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The Republican and the Cosmopolitan, a Innrlino mno-nal Pnblioher. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE FART? IK THE FOURTH COHORESSIOM DISTRICT, TERUS-,- 1.25 fir Anaum, Is idnnce, . VOL. V. AI.OXK. HARTFORD, KY., FRpiAY, MAY 19, 1893. felpcr. JIovlmI NO. 42. Zine, for only $3.00. n v . H l I I m it sent for and askccLnbout it, and was PROFESSIONAL CARD. told that if he didn't pay he would IRo-w- e 3". Ed-wiColony of Wild Western Fa- have to go to jail, and he just had to take his choice, and wasn't given ATTORNEY AT LAW, natics Who Wear Mask. many minutes in which to decide. HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY. li null cnrnnl bjraiirono of cither rx In any !You see, I lived for several months They rice From Civilisation, nnd I nrt of tlio country, Will li willing tl, work Imlut. Men nnd Women Rover (Inn Up among them. I was train dispatcher Irluuily at tlm oniplovmtnt which wc furnlili. 1. 1. a. wtcDiaa. Ji. 1. aLiiir. on Knell Other' Faeea Married down in Chihuahua. i he labor li llglit nint lilramtit. nnl on One evening I rlik wlintcrer. Wc lit yen out cutniili'tf, o that 6s Couple Live Apart, and Tnke'Em you caii Rlre tliu unnliun n t rlnl without expdiio nil In nllTkey nrenNel or Bloom. had a practical illustration of the Mexto loiiriclf. rorlluxu vrllllni.Mii Unit little work, thin li tlio grniule.t nircr Mimic. Von con work Ina; Jnya. ican method of doing business. A allilny, or lu tlio en nliifr only. If you are em. HARTFORD, KY. lijeU, iiml liaton few rjinrp hours' nt jour til. fire broke out in the house in which (Office, oTpr Anderaon'i Baiaar.) thi'iu, jijl, utilize will nutniul ml'l to ul nur Inciimo,will CHICAGO BLADE. till. You oar hiiilnvu InlirUrc Will practice their profusion In all the court e I lived, in fact it was destroyed, and Ohio ami lm niimtul mi the Mart nt the rnplllt) ami rate Since the practical abandonment of I had a dozen Mexicans helping me Special ndjolalng counties, and court of Appeal. hy Blilclijon uiiia. ilull ir iiutiilullir,Uylnauil attention given to criminal practice and il ly out vlitl from the Kvi n hrluncr. tir me T2n2Jly the Cheyenne and Arapahoe reserva to carry my belongings to a place of collection!, tint hour Any iini'ciii run the IiupIiicm none - until Ton full. You aliuiitil try nothing iliise tion has left that country almost wild- safety. When they had finished I nt the builnrti fur )ourtolf uhat ou tan i) Hirer. which No capital rl'kril. Women are Taaaaes w. Saaaltli, er than it was before the opening a told them all to call around to the ofgrnixl work?; iinnniliiys tin) tniko ne much sion. year ago, a pmall colony of religious fice and I would settle with them in mm. llicy tlimil I trv llila luulm-M- , nt It In 10 in A tight lady eamo on tho train yesteruilliulnptril (ntlirni. Wrlli- it for jonmlf. Aililrtit If. HAM. I. IT .V CO., day. Oh, howl hatotoseothatl If men enthusiasts has settled in what is the morning. ill f tlofduT Ilux MHO, I'nrlliiinl, Ma. HARTFORD, KY. Since she went home would evrr get any sen Iro orceaso to hold known as F. county, among the sand 'They murmured a great deal and Will practice h'a profemlon in Ohio and adj. In. Resolved that marked copies of tho tho wiuo cup to tho lips of n perfcctlady, hills of the Indian Territory. The leadHow still the empty rooms her presIng countiea, and the court Christmas number of tho Puyallup I would say: "Welcome death. Goodby, ers of this colony, went there from demanded the pesos then and there. attention glred to collection). of Appeal., bpeeia ence blessed, I told them that I didn't do business Office Untouched the pillow that her dear Yolper bo sent to tho Standard Oil com- vain world: I'm going home." north aide publie square. Y3T17 pany showing tho resources of our town. I did not notice it till she and tho jag, Sedgwick and Barber counties, in that way; didn't have a cent with me, head pressed, Resolution passed aud another atmful of as they call it, tried to como in tho car Kansas, and took with them the fol- and they would have to wait whether My lonely heatt hath nowhere for its wood brought in by tho vice president. door abreast. Then sho saw that ono of lowing of seventy men and women. they desired to or rest, E.D.OUFFV. B.D.RINQO. not I was a little Moved that tlio Puyallup band bo per- them would havo to wait.for the other. Since she went home. a-tiffSince mad, and turning on my heel, I reric ZRlrLgro, mitted to pr.ictico in tho board of trado Sho Btepiied back, placing her hand to That was six months ago. building if it will furnish its own kero- her lips with an apologetic air to tho jag, that time they have been joined by nt tired to the hotel, where I was about Since she went home The, long, long days have crept nway sene. Referred to committoo on enterbut it was not going to bo outdone in least sixty persons, so now they nutn-'bto go to bed, when up came half a tainment for visit of Standard Oil com- courtesy and waited for her. like years, Will practice In nil court, of Ohio andadlomini about one hundred and thirty. dozen rurales (mounted police,) armed ar ev counties, and In Superior Court and Court of Aa- r MLVLAflVU' The sunlight has been dimmed with pany. u Sho camo fct later on with a quick, im- Their belief is exceedingly simple. Collection, and all legal buntneas attended with carbines and cutlasses. I didn't ). General discussion regarding streetcar patient oath, and sitting down with her doubts and fears, Offlie, No. 3ii E. Market stUartford, Ky. And the dark nights have rained in lino now tunning betwoen postofiice and wholo being cracked ono of tho axles of They worship an unknown God as understand much of their language, Piob.tsco'suddition to Puyallup. Moved tho car. Sho was on licr way to Nan-seu- represented by life, and deem it a but signs sufficed to let me know that lonely tears, that unless Prubasco uses his own team Since she went home. where sho lived. mortal sin to look upon the face of a I had been sent for, and that I had on week days board of trado will tako m human being. Men and women wear better come. off its team on Sunday. Adopted. at law; masks day and night, and never by Moved, also, that Prebasco borwniired NYE IN OJ.EGON. "I went, and in the short space of a to abstain from hauling homo his perany chance do they gaze upon the very few minutes I was before the alsonal coal in tho street card or forfeit his face of one another. They teach morcalde explaining the nature of my inSOME RESOLUTIONS BEFORE THE charter. WfPIPI Klml oMJIrl. ality in the severest perfection, not debtedness to a dozen men who were BOARD OF TRADE IN PUYALLUP. Voted to invito Japan to 15. On this interesting topic wc give permitting the two sexes even to witli thobotird of trado of Puyallup ill there demanding my dollars or my the lollowing pointers to our young dwell in the same.valiey.