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SHORT AND SWEET. HARTFORD, KY., FRDIAY, MAY 12, 1893. ..- mil 'I- 9 iv A if "Miss Vandeleur," shecried;"what The love that never expresses itself inspects the house between schools, SAVED FROM A LICKING. will she say?" in sucli outward courtesies is in dan- and if he locks it at the end of the Young llootbtack Who Know Itow to lie I "Miss flrateful. An Engagement that Didn't Colonel Vandeleur is just affianced to ger ol dying of inanition. And the term, he turns over the key to the Graham, my most intimate younger husband, on his part, should first urchin that asks It, or to the first It is a common saying that a kind Stay Broken. friend. Connie, there is but one wo- not leave home in a bad temper or so who Importunes shelter Word is nover lost. An illustration of tho truth ocIn enillr e arned by anr mm of either sex In anjr The Olrl I.enrnrd Io Apiirrrlnlo Her man in the world whom I shall ever much engrossed in business that he for his misdeeds. I art of llio country, win, l willing to work Indus. curred one afternoon recently at tho call wife, and that is you! Shall wc can not bid his wife an affectionate Every Superintendent County I.over Heron- - It Wan Tn I. IP, Irluuiljr at the vmploruunt which wr fumlih. corner of Sixteenth and Arapahoe Hie labor Ii light nnd lrn.atit( nml you run no and nil KnilN Writ. begin our love life again?" farewell. An unkind word at parting should give his trustees a raking streets. A number of newsboys rink whatever. We lit oil out cniiiiiIc(e,o that and AI.HANY THI.KOHASI. you can glvo the liu.lnrsi a trial without expense So they were engaged a second may make her sad nil the day, for over, fore and aft, for their neglect of bootblacks woro gathered there, nnd in youneir. Kur thole willing lii il a Utile work, "Are you writing a novel, dear?" time, and Kate Laurence was brides- business ntfd strange faces do not di- this precious piece of property the tlil. Ii the gramluit olfcr luiuli. You can work in tho course of their interchange of all dar, or In the online only. If you are m. nsked Kate Laurence of lier friend, plojcd, ami harcn few spr Im'iri at your dls. maid. vert her thoughts ns they do those of district school house. We close with compliments and discussion as to tho ionl, uilllio litem, anil add tu jour Ineoin., Connie I.ultrell, who had been liend-in- g oyr business will not Intirlirr nl nil. You will her husband. Too often the husband another strong assertion: Not two Btato of business affairs in their little .Mr. lie llirl'N I'amiililcl, (iMlty nml rale henmuiid im the ntnrt nl lln over her writing desk for some takes the loving little courtesies of country school houses In five have a world somo little unpleasantness ocliv which ion nmam dollar iinu ilullar.ilaylnand IIAUI'KK'.S YOUNO PKOI'M!. curred. A boy of moro than ordiilay out. Ktoi beeliiiiert nre u rs.iid fioiu tin time. fir.t hour. Any one can rim the lniMue.i none There lived, many years ago, in his wile as n matter of course, and key that can be found. nary sizo for his ago (ho could not "More unfortunate business," said You liuulil try nothing ilc until )ou ice fall. o fur round! what Jim tan tin tit the bu.lnesi Ireland, a barrister by the name of seems to think that they need not be havo been moro than fourteen) The XcwNpnper Uet There. break"I am wlikh we ulTrr. Nu capital illcd. Womrii are Connie, with a laugh. For himself he could involved in an angry discusBethel, who was rather proud of his returned. NATIONAL ADVr.IlTISEU. itnuid woikrrsj nowadays llit-- make e imicli my engagement to I.tigh Suming It i io ni men. 'liter should trr this Ihi.Iimm, at The statement attributed to John sion with one of his fellows, n littlo attainments, and who liked to show scarcely do without the good-by- e will nilnntul in tlit in. Write" lit mire nml tea for mers." bootblack about twelve years old, his door which fortifies him tor the Wanamakcr that he considered a jouruir. Addrcis II, ll,l.l.i:'IT Hi CO., them off in the writing of pamphlets. h Hot mho, i'orllanil, Mo. "Poor fellow." and it looked as though they would advertisement in a small count- como to blows. One of these, said by those who have business of the day. Let him appre"Oh, I linvn't seen him for n jear, ciate these thingiJbefore it is too late. ry newspaper more effective than one Just at this moment Superintendand I dare say he'll be as glad to get seen it to be anything but valuable, Sweet were the words uttered at a hundred thousand circulars rccieved ent L N. Tooko, of tho Helping was upon the subject of the union oltas I am." meeting and parting before marriage, a remarkable Illustration recently Hand institute, chanced to bo pass"Hut, you are not in love with any- between Ireland and Kngland. and there is not the slightest reason when Secretary McDonald, of the ing. He was attracted by tho angry Meeting a witty acquaintance some body else, arc you?" hazarded Kate. why the wedding ceremony should Portland, (Me.) Y. M. C. A., stood up voices and threatening attitude of OOteBl "No, but every woman has a right days alter the publication of his put an end to the courtship. young gladiators, who were being iftuMit at n meeting of the organization and tho ??.00 to change her mind," said Connie, pamphlet, Bethel was asked by him urged to blows by their fellows. . tlMt'OIVttH why he had not informed him of its Unci IlnllrnliMl Io ,lhc Memory or stated that he was curious to kuow Stepping in the midst of tho crowd, impatiently. Udif.q ol Mr. Frnnrlo Morris. IT ' IMT . IV what method of advertising reached with a gentlo hand and a few timely MTl.H . J U IB... VTT MtAT ,SBXT"T, The letter was posted in time and appearance. Dear sister, you have gone the most people. He had circulated words, he separated tho young dispu"I wonder you didn't tell me you'd acquie.se- an answer came, pleasantly several thousand little dodgers giving tants nnd at tho samo timo spoke written it, Bethel," said the witty So soon after brother,, ing in Kate's decision. fl.75 ! kindly to them about the unmanli-nes- s And left another vacancy notice of the meeting, nnd he requestacquaintance. "I never saw it until Strange to say, she felt a muyed VRBow of a largo boy striking one In the home of our mother. ed those who had seen them and . I yesterday, and only then by, the VL' 111 ' that Leigh agreed with her so readily. smaller and weaker than himself. We dare not question providence, been moved to come by that means to Tho boys dispersed and went their Somehow she felt more worn out merest accident." I rise. The hall was packed with peo several ways. "Well, how did you like it?" asked To understand the cause, came, so than usual when vacation Tho next morning, as ho was on ple, and of the entire number only Why God so suddenly, HiiIiton Bethel, who was fond of praise, and she went to the seashore. his way to his office, "ho spied the litfifteen arose. Then Mr. McDonald was anxious to hear what was forth- Doth execute his laws. was very gay. asked those who had been attracted tlo bootblack at tho same corner. coming to gratify his vanity. "Summers I.cigh is coming to morAs ho was passing tho boy hailed Which in the garden of Eden by notice in the newspaper to stand him, saying: I like it?" repeated the "How did row," said an old friend, Ccilonei Were irrevocably proclaimed, up, and the vast majorty of the au"Mister, I'd like to black your Gordon, whom she met nu the Jietch. other. "Why, it contained some of Because, there sin began dience stood upon its feet. boots for you. I won't charge you noTWp. "How odd," said Kate. "I tnee the best things I ever saw in a pamph It's incessant reign. nothin for it. You saved mo from a let on any subject." Best Calf Qboo In tho world for tb. prio. knew a I.cigh Summers " There is more Catarrh in this seclickin lost night, nnd I'd like to W. L. DoURlnn .boeaareaoldaT.tyirbata. Dear sister, how sadly "I am very proud to have you say trforybodr ebould wear them. It la a doty "It's quite a romantic history. He como up to your office every day tion of the country than all other disyou ovro younelt to jot tho boat Tala. toe has inherited a fortune from n tntitcr-tin- t so," said Bethel "very proud, in- Wc missed thee at home your tsoniy. Econotaicelnroutiootvraaxtrr eases pnt together, and until the and block 'em up for you." Vuiohualng- W. L.. DouglnsShOOS.wbioh For on our arrival, deed. And ah what were the uncle, who, being a I.cigh, ni.tur- Mr. Tooko was taken by surprise rapreeent tho beat value) at taa ptloe last few years was supposed to be inThe sad news was borne. things that pleased you bo niticli?" nbovb, a. thousand, can teeUfy. j ally wished the name to be perpetuat- and questioned tho little fellow as to curable. For a great many years docNo "Mince-pies,- " ? said the other. his home and condition in life. cd. So lie has tran.storiuul his own By our sweet neice, Mabel, uf frntlil. NflnerenurnewltboutW.I. tors pronounced it a local disease, and Poiiklas narre nmt x rice stamped oa bottom. Loos "I ain't got no father or mother. "What?" cried Bethel, his face The dear little one, appellation, and a splendid young u 1. n hi il ;vu uu,. prescribed local remedies, and by conBoth dead. I lives with my aunt, turning purple. W. 1.. Ileuglut, Ilrockton, Man. Soldbr fellow he is. For whom so many kindnesses, stantly failing to cure with local but she's drunk pretty near all the "Mince-pies,- " repeated the other. My sister, you have done. "Handsome, polished, full of that h. F. WU.ltNl.lt, II trtfonl, Ky. time, nnd I've got to hustlo for mytreatment, pronounced it incurable. case which springs from nnturil good "I saw a girl coming out of a pastry self. It's pretty hard sometimes, We found mother crushed Science has proven catarrh to be a too, I tell you. Ain't made much breeding. I don't know of man in shop, and she had three steaming constitutional disease, and therefore, this mornin. Sometimes I gets pretwrapped up in your Beneath the great weight hot mince-pic- s the rising generation, that is, who .vCsBUYTHECx, requires constitutional Sister not because you'd treatment. ty hungry nnd nothin to eat; then has impressed me more favorably. Do pamphlet. They were fine. Did you Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by again I have a food day and eat out Entered the pearly gate. mince-pie- s in all of them?" have you not ngree with me.MissI.uttrcll?" F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is o' Bight" Bethel's further remarks are not No, you was her first and "I I don't know!" stamaicred Tho kind hearted superintendent the only constitutional cure on the quoted, but it is to be presumed that Her afflicted daughter, Connie." took tho youngster to his office and market. It is taken internally in gave him an order for a substantial Had been her solace "I can't remember It's ages and he turned on his heel and treated his doses from 10 drops to a breakfast, which made tho boy's oyes I have seen him. We were witty friend with silent contempt Through much troubled water. ages since It acts directly on the fairly dance, and almost every mornever afterward. both children then " Said you had taxed yourfe'eble frame blood and mucous surfaces of ing ho is met by the young polisher the sys"Ah! indeed!" siid the colonel. "Any Tori In i Nlorin." Beyond measure tem. They offer one hundred dollars of boots, who never fails to solicit Tilings were indeed transposed That's a good maxim, but it will For her comfort in old age', for any case it fails to cure. Send for the privilege of putting on a gratui now. One niglit, wlien sue was intous shine. Denver Kepublican. not work as a rule in the purchaselof And, also, her pleasure. circulars and testimonials. Address, vited to a reception at which Mr. a Remedy for Rheumatism. Any of F. J.Cheney & Co.,Toledo, O. Shall a Woman Tell Her AgeT Oh, what shall I say of B. Leigh was expected to attend, Con- the cheap nostrums will not effect a Ono burden falls to the lot of the JkiTSold by Druggist, 75c. Your darling daughter. 39 im nie's heart throbbed tumultuoti.tly. cure in fact none of them will. Don't single woman which is more keenly She is trying hard to sail ' My old lover," she said to herself trifle with life and prolong agony. felt in society than elsewhere. TrivnuCSTfl llfilfmZX.Knr MOOT Ilnb's Notion orCknrlfy. troubled water. ;rs,ss imsr BM'".D". "My discarded suitor! How strange Get Dr.Drummond's Lightning Rem- O'er the i What is charity? That's what the ial and foolish ns it mny seem, few all this has come alxnit! I wonder edy, and a speedy cure is certain. Pleads constantly for little interrogation point in my heart ore aware of its extent and reality, .'.