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WE DO JOB WORK 7 mtrery vol. vn. :E5L1t (MX Or TBE PARTY IX TEE NOME Will show how you stand with Tho Republican. Pay up and one year In Advance and w will send you The Loulsvlle imwmm THIS TAG PROFESSIONAL QAHD. HAVE YOVPAIp. v"" .k,.kw,J ! .., 3L. Weekly Commercial one year T HAKTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1894. strength and tranquility. There ar lines, it is true, showing that life's experience have taught them lessons through suffering, nnd yet the clear eyes look forth with calm and steady gaze over the gathering of women whose interest had grown to comprehend so much more of good to themselves nnd so to humanity, through the influence of their work and that of others like them. Their nrgument was as strong, their logic as convincing, their eloquence as un. falling, as before the years had touchTney do ed their locks with silver. They not know how to grow old. discovered for themselves that aecrct of which Rev Charles G. Ames, of Boston, speaks in his beautiful little book entitled As Natural as Lite: "There ought to be, aud therefore there must be, a way of ,taking4our ptace nnu our parr, in in is universe which would put us in harmony with all its lacts and forces nnd laws in harmony with each other and with the whole order ot things." It is this being in harmony with things which preserves the youthful spirit and renders it buyaont through the passing years. But to keepin har mony, there must be a larg'-nes- s of outlook that can only be had by an exercise ol the mental powers in some work which reaches beyond the self out into the great world of action. As Mr.Ames says: "The more lully nnd vitally we are related to the rest of creation, to nature and to humanity, the more rich and complete will be our life." And it is this richness nnd completeness of their lives through the enlargement of their powers which has kept these women mentally and physically vigorous. Then there is Frances Willnrd presiding over that great body of women which gathered togetherin Cleveland. There is no evidence of growing old in her, notwithstanding she, some time ngo, entered her second half century Alert and vigorous of brain unless she again overtasks her physical powers, she will never grow old in the sense of decay. 1 speak of these women because their names have become household words, but it is true that the great majority of women y arc younger physically and mentally than those of the same age of fifty years ago. The change is a matter of comment by all observers. In the days of my own grandmothcr.women at thirty donned their caps and took their places with the old people. the caps belong only to the octogenarians and those drawing near that setson when the gaze is finally turned towards the golden hills nnd away from the activities ol the world. There can be no doubt but this longer holliday of youth by woman comes from tbe kigher education, and the venturing forth from the homes to places and into fields whence they can look abroad over the world. They are like the aged French priest of whom Mr Ames I quote him so much because his little book is fresh in my mind tells this story: Old as the priest was he had statted on a tour around the world; the tour being the result of a dream. He thought he had died and met the good God The good God asked him how he liked thi world he had come from. He wai obliged to answer that he didn't look at it; that he had spent his time in performing the offices of the church, In repeating prayers, and in getting ready to die. When he awoke from the dream he resolved, old as he was, that if the good God would let him stay here a little longer.he would take a square look at this world before he was summoned for another such examination. He had furnished himself with some little books of physical geography, geology, mineralogy and botany and was reading and looking, and so preparing for death by a new method. Of course the gist of the story lies In the fact that the priest had shut himself away from the world .concerned only with his own individual salvation. And when men and women narrow their interests within their own little personal world, they close the doors to that influx of vital life and energy that comes from a uuiversal sympathy with nature in all its forms and humanity. The secret of retaining youth then lies largely in keeping iu touch with the best of 'what is in the world around us, of which we form a part Whether our homes are in the crowd-e- l cities or in quiet country place?, the mental eye nnd ear should bekej.t ever open to what is happening, to that we may do that larger service to others which will lead us away from 'ourselves into a forgetfulness of sorrows that dim our eyes and plough furrows in our faces. It is the mental and spiritual nvvakening of the day that has put into the background what of yore were the accompaniment olndvauci'ng years Emily S. .Bouton in Toledo Blade. indi-vidvTo-da- y y free. Subscribe at once. e r NO.19. ,l Latest U. S. Gov't Report v i IvoRf&rv 99&oPURE DON'T ACCEPT IMITATIONS. Wl fllOOTCJI THE FEMININE LIFT FOOT. Highest of all In Leavening Power. A Young Woman! Says That It I Noods Serious At- tention! b QAUCU CO, ONTL V TO ANYWHERE I EVERYWHERE! ... a. .ai. . . k Nitmr i , H01E TALK. 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Bliss was it in that !,inn to be alive, Hut to be young wns very Heaveul I'll c re is in the sight of youth with its overfloning hopes mid ambitions, its confidence in the gloiy of the future, its disbelief in nny warning voice concerning the acquiring perfect happiness in this life, that thrills those who have older and wiser growth with a feeling that is hall pleasure and half The latter knows lliat the piin. awakening i. sure to come, but the glad certainty the utter disregard of possible clouds across the heaven of the future, which are almost the invariable accompiniment of life's springtime, nre beautiful in their lines pihsinn Those of Woidswoith aptlj express the feeling of the lor young: Ileivcn liei about us in our inf tnev: Shtde- - f the prism home tirgin to RoiiH-tliiiiRimpos-sibilitity! 1 Q.I ORAUMER. Al On Mftaigtr, LOll.TILU, rlo'-- e Co ton ssvf liflst Must travel, still is nature's priest, TO And by the vision splendid Is on his was attended At length the man perceives it die away THE ONLY LINE And fade into the light of common With through Cur Service Irom clay. The poet never wrote n truer thing TO than this. The "vision splendid"in-elude- s the things which most appeal to tuc individual and to each it is a No chungo tit Cars to certainty of the future. The process of its fading, hapiply, is a gradual Oil IN 1'filtMEDITE POINTS. one, and it is not until looking backward tint the man perceives "the light of common clay," into which J the glory that shone in his former tlirniijjli Coiiclus anil C'arrin years has dcpirtctl I'ullniiin .SIcopciH fruv ere in tin There arc people we nil see them flnat liwiiiin', grazing and tnuhei occasionally who neverseem to have lauds. Anil rciictiinu the hum pm lost the vision that made their youth pcrtiun limiiH Mini flllC- - In the so joyful They do not see the shadows ol lite. or. If seeing, shut them away mid will not allow them to en-- it tilth their consciousness They I AU ' I i l,AM- .i in te.so e t find the bilver lining which 11 ll'.ll .I1 J it" ' Out I Hlli .t lllll thiy.iio wire makes n put of every Cdtllil hlllf"(JIJ' t.)Hlf(l I . II..cloud and the very resolve gives Mll CllltiVillidlt Ol .llial' r m itrlj them the po er so to do jnd existence vrnlitliki. Incomes a thins, not simply to be UUAZINt; LA !)Alloi.lii,k endured, but to be enjoytd as well excellent iuaiiritm(liiiiii; ulm ) the Hvcrybody may do this to a greater entire year, aud comparatively close or less extent according to temperato tho great markets. ment. TIMBER LANDS. Covered with It is true that with the passing of almost iiiehntifttillo forests ol yellow the springtime pine, cypress ami tho hard woods Sotnthing beautiful is vanished And we sigh for it in vain; common to Arkansas and Eastern We behold it everywhere, Texas. On earth and in the air. Can he procured on reaeonahle and ,' But it never comes again. advantageous terms. Yet something may take its place an' we will, that is infinitely better. All llnrarannrrt Willi mill linvelirk Ve may go down into the depths of etKon li vlnlhe stern experience, and out of them bring hack a fruitage ar spiritual Ask your nearest Ticket Agent for growth that is beyond measure to be maps, time tables, etc., and write- to valued. Nothing helps so much to hold any ot tho following lor all informayouth as the employment of every tion you may desire concerning the faculty in what arouses the energies rip to ttio Great Southwest. and holds the interests. I have been W. A. McQUOWN, reading lately of those great gatherDis't Pass. Agt., Louieqille, Ky. ings of women in which many of the E W.LaBEAUME, moving spirits were those who had G. P. & Tkt. Agt., St. Louis, Mo. completed their three score and ten J. A. EDSON, years, while many others had passed Gen'I 9upt., Texarkana, Tix. There the halfxentury mile post. was not the slightest indication of a decay of their powers; not a single evidence that they had entered the second childhood in which there is no vision splendid, "or were even drawkCAVtfl 0. IWJtMAKKSi ing near to its entrance There were COPYRIGHTS. such women as Mary A Livertnore OAK I OBTAIN A PATKNT f For roopt anjwr and an honMt opinion, writ, to ml lull i Ward Howe with their faces iCN raara1 c CO., who bar. had nMrlr M0 irtr zparienoa in tha patant btulna. pommsnloa-Mon- a .uiht with earnest thought, beauti-m- l airlotlT oonfld.ntlfl. A llnndb.k ol la. formation eonMrninc I'atenia and how to Ob. in their expression of mingled talatbamaentfre. Alaoa catalogs of mtchaa leal and loi.ntlQo hooka Wilt fre. r. i.i.i... i i Pataou Mann ft Co. nostra (i?t. Louie Belt 'ilouto Ry.J Kouilittmtt-r- b i ; U on Jbr crow i d whrnce Iltit i e heliol Is til- - Il(lit It flows. Me .sef it in his jov. The youth who daily farther Irom the Arkansas, Texas MIP1 Two m Aiys Daily Great fontlivicft. - certainty would like to know," a young woman ot; observation; , nt ' wo,uen "wny il ls 9 Pcr foot when they run turn in their , up stairs. If both were turned in I could understand it, hut it is only the left foot that is fie offending mertibcr. I've naked lcts; ,of girls FORGIVEN. why they do it oh, bless yon! I do it myself and they have all denied It was the fait oi the year when the failing, but when a committee of ElllcoCompton went away from home investigation waa appointed the ver- the tlmo when a golden mist hung diet always waa thai the left foot oyer the vaUeyJof the river, and the turned in. aud that itiwM. turned in.'iiurDlinff. OTanes ahonu Hko iewela t we'canie to .i r..uu'!.-n.- at the toes. Then inquire into the reason for this defect vine leaves. "And when I have made my forof gait it seemed thit nobody could I tune," snld Ellice cheerily to her furnish nny that would bear discus . mother, "I shall come back." sion. Some said it must We because Mrs. Compton shook her head of the pressure of the skirts, but that dubiously. Her knowledge of tho could not be, because the skirts world outside Burton rectory was ' would effect both fe:t alike. Then, by no means extensive, but she was too, we tried running up the stairs quite nwaro that governessing was with the skirts lifted free of both feet not exactly the business in which to ' but it was no use the poor left foot acquire a fortuno at railroad rate. But Ellice looked so bright in her remaineu in aisgrace ami weeiciy con- - blue bonnet and pink cheeks that tiaued to toe in. When we walked Mrs. Compton had not the heart to up stairs with dignified consciousness ' damp her auticlpatlons. as we should do if we knew we were And so she went away. being watched by some of you felMrs. Picrco Montagu was a lady lows from below, each foot kept who lived In very elegant stylo instraight; but immediately we started deed, and was first directress of noto run we found that it needed all of body knew how many charitable and sho smiled graciously our restraining care to keep the left upon the pretty little governess. foot from pjintin its big toe in the "I hope you will make yourself right foot. The general verdict was quite at home, my dear." that it was done naturally and, thereAnd Ellice construed her literalfore, unconsciously that we were, in ly. Sho worked all day over the fsct. as Tact would say, a lot of unstupid littlo children and in the broken fillies, all hiving the common evening she did as she would have fault of interfering with the near done at Burton rectory pinned a blue bow in her hair and went into hind foot.' "Hut ns I have said, none of us tho parlor. "Mamma," said Clara Montagu, could give any specific, demonstrable sotto voce, "do look at that absurd, reason for this defect in progress, and gown child in the country-mad- e I'm very much inclined to grieve over perked up besido the piano." it; for what's the