-the- ir homes incarceration. Nye I'ni.r. tlio Night Willi IVIrr .Inclitoii establishing u lino of mail and passenger I could talk pretty Ncft'ttp. also to consult with our men readers: being about two miles apart. There well with the judge, for he underanil In tba Moriiliicni't. On" Mflimil Thing bteamers, and fellow townsman So Up nnd ask him to Boat Call Blioe In tne woitd for the prior. A good girl to have Sal Vation. is a daily religious service, when stood much of the American language, That Una Ni.ir Yvt llceu I'ulillilicrt. so Inlluenco his own government W. L Oourflneanoeeareeold every beta. (Office In Crewder Building.) that Evorybcdy lioull wear them. It fa doty A disagreeable girl Annie Mosity. they all come to a central point, for Sarlnir the Opera. Will practice his profeaalon courts ef China w ill aid us in building up our tnwn. you otto youanelt to cot tba beat Yaloe toe and after he had talked with my Ohio and adjoining countiea. lu all the Notary A fighting girl Hittie Magan. Alao yonr money. EooDomualnyourfootwaaiby Resolved to ask our sheriff to watch such services are in the open air. ICopynulit. IIH. hy Kilitur V. Nji-- . creditors he let me know that, accord- a'abllo T2sauji paronnstne; W. L. DoUglas8hoet,wbloh A sweet girl Carrie Mel. it nispicloui character named Qaskctt, Ev Routh. toriesont tba bait valua at tba pitoea John Waldron, formerly of Sedg- ing to the law as well as the custom, abOTb, oa tb'.utands can testify. Wo nro just entering Oregon, with a who chlms to bo visiting Puyallup for A very pleasant girl Sallie Vatc. wick county, conducts 'all communiNo I must go to jail, but that he had fund adieu to Ciliforni i and a pang of pleasure. If no inoro cogent reason bo A smooth girl Amelia Ration. without W. L. fnnil. Jfnnr cations with the outside world, and on- talked them into granting a sort of given, lm should lo arrested. :m:., Xj. nntwlat ninid ant rtco slamped, oa bottom. lock regret. TUero is something about Call' A seedy girl Cora Andcr. , i,,.,,!,, rorlttitiriDoutuy. S -- retary requested to ask Mr. IIow-I'll- s fi,, i ill.,, ,,,i i .i,u,a . .i,u,,i ly on his visits to El Reno and King- reprieve until the following mofning . , v. ?.. llcuglut, llrocktnn, Mnii. ' , A clear case of girl U I.ucy Date. fisher does he lay aside his mask. ATTORNEY AT LAW, to found u story on tho marvellous in i uiu.lil lvilli'l.llillL' wu i.iiuii:iiMiii at 8:30 o'clock, when I must pay or of I. I'. WfKHNKI., II infm.., Ky. It is tho word "Weleomo" written on growthmid Puyallup. with promiso of ex--' A geometrical girl Poll Gon. each of these trips heburies him- go to jail. I thanked him, and you Alter every lipiirtliti)iiu niul over tliu Oafcl uid pen-.e- s entertainment while here. Not n Christian girl Ilcttic practice liie profession In all th. Court, el self in solitude and expiates the sin may be sure that I was in a hurry to ' Voted that the stomach of ColomlJag- ciitr.ttiro iih well ns tlio Golden Unto. llhtfl ahil aillnlnl.m nnnnllu ...wl In II.. f .1 ('iliforiiut mid ol having come in contact, uncoverundcrt.iuil each other by of this place bo sent to Chicago as a get up next morning. I bOITOW- - Aniwftls. SnM.lfllattnnllnnolv-nfftAn1lM.tln- .v....-..,........." c:s .to it:i rtona tos emx "I One ol the best girls lilla Gant. pruttywHI, Slit l9Mif(N)(l fellow ," v. ' tiieeinien of Puyallup s interior deeora- ' orer Williams, Dell ft Co', drugstore. , ed, with mankind. Walrond and E. ed an alarm clock, hired at Office, A Magnificent My to yon, C.ilironu.i. not mile... hut an tinns A flower girl Rhoda Dcndroti. M. Scott, another of the leaders, were man to come around and wake inc, FLOWER SEEDS rvoir. MovLiland seconded that water is it usiieciioii ot A musical girl Sara 'Xade. formerly well known as alliance or- aud then lay awake all night, for fear The ClilnpHo phc.innt is noticcablo now moro dj&tructito clement than (Ire. A profound girl Metric Physics. Resolve that ILimkt was deranged, ganizers. When the alliance was I would not be up in time to escape nlonx tho rc.ul in sonthoni Oregon uh wo ft A star girl Mita Oric. th ;t .lames Owen O'Conor's concepIt is 11 iMMntifnl bird, as tlio Ko north. merged into the people's party they going to jail. It cost me two boxes 3fr ornithologist knows, with rich ground tion of the part was correct. A clinging girl Jcbsie Mine. I resolved to gather such followers aa of cigars toget the cashier of the comawtiMOTntSj! il IIM.I.C.HI.I.M. a4 If.u. works of dovo colored feathers on tho Vote I that an old Spanish mission bo A nervous girl Hester leal. they could and retire from the world, pany up to get the needed money. It body, 11 royal cr.tvnt of clunguablo bluo irecteil here at nn early date, located at A muscular girl Gallic Stenics. and a long, grncvfnl full dress tail of tho tho terminus of tho Puyallup and or at least to disappear from the is a very peculiar law, but it is very 1T-'A lively girl Annie Mation. addition lino of horsocars. j.imo color. You. would naturally us civilization of the present day. effectual. I owed the money, and I ."K. iitlfltltl, Resolved that this town has always to. Ta IrirodBr ikka An uncertain girl Kvn Vescent. The result was the founding of the had it to pay. They don't take promhad a gon.l. steady, healthy growth, aud f kr tl U Mt in4j Ukn, t m A sad girl 1511a G. colony in the Indian territory. that wo do now adjourn. mill ises to pay, and they don't yant iih'ii ( him at iyrf KiahLM t ! mi A serene girl Mollie Vy. Coming north from Los Angeles VfmrU f Tkrm nil mi lb ldl has been adopted; none is wantchecks. They take hard money, that J M will llwulfta, i".tamif A great big girl Kllic Pliant. through tho great groves of cactus near pea mmJ aatU. U"Vt MAllMfl Cle 7& ed. They have sought seclusion and. they can spend it for pulque. aVUn af I httlr t lmtf H4aV ha i IfttWrW MTittMh rtV tho Moliavo desert I got off a good thing. k) Utfuii-aatoftaa, lkr)MtWfnmt. AiUfk, I'lktwa, A war like girl Mcllie Taiy. they have found it. What little propInfiMMa4i. I.wn, Tr" Mm, flsi, rMUx toU "Some of their other laws or cusWe wero a merry party, filling 15 lUmcmUr, ttltrfiii M Kiwi, fnif. The best girl of all Your Own. t4 U4UtVfl Ck4M sleeping cars. Wo wero all crowdod, of iltinw lnlU k4 UUatlr erty there is in the community is held, toms are just as effectual. I was ra ntaa !. H trWt MitU p f lavly .mlM "H UIIMjM Uta WtUTl4 frnki ti wtJrrkl course, but gay. I slept with Peter in common, anyone using any par- there during an Indian outbreak. The OFFICE OVER RED W ptrftate ttry Btrribf mf Uhm lit Im ItriuiirUy l'rew Aof-lntloit- . FRONT tlnMiKrt7.mt, i4 oUlrSJ jot tuoiMf n4 wiaka fvm ffwcai who was going to play at Stockton. -- l f at MlkfU4. 