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OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE FARTV The Republic and Courier-Jounu- u both one year for on- IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. TERVS-J- I.25 Fer Annnm, HARTFORD, KY., FRDIAY, APRIL 28, 1893. Noi.itu.it. ly $1.75. Tho Republican In Lima, and the Cosmopolitan, a leading magaNO. 39. zine, for only $3.00. PROFESSIONAL CARD. : h3 Washington, "said Secretary Circshatn, Their bent is in that direction; nnd his lips and covered with kisses. any one else would satisfy as well as Seeing this tribute of affection he, and he will be continually trying "is the demoralizing affect the life j yet you can sec the, spires of the (".HAND AUMV C.A.HTTi:. to please, rather than going to the here has upon the young men. It church away off in the other. The Louise ran away. nppears to make dudes and prigs of churches are the freest houses on 'tooth set in a med- club and letting her cry her eyes out Jacques had the No brave licro of the nncicnt time, them." Then Mr. Grcsham spoke of earth, and the best. They have no allion and carried it around his neck over his little peccadilloes." No vnlinul knibt of jjlory, We listened, and thought we would his son and told how, soincycars ogo, secrets, and their doors arc wide open, ns n souvenir. h rnilljr r.mu'tl liyinn cim (if illlur cx III any part til Ihcciiuiilryi win, l Mllllnc li nrk Imlui. In .sun or .storm of distant clinic, he had sent the young man from In- and you say what you please, and eviriiiiMlr at lliu ciiiplotintni uhlili r (uriilili, From that day the little Countess tell our women friends the secret. We Hcnncd greater lined ol glory ine Ithtir l light iiml plenum!, nnd nil run no The erything done or said there is for became very sad. Only upon rate don't say it is the way, but just the lit you mil iiiiiiiiiclr,au that Tlinn lie, unknown to birth or f.itnc, dianapolis to work ou a farm. rlk wlialercr. run give tlio limine., n trlnl ullliiuil expem yoit ohl farmer who took him was to pay peace; nobody quarrels or fights. You occasions was her face lighted up by same, we tell it for all the value that Whohc sole reward is but n name loourrlf, l"or llion ttlllliigtiiiln u lltilework, The private .soldier. llili U I lie gnuiilint mlcr muiIi, Von mil Moils the boy 50c a day, and the Judge can't say that much o any political a smile Site kept aloof from society there is in it, nnd you can do ns all alldaj, or In Ilni hi nlii)! null. If on nrr Mn. ploxil, mnl luii i'it feir apart' hour lit Jour None bolder faced the cannon's toar agreed if Otto was not worth as much meeting, or any secret society or ns much as possible, but when she women do, just ns they feel inclined, ul, utllli' tlinin, hihI mill In jnur Income, oar ImdiirM will not liiliriin ut nil. When bolts of hell flew thick .tndfast, as this to make up the difference him grand jury. I never heard of a young was forced by her social duties to ap- after all the advice that is given them. nuwlll ho miiiul nil I he at irl ul tin' rnpldlty anil en if Hut Otto had good stuff in man being made worse by going to pear among her friends they saw her lij which )ou mn ut ilollnr n mi ilo tr.tliy In and As through the tanks the tlc.it h idiot self. nrucu ioiik, ilAvnut. tore, I,en lirglunrr mi mi l ftolu Ilio him and worked so well in the har- church. There is a sad song that keeping apart from the others or sitrun the lniliip none tint hour. Any lino April 22. Sunday School at Taul's And won the bloody crest nt last, fail. You (liotiM try nothing flu- - until ou cr says: "Where is my wandering boy ting in a corner with a serious air, Schoolhouse every Sunday at 2 p. m. (or yoiirwlf what jou inn ilo nt Hie Ihi.Iiimi Than be whoscdeedsnosongs proclaim vest and hayfield that the farmer M.h tie tuft r. No cniillii! rl.ktd. Women are Whose bugle-blaraised his wages to 75c n that a poor mother was her mouth closed like a prison door. is but n n.inie Mrs. Annie Barrett, of Wisconsin; grind workers; iionniliyi tiny male i much n nun. Ilirr ilinnl I In- llili IiimIiicu, ni It In la The private soldier. Well, if I was to step in tiny. Thus the youngster worked on singing. Mrs. Susan Bates, of Tar Fork, are "Poor Countess!" said some wi nilnptnl In tin in. Writ.' lit nun mul t e lor jour.tlf. Addrvi II. II. II. I, CI I' Ar CO., ones; "how altered she is! visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. U. B. Taul. None braver tended the couch of death one summer, coming home occasion- ntid say: "He's nt church, madam," llux MHO, I'ut lliiinl, Ala. When pcstilenccstrode o'er the land, ally to see his mother and have her wouldn't she be happy? Parents arc Every day she looks olderl" Mrs. C. K. and Mr. W. H. Patterson And watched tlictfaspintf.dyinjj breath: path 'his clothes. not afraid of the church. They may And Jacques let his love diminish spent Monday in Cloverport. Strong ol net veaiidKentleof hand For two or thtec years Otto Gres-liat- u not belong to it, but I never saw one little by little. He seemed to begin Miss Sallie, daughter of Hon. Perry Than he who fights his home to save, was Mr. Hendrick's private sec- who tried to keep his child away. to understand that what he loved in Perkins, has bought of Mrs. Whose civic crown is but a name James retary, anil was intrusted with all of Did you? The private soldier. her especially her smile, her playful- Harris second-hanorgan. &O.0tew Hut. about our heat tsn scroll istwined: that great Democrat's political secrets. Aflyness, her gayety and he also beeime Mr. Robert Bickey is grunting with For III llriir HnUc sad. A heritage that our love shall prie; He never told even his father one of his head and back this week. ?2.db nXCItANGK.J Ifnr greater than kings or heroes find, them. Hcforc he died Mr. Hendricks One day he went in despair to the Miss Mina Taul will teach the sumNear the Pare Monccau is .1 pretty -- (mBxv ":, f.m Moies IIecati.su inscribed his sacrifice; said to Judge Grcsham: "Your son mer school at Hardin's Schoolhouse, sv little house that seems to hide in a Countess. And there he lives, enshrined in fame knows every political secret I have in "Louise" he said, throwing him- District No. 27. J2.00 Where talisman is but a simple name the world. They are safer with him bush of clematis the home of n lovely ' Jt:?. i .nnunrs1 self at her feet, "do you love me still?" Hon. Perkins has declined to think The private soldier. twenty-tw- o widow of the Countess than they are withmc."Otto is now a "I have sworn to love you always," the Third has gone under. of Viry. She has as a pet and conA WARE'AREOWPOWSRS. rising lawyer in Chicago, earning his stant companion n delicate Mr. W. C. Taul will go to Louis-vill- e little she answered. ten thousand dollars a year, and is "Will you prove to me the sinceto the great National Republican all white and wooly, to which poodle, too busy to spend even a day in WashIC Wnais'l n Nrrlot.ui m .ho lliir, bill Convention from Taultown May 10th. was given as its soul nourishment a rity of your word?" tins hint Iliini.Kti lur ington. "I ask nothing else." Morb Anon. lump of sugar in the morning and a nil Tlint. Secretary Morton has as fine a lot "Well, then, if you love me, have sweet biscuit at night. His name Mending1 Thins, by Mnll. of boys as any father in the world. was Nito. the dentist put in a new tooth." In "Americans Abroad," S'aidon'!. A funny postmaster recently sent to One of thcni, Paul, found a job in "What folly is this?" said Louise, the Postofftce Department buoyant comedy, which was given bj It was 4 o'clock. Louise was in a new set of a railway office at Burlington, la. the Lyceum Comjiany for the first her garden, flitting among the rose- weeping, "I was right when I said postoffice rules. They were: His pay was thirty dollcrs per month noTUtp. time in Chicago at the Columbia recentbushes like a butterfly, and stopping that you would not love me any more. A pair of onions will go for two anil he paid iort dollars per month thai woild for the prior?. ly, every opportunity to wtarany and from time to time to breathe the per That is just like you men. And you scents. nstt Call Shoo la W.L. Douglas hoe3Bro Bold ovary vibot. cveiy kind ol flower that gtows is lor his board. In three years, when fume of a newly-blow- n reproach us for being capricious!" flower. Everybody alioultl wear tnam. It L a doty Ink bottles must be corked when only a little n past his majority, he you cv7o youseielt to ret tna boat valae ioc given, says "Louise, I beg of you to forgive Nito playfully pursued his mistress the Chicago Times. The ycur uonay. Eoonomtxo In your footwear by sent by mail. was made general freight agent of the pcrobaelnj V. L. Douglas Shoos.whiofa with barks of pleasure, at times seiz- me. I curse my jealously my footapreaent tba beat vsluo at too prloaa ad Saturday evening previous to Ivistcr great C. H. & Q. system. It is unsafe to mail apple ' or fruit YaiUaed above., nt can teelUy, Sunday some thoughtful frietnh of ing with his teeth the ruffle of her lishness." "I was glad of this," said secretary blue muslin dress, and, propping "Tiikn No NMbntltuto. "So you really are regretting the trees with the fruit on them. Mr. Kelcey just Miss Cay van and He ware of frn uil. Xnne rrnulne without TV. 1 Morton, "but when I heard that his poiitclm uamo mul pilco .uuipcil ou bottom. Look Alligators over ten feet in length loaded down the walls ol their himself upon his paws, pulled at it weakness with which I acceded to for it TChou you Luj. salary had been raised to three thousyour caprice?" are not allowed to be transmitted by ff, 1.. DoubIu., IlroclOmi, Itlnaa. RoMby with all his strength. dressing rooms with patty and do! Iras a year. I went at once to "Iain desolate and full of remorse." mail. In the midst of their play M. Jacblossoms of almost every kind. It L. K. WcKUNi:i H .,,r,l, K the President of the road. "You have "You recognize the cruelty of your ques dc Hcauchamp appeared. The As all postmasters are expert linseemed to have hi.cn the patticul.tr promoted Paul, ' I said. 'Yes.' 'And unreasonable request?" design ol the contributors to have no guists the addresses may be written little widow, perceiving him, hid made his salary three thousand dol"I will reproach myself for it all in Chinese or Choctaw. herself behind a shrub. But Jacques two flowers alike. There was every BDYTHE"5K, thing there from pansics to poppies, lars.' 'Yes, but he is doing so well ran to her and kissed her on the fore- my life." Persons are compelled to lick their we might make it a little more if you "Would you be happy if I had dishead. from carnations to to camclli.is Now own postage stamps and envelopes; think that is not enough.' Don't make "Alt, M. de Beauchamp," she cried obeyed you?" there is probably no actorou thestage the postmaster cannot be compelled it any more. Make it less,' I said; "I would give anything for that." to do this. who is more comment tliat lie lias a "that is nice of you." make it fifteen hundred. 'What!' The little Countess gave a burst of Lousie was of medium height. She more thorough knowledge of the I Persons are earnestly requested not exclaimed President Perkins in sur- had very ol flowers than Herbert Kelcey small hands and feet, white laughter, which showed her teeth to send postal cards with money orprise. 'Yes, I mean what I say. Three' complete. He prides himsell ou it, and at times shoulders and thick black hair. Her for a boy to "What means this," asked M. de ders enclosed, as large sums are lost flirty gloats in his superioritv over thousand is too much in that way. have all to himself, in a wicked city teeth were so white that when she Beaucamp. the bti.moeof hututnkitid til this relike Chicago,' and he compromised laughed they glistered like pearls. John Smith gets his mail from 674, The Countess opened the mouth of spect Miss Cayvan, loo. has much How well she carried her widowhood! on two thousand a year. 279 postoffices; hence a letter directed her dog Nito, saying: "Here is the knowledge of the language ol flowers, Louise leaned upon the arm of M. to John Smith, United States, will Paul Mo. .on is now manager ol victim?" aud in n mischievous moment the de Beauchamp, and they went into reach him. evening' in question it occurred to her one of the largest coal companies in the drawing room, followed by Nito, Icnfnea Cnnnot be Cared the west and is amassing a fortune, Ducks cannot be sent through the to wear vatious changes of blossoms by local applications, as they cannot which is better for the sons of great who threw some jealous glances at mail when alive. The quacking would and through the play carry ou a conreach the diseased portions of the having them driving swell him who was to be the future husW050W0RK, iasicst versation ol sentiment through the men than band of his mistress. Of course, the ear. There is only one way to cure disturb the slumbers of the clerks on dudes in the display of numerous blossoms, and carts along with other poor little animal could not have Deafness, and that is by constitution- the postal cars. much streets ol the Capital. It is earnestly requested that lovers thereby test Heibert Kelccy's known that. It must have been a al remedies. Deafncs is caused by an THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST. Ixiastcd knowledge ol flowers. inflamed condition of the mucous writing to their girls will please conjealous instinct. Oi:.TltAI. GROVK. 