( ii- - W and even the most sensible and sucwhat he will say when he meets me!" One bottle is worth a hundred of any- Strength from above, x MINJUOiy iavammmmmmmmmmmi asks once in awhile. I look in the cessful women nro sometimes its vicMr. Leigh met his tortucr flame thing else, and for that reason it is Which God will soon grant Bible and it says: "Charity is kind tims. Public sentiment, especially THE DEST IS THE CHEAPEST. with the utmost calmness, as it hap- the cheapest when a cure is wanted. For she is a child of his love. and suffereth much." I look out on in cities and unprovincinl towns, has Band TEN cent to 38 Union 8q., V.. Y., pened. Of druggists, or sent to any address for our prlte Ram.! " Blind Luck," and the world, and ask, and it says: outgrown to a considerable extent Sorrow on every visage win a New Howe Bowing Machine "We are old fi tends, are we not?" by express. Drummond Medicine Co., tho ungnllnnt habit of considering a "Charity giveth largely to subscrip There was revealed, responsible for her acre. But Tho New Homo Sowing Machine Co, said he. "May I have the honor ol 0 Madcn Lanc.New York. Agents tions and has monuments erected to woman Not because you're roaming ORANQI, MA8S. there still exist plenty of men and your hand for the next dance? It is wanted. 9Rfiwny fjwiiVTTf'. 39 3t The Elysiau fields. it," and then I come back home and women who havo a ready word of a waltz I believe." think. scorn or reproach for the unmarried Mr. ll..iint, Kx.t'nnrcilrnlr, Ilntila But this vacuum in our hearts So the meet was over and Connie lua-U- And I remember that fhe other day singlo woman whose youth has Hon ii Hip American Fine; ".tout.' FOR SALE BY And old home was angry at herself for fancying it (IND.) KXQUIRIM. CANNKIVTON I saw a man pick up a lame child passed. It was but natural sister, would be different from any other On account of this sentiment many Drawn by unseen agencies the flag and carry it across the street that women are sensitive, and not withcasual introduction. sank from sight and a minute later For us all to mourn. was charity. out reason, to inquiries about age. "Oh, you fool!" she apostrophized the Hawiian emblem was hoisted to But oh, sister, can we live And I remember that when I was They refrain from allusions which 1 in thelookiiig-glassthntnigliherself its place. Not a cheer, scarce a sound Without you here? SSa' sick somebody came in out of the sunmight lead to tho discovery of a seS3 "Oh, you horrid, mean spirited little accompanied the transformation. 'Twill only seem so strange, shine and the gladness, and made me cret only, because the curious and i J idiot! I havn't a particle of patience Associated I'kkss Dispatch. rude make such ago a matter of ridiOh, me, and so drear. happier by reading to me that was i j with you. You ought to be shut up Not a cheer was heard, not joyous cule. The only remedy for this dissji charity. Farewell dear sister, I'll soon comfort is in the cultivation of a difin a convent or thrown down a well shout, And I remember once when nn un ferent public sentiment Helen M. As the flag from its height they Meet thee on high, or something dreadful." kind word might have hurt a young North in Harper's Bazar. Mean while will implore God lowered; And then, poor girl, she sat down girl, nnd it was left unsaid that was Like an eagle that sinks when its My tears to dry. and cried bitterly. wings are clipped, A ConrersaUou. charity. The vacation went by like a happy, Oh, God! please heal all It sank from where it had soared. A conversation between Dr. Mo And I remember that when a word fevcre 1 dream. Uy turns Connie did Our broken hearts of encouragement would have helped Gosh and a friend turned upon theaand sadly they watched it not know whether she was utterly Slowly come down, ters and theater going, whoso value And may we never from a downcast man, it was given that tho learned divine stoutly questioned. miserable or unreasonably happy. Bright theme of verse and of story, Thy preceps depart was charity. His hearer was only partly conShe wished herself back a thousand Their hearts were so full they conld Lord look in pity on My friends, charity isn't of ne- vinced. "Everything," sho insisted, " not speak Vw.j'ii . times at Clayham, and yet whenever i!! cessity the giving of money or the "upon overy hand points to the As they silently hauled down "Old Our aged mother she thought ol leaving Brighton she Il Catea C!Ji,Couht8ora Throat Croap.Ia4ul And may thy comforting Angel goodness of your own heart and hand- need of umusemeut'' Tho venerGlory." WhMplor Cough, Bronchltla and Anhnia. A was overwhelmed with despair. e cur. for Coaiumptloa In tUitlaUcn, and Around her ever hover. ing over to whomsoever may need it. able doctor regarded her quizzically a cur. rtllif In adrancu ataria. Uio at one The IllrtU nre rot rilled, Too. with uplifted eyobrows. "Ah, but," "What is to be the end of this?"she nlll tetth. etctlliat cffict after taklrc th( A heart Is funny thing. The more of ho argued, "can you show me where ST. LOUIS RP.PUni.IC Crit dci. ' Soli by detl.ra ITerrwtire. Zarra Brothers and sisters, wc are thought. Of course he will marry ViUettOnataaaitLOO. it you get. That is the reason that is pointed out the need of amuserst" There are several places in the West Now only eight Miss Vaudcleur. She is rich and kind and lovable and charitable peoNew York Times. in Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona And another will soon enter beautiful and exactly suited to be his ple are called Are you mid Utah in particular where large The golden gate. wife. Everybody sajs so, but Praiseworthy Effort.. on the list? I hope you are. If you She turned away with a choking petrified, ogatized, silicized or jasper-ize- d Mother You naughty boy I You've Oh, blessed Savior who of us are not then join your hand with trees are found. These, as far as boon fighting. sensation at her heart. May be the one? mine and see what we ran do togethI have been informed, nre lying Littlo Sou No, ma. "I," she cried, "I who have always May we hear the welcome . er, tor when the list is presented be"How did your clothes get torn and despised lovesick damsels, to think down. Not so with the petrified for- Plaudit, well done. fore the big white throne I want to your faco get scratched?" of Custer county, Idaho. This that this should be my fate! But I est "I was try in to keep n bad boy have written on it in golden letters, And when we all quit my last forest of stone, according to the diswill go to the ball from hurtin n good littlo boy." the name of Bab. V. B. Schemerhorii, seems to Our walks among men,' night here and then back to the sld coverer, "Thnt was noble. Who was tho I tnibt there will be 110 less then, have all been standing at a time when good littlo boy?" life." A Noted Mluetrcl. CURES NOTHIHQ BUT PILES. "Mo I" Exchange. Miss Vandeleur was there, in pale the whole section was overflowed Thau our number ten. M. T. Skiff, formerly business manwith a stream of plastic clay. This pink tulle and pearls', and on her finAnd may we on that gieat day, ager for W. J. Scanlan.the Irish ComA SURE and CERTAIN CURE Tho Very Heat lie Had. ger there sparkled a credent of dia- clay settled around the trunks of the Meet father and mother, known for 10 years as the BEST A man was traveling lntely while edian, suffered with rheumatism for forest giants, converting them into REMEDY FOR PILES. monds. Connie's loss of Without years without relief until he bought a afflicted with a bad cough. Ho anrwptrM y mtiiinpsoy ipiri to., st. tons. she saw the ring, heart sank when stone, leaving the tops sticking out. Dear sister the brother. one or Lightning noyed his fellow travelers greatly, bottle of Drummond's till finally one of them remarked in a "They are engaged," she thought. In the course of time the fumes from M.JAN15 GIM.MOHK Two bottles made a well tono of displeasure: Remedy. "Oh, I knew I was sure it would the plastic mass, which is of volcanic "Sir, that is ft very bad cough of origin, transformed the limbs to stone Abilxc arMclimil Hoiincn. Trimteca, n man of him. There are a thousand be so!" 4 Sclentlflo American Word. remedies lor rheumatism, but none yours 1" fc Aflonoy forA But after Leigh had danced one gal- also, and now the whole is a standing llOMK AND SClIOOt. "True, sir," roplied our friend, have received the unsolicited testiop with Miss Vandeleur he crossed forest of solid rock. The next strangest thing to the monials from prominent people as "but you will oxcusome;it'B tho best the room to where Connie was sitting rarity of good school houses is the shown by Drummond's Lightning I'vo got." Exchange. Wedded Mian. all pale and drooping. ISXCIIANGR. manner in which the few good ones are Remedy. Ask you druggist for it, or I.' ijaBavJk IVXB 'urTSaiWi me unKnonn. "Miss Luttrell," said he gently, Most people begin married life hop- neglected by the trustees. Bad as send to the Drummond Medicine Co,, BamaB A fresh story of alarming adventuro in amm wm vi OAVIATB. mai ing and expecting that thep will be arc our public highways, if they were "may I speak to you?" Maiden Lane, New York. a newly settled country couius from a TRADE MARKS. "He is going to tell me now," happy in it. They fancy that marri- not better kept than our schoolhouses Agents wanted. known Indian painter. Some years DESIGN PATENTS, 39 at wellho eOPVRIQHTS. ato. ago was traveling in Montana. Ho thought the girl, with a jump at her age has a magic power of conferring not one overseer in ten would escape ireaiianaDoor write to irorinrormaiion ana 1IIIIIAUWAV, went to tho breakfast tablo in a mounMEW YOUC MIJNN X C0 80I heart. "Oh, why does he select me happiness almost in spite of them- indictment; nor would the school 01 Jcit bureau for aecurlnir ratenta In Ara.rlea. Notice. tain hotel and sat waiting for somo ono KTCrjrt'atcnt taken ontbyua la brouglit bofore selves, and are quite surprised when trustees escape it if the County Supfor his confident?" Any persons having claims against to take his ordor. the public by a notloo kItvo (re ol chirga la tb. But she answered with a shadowy, experience teaches them that domes- erintendent did his whole duty. Suddenly ho felt a jar and then a the estate of W. B. Hardisty will presickly sort of a smile: tic felicity, like everything else worth Here is a strong nsscrtion and Mr. sent them to me properly proven. heavy weight resting on his shoulders. Ho looked around Lareeit ctrenlatlon of any aclentlSe paper In tie "Oh, certainly; of course." having, must be worked for. If no Superintendent, we would be glad if Also all persons indebted to said es- upon and over him a and found leaning' world, bplondldlr llluitrated. Mo Int.lllnat lingo, bearded man, man ahould bo without It. Weekly. 93.00 a "Connie, you accepted me once and two people have it so much in their you would test its accuracy in your tate will settle at once and save cost. in a broad brimmed hat and with two (1 Jtl nx niontb.. Addren ItpNN A CO, XiiLuuKU, aOl Jiroadway, Mew York Uly. " revolvors sticking in his belt. per April 17, 1893. then you rejected me power to torment each other as hus- county, namely: Not twenty-fiv- e H. S. Ward, "Woll, old feller, wha'll ye have'" said faltered Connie; "I that band and wife, it is their bounden cent, to the country school' house Ex'rofW. B. Hardisty. tho man. is I didn't reject you. I thought I duty to guard against this liability doors arc locked at night and at least Westerfield, Ky. 38 5t "Who aro you?" asked tho artist in disbJt BROWK'S IRON BITTERS had changed my mind, but now now by cultivating the habit of domestic ten per cent, are not even closed. may. Curt) Imllft'iHou, lllllotuuvu, D)rrpila, Mala, "Met" said the man. "I'm tho waiter." rla, Ken ouineu, and (Icneral Drbillty. I'hyil-elaFor this reason it is Yet the trustees took an oath to I am sure I love you us much as I ev- politeness. SEND twelve cents in postage rocommcnil It. AllilcaKra wlllt. Oenulnt Youth's Companion. to see a young wife, or an perform their duties, and there is no stamps to 39 Corcoran Building, Washon wrapper, er did." pleasant hai trade mark, and croticd red lines She spoke the rash, daring words in old one either, for that matter, going higher duty than to protect the school ington, D. C, and you will receive Evolution. "Watts I wonder what becomes of answer to a sudden light in his eyes; to the foot of the stairs or to the hall property bought with the people's lour copies of Kate Field's WashingMan f Persons the next 'instant her hand was clasped door, with her husband when he goes money. The neglect of school prop- ton, containing matter of special in- these messenger boys after they grow Are broken down from orerwork or houteboUl up? tightly in his. Suddenly she with- to his business in the morning, and erty is an outrage upon common de- terest. Give name and address, and Drowu's Iron Bitter Potts Some of them develop into os. rebuild! the lyitem, alda dlcNtlon, reraorei in the evening. cency. The average trustee never where you saw this advertisement, ty sified men, I imagine, welcoming him back drew if with a start. Indianapolis aaajoi bUfcawtvurairatUarla. Ut'.tbefeouiBa, Journal. '" and Courier-Journboth one year for only $1.75. The Republican la Airance. and the Cosmopolitan, a leading magaNO. 