird 92, Minnie Bolton 90, Myrtle Bishop 92, Bee Ross 68, Lula Dempsy 99 Luanna Ford 99, Prudie Ford 100, Rosa McGee 80, Stanley Dempsy 98, Foreman Ferryman 99, ProRrniiic ol the Cromwell Tench-eChester Bishop 99, Chester Loney 97, Aftsorlntlnn. Chester Bolton 60, Verna Bishop 98, 9 a m. Will Training and Seven Leslie Tanner 97, Dee Williams 92, School Viitues A. P,. Thomas. , Oscar Ross 92, Heschel Tichenor 98, Other Virtues and Moral Worth of Artie Rowe 94, Leslie Rowe 95, Wayne School Duties J. L. Rogers. Park 95, Carl Bishop 95, Willie Pate School Incentives and Principles 97, Henry Moore 95, Everett TichenMiss Sophia Davidson. or 95, Robert McGee 90, Dire McGee Artificial Incentives, the Prize Sys88, Porter McGee 90. tem. Myrtlr Rowr, Teacher. Natural Incentives Miss Lydia Alicr Long, Assistant. Martin and Mrs. Rogers. - a, Punishment FonRogers.Mr.Gard-ner- . Ilnmptnii-CnmoMr. Homer Hampton, of Bowling Improper Punishment Lon RogGreen, and Miss Matilda Carson, ol No Creek neighborhood, will be uni- ers and Ozna Shultz Moral ' Instruction Miss Efiie ted in the holy bonds of matrimony on the 14th of November at 4 p. m. Kahn, B. Shields and Mr. McClelRev. R. P. Carson and Miss Cora Fe- land. Noon. 1 130 The Indian Story Mr. lix will act as groom's first man and bride's maid. The marriage will be MefTord. Debate Resolved, That all School solemnized at No Creek church, Teachers failing to attend the Teachwhere Miss Carson has been a member of the church from her childhood ers' Association should haven fine of with great credit to hcrselfand much five per cent off of their salaries, withusefulness to society. We wish the out a written excuse, signed by the young people all the happiness that Chairman ol the Board of Trustees. Affirmative J. L. Rogers, Siddie human being is heir to, in this life Davidson, Fon Rogers, C. S. Taylor, and perfect felicity in that great beyond. Both the bride and groom B. Shields, and J. H. Barnes. Negative A. P. Thomas, Eflle are of the first class of society in their places of residence of rare accom- Kahn, Lon Rogers, A. W. Davidson, plishments and wc aresure that they Ozna Shultz, Mr. McClelland. The Culprit Fay Hortense Rogwill be happy in their new relation They will have the kindest wishes of ers. The Fairie Queen and a Sketch of many friends for their success in life. Pre-ttSmall Business. We trust that wherever their lot may the Author Siddie Davidson. Please don't be afraid that Prentis be cast they will fill as large a It is said that the smallest pieco of sphere in society as they have here. can't get a crowd, but come. Teach- painting In the world has reccutly We trust they will make this their ers you are especially welcome. been executed by a Flemish artist. Remember the fourth Saturday in It Is painted on the smooth side of a future home. Rev. J. B. Ferryman grain of common white corn and picwill pronounce the words) tint will November. Prof. Thomas' class will furnish tures a mill and a miller mounting a make the two happy hearts beat as stairs with a sack of grain on his Music. one. back. Tho mill is represented as Lydia Martin, standing on a terrace and near it is a Kinging Noise Siddiu Davidson. Coin, horse and cart, while a group of sevIn the ears, sometimes a roaring, LonRogsrs, eral peasants Is shown in the road buzzing sound, ate caused by catarrh, near by. Tho plcturo is beautifully that exceedingly disagreeable and Do You Acrtl Sfnpa? being finished distinct, every-objec- t very common disease. Loss of smell We bnve with us for a short lime with microscopic fidelity, yet by or hearing also result from catarrh. R.L.Eade & Co., representing the firm careful measurement it is shown Hoods Sarsapirilla, thegreat purifier, oi Rand, McNnlly & Co', publisher that tho whole palntlDg does not is a peculiarly successful remedy for of the famous house and office cover a surface of half an inch this disease, which it cures by puri- maps. Everj fnimer, merchant, law- square. N. O. Picayune fy ng the blood. yer and doctor ehould have this uee-f- al House for Trollay Wire. Hood's Pills are the best nfter acquisition in his home. These dinner pills, assists digestion, preOhemnlti, Saxony, has banished young men live in our own State and horses from her street cars and subvents constipation. corao highly recommended. They stituted tho trolley. The method of IIKUIIKUT. will take great .pleasure in showing stringing wires Is by meaus of ornaMrs. Mnry Burton is the guest of you the work in your homes with mental rosettes fastened Into the Mrs. M. S. Miller this week. t woodwork or walls of houses, having prices too low to mention. A protracted meeting is being car projected hooks to which, tho wires cried on at West Point Church by are attached. Theso hooks are firmAwarded ly fastened and aro Jested with seven Revs. Coleman and Corley, Highest Honors World' Fair. tlmeB the weight they will bo called Miss Beatrice Morris and Mr. Harry upon to bear. Owners without G. Givens were married Oct. 24th at preferred to allow tho use of Panther Creek Church, Rev. R. T. their houses free rather than havo Bruner officiating. The bride is an esposts on tho sidewalks. timable and charming young lady, and the groom a polished gentleman Amarlca Holds Only Small Pair. of the highest order. England has forty ships engaged y Mr. Willie Kelley, wife and son, In tho South African traffic, Jesse, were the guests of Mrs. E. W. eight and tho United States 'only two. Lyons Saturday. Mr. Hnrry Ester and Mrs. Hattie "Ester have been visiting Mrs. E. W. Lyons. goMiss Mamie Moseley, who is teaching school in district No. 43, is exMOST PERFECT MADE. pected to go to her home at Pleasant Free A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. u on ni. la I'htl J.lrhU Ridge Friday. 