use ot training "I see," said Mrs. Montagu, in a yourself to look like a cross betweca puzzled tone, "but I don't know a Greek goddess and one of Du Manwhat on earth I am to do." "Why, send her upstairs again, of d Fnglish ner's course; wo don't want any governess women shod in French kid shoes, if in our parlorl" every time you run up an American Mrs. Montagu had a human heart staircase you turn in your left foot underneath her silks and jewels, and week-kaee- d New Jersey heifer? sho hesitated. like n It makes me sad and mad to think of "I don't exactly Hko to; Clara. I it, and I've been thinking a good don't Hko to hurt the child's feelings." deal about it of late in very chastened "Oh, pshaw, mammal" said Miss frame oi mind. The only explanation can give of,tbis defect in the Clara, loftily, "governesses and great and gorgeous creature that seamstresses and that class of people don't have feelings like ours.. we're growing up to be, is that it's Miss Compton," and she crossed the a case of locomotive atavism. The room majestically, Hko a frigate in natural gait of us all of the old Eve full sail, "perhaps you aren't aware of well as of the old Adam was to that it isn't the custom in New York walk with the toes of both feet for governesses to mingle with the turned in toward each other in a guests received by the family. The primitive, neighborly fashion. In schoolroom is always warmed and. lighted at night, and you will bo' these days of the elevation of the dextrous we have conquered the tendens quite secure from intrusion there." Ellice roso up with cheeks a shade cy to revert in the right foot, but the ortwomoro scarlet than the worsted old tendency lingers in the neglected she was knitting, and, slightly inleft foot, and betrays our simian or- clining her head, hurried out of the gan. You men have succeeded in room. stamping the tell-tal- e "By Jove," said Julian Montagu, thing out and we will, too, if only the great world who had watched the brief scene. "It's too bod. You won't have a of women is aroused to an appreciahalf so pretty tion ot the gravity ol this defect in visitor hero as tho littlo Compton." truining "Ob, she has been making eyes at "Now that its existence is going to you, has she, Mr. Julian?" said Clara, be made public, I look, of course, for spitefully. "It is high time she goes the immediate and universal forma-tlon-upstairs." Societies for the correction of In tho meantime poor Ellice, up in atavistic tendencies of locomotion in tho schoolroom, was crying as if her the female left foot." From the heart would break. Sho had gone down so bright, so happy, so full of New York Sun. , R3MB AlVSOUrtELY LAWYER, OWENSBORO, KY. Will practice Lia profession iu J WLYTLB,' nnd adjoining counties. Special at Office, tention given tn colltetions. Bank oi.i'nruuierce Uuildiug. Davies Jn.S.UIeaia, ' J.a.B. Weelelle PUM "I will look over my booka and let you.Tcnoir ' .LAWYERS; AI (Offlca,aTrAaderton'Baauri) At AKl Jt GLENN & WEDDING, UtUJ, gjrf'Sff? M' ...ii niond, 'evasively. th. mvernooa. - - i.- lltc wenTawavTatonBiar ta And cbAn a few merry sentences In h0 baU wlth FIor Raymond, the said Dr. "Come at Aye ir" andfcourt of. Appeala. Tie. i .J'JZrfMMtbeir profestioa in aL Bgeoaa Alee attention riven collection. Notary Public for Ohio county. Bseeial "vast mmk . ' JWVI. sal lora1"eald her b"rothr-r- , when the door had closed behind Ellice's slight form, "you'll have to tell her. I can't." "Tell her what?" ' 'That she will be blind in less than three months." "Blind? Oh, Harold, can nothing be done for her?" "Nothing. It has been coming on a long time, but she seems never to have suspected it. How very 'young AH1 UUU I doctors sister. piWY ' ' J HABTl'OKD, KT. Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office east side ot publio square. M f -; hi m niin SOI ntinttil OMU tot" kCbbjr The blow fell on Ellice Compton like a thunderbolt. She fell, sobbing, into her friend's arms. "Oh, Floral and I was going to do aomuch, to accomplish such a workl And my salary and mamma." Dr. Raymond's prediction was verified. In three months Miss Compton was blind. And in three months more she was married to the young physician who had so tenderly pitied h. Heavrin, HEAVRIN Sur.uiY Tavlok. & TAYLOR, M THl ?, Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Will practice thier profession inalL the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and in tho Court" ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office, next door to Bank of Hartfoid. her. "What are you going to do with a blind bride, Harold?" ahe asked, smiling. you have cast your lot with mine," he answered hopefully. He was right. From the day on which ho was married fortuno and fame seemed to cluster around him, and ten years thenco saw him a rich man. uWell, ElHce, I've got a fine governess for the girls a Mrs. Tyler, who seems to bo posted in all the accomplishments, and is only too glad to get a situation. She will be here so, Nell and Flora, you must look sharp after your lessons." The little twin girls looked solemnly up at their father's face. "I don't like a governess," said Nell. "I would rather learn my lesson with mamma," added Flora. "But, you see, mamma has something else to do than to look after two eleotrio flashes like you," said Dr. Raymond. The next day's cheerful little dinner party was just over Dr. Raymond's dinner parties were justly celebrated for their sparkle and per? fection and Mrs. Raymond left the temporary entertainment of weir whUo she feTUtlr to her sister-in-la- Perry Westerfield, "I shall prosper, dailing, now that Attorney at Law. Beaver Dam, Ky. E.D.QUFFT. J ttorneys GrVLffjr Sz rRiHg-O- B.D.KINS0 , t Ifow, square-shouldere- Will practice in all courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, Huperior Court and Court of Appeals. Collections and all legal business attended to. Office 32fm Market St, R. R. WEDDING Attorney at Law, Hartford, Ky. Will practice his profession in all the courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Office, room 20, Hartford House. r W. H. BAR1YE JATTORHEY'AT Hartford. Ky. LAWj TTTILL practice his profeeeion in all YV the courts of and adjoining ,8; g countJeB and C()Urt q A lal attention given to collections. r Ulllce over Uareon & to. I , ' went upioin nurserv. Until inis sho hrul had no onnortunitv to greet her children s new instructress; and Mrs. Tyler was sitting gazing mournfully into the fire B. when Mrs. Raymond's light step Bounded on the threshold. She came up to thogoverness with HARTFORD, KY. that instinctive way of feeling hor distance which belongs to the blind. Will practice his profession in the "Mrs. Tyler," sho said gently, courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Careful attention given to all business "you must bo lonely here." "I am used to it," was thecurt re- entrusted to him. Office in Repub- Jo. ROGERS, Attorney at Law, of ply. Cotton Belt R uto - For pity's sake, don't growl and grumble because you are troubled No- - good was ever with indigestion. effected by snarling and fretting. Be a nnn (unless you happen to be a woman)-- , and take Ayer's Sarsaparil-la- , which Will relieve you whether man or woman. A D. Taylor, ThelInrtlerllliato far. the Beaver Dam Pho- tographer, has located his Photo Car in Hartford and will make Pictures every here all day Monday in the Hartford Photo Car. Mr. Taylor will be found at his home gallery in Beaver Dam balance of the time. We are glad to say he ranks up with the ablest Photographers in the State. First class work guaranteed. "When beauty comes he takes it; If there is none he makes it." 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They're Um eAeatieet pfDa yea can boy at any price, for they're guaranteed to me MatatAeNaa, "of TniirmonaTMleimiatAli Tern neas, and all Appetite. RKMOVI THAT For everv variety and phase of the many diseases which attack the air passages of the head, throat, and luntrt), Ayer.a Sherry Pectoral will lefotmea Hpeclfic, This preparation Tired Feeling every organ and tUtma t tba t iIIIT WlMlPYfor Wi.lt. A1.I.J tveaiT. ,MU y aVam&V'V - knewn tar IB year ns the . 37t ' . Tfcinm Out em to help Catarrh mttr U aaata eUtakt barm. Foiaonoos, tTritaata aiat tronr, oaufkto aolotlOM oaly rtr M Dr. BaWs 0 from tha bead to the lung tawrtt Remedy cures Catarrh. It aalM, , MoMttaaf. eleanata,-- betJiBj. wyraftiatara --w v. at cww, iwiiaii And Make tha Waa ItrotLf. It enriches tha blood and lartgofatM tyfy. allays infltramatiou, disposition to cough controls itpd the omenta Ayer'sSartaparilla OnrM oibtrsj, will tear jro conumjtion 1 r, c' ' innocent girlish expectation, and this was the end ot it all "I'll go home to mamma. I won't stay hero another day," was the first impetuous resolve of her wounded heart. And then she remembered that the warrior who fled from the battlefield at tho first prick is scarcely worthy of the name; that her mother relied upon her small salary to meet necessary expenses, and that she bad valorously declared at the outset of her new career that "I knew it," said Ellice, smiling. nothing should discourage nor In "I recognized your voice when first timidate her. you spoke. We, who do not 890, have So littlo Ellice wiped away the hearing more acutely than smarting, burning drops and girded the gift of others," herself to endure. "And you pld not despise me for "But I won't remain here always for my Bcorn and cruelty to you in with that haughty girl's eyes on me the bygone days?" like a blight," she thought. "I'll go Ellice bent and pressed her lips to to the Academy of Design and take the young widow's cold forehead. lessons in drawing and fit myself for "This seal my pardon," she whisa "better place." pered. "Now come downstairs and And nobody but the youpg govus forget the past." erness herself knew how hard she let And Mrs. Tyler could not but reworked. spoken by one Dr. Raymond was sitting in his member the words whose every syllable is fulfilled: office one bleak evening when his sis "Blessed ro tho meek; for they tcr put her. head In at tho door. shall inherit the earth." N. Y. are you at leisure?" "Harold, "Comparatively speaking, yes. Nows. Why?" A Montana Amethyit. "Miss Compton is here the young Ajiugp amethyst, weighing twelve lady I was telling you about, who with, me, at Npounda and measuring nine Inches by draws In the same cla the Academy of Design. She would five in thickness, was found recently like to consult you about hor eyes. by Billy Norwood. Norwood dtscov She fears they are becoming weak." ered tbe stone on Granite creek, his ' "Tell her to come In," said Dr. attention bfjlng first attraoted by succinctly, and EUloe tbe brilliant, display ot color spanc Raymoud Compton entered in the pretty, shy ling in inesunngniv j.necoiorvc way that seemed natural to her, her the most beautiful shade,, a violet-blu- e In one and a pinkish-purpllashes drooping and a pink shadow hexagonal prism, which will meason her cheeks. He examined the soft gray orbs ure about four inches. A variety ol lifted to bis. Ha tried and tested tint are shown through the balance them with various sized prlat; he of the stone, according to tbe mixture of peroxide of manganese when looked at them long and carefully. "What do you think, doctor?" it was formed. This particular speciasked Ellice, timidly. "Sometimes I men is of the hardest variety, believe I'd better leave off drawing quarts or rock crystal, cutting plate for a few days to rest them, but I do glass almost aa neatly as a diamond. so dread to lose any time. I am in It Is more valuable aa a beauty specsuch a hurry to Improve, every day imenprobably, than for commerolal purposes. Helena Herald. and hour seems precious to me," I I "Will you not come downstairs and join our friends?, 1 want you to feel yourself thoroughly a member of our family, and Dr. Raymond will be delighted to Introduce you to our guests." "You consider your governess your equal, then?" said Mrs. Tyler? in a choked voice of bitterness. "Why should I not?" said Ellice, smiling. "Perhaps you do notknow that I was a governess once myself?" "I do knowltl" gasped Mrs. Tyler. "Stop, Ellice Compton, before yotf pierce me to tho heart with any more kindness. I do not deserve It. I am Clara Montagu!" lican Building. J. R. PIRTLE iSfbm HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Is prepared to do any and all kinds of Dental Operations. Prices most reasonable. Office over Williams St Bell's'Drug Store. DENTIST II S WBITW c A .Zi OFFICE OVER SEP FRONT Is prepared to Aq all kinds of Dental work at reasonable prioea. DENTIST. W..I. XVETOEU Hartfocd, Kentucky, i Contractor an. Builder Will draw dralta from a nice, neat cosy cottage up to a fine two story house. Will draw plans free of charge. Will make careful estimates on all kinds oi buildings, and remod al old bouses. Motto "Live sad Ml "1 1etlive.' aKaaV.: . BaV-aaTea- mcTmc i AWAWATr aaanaaaa aaa nan ate OM.u anaaaaai KSilS&E .S.TJte mmm wawawp, r, faansaaa J ' ,, aaaawavawwankjaaa. aaawewap JQ. 'A - ,. .MeA& mmssammmm - j..As?ti2aaa t s Vft l y i"-S- , ,. .