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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1894 hao1894111601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1894 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. U f. f iITk tvi:iiTir -- 01'- NO ItATKK n. t 'huj ' Mi-u- iaa rjajJJLH-Hj.w.uwiu'- ni THE REPUBLICAN ARB VKllY K15AS0NAIII.K AND LARGE-- . CIRCULATION IS VERY OF The Haeteobd Republican. OFFICIAL ORGAN Or THE PARTY IN TBE FOUF.TH HAVE YOU PAID mi Will I ti.h. WE DO JOB WORK CQME5SI0KAL DISTRICT. aSxroi'ST" ECLlxxcl. VOL. VII. show how you stand with Tho Republican. Pay up and onoyoarln Advanco and we will send you Tho Loulsvllla Unnhltl Pm WiniTtl f WUU JTUAI WUIIIIIIVIVIUI arte, n froo. Subscrlbo at onco. THIS TAG HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBBU meets on the last tiny of every year, and at midnight the chancellor solemnly ascertains the direction of the wind and Informs the board. They tlien draw their conclusions, nnd tho result is circulated tar nnd wide. The most favorable direction of the wind is from the northwest, and .should this wind prevail cery soit of happiniss may be expected during ne ensuing year. ine r.ine-w- : je.tr begins Feburitry 13 On that date, 1804, the wind was from the southwest. The clocks used in the observatory are nil water clocks, like the ancient clepsydra of the Romans nnd nu important pirt of the duties of the officials is to ritiK the . changes of the night watches on tne great bell of Peking: which hangs in the bell tower and weighs 120 000 ...! .....1 it . f&n, ... .!...... (tfiittnn.IIK.UIIIH.I.wi- 1G, 1894. PROFESSIONAL Latest U. S. Gov't Report. NO. 16. ivoRMrV 'iajm TM2 99XoPURE QUEER OAP ASTRONOMY. playing in the (shade, which was a strange thing for the boys to do. "Why in the devil ain't you worming that tobacco?" he yelled. "Ne'd doing it," they jelled brck. Durr went to the patch nnd found the big polntct doj busily engaged in working the plants, nu.l he was doing it faster than bolh of the boys could Durr was tickled to have done tie ith. After his own pitch had been wormed, lie hired the dog out to his neighbors at a dollar a day. All this can be proven by two or three men who never He. icve-nu- Highest of all tsssnaww tit Lcavcninfj Power. osn r bOTT ACCEPT IttlTATIONS. PCXCm I CAM-C IW" wtmmnrwttAMmMLt CO. CIW. rowniwnWiiw QUMMER EXCURSION ? irym Tliat o tho Ohinuso, For it iBasyocMoroly Astrol- cpy. llirrolH in, 'lrliMiiin illnrrtninr,!. Inn In till-- IT kiln: .tlmty l.lnlio- riilr1 Inwl riiim ni nt no Aipnr. nil iio MoiiilPrfiil Hell In c wtu urn -- Amowmvf pun 'jmMtMM3immuBii.T3BtiA.f uwuuLMXiarT. Baking bwder ID (She laughs rather OWKNSBORO, KY. Will praclico his profession in Daviess and adjoining counties, Special attention given to collections. Office, Bank of.Commercc Building. I LAWYER', ). t OARD. -- Ve7- ij-srrrij- B, Jns. illrnn, J.N.R. WedUla ,'LAWYERS, I GLENN & WEDDING, (Office, UAKltVllUtH.X. ANYWHERE! EVERYWHERE! ... o TICKETS .. vi T- -. .... I 6(iBsaDBaKMio&SQutiW6S(era RAILROAD, To ths Sprints and Mesatalns of Virginia. To the Lake and Woods of tho Ntrth, To tho Seashors and the Ocean, TO Abb. pUIlllUS, ilUUia 14 . ICl-bl- IHE PROMINENT in Tn TO RESORTS UNITED STATES AtlO CANADA Al WILL A. .B Pleasant Spots near Home: OHATBON BPKIKI, Famous forlhrlrilocUl, Healthful, and Kconomlc Advantages. X.OCAI. BAJjtBAYXtXCUKfllOrf TICXXTe re ou Mir between ill etatlons within die- LqTeof fifty miles .nil TTBV.K. KMD TICKBT8 will be sold totouls- ill, Mirapbla. and rsducab, from points I lh tidnlty of Uio cltlea. DAWSOK SPUDfaB, ' OHITTEtJDEN SPRING!, CTinUUCAN SPRINa, f . .trip ii anydlrrctlon will be furnished ou appli ration to any sgeut of the Chesapeake, Ohio & Southwestern R. R. adeilllng- - matter, describlnr any particular re i"tt or resorts, can procure same by wrltlua; to any ol the following : Kates, schedules and alt Information leg ardlne; aid any one requiring looks, pamphleta or any f V J. T.OO.VOVAN, Ct.t . h! TUket Art HOWARD rAiacio, r. JOLLY, IMUkl Tim All.. asvrms, f. Ctal B. LYNCH. rut Aft. LUtl.riLLI.XT. G. Ami W.J. UcBRIOE. Tn rtM Aft, loDlnlLi-a- , XT. iui, tr. J. CRAMMER. tn1 M,u(ir, LOtlSTILU, Cortcn Kelt Sloute (.St. Louis Southwestern Ky.) Arkansas, Texas TO mm . With tlirouqhCnr Service from IT 3 ONLY LINE 10 wi Courlitfe No cliuno ol Curs to OK INTKItMKMTE POINTS. Two Daily T ' l.'arridi! Pullman fiiitHt-laiiiiirigSlfi-porn- tlinuipli . ais uml - TruvuiHii Kruzitu; , tin jikI limlier And rcauliinj; llio pcroiiF town nnii ciii in 'he I itl. :ot jui- til It J- p. ' MitttnlMit fU this fHiiwk Cirn an) sft-- i ouj4jf,tt jf3rjrrF, ' tnirij -- Alionliiii' LAMJ fxceilcut msluru!i(l(iliuitlMi st tho entire j fur.nml cinnpuiathely close to the urent imirkfts. Coven d with '1 1MBKK LANDS. nliiioEt iuexliati'lihlo foriste ol yellow pine, cyprcsi uud the hard wood coniiuoii to AiLui'iiH and Kustern Texas. Cnn bo procured 011 reasonable and advantugcoua ternie. All llneiioiiiirrl wild nntl aitlr tlit til linvotirk-elKOi- UifA'tjS i Cotton Belt R ute Ack your nrnrcBt Ticket Agent for maps, time tables, etc., and write to any of tholollowing lor all information you may desire concerning the trip to tho Ohxat bouthwest. V. A. McCJUOWJ, Dis't TaesAgt., Louieqille, Ky. E. W.'LaBEAUME, G. P. A Tkt. Agi., St. Louis, Mo. J. A. EDbON, Geii'l Supt., 'IVxnrkaiia, . Tx lravEATSJEMAisar MUNifcCI.,wbohaYjhadnarl!rMtyyoara' uperl.noe In the patent buslnass. CommuDlc. A Handbook of In. uona.trletlroonflit.utl.I. orw ana fnrm.,lnn mnn.nl hf I Ii.nla liow to tain tbara sent free. Also oatalogu. ot paohan . leal and aot.mtoo bnoxa cent free. Patent taken tbroufU Itunn & Co. reoalT HMrt.1 nntlMln the HrlAiiMfln Ancrlrai. aad Uu. are bronUt widely before the inibllo i with out 00.1 w to. inTHiuir, jnn .ui.naia prw teraei 1 weeur. f aotiy uinsiraieo. naa 07 jar tee lar , t airoulatlon of aiir acleatlto work la tee mpla a rear. worla-S3 Edition, monthly, coplM lent free. f1.Ma7.ar. S)tntl aun dine Ana! .J .J.fmnta. Vrarr uuKibar ccntahia baaa w lafnl late. In colore, and photographs of house, with plana, ecablln builders to tow the Anoreis atMtaelfnaaiylMeureecnicta. AiUMM k CO, Kl n k vum dm .puAwnj.r, Tor a OAW I OnTAIN A l'ATKKTf Bronint answer and an hos.it opinion, write to COPYFUGHTS. It is struck by a wooden thick. beam, so that the noise made by " is not proportionate to its sie. nip Oli.orvul ory- In the drum tower nre kept the in China- - is in a Very incense sticks, which nre kept burn A tronomy piimttiw onditiou .The obscry.itu-r- y fug continually ana wlncli m.arK rue at Peking is Hie on y one belong- passage of tun? in conjunction witn ing to China which is, of any impor-- t the water clocks. Such are the primposinncf. It is Minuted upon a torrace, itive means which the Chinese for becoming acquainted with whiclrruns nlongc fortifications of sess the city and cayfili , it necessaty, be astronomical subjects, and though the history of Chinese astronomy beufi-- at a forlrejj'4 , gins with that ofthe empire, yet the The instiumOitx which for their hi". finical n vast majority still believe that the are rennrkable tercst nud nriist.'c bwaty r ilher th in earth is the immovable center of the New York World. world. for their bcieiitifi'vilue interesting ol thebe is the hugh most lie una Ilerrl.itHl Wrelt. bioiue cpi.tdrant 'ent by Iritis XIV The Corn Cuius man Have you t- - the Chinese Kmperor Kang Hi in seen him? I mean the corn cure man. t,ieaeen'&.iit!i century It is prob- He has a wishful look in his eye nnd ably the w.uA mtvlern and goes about the street with a batent the ::iot n: ".irate instrument story of how he does it." Sometimes The chief he will bob up in a storeor in an office, th? who' j co'leclion piece of thr obst rvatory is an and then again he collars his victim ormite brone lnstrutncnt by the coat lapel, and, like the an-- 1 which w.tt constructed by the-- chief cient manner, holds him with his astronomer ol the-- Kuiporer Kub'ni-kha- n "glittering eye." He can tell nt a 111 tht'i rtecuth century The glance as joit perambulate in and form of the instrument somewhat 'out the street whether or notjou have n ui"dern cqintoria'. but its corns ou your leet, and if he sees a This astronouse is pro'i'emaUcal man walking with a suspicious mer, whose :i mis was ICou Sh 1 King, is ten to one he will holdhitu up may ba called the Nap ileon of Chinese and tell him the story ol his corn ;t astrono::: , lor he- wis the first to medicine. The Gossipper encounter-c- d iiislrmiients of any practical him the other day. He pushed value, nnd the observatory owes to back his hat, and with a wise look hint nwrlj all of its nstronoinical ap- pent down into his pocket after hii celestial salve. He brought forth a battered The gigantic pliances sp'ierc 's in j'.hir obj:ct of intcicrt, tin box and removed the lid saying; thcu;h six 'ctl in didinitcr and ''This takes the com out by absorpwighir.j hits! tim a ton, vet. it can tion nnd docs not produce irritation! be rotate'. In a child, so caie-ful- h neither does it affect the epidermis ' 'in any manner, but leaves it softer is it tnlnticeil. first Tiieiustriiuierits arc nil of very and more pliable than when Utility put it on. You can put a little of this coiiiliuction. oruuiiiciil tl was a sicoi la-- y considprntion to marvelous compound on j'our corn and when jou get up in the nrd the native workmen whocnnstructp'l lh"i were far more morning j'ou can pull the corn out conccintd about the dragons with dead eisy " I asked him if I shiul 1 flame!? issuing tnini ttieir iiiouthsniid rub a little on mj' pocket if I could iheh.Ueous liguic i.dotiiing the pull out a dollar bill in the mom than .!uj weie alu.ut the ing. He looked at mew ith n strange, t the I'.hi.Nii.ns. suspicioui eye, and moved on withticctir c Sunday Star. Tin nii'iiliT of fien eiiip1oel lij out replying g m the (.Vleti 'I govftnuiciit to 111 itl 'f Iii cases where dandruff, scalp disllje iilierr-tm- y is vi ry lrg;. Inclii'l-li- i eases, falling and grajness of thehair ill'.lu' . l!i..il.s an.' .salnriid -- tud y do not neglect them, but 'i'htie- - is a c'i in . appear, ealv t'..ero aie-- 20 a proper leniedj- - and tonic like ceV'-- r at ihc head. s: ' .ifier III a an Hall's Hair Kenewer rtf. di'cUir . i a,i I issisrant w.l.o t mi'iibr. A sub1 lecora The Youth's Companion is soon to post in the l'fkiii,; okservatory, enter upon its sixty-nint- h j'car of thonii h iiuriiy, U miderol t le-- publication, nnd ns one sajs who very iuiportnnl position, and the has bien n conMnnt reader of its colpre ent cliatice!l')t is an urcle to the li ms for more thnn thirty j ears, "It c iiicror. has steadilj improved year by year." His hiitxirtliirilfs me also men of Its articles cover the whole having n field of life and experience.furnishing rank, the Uvu riht i the button ol precious stoi.es a vast amount ot valuable and enterof the sea taining reading of a character not nnd its jeweled nim-jraven, uuicli is worn uu the heart. found elsewhere, and of so great a (iboui the variety that The Companion interests Tlieir office-- arc u e.hina which arc,) because alike each member of the family. only they n'o te ha.-e- the calculation tables The Prospectus for the volume of which the Jesuits iutroJu:ed in the 1895 announces an unusual array of scenteenth century ."ami thej keep attractions; fourteen serial stories, a them cue ully liiJden a a ay. wealth ol short stories, anecdotes, adventures, One ofthe principal features in a humerous sketches, modern observatoiy is a telescope. science and home articles, timely edIn the Peking observatory there is itorials on all important questions, not a single telescope, and never has and more than two hundred original Lecn one, or at leatt there is no rec- poems of the highest class. Full Prospectus and specimen copies ord ot it. This is net astonishing in New subwhu.li the Chinese sent free on application. vewoftheuse send $1.75 now will remike ot astronomy. The only real scribers who value it Ins for them is to determine ceive the paper free tojanuary 1, 1895, their numerous feast das nnd the nnd one vear from that date. It comes dates of ulolotrous feasts which the every week. Finely illustrated. Tim Youth's Companion, Boston, emperor periodically holds nt the teaiplea when he executes the Mass, viious sacrifices and perforates the rites laid do.vn in the sacred books. Of interest to Ladies. The scalp Th? aslrouoaiy of the Chinese was may be kept white and clean, and the in MC, .Ttd is yet, merely astrology. hair soft, pliant, and glossy, by the Tne drty of fixing these dates falls use ol Ayer's Hair Vigor. This prep". ', the 0GW1I" of the observatory, aration never fails to restore to faded Llllll the cuiu.il of tl.e board also nli jrray hair its original Color. Sold .W9.t iuuyw:'u:wvtnwwwi by druggists and perfumers. r.r. conye-qitent'- y i- hob-b'c.