10a ji.wiMcwr from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. t!.ln lmiu1 tit JiCI iw Miss Ada Luck, of Philpot, Is visit- YEARS THE STANDARD. N, our autlMirlMd MHDf 40 The Republican $1.25 in advance. i Republican and the Subscribe for The Louisville Weekly ommercial b t h one year for $1.25 per year. n Wo arc all in tho nethermost hell despair over our awful weather, and we arc longing for tho sunshine, wrltes.Georgc R. Sims iu tho London Referee. I3itt there arc peoplo who in some parts of the world grumble at "sunshlno above," and long for tho fog and tho rain of Old England. As I was thinking of these things thoro strodo into my room, out of tho mist and tho rain of the park, Capt. Jack Crawford, tho famous Poet Scout of America, the ideal frontiersman, with long hair hanging over his shoulders, tall, litho and sunburnt, with eagle eyes and shading brows; "aud ho sat himself down in my study, and, shaking tho rain from his leonine locks, exclaimed: "I like this it docs mo good' "Llko what?" I asked. "Tho weather," ho replied; and then ho told mo how for flvo long years in Now Mexico they had not a drop of rain, only the eternal scorching, blinding sunshine, and per cent, of the how seventy-fiv- e cattle died, and the fish lay in tho dry bed of the river and fanned themselves with their tails, and the snakes crawled about with their skins blistered and crackling; and ho called tho ceaseless downpour of Thursday "just a dream," and wished ho could take a stock of our special summer weather back to New Mexico with him. I told tho genial frontiorman that T would pay him a visit in his land of sunshlno as soon as I could settle land my affairs in this of mud and milder.', and asked him if I should have to go about with all over me. Then ho laughed. "There aren't any now except In the boys' tales," ho said. "The real men of tho west are quiet, peaceable, good fellows." IJut in tho old days of tho tho Poet Scout often had a rough time. Ono night in a lawless town he had to meet Wild Will-Ja- mes B. Hiscock one of tho greatest scouts America ever knew, a man who once killed seven men In five minutes. They were guerrillas during tho war, and belonged to John McCandlas' gang, and they got round Wild Will to murder him, and It was their lives or his lite, and he accounted for seven on his own. On the occasion when Capt. Jack and Wild Will were in the bar.afrontier rough came in all over aud yelled: "I'm a wolf, you thar, Up and I'm on the howl to the bar with you, and red liquor for the lotl" The company obliged, and the red otherwise " taranteller liquor was pizen," otherwise 'whisky served. But Wild Will and Capt. Jack sat still. "Here," said tho stranger, "aren't you goin' to drink?" "No," replied Capt. Jack, "I've never had a drink In my life." "Then, by thunder, you'll begin now." "Very well, then; I'll take a lemonade." "Lemonade be hangedl Red liquor, and down with it, or " And he drew his revolver. And then Wild Will rose, and with ono blow of his huge "fist stretched the frontier rough on tho floor. And as he roso and put his hand to his a man camo and exclaimed: "Wild Will, by heavens!" And the hand dropped, and the Wolf exclaimed: "My God I thought thero was only one man with a fist llko that." And when Capt. Jack lifted his glass of lemonade the Wolf gave him a sickly smile, and when the captain said: ''You'vonot ordered your own drink yet," ho answered, hesitatingly: "No I I think I'll take a lemonade, too." It was five o'clock In tho afternoon when he came into my study just to bring me n message from my friend, Robert P. Porter, of census fame, and I shouldn't liko to tell you what time it was when Hot him out of my frontdoor Into the night, with his long hair waving In tho breeze, and then went up to bed reviling tho fate which had made mo a melancholy London scribbler instead of a poet scout, with a ranch in New Mexico and a glorious record of gallant deeds on the frontier of the wild west. of rs er t. 1 Nov. 5. Election is over and the Republicans have carried the county. Mr. Lute Enstcrday, wife nnd child spent Sunday in Kindcrhook, the guest of Mr. A. C.Ellis and wife. V. G. Barnett went to Ccntertown Sunday. Mrs. Annie Smith, McIIenry, was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Bettie Foster, Sunday. Luthur Barnett, Owcnsboro, is visiting in Kindehook at this writing. Wc learn that J. A. Baird has purchased a farm down on Rough Creek and will move thereon soon. We regret very much to lose Mr. Baird and his pleasant wife, but our loss is another's gain. Mrs. Jo. B. Rogers, who has been confined to her room for some time with typhoid fever, is, we are glad to state, able to be out again. Miss Viola Lake has typhoid fever. Ri A. Anderson is still confined to his room, but is improving slowly. The school at Alexander, which is under the management of C. II. Ellis, is iu a flourishing condition. On next Friday week he will have exercise by the pupils. Let the trustees and patrons come out on that day and see what your children are doing. Mr. Commodore Lake is erecting a dwelling house just at the edge of the levee on the Owensboro and Hartford road. As soon as completed, his brother-in-laMr. Carden, will move therein. Rev. I. H. Teel filled his regular