41. zine, for only $3.00. PROFESSIONAL CARD. J". Ed-wirRowe ATTORNEY AT LAW, HAHTFORD, - - KENTUCKY. n ONE DOLLAR EVERY HOUR law-break- """"" CtIquxl cSc "Wedding, J. . a. wiDtta. HARTFORD, KY. (Office, over Amlcraon'a Ilacaar.) Will practice their provision In nil the court e Ohio nnd niljolalng counties, nnd court of Appeal. Special attention javen to cnmtnnl practice ana collection!, T2n23lj James uTk. Snaitli, Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice h!a profession Ip Ohio and one-Inc- the court of Appeata. bpecia attention given to collection!. Office north aide public, square. TlTIf E. D. C1UFFY. Aoy'jdSF f ' i Gxiffy 6s ISlngro, B. D. RINGO. Attorneys at Law. Will practice In nil courta of Ohio And adjoining counties, and In Superior Court and Court of Appeals. Collection, nnd all legal buslnesa attended iv. unit?, o, aa .. .narKt i ttiiartrord, Ky .'liW Perry WesterfUld ATTORNEY AT LAW, W. S3 SHOE L DOUGLAS TZ. 12. "Wed.clim.s', (Office in Crewder Ilulldlng.) Will practice his profenlon In all the courta ol Ohio and adjoining counties. Alao Notary Roliae, 2vm Xjm Attorney at Law, sjymm r2nwTr Public fli-Tn- I Will prncllcohls profession in ail the Courla et Ohio nnd adjoining counties, and In the Court ef Hartford, Ky. i-- ATTORNEY HeaTin, AT LAW, Iight Running Appeali, Special attention elrcn to collection. Office, over Williams, Bell 4 Co'a drugstore. i- - teas-spoonf- Willi m H "55jBfi2i!:&r DENTIST. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Is prepared to do all kinds of Dental work at reasonable prices. ,tc 48-5- t. ; nnw mi MVriU,vn 19 BLUER. .JS,i322?r."TJ I' ".' n"T on kidney!, apleaianlUiatlve. eteraaeli, line 11,1. drink la JJjbj'ntrio. and If prtparnl (oraMaawua. mmamm mm rlJir.US3!!tQJp-zl... - iMWiflRrSfflfij mm PLEASSHT BRIQHT AND lAHESHEDICmE at pectin. U All drnnrlatt sell It 60a and 11.00 a Toucan not aetlt,sendrouraddr.a.rorr.uauipl.. " ." la. b.KrlcMB OBATOU V COlfM AID. Lciiur, S. V? lTll,r l'fll'l" f. . - KOHUaxiaTKT. BMTUOXUJTT. 1 1 WORMS! WHITE'S CREW Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY great-hearte- tabler'sdii c bugkeyelIU OINTMENT: M J ViRMlfME FOR 20 YEARS BOTTLE GUARANTEED. BOLD EVERYWHERE, rweswa r biciudm mibiciii to., it. ton. Tfre Quarterly Register of COc Stifle Coplei, Fir Tear, BoiadToUmsi, 1.00 $1,0 V"jiFB r cu.01 s.ofa iwt JMiaalafM "A imM. Usui? i.d i puMkttloa. lis, nach ilnKk with iht tuUit or solid ufotmtUon a... K.!'!.5olldns 1st. so imsll a compui." ritcS. J. C SCHUJlMAN, Cnwll UaJlsrtlt, H. . su. brttadlar Bootullcsi aad UlOUf koUl ll.VocU, Wko Will alM I.C.I.. N..I tUbKrifSlS. ulflb.aulUdllmttouPtlsc.U Us Total IIiInw JJt,lF '. I1" ' statl. "Ptas tad bound mluaaa, CUHRENT HISTORY, ocntoiT, mich., u. a.a lkn:"iLJw.w.- ua r 9B59 OTHBr M.lMiajMaKWUg wfln-- i wuiusflM. 48-5- 0 Harris Theater. LOUISVILLE, KY. Mrs. P. Harris, R. L. Brittou and T. F. Dean, M'g'rs and Props. The only moderuly built Theater in. the city. The only Theater playing flrsNd&M attractions at popular prices. Situated on West side of Uh aye., between Walnut and Green. Prices 50c,25cl5o nnd 10c. Scientific amevicatt "Y-yes- ," m Pee Brawn'. Ir.a Bitten. Physicians recommend It. All dealen keep It. 11.00 per bottle. Oenula audrwscd redUuesonwrapfen kM trade-mar- k FORDlSPBrSIA i: $ 'V . .v! -- V AV .ill "A-- t. " ' ; w x. V Hartford Republican !- WASHINGTON. The President Jletnrneil to the I'nplUI. and Cnblnct OIHeern - ' PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. If Hon. Carles Foster, of the Treasury, isn't the proudest FRIDAY, MA.Y 12, 1893. man in Ohio he ought to be. Every newspaper reader remembers how the Ohio county always come in for Democratic press took up the charge made by Congressman Springer and her share of the honor. other Democratic members of the It was estimated thai the largest House, when Mr. Foster's report of crowd in Louisville for many years the condition at the close of the prewas there Wednesday and Thursday. sent fiscal year was submitted to Con gress last December. He was chargAt one of Sam Jones services the ed with purposly juggling the figures other day three thousand women stood in that report so as to make it appear to testify their determinations to that a surplus of available cash would fight the whiskey traffic in the city. remain in the Treasury at the close ol the fiscal year, whereas Mr. Springer It is no t a little queer that every- and other Democratic know-it-all- s body who went from Hartford to bear were absolutely certain, at least they Sam Jones left home condemning him said they were, and that there would and came back praising him. Sam be a deficit, and that Mr. Foster knew is truly u man of magnetism if notb-in- g it nnd was trying to hide it. Now more. Mr. Springer and his associates, as well as the Democratic editors, who We would call the attention of our rang the silly charges for weeks, ' readers that while there may be a should crawl into holes and pull the good deal ot wind used in running a holes in after them, for it is officially newspaper, there is another ingredi- stated by Democratic Treasury officent called money, it is also quite nee ials that the available surplus on June essary. Make yourself and the editor 30, next, the end of the present fiscal feel good by paying up and a year year, will be about $2,700,000. whereas Secretary Foster had estimated last uhcad. December that it would be $2,000,000. The meeting ot the National Lea- Mr. Foster should send Congressman gue, of Republican Clubs, at Louis, Springer a telegram reading: "I told ville marks an era in the political you so. Charles Foster." affairs of the South. It means, if it When Mr. Cleveland and those means any thing, that Kentucky and members of his cabinet who accomthe Solid South are to bo made a bat- panied him to the World's Fair retle ground for the political parties turned to Washington they found the s smilingly waiting them, and not merely "a recruiting ground" for the Democratic party as it has nlthough some of the waiters openly been for a quarter of a century. A acknowledge that they have reached and hungry" stage. But as few years at most, will sure break the the "hot one member of the cabinet remarked, Solid South, and, wheu it is broken "let them have patience, for that is the Chinese wall of political ignor all that the most of them will get." ance and prejudice that has surround"Uncle Jerry" Rusk has gone home ed so long will crumble away. The and Washington will know him no fact that the South is solid and boasts more, until another Republican Presit is an obstacle in the way of the de- ident is innaugurated. He will stop velopment of the fair Southland. a few days at the World's Fair before a resuming his place as a WisThe niic Hepnbllcnn Meeting nt again consin farmer. "Unclejerry" carries Louisville. On Tuesday the Kentucky Repub- away with him the good wishes of That is lican League Club met at McCauley's everybody in Washington. Theater in Ixroisville with alarge and something that can be truthfully enthusiastic attendance. Quite an said of few members of any cabinet; interesting mctting was had and the but he deserves all, and more, than various delegates and members of can be said in his praise. He never various Committees for the National j had the "big head," that attacks He left so may public officials. Col. J. S. R. Wedding, of this city, Washington as he entered a plain, without solicitation on his part, was honest straightforward man. made an alternate, which was quite a There is a condensed sermon on the deserving compliment. The Garfield tariff question contained in the folRepublican Club gave a banquet at lowing remarks made in this city by night at their elegant quarters on Mr. George Beard, a large iron manSixth Street. On Wednesday at 10:30 ufacturer of Glasgow. Saidhe: "The the National League met at McCau- iron and steel trade of England and ley's Theater with representatives Scotland is suffering considerable depresent from almost every State and pression just now, because ot overTerritory in the Union. President production. The output has increas I hope Clarkson called the meeting to order ed faster than the demand. and Col. Andrew Cowan introduced your people will soon repeal the Mayor Tylor who extended the dellaw, for since it went into ef egates the freedom of the city. Pres- fect my house has not sold a dollar's ident L. J. Crawford spoke on the be- worth of sheet iron or steel in the half of the State League of Kentucky United States." and Hon. A. E. Willson on behalf of Civil Service Commissioner Roose the Louisville League. All the speeches velt, who tendered his resignation to and especially the last one were re- Mr. Cleveland two days after his ceived with much applause. President has, at Mr. Cleveland's Clarkson delivered a ringing address, personal request, withdrawn the outlining present political problems and consented to keep his and their solution. The League ad- present position. journed for the evening races at There is a general disposition here Churchill Downs and at night met at to criticise the failure to extend inPheonix Hill to enjoy the great mu- vitations to Harrison sical treat and to listen to the speeches and Morton to atof some of the big guns. tend the naval review and the World's The greatest enthusiasm prevailed Fair. It was certainly a very unuthrouhgout the whole meeting, which sual lack ol courtesy on the part of adjourned yesterday. It is the most those who sent out the invitations. important political gathering held Secretary Herbert is the guilty man, South of the Mason and Dixon line so far as the naval review is concernsince i860. ed; but there seems to be a doubt as time and any to who is to blame for the failure to Ice for sale at any tf invite them to the World's Fair. It quantity, at Williams Bros. will be remembered that Mr. Cleveland was invited to attend the dedicaWill Adjourn. Ky., May 8. The tory ceremonies, held at Chicago last Frankfort, House Committee on Rules this after- September. Having received about all the noon agreed to report to the House resolution providing that "glorv" that could be abstracted a the General Assemby adjourn sine from his alleged snubbing of the die at noon on Tuesday, June 13 next. Wall Street Bankers, it is now stated that Secretary Carlisle has not only Some of the members lavoredndjourn ing at an earlier date and holding an promised to go to New York, if another adjourned session next fall, but June flurry occurs, to confer with the unani-mouslaforesaid Wall Street Bankers, but al13 was finally agreed upon so to pay them lor the use of any gold has repeatedlyagreed he may find it necessary to borrow As the Senate to adjourning resolutions it is certain from them. Verily, this administrathat this resolution will be satisfac-tor- y tion is a queer compound; but so is to that branch. It may have op- the party that put it in office. position in the House, but will most Protection mid I'rleei. likely be adopted. LOUISVILLE COMMERCIAL. If the miestion is asked, why arti IlKtX'lt FORK. under protection, the having some very cles are cheaper May 6. We are answer is a plain one. Price is gov bad weather. erned by the law of demand and supWe are glad to announce that Robdemand increases and the being confined for ply. If the ert Drickey, after same, remains the supply some time with a spinal affection, is the prices go up. If the demand reimproving. mains the same the prices go down. Miss Grace Taul, who has been very The old policy of the British Gov low for some time, is better. did a ernment when it controlcd our trade The storm of April the 30th, was clearly outlined in an article, on great deal of damage in this neigh"Trade." published in London, as borhood, blowing down fences, timour Amer Gabriel Brick follows: Manufactures of ber, and, even barns. ican colonies should be discouraged ey's barn was unroofed, luckily there and prohibited. We ought always was nothing in the barn at the time to keep a watchful eye on our colonies in the way of stock. to prevent them from setting up any It is reported that W. C. Taul lost of the manufactures which are carried hurrithree hundred dollars by the on in Great Britian, and any such atcane. May God give us grace to betempts should be crushed in the believe, ginning. It is proposed that they be The people are becoming discouramanufacturing hats, Lay low nrohibited from ged with so much rain. stockings or leather of any kind, or boys, the time will come for setting weaving either woolen, or spinning or tobacco before long, bringing with it combing wool, or working in any all the glory of spring and more sore manufactures of iron further than Dickkns. backs than a few. making it into pig iron." m m In a speech made in the House of C'nrd oITrmih. To our neighbors and many friends Commons, Mr. Broghman declared we return our thanks for kindness "it was well worth while to incur a shown and assistance rendered in our loss upon the first exportations in son's last sickness. May the bless- order, by the glut, to stifle In the cradle those infant manufactures in the ings of God ever be with you. United States which the war had en J. w. and N. J. Stevens. office-seekery y. JO. B. BOUF.Rfl, Editor and ProprUtcr. to the mental idiots who are rc.ip.ini.ib1e for TWER'S HOLDOVER CABINET. natural order of things." The ad- so much of the failun- - of jiislioc. On Daniel Wcb.ter'r. Speech and the Ilopljr ol vice was followed and the articles the face1 of the icj'.imon ...d.ist him the Nnwly Choien Irclitrnt. I had qulto n chut eomo tlmo ago were thrown on our market in a per- he appears to have been a with General John Tyler, tho eon fect deluge. Our manufactures went cd, thoroughly selfish s o ndrvl . f down like grain before the mower, having satisfied Ins ilcsire In jieslily and private nocretnry of President Tyler. Said ho: "When my father nnd in New York the principal mer- tired of the poor girl who hived nuil Kucceeded to tho presidency, ho conchants united in n memorial Congress trusted him nnd was willing to sacritinued President Harrison's cabinet It is hi office nntil ho found that they to save our commerce as well as our fice life and honor for hlsn manufactures from utter ruin by in- pretty clear that he dcliherntly ie . woro worklngngninst him. His first creasing the Tariff. It was increased solved to get rid of herein' mar l.i nig j cabinet meeting was hold on tho day and our manufactures were protected her, and nfteiwaid he nUeuipU-- l to succeeding the death of President Harrison, nnd it was perhaps tho against this danger of being forced avert suspicion from himself by rimm- most romnrknblo cabinet meeting in to sell at cost until they were ruined, ing that she w.ih a con firmed 111 r history. manufactures pltine t.Uer. There was no vttlciice, foreign since the "When nil tho Members wero present and tho doom wero closed, Dancould not pay the high duty and sell however, tOMt.stiln tins Hu even rciuscd to ill!" her In bo iel Webster, the secretary of tt ito, at cost. Competition was thus estab buried ns his wife, though ulUTWurd nrose nnd nldivHsctl my futher, saylished. ing: 'Mr. PrcsmVnt. I tnipinwo you Ina;speech made in the United States he prolessed to Imvu loved tic-- ilv.u.y. Intend to miry out tho idem nnd inllnrris was shown to have liven Senate in 1832, Mr.Clay said: "lly customs of your predecessor and Competition the totnl amount of the capable of loving anybody but linn-c- lf that this administration inaugurated supply is Increased, and by the in- and his death remove.