- it Tlic Toledo nreltly lllmln. Of the now nearly twenty thousand I.aiit (Utc. a widow, need T regular publications in the United SVDir. DCANB, her unmarried Rhtcr. nerd SI s Scene Iloudolr In Lady Kayo's States, they nre but two or thiee wc'cuv uewsnaDersmiblishcd forccn Oale Afternoon Prcrent day Tlmo' . c:renffttl0n in . .Very state and r.nrivPnvi.M ti.ni inMniir ..Athese. the Toledo nice it is 'to huvo youJiorc, duarlel ,r,:,rtrv cf U'uliltr AJiaub Itl ftm noaf hum til vj It was really rather Inconsiderate of iiejMr tllnrl 13 .ii. www flMfl , popular of thetu all. It is the oldest, Aunt Charlotto to carry you off last bttt known, and has the largest cir- - vintcr just as I camo back to town. Sybil And I simply longed to re!?rti- suleitl.t llAWlWw.'Mia tV.atl i Ul nmrn tllni! f.iiwaaw--t - Vi has been a regular visitor to main with vou. jearsit Lady Raj'o (handing her a cup of every porton of the Union, and it is tea) Perhaps it was as well, though. ' well known at every one of the sixtj You would havo had a very dull, not tllousaml9 0(,i post offices ofthe coun to say sad, time of it. But now I'm th lt is made especially for family going to mend mj ways, and you reading. It gives the entire news of must help me. Sybil I? How? the world each week, in such condensLady Rayc You must teach mo ed form as will save reading scores of pages of daily papers to get less how to bo young nnd happy again. Oh, Sibbie, I feel such a fossil Republican in the polinformation. Sybil (laughiug) You don't look it al-- 1 itics. Temperance in principle, in thai gown. , ways on the side of justice nnd right, Lady Raye (stirring her tea penit is just tlie paper lor uie rising gen- sively) It is very sweet of j'ou to eration, nnd a great educator lor the say so, dearest, but 1 know what ' whole, family. Serial stories, wit and havoc India plaj's with tho comhumor, short stories, Household de- - plexion. Sybil, I'd give ten years of nnrt,iin,it flimcllnn Tllirpnll Tnrill itr- - my life to have j'our roses. t partinent, Camp I'irc. Sunday School Sybil Good graciousl Why? Lady Raye (blushing furiously) and young Polks are a few of the think women with dead I many other prominent feature of this Men alwaj's white skin powder. great-paper- . A special copy will be Sybil (calmly) And so they do. mailed free to anj' address on appli- Some more cake, plea&o, dear; It is cation, mil the publishers invite anj' delicious. person to send italonglist ofnddress-e- s Lady Rayc (cutting a slice) I'm to whom they will mnil sample glad you like it. copies. Thcj would be glad to mail Sybil (enthusiastically) And such of hundred specimens to ducky little cup. But everything In a couple the house is delightful, this room esreaders of this county. TheWeeklj Blade is a very large paper, and the pecially. Your taste, of course? Lady Rayc Yes. Do you like the price is only one dollar a Address Tun DLAi)B,Toi.Kr)0 Ohio. tone of the walls? I never felt qulto -- AT KANDOM. isfnctlon tome, orer Anderson's Basaar.) ( hj'sterically.) Sybil (nervously) Do you know, denr, I'm afraid Lady Rayo (lightly) Of what? Have some more cake? byuii pxo, tuniiKs. ine lactui, l tlli"U 8l'.STth.e. ,cal' yu Know-m- ust have been I. -- " unity uaj'o tpuiiniR uown ino frame) Whatl C!..l.!1 .I ...l!.w.1.. ttTnll .I... oyim iiwii, uvm, lie proposed to me. Lady Rayo (slowly) He proposed to you? Sybil (nodding) And I refused him. You see, dear, I could not mnrrj a man who wore such frightful tics, could I? (Sho picks up tho framo and looks smilingly at tho photo.) Lady Rayc (mechanically) Then you wero the ideal? Sybil (blushing faintly) I suppose so. And the white muslin frock was vue'pre-e-utiiiKtjr- Will practice their profession in al. tno courts ot Unioanu adjoining counties, and court of Appeals, Special attention given collections. Also Notary Public for Ohio county. ,rf James aSw.Smlth, JTTBB1Y JT j HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office east side 0! public square. M. L. HBAVRIN. HEAVRIN & lf 'I SlIhUlY TAYtOR. TAYLOR, 1 Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. I quite the Courts ot Ohio nnd adjoining It. What a pity he didn't know wo counties, nnd in the Court ot Apwere sisters. He would not have peals. Special attention given to bored you about me in that case. collections. Office, next door to Lady Rayo (wearily) Oh, I don't Bank ot Hartford. suppose it would havo made much difference. Y'ou would still have remained a bright and striking conPerry Westerfield, trast to me. Give me tho frame, want to take the photo dearest; I out. really pretty. Emestlnomado Will practice thier profession in all Attorney at Law. Beaver Dam, Ky. Grizff-y J - dm-(tiu- The Republican and Home and Farm both one year for $1.25 in advance. to Hubsdbrr. The date on the label indicates the time to which yrur subscriptiou is paid. This servcsMjoth as arcceiptaud an expiration notice every week. the date printed after your name ou the margin of this paper, and see if itis correct. If not correct, time please to let us know. It has expired, please renew ntonce- Ex-aini- u .You can by paying your subscription, and one year in advance, np-pl- 1 get 1be Louis- lri a to-d- ville Commercial, or New York Tribune or e year. If you are not a subscriber, subscribe at once. Nlrnjoil Fiom my farm near Beaver Dam one red and white spotted heifer, two years old, marked one split in right ear an.l has crumpled horns. When last seen was near Lewis Cook's. Any information as to her whereabouts is-s- t will be amply lewarded. K. P. diie-ctot- s e , oii-bi- - Barnaiui. The Ilnrlloril IMioto Cnr. A D. Taylor, the Beaver Dam Pho- tographer, has located his Photo Car in Hartford ami will make Pictures here every Saturday morning till noon in the Hartford Photo Car. Mr. Taylor will be found at his home gallery in Benver Dam balance of the time. We are glad to say he ranks up with the ablest Photographers in the State. First class work guaranteed. "When beautj' comes he takes it; If there is none he makes it." Better Cure THAN 1 CONCEAL. - VIOLENCE. That b what the ordinary pilla and bowel medicines de neud upon. That explains why your Witein Is in a worw .11 In ftAntirl than before. AndUutl lets are the bort things W too worm w stomach and bowel There, bo trouble. .ll.tiioVukt-iw. ZBUOKCVEllllIll f VsMaA Uon afterward, and frWr help lattM. One tiny, wgar-ooatoBilious HoadacUei. DTSUII ulo 1 a .genuo laxauv. w d They j CURES (BEST Z OINTMENT NOTHING BUT PILES. tares are cathartic. rsmw, CERTAIN CURE f A tURK and IB year as tho 7 m known for REMEDY for PILES, ai.i DKwaaiaTe. aof.it bt j V They're the rmallent, the easiest to take and tho cheapest, for they're iuarantfed w Mva aatlafactlon. or your money is returned. Buy of reliable dealors. With any others, . r. . rill aoiswtniuT cue that riAnt tneni betU I nmtuimo 'be urtred an "just fl BOOd." Per-you. hari It U, for rftw ; but it cau'tbe. for Jrbr a porfoct and permanent cure of Ca tarrh, tax vr, Hage's euru iwwwj. V Tlie t'nnlno Tobnrru Wormer. Danville Advocate saj's: The "Speaking of funny things, did ever hear of a wonderful dog owned by John A. purr, who Hveo at arsdill. a little town in Mercer countj? He worms tobacco, He be- gins at the end ofthe row and goes down the line at a lively gait and no worm is left to tell Xw tail ofthe ol.te wrought, frflog learned this trick by following Dun's- - little boys. . .,mtj,cf!lr ,,nwn ,t, row the dog would lollow them. Af--' ter watching the youngsters for several dijs the dog caught on to the work himself nnd took a great liking to it One day Durr went out to his tobacco patch and found his boys u ?r des-SnSt- A Fair Skin, rnEE V6 rnou PIMPLES. OILS,1 MJSr JaSaisssssSBwV 1 i Blotches, BASH, 9"W Is Or any other defect, originating In IMPURE BLOOD Booored by Thin? Sarsaparilla Haa Cured oThera, Will Cur Yeu .S&, fei.5?v AVER'S Sybil (handing it to her) Why? He looks very nico in it; much nicer than he ever did In real life. Lady Rayo (petulantly) I can't bear to have It In the room. His eyes follow mo about coldly and scornfully, just ns they used to. .(Sho teai-the photo across and across.) You must Sybil (reflectively) hate him very much, or certain about them." , Lady Rayo (clenching her slight Sybil (tfrmly) Just right; the hand) Oh, I do I do. It makes me citron shade throws up water colors positively miserable to think that as nothing else could. What a soma day I shall havo to meet him charming sketch that is. (She rises again. to look at It.) Perhaps Sybil (hesitatingly) Lady Rayc It is one of Madethere isn't much likelihood of that, leine Lemairc's, the general gave it dear. to mo for my birthdaj the last but Lady Raj-- (pausing as sho Is one, that is. about to throw tho torn photo into Sybil Those popples look qulto 'the fire) What do you mean? downy. Good graciousi Leslie, who Sybil (boldly) Didn't you hear of is this? (Picking up a photo framo his death? from a small table.) Lady Raj'e (gaspingly) His death I Lady Rayc (quickly) Who? his dcathl (She sways, and falls in a Sybil (still holding tho frame) heap on the bearskin rug.) o Capt. Rodney, I am sure. Sybil (remorsefully, knceliug Lady Raje Do j'ou know him? her) Leslie forglvo me, darSybil 1 saw a good deal of him tho ling! It wasn't truo; I was only in I wanted to find out If you season I camo out, two thrco years fun. really hated him. Black and White. ago. Whcro did you meet him? Lady Raye (taking the framo from BRYANT AS AN EDITOR. her sister) At Poona in '92. Ho never told me Ho know j'ou, though. Ho Fought Fairly and He Ruipect.d Sybil I suppose he didn't discover His Adversary. the relationship. (Sho sinks comIu 1823 Bryant gavo up tho law fortably into an ea3y chair.) What finally, resolved to corn his llvingby did y'ou think of hl-- i? liis pen. He removed to Now York, Lady Rayc (dusting the framo tenwhcro ho was to reside for tho next handkerchief) der with her cambric fifty years. Ho was appointed edI never camo across a more obstiitor of tho New York Review, to feld nate, priggish, which ho contributed many poems, low In ray life. among them that beginning wlUi Sybil (laughing) Wbnt a sweepline: tho ing criticism; I can't say I noticed "The melancholy days havo come, the saddest yeur." ol tho all that; but I thought him distinctOno of tho poems by othor authors ly second rate. Well, hla which ho published In tho pages of Lady Raye (hastily) people are quite decent; ho told mo tho New York Revlow was tha "Marco Bozzarls" of all about them. Sybil Oh, did you know him well Hallcck. But tho Review did not prosper. Beforo it ceased Bryan onough for that? You became an editorial writer on tho Ludy Rayo (hesitatingly) Evening Post. In 1829 tho resitor sec the general took a tremendous fancy to him, so ho was always in in chief died, nnd Bryant was promoted to his placo. Ho already tho hous'e. h of the paper, and Whut a owned Sybil (sympathetically) he was now cuabled to Incrcaso bis bore for you. This nbaro ho Lady Raj'e (quickly) But ho was holding to very unobtrusive, I assure j'ou. retained to tils death, and It became) Never in tho way. Tho fact is, ho Increasingly profitable as tha yeara went by. For tho last halt of his disliked mo as cordially as I disliked long life Bryant had an assured him. from property in his own conSybil (doubtfully) Really, Lcsllo? Yes, really. Ho trol. Ho had" to work hard, 'but ho Lady Rayo was his own master. In his editorthought tho general had committed a gravo indiscretion in marrying ial writings, as in his poetry, tha bundlo tono is always full of dignity. Calm such a vain, empty-heade- d o of nerves. That was the character In his strength, ho was both temper-atIn expressing his opinions and he gavo mo. Ho fought fairly Sybil How do you know? Ho and ho respected his adversary. Ho didn't Lady Rayc Tell mo? Oh, no. ' As was never a snarling critic, either ot men or of measures. Ho elevated .a rule ho was even moro successful the lovelof the American newspaper, in disguising his feelings than I was. But you know what a woman's mado but it was by hlu practice, not by Ho was cholco in his of. Even when ho was most punc-- . preaching. tlliously civil I felt it. And onco or own uso of words, and there was In twice, qulto by mistake, ho said tho olllco of tho Evening Post a list of words and phrases not allowed In things 'that hurt. its pagc3. I always thought him odd. Sybil Tho editorial articles which BryLady Rayc He had some Impossiant wroto for his paper day by day ble ideal In whito muslin and a legfor more than fifty j'earshavo nover horn hat, whom he conjured up sevbeen collected, and probably they eral times ns a sort of blessed examwill bo, though thoy aro a hisple to poor, unlucky me. She niusj. never tory of the United States for almost If sho ever really have been a prig, did, half a century. Tho letters written and I believe existed when ho was uovcr told mo her iinmc. to tho Evening Post, though ho on liis travels, havo most of them Is tho flro too hot for you, dear? ..,it,l,ttn1 rtrnnds.- - Mat. l.rk.m Sybil Rather. I'll movo my chair. thews. In St. Nicholas. ... Goon about the Ideal. r---7 JSfT Lady Raye (frowning reflectively A Lawyor's Qrlevancs. & nt the photo) Sho was a bore. I A case Is about to btrled in London't know why, but I always felt lawfrantically jealous of her. Sho was don thnt Is a peculiar one. A yer is going to nsk u judge and jury very young, for 0110 thing; and she to consider his grievance against was fond of innocent amusements, newspaper, which consists in nol In her father's for another. Taught In its columns. Sunday school, and had never heard mentioning his name You know tho kind of It is alleged that this 'particular of Verlainc. paper printed his nnmo only in reAnd that white muslin person. omitting gown I 1 feel convinced that It was porting cases lit) has lost, That it in cases whcro ho bus won. Sau too Hkimpy In tho skirt. thought lias always boon a deep sat- - Francisco Argonaut. 3 e bo-sid1 sulky-temperewell-know- n Fjtz-Green- o one-eightone-halgood-tempere- X jfl I.D.aUFFT. 6S ggttorneys IRingro, B.D. 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Friday, Novkmubr If King Politics bo willing wo now inovo that everybody tnko a rest. from five to twenty-fiv- o dollars to hunt on tho enclosed lands of another without his consen t. It is u fine ol When may tho peoplo hear from I ! The readers of the RnrunucAN I pre$ -. . 6 39 52 37 50 30 4- - 5- 48, 38 48 27 36 49 27 38 49 39 49 7 sume will be a littlcsurpriscd to meet 00 156 113 143 105 42 174 102 145 116 30 150 no II4 27 162 108 20 149 110 24 147 113 143 107 3S Select- -- So 34 22 78 20 83 7s 38 19 32 75 33 25 4 79 31 77 29 23 3" 75 3 with a communication from one whose 79 31 30 Heiie's dimes to doughnuts that Horse Branch ..I 126 66 11 128 68 127 66 38 127 74 124 68 38 65 39 69 38 128 69 35 127 67 128 70 37 126 pen has been still so long, and whose in a days journey you could not find I Cool Springs . . 4 46 53 45 56 48 S 48 M 51 5 5 5 55 46 52 46 5 51 52 47 00 53 45 47 45 voice, once a noisy factor in some of tho 6 129 157 116 152 Rockport . . . . 130 152 124 151 a task half bo uninteresting as 41 127 158 24 119 157 32 98 184 32 32 122 15 32 120 151 120 151 Ohio county's political contests, so Fordsville r. 31 31 236 127 3 245 125 236 123 235 130 31 248 117 32 236 120 31 235 119 241 132 29 235 121 240 123 reading of an 8 69 66 8 8 65 65 8 65 65 63 67 671 8 64 64 70 Shreve . . , , . 67 long unheard. But when we take in65 68 00 66 67 66 64 9 65 38 115 28 47 in Actnaville 36 113 3 39 24 3 41 112 43 30 47 37 109 29 38 109 32 104 37 112 to consideration the astounding Nluirk rightlnc- 81 82 35 22 81 80 23 . 80 38 24 82 80 37 22 80 22 81 22 Buford . . , . , I 25 78 36 2 36 22 24 37 23 The attention of our readers is "A gentlemen was telling a party events of last week, the accomplish 58 Baitlctts 72 60 59 75 58 00 77 58 74 58 59 80 58 74 74 57 5 5 59 55 75 58 59 74' .57 75 ment of objects long hoped for. the official of us about the way visitors are en j 48 49 Htfliu 48 46 23 48, 44 21 47 44 called to the table giving tho 9 23 49 46 22 47 44 50 46 00 49 47 48 45 25 54 45 tertained down at Nassau," said A. realization of the dreams of numervote of tho county in tho recent elecTotals 892261 1880 2123 1821 703 2284 1889 2165 1897 5932170 1876 51. 