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VII. in THE FODRTH CONQRCSSIOKAL DISTRICT, IS.li3.ca.. Tho Republican. Pay up and onoyearln Advance and we will sond you The Louisville Wooklv Commorolal ono veir freo. Subscrlbo atonco. Will show how vou THIS TAG stand with HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1894. Judge Reeves wa3 one o the striking 'Give us your hand in the most corincidsjjyof the late political I cannot tell dial congratulations. was no particular reason you how much I enjoy your splendid wllyIr. Reeves should have been success. I know you Will make an elected over Mr. Guffy, aside from the honest, able and just Judge. It will general but mistaken assumption that be a great pleasure to ms to stand be- Kentucky was a State that belonged I fore you as one ol Judges of the Coutt in effect to the late Southern Confed of Appeals: I congratulate you again eracy, Mr. Guffy is as good a lawyer and again.' as Mr. Reeves. We do not agree in "Col. W. O Bradley writes: 'With all respects with the local feelings great pleasure I congratulate you. ' expressed in the Green River Rcpub. Butler county has covered herself lttlTATlONS. lienn, and we think our esteemed con with glory. ' temporary is somewhat partisan and "The talk about fraud being perpe rather extreme In some of Its com- trated by the Republicans is an enor r IN CHINATOWN. ments, but as extreme things had been mous lie. The people of this district said on one side, it may be as well have elected Guffy Judge of the Court ial perhaps, in order that the people may of Appeals, aud he will be Judge.and Ennllah Spoaklnjr Dlnors in a Rootaurant. be well advised, and to give them an woe be those who attempt to rob him Idea of the extreme thingssald on the or the people." Thn nil! of I"arr Ilrcad and I'otatoee Are other. Here is what the Green River A Care lor Hnrtl Times. Minn Quantltlea A Peep Into the Republican says: Kitchen Their Method. Are Everyone is familiar with the fact Democratic Nratneaa luelf. "Some of the n tffa't the census returns show' the papers, since the election, have vioThe continued Invasion of tho Chiof our cities to be growing attacking nese restaurants of this town by lated all rules of decency in faster than that of the country disled the qualifications of Judge Guffy tor tricts. There is a drift from country other than Chinese patrons has the proprietor of ono of these places the high office to which he has been to city. But a close examination of to provide a card printed in English elected. the facts favors the theory that this nnd headed "Kill of Fare," saya the "The object of these libels is two-fol- is not steady. When times ate good, New York Sun. No attempt Is made One is to annoyJttdgeGuflyand to preserve the Chinese nnmes of his family and friends, the other Is in when all the mills and factories are running on full time, when building tho strange looking but savory dishes offered here. The list starts hope of so prejudicing the minds of is having a boom, when new streets the State Board against him that it are being opened, when the railways off with plain "pot roast chicken with mushrooms," and ends with might look with favor on a fraudulent are having busy times, the oppottu-tie- s contest, as called for by one paper "boiled rice," in the way of for employment are good, and at t after which are named four where Reeves is now holding court. wages better than are obtainable in kinds of tea and six kinds of It is believed that Reeves and a few So the workers from country. for of his henchmen have instigated those the Only the much-callethe rural districts move into the cities. "tsup suoy" docs not appear under libelous articles with that end in view. All goes well until there conies a' time an English name, which Is not "We assume that the State Bond of financial stringency, followed by strange, since nowhere outsido of Chinese kitchens Is such a dish pre- are honest men and can not be used dull trade, business and industtial pared. One may satisfy a good ap- by Reeves to further his personal and prostration. Then thousands are perpetite here with wholesome food for wicked schemes. The number of workers force idle. an outlay of twenty cents, while, on "A strong effort was nnde by which was ample for the boom period the other hand, there are single Reeves' henchmen to prevent Judge is far too gjeat for dull times. Thoudishes that cost as much as ono dol- Gully's nomination, and, alter, it was sands nrc out of work in the cities, cents. No bread lar and seventy-fiv- e made, the most desperate, as well as and the problem of relief becomes a is offered and no potatoes. The the most dishonorable cflorts were pressing one on the organized chari other egotables served are curious made to deleat him, but he was well ties and municipal authorities. In appearance, some being Imported Now, what is the remedy for this? from China, and many others from known in the district, and, as gaol n furm cultivated by Chinese some- luck would have it, Reeves was well The purchasing power of those out of where on Long Island. known in part of the district. The employment is extinguished. Those Diners at theso restaurants may result was Guflfy's election Rievei who have employment economize satisfy themselves as to the charac- did not get as large a majority in ' seme from the lear ol losing employter of the food beforo It is served. Todd, his own county, as Cleveland ment, or because of lower wages; The kitchen is on tho same floor with get some from motives of economy. The with connecting got two years ago. He did net tho eating-room- , as large majority in I.ogan and Simp- result is, a vast curtailment of the doors wide open, and no objection is shown if any is felt to the closest son, where he had held courts for total volume of necessaries of life purscrutiny of tho culinary operations. eight years, as McUIroy got this chased. We witness all these condiWhile some sightseers were making year. These facts speak in thunder tions about us to day. There cannot a meal of Chincso victuals the other tones, and he would not have run as be recuperation until people go to buyevening several fat chickens wero w.-l-l as he did, but lor the fact that ing freely again. But they can not carried up from the street, through many Democrats were loath to fight buy, for instance, as freely as they the restaurant, Into the kitchen, him openly, for fear of injutlng Me-did in 1892, until they have the monwhero they were speedily slaugh-- 1 roy, the Democratic nominee lor ey to buy with as they did then. And tered. The method of killing them was to silt the throat with an or Congress. Ten of the counties in the they can not have the money until dinary kitchen knife, while the bird Third Congressional districn, six of the unemployed are again steadily at wages rises to ' was held downward over a sink Into which Reeves had held court in sev- -' work,! and the which water was pouring. Tho eral years, gaveGufly 1,295 majority. its former level. operation required but a few sec- Guffy carried ten of the seventeen The law of demand and supply is as onds, and the surroundings were as counties in the entire district. The inexorable in its operations in the noat immediately afterward as if tho fact is Reeves totally unfit to be field of labor as it is in any other. headsman had been merely dividing a fudge of Court of Appeals, and the With thousands of idle men seeking pear. At tho samo time the visiting Guffy to employment, they will underbid each party could see through an open door people have elected Judge other for ivhat employment may be a Chinaman stripped to the waist the office. bobbing up and down on tho end of a "The Judge is the youngest of a had, or offer to take the situatious t f The long pole. Ho was making what ho family of nine children, all of whom others at work for less wages. said was "like macaroni," and his were noted for ability and good de- inevitable result is that wages will bamboo pole, brought from China, meanor. His oldest sister was the decline all along the line. There can was used In place of a rolling pin, wife of James G. Hardy, who was be no recuperation until the labor doubtless In tho same manner as by elected Lieutenant Governor on the market is bare until the army of the his remotest nn;estors. vanished. But with Dut nearer than the kitchen was ticket with Morehead iu 1855. Judge unemployed has much diminished demand for the pro tho uniquo spectacle of a pretty Gufly Is one of the best informed men whltogirl wearing diamonds, but no in the State; has been a writer on ducts of labor, how Is that army to stockings, her bare feet being in- political, legal and economic subjects find employment? The unemployed are nearly all in serted in tho same Rort of flapping irotu before the war, and his writinga slippers that Chinamen wear in- were clear, concise and logical. He the cities. The true remedy for the doors. She and a Chinamnn, each was licensed to practice law in 1856 by congested labor market lies in the with chopsticks, wero catlug "tsup Judges Stewart and Graham, and in migration of enough persons back to suey" from one dish. country to restore the disturbed 1857 was married to Miss Monroe, of the Are Thoy Significant Figures? Ohio county, the daughter of A. B. balanced between demand and supply. comes the question, Some odd facts uro given in a Monroe, a cousin of Hotf, Thos. B. Then naturally just published In Paris with Monroe of Frankfort, once United "but what will they do there?" book There is but one resource.the land. tho titlo of "Mysteries of the Occult States District Judge for Kentucky. Sciences." From the chapter on The Judge has reared ati interesting They must go to making a living as "Arithniomancy," or divination by family. His oldest daughter is the tillers of the soil. We Americans do numbers, Is taken tho following: It wife of John M, Carson, son ofjudge not farm properly, and hence not proIs known that the reign of terror Small holdings, the world and cashier of the fitable. was closed by the fall of Robes-plerr- o T. C. Carson, Morgantown Deposit Bank. Another over, are the ones that make the The sucIn the year 1791. money; statistics prove this. Only cessive addition of these four digits daughter Is the wife of Rev. S. J. M. R. S. as much land as can be tilled to its to tho number as a whole will bo Thompson, a rising young found to give 1815, the year of tho preacher, now on the Bardstown utmost producing capacity should be close of the empire. Proceeding In Junction circuit; another is the wife obtained. And it is astonishing how tho samo manner, 1830 Is obtained, of J. B. Render, of Bowling Green, small a track it takes to furnish supthe year which witnessed the fall of book-keepAnd only as much of the Aberdeen Coal and port a family. Charles X. The process being con- Mining Company. His oldest son, E, is needed as can be tilled without tinued will bo found to glo further hiring help. Then industry and econtho totals of 1812, 1857 and 1878. D. Guffy, is a practicing lawyer and omy are all that is needed to make a prominent Republican politician at Theso years mark respectively tho death of the duko of Orleans, with Hartford, Ohio county; another sou, comfortable living. Then comes the objection that the tho decadenco of tho dynasty; the Speed Guffy, is a bright lawyer here unemployed can not obtain land, and birth of tho prince Imperial aud tho and a Democrat. Another accomattempt of tholGthof May to restoro plished daughter is yet at home, with have not the wherewithal to maintain the monarchy. Arithniomancy ap- three other children not grown. The themselves until they get returns parently docs not concern itself Judge owns about the most valua from thler crops. This is true, and with tho future, for llio event wincu ble residence iq the town and some it is a difficulty fn the way. But the Is to leave Its mark upon tho for exodus to the country must be made tunes of Franco la 1002 tho next other town property. From boyhood hehaspeena useful member of the up of men who have some little year of the series Is not stated. Mo3t members of means, thusleaving room and occuMethodist church. Jloro About JikIko UuflTy. his faniily belong to thesamechurch. pation for those who have nothing. Sunday's Loi.isville Commercial Toledo Blade. "The Republican party of the disfollowing account of contained-thtrict, and out of it, too, are delighted Judge B. L. D, Ouflyv Or. Price's Cream Baking Powder The election of Judge Guffy over with Judge Gufly's election, s,o fare World's Fair Highest Medal and Diploma. many Democrats, as the numerous The Itnrtlnrri Photo Car, nothing stands as man, letters of congratulation which he A D. Taylor, the Beaver Dam Phoaa a rcmotiy lor every wofrom all over the State,1 manly ailment, as Dr. Plerce'i has received tographer, has located his Photo Car Favorite Prescription. Here among them being two former Judges U the proof. It'i the only Hartford and will make Pictures of the Court of Appeals, one of whom in medlclno for women so cerMonday . all day every tain in its effect that it can be is a Democrat. A few extracts may here In every case, It iu the Hartford Photo Car. Mr. it doesn't benoflt or cure, your be in order: S. K. Cox, a Democrat, money is returneiL Can will be found at his home President of the Hartford Bank.writcs Taylor else, though it may be better for n tricky dealer to sell, be under date of the 15th inst: 'Having gallery In Beaver Dam balance of the "Just as good" for you to buy I time. We are glad to say he ranks "Kavorito Prescription" is seen so much in the newspapers reup with the ablest Photographers in rut invigorating, restorative flecting on you as a lawyer, knowing tonic, a soothing and strength-cnln- z class work guarannervine, and a complete you as I do, socially, politically, as a , the State. First euro for all the functional da- teed. ran frcmenta, painful disorders, ana cnronio lawyer, as a gentleman nnd a friend, "When beauty comes he takes it; weaknesses peculiar to tuo sex. I am utterly disgusted with these atIf there is none he makes it." For young girls Jutt entering womanhood; for women at tho critical "change of life"; tacks. They cannot injure you.how-eve- r, nursfor women approaching confinement; with those who know you. I ing mothers; and every woman who is. B,33Jd "JG J.pMOd Sliptsa W-- 0 " tired, or overworked It is a congratulate you onyourelection.and , special, safe, nnd certain help. predict and wisn you a most success .1... Supreme Bench ol the ful term on u on ni. la l'MI.Jlh!a If you have an Incurable caso of Catarrh, at the riewfpapr Aurcr tho proprietors of Dr. Hngo'a Catarrh Remedy State of Kentucky.' tlatiur Aarner of Meaara . will pay you tAOO cash. They believe that "The Hon. John W. Lewis writes: ;i,. our authnrUed saeni rcvolu-tioinBihcrc NO. 18. PROFESSIONAL CARPd? Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report 0" -- RoYal jSSSSSf .JJ2AL0US OF HIS i THt PnOCTM 99 1 iooPURE Baking Rjwder 5 After this ensued what appeared a scene of desperate to lookers-oflirtation; but In Mr. Bashford's mind there was of course no harm in thus paying cxcluslvo attention to his own wife, though a pang shot through his breast at tho thought of, her accepting such marked demon-- , stratlons from one who to all intents and purposes was a stranger. But all of a sudden tho Turkish, lady deserted him and joined a, Roman senator on- the right sldo of the room. Sho conversed with him in a low tone, danced a set with him, and afterward exchanged some private words In an apparently very( confidential manner. , This fairly maddened Mr. Bash( ford with jealousy. Finally, ho got, a chance to speak to her again. "Squaw must not leavo her brave," ho murmured. n - L OWENSBORO, KY. Will practice his profession in Daviess and udjoiiiing counties. Special attention givt.11 to colli ctions. Office, Bank of Commerce Building. AWYER. J. 8.H. Wetttlli W LYTLB, Jus. "J. Glenn, DON'T ACCEPT a QAMCl CO. CtlTTL ABSOLUTELY PURS WIFE. Mr. D. Dashford cherished high Ideas of men, as opposed to women, and had exalted notions of tho husband's dominion over his household. Mr. Bashford had forbidden his wife attending the masqucrado "of tho A. Z. A. society. Ho had his reasons for so doing, but his wife thought ho might have mndo known his wishes in a little less Imperious manner than ho clioso to adopt. The ball was set down for tho On the evening of tho 29th. morning of that day Mr. Bash-for- d wont down town at tho usual hour, but during tho forenoon had occasion to visit a section of the city that led him past his own residence. His attention was suddenly arrested by a young woman with a largo bundle ascending the front steps of his houso and ringing tho door bell. Ills perplexity was Increased when the door was opened cautiously, tho young woman admitted promptly, as If by a previous understanding, and tho door instantly closed again. Mr. Bashford's curiosity nnd susShould he picion were aroused. linger and solve tho mystery, or dismiss it from his mind and go on about his business? He debated the question Irresolutely for a moment, and finally decided that he must know what was going on In his own house. He had hot long to wait. The young woman soon reappeared, but without tho bundle, and walked( briskly down the street. Shcled him to ono of tho busiest and gayest streets, and finally turned quickly Into a celebrated LAWYERS, HARTFORD, KY. (Office, GLENN & WEDDING, orf r Anderson's Dauar.) ? t TO AIili ANYWHERE XOURSION EVERYWHERE! Ge-loot- 8UMM1M Will practico their profession in ah the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given collections. Also Notary Public for Ohio county. TICKETS tttsapiiikeMo&MfygeslNi RAILROAD, To tha Springs and Mountains of Virginia. To the Lakes and Woods of the North, the Ooean, To the eashert d pbp-ulatio- TT0B1EY T AW td TO THE PROMINENT RESORTS in T j C . UNITED STATl Al WIU aH AND CANADA THE I square. IIARTFOKB, KY. Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office east side of public M. L. HEAVRlN. HEAVRlN SlIRtBY TAYtOR. & TAYLOR, I 4 Pleasant Spotf near Home : GRAYSON SPRINGS, D AWSONje KINO B, OailENDEN SPRINGS, CERULEAN SPRINGS, Famoui for IMi Social, Healthful, and Itconomlc I 1 I s, I But she only laughed tantallzlng- - Attorneys at Law counties, and iu the Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office, next door to Bank ot Hartford. J Advantage pre-serve- s. d Nh" W ' dn lOCAVMTJMDAYItXCUnSIOIfTICKBTS arson sale between all elaUonewltbiuadla-j.'Wattnceo- f r.n mllet and mlBK BND TICKETS will be Kid to Louis- - tiik. aiempnit, and rauuran, ironi pointe la the rlcinlty of tlioae cllie.. Kate Khnlulct and all Information rrrarillnr trip In anydirrctlon will be (urnUlml on application to oujr agent of the Chesapeake, Ohio & Southwestern R. R. and any one requiting liook., pamphlet! or any adrertltlng matter, tleacttbliig any particular retort or leaorta, can piocure tame by writlug to any ol the following J. T. DONOVAN. r.vt aKlTklctAct. i HOWARD HARTFORD, KY. 'I think I hear tho pattering ofi Will practice thier profession in all rain drops," he said. "Shall we not' stand in tho open door, whero it is the Courts of Ohio and adjoining cool?" ruiciu, IT. Duutct I am Act. JOLLY, xirin.,Tllv. rM.Au XT. T.O LYNCH. C I f.u Afl ( W.J. MeBRIDE. Tuv UJIIITILL,KT. UIVIITIU.S, C.J.CRAKMER. Ami Cen I M.aac,, LOtllTILLH, XT, "Yes," she replied, "for a fow moments. It will bo a great relief." Thoy approached to tho doorway, and stood looking down a short flight of broad stono steps, which led to the sidewalk. Boyond could be seen a 'Solitary carriage, with a dim light glimmering from the driver's seat. Tho driver himself had sought shelter from the rain within the carriage. Mr. Bashford looked cautiously around. No one was luN sight. Ho then coughed in a peculiar manner. Thedrlver Instantly emerged,leaving the carriage door open, and walked carelessly forward, seemingly to inspect the harness of one of the horses. Now was Mr. Bashford's time. Ho his companion suddenly seized around the waist, thrust his hands under her mask, and pressed It over her mouth, and ran wli her to the Perry Westerfield, Attorney at Law. Bhaveb Dam, Ky. x. v. guffy. ' b. d. rin00 onto Cotton Belt I? Uy.) (St. Louis Southwestern TO attorneys Jt 5jaw, Hartford, KeritvioJcy. aud adjoining Arkansas, Texas THE ONLY LINE With through Cur Service from Will practice in all courts of Ohio counties, Superior Court and Court of Appeals. Collections and all legal business attended to. Office 329 E. Market St. i n m and the liiulici No change ot Curs to OK INTfiKMEDITB POINTS. costumcr's cstabllshmentl Mr. Dashford was astonished. Could It be that his wife was venturesome enough to disobey him, and had hired a costume with a view of attending the masquerade? He did not linger long in meditation. His wife's audacity must re- R. R. WEDDING raif Two Daily T a ins Carr)ing through Conches Trau-iriii- Pu m ii ii Slti'porH. finest farming, grazing Ami lauds. Ami retelling the mtisi town anil ciiii'-- in tho 3roat SoiixSiwost. FAK.MI.NO jluiiitiiiul till the I't'irnl-- , cim nil"' utiilfptcmtlt mlMpii'tl tn ihe coiion cultivitfioii l mini) i m uii'l 'rl LAMi Yt'iJ.lniL veetiiMt . ' AiloHluip GRAZING LANDS. during aim et I lie excellent pasturage entire year, ami comparatively close to the great markets. TIMBER LANDS. Covered with almost inexhaustible forests of yellow pine, cypress anil the hard woods common to ArkttusiiH uml Eastern Texas. Can he procured on reasonable uud advantageous terms. All - llnraroiinrrt with nntl hnvetifk. etaon Cotton BeltR. ute Ask your nearest Ticket Agent for maps, tuno tallies, etc., and write to any of the following for all information you may desire concerning the trip to the Great Southwest. W. A. McQUOWN, Pass. Agt., Louisqille, Ky. Dis't lcli tlin E. W. LaBEAUME, G. P. &Tkt. Agt., St. Louis, Mo. Gen'l Supt., Texarkaua, J. A. EDSON, Tx. xSSmSaMmCW Vc'kAIJHAUbMARrSaf A CAN I OI1TA1N A PATENT f For a prompt anawer And an bonett opinion, write to St U K H its CO., who har. bad nearly sftj rears' iperlenoo lathe patent tmalnaM. Commiuilcaj. tlona ttrletly confidential. A HnnnhooK of In. formation ooncernlnc t'Ht.lil. and how to ob. tain than tent f re.. Alto a catalogue of median. leaJ and lol.ntlrld booka tent free. Patent. Uken through Munn ft Co. raceJrf bmuI notlo. In the nclentllto American, aad are unaewt brought widely before the rnibllowltn. nt to the InTentnr, Thl. aplolidla Mpw, lllnttrated hat by far tho taned weekly, eJMtntlyany tare Mt .Iromatlon of .elentlla work In U. world. SA a year. Bampia onpluaantfre. Buildlnf Edltlon.montbly.SUuayear. Slntlt oovlea, US cent. Krery numbar contain, twee, atcnl ptatee. In colore, and photograph, of atw ouaea, with plana, nabllnc bulld.ra to tkow the latwtclMlni. and amr. contract., Aridrau UUMN W. COPYRIGHTS.- - t CtX, ItCVT XOIiK. UU1 BuoAUWAT, iTABLER'SDII V BUCKEYE OINTMENT A SURK rilJll I "run-down,- carriage. "Scream and you will bo murHartford, Ky. dered," ho muttered in her ear. Will practice his profession in all He then forced her In the carriage, the courts of Ohio and adjoining stepping In after her. counties. Also Notary Public. ceive a severo rebuke. "What Is to be dono with mo?" Office, room 20, Hartford House. The proprietor was a woman. He Bhe summoned tho courago to falter. accosted her thus: "Hushl" he growled. "Madam, would you object to Still tho carriogo rattled on 177. making fivo dollars In as many min- through numerous streets and alleys, utes?" tho driver having been instructed to Tho person addressed Intimating take a long, roundabout course. Finally tho driver gave a loud that she would have up objection to cough. This was a signal. He had that sort of thing, ho continued: Hertford, Ky. "Then describe to me accurately calculated that tho devious course practice his proieseion in all tho costume delivered by the young thoy had taken would so bewilder his WILL courts of Ohio and adjoining woman who entered this storo a wlfo that her ideas of locality would counties and Court ot Appeals. Specmoment ago, or else show mo ono bo completely confused. Ho wanted ial attention given to collections. just like it." to Impress her with tho belief that ' Office over Carson & Co. "Woll," said tho woman, hesi- she was being carried to somo den of tatingly, "that wouldn't bo exactly unknown horrors. B. regular, you know." "Hero wo are," he growled. "Not "I understand that, but I can a word from you, my beauty I" prove to you, If necessary, that I A loud scream greeted his arrival. HARTFORD, KY. havo a right to know, and no harm The gas was burning brightly, and can possibly como to you by your in the middle of the room stood her Will practice his profession in the tilling me." arms thrown up and her tiyes pro- courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Careful attention givcti .to all business "O, well," said tho woman, "I truding with horror his wlfol Ho halted in dire astonishment and entrusted to him. Office in Repubpresume It will be all right. Tho costume was that of a Turkish lady. dismay; still retaining his hold on lican Building. Hero Is one just llko It, except thaV tho Turkish lady, who had by this the hood Is blue instead of scarlet." tlmo fainted. , "Loulsel" he gasped. "Ves just so," said Mr. Bash-for"Don't you know me, Louise?" "Tho ono that tho young street has a "What does all this mean?" sb. woman left at 54 said, stepping forward cautiously. scarlet hood, has It?" "Why are you disguised so fright"Yes, sir." "Very well; hero Is your fivo dol- fully, and who is this you havo with, you?" lars." Mr. Bashford's bewilderment wa He made no allusion when he went home to his fivo o'clock dinner to tho so great that he had entirely forgot-- i Ji . J circumstances just related. Ho ten that he was still supporting tho simply said to his wlfo beforo leav- Turkish lady, and ho now nearly dropped her. ing, wondering tho while at her in"Haven'tyou been to the masquernocent and unconstrained demeanor: HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. "As I told you would probably bo ade?" ho demanded of his wife. Certainly "To tho masquerade! Louise, I shall bo detained Is prepared to do any and all kinds the case, unnot." by business Prices most of Dental Operations. "Then who is this?" til It is quite lato." reasonable. Office over Williams 8c "That! How should I know? Why, "O, dear, I am 60 sorry; it is so Bell's Drug Store. what unlonesome theso long evenings when as I'm allvo, It's Oh, Dlo, doing? der tho sun have you been obliged to bo away." you are The "business" which was todetain This is Emma BurchJ" And Mrs. Bashford bent over the a short tlmo prostrato form and set herself about After spending They soon applying restoratives. at his office, ho proccedod to a upestablishment, and placed had their effect. Miss Burch satconof an artist, right and looked about her in a himself In tho hands fused manner. who, after a long and tedious proc"Louise, is It you?" she exclaimed, g him Into a ess, transformed with a glad look, and almost fainting Indian. I really safe? 0, This done, ho ordered ft carriage, ogain. "Aud am bo driven to horrors!" and gave directions to Sho caught a glimpse ol the In-- I the placo where the masquerade was diun. to bo held. "Thero, thero, never mind him," OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Mr. Bashford seemed to create said Mrs. Bashford, soothingly. "It's Is prepared to 'dr all kinda of quite a sensation In his character of only Dlo." Dental, work at reasonable price. Many stared at him, Indian chief. "Dlol your husband tho ono that and somo of the women shuddered. kidnaped me? O, what docs It all Ho did not dance at first, but mean?" walked with stately tread around Hartford, Kentucky, Both ladles looked at Mr. Bashford tho hall, gazing