0n It M I Wtl Mifulll if JM Kentucky Press Association, office ticular thing he sees fit to desire at government offered a reward of $100 Iu tho morning, as wo lay thoro awako M m4 falutl kajtltabikf Immm, kit lU U4f Bvi f ltltwlla (mi lMai Hi lta.trfurti kaff for every Indian scalp that was and waiting for tho gents to get all ol the Secretary, 514 Third Street, the time. The colonists believe it sinj ! Is prepared to do all kinds af aaaafl m nJ m ! aai Am Iianm. IHma. 44 fN't Mr, n. V.MNftmf aUjiW WU. a washed tip and givo tho gentlemen a Louisville, Ky., May 10, 1S93. My ful to desire to accumulate property. brought in, and they came. I was Dental work at reasonable 'prices. : Jrfifl" - Sfmtf W ftw.U Uh a! f wa a.t 4im4H clmnco, i said to Mr. Jackson, "Pete," I Dear Sir: The Executive Committee They have twenty log houses equalseated in the Governor's office one ii Um mJ - to wnlf'f aetf. M. llarla, hfoUlja, N T. Mr. lUftrj Wftnl Wkf (a rfal i says, "do you know what tio it is that ibarrbrri, aft itra.' t.riiainoat ki J has instructed me to announce the ly divided between what are in reality day when a man came in with thirIu tttti ur at la laat binds this country to tho republic of teen scalps. They were all fresh and following programme and arrange- two comniunities.and two storehouses, .Mexico? VJ, tut l aarrMta Mi l'ttlll rlTI tn havrlinJrtM ko4 ati "Why, certainly," ho said. "I know ments for the annual meeting to be from which they draw their supplies. some of them looked as though they rw-- ( AT . taaBfal. 4 cpppfn nPFPaiT.?WT-- 4. something about roparteo myself. It's held in this city Monday, May -- L Ina If rant The work is done regardless of sex,. might almost have been warm. There 29: abnra (r M l affar, i uamt tU mmmA in mitti tho railroad tie." will a aVfrferuratfW, fr4, U 1 Assemble nt 2:30 p. 111. at Com- men and women alike engaging in alL n was no delay about it. The felaJJ Umi t all Iht abifa, tlWlftMrfl "Guess again," I said, splintering tho "I'CTE," I BAV8. beaWH lkfapJ Hvrrl I low made oath as to where he got the mercial Club Rooms, Commerce the vocations common in a new coun iMtBMi vartaltta, laiaJifi; rUrMlUa. la la soon think of shooting 0110 of your own ceiling of tlio car with ono blow of my iarvv, urtiff Milan, rip ir Mar, fist and hurting myself very, much, for Building, Fourth and Main. tat.w try. They appear to be healthy and scalps and that they were taken from tit, Dai rM avath rnfS MilW WaaHfl bridesmaids at tho altar, and j et this is ri knl faaMnaidla boadaal ftuwara rm mllltaJ Iwktwai arWtira vikfe l tff ar, art iKa largtai. a gamo bird and hard to kill, but very wo wero in tho upper berth. "That Is not the heads of rebellious Indians. That 2 Address of Welcome by Hon. II. contented, and were it not for the unHaaal anJ av4 raWbraUd kftcwia. Tk a rraar correct; Mr. Jackson. It is tho oacti." Wfkt ft fl,ai1 w4ar fn Ur ttxmibi delicious whon cooked. I ordered ono rrUftiM r sightly dark red mask constantly was enough. There were no warrants I g.tvo this to Tho Oregouian, but the S. Tyler, Mayor of the city. cold for lunch nt Rossburg, but finally A ANOTHER GREAT OFFER ! issued, no certificates made out, The editor counted tho words and said it 3 Response by President Charles worn they would appear as other peotook 11 cold Kiitsago with leaf lard a la would bo $3 or 10 days. wtth Mr Dnatatfkat llUaa tf taMaa rtawar OthM. Meacham for the association. er, toikaf ple after having been divided off into Governor just wentv down into his UWMKVmM Fairbanks instead. atoaata tMii flaamM4. niakM ea rhtt at iU tiUtmmy Utaf It is now published for tho first time, er remarks. I aH iu liaif UtraU4 ttflTr rrat. Aainast Two Chinese pheasants woro planted PLEASilNT separate communiteis. They say they sack and counted out, 1,300 Dobe k. ILNOOUE A CO., ar I'mrk VUt. Nw TrK. bnt will bo used in England by mo next at tho foot of it lono hill near us soven season. I go 4 Enrollment of members and dis- are happy; they have no wants that j dollars, and the fellow went k away s&m& rv? thero to visit tho grave of Jh1iXb?!1mWl1i years ugo, nnd now there aro many milare unsupplied.andsay that they could with a load on his shoulders, and belions of them. They multiply hero and Shakespcaro and lecturo 011 it. It is tribution of badges. lLtm '& it not be induced to return to the world. fore night had a comfortable'load' with 5 Assemble at 8 p. m. for enterthen divide. You find each bird flocking strango that no ono has over lectured on THE NDCT M0RNINO I Till. BRIQHT AND ffi Shakespeare's tomb. Roso-Imr-g by himself. I saw oight between NfcW AND MY C0MPLEX.0N 18 BErTEH. tainment. (Arrangements are pend- The chance visitor to the colony in himself. That much money buys Shukcsiicaro was a ready man. No one nnd Cngoiie, but no two togother. JW&f ri a"r on th. TBU drink I. kindly and couiteously, and lots of mescal in that country. That aJicTkldneriLandUapleuanllautW.. stomacb. Href ever got ahead of him. Tho same is truo ing for an outing at Phoenix Hill They eat tho farmer's wheat and aro gopt,p"nrt'MU"MU'M JaaflSua of Bacon. Bacon was tho Moses P. Park, a delightful resort on the hill is given lodging in one of the cabins-tha- t reward made every man in that couning to lie as bad as tho English sparrow Handy of his timo. top, where none will be admitted ex is kept for that purpose. He is try an Indian hunter. A dead Indian some day, tlioy say. Tho English sparAt ono town wo found a man who was cept members of the association with not invited to stay, nor do they give was worth $100. The practice may AU dramm aell It at Son. aim el m row itnd younger son seem to twitter tiv.n to Too rannnt set IMemd roar address f ur fraeaiuapla. in jail for impersonating mo. Ho was along togother toward tho west. Tho .y jum:h wwr- - tne .. althy "'''"evw.ry A buna. getting somo hospitality and had been their families. The City Railway Com- him a hint to leave. They converse heve been inhuman, but when it had y sparrow does not nipvo In good society, IVABD. but ho Ih self supporting. Ho does not taken in tho arms of adniriug friends pany has kindly agreed to provide freely and without hesitation, but been in force a short time there were very few Indian insurrections in that go to dinner aud eat his custard plo with till it was ascertained that ho did not street car transportation without persistently refuse to listen to anya pair of leggings. Ho may uso his crop, speak French well nnd had also shaved charge. A fine orchestra will be se- thing about the outside world they part of the State." SUtUCiXtTT. wnaaciiTrrr. Ho spoko French, but not his head. bnt tlmt Is different. with thtf Parisian accent. He was din- cured, and plans perfected, according have left. They talk simply about Vntiiom er is it good place to meet this n There is more Catarrh in this clitKs nf peoplo. They go on board tho ing with the division superintendent of to present intentions for a delightful their spiritual state, its beauties and tho Lick observatory at the time, and evening.) ofthe country than all other disbte.ui.i-for Japan, carrying their crops. its blessings. There are several marpnt together, and until the Tlioy cannot conveno without ono any also made it crack at Aristotle, which his 6 May 30, assemble nt Union Sta- ried couples, but they live apart. eases host know I would not havo dono, so tho more than the Ohio boy could stand at last .few years was supposed to be intion, Tenth and Broadway, at- - 7:30 a. There has been no rule adopted rey was jugged, and I had somo the head of his class after an enemy had fraud CREAM iu identifying myself oven. 111. and proceed via J., M. and I. garding a life of celibacy, each one curable. For a great many years docw removed the kuotholo in tho tloor which 'err 'Tflriii Cur Co'.Ji, CotuhiJoM Throat. Onop. InCi U Finally tho opt-r- house