2176 1849 60221781815 5792181 1816 2187 1851 602 2230 1844 ous aspiring young men, whose hon tion. Its careful perusal will reveal II. Lewis, the well known correspon68 381 Pluralities 386 363 365 336 293 395 302 327 est convictions, cast their lot with surprises to him who believes that dent, at Willard's. They have a species of sport there that makes the minority, thus holding them 1-11 time docs not change things bull fightingns insipid as noodle soup. back; the trend of the masses to the stituency hold them to account. Now The white people treat us better than Magisterial Voto. restoration of American industries From November loth to January It is nothing less than catch-weigIIAKTrORI) MAC.tSTKATi: and thrilt;thc evident disposition up- comes the wrangle, they saw their , we treat one another. allowed to shoot par1st nimrods are events bedoom, "damned it you do, and damnSecond, we do not practice friendRepublican, A. S Aull . . ' tridges provided they do so outside of tween 'sharks. The harbor of Nassua on the part of the people to wipe out ed ifyoudon.t " ship enough We have too much Noble "G.J." Gives an Account of Democrat, W. P. ltcnii , . . . 490 enclosures, or inside enclosures if they abounds in sharks of the man tnting British influence and interest in our If they pass a Free Trade bill the nnlice about us. Populist, Bennett . affairs, so much to our detriment, no have previously obtained consent of variety, ranging in length from four His Visit to Ohio signs told them that there would be Third, We arc religious and not Anil's plurality . . , 9? to ten feet, and they are always one need be surprised to see or hear no more Democratic Congresses, and pious enough. tho owner or tenant. CONSTAIU.K County. ready for a scrap on a hint of provo- ebullitions from numerous sources. if they did not touch the question, Fourth, the grandest disgrace Republican, Ilona liovvn . . 571 The great Republican victory is suffiSince tho election is over you can't cation. everybody would know that the Chi- a'rong us is n negro voting the Democrat. Njc.indi lite. find a respectable news item even "There arc always fellows loafing cient to evoke not only this, but not cago platform was a "delusion and a Democratic ticket for whisky and And SondB Orootings to Populist, No cut li late. with a search warrant. The landslide about the quays who are willing to a little exultation upon the part of snare" to obtain an unsuspecting old second handed clothes. I don't pvprv Rpnnhlirnn. tvlmcn nritiri1c Shown's majority . . . . vs;i Some ol tho Boys. give strangers the delectable pleasure was such a sensation that no happenThe result was a hybrid, see how a negro can make up his have so long been scorned, whose raaJ"ly CKOMWKI ft MAHISTHATIt. well of watching a shark fight. ing since that event however i half horse, half alligator," which mind to vote in that direction after 560 "The way they doit is interesting. party so often the object of ridicule, struck at everything, benefitted no- looking at his freedom nnd having toMtrriiixj AnoitTTii:m:iiATt:it' Republican, J01IJ U. Wilson . magnified escapes tho painted and and too often I am sorry to say of Democrat, II, Toiter . . , 409 universal judgment that it is stale. When their services are engaged they down right ubuse. body but England and downed our n right to serve God under his own Populist, No cindioMe. procure a live pig and take it out of I.iiiiASos, Ky , Nov. 13, '94. vine and fig tree. Who gave us this wool and sugar interests. We as a party have long been watch Wilson's majority . . . 151 Of course the grit and gristle that the harbor and tie it to the top of i How about Editor But the 'Wilson bill was to some grand and glorious privilege? God 'con.vtaiiCk. enable "Cash" Clay to pour a one of the buoys. A lot of white pa- ing the evolutions in parties and pol would gave Abraham Lincoln the mind, the the "shame faced" Rcpublicans of Republican, Maitln . extent a settlement for a time of the , . speech into a red-hper or chips of wood are then thrown itics in our prosperous, northern, sis- question so business partially reviv- brain and the power to so do Then Ohio county now? I remember readter states, never daring to hope for a Democrat, Porter v ., , 420 pro slavery audience when his only into the water to attract the , . ed, not from the merits of the bill, all negroes, I think, should vote iu a ing nn article in the Lebanon Enterchange in our "Solid South." But im ropunsi, j cr.i 1(1.i.e. supporter wsb a brace of pistols, sharks, and the boat, which is always but because the pledges of the Chica- way that respects the memory of prise, reproduced from the Hattford that change has come, "on the wings Martin's mojotity . . , V. 116 would enable him forty years later to J one of the harbor tugs steams off a Abraham Lincoln, the friend of the Herald, which commented on Hon. of light and shadow," and of course go platform had no. been redeemed. MAtltSTKATK.' HUrORH outstrip his progeny when he was on little way to give thestrangers aboard we Thouas Jiwrl. John W. Lewis' speech nt Hartford on are reasonably elated. I presume Immediately the cry went for the colored people. a chance to see what follows. The the 15th of September List. The Her- Republican, No candidate. bent. business is reviving under the operamatrimony Haprrlatrnfltnra lilta. Democrat, Den Graves . , , 185 sharks come from nil directions and that our good Democratic brethercn, tion of the new tariff, when in truth Monday, Nov. 198 o'clock, N0.3 ald man spoke, I remember, of a very Populist, Hen Xctton . . . 5 The crying need of Ohio county is proceed to leap up for the pig. Their when they recall their own successes, it was a result of what the Crongress colored Uise Eliza M. Deaa. 1 1 "shame faced set of Republicans" iu demonstra joy and noisy Graves' majority , . 35" better roads and tho attention of our unsuccessful attempts to get the inHartford after that speech. O.i whose o'clock No. 83 Mias B:ll Whittin-hil- l. tions, and exultations, will pardon had not done. constaiim:. county dads should be so riveted by teresting poker set them wild, and The result of the last eltction now 11 Lyda face is the shame now? It is truly Republicau, Nociudidate. 2:30 o.clock, No, our long drawn huzzas. this question as will they go to fighting each other somewonderful how so tunny men could the people upon points to the complete control of all Martin. I often think of what it too often Democrat, I'.itton 184 insure all possible means of improv- times as many as 300 of the voracious . the branches of Government at Wash. Tuesdiy, Nov. 208 o'clock, No. vote for a man who mortified them o Populist, Mnrttu costs an aspiring young man in the ! . . , , 128 in a speech n ing our road system. Let tho cry of fish are engaged in a battle royal, and years nencc, ana wuu 11 61 Miss Siddie Davidson, it o'clock, ingion Patton's majority 56 . numbers are killed." From the South to be a Republican, always in The little fellows and little news-pipeto American indutries. This No. 8 colored Miss Minnie Taylor, better roads go up from every quar-the minority; wealth and influence on undoubtedly Washington Star. rORDSVlM.i: MAGISTRATE, evthat .sought to underrate Mr. will have a good eflect 2:30 o'clock, No. 85 A. P. Thomas. ter, from every hamlet and from m Republican, lulling the other side; social astracism some- from 344 the present. Industries will Wednesday, Nov. 21 8 o'clock, Lewis and misrepitser.t him and the Democrat. Ellis Enjcli'Ii J.cniln. ery school district and the battle will , 290 times his fate. In a word all to lose speeches he whs making, cm now Populist, Lee from this prospect have an upward No. 25 A. Mefford. Of modern languages, there is no 11 o'clock, No. be half won. 78 and nothing to gain, save the joy a Boiling's plurality tendency. doubt that English stands at the head Commerce will revive to 51 W. G. Gardner. 2:3oo'clock, No. see how the people rcgarJeil him nnd 54 the sage of the list in the extent of its vocabu- consciousness of duty performed al- a great extent, but will this and this CONSTAIIM!. his magnificent efforts among them. Hon. Cassius M. Clay, 9 Ozna Shuitz. ways brings. Rcjniblican. Oiler 328 ol Whitehall, tho eminent Abolition alone get the credit? I fear not. We lary. It has borrowed from all other Thursday, Nov. 22 S o'clock, No. It was my pleasure to furnish the Democrat, Payne I 289 Too often the everlasting cry of . must consider that a Democratic 28 Robert McLellan. 11 o'clock, No. press with many accounts of his Pojnili.st, llasham days and civilized tongues, living or dead, and ist leader of ,81 meetings, espeehlly in the Western . Oiler's plurality statesman of ability, married Miss even from barbarous ones, and has" nigger is sung in his ear, about as lower House holds another pear, a 30 Jno. B. Taylor. 39 ROSl.S'K -- M W.ISTKATIi. Friday, Nov. 23 Miss Alice Plum-me- r. end of the District, nnd it is plain Dora Richardson last b'aturday.under coined for the express necessities applicable to him as horse, mule, or Democratic Senate and a President of Republican, C L. Woodward 610 scientific and ape is to a member of a society for the same faithwill I10IJ two years 114 11 o'clock, No. 8 Mrs. J. A. now that accurate accounts and corcircumstances romantic and almost many conglomerate Democrat, lohu W. Taylor ,. . . 437 is eightyfour other terms, so that whereas in the the prevention of cruelty to animals. and the Democratic party will claim wedddig. 2:30 o'clock colored S. rect prognostications were given. The groom tragic. Populist, Paxtou . 173 True he reveres the memory of a that any revival which we believe the M. Taylor. The signal defeat of Mr MontgomTho children infancy of lexicography 50,000 words Woodward's plurality . . . 163 ' nnd the bride fifteen. Lincoln, a Stephens, a Stanton and Monday, Nov. 268 o'clock, No, ery was no surprise to Mr. Lewis, nor CoN'Sr.lii.R. of the old gentleman objected to tho were thought to be the extreme limits other grand men who led and were Republican victory will bring, will to his friends who were on the inside, Republican. Allen . . 586 be attributed to them and thus gull 74 J. L, Brown. 11 o'clock. Nj dictionary could reach, ordinary and it was only the cunning a marriage Democrat, Thomas and the masses as did Free Trade balder44 school dictionaries boast of 100,000. type men in their days, 2:3oo'clo:k, Nof though certain counties, his own Populist, Stcwait . . . .. .. .. 176 and courage of old that enabled him who when human slavery, the curse dash two years ago. It should be the 90 W. T. Sanders. among them, which were conceded to while the great publications, such as, . Allen's jiluinlity . . , . . . 145 to carry out his matrimonial plans. a Tuesday, Nov. 278 o'clock, No. him, gave Montgomery much smaller tlie"Encyclopedic,"the"Century"aud of America, stood in the way of per- aim of every well informed RepubA 1'irpnt lllr IVti, It the new ' English Historical," attain fect and enduring Union, demonstrat- lican to point this out in advance and 10S R. A. Byers. 11 o'clook, No. 23 majorities than was anticipated. publishCertain little newspapers Special to the Kentucky leader of ed it, and after every fair ofier vic Miss Florence Wright. 2:30 o'clock,. was considered thai this (Marion) ed iu Kentucky, a few weeks ago ran or exceed 250,000. and its growth does iously refused by the audacious warn the masses. November 12th from Frankfort says: d Democratic county, would The rank and file of Democracy No. 31 E. P. Taylor. great long, gangling editorials green not cease for a day. The penitcntliry warehouse on emanciwee honest in their belief that an French and German may be count- South, broke the fetters, nnd Wednesday, Nov. 28- -8 o'clock, give Lewis n hundred majority; it Mero street, opposite theptnitcnti.iry. with sectional hate calling attention Was it approach to Free Trade would pated a down trodden race. gave him ninety.four. The totnl vote ed as coming next. Going farther re lound No. 94 Miss Lavinia Myers. 11 took fire at 1 o'clock to-- iy. The to a mob in Ohio, which attempted or was it to their advantage, but two 3 ears of o'clock, No. 92 R. R.wedding. 2:30 cast for Mr. Lewis iu Marion is 1,273 fire was discovered in the south secafield. Arabic is, of Eastern tongues, negro they so much loved, in vain to take a criminal -- nnder senand a stubborn hard times under the from a reverence, the largest vote ever cast in the counby far the richest in vocabulary. At prospect of it o'clock, No. 7 D. H. Godsey tion of the building, which is three tence ficni the hands of the law and the other end of the scale many sav- adherence to the Union of the States, opened the eyes of Thursday, Nov. 29 3 o'clock, Nojj ty for a Republican. I saw and talk- stories high, and stored with chairs rainy and and n love of justice that prompted they stand with us and now that a mob in a hang him. But fie wears are entitled to 91 Miss Carrie Cox. 11 o'clock, No. ed with Mr. Lewis age races have extremely limited State several hundred miles nearer the vocabularies. Possibly the Bushmen them to the act? But some one will our gratitude for acting out their con- 6 colored Mrs. Sainantha Acton. his honors gracefully, and is the same and other raw material belonging to genial and dignified gentleman, not Messers Norm in it llubbtnl, conEquator actually takes another sen- have the poorest. Letourneau says say that subject "belongs to the eter- victions. But how easy, how natural 2:30 o'clock, Nj. M Felix. tractors for the penitentiary chair nal past." True, brother, then let to go back to tenced criminal from the officers of they are unable to talk in the dark, Friday, Nov. 308 o'clock, No. 3 unduly elated but ol coursewcll pleas- plant outfit. their "first love" when us hear no more of one colored post- their old party seems ed with his matchless victory. The tho law and takes his life these same their scanty speech having to beeked A R. Renfrow. 11 o'clock, No. 50 to be in the The fire originated from the explolittle papers are as silent as a grave- out with gestures. The Veddhas, of master in a community about equally right. Let us hope however that A.M.Johnston. 