appointment at Alexander schoohouse Sunday evening. To say that Bro. Teel is a good christian man and only preaches from the Bible would be useless, for once having heard him you could not think otherwise of him. May he be instrumental in converting every sinner in this vicinity, is the constant prayer of KIMlEitllOOK. IIKAVKR DAM, Rev. E.E. Pate preached In School Hall Sunday night. A large party of young folks attended church at Goshen Sunday and took dinner at Mr. G. H. Barnes'. Rev. I. H. Teel filled his regular appointment at Hartford last Sunday. Miss Annie Renfrow, Sulphur Springs, is spending the week with her aunt, Mrs. Dr. G. F. Mitchell. Mioses Emma Barnes, Pearl Eblin and N, May Friend spent Saturday night and Sunday at Mr. G. H. Barnes', Goshen, Misses Mabel Hubbard and Annie Fogle, Hartford, spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Hattie Miller near town. Two of Hartford's most devoted couples passed through town Sunday afternoon on the sly. Mr. J. P. McKenney, wife, son, Oscar, and daughter, Miss Anna, spent Saturday and Sunday in Roch- v.". - 't ; ester. Mrs. II. Merrick and mother, Mrs. Hames, spent Tuesday in the country with Mrs. Tom Taylor. Mr. Warren Baker and wife spent Tuesday with Dr. J. J. Mitchell and family. Miss Queen Anderson, Caneyville, spent Sunday at her home. Mr. Allie Yewell, a former resident of our town, is spending a few days with Mr. J. Sowders. Beaver Dam now has nice bakery Louis Baker, baker. Mr. and Mrs, J.H. Nave spent Sunday in Hartford at Mr. T. J. Smith's. Rev. Turner and wife, Morgan-towspent Sunday in town. n, ; it 01 )i SCHOOL NOTES. We gladly welcomed Mr. Melvin Stewart in our midst Monday morning. Revs. Ashcraft, Fordsville, and I. H. Teel were present at Devotional Exercises Tuesday. Mr. Halley Brown, Rochester, and Miss Nellie Tilford, Cromwell, spent Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder Saturday and Sunday at their homes. World's Pair Highest Medal and Diploma. Miss Dora E. Gibson spent Satur day and Sunday at her home. Cnr. The Ilnrtlord l'liolo The entire school passed examinaA D. Taylor, the Beaver Dam Photographer, has located his Photo Car tion Thursday and Friday, it being in Hartford and will make Pictures the close of our first ten week's term. Attyh. here every Saturday morning till noon in the Hartford Photo Car. Mr. Taylor will be "found at his home Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder gallery in Beaver Dam balance of the World's Pair Highest Award. time. We are glad to say he ranks .Notice- up with the ablest Photographers in I will place my accounts in the hands First-claswork guaranthe State. of an officer for collection if not setteed. tled within thirty days. "When beauty comes he takes it; Enos McCormick, M.D. If there is none he makes it." s Daisy Drane. y TVhcn you.aro in a low stato of health, and on the vergo of .illness, thoro is no nourishment in tho world liko Are You Fortified? Scott's Emulsion o restoro strength. Scott's Emulsion nourishes, ens, promotes tho making flesh, enriches tho blood and tho wholo system. For Coughs, Golds, Soro Throat,. all conditions of Wasting. Buy only tho genuine! It has our on salmon-colore- d wrapper. TRADCMANK. trade-mai- strength of solid tones up BMBJ Bronchitis, Weak Lungs, Consumption, Scrofula, Anamia, L083 of Flesh, Thin Babies, Weak Children, and k . Soott A Bowne, N. Y. All Druggists. . " 00 oonts and $! '" t. ftranees piotel- - Owensboro. Kentucky. BE8T fare. opposite;texas DEPOT. NO LIQUORS SOLD. NO INEBRIATES KEPT. THE PATRONAGE OF ALL GOOD PEOPLE SOLICITED. Prop'r. letMeGive uu a ointer A Man Well Dressed 4 t , i Feels doubl dlessed Hi fc' LEAVE YOUR MEASURE DANCONA&& 10-G- DR. rCARSOXT - Garments WITH & puttlm. (0it , VELL FlTTINC AADETO ORDER CO. ' QUAKER CiTY All.rro. l' . . j. BAKING POWDER CREAM Ger-'man- , BAKING POWDK " Get our prices on Job Wok before ing elsewhere. Ofyonr Orocw an- - y 1y f With ten pennlM mt a lun-plD your pmnm wiu n-u- r II It U were wui noTcr us r f Hon- - nt Ul al'i all failure ThotewnoiiMQ.1.. u. i. low M For iuooeu will lr-- r vRl- - Ablutelrptn vhoUimt, xl (0.) .... .... .... ;:$ t&m. "H"! n .J CtolmipUeJoYtMr. - J n v i -- w f .) "xrr - rucz iLWf dk V- -- 3k. wf 5e "W tyfljjL 4- - ilb Mii A ,&g&?.muft M 7 Hartford Republican Friday, Novbmdeu 9, 1894. A DOCTOR'S PHILANTHROPHY by Afflfotod Thousands Chronic Catarrh Under Proo Troatmont. The first day of November, 1S93, Dr. Hattmsui gave his consent to take charge of the treatment of 10,000 cases of chronic catarrh free of charge. d The announcement was nt once in all the leading papers, when the applications came pouring in from With a every State in the Union. large number of clerks and stenographers to assist him, the doctor actually directs the treatment of thousands of cases by correspondence, which costs the patent nothing, except the necessary medicines, which are obtained at the nearest drug-btorTo become a patient it is only necessary to send name and address, describe symptonsand minute directions as to diet, sanitary regulations, and other advice will be sent promply. Wherever Dr. Hartman is known has become a the name of household word. It is safe to say that no medicine in existence is used by so many families as This is especially true of this time of the year, when the people are liable to catarrhal aflections, coughs, colds, has cured la grippe, etc. more cases of chronic catarrh than all other medicines combined. Tiie majority of, those who use it buy the remedy