8(1.. N. Y. Sand TEH canta to 20 Union In the first scene Miss Cayvan wore April 22. Farmers are very much Louise and Jacques agreed so well lining of the Eustachian tube. When fine their gushing rhapsodies to the for our prlxe Rome, "Blind Luok," and vln a Now Homo Sewing Machine. a lovely ted rose, signifying "I love behind with their work. that they had planned to be married. this tube becomes inflamed you have inside of the envelope. Tho New Home Sowing Machine Co. you," and sure enough Kelcey apmust be forwarded Nevethcless each of them had a de a rumbling sound or imperfect hear There is a great deal of sickness in ORANQC, MAS8. ; peared on the stage wearing a combi. . .. SQUARE.HXS--this neighborhood. Mr. Henry Tay- fect. M. de Bcaucamp was jealous ing, ana wltenitis entirely closed at the risk of the sender. If it should 2B UWOM deafness is the result, and unless the blow up in the postmaster's hand he nation of flowers, which was-- 'rattier lor has typhoid fever; Mrs. Matthews, and the Countess was coquettish. " "' 1 -- . ILL. BO"i-S- S: " sudden nnd jarring on Miss Cayvan's who has been sick, is somewhat bethe said to her, "you will deafness can be taken out and this cannot be held responsible. "Louise" eUM.M" :iut'rORSW.EBY modesty, for all the company were ter; Mrs. McKernan is no better; a drive me to despair. You may say that tube restored to its normal condition, When watches are sent through the watching the proceedings with the little daughter of Mrs. Delia Pirtle is you love me, but how can I believe it hearing will be destroyed forever; mail, if the sender will put a notice flowers, nnd many ol them knew exsick at this writing; Mrs. Amos Mil- when I see you smiling at every ad- nine cases out often are caused by ca- on the outside, the postmaster will actly what the fragment wordings ler, who has been confined toiler room mirers. When I see you in society, so tarrh, which is nothing but on inflam- wind and keep in running order. meant. for several days from a fall she re- full of life and gaycty, and hear your ed condition of the mucous surfaces. When you send a money order in 9 1 We will give one hundred dollars In reply to Miss Cayvan's "I love ceived recently, is improving. ringing laughter from the midst of a a letter always write full and explicit you" Kelcey carried and presented circle of ardent admirers, it is impos- for any case of deafness, caused by directions in the same letter, so that Hulbert Ilean and family of Center-towher with a bouquet of blue e mvolulus were guests ol A. M. Miller sible for me to tell you the tortures catarrh, that cannot be cured by any person getting the letter can get Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cirand ivy mingled with a few whole Sunday. and anguish I endure." the money. culars, free. strows which, when translated, meant "What can I do, dear?" replied Kev. Joshua Miller preached at this When letters are received bearing "Let the bonds of marriage unite us " place last Sunday. Louise. "I am gay, it is true, but is F. J. CHEENEY & Co. Toledo. O. no direction the persons for whom Sold by all druggists', 75c. At her next opportunity she wore a Mr. K. P. Hocker, of Heaver Dam, that a crime? And why should I be they are intended will please signify indicating was in our midst this week. single apple blossom, coltl to those who approach me only the fact to the postmaster that they PLUM CIROVE. "Fame speaks you great and good." Mr. Mayworth Barnatd and wife, to say pleasant things?" April 17. As I have not seen any- may at once be forwarded. evidently got of No Creek, were the guests of Mrs. In reply to this Kelcey "You are n coquette, and your lCaRaTaTaTaTaVaTaTaTaTaTHmTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTI The placing of stamps upside down mixed up, for lie appeared wearing W. N. Pit tie last Saturday nnd Sun- laugh makes me despair, because if thing from this place for sometime, I thought I would write you a few on letters is prohibited. Several postthe blossom of n begonia, signifying day. you laugh thus against my wish it Loukna. lines. Oh, what beautiful scenery masters have recently been seriously "deformity," and Miss Cayvan, s aumust be only to show your teeth! You when all nature is dressed in her garb injured while trying to stand on their ger began to rise, as she believed tS &iri Coldi,CfhlSormmfcOrOBi.Inl!u.. Bit) nml know very well how adorable you are Lire. e of green, and flowers spring up i, vtoopinr Coiih. Bronehitit md A.ihm.. A heads to cancel stanfps placed in this conKelcey was tiring of his blossom DKTKOlf 1'KKK 1'RKSS. when in laughing with a fixed purand cfiuin curv lor vonfnmpiion l 'Wreii onc a tur. r.lltf In d?nt.d at.ri the plum trees putting out manner. versation, and wanted to make her long' ago in n Western pose you throw back your head and You will at. th. It happened lltnt efffct aftrr t.ki.r ttu. their tiny white blossoms, emitting a do... Bold br dral.ra CTtrywbtr.. Hun appear ridiculous belote the eyes of mining town. There wasn't a preach- show your pretty neck." UleatOecattaaif$l,Oa. SELECT. delicious odor. company. This she be- er in the place, and when an exceedthe entire "But wl&t must I do to prove my April 23. Mrs. Lucy Reid, of near Hoping that prohibition will carry came positively certain ol when Kel- ingly raw young man and woman delove for you? It is becoming desperFordsville, is visiting her relatives at Repubcey next appeared, for in the lapel ot sired to get married the services of the ate. Ask of me what you please, but in Hartford, and wishing the fight for this place this week. his coat citing a spr.gol ophrys, Police Judge were called in. He had do not ask me not to laugh any more. lican success in it's noble Mr. Alonzo James, who has been right, I am, Isoi,a. which signifies hatred Miss Cayvan's never had any experience in that I am only happy when I am d attending school at the Baize school-houseven temper could stand such resent- branch ot his authority, but with true and free to be so." is visiting his parents this Women Wnn.ii Men Like. ments no longer, since there has been Wfstcr.i enterprise he agreed to tackle I'lIILADKLPIIIA TIMES. M. de Reaucamp assumed a solemn week. a coldness perceptible by members of the job, nnd the culprits were brought nir. "You said to me one evening Said a woman the other day, "Do Messrs. Wade, Lawrence and Miss Mr. Krohiuaii's company between the before him. that you would make lor me the sac- you know the kind of women that Delia Baize went to Beaver Dam heroine and the gallant heio in Stand up," he said, as they seated rifices of your life I do not ask so men like?" As we were anxious to the 14th, returning the 15th. "America Abroad." themselves, and they stood up.' much as that, But listen. Do you learn what the particular charm was Bro. A. J. Snodgrass filled his regCUBES NOTHING BUT PILES, Miss Cayvan never spoke to Mr. "Come forward to the bar of jus- wish to make 111c the happiest man we said will you kindly tell us the ular appontment nt New Zion Church theie-tiearsgreat secret, and she said: "They are Saturday and Sunday. tice," he continued with a pompous ou earth?" A SURE and CERTAIN CURE Kelcey during the day or at except when obliged to, and effort, ami they came. known for IB years as the BEST not the ones that know it nil, neither "You have but to speak." Mr. J. J. Jarnagln is ill nt this wriREMEDY FOR PILES. for a time it looked as though the do they act ns though they expected ting. "Guilty or not guilty?" he asked, "liven at the price of pain?" fruwrd liy KICIURDSOX BtDICIXK CO., BT. Mni. most serious soi t of a quarrel was im- as they stood bclorc him holding all the attention in the world, in fact "Yes, nt any price." Rev. G. T. Doyle, Huntsville, Butminent. The true story of Miss Cay- hands. "Well, then, make me the sacrifice they nre just a wee bit indlffercnt.and ler county, was in town this week. van nnd Mr. Kelcey's coolness1 lias "Guilty, your honor," responded f one tooth." the more they can assume such a deRev. Thomas will preach at Baize-tow- n never been made public until now, the groom. American "What are you demanding of me? meanor the better they get along." Saturday night before the first for and it is the first on record, now "Is this your first offense?" As this pretty woman was a great Sunday in May. It is barbarous." where two intimate friends of long "It is. your honor, so help me." "Only a tooth; the smallest one in belle we thought that her advice was Rev. Morgan, of Rosine, will preach standing have turned to annoy each "Well, there's nothing to do but the front. And afterwards you may the kind to follow, so we said with at H. Harris' the first Sunday in other and wage a vicious warfare on impose a life sentence on both of you laugh as much you please." the most insinuating nir, "go on," as May at 11, a. 111. each other without a word having and assess the groom for the cost." Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph Wallace, Fords"But you will think I am ugly and the children do when fairy stories are Til tiaK Ji OAVBAT9. been spoken, and entirely through "How much, your honor?" asked will not love me any more." told and their little eyes positively ville, visited friends here last week. TRADE MARKS. the fragrant breath of pretty blossoms. tlje groom, going down into his DESIGN PATENTS, "Well anything, Jacques, for your stick out with wonderment nnd deMiss Emmer Miller opened a spring COPYRIGHTS, etc, The truth of the matter is tlint Miss pockets. light. dear sake." school at this place Tuesday. For Inf ormnUon nnfl f too Handbook writs to JSIU.N K IU., O.I 1IIIIIA1IH AT, HEW YOltir. Cayvan's knowledge of the language ' "Ten dollars." The Countess rang the bell. John "Well," she said, with such a pretMr. G. N. Worley left Wednesday Oldest bureau for accurlnit imtonts In America. Kvery li.iti'nt tukrn ont by n la brnunlit bofora of flowers was a little better than Mr. The groom handed it over. pudlto by a uottoo gtyou roe of obargo lu tba tbo her valet, took her orders, nnd came ty laugh and every dimple keeping, for Obeland, Ohio, where he contemAfter all, Kelcey meant Kelccy's. "Case is dismissed," announced bagk a quarter af an hour later with a time to each smile, a man does not plates attending school. Mr. Thomas Baize, Fordsville, paid all right, but he got blossoms mixed, the Judge, and the innocent young man carrying in his hand a leather care for n woman who acts as though Larrcat elreulattnn of any aclentlflo paper In the she liked him until after he has pro- his parents a visit last week. Now he wears a cypress in his but- things marched out of the room as case such as is used by dentist. No IntelHirana world., bpleiiillilly Ulustratoil, man sliouia bo without It, weekly, h3,00 a "Who is that person?" nsken M. de posed to her; then he can stand all the Quite an accident happened to V. J. yean tUOilx ranntha. Addrera JtflNfTA; CO. tonhole, emblematic of mourning. radicnt as a June morning when the FuouauLUD, atil ilroadway, Mow York tliy. petting nnd making much of that you Arbuckle's cattle while working the Miss Cayvan is evidently unrelenting. sunlight kisses the roses until they Beaucamp. The Countess answered: can imagine. But before you have road last Friday. The hands dug up In the vendetta of her resentment she blush again. really won him you must not make a tree that was in the rood and it fell "It is M. James, the dentist." continues to wear a spray of yellow BROWN'S IROS BITTERS PJa The little Countess entered her bou- too much of him. Husbands, too, do on the steers one of which will die, The conteinpt. satin, signifying Tmo tlreat HtKhuayi. Curca Imllgofllot;, Illllbuinaai, Dripepila, Mala.'. and the other was badly hurt. rta.Ncrvousneu, ami Gcnernl DrUllty. Phril-dan- a Bir.l, AlU' Itf ATI.ANTA CONSTITUTION. doir, followed by Nito, his tail be- not want too much fuss. Just sort of whole thing, however, is looked upMr. J. W. O'Bannon, of this place, recommcml It, AllUcnl'.rs rell it. Oenulna red llnca ou wrapper. tun traJo;narltauitcrotcil There are two great highways in tween his legs, as if he understood keep them guessing. They admire in attended Circut Court at Owensboro on as a pretty joke, and has been the subject of much interesting observa- this world. One of them leads to the that something serious was about to the wife the mystery that attracts this week. Mr. Buck Porter and family, Cromtion among the other members ol tho churches and the other to the .jails. happen. Louise returned soon s, Don't go to them in the fiancee. Mnn f Persons well, have moved to a farm near here. company. ashamed and humbled, and work and say every minute that he is Not that so many reach the prisons, .ire broken down fiom overwork or houaehold i an Miss Mary Awtry was the guest of caroi Brown's Iron Bitters but you can see the jail away off at gave to M. de Beaucamp a little tooth the dearest thing in the world, but Miss Laura James last Sunday. Young Men In Wnahlnlou. rrbullili the yttemi alda rllgaitlou, remoyea Hawk Kvn. "The one thing I do not like about the end of the avenue they are on. as white as milk, which he carried to rather give him the impression that of bile, aud cure intlarU. Ut toe gtnulae, ONE DOLLAR IVEBY HOUR ATTORNEY AT LAW, IIA11TF0HI), KENTUCKY. J. Edwin. Eowe 01.