2:30 o'clock, No. Fourth District will again come to sion of a lantern in the rear of the divided white and black to five hun such will not be the front in Congress as when Knott the case and also let 2 L. T. Barnard. yard. But if they were consistent Ceylon, have only words which exrepresented it. In this connection it building. The wrappings 011 the press the simplest act of their daily dred white men holding the same po- 11s hope that those who would not, or wouldn't bo Democratic. they chairs nnd other infi.imuuhle stuff nt Csiuman Henir life and the thing they see around sition, 01 one colored road everseer could not sec as we did, were equally Should be used in attempting to cure can be said that Kentucky's general once caught fire, nudtlic , firespreid average, in Congress-- will be much The Hartford Commercial Club them. The Tasmanians have no ad- appointed by a Republican County honest with ourselves, nnd if honest, that very disegrccable disease, Judge, say in Ohio county, Ky., open to conviction, especially when man lor a number 01 years so rapidly that all the building was nigncr has been the means of awakening a jective, and are so far from any As catarrh originates in im past. With Lewis, Evans, Denny, in flames when the fire depaitment most lively and healthy interest knowledge of abstract terms that among so many of fairer complextion facts" and figures are faithfully pre- purities in the blood, local applicaposition, Colson and Hunter ( I have no person- arrived. sented. 01 naru they have no word for tree, though holding the same in the development tions can do no permanent good. The Thrcestreiuu were directed upon al knowledge of Pugh) we will mike You endorse this my brother just as In all things, in victory as well as common sense method of treatment is ford nud Ohio county. Its progres- they have names for various kinds of the burning building where the "fire much as we do. defeat, all share alike in prosperity as to purify the blood, and for. this pur- a representation in Congress so much originate J, while five sive ideas and movements have been trees. other piurci We are brethren pose there is no preparation superior higher than the Democracy has been water into the front. Peculiarly enough, the Chinese, Your sense of justice ought to be well as adversity. responded to by the people in a very accustomed to lurnish us, if weexcept with all their ancicientj civilization, as acute as ours, and I think I hear of a common country; "The hind ol to Hood's Sarsaparila. marked degree and the encourageThe firemen an I nu.iy of the conBreckenridge, that the comparison with tho good have a very limited vocabulary. Prof. you say Grover is Grover, if he did the free and home of the brave." victs worked heroically to con fine it ment it has received Hood's Pills enre constipation by will be painful to the opposition. Certainly the God of Nations watches to the burning sections. The chairs work already done should nerve its Whitney estimated itat 15,000 words. for effect appoint a colored man to ofrestoration peristaltic action to the Recurring again to our own it over us and is with us as a Nation. Being monosyllabic. It is inflexible fice. nnd other stti.T i.i tlu building are friends and members to still greatei alimentary canal. seems to me that some ofthese Our shout of victory, and general and permits of no growth. Still by The signs of the times foretell the efforts in carrying out its worthy un"shame faced" Republicans in Ohio valued at $50,000 and arc insured for Hanker Little, Trial. of varied tones and accents, complete restoration of a Protective exultation should be seasoned with the use three-stor- e dertakings. A full attendance should The special terra of court at Olathe, county must have lived in and around $20,000. The building is a kindness to those of our brethren who th ey arc able to express many differ Tariff, and with it a revival of Amerbrick structure owned by the characterize the next and each suc- cut meanings by the words "chow," as honest ns we, have fallen by the Kan,, began Monday for the trial of about Fordsville. Glorious old FordsiNDUsnuus, And not jet howBanker A. W. Little for killing B. E. ville, but didn't she do her duty? State nnd cost $25,000, insured for ceeding meeting and thus give weight which may mean, nccoiding to tone, ican J. W. Mkador. ever for the U. S. Senate and the way. Johnson, July, 8, 1893. A motion in Fordsville, the home of "brother." $20,000. influence to tho organization. "ship," "fluff," "loquacity." basin" nnd Chief Magistrate are yet tobechang-ed- . At this hour it looks as if the enthe common pleas coart to quash the If should be so, that never again in Every citizen is interested iu its suc- or "flickering," each meaning being In this we have something to fear- indictment on the rroanda that he this life could I be permitted to see tire building with contents would be cess. expressed in their idiographic writ-tin- g Everybody knows that the present had not been given a legal prelimibut one man in Ohio county I would destroyed. by the addition of various lines wide spread distress is not so much a considerable error occurrQuite a nary hearing, was overruled, nnd a ask that one be "brother" at Fords to the simplest forms. Prom the result of Democratic and Free Trade, ed in the majority of John W. Black change of venue granted, The case was ville. I remember, however, with Eagle. Brooklyn as a dread of it. When Grover Clevefor Jailer as published last week. The taken to Olathe from Wyardotte, and pleasant recollections the genial Dan Aftar Approach of Death, New Llf land and the present Congress came Collexo Notra tried last March, but the jury disaby Taking Hood's. Tracy nnd the amiable Judge Morton majority as stated was 417 when it Our term lias opened with bright into power the McKinley Bill was greed. and the pleasant and agreeable editor With this should have been 330. prospects, the new classes being well still in force, but the Chicago platJudge L. P . Little, of this city, a of The RRPonucAN, to whom I am correction, tho largest majority rerepresented by active and energetic' form too was extant. Manufactories a brother to Mr. Little, will go to Ola- indebted for much of that which ceived by any candidate was that of well know that if that platform was students. Owensboro Messenger makes a stranger's sojourn pleasant, the Mr. E. P. Neal, County Attorney-elec- t, Several of the students visited their carried out it would beablow to them as well as many others whose mines Hkw which reaches the neat figure h oines at the close of the term. unless they could cut down labor are not recalled because this article of 395. Aside from receiving the Miss Mattie Ruby, Glenville, visi to the European basis, and they well has a limit, but to Logan Pate of largest majority, Mr, Neal also had ted her friend, Miss Amanda Story, know that any cutting of wages Breckenridge I wniild send greetings J. P. Stevens, Sheriff Obia Cb, tho largest vote polled for any 0110 last week, would bring on a strike, and with it and ask him how U union Stir? devastation and ruin; faccandidate, 2,28;. This is Mr. Neal' Mrs, O, M. Shult., our efficient If the "debater" tfon't get iu his i5Vt. Tnic-wrJfrrlluir. third race and twice out of threo Primary teacher, has, on account of tories in ashes, commerce obstructed Louis- work now during the "short term" The teachers of Hartford District timo ho has carried Ohio county. Iu illness, resigned her position, Hert- nnd dire anarchy with its horrors. left him his chances will be neverIt was but natural for them to sus- will meet at Beaver Dam, Saturday, 1800 as the Republicau candidate for ford College loses one of its best teachmore. Never again will he have a December i, at 9 o'clock a. in. County Attorney ho lost to Mr. Fe- ers, one who has been faithful in the pend, then as a result hundreds of chance at a "jlnt debate." It didn't Program: Norse and German Folk of employment Her place thousands thrown out As Republican discharge of her duty. lix by 139 voIch. work, did it? This thing of putting Lore. Material for Moral Instruction, Mr. Wm. X, areenholt candidate for Commonwealth's Attor- has been filled by Miss Sophia Wer- farm product unsold for want of and Religion in Schools will be dit wool on the free list to in ike it highDtlUmore, Md. means, for without half rations or no ney in 1892 he carried this county by ner, a young lady of rare accomplisher and woolens lower, a.id taxing sucussid. "Vet fenr yein I wu In Intern tufftrlng ments, who we believe will make an rations was the rule, hence the arm7 votes and this year again as Repubgar 40 per cent, nd valorem and i of wit. m bisj on m thigh. The AncientScandinavhns E. R. It dl.chujtd ies of unemployed under Coxey, Kel-le- y a cent differential, according to the tny and weral times lican candidate for County Attorney excellent teacher. Kay. and others matching on to WashMessrs, Jo. B. Rogers, E, Tracy polariscope, to make it lower? he wins by 395. Press is a campaignReview oM'The Sage of Axel" J. lloeaof Bona Cam Out. Xelice to Hnbeclbrra. C, Yciser visited us Monday ington. Hurrah, for Gufly and glorious old tM F.bru-- 1 had to taVa r Ui for four The date on the label indicates the er from away back as his excellent and A. C. Barnard. weeki, and Una It wnl began to tilts Hood'i morning. Shrinkage everywhere, confidence C. J. record shows. Mythology of the Grecians Miss time to which your subscription is Butlerl Bariaparllla. I loon gat on my feet, but wu The Hypatians elected the follow- lost and bank deposits taken out and Tery weak and went to tba Maryland Uulerilty piid. This servesboth as a receipt nu 1 Laura Render. Mr. Sam Robert's sixteen.year old hoipltal, where they laid my trouble wa ehronla ing officers at the close of the term: placed in the inner recesses of safe, Tiieiie is perhaps no piece of pub"The story of Sigurd theVolsung" an expiration notice every week. Ex- son, of Fordsville, was thrown from and jar me little hop. I President, Mabel Habbard; Vice Pres- drawers and trunks; causing bank a blood lic work in the county so long and amine the date printed after your horse last O. M. Shuitz. Thursday night and sus- hay home and continuedth taking llood'i. en-I ident, Annie Fogle; Secretary, I.ulu suspensions, bank breaking, and filx bottles and abscess has n4 name on the margin of this paper, tained injuries, so badly neglected as tho levee im"Faust" U. C. Barrtett from which he died. tirely disappeared, and I bar been In Johnson; Marshal, Mamie Ross; inancial distress throughout the land. and see if it is correct. If not correct, Wm. Fostrr, Jr., Instructor. mediately north of Hincs Mill on the Treasury, Ida He had been to church and was reRender; Critic, Fannie Fin Health Kver Since. The Congress jumped into the please to let us know. It your time Fordsvillo and Hiues Mill Road. Render. turning home, when he and several I know If It had not been for Hood's Sarsapa' Sherman law and repealed it with a OHKNNnORO. Mlla I has expired, please renew atonce be grae. I From the early fall rains to the other boya were running their horses, weight shonld Wr aIn my ago to no hare gained H vengeance. O, yes that would fix Nov. 13, Please give space in your from year pounds Born, to the wife of Mr. S. E. Benmonth of May and even June this and coming to a turn in the road Buckingham's Dye forthe Whisker nett, Kinderhook, on the 6th inst, a matters, but nay, worse and worse valuable paper tospeak of a few things levee is almost impassable and has grew the times, But there stood the that keeps us from progress as a Negro can be applied when at home, and is young Roberts was dashed ajaitist been so for several years. It is, loo, fine girl. Chicago platform confronting the race and as colored people. I jfralie flood's (Umparllla for It all." Wm. S, unifoimly successful in coloring n the opposite bank, OmiSHOLTX, 1.11 HanoTCr St., Baltimore, Md. tho most important thoroughfare conThe infant daughter of Rev. R. A. Democratic Congress and those pledgFirst, we don't look upon ourselves brown or black. Hence its greit Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder and Clowe is quite sick. necting tho great north-caiter- a Hood's Pills eura liter Ills, eoniUpaUon. es MMst bo redeemed or elsetheir con- - as being as good 98 we naturally are. WorM. Flr rHffc.t MU1 and Diploma. tUUausoMs, jausdlcf, sick headache, IndlgesUoa, the electric light proposition ngaiu? That's too good a thing lor Hartford tc lose. n news-pape- southern and southeastern portions of this great county. Over its dangerous ruts and bottomless mud holts and through its floods of high water during rises in Hough River is expected to paw an iinmenso internal county commerce. Over tlieso obstacles tho people of at least one fourth of the county lcnch the county-seat. It is now too lato to rcme dy the matter toany great extent before another winter is hero to repeat its hardship of former years but it is now tho proper time to begin tho agitation of tho question and to impress upon tho minds of tho powers that bo that another year should not be allowed to pass without this much-neede- d being made, improvement It will cost soma money to build an adequato lovco but it must bo done. Tho interests and tho convenience of tho peoplo demand it. DR. MEADOR Former Republican Leader Writes an Able Article on Present Politics. Somo Portinont Romarks on Official Vote of Ohio County, Election Nov. 6,1894. Congress. Appellate Judge. County Judge. County Attorney. County Clerk. Sheriff. Asstssor. rubers. East Hartloru Beda . fiYi? i 1 ' 10 2 4 3 4 12 4 12 3 121 81 tho Republican Viotory and tho Affairs in General. Trisi.br, Kv., Nov. 3 HsiiiiE iff11." i ' 89 ' ! West Hartford Magan Rosine . . Beaver Dam McIIenry , Centettown Smnllhouse Ciomwell Sulphur 116 12a 80 112 92 62 Springs! 165 98 139- - 99 . 133 113 117 81 121 Editor Harttoud Rkpuiiucan. ij, ... . . . . '94. , . ' .... 186 126 116 138 72 155 51 124 169 134 188 138 114 139 64 88 99 157 102 77 165 123 132 181 108 64 97 102 90 62 28 165 103 48 135 105 31 23 5 18 118 77 131 116 74 118 148 50 83 47 138 127 49 107 16 186 138 .....' 112 135 14 ?"F7Tn nf 114 129 f 18 3 16 27 n In ! 1 Coroner. Surveyor. Jailer. 1 1 ' 123 81 ? ' f t I ' yo 170 116 188 128 . - i a. 116 81 . 78 117 87 66 166 99 131 73 158 130 52 139 127 185 130 103 136 105 73 151 51 127 76 115 90 63 26 165 92 48 134 99 3 17 31 33 15 4 17 113 78 89 68 15 184 124 103 136 33 147 77 128 74 156 56 119 26 161 47 128 29 184 36 123 76 106 24 136 33 38 129 115 61 94 102 74 157 53 126 no 63 91 122 90 163 132 184 124 134 17 3 17 27 50 28 35 65 15 100 73 148 5 122 no 47 30 37 72 116I 123 79I 112 89 62 169 90 133 100 184 73 126 152 106 50 136 122 120 no 60 88 73 149 129 17 4 17 26 44 26 106 60 140 119 49 40 49 tf 66 15 ... ... .... " .. ' Bg. -1- ht LEBANON. rrufi ot gun-powd- ... V V rro-tectio- rs ... ante-bullu- ... ... rock-ribbe- 1 to-da- to-da- 980. h. Dis-trict.