- - n villian who by President William Harrison will crease of the supply a competition in had no excuse for his conduct, and us continue in tho same lino of policy on which it has liegnu. Am I right?' the sale ensues, and this enables the to whose guilt there was scarcely the "My futher, much astonished, nodconsumer to buy at lower rates. Of shadow of a doubt. ded his hend almost involuntarily all powers operating on the nffairs of and looked at Mr. Wobstor with mankind , none is greater than that KENTUCKYPfiESS POINTS wonder. Daniel Wobstor straightened himself up nt this and continBy the American of compitition. Ah Seen nnd ltMtrted by Vnrlou CoMvaiid Pavry Buggies and Cb-'- aI ued. excitsystem this vast power has been Kentucky Editor. " 'Mr. Presldout, it was tho custom ed in America and brought Into bein our cabinet meetings of President and collising to act in EDITOR AMI THE WKDPtNV, FEAST. Hnrrison that tho president should presido over them. All measures reEstill Eagle. The table was beauion with European industry." lating to tho administration woro to A great number of factories and tifully decorated, and ns as the gladbo brought before tho cabinet, nnd asmills were then built under protection some sight burst upon our enchanted their settlement was to bo decided AVhitM wo crushed under vision, we hugged our lucky self and by tho majority of votes, each memthat would have been wo free trade. The supply of the arti- was glad to be alive. Oh, ye editors, ber of tho cabiuot nnd tho president cles increased in America, and the in who sit in your solitary sanctums having but ono voto. "My father was always courteous, crease in the sunnlv after the Tariff brooding over the ingratitude of a was imposed, the demand being the heartless world, what will cause you but ho was also Ann. Ho roso to his feet and looking about tho cabisame, put the price down to the to forget the grave responsibilities of net room 'ho wild: 'Gentlemen, I life, and lay aside our cares so comAmerican consumer. am very proud to havo m my cabi(Hoods oi In June, 1890, the price of steel pletely, lor a season of enjoyment as net tMcli nblo statesmen as you huvo rails in London was $30 a ton, and at the good eatables and genuine good proved yourselves to be. I thall Ih posthe same time the price was $30 n cheer which prevail at n country wed- pleased to avail myself of your conn-Be- l nnd advice, but I can nover conton in New York under the high ding feast! ' To use an old expression, ve- being dictnted to as to what I r then puts "the table fairly groaned under its sent to TarifT. The shall or shall not do. I urn tho presthe question, why not repeal the duty weight of good things," but it found ident, and I shnll bo held resjionbiblo on rails? The answer is that the oppo- in the crowd which gathered about it for my administration. I hope 1 nents of the American system have ready sympathizers, who seemed will idinll havo your hearty repealed the Tariff three times in the ing to do all they could to lighten in carrying out its measures. So long ns you mh) fit to do this 1 shall lw history of this country. The country the burden. clad to havo you with mo. When was again and again deluged with THE Sl'RINR SEASON" OPENS. you think otherwise, I will bo equalgoods, and the American mills were Lexington Gazette. A truthful ly glad to get your resignation.' w II Mil IBlMiWHl ruined. The number of factories de- friend vouches for the following, "This," concluded General Tyler, creased, and as soon as the foreign- which he says happened under his "nettled tho question, and thero was ers got control of our markets they own eves: A woman in an ndioininir no further troublo ns to who was tho Pittsburg Dis put the price of all articles up, lne lot was milking a cow in full view ol head of tho cabinet." junct!. price of iron rails in 1846 was 550 a where he sat on his porch. She had A Sntwatlon Fnr Dancing Tattle. ton. The duty was repealed, and the given the cow some corn to cat which . The wits of hoste-e- s tiro becoming ' English manufactures at once put j s,e m..nci,cli composedly, scattering more strained than ever m finding -tnc price uown 10 .40 a ion anu me j somc grains 0 the groluif two gentleman c.ipablo of dancing to atLadies uimblo American mills were ruined. As i,amisome cats sat qi,ictly by intent tend their One reason why Scott's Emulsion of Pure No. .,. Iim.,pss nf ....ii.:,.,, and graceful nro in abundance, but soon as tne loreign matutiacuircs ,fiPr tho dancvregian Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites of Lime got control of our markets by inpor milking was finished, a generous on tho part of men tho art of ing seems to 1h n vanishing quantiand Soda has had such a large sale is because it is ting and selling at cost until their quantity of milk was poured into a ty. A lady writes suggesting tho orAmerican rivals were broken up, tin pan and the cats drank their fill. ganization of an agency similar to "Almost as palatable as millc;" but the best reason is ' tuey again acivanceu uie price 01 ine As goon as they were Mtisfieii botIl those existing in Paris nnd Berlin, that its curative properties are unequalled. It cures foreign rails Irom $40 to $60 and then .,.... tt)rouirh a fence into an adioin- - whero Mtitnblo dancing men could the cough, supplies the waste of tissues, produces for tho occasion. Tho to $80 a ton. ing enclosure ami proceeded, to round lo hired flesh and builds up the entire system. December, 1890, in an address up a number of hens and chickens hired guests would npiear at tho In npjRiintcd armed with guarandelivered before the Reform Club in and drove them through the fence to timo of respeetubility and fitness for Bcotr. Emulsion curoo Cougha, tees Boston, Mass., the Hon. Roger Q. where the cow had scattered the corn. their occupation, lie allotted to their Colds, Conoumptlon, Scrofula, and all Anaomlo nntl Wastlna Mills said: "We can now manufacture These feline friends then laid down duties for tho evening and leave nt a Dlsoaooo. Provonts wasting In in nine months all the goods we can and guarded the chickens till they proper hour, conscious of having phlldron. Almot n. imlntnDtr n done a good night's work and honestadmistl consume in twelve." It is an ifillk. Get only Hip rciiiiImo. had eaten the com, when they got up by Hcolt A lluwno, Chrnibts, Now sion that the increase in the supply and followed the milkmaid in the ly earned a day's pay. Imagiuo how half u dozen to u dozen dancing men 1'orL. Hold by iJl Drusglut. of articles is 22 per cent greater than house. would brighten up n languishing infancy of our the supply. In the dance I Warranted to dance every A LONlt Sl'EKCII. give manufactures hundreds of our laborI.ouisville Commercial. Mr. J. C. item on tho progrnmmo and to any not moro than three dnnces to ers were emplctyed in our mills and Carter spoke in all forty hours in young lady, they would infuw) n treBut thousands of dollars invested. opening the case of this country be- mendous amount of bpirit into tho now thousands of laborers are em- fore the Beliring Sea Commission, and proceedings. Dancing. ployed and millions of dollars invest- he spoke so well that the President of ed. In infancy the price of articles The Wunli of Chllilrrn. the tribunal said: "lean not refrain was nearer the maximum; now it is 2rTma.T.r"rrrr:2!T "Oh, Aunt Annie, I am to bo crefrom thanking you, sir, fortius magthe minimum. If the TarifT was re- nificent speech, which has been charmated tomorrow," exclaimed n binall boy joyously on his arrival home pealed now and the country flooded actered by a loftiness of view well from school ono afternoon. "Now, by the foreign surplus of manufacThat does tho child mean cremated or proworthy of this high court." tured articles, it would be overproof eminent British organ, the New York moted" said the aunt to a visitor duction. Thousands of laborers would Times, however, decided before Mr. who was present. "It is what Alice be thrown out of employment and is 1 Carter got nearly through his speech in Wonderland would ciilliiiortmnii-teamillions of dollars be lost in the wreck word," said her companion, "but that this country has no case. lit-tlof our maiiufacturies. The danger it is not 60 bad ns something my I.t:r,ISLATURI. AND TUG RACKS. son said tho other day. He anof being forced to manufacture and Frankfort Capital. It is the com- nounced to every one in tho house 1 sell at cost is greater when the price his luby sister was to lio 'cruciis the minimum, and the need of pro- mon lot of man to walk home from that tho following Sunday. Of course fied' tection at that time is greater than at the races, and the members of the ho meant 'christened.' "Now York Legislature who went to Lexington any other. Tribune. furnish no exception to the rule. An . m - "71 vHX do itr accident at a point four miles fiom A Vllllnn I'niil-lioi- l. dis"It vill do it.'" LOUISVILLK POST MAY, 8 this city delaying their train until a protested uincm-bo- r Caryle W. Harris took his scat in late hour, many of them walked of tho family ' is tlrat had long the electrical chair at Sing Sing pris- home. For their sakes we decline to boon afflicted and paid the death penalty publish the stories told by them of on with a caso of for the murder of his young wife.Hel-e- n the perils of the wreck, as theymight consumption. Reference was Potts Harris. be printed by their home papers. It had to Dr. Fen This case has attracted more atten- is enough to 'state that they were ner'fl Golden Retion than it merited. Harris, though slightly demoralized. The accident, lief. Doubt had a man of some education, was not re- while not very serious, interrupted been expressed that It would euro consumption. The protesting member hud markable in any way save for an ap- travel to a considerable extent yesanywitnessed tho InraUd.the frequent visits parent lack of conscience and feeling. terday, but the road will be clear to- of tho Doctor, and had accompanied the "trips South." Had noticed tho " hectic The moral element was strikingly ab- day. flush," tho "nervous Irritation," tho sent from his mental constitution. "constant cough" tho "profuso expecWELCOMP. TO KENTUCKY. Harris was a dudish fellow and someLouisville Post. Theadvance guard toration." also seen the discontinuance lie had thing of an adventurer. He met Hel- of the great Republican gathering is of all these the administration of Dr. schoolgirl, at a ball which with us. I,ouisville gives them its Fenncr's Uolden Relief, followed by tho en Potts, a M restoration to perfect health, mid ho they both attended, and became her cordial greeting and makes them wel- know tho Golden Relief was what had lover. He never displayed any great come within her borders. Thereis no done It. Ho was "honest and fearless" cnouc-to " toll tho truth." Cures also passion for her until his trial for her politics with our hospitality, and in Borutnroat, bronchitis, colic, dysentery, murder began. Whether their rela- tho name of Kentucky we bid these bruises, burns, cuts nnd nil sores In tions were entirely proper or not was gentlemen to possess the town, and fact, inflammation In any form or jilnco from a corn to & consumption. ISo inno Intlammntion no not brought out, but it was establishif they so dcsiie to paint her a Ver- flammation no corn, tablespoonful doso consumption. Ono ed that they had been secretly mar- million hue. This convention will cures La Grippe, Never disuppolnts. If ried. This seemed to be all that Har- contain a large number of brilliant satisfaction not given, money refunded. home a ris desired, for in a short time after and distinguished men. Men who Take bottle the marriage he began to neglect the have helped make this country what girl. Finally it became appirent it is the greatest and freest on earth. Statement ofthe Condition kiu. Tin-:that she would in a short time become Tariff, Finance and Force Bills are -- OF THE- a mother, and that the relationship of hidden away. They have come to the couple could no longer be con- see this city and this State, and we OF cealed. wish for them bright skies, a delight- proposed Then Harrisa criminal ful meeting and beg of them a kindly At tlio Closo l ItitNliiexx, Jim. operation to his wife. She consented remembrance when they depart. miry 7,1113. finally, after stipulating that a girl friend should be informed of the marhim.. im:akim' RESOURCES. .There is not much news from this riage. The operation was performed . jjjj1'..