(11, Grlenn 6s "Wedding-HAKTFOKD, (Offlcf , Will JA. I. l.t. B. WCDD1XI. , i. KY. I in-ln- Olno ami ailjolnlnttcoiintlm, ami court of Appeal 8p;cinl attention Ki'cn to criminal practice an collcctloni. T2nily orer Anileraon'a IUtitar.) prnctlco tliflr profoanlon in all the court a ly st Tansies j&. Smith., HARTFORD, KY. Will (Iractlce Ma probation - evil-mind- Attorney at Law, In Ohio and adjoin, ingcountira, and tho court of Apptala. bpeeta attention given to collection. Office north aide public aquare. rtTly d E. D. OUFFV. G-yxff- B. D. RINGO. hfflm a. 3mitssa nraerTR tn&8&' Mb .175 ' 6s IRinsro, Attorneys at Law. Will practice In nil court of Ohio And a.lloinint countlea, and In Superior Court and Court of Appeal!. Collection, and all legal tmaineia attendee" to. Office, No. 3Z K. Market atIIartrord, Ky. 2br S3 SHOE Perry Westerfiold ATTORNEY AT LAW, w. L. DOUGLAS Attorney at Law, (OtBcft In Crowder HuilfJInir.1 t .11 el, Will nroroflnai Ma ah.I. J Ohio and adjoining counties. iu nil inatuuitlVI Also Notary ruuuu 'tnoin TuaJ IMC. Xj. IHCea-vxin- , Will practice Ills Ion In nil the Court el Ohio and adjoining countlea, nnd in the Court af Hartford, Ky. ro. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Iight Running Appeals. Special attention siren to collection. Offlee, over William, Bell Jt Co' drugstore. . gjrflj DENTIST. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Is prepared to do all kinds of Dental work at reasonable prices. Nitro-glyceri- -- 3MftIftV.f aMll J 1 fJX f J SkVfJ&hSKsMA&M rJPLEASflNT n, D THE IIEXT MOrtNINQ NEW ANO MY COMPLSX.-O- .ww.ciraia wizm"v tTlZt BRIGHT IS BtTTER. ANO LAHESHEBICmEIf AlldrncKlitaaellltatSOaandllJOapackaca. jbllr M.d.rlii. aj. J'l oed.rlc be healthy, mute. Ik. bm.rl.rai tlill.umMrT. .1td1m aWRUajritTlTT. SUTMQCIUTT. anJ kl.lney. andUapkiMntliMll... Tin. drink, I u Wfn& forujeMauiae fii0.ftPLv.,!J1. ua caiiM l.t & rr evey-wher- WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM FOR 20 YEARS Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. rrtaand TABLER'SDII BUGKEYEJjLE C light-hearte- e, VEM1E1LGE I SOLD EVERYWHKRE. ky tticiuapsoy. aipicm cu., it. ton. OINTMENT: T!?Q Quarterly toe Fister of at filafle Coplei, . $1.60 Beand Tolames, U.ool r.rTear, f UHHUV eaaaca i JSolentlfio B. WIHSHir. Jou.aU. ) kl(k1au nibllciUaa. "A w.f.1, llm.tr I aa Buck .truck lth I In tul.tr of .olid lolo.rn.Hon ton au. m11 compau," PRES, J. C. !i?.??Jon ,enM ,BI aCHUrUtAN. Cuatfl UnWwllly. Ilkut, . . For ut. by ItaJlar BwAulUn aad OmI Ikrourkout lh WotM, who will also recti. Km tuUcripttou. r will b. nulled direct to any plc. la lh Foittl l.loa oa f th pfk. for tlnel. copies and boucul vuluaae receipt FMelfa SuUeilplloni. f i ,5. AJdim . r "ST "if"'"V"!.' t"n "I"1' mW ftr Current History, u, a, a.' otrnoiT, mcH., Harris Theater, LOUISVILLE, KY. Mrs. P. Harris, R. L. Britton and T. F. Dean, M'g'rs aud .Props. Tho only luodernly built Theater in the city. The only Theater playing firet-claattractions at popular prices. Situated on West side of 4th ave.j between Walnut aud Green. Prices 50c, 25c, 1 Go aud 10c. I'.e Rrown'a Iran Bitten. rhilclnm TvcommenJ. It It. 11.01 per botlla. jfrfcitfific amcriaw ater-ward- roil DYHl'KrSIA ei-ee- Alt dealtra atsalM . . , a V!' i. . 1 " t.Vc ' ' tT M b . ' ; lfartford Republican PUBLISHED EVr.HY 1'IUDAY MORNING. Editor and WASHINGTON. JO. B. KOflEM, Tbe Flnnnrlitl Nllnntlon nl the Cnpltnl Clly Clevelnnd will Make ' ChntiRen In the Policies ol the (Jorrrii- froprltlor. ment. - honest? Senator Sherman, than whom there That C. B. Morchead wants to be is no higher authority upon quesan editor? tions relating to National finances, Lexington is overrun with burg That Lee Mills used to use the lore who are continually committing says he regards the present situation paint brush? as being too grave and the questions depredations. involved too weighty to warrant careThat Col. J. S. R. Wedding is n HtltUDO. great rifle shot? A monument to the great Ameri- less discussion, and lie thinks it can naturalist, Audubon, was unveil would be indelicate in him to cither NoiiK'thliiK New. fying to tho writer's friendship nnd That the proposed gymnasium has To show our patrons and friends how forSwnu. NnturnllySwnn criticise the administration br to offer ed Wednesday. gone glimmering? was appointed postmrrtor. Ho did exmuch we appreciate their trading any suggestions or advice as to what That C. R. Martin now lugs in his cellently so fur as taking in cash for The Kansas City ministers aro ought to be done. The Senator also with us we will give you for one sign every night? stamps nnd money orders went, but thinking of playing a game of base said: "I do not know Mr. Carlisle's week only with every $to Suit, equal ho failed to mnko report of tho fisThat P.L.Berkshiresaysan optimist to any $15, a pair of cottonadc pants ball May 8tb. intentions; have no means of knowcal oiwrutloiw of his office. In duo is one who doctors the eyes? at Kahn's Trade Palace. ing them. The Democracy is in con time 1111 inspector was sent to viuit A St. Louis Court has decided that trol, and must be left to deal with That J. H. Williams is the chamhim. Ntriiyril. pion high kicker of Hartford? Henry Gocbel is the inventor of the these matters in its own way." Tho inspector reached Gallup nt Two iron gray marcs were taken up .'i n. 111. 0110 raw nnd rainy morning. incandescent lamp instead of Thomas Whether it be true or not, ns reported That Perry Casebier is the crack by me ns strays on Wednesday, Apr. Tho only vlsiblo light caino from n A. Edison, ns is commonly under- early this week, that there is a serijoker of the North end of town? 12, at my farm near Beda. The owner small fnimo building near tbo dopot, stood. ous difference of opinion between Mr. That Fanner Holbrook is not at all can get them by calling and paying for to which ho hastened to get warm. Cleveland and Secretary Carlisle discouraged because it continues to this advertisement. G. W. llooviiit. It was the villngo barroom. Three SiXTYiEKiirr cf the 300 men who about the issuing of bonds, it is cermen were snoring on tho bar, and rain? Beda. Ky. supported Grant in the Republican tain that Mr. thoro were soveral other very groggy Carlisle is as much That John J. McIIcnry is studying Niliulny Mcliool Convention of 1880 have formed a averse to issuing bonds as customers playing faro. Tho most Gen. Harlaw, to preparatory applying Our Sunday School Union at Beavdisreputable looking was an old man pcrmament organization in honor of rison was under the same circumfor license? with n greasy slouch lint, 11 bluo flaner J)am will be held two days. On 1,1 1,1,1 AS. the event. stances, and that he will not do so unnel shirt, n big pistol in his belt nnd Dick Bland, the Congtessmnn Saturday, the 6th of May, we will carThat til he regards it as n last resort to n very "ld" look. Ho was gamrillli ,'n. ..liny from Missouri, was horn and reared in ry out a regular program, and on Gov. Brown's little veto ax has In:iMtiit?i us the approaching Sunbling htupidly nnd losing fast. This prevent a panic. All sorts of stories Ohio county? Sunday we will have addresses by day 11 11 fifth" fallen heavily upon the Louisville are current Sunday and as no was Captain Swan, tho jiostiiiastor. about the intentions of That Richard Foster's pupils will Rev. Barclay, State Sunday School preaching lias been announced, I will charter and so far as he is concerned it Secretary Carlisle, in order to keep A fow hours later tho inspector give a drill with dumb bells Com- Visitor, and also, Hon. R. P. Hocker try to preach ns best I can, Sunday called ut tho postofllco, which occ is dead. A strong effort will be made the gold in the Treasury, but none of GENERAL NEWS. tho poorest fnimo building in and others. Bring with you Gospel morning for mencement week? to have the Legislature pass the .bill them have very solid foundations. the benefit of my good tho town. Captain Swan pat on :i Hymns, No. 5. L. R. Bah.nett. over the Governor's veto. That Sam Anderson and Alex neighbors and friends. The subject packing box near tho front duo, In fact, there is good reason for the The Championship base ball season Bamett will take tie tickets and go to Another Ilnrllortl C'ltUcit Appointed. will be appropriate to the occasion looking out nt the U. ut ties of nature, belief that he has not himself reach- opened yesterday. On Saturday night, May 18, the ed a final conclusion and probably Sl'IXIAL TO TlIU IlAIlTlOUI) Rl!- - and suited to nll.Thu Sunday Schools while 11 dork was tying up tho h At Nicholasville Monday night n Texas this fall? for him. On hearing his visitwill all announce this service. ruiiMCAN: News reaches us by specgreat and only Henry Watterwm will will not unless obliged by circum- building was set on fire by lightning. That John Vaught's most distinor's 'i rand tho postmaster raid: ial wire that by hard work and best lecture at the Court House on his stances to do so. The situation is J. S. Coi.kman. Many noticeably courteous and guishing characteristic is his wax- "So you 11111 u postofllco iusjieu-tor- . . t of scheming our energetic and widechewing proclivities? favorite theme, "Money and Mor- now regarded as much easier than it agreeable Well, you'll find thoro ain't people arc boorish and disDecoration Day will he observed als." It is looked forward to with was early this week. iiothni wrong with this office not That there is a boy in College that awake friend, M. M. Kahn. has been this year at VValtons Creek. agreeable to the last degree in the appointed to sell to cveiyhody his Mr. Cleveland wants to throw since I had it. Can't say much fcr pleasant anticipations by our people. family circle. As George Elliott per has sent out about a dozen cards and elegant styles in Suits, Pants, Shoes, overboard all the reciprocity agreeMiss A. 11. Lewis iV Co. take it before that." has received but one go? tinently remarks of one of her charTho inspector hinted that his acetc., nt the lowest prices, and he sure- pleasure in showing you their goods From the number of indictments ments made by the last Administra acters: "She was accustomed tothink That there is a young man in ly will do it. So go to him. count wem it little overdue, nnd and telling you what is stylish. returned by the last Grand Jury we tion, and he will probably do so if that entire freedom from the necessity school that can't keep from telling Swan repliedare to concludethat body was no friend public opinion docs not set too strong- of behaving agreeably was included every thing he knows? "Ye, that's right. Say, Jimmy, The Owensboro Sunday's Messenger Call nud see the pretty stylish how about them money ordor bills t to tbe Blind Tiger. It is greatly to ly against such a policy. In order to in the Almighty's intention about says: hats, nt Miss Annie Lew is & Co.'.s. They lieeii paid yett" That I.ce Stevens and a certain aube desired that the coming Grand Ju- feel public opinion n statement was families." "Mr. Felix A. Burdette and Miss burn haired damsel will smile at each-oth"Oh. 110, captain," raid tho cleric, made this week that Secretary Gresh-aThe hats are in good taste and the ry may prove as effective or even Ollie Hartford, of Fordsville, will he a hundred yards away? Dr. John Hnlewood, of Ikkerty, I've trying a "You had conferred with the Ministers latest styles, at Miss A. 11. Lewis & long remember you to loeii more so if possible, in its efforts to fix them tip." tune to get Ind., is the proud owner of a heavy That Henry Osborne persisted in married in the Methodist Church at Co.'s of all the countries with which we 'Yes. that's so. Jimmy." Then ho fiugei-rinsuppress this gross violation of the set with three dia- wearing his new straw hat through that place this morning nt 11 o'clock, have any agreements and that they gold lidded, turning to tho iuspector, Mr. Burdette is a prominent young law. "Let no guilty one escape." monds, which, he asserts, was once all of last week's frost and cold? had all expressed a willingness to end "You mo, I've been m busy." the property of Marie Antoinette, the Tl.e .ostin.utor iinMMitcd to the inThat Ben Hardin once threw a farmer and stock dealer. His bride is the agreements. Nothing strange Xut to Work l to Die The greatest World's Fair ol all unfortunate queen of Prance. The rock from above where the Jail now an extremely pretty girl, the sister of about that; these agreements were Lnlxir is misunderstood and oven spector proposition to look over tbo time opens at Chicago Monday. It not made for ring came into his possession through stands across the River nt the bridge? Rev. C. F. Hartford, pastor of the dtspised by too books. To.'y amounted to nothing ninny peoplo. It is, the benefit of other his Methodist Church at Fordsville." affords America an opportunity to maternal grandmother, whose nbovo nil, looked down upon as tuortt than a small lawbook which countries, and they will doubtless That Judge Lytic is so in love with grandmother was a maid of honor at display her resources and her indusdiudgery to which ouo submits in contained a few entries of stumps, Nntlnir Hunk. very gladly withdraw trade privi himself and his typewriter that he order to get food. Ho who has food, whisky accounts, paid nnd unjiaid, tries in a manner never belore tbe leges granted to us, they can still the French Court during the trouble- has had A new saving hank has been in opif both photographed togethIt is thought, has no need for work; money jcid on n house that Swnn some days. privilege of any country. We Amer- continue to receive the benefit of the eration here lor the last few weeks. but ho er? who has not must work of was building and various other priPeople investing their money in neciity. Both of these do vate memorandums. It a week icans while considering the magnitude clauses of the McKiuley Tariff Law, People of more than one denominaharm. toapproxiuinlot'ffnirHKiid took find out That what by a preacher and a good, honest goods at Kahn's Trade I distinguish two to of our great land should not forget for which we exacted these trade tion have laughed overthat yarn about kinds of idlers the debt of gratitude we owe to its privileges. It will require something the little girl trying to sell Phillips preacher's son, the new plank walk Palace are saving money by it. Try thoso who are lazy and tho-- o who that ho owed tho government over on the Beaver Dam road is kept it at Kahn's Clothing House. lalwr with complaining. It is time, f'.'