- Tax Notice. Pay your tax and save the 6 per cent, Blood Poison which will be added the first of December. Come forward and pay or I will be compelled to levy. ' t. 1- s, get You can by paying your subscription, and one year in advance, jygjJ the scribe at once. ville Commercial, or New York Tribune ore vear. If vou are not a subscriber, sub' ni Hood'siCures! p)ji-nlarit- 44 tr r t f I t. AS "".rj.f' ASSE .t-- '.- - m k j l Mm''' ' v t f,-."''.'"- . " 'Vi t ".ci'ter V"- - I 1 be served by the R. K. G'b "after the rendition of the. following program: Chorus, "Land of Ficelom" R.E. The Progressive Euchre Club met G's. Remarks by President Miss with Miss Stella Thomas Wednesday DoraE.Gibson. Chorus, "We Thank night, and were entertained in her Thee, O Father" R.E. G's. Duett, withusual manner. Those present were "What is Love?" Misses Anna Misses Top Nill, Sallle OUc, Lulu Holly and Attye Austin. Carson, Carolyne Barbour, Eva MorLeaf, Society Paper MissVirgelinc ton, and Mrs. Spalding, and Messrs. Hocker. Solo, "Sail in our Light Marvin Bean, Amos Carson, Henry Canoe" Misa Cliflie Gray. Guitar Carson, Bob Walker, John T. Moore, Duett Misses N. May Friend and At- Oatcii Thorn is, and Lee Stevens. tye Austin. Quaitette, "Love's Mes-- 1 sengcr" Misses DaisyStevens.Bessie On account of ill health, Mrs. O. M. Nave; Messrs. Burch and Horace Shultz has been compelled to resign Taylor, Chorus, "The Lord is my her position ns teacher of thePrimary Foundation"---- R. Closing & E. G's. Department in Hartford College. Mrs. remarks by President. Arms. Shultz has been connected with the College for several years, where she has been n favorite with all the pupils, 3 5 CENTS AN ACRE. who join in wishig that her health Is What Unci: San Paid for Part of will be greatly improved by much His Domain. needed rest. Miss. Sophia Woemer The territorial urea of the United has been appointed to teach in her States Is about 4,000,000 square stead. Miss Woemer is nyouug lady miles, tht! hind surfaco beliitf ostiof much mental and moral worth, n um ted at 8,580,000 hquaro miles. In graduate of Hartford College, and 1800 the public domain consisted of will be quite an additonto thclaculty. 401,0.15 square miles, or 259,171,787 acres. To this was nddrd, by pur- The Louisville Evening Post of chaso from Franco, in 1802, tho colWednesday says: ony of Louisiuna. This purchase inFrancis Hale, the three-yea- r old cluded portions of tho states of Aladaughter of the Rev. Fred D.Hale, bama and Mississippi south of tho ot Owensboro, died this noon at the thirty-firs- t parallel, the entire nrca To-da- y residence of Mr. II. II. ' McCulloch, ot Louisiana, Arkansas, Missouri, 201 West Walnut street, ofdipthc-ria- . Iowa, Nebraska and Oregon, all of A month ago after the death of a Minnesota. vestrof the Missouri rlvor, lither mother, Mrs. McCulloch took tle Francis to live with her. The re- all of Kansas except a small portion mains will be taken to Owensboro west ot the 100th meridian and south of the Arkansas river, all of Dakota, for burial. This is the third member of Rev. Montnun, Idaho, Washington and Hale's family to die within the year. Indian Territory, with a part of Wyoming and Colorado. THylor-1'onlThe cost, according to the stipulaYesterday morning Mr. Tom Taytions of the treaty, was 60,000,000 lor and Miss Robcrda Coots left the francs, or 616,000,000 in money and city on the 3:33 train for Jefferson-vill- stocks. Tho interest on stocks to Ind., where they were married tho time of redemption was $8,529,-35The United States assumed sometime yesterday. Up to the time also the payment of certain claims of going to press no iuther news of of American citizens against France, The ' amounting to $3,738,208, making a the marriage could be learned. Industrialist extends congratulation total expenditure of $27,2ti7,521. and wishes them much happines and For this sum the government acKentucky Industrialist. ' quired a title to 1,182,752 square prosperity. I miles of territory, or 75C,9G1,280 Irillrnllon. 3 & cents per acre. The Thirty-eigh- t years ago last Sunday acres at next acquisition was the purchase of Dr. J. S. Colcrnan preached the dedi- Florida from Spain in 1819 for cation sermom in old Buck Creek This purchase added to the church house, and last Sunday he public domain 59,207 square miles, is preached the vacation sermon in the ' orS7J9Sl,0Sf arM at 17$ Mats same old house, now so dilapidated j acre. The next acquisition was by cesthat we now vacate it to enter our new house of worship on the 29th of sion from Mexico in 1848 of the this month, it being Thanksgiving states of California and Nevada, a part of Colorado, and tho territories day, when the same man who preachof Utah, Arizonu and Naw Mexico. ed the first and last sermons in the old By this transaction there were added house will dedicate our new church to the public domain 522,508 square house. miles, or 334,443,520 acres, at a cost Now, by order of "Old Buck Creek" of $15,00p,000, or 4 cents per acre. church, we hereby invite all the The area of the United States was still churches of Daviess County Associ- further increased by tho admission ation, their pastors, and all other of Texas to tho union In 1845. Tho Baptist preachers ir. her territory, to territory thus acquired amounted to 1G7,8G!,G00 acres. This Increase of gether with the public generally, to territory was consummated altera attend our dedication exercises at the war with the sister republic of Mex . time above mentioned-- Ample pro- ico. This war, although on the partof. visions will be on the grounds for the tho union conducted with signal sucentettainment of all. Those com- cess, was a subject of protest from a Good rigs for hire at C. L. Field. Friday, Novkmiikr i3, 1894. ing by rail will getoflfatthe 0.& N. lnrgo minority of the ablest statesmen of the country, and, beyond a Gwcusburo wagon, call on C. L. at Tichcnor's Crossing. t Haled hay at T. H. Bean's. doubt, sowed the pernicious seeds W. Crow, Field. Dr. A. ) that in many instances bore- fruit la I Com. Wm. Atiikrtom, Wat-kin- s. I)j you need n sh ive? Call on Headquarters for boots Fair Bros. , the secession struggle which afterRichard tannar. J ward disrupted tho union. &Co. :a, 1894. Nov. The latest addition was that of has returned Miss Lizzie Walker We will piy 15 cents per dozen for Alaska, containing 531,409 square from Louisville. liggs. Carson & Co miles, purchased from Russia for $7,200,000, in 18C7. Miss Margatct Barbour is visiting ; Cloaks, the newest styles at closest It will be seen from the abova prices at Fair Bros. & Co. relatives in Owensboro. 'Before the JTall You cou!d get along somehow out a Wrap, but now that the season is advanced aMMMMHCaaMMMEMHSKiS: Fair Bros. & Co. lead in the cloak line. arments J wee: wok & When times were flush and money you can get easy to get. bealiful cloak or wrap for Cash. Co. Are a necessity. Fair Bros. have placed on a sale a very desirable line in Fall and Winter weights, at cheaper prices than those which 3-- lORDSVIM.K. The election is over and there is a strong demand for the essence of cinnamon, to take the taste out of the Democrats mouth. The pill is bitter, but we, the Republican majority, think that it will do you, the Democratic minority, good to take it. We never know what we can ""til we try. Just a few years Dack Fordsvllle wore the Democrat . ,10s, nowshespcak8 130 in favor ol Republicanism. The Fordsvllle High School, under the prlncipalship of Prof. Stum, is progressing vety nicely. The literary and debating society is pronounced n success. Miss Ed Sargent, of Rockport, Ind , added much to our entertainment Monday nigbtby reciting two very pleasing recitations. A protracttd meeting, under the management of Rev B. F.Jenkins, is being held at the Baptist Church. Miss Nettle Coppage, who has been very sick for some lime, is no better Nov. 1 l a. such as Scrofula and Arucmia, Skin Eruptions and Palo or Hollow Complexions, aro epcodily cured by Blood Diseases tho Cream of Cod-liver 1 Scott's Emulsion Oil. No othorrem-cd- y so quickly nnd effectively enriches and purifies tho blood and gives nourishment to tho wholo system. It is pleasant to tako and easy on tho stomach. Thin. TlmnninfnI PnioTie, nnA nil suffering from Wasting Disoasca aro re ISM stored to health by Scott's Emulsion. Bo suro you get tho bottlo with our trade-mar- k on it. Rcfuso cheap substitutes! TRACKMAN. Strict for pamphlet on Stall's Emuhion, FREE. &. Srf 8oott Bowno, N. Y. All druggists. DO cents and SI. at this writing. As little Sammic Roberts, the 14 year old son of S. C. Roberts, who lives two miles east of town, was returning home from church last Thursday night, his horse became unmanageable nnd ran with him; at an turn in the lane just beyond Mr. Ben Mitchel's be fell fnm his horse .receiving injuries from which he died at 6 o'clock next morning, without having regained consciousness. Rev.B F.Jenkinsconductedthefuneral exercises, which took place Friday evening. Wc join their many friends in extending our heart-lel- t sympathy to the bereaved parents. Mr. Columbus Bratcher is rebuilding, his house having been consumed by fire n shott time ago. Mr. Jo. U. Rogers was in town latt Friday. Mr. George Mickey and wife, ol Adaburg, are visiting relatives in and about town. Prol, Stum went to Hartford Friday and returned Saturday, Nb Plus Ultra. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powdar World's Pair Highest Awr. BON INK. t. ftranees piotel- - Owensboro, Kentucky. OPPOSITE JTEX AS DEPOT. BEST FARE. nb-ru- pt NO LIQUORS SOLD. NO INEBRIATES KEPT. THE PATRONAGE OF ALL GOOD PEOPLE SOLICITED. JS. JS. VERY i Perhaps the Tariff did it pcrhapsnox. At any rate, the "leather proves that Fair Bros. LI55 STAHL, Prop'r. let Me Give uu FEELS 5 e, 3. fsfqw yoci,need onj Aiid Co. are prepared to Trcxer I M ointer AMArTll WELL DRKSFn . 3-- 5 j meet your demands. In fact the with best place to trade the old reliable house of DOUBLE DLESSED " rrr n pr &CO. i3-4- rail-roa- d The Republican SLK A sow any to J. S. R. Wedding. apply IfOK 8 pigs J 15U We sell two spools cents. of Thread lor Carson & Co 5 and Home and Farm both one year for $1.25 in advance. HKAVKB DAM. statement that the United States government has added to the public Remember the place to get your Kchols, gave i Horse led, C. L. Field's livery stable. us a pleasant call Tuesday. Wc will pay $1 00 per bushel for Dr. IS. W. Ford spent Tuesday Sweet Potatoes. Carson & Co. evening at Sulphur Springs. Millinery will be closed out at your Mr. J. W. Lytic, Owensboro, visit-e- d own price at Fair Bras, & Co.'s relatives in Hartford last week. Col J. S. R. Wedding who has been Call on Watkins, the barber, when sick for several 'days is able to be out s shave, shampoo. "again. you wish a Fair Bros. Sc Co. only ask an inMessrs. J. IS. Rowe and Joe Noc, Owensboro, have been in town this spection, then they ate sure to sell ypu- week. Born, to the wife of Mr. Toney McMrs. T. II, Beau visited relatives at Sulphur Springs Saturday and Dowell, Victory, on the 1 Uh Inst, a girl. Sunday. Watkins. the new barber, will give """'Wheuyou fail to .see" Fair Bros. & you an easy shave or a good hair cut. Co.'s cloaks jour are doing yourself ( wrong. Call on him. Mr. K. II. Maldox. first-clas- domain since 1802 nearly 3,500,000 square miles of territory, most of which was acquired by purchase. Rev. I. II. Teel preached in the School Hall Sunday and Sunday Britanlca. night. Beaver Dam has been on a boom Moving is the for several weeks'. gossip of the town. Mr. D. Taylor and family moved into their new cottage on Fourth St. Rev. I. II. Teel moved into the house recently vacated by them. Mr. D.H. Hunt and family have moved into Mr. W. T. Austin's house on Lafayette St., formerly occupied by Mr. Wells and family, who have moved to South Beaver Dam. Mr. R. P. Hocker and family have moved into their new house. Rev. J. B. rcrryman and family, No Creek, moved into our town last week. "Messrs. Luther Render and Hob Taylor are erecting buildings out on 4th St. Hiss Maud Taylor, South Beaver DauC spent Tuesday night with the Misses Barnes and Friend. Mr. C. W. Parrott is on the road this week. Mr. J. P. McKenney is in the city this week. Miss Viola Pirtle went to Sulphur Springs Tuesday evening to see her sister who is very sick. Misses Emma and Fannie Barnes, Annie Renfrow, N. May Friend; Messrs. C. W. Parrott, C. P. Austin, E. P. and Byron Barnes took dinner witli Miss Pearl Eblin Sunday. An elegant dinner was served and a pleasant day was enjoyed by all. who has Miss Annie Renfrow, becn,visiting Mrs. Dr. G. F. Mitchell for the past ten weeks, left Monday for Bowling Green. Mr. J. II. Nave and wife spent Tuesday in Hartford. SCHOOL And still they move, Fair Bros. & Mrs. J. W. Ford and Mrs. R. IS. LceSimmerman have returned from j Co.'s $S 00 overcoats that others sell tor $10 00. Owensboro. Mr. A. C. Ellis, Kinderhook, lost a - Mrs. Jno. W. Stevens, Kinderhook, is fine marc last Saturday morning, by who has been sick tor several days, improving. being snagged. For the best of hay, corn and atMrs. S. S. Stahl, Owensboro, was the guest or the family of Sheriff J. tention for your horse leave him with Casebier & Burton. P. Stevens last week. t- Go to T. H. Bean, on Union Street, i3-4- l J.Whilcattending Court next week am "" "" " .; ';? fey " . aS96SSl'"' HHHht 1111111? nnwrfwe fi Jr "a!, - for best flour, meal, bran, hay, corn the. cash store will save you Big Mont ey if you do your trading there or wheat, shipstuft", & etc. J. B. Fostrr. John Sutton's team ran away Mondisfiguring his day, considerably Next week is Circuit Court and wagon, but fortunately neither horse you will want a first-clas- s place to was hurt. leave your horse while in town. Such a place you will find with Casebier & Mr. J. L. Anderson, Owensboro, is . Burton, the hustling liverymen. the guest of his brother, Mr. R. A. who has been Anderson, Kinderhook, When you come to Circuit Couit quite sick for several days. next week don't fail to call on T. M. Morton, Ada and Lul.i , Her, proprietor of. the Commercial v. Misses Eva Carson and Mr. J. H. B. Careon at- - Hotel. He is prepared to bountifully wedding feed and comfortably care tor all who tended the Hampton-Carsostop with him. Special rates to JuryNo Creek. Wednesday at men and withnesies by the week. Mr. A. S. Worsley, of the Indus-tralisSatisfaction