- 'jit 870,011.82 corner of the country, but will give Bills discounted and the secret of the marriage was 3,000.00 of this Real estate preserved forsome time longer. Then you the latest happenings Furniture and fixtures. . . . 1,000.00 the fact became known, and Helen's neighborhood. Bonds and Bank Stock . . 1,341.07 Miss OUie Smith, of Tenn., is the Debts in suit mother insisted upon having the cere743.64 Septimus Cash on hand 1 4, 1 17.78 mony repcrformed in public. Harris guest of Mr. and Mrs. 17,280.08 demurred on one pretext or another, Williams. She will remain for some Cosh in other Banks had Helen sent back to school, and time in this vicinity. We wish her of $108,395.4!) C. evinced the utmost indifference for a pleasant stay. LIABILITIES. Mr.and Mrs.Julian Ramsey were the his young wife and her reputation. $30,000.00 mother became more im- guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Leach Capital stock The girl's 72,480.85 Deposits portunate nnd at last Harris had a last Saturday and Sunday. 1,144.00 We have an interesting Sunday Dividends unpaid prescription filled for Helen. It callHe will eovo you MONEY by Hiiyiug from IIIM., Will .. 4.30 school at this place. May It do much Due other Banks ed for capsules of quinine ann mor413.01 Discouutand Exchange,. sell you a Buggy, Harness, Lap Duster nnd Whip irom $00.00 ' phia in ordinary doses, but after tak- good, is the wish of your humble Undivided Profits 4,340.73 up to $75,00. The Davis C'arringo Company bus the reputaing several of them according to his scribe. The E. C. Hubbard Republican directions the poor girl was taken 8108,895.40 tion oi building the best Buggy for tho moiioy oi any Factory suddenly ill nnd died, evidently of Club met pcrsuaut to the call and rein Cincinnati. organized and elected delegates to the morphine poisoning. A dividend of 84.00 per share is There is very little room to doubt Louisville Convention. S. L. Stevnow due and payable on deinaud. Harris' guilt. He was made a hero ens and J. B. Rogers were elected . d. K. Cox, Phesident, Namib. and a martyr by the inevitable senti- - delegates. forced into existence contrary WE RECEIVED UST WEEK A wild-bloo- d t - t i tti Free-trade- SIMING WAGONS & CARTS, place on the market, lecling can meet t!ie wants of the sured th.it trade in .STYLE and JDUSI..B!! ITY for very low prices. We invite your cLscst when in need of theso inspection a nice Buggy and Harness. We will itively save you money on any kind of hiclos. TATLOR & CO. Beaver Dam, Ky. I . lull-ties- Good l'rv-arc- .t Scotrs Emulsion FIRE! FIRE! u Some people say there will be great da.iger iire Ihis summer. believe it. My Slock Immense. MUST CL0SE1T OUT AT ONCE. mSEI, I I IK, y beg you ir t to come until The rush pose of my oods. great, and you should be in it. FUSS I fjall and fee tjoiwiiieed tfaat sell Groceries cheaper than You have body in the county. only to see my stock to purchase your supplies. I UST close out. Call and get bavgains. Resp'y, h A. D. "WHITE. to - to-da-y. Com, to Hartford BANK T i'. SPRING OPENING OF L. Field's car Buggies just from the Davis Carriage Company. r , Y So come and judge for yourself. it ' .' i . 4 i V v i BIG BARGAINS -- ATM . A J? Wl A AAA VR J3JCTWWO. Gi WWU & 9 Popular Store. , Every day is a Special Bargain Bay. .We TiO. not sell our Large Stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Carpets, Trunks, Mattings, etc., to match competition, but we propose to seli them lower than eorr. petition. So each farmer desiring to get goods cheaper than any house in the country sell them should not fail to see us at once. 1 V & Mothers love to bring their children to us for Clothing, for three powerful ' reasons. First: We have the Largest and Second: We Loveliest Stock in town. have the politest salesmen in town. Third: The prices are' lower than any house in town. Here are a few leaders: Children Suits 1.00, worth $1.50; a much better one at 1.50, worth twice the money. Men's Suits $4.00, worth $6.00. Blue Cot- tonade Pants 50c. Plow Shoes 81.00. Good Prints 5c. Good Ginghams 8 he Fine White Goods 5c to 20c per yard. A Special Sale of Millinery Goods the balance of May. We Inve the largest and prettiest line in Ohio county, and, they go at prices that make them move. Wo want your Produce, Wool, Eggs and- Feathers. Remember the place, HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION, FA IK MiOS. & CO., Props. v - FKItiAY, MAY 12, ISM. For bargains go to Kahn's. One nice Patent Head Guitar given Stevens & Collins arc the stuff. toaiiyoue Buying $25.00 worth ofgoods g '(except oils and paints) nt my House Buy your Shoes nt Schapmire's. lietwccn this nnd January 1, 1894. Kid Gloves nt Kahn's, the newest at one 7- - $1.00 worth ol goods bought styles. lime entitles purchaser to one ticket. Prices, Guaranteed, at Stevens & Kcsp'y, 25 tickets 1 guitar. ' Collins. I.. B. Br..N. Hartford, Ky. WATTKKSOX. Wnttcnson. Fresh (itoccilcs nt Tracy YKS I tS: PREMIUM! Clothing at Kahn's. Collars and Cuffs at Kahn's. Dress Goods, the newest styles, nt Kahn's. Son. Cnll on Stevens & Collins for Gro- am going to hcnrW.ittcrson. ceries. Towels and Table Cloths at Kahn's all new. Mens', Boys' Children's Caps at Kahn's. Hats and WATTI5RSON (let your I.UNCH at Tracy & Son. Buy your lints nt Carson & Co's. iS: Sec the new Clothing at Carson Co's. When you are in town call on Tracy & Son. I.UXCH nt Tracy & Son when at court Monday. Call fot the Clover I.cal Shoes nt Carson & Co's. M. II. Collins is the place to buy your groceries cheap. When in town Monday, call on M. II. Collins (or your Groceries. When you come to town bring your Eggs and Butter to M. II. Collins. iSlbs of granulated sugar for $1. If you want n good meal stop nt the Hartford House. YOU SHOULD take your the Wntterson Entertainment. Sti;vi:ns & Collins. Remember that C L. Field is the place to stop when you come to girl to town. Call and examine C L. Field's stock of buggies nnd harness next Monday. When in to,vn next Monday go to II Collins for anything you need in the Grocery line. M. MissSnm Collins, the hat trimmer, is over Carson & Co's, big store. Our stock of Shoes cannot be exCakson & Co. celled. We want your produce I Bring your Wool nnd 'Sang to Kahn's and buy your Dry Goods and We hive the best Milliner in the Clothing and save money. Cahson & Co. State. Do you know that you can buy n We will have Irish Bread Saturday fine less suit at Kahn's for evening. Thacv & Son. than any house in Ohio county. II you want n suit ol Clothes, see A great many of Hartford's people Carson & Co., next door to the bank. have been attending the Sam Jones GET YOUR Se.it for the Wattcrson meeting nt Owensboro this week. Entertainment or you will be left Do you know what Sain Jones says? outside. BK GOOD to yourself, nnd buy your Tkacv & Son'. one-thir- d HURRY up the reserved scats will Clothing, Shoes nnd'Hats at ;Kahn's. Wntterson Enter-men- t. Cisebler & Burton will furnish you the best of rigs, saddle horses or conIT HAS been reported that every- veyances. I,cave your orders with night, them. body will be here and we believe it. Mr. A. R. Carson, head clerk of ALL OUT for the Court House to Carson & Co's. grocery department, hear Henry Wattcrson, the great edi- is still selling i81bs ol granulated sugar for $1 cash. tor and lecturer. nil be gone for the -- V Leslie Taylor to Martha Keely. John Circuit Court commences Monday Hocker to Lizzie Cope. J. M. Miller and while in town call and see our to Iva Ambrose. Thomas Austin to line of Groceries, Hardware and Ida Hoskins. Queenswnre. Tracv & Son. Over seven hundred persons proV. P. Arnold, A. M., Ph. D., will fessed religion and joined the various churches during the meeting cononduct n Training-Schoo- l for Teachers at Leitchfield, Ky., beginning ducted In Owensboro by the Rev. 'May 15th, nnd continuing eight Sam Jones, which closed last Wednesday night. weeks. Write for particulars. 39-jt When you need anything in the While attending Circuit Court, next week, stop nt the Hartford tonsorial line call on H. C. Pace, one of the best and most accommodating House and get your meals. barbers In the Green River country. Remember that wc still handle the Marriage license since our last rer shoe. Anderson port: Isaac Tilford to Florence Ross. Carson & Co. wear-for-eve- 1 bargains nt I'nlr Ilros. & Co.'s any time bring destruction upon Monday. them when they think him helpless. lhty your boy n nice suit at Fair I have written you hurriedly, but a Thnt 15. Tracy has a new type greater length thnn I expected when IJros. & Co. writer? I begnn, hoping to draw the attenStylish Millinery. cheap, nt Fair tion ol those interested to the course That Sam Jones looks like I. 15. Hi os. & Co. being pcrsucd nt Frankfort with ref- McClure? That C. R. Martin has gotten in a Ilargnlns in every tlepai ttucnt nt erence to the most vital interest oi the Commonwealth. If the Legisla good humor? Fair Uros. & Co. ture deals in this narrow spirit with; That there will be n Wedding a llcst Jllue Cottonade 50c. nt the head of the educational system of town Sunday? Fair Uros. &Co. head-eel the State, what may it not do with That Robt. Nelson makes regular Elegant line of Men and Hays straw thebodj?" trips to the country? & hats at Fair Bros. & Co. That P. L. Berkshire has about iRSJOlJAL Largest Hue of Ladies and Misses completed Peck's Diary? Slippers at Fair Bros. & Co. That Henry Wattcrson will give a J. W. Black, Morton, was in town Cash for produce. good lecture Saturday night? Monday. T IS' Stkvi:ns & Com.ins. That John Vaught says the editor Hon. W. T. Hayward, KHzebeth-towof this column is too smart? Is In the city. When yon come to court next weak call nnd stc Casebier & Burton's bugThat there will be a wedding In Will. A, Carson, Beda, and Loyd gies. Hartford before the leaves begin to Mdls called to sec us Wednesday. mule-heade- d fall? I. W. York, of the Victory neighYou can get the best of feed for That all of the Hartford people who your horse nt Casebier & Burton's borhood, made us a pleasant call op heard Sam Jones are well pleased with Monday. during Court. J. W. Benton, Bsda, and Wm. 15. his preaching? ready-mad- e Mothers, bring your little man to That Silas Griffin has been asking Ward, Klnderhook, called to see us Kahn's Clothing House lor a Suit why his name hasn't been mentioned yesterday. that will please you. in this column? Mrs. E. P. Thomas and two youngFor a shingle, shampoo or shave, est That Jim Williams is not to be children and Mrs. Jo. B. Rogers call on II. C. I'ace on Market street. and two children went to Owensboro outdone but will attend the WattcrNo work done on Sundays. Monday for a stay of several days, son entertainment? See J, W. Hale's nice line of Jewel the guests of iclativcs. That a Hartford girl once said it ry, consisting of watches, clocks Among those who attended the was too much trouble to be popular.and chains, etc., nt Fordsvllle. tf Republican meeting at Louisville she hasn't hardly had a beau since? That the following poetry was writCol. J. S. R. Wedding, Jo. B. J. W. Hale, Jeweler, Fordsvllle, is were prepared to do all kinds of watch and Rogers, Hartford; Billy Williams, ten by a young lady upon being kissclock repairing. Bring or send your Echols; J. B. Rogers. R. L. White, ed for the first time:? You kissed me! My head afterwork to him tf Caneyville; Col. C. M. Barnett, OwDropped low on your breast ensboro; Dan O'Riley, John Rice, Dr. level-head- ed, With a feeling of shelter Thomas B. Austin and Miss Ida Wood and others, Leitchfield; S. L. And infinite rest. Hoskins were married in Hartford Stevens, J. L. and J. B. Rogers, Sr., While the holy emotions Wednesday evening. The young peo- Cromwell; R. B. Whittinghill, FordsMy tongue dared not speak ple nre from the Prentis neighborhood. vllle. Flashed up in a flame Mr. Aaron Godshaw, Bcda's popEtciirftloii llntes. From my heart to my cheek. Newport News and Mississippi Valular merchant, has bought property Your arm held me fast in Owensboro and will in a short ley Co. will