.OCO. A gambler who was on hid discoverer. better than this to reconcile the peo- Rooks some "Episcopal kittens," and warm? then, to iv establish tho dignity of bond paid over tho full amount on ple of this country, without regard to defending her subsequent description At lto-- 1. work. How is 0110 to do it I By tho demand, and the captain got a brief n That Judge Glenn and I,ec Louisville is in a fever of ex- politics, to the aborgation of the reci- ot them to Edward Kvcrett Hale as Died, in Kinderhoak. April 23d, fact that till should work without term in jail. Cor. Boston Tranhave an exhaustive argu citement and has been for several procity argument now in existence. "Unitarian kittens," with the cxpla-natio- n 1S93, David C. Stevens, aged 20 vears, any exception. Having admitted that script. that "they had gotten their ment on tiie streets every evening, 2 months and 5 days. He was bur- work is a law of life, it is imi,x-lbdays. The Grand Jury is in session, Mr. Cleveland's civil service reform Iritainj: lii 1'ulau'iihLt. and tbe gamblers have had a lively talk at the White House is all very eyes open." But It probably was not whether or not there isa real burning ied at the Alcxandcrbiirying grounds; to find uny pretext by which a man It is a lucky thing for the natives may b.i exempt from it. Ho who generally believed that the incident hell? funeral services by Rev. G. J. Bean, will time of it. Public sentiment is arous- well in its way, and unquestionably of southern Patagonia that tho navinot Inlwr in tho spirit of this gation of tho Straits of Magellan is in the presence of a large and attenbut the rec- ever occurred. A distinct denial of ing against them and several have pleases the law is condemned to extincThe May number of Fetter's Souththe story, addressed by the late bishop tive audience. He professed faith in tion. Ho will jwrWi of internal dis- dangerous. Vessels often anchor in ord of the appointments of fourth-clas- s been indicted and fined. But the ern Magazine is in a measure a Colfive thousand in the to two inquiring children, is printed Christ about live years ago and unit- ease, consumed by his imprisoned the straits for tho night on this acgreater nunihei have come up and count, and this gives the crooked umbian number, as the leading artied with the C. P. Church at Jlcd:i. in energies, which liecoinu transformed six weeks that Maxwell has been in in a recent magazine article. legged unlives a chance tu conio out paid their fines and are free to go on cle entitled, "A Glimpse of the White wllinll Tin livfil n rnticUtptit ...n.tilu.r ! MIO JlOlSOn office, gives a much clearer idea of in their canoes and trade with tho The disfiguring of several of the City," by Angele Crippen, is written violating the law. Our gamblers down t. """ " until death. the policy of the Administration. young women students of the Ohio He had been afflicted here cannot even be fined. her dutv, and w idilp's company. Tho chiof nrtlcleu expressly for this number and is emfor several years ami God .saw best to nwt8 mul t.orniI)tH. Aro vbu tlolnir offered by tho native aro furs of vaMen are not judged by their talk, but Wesleyan University by other female bellished with numerous handsome rious kinds, esjiecially of tho sea otstudents by branding their necks, engravings with various views of the iaKe nun to a nome wnerc there are nothing, young man f That is enough. The strangers who travel through b' their acts. I would rather hear that you had ter These they sell for a trifle, or no affliction1;. twenty-fiv- e He will be greatly After having appointed faces and arms with nitrate of silver our county are greatly inconvenienced "White City." These en- missed at home and iu the com- tho cholera, lcciiuse that only kill.--. more often barter for tho few tiling or thirty more men than Gen. was one of those brutal college pranks they need. The lust otter skins aro we have no signboards at the gravings are all new and have never that munity. Mourn not, deir pucnts, and contaminates tho body. Tho dis worth as much ns 000 to $700 when Harrison did up to this date four .that it is hard to find an adequate mobeen in print before. ease of idleness preying upon you intersection of our roads; and not only brothers and sisters for he is at rest. will years ago, Mr. Cleveland has tempo- tive for. It is said that it was promptdestroy the whole num. You brought to civilized mnrkets, but In this same number is a masterthe strangers but residents of our own rarily Patagonians Now, may God help each one of nro not only infected shut down, presumably to get ed by a desire to keep the victims ful plea from the pen yourself, but New York-- offer only ioor skins. of Mrs. Julia county are not a little inconvenienced rid of the swarm of .Sun. from attending a senior reception. Barry Healy for the rights of Dona them, that they nny so live that you constitute 11 center of infection. by their absence. These boards are when the Angel of death visits them In a well organized society ho who i The feeling against the lower- Whatever the motive the act was an t'ouliln'l Help Vt Inning. Beatrix Knriques, the second wife of convicted a necessity and the proper authorities ing of the American flag in Hawaii is outrage us yours Papa-W- ell, what did you think of that calls for the condign Christopher Columbus. Mrs. Healy they may lie ready, as he requested should lx of an evil such death a condemned to should take steps to have them put just as strong as when the news was punishment the great skating race? them, to meet him in Heaven. of the offenders. espouses the cause ofthis noble wodeath of public infamy, a death by LittleSon- - Didn't amount to much. up at the forks of all roads and all first received, but it is being held in A FllIEND. btarvation. Tho man who has bread "Kverylxxly said it was wonderSamuel Wesner.an old miser.Jwortk man whose fair name has suffered for cross-roadthroughout the county. until the intention of the Admiuistia-tio- n in iibuinkinco and lives without work-o- ful." A Itewnnl ortt.lOO a large sum of money, is the sole oc- years, and this defense is a worthy The matter has already been too long becomes clearer. others, or ho who has "I didn't sou notliin wonderful tribute to the wife of that man to Will be given for any case of Rheu- no tho lalwr of idly bread, but lxgs it or Conspicuous among the regular cupant of a residence on North Sanneglected. A part of that section of whom the world owes so much and matism which cannot be cured by Dr. ns may happen ho should steals, 'bout it. The one that winned dusky avenue in Sandusky, O. He know cmildii't bflp winnin. country lying between Rosine, Sul daily attendants at the White House mingled with Lightning Remedy. there is no place for him in a world over so far forward that Ho loaned no one and seldom was in whose honor the great World's Drummond's ho had to phur Springs and Barrett's Ferry is levee are Representatives Springer, of seen. A horrible ordor issuing from Columbian Exposition is held. The proprietors do not hide this offer, governed by tho law of lalwr and of go like a streak o' lightniii to keep Illinois, and Holman, of Indiana, about the only part of the county in but print it in bold type on alt their joint re!onsibility. Ho fulls from from fnllin on his nose." Good his house caused the Board of Health tho tree like tho dead leaves. " Nows. It evolutions. which any pretense is made toward who vere respectfully Chairmen of the to suspect something wrong and recirculars, wrappers, and printed matWngncr. At the regular meeting of Cromkeeping up signboards. By all means Ways and Means, and Appropriation cently a visit was made. ter, and through the columns of the The true "irtthtcufUUyot a Doctor," It Is (aid, let us have them or know the reason Committies in the last House. They condition as unearthed can be imag- well Lodge, No. 420, F. A. M., held newspapers everywhere. It will Stroiic Ilmim nfu Hunk. wln'nl)r,Fenncrs. Saturday night, April 22, the follow- work wonders one bottle curing any have both presented constituents for A strong room in a bank is an apartwhy. ined by the statement thatevcrything itcrtshUnolUinllo. every sort of positions within the ing preamble and resolutions were ordinary case. If the druggists have ment upon tho construction of which llcf cures Jnflcmma. in the house had to be cremated, inHon In QDy form an J adopted: President's gift, but if either of them a. good deal of care and ingenuity nro Tin: number and character of the not got it, he will order it, or it will n n hcn clcn cluding even the apparel on the ownIn 5 amp doses on a has succeeded in getting even the Whereas, It has pleased Almighty be sent to any address by express on expended. It is designed to givo seindorsements which Dr. Coleman has lump of BVKar onco er's back. The actual fact that the God, noIn 2 hours In the Great Master of the Universe receipt ol price, together with instruc- curity ngninst fire, thieves and fallreceived since his application for the most insignificant appointment toes of one of his feet had rotted away lironcliltu VI u'M anil consumption, as to call from our midst our beloved tions for use. Drummond Medicine ing buildings. On tho outsido are body has ever heard of it. Still both n avi when nmillcd firebricks, in tho insido n lining of Consulship to Havana are indeed will be a fitting climax to imagina ntrr. brother, S. T. Williams, be it them turn up smiling at the White nally In f.ish cuts, Maiden Lane, New York. steel half nn inch in thickness, nnd Co., gratifying. It is safe to say that no of tion. (bruises nnd burns. That, in the lossof Bro. Agents wanted.. House every day, just as though they Resolved, between tho two nro 18 inches of 'llolstryinR Meet other man who is seeking the place were getting every thing they asked lor himself thu hard A New York photographer has Williams his family loses a kind and Bojid eoncreto in which tho iron ribs -rarniHl money of tho j?,'iA WOnle." "lln hmm. has so many good and worthy names. for instead of tho structure nro imbedded. Tho .01lcp.- of nothing. Although adopted a plan which was in operation affectionate husband and father, the !