themselves, use it according to directions, not even reporting their case to Dr. Hartman until after they But now that a arc entirely cured. limited number of cases can secure the personal attention of Dr.Hartman free ofcharge, it is not to be wondered at a that many prefer to do so. never fails to cure catarrh when properly used. The Drug Manufacturing Company of Columbus, Ohio, are sending free to any address a book on chronic catarrh which gives the latest treatment for catarrh, coughs, colds, lagrippe, bronchitis, and all other affections of head, throat and lungs. pub-lishee. a Pe-ru-Pe-ru-- , h same interest in their purchase as lie took in 'the store, and would go to no cud of trouble to suit them, and to fulfill to the letter everything he promised. "Well, afiatrs went on in this way until he had been with us eleven years, when we concluded to take him into the firm as a partner. We knew that he hud no extravagant habits, that he never used tobacco, nor beer, nor went to the theatre. He contin ued, as at the beginnlng.to board at home, and even when his salary was the very lowest, he paid his mother two dollars n week for his board, He was always neatly dressed, and we thought it very probable that he had laid up one or two thousand dollars, as his salary far the last two years had been twelve hundred dollars. So when we made him the offer to be come a partner in the business, and suggested that it would be more satisfactory if he could put some money in the firm, he replied: "'If ten thousand dollars will be nny object I can put in that much. I have saved out of my salary nine thousand, four hundred dollars and my sister will let me have six hun- dred.' i "Can tell you that I never was more astonished in my life than when he said he could put in ten thousand dollars, and mosof it his own money. He never spent n dollar, or twenty-fiv- e cents or five cents, lor any unnecessary things, and he had his means." money in bank, where it gathered i "Reud It aloud," commanded small interest. I am a great believer denly? Neely, whllo Myrtlo nnd Bruco "It's nothing," whispered Alice. in the Bible, you know, and I always looked on much Interested. girl, giving her mother a good-nigkeep two placards, in big letters, up "Only I slipped on a bit of orango "ncro goes," sold Archie. "Hlt-- or kiss. 9 in the store. On one was this text: peel." elope. It's Greek to me." Soon this' birth night celebrntton "Shall wo stop and rest a mln- - ' 'He that is faithful in that which is "I think it Is to Druct," said a black cloud settled on Necly's horiutc?" Nccly lnughtng; "it is the transpoleast, is faithful also in that which is "Oh, no, no! It will bo better zon which foretold a storm, sition of a flower n benutlf ul sweot-scente- d much,' and, on the other: 'He that is presently, and I do so long to bo out t At eleven, just as tho company blossom the color was departing, Bruce Howell diligent in business shall stand before of this crowd." "Jealousy," whispered Bruce In and In time to see his former kings, and not before mean men.' ' She got with difficulty iuto tho And Frank Jones' success was the carriage which Maj. Truslow had rival, Archlo Dean, sitting it out her car. "No, goosey, It Is not green. It Then Necly's black literal fulfilment of those two texts. signaled, and as they drove away sho with Neely. IsU gem nnd a chronologicnl Instrucloud turned a dark and dizzy green. He had been faithful in the smallest lifted her veil and he could seo that ment also. Tho phrase you haro Archlo saw tho nspact of things, things as in the greatest ones, and sho was very palo. there, Archie, r.nd which Bruce conand it did him good. lie lingered "You havo hurt yourself seriousdiligent in business. That kind ofa strued into nn Invitation to nn ly, my child!" ho cried. "Let mo after tho others had gono until boy always succeeds,"concludcd Mr. Neely hnd frozen him out, nnd then elopement, Is what you made out of drlvo to a doctor's office" It yourself." Alden, A small boy of ten, who had "No," sho persisted, "it was ouly he roso to go. As ho did so ho "I remember," shouted Bruce, dropped a small folded paper on tho listened to the story with eager eyes, the least twist of tho ankle; It Is bettnblo; It looked llko a note, and the "the original word tra heliotrope." well as ears, said: 'but we don't ter already; only I am such a coward as "Exactly," laughed Nccly, "and superscription was In Necly's hand. have any kings in this country, Mr at bearing pain!" now Ictus have a game." While tho girl was formally seeHow Maj. Truslow would havo Alden, for diligent boys to stand be"I should ay that tho gamo wn liked to draw tho pale, lovely faco to ing Dean off, Bruco possessed himfore!' up," remarked Bruce, nnd nt that his breast and sootho her na one self of the note. He was green with moment the " Nothing succeeds like success," "Yes, we do," laughed Mr. Alden, lnt vestige of the green jealousy and tho color did not chango and nothing will more quickly insure "we have more kings here than in soothes a petted darling! But he when he cloud disappeared from the clear sky read In Neely's handwritforoborc. And never In all his llfo success than true merit. For fifty any other country in the world. We of their happiness. Detroit Freo had he felt so solitary and lonesomo ing these words: years, Ayer's Sarsaparilla has main- have money kings, and business as Press. "Hlt-- or I elope." when ho turned away from the tained its popularity as the superior kings, and railroad