disdainfully on tho inquiringly, who was now forced to giddy throng. Ho wus searching explain everything. Snilder Contractor for-- a Turkish lady with a scarlot He did it with a very bad grace hood. and a good deal of stammering. Attorney at Law, pirn IT Jo. H. BARNES UWJ ROGERS, Attorney at Law, d. J. R. PIRTLE 4 . J DENTIST down-tow- n u a. whites "Ss-lCi- cos-turne- hideous-lookin- DINTIST. I XV. ID. LUOB, ail any-thi- 6toppcd suddenly and his gaze lingered in a particular quarter. Thero was tho Turkish lady with tho scar-lo- t hood, and her slzo and genoral contour wero exactly thoso of his wife. There could bo no mistake what he sought for. It was somo time beforo ho found When he had concluded, his wife But at last he said: Will draw drafts from a nice, neat CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. I and CERTAIN CURI IB years the BEST REMEDY for FILES. known for OI.B nuidbrtICKiXS80K I BT AX.I. BBV80IST1. HIS OO.jET. LOUTS, about it. "Pooty squaw," ho said In a guttural tono. "Noblo Injun," sho replied. "Squaw dance?" "Yes." Aud thoy took their places on tho floor for ono of tho quadrilles. I "And so you thought tho suit was for mo, when I only had it brought charge. Will make careful estimates hero to accommodate Emma. Tho on all kinds of buildings, and reraod Motto "Live and same clothes fit us both, and I had al old bouses. fitted to mo becauso they wanted let live." it to bo very aecrot about her costumo. ELECTRIC TELEPHONE O, Dlo, to think that you bhould AdapUd BoldOBtrUht.no., havo so little trust In mol" llo.TMT louuy, viliaeeor kMU ..Ml MiW. reateeteonTM- Mr. Bashford bad not a word to Mll.roa earth. UaosandMat mtkM B mm .v n 6ay. Ho sat down moodily. UinH mean a aaW to all ta .bora. fie (mtrumjuU, aa lore, worta Ho had for once Iu his life been reaw w aajvhu. epj ouubm. b uuasiew. ear aaavMaaalppM. Can put up h fairly beaten, routed, lgnomlnlou.ly off. aene eat ei oraer, w repelrtaa. kata a lln tlau warrantad Amnaartn, Writ. defeated. Boston Globo. Cs .Clerk rSTCeiaiaiiia, 0. WTP. Msrrtsen cozy cottage up to a fine two story houso. Will draw plans free of 1 I a mwmw they can curs you. t L i4i r made everyone A STRANGE PROFESSION. that they were laboring The Chicago offers the An Ohio County Boy Writes NAM A. ANDKftftON following on "The Beautiful Light," for the same great cause of education. How Ono Man Makos a Living for Her Boy's Suffering' After Proprietor. nn Intorosting Lot-to-r JO. n. HOMF.KN Editor. Hlmoolf ond Family. which is very appropriate to any love Response by H.II, Davis was a bright Diphtheria j and pointed talk, suitable for the ocProm tho sick swain: Friday, November 30, 1894. casion. School Incentives was first lilt Whole llutlucti Ii to Ut Arrested and Hood'e Gave Good Health and Wost. I've traveled many a weary league, Strength. Go ta ba discussed by Wallace Rosson, who Crlm. Through many a foreign land; Subaoribors Tako Notice luat Hears Ilia Confessions of Across the waves of mistic sea, showed many of the benefits of School the Ileal Article. Do you owe us any subscription? KeiitUfongrntiilfitloiM to Ohio Conn much as one mother in the formation O'er waters of burning sand; Incentives, in a few but well chosen ty Rriiiibllrnni. I've sought for beauty in the North, words. The subject was alsodlscuss-edbyof a young girl's character. If so, please send or bring it to us. In n hotel In a small town lu a And under the Southern skies All the crimes of man begin with the II. Wood, who thinks that northwestern couuty of Ohio recent We need it. We bnvo to pay cnh But there's nothing fairer on earth I vagabondage of the child. ' Wellington, Kan.,Nov. 24, '94. natural incentives are far better than ly was boarding a man who has a frow for everything. In fact,' it tnkes lots Than the light in my dear love's artificial ones, because they encour- ' Strange profession. The election has come and goneand The twD prime functions of the state He did not, Wo of money to run a newspaper. eyes are the nuns and schoolmaster." with it came a great "Republican however, remain there mnny days. age the pupils that need encourageThe beautiful light, In conclusion I will say, let the nro now, nud have been, sending a victory that rolled from ocean ment and skowlhetn the real value Ho was arrested; a splendid burGod bless the sluhtl to ocean n victory that crushed alike wptnnn faithfully discharge the duties The light in my dear love's eyes. of an education II. H. Davis says glar's kit was found in his possessomo statements to our subscribers. the Democracy of the South and the that devolve upon her as mother and that he has used artificial incentives sion, nnd ho was hurried off and Don't wait to rcccivo a stnteruent.but The buidens of life press hard and placed in tho county jail. Tho litduties which are Populism of Kansas and Colorado. with good success and thinks in many fast, tle town went wild over tho capturo examine tbo label on your paper and But I want hers, and she will have instances they will encourage the puto congratulate the ReThe way dark aud drear. nothing to regret by leaving men to My purpore fhgi, my eyes grow dim pil when natural ones will fail, The of a notorious and despcrato see what you owe aud send the publicans of Kentucky, and especial the newspapers at tho county My heart is filled with fear sneaaLLH subject further discussed Dy J. C. JfiaBBBv. Per ly those of Ohio county upon their manage the affairs of State. t nmount to us without delay. seat told tho story under Hut a light breaks through, the sky An Ohio County Boy. splendid success. P!b1b1bbbbH& and V. D. Fulkerson, who made poster type, nnd everybody believed For it seems to aBaLaV haps your account is small, but we is bright, night mnrnudor hod me that if there arc any Republicans good and instructive talks. The body 5 All cleir my pathway lies, Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder have so many of theso small accounts who deserve more praise been enught by Jay detectives after than others, For a love shines forth to strengthen then adjourned until 1:30 p. 111. World's Talr Highest Medal and Diploma. Bee for the grand victory they have m me, that they soon make big ones. The subject ot Punishment in nil the city sleuths had fulled. Kcnil Thlv In the light of.my dear love's eyes achieved, it is the Republicans of School and how it should be used was Dut that was a mistake, though to it thnt you do not get a dun. many will go down to their graves If you want to buy town property, The beautiful light, Ohio county and the Fourth Congresopened by C. Iglchart, who made an believing n God bless ttie sightl Remember, when you pay up for desperado with all sorts If you want to sell town property, sional District. interesting tak on punishment and of crime on bis list was captured beCut while the ReThe light in my dear love's eyes. C. I. Hood A Co., Lowell. Mms.i TiiEREruuucANandono year in adIf you want to buy a farm, publicans of Kentucky and the whole "Hood's ssrstparllln liu done so much for told how he had used different kinds fore their eyes. If you want to sell a farm, Thislijjhtgleamsevcrbeforemineeyes to an advantage. will receive tho Now country have covered themselves vance you bit boy that J wish to t a tew words In praise II. II. Davis says This desperate man of midnight ot Uils wonderlul medicine. Clifford was Terr A beacon so strong and true, If you want to buy any kind of York Weekly Tribune or the Louis- with glory, it must be remembered the best way to govern a school is to .crimes In the little hotel and town III with diphtheria and It left htm f ufferlne; with To warn, to cheer, to urge me on real estate, In the work I have to do gain the respect and confidence of the was there to be arrested. That's his Jlrlxht's disease. He was terr weak, poor la ville "Weekly Commercial one year that Kansas has done something oi flesh and could hardly walk. Malaria fetet If you want to sell any kind of And so when life at last is o'er, which she may justly be proud, somepupils and much punishment is not business. He makes a living for son orertook htm and together with trouble real estate, Free. By all means, if you owe us And my spirit upvard flies, himself and wife and daughter by with hit liver, . thing at which the whole country J. C. Barnard maJe nn May a ray stream dovn to greet me necessary. you want to rent property, If Ho Waa In Much Misery. on subscription, pay up. may rightfully rejoice. interesting talk on the same subject. being arrested. It is his profession, then If you want to loan money, perhaps, the strangest ono of thouAt last, almost discomfited. I decided to hare To Kansas belongs the honor of From the light in my dear love's The subject of Penmanship was sands by which men make He has take htm try Hood's Sarsaparilla. Allow the open saloon hero and dollars If you want to rent your property, eyes having struck the death blow to that well discussed by M, P. Kimb'e, A. honestly. only a tew bottles, and yet It has done lilm more He was greatly suryou ruin our school. you want to borrow money, If The beautilttl light, good than all the pre Ions medical treatment M. Smith, Wallace Rosso.i aud V. prised and Indignant when the local Womon Suf God bless the sight! If you want to go out of business, frage." D. Fulkerson, who gave their methofficer arrested him on a warrant Peace, quiet and good order are The light in my dear love's eyes. If you want to go into business, sworn out by n visiting detective, So crushing and ovewhelmng is ods of teaching it in school. the requirements of a well regulated In fact, if you want to buy or sell The subject ol Civil Government made some show of resistance, asked society. The open saloon is an ene- the victory that even the most radic- any thing advertise the fact in THE Am old inhabitant was telling me al equal sufTragist has not as yet suffiwas first discussed by II. II, Davis, for nn extra good guard for protecmy to these. about the cold spell in '54, which, he tion nnd went off to jail with a meekciently recovered his breath to ask Republican. says, froze the Ohio River so hard who thinks one of the best ways to ness that was most commendable. Dim Iran County. The State Treasury is developing the common phrase question, "Where that houses were built unon the ice teach it is to place an outline of the The sheriff, prosecuting attorney The Messenger has the following and let the nnd detective nlono knew the true and medicines combined. Ho h.i rcRalned a very healthy deficit, and the next are we at?" The advocates of this deand families from Louisville lived lesson on the Vvulte flesh I thing will bo to raise the already ex. lusive movement made quite an ag- to say of things around Owensboro: there in order to keep from paying pupils talk from that. J. C. Barnard, story, and in the county jail ho was strength andgl" us and look tV'll healthy.what pleasure others will always gressive campaign, using nil the arV. D. Fulkerson and J, L Brown EALLS OP ROUGH PICKING UP. treated like any felon. In this parorbitant tax rate. a valuable medicine Is Hnod'sVArsaparllta," tax, This sounds rather funny, but guments commonly set fotth in its made interesting talks on the same ticular case, which cannot now be Mrs. (1. W. Marlktt, Carrollton.VCcntucky. M. V. Monarch, receiver of the knowing the gentleman to be very HooIVj Harsap K. H. II yon decide Deputy U. S. Marshal Bulliugton defense, such as the impetus it would Owensboro, Falls of Rough and Green reliable I mndcpubllc, he Is to worm his wny rllla do not be induced to take :tny olliiS. to buy am bound to take it for the stibjft. into the confidence of n man under Will Training was next discussed scooped down upon some of the tigers give the cause of temperance, and the River railroad, filed his report for truth. Hood'e Pills cure liter Ills, JaumlfK. bli by J. C. Barnard, who made a short arrest for n startling crime, and, If lousness, sick head.ichn and constipation. 