man camo in (Pennsylvania Line) to Chicago, ar- being his own judge in this matter. tors pronounced it a local disease, and the top boy used to stick his great AmeriCouth, Broaehltla u. V.'Uopinr Ttr Coatuniptioa aal Atiktia. and compared my looks with n plcturo concur. can too in whilo ho considered. la Arit U(ti, u u riving at 5:30 p. 111. same day. In fact, no one seeks to control any 1 prescribed local remedies, and by a jure relief In adTtaeM atirra. Ut. atom a, As wo go northward wo miss tho pepper ho had In his locket. Turning my fnco V911 rill stantly failing to cure with local th. tieelltat .trect after takKz t.a it. Kentucky of the others. It appears to be a 7 to tho light, "Alas, f. it 4en. Sold by dealers .Terrwhin. YEARS FOR oi'l tree, the camphor tree, tho baobab tree, yes; this is ho sighed and said:lines of State May 31, assemble at thttlca M cent, and tl .00. tho manl Seo tho Building, World's Fair, at 10 community without a head or a ruler. treatment, pronounced it incurable. tlu eucalyptus trro and tho family treo. Hats led all Worm Remedies. Science has proven catarrh to be a Oregon has fow tropical plants, but is a caro running around tho mouth, but giv- a. 111. Exercises. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. constitutional disease, and therefore, conservative state, it ilever Inula boom, ing it up as too much of a job. This is , Itrmninond'a I.lRhlRlna;- 8 Election of officers and transBOLD EVERYWHERE, tho man, It Is plain: so aro his features.'' but rather it t.tcady, healthful growth. Remedy done great work for H. J. venuires constitutioual treatment ritual! r aiouapsoi atucm to., w. torn. Ho was sircastic, but I was unmoved. action of othcrbusiness of importance. Tho mossback has been till tho tiino reAfterward friends camo in my room Afterward inspection of World's Fair Uwis, of Anderson's Mills, S. C. He Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by proached by tho joungeriiitd moro prohad sciatic rheumatism in the left leg E.J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is gressive business man. In Rosoburg n nnd iitkod wiiat had been burning. Tlioy sights. Tfre Quarterly Register of and hip, and for six weeks was not tJbconly constitutional cure on the Mai no man said .tlmt "unless tho moss-hac- k studied burnt hair iu tho room. I saw 1 9 June 1, assemble at Kentucky cemetery showed moro entcrpriso could not conceal it any longer and sd nble to sit up or walk a step: and suf- wajfcet. It is taken internally in State Building at 10 a. 111. to attend fHagt.feelte, . Oe ISlffJMfjnfaV tliu Ice crop around Bath, Me., would admitted that it was where I had heaped coals of tiro on his head. dedication ot the same. Luncheon fered untold agonies when the pains doses from 10 drops to a bo worth more than thoontiro prodMdT.i-- M. t.oa After It acts directly on the ucts of southern Oregon." will follow. Aiter June 1 there is to darted up and down his leg. - "B ee im a. a anHaek la ewety eoamee using Drummond's Lightning Reme- blood nnd mucous surfaces of the sysStill ho may havo been a pessimist. Each .be 110 concerted programme aad kk mI, wtilM uu ceil. et. IWnt . Vull..l CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. Oregon, however, is undoubtedly n rerWMER. Tiiaw -- .. J5"0- member of the party will be provided dy for Rheumatism for two weeks, he tem. They offer one hundred dollars aanatu tkMl priu klAlr aad ciimoi urorii markably good stato as regards resources, IdiiM jtial at K4- K. WlaTMlP, with a return coupon, good, over the wrote that he could walk and that the for any case it fails to cure. Send for but u slight shower continuing from tlio " A mM, tJatlr aaj UtVUai avUloelaa. A SURE and CERTAIN OUR noanraca l UmuWrwMWUIociUnoron laa la. last of August to May 1 keops n great Louisville, New Albany and Chicago pain was gone. If you suffer from circular and testimonials. Address, known for IByaars as the BB8T iai. to tuuii a oMptu." rKKa. I, ti. iCMUKMAX, CanuU t'aUenlir. Itasca. U. X. many people indoors. Tho patter of tho F. J.C11KNEV & Co. .Toledo. O. REMEDY FOR PILES. Railway (Motion Route.) They may rheumatism and wish to be cured.ask Tnytni tj mciltRD80 IDlcntl CO., ,t. lorjM. raindrop on tho roof is a feature of lifo Fee sal. KirSoia.tty Druggist, 75c. 39 im aartticatai l ta. world, who will tlio rtctlve ubwriptiaoa. return at any time within ten days at your dniggist for Drummond's Lighton tho Pacific coast, and especially of M wul b. Ullesfl daflCt ta U th ning Remedy, and if he has not got ... pffc awi Ziz "i - ctpiH aed Poatal fJsalAa eta. a, "" l'Tj nluMt. I. B. Naix. evtesBM w vtaigiej their pleasure. Oregon and the sound. Peoplo lmvo a , pMit f)i 73. Aguni. it, write to the Drummond Medicine t Coughing leads to Consumption. moro aquatic appcaranco, and their bills CURRCNT HISTORY, Kemp's Balsam stops Uie cough at once ' T0T,MICM..,fc Co., 48.50 Maiden Lane, New York. are longer, especially at hotels. Ilon't Tnkc Our Word, 4 8oienllflo Amerloon Portland is ono of tho most stable cities 2t f SKVn t . V . no.tfle call your druggist to one side Agents wanted. But of tho west and is growing rapidly. That and ask him privately which of all stamps to 39 Corcoran Building, Washis, it is a healthy growth, of course BUI Collertlna In Meslc. the remedies advertised to cure rheunothing in tho naturoof a boom. Sho ington, D. C, and you will receive "You talk about bill collecting," has a good hotel, which sho did not havo matism he would recommend. If he four copies of Kate Field's WashingI visited her eight years ago under E., L. Dean to a Seattle Press-Time- s when is posted, and conscientious, he will said containing matter o special inthe ablo managemont of a dramatic imman, "you ought to see the ton, tell you that Dr. Drummond's Lightpresario and mnlo shoer of Walla Walla. terest Give name and, address, and Airs. P. Harris, R. L. Brit.on and .rJDskValRTrlADI MARK. ning Remedy is the only one that of-- way the Mexicans do that sort of where you saw this advertisement. ly An interesting featuro of tho younger DI8IQN PATINTSe fflflW T. F. Dean. MVrs aud Prop. business, or rather the way they used towns Is tho board of trado. OOPYRKlHTa. ato. ,fers a reward of 500 for a case that rrea nanabook write to for information ana BmMiiwATrTrJiw Voair. The only modernly built Theater The proceedings of tho Puyallup (proFITS. All fits stopped fie by Dr. iluNN cannot be cured. One bottle will cure to do it several years ago, before their CO. mil Oldest bureau for eocurlnu patanta In Amorlta. f lL "ALAS, YES; TUIS IS THE MANl" nounced board of trade civilized, Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. Krurr patent taken out br u. la brought before With sensible laws became a little more ordinary case. No in me city. makes interesting reading. As n delibthe publlo bra uotlee glTen froo of obargg la tba This brings us to Centralis, Or. It is any and lawyers began framing them so The only Theater playing 6rstclaa not tho liveliest town I ever saw, but people this is the strongest recomMarvelous erate body it marks an era in our civiliafter first day's use. they could live themselves and make Sts