guaranteed. Beaver Dam, left Saturday lor New Orleans to attend the National Henry Spencer Marriage license: Convention of the Knights of Labor. to Miss Nola Phlpps, Thomas Belcher He goes as a delegate from Kentucky. to Miss Eliza Bratcher, George Wed-din- g to Miss Cypthia E. Westerfield, Mr. N. C. Hoover is opsnlng up O. Haynes to Miss Mary Flatt, a tif ur trmeerv store at the C. C. Ben J. Smith to Miss Delia Andtew, nett old stind, and will be prepared , Wm. Hampton to Miss Matilda O. anything in the grocery Homer to furnish you Carson, II. T. Reed to Miss Sallle E. line. Mr. G. T. Westerfield will have Southard, Will Chick to Miss Sue charge" of the bnsiness. Taylor, Tim M. Taylor to Miss Mary Mr. Perry Watkins, Pnilpot, has E. Cooper. bought H. C. Pace's birber shop and far Rale. will continue business at the same One milch cow 6 years old, half oldstaad. He will have associated milk. with him the best barbers that can be Jersey stock and now giving will always be prepared to Will sell cheap. Apply at TiiR found, and pfice. serve hh customers la the best style. n t, Qcn. Wolfe's Sword. Tho sword worn by Gen. Wolfo at SCHOOL, NOTES. tho capture of Quebec in 1759 has Our school still continues to grow been purchased In London from its more interesting every day. owner, Maj. Dunn, who used It in Misses Agnes Childs. Annie Allen, the charge of Balaklava, by J. 0. E. M. Allen, Laura Ragland Patterson, Canadian minister of militia, and It will be brought to and Mrs. Whittinglng were visitors Canada, where it rightly belongs. last week. The students rememberFrench-Canadia- n papors, such as La ed "Arbor Day" by cleaning their Mlnervo, of Montreal, aro asking yard and by planting 14 forest trees that the sword may be placed with and then closed their school with honor in the dominion parliament at some appropriate recitations and esOttawa, whllo tho English journals says written on the Autumn. aro reciprocating with tho wish that Bittek Sweet. the sword of the gallant French commander, Montcalm, should now be Keep your blood pure and hdalthy sought for and placed in the same and you will not have rheumatism. casket as tho sword of Gen. Wolfo, Hood's Sarsaparilla gives the blood to emphasize tho union of two races under ono flag. For nearly a cen- vitality and richness. i tury tho sword lay a few feet underPolaaHtnmp are Running- - Low. ground on tho Heights of Abraham, Superintendent Clactde M Johnson is where Wolfe fell mortally wounded. compelled to keep the Bureau of Engraving nnd Printing on a dead husA Lively Piece of Hep. tle thesedays to supply the demand Oue f tas fiurcptaa rtaHeats la for postage stamps. The postoffice tho Upper Kulu valley has had a department is being inconveniencedby narrow escape". Ho was walking In tho veranda of his bungalow at Kat-rai- n the incapacity of the Bureau of Enin the dusk, and seeing what graving and Printing to lurnish it seemed to be a pleco of rope lying on with the necessary stamp supplies. the ground, picked 1$ up to throw It Ever since the stamp Printing conTo his horror, tho sup- tract was given to the bureau the outside. posed rope, which was really a Rus- country has suffered in some way or sell's viper, seized the back of his other from the lack of facilities in the hand, and held on to It, having to bo dragged off by main force. He bureau. Now pojtmasters a!l over the sucked tho bl(o for halt an hour be- countiy are wanting stamps and the fore applying other remedies, and department can't supply them Super intendent Johnson has been obliged for threft.dnys was co1nplotely;par-lyzeEven a fortnight after being to put on an extra force of men these bitten ho was stilhaulTering from laH lew nights, w orln'them from great sickness and .drowsiness, and 6 o'clock p. m uiitif 2 o'clock n. m., was hardly able to stand upright. to try and c tch up with the demand. Kentucky Leader. He Aims Low. d, Nov. 3. Our town has been very lively since the great Republican victory, and shouts of joy are constantly going up over the glorious result. So elated was Mr. M. S. Ragland over the victory that he threw open the doors of his handsome residence at the early hour of 4 a. ru. on last Wednesday and invited all to assist in the celebration. Several marches and rallies were played on the piano and short speeches were made by quite a number of gentlemen. At 6 o'clock all were invited out to a most delicious and en joyable breakfast Even the school children were wild with enthusiasm and made theii teacher, much to his disgust and discomfiture, march at the head of the procession, and with fligs, horns and buntings they marched over the town After their march they favored the Professor with some good lessons. Mr. Wm. Camp, of Owensboro, was with his friends here last Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Henry Thompson and children, of Williams Mines, are visiting her mother this week. Mr. E. B. Allen was at home to see his family this week. Miss Annie Allen visited Miss Whittinghill at Taylor Mines last Saturday. 71 1 wiuw LEAVE YOUR MEA5URf GsX DANC0NA6& Well Fitting "made to order WITH ML Garments CARSON Q MAKER CITY ' Allegro. , w , w I & CO. Sample , BAKING POWDER d time. litttPK. "QCAKmCiTr Bakino Powder" It of all we've found the belt; CU)mplaco above the Absolutely purcaniuholttome, (Omft) (With teu pcnnlca getaiam-pl4Sm Of yonr Grocer an-- y dar; If it u cotut-ti-fiuMIn- n (Omtt.) lie yow pennies !'.! n--r t, Fall'iro there will neter be : , f Hon- - ett trl al'i all u(- Those whn tin. O (Omt') I FuraucccM willcv-crfol-lo- '(, ( .... .... .... . y r ' t- -.- GJh.lL.TLM O30" QUARTERLY REPORT -- OF THE- - If FicUrti 1 The Leading In UllftltlL Beaver Dam Photographer- - DEPOSIT BANK Style and Ererj Sin. Old Pictures Copied and Enlarged At the Close of Business on 18th day of June 1894. A SPECIALTY. 108J Main Street. S7m6 11EBOURCES. Loans and Discounts . . . $72,075.87 Overdrafts, secured . . . 264. 11 Overdrafts, unsecured . . 594.30 Hautkord, Kentucky, Due from National Banks 11,115.58 Due from State banks and Bankers Builder Banking house and lot . . 3,000.00 Specie 2,632.72 2,044.00 Will draw dralts from a nice, neat Currency 1,500.00 cozy cottage up to a fine two story Furniture and Fixtures . . 867.12 bouse. Will draw plans tree of Current expenses charge. Will make careful estimates 94, 139-2on all kinds ot buildings, and remodLIABILITIES. el old bouses. Motto "Live and let live." Capital stock paid in, in cash f 25,000. 00 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 OWENSBORO, EY W. 33. 3L.XJOE3, Contractor ad 45-5- .... 9 , m m p Bishop William Boyd Carpenter, of Rlpon, England, is tho 'court We gladly welcomed Mr. Levi Wil preacher. A story Is told of him lard in our school last Friday. that when he was aiked how he manDr. S. Taylor delivered quite an in- aged to address so exalted a personteresting lecture to the physiology age as the sovereign and yet mainSubclass last Tuesday afternoon. tain his composure, he replied that ject, "Anatomy of Bones." On Fri- he never addressed her at all. Ho day afternoon Dr." J.J.Michell deliver- know there would bo present tha ed an impressive lecture, subject, queen, the princess, the housohold, down to the scullerr the "Physiology and Hygiene the Res- maid.servants, said tho bishop, "And," "I piration Organs." preach to the scullery maid, and the Rev. I. H. Teel conducted X for us Qiiecn undcrs.tnij.dft mo," Wednesday morning. When Paopl Talk. The New Tariff Bill Supper by the Franclsquc Sarcey, the French RE. G's promises to be quite enjoycritic, writes In a recent feulllotoa able for both young and old. to attacks The evening ot Thanksgiving the that he never replies convinced mad that on him, becauso he is R. E. G's will give a benefit tor the the publio judges a man by tho sum A novel feature School Literature. total of his own work, and not by of the entertainment will be "The what a casual enemy may say about New Tariff Bill Supper," which will him. NOTliS. Trade with Fair Bros & Co. tflltmt Awardad Honors Wrld' Fair. John II. Barnes, Cashier of Beaver Dam Deposit Bank, a bank located and doing business in the town of Beaver Dam, in said county.bcing duly sworn, says that the foregoing report is in all respects a true statement of the condition ol the said bank at the close ot business on the 18th day mm . ffc oljunc, 1894, to the best of his knowledge and bilief;and further says that the business of said bank has WV liecn transacted at the location nam1 ed, and not elsewhere; nnd that the above report is made in compliance tatymttrto. YPl ' with an official notice received from Prof. E. W. ami tit, fur la yean principal of tb the Secretary of State, designating OF KV. UNIVERSITY. oumniiiuidi ouiw&o Lexington, ky; the 18th day of June, 1894, ns the day on which such report shall be Awarded Medal and Diploma made. By ttu World's ColarabUn Eipotltleti, Subscribed and sworn to before me iumI flrarrml Wr Bjttrm of dam E4anUlaa. at. Coat to compl.t by John II. Barnes, the 20th day of BuilueuUourae about tw.lnciadliK tuition, book ! aad board, Rowan Holuiiook, Iit. Typewritlaar and June, 1894. TtMrrBB7 tauibl. titan ancct.afnl iraduatta Clerk Ohio County Court 100 iii banal and 100 official.. Mo Varall.a. Bo, Me How. Kentucky Unlvtnltr Diploma By SimuiY Taylor, D. C. 4T8pclal attention, awanlad oar iraduatta. ran to aooarlaur atlawUoau for gradaatea, J. II. Banrks, Cashier K' r circular, addrcaa WILBUR R.SMITH, LIXINOTON, KY. R. P. Hockkr, Director, " Jno. H. Barnes, " I. P. Barnard, Subscribe for The Republican and the Louisville Weekly C ommercial b o t h one year for $1.25 per year. . $94,139.29 Statu of Kentucky, County op Ohio, ) f S3 iwyi. .Vtb, SitutlMBR WSSfk ' -- w9ttr jf n.....l.l n.ll. f BAHN6 MOST PERFECT MADE, Gripe Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum oranyothar adulterant. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD, A pure you R&niember get the New York ; WWW L and The both Republican for one year, for one Get our prices on and twenty-fiv- e Job Wok before godollar cents. ing elsewhere. Tribune NOTICE. I wiMT erenr man and womaa la tht United Stataa lntreUd In .too Opium and Whltkr fcablta to bayo on of mr book! on thoaa Addreai II. U. Woollay, AUaaU, Qm, Bos Ml, and on w 111 bo aant 70a tra. 1 V- - j &&&& s w tmaw A'taWKSiiwigi '.i:sviCagti.,i i.pllll iw iiW'wyMwwiL.jtp. W MW TlifMww i ... in -- '.J MMMWMMVVBHi - ..T T-1 n av. i.t rjS5!2a u1 "l I; PWMMM" W'HWW' Hartford Republican Friday, Novismdkr j1 16, 1894. ' HARD WINTER r i Washington, Nov. 2 The presiperhaps The wedding seasons, dent has issued the following ptocla. more than nny other social period, A vondtrful ntnU matioii: By the piesident of the UniIn (inch n nttito nf olrlllzatlon as ours, brings perplexities of cliquitte to the ted States of Anierica-- A proclamation; many people concerned, dircctily or whom merit Is aura to be acknowledged, Is it wonder the factory or Dr. The American peoble should grate-fnll- y 'means so much more than' indirectly, in 111atrimnui.1l occasion), Fenner is worked to its fullest sapaclty render thanksgiving praisetothe 'you imagine serious and' Among points of sll kinds which so to supply the medicines that art called, Supreme Ruler of the universe, who fatal diseases result Irom' goodnuthority as H.trper's Ha.a.ir h.is after such acknowledgements as the ' And all tho Timo Honorod has watch :d over them with kindness following1 come to be known: Wns. trilling ailments neglected. "1 decided plainly and briefly lor inFarmtny, StcTens Station, Intl., writes: and fostering cue during the year Signs Booms to Agroo quires arc the following: Don't play with Nature's 'i "Dr. Tenner's Kidney and Uackaohs that has just passed, they should also An invitation to house wedding or Cure hns cured n, man hero with kidney with Thorn. roatest gift health. with humility and faith supplicate laMw.M a wedding icccptiou should be acand blniUler disease whom the best f U )nureltllii: the father of all mercies for continued tout u( lotinv, tax knowledged by a written regret or physicians had gWen up. lis Is now TO ., 1 11ml generally When it conies to figuring out reg.irdsd here as ..- well and sound. It is blesiings according to their needs, f lnut cil, IS tuiii, j acceptance, the same ns lor any othet a most wonderful event. Histnedlolnes finite no i)tllle what kind of a winter this one wilt ol chanty nnd they should by deeds r.nu 1111 tpik, function. A cud ton church wedare all ffood nnd jjlve great satisfacbe Farmer Dunn is not in the race If tin ntonctuk.- t seek the favor of the giver of every tion." Equally certain In female disni lliemoJlMlll- ti ding require:! no response. with his country rivals who base their me sirciif tncninc r, good and perfect gift. You should not t.ike your guoit to eases, rheumatism, blood diseases, mcJuliir.wliliMi J prognostications upon time honored headaches, dropsy, heart disease, etc Ilioun't Iron lilt Cleveland, Therefore, I, Grover n wedding reception without nkiug Itrt. A lew tol. Jr Guaranteed to satisfy or money reproverbs and the doings of wild and presisent of United States, do hereby lies cute bfiieAt X permission ol hostess. funded. Toko homo a bottls com; from iht , domestic animals. Farmer Dunn is appoint and set apart Thursday, the tty firl iloe-- T Wedding gifts should he ncknowl-edgtvwm t simim iwmr clearly at a disadvantage, however, twenty-nintday of November inst,, ttttk, nnd II '1 by note ns soon tw possible. The ELECTRIC TELEPMOHE I'lciuiit lu lake. because his limited quarters on top of as a day of thanksgivingand prayer to RrtM out rtiiht, no runt, no rqpHf t better form ns well as most conventoCity, MllniTtor (Vjuntrx. NwM Ali In ermy the Equitable Building do not admit Famous Mail Dog. be kept and observed by all the peohom, hon, store an J office. UreatMt cottvtn ient plain is to acknowledge them iu lncn nn t nwt ttHr on Mirth, of the keeping of larm yard animals, AprrnU iiinkc from S3 fift.V)irr itiur. ple of the land. The famous mall doir "Ownev." the order of their arnv.il nnd tut Onn lit a rfwlitenr nirsn mtln t nil inn 9yiicpal.i, Kidney mid l.lvcr and he hasn't time to go over to Jernluhbnr. FIds Instruments, no tojs, wnrkss On that day let our ordinary work who is known the country over for mediately upon their receipt anywhere, ftnr ttttUnr. Onraitett reaJy fur Trouldcfl, " sey to see what the wild ones are doit wnvn uu(ni ma in put up iir nor "", I and business be suspended nnd let us his strange fad of riding in mull nflTir out of onlpr.no rilrlDii. IiuIn n lit When u bride Is married iu her ' '.U(..ifipatloit, lliit Mood Mm. Wurrnnl".!. A moimr miikrr Writ ing. So Mr. Dunn doesn't try to I meet in our accustomed places worshcart, canio to Columbus from Athens traveling dress she should wear a hat W, P. Harrison A Co .Clerk tO.Columbui, 0. ., l.ul.l. r.'srvotiii 2.lln.