$ CAPITAL. - i! fJB that enemy of both private and public morals, the ipen saloon. Now will the ptople of Ohio county suffer a few citizens of the town of Hartford to thus over-rid- e the expressed will of the people. For it is a question in my mind whether the legal voters of Hartford have nny right to say whether they shall have open saloons or not. Indeed I question the right of the County Judge to order an election for said purpose, under the existing law, to any town or portion of the county seperate from the rest. But when once before I accused the County Judge of lacking the backbone an to refuse to order election, someone pounced upon me and said: "That if I had not been grossly ignorant of thcjaur that I would not have charged thejudge of as he had no lacking the back-bonchoice in the matter, but that it was a duty incumbent upon him, made so by law." But be that as it may, I don't see how the will ot a nnjority ot the voters of Hirtforl can set a side and render inoperative a law that a majority of 700 of the goo J people of the county said, "Shall be the law ot the of the county. But miy be that great and learned apostle of the law tint attempted to set me right before, or one of his colleagues, can with equal precision point out the justice or consistency of It seems to me that a such a law county might just as well, with equally as much propriety, set n side the law of the State, by a majority of the legal voters declaring nt an election that they wished to annul the law or to be excepted from its operation. The law is a county law, and if the people of Hartford desiretobe except ed from its operation, they should, at least, to ask the consent of the legal voters of the county. And according to the spirit of the law that is the least they can do, but the letter ol the law may be aud doubtless is different. But will go further than that and say that I believe the whole thing to be illegal, if it is not the law it is worse than a farce, it is only a makeshift I hope and a very poor one at that. some one, who is a friend to the cause, will take the matter in hand and sift it thoroughly. But in conclusion I want to say that in case the matter is referred to the people of Hartford, let every man ask himself before he casts his ballot in favor of the open salon, it it is for the best interest of society, if it is for the upbuilding of the church and all that is good. Let him try to think of one good thing that has ever resulted from haying open saloons, and then let him think of all the evil that And then has resulted from them. let him ask himself how he would like to have one on each side of his place of business, or on each side of his own sacred home to contaminate those who are as dear to him as his own life Let him think ot all these things and I think he will be constrained to cast his ballot on the side of right, on the side ol law, order and decency. He will cast his ballot so as to build up society, rather than to pulldown, and so as to elevate bis moral courage rather than to degrade it. He will feel good for having done that which is right in the sight of man and God. C.L.Tavi.or. .n 1MM 1 ! Ill W " III " .. ' J'VilH S . 1' ir' i YOUR MONEY ;, WILL NOW BUYA BETTER THE NATIONAL SHERIFF'S SALE FOR TAXES. I til I W W " l r: ig - m !PS Pootio and Patriotio Dosorlption A Viow irom tho By virtue of Taxes non-residetax-paye- due me from for 1894,1 will Soldlor's Homo. The milestones of memory cluster- On Monday, Jan. 7, 1895, iT"" tsr- - SUIT OR CLOAK Than ever before, PROVIDED you go where you can get the SUIT or CLOAK you want. Wo have them, and if you will call your visit shall pay you. Our young Men's FINE SUITS cannot be duplicated in this country and they are going. In LADIES WRAPS we defy competition in stylesjmd prices, in all colors and styles and at prices from $2 to $15. GALL AT ONCE! ing around the National Capital arc rich with historic lore, nnd refreshing to the tourist fromevery laud and 3 F ' v HOCKER & CO. Hartford Republican PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING NAM A. ANDEIIAOX JO. B. noOF.IW - Proprietor. 7, 1894. ...Ed Hor. Friday, December Do you owo Subscribers Take Notice. us any subscription? send or bring it to us. If bo, please We have to pay caili We need it. In fact, it takes lota lor everything. We of money to run a newspaper. have been, sending to our subscribers. to receive a statement.but Don't wait examine the label on your paper and see what you owe and send the nre now, and some statements Peramount to us without delay. but we haps your account is small, have so many of these small accounts Sec that they soon make big ones. to it that you do not get a dun. Remember, when you pay up for The Republican and one yeai in ad win receive me "Weekly Tribune or the Louisville Weekly Commercial one year Free. By all means, if jou owe us vance you on subscription, pay up. m Throttle The the open saloon. new county officials are sworn into office on Monday, Jan 7. Don't forget to carry your con- clime. Stand with me for a moment at the Scott Statue on the heights of the National Soldier's Home, to the north of Washington, as the slanting beams of evening irradiate thescenc. Far to the right and west the rolling hills of the Old Dominion lilt their pine clad crests over the trouble waters of the upper Potomac: and on a nearer view to the towers and turrets of the Jesuit University shime over Georgetowu Heights like Alpine sentinels guarding the view below. The forest trees of Oak Hill and Arlington cemeteries nod their emerald heads to the beholder, while the winds of nature sing a mournful requiem over the citizens and soldiers who have gone into camp on the upland slope of Omnipotence. Oak Hill contains the dust of many illustrious men Chase, Governor, Secretary of the Treasury and Chief Justice of the United States slept there until removed to Cincinnati. Stanton the Great War Secretary and iron arm of the rebellion rests under a tall granite shaft that is not more firm or compact than the heroic character it memorializes. General Reno who iell at South Mountain finds peace beThe Chief of Engineers in his re' neath a broken marble column Capport to tho Secretary of War esti tain R. U. Morris, of Monitor," memory, and Cumberland mates $3,050 for the completion of improvements on Rough River. Let mingles, here with Mother Uatth, the Commercial Club take courage. and as long as the waters of Hampton Roads shall tumble their white caps is teacher's pay day to the sea his heroic and patriotic and tho wielders of tho rod clothed in couduct will be cherished by a great-fu- l country! all their feminine loveliness and masLorenzo Dow, the great apostle of culine homeliness will come from ev ery section of this county to visit temperance and revival religion is ' Sunt. Shultz and draw theii well covered with a sandstone slab, grown ' earned sheckels. Here's long life Mtr tf4 lirtliiitia fitin rnoni rinr rrriiae and prosperity with all life's richest Howard Payne, author of Home Sweet blessings to the hard worked and Home, has a monument and marble burst to glory his dust in death, while poorly paid school teachers. in life he was a poor wanderer, often Some of our citizens who are in without home, food or shelter; anothfavor of open saloons say that the er Diogenes. reason for theii present attitude 13 When I am dead, let no vain pomp display because they are opposed to the sale A surface sorrow o'er my pulseless of whisky and that there will be less clay. of it sold if we have open saloons than But nil the dear old friends I loved in lite When a man of sound is sold now. May shed a tear.console my child and common sense gives utterance to wife. such rot as that it is in order for the When I am dead, some sage for self renown band to play Anuie Rooney or After May urn my ashes in his native The Ball. Don't you think? town, And jive when I am cold and lost and Alaraiia now has two Governors, dead, Oats, Democrat, is one, mid Kolb, A marble shaft whe:e once I necked bread. One thing Populist, is the other. James G.Blaine, that erstwhile fillwhich is peculiar in the present politics of Alabama is that the etrength ed the eye ol a nation, sleeps beneath of the Populists lies in what is kuown the giant oak of this cemetery, by as the "White Relt, while strange to the side of his son and daughter, with grave unmarked and memory fading say the Democratic strength lies in into the twilight of oblivion the Blacu Belt. This gives the DemMany great and good soldiers sleep ocratic plea of n"gro domination their last sleep on Arlington Heights somewhat of a black eye. that we see in the glimmering disMer-rimac, 11 offer for At about 2 o'clock p. m sale for cash in hand the following land for the amount due: No. acres. Value. Tax. Arnold, Win. C. . . 275$t,ooo $11.80 Arnold, W. W. . . 50 250 448 Burch, Nancy II. .194 970 11.55 Brown, Rich. T, town lot 50 a.55 Brown, Sam Q . . 740 1,500 Bell, David heirs . 170 1,000 400 700 heir 32 100 340 1,000 60 Bennctt,Gco. & sister 20 Ellis, Luther C. 75 30 Dhlton, W. II. . 190 500 . Davis, I II 200 Davis, W. J 100 50 Ford, Jas. W. 240 40 Farlelgh, Jas. S, . . 130 2,700 Gray, Jno. P. 3 town lots 200 Griffith, Clint 146 300 llackctt, II. C. et al. 50 125 Habeck, Lewis 200 15 Howard, Geo. & Co, 100 400 . . RARE OPPORTUNITY! m Having Dotorminod to Disoontinuo Bray, Henry . Bridges, Gcoigc Brown, J Brown, Geo. K. Bell, Tom R. ... 16.73 II 85 BUSINESS And to close out our entire stock consisting of u 16 115 32 5.92 50 106 ... 300 11.80 2 60 2.70 6.95 3 9o 3 ... ... ... ... , CLOTHING For Men, Boys and Youths, Gents Furnishing Goods, Ladies Dress Goods, Notions, Boots and Shoes, 00 440 28.50 3 95 4.94 3 '5 3.96 Hats and Caps, Hard'' 615 J 3 Hodges, Jas. A. 75 75 60 Hudson, John . '5o 3 30 2 45 Hackett, Frank F, .40 50 6.00 Jones, John . . . 445 9 King, Joseph . . 30 .300 4 95 Lee, James E . . 50 900 12.30 Long, Newton . 250 4.50 37 McCarty, Jus ton 4.96 70 300 Mitchell, T. V. . . 200 1. 000 11 80 Masterson.Pat 2 town lots 200 3.90 6 95 . . So Quast & Co. . 500 Sanders, Win . 1 town lot 150 3.49 Smith, Thamas . . 92 500 Stinnett, James 6.40 77 450 Simmons, Chas. S. 150 1,000 11.85 Smith, W. W. . . . 1S2 700 8.89 Sutherland, A. C . 100 250 4 SO Taylor, Mrs. Ella M.ioo 5 9 400 Taylor, Dr. Silas 100 32 3.00 Taylor, Alfred . . 200 300 4.98 Tooney, J. R . . . 100 200 Vanmetcr, W. S . 188 1,000 11.81 Voyles, Andrew P, 3 49 53 5o Ward, Daniel . . 2.90 30 90 Wilson, John S. . 101 694 500 Ward, Joseph . . . 8 40 .43 Wells Win, B . 200 3S Dunkhort, Henty . . 1,200 Hughes, W. E 3 town lots 10 2.10 . . 50 Shook, Wyley 200 3 95 Deanefield Coal Co . . 25,100 232.20 Credited by $63.00 ware, Cutlery, Stoves, and many other things too numerous to MENTION! We have greatly reduced the prices and are daily ottering valuable bargains. We mean just what we say, and especially invite the public to some early and These goods secure bargains. are just in season and just what We you need lor the winter. and lot also otter our store-houssituated in the most business part of Fordsville for sale. Any one desiring to go into business cannot find a better location. For further information, call on or address e ... ij- - 6 V , 1893. Rowe, J. E. 1 town lot 530 18 28 Deanefield Coal Co. . 