attractions at popular 'prices, kind treatment thero makes us remember mendation. sation. Sold by druggists, or cures. Treatise and $2.00 trial bottle othTho board meets pursuant to adjournIt with pleasure. Half tho stores I saw Situated on West side of 4th ave., Lareert elrculatlon of anr aelentlSa paper la th. to any address by express, money out of the misfortunes of proceeds to deliberate. Moved were for rent, but wo wero not there to sent ment and wunu. oiivuuiuir iiiuMrbu. no Intelllnat ers. They didn't have much use for tree to Fit cases. Send to Dr. Kline, between Walnut and Greene It- man ahouli be without tVaaklr. l- Drumniond Medicine Co., 48.50 Maidthat wo ask the Pennsylvania railroad to keop store, and so wo did not mind. tnontha. AddKiiMflM T.ri ai.'ili Ir 3 til liroadwar, lawyers then. Tne judge, or rather 931 Arch St., Phlla., Pa. For sale by VuiiLuiueus, Prices 50o, 25c, 15o aud 10c, "w Vork Sr construct its line to Puyallup and comEvery ono nt tho hotel went to "the en Lane, New York. Agents wanted. the alcalde, attended to the entire all druggists; call on yours. pote with Vancouver for theChincso and opera." Ono of tho ladies of our party 36 ly 1 Japanese trado. Adopted. business. Miguel Maron vrottld apremained, having heard tho opera before. Man Pernona FOR DVBI'BPSIA j . Moved that this motion bo Bpread upon At 0:30 her fire went out, so sho went BROWN'S IR0.1 BITTERS Lane's medicines' novo the bowels pja In broken down from oTcrwork or bouMhold pear before the alcalde and atate that V Rrewa'a Irea Bitten. " rv the pages of tho proceedings and becomo for a porter to attend to it. One recommend IU " Brown's Iron Hitters Pbjalclaua Ourei IndlgcstloD, lillloutntu, Dyip.p.1, Mai. '.. very day. In order to be healthy Jesus Arguilla owed him certain mon a part of the moments of his body; also sleepy hand was in the office. Ho woke rU.KerTouineu.andCenoral Debility. Fhral-aiaAll dealer, keep It. It 00 per bottU. Oeswlaa nbuilda the tyitem, alda dlf Mtloa, raawTM ex-- ) recommend It. AlldeaV'i acll It. Genuine and crowed red llaca oa wrajaai. of bile, and curd malaria. Qc'tuegenuine, eys for services rendered. Jesus was i his is necessary. BM inde-Mr- l that it be published in the Puyallup up and triod to do the best ho could. He hat trade mark and croiiod red Uum on wrapper. ONE DOLLAR EVERY HOUR ! - e that Mr. Dcpow bo asked also during tho rainy season to como and bo nv nonuiiT j. nuunuTTi:. entertained by means of a "buggy tido and tutti frutti ico cream" in order to give Since slie went home eastern peoplo n better idea of our reThe evening shadows linger longer source: also that ho bo asked to mako a few remarks suitublo for a biochuro here, The winter days fill so much of the hereafter to bo published relativo to tho resources of Puyallup. Passed. year, fyommltteo uppointod to arrango menu Ami even summer winds arc chill for tho said dinner. Qeuoral discussion and drear regarding tho uso of nativo wines at Since she went home. tame. Resolved to tako thrco or four Since she went home largo drinks before dinner instead of The robin's note has touched ti minor having wiiio at table. strain, General discussion as to whether Mr. The old glad songs breathe but a sad Dcpow would object to waflles before or iclraiu, after tho ico cream. Secretary asked to And lengthen sobs with hidden, bitter writo Mr. Dcpow regarding samo and ut pain, sumo tituo dexterously to outline, tho Since she went home. trend ofio matters to bo touched' upon bci'inu. ,o .) a nv.v .ittu.T. ""3!7i8soiiTo tiiao getting tho material and awkward In starting tho fire, but finally ho succeeded. Then as ho went nway ho said: "When I como to this town again, I'm goiu'r to stop nt another houpo. I can't sell goods all day and then keep up tho Ores in tho hotel all night. It saps my wholo being." Wo now como to Eugene, whero there mo 140,(00 ncrej of good fanning lands for nalo withi'i tho elty limits. It was hero that two young men came to the door and asked for tickets in oxchango for hisido business lots at Whatcom. They Btartod to say that Whatcom nover had it But they woro hustled In tho back way nnd quieted down, agreeing to help shift our scenery for us for admis- BLOOMING JAYS. - CrlDan "Weddiaasr. Attorney at Law, M'Jl$rs!m cr Attorneys at Law. mSmtfa e, Perry WesterfUld saaa.ssTJFOieE), mm W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE Roaine, ltiy3 KCeavxin, ie. "Weddimr Attorney at Law, Jr 1 . iim-mi- Ro-dox- Hartford, Ky. .. -n. 1 I r Immm AFREE! 1 d if. I. VfflfflSm ,t 0sas J t m kaadr-aJ- 's ed fi? brr ( 1 'JSBftCISe; No-nam- wm ftR m m TBPi DENTIST. JbcIc-601- 1, M-- 4 xn , U- v aa-i- . -- ., BBpTil 1 .ToTXpJ; fll gMMr f pvIfrvKE wrwr (aavSaU.SBBBBBBBBBBBr a mm 1 LAHrSMEDIClTJE ? M ! llaMBBaK EilTR ir 1 sec-tfcio- r WORMS! WHITE'S diffl-cult- a c.-til- VfRHIEJifiE 20' TflBLER'SDII C bugkeyeTILC OINTMENT Qjplggy I I ttlaaCe) Lea -- aeesj Harris Theater, ' LOUISVILLE, KY. trl s bo-lo- w -- ss .?. aJa.. i. iiiS lv.' 'iU..U ..''' (. rMg&i4i l.,,5 I - .1 t',v L V ' Hartford Republican PUBLISHED KVKHV KIUDAV MORNING. K.lllor mil Proprietor. JO. . MOUKKN. FR1DA.Y, MAY 19, 1893. 'I'm: good people of Hartford arc hiterectcd in what the Grand Jury will do bo are the Blind Tigers. A. V. unPoNT, a highly respected citizen of Louis and public-spirit- ed villc, died suddenly on Tuesday in that city. A latk novelty is an entire suit of clothes made of rattle suako skin, buttons aud teeth, which is to be worn at the World's Fair. A mix has been introduced into the Legislature to abolish the Kentucky Institute lor the Feeble Minded, aud the man who introduced it deserves the condemnation of all thinking meu. II anythiug at all needs doiug with the Institute for the Feeble Minded it is lor the inmates to change places with the Legislature. Tiik editorial column ot that enter- prising paper, the Ltvermorc Chronicle, was headed' last week by the following interesting item: "Mr. J. Kdwin Rowe, our affable, but erratic, Commonwealth's Attorney, is reported to have called the eddirty itor of this paper 'alow-dowlittle liar.' If Mr. J. Kdwin Rowe will make his statement a little more specific, and state wherein we 'lied' it will very much oblige us, meantime he can find us at Livermore almost at any time he desires. 