kings, and land cozy old houso on Main street, with "Perfidious girl!" ho muttered r. It stands upon its kings, and merchant kings, and pub- Alice Brooks smiling and waving an ' after tho fashion of the stage lover, TWO FOR ONE. own merit and never fails to give satlishing kings, and some of them adieu to him, as sho stood on tho and then Neely returned, and he broad stone steps. She would not I crushed tho fatal note In his hand isfaction. wield an enormous power." Wide let him wait until tho bell was an- and looked as If he had swallowed Awake. By special arrangements we ofler DINTBICT XO. 3.1. sweredshe had detained him suf- the poker and several ramrods. The school at this place is Poor Neely. She could not for THE HARTFORD RIU'UBMCAX ficiently long already, she declared. f A CHANCE ACQUAINTANCE." finely, uuderthe management Ohl sho never, never could tell him tho life of her mnko things comforta-- , and HOME AND FARM in combibio, for when she tried to explain ofProf. J. M. Stogner. how grateful she was for his kindnation with our paper for$i2Sper I that Archlo Dean had not been in- year, in advance, being the price of Messrs. Hiram McMillion and A. D. It was a mellow sprinjr dav unon ness. "Drlvo to the Severn house," sold vited, but had happened In, it only Stewart have opened a grocery at the sound, the blue water sparkling in the noon sunshine, tho far-of- f tho major, once more entering tho made matters worse, and her lover our paper alone. That is for all new Heflin. became a pyramid of frozen greencarriage. subscribers, or old subscribers renewHeflin Bros, have brought on a Long Island hills diademed with yelness, llko n mammoth plstnch Icelow rings of mist, and Mnj. Trus-loAs they ncared tho hotel tho maing and paying in advance, we send nice stock of new goods. leaning back In his easy chair, jor bethought himself as to what cream with nil tho sweetness left Rev. Yeiser will commence a series as ho carelessly glanced up and tlmo It might bo and essayed to out. She did not know that Bruco HOME AND FARM one year free. of meetings at Woodwards Valley the down the columns of tho morning draw out his watch the watch was had possessed hlmsolf of that mysHOME AND FARM is a 16 page first Sunday in next month. terious and ambiguous note. paper, passively enjoyed tho ffoldon gone! agricultural journal made by farmers Miss Annie Tichenor, of Owensbo-ro- , beauty of tho day, tho rush of tho But sho knew It next day after he "Hello!" he exclaimed, aloud. "It Its Home Department steamer's bows through tho shining must have been taken .on tho boat. had called upon her father and for farmers. visited her sister, Mrs. B.C. Baird, flow of tho dcop. is nncqualed Its Children's DepartHere, hackman, drive back to tho mother, shown them tho troublesomo last week. As ho sat thus tho voico of ono of boat as fast as you can!" ho bawled. dooument and asked them to inter- - ment is entertaining and instructive. W. G. Bennett and Mrs. J. B. Her tho boat servants struck on his car. Stimulated by a greenback Induco- - cede and prevent tho elopemont Renew now and, get this great agvisited the family of II. C. Simmons, "She's a sittin thero, cryln' as if ment the hackman rattled merrilv ' which had been surreptitiously ricultural nnd home journal free. last week. her heart would break; and there' over the stones, and in less than the planned Address all orders to THE HART-FORW. B. Westerfield and family visno kind o uso tellin' her it's all her stipulated ten minutes Maj. Truslow At llrst Neely laughed n merry, REl'UHUCAN, Hartford, Ky. ited the family of Mr. Dave Lake, own fault." sprang out of tho carriugo at tho wicked, musical laugh. Then oa near Hartford, last week. sho looked at the reeii faco of her Maj. Truslow lifted his head. Aa boat landing. no You .lent Jfn? Ho plunged his hand into his lover sho becamo indignant, and a genoral thlug, it was not his cusTrUK REI'UIIUCAN. We have with us for a .short time tom to Interest himself In business pocket to pay tho man his pocket finally refused to say a word olther in defense or explanation whllo ho An English admiral, says: "It is not his own, yet ho had acquired tho was empty. K.L.Entls & Co., representing the firm was present. So tho engagement g habit of hearing and noticing all that Pockotbook, keys, memorandum true, the service of AmeriCo , publisher!) of Rand, McNally caso wero aliko gone. And while he was ended, and tho love that was ca is not equaled anywhere in the went on around him. of the famous houso and ollico "What is the matter?" asked Maj. still fumbled vacantly In tho empty to spread out over a wholo lifetime world." It is also true that Ayer's maps. Every fanner, merchant, lawTruslow. "Whom aro you talking chasm a stalwart policeman stepped proved futile at tho first trial. Cherry Pectoral saves, annually, thouyer am! doctor tliould havo this useup to him, aud tho steward's voico of?" Neely went about with hor head sands of lives. Invaluable in"''sudden ful acquisition in his home. These was heard crying: tho air and a wrotched doprcsslon in "It's a young girl, sir, as has, colds, throat, and lung troubles. " 'Ero'a tho man; 'era ho Is I" taken tho wrong boat," answered nt her heart. Bruce contemplated young men live in our own State and Tho major Indignantly shook off all the different forms of suicide, tho man; "and sho do tnko on awcome highly recommended. They Tlic Wny to Nucrem. the grasp of personified law. ful." nnd had about decided on pads will tnko great pleusure in showing