30,000 222.42 Barnard, I. P. et. al. 6 town lots 4.96 3CO J. P. STKvr.ss, Sheriff Ohio County. Ky. 1 I'uor m Dlge-ll- ' science with you into the booth when jou vote 011 the saloon question. So far we are informed there is no place in this world where personal Upon the conabuse will do good. From all that can be learned, our trary, innny n man loses hi3 cause Democratic friends of the Reeves and the respect of his fellows as well, stripe havn't yet given up the idea of for the reason that he henps personal ousting Judge Guffy. abuso upon his opponents. The an Fultz, of Jcflerson county, is a member ol the Hartford Bar, having obtained license here three or four yenrt ago. Attorney-eu.ct County ti saloou people in Hartford will gain nothing by speaking ill of those who Supt. Shul'JZ has almost completed his first visit to the schools of the county and he reports them in a prosMr. Shullz has perous condition. been tireless in the discharge of his official duties and is making a good and efficient Superintendent. Thi.se are the days when the newfledged lawyer goes raging round the land with the Code under one arm Mid the Statutes under the other to impress the natives at the various Magistrate's Courts with the limitless ponderosity of his legal erudition. ly The Evening Pott, ouo of Louisville's great duilies, comes out in a new and much improved dress. It is one of the leading papers of the city, and with its recent improvements makes a long stride forward. Except its politics, may the Pott live long and prosper. Did you ever wonder if, once as mean as mean can be and, in fact mean always a man dies, whether or good things thnt not be knows th are Baid of him at the funeral and in the newspapers? If he does know, how much his faith in human veracity must be shaken. The fine ram of last Friday and Saturday was a God Fend to this Somo country, thoughtful fellow, however, suggested that the rain was tent not so much to end the drouth as to cleanse IheTein-pl- e of Justice after tho recent sitting of tho Circuit Court. drouth-stricke- signed the petition to submit the whisky question to a vote. Quite a number of these gentlemen dou'twant saloons here aud while such may not be able to assign a reason for signing the petition tLnt would fully satisfy the most radical of Piohibitionists, yet men have reasons knowu only, perhaps to themselves, which to them nre abundantly sufficient. The question which most interests those who are opposed to open saloons should not he who signed the petition, but who will vote against the Men are men aud they have evil. human sensibilities, but it is not safe to conclude that every man who signed the petition referred to will vote for saloons. Many of them will do no such thing. the man who would bite a nicklein two for half, of tho man who would skin a flea for its hide and tallow, of the man who sent in his bill for $3.85 against the ic department been u so n fircmnn broke down his door to telephone the department to send a greater force in order to savo the nuii's 8100,000 factory.of tho mnn pasturing his mother's grave, of tho man who stolo the butter from the blind negro's bread, of ho lined liis hat reguthe deacon larly with fly puper before tuking up tho Sunday contributions, of tho man who when he washed would let his face dry in the wind to avoid the expense of a towel, of tho mau who shaved his own nnd his wife's head because it was too expensive to furnish n comb wo repeat you have heard all these, but they are angels besido tho man who will subscribe) lor 11 paper, take it for fivo or six years without paying a cent for it and then tell the postmaster to mark it "refused " Km to him is tho subscriber who takes his paper without puying for it aud moves awny without notifying tho publisher and then when found and presented with his bill, gets mad aud swears ho won't nay it and that ho"haint seen jour dirty old paper nor hearn tell of the blasted thing for nigh onto two year,'' and that "it aint no 'count nohow." There may bo a place in the next world for such cattle, but they are sadly out of The sooner they are place in this. planted tho better. of You hae heard W r ft i tance. The dashing Sheridan; gallant Crook, the Iudian fighter; General Meigs, the faithful Quartermaster; General Hunt, Chief of artillery; Belknap, Secretary of War; Hazen, Sturgis, Baxter, Crane, Ayers, and the illustrious Admiral Porter, with a gallant crew of his naval subordinates, rest under the shade of those towering trees. Lengthen your views from the Soldiers' Home, and we behold fifteen miles away the hill-top- s of Mount Vernon looming up in the lading and nearer the walls ol Fort Washington shining in the distance; the spires and smoke of Alexandria rising over the ancient town where Jackson shot Colonel Elsworth in the hotel, and where Brownell sent a bullet through the heart of the rash Virginian, who defied a whole Government and flung his rebel flag to that May morning breeze. Let the eye linger along the banks ol the pellucid Potomac, and you see a long dark line spanning its flashing waters, and, perhaps, a rapid railroad train rumbling over the crumbling timbers of the historicLosg Bridge. Could this bridge talk what a story it could tell of the hopes and fears of those beaten Union soldiers who crossed its staggering piers in July, 1861, while the echo of cannon from Bull Run rang in their ears. Look at the swelling dome of the white Capital; the great monumental marble pile, erected to the memory of the Father of his Country, and lilting its head 555 feet into the azme sky; and which, with the State, War and Navy Department building, are among the chief landmarks that meet the vision. Then behold the great green squares, parks, circles angles anu me long suacied avenues sweep-- 1 mg away to the horizon, and the traveler has some idea of the possibilities of Washington a thousand years hence, when the bright flag of the Great Republic shall light up the pathway of mankind and guarantee universal suffrage aitd home rule to the whole world. A thousand years myi own Columbia, A thousand ears to rule the right; A thousand yenrs to lnw and order, A thousand years of mind and might! hor-rizo- n, Leads to nervousness, frctfulness, peevishness, chronec Dyspepsia nnd misery. Hood's Sarasparilla is the remedy. It tones the stomach, creates an appetite, and gives a relish to food. It makes pure blood and gives healthy action to all the organs of the body. Take Hood's for Hood's Sarsaparilla Cures. Hood's Pills become the favorite cathartic with every one who tries them. 25c. A HOCKER Tt & TABOR, Fordsville, Ky. 1 ffl - . t. franes pdotel- C'nll Owensboro, Kentucky. best fahe. To the county: Thousands of cases ol rheumatism hereby called to meet in mass conhave been cured dv Hood's garsapa-rill- vention in the court house at HartThis is abundant reason for ford Jan. I2tb 1895 at to a. m. for the purpose of nominating a candidate belief that it will cure you. for representative to the Legislature &m and to more perfec.ly complete the orThr l.lquor Quntlon. Law relative to the County Judge ganization of the county. Fvery one in ordering the election for the sale who is interested in good government and is opposed to the infamy of liquor in any town or precinct" liquor traffic is invited to come to ARTICLE 1. Act March 10, 1894 Local Option the convention and register himself as such, by sharing with us Law. 2554. Petition For Election a pirt of this great light now pending Duty Op Judge Submission Of before the American people. IndusUpon application, by trialist please copy. J. P. Rows. Question. written petition, signed by a number of legal voters in each precinct ot the territory to be affected, equal to twenty-fiv- e per cent, of the votes cast in each of said precincts nt the last preceding general election and when for town or city elections, the number of votes cast at the last city or town election, it shall be the duty of the Judge of the county court in such county, at the next regular term thereof after receiving said pe tition, to make an order on Ins order-boo- k directing an election to be held in the said county, city, town, district or precinct, as the case may be, on some day named in said petition, not earlier than sixty days alter said application is lodged with the Judge of baid coutt which order shall direct the sheriflf, or other officer of the said county, who may be appointed to CK. hold said election, to open a poll at each and all of the voting places in said county, city, town, district, or precinct on said date, for the purpose Opens th Way for Malaria Mf ,.!.! (Iia """"- - nf ll "- " aA.iA "' ",s a. Prohibitionists of Ohio The prohibitionists are OIT031TE1TEXAS depot. NO LIQUORS SOLD NO INEBRIATES KEPT. THE PATRONAGE OF ALL GOOD PEOPLE SOLICITED. Prop'r. si "" icia vi auiu . wuii, ... uj, buwu, ,uia- .,,. . "' Fou long, long years tho Toledo Made has done effective work for tho cause of temperance and practical prohibition by a series of able articles that excein each issue of llent paper. Tht Blade' motto is This "Down with the Rum Power" would be a fit motto for Hurtford'a Let citizens in the present contest. every good man say in his heart and at tho polls, "Down with tho Rum Power." Cato. A Fur Word About Ihe WhUkjr lnr-Hu- vote at electioua for county officers, upon the proposition whether or not spirituous, viaous or malt liquors shall be sold, bartered or loaned therein, or whether or not any prohibition law in force in any county, cityrtown, district or precinct, by virtue of any general or special act or acts, bhall become inoperative; and counties, cities, towns, districts and precincts in which the sale, barter or loan of spirituous, vinous or malt liquors are now prohibited muy have a vote thereon under the previsions of this act. A well written, WitujNGTON, Kan., Nov. 28 '94. I bee by Tub RuruuucAN of November 23 that there has been a petition prepared by a number of the citizens Hartford praying the County Judge to order an election to be held on January 30th or the purpose of voting upon the ever enduring and long suffering public, if they can, neatly displayed on the thoroughfare of business, ever pointing the wayfarer to your place of busTry one and be convinced iness. Our circulation is very large, and our rates are as low as the lowest. advertisement in Tint Republican is a finger-poi- Hartford A "TRAN'CU CLAIRNOVANT"-Se- nd 25 cents, with nge, sex and sumps and receive horoscope of future life. Madame Jubber, dead trance medium, seventh daughtcr.boni with a veil and wonderful gift of second sight; tells past, present and future. 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It li with pleuur that we call attcnUoa to the truth are the came as what other tfe Uitlmonlil of Mr. A. M. Deck, who li well mediums charge for falsehood. known In Florida, and to the travelling public, Skeptical people who, on account baring for reari been a railroad patienger and later, ticket agent at JackeonYllle. of the many misrepresentatlonsinthe ' "C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mali. : "Some three er (our years ago I wrote to Tu papers, have lost faith in newspaper la relerenoe to the good my boy had derlred advertising should write and be confrom the ue ot Hood's Sarfaparllla, and now vinced that all advertisements are not allow me to tar that the eanie boy and nt , mother became fruads. I Prostratod With Malaria It is well known throughout the and Hood'i Sartaparllla has again been used world that mediums are the only rewith taUtfaetory results. I do not bellere you can Bod a raueh better looking child for his age, liable seers, and their charms cause eight yeari, than our boy. For this picture et love, speedy marriages and success in. health hit mother and also myself attribute It to YOUR FUTURE REVEALthe uie ot that most valuable remedy, Hood's business. Unites arsaparltla. His trouble before taking the ED IN A DEAD TRANCE. medicine was aa affllcUon with bolts, and a genthe separated and causes speedy and eral breaking out all over his body. Ot course from such suffering the child became weak and happy marriage with the one you love; causes good luck in all things ; SECURE A by proper advice. CIIAKM AND WEAR DIAMONDS. general prostration of the system was a natuRevealseverything. Mmh.JUDBER, ral result We again resorted to Hood's Sarsaparilla with wonderful success. The word grati- JOX 75. NEW ALBANY, IND. tude but poorly expresses our feelings toward Cut this LUCKY CHARM FREE. A. M. Baca, Belmore, Hood's Sarsaparilla." Bo sure to get Hood's. out and cave it. Florida. Mention this pa17 a6t Hood's PIHo act easily, yet promptly and per. acleauy, on the liver and bowels. M. QUARTERLY REPORT Beaver Dam DEPOSIT BANK At thoCloso of Business on OF THE 18th day of Juno 1894. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts . . . $72,075.87 Overdrafts, secured . . . 264.11 Overdrafts, unsecured . . 594.30 Due from National Banks 11,115.58 Due from State banks and Bankers 45 59 Banking house and lot . 3,000.00 Specie 2,632.72 Currency 2,044.00 Furniture and Fixtures . 1,500.00 Current expenses . . . 867. i: r- $94,i39.9 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in,incash$25.ooo. 00 Surplus fund 8,250.00 Undivided profits . . . . 4,204.01 Due Depositors 56,571.67 Due National Banks CuLEe J r?jb Impure Blood DueSt'tebanks&St'teb'k'rs . . X$ . 59.00 54.60 $94,139-2- State of Khntucky, County ov Ohio. 1 J m" , Hood's" Cures John II, Barnes, Cashier of Beaver Dam Deposit Bank, a bank located and doing business in the town of Beaver Dam, in said county.beiug 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 oljunc, 1894,10 the best of hfs knowledge and belief; and further says that the business of said bank has been transacted at the location named, and not elsewhere; andi'ihat the above report is made in compliance with an official notice received from the Secretary of State, designating the 18th day of June, 1894, as the day on which such report shall be made. Subscribed and sworn to before me by John H. Barnes, the 20th day of June, 1894. Rowan Houmoor, Clerk Ohio County Court By SHRtBY Taylor, D. C. J. H. Banres, Cashier R. P. Hockkr, Director. Jno. H. Barnes, I. P. Barnard, MOTIOB. srsrr bum and woasa to tts UalJf tutat lnurssbd la U Oplasa aad Watskrhabit to hays oo 0 arboass oa Umm MsTl, WooIUt, AUaota, Addrtss , , v x Mt. aad wtU' M saat 3 X 8 H g W&CT J 1 &f&x&ti& ifeftV -- ' .AitM v. At tii-- l tidi&yhk'SJM ,, mi .ct ivt&ta .....jifetiuiWirrj K,t'A'i:j75i .. v ..1. '(: va V '!&: if4akML '. ,r5B rfj JjifctJabii &i&5 .V hbhh aaaaaMiraMaMiajsjiaiMtBiisaawawawaBeaaaaiaaBastMSMaaakJsaMiiaBBiWJaaB iit-twrssBflwiia vi 'ir V"n. ' - r t'' ' i u " T1 -- , ' "t'iwr!'