-:it- A compete with the rural prophets ip and give thanks to Almighty God recently over the Toledo & Ohio and gloves to complete the traveling ' Wor.tcr.'a c:ipMnt. cf and confines his prognostications to for our prcsevation ns a nation, for Central. Owney is n fox terrier and toilet. :.oris ii.i.i.'.m'. i.ot't.n a 'i J..1..H, II t ftel ItltMrrmteil red A bouquet of white flowers PII'iMcm iicttiiiicr. Ailolhcii tie tub. J HCIir.tiPLr. IN l.KKKCT .NOV. I, ISO. Albany, N. Y. For ten firstcamefrom the daily forecast of the weather our immunity from disease and pes I ' JIPl OnltCCIIIul IHA.' tmn t. 9 .No, 1.1 .Vi.M, years he has been riding on railway gives a birdlike touch. At u quiet wed'! "lit t (.llm IWaulllul Wollt. ! indications for the coming thirty-siluiij. luilr. wK&riii'Ni. tilence, for the harvests that have re' r trains, always with the mall clerks, ding the sister of the bride wear pret- l,T. I.on'Mlllc . ....... ......, 1M R. Ml. (.23 i, m. I t -- .., !.y nil CO. Jree. hours. CHEMICAL. tULTIMOKS, MO warded our husbandry, for a renewal however, and Is known by nearly ty dresses ol ctcpoii, fbulntd or p. m t.u a, in. Ttt riBi...,. He says the old proverbs, in which of national prospirity nnd for every every mall clerk in tho country. UruB'lf (iKur. ... v,t7 . in, .07 p-- m. ipjii tafleta. the modest prophets of the country 37 p. iu. advance in virture and intelligence ItttaKton ..m ............ 9.4 t,m. Whenever tho fad seizes the strange The ushers, in pairs enter ihe 10.41 . I1, place such confidence, are nil rubbish, 9SI p m. eHttPrt that ha 5 marked our growth as n little animal, ho jumps on u train church first, followed by the brides CjMftjMllt, M.M..1..MM, IVlR.Ill! MCp.m. and that it is not possible, even with and rides until he gets tired, changpeople. Une;tlllf, Hill, in, to. in p, mt walks Inst, escorted by her father or l'nrk OhcVdv Pilln will mince your d all the costly and .(.enlipSTt.. ....... IttMa.ni. 19.M p.m. And with our thanksgiving let us ing cars ns often as he pleases. Ho w.iitl.lTKUM'ANKNTLV from VI near male relation. lSllSp. III. Hill I'. Ill machinery of the Weather Bureau, to pray that these blessings may be ' lost nn eyo several years ago In a NOSliirvliiL tsolp. m, H.Mp m in 15 mtiii's n month. The easiest way to serve refreshurtTiilf ...M, .... wreck in Cannda. Owney has a col-- I tell what kind of a winter it will be. multiplied unto us that our national 1'uhlicity. r. IIrli'rion l!p. Ml. li'AIH. 111. nick ii on. oi injur ; M) MinUii'aim-f- v with medals ments is to arrange them 011 n table lar completely covered Coons and 'possums, chickens, and ,Vo. coinscience may be quickened to a betThey luiil'l il thu luiilth , Jlo.M, given him by mail clerks. Ohio in the dinning room and .set ve to the I In-KA9T HOUND, even the breast bone of the goose, he I'M' J ln!1j. cm I !f.ioii Iuuviiil.' iiVINIC ter recognition of the power nnd good- State Journal. guest standing. Salids, thin rolled l.r, HrBtlerten 7:11 . m. 3; Up, in l.KS ni lluliliiiTKV. S I'OUT - M0. thinks, arc utterly unreliable. ness of Go J, nnd tint in oar national epot!,.tllUw. , , . m, 2 37 p, m bread nnd butter, nces, sui.ill cakes MKVsMiililillirti I'lniihii ir nin'y The country prophets are practicalThe Jumping Bean. life we may clearer see and closer folOuewvro. ,.Mm .... Jim s. m. IMp m. H' Ii'Vt'd. and cofleeure sufficient. U EXI'KltlMKNT ly unanimous in announcing that this i.'r) it, rn, ft.p. in ufftfften,.wM low the path of righteousness. One of the curious products is the tt cui nlilumi'd JWIIVr rlll"f,Bloiii The bridal veil is now worn thrown 0A1 a. nn SlStlp. HI severe winter will be an uncommonly And in our places of worship and jumping bean, a vegetnble curiosity, only nhiT unr ot (xpCJH'tice. it ii Ifi.OI n. m. AiM p. m OtiKII and they say that all the signs agree whoso feats of ncrobatic agility have back, as' it is not nn easy tusk to y . in, ;13p m i nltrs Minhliiildiuci In in our ol- praise, as well as in the happy reuneMplicftpor..- -. . it niter it has been draped over with their prediction. An Ohio far.w p. m m IrtliiRinb...-- .. .;.. fli'K. l'l ice SL'.tlU per initktiuf or ions of kindred ami frienJs 0.1 that never been fully explained by the BrsteotMri tll&B, in. ai p. m. Ilillt! iijiuktistc for 55 OH l They grow in peds, the face. The ushers piehent all iiuiil mer, who says that he has closely day let us invoke divine approval by scientists. ratnt-..i.Watt .ifn,. Mnm. .'. p. M. ixtimiil. TtHiiiniiuilf nnd .jiari't."-confl- each pod containing three beans. guest to the b ulal brty and the observed the doings of the weather for tUlMtUo .. generonsly remembering the poor nnd . in ..- 1:W p, in. : When placed on tho tabic 'they fall groom's friends to the hostiss. hire iViik'ib cpiiIh. more than forty years, has issued a needy. Surely He who h is given us over nnd skip ; Tula N'n.81 sat i'o, f3 mV about, sometimes All ciiiiivpiiiidcnrc Mrictlv i If the young people ol a family ate statement, which reads as follows: comfort and plenty will look upon actually jumping a good two inches. In tastes (SubUijt pxKpitt) ullli train u old enough to be iu society, catds lll- -, itarJtiwtarp .1 Wfwrs it. P.. Url. dciitinl. "Coons and 'possums have a heavy our relief of the destitute and our When held between the thumb and KuJIIltrtiVjllhrBtU.n.illf.. tfcnOft.l. PARK HEMFDY CO., should be addressed tothcui. Send growth of fur coming on. The chip . ministrations ol charity as the work forefinger they nre felt to beat ns H. c, JtoanuK. Oon. IM'r Mo'toii. Me an invitation to Mr. and Mis. Jones, I munkand the bljuirrel are the busiest ohlMlPf. Kt of hearts truly grateful and ns proofs strongly as the throbbing of n strong one in n nother envelop to the then little animals in the world. The infinimw..,i iii of the sincerity of our thanksgiving, man's pulse. MisCSjoilLS. W'ltN 10 GWEKSBQRO sects have left the north side of the n.Mfiltrbtil-.Witness my hand and the seal of C7t Discouraging to Burglars. A urulc-elec- t snoiilil not put p p. c. I! 1 1,1. IN trees in the woods as you will notice, Ml riv.lrt l.rtlwf. the United States which I hive caused till W.k Mi... H ? There U little encouragement for on her cards. The refreshment m y r.MMf and the feathers on. the geese are to be hereto affixed. itrl't imi tllifcJt in a man to be a burglar nowadays. be served during thecntirc rcrcj.t.in ItN llhtHllt heavier than ever before. My young Done in the city of Washington on When ho has an earnest aspiration vlilwd sxr x.f o'irinjvT,3iT:3x. iitlt,ti rii'fcM 4ii- tK ui.ii lui.h. 'b'e MIA. It is harly desirable to invite piop!e .HfO W lambs are growing wool that seems r the first day of November, in the year to rise to eminence in the profession, t J hMf Work, I tfii fiti'rl uil I"1U Bg floctri MrttM. illour wedding reception when ymi to marvelous, and sheep that have been p A tAln4l(l.lnl' ' of Our I.ord, eighteen hundred and inventivo genius always does all It Si,t iiwcn nn it:' or itylr, Freilf-rlc- u f. 4artbl..wBrrttlf4.t'tfii-.ilarc not upon calling terms with them. sheared are rapidly regaining their II, (Ivultii. O. ninety-four- , V. llAltUIMIN & CO., f l.rt can to bother' hlm. and of the inlependencc For instance, .! 'null 4th, Gm37 slain, The souvenirs idould be sent to the fleece. These signs were visible in And many other people near them, of the United States, the one htn the vaults of the subtrcasury in San bridesmaids nud ushere before the Francisco aro fitted with wires laid 1857 and 1S5S. Another sign of a A dry summer that year shall be dred arid nineteenth. E SCHOOLS UNDCn ONE MANAGEMENT.-"-- ) CTW3 between every two rows of brick, so ceremony. hard winter is thelargehazlenutcrop. As all nre born therein shall see, Grovf.r Cu:vnt.xn. si SOMHERN B0WUP.6 6R&I that any attempt to interfere with This means also that lots of the boy They shall be strong and covetous, By the president: The fall of the year is 0 Irjiiig thou steal ought thou loscth thy the cement or the bricks will disturb babies will be born to take the place If life, W. Q Grhshman Secretary of State sfmrninl an electric circuit and sound a warn- season for elderly people. The many RndiiBK of those who will be killed in the For thou shall die through sword and cheerless, dark, dismal days IIBBDBK IS riBiVSVII' ing bell. Boston Courier. No man is to poor to take the coun CSTADLI8IIC9 11 1673. '&" knife. coming war." not to say injuriously, on But if thou fall sick 'tis certain ty newspaper, says an exchange, and COLLEGE. I SOUTHERN SfiHUgS GREEH BUSINESS That prediction is followed by othNORMAL SCHOOL. MISS BEATRICE HARRADEN. Now is tho both old and young'. Knilltb. Ttichtin'. Scientific, and Clinic Tlrr'itI4nsln?.Tritn!nM.nrloUhcS.uth.l it is false economy to get along withers of the same import from all parts Thou shall turn to life again. yuiMwnrt. leitguphT. 'iTpe ICouuri. Mutic"Att. and Elocution rrotldM Bjotl.ttMBj, time to the vital energies WrltHtr, Old sayings haveit that ifAllSaints' out it. Hardly a week passes that The Pleasing Young Authoress Maklor . Low of the countty. However, this is not !! lYnmamh'i' Pur.! can enter at I catalogue. wtts ol board anJ tuition. SoJ lot with Ayer's S.arsapni ilia the best of taytime. ttnd lor cutalorne ing Many Friends In America, Day will bring out the winter, St. something does not appear in its an unusual occurrence at this season; CULKP.Y BEOS., Prop!, BowIIdj Oraa,Kj. fyUealUn CeatJJ dMlrtd. Adlrtaa all blood medicines. Miss Beatrice Hnrraden Martin's Day will bring out the Inthat will be of financial ben-fi- it health slowly but surely is gaining because it is just the time of year out In Calidian summer. It ice will bear a man to the subscriber, and by the end when the rural weather prophets are Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder before Christmas it will not bear a of the year he has made or saved fornia. She is staying nt a ranch busiest, and nine years out of ten near San Diego, and proposes to take World's Pair Highest AwnL mouse afterward. The three days from one to twenty times its sub n long draught of Pacific coast ozone-beforthey insist that very cold weather is ofSeptember 20, 21, and 22 rules the scription price. The city papers do she leaves there next June. J. 1., Curftnti, coming, -- TO SEE TIIK- I'..'I Ca r no weather for October, November and not take the place of the county paThoso who meet tho young EnglishThe Indiana man comes to the front December. The first three days of per, although some people seem to woman find her a very charming with the announcement that husks 8cm, January indicates that of the coming think they do. The city papers are personality. Entirely unassuming, are thicker this fall than usual.which three months. The twelve days be- all right in their way, but they don't her bright mind affords a fund of en.1 he says, is an infalliable sign that tertainment for her companions. At tween December 25 and January 5 are give you what you nre most interestIt there will be cold weatherduring Jann dinner recently given by that vet.sssssssssV the keys to the weather for the twelve ed in your county news. You can w uary and February. Boston's most eran journalist, Charles NordhofT, months of the ensuing year. not learn from them wheii and where Miss Ilarradcn was tho center of atfamous unofficial prophet says that If October is warm the following public meetings are to be held, who traction, and entertained the comlie has been a close observer of the Careful Kstimatcs made on nil Carbe cold. If October are dying or who are moving in and pany with somo of her experience. English sparrow for years, and that February will bringsheavy frost and winds January who are moving out, court proceed"My book," she pays, "brought mo pentering and Hulldinjj. Tctr.is the birds, which abound in the vicinHartford, Ky. ity of Boston Common, are growing and February will be mild. Much ings, who wants to sell laud in fact, bushels of letters in criticism of it. rain in October indicates much wiud hundreds of items which might be of Some of them arc very funny. An feathers on their legs. There is no in December. New York Evening particular importance for you toknow. Italian said: 4I read your book and I M08T IN QUANTITY. DE6T IN QUALITY. doubt in his mind that this is a sign love you.' I answered his letter. Such Sun. Such matters city papers cannot fur- devotion was en trancing, though of an extremely cold winter. nish, but the county newspaper can I beliovo this foreigner was ignorant Frost soon Holt's Thl! Clear moon, and dees. If you can afford but one of tho English meaning of the words offer one hundred dollars reWe is a saying that may be heard freward for any case of catarrh that can- paper, by all means take one that is ho used." Miss Ilurradcii admits e quently in Pennsylvania. that her own experience nt An not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. published in the county in which resort suggested tho young a health WHITE'S CREHH woman weather sign was an activity CllKNKV &Co , Props.,Toledo,0. you live. F. J. in "Ships," and promises, too, that displayed by the beavers in laying in We the undersigned, have known HER CONFESSION. her forthcoming story is to be about an extra large supply of winter food F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and FOR 20 YEARS healthy persons. She still suffers A Fashlonablo Woman Compares a month eailier than usual when a Hns lod nil WORM Romodloo. believe him perfectly honorable in all much Inconvenience from paralysis Other Days with the Present. C. cold season was at hand. Similar ac'EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. of of the right forearm, brought business transactions and finncially "Did nobody ever tell you that in playing the violoncello. Sheon by SOI.D 1 V AI.I, DUCOG1STS. tivity on the part of bears gave warn- able to carry out rr.par-- 4 hf can 3 any obligations some far prehistoric time I was in ' UlUIAHDBUa flBUllllB ll,. III. 1.UII3. ing of a severe season to the hunters writo only ten minutes at. a time, made by their firm. , love with my husband?" said Mrs. in the early days. Bear tracks after and uses for this work a penholder I Wi:st &Tkuax, Wholesale Druggists, Rornalno Lie 'till mvo