'Ruth R. Audmugh, Editor." n, EvERYnoBY liked "Money and Morals very much, still the fewest number can say il was what they expected. Many of our people had heard Bam Jones in his recent meet ing at Owensboro and all had heard his sensational sayiugs lepeated so often that somehow the great majority had conceived the idea that Mr. Watterson's lecture would partake of the nature of the Jones discussions. So that when they heard "Money and Morals" with its chaste huraor.its classic English, its rare eloquence and its profound philosophy, they were surprised in truth disappointed, but far from displeased. Sunday morning several parties in town witnessed a very sad sight. A young fellow about seventeen years old was carried through the streets on a horse; he was drunk and had to be held by the negro boy who was behind him. He got down off of the horse at the creek and lay there on the bank in the sun helplessly drunk. The sun looked down on that erring boy that beautiful Sabbath day and It also wiw him none to the docs community that looked down upon a allows the law to bo continually vio lated with impunity; the public morals to be corrupted and the town to be recognized as given to lawlessness and all because our people are either interested in these violations of law or else they have not the courage to rise in their might as they can do and demand the full and fair enforcement of the laws. JUT. I'l.EAHAST. May 14. As I have a good chance to know the wants of the people around this place, I thought I would write a few lines to your paper. I see in your paper of April the 23d, an article over the signature of one "Scuds," who siys we need a schoolhouse very badly. On that we agree, for our house is not large enough to hold the children in the district, but we don't need a fine house in order to be up with the Our wives and times, as he says. children have to live in very common houses at home and I don't think we ought to want a fine house in order to keep up with the times, for that has been the ruin of the world, trying to keep up with the times. He says "we want a house with some attraction." Now I think that would be a dude house; a young lady once said that a dude was a suit of clothes with nothing in it. Now wouldn't that be a fine house full of ragged children, as we are all poor in Scorch. this district. NTA.N'I.KY. Owing to the continued wet weather the farmers are behind with their work. A very serious accident occurred here last Tuesday about noon. Frank Ruth and several young friends were bathing in the back water when young Ruth took the cramp and was drowned. Mr. Ruth was a generous, brave man and his sad demise, is a source of much sorrow to his many friends. While on the way from grave of Mr. Ruth, Allen Pertie stopped at the saloon and was accidently shot by the dig-gingtr. Miss Carrie Cox, of this place, is visiting hersister, Mrs. Dr. Heavrin, of flasket, this week. Died.on the 12th inst.at her home, Mrs. George Bender. She had been a sufferer of consumption for years. The young people had a grand time at the entertainment last Saturday night, given by Mr. and Mrs. Willie Lambert. Mr. Dob Davis, Mac Allen and Miss Mattie Davis composed the band, which made excellent music. As this is my first time to write, I will close for the present. A. C. W. .Notice. I am now prepared to do white wash- ing in s style and on short notice. Parties desiring white washing will do well to give me atrial. Vj;s I.INDI.KY. first-clas- nc Hns K011e home but once, and then Gen. Grant considered the greatest A CITIZ iN he says half the people in P.iducah man he met in his tour around the mill would pass him on the street with Tilings nr Udtlnir f.lvtly Around world, and whom Chinese Gordon so Nrori'tttip irrlj I'tlili-JltNil Mir i. ill . '"Jiilei-- . IhfOplUI. "Hello Ike" ns unconcerned ns if much admired, and who has always ' they had seen him every day for n been a great friend of this country, , Hauti-oki)ICv., May 16. "The real significance of Mr. Cleve- has arrived at the conclusion that the year. One fellow remarked, "Where office seekers out dignity of China requires that she, Mu. Kihtou.-- Iii the three ser- - you been so long, Ike?" land's shutting the of the White House," remarked a Re- shall treat our citizens in China just , mons that I hear I bam Jones prcwli, tr.viox. publican Senator, "has been entirely as China's citizens arc treated in this i at OwciisborohecovercangrcatdcUot May 15 Norma and Roy Miller, was n square back- country. They will be deported and j ground and SMred men lor their overlooked. It who have been very sick ol pneumodown and an abject surrender, so far cxcluded.and a great exodus of Amcr- - meanness in .1 way that was exceed- nia, arc out again. as the minor Presidential patronage (can merchants mid missionaries from ingly grJt'.'y'n to nil save the nnu We have a good Sunday School at is concerned, to the Democratic Sen- China is probable, nud complications who was hit, but 1 do not remember this place. Just aft- that may interrupt our friendly rela- hearing hsai say anything about an ators and Representatives. Mrs. Mcl7ona Barnard aud Miss inauguration he tions with China are possible. er Mr. Cleveland's abuse, or I mijht say, a sia, which is Cornelia of the Liberty Barnard, caused it to be announced that he esThe Chinese authorities do not look very prevalent among Adam's deprav- - neighborhood, were nt our Sunday pecially desited to hear from private with favor on the emigration oftheir'cd progeny. school Sunday. citizens and that his policy in mak- people and have winked at, or passed rnnr.oNAi. ci.uanmnkss, Messrs- - I.on and Foil Rogers have ing appointments would be to give with mild protest, some of our regu- I mean the disgusting sin of personal had a chance for the measles and everybody a chance, and not confine lations which made what they felt to unclcnuline-sin short personal came home from school. himself to selecting those recommend- be a discrimination, unjust il pot inIt wai the great Wesley who Mason Taylor is planting tobacco. ed by Senators and Representatives. sulting, but they have given plain in- said that "Cleanliness is the next Miss Una Stevens' school gave an citWell, he heard from the private timations that the enforcement's of the thing to Godliness," and I am of the entertainment Friday afternoon. Sevizens thousands of 'em and he also Geary Law would be followed by re- opinion that the reverse is also true, eral of the patrons were present. heard from the Senators and Repre- taliatory legislation. China has nev- that filthinw-- s i the next tiling to Miss Siddie Davidson was at home sentatives, who saw their prestige at er encouraged or liked the settlement crime. One thing is quite sure and from Friday until Sunday. home in danger of being swept of foreigners in her limits, and in the that is that there is no godliness in Born to the wife of Jim Johnson, nway, and naturally did not like it. first place only allowed it when com- - life without cleanlines-- both ol spirS. B. F. a boy. As Alter a carelul study of the situation jji;iicu la ouikjiiui iiniw. 