54c here Tuesday and jailed a cuuple be- purification of politics in general. September and October with the fedbut excellent talk on the manner or possible, secure from him admissions fore you could fay scat. It caused a But I am proud to say that the men eral clerk at Louisville yesterday. A Brave girl "Do you thing your that will convict the suspect, whose A "TRANCK CI.AIKNOYANT" of Kansas have a higher appreciation The receipts for September amounted training the will. sensation in blind tiger circles. trial, soon to begin, will attract the Send as cents, with age, sex and sister likes me, Tommy?" "Yes; she A comic declamation was well re- attention of cf the sacred rights and duties of wo- to $3.777.4o; the expenses, $2,055,92; northwestern Ohio. This was true yesterday: Full manhood than her neighbors, Wyom- earnings over expenses, $1,721,48 stood up for you at dinner." "Stood cited by M P. Kimbley in his usual But there is no objection to giving stampi nnd receive horoscope of fumany a pie of shortest crust serene, ing, Colorado. I am proud to say that The receipts for October were $4,780, up for me! Was anybody saying happy manner, who made the merry tho name nud somo of tho incidents ture life. Madame lubber, dead trance anything against me?" No; nothing ihouts of laughter ring the gay Thanksgiving boards of farm- Kansas has paid a higher tribute to 37; the disbursements, $1,590,03. over the en- In the lite of this a with, the medium, seventh daughtcr,born with much. Father slid he thought you tire house a veil nnd wonderful gift of second and all felt that they had strange trade. ers bear; full many a turkey is picked womanhood, of which she as a state LOCATED AT OWEKSDORO. were rather a donkey, but sis got up He is Thomas South In private sight; tells past, present and future. not only been benefitttd but well enplump clean and wastes his feathers may not only be proud, but it is a Dr. J. C Hoover, formerly of life, and makes his living by hiring VVI.U NAM!? Ob WHOM YOU WILL tribute of which every country under Pleasant Ridge, Ky., will locate in and said you weren't, au.l til ftther tertained with the day's exercise on the autumn air. out to be arrested. He is known to MARRY; positively no imposition; the shining sun, that pretends to this city about December 10, and will he ought to know better thin jit lje The chainmn appointed C Ile-harevery private detective nnd detecn man by his looks." adice on business, love, marriage, The Grand Jury took a very de- have any respect for womanhood, M. P. Kimbley and Miss Lee open an omce over J. M. Iiaynes, tive agency ef any prominence in speculation, divorce, changes, miss cided stand against the proposed ought to be proud. Themen of KanChinn as a committee to prepare a the central, west and south, aud ing friends, sickness, store on Fast Main street Dr. Mrs. Cuthbert Bulitt has wills, pensions op ening of saloons in Hartford. Ev- sas appreciate the duties and respon- Hoover has just completed a review another card addressed to lhe written program for the next meeting. A bos been in jails all over that sec- and nil affairs of lile; every hidden public. motion was made and carried to hold tion, charge with all sorts of crime. ery member of that body signed a sibilities ot womanhood too much to course in a New York medical college, mystery tevealed; helps nil who are remonstrance ogninst it. Not only wish to add to them the duty and re- and is a physician and surgeon of In it she says she regrets that she the next meeting at Rockport the South resides In southeastern was persuaded to withdraw her di- fourth Saturday in December. ne is nt present in delicate in trouble; never fail; gives advice The Hartford is against it, but tho peoplo sponsibility of suffrage. considerable renown, vorce suit. That cveiy allegation in body then adjourned. health, and is doing one of his last, .on nil points of interest, business They justly appreciate the fact that of the county are against it ' IMPERSONATING AN OPHCER. her suit is true, but that she felt that Wallace Rossos.Ch'm'n.pro tcm. perhaps very last, bits of work. transactions, love nffairs, family the duties and the responsibilities of Exposure, confinement In foul prisLev Williams was arrested yester- it was her duty to forgive him and troubles, stock speculations.lawsuits, Amid tho enjoyment occasioned by maternity are the highest and most J. II. Wood, Sec'y. ons nud the excitement of his life absent fiiends; cures witchery, fits, , day for impersonating an officer, and pity his declining years. She s the signal Republican victory in the sacred of all duties and responsibili-tieshavo resulted in scvero pulmonory ItejroiHl Comparison drunkenness, opium habit, rheumathat she consented to wtihdraw by the side of which the duty was released on his own recognizance. county, along with the rest of the Are 'the good qualities Possessed by disease, and ho has reached a jolnt It is said he and a companion were at it upon the earnest entreaties ol Col. tism and all long standing nnd mysearth, tbo excellent work of thet Re- and responsibility of suffrage sinks a house of Hood's Sarsaparilla. Above all it where he feels he must rotiro. Hp terious at the same time Bullitt himself. She denounces diseases. To what gieater began his singular business in publican Committee and more espec- into insignificance. purifies the blood, thus strengthenMr. J. C Tucker, of Ohio county, J5.000 CHAI.UJNC.1J and newspapers for their ing duties, or to what greater responsibilLouisville, Ky., just at the close of ially that of Secretary W. A. Gibson the nerves, it regulates the digesities could woman aspire than those was. Tucker was drunk and easily abuse of "a true womrn," and indeed tive organs, invigorates the kidneys the war, in the secret service, nnd to any medium or fortune teller who should not bo forgotten. "Gip" is a managed. Williams had a large de- the whole lengthly card is of a sensa- and liver, tone3 and builds up the en for tho purpose of justice became a can excel her in her wonderlul revewhole team within himself, and dur of motherhood? In what sphere does tective star and either he or his com member of some of the worst bands lations of the pist, present nnd tional character. she hope to wield a greater influence tire system, ctras Scnfuln, Dyspeping the past campaign simply outdid thieves, tfrhich nt that ititme events of perrons' lives. All sia, Catarrh nud Rhcuiuitism. Get of than she can in that of motherhood? panion pinned the star on his vest, himself. He's a veritable nonesuch time terrorized thnt city and vicinithen took Tucker aside challenges accepted, and in return According to the official return? Hood's and only Hool's These are questions that I will and it is said, ty. He would become acquainted CHAU.UNOKS Till-- : WORLD. as a campaigner. The men then lett in Pennsylvania, as leave for those who favor equal suf- to talk to him. compared with Hood's Pills cure all liver ills, bilwith the plots and plans and dlvulgo him to himself, and when Tucker tlie Presidential vote of Husincss .strictly private and confi1892, the Re- iousness, jaundice, indigestion, sick them to the authorities. Disliking Secretary Herbert has recom- frage to answer, fori am sure that went back to the house he claimed to publicans gained dential, Iieadacuc. 25c. 58.790, the People's they cannot answer them by saying this calling ho conceived the idea of mended that Congress authorize the have been robbed of about $42. When party 10,750, and the Socialist-LaboMadame Jubber will always stand r give her the ballot. But again is it Itown t'hiiiilrort Chnnxca HaflnlhM becoming a prison confessor, and, building of two more monster iron reported the case to party The Democrates lost 835. any credit to those who advocate he got sober he After a few days, Twinkle was explaining his Ideas to a number of as high nbove the common mediums clad warships of the latest pattern.to police, but until yesterday the in this country as the I'lcsidcnt nbove 18,660 and the Prohibtionist 1568. ready once more for what life should detectives, was given orders to seequal suffrage to claim that woman is the evidence did not justify an arrest. cost exclusive of arms not exceeding The analysis of the figures shows hold in store tor him:and it was quite cure confessions. His fame widened the ragpicker, while her charges for equal ol man in every respect? I $4,000,000each. He also recommends answer no, it is to their discredit. ELLIS OWEN'S LAUGHTER that while thousands of Democrats plain, from his restless manner, the and other detectives heard of nnd the tiuth arc the same as what other the construction of from 100 to 300 She is not she never will be his Thursday evening will long be re- voted the Republican ticket, an aver- cunning fellow knew some impor- employed him, though for obvious mediums charge for falsehood. reasons he was kept In the backtorpedo vessels. Uncle Sara is able faithfal lepresentment. Skeptical people who, on account Byso doing membered by the employees of the age of about one Democrat in five re- tant event ia his lite was about to ground as much as possible, and his to own a great navy and tho part of they arrogate the woman a favor of post office. Chief Clerk J. E. Hayden fused to vote. happen. There was no way keeping methods made public as little as the of the many misrepresentations in the 4 papct.1, have lost faith in newspaper prudence is to build it. In this con- creation unknown to God and to man. vindicated himself that morning. He him quiet in any place; he was nerv- case permitted. nection it might be suggested that In contending for the equality of had been telling his associates what In the years that have elapsed advertising should write and be conIn connection with the restoration ously alert all day, refusing to go to the United States owns tho two the sexes, their ambition has over- a crack shot hewas but he was not to life by D'Arsonval's method of a bed in decent season nt night, and if 6ince he adopted his peculiar voca- vinced that nil advertisements are not you were up at four o'clock in the tion, South has been arrested in a ft nnd?. fastest warships in the world the leaped the bounds that masculine implicitly believed. He went to the man at Pittsfield Mass., who had dozen states, nnd in many counties It is will known throughout the turkey shooting on the sand baracross daring has set for itself. They would Columbia, 22.80 knots, and tbo Min4600 volts of electricity in his morning, there he was, with his cov world thnt mediums nre the only reriver, and shot so well that he body, a correspondent saw erlet kicked all away, wide awake In each state. Cleveland uni te in her one person the distinct the neapolis, 23.Y6 knots. Dr. liable seers, and their clinrms cause brought home three turkeys, and the ive qualitiesand the loftiest possibiliand .obtained some partic- and waiting for daylight. love, speedy marriages and success in post office employees were asked to ulars. It was discovered that just under First Uia of Potatoes in Ireland. of both sexes. And again is it The violations of the prohibition ties business. YOUR FUTURIJRF.YIJAL-Ivany credit to the mothersof the coun- come to his home on St Elizabeth "I am not surprised at the news." his collar, at the back of his neck, law in this county have been so freIn the garden adjoining his house IN A DIJAD TRANCH. . Unites street that night and help eat them. said thedoctor. "Thenian wasdea.l. was a grayish white spot, which was try, for those who favor equal suf- quent recently and so flagrant " that frage, to be They were all there and a right royal no doubt; that is to say, respiration rapidly growing larger. Then every at Youghal, Raleigh planted the the separated nnd causes speedy and charging the men with first potatoes ever grown In Irclnnd. happy marriage any assistance rendered to our officers corruption and incapability time t hey had of it too. Those in had ceased. I don't know who with the one you of manthe child in the village had something Tho vegetable was brought to him love; causes good in the suppression of this illegal traf- aging the affairs of the William II. Alexanluck in all things ' doctor could have been who applied wonderful to attend to, for Twinkle from the little colony wlilch be enGovernment, attendance were fic, is always thankfully received by and then turn by proper advice. der, Bennic Fouten, Peter Hugger, my method. I have no one SI'CURIJ A was going to change his skin! The deavored to establish in Virginlu. around and say, that who reour best citizens. On last Tuesday by giving woman the right of suf-f- Henry O. Stean, Fred Kollenburg, presents me in the United children came in such numbers that Tho colonists started in April, 1585, CHARM AND W15AR DIAMONDS. t States, but Mr. Moses Bullington, Deputy Unit age all this corruption and incapa- Clarence Mattingly, Ellis Owen, and the system is very simple, and the they had to be admitted n few at a and Thomas Harriot, one of their Revcalseverything. MMH.JUHimR, colnumber, wrote n description of the DOX 75, NIJW AL11ANY, IND. Ed Osborne. Cal Thomas, the ed States Marshal, under Marshal bility would be removed? remedy consists in restoring respira- - ' time, and the individual most con I answer Blackburn, made a visit that has no, and say it is to their discredit and ored janitor, acted as head waiter. lion 1 discovered the remedy in cerned in the business, Twinkle him country in 1537, Hcdoscribes a root LUCKY CHARM FRF.l?. Cut this which must havo been tho potato: out and save it. Mention this pa self, seemed least concerned, probably brought forth good fruits. Many col- an admission that they as mothers BennieRouten recited an appropriate 1887, when I immediately communi"Openank arc a kind of roots of per. poem, and Ellis Owen's laughter cated the results of ray 17 aGt because he knew best what was to be round ored men have been acting as tbo "go have not done theirduty. investigations form, somo of the bignesso of conspicuous. Mr, Alex, to the Institute de of chameleons. betweens" from the purchaser to the Divine writ says: "Bring up a made him l'Academie des wulnutB, some fnrrc greater, which ande told some steep yarns, and Sciences. I commenced with aniFirst, he turned peaily white all aro found in moist and marlsh Awarded "blind tigers," and Mr. Bullington child in the way that it should go, everyr body enjoyed the supper. mals, and restored life in this way in over his body, and remained that way grounds growing many together ono Highest Honors World's Fair. and when it is old it will not depart arm ed with warrants of arrest swoopby another In ropes, as though they six instances. In regard to men, I all day. On the second day a ed down upon theso gentry, ar- therefrom." Now if that be true,and The Fnrmrr'N Companion, the inside of each leg, wero fastened with a string. Being I dare say that there are not many We take pleasure in informing our have succeeded four times when they resting two of them and putting and an opening f traight down his boiled thoy are very good meat," many others to flight, creating such who will have the hardihood to dis- readers that TheOhioFarmer is offer- were foudries by electricity, Indus. The Spaniards first brought popute it, the mother is directly respon- ed for the remainder of this year and trial or artificial, I discovered this back, and down the entire length of consternation among them as will tatoes to Europe, but Raleigh was Then, funniest of all, by studying cases of death by elec- his long tall. deter many from the future violations sible for the way in which her boy all ol next for only one dollar. Its undoubtedly the first to Introduco tricity. I found nothing, after the the skin parted at his waist, and casts his ballot and lends his influ- circulation is now over seventy-fivtho plant into Ireland. St. Nichof the law. One of tho parties