sell excursion tickets to Ohl your arms were so bold time move his family there and go Louisville on the 9th and loth to the Heart beat against heart into business. He has done busi- meeting of the Louisville Jockey Club. In their passionate fold. ness in Beda for the past fifteen years On Tuesday and Wednesday the adYour glances seemed drawing and is known for his honest, upright mission to the field will be free. For everyMy soul through my eyes Ohio county further information, business methods. address any As the sun draws the mist can't well afford to lose such citizens. agent 01 tne company. From the seas to the skies. Your lips clung to mine Mrs. Ella Lamar, wife of Win. Laca.m:yvii,i,i:. May 4. Charles Tally, Rosine.was Till I prayed in my bliss mar, died near Barrett's Ferry last They might never unclasp Saturday and was buried Sunday at in town last week. R. J. Daniel was in town this week From the rapturous kiss. the Acton Cemetery. A few weeks ago she was out in the field with her on business. You kissed me! My heart Mrs. J. Litsey, Spring Lick, was in husband where he was burning And my breath and my will some brush and getting too near the town shopping Monday. In delirous joy Miss Leora Hackney, Millwood, fire was enveloped in the flames and For a moment stood still. in n few minutes her clothes were en- visited Mrs. R. L. White this week. Life had for me then .Miss Annie Salesman was here thjs tirely burned off.nnd she fell exhaustNo temptations, no charms, ed to the ground. She rallied and week. No vision of happiness Jim Givins went to LouisAiHe last was taken home, where everything Outside of your arms, T" was done to restore her, but to no Thursday. And were I this instant avail. Her funeral was preached by Dr. J. R. Pirile was in town a few days An angel possessed this week. Rev. R. D. Bennett. Oi the peace and the joy Taylor Proctor, Short Creek, was That are given the blest, The other day a representative of town the first ol the week. I would fling my white robes the Ruruiii'iCAN was passing the Fred Beeler has sold his interest in Unrepiningly down feed store of J. W. Ford & Co. and the livcrj' stable to Jake Fentress. I would tear from my forehead noticed a number of friends there: Rev. Mrs. L. M. Woolsey left last Its beautiful crown stepping in he found Col. W. II Moore, week for & Tenuesee. To nestle once more 15. T. J. V. Ford, K. L. Sullcnger. Old uncle Stape Lee, of color, died In that haven of rest, Williams, Dr. J. 15. Pendleton, Jcssce last Friday night. He had been sick Your lips upon mine, Potter, P. Ross and the pencil-pushefor some time. My head on your breast. It was suggested that all weigh and ProfE. F. Tilford went to Short they did. The heaviest was 15. T. Creek You kissed me! My soul Wednesday. Williams, 243; next W. H. Moore, In a bliss so divine Misses Mamie Renfrew and Verdie 2421. The lightest was Dr. Pendle- Wallace, Spring. Lick, were In town Reeled like a drunken man ton who wcighed!94 and the next to Foolish with wine; this week. the lightest was Jessee I'otter; 204. And I thought 'twere delicious Miss Efile Keith is visiting her sisThe total weight of the seven pig. ' To die there if death ter, Mrs. Jeff D. Green. mies (?) was 1,574.! or an average of Would come while my lips Some of South Caneyville's boys on 224lbs and 14 ounces. When it came Were yet moist with your breath. a high last Sunday evening and had to the quill driver's time to weigh he If I might grow cold their fun. On Monday evening they felt so insignificantand so unutterably While your arms clasped me round called before Judge Harned, the case small that the scales could not be In their passionate fold. then was decided. They marched out And these are the questions persuaded to testify that he possessed to the tune of ten dollars and cost. I ask day and night any weight at all. Must lips taste no more I think it would be a good idea to Such exquisite delight? Kentucky. have two Marshals, so when one gets Would you care If your breast EXnilANGK. on a high the other, perhaps, could Were my shelter as then? The outside world looks with s ome keep peace. And If you were here surprise at the attitude of the present Would you kiss me again? A. L. Blain and Willis Gray are Legislature iu regard to the present still improving. Lillian. school system of the State. Judge W. Tho Powder of Projection. Tho belief in transmutation and in M. Beckner, of Winchester, In a comthe virtues of the "powder of projecmunication to the Courier Journal of be found March 22d; reviews its recent action 2 tion" isintothe works ofmore clearly Zoeimus of stated at length, pointing out its extreme Panopolia, the earliest known writer car-loa- ds of unwise action. on alchemy whose authentic works Such a dissection as Judge Beckner havo come down to us, for in his first lesson he exclaims, "How beautiful gives must open the eyes of honest it is to see the changes of the four YOU WILL FIND THEIR PRICES and intelligc nt people to the real enmetals lead, copper, tin, silver till emies of this attact on the school systhey becomo perfect gold 1" The idea tSS tem of Kentucky. had evidently been developed and Judge Beckner, than whom there is assiduously cultivated in the art no abler, tnicr man in the state, was Egypt since the time of the spurious d Democritus, for Zosimus quotes the champion the avowed, opinions of many adepts, of whose of another candidate for the office of State Superintendent in the Conventhor- writings, mostly apochryphal, nothing is known save from his pages. tion, which nominated Hon. Ed Porter Hermes Tnsmegistus and Democ Thompson, and in his nominating ritus, Moses and Mary the Jewess, speech made a most eloquent plea for Agathodemon and Cleopatra, the car-loa- d prophet Chymes and the "divine" his favorite, Prof. Hughs, hence his Sophar are quoted 'as authorities for letter to the Courier Journal has a tho operations to bo performed on double force, and Judge Beckner various minerals, which, after being speaks his convictions with no uncerduly molted, calcined, refined and tain sound. sublimated over nnd over, are deu poiuwe a lop liuggy with Silver -plated Duh Rail, Seat RalL Handles. We regret that we connot print the Hub Bank and Shaft Tip, for above price t clared to have become gold or silver. To tbeso more or less intelligiblo whole of his able plea that Kentucky K prac- descriptions of chemical processes shall not stultify herself, in taking wo Zosimus ndds his own commentaries, these steps backward in the face ot which ho sometimes presents under progress made by all the other States tho form of allegories or visions. in the Union, in extending nnd perEdinburgh Roviow. Judge fecting the school systems. Narcotlo Effect of California Spring. Beckner concludes his able letter as Superintendent Stout recently defollows: scribed a wonderful mineral spring gQDM Thompson is as honest, "Ed Porter that formerly flowed from the mound earnest, faithful, zealous and o 2 tain sido Borne miles above tho Butte 2 D?D Q as a State Superintendent Crook Houso and near the Plumas Kentucky cvcrhad.Hehas the courage county line. & oi his convictions about every question This spring was first called to Mr. Write lor our New 80 page Catalogue of all kinds of Vehicle. Addreu Stout's attention some years ago that he has been called on to consider. while camping in that vicinity by an SOUTHERN BUGGY He is a common-schoman, because old prospector, who called it the CINCINNATI, from the bottom of his soul he beOHIO. U. S. A. Hon JUIcolintcr u riuno, "chloroform spring." The water A piano tuner tells of finding with- which flowed from it did not differ lieves in popular education. There is no special ties between us, but I in the past year mouse neste in four in appearance or taste from the waadmire him as a man, and know that different pianos. The othordayhe ter of other springs, except that it was called into boo a piano, tho hamConvention mil. he Is nobly doing his duty as an of- mers of which struck tho strings sev- was slightly brackish. It was the'ef-fee- t that followed tho drinking of its The Republicans of Grayson county ficial. Why the house should seek eral times when ft koy was touched. waters that was remarkable. A small are requested to meet at the Court thus to degrade and weaken his office Ho know that this was because some- cup would in the course of half an hour House in Leitchfield, Kyi, at i o'clock thing was the matter with tho hamI cannot imagine, as I have suggestotally insensible, mer tapes, tho purpose of which is to render the drinker for hours as if p. in., May 22, 1893, which will be ted, there is a malign influence which and he would remain the 4th Monday, County Court day. has a mercenary or vindictive motive hold tho hummers so that they shall dead. But few "white men had ever All parties invited to attend. strike tho strings but onoe. Ho found Med the experiment of drinking This for bringing about these changes. that overy ouo of the 80 odd pieces from it, but those who have done so Convention will nominate candidates His office ought to be built up and of tape had disappeared, and the ull I'A'IHM for the Legislature and Jailor. A big Outlined. for'!AlOlinitATK tW hUIArLN M (Mil idioc describe effect aa not unlike lelidtcl 10 strengthened, and not weakened, as is ' mouse's nest was Boon discovered. It resultingthe a heavy narcotic. that crowd is expected. cppunita llio II b, Ult'ict. mill wn can oit from iimu Uihii ihiirw icinote from fntumm lin being done by the House. The Phil- was a bunch as largo aa ono's net ."flHt MUtH.1. IHtAWIbil i'f VADIIISaiDX To tho Indians this spring has been D. O'Rimjv, Ch'm'n. i U4 IIOIO nt il.ilily Hfo 11(1 hnn-- i nmlWu iiiUImi At) III IwtHIt istines at Frankfort dare not slay the composed of tho missing tapes chew- known for generations. They call it UlAlUtK uoimikt) D. Rogers, Sec'y. J. ed into a pulpy mass. Tho mice gen- the "heap sleep" spring, and it is VSLhy I'AIRtiT fiH.lilthlt Sampson of popular education, but foi eiicuiiir, idyiic, lerii aiiil itfvtencti to piano by climbing up atl 4 lint mnra erally enter a iim-pii mA At' -- J.. . V..V artiwl rllmlt In jour own Mute.Ommlx, III7 or they may have him bound with withes, along tho pedal shafts, and almost inI .11 iuwii, wrno 10 man has entered the happy bunting I ilif'lr.r "t H.'U'U-- oV4 LuHLQiVfl 1'r i"i'f beor put out his eyes. Let them variably moko uso of tho hammer grounds through the medium of its liri ilvll.uiC'iittr iltuil'lV Mi I it:lil..V Sfvxui'r faltm (tglct, H'ui4i0m, li a mile U irhvu iniuy ut ilruj 1 lit ware, however, because he may at tapes for their noet Exchange. .I t.niiii DO YOUKNOW COMING OUR WAY! .' The State Capital moms up on the horizon, headed toward Louisville, and the people of the whole country are toward the big store of Carson Co., BAUD'S n, W Ui How are you headed Clothing? are you pigheaded on the subject of If you are, just set YOUR HEAD IN OUR DIRECTION And five minutes after you get your head inside our door, we'll have your head turned by the sight visible, and ever wards you'll be at least as to cl:rs:lts5 co. Remember that our stock consists of everything in Fine Dress Goods, thing in the way of Wash Goods, also a complete line of Notions, Hats, Shoes, Furniture and Groceries. Don't forget that we take JTTf TTT$WJ IjPPttP r. At the highest market price. Bring us your Wool, and don't forget the place CARSON CO., successors to Anderson's Bazaar, next door to Bank of Hartford. .VISIT. HOCKER ft TABOR'S ONE PRICE CASH STORE AT FORDSVILLE, KY. AND TAKE THEM YOUR YOU HAVE FOR SALE. Farmers, Attention! We have just in more the old reliable Fertilizers, HOKSE SHOE brand for corn, oats "Wool &all Other Produce open-hande- and clover; HOMESTEAD for tobacco. These have been oughly tested, and we have them in lots and propose to furnish the farmers in large or small AS LOW AS THE LOWEST! And their Goods the Best. They occupy the Gains Home. $37.50 SOUTHERN QUEEN $37.50 2d broad-minde- quantities. The tical effects of these, goods can be attested by the best farmers. Call on us or write. Premium offered on HOCKER CO., r ISi8 Ills best Tobacco. PSgE Beaver Dam, Ky. ol THE . 00. it-- liiu-nlini- 1 Pi-fl--rn A waten. Oroviilj Mstctuj. 