you MOSEY by Diiyiiit; frnm HIM. Will . the first fall of snow indicated a mild Toledo, O. WAI.DINO, KiNNAN & 1 used to carelessly. "Well, was. of the diameter of a broomstick. ho to afternoon services in This arm trouble is very similar to winter. In the fall before a cold and toll yon a Bugjjy, IIurncM, Lap Duetcrand Whip from JG0.00 Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Tole- Lent and pray for that love to last, tho affection known as writer's early winter chipmunks nre unusualbecause the sensation was so much cramp, and affects tho hand do, O. as well ly abundant. They are always housuj lo 75,00. The Dnvis Carriage Company has the reputaHall's Catirrh Cure is taken inter- to my taste. I used to have ecstatic as the forearm. N. Y. Times. ed by October 1. Before a mild winfeelings when his foot was on tho tion of building the beet Hupgy for tho money of any Factory nally, acting directly upon the blood stnlr, nnd I sat sewing little bnby ter, however, they are to be seen as and National Qamo In Florida. mucous surlaccs of the system iu Cincinnati. clothes. Wo lived in n plainish way, late as December 1. Price, 75c. per bottle. Sold by all then; three dollars spent In two They were doing their best, cerThe farmers say that when cows druggist. Testimonials free. 15 1111 theater tickets was a tremendous tainly they mado noise enough, but Tho lliiimb l nn nnflllnj Index bellow in the evening it is safe to T) o In. cf cliamcter. Thu outlay: and we walked out to din-necircumstances wero ngaalust them. dlcntu n Hnns vlll (rrcot eiietcy look out for snow during the night. llnnly nllleil Ir llio ami rriiilic-I tucking up tho train of my When the ball camo to t.ic ground, hrnlnlated Tj r. ''' 'niiMbct llioro When cattle collect nearthe barn long Of school district No,6o for the mouth best gown under a long cloak, and of iKhniicwl hli.i mill liiitflrieM from no matter what height or with ability. Hull if there l)ie bilomj before night and remain huddled Sliding Nov 5, 1894: Cora Allen 100, laughing if tho wind snatched It What Impetus, It fell dead on the tu tlm liuty man nr ttomnii; and l'unilly Mumzli.e Demi rtt near it until late in the morning, Mattie l'irtle 99, Inez York 95, Geor- away from mo nt tho corners nnd sand; if it had been mado of solid f.iochlli ("r null ritrsom a winter is coming. wlxto toliino .f net-- . Iricr, con. gia Pirtte 85, Henry l'irtle 00, Eddie whipped It around my feet. Then could not havo rebounded. rubber it ilrii-.In nmnll fpice. ,n Out tho When the donkey blows his horn "Baso running," was little better r il.o ttl.'lo world' work record Vork 71, James Allen 73, Susi? ho grow richer, and wo broadened l half un a P'o ill ' ".' I" for Tis time to house your hayand corn, Duke 92, Mabel Duke 96, Annie the borders of our phylactery, and than baso walking. . Sliding was lionr. Tne On leal 1)r li.illci.tn 01 the world for a Trifle. then how when dear knows if 1 safe, but by the same token impossirilli'rn'int, cut" , ntd n lvc of FOR. LITTLE MONE is an old saying, A thaw is to be ex Grigsuy 85, Effie York 57, Alliia Alinu.lcpo ir,r,ui.iir.ctlon, Aprr(li pected when a cat is seen washing len 93, Author York 89, Clarence Al can remember, wo grew farther and ble. Worse yet, at ovcry "foul villi tl.x l)pa of thniiili ttlll 4 4 4 I I i i tnjoy the lltirKty atlrcctlum farther away from each other. Now, stroke," or "wild f ball its face with her back to the fire. of Dm rcl' Jlrfailno. 'llw len 74, Iva Vance 84, Nannie Crow-de- r when ho is at home, I am awaro of it was lost, nnd tho throw," tlitfieldn lote of ll.illiHlr Tjio The old German saying, "If on Willy end rrl.ttlilc'li ttlll fimlrr.ro 70, Clarence Howard 91, Stevie becnuso ho Is thoro behind a newsers had to pick their way painfully pUiuuriiln tliumaKii'.flcrntoll.pict. Candlemus Day, Feburary 2, it is Grigsby 87, Ollie Yoik 72, Estill proof ioef. l.ix'JI lncl.e, riro. n paper, but that is nil! When our about In tho outlying UhtiI fionithaornlinlpjIiilliiL-libright and clear, the groundhog lie tmgwi; lliu moil tenbrntiil of 62, Maggie Sutton 52, Lor.nie lips meet, it is like two pieces of dry I scrub till they found It. Nono but livliii-ttl.lrli ttlll will stay in his den, thus indicating A twenty-pag- e jourml, h t'i" leadinrr Kcpiiblicin family paper of the true patriots would havo tho heart Hohimer 71, Tom Sutton 73, Willie pith coming together. I have a peri'o 3ten t tvi ry mbreilbcr lu 1)' tnon t' Mttnoliio for 1M, Tho that more snow and cold are to come, llo.vord 74, Wilber O ince 72, fectly unsurpassed power of annoy- , to try It. The first baseman, cerIt is n NATIONAL I'AMll.Y l'AI'ER. nnd uivea all the All col of Pilt in) ir ttorl: ol nrtttni United Stntcs nr.d llio itpmdiir'lnii titO.'Oi bnt if it snows or rains he will creep grades below 70 was caused by ab ing him by my presence. I know tainly, who hnd oftenest to wndo H'I iif;n'lH(l ti) tft cut net 1'3 JSvrlikv ll.i, nu front the Reucrnl news of the United States. It gives the events tf foreign lands iu nothing of his affairs, nor hoof mine. into tho scrub, should have received (iil.li9 n nutshell. Its Agricultural deitaittiicnt h is no superior in the country. Its out, as winter has ended," is respon- seuce. oirliu.!, M Johnston, Teacher. A. pliliuo pub. oil nr Our Interests are his, not mlno. a conbulato at tho very least. A sible for the popular superstition reer.rli iminlnrof IhoMnct- dervirtntcnts for The Maritet !lporM nre Our.houso Is mlno, not his. All my Florida Sketch Book Mil' I3ll ll.l.iilln tlm Mi iVI'H a'lfc r 1.1.1 Family Circle, Our r"o;iii."if nutlmrity, SepariteMeclranics. Its Home t Ins an. lliu ml Im arn iu Bradford- garding groundhog day. nnd Science and fii'cU'fimt fiipcrMjr liliiMrntfd iliot Vouiitr A lady tastes aro 'fads;' but so long ns I Torrey, !L3 What is a bloomer dress? mo MAi'Szinu is, in rtaiiij, nl.!l... Rural observers assert that hogs gives the following explanation. Itfl nnil t5rf.itt- - rv.ttlMi'iu ..'till it Itt til" fl'lltltrilltflll 111 tvlvpq mill fi.tllirlltf-r.roiio nr an iwrkn 01 in don't dlsgrnco him, ho does not InK5f-gather and store straws, hay and leaves "The bloomer dress is a pair of trous- terfere. I havo money In abundance. Jirti'iKS'. cencral nolitlcU news, edit .rials nn.l discussions are ronnrelieiisl. brill- rt Tho Largest Window. before cold weather sets in. If a mole ers very baggy at the knees, abnorco:itr.ict enables us to offer this splendid ?rtru'!n,riMLwoiWoMhi Lint nti'l ex'nustlvc. ' A at money Money who cares for -The largest opalescent glass winn" In Urmoreet'a MakhzIiic, In etcry jourinla-rlTlldigs a hole two and deep, mally full about the pistol pockets, money when a man's heart and soul IIVRTI'ORO rilJPUIHJCVN l,r one nf Ita nnmcruiia drpnttmenU, dow In the la In tho new v'' it wk'rh cotcr tho enllrn oilltllc nnd it is an indication a severe winter is and considerably loose where you nnd brain havo gono into it? How Paul's churchworld Milwaukee. ItSt. Is at kIciiIc Held, chronlilliiz every long is It since ho has thought I rit hand; if the hole is two feet deep, striken match. fact, fancy, and fad ot llio dty. The garment is cut what is known as a navo window, j wrfect Demon it'll l limply the cold will not be quite so severe, if decollete at the south end, and the could want anything from him but a tho lower half being composed of Fmnily Manrlnc, ai.d waa Ions io criitined Quicn of thi'Moidlilk'n. check? But nhl if I wero you, and 7"3-3LCeone foot deep it will be mild. Par- bottoms tied around the ankles or threo immense panels, and the upper heiid In ynur inb.rr tloii; It ttlll WvMUCluu'1 frUvnuU Gordon wero my suitor if, knowing coit nnle I'.' 00. ml Jim trill data tridges drum only in a fall when a knees to keep the mice out. Youcan't half of n splendid roso and tracory ' Maj;arliie In one. Aildrc-- a a dorm what was to come, I had It all to live W jKNNlNuiDiHnneiT. PnblUher, in a semicircle of This fall a mild and open winter fol- put it over your head as you do your over again I The regular Mihcriplio:t for the. two papers is $2 35 vSubsc iption may IS Ett Hill Street, New York. think I. would tako monster window brilliancy.extrcmo in its Ihouuli not ii faihlon tnnazlne, Ita lows. A scarcity of sqnirrels in au- corset, but you sit down on the floor tho bitter .present for pno tasto begin fit any time Addre.s oil otdcrs to perfect faihlon pagt'F.cnd ttinrtlclri of measurement Is thirty feet nnd ono on funlly anu domeitlc mallcn, v. Ill tumn indicate the approach of a cold and pull it on just as you dolour tho old sweet that never can' como lie of ritperlatlvn lilcnit tu Inure Inch in width nnd exuetly twenty-fou- r winter. backl" Contury. pnioritlie tho Fenilnllio Tjps of stockings one foot in each compartfeet In height. It is beautifully Thumb, ithlch Inokfltca In Its imall The old s tandby of the farmer proph- ment. lite, ilendcrneii, loft nail, ami . You can easily tell which is Cruexecuted, the subject being tho Secret of Truo Decoration. XZei:?-&XOica.unooili, rounded tip. tlio.e tralta 35L;f- ets, hower, is the breast bone of the the right side to have in front by the which Delnnir encnllally In tho cifixion In fact it is an exact copy to cenllar eer, ereryouo of whom It is essential to good decorative of Doru's goose. The whiteness of the bone button on the neckband." masterpiece: "Christ Leav- Demoreit'aMaeazlne, If you aro unacquainted wllli Write your naiuaan I ad Ircss on a postal card, send it to G1.0. V. Best, design, whatever Its kind, whether for a ipeclmen copy (free), indicates the amount of snow that ing tho Praotorluin." There nro Ita merlti, tendthat icelng theie TIU'MUS b"i and Room pot you will admit 2. Tribune nuildin, New York City, and sample copy of TUB it be a book cover or a a rnu In lbs way of c will fall during the winter. figures Magazine evirytklngtailng money by flndlng In ona Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder carpet or a tapestry, a carved panel over two hundred lo ntlify the literary want ol NEW YORK WKKKLY TRinUNE will be mailed to you represented 011 tliU wonderful winIf the November goose bone be thick World' Pair lllgheat tf 4l and DIdIohu. or an inlaid floor, that tbe artist dow. May be Looked for, at Least that is What the Backwoods Prophets Predicts. x new-langle- So will the winter weather; If the November goose bone be thin, So will the winter weather be' If the bone is red or has any red spots, expect a cold and stormy winter; but if only a few spots arc visible, the winter will be mild. Any authority says that the saying "Everything is lovely and the goose hanks high" not "hangs high," is frequently quoted is n weather proverb meaning that when wild geese fly high it is sign of fair weather. When birds of passage arrive early in their southern passage severe weather may be looked for soon. Blackbirds flocking together in the fall indicates a spell of cold weather, If crows fly south cold weather will follow; if north, a warm spell may be expected. If autumn birds grow tame The winter will be too cold for game. Turkeys perched on trees and refusing to descend indicate snow to the initiated. When the ivory-bille- d woodpecker goes to work at the bottom of a tree mid goes to the top, removing the outer bark on his way, it is nu indication that there will be a deep snow. When the woodpecker disappears in the fall look out for a cold winter. When the wild ducks fly to the south it is a sign that winter is coming. When wrens are seen in winter expect snow and plenty of it. A fog in February indicates frost in May. An old saying is "He that would have a bad day must go out in a fog after a frost," and another is: "A winter's fog will freeze a dog." Bearded frost is a forerunner ol snow. Frost that occurs in the dark of the moon kills fruit, buds and blossoms, but frost in the light of the moon will not kill. Early frosts are usually followed by a long hard winter. The first frost of the season, the fanners say, occurs six weeks afttx the first song of the katydid, Heavy white frosts is a sign that warmer weather is coming. Black frost is the forerunner of a spell of wet weather. Hoar frost indicite rain. Rural observers say that there will be as many frosts in June as there are fogs in February. Three white frosts, they say, will bring a rain every time. Christmas conies on Tuesday this year Here is a curious stanza from the Harlein manuscript in the British museum; 'If Chistmas day on Tuesday be, Thatyear will many women die, And winter grow great marvels, Ship's shall be in great perils. That year shall Kings and Lords be THANKSGIVING PROOLA., shall recognize technical limitations, shall perceive technical possibilities, MA'IION. and shall bo In sympathy with tho FriMtlnil I'lcirlniiil lleklKnutrn 'riiiirmlii.T, Aot.tlU, nu n ilny lo lip Olnertotl. - WEDDING ETIQUETTE. h material employed. Tiio dccorntlvo artist must bo swift to seize- that ono of tho processes presenting themselves which will best suit his Immcdiato object. "Ono reason for our modern failures lies in tho multitude of our facilities," suggests Mr. Lewis F. Day in his llttlo book on the "Application of Orunraent," nnd ho ndds that "the secret of tho ancient triumphs is often in tho simplicity of the workmnn's resources." Where a man has but a singlo tool, ho must porforco devise ornament which that single tool can accomplish, or else go without ornnment altogether. Out of the strugglo comes strength. And yet, nothing venture, nothing have; tho dccorntlvo artist, If ho wishes to get. outside tho little circle of everyday bnnnllty, must try the hazard of now fortunes ns often and ns boldly us tho explorer or tho soldier. Often hn will discover strange countries fair to see, which he will annex forthwith. Brnndcr Matthews, In Century. Rules to Bo Observed by Port Bon3 Who Wish to Do tho flight Thiu g. if "" ,rfiayAyAAyAyyyrfVl In Poor A Health iJiOWiib i x- 1 iron IBitters It Csircs oil'-tli- -- I ) 7.-- ' .. FATPEOPLE 1 Ouefl-tor- s, li 1 ear-ran- ..!,.. ) tln. 'dni't-etlor- ri r- nm nt U x :v V 0 i-- i.. 1 mltvi-ti.h.- i, UW .- .Uift-dlriiiti- -- .. SJKP-'.nAT- iMIsra nctde-prcssingl- y, TOW J& - M col-utu- Gem to .artford J. L. Carson & wmm c. old-tim- WORMS! vermifuge; SPRING op OPRNING- lu Field's cur Busies just from .the Duvis Cavringo Coinpnny. So como and judge for yourself. rs 'INTER' ITAMENT il real Valae Weekly JJew5 baro-foote- d till Al-le- saw-palmet- u y I'.uner-pdt'Ui- water-col- I iMVm a, 1 q o I "p-ci- e v ONE YEAR -d-- IIAKTFOSII) HESUJULICAN. o wall-pape- r, lifo-blz- . i jv, -'. j