arence. For it is an undisputed tact thousand paid annual subscribers. most careful examination, in the there he was, looking, for all the olas. rested made a clean bcrast of his conthat the mother wields a greater in- It goes into many foreign countries. lungs, heart or head to explain the world, as if he had on a pearl- white nection with busiuess and tho reKossuth' Son. fluence over the child than the father, It has en largcd to 20 pages and is one cause of death. It was purely nerv- Zouave jacket with fluttering, flowery sult was fivo indictments. Mnny if she does not form his character al- of the best most enterprising and ous action which caused death. Now, sleeves, and wide sailor trousers on Kossuth's son has been declared thanks, to you, Mr. Bullington, come together. Therefore it goes to reas-ofarm paper in America It there is a connection between the his legs; and he wis such a queer fig- by the authorities to bo Incllglblo to and Bee us again, for you have earned that he largely voices her senti- is published at Cleveland, Ohio, and respiratory system and the nervous ure, no one wonlerel tint he cut the Hungarian parliament, as ho la aud are now receiving tho unstinted ments in casting his ballot, some strange capers to rid himself of not an Hungarian subject, nnd has is national in everything but name. system. never taken steps to becomo one. praise of all of our best citizens. "Take the case of a toreador, for his old clothes. But what assurance have we that It is an So column weekly of 5 2 issues His trousers werj first kicked off instance. He delivers what U aim. women would be any less corrupt a year. Its proprietors are its editors, MOST PERFECT MADE. Exile of Themlstoclet. A NuKKtatlon than men? By what course of reas- while the associate editors are M'. E posed to be a mortal blow back of the by nimble legs, and he" dragged over A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free Which would be ol great benefit to oning do they arrive at the conclu Themlstocles, the hero of Williams and W. I. Chamberlain, neck. The animal falls, and ever his head his white jacket, all in tat- was sent Into banishment Salamls, ,'rom Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. by tho Hartford Commercial Club. It would 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. sion mat woman sutirage is a panaboth men of national reputation as one says that the animal is dead. ters, just as the list unwilling little practice of ostracism. This was a advertise Hartford and Hartford's cea for every ill and evil to which huThis is really not the case. What boy was forced, by coming darkness, purely Athenian practical agircultural writers. Among dovicoto prevent eT business. The Louisville Commerman government is heir? Arc not its contributors are those who have the toreador has done is that he has to leave the house that night. any citizen becoming too great. 4 I i i cial says: It was certainly time Twinkle had When any man acquired such promthe mothers and fathers of these gained a national reputation yf the touched one spinal column, that is "A pointer to our Commercial Club same men, whom you charge with best in this country and are known to say, a point known as the noiud a new suit; and it was fine to show inence as to be unsafo to tho state may be found in the lact that every being so corrupt, nlso the mothers and wherever the best agricultural pa- vital de alouiens, so calleJ from its him next morning proudly sunning ft number of citizens demanded a business letter which goes out irom fathers of the women to whom you pers are taken, Its proprietors spare discoverer. The shock is comuuni-cate- d himself in a coat of dazzling green. vote, which was taken by writing Indianapolis Is enclosed in an envel-op- e propose to give the ballot? Were As he had a choice of colors at his on Aliens tuo namo or the too prom to the respiratory system, no expense nor labor that promises lnent citizen. If a majority voted The Leading Photographer. which has on its back a brief and they not brought up by the same s to add to its interest and value, and which ceased to work, and this is ap. command, it is confidently believed effective summary of the business adby some that he chose green solely against him he was sent into exile, that brought up the "corrupt maintain its reputation as the best parent death. To restore this action not because he hod donevantages of Indianapolis. When our men?" to grace that beautiful spring morn- - but for fear he might do anything, and most widely circulated dollar respiration may be artificially resorPicture. In Ererj Style and Sin, something. exposition was in existence here its From "A Fellow' From Flori- He staved nwav from (iv in ton weekly agricultural journal in Amer-c- ted to in practically the same way as ing. These things being so it is managers utilised the correspondence SrOld Pictures Copied and Enlarged da," in Demorest's Magazine for De- years, then returned' and resumed Specimen copy and premium an apparently drowned man is trea to see wherein lies the justice of of business firms that way for A HPiiUIAIjTY. cember. his standing as a citizen without list will be sent free to all applicants f and if our Commercial Club the claim that women are not as corloss of property or reputation. 108J Main f)treet. by address The Ohio Farmer, ofCleve-lanA rupt as the men. It is hard to see (tier, la Muksclbera. would take the hint and get up a cut Tencliers' Heeling. Thcmltocles was ostracised and VmQ I OWENSBORO, KY Ohio, Agents wanted. LiberThe teachers of Rockport Magiste- The date on the label indicates the went into exile, where he was soon which business houses could use in how they are morally any better than r CollCfc-Notes. the men, brought up by the same al terms. rial District met nt Ceralvo, Nov. 17, time to which your subscription is accused of treasonable correspondpreparing their envelopes, it could 3 Ho was secure an immense amount of useful parents and receiving the same morRheumatism is primarily caused by 1894. Owing to the absence of Vice paid. This serves)both as a receipt aud ence with the Persians. al training. and profitable advertisment for Louacidity oi the blood. Hood's Sarsa- President, G. T. Tinsley, the house au expiration notice every week. Ex about to bo arrested, but fled to PerLincoln once said: "All that I am, isville without any cost." mine the date printed after your sia. He gained great influenco at parilla purifies the blood, and thus was called to order by the Secretary. or hope to be I owe to my aged mothWallace Rosson was elected Chair- name on the margin of this paper, the Persian court and projected an Mrs. O. M. Shultz, who resigned er." This ought to be an incentive cures the deseasc. man pro tcm by the body and imme- and see if it is correct. If not correct, invasion of Greece, but died.lt is' IQr 0Iie supposed, by poison, before bis Diane her position in the College on to every mother to pay more attendiately proceeded with the program. please to let us know. If your time Or. Price's Cream Baking Powder ' ol ill health, is improving. Demdcbr tion t the training of Iter boys and Welcome address was delivered by has expired, please renew atonce World Pair Highest Award. appropriate way and PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MOItNINO Inter-Ocea- n Hartford Republican 1 WELLINGTON, KAN. girls than they do to any thing else. One mother training her children for purity and usefulness is a greater power for good than a hundred would be with the ballot "Her children will rise up and call her blessed." And I believe that Victor Hugo spoke the truth when he said: "All the nuns in the world arc not worth as NOTES AND COMMENTS. J. C. Barnard in a well directed and feel .niiuinni; present A Mothers Story ! Jall-T- Mak.-Uello- re j. vie-tor- y home-make- r, rrro-v- s bur-glu- r; Bar-liar- d three-shee- blood-thirst- y ' I black-boar- HOOD'S Sarsaparilla CURES d 1 , t, V Indl-nn- u , reiter-tate- ill-fa- V cut-thro- 1 Plain-deale- r. D'Ar-sonv- D slitap-peareddo- Da e CREAM n BAKING POWDfR i OAT 3isr I. I par-ent- - 7- diflT-cu- lt a. t-- ndver-tisment- s, d, o The Republican ac-co- ut and Home and Farm hiif. Jeni $1.25 in advance; - 2- - THANKS Are cheerfully rendered by For fruits of nil kinds Wnync Griffin & Bro. call on Z. Wntklns, the barber, Is prepared to give you the very best work. For the beit of staple and fancy Groceries, call on Carnon & Co. We will pay $1.00 per bushel for Sweet Potatoes. Parson & Co. is Williams & Bell's authorized collector. Please pay him when he calls. G. D. Slack and is a worthy and popular young geiitlemin, white hit bride posmes all the trtlU of ch meter it takes to make a true woman, Tub Rtt'on-licatogether with tneir nnuy friends, extendi congratulations, anJ wishes for them a long, happy and prosperous life. SCfKCI CIRCUIT COURT. Doings A and Workings round tho Tomplo of Justice. Scott's Emulsion lias been endorsed by physicians of tho wholo world.' Thoro is no secret about its iugredients. Physicians prescribo For Twenty Years FAIR A CO. FOR BLESSINGS PAST. . Carson & Co. carry everything in See their new Parlor Chairs. the Furniture line. T The Don Ton Sost.tl Club will give a dance at Court Hall Everybody invited. The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Wedding has been quite sick for several days. To the many patrons who have come to them during the year,and J. 1). Foster the Cash Store will pay cent per dozen for all the I$f gs brought to Hartford. When you want anything in 15 Livery call on Casebier & Burton. Prices to suit the times. Mr. R. A. Anderson, who has been f In spite of what has been a rather trying year, we have much to be thankful for, and we all unite in the - quite sick for several weeks, will be able to be out in a few days. Seeourlineof candies. It is the finest ever brought to Harttord. Z. Waynb Grii'fin & Bro. Miss Carolyne Barbour entertained a few friends last Friday night at the residence of Dr. Alexander. Com'th vs. Wra. Foreman, etal. continued. McIIenry School Literary Society, Com'th vs. Ben Adams (3 cases) colored, McIIenry, Ky. becauso thoy know what groat nourishing and curativo prop-orticontinued. Whereas, It has pleased Almighty it contains. Thoy know it is what it is represented Com'th vs. John W. Willis, petit God in His wise providence to call to bo ; namely, a perfect emulsion of tho best Norway Cod-livlaceny verdict of jury, thirty days from our midst on the 14th day of Oil with tho hypophosphites of limo and soda. in the county jail. November, 1894, our worthy and Com'th vs. Ede Allen continued. For Coughs, Oolds, 8ore Throat, Bronchitis, Weak Lungs, Consumpcitizen, Mr. George Hockcr, Com'th vs. K. W. Stone contintion, Scrofula, Anaimia, Weak Babies, Thin Children, Kiokets, Martherefore be it asmus, Loss ofJFlMh, General Debility, and all conditions of Wasting. Resolved, That while we mourn ued. Com'th vs. Robert Wells, et al. Tito only gcuuino Scott's Emulsion is put in salmon-colore- d loss of our friend we bow in hum-bl- e the submission to Him who is the continued. xurapptr. Itefuso inferior substitutes Com'th vs. Gray Parks, assault ruler of the universe. StnJforptmphltt en Scott's Emuhion. FREE. Resolved, That in the death of Mr and battery confessed judgment of Soott A Bowno, N. Y. All Druggists. BOconts and SI. 4o. Hocker the school has lot t a worthy Com'th vs. Joe Parks, shooting in patron, his family a kind husband, a ig sudden heat and passion verdict of loving father and the district a faithjury guilty and fined $50. ful christian citizen, Com'th vs. James CofTman conResolved, That a copy of these resolutions be sent to the family of tinued. Com'th vs. Albert Maddox conthe deceased and a copy be spread uptinued. Be it on the record of this society. depot. Com'th vs. Charles Morton conlurther RnsofcVBD.That a copy of these res- tinued. Com'th vs. Geo. Oats, grand larcolutions be sent to Tub Hartford Republican and a copy be sent to enyplea of guilty entered and jury NO LIQUORS SOLD. NO INEBRIATES KEPT. THE PATRONthe Christian Baptist and that they fixed his punishment at 18 months in AGE OF ALL GOOD PEOPLE SOLICITED. the penitentiary. be requested to publish the same. Com'th vs. Nadorf Brewing Co. Br.irMcREYNOi.DS, 1 Itcintnlloii of Condolence. Scott's Emulsion cs er 1 t. ftrane8 piotel Owensboro, Kentucky. best fabe. opposite;texas "jtlates Reasonable. - H8JSMP T .' lM A l.lbernl Offer, The enterprise of the publisher ol $lj The Youth's Companion, Boston, Mr. Fred Petty and Miss Lillie A. Mass. , has steadily advanced the paWilson, Shreve, were married at the per year by year, keeping it alwawys in the front rank of the best periodibride's home last Wednesdayevening. cals. It fills as no other publiMr. W. D. Smith and Miss Eva cation the popular demand for a r flmxr nn-vt frt An Davit were married at the bride's practical family piper, one that is home, near Bartlett's, last Tuesday. equally valued and enjoyed by old Mr. Luke Collins is getting along and young, and free from all objectas well as could be expected and ionable features. The best writers of all lauds are enhopes in a few days to be able to be gaged to write for its columns. out. tne famous contributors for If you want good Job Work, some- Among the volume lor 1895 are two daughtthing nice, with the very lowest ers af Queen Victoria; Mr. Gladstone, prices, call at The Republican Ofthe most eniment living statesman, fice. As who has for the third time written an article expressly for The Companion; Born, to the wife of L. T.Barnard on the 37th, inst a fine boy weight Sir Edwin Arnold, W. Clark Russell, 1 1 pounds; Dr. S D. Taylor attend- - Charles Dickens, Frank R. Stockton, physician, J. T. Trowbridge, Mark Twain, Cy Iing enOyster Supper at Masonic Waramn the famous locomotive was very well gineer, and more than a hundred Hall Wednesday night attended and the ladies thank the writers who know the world over. The Companion appeals to all, public for their patronage. whether in the home, in professional Mr.Almore Simmons and Miss Sal-H- e or business life, to the educator and Moseley, of nearBuford, were unilaborer in every department of work. ted in the holy bonds of matrimony Its sound, practical editorials deal at the bride's home Wednesday. frankly, fairly and concisely with the i Mr. and Mrs. C. W. May and Mr. questions of the day. Every utterof G. A Neel, of near Whitesville, vis- ance may beaccepted without reserve. aV. ited the family of Mr. R. A. Ander- Full Prospectus and specimen copies sent free on application. son' last Friday and Saturday. Friday, November 30, 1894. Master Victor Matthew is quite New Subscribers will receive The Mrs. Susan Harrison and Mrs. sick. e Companion free to 1895 if they Mary Phillips, Jeflfetsonville, are visSee Carson & Go's new Furniture, now. It comesevery week Bound to stay Fair Bros. & Co's. iting relatives in the county. They For general family supplies call on finely illustrated. are aunts of our fellow townsman, Mr. glove fitting corsets Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. Dan F. Tracy. A DREAMING CROW. A shoeer thinks, Fair Bros.