.'TrV'':-i7'n'?" . iryMT " L ! THANKS Are cheerfully rendered by Mr. S K. Newiunn i3 in Hartford. They are going X m as goods. I'air Bros. & Co. J. B, Foster Cash Stor? sellft'sjlbs of sugar for $ i. oo Call on Hall Bros, for mct, lard, sausage, &c. They handle only fresh goods. V BEAVER DAM. . . I J -- . T "Out of light' 'Pair Bros. & Co's. is at Pair Best line oi underwear Bros. & Co's. Headquarters for Xmas goods Fair Bros. & Co. Special prices in Fair Bros. & Co's. dress goods thin week. Prettiest line of handkerchiefs in town at Fair Bros. & Co's. J. Foster Cash Store sells Polk's Corn and Peas at 10 cents per can and tomatoes at 10 cents per can. B. Mr. W. M. Fai r and Miss Anna Fogle went to Louisville last Friday morning, returning Friday evening. Out Regular Correspondent writes a Newsy Letter. Rev. J, B. Peiryman will preach here on the fourth Sunday after this. Rev. E. E. Pate on the first Sunday. Misses Fannie Barnes, Viola Plrtle, N. May Friend, Pearl Eblin; Messrs. C W. Parrott, E. D. Tilford, Byron Barnes and C. P. Austin spent Sunday last in the country with Miss Hattie Miller. The "TarilTBill Supper" was quite a success and was an enjoyable leve- nlng to both young and old. Misses Casebier and Wade, Rock- port, spent last week with their sister, Mrs. D.J. Coleman. Mrs. Elvira Miller, of near Hartford, was the guest .of Mr. R. P. Hocker and family this week. Mr. J. H. Nave left Wednesday for Louisville. Mrs.Nave and daughter, Miss Bessie, have been visiting s and friends for the past few days and will leave Thursday for Louisville where they will make their future home. We regret their leaving very much and wish them great success. Misses McKenney, Clark.Nave and Austin went on an, escapade Monday rela-tive- 1 1 Cvercoats in every K PPV shade, FAIR f. A CO. To the many patrons who have come to them during the year,and Mr. John J. McIIenry leave for Louisville to-da- and wife Hall Bros, will keep constantly on hand the very freshest and best meat to be found in the market. Give them a call and get the very best. 4r very shape that's ever made, ight among our piles. brae and see through our stock, call around and try, nd see their perfect fit; o see them you're sure to buy; J mnnv UIIIIIJ KJUTiVll, 1 ti - 1 i 3 tvgl FOR BLESSINGS PAST. In spite of what has been a rath- er trying year, we have much to be thankful for, and we all unite in the HOPE v -- . That times will be better from this day on. Fair Bros. & Co. are willing to do all they can to help you. We are better prepared than ever to do your Job Work, and guarantee you satisfaction In quality and prices. No overcoats as good for the price Why go elsewhere when we can do as those at Fair Bros.& Co's. just as good work and at lower prices? Mice tnince meat, Prunes and Kraut Give us an order and be convinced, at 2. Wayne Griffin & Bro. Messrs. Tracy & Son have sold Wantrd. so bushels of hickory their stock of groceries to Mr. Will nuts. Call at RiirunucAN Office. Taylor. Tracy & Son's has been a We will sell you 23 pounds ol populartrading place for a long time, brown sugar for fr.oo Carson & Co. and will be greatly missed by our Fair Bros. & Co. are selling the people. Mr. Taylor is very popular with our people and is a first class millinery price no item they must business man and we predict for him go. . a good business. Mr. R. E. Manley, Rochester, is Mr. S. O P. Hall and brother are the guest of Mr. G. C. Westerfield opening up a meat shop on the corand family. ner opposite the Hartford House. The Don't fail to visit Fair Bros. & firm's name will be Hall Bros., and Co's. the biggest dress goods house they will always handle the very freshest meats to be had. Everybody in Ohio county. congratulates Mr. Hall on his being School teachers' day Saturday at Fair Bros. & Co's. Special prices in acquitted of the charge of rape at the last court, and together with Tub every department. Rbpuducan wishes he may do well Rev. J. A. Bennett, Beda, and Mr. in the meat business. He has had Jno. P. Rowc, Centcrtown, called to considerable experience in this line. see us Wednesday. Ntrajml orHlolcn, My lemon-colore- d pointer dog". He Don't forget that wc are headquarhas a little white about breast and ters for general merchandise. legs and one-hal- f of his tail bobbed. Carson & Co. Will pay reward for his return or Wc have the nicest assortment of leading to same. He has fruits and candies in town. been away since last March. Z. Waynk Griffin & Bro. H. P. Taylor. Mr. John Adam Brown, of Point Tax-Paye- rs Pleasant is sick of n complication of diseases and is not expected to live. Miss Isabella McHenry returned from fouisville last Saturday. Remember we handle window sash and doors of all kind. Z. Waynb Griitin & Bro. You can buy groceries cheaper from Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro than any other place in town. See our line ofmufTs.handkerchicfs, novelties in splashers, dresses, scarfs &c. They are beauties, ot Fair Bros. lee our greatest hit. "O, Iloom is full, from the cheapest to the best. You can buy any style or color and quality. You can buy a Suit of Boys' Clothing from $1 to $5; in Men's Clothing from $3 to $25; just as you like. We have re- Our Clothing 3? ,i W night. Miss Belle Sovders, in company with Mr. J. Luther Smith and Miss Myrtle Butler, Morgantown, spent Thanksgiving with Mr. Sam Sowders and family. Mr. C. P. Austin has been sick for the past few days. A party given by Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Taylor Tuesday night in honor of Miss Bessie Nave was quite an enjoyable evening. The refreshments were quite splendid. The young people have been attending the protracted meeting at Liberty this week. Miss Lesta Hays, Rochester, is here visiting her sister, Mrs. J. P. McKenney. Mrs. Silos Brewer soent lost week with her daughter, Mrs. K. J. McKenney. Attye. Ralph Fleeced. Wedneseay's Courier-Journsay3: "S. E. Ralph, a farmer of Ohio county, ca me to Louisville yesterday morning with a d af wagon spokes. He started out to see the town early, and had $60 when he en-- , tered Kittie Ward's place, on Ninth street, between Main and Market, about 8 o'clock He remained there all day, and had $40 late in' the afternoon, he says, but when he leftj the place his money was misslag. "He does not know who stole his money. He and KittieWard were arrested last night by Lieut Jacobs and Patrolmen Reedy and McPeak. The woman was charged with keeping a disorderly house, and Ralph with drunkenness and disorderly conal car-loa- duced our clothing to the very lowest cash prices. Come and secure a bargain. Are beauties and of the latest styles. We bought direct from the factory, secured the lowest prices, and are selling them accordingly. It will pay you to come and see. .M Our Cloaks I . Jfl rr Kfni 33 V.fl S3 FOR THE FUTURE, the past, their prices will be down near the bed rock and their stock way up in quality. As in &Co. We don't sell Millinery goods at cost but ourretail price is so low that we buy new goods every week. Carson & Co. Nothing but fat calves will be killed by Hall Bros., therefore their meat will always be good. Call on them for anything in their line. Marriage license: Jas. H. Burgess to Miss Mcta Frizell, Logan M. Smith to Miss Mattie H. Brown, George E. Clark to Miss Luvena Stewart.. Mr. George E. Clark, of Louisville, and Miss Luvena Stewart, of Beaver Dam, were married at the Circuit Clerk's office last Tuesday evening. Rev. R. A-- . Crowe pronouncing the ceremony. ? R-- t i FAIR BROS, $ CO., . The Dry Goods and House of Hartford. Friday, Dkckmiikk 7. 1894. Clothing 4 Hon. E. IX Gufly returned from Fiaukfort Wednesday Call on ' Notice to 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 direct ed by the Board of Trustees to collect the balance of the tax due the town and to do so at once. Is something it is useless to for us to say anything about,! or every lady Dress Goods "wa i vCI that wants a Dress, comes to CAR- SON & CO. for it. They know they can find just what they want there. Department Our .Notion is kept full of the belt i j and freshest. We can always please and we are always ready to wait upon you. Don't fail to see the biggest and best stock, in Hartford at our store. CLA.-5S- ra M 2T duct." E. Lee Siramer-mi- n returned Wednesday from a visit to Mrs. Dr. Cox, of Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. R. Sz CO - Messers V. G. Hardwick and Vanl Miller went to Owensboro Tuesday. If you want good Job Work, someWatkins for a good, easy thing nice, with the very lowest prices, call at Tub Republican Ofhave or a nice hair cut. fice. Mr. Warren Milter, oi near Beaver Dam, died at his home last Sunday We will pay 1$ cents per dozen for morning. He leaves a host of friends Carson & Co. Kggs. to mourn his loss. Miss Mattie Sanderfur is visiting W. D; Luce and U. S. Carson ' Miss Mamie Sallee, Henderson. have about completed Mr. J. P. Thompson's new house on Ins farm Mrs Jennie McHenry and Mr John J. McHenry visited Buford last n few miles East of town. Tuesday. Miss Rachie Sanderfur, of Whites- Mrs. E. D Guffy and llttledaught-er- , vill, visited her parents, Mr. and Miss Mercedes, were is icuh-vill- e i Mrs. J 1'. Sanderfur, last week. She this week. was accompanied by Miss Eula Miss Viola WestcrBeld after visi- Brooks and Master Ivan ice Brooks. ting Several weeks in Cromwell will Mr. G. C. Westerfield has finished return home the rooms over J.W.Ford & Co's feed I I Watkins, the barber, is prepared to work. gWe you the very tst At themeetingof HartfordLodge No. 675 held Monday night of this week, it was ordered that the Lodge meet at 1 o'clock p. ra. on December 27; the occasion being the regular election of officers. A full attendance of membership is desired. Please take in your tax receipt at once and oblige, your obe dient servant, Wm. Lyons, Marshal. CALL TUB BOLL. , fr Subscribe lor TilK Rbpuducan and get the best county paper published Pay one year in adin the State. I will preach at Old Salem, near vance and we will send you one year free either the New York Weekly theoldCaney Prscinct njxt'iatli night Tribune or the Louisville Weekly at 11 o'clock, and at Rosine at Thepcdpleof the neighborhood ate Commercial. all invited tocoine U.J. Bran, Pastor, Dr. J E. Pendleton left yesterday for lacksonvile. Fla , to spend the t Col. C. M Burnett returned Saturday Iroi'n a visitto his brother nt winter. Mrs Pendleton left Sunday Cauiba, Ohio. Col Baruett tnovdto for the same place Our people retown from his tarm at No Creek this gret very much to give Dr. Pendleton week, We.arc always glad to have up, He will remain in the sunny auch people move into our mi 1st as land till spring Col Barnett and his excellent family Eld. I H. Teel rilled his regular Wh-von vn tn trade anil wnnt ' appointments at the Court House "onilng and evening. " bargains, take a copy of the Tiw Rk-Bro Teel has been engaged to contin ruuucAN and select a meichatit who has an advertisement in it, and you ue to preach to our people. He is a young divine of considerable ability, will always get bargains In whatever t ln-n The Bon Ton Social Club gave a very pleasant dance at the Court House last Friday evening Mr S T Aruoid au I .uothr I. .. A. J. Arnold who have been visiting in Daviess and Ohio counties returned to their home near Cromwell Wednesday store, and they are now occupied by Dr. J II White, the Dentist Dr. White is better p'eptrH now thin ever to fix let ih. is he ha much nicer quarters w ' s r a' a r line he handles. Our advertisers are reliable business men, and you will always find their stores chack full of the freshest aud neatest goods no .old stock. They can't keep an old stock and advertise in Tun Rbpub- UCAN. and well liked by our people. A very amusing 1 V John Ashby is still improving slowly but Heavrin is not no fortunate says the Owensboro Messenger. Hesat uphalf an hour Sunday, the first time since he was wounded, aud a short while yesterday. Physicians would not slate positively that all danger is over, but say he will recover if he does not Jake cold. No war rants have been issued for either of theto, and the attorneys say the matter will probably go over and be tab' mlttad to the grand, jury at its next -- MUW . ir incident occurred on the Irvington Branch of the L. St. & T. R. R. last Saturday evening. The train was in control ot that genial whole-souleJerry Tilford, and as one coach was nearly vacant, a little girl was placed in a seat where she would notbe disturbed. When the , train began to backoff the long switch at Fills of Rough, the little girl thought the train was running away. m m With hands uplifted and crying at S)trjrd. the top of her voice she Was calling: One sow and ioar barrow slioata, "Mr, Tilford, Mr, Tilford, atop, stop, marked swallowfork in left ear. oft". Oh! please the train is running retop it" Mr.Tilford assured her ev- Any information leading to their covery Will be liberally rewarded by erything' was all right and she, would reach home safely. Injconnection we J. C Hkbhbll, Hartford; Ky., or ' xp--at might add that this "road is doing a Hartfohd JUp.PBucAif. ix geodbasiaeM, and the conductor is Or, Price's Cr I sltlf Pew4tf one of JoUtaet asm in the service. WawUa Pilar lsniB M4iJ I d Ohio county loses one ot her best Missing, missing Oh! my soul citizens when Mr. J H. Nave, of Mark the missing, call the roll. will "Mr. Outhwaite, of Ohio!" Beaver Dam, leaves. Mr. Nave move with his family to Louisville Wraithly voices answer "hence," this week. He has been a resident And the tomcat squalls "Mariah" of the county for many years and has Up and downofthe alley fence. Fateful ides drear November many friends throughout the county Long will Democrats remember. who regret to give hiraand his excel"Tom Atjhrall lent fisui'.y up, but all join lu wish- WinterLToh,son'" like a pall storm clouds ing them a pleasent tine in their new Gathered in the Northern sky, home. And the bleak winds speeding by Shriek a word and hurry on. Weterfllt-Mw!etC- . By old Grover'sbest havana Mr. Jacob Westerfield andMiss'Ella By Pap Thurman's red bandana Hewlett, of Pleasant Ridge, were Men and brethren, he is "gone!" married Tuesday evening at the Pleas- Think.Ohithinkthe cash it cost Mm ant Ridge Baptist Church in the pres-enc- Can it be we have lost 'im? go, then; call another ol a large audience of admiring Let him Stalwart friend and faithful brother. Dr. J. S. and well wishing friends Coleman pronounced the ceremony "Objector Holman!" At the name Surely every trump ol fame In a beautifully Impressive manner. In triumpant voice will tell Immediately after the ceremony the "Holman liveth, all is well!" bridnl party repaired to the home of Nay, a thousand paper mallets the bride's father.Mr. Wm. Hewlett, In the shape of Watson ballots where a fine spread was enjoyed. Beat him silly beat him sore Worthy Holman is no more. This is a very happy wedding of two very popular young people, who be "Shout for Bynuni, search for Bland, gin life with flattering prospects. Scour the woods on ever band!" Ah! we find them face to face, May success and happiness be theirs Locked in one fond embrace; always. Lovers always, lovers ever, m m Even death could npt dissever. 