Almost every boy and young man "What aro you about hero? What green ns being the best for his pur"Whcro Is sho?" you tho work is your home? with wishes to succeed. If he will read docs it all mean?" ho Inquired. pose when a now source of Interest "In the upper cabin, sir." t pnce3 too low to mention. the following, hewill find some points "Why, you'ro tho gent as was was discovered. Archlo Dean was Maj. Truslow laid down his paper with Slippery Maggio all day, and dancing attondnnco on Myrtle Blair, that will do pin up in the front of and walked aft. Crouching on ono of tho sofas, took her ashore. Come, now, don't Necly's dearest friend, Bruce rehis memory: with her face hidden In tho pillow, stand starin', but tell us whcro you ceived several mysterious hints that Speaking of boys, Mr. Alden, one go- thero was a mistake bomowherc, of the most successful merchants of was a singularly graceful figure, took her." The major stood thunderstruck. whoso slender shoulders seemed to nnd from being green ho turned to a Philadelpia, had thefollowing to say: shako with "Slippery Maggie! whom on earth blue of the deepest dye, and finally suppressed sobs. "But the best boy we ever bed is sought counsel of Jlrs. Holllngwood, "Why, she's nothing but a school do you mean?" now with us, and a member of the girl," thought tho major, as ho laid And a chorus of voices explained Necly's mother, who had been his firm. He is the one man in the to him that the dovo-eyehis hand on her arm. lasslo of warm friend through It all, but was establishment that we can not do "Look up, child!" said ho. "What his morning's adventuro was no prevented from speaking by a solother than a noted Now York pick- emn promise extracted from her by without. He was thirteen year old are you crying about?" She sat up, disclosing an oval, pocket. Tho Now York police, too her daughter, when he was apprenticed to us, and "Go and ask Nccly hcrsolf about he was with us eleven years, acting flushed face. In truth it looked Into to arrest her departure, had tel all tho prettier for tho tears which egraphed to Bridgeport, but tho vot the note I in sure it never meant for several years is salesman. When SreType; sparkled on lash and cheek. Tho aries of justico In that unsuspicious anything," urged Mrs. Holllngwood. he first came, we told hjm for a long ' Tho thumb Is an imfolllnir Index soft, brown hair grow low on tho town had been completely thrown But Bruce was not ready for such of clinmclrr. The h'jiiare'ljfwln- time his whges would be very jmall, forehead, tho d eyes wero off tho track by tho limping old lady ' a sacrifico of his prldo yot. Ho (lliatrs u string will. Hint eiitriry and flrmnr.s. Clnrrly Billed Is tho but his salary would be increased at of tho softest hazel. who leaned on a gentleman's arm, waited nnother while, nnd then ho bjmtiilatiU T) c, tliu thumb of thoro a certain rate, every year, and, as it of adiaiiccil ldias and business Maj. Truslow's heart was stirred wucreas tuoy wero looking for a did just what ho ought to havo dono ability. Ilulh of tlic-- ljx a belons turned out, when, according to agreewithin him at so much lnnocont grief youug woman alone. in the first place If he hadn't been lo tho busy man or wumnnj and Demon it's Family .Mamzlnc pre"Bless you, slrl" said Dotcctlvo as green as a Christmas goose. Ho ment we should have been paying and childish beauty. pares erpcclnll) fur such prrsoua nhnlo vohmio of ntw litem, wont to Neely nnd said: "What Is It?" ho repeated, sitting Klngsley, "sho's a cuto one. Twenty-ehim five hundred dollars a year, we dins small spnee, " ilmt the ight years old and married "Tako mo back on probation, and ricord of ihe nhnlo world's work paid him nine hundred dollars, and down besldo hor. for a month tuny he nnd In half an I will prove myself worthy of your "Oh, sir, I have been so foolish!" twico; and looks like a gal o' fourhour. Tho Conical Type Indlcttea he neversaid a wordnbout an increase refinement, culture, and a love of sho faltered, tho brown oyca cost' teen; tnlks as if butter wouldn't confldcnco. I know that jealousy Is of salary. From the very outset he shyly down. iinnlc. )nr try, and fiction, A persrn "I cafno on board to melt in her mouth, and would coax cruel ns the grave." tilth this t)pe or thumb will thor. showed that he had an interest in the say good-b- y 0'iglily enjoy the lltimry attractions to a schoolmato who! tho oyes out o' your head, let alono of lKmortst'a Magazine. Ihe ArNeely met him half way, after the business. He was prompt in the was going to Now Haven, and I, tho watch out o' your pocket. So tistic Tjpo Imllmtis a late ot Hnd rare fashion of her sex. bi nuty nnd ort, w hlch vi morning, and il kept n little over must navo mistaken tno landing, for she's riddled you, has sho?" pleasure in the. tnagnlflci nt oll.plct-lir- e "And I will explain all about that of ioici. 