& Co's. We sell two spools of Thread for 5 hoes wear splendid. Had Probably Eaten a Heavier SupThe wool on Mary's little lamb was It cents. Carson & Co. per Than Usual. They are going. Pair Bros & Co. quite fine, but not equal to that in All kinds of fresh groceries at Z. Wes Hearn has a crow, and he is big line of cheap Cloaks. Fair Bros. & Co. Cloaks and Wayne Griffin & Hro's ugliest, but the prices of 1894 wool; welt tho gawklcst, oddest,bird ono ever withal tho smartest Hon. W. N Sweeney, Owensboro, We will pty 15 cents per d.rcen for you know all about it. saw. He has learned the accomIJgga. Carson & Co. ' attended court this week. W. D. Smith to plishments of men so well that he Marriage license: Call on Watkins for a good, easy Wanted. 50 bushels of hickory Miss Kva Davis, Fred Petty to Miss now dreams actually has nighthave or a nice hair cut. mares. nuts Call at Republican Office. Lillie A. Wilson, Almore Simmons The crow during tbs odd hours of Mis. E. M Rhoads, Louisrilte, is to Miss Sallie Moseley, A. K. Miller For Doors and Window Sash, all his willing and luxurious captivity guest of Miss Anna Lewis. to Miss Olive Chapman. has dug a holo in the wall, In which kinds, call on Z. Wayne Griffin 81 the he deposits dainty morsels for tho The best pair to draw on is a pair Bro. Mr. A.A.Brown and Miss Mary Ferfuture when his appetite is not satiof Fair Broi, & Co's. kid gloves. guson, of Beaver Dam, and Mr. T. J. Mrs f. K. Kowe, Onrensb'ro, is the ated. November blasts cannot penetrate Morton and Miss Oraa Wcsterfield guest of her father. Hon. B. D. WalkRecently in his hole in the wall he spent last last Saturday and Sunday carefully placed two pieces of cheese Fair Bros & Co's. stylish cloaks. er. at Mrs. Virginia Bell's, Bulord. and three biti of meat, all the while J. B. Foster the Cash Store will Miss Lena Ctrsot vit ited relatives casting a furtive eye to windward deliver you Turnips at 35 cents per Mr. James Hatcher, a highly re- to sec that no one learned tho secret near Beaver Dam Saturday and SunBushel. spected citizen of Centertown neighof his hiding place. day. borhood, died last Friday morning This done, he ruffled his feathers, Mr. Newt Davis, of Evansville, is Mr. and Mrs. Larkin Griffin are' drew his neok down into them and, the guest of his sister, Mrs. Dr. W. and was buried at the Wm. Ross buryvisiting Mrs. Griffin's parents, near ing grounds. Mr. Hatcher was a standing on one foot, went fast Alexander. Ownesboro. good, substantial citizen and his loss asleep. Perhaps the immense quantity of chreso which he hod gorged The underweir k ept by Fair Bros. will be greatly felt in his community. Owens-borF. Casty, Mr. and Mrs. A. himself with a half-hobefore gave & Co. will be found quite "charmare visiting the family of Hon. "Every Day Business Life" was him the indigestion, for he had a ing" this month. K. D. Waftcer. the subject of a very able lecture de- nightmare right on the spot. Suddenly ho woke up and the air Call on Casebier & Burton for any- -' livered last Monday night by Mr. W. Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro, are preI Mr. Rolph was rent with "Squawk! squawk pared to furnish yon anything in the thing in Livery prompt attention T. Rolph, of Louisville. squawk I" in quick succession. He . given to all orders. is the manager of R. G. Dunn & grocery line. Call on them. danced over In a flurry of excitement Co.'s Mercantile Agency of Louis- to his hole in the wall and jammed Mrs Thanksgiving services were held at: Jennie Moseley, Pleasant ville and through an active life in his bill in it three times. Everything Ridge, has been the guest of her Church yesterday. the Methodist which he Has come in contact with was there. Nothing had been stolen. Preaching by the pastor, Rev. B. B. brother, Capt. S. K. Cox, this week. thousands of businessmen has amass- Hesldlcdoverto his perch, scratched Pate. j Hon.TJ.Smith left Thursday morn-in- g ed a mine of information and rich ex- his bUl with his foot in a meditative-way- , as much as to say: "Well, Til For Sale. A good 5 year old sadto resume his duties as door perience, such as it is the good fordle, harness and fatm horse. Call on keeper of the House of Representa- tune of but few men to possess. Mr. bo darned!" and, "ruffling his feathhimself or address Tim Rbpurlican, Hart tives at Washington. John J. McIIenry In a few appropri- ers Into a muff, drewwhole on Into ono them, supported the ford, Ky. ate remarks introduced the speaker, leg, and was soon again in the land Capt. S. T. Duncan, Morganfield, who, in his opening sentences caught of nod. Florida Times-UnioFor all kinds of doors and window and sister, Mrs. B. S. Gray, Beaver the attention of his large audience sashes, call on Z. Wayne Griffin & Dam, were the guests of the family of and retained it throughout the eveWays of Jackson. Bro., who are prepared to furnish Mr, Ben D. Ringo this week. ning. He was proud he said to be anything in this line at prices to suit Andrew. Jackson was a model of See them and et prices. Eld I H. Teel will fill his regular the pioneer in the great work of in the times troducing women in Kentucky into republican simplicity and frankness. appointment at the Court House At the table his guests were proPreaching utGotlH-i- i Saturday night next S'J'ihy morning nd cveiin?, the wide sphere of Commercial useful- -' ' vided with two forks, one of steel belore each 3d Sunday ami on each ness and employment that has mark- - and the other of 'silver, the presiand at Alexander In the afternoon. ' ad Sunday. At Beaver Dam 1st Suned the last few years. He depicted in dent always choosing tho former. A Deputy U. S. Marshal struck plain, simple and impressive style day in each mouth, morning and His hospitality at tho white house Hartford Tuesdav evening, and in a the duties, hopes and possibilities of ' was characterized by the same night, until further notice, B K Path, Pastor. short whilehad two of our colored peo- the young man in business life, and at that had made tho Hermit- ple in jail charged with illicit sale of described with precision the points of ago famous, and .not infrequently he Quite 11 little crowd of frien Is and whisky. They were Wes Briggs and a true character and gave unerring was compelled to eke out his salneighbors gathered at the residence reLouis Griffin. principles whose close following will ary by drawing on his private I of Mr. George Klein hist Monday, it sources and pay for his dinners with being the celebration of the 33d year ' We are better prepared than ever lead to ultimate success. There was his cotton crop. During his admin Every thing good to do your Job Work, and guarantee scarcely ever more solid truths told istration tho dinners at tho white oftHeir muriate Mr. Rolph will house savored moro of continental to eat was on hand in abundance and you satisfaction in quality and prices. in so short a time. always have a crowded house in Hart usages than of the stiff English fora very pleasant day was spent. Why go elsewhere when we can do ford. malities previously in vogue. Tho Mr. William Stevens, of Kansas, is just a good work and at lower prices? guests, instead of leaving after cofMill visiting friends and relatives in the Give us an order and be convinced, fee had been served, as was the cusYesterdiy evening at 3:30 o'clock, ' tom diving tho administration of county. He moved to Kansas thirty There was a burgler visited Hart at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. Adams, were wont to linger for years ago where he has been very ford last Saturday nigkt. He stopand Mrs W. R.Chapman, of near several hours. The hospitable habit He is a brother of Mr. ped at Dr. Alexander's and raised a Esq prosperous, Beaver Dam, Mr. A. K. Miller, of which had prevailed, of handing re.J. W.Stevens, of Kinderhook neigh racket with the Doctor's dog, which Prentis, was married to Miss freshments around, was of necessity am! Mr. C. II. Stevens, of quickly brought his cook out to see borhood, Olive Chapman, la the presence of abandoned during the latter part of near Beaver Dam. what was the trouble. When she only a few intimate friends. Rev. E. Jacksons incumbency, the rough tha reached the back porch she was jnnch E. Pate pronounced the words A well written, neatly displayed that and impolite crowds stripping they salvers of their contents before advertisement in The Hartford surprised to see a large burly negro un ited these two worthy young peoRbpudmcak is a finger-poion the standing there. She ordered him off ple for life. Immediately after the reached the talons. Old Hickory never relished tho story told about thoroughfare of business, ever point- but he refused to go, and she went ceremony the bridal party left for the his having summoned tho French ing the wayfarer to your place of bus- for her pistol, but before she returned home of the groom, where a bountl- chef from the kitchen, in order to-' Try cne and be convinced. he had fled. She failed to recognize ful reception awaited them. iness. ascertain the object of a foreign Our circulation is very large, and our him. Such intruders should be met l Mr. Miller is a brother-in-lato dlplomate's visit and translate tha j rates are as low as the lowest. with a volley of shot. . conversation. Mr. B.P. Neal, County Attorney-elec- t, HO PDk l''. r 'W VV"-- Cora Barrett, Mabel Chink, Ardib Taylor. Com. continued. That, times will be better from oil Mr. G. C. WcsterfieM is ptnerlntj and otherwise fitting up ' the rooms over J. W. Ford & Co's feed store. day on. willinrr 7 (help you. Fair Bros. &.Co. to-da- Com'th vs. Thos. Hayden continued. Com'th vs. Wm Tehart contiued Comlh ,vs. Buii Daniel- - stricken fioni the docket Com'th vs. John Brown stricken from the docket Com'th vs. Wash Duncan stricken from the docket. Com'th vs. C , O & S W.R R. Co. stricken from the docket. Com'th vs. John Awtry continue 1. Com'th vs. Shanks Brookins con- S. S3. STAHL, Prop'r. letMeGive uu u ointer Feels double D LESS ED " fOR THE FUTURE, tinued, Com'th tinued. vs. Shanks Brookins con- in the past, their prices will be down near the bed rock and their stock way up in quality. Gpm'th vs Crit Pa iks stricken from the docket. Com'th vs Levy Allen continued. Com'th vs. Frank Collins. malicious shooting by consent confessed fine of $50, Well Drfsfd r I I m SEM gi vP LEAVE YOUR MEASURE Com'th vs. tinued. Goe. Sullenger con- FAIR BROS. $ CO., The Dry House Goods and ( Clothing Hartford. Com'th vs. W.T.Wood ward.carrj'ing concealed deadly weapon plea of guilty and the punishment fixed by the jury nt $25 and ten days in jail. Com'th vs. Frank Collins Com'th vs. Elvis Carson (4 cases) Com'th vs. D. F. Cawthorn stricken from the docket. Com'th vs. Moncie Porter confessed fine $45 Com'th vs. T.C. Stratten, carrying concealed deadly weapon verdict of DWNCONA&Gfe VELL FITTING Garments CARSON , AA0ETO ORDER WITH & CO. adtlnie. jury not guilty. Com'th vs. Armes Berry pending on demurrer. Com'th vs. Charles Morton stricken with leave to reinstate. Com'th vs. F. L. Deheart, Tom Johnson, B. A. Casebier, et. al., Martin Burks. The grand jury failing to indict, the above four cases were stricken from the docket. Com'th vs. Harlan Leisure continued. Com'th vs. Armes Berry demurrer sustained and case dismissed, excepted to, and an appeal taken to Court of Appeals. Nettie M. Bennett vs. H. K. Bennett, etc., deed to H. K., Mittie M. and Mary A. Bennett. E. T. Williams vs. C. A. Williams report of sale confirmed. Ringo vs. Petty report of sale coMfirmed. Bros. plaintiff new. trial. QUAKER CITY BAKING POWDER Sample sub-scrie- y AlUgro. . j Ultima. . r "QOAKnCrrr Dakwo Powdeb" Ii of 11 we're found the best ; 1 AbKuic)jpurtndu:U$ome, Clalmiaplaceaborctbercst. (OmilA Of yenrGroccran-- y day; n f WIU) ten pennies retaum-pl- e It It Do your pcanlcj will not at (Omit), t, f lion-es- t Fatlare then will nercr be; fol low OmU.) Thowirlinii.- - O. ". . I For iucce will ct-e- r , 'l u .... .... .... m5- -T " Over-coats,a- ' You can by paying Q UARTERL Y REPORT Levi Newberger & Co. vs. Tabor filed grounds for o, G.W. Powers vs.Foreman injunction dissolved. A. C. Rowan, Harrison Austin and S. J. Baker sworn as Jury Commissioners. ed. Tucker vs. Judge W. S. Taylor, of Morgan-towwas sworn in as an attorney at this bar. Com'th vs. James Jones defendant adjudged an imbecile. D. J. Mockey vs. E. K. Barnard continued. Com'th vs. S. O. P. Hall, charged with rape, testimony concluded verdict of jury acquitted. Com'th vs. R. L. Tate one year in the penitentiary. Bakers-continun, your subscription, and OF THE one year in advance, Beaver Dam Louisget ; the ville .Commercial, or DEPOSIT BANK New York Tribune ore year. If you are At the Close of Busmew on 18th day of June not a subscriber, sub' 1894. scribe at once. Notice to Tax-Payers December the first a penalty of six per cent, will be added to all town taxes unpaid at that time. Where levy and sale become n e c e s sary they will be made at once. The town owes debts which must be paid,and I am directed by the Board of Trustees to collect the balance of the tax due the town and to do so at once. Please take in your tax receipt at once and oblige, your obe- 11ESOUKCES. 