100 Reward $100. e Bynum sowed his wheat, The readers of this paper will be Reaped he tares and sad defeat; pleased to learn that there is at least Bland, the honest, Bland 'the bold, one dreaded disease that science has Cared for neither fame nor gold been able to cure in all its stages, and Only silver caught his eye In the happy days gone by. that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Rest ye, comrades, sleep amain positive cure known to the We shall greet the is the only ne'er again. Catarrh being medical fraternity. a constitutional disease, requires a "Men and brethren, leave off kissing Those dead faces hunt the missing!" constitutional treatment. Hall's Ca- Look for Cummings, Wilson, Hatch tarrh Cure Is taken internally, acting Lasso Bryan try to catch directly upon the blood and mucuous Same brief note from that sweet singer surfaces of the system, thereby de- Crisp's beloved Chairman Springer, Where, Oh! where is Sockless jerry, stroying the foundation of the dis- Tracy, Stevens, Pence and Heard? ease, and giving the patient strength Sound the tocsin, warriors, hurry"" by building up the constitution and Bring us back one hopeful word! assisting nature in doing its work. Missing, missing one and all! The proprietors haveso much faith in Dead or lost beyond recall: its curative powers.that they offer One By old Grover's best havana Hundred Dollars for any case that it By Pap Thurman's red bandana Send for list of testi- Though we weep and wail and whoop fails to cure. Brethren, we are in the soupl monials. S. Q, Lapius, In 'the Zanesville, Address, F. J.Chbnby & Co., ToleOhio, November, 14, do, Ohio, 19 imo i' Free-TrcdTimes-Recorder, J. C. Miller Dead. No young man ever attended Hartford College who was thought more of than J. C. Miller, of Ensor, Ky., who departed this life last Thursday night, surrounded by friends and loved ones. He had been afflicted for syveral weeks with typhoid fever,and fram the first grew steadily worse. He was a member ct the Baptist Church and a thorough Christian gentleman. He had attended Hartford College two or three terms and wasa universal favorite among both teachers and paplls, and was well liked by our people in general. Thus a noble young man is taken from us to try the realities of the world Tub Republican extends condolence to the bereaved parents. HIM Callotrnjr'aiUebal conWednesday's Courier-Journtained the following account of Miss Elizabeth Calloway, who spent the summer in Hirtford: "Mr. and Mrs. John I. Colloway, of 1037 Second street give a reception ye te-- iylevc-ninfrom 5 to 7 o'clock, in honor ot the debut of their daughter, Miss Elizabeth Calloway. The rr.siileice was handsomely decorated throughout. The reception rooms were in ecru and blue, with borders of Southern smilax, while the porticos hal smilax with fringes af American Beauty roses, there als? being in vases on the mantles. "The frappe room was draped in white with palms banked at four corners. The, rooms on the second floor were also prettily decorated. In the gentlemen's room was a tall many chysanthe-mumvase containing at the base of the vase a bed of violets, with the Inscription: "Take one" so that all the callers received a boutonnierre. "Miss Calloway, who Is conceded to be one of the season's most attractive girls, wore a becoming white Paris muslin and carried Ameridan Beauties. Mrs. Calloway wore a1 rich black sijlc,' d g, s, long-stemn- Consumption was formoriy pronouncod'inourablo. of the early stages of the disease Now it is not In all , Scott's Emulsion ' e, MBJBSJBflBaaaHaBBJr strength, will effect a curo quicker than any other known specific. Scott's Emulsion promotes the making of healthy luag-tisaurelieves inflammation, overcomes the excessive waste of the disease and gives vital For Coughs, Oolds, Weak Lungs, Sore Throat, Scrofula, Anamia, Bronchitis, Consumption, Loss of Flesh and Wasting Diseaws of Children. TAC MAN. nark on Buy only tho genuino with our trade talmon-cohrtd wrapper. oott Snd for pampMtt on Scott' t Emulsion. FREE. Bowne, N. Y. All Druggists. BO oents and . lexMeGive r ou a vAMan Well Dressed Vavir I ointer eels double DLESSED A g gL v .L lfLT' M I gt 7HEArfj!? f g i i(ipf i LEAVE YOUR MEASURE Awarded High IfoaMrs WrM' Pair. Ik Garments ""made: DANCONA&Gfi well Fitting to order. & CARSON WITH CO. , 1894. te To tarn Teaabera ! Ohio flaaatjr. I have, bought at a very low price a special line of ladles and gentlemen's goods which I will open, up and sell on next Saturday, December 8tb. Every teacher cordially jnyitedlto the special sale, beglnlug next' Saturday, December 8th at J. B. Foster's Cask BANNf most; PBRPICTJ MAM. A Antf . 1 nanraa s.. v ? ( "OuAxaaCrrr Aamltrtaiavaaa .... rraPfctCll.(0a.'.T4!!J luu Eiilwt, fei-l- r IttaM. 'i & .. HV (6mM.V CHaWafiaMafeavtlkaiML ra 'v , ' i :&i psTMraMatawJiiMW ThOMWhS'aMQ.C. ft, 1. M FTm AfMMMiWUlCT-- lOmit.1 . t, 'J. Ij port Craps. Gw TanatNwaV. -- i1 Store. ir ' 1 . ktkikf& ttai"ii'iiiirtiT J ,to t "f?' Vy 1iifefcAl,i3 imi vAiiir.. t 40 Y1AM TH1 ITAWAM. h Jf t k &o i J. JifM- - ; "v, ;.-Trc ,-- m?!K - 'Vjai Jr?lP jflFvv ex-pen- se. ' niiiiiifiMh - JffimfmmmM.mmmmtwmmwT m.M && ' X. . Hartford Republican Vn' r. lV FRibAY, Dbcrmber 7, 1894. MEDICAL BOOK FREE. Vnlnnble FT L Informnllon for the or fttnrirnt. rr i i If 7K K I jv W' i ' ., way back to tho outsldo world again. m m ..-To leavo tho place wo were in was by Baldness is either hereditary or means so much more than ' The cotillon is the fin de siecle Th tnu qhjhI txrouniUd. means of tho chalk marks which con caused by sickness, exmental ryou imagine serious and i dance, and no wonder, for it can b Bridret alts tier hand acalnit the store and stituted the on'y guide. In our lonerle out with pain. Sha appllea Dr. Fanner' haustion, wearing tight-fitte- d lints, , 'fatal discuses result from liness it seemed as if the wnlls wero managed to stilt every nge, taste and and by over-worOolden Relief and the pain Is gone. and trouble. Hall's home. neglected. Johnny awoke la the night creaming forth , 'trifling ailments closing in upon us nnd would crush pain In itomach the eherrle bad brought on. A The favors may be mere trifles, a Rencwer will prevent it. ' Don't play with Nature's us. Tho only hope was that our towpoonful of the Relief ti gtrea. Immediately friends would remember whero wo vinaigrette, for instance, or costly ' greatest gilt health. Johnny la dreaming. , HEATING BY ELECTRICITY. had started and would organizo a gifts a bouquet holding n jewel in its The lek mother, jnst returned from her ltousrefctllnr T, Southern trip, 1 no better. The " hsotio flush " searching party which might bo heart. out of lorti. weak Jr The figures for the German, A Belief That It Will Soon Come Into la iUU oa her cheek and gloom hangs ortr the eiiu gTiiaiauj guided by the chalk marks. All day however, nre more difficult to arrange General Use. family olrcle. The Oolden Relief la uaed a niuaiea.iieivoui, and all night wo waited with- than nre have no appetite agricultural pop- month, and a eura results. Th explanation la: W. S. Mndaway, who has devoted the gifts. The one who in nd can't work, Oolden Relief aim tnflommalton. No Inflamout food or sleep, and tho long dark ulation. btgln at once tik. vents a new figure is usually regard-e- d much attention to tho statistics and mation, no sore from bars, no Iiiff the moat retla- Tho reader will naturally ask: ries, no consumption. Contains hurt from cher- 0 hours dragged their weary tlmo IiIm .lMn.lkH.lHV no opiates, nar-0a benefactor to the wotld the practico of electric heating, states why along until it seemed to us that wo It strnngo?" It is medlclnt.whlihtt.f ties r mineral poisons. Safe and certain. that pcoplo who could ufford to, "Thenof is population. Blown 'e Iron fill. T, world of dancers. One tablespoonfol cures La Qiippelt oarer Wo could not tell Gheol is would go crazy. its do their lighting by electricity nor disappoint. Money refunded tf sat-- f tlta curebenefit The bell figure is an amusing one, ceuld afford to do not populated as is any other olty of whotherit was day or night telling action not gt Ten. Take a betur home tholr cook- -' cornea from the all of the stories wo know and try- which can begotten up without any Ing and ironing by the same, the universe. It is a little place of : very Aril dote tf tvaa 7 ijja ing to keep each other cheerful until previous arrangement beyond , and It's means. However much of a luxury somo 5,000 people, but, of this 6,000, pleaainl to take. ovcry topic of conversation was exa small hand bill. electric heating in domestic work in 1892, 2,017 were lunatics. The I.OIllftTII.I.K, NT. LOU I it n peculiarity of the treatment of theso hausted and tho sllenco wa3 only MJUKHUL.K IN KFKKCT NOV. I, A chair is placed in the middle of may now appear to be, its uso! insane la broken by tho monotonous dripping that they are allowed to Ne.M, No. 43, is rapidly growing, and before long WKST 110UKD. Dally. Dally. of water in tho adjoining chamber of the room, on which some cnlvalies It will becomo general, for the sav--in- g wander unconfined, as though under DyspepaU, Kidney and Liver Na.ifr-.I9his sent, bell in hand. This he T.tSa. m. M p. m. no surveillance whatever. They mix f.T. l.oulMllle tho cavern. Exhausted by fear and takes TVa...! free-- , of attendance, and of time, . ( II a. m. V.K p. tn. WrM hunger my mind was given up to rings at intervals.tillsotnelady conies dom from dirt, coolness of the, with tho townspeople, partako in Constipation, Bad Blood . ...... tiU a. m. I.07 p. m. nrnlrn.irg tho mostfantastlc imaginings, weird up to invite him to dance. Oneyouth kltchcu, absolute uniformity of hcatj tholr amusements and festivities f Malaria, Nervous allmtnu ST p.m. IrTlnxion M a.m. I and not infrequently assist them in shapes and forms without substance whose patience was tried bybeing left and ability to regulate it, are advan10.13 e. m. 1.21 p. m. ..... Womon's complaint. 10 44 . m. 14 p. in. appeared on every hand, black nnd to toll the bell too long a time.finnlly tages that appeal at once to tho their daily vocations. Clomport ........-- . Ctt only the etnulne It hat creased red lines on the wrapper. All others are lub- - i IUwfTlII............ It u , tn. 10 10 p. ni. Lunatics of every sphere tn life are rod specks floated beforo my eyes, settled the matter by seizing housekeepers. eiiutea On receipt of two c atampswe It has been conclu- found in Ghecl princes, nobles, the bell Iwltirt ....... -- ...... II.U a.m. 10 .14 p.m. will aetiil eet of 1e Beautiful World's H and at length camo a numbness in 11: U p. m. Hill p. ra. Owenatnro...... Pair VI. Ul and tmnk (. with both hands and clanging away sively proved, both in this country merchants, peasants and tho inhabwhich I felt no longer, until the 1 nnmvu -- ... ruruiru rn . ainiunnf ..r. a Hrottarllle ... nnd in Europe, that no source of M p. m. ll.M p. m. with such force that in self defense l. . a. . a ... - w sound of a horn reverberated among heat offers so many elements of value itants board them according to their tr. Ittndereen...... ........ M p. tj. 11 20 a. m. ability to pay. It is well to explain tho rocks and wo know that we wcro half a dozen young women rushed up as electricity for cooking and launNo. 51, Ho. 51, EAST nOOND, ' that in this untquo town the insane Dally. Daily saved; a rescuing party was follow- to urge theirhandsupon hitn. Anoth1j. Caiaon, U.M. t'sraen dry work. m ... 1l a. m. 3: ISp. m J, arc located or domiciled amomg the l.i. Hrndereon Wo danced, er man, whose years pemittcd this ing tho chalk marks. There Is no discomfort, nc noxious Wintering I.lvr Htocx. Stxiltaflltr - . ... T.TT a. m. $ 37 p. m. wo hugged each other pleasintry, had hardly sounded the gases from combustion and no variaInhabitants and not confined in an Many readers will smile when good we shouted, 17 a. m. 4 si p. ni, Owruorn. ....... .... in adcllrium of joy, and a fow minbell before a bevy of girls, at a sign tion in the temperature selected, so asylum. Of course, violent patients .. 9 o a, m. 6 as p. m I.elpon winter shelter for the live stock is utes later wo wore found. Despite A aro not allowed to dwell In tho cot..... 9JU a. tn. s JO p. in lUwMnille...... that tho question of the discretion of tages N recommended as a good substitute to our weakness wo mado good timo from the leader, crowded around, preof the people. There is an In... ..... Cloierport .... a. m. S 87 p. m ! the cook Is to a considerable extent 8teihfn.'H)f-.- . ..... .. IOM a. ni. e.lft p, m a season gottlng out of tho cave, and when senting an cmbarassing wealth of heavy winter feeding in stitution for this class of lunatics, eliminated and bottor results nre ob,.. 11 02 a.m. 7 04 p.m. choice. A flute or a whistle may be IrTiuxlon. such as that ahead, when all feeding wo reached daylight onco more wo tained than can possibly bo reached but the authorities of Gheol do not 11 llrandentmrg a. m. 7.31 p. m. invite such patients and, as a consestufl will be high. But within the found that wc had occupied tho substituted for the bell. Weal Point.... by the approximate temperatures 1M p.m. SOJp. m. quence, very few maniacs are found I 00 p. m. . r. LoUiTllle ..... The fencing figure is quite novel, it of surfaces heated by combustion. M p. m. past few years experiments have been cavo for fourdays aud three nights." either in tho town or asylums of Careful Estimates made on nil Car- was inticduced at a ball given by the Mr. Mndaway holds that in Industrial made at the stations and on private rtln No. Jl and No. 81 make connection a Childhood Sayings of an Empress. Marchioness of Deflerin.but has never work, wherever flames aro 'used Ghecl. trrlnnton (Sunday with trains on Louie. pentcrinu ami Building. farms which go to show beyond disTerms reaTho government has instituted a lllr, llarllnthurv a Weatern K. R rant and Tho Empress Frederick must have been attempted at any cotillon given to secure localized heat, electricity commission for this purposo. This pute that cows, horses, pigs, sheep, t hound. Tor further Information, addrete sonable. Hartford, Ky. can bo advisedly employed. Besides poultry, and in fact all live stock can beon a deliciously naughty child if in this country. It, however.can onU. r, MOIIDUB, Oen. P'r ag'l. commission also uses tho power of all the stories told of her juvenile ly be successfully carried out by those tho absence of unhealthy products of vetoing tho admission of tho in K Lrilmll. be kept on a much smaller amount of WHtHIUUliU 10 OYkiMDI.G days are truo. Everybody knows who understand fencing, an accom- combustion, It Is moro easily regufood In the winter if properly sheltersane Into tho commune of Gheel. CALL O.N tho "Goodnight, Brown" story, but plishment not so rare in these ath- lated than flame, tho mean temperaOtTINQUANTITV. fJMTINQUAl ed. The amount of food required to ture of tho shop is lowered, thof They do not desire Intractable hero are a few others not quito so letic days. matIncurablo or patients no resist the cold and attacks of inclem- familiar: work is more uniform, and the enter what their station in life. And, ent weather is quite large when exThe little powder puff, liberally tire system cleaner and more comWalking one day in Windsor ForF01 the finettaixd Moil .tr(ifii Work, posure is great, and this is all unless est with her daily governess, the sprinkled, is fixed at the end of the plete. For factory use, too, it is the having received a patient into the community, they use a vigilant surany site or ttylt. Frtdrritu bt. , icten waste. There are two ways of lookprincess, then threo years old, foil. This leaves its snowy mark on most desirable form of fuel. Launveillance over his or her movements ing at the question this winter. If showed a good deal of rather naughty the opponent's coat each time the suc- dries, clothing manufactories, hat whether it bo necessary to havo the f'..r? h. r..,7 WHITE'S CREM factories, silk and textile fabric' "Look," said tho govwe have animals that we wish to temper. cessful man pricks him, and when a lunatic confined in the asylum or mills, shirt factories, etc., are found-thold over in good condition, but are erness, "at that very nice little girl vital part is touched, the weapons are iri.,Aifrt.$75 present conditions under which1' allowed to board among the inhabtj4f wrr1iT, Tte over there. How good she is How dropped not especially anxious to fatten, the itants. ImM WLkWmk WfWlMitvUlM and the victor waltzes away electric heating is specially serviceFOR SO YEARS (IIj) tot ItvmUj U sUM. quiet!" "Idarosay she may be," Because of this commission, which WVtaV, M4 4l9 Has lod all WORM Remedies. feeding rations can be reduced proviUall VMUlag U awttaftk, T retorted the little princess, "but with his prize. Half a dozen couples able. EVERY lOTTLE lUIMMTEEI. p JM U4 fealt, Ut MM! ded good shelter is gien. If a dis- then, I also see she has no daily may try this at a time, if the foils arc An illustration of tho extension of consists of tho most famous doctors . lUwaM. IW rot. KftftaV 1 COLS BT AI.I. BBVeaaMTfa. In lunacy in northwestern Europe, laataiaaa aSKv rvX a4 tUwfftl vitM. tinct gain is demanded, the same electric heating in hitherto "Shall we meet everyone plentiful. t IfttwIaMMttM .UftelMr .taXkiMf .. tons. BtntllDMI nolens CO., , tlaajmma fielc's is given in the re- - ' violence, undue excitement, nnd all amount of feeding material can be wo know in Heaven?" she asked an4atutnaVawaQntnrr, In the pyramid figure ten ladies . W. r. HARJU W A CO., CWt I. II, CU.mf).M, testimony of the engineer of a kinds of improprieties among tho given, and this, with better shelter, other time. "Oh, yes, my dear," stand in the center of a room; four in cent whalcback. lie sayv "Our electric patients arc well guarded against, was tho reply. "Surely," thoughtwill fatten the animals so well that first line, three in next, then two, cooking apparatus has consequence, the little turned out and, as a - lives on in fully remarked the child, "not Dr. even will gain fair profit. its lazy existcommunit3then one. There should ben space of most economical nnd convenient. Most of the complaint of the high A." Dr. A., it should be told, was tsto feet between them. ence in pe&co. In and out Small as it is, wo have found no diffprices of fodder this winter, and the an extremely plain old man. When of this twines a Hue of a dozen men iculty whatever in cooking four meals ' tho prince of Wales was born tho Europe's Indebtedness. ' necessity of sacrificing stock this fall, good news was conveyed to men. her small hand in hand. When the leader claps a day for a crew of seventy-fiv- e Tho statistics relative to the excomes from sections where practicalhighness. "Are you not pleased his hands, eacli seizes the lady of his Owing to the construction of the ly no porvisions is made for winter with your little brother?" it wa3 choice and dances with her. whalcback, we had formerly to uso a penditure of the chief European councoal range, but tho loss by radiation tries upon their nrmlcs aud uaviea shelter. The animals are supposed asked some timo later. "Oh, noi" 5S1.25 The door figure is one which re- was so great .13 to make the kitchen becomo more significant when It Is U cat aw ta to winter themselves in the open was tho reply. "I would so much I TUB . nawasa(rATer itua- Xfmux aT Ktaaat quires some previous arrangements, entirely too hot for all purposes. remembered that the money thus ttalaehave had a pony!" rather fields, wood or under old dilapidated J-.1 wr Buuaneuav aaaaaav athough not an elaborate amount. , With the electric appai-atuspent Is borrowed money. Of all the wo exsheds. Under such conditions they European governments, that of EngLight door, ways made of laths of perienced no inconvenience of this Strong Shafts for Steamships. naturally must have plenty of good land is tho only one which, so to wood nailed together in shape like sort, and at tho same timo had all food to hold their own. These anispeak, is paying its way. The reo From a recently-publishe- d the framework of a door, are covered tho necessary heat for cooking." mals never gain anything in the winmainder arc living on loans. As a of tho strength of tho proposed with tissue paper, each door having a Pittsburgh Dispatch. consequence they are all augmentter. They pull through in poor sort wiro shafts for steamships, it apdifferent color in order to make the --TO SEE THE- Treasures In Manuscripts. ing their national debts. Between of a way, and fatten up for the mar- pears that in this important respect scene as gay as possible. These are 1870 and 1887 the nntlonal debt of the most satisfactory result is realn the succulent grass proided ket Interest at Sotheby's centered in placed at intervals down the middle Franco was increased by 12,000,000 tho by nature. If one can not house his ized. When made in fivo sections, of for the room and held in position by mostmanuscripts offeredtho sale. The francs, that of Russia by 11,000,000, with a total length of 100 feet and was Important complete f$4 live stock better than that this winter The dancers original autograph of Scott's "Life that of Italy by 3,132,000,000, that 15 inches diameter, tho shaft will two of the company. he is doing well to sell of all that lie of Austria-Hungar- y 1,019,000,-00by havo 25,000 No. 7 steel wires, each then waltz down the room, rushing of Napoleon Bonaparte, Emperor of can not shelter in some inclosed 15 feet long, with 50,000 that of Germany by something fastenings; through each of the delicate obstacles the French, with a Preliminary View building, like the same sum, that of Spain by and as each wlro and each fastening in turn. of tho French Revolution " This Wintering live stock is rapidly be- will sustain a load of 500 pounds 1,300,000,000, and so on. Even the lot, tho property of Hon. The most effective of striking figure coming a scientific question. At first without rupture or injury, there is Mrs. Slaxwell Coott, the present smallest states are heavy borrowthecon-cludin- g it was only a sentimental one. Peo- thus exhibited a total inherent should always be reserved for owner of Abbottsforil, fetched 207 ers, Belgium having added almost one. The snowball figure is 18s. A scric3 of sixty-fou- r ple pitied the poor brutes, and har- strength of some 37,500,000 pounds, letters ns much to her obligations as Spain, while the Roumanian debt 1ms been times for obvious reasons, it must come at of Robert Southey to William Tayrowing descriptions were given of or an amount twenty-fiv- o greater than tho continuous force of the end of the evening. sold for 27. In one of theso augmented to tho extent of 701,000,-00lor what they suflered. When dollars that of Scrvla to tho extent of an engino of 5,000-horspower, A number of balls filled with tiny epistles tho writer, comparing tho and cents weigh on one side of the which is indeed a significant showing. poem of "Madoc" to Scott's "Lay of 244,000,000, nnd that of Greece to fragments of white paper and covered scales sentiment on the other side is tho extent of 270,000,000. St. James with tissue paper are thrown at a giv- the Last Minstrel," declared: "But Gazette. light, but PENN'S HOUSE. it is no sentiment. my acorn will continue to grow when It is a question of profit and loss. The Queer Little Building Still Stands en signal into the air and fall in a his turkey bean shall have withered." Electricity from the Stars. shower of snow, through which at the The The coming winter will probably In Pennsylvania. entire manuscript of Wilkio Prof. Mlnchln ha3 been developing magic word "cotillon" all dance. thin out many houseless flocks and Within sight of tho famous old Collins' "No Nnmo" realized 12 electricity from the light of tho For the auction figure sit rosette do more toward making owners more Chester mills in Upland township, guineas. Tho manuscript of Anthony Trollope'a "The Way Wo stars, and although the practical careful in the future in adding and facing the mill race, thcro stands with numbers are given to the ladies and has stood for more than The auctioneer requires six bonbon-niere- s, Live Now," 11; n first and fourth value of the achievement is quesbarn and stable room as they increase tionable, there