1144x21 Inches, repro"But I know whero sho lsl" note," sho said, after they had kissed time at night, it never seemed to thoy tell mo this Is not tho Newj duce from tho original pointing by Do Ijongprc, the mutt celcbrntid of make any diflereuce to him. He Haven boat and and I havo no shouted Truslow, growing fairly and mado up. "You seo, wo wero IMtiK noutr.palnU.rs, which Mill money and mamma don't know purplo with passion. "Let us drlvo ho Blen to vxrij subscriber to gradually cameto know where everyplaying" Demorest'a Magazine for lntA. Tho there at oncol" cost of this superb work of arloaa thing was to be found, nndifinfor-matio- n whero I am." "Hushj" said Bruce, in a peremp).00: and tho reproduction And sho burst into fresh tears and' "Humphl" said tho dotcctlvo; tory ill.tliiRiilshed was wanted, it was to this boy 'o cannot bo Ikshlt this, an from the sobs as sho spoko. original. ciqultlte "that was nothing but a blind. liked, manner that somehow Neely "not a word about that misoil or r Frank Jones that every one applied picture is I "But thero is no sort of necessity1 'Tan't no ways likely you'll find hor erable noto nor our quarrel over it, In each.iiuniherof the Jltji. The entire establishment seemed to rlnc, and tho articles are so pro. thero." for all this tribulation, my runty and superbly Illustrated that until tho anniversary of our wedding be mapped out in his head, and every soothed the major, this tlmo child,", Mr, Klngsloy was right. the Macazlne is. In reality, n portTho day, Then, if I havo not ouoo been folio of art works of the highest thing in it catalogued and numbered, lng down tho brown curls that felt dwellers at Main street, respecorder. Tho rhllosophlcType is the jealous, you may tell me tho wholo thumb of the thinker and Inventor His memory of faces was equally re- llko silken floss boncath his touch, table old Inhabitants, could only tes- story, whatever It Is." of Ideas, who will be deeply interested In those developed monthly V&i markable. He knew the name of "Wo shall reach Bridgeport In a few tify that a protty young girl called To this his sweetheart willingly In Ucmnrest'a Macszlne. In ever? thoro and inquired if Mr. Mortimer agreed, and in tho happiness of Its every man who came to the store to hours, and tho faro is only ono dolt)i one of covernumerous departments, which the entire artistic and field, ihronlcliug every buy goeds, what he bought and where lar. You must allow me to pay it resided In tho house, Sho had thon reconciliation tho green cloud almost ecleiillfic fact, fancy, and fad of the day, for you, just as I would for a sister gono nwoy, and thero ended nil ontlrely disappeared from their hori he came from. I used to often say Demnrest'a Is simply 1 ierfect olew. Family Magazine, and was lonz ago izon. to him, Jones your memory is worth or a daughter." crowned (necn of the Monthlies. Maj. Truslow never saw nor heard "Oh, sir, you aro too kind," falBend In your subscription; It will Archlo Dean was tho best man at more than a gold mine! How do yon cost only 13 00, and you will have tered tho distressed damsel. "Only of Slippery Maggio again, nor his tho wedding nnd at tho samo tlmo dozen Magazines In one. Aridrera manage to remember?' watch and purso. And to this day tho announcement was mado of his W, JaxNiNesUsMoiiKST. mamma" New York, It East Hth Street, magazine. " I make it mybusinesstoiemem-ber- ,' "Wo can telegraph to her whoa ho U sonsltivo on tho subject of engagement to Myrtlo Blair. though not a fashion Hi perfect fashion pages.andllsartlclea he would say. I know that if I 'we reach Bridgeport, and you can chanco acquaintance In traveling," Tho year passed, ns years do, on family and domestic matters, will be of superlative Interest tn those can remember a man, and call him easily reach her by tho -- N. Y. Dally Now. without regard to Individuals, nnd possessing the Feminine Type of by name when he co mes td the store, evening train. Thumb, which Indicates In ita small tho first anniversary of tho wedding alze, alendernesf, aoft nail, and "Or I might go to a friend I havo andean ask liimhowthingsnrc going smooth, rounded tip, those traits The best way to avoid scalp diseas- day camo around. Neoly suggested there," suggested tho girl. "I havo which belong essentially lo the that tho samo company of friends bo rentier rex. every ona or whom should subscribe to on where he lives, I will be likely to been 111, es, hair falling out, nnd premature and I am easily tired." invited that had participated in hor uemorest-- Msgazine. If yon are unacquainted with keep him as a customer ' its for a specimen copy (free), "That would bo hotter still," said baldness, Is to use the best preventive birthday colobratlon when Uruco you merits, send that seeing these Til IDS his and pot will admit "And that was the exact case. He tho major. "1 will tako you to your known for that purpose Hall's Hair had In ou In tho wav of savins money discovered such a (law in tils Magazine everything to aillsfy thebr findingwantsona library ol friends of buyers. He took the friend's houso If you arc a stranger Rencwcr. made bappinoss. , At tho samo tlmo thoy Uto whole famill, la tho city." . . could make it a reception for Jho nr-rlv- "Eudrcly so, was tho dejected answer. "Oh, liow could I bo so carolessl" Thero was overy sign of a rclopso into tho hystorlcal weeping which ho had at first witnessed, but tho major made hasto to avert such a calamity. It was amazing how brief was tho journoy up tho sound after Alloc Brooks that was hor name, as tho major soon ascertained from her artless confession became his traveling companion. Her pretty Ignooonfcsslons, hor rance, her child-likInterest In everything wero all bo new and so charming that ho caught himself more than onco wishing that Frovidcnco had been kind enough to bestow upon him just such an Innocent, lovely daughter as this. "Or perhaps a wife," thought the major, with a curious stirring beneath his ribs. And tho major colored Involuntarily as Alice Brooks lifted hor eyes to his with some casual question. Ho was unfclgnedly sorry when they reached Bridgeport, and ho helped fasten