1 us; tnAfrll Ik it nud body. Yon may talk of your A .1 uy invjn Mr. Cleveland came to the conclusion of the interior of China dislike the bloated, tcd.uocd drunkard, who Nos. 234 to 2J. Fast Market Street, Between Brook and Floyd Streets. that it was more necessary that he nresence of Americans or other for wallows in the ditch or the bull-necTho Destructive White Antt. A fortune lies in storo for tho man should have the support of the Sena- eigners ns much as any of our people ed saloon keeper, if you will, but in tors and Representatives than that dislike the presence of Chinamen, nud my humble opinion the most disgust wins will discover somo process for THE CCST $1,00 PER DAY 'OTEL IN THE CITY OR STATE. cheaply mnking wood proof ngninst ol the private citizens who want of- the disorderly classes commit outing piece of human flesh nud blood whltonnts. Tlieso iiestsnro tho curso fices for themselves or their friends, so rages on Americans in the same spirit is a fil, of oxistonco in Amoyntid every other XaOTLIlS-V-illOhe swallowed his pride and issued the that our disorderly classes commit thy man. The man, too, who has tropical or subtropical city. Their case barring the individual office outrages on Chinamen. the foulest bie.ilh and the Worst voracity is incredible. Thoy nto tho fnnnowork of 11 now door iu iny seeker out of the White House; and, In this game ol retaliation we are kept skin is the ni.ut who in converin threo weeks. In tho'wimo excepting those from the State of likely to be the losers. Our citizens sation, tlm 1uiittrivi.1l nil iviiin-portaperiod they nlmost consumed 11 largo bnttjii-liokNew York, the Democrat who here- who are in China have much larger yon into a SKt, iil hutidboino cabinet in tho court2 after receives a Presidential appoint- interests at stake than the Chinamen corner nud there holds yon tight and room uiul 11 heavy pino settee in tho ment will, except in rare cases, have who are residents here. Losers or fast while he deliberately pours the anteroom. Their work is invisible. car-loa- ds of to have the endorsement of his Rep- not, we can not fairly complain. China fituiss from his yawni:ig. nasty mouth Thoy attack tho wood from n mora i resentative and Senators. You will has been very forbearing and our low full into voiir face. Fr m his month point, through which they boro to ent butincM conducted for Moochatc Tecs. there eat everything OurwOrnccis Oppoitc In Us! patint ornct''. 0. u. observe that the Democratic Senators opinion of the laborers whoconie here comes nn odor by the side ol which tho interior-miand e can tccurc nairnt lime tliau ihoic ficmotefrom Washington. and Representatives who have been from that country must not make us the stench from a pit fille with dead until only a shell or flim remains. t Send model, diawinj or photo,, with dcctlp- Wood which will successfully reWe CiHi'e, II atcmatlo or not, tree o( heard from have to a man endorsed I forget that China is the oldest and men's bones would ben perfume of exthese insect pests must 1m thor- Jtlon. sist chircc. Our Ico m t due till patent la tccuted. the President's action; they know if most populous Umpire in the world, quisite sweetness. A mouth lined i A oughly charged with somo powerful J cost PaMriiirr, "Hon toeibtain Patents," with J ol same In the U.S. and foreign countries the public don't, what a victory they that her navy is as strong or stronger with particles of tobacco, nicotine and chemical, both poisonous and t sent free. Addrcu, i A solution of corrosive have won. The object of Mr. Cleve- than ours, and that she has troop food, from five days to two weeks old, sublimate, chloride of zinc, arsenic land in thus surrendering is, of course armed and drilled in Western fashion. to say nothing of the comparatively Opp. pATCNTOrncc, Washington, D. C. ? or nutiinouy would seem to meet tho t plain. He wishes the Democratic If considerations of fair dealing will pleasant scented decayed tooth. Addtho want. But how to forco these thorSenators and Representatives to vote not govern tis, considerations of pru ed to nil these charms far the olfie-tor- y into tho fibers until tho latter nro for the repeal of the Sherman Silver dence and profit ought to have weight. ALLOW FOR. IDIOSYIICflASIES. nerves, that arising from the pelt saturated, and to do so nt 11 merely law, and for the administration Tariff It is probable, however, that the of him who bithes only on the Fourth fractional cost of tho wood itself, is Tim Mil tli INjrlinloulrnl (ilrl Cultltiiti I bill. Will they do it? Well, that is exclusion law will not be executed of July, who change., shirts once a tho problem thnt confronts the incar-loa- d i spirit nM linrlt). a branch of the subject into which I very rigorously, as the appropriation month and as for socks never changes ventor. Tho American genius is so The psychological girl is purely a 111 invention nud discovery proline product of the nineUfiiih ii'iitury. do not care to venture at present. to carry it into effect is nearly ex- at nil, and you will have a combinathat I feel assured problem will Sho never could have existed under The vote of a Demoratic Senator or hausted, only $116,000 of it being tion that will slink a skunk out of lx satisfactorily tho tolved lieforo tho afRepresentative is a slippery sort of a left. That will not go very far, and his hole Say this is right. It is end of this decade. Puget Sound any eiivuuiHtuiifes except those forded ut the present. thing at best." I sat behind one of thero youtlifu) in when Congress meets again the law heathenish ly hellish, and the man who Lumberman. r Not satisfied with having shame- may be modified. so neglects himself should be banishphilosopher.! at lhe tuieevcn Hurry IMuimWuml lilt Specimen. ing. A lout; toward the close of the (j fully mistreated Minister Stevens the it ie ed beyond the pale of decent society. pracTho late Harry Edwards was nn first net a couple enmo in and made Sotlrc, administration is now trying to make Say not that incre ising years or bad All persons having claims against teeth or poverty is the cause. It is enthusiastic amateur botanist. On every one in the low git uji to let it appear that it has ordered him to one occasion ho was accompanied by Honolulu, because of his intri- the Kstateot William Stogner, deceas- false. God never let a man get so Mrs. Edwurds and a friend of hern them pass The j)'ychvoiriil pn's leave escort, a meek looking youth, made same old that he could not be kept clean. upon 11 gues in favor of annexation.' Fortu- ed are requested to present short excursion into tho coun- somo remark idxmt p ople lieinj late properly proven to the undersigned, Dentistry is a fine art aud everybody try. As they wero waiting nt tho nud disturbiii!; half the house, when by nately the facts are at hand in this case. The first steamer that left Hon- on or befote August 15, 1S93. can command t!ie services of a good station for tho returning train, the his eomp'iuioti said : "You havo no right to bliune them J. S. R. Wkduiso, Administrator. dentist, and no man is so poor and so two women lounging back in relaxed olulu after the arrival of Commissionnttitudes of utter fatigue, tho actor for lieing late Piobably tho woman er Blount brought Minister Stevens' friendless that water is not freely his. strolled nway for a littlo walk. Pres- kept the man waiting for throe quart'lno llonk. Fabulously Clicnp. resignation and request that his sucMany of the choicest books of the These dirty, filthy wretches, young ently ho came rushing back, his face ters of an hour. But that was not best. cessor be immediatly appointed. He world are now being issued in styles and old, win intestsjiety in such disfull of excitement. "Seo hero! ho her fault, and she is not to blame. did not wish to remain after he had and at prices to delight gusting prevalence, should goolTtothe cried, holding up to viown littlo wilt-- j She e.ui't h'dp being late It is one s ing plant, "I'vo looked for this from of her idiosyiionifietf." been stripped of his authority and with limited purses. John