( Impossibilities "Tin i.1 trrfhv l.inlnwkf. Many have come unsought, and both of these Congressmen would last summer, and is following it with Church a good member, the commummn nllr ine citizens 01 iiaritoru ana vicin- door is of great thickness, but thntis llilnldtrick told ihn iinrnrintinm .,... .,,f tho adicrtlon will In." "Ilo among them are two from men who like to get a few places for their sup- great success. He takes for his field nity a worthy citizen and our Craft ity will please take notice that there not its most remarkablo feature. prollt out of ths misfortunes of thoncakwould and the dread of tho as boys were the recipients of Dr. porters, they have another reason for of operation the better portions of one of its most devoted members. will be a meeting nt the Court House Tho most ingenious cracksman would nfllictftl"tha"HokaoHSman will catch ut crave, sinking Htraus ,'! bo lucky if ho discovered within a and th.it Coleman's kind encouraging words. hanging around Mr. Cleveland. They town, and when the sun is warm V ell, this Is quite an Indictment, Resolved, That, we will perform on Saturday night, April 29, 1893, week tho twists and turns by which uttered by enough to bring the childrin out in funeral ceremonies at his grave accor- for the purpose of selecting Commit it is made to withdraw its numerous tho pt'SKlmtbt.the the mhunlhroplst, tho cfl One from Kansas, the other from would like to get the same Chairmanw"h,r.lf tint cill doir. Dr. Flmncr Is aware that this iaitlmcntlli he put to tho front, by the same to and heavy bolts. Texas, and both send strong personal ships in the next House they held in force he goes forth with his camera. ding to our regulations and wear the tees and organizing, thosowho aro Jealous of his bucces. It Then tho mnking of tho keys would mvle him hesitate long beforo consenting has for a perfect chil-drc- n usual badge of mourning for thirty make arrangements letters together with a long list of the the last, and knowing that Mr. When a number of to take tho peoplo Into his conlldi nco und "tell tho are encountered they are asked days, that a copy of these Resolutions management of the soldiers reunion probably engage his nttcntion anothtruth.' It baa made him delay, until he could names of prominent people of their re- Cleveland has declared against their er week. Nor would proo oyer r.nd oer ns iln tint hit tt as rlRht. getting them they are trying to make if they don't want their pictures tak- be sent to the family of the deceased to be held at Hartford, July the 4th Wlien ho got tho door this bo nil. ahead. spective States. Both call the atten rlcht. opened, ho shall ho bo manlyNow that hotnowho Is of his nnd havo tho courums & 5th. This was invited here by the would have him change his mind by taking ad en. As may be imagined, the chil brother and a copy be spread upon con clloim orahall ho fear tho "brcrahof slansome little kindtion of tho Doctor to a no Jess difficult task in der," "hide his light under a our minutes of our Lodge and pub- unanimous petition of the citizens getting boyond fho ponderous steel tho nrmy of consumptives bushel" and nllow to contlnuo their ness that impressed them in youth and vantage of every opportunity to taffy dren are delighted with the suggesand the time has come that decided bars which form nn additional bar- tnnrch to death without Intcrposliur his strong him up and to endorse his opinions, tion. The photographer groups them lished in the county papers. urm to obstruct the progress of "tbORrlnnls-nKfsay this is their first opportunity of reaper 1 Dr. Kcnncr chooses tho manly action betaken, cither prepare for it rier. But beforo ho accomplished this courso. artistically, takes and impression and J. P. MlLLEK, Norinrrotl s or mineral olsons. hnfe repaying it. Dr. Coleman stands a when they can find out what they are. Com. or notiiy the proper parties of our de- electric bolls would Jiavo announced nnd certain. Nuwrdlmppolnts. Ono tablespoon-Ju- l A. A. MlLLAlU), then gets the address of each. A week Doubtless Mr. Cleveland is laughing cIoto c jren La (Irli rx Moucy refunded If his presence, nnd era ho was nwaro good chance of wiuninp tho prize. Herald please copy. Jctlou not Klcn. Vako homo a bottle today. fault that it may arrange to meet of his danger ho would wish at the exhibition these two Democrats or two later he calls on the parents that ho somewhere else. Committee. are making of themselves, just as ev- and offers the pictures, handsomely hod not nttompted so foolish an exIt has been computed that tbe finished and mounted for sale. The Statement of the Condition April 27, 1893. ploitExchange. HOUSE HRAXt'lI. souls converted at Sara Jono's recent erybody else is doing. An infant child of Frank Renfrew Senator Murphy found out before children surrounded by their companor THE meeting at Bowling Green cost just Trapping Wolves In Frunce. roiiD.NViM.i:. he left Washington that even the ions in a pretty group make an in- died on the 23d and was buried SunAmong othor contrivances thero is Weather very cool. There was a one dollar each, the great 8am having smallest federal appointment in New stantaneous appeal to the paternal day. light snow on the 20th, but so far ono that outwits tho sagacity of tho received (3,200 for bis part in the York must be O. Geroge Scott.coloredydied Monday. wolf with ns littlo hardship as such a K.'d by Secretary eje, and it is an exceptional case the fruit is uninjured. meeting and there having been 3,200 I.amont before it can be made, capturo admits. Within u circlo of and when nt least one or two arc not pur- He was buried at the public burying On account of the frequentrains the At Hie I'lUHIt Ol lltUlllCMS, J Mil A dollar a piece is the knowledge added nothing to his chased. conversions. strong btakes not very closely plantground Tuesday. iinrj' 7,1H03. farmers are late with their crops. ed a sheep or a gooso is confined. cheap enough and it is doubtful if pleasure or his admiration for the s James Alfred Miller happened to Miss Maggie Lyons has been spend- At n distanco of 10 inches is nn 41.000 For .Nollllllir. Sam would undertake the job for less Administration. quite n painful accident last Saturday. He discovered it IIKSOUIIOKS. Curtis Buntin, President St., Brook He was hauling timbers nnd while go- ing a few days with Miss Sallie Ford. outer circlo of stakes having an enmoney. He is a great believer in the when he filed the papers of a friend Bills discounted 870,911.82 Mr. W.G. Llnvilleand Miss Myrtle trance 18 inches wide. Tho path lyn, N. Y., spent $1,000 with doc- ing down a rough hill he was thrown doctrine that tbo workman U worthy for appointment as fourth-clas- s tho two circles is well beaten Heal estate Post3,000.00 tors, and at famous Springs, In the frpm the wagon breaking both of his Graham, of Sulphur Springs, were down. Tho door of of his hire. But there are a few old master, to succeed a Republican who tho outer ono, Furniture and fixtures. . . . 1,000.00 guests of Miss Jessie Reynolds Vhich folds back the effort to cure a bad case of Rheumangahist tho inner, Bonds nnd Bank Stock . . 1,341.67 legs. At this writing he is improvsinners and young ones, too, for that has held the office just four years. Sunday. tism, but to no avail. Drummond's ing slowly. is set invitingly open. Debts in suit , ... 743.64 The family have our matter, in Hartford on whom Sam The appointment not having been Lightning Remedy helped him from Mr. Felix Burdette and Miss Ollie xii marencs tho cautious wolf purCash on bund 14,117.78 sympathy. made he called on headsman Maxwell" would no doubt lose money on a conHartford were married at the home of sues tho path till ho comes to tho Cash in other Banks 17,280.08 the start, and by its use he has fully Wm. Dehnrt made n flying trip to tract to convert them at even 850 or n few days after the filing of the ap- recovered. It will do the same for Lthe bride's brother, Rev. C. F. Hert back of tho open door, pushes against Goffs Tuesday. plication, to find out why. tho yiolding obstacle, and by so doMaxwell 8100 apiece. His work at Bowling 8108,305.40 ford, Sunday morning. you if you will give it a trial. Ask L011 White, of Louisville, is in town ing closes tho entrnuco against himLIABILITIES. Green was so effective that the City did not attempt to explain, he merely your druggist for it, and if he cannot Mr. Johnnie Clemens, a prominent self. Tho latch falls nt tho impact this week. handed Mr. Murphy the papers of his Council by a decisive vote has decidbusiness man of our town, hns moved of tho door against tho doorpost, nnd Capital stock 830,000.00 W. Bradshaw, foreman of the new friend, upon which the following was supply you, write to the Drummond to Owensboro. Mr. K. N. Miller will ho 1h hopelessly fast, unnblo to touch Deposits ed to issue no more license alter May 72,480.85 0 Medicine Company, Maiden road, went to Louisville Monday. written in DanLamont'shnndwriting: tho decoy animal of tho inner circlo Dividends unpaid , 1,144.00 move to Louisville soon. 1, and thirty or forty saloons will Lane, New York. Agents wanted. Mrs. Crahan, who has been quite "It will be at least a year before any , 4.30 Mr. J. T. Smith is improving his or to leap over tho strongly planted Duo ohor Bauks close. Hurrah, for Sam for that change is made in this office. D. ill for some time, is, we ore glad to Discount and Exchange M L." 413.01 harness and saddlery department by poles of the outer ono. Thus The Old Reliable Homestead Fertil-ze- r say, improving. much, anywhow! kidnnped, tho victim is Boon The Senator pocketed the papers and i.aw.iii extending platform and putting in a dispatched, Blackwood's Magazine. uuuiviucu xroius for sale by Casebier & Burton, Mrs. S. W. Leach, of near Cromleft without freeing his mind of what Notice. Hartford, Ky. 36 3t well, is visiting Mrs. Henry Miller, of glass front. $108,305.40 was evidently a heavy load. Those persons owing Dr. I,. T. Cox Success to the Should TJr SatUfltd. this place. call on me and settle the will please Virgib. "I wish I was a monkey," said Sec J, W. Hale's nice line of Jewel-ry- , "We noticed in your last issue where A, dividend of 84,00 per share 18 HUMINR. same, thereby saving cost. Chappio. April 25. Miss Annie L. Allen consisting of watches, clocks, the Hon.E.D.Guffy and others.of your now due and payable on demand, CAN EY VI 1 1 EE M. J HiJAVRiN. "Well you've got your wish," 37 3t Horse Branch, spent Saturday and hains, etc., at Fordsville. tf city had been to this place, and made Miss Sarah Hurt, West 'ciiay, vis- d. K, Cox, PRESIDENT. Maud. Harper's Bazar. FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1893. Sundny with her mother's family nt this place. Mr. D. M. Hocker and family left Sunday for Fordsville, where they will make their future home. Mrs. J. W. Tabor returned from Louisville yesterday. Miss Lucy Townscnd was the guest of the Misses Whittinghtll Sunday also, Col. J. S. R. Wedding. Dr. Russell Pirtle is in town. J. J. Tilford is nt home again for a few days. R. W. Raglaiul, of Waddy, Shelby county, came home Saturday returning Sunday. C. II. Tallcy has sold his drug store to J. M. Ragland. Mrs. II. T. Thompson, Horton, was the guest of Mrs. Nassa Tilford Saturday. Rob Ragland, who has been absent for two years in Intl., returned home last week; we welcome him back to our midst. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Duff", Sulphur Springs, visited the family of Morton Kuykendoll last week. Our school is progressing nicely, under the management of Miss Belle Whittlnghill. Rev. Davis filled his appointment here Sunday. Success to the Rijpunt.iCAN. Mionon. DO YOTnpJOW That Johnny Moore likes bananas? ThatLon Htown wants to buy a cart? That the opinions of a child nrc the first trip over the new railroad and had driven the golden spike, etc. Now, we wish to make a little correction on this said article and let the people know that on account of said Gufly's importance it was deemed best to leave him to walk the golden tics to Rosine, Now, we arc not saying anything against Mr. Gully, but we did think it was hard on the road. So if anyone speaks to you about it, tell him that "Gufly wasn't in it." ited the family of G. T. Brack this week. Mrs. Tom Clagctt, Lcltchfield, id visiting her parents near here. Misses Jennie Ferry and Mnlksia Ford left Saturday for God's. Miss Maude White has returned to Big Clifty. 15. T. Tilford returned from Lone Star Monday. Cale Crawford and Hob G recti, two of Cnneyville's best boys, have taken charge of the bar rooiii, formerly kept byJcfT D. Green. Caleb A. Gary, of Short Creek, and Mrs. F.llen Dooley, of this place, were married last Thursday evening at one o'clock. They left immediately niter the ceremony for his home nt Short Creek. May joy and peace be with them. A largo crowd of young folks went to the Pine Knob Sunday. They n pleasant time. Miss Sallie Miller returned from Olaton last week. JelTD. Green is smiles it's a boy. I think will have another wedding to report soon if I'. Wilson makes many inaie Sunday trips here. rt 1 A SOUTHWCSTERN A POSTMASTER. Who Failed to Ilegnlr Heparin Somo years ago tho postofllco nt Gallup, N. M paid tho incumbent $1,000, "stealings out." Tho citizens wort) chiellv minora and gnmblors. Captain Swan was n pioneer in tho territory. Ho know everybody nnd whs recommended by tho governor of tho territory, nil of tho tho mil way officials nnd other influential men. Ho had letters from tho martyred President Lincoln testi- slinermninlnl Turn In Hl Onlcliil - m ' g, lo o Mug-wump- s, Post-maste- I tl,,,ilTJS, far-fam- office-seeker- s. -- s n "Jeu-uesso- I 3)1 t, 48-5- 0 4SSM i well-dresse- d d BMHAnO r 48-5- inglo-riousl- y ...... .'4 .. fe , Rei-uhlica- vt'J 'f a c fl h J AjJi..O -. ' - '' m Hf Read Tnbor's .1 M A CITIZEN )U-,n- "ad." PERSONAL Fair Bros. -- & Co. OM'ER- Twonty A Money-Savin- g Bargains. In feii mi a&f of O o Best Prints 5c. 2 Best Bleach 8ic. ' 7c. 3 Best Shirting 4 Nice White Goods 5c. 5 Fine Ohaliies 5c. 6 Men's Work Shirts 25c. 7 Ladies Vest 10c " Fast Black Hose 8 Sic 9 Men's Seamles Socks 8 " Balbrijran " 10 20c 11 Ladies Hats 50c. to 82.50. 12 Oxford Tics 50c. to $2. " 1893 Fine Shoes $1.50. 13 14 " Custom-- Made " $2.00. 15 Child Red Oxfords 75c. 10 Men's low cut Shoes $1.00 to 1 k 83.50. " Brogan " 17 90c. " Plow 18 1.00. 19 Boys Knee Pants 25c. 20 Men's Suits $3.50 to 820.00. Look it all over and come to see us. Hartford Temple of Fashion, m IS, i KIMDAY, AIMW,28, & GO,, Prpta. 1893. ) . Mir - . j- j- IVtent Head (iuitnr Riven Kair Bros. & Co. leaders of men's tnnuyonclluy ing $25.00 worth ofgoods clothing; inexpensive suits for men, at Fair Bros. & Co. (e.ccpt oils ami paints) at my House between this anil January i, 1894. If you want a nice suit of clothes, $i.uo worth ol goods taught at one Hat, Shoes, Shirt or fine neck wear, time entitles purchaser to one ticket. you must goto Kahn'sClothingHouse Rcsp'y, guitar. 