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Dam Deposit Bank, a bank located and doing business in the town of Beaver Dam, in said county.being duly sworn, says that the foregoing report is in all respects a true statement of the condition of the said bank at the close ot business on the 18th day oljune, 1894, to the best of his knowledge and belief; and further says that the business of said bank has been transacted at the location named, and not elsewhere; and that the above report is made in compliance with an official notice received from the Secretary of State, designating the 1 8th day of June, 1894, as the day on which such report shall be made. Subscribed and sworn to before me by John H. Barnes, the 30th day of June, 1894. Rowan Holdrook, Clerk Ohio County Court By Snnuiv Taywr, D. C. J. II. Banres, Cashier R. P. Hockbr, Director. Statb of Kentucky, ) & r Ih. if f" 'd' f Hartford RmHiblican Friday, Novhmbkr 30, 1894. SHE MURDERED FOR BEAUTY TJsod Hor Viotim's Blood for ' Hor Complextion. ConntrM Bnthorl Tortnrra nml Kill 600 Mnldriia In nix TrimTint HnplMNOiir Klilnnpped.Im. prisoned and Nlnln With Gle. No more remarkable criminal ever lived tbau the Countess Elizabeth Bathori the countess of blood a murderess, who almost unaided, deliberately killed 6sopeoplein 6 years. Her diabolical crimes are described in a volume now in press in a leading publishing house in Breslau. The Countess Elizabeth was the niece of Bathori or Bathory, king of Poland, and wife of the Hungarian Count Nadasdy. She was born in the latter half of the 16th centu ry. The author describes her as a woman of much apparent refinement, slender in figure, delicate in appearance, educated and accomplished. In her crimes she was aided by a man servant and two women, all of whom seem to have entered into the villainy with quite as much fervor as the mistress herself. The man was frequently employed in kidnapping young girls when it was found impossible to secure them by other means. Upon one occasion the countess.an-gere- d by some breach of duty on the part of her maid, seized a toilet article with a sharp polntand plunged it The blow sevinto the girl's neck. The blood ered the carotid artery. spurted forth in a great volume,cov-erin- g the hands of countess and her face. This maddened her and aroused a new element in her nature. She washed her hands in the blood, and, as the girl lay prostrate on the floor, the countess lifted her leet to a chair so that theblood would more rapidly flow towards her neck. She caught the flow in a vessel. The girl bled to death, and the countess discovered that the awful bath had made her own skin much whiter .and softer than it had been before. This was the beginning of her seThe ries of murders and tortures. count became a party to the infamy. The diversion of the couple did not stop at murder, but included torture of the most ingenious and horrible description. The chateau had many dangerous and passages well adapted to this cruel work. Here one night during the Christmas holidays the countess spread a royal supper and invited to it 25 young damsels from the adjacent district. The girls naturally felt honored by the attention thus shown The supper was sumptuous, them. and the tables were loaded down with rick plates. The banquet took place in a special hall underground, the better to give the guests a novel experience, as the countess blandly explained. At the conclusion of the repast the maidens were invited one by one to inspect subteranean pasages, and as they went down the corridors with their guides they were shown into different cells and the doors closed upon them. Then the work of slaughThe countess, with her ter began paity, visited the variousrooms. The three servants fell upon the girls and disrobed them, while the count and countess sat looking on. "When they were thus prepared, the countess, causing the wretched maidens to be held down that they might not struggle, drew from her pocket a sharp knife and deftly cut the most sensitive netves in the girl, then cut off bits of flesh, pierced the eyes and ended the suffering by cutting the jugular vein or plunging the knife into the heart. In each case the blood was preserved with great care. In this manner, varying the mode of torture to suit her increasing the countess went from one cell to another until she had with her own hands killed the entire number of her guests. One of the girls was spared until the next day, when early in the morning she was smeared over her entire body with honey and tied to a post in the midst of a swarm of wasps and there she was left for 24 hours, being in that time stung to death. The count and his wife meanwhile sat ata window near by and watched the suffering of their victim, After it was over the body was drained of its blood. The blood gathered from these girls was at'once used by the countess to bath her neck and face. Vanity had much to do with these terrible crimes, for it was in the beautifying of her complextion that the countess first found an excuse for her actions. The love of torture grew on her with the increase of her crimes and the familiarity she acquired with suffering. The countess caused one of her girls to be stood, nute, in a hogshead ol icewater and kept there for four hours after which she was clothed in a single muslin garment soaked in ice water and then tied to the top of a tall tower, while a lurious snowstorm raged, and was kept there all night. In the morning the maiden was dead, Her washerwoman she strapped to the wall and burned out her eyes, nose and tongue with a red-hiron, She kept the poor woman alive for several days, burning herafreshevery ihour and torturing her in many horrible ways. The supply of victims failing, she directed the man, Picrko, to go out to the distant country and kidnap, sav-a8e- yi rt induce or otherwise get victims to visit the chateau. Then the favorite plan of the countess was to have a mock ceremony of marriage performed, the 111 an l Ficrko acting ns bride-- , groom and the receiving and assurance that in marrying they would acquire their freedom the following day, whereas by refusing they would be committing suicide, inasmuch as they would in that event be killed. A girl would be conducted to a dungeon fitted up like a royal boudoir. During the night the bride would be awakened by the countess, who would plunge a knife into her heart as soon as she opened lier eyes. A method that the countess found greatly to her liking was to have the victim suspended by ropes from the ceiling, and gently open a vein in her body and watch her slowly bleed to death. The stories told of these murders created scandal. George Thurzo, governor of the provence and cousin of the countess, warned his relative to But still cease her terrible crimes. murders continued, and finally even the govenor made up his mind that they should be stopped by force. Learning that his cousin had arranged for usual Christmas wholesale killing, he took some officers and went to the chateau. He found in the cellars of the building 20 young women tied to the walls without maltreated. cloth.es and horribly These girls were to be killed that same night, and elaborate preparations had been made for slaughter. The girls told the govenor that they had been there for a month and that there had been man' more, but that every day one was selected to be killed, and when the selection had been made the victim met her fate then and there in the presence of the others. Each day the countess would torture them, and she showed wonderful ingenuity in her means of doing so. One girl had a bosom cut off by the countess, another had lost her ears, another her nose, and all had been 'mutilated with a devilish ferocity. One was hanging from the wall by her arm, which bad been pierced by a great spike, and a large basin was placed on the ground in order that the blood might not be lost. Elizabeth Bathori was arrested, but owing to the fact that she was a member of the reigning house she was not She was imcondemned to death. prisoned for the rest of her life in the fortress of Esej, and her death took place there on Aug. 21, 1641, after she had been locked up 31 years. She was 54 years old at her death and died lrom starvation. Altogether, she had killed over 650 girls.- Pensylvania Grir. a HE WAS A STRANGER An ho Took Thorn in An Exporionoo in a Mining Camp, It was Christmas Eve in a California mining town in i853,and Goskin, according to his custom, had decorated his gambling house with sprigs of mountain cedar, and a shrub whose crimson berries did not seem a bad imitation of English holly. The piano was covered with evergreen, nnd all that was wan ting to completely fill the cup of Goskin's contentment wns a man to play that piano. "Christmas night and no he said. "This is a nice country for a christian to live in." Getting a piece of paper he scrawled the words: "100 Dollars Reward to a compctnnt Piano Player." This he stuck on the music rack, nnd though the inscription glared at the frequenters of the room until midnight, it failed to draw any musician So the merry went from the shell. on; the hilarity grew apace. Men, danced nnd sang to the njuslc of the squeaky fiddler and worn-ou- t guitar, as the jolly crowd within tried to drown the howling of the storm without, Suddenly they becime aware of the presence of a white-hair-eman crouching near the fireplace. 'His garments, such as were left, were wet with melting snow, and he had d a expression. He held his thin, trembling hands towards the fire, and the light of the blazing wood made them almost piano-pounder," half-starvehalf-crazi- transpamnt. He looked about him once and awhile, as if in search of something, and his presence cast such n chill over the place that gradually the sound of revelry was hushed, and it seemed that this waif of the storm had brought in with it all the gloom and coldness of the warring elements. g, Goskin, mixing up a cup of hot advancing and remarked cheerily: "Here, stranger, brace up! This is the stuff." The man drained the cup, smacked his lips and seemed more at home.. "Been prospecting, eh? Out in the mountains caught in the storm? Lively night, this." "Pretty bad," said the man. "Must feel pretty dry?" The man looked at his streaming real clothes and laughed, as if Goskin's mark was u sarcasm. "How long out?" re- "Four days." "Hungry?" The man rose up and, walking over to the lunch counter, fell to work upon roast bear.devouring it like any wild animal would have done. As meat and drink and warmth began to permeate the stranger, he seemed to expand and brigten up. His features lost their pallor, and he grew more and more content with the idea that he was not in the grave. As he underwent these changes the people about him got merrier and happier, and threw oft the temporary 'feeling of depreession which he bad laid upon them. Presently his eyes fell upon the piano. "Where is the player?" he asked. "Never had any," said Goskin, blushing at the confession. "I used toplay when I was young." Goskin almost fainted at the admission. "Stranger, do tackle it, and giveus a tune. Nary a man in this camp ever had the nerve to wiestle with that music-box." His pulse beat faster, for he feared that the man would refuse. "I'll do the best I can," he said. There was no stool, but, seizing a candle-box- , he drew it up, and seated himself before the instrument. It only required a few seconds for a hush to come over the room. "The old coon is a going to give the thing a rattle." The sight of a man at the piano was something so unusual that even the who was about to take a $50 bet on the tray, paused and did not reach for the money. Men stopped drinking with theglasses at their lips. Conversation appeared to have been struck with a sort of paralysis, and cards were no longer shuffled, The old man brushed back his long white locks, looked up to the ceiling, half closed his eyes, and in a mystic sort of reverie passed his fingers over He touched but a single thf keys. note, yet. the sound thrilled the room, ft was the key to hisimprovisitations and as he wove his chords together the music laid its spells upon every ear and heart. He felt his way along the keys like a man treading uncertain patha; but he gained confidence as he progressed, and presently bent to his wqik like a master. The ins strument was ugt in .extfet tune, but the ears of his audience, through long disuse, did not detect anything radically wrong. They heard a succession ot grand chords, a suggestion of Paradise melodies here and there, and it was enough. "See ,uim counter with his left?" said an old tough, enraptured. "He calls the turn every time on the upper end of the board," respond ed a man vvitu a stack ot culpa in iris hand. The player wandered off into the old bal lards he had heard at home. All the sad and mefofichoiyand touching songs, that caine up like dreams of childhood, this unknown player His hands drew from the keys. kneaded their hearts like dough, and squeezed out the tears as from a wet As the strains flowed one sponge, upon the other, they saw their homes oftkelng ago reared again; they ( faro-deale- It is strange that some people will for years from rheumatism rather than try such an approved standard remedy as Ayer's Sarsapa-rilla- ; and that, too, in spite of the assurance that has cured so many others who weie sirailarly"afHicted. Give it a trial. snfTer I)nn Iioone'ii Jiin. A relic of historic value has just been