1 1 fi 'X ui if 1. t , . j, it , journey across most inliospitablo country iii pursuit of a horso stealer named John Smith. Thin zealous officer traveled 7CC miles in twenty-sidays without changing horses. For ono stage of eighty miles ho waa wholly without water, nnd 'tho country was in such a bail state for 1U0 miles that his two horses had nothing to cat. His powers of enduranco may bo judged from tho btatemctit that ho did thirty miles n day on worn out horses, along long, dry stages, anil sgUhJynd water gy iiQArator at Jajjjg Hut tha 1'itrit Haggngo Was Too Much l'or FLOWER the Chicago Man. FRIDAY, y. AY 12, 1803. . . "Wn had soino fun last week." mid tlio drummer to tho hotel clerk Saturday ' night after ho hud taken his siipiier and FIN DE SIGCLE FUN. OldsEftUfelHIie HU.! his week h work was dono. bio I'lifctUfcUf Hdiu MtUrjrt "Go on," suggested tho clerk encour A fine old Rtntlcrnn!" you know th sort IlluttrtUd llu ft dtTOUd U Mitt th f ulUj ItvlW for UdlM agingly. clm. With courtly nlr an I consequential port: HorlM, fKwtni. It , degree, In dress fastidious id tlio fane work, rtlU "It wan up at a stntion on tho Flint toina 6tritf0B. kMntlfffrnf, But favoring style (if tome pnst centum nnd Pcre Martinet to railroad, where t hero fuhtflM,ttftlfDi JtiTtnlU rtidlBr, One to whom all tin' twst inlaid hold wnsswMt, To fotroJort thli fttqatU. is 11 sawmill and a ttoro ur two and timla.ll lived on Chestnut Old saws, old JoW's-l- io saifcKTvrr nwbrrK.rmltisrIt notft. rrr IntA loA.tHttl 1l ttrtftd; Ufctn, hemM ntr street ber is plenty Thero wero threo or four it, folio a W.J nfifi ntks All thlnjrs to byEono standnrds ho referred, m Wr 18 (ntiwnlMfife.i,i of tts. 0110 of tho party a young Chicago 1lirr 4 The 1.tlf' Uorld ttf And "the. old sehool" vas his familiar word. wllUU bJ la ch tulXTrlbti 1onth drummer, who was ns fresh ns Lako I Ho loved to Kibe at "this df irencrntc age," Michigan. Ho was jolljiug everybody Irrllnn nf C'hnlfA VlatrvptTiryMtthemonn, hmnJnd rii. Klrlnc fomo special x liters nt our ktasc, frlt ! AMri, I'hl'v Incluilnit Citing the elder Booth, Macrrndy, Kean, ns wo wero waiting for a delayed train, Urummonl.t,l'r,iia, fUn, Mot, Mmki, IMilUll- -, DoabU IUImtd. Vym (otlht ml. sVinsia. Ith.a ttmmhT. lwlTr)U With lesser Unlit his favored eyes had seen. nnd at last ho tackled tho man who In Ihtw inonthi and tKli trttlr lnftnttktDl C1Ik11o ( ChoW oldest In the lonn-I.If- c's Thus nt lid club the Howtr hJ. fill in fcy ft RntclftM rVti IIoqm itut tntcU4 checked the baggage. dally doings met his nightly frown, frth al NlUhU. No Itvl can t U tuUs Ihta woadtrfil rnarf.nU try ubcr1br tniiy lltnMlb ttlM ' 'I say,' he said to him, with a wink ctpMlunlty, Until hla frlemKis low their patience ran, cip-SPf mnirMBL an.l will refun.t tour tnontr tnJ tiikt tra irotval Lore's rtrseterance. Ovrt t( Iteaolvcd to trap tho "flno old Rentlcman." la Nothing succeeds liko success, and a nt tho rest of us, 'can I get a trunk ef both r lUbl Bd Mftcitln bouftf, joi n - tyuitefld, lodlnf Is the vlJ ana tnlaw.l potlUhlnjt fk) on a night when ho waa at his worst Call Bboa In tbo world (or tbortloo. Best W bvtrrrtt4 buAdrtdtftt UtttmonUU trvin f$u4 young man in Detroit is in n fair way to checked hero for Detroit? And tho whole modern unherso accursed, fnm W.L.DoUglns "boat are noldsvetynheia. Ojip ..ttu Citv Scales. !!. DKIVKIl, .Mnnngcr. " 'Certainly, if you'vo got a ticket.' re- Utroai1urlnirlbMt Gv yttft 'IM4 Bverjrbody sboald wear tbem. I'. If. a duty When dinner, sen ed as olden time approved. prove tho truth of tho axiom if persover-mic- e ' trrtif Kdu sur'siVJ." Jirm, s. v.. iti"m( yoa owe youisolt to get tba best volao tor WVdti work im t'licMiiMiii)vl)iMiy, ijuitlity coiiMtlcretl. -plied tho bnggago man. Win under way, tho soup but Just removed HfwM m.ttthdhj Kepainng 11111I Mfttt Ur kkI friinJt is nuy sign of n duck's nest. Ho X, fHj,"-A, l i. A well Instructed steward brought tho fish. mrlf '"Tlmt'n nil rii'ltr. IV.tmit. tlin ttidmt. lu1i. Hrrnsaltn. N. T.tm to t ll'Mr WM -- iWrbrr ( rtnUf your money. W.CconurnlctJtnyoutfootuentby . ,1 ,t y. Mr. pntobaslnt; L. OoURlQ8Shoos,wbloh L'i iiinting .1 has been in lovo with n girl for n long Givo n u c.ilL HUtiOIIW Tho "flno old gentleman" essayed t'io dish. $:. UI'. rrvawnoa, run Rrti Utt UDornMr;, repteaent tbe bast raluu nt tbs prices adtime, and there has been no doubt in tho but checking the trunk is what bothers rJTtil cur Brtdt Ul Mn. lo imlcf Then, nil dlguftnt took and waiter both. vertised abovo, aa tboutanda oon tosllly. fonnlthltcffft with lhtfubrnny nlll old fashioned oath, minds of their respectivo friends that me.' Ho fiercely launched n line -Ofti miKriitttloui rfrtona. vJif Tike No Substitute, -- fff .T"tn,,' Whcrcnt tho servant, totting humbly, said, ,,.1,M. nldf.t .1..f .t.fefn, ' ' flonirui it oni bit MtsMtipitoni im mi slio has refused him moro times than one. M Collwtlona vfit for Wtctu. llrware of frnuil. Nous itsnulno without W. I. "The illih for )our especial taste ttns mado. !, tr1,titti ...tu.lnil l.irrrwnrrrt ,, 111,1 t ' QPCP1AI nCkCCOIT(.nyWyB"H. entil ...U ...... pouxlss nsme nnd pries stamped on bottom. Look J'... ....lit.... Hl.i.w MM.... tor It when 70U buj. For" with a wink at thoso who choso Mm Not long ngo he told his roommato that ui kUIHk Ul I ft.ll Inr - If cnU tk for tbnr hat W, I.. Douglas, HrooktoDi Mass, Bold by on that ovenlng ho was going to ask her can check any sort of trunk you'vo got.' ftt Mil illoffr. ! mnf VU rapf f MkWJ will MBil ir V(HSfusui. " 'lliis is such a trunk us I never saw klllthn t til tha boTf. fsrvhtf tharfli mackerel, air. was one of 'the old again. At midnight when ho returned . TAUDU, KtiMiic, Ky. J. school.' " Kckforil Hwrrt lH bratI mlrflnc( h ho was so cheerful that his friend hardly checked,' explained tho Chicago fresh. Brwt rHtl, tncla llnjf loirltii, Im Life. Itfi I i " ,.ri Fckfart. NttUkifnr. " 'Bring on your trunk; I'll fix it,' in- - Iprla llltHMin. Tha Onraa. Oranra lria. thought it necessary to ask him nltottt tit. Swal IVu aratha ttrmi tmrulatl nilOpltar..ira1"a H A Domestic Kplsodo. I sisted the baggage limn. ant fuMunabla bonrjurt Aowrrl ti- t- ralllrattxl. 04 his success, but ho did. jL. Vr"ri,l""u"Htun' - cltf, " 'I'll bet you $5 yon won't do it,' (tnrtkh(oMtnralarttk blih sua. Tkaratha lariat,a "1 cnlleil," said tha Indy patient, lookaln.lMtiikrlt and raUhrala.1 mt tA Ho shook his head. A Scientific Jlnchim: made on. a Scientific Prinlififhl f( 6 ffrCtnl proilurt fcr ihrra tuonth a mntlaooua r tin; ing round with a mysterious manner, bluffed tho Chicago man. fuMon f,f fragrant M n rf lhamoat ttttlllant toloflnr. ;. "What! Sho didn't refuse you, did ciple. Save their cost a t'oen times u year. It is "Tho bagago man replied by taking ANOTHER GREAT OFFER ! ittWB SJSSfi "to consult you, doctor, about my foot." she?" Bal Atlnti,!n,Ofllcclii;i',i.ca.:,u awTaW Fit! for line prk) mill arnj 1 h "Yes?" said tlio doctor, stifling n yawn out a fiver and putting it in my hands, 1 tftPt UvrttWf wlihwif tntDltlctot I.aJU "Yes." i; '. 01 ,sloj.p tallllaaflaa4 Iai i.oi?iKViM,K,sr. i.iMtts .v n;v. i A child can ojwrntc it. Unairaiy ! abova Jarrlb I, UIkoIm cut ackl of tba find looking nt his watch. "Hnvo you and Chicago camo up smiling and put "That's too bad. By Jove, I'd let her and luatlv faUbrat! Iclfnrd al Traa, Adiraaat vors. a Injured it in any wayV" ml foi prices nut! discounts. it his there too. Si 11. uouue A co ar le , ruc.ncw go." . ;;i! " 'Wait,' ho said to tho baggngo man, loii i7i c, ;, "Oh, no; but it pains constantly, nnd "It'aall right," said tho suitor confiaijMurmySt., NlvW VOKK. 1 go back I can hardly get my shoo on." dently. "1 didn't o.icct any better luck. with another wink at me, 'till WHEN YOU GO TO OVkEHSBORO "Too smalll" suggested tho doctor, It's tlio thirteenth time I'vo asked her, to tho hotel and got it.' BCHEDUI.K I.N UKriXT NOV.! If'il No.ftl, Nii.M, glancing cautiously in tho direction of and of court.o slio wouldn't accept. I've "Then ho disappeared, nnd in about 10 CAM. UN v& S2s.CC I Mil)-- . VVlMTllOU.Mt. lull). his patient's feet, which were invisible. got nn open Held now beforo me, and minutes ho pulled up nlongsido of tho l.v. I.ouImIIIc 'AS n. in. 0.53 p in. "No, doctor; my shoes nro twico too you bet I'll havo her yet." Detroit Free platform with a team of cattle dragging Weit Point S.ll a. in. 7iiM p. largo for mo." tho trunk of a trco about S.'ifect long and Press. 0:17 . in. llranilr nhnrjt. I 2 feet in diameter nt :7 p "Perhaps that is tho trouble?" suggestits smallest girth. Irvlngtnn 0.4 , m. :i7p " 'Hero you are,' bhouted tho Chicago Tho llrutei ed tho doctor, looking as if ho was try,. btHp)ifnport I'M ii. in. ing to believe it. man, with a big laugh of triumph: 'biing L1ouTHirt ......... lo.lt n. in rWMIHKKniBBNFxW!k4WBKIrw9 r&P XT'" on your check. This la my trunk.' "It is only one foot that is nffected." .. .. Il:tl-i11. lswcilll you would better seo a chi"Perhaps "I thought, nnd ro did the rest of ns, .. Ilrittn. t.onlport ropodist," said tho doctor. that Chicago had thocountrymau.nudho OMfiiloro U. in. li 5 mli' "Oil, no. indeed. It's much moro serilooked it himself nt first, for thero was Kpottsille.. I.'il p ia sJenSJ3fe.aTA Ar. Ilpiiilorson ous than that. I can't imagino what it Ira'i( n no use talking, ho could never get that t Tfc2r2'T is, but it is really very painful." thing into the car, but ho got his second iv wind in a moment. "And you say you hnvo not injured it, i:vrnott.Mi. madame" '. '"All right,' ho said, smiling at tho l.v. 11,'n.lrron 7il' TCt, , drummer". Then to tho man with tho For the filial ami Mod ArlUixr Work, "Never. You see, I'vo not been In a biiittiTllli team, "Haul it over onto them hay nnv lii'sr! or tlvle. Frcdcriea Hi. Iwiwm .. Orfri.iNm railroad accident or a runaway, or been m ,, ,,,. Ltu Import scales, Bill, nnd weigh it.' run over by nn electric car, or anything. li 3rd and 41'i " 'What's that for?' asked tho drum- !:"B I did drop a sadiron on it ono day when Clo wpnrt I"- mer, without a wink to any of us. I was ironing, but it couldn't have been tcphoni.Htit .. I'.. , i that could it?" "'Got to mo how much it weighs,' CJjS.j-sX- b lnintiin Ilur , ,,, said tho bagg.igo man nutctly. ' 'Lowiu "Well, 1 never!" said tho doctor, as ho llrnmU-niirq tl i . ... you your ISO pounds, I should say thero wroto out a prescription in Latin for H't- -t IMInt m. la was about U,0W pounds extra baggago in mustard liniment. "Of all sad things in " Ar. p. in ' life n sadiron is tlio saddest, and tho most that trunk, and it'll cost you something 1 tir.-, N. ,.M mi- ',i iikUi' over $.0 to git it down to Detroit. Hnr-r- y fatal." Detroit Freo Press. 31 In i''iii. 1) . x i. Hllli trull- on l.iiuis up. Bill,' ho called to tho driver, 'that vll". Il.rl m II. It,, in-- t sn. t Wnnted to Clot Well. traiu'll bo along in 10 minutes.' 'ni, i,l. Kit innli.-- i i'itrtniti..i,hilr It is often said that physicians aro well "But Bill didn't hurry. Tlio Chicago "Does ho write to you regularly since 'I.e. Mtll.t VF, ii used to ingratitudo, but erhnp3 they you became engaged?" man paid him half a dollar for his trouLmnsrillo, Ky. could bear tho unpalatable draft with "No. Sometimes I only get ono letter ble, yielded up his V to tho green and Si',1 composuro if it wcro nlways as amusingguileless baggago mnu, nnd didn't havo Sin a day." Life. h fii A. J. SLATON, I.I. D., ii.i 'ini ly presented as in tho following case: anything moro to say to anybody." DeHifOUl I'ict'ircs Copied ami Knl trged Dr. J. M. Wnrrcn had been in tho hatroit Freo Press. A lleproof. bit for n number of years of giving proA SPECIALTY. Old Aunt Dinah was a colored woman, , fessional advico to a lady in reduced cirtin Tlmt Settles Tliut. 10S. .Main Street. who had a remarkably strong voico and Kormerl n Millvmixl, no 'orat.. I nt I.pMcIi. cumstances, whom ho regarded as hardly would sing and cry "glory" with such ml." to tlip people OWFXtHOJfn, KY f III, oilers lr irn!ps tonal ablo to offer him any compensation. (riljo.i :in.l Mliiii.inciMulie.. otfep in re. rest of vigor ns to be heard abovo all At length sho ceased consulting hiin, tho congregation, but she was the an unI.n.'e, (thp lr llnlen iroirtv. of lily and ho did not seo her for a long time. pleasantly "saving" disposition. STOPPED FREE Filially, happening to meet her in tho It was tho custom nt tho missionary I M street, ho said to her: Infjtnt Pincm Ktitorri meetings of tho church sho attended to Dr.KLlNESOUEAV , what has become of "Why, Mrs. (Si ( 7 ?s tnko up a collection during tho singing NrnurUrDTnorD you? You haven't been near mo for of tho hymn, "Fly AbroadThou Mighty j;nAlM.VNFRa I)mp4'.m CEXTKAL CITY, KY. months?" InPALLinLR Iftikfn at dlrftM. &' tUtafttw Gospel!" in the midst of which Aunt AND reuie ana s trill feti t IrtMi "Well, tho fact is, Dr. Wnrren," sho Dinah nlways throw back her head, Fltrrletm sn rair;errricMrrcionliwhen ti. R. TAXOiJ, Pi13PniT0R. thrrarrtrt. P. tl .. .J Bald, in all simplicity, "I didn't seem to ; nirrfti - IS " The Lcaiiinu Reiiublican Family Paper of ilie U.iiled States, .an .i .. closed her eyes and sang away at tho top '"n'M's ri.ist : 1) till IItn jutt been up.iiiud ami newly gain very much, and I thought I'd con- of her lungs till tho plate had passed her v vxili$. &mxu iif Mr.irA'G I'lrr F. A.4VDS. sult a pay doctor!" Youth's Companion. only U.J."), CnsJi in iter. furnished. Located close to Depot. :itvvt( vvi: is. r (tip The collector, who wus a man of plain Couldn't Say When. ii.viii:' enrol in iianiipin ii'iiiin) speech, observed this habit of tho old Good incals I had occasion to como to New York woman's, In-- . IluliitV 13 ailiiilnlsti-rliiono evening when it a Itial. from Chicago ono cold winter's night n to her soatand stopped short, and ho camo . (Jnlili'ii Sji'i-lllosurveyyear ago. The car was wretchedly heat- ing her raptho IttaiiH'un.u i,l ,.. f In r nr countenanco said bluntly: ed nnd as drnfty as sleeping cars genefirl. i. or tooii, uitlinut the KfiimlfilifH it tlio Ojvcs all tho ncTunf Town, ('.unity nml State, and U m ii1 - ilutel) lurnilon, anil Mill utl.t-- t rally are. In tho morning, after n mis- de "Lookob yo' yo' Aunt Dinah! What's piiMti.t. good nn a? niiich National 'Fly 1 'iinnM.' m.ii pi ilt rur", erable night's rest, I pulled my flask out Abroad, Thou Mighty Gospel,' ef yo' litlir Hip as any otl.pr papr t itn Lo FiancoIf you wear hoopskirts, . Your I ie would he iuivniplete with. lit is mii nrriieilrliiKrnrHn iilonhili'Mrix-fimy bag in search of warmth and com- doan' gib nuflln to make of Mabel, I won't walk on the same sldo of It lm her fly?" out it. iti-in it r.t.fi, iml in v fort. As I started to All tho cup I per- Youth's Companion. tho dtrcct you do. frymi!i pr'.t't purt Ins fitnw,I ItrMr ceived that tho eyes of tho porter wero La Fiancee You won't bo able 0, tuN. Tin 1.) tt'in niiip Iinprrft.i.ill tilth the I . srr wir wistfully fixed on the liquid, and as tho V "w dear. Truth. .peifn, it Ui oiiifi un ntt r imp irMihilu lor Tnnorn Kind. day was so cold I could not resist his , tit psisi. flirt-Training Is National Fnmily I'.ipor. v pleading gaze. "Bring a glass," I said, has seldom will do many things, but it all the general ncwr-othe U. 3. pf.'il.li. p!ij('look 01 p irticu'it" Irw. A'llr-"- li An OviTnIglit. brought nnd ns ho promptly hold one up, "say incongruous mates nstogether 'two such and the world, I iWin-iiit'ti Kivw'tlic ..!' for.