25 tickets A doubling sale that is, FairBros. I.. 11. Ii:an. Hartford, Ky. & Co. wish to double their sales, and Trade with Stevens & Collins. they will do it.too, nt the present rate One ni econ-onmic1 PREMIUM! The Old Reliable Homestead Kcrtil-ize- r can be had in any quantity, at Casebier & Burton's. Groceries at Stevens & lins. Col- a. Shaker brooms nt Stevens & lins. " - Col- J. W. Hale, Jeweler, Fordsville, is prepared to do all kinds of watch and clock repairing. Bring or send your work to him tf Rev. IS. IS. Pate has had n severe cold for several days, which has rendered it impossible for him to fill his appointments. Arbuckles Coffee 25c, at Stevens & Collins. 'V. John C. Thomas has had his dwelling newly painted. Martin Collins has purchased the If you need, read and liced Pair interest of his partner, Henry Hoover, Bros. & Co'.s offers. and w'ill continue the grocery business Granulated sugar I7lbs for $1 at at the old stand. Stevens & Collins. lcslie Willeox, nthrcc-yea- r old child You are sure to look well in one of of Robert Willcox, ofMellenry, died Fair Bros. & Co. 's hats. Tuesday of kidney trouble and was buried Wednesday at West Providence. IS. . Guffy's elegant little law office is Hearing completion. Buy your Buggies lrom Casebier & Colored dress goods for cheerful la- - Burton and get something good and durable as well as neat and first class dies, at Fair Bros. & Co. guaranteed in every respect Ice for sale nt nny time and any Harry Harlan, a child quantity, nt Williams Bros. tf of Will Harlan, Mcllenry, died TuesWe pay cash for eggs and butter. day of pneumonia and was buried Sti:vkns & Collins. Wednesday at Hamilton Cemetery. Cast-awayour old clothes and buy Tuesday was quite a sad day for suit, nt Fair Bros. n nobby our neighboring little town ofMellen&Co. ry. Two deaths occured there on Stoj) anywhere nlong Fair Bros. & that day and two funerals on WednesCo.'s counter and you will find bar- day. gains. Gross Williams, the Singer MachCnll on Casebier & Button for hauline-Agent, has moved his office to ing of any kind orders promply fillhis residence. Remember this when ed at nil times. you need needles, bands, rubbers, Born To the wife of Win. A. shuttles, oil, &c. No Creek, on the night of the Don't use mean oil on your sew24th inst, a fine by. ing machine, when you can get the The May blossoms of low pjrees best for the same money at the Singer are now blooming in Fair .Bros. '& Office. Gross Williams, Agent. Co.'s Millinery Department. four-yearo- ld y cut-awa- y s, It Wcro, nnd Dollvcru II J. 1 L SliulU, Prcntis, called to sec I Ton n VnrlMjr ol Ttiilc. us Monday. .Sec the new Silks at Carsori & Co.'s Col. J. S. R. Wedding went to Ro-Harti'ord, Kv., April 22. More new Clothing this week nt sine Sunday. Dkar Editor. I know not how Carson & Co. was in far my mental gyrations will lead me T. C. Snell, Horton, in these scribblings but when your town yesterday. Wnt-tcrsTickets are selling fast for the own patience and that of your nuTandy Harl, Owensboro, has been entertainment. merous readers Is becoming threadin town this week. When you need a GOOD pair of And at just say, "Enough." White returned from bare, Dr. J. II. Shoes call on Schnpmirc. the word I will depart "Into deep Louisville Sunday. gloom with a dignified silence In one Youths, Boys and Children Suits at John J. Mcllenry went to Louis- hand and a dark bay sadness in the your own price at Kahn's. ville Wednesday. other." But until served with notice We have received another lot of Oxwas to vacate the A. B. Stanley, Rochester, office of ford Ties. Carsox & Co. in town yesterday. quill driver for my own satisfaction Mr3. Kitty Taylor returned from and the affliction of the public generThe biggest and best line of Shoes ally I shall consider myself a free in Ohio county is nt Carson & Co.'s. Louisville last week. Limllcy, Ltvcrinorc, was in lance. John Your wool and feathers bring to WHISTLING. Kahn, nnd he will pay you the high- the city Wednesday. I like a whistler very much, don't Miss Isahelle Mcllenry went to est market prices. you, dear reader? Why, I heard a suits Owensboro yesterday. Our Leaders! $5.50 whistler once whose music was surMrs. C. L. Field left yesterday to knocks nil the competition out nt passingly sweet. He could warble visit Iricuds in Puducah. Kahn's Clothing House. like a bird. He was great. But my J. L. Carson is attending the En- appreciation of the art in its highest Given up by all that Kahn's Clothcampment at Owensboro. perfection does not exclude from my ing House is the most reliable in the Rev. IS. L. Carson, Morgantown, smile of approval our local celebrities county and the goods he sells arc all called to see us Saturday. not at all. I enjoy the clear, honest warranted. Our old friend, G. S. Fitzhugh, whistle ol our young men I was a The Minpral Springs Base Ball Club young man once myself. It betokens challenged the Hartford Club yestcr-dn- y called to sec us Friday. G. M. Hipsley, of Abbievillc, made life, vim, energy and cheerful spirits. nnd the game is set for Saturday But then whistling can be abused. It us a pleasant call last Friday. evening, May 6, at Hartford. is not uncommon to hear a young M. M. Kahn, of the Trade Palace, The prettiest line of Dress Goods,' blood on the streets give vent to a went to Louisville Wednesday. Silks, Domestics, White Goods, Milkeen shrill whistle that fairly pierces Constable W. R. Jones, Fordslinery, Shoes, etc., nt the lowest figthe ear, and if you will but pay half ures can be found always at Kahn's ville, was the city yesterday. attention you will notice he is trying Clothing House. J. L. Hoover, Clear Run, called to to attract some one's attention. It's nn insult to the ladles who pass along W. P. Arnold, A. M., Ph. D., will see us while in the city Saturday. R. H. Barnes, Beaver Dam, made the street to be Inflicted with these for Teach-er- s conduct a Training-Schoo- l sounds; and then, be it at I.citchfield, Ky., beginning this office a pleasant call Saturday. call- - i said to their shame, these same eight 15th, nnd continuing May G. D. and T. L. Royal, Select, 39-ed to see us while in the city Friday. young bloods sometimes intend this weeks. Write for particulars. whistle to attract the attention of the Schapinire is atMiss Lizzie Mrs. Julia A. Harris bom March ladies themselves. Boys, It Is In ex2, 1869; died April 18, 1893. She was tending the Presbytery at Mcllenrceedingly bad taste to do this whist-Ina member of the Baptist Church and yand you will attaact the genuine Miss Bertie Ward, No Creek, is vis- attention of died in hope of eternal life. She the world very much leaves a husband and two children to i iting her brother, D. IS. Ward, above quicker if you will leave that off. mourn her loss. Peace be with her. town. THOSE CHURCH MEMBERS G. J. Bi:ak. Miss Myrtle Tinsley, of the "Wash- - Who go to church on Sunday with J. W. Tabor, of Rosine, is closing ington neighborhood, was in tiio city long, solemn, agonizing faces and then Tuesday. out his new Stock of Dry Goods, prespend all the next week in riotous Miss Ora Barnett, No Creek, visi- living, in drinking whisky, or in paratory to moving to Fordsville, where lie will again embark in busited her sister, Mrs. C. B. Sullenger, gambling-- , or In cheating some fellow Hock-e- r ness as a member of the firm of last week. mortal out of his just dues, or who Those desiring goods & Tabor. spend the week In idleness either ISllsworth Rowe, of Centertovm, cheap should call on him in the next auadc our office a pleasant call nominal or absolute, are some of the ten days. many blocks over which men are yesterday. Mrs. F. L. Felix and son, Doujl-la- s, ('stumbling into hell. I agree that no The Hubbard Republican Club will man who is a sinner in rebellion are visiting her mother at M meet at Bald Knob Church Saturday against God has any right to point renight, May 6, for the purpose of out any professed Christian and try organizing and transacting other imMisses Annie and Pearl Renfrow , to excuse his own life because of the portant business. Steps will be taken Sulphur Springs, visited Mrs. Moore professor's indiscretions, but he does to send a delegate to the Convention this week. do it just the same, whether he has a at Louisville. Let nil the members C. A. Leach, the enterprising drug:- - right to do so or not. If our churches nnd Republicans generally turn out. ijist, of Horse Branch, was in towa had the grit to exclude all of their Dr. J. II. Baker died Tuesday at Monday. members who lead questionable lives the home of his father, J. Warren Our young friend, A. P. Thomas, and who practice questionable things, Baker, near Hamilton, of consump- - ll of near town, made us a pleasant call the cause of Christ would flourish and tion. He was a bright and promts Wednesday. However, inconsisnot languish. ing young physician and is a great Miss Nannie ISllis, of Rowan Town, tent the world may be, it likes to see loss to his family "and the profession. is visiting the family of A. C. Ellis, consistency in others and especially so The luncral occurred Wednesday evenKinderhook. iti church members. ing nt Gosben, conducted by Revs. To use a common expression, it is Rev. J. S. McDaniel, Rockport, G. J. Bean nnd A. B. Smith. my; private opinion publicly expressvisited his daughter, Mrs. E. W. ed that Hartford's churches need a One of the .ablest as well as the Tayor, this week. They need weeding good sifting. most earnest young divines is none J. E. Ashby, . Rockport, came in out, so to speak. other than Rev. J. R. MeAfee, of Saturday and paid up his subscription LAWYERS AND DOCTORS. Hartford College. He filled Rev. E. for the Republican. How empty are some of our pre-- tt IS. Pate's pulpit at Liberty Saturday Mrs. John Lindley and Mrs. A. H. You know It Is against oasions. night and Sunday last nnd then rode Rowan, Livermore, visit :d friends on tb ie professional ethics and etiquette to Alexander and delivered another No Creek last Sunday. of physician to advertise his busl-n- t sermon Sunday evening. His efforts Miss Mary Taylor, who has been ss, A doctor would go into soch a at both appointments were highly jj visiting in LouisvilJ.e for several se roesof .spasmodic convulsions, geo-m- i complimented. weeks, came home last week. totally extended, it a newspaper Prof.A. F. Williams of Bethel J. D. Hocker, representing the ma mwere to ask him to advertisethat Russell ville, passed through town Equitable Life Assurance Society, is ive b tflie whole nrofesslon could not this week on his way to Bethclchcm. in Hawesville for several days. adn irnls'tersafficient nostrums tore-qul- e Church in Hancock county, where a. his disturbed equilibrium. Awl C. H. Hamilton, who lias a position big Baptist Ministers Meeting is being in the Company Store at Powderly, vet I doubt not that these same little held.Hc will return to Russellville was in the city Suaiday, visiting his M. I ).us are delighted with all the free 4 Monday. Prof. Williams is an enthuadve rtininc th newspapers are kind J family. siastic educator, an eloquent speaker enough to extend. It is my ImpresA. M. Kinderhook, Barnett, and a ripe scholar. He has many sion that it pay. to push a good went to Rives, Tonn., yesterday where friends in our county. thing:, in short, i't pays to hustle. he will attend an. enturtalnment Frido But our doctor frieL'-dStlikAt a special term of the Count day night. propose to & "it down and have Court held April 20, the following orIn them. Mrs. Emmet Rhoads and sis- alivi.ogjustdropin der was made "in "regard tp the proter, Miss Lilly Buskill, Louis- this p.retended antlpat. V lor hustling posed vote on the whisky question: ville, are expected in town to- they are joined by the lawyers who Ordered by the Court that the prop, day, the guest of Miss Annie look with unfeigned sco Tn " con" osition made on motion ofE. W. Lewis. of tnc bu tempt upon any member Taylor for a vote on the local option The following named parties attenda P"6 question in Hartford be and the same ed the funeral ot Dr. I 'aker Wednes- who would try to "work u ?" ts 'Mcb, day: Mrs. L. B. Bean, J udge John P. tlce. Poor etiquette, that is withdrawn and no vote will be taliving Morton and wife. Miss Elva Morton, a man lrom soliciting ken on the question on the 2d day of Master Burr Morton. M essrs. Henry But when he is starving to death. May as heretofore ordered. Carson and Marvin Beax . doc- why bother the lawyers and the over tors? They are already given to their idols. I in-- Oxford Ties at Schapmire's. WJl i-f Buy your Shoes nt Schnpmire's'i if.JkYlH ww a s 1 m&sHtfxaR iii 1 BuMYoo sion of Pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil Are you all run down? Scott's Emul- and Hypophosphites of Lime and Soda will build you up and put flesh on you and give you a good appetite. YtOTMtowaitorMM U ftett's Emolsion caret Congbfl, SerorMs and OelcJj, B AaftMrie asi WtUtlBr Diseaiei. - ehiliren. Bowns.flkemUt, IfcuggfeU. tmmtm' Prepared by Scott Hew York. Setenfr A 80W hy bflitiision all-wo- Coai to Hartford -- TO SEE THE- - SPRING OPENING C. L. Field's car of Buggies 3t just from the Davis Carriage Company. MONEY by Buying from HIM. Will eell you a Buggy, Harness, Lap Duster and Whip from $60.00 He will save you g, up to $75.00. in Cincinnati. The Davis Carriage Company has the .reputa- tion of building the beat Buggy for the money of any .Factory So come and judge for yourself. $100 IN GOLD FEES, Id order-t- "intlucertbe farmers and .public ,to ikeep themselves posted upon the prices of grain, wo will ahso lutelyive away $100 in gold toilhe oreons making the nearest guesae3:to,cloaing,quotations of Wheat, Corn and ep OatBMieported ihyitbeCMcpg0 ember 6, J803. This Ba"d pf Trade, defiitableilt of 8ipp;ip goklill; bo distrbuted as follows; Will be given to itho nearest guess to the closing quo-- , tations as above stated. Col-leg- e, t Will be given to each ot the next 12 nearest cuesies on closing quotations. The average guess on Wheat Corn and.Oats gets (the of(lthe reS' Jl AS In. Oold PRIZE. No guess taken unless on atl Ahtee products mentioned. cord. You uhould take particular careto t give your guess in plain figures on every blank you Every customer will be furnished die-bu- g, a blank at our &JI store, which must be filled out and will be safely deposit ed, ho keeping a duplicute of the same. Contest closes Wednesday, August .23, guesses will be recorded alter that .date. 1 . . 