brought to Charleston, "W. Va. It is the gun of Daniel Boon Van Bibber back in the wilds of Nicholas county. The stock and barrel are five feet four inches long, it carries an ounce ball, has the original flint lock, and is still a good shooter. The gun was given by Boone to his friend, Mathias Tice Van Bibber. Tice Van Bibber carried it and did good execution at the battle of Point Pleasant in 1774. He carried iton hunting and trapping trips as lor west as Osage river and throughout the war of 181 2. The original powder horn and bullet mold are with the gun, also a very old shot pouch, a pocket compass with a sun dial attachment, and a steel needle for fixing buffalo hides to dry; also a tally stick and part of his commission as a captian in the war of butcher nnd an old, knife which belonged to Isaac Van Bibber, who was killed at Point Pleasant. When he found nine Indian scalps, raised by this knife, were in the pouch. Tice used the knife as long as he lived. At his death Mathias Van Bibber, the first white child born in Nicholas county, and at his death, a few years ago, they weie lelt to his son, Nathan Boone Van Bibber, the present owner. When David C. R. Van Bibber was 4 years old his mother gave liim a set of metal buttons for his first! pair of breeches. He wore no other buttons for eightysix years, and they have been placed with the gun and other trophies of Daniel Boone, spear-pointe2, well-know- n were playing once more where the ap pic blossoms sankthrough .the soft air to join the violtts 011 the turf of the old New England states; they saw the glories of the Wisconsin maples and the haze of the Indian summer blending their Hues togclhtr; they saw the heather of the Scottish hills, the white cliffs of Britnln, and heard the sullen roar of the sea as it beat upon their memories vaguely. Then came all the old Chris tuns carols, such as they had sung in the church thirty years before; the subtle music that brings tip the glimmer of wax taper, the solumn shrines, the evergreen holly, mlst'ctoe, nnd choir. Then the remorseless performer planted his stab in every hear with "Home Sweet Home." When the player ceased, the crowd slunk away from him. There was no more revelry lelt in his audience. Each man wanted to sneak olf to his cabin and write the old folks n letter. The day was breakingns the last mm left the place, and the player, laying down on piano fell asleep. "I say pard," said Goskin, "don't you want a little rest?" "I feel tired." the old man said. "Perhaps you'll let me rest here for the matter of a day or so." He walked behind the bar, where some old blankets were lying, and stretched himselfupon them. "I feel pretty sick, I guess I won't last long. I've got a brother down the ravine his name's Driscill. He don't know I'm here. Cnn you get him here before morning? I'd like to see his face once more before I die." Goskin started up at the mention of the name. "He your brother? I'll have him here in half nn hour." As Goskin dashed out in the storm the musician pressed his hand to his side and groaned. Goskin heard the word "hurry" and sped down the ravine to Driscoll's cabin. It was quite light in the room when the two men returned. Driscoll was pale as death. "MyG)d! I hope he's alive! I wronged him when we lived in England, twentj years ago." They say the old man had drawn the blanket over his lace. The two stood a moment awed by the thought that lie might be dead. Goskin lifted the blanket and pulled It down astonished. There was no on? there. "Gone! V-- ijd Driiioll, wd lly. "Gone!" echoed Goskin. pulling out his cash drawer. 'Ten thousind dollars in the sack, and the Lord knows ho.v much looiichatie in the drawer!" 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As nn Immediate outcome Miss Sorabji had tho conduct of a caso put into her hands by an Indian Ranee. now-rapidl- The Republican 1 iv,' just the apecifiB. and Home and Farm both one year for $1.25 in advance 1 high plane in civilization shiS means so much more than occupies Intellectually, morally nnd you imagine serious and The victim Is William Olesse, who socially, trlrlnc tono to her mniwlp. was 80 feet under the wnter in a div- t elasticity to her step, a glow of health hiatal Jiscascs-resul- t trom to her and sweetness her dispoing suit, when the air hose broke sition; cheekthat will purifytotho blood, iMri Miner nilmrntR nVor1TfH. nor and shut off his fitpply of breath. He curing all skin eruptions, scrof ulo, rheuDon't play with Nature's was trying to attach a hawser to the matism, dropsy, heart diseases, headache and nervous languor. No, that Is F greatest gift health. anchor which the big ste.imer La not what Is needed, for that Is already ii)ouarfetlln( 1 don. Tho mcdlclno has lontr been disout of toru.wcilc X Touraine lost off quarantine nt New covered. It Is Dr. Conner's Kldnev nml mi.. Kcuciaiiy va' .... lisualarl York n few weeks ago, His story is Backacho Curo. But what is wanted Is Iiavc no appdlte a unirtrtal knoultdge of thi fad. And and can't woik.J as follows: that Is just why this artlclo is written aiwniGi... "About 2 o'clcck oi.e afternoon I to git knouleila ef the fact. Dr. Fcnncr incthemottrtlla. tile strcngthenlnc had found the anchor, nnd had made knows It will do these things, for ho has mcdicliic.whlthlt sold It for 20 years, money refunded if Urown'a Iron Bit fast one line. It was net strong satisfaction not phen. It will not deA tut. cure ftw bot. lira btntftt enough I thought, for a 7,000 pound ceive or disappoint Just expectations. comta from tha Tako a bottle homo wry fir it dote- -, anchor, and I was about to make last var liflk, and It'a nnother, line. pleitant lu tike. "I had been working rather hart', llt'IHVII.l.K..Nr. l.OUIN A Ti:X. It. A BCllKll!U.K IN KFKKOT NOV. I, ld. nnd found myself short of breath. I .No. SI, Iso. S3, strenghtcned up and signaled for a WK9T HOUND. La!lj I)ly. Dyspepsia, Kidney and I.lvcr little more air. I noticed, lrom the I,i loitltlll 7.46 n.ro. 23 p.m. Neunftirln, Troubles, 8 11 a, ni .! Point 7.20 p, m ' Constipation, LUd Blood sound that the wheels above were 17 a. in. M7p. in. 'lrnilrnmrp going around very fast, as though 'Malaria, Ncrvoua ailments IrtinKinn vi , tn. 1 37 p. m. Women's complaints. r"piMi-the men above had difficulty in send10.23 . m. 0.31 p. m Cet only the eenuluc ll hai rrnaiail rad loll . m, is p. m Clomrt ing me what little air was then comlira on tlie wriimtr. All olheri ate itih. .. 11:11a. in, 1U) p. 111. iifiin'.. flutra Oil ttcdlit ut Iwnii limniw. V ing. Then I got the signal to make .. UJls m. 10.31 p. ir. i DaautKul World's T y Ml tend n i,( I ulr Vlcwa and book free. ready to come up At the same in12. 16 p. m. 11:11 p. m OwrnaMro Jf HpnitiTillr.... .. l:(4p. tn. ll.Mp, m u.iurvri wiilmivxi. uu. oaui imuhb., mu, stant I was jerged off my fecjt,by the Ar. Itruilt'iKon 1:28 p. a. 12 20 a. in tightening of the life line Quick ns No.SS, o.M, a flash, it seemed, all the air stopped. EWItbUNI). ball). ti'y J. li, Ciiimni, V.N.'nraor 7:15 a. m. S:Up. m "O, such a feeling! f.r. Hrmfcron . .. 7H7 a. in. 3 37 p. in. "I seemed to be hours going up, . frMittmrlllf 8 27 a tn. daoiuons I:2 p. ni, It was really but a few minutes, rot Iiph ............. 910 a, m. 6 4 p. in ..... O.Ma. m. t.Up.m Ilntmilllc over two, I am told 10 01 a. m. (.97 p. m Cloirrporl "My first sensation was n terahle 10 3ta, m. :Wp. tn, smothering feeling in my chest. I IrTinefpn II CJ a. in, 7.0Jp, tn. 11:211 ii. m. 7 11 p m llmti'ti'tilxirK couldn't breathe iMy brenst felt ns if Wist Tolut ...... OS p. m. 8 H p. m, it were being squccml in an enor- W. lyujitlllt. , HUp. m. D.CSp, m. mous which was grindCnrcfnl Kstitnatcs nmilo.i)0 nil rinnn'llno a rlns.No. SI and ing my bones into m lungs Then tirlnton (SupJay Nj. S2) niakv trait ou Louli. n'pti-lwllh TerVa reanntl Building-all the blood in mv body seemd to lllf . liar lnturir A Western It., rant Mid -- ! bound. aJiir For liirllirr sonable. Hnttlonl, Ky. a, start strait out lrom my hevl, until I II. C, MOIUU'K.ntn.r-a'r.lK'l- . coald see then nbout two feet nvvav, LbiiiMin, Kj WHEN YUU GO 10 OWEdSBOKO although everything wis real! black OAI.I.O.N around me. The top of my head felt "OSTIM QUANTITY. BESTINQUAUT ns if were nbout to blow off and lit out a tide of something which yectued BflU tocoine out lrom my leet, my hands, For the finettand Most Artistic Work, and my inside any the or style. Fraleriea $i.t VWurm j ".My neck felt as ita big, thick i WHITE'S CREW n;fc thicker tlnu it was wide was V being drawn tight, tighter, O, so very nMrlrtl 'AMaau 7 L4dli M Ml, TV I. Ill Ml ft UfTltoff, tight around It The hack of my . W ukN til tk lUfM DU W I FOR 20 YEARS for ft Mllf llMallW. nejk siiflfcnded wo that I felt that I ' WIlM, rUMJ hM rl IftfM Hco lod nil WORM Romodlos. VllkMt VMUM Ut ktWt Th coul i not move my hei.l. It sucui'd TilHY BOTTLE GUARANTEED' Pl U .!, U Maf IllM tk ti. Brtlbt, ptll4 4UkM, to me that I tried to move my head, v alt. UKUGOirrs. m)r. u4 t.ff. !?. X wMM Vtflt MMtI4att4M tUUff. , mm Ckr, r.inimno aiuidia to., ST. ions. fV ivwfcti aud my neck struck a knif which, 4irM,trrto4,Clrltrirrt. vr. r. HABHIW.1 CO IV. X. It, MwVm, q. sharp as a razor, seemed togo through my neck and circle rounl my collar SEPAHAIE CCHOOUG UNDCR ONE MANAGEMENT. bone. ZT "My collar bone then seemed to be SnilTHFRM BOWLING GREEii piessed way down into my lungs and i it felt as if that big bone was a double-ed,re- d Scnoc I carved sword reaching from one ESTABLISHED IN 1078. Q shoulder to the other over my chest, 30iUING GREEH BUSINESS COLLEGE. I SOUTHERN NORMAL SCHOOL. then circling round over my back. Thetrtatnu.tncMTraintnRho'.loltheSnuth.l i'nrllih, Teuhm'. Scientific, and Claiale short-hinIclejuphr. It seemed to scoop out my heart, Wrltlnff. and i'enmanihlD 1'uplU can enter at I for Iw Muilc.of Ait, and Klocutlon provided rites board and tuition. Stud foe catalogue. lungs and other orgms I did not any time bend for catalogue CTIC&BT BEOS., Proji'n. BonUnc Onto, Kjr. tsruenllcn Court deilrtd. Ai&reu feel any piin in those org.uis, though I realized th.it I was losing them. "My throat grew dry and hot, m hot that it seemed as if I had a ranging fire in there, and it seemed ns if --TO SEE Till the heat lrom this fire rapidly went 3 cleir through my head and out through my cirsand noie. "Then the darkneis begin to be lit up by many stars. V B fI "I never saw so man' stars before I could see millions and millions of , them, nnd eich one of them seemed to shoot each of its fiv points clear thro'igh my heid. "I could feel tint I wis mavin up as I neired the surf.ico, the feir-fu- l pr;ss;ite on my chest and head eased a little, I felt relief, though the darkness was just iw black and the stars as flilckering. ; "When I reached the surface I wai dazed, bnt I was conscious I knew what was going on all the time. I could feel that the men above who were turning the wheel were making jj OF- desperate ofTjrts to get nie out of the water. C. of "When I reached the surface an 1 the face glass was removed. I took 7 ilr at n long, beep breathe. Nothing I ever " f had in my life seemed as sweet and ns He will savo you MONEY by Buying from HIM. Will nice as that first breath. It seemed' sell you a Buggy, Harness, Lap DiiBtornnd Whip from $00.00 ns if I could not get enough of it. "By that time the stars had disapup to $7fi.00. The Davis Carriage Company has tho reputa-- . peared. I could get a faint gleam of tion of building tho best Buggy for the money of any Factory light, though I csuld not see any n Cincinnati. thing. "The smothering sensation w.u So gone. My head felt & b ns n My eyes no longer seemed to be outside of my ln.vl, but, Itist-1, seemed to have bieh shaved way in I could not open them. The flesh around them seemed pulled out to where the eves were when I was under water. It was broad dnylight, Of tlte world for a Trifle. FOR I.ITTIJJ MONRY. but the sky seemed to be very cloudy as ifn big storm was comiug on. My face was stlffand sore The pain then was in my neck and shoulders. My eyes smarted dreadfully, and I TJ v' v TV could feel that blood was dripping r a short time I could from them. In A twenty-pag- e journal, Is the leading Republican family paper of the see a little daylight, but It hurt. I United States. It Is a NATIONAL FAMILY PAPER, and gives all the knew my mouth was full of blood, general news of the United States. It gives the events of foreign lauds in but I could not taste it. I coughed a nutshell. Its Agricultural department lus no superior in the country. Its up a lot of it. Market Reports arc recognized authority. Separate departments for The "The men worked over me a while, Family Circle, Our Youns" Polka, and Science and Mechanics, Ita Home and then took me to the hospital. It nnd Society columns co:iim in 1 the admiration ot wives and datighters.8lts was a frightful experience. I'd rath general political news, editorials and discussions are comprehensive," brfl er die right off than go through it ' innt mid exhaustive. A special contract enables us to offer this splendid again It would be easier, I think." journal and THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN tor 'V Mr. Olsscu is now a .strange looking specimen of humanity, ilis face i is black in spots, and blue in patches. Deep black circles surround the livid, blood red cjes, which seem to project in demon like fierceness, The skin on his neck, chest and shoulders, esThe regular subscription for the two p.ipsrs Is Ji 25 - Subsc Iption may pecially at the back oi his head, is begin at any time. Address all oiders to terribly discolcml, The whites of his eyes are fearfully b'oolshot. It will probably be weeks before they become white naln. The eyelids, although a deep dark blu,e, are slowly reg lining their natural color. ) Vt! ,1 Altogether Ids was a remarkable Write your name an; address on n postal card, send it to, Geo. 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