-itrlan.N in a nutshell. A certain popular lecturer gavouri-denc- o l'l. HI It ll'i; Mr. in this story. It kat when," I added, pouring tho whisky Ohio. separate .lepartnienis fi The Family irrl... nnd our Young Folk?. of great longevity on ono occasion, Little Barbara had been sick, but was slowly out. Tho darky rolled his eyes Iti according to nn old lady in a New EngHome and Au-'eicolttin tniim-i- i. toward the roof of tho car till tho whites convalescent. my doctor?" sho l'i.. tiilmirittion of wives nnd daughter. land town. Lane's incdicincs move the bowels wak"Are you taid, It" general political news, ..lit..rii,N ami nlone wero visible. ' Tzo blind, deaf and ing up suddenly nnd finding n ttrango At tho close of his last lecture in that very day. In order to he healthy are compretiensive, dumb, sah!" lie exclaimed. Quips. Inilliant ami place, ns tho audience was leaving tho his lady at her bedside. Its Ai;nciilt.iRil .lpartinetit hm no supsrinr iti BCTWT.i;S is neccssarv. "No, dear," said tho utrango lady, "I hall, n gentlfnian remarked that it was a LGUSVILLE and fflEIYiPJilS, the countrv. Its Market ISepnrts arc ipcognizc.l ntitliorify in all parts of the funny slip of tho tongue which mads am your tratued nurse." Ian I. A Special Contract enahle.-11- 1 to oiler this splciiiii.! Journal nml The PITS. All fits stopped iiee by l)r tho lecturer say that tho Pilgrim Tathers "Ah, that's better," exclaimed tho WITH IJepiihlieaii lor mitiu-a- r "I shall liko you very much. reached tho bleak New England shores Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. No FuLlMANCUFFETSIaopiiigCars4 Trained nurse," sho continued, jwinting 170 years ago. Marvelous "Oh, well," said n little old lady, quick fits after first day's use. to acago hanging near tho window, "let ITtOM A XII TO mo introdnco you to my trained canary." to furnish an excuse for her favorite lec- cures. Treatise nnd $2.00 trial bottle N. Y. Trihiine, regular price per year t.ociHvi 1.1. i:.sn:ti i'ii i.s.VK'K.siii'it -- St. Paul Globe. gj.oo turer, "I dare ray it's ono of his old lecitAi'o.N uimii:,iiii: m:w Unrtionl Kepulilicaii " " , tures, and ho forgot to chango thodato!" Irce to Pit cases. Scud to Or. Kline, j , .,r j, tin Youth's Companion. i:xiiuinci. I'or sale by 931 Arch St , Phila , Pa. Mrs. Growler Now, grocer, you havo Total S'.'.'J5. all druggists: call on yours. j& IV The Quick and Dosirable Route charged me for things I've never had. KtirmtraRcim'nt. Strawber Old mau, I'm going to tako What do you mean by such items as ono TO AMI rOM handful of raisins, ono pocketful of the fatal step tonight. I proposo to Miss 'cw Y.irk I'li'lrtiVlpliia IViltininre almonds, two mouthfuls of brown sugar Qtiillcutter. WHshliiistiin .Norfolk (Mil Point I'omlnrt ubicrij tion nicy lie-- in at any time. -e- h? Singerly Aro you going to do it in .Vli ntfkull) tre.itid liy mi o Itli'litnuinl llullulo (.'levuiiind mint ef Atltlrc-- s all orders to Grocer It means, Mrs. Growler, that that necktie? - erii'lie.itrU Toh,i, CllleHJfn lli.lllinilpolis ninl intirely rt'p'lhitloh. Ile.ifni u ladies what will briiiK their children Cinoutnnti Strawber Why, yes, of courso. iiirol, oflrnin JotoJi jpirV stnmlui, nllpr nil Singerly Then if sho says yes, old folwith them when they do their marketin th' r treatment 'luti-M- . I.. I, llu the .lilflcully instorn and Northoastorn Points nnd .Memphis YicUburg It.itoti Itong has got to pay for all they gets. Harlow, you may bo sure it is n caso of true lreiieliiliiii'l tliv eplnincil ol inrirctiltr", ltli ultnl.t t nml New Orloatis Mobile f.lttlo ltwk Hot per's Bazar. love. Clothier and Furnisher. Nervous Old Party Will ho bit? Ilnrtfonl, Kentucky. I'tirp from prnimn, nt people mnilnl frep, Hprlngs nnd points In VVet Tontiea-e- it Nervy Salesman They ain't no bita 14 ly Ills Hole. lilt. A. I'OM'AIM;. Tiieoma Wi.sli. Arknii-Just tlio Name. to it. .Mirifpli Distinguished Amateur (to manager) Clerk Havo you a name for this new LiiuUiunit niiJ N. O. P. What's its name? South and Coughing leads to Consuiiiption. I havo recently inherited $100,000, and I flannel? N. S. Marguerite. Kemp's I5als.un stops tliecdiigliatonce sourihvrsT. should Uko to go on tho stage. Can you Manager Yes, wo'll call it boys' flanN. O. P. Dut its head is so large. placo me? nel. Tho Hi o is thoroughly .'qniiiped nnd in N. S. A sign of onusual iiitcllcrgeuce. Manager Oh, yes. J mi. "Why, that doesn't sound quito right," 1. 1' ltthMim, IVeitt. itinte., ltrl.clu-- i condition, Htid provides mi excel-len- t N. O. P. What is it? IJB'ITKIt KNOWN AS THE Distinguished Amateur In 1111 impor"Well, it will when they bee how it N. S. A toy terrier. iirriitigeiiient in time nnd tliroiit; cir tant part? shrinks' from washing." Chicago Inter N. O. P. Is it pure breed? A I'atuuk is lliutime and coiivenlence Manager Of tho Condition of tho Very; financial backer. Ocean. N. S. It oughter be. I raised it from H'cured liy tlio Limited Kxpress Trains. Truth. a toy merbclf! Life. O.vi.Y A kioiit'h lllliK liettVPPli J,otlUville The Kurllrr tlio Hotter. Worso nml Wursp. ind Metnphis, hmI tint nnd (iiiekcst Staffer Mr. von Dlumer tells mo ho An Inlrrenw. Landlord (showing a prospective tenorvicu hutueeii tho tw vitlesiivar otTered. Hswly Fanilsfiod. JT- Rdias ?i-0Featherstono What do you think of ant through tho Hat) Tho room ucrots has given you a new centerpieco for your perday. Meals TiukctSiTniir-TiiMes iitnl nil nelrerl intprinn. this vest, old man? I called on your tho hall is worth i?10 a month. This ono dining room table. lloii xeeiiriil liy nppljltit! to J. ll.Tli'lieiMir Ea-- t Mile Fredi'iicu, betiu.-M..in and the Uivcr, Owcin-boro- , Mrs. Winttrbloom. Yes. It is a Iteut.-- 11.1.1, or Ky. fiieiitl, Mihs Penstock, in it last night is better ventilated and rents for 0. beauty. nnd made a .great impression. By tho Prospective Tenant Ah, so you'vo got T.B.Lyncr. 'h:A Pass. .'...Uuisrille, Hr. MJtS.CJIAS. Stnffer (gallantly) I hope I shall havo way, sho says sho wants to see you. down to charging for air, eh? Chicago an early opportunity toseo it. Brooklyn A.t tho Closo of B usiu oss jt-- xasxsap. Ringwny Sho probably wants mo to Tribune. iftafaita.vjyjU'.caygj.- aw Life. njiologizo for having introduced you. DocoinborHl,lB92. llitUr Tlmii it Striiltjiu' :.!, Clothier and Furnisher. An ihi.y Settlement. Attendant This Is our most danger"The last time I saw Trotter he waa His All. ous maniac, madam. UFSOUUCES deeply in Iovj with two girls. How did Father How much do you expect to Visitor He seems quiet enough 'now. hetcttlo Notes and Hills Wi !.VI!) the matter?" spend a year on my daughter's clothes? Attendant Oh, yes. He has on a v-vi? "Oh, ensilj enough only one would Heal Estnto .'(,000.00 Suitor Sho cm havo my salary if that dressing sack that his grandmother made havo him." Vogue. ilif.. lb! J Fiirnituro ami Fixtures.. 1.000.00 will help you out any. Club. for hiiii. Brooklyn Lite. ZEL Cash on Haii'i anil in other ITllMM'll. A t'rlmr to Order Mcut by Mull. Banks 20,031.22 No Time In I.ciip. "I didn't see Charlie Littleman at tlio A singular ofllciul notico is adverTravers I've got to rustle around iind reception yesterday afternoon." get a now customer for my tailor. tised in Tho Somerset County 803.2fil.7I "Ho was there, but ho was behind a Dashaway What for? by tho clerk to tho trustees of LIABILITIES. chrysanthemum." Vogue. Travers His bill is nlmost duo. Taunton innrkotn. After reciting i2fi.000.00 Clothier and Furnisher. that persons hnvo been in tho habit Capital Stock Lonif Ulktuiu-- ItlUcs lu Australia. 1.21)3.14 of Bonding orders for meat "by post HCeCrVO A Iti'inliiilrr. In Australia, whero population ia 0.2.10.00 or othurwiso" to fnnnera und parties Surplus Fund He I'vo bought you a pet monkey to eparso ami distimfes nro great, souio 102 03 outside tho town, nnd that meat so Una other Hanks.. .. remarkable feats of endurance in amuse you, darling. 01,308.04 ordered has been delivered in the Deposits She Oh, how kind of you! Now I horseback riding nro credited to tlio town, tlio notico declared tlmt this mounted police fonts moro remark-abl- o shan't miss you when you'ro away. Pick practico constitutes nn illegal sale of 803,201.71 Mo Up. in somo instances, taking into meat, "and nil persons hereafter d ami sworn to lieforo mo account all tho circumstances, than its ubovo will forthwith bo this January 3.1, 1803. A Sl(ii of Ilitelll,-eiue- , thoso accomplished by tho winners prosecuted by tho trustees ns thu Shkmiv Tayloi:, D. C. O. C. . military rido botwoon Vionnn in tho law directs." nnd Berlin. Trooper Power, in Feblip says, In sulimittiiig this wo bog tostnto If tlio clerk means what ruary, 1880, undertook an arduous 11 resident in Taunton who writes to tlmt our business has steadily Hartford Republican t drink. Trooper "Wiltshire on ntioUicr occasion, rodo clghty-flvmilos in twenty hours on ono horso. This was on May 28, 1887, two days after tho natives had "stuck up" Erlduna station. Tlio snnio 1111111 traveled'200 miles in four days when he heard that ft comrndo named Shirley had died of thirst. Ho did not hnvo macadamized roads und plenty of fresh water, like tho Gorman officers, hut ho hud a broiling sun to endure, sund hills to climb, "mulgn" scrub to penetrate, nnd was sometimes compelled to tnko dead animals out of nntivo wells beforo ho could uso tho water. London News. o A NICE LITTLE JOKE. era inw 1893 ' tlowij ins crra 21s7V7-&jaLl3i3X?C- 9 ij SEEDS vSkFREE! to BftxtUn-otk- 'minmex? li ttl' ?jBfW& -- Ut-- fro ...,. rt -- 1I fc B.wt-rt- r. W. L. DOUGLAS 83 SHOE noTOp. I JBSa. 1 z B.DttX. "5 ' I ftJ (( ', is I vf I ... 1 tool-"T- 1 m AGKN'IIS ry I """DEALEllS I WHS llfl njLiit.'nrniiv,liiif 1 JACK jr?sm FR 1. . I m aavtr-lia.- ! rm ri a ' C.Theo.Cain, Q B lviA.nb ILL 11 Gi ;i0 NL'S I in-i- JrtpL . I 111 its Ii. $fiffl B!S3j'Ff i 'mm ! , IISHI-Mlllt- .11 11 C2jXT l Qteitler, al U . I.i.il-ifl- lt ., ; iatiiiiu-,tio- IskiifPiipaik'. hit i. IVr-ic'l- . PJiysician & Surgeon, A L. roitn.MM'cia! VuUL m tour I.vonU' Ionic For cwspuper "v ' s - - II.-- u.g-- I 1111 i.ni;it .hint oriirct-claluiic- .11 . HTHE REPUBLICAN 3,A, W. 111 ps-t- i. . thou-sm- l pisf.l'iar orx Te!y 1 1 Tiribune, f lM'i:i:'ll' l, Com-luslte- . WW oiti.i:i.r, F5 03alr $1.23 jpei.' stqexv. ...., .,,..., iiAirmmu ukiublican, Wcfuniisli botJi Papers ono year for $1.2 unthl-uM- l.i.ni-vill- H tl-- j. rrpne Beaver Dam t dp lt ConiiXLexcial !EIotl - R HOUSE. ' PALM0 X 25c AK'itl r nuii);.US.i!.i. or - WILLhYGrUM.Propa. tsus mM .,,1,,4iJ;l.i,?J.,lil,lj,.J)j Ga-zett- o Snh-cribe- x I. I. sOTIl Ufa Chappie Her dog is 0110 of those blnwsted owentures that never lets go. Slit How do you manage it now? Chappie I send my man in ahead. people, pueli und overy business, courtesy shall bo extended to them, Mis Withers I'll never marry. Miss Prime Don't say that. Somo ' but in no case shall safety bo sneri- -. ono may Icuto you u fort uuo some day. (iced for friendship or to obtain bus- Life. incss, John H.Bailvks, Cashier. A I'.KKllilllty. butcher iu Loudon for u joint of each month since our opening, nnd moat, to lw sent down by mil, com- - by tlio niiKst careful, watchfulness and initu a criminal offence. That such a strict observance oftlie principles of ..A. .A.. uiings exists in nny town1It most conservative Hanking, wo tiie uBiuiooi ll.l.. iu tho kingdom I can hardly beliove. hopo not only to extend our acquaint' Still moro difllcult is it to beliovo mice, but to prove ourselves worthy We aro manufacturers of Buggies, Carts Surries and Carriages, and deal directly with that tho residenta of nny town will the confidence that is being so the consumer, thus saving him the per cent, usually paid to middle men. Our prices are reassuch u stnto of things to con- - ly rciioscd in us. tinuo. London Truth. Wo nrn hero to accommodate tlio onable, and we guarantee 11 I . k i grown l "yjLX TLmHJb5L.g, Respectfully, liberal-perm- it satisfaction. Y F. A. AMES A CO. Owensboro, Ky. . nj llSSSl' 'Ac, iVv 1,' - ti. 1 ay(' lt'J.,.'Al. nJt.KlttM'SmUJl V ..