can be no doubt that two hundred years, tho quaintest, numbered and filled with editions "t "English Bards and their herds, queerest little building in all Penn-- ' sweets, and a gavel. Six ladies Scotch Roviewers," with twenty it appeals strongly to tho imagina- C. There is a great deal written about Bylvania, says tho Philadelphia-Item- . choose twelve gentlemen and the eight autograph letters from tion and affords an opportunity for hew the stock should be sheltered, It is a building that links auction begins. The bonbonuieres Brougham, Byron, Cowper, Co- journalistic speculation which Jules Verno might be expected to tuko adbut after all, it is only one of common tho past with tho present and leridge, Scott, Southoy nnd others, sense. One can shelter his stock about which cluster memories and! are sold one after another to the 27. Another historical relic wa a vantage of. Prof. Alinchln Is tho He will save you MONEY by Buying from HIM. Will Inventor of several forms of photoproperly without consulting any legends of men nnd women whoso highest bidder, no gentleman being box of books from Napoleon's lisell you a Buggy, Harness, Lap Duster and Whip from $60.00 authority or even a neighbor. He names are indlssolubly connected allowed to buy more than one. Af- brary at St. Heleun. This was sent electric battery, which aro excited a- ter the sale the bonbonnieres are pre- homo and given by Jerome Bona- when a ray of light falls on them. knows that he wants n tight building, with tho history of the state. up to $75.00. The Davis Carriage Company has the reputa- - . Ono of theso cells, consisting of a Tbore William Penn, tho Cellars, sented to the ladies whose numbers parte to Baron Stolting. Tho baron one facing on the sunny side, and so solcnium and aluminum plates In tion of building tho best Buggy for the money of any Factory Whorleys, Quarcs, TWnsends, Dick-leycorrespond. The men who have been bequeathed them to his wife, who ocanthanol, was provided with doors and jards that attached to the Puseys and a dozen other unable to secure boxei of sweets have left them to her adopted daughter, in Cincinnati. the animals can have free access to kindred o Fraulein Malvlne Fisher, of Arelscn, eyepiece of on astronomical spirits would gather to dls- - to figure with a dance. in tho Wcstmcath observaope n air on pleasent days. He knows cuss the affairs of tho Waldeck, by whose instructions they early settlers' also that clean, sweet, wellcmilated and frame laws for tho government," The rhyming figure is extremely un- were offered for sale. Tho books and tory, and connected by wires to a stables and bams are healthy, and of themselves and Quaker brethren. popular with a man who has no poe- an autograph letter of Jcromo Bona-part- o quadrant electrometer. Tho light From local traditions it is learned that the animals are better off for try in his soul. A lady invites a relating to them fetched 50. from tho planet Venus was concentrated by tho telescope on tho sensitho place was built by Caleb gentleman to dance. If he cannot London Telegraph. them. What more need be added. that tive pluto of tho cell, which was The only advice thatis universal is: Puscy in 1083, just about a year respond in rhyme on the instant she three squaro millimeters In area, Netting Crows. Co nsult your common sense, and go after tho establishment of tho passes to another and so on until and tho amount of clcctro-motiv- o Chester mills, of which Pusey was some embryo poet is discovered. This ahead and act. John 0. Glenn and Benjamin Glenn force excited In thocell, as measured From the Philadeltho manager, and tho site was phia Inquirer. by the electrometer, was .17 volt. or orther-tvis- e recently netted fifteen hundred chosen as much for convenience as figure is the opportunity FOR LITTLE MONEY. Ol the world for a Trifle. for the "mute, inglorious crows, two hundred and forty in 0110 Tho experiment is, at all events, for its natural beauties, though the LOST IN A CAVE. Miltons," with which the world is day, on the meadows adjoining tho cxtrgmMy interesting. latter wero by no means lacking. houso of correction, along tho DelaAlbino Bats. The house was originally one and generally supposed to be well sup- ware river, near Holmesburg. Four Days and Three Nights Under This a half stories in height, and had only plied. Lookout Mountain. is considered ono of tho best places you wish to know tho most "If "Tho sonsations of a man lost in a two rooms, one on the ground floor, in that section for catching crows. curious thing I saw during my vacaThe mariner's compass is a charmsaid John the second being the attic or loft, ing figure, somewhat similar to the They nre caught in a notnbout twencavo aro Indescribable," tion, it was a colony of whito bats," entrance to tho lattor being by reportA. Leo to a A twenty-pag- e journal, is the leading Republican family paper of the ever popular May pole. To a high ty feet long and twelve feet In width. said an Arch street artist, just reer at Washington. "I was onco in means of a crudely made ladder. It is a NATIONAL FAMILY PAPER, and gives all the pole is attached the dial of a large It Is placed between strong hickory turned with others from a skotchlng United States The windows on the ground floor a cavo under Lookout mountain for spring poles, set one hundred feet tour along tho ospes of the Dela- Keneral news of the United States. It gives tho events of foreign lands in compass made of painted cardboard, four days and threo nights, and it were primitive in stylo with apart and bent backward, so that ware "One day wo found In tho a nutshell. Its Agricultural department Ins no superior in the country. Its diamond panes, while to which is tied eight or thirty-tw- o was an experience that can never bo the net lies flat on tho ground somo wqods a deserted old hut with a forgotten. Fivo of us started in to those In tho attic wero moro like long variegated nbborto, on each of distance from tho bait. Chunks of huge chimney, which wo wero told Market Reports are'recognized authority. Separate departments for The Home which is inscribed one of the pointsof meat arc laid at a point tho net will had been an Illicit whisky still, and Family Circle, Our Young Folks, and Science and Mechanics. explore tho cavo, which at its en- doors than windows. 1 Tho roof was tho old "Dutch," the compass. This caird is soon sur- cover when sprung. When the, huntrance looks liko llttio moro than a Its wo mado it our headquarters and and Society columns cotum in the admiration ol wives and daughters. general political news, editorials and discussions nre comprehensive, btill-tahuge hole in the ground. Wc thought and was of tiles and shingles, while rounded by cavaliers, wearing as gry crows congregate on tho bait to slept thero one night. that in its innermost recesses wo the houso itself was of brick brought a badge a mineature compass, held feed, tho net is sprung by the trapand exhaustive. A special contract enables us to offer this splendid "Judge of our surprlso when, at would probably find tho capacious over from England for that express with a colored rosette; behind this per from a blind, three hundred foot twilight, wo saw numbers of white journal aud THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN for rooms with glistening stalactites purposo, nnd tho walls aro of tin- ring a second one is formed by the distant, by means 01 a line which objects fluttering in tho air over our common to the caves throughout usual thickness. reaches from tho trigger to his bowONE-YFA- R heads and identified them, from and for the past twenty- - women- - wll catfh hold of a ribbon, er. Thoy aro sold for twenty-fiv- e that section. Wo took lanterns for their manner of flight, as bats. We light and chalk with which to mark two years It has been occupied by at the end of which is attached some cents a pair. Forest und Stream. traced them to their homo in the the walls as we, wont, in order to bo John Jordan, a colored coachman, pretty trifle as a gift. They then -dilapidated chimney. Whether thoy - it, -- . . , certain that wo could rotraco our and his family, and many a party of turn around, but in an opposite diwcro natural albinos or artificially afoltee Snkaelbera. Tho visitors havo they shown over the, rection to the men, until suddenly, The regular subscription for the two papers is $i as Subsc iption may 'steps without difficulty. bleached by tho fumes of the still The date on the label indicates the to building, tolling the legends and at a word from the leader, the double cavo was a disSfjpointmont ' ' begin at any time. Address all orders to time to which your subscription ia was a question that puzsled us con""over huge quaint lore of people long since dead circle cllmboa Wo us. siderably, but tbey were bats of when-thdiis broken, players paid. This serveajboth as a receipt aud rocks, squeezed through narrow and forgotten. that we were all certain. One of vide in couples, every, one showing a an expiration notice every week. Ex passage and found eeveral aprings our party thought thoy were covi different shade; then Jollows the amine the date printed after your from which little streams flowed ered with chimney limo or ashes, If 1 a waltz. H.. y name on the margin of this paper, but tbey were too intensely whito through tbo cavern, but no handitV P-- ,'$! Write your name and address on af postalcard, send it to ' Geo. Whitest, V some rooms or overhanging stalac .1 A word about favors. Sachet bags, and aee if it is correct, If not correct, s. for that. "Philadelphia Record. tro- i,:pti., ti .Room af Tribune Building, New York Cityand sample copy of TH$ tites. So far as we could judge we bonbonerles, 'powder puflfs.fans, whips please to let ua know, It your time ' Or. Prldfat PiSKZfW CrwM laaWaag-l'twrtte- r elSOWHCre, bad advanced abou$ fiveolle when , 'aJ T PIMW YWti WAlyV lXVyUit WW OfJBWlCU M?yv and tobacco, poaches in different hM expired,. pleaae renew, at oace' J 1 1' World's Pair HfehAl; r , Pe-ru-k g ly Any one or more of the following described books will be sent free by Drug Manufacturing The Company of Columb us, Ohio, to any man or woman of family in the United States, Canada and Mexico dur- ing December and January. Orders should be sent in early as the issue may be exhausted. Fourth Edi1. The Ills of Life tion A short, plain description of all diseases, and the treatment for each. A complete home guide to health. a. Family Physician For 2 Second Edition. The best popular book on the prevention and treatment of catarrh and other diseases of cold weather in print. Almanac. This 3 The Almanac contains.bcsidesthe regular monthly calendar, a Jewish calendar; information of particular value to farmers, machanics, and business men; tables, statistics, eclipses, and much valuable medical information. A copy of this Almanac should be in every family in the United States. It is one of the most complete Almanacs ever publshed. Address The a Drug Manufacturing Company, Columbus, Ohio. a wo concluded to explore one more FIGURES FOR THE COTILLON. pnssntfo and return. Suddenly our lights wont out, evidently on account of soino noxious gas, and wo wcro in total darkness. Wc climbed Novel and Charming Effoots back out of tho place where tho disObtained by Good aster had occurred in order to reLoaders, light our lanterns, when to our horwo discovered that thcro was not ror Called a match to bo had. There were sev- The Vary Newest Flgnre the Taper Dunce and Reeral passageways, nnd not a chauco quire Home Nlilll. in n thousand of our ever finding tho sondes, besides rlhbous strung with silver bells, and such dainty trifles ns arc procured without too great an HOME OF THE LUNATIC How tho Little Flomlah Town of Oheol Treats It Insane. A Unique 1S'kVVajr Long shepherds crooks of pure silver, hand screens of lace and ivory, beautiful fans of long ostrich plumes with handles of mother-of-pear- l, cut glass vases nre also very 's charming as gifts, but as Mrs. maid wonld say, "very expensive." Toledo niadc. Car-lyle- In naat or tlie, "Ire Thonaead Inhabitant Are Mentally Deranged The SarveUlanee Commission of Doctor. Clty-Naarlr There are cities and towns built upon tho water, or, rathor, raised above tho water, llko Venice, Stockholm and the "pile villages" of tho Orinoco and Venezuelan coast, but, according to the Pittsburgh Dispatch, tho most curious town on the earth's surface is Oncol, in Flanders. This town is not strange because of its peculiar architecture or location. Flomlsh town, It is a thorough-goinconsisting of a straggling group of houses nnd a lazy, . Poor Health o v- ijjiuwns bo-cau- y. iron Bitters I pri-vidi- 1 !!. If t.itffC l 1 M j i ...- hen-fx- rt t- '; J. L. Carson & Sod, ,. 2- v & WORMS C.Theo.Cain, ta o 1 VERMIFUGE! liaatwM gov-crness- l" a W Subscribe for Tiip Republican and the and Home aild Farm Louisville Weekly for The Republican Commercial a. ono both s veai ,;,. ja both one year for $1.25 in advance, esti-mot- Com to Hartford 0, 0, o to-da- SPRING OPENING' OF to-da- L. 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