1833. Qtber , .N,o prices pre-ven- to the amount oi $300 willibe.added later on. Grayson county, and our motto is ''Give for the least money." Give us a call. Uto W ? giving More goods to the dollar than any other t.hqtyse ,,in tbeet ..gQqds BARGAINS! PUBLIC SPIRIT. Closing Out Sale I Our stock is fresh, but we are going to move and must close everything out by the ' 10th of May, So come quick and No injustice is done when Isaytl Hartford hasn't enough public spin X enough "get up and get." Her peo -pie do not take hold readily and will- ingly of public questions; questions that concern our whole people. We don't stand together enough. With some it is sufficient to be against a thing if some certain one of our neighbors is for it. In all that pertains to the town and Its interests, as they concern all the people, we should be a unit. We need better streets, better enforcement of the law. A healthy public sentiment will bring them all and that without a revolution or the shedding of blood. Let us Hartfordites stick together. PRESUMPTION. tt No Last Corn, Charge for Guessing. Wednesday's Oats, 23Jc. quotations: Wheat, ;78Jc; 4; ESKRIDGE & PORTER, 0.2a.eyxrllle, T3Ly-ilHBEiMBBMMBMSVl y If you need any repairs for your Sewing Machine Gross Williams, the Singer Agent, can get them for you. For n clean, easy shave, a hair cut, a shampoo or a shine, go to Pace's Tonsorial Parlor on Market Street. Good Conveyances and the very best feed the market affords can be had at Casebier & Burton's stable. Why buy these "Cheap John" Sewing Machines when you can get the. best on earth (Singer) at the rate of 10c. a day. Gross Williams, Sole. Agent for Ohio County. get goods at wholesale prices. Thanking you for past fa vors, I am, Yours truly, V f&. Messrs. G. T. Brack & Co , the enterprising Millers at Caneyville are David Stevens, son of J. W. Stev putting in a new engine and boiler.in ens, of the Kinderhoolc.neighborhood, their Roller Mills and are making a highly respected young man, died other extensive improvements. These Sunday and was buried at Alexander are stirring business men and they Monday. He had been a sufferer for have the best mill In the whole western-par- t several years. of Grayson county. , Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. have had the house formerly occupied by Baird & Ashley newly papered and painted. Hardin Baird, who has been in tfle grocery business here for several months, made nn assignment last Friday, Assets abovo exemptions, about $150. Inabilities about $700. M. I,. Heavrin was the assignee. j. w. P. S. -- TABOR. Call and Settle. There is a class of men in existence who imagine the whole world belongs to them and if you have by chance got hold on a part of it they have a right to disposses you at will. If they make a demand and you refuse, you have almost mortally wounded his tender (?) feelings, and if you indulge him you court a continuance of his effrontery. I suppose it' takes all kinds of people to make a world but the fellow I've suggested is a most unhandy cuss to deal with. A Citizen. Notice. Any persons having claims against the estate of W. O. Hardisty will present them to me properly proven. Also all persons indebted to said estate will settle at once and save cost H. S. Wahd, April 17, 1893. Ex'rofW. B. Hardisty. yesterfleld, Ky. 38 5t I T! P 37 50 &MJUTHERN QUEEN $37.50 Seat Rail, HdH ta It poHiUe a Top "jga, jmasiutft Tips, for bove pneei Cq lis p tn 5 93 l 9 IN 8 Write lor ew New h,r UNNATI, tf 'THBSOuram "" 'ttloga of ireui all klad - - B??6SL ilfcS..A. rfTF ll of VektoUi. MA yir Olr M ' III i 'J h AutL k. ?Au I , -- A i lS Hartford Eepublican FRIDAY, Ai'fl.L i8, HAS IT COME TO como to tho portion containing tho denouement nnd ilnd tho leaves missing. Jaggs It is that. And Micro's whero n woman Snnggs i:ver thing Has a Use, iTOftlTRMXil coi Htw A Magnificent ini nown ens emx uoiiecuon or FLOWER SEEDS 18U3. "lHrii Jaggs llrst, ami tho hook. has tho ndvnntngo over u innn. How? Shu turns to the ilenouement if isn't there die doesn't read New York Press. A Onoil Ileason, moth- va,FREE! AMtiiftrftl1f1f1 Offer Mr I'ublUMnc m) SsfflilP .V'Bl 3 W'-AIF- g... When womm.lnv lyunmiin.linMlrrlnrril that It elmll bo, How focUenre tl court uf law to change her lianl decree! Wemnynn well I yiuran nur rartls and ijlvt up In tlcnl ; We cannot bttnitlitailreuilful thine that the It bound touenr. And to let up, prcpiun tn Ikiw wllli meek and humble mien Ik'furu IIiIk llilnii wt urciid no ninrh the mm Intr crinoline-- . street dtie trln nlonc, when winds nru bloulnulilt;hi From urnntl slnnd. we may lcw her aa aha Kft)ly flutters by. And a Into the restaurant rhe makes a bluff A on tho hobbed Willie. "Tho idea of n boy like you crying for nothing!" cryin for l, it's nicer you cry for something, 'ciiuso something u don't always get it, but you you cry for get it." Ilnriier'd Bazar. "W-weln o "Williel Williel" said tho hoy's er, "whnt nro you crying fort" I avKua'Kt w liulaJImr I ltni.in.cn lhr horn wfc tfctrmln la,1kl Mrr lnl It to noi nlmJj Ufcts, m4 the fmUyrlrtl, rtUtk tir?dUork, fancy wroth, fomt )ff erilln( fccwhfrlPf, ftaltoni, hrfffen. tavtntlt main, loU, tie, 19 lolfodoc IbU tin (of llouael lift Limit' Uoiid Uftlrrr iMintlama lllmiriwd Mtft and hrtn (l. lifiWrnxM 1 A 1 " (SaoLsloa tiMiiutiiimf f- fMDlES ril. ItHrtUdUitcTli,pooilai1l' if-- n aBtnlh V K' ft:uu BSXVW 'iJ!UmH. luO.OuO now t- -r. 9AfidmmK.j& v.iwdm-ww'mGENJg-fB kfl? . WS w leur.l iTK? f Irrllnn nnl 1nnlh. ttiifnlt IkiIIm World llir lhfl rb wtatrlbw will nJ Viitnlminmtwnim Un.ln, 1. Iiil.m, Klnbl. l1nk.ffK.,it. ln monlhl nln, pnt holt Up Siiw Not. They will lint c to open both the door tOKO And when rhe sin upon his lap, poor Georee cannot bo scent for he'll be out of night beneath the coming crinoline. When elcntors triko her up In solitary state. Our statesmen nnd our orators bclotr n 111 hare to wait. And If a fellow nskn a girl If she will be disown He'll liaxuto imptliequcstlon through a mod. ern telephone. And yet, in splto of nil these facts, the women, fat and lean, All hall the dismal adtcnt of tho coming crinoline. It's fearful Just to think of when a fellow, just Finds ho cannot even kiss her by at least a half a mllo Unless hu Is nn ncrobat nnd ccy much In lore And hue his best girl up sldo down, suspended from nbo c. And)ct, innpltoof this sad fact, the women, fntnnd lean. All hall tho dismal advent of tliocomlng crinoline. Cloak Rovlow A Laudable Ambition, lierlinlfalior. to sire Clcverton Miss Pendnsh had on her new gown when 1 called tho other night. Havo you seen it? 1 was thero last Dashtvway Yes. "now awfully nico to bo nblo to travel without a Mitchell" night. Cleverton Didn't you think it fitted Tho gas was so low I Cloak Review. I U.nifmtur, IwrUfffttUri), fof th, ta i thU ,Btlr IrnJCT.ifit'.Bl ll"-11- Kllon 0t Choir . lir.HI.M SwJ U mta 4 wmiW i l Ho,f tkl. s tf.J Imh v t.ll.H.. No Uly .! - Hilrnb t My llmwtht Mil rrputunllr. Wtcnurftnlrt tl mmir tnt, njwlll nlun III Jmr vimtf ml m fn 1 frfunl " Mil"J. Om I" " fl bclo U uJ MuvIm eli tndr.ll.bl. rtllPhln brtuw, ,njar..l It til th. I.tdlnit niwt. l Nr,l I miv lininghr rul Drt hanJr, J."rl --fUtnimtoU ftjm I..M.I l ttolifiJ Uin.nl Ih. " It. mJi l tMntjs""Smulmn" Wit. r iitnlt m .hoi.w.l." Mn. H. C lujim, .- Mrurj... lf. T tl.. Winl Brlll Ih.li, Hfoolljt, V, r. Sin. ll ten1" tuDtrin.r,, tn tirtcf (irnwora, er Urti uur w.li Imi huh. IV) ftnt coo. rHin4thliolT,r with Iht rtlhjpf nnj nhfrnt-- i (rrH I.IIM, HoHtr (rr.K in 11ir;.iilhrmnn, Mm, StorK. lw Alr, 11UII, 44 ra. DmbU w , 'S Jffi cr iir-iU " r1 ., I.'l.u. ,"? 'u''" !., . beautifully? Dashaway Jofi'lrul S.l 1l rrTI Collwlbin, mt.1 hit kalioTltlil Ukl tlx for M vttla ?M$$k Jb. thn world Best Colt Dhoo tbnrilo. ftll. DHIVKH, Manager. W. L. Dougl09anoosaieacliricnyvtiei. 0..Mi.itoCitvScnle.i. Everybody abould woar thein It !n n dm you oito yvjrsc.I to est tho boat veluo tor 'Vt ilu win k ns cheap ns itnyliody, iiinlity cmiiileieil. Itcpairuig nnil yoar money. Boocom.'.-.-o In yon r tot .tour by i a i purobaslagW. L. DOURlnsShoofi.whlob ppniiitlujj y. Uivi m cill. lUJtUMIW Sid UP. raprrsont tbo beat valuu at tbo ptcoi above), aa tboasands oou tostllr. . W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE uW IP. (or In $ Snqi aaa BPamwii ' l.m SPECIAL OFFER! HT RDUIf couldn't see. forstjle. StrulRlit. "1 heard nn alarm of fire, I think," ho said in tho theater, "ond I must go out nnil hco about it." Returning after 15 minutes "It wasn't u fire," ho said rhortly. "Nor water," Mid sho still more briefly. i nlo uccoru. Her Haste, Host (to visitor) Ah. what n pity you did not como a minute sooner: my wife has just cleared away tho coffee! Littlo Moritz Yes, nnd ho nearly broke a cup in her hurry! Deutsche Wcspen. Where It Was. Jack Seen my tobacco pouch anywhere. Dora? Dora Oh. don't say yon wnnt it. I'vo just duno it up iu my back hair as a pad. Slopew. Answered. ' , tMtl ih VII fr, l lli Dillon t all ihi rMi TtnttlM, Inrlullnt llorrilUn, trLf.inl. MhUatDr. Tia Uaua. Ilrmkia- lVlaflt. tih tt ftwl, anl itrndur tot Ihr mnthi rt f'Kranl rlwm rf tMot brilliant rtsii '4 U'tlniy W vnl frtt, will .itfiiHf( on t rm IT" Iht In l of tli Mt, mbrulflaT f'ttLfitPil El'Stl's!: tWt JfJ hrt !. Xo ijubstlliitK.etr Hewnrp of fraud. Nons renulne w Ishoat Y. I. DourU nrmu an I i.rlco stamped un bottum. book torn when joutoir, Vf li lleujlas, llrooktou, Illnsi, Sold by J. TAUOR, 1 kitetrn.', Ky. iAUriN'W it ry """DEALERS ' m fi"Wti (vntlimou cntotinr ANOTHER GREAT OFFER I Si7fiS iWr'ptton prlci) w Mill rsi 1 he I,n1lr U arid for 4ln rnr. lothf wltb vur mtilBntUllrtlBf blf cart rl Ui iUnrtt Uttf dowrltw I, llkr ( vn rVeJ Used MilfHttlr rtltrM Ftkftril f I Tm. AllrfMl r- 9. II. umiifb A l'U.i Kf i'aric i'icenew T1I13 1R TIIK WAY Fill". KOIIS IT. t; etoi rt '& STvJCylmH.w II 11 at noni'i una- rMffwiMia-- i curt al.J.U,k.'t .. Olltl M VltJ ICHWSft jaai.'.Ji.v.i ML? iii.i.kv m . 111 (1 U tlnilar-ic"tll,H.- d Jr-- y. f t ir h FROST A FREEZES. rJAc1 IT! tizmM 1 llr? AUartn,tli.)tacolinJ4'Miluli..)jU 1 1 -- Xew York Herald. WHEN YOU Gj i.itinvii.j.::,ni i.ot .t i'i.v, :c. niiufu'i, . in i iv, v.U:;. SCIIUHDI.K IN KrKlUn' .Nn.f.l, kJ-.- i nu TO OWCLSBOuC StiVM, If in, in. ! Scientific Machine made on a Scientific I'rin-ripi- c. Save their coal a tlocii times n year. It is A child can upemtc it. tum.sy o' t U;'i . at Mght. hind for piiccs and di.scounts. 29"MtirtaySt , NIJW YOKK. CAM, O.N A rrcurrlptlnn. "Miss McGnrdigan," said tho rising young baseball player ns ho nervously paced tho lloor, "I havon request to mako of you, and I trust that you will not misjudge, tne, but ns I intend calling on you regularly for tho next mouth or so would it bo nny trouble for you to wear tho waist yon wore last night tho ono with the largo horn buttons down tho front?" "Certainly not, Mr. Hardbase," replied tho queenly Hoboken beauty, "but may I ask tho meaning of this extraordinary request?" "You may," ho replied as ho rapidly seated himself by her side, nnd placing his arm around her waist began doing business ngain nt tho old stand. "I want to get my fingers in shape for tho coming season." Lrshangc. A Narrow Escape. "I'm feeling veiy much run down," bpring poet, who said the twi had called that day on thocditor, "Could you recommend anything I could take nty-sixt- h C.Theo.Cain, fcniil-4-v irr ' .. t : .No.M, WEdTlloUML I.T. Loiilstille Pilly. I.iily. O'JA J.2H lVlAd r IOE CKiiiiAia IN cO SECONDS r- Wistl'olid llrandenl.nrit IrTlnuIon Meplitnxport Ctorerpnrt T.ln. t.lln, Teacher Now givo mo it French noun Admitting of a diminutive oufilx, such us tablo. tablette. Pupil Homme, omelette Fliegendo Blatter. Hers. Mr. Norris Yes. my dear, t hero's where you had me. Mrs. Korris Where wns that? Mr. Korris At tho nltar. Vogue. Trill) KiikIIsIi. "Whcnh is Chollie? I havo not met tho deah boy faw a week." "llo went to Lunnon to get his haih rut." Indianapolis Journal. Too True. for it?" "Yes," said tho iditor wearily, yet btvong enough to icico tho opportunity; "take- two ounces of prussio acid or a twenty years' trip to central Africa." Knrper'd Bazar. Ki-jx- vv .tylfflfl$ .a tar :3i.yj-jjl- Onciijlirn Hpoll.rlllr Ar. IIinlri-p- nneiilk l.c.xirl ., 9.17 n. in. 1 s. m. h T 1'i.il n. m. !'