a cloak round tho slight little figure and to knot a veil so as to hide tho curls. "Peoplo stare sol" said Alice, Impatiently. "You aro limping," cried tho major, in alarm, as they passed up tho gangway plank. "Havo you hurt yourself?" And ho started as ho looked down. Had some evil genius spirited away the beautiful young girl and left an ancient, paralytic old damo In her stead? How had tho child contrived to transform herself so sud e wine-colore- PAKOXYSM OF COLOK. ' 1IT MItS. M. L. IIAYNE. d bronze-brow- n They were having a birthday party nt tho homo of Nccly Holllngwood called Neely In short for Cornelia and as Mrs. Holllngwood was not feeling very well" they had omitted dancing nnd spent tho evening In games of nu Intellectual sort. The chango had pleased them nil, for It Introduced n variety of pleasing amusements, and when It was over refreshments wero served, and everybody enjoyed the occasion that Is, everybody but Nccly herself, whoso birthday wns being eclobrnted. Her disappointment was caused by the absenco of her lover, who had gone out of town en business, and could not possibly return before a late hour, when ho had promised to look In on his way from the depot. Neely wns tho girl about whom this story wai told: She had at tended n party after her engagement to Bruce Lovcll, aud he, not being Invited, wns naturally obsent. When sho wcut homo sho threw herself pouting iuto a chair and looked bored nnd discouraged. "Who was there?" asked her mothwas sitting up er who, mother-like- , for her. "Nobody!" answered Neely, In a pathetic voice. It wns only a week later when Nccly uttended another party, this tlmo under tho escort of her lover. That night when she went homo her face was radiant. Mrs. Holllngwood asked her usual question whllo Neely was waltzing about the room: "Who was there?" "Everybody," answered tho happy aeggega pair, Archie mul Myrtle. An all thv,o hu'l heard of tho quarrel without Unnwt."' of tho circumstance, nnd luul congratulated hem on their making up at lately-wedde- d 1 ex-a- ot tho time, tliev had no hesitancy In the wliclo mailer before them. Bi'sl.les, nil these young peoplo had been their ft lends aud chums bIiico Infancy. When all hnd assembled, Uruco made a Utile speech, after the fivsh-to- n ,,., - . . v . -- ,,.. . of tho surprised hol w holms received h crayon portrait of himself nnd says In 11 quivering voice: "I now rise to offer u few feeblo re marks." Ho said that "trifles er light as nlr nro to tho 01 jealous confirmations strong as holy writ." COUGHS, HOARSENESS, Hero there was npplnusc that would Bronchitis, La Orippo, Whooping have done the original author's noul Cough, Group, Asthma, good to hear. He continued that ho I Fnoumonia, wur one not cnMly jealous, but beiug And (or tho relief and euro o( all wrought interi'Uy.ions of laughter, Throat and Lung Diseases. after which ho dropped the language of hyperbole nnd said honestly that Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. he had nmda a great fool of himself Prompt to act, suro to euro. applajso but ho wished now to say that he had eradicated by hard work every trnco of jealousy from his nature. Then he sat down nnd I.OIIINVII.I.'.,Ur. I.OUIN A TKX.'lt. II HCHKUIII.K IN hPHKCT NOV. 1, 1891. Nccly arose. No, 53, Ko.61, "Let us have ngnme of anagrams, WEsrilOUNO. Dally. Dally. just as we did at my birthday party. I.T. Louisville 7.4A ft. m. 2S p. m. I will give you the transThis time ., West Point II , m, 7,30 p. m, positions, nnd you can form out of 0.17 . in. a 07 p. m. UrandenburK , Irvlngtnn 9 4 a.m. I 37 p. in. thorn tho original words." rphen'pert .............. ln.il a, m, .at p. m. Sho passed around n number of Cloverport ... loll a.m. Illp.m, slips of pnper, on ench of which some 11,11 . ni. 10.10 p.m. llawesville , Lewlsport sentence or phrnso was written. ll.tta.m. 10.14 p.m. 17: 16 p. ni, 11:11 1. in, Owensbnrn When sho handed Archie Dean his 1.04 p. in, I.M p. m. Hpotlsvllle slip, ho said: r. Henderson l:ia p. n. It 2ii n. in "Why, I hnd this before, but I No. M, No.M, chn't remember for my life what It EASTnOUNI). ttelljr. Ii'j laylug ;mm MSpSKR VnwHu9l9ffiI AjluJffr : , vvVl Poor Health means so much more than you imagine serious and fatal diseases result from trifling ailments neglected. Don't play with Nature's greatest gift health. FOR COLDS, rown's out of loiti.ttcak anil Rtnerally liauilctl. netMiui, J, hate tin npprltlc , anil caul moik, IicrIii Moncetak. He itfCMKllicnliie n'cillrliie.Klilihli ters. 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The ere at fluslness Trilnlnr School ol the South. 1 Knrllth. Tetchsrt', Scientific, and Clinic. Short-han'I slttrraphy. Type-- 1 rnuri. Ifutle. Art. anu Kloeutlon proviar rates ol LoJrJ and tuition. senu lor Wtitlni-- . and i'enniinjhlp, Pupils cn enttr all for. I catalogue. iny lime, hend lor catalogue. cnEBRT BEOS , rrop'ri. Bowline Orwn.Ky. WMentlon Caurta isilrad. Addrsn BOWLING GREEN t Come to Hartford -- TO SEE THE- - A o ' 10-G- Get our prices on Job Wok before ing elsewhere. !l d KTSfX SPRING OPENING OF C. L. Field's car of Buggies just from the Will JGO.OO long-lashe- Davis Carriage Company. He Bell o will phvo you MONEY by Buying from HIM. coii-dm-si you n Huggy, Harness, Lap Dunternnd Whip from up to $75.00. in Cincinnati. Tho Dayis Carriage Company has .tho reputa- tion of building tho best Buggy for the money of any Factory 111 So come and judge for yourself. water-colo- d fe: I NEW. 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