.! lu.lt a. in Hi' it'll a ' ' I.'i in i in In I p. i 1".' p Vn H slip p. ni. i.. in . -i Ihls i I ! In i:.irli Cute. i Judge Why did you not return tho potketbook ou found on tho saino evening? Defendant I was too lute. Judge Why. then, didyou not deliver It in the morning? Defendant Xo use. Nothing left In 'it. Fliegendo Blatter. Sim Kneyv II Im. . For the finr.'l and ifmt Aitiftic Il'irv, Fmhriea Si. !'!i'Tf i iint the or Myk. t a.'J7 iSrifaiNf Wi. I I.. lleiulor-ol.iMl-Kjrt n 7 7 m V p. ,n. " Hrirttiillo Htmi.i'mrn. ... - ti. , im, i ' .. in, ii. r. 40-X2- 1. ON & nniTprt Mrplirit-iHi- lliMi'rille .... lrtin-- t. ii ' " I "I i' Ift IH'. II -" . I "1 never bad such a terrible day," said a lady who lives in the suburbs. What was tho matter?" "Our now servant girl. Sho couldn't find tho clol heslino. 'Never mind," Bridget.' said I, 'let it go for today.' 'Indade Oi'll not,' sold sho. 'Oi'll fix it in n jiffy.' With that sho got tho stepladder. ond I left her. In it few minutes I thought 1 would seo how nho wns getting along, and I arrived on tho sceuo just in time to save her life." "What was sho doing?" "Getting ready to hang tho clothes on tho trolley wire!" Washington Star. He Didn't Like It. Aiatrican "ads" aro funny enough, but English "ads" are funnier, 'iho other day in Tho Referee one of the most prominent advertisers w.w nn undertaker of the name of Berry, nnd nfter 11 glowing ik'hcription of his wares, particularly new set of llrst class coffins that had just been Introduced from tho Colchester factories, Mr. Berry ended with these funereal words: "After having once used nny of Mr. Bcrrj's goods you will uecr uu any other." Boston Budget. StriitiB. Cicely What u charming girl that Miss Lucy is, Adolphus! Adolphus Think to? 1 never could bear her. Sho always treats mo as if I wero un ass. you know. I didn't know sho Cicely Indeed! know you. Chips. Money Iu It. Mrs. Inquisitive Your husband be earning moro than ho used to. yon havo a new rcnhkin jacket. Mrs. Straight face Xo. indeed. learned how to lis tho gas meter. noble Mouthly. lark Pictures la gteitler,, llmnileni nri: n. Hfil 'lVitin 1'iiint n in ' i , " i r. I.ouiMlIln No. M iinH "I p. n. H msk" iMiniii1 ii exifptp.1) Hiih inline on I X nil.', liar ue.t.rn I!. 1!.. im.i vfl I.. nnd. K.ir inril r iMlerinathm, wMn II. I, MhIIIU'I'.i.iii. I'n'r tis'l Irim'oii (4itndi g L! Im a.iw T.rtf H tk ..itf fa Xft m ILiJbjuaLfluwifuatSMHsZH j i must I seo He's Grej ,0M I'lcturesCojiicd nnd Enlarged A SI'KCIALTY. 108J. Main Style md Sis?, A. J. SLATON. M. D., Physician flptil.m'sMfi li & Surgeon. 'ivt tt l.itch to tin iof)lr UllW m aTn.ti" VnSml E3 KY if I Appropriate. "Why do yon call your mulo Time, MUi KM r--n x JrSiiir-i- i - iS-itu W illl filial 1 Undo Jasj er?" "'Knso j on got to get 'im by do forelock to htand any show." Indianapolis Journal. Her Limit. He Could you decline me? Sho 1 hardly think 1 could get beyond the possessive. Jfcw York Sun. A n m CoiiiiiKM'cial KLH U NrnipRFGTrtnro j.rj.VnKMV.VNSKBUISrJkS. m uA V tt STOPPED FREE Inm Pcncrt l!eit;rirf JDr.KLINE'8 0REAr ' . Jny"n in. lr it injjtouwuc ilh t', itlit Dr. llt'lm irnirt? Millwood, now in li HMn.lrrviCH r" jr Only t:rr l"7 IIMLLISta if taken l dnertM. ,. 1 ,11 (tret I'Mliwsm tr.S.'""" "".rr' VintWtfn s tna., o f Jfrllllclu Iki lFyf--i.fillrf,if AA llf t.ltol t KI.IS1 ettArr.r I h.l.l.lht. p. UJ Un..jai. JSilfAKM St IMTATMS FKAVDS. n't lhf;l, j CKNTHAL CITY, KY. R. R. ?AX3. PR3PRIT0R. Hits just been icpairei! nnd newly Yriir Favorite ironic Xowspaptir AND The Loading i 11iu A rtulo With it I.i'.ton. (tog, uliu luul lnt Ills tall, unu ilay Mt sighing niuler n trie: if lhli.Kliad i'acil a " 'Tit nuiary world." said lie. iN ay. or lli IMtrVKYVKS. Mllt'S R fiiriiilieil. Located close to Depot, ii tiir ntri'itut iiinnt'iii Tfnitii.iH Good nieal" lij' iiiliilliiNli'rliis Ir. 11 ll I ins' ! ' (ilillllll .Sl'flflc. it a trial. It r m u an n in i irl - of lafr a clip ofcnit. e iiriiist-claMliino- Republican Family Paper of the United States, Cush in .Ulvu'tcc. Forout i.Jti, JiW along. Danger, Unfortunate Come como along. (Pulling with nil his foice.) Myl but tho hi uto has grown powerful since morning! Lifo. Miss Coopah Oh, Misto Johnsing, I heah yo' is from Boston. Is yo' fond of Browning? Misto johnsing No, indeed. Nebber fool wif dat. I only does blackin. Cleur Air. "When I was out in Coloraydo," said the man with tho ginger beard, "mo and another foller was chased by Injuns fcr 14 mile through n thicket ono night. It was mighty lucky fer us Hint thero was a thicket too. Tho woods and breh was to thick that they couldn't gut no chance, to shoot at us. But thero wo went lickety brindlo on n dead run and tho night ns dark as a stack o' black 0 I S v'rf "Tlio lo I of my c.iudnl npticmlnse dear llnsu iiiiiKht m much annoy: linu imiiKlit to druup to exhibit fear Or to as to show my jo ." another iIok rtihcd past Jut thentliciu.Kl with the spied of tho wind. Duun With an old tin cm to his tall tied fast And a doen of hojs 1k hind. Said tho tnllless dot:: "There's a lesson here That Is worth Tliire N no e II In life, 'tis clear. Without Its comiiensntlon." New York Press. nli. .iin-- , ulieihrr Hie priiiHinniaii'l nl I" n ni'iliTiTulilrinkirnriiii Hl.iii..lt wrrek. It inn llmiind raw, nnd In ever 'ii (nrfnt fiirr li fill..l- - ll nerrr n orleii, or in i'"l, without tin- litient. lti ! ulfl) liHrnile-- hniUU -, of llio ""ITHEJJEEUBLICAN Gives nil iho new of Town. County nud Slate, nnil n nmeli National 1't'Msin itiiyotlicr piijieml Your liome umnil ln incomplete with out it. nti.l will n(H t pi-I- k hlni;iTn itsela. l.pi.rt'llto TIih Kinlriii i illi the impniriiat'il r the it Imimu's an litter imiollnlit exi-- t. iuiriit"fil, 4" (iir.. to pl.'elnx.k ol Birlkllll ir fre.'. Ail InrlillMl. iikmii-lutt- i, Sirevt K.NNl'IH'int' VI Ohio. Klfii lelllll'i: lr" each mouth biuco our opening, nnd by the inot careful, watclil'iilncH and ii'fitriot nbscrviineo ofthe principles of the ino-- t ciiiiHTvitiive iliinking, we hojic not only to extend our acquaint mice, but to jnovo ourselves worthy tho conlidciicc that h being so liberally rcpoed in ih. AVo nro hero to accommodate tho people, each and every bunincss, A Startling Offer. grcon, and Nebuchadnezzar might cotntcsy fluill he extended to them, liavo nibbled through this feast withIlrlglit Woman. Tho Ri:i'Uii!.iu.. and tho Now but in no two shall safety bo sacriout Busiiectiiig that ho was bursting Snaggi It'a dreadfully annoying ficed for friciidfiblp or to obtain hur when, after rending through a novel tho bonds of his punishment. York Tribuno both one year for iness. John H,1ah.vk8, Cashier. which lias aroused your Jntoresj, you Chau-tauqua- TlmuRlit He Could. "Mr. Xcwnian," inquired tho city alitor of tho new reporter, "do you think Cooled Oft. you can write that obituary you nro now "You don't seem to admire that Miss nt work on without saying that 'by his Bowchcr as much us you used to. Jemiown unaided cfiorta ho roso from tho ma." cats." "No, I don't. I thought she was a "But how could yon run through n ranks to n commanding position among Cno girl, but sho got ahead of mo on the thicket nt full speed if the night was m .his fellow men?'" bir," replied tho new reporter, elevated tho other day when 1 was in dark?" a hurry to get down town, und 1 had to Tho man with tho ginger beard was furtively scratching out a lino or two stand behind her for 10 minutes while not to bo caught by any trach question ho had just written und resuming his sho was finding her 5 pennies to pay her ns that. He smiled at his interrogator work with a heightened color, "I 1 think I can." Chicago Tribune. fure." Harper's Bazar. in a pitying way and explained: "How could we? How could we, eh? , i:utln1y DinnrenU A Proper Question to Ask. W'y, I thought everybody knowed that English iilago Sunday morning. LitJohnny (to his sister's young man) tho air was bo clear out in that country What baseball club did you play with that n man can seo on a dark night jis' tlo Girl Plcato let mo havo a penny worth of map. last reason? as well as he can iu tho daytime." InDruggist I cannot, my dear. Thero Sister's Young Man I never played dianapolis Journal. is no hoap sold hero on Sunday morna gamo of baseball in my lifo. Why do ing. you ask? Too I'ar Hack. "How is that? 1 taw you ucll a stick Johnny 'Causo I heard ma tell Sis A short timt) ago an old negro was of licorico to a girl n few minutes ngo." that you were n splendid catch, Boston passing through tho Second market when "Oh, Hull's different. Sho is going to Globo. his attention was drawn towuid beveral cat it in churth." Sch.dk. Very Diur. piles of sea trout ns they lay on tho nico "Mr. Gingham." said Taper, "1 would niarblo tablo of n fishmonger. Walking Natural Illstnrj. like a fortnight's absence to attend tho up to tho counter tho darky placed his "Johnny," said Johnny's littlo brother, wedding of a very dear friend." noso within an inch of tho "bpecklcd "n fly is n fly bicnuso ho llie3, isn't he?" "It must bo n very dear friend indeed beauties." ns though testing their sound-lie- s "Yes, that's it." you want that much time. Who to mako through tho medium of his olfac"And a ilea is flea because hu flees, is it?" tories. isn't he?" "Well, sir, after tho ceremony sho will Tho keeper of the stand eyed hiin with "Shouldn't wonder." bo my wife." considerable inteicst nnd contempt tot "Then, why ato bees bees?" Ills impertinence for half a minute, und "Uicauso they be." laughed Johnny, Mumped. in a touo of auger baid: Harper's Young People. Chollie What would you do if a 1 nro you "What iu tho d bwutnl fellow wero to kick you weal o' them fish for, you black ajw?" Tho Proper Mnn. hard? "I aiu' smelliu o' de feeiysli, bos-,- ; I "I wish to ask yon something, sir," Chappie Call a policeman, of courso. wns jes' er uxin urn a question." said ono nf tho employees to tho pioprio-tor- . Chollie But this fellow was n police"What did you ask 'tin, bir?" man. Indianapolis Journal. "Ask on." "I jes' ax urn what's do news fiiin do ecu." "Iallani wiuthorizeil todichargomc?" All Viplalned. "Ye . He's the shipping clerk." "What did they bay?" Wykoff Dear me! Old fellow, how "Doy say iley doan' know, mill; dey Pittsburg Chronicle. canio you to dreadfully hoarse? nin't bin dar for moro'n u uiont', mill!" Raykoff Adswerigg tho blabed tools Richmond Dispatch. , SlriniK t Iiililntiri'. that ask bo how I caught this cold. Good Wnitir (tu gnost) Sir. do bordigg! Chicago Tribune. you know you r, i indiiioi tiongly of the Hri'iiUlii;; tint News. Littlo did William Light pui so think, Sp.".uimi1,ir.t : i.'i'.mnnf tJi.iu'aila? Her Weakness. (tiie-- t Htrv'-- tlmt? ns ono owning in tho first glad stages of Clara How did you like tho colors in NViiittr-Y- nn t,ii' nn iur.Uir. Greunalloyed happiness ho entered his Hat-leMrs. Van Wyko's now tea gown? noble Monthly ttat, of tho terriblo news that awaitMaude Weren't they n triflo weak? ed him. But tho agitated face of his fair Clara Yes. Sho got it to match her (ll'r I.I ll"llllt. young wife told him nil too well thatbho tea. Clonk Itoviow. J.lrK. n.in!:it."i(.- u- Hi rn U my now had something terriblo to tell him. "What is it. my ihuling?" ho said, ilnw nil njsiit. ihit vlifici is tho hill. Hoy Well Named, tniililu'i ciiitv lioth. Cloak reaching into tho no.t room for a chair Ite lew. Authors havo been known to say that and drawing her gently to him. it is easier to writo a book than to ilnd a "Alas! William, dear." sho sobbed, llif lllKht tluii. titlo for it, nnd ono man goes so far ns to "although our leaso runs for a year yet, is given only I fear wo shall havo to movo on tho 1st." dcclnro that n happy titlo by inspiration. So it seems to havo been "But why?" ho answered. "The laud-lor- d i i in this case. O. has not been saying any thing to my . I J1. A W'niV?A A gentleman living near Plymouth littlo peach blo.om, has he?" ii. f an'Miitii1 had a valuablo nnd hnudsomo horso "Oh, no," sho moauod, tapping tho which ho had named Ajnx. Last seaceiling impatiently with her tiny, son, by great good luck, ho caino across toe, "but William, dear, whero am an excellent mato for it nnd purchased I going to put my now criuoline?" it at once. Cloak ISoviow. Then tho question arose what to call it. A Green Dinner. was miiiio delay in finding imiime Tliero A green dinner may be Uelicato und iu every respect Mitisfnctory, till after a day or two, on going to tho stable, tho refreshing to behold, but green cangentleman found that his groom luul dle filmdes do not enst a becoming Mr, Doadgone How did you know I solved tho difficulty. light, and I lutvo endured tho mar- wns coming tonitrht, Touiinj? Over tho stall of tho old family favor-it- o tyrdom of n diuuur bo very green Tommy I heard his tell Bridget not was painted his name, Ajax, nnd over that I left tho table nt tho closo of it to fill un tho parlor lamp.Life. that of tho newcomer tho hostler had feoling livid nnd bilious to u degree. printed in big chalk letters. "B jax." Tho Boup wn green, tho sauces wero Yaukco Blade, Truth. Lane's medicines move the bowels very day. In order to be healthy his is ncccsyary. FITS. All fits Mopped lux by Dr. Kline's Oreat Nerve Kcstorcr. No Marvelous fits after first day's use. cures. 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