B. Alden, woods, take a thorough course of vitMaine to Florida. It's 1111 extremely "Can't help being Into!" the young humiliated in the eyes of the residents Publisher, New York, who riol, sand and soap, followed by a raro specimen of 57 Rose St., the" etc. man exclaimed incredulously. of Hawaii. Secretary Greshatu re- was the pioneer, and is still the leader copious application of Adam's ale aud j Tho ladies turned their heads lan"No," was tho answer. "Sho Statement of the Condition quested him to remain at his post un- in the "Literary Revolution," sends they would be surprised to find what guidly in his direction. Mrs. Edwards unable to estimate time. Now, til his successor was appointed but us a copy of Bayard Taylor's famous a gieat luxury it is to have a clean said nothing. or tiii: Tho other drawled, example"," continued tho young for Mr. Stevens declined to do so, and and delightful "Yiews Afoot, or month and a clean skin. This is in- "It seems to 1110 a very common lady, "take the young man who is e weed." Tho extinguished Iwitanist notified the State department that he always hehuid time He never al Seen with Knapsack and Staff"," tended for the guilty. And this re- stared iu n blank anger should sail on the 24th, of this month as a sample of his gilt minds me of another pract'ee quite Then ho turned on his for moment. lows himself time enough to do heel. All his thing". It always takes him loierer for home. Then Blount was appointtop style, in which he publishes some common in communities At Hip ('Into Ml lllllllK-IM- , rising fiuy could seize upon was u limn he thinks. It is not that hi J HU KtsSINCt IIAIIICS, ed minister, as he should have been of the world's most famous books at tmr.v 7, ISII'l. loudly uttered epithet. "You're two overestimate's bis own work, but he What etuis!" ho Hung back over his shoulin the first place, and the story start- prices ranging from 30 cents to 90 Where babies are found. limply unilerebtiinutes time. Tin? HKSOUIU'KS. is sweeter and purer than the breath der. Now York Times. ed that Mr. Stevens had been ordered cents each, the same books being isp"rson will underestimate llic Bills discounted 870,5)11.82 value of things and underestimate home. The truth is always better sued also in neat cloth binding at of a wee little prattler in the flush of A Wnm.tu'ft lliiudhrrcliit-fJl.OOO.OO the cl'ivoiiiess or tho goodness of hia Heal estate than a misstatement, but the truth prices ranging from 15 cents up. robust health? Aud what is more I'utmturc and fixtures.. 1,000.00 A woman's liandkeirhief is so cloo-lfriends. very seldom reflects credit upon Dem- These books are always in large type, cruel and beastly than to have this identified with her that it seems a 1,341.07 "On the other hand, the man who Bond ami Bank Stock ocratic methods. 743.54 printed on fine paper, the cloth bind- baby kissed in the mouth by some part of her presence, and both in fact is always a few minutes esuly for sin Debts iu suit Cmli on hand Secretary Herbert has stirred up a ing being of excellent quality, and old with a brenth like and fiction, particularly fiction, it engngcmci't in tho man who oven-11.117.78 17,280.08 lot of indignation among the Med- tne gilt top style fit to a glue factory. And it is done repeat- frequently figures among tho keep- timatos time mid everything else. CVIi in other Banks. .. , ical Inspectors of the Navy and their adorn any library. deedly. It is a wonder to me that sakes of the ardent lover. Wo liavo Oth"r thiii'ts lieing equal, he will le A nil thrilled nt its discovery upon tho nfiected bj tho eloquence of tho last S108,3J5.49 friends by making J. Rulus Tyron scriptive pamphlet may be had free, these dear little creatures do not get breast of the wounded hero. peaker in iMiate lie is apt to think LIABILITIES. Surgeon General of the Navy in place or a e catalogue, a veritable such a distaste for kissing that even It is simply indispensable to every the last (rood book the best he ha 830,000,00 of Surgeon General Browne, who re- least for may be had for the dewy lip of a maiden or the cur- condition of woman. If sho is nervever read. He is conceited, nud he Capital stock 72,fS0.85 tired this week. In order to give Dr. a two-celing moustache of a youth, coul not ous, sho toys with it; enthusiastic, probably oveiv-iimntrthe ability of I)ofita stamp. Address John B. Dividends unpaid 1,144.00 Tyron this promotion he had to be Aldkn, Publisher, 57 Rose Street, overcome. If I were n woman and sho applauds with it; tearful, it is his friend- - IIo thinks they nro In-- t 4.30 her friend indeed. Moreover, in seekmovo generous than Duo other Bunks tor or hin.'.i twenty-eigjumped over the heads of had a baby and some New York. Exchange..413.01 ing either to stop a street ear or lwck-othey really em IIo is as unreliable old scamp should offer to kiss it 1 inspectors who were his sen4,340.73 her lover, it is her bignal. In tho iih the other per(in. Tho strangest Undivided Profits HniM mill Mlnlniii. would tear her into carpet rags and latter capacity it contributed largely thinj; is that in the mntterof idiosyn iors in the service, but Dan I.aniont si:u:ctei. and mince meat before she could apolo- toward bringing nbout 0110 of tho unibicts wo iiivnll iisUininliingly i'dii Whitney demand8108,ai)5.49 A telegraph operator at Sedro, gize for the gross insult. This is most renowjied tragedies of our own ed it and it was done. About all i.istent. A dividend ol $4.00 per share in "I inn ul ways watching iieoplonud Secretary Herbert had to do with it Wash., who has grown tired of an- also, intended especially for the seri- times. Fhilndeluhia Time's. 1 titudying their idiosyncrasies. I find now due and payaiiloon demand, was to carry out the orders he had swering foolish questions, has posted ous contemplation of the guilty. HU I'oatlltllnoilil 1'urtlllCHtloll. it makes mo much more charitable.' n. R. Cox, PitiamnNT. A ClTIZKV. received. It should not be forgotton the following, written out on a typeStephen Laugford, a wealthy fannJust thou tho curtain roso, and (he writer, just outside office window: that this is a reform administration, er of Madison county, Ky., has just psychological young woman turned Tun t'liuilll.ir. Stlof Itnllil in ii Wuirr l'lpo. which believes that appointments 'Notice Yes, your message will go had coniirk ted for him hero a stono her attention to the stage, while I re owtnsiioko m:5.si:ki;i:k. "Tim mast iu founding filing tlmt I once. It will be sent immediately. lapsed into thought! illness. 1 de- know of in tho way should be made on merit only. The at Ike Quiglcy, the talented young coffin. It weighs nbout 1,000 pounds of limiboliold trouble is that its beliefs and its ac- In fact, we send all messages as soon Representative of McCracken county, and is mado of Kentucky liniestono cided that I would forgive Mis" F trouble-- ocfuiTcd in my home," Biiid quarried from Lniigford's farm. IIo hereafter for keeping mo waiting you wish your as we can. We know tions do not dove-tavery nicely. has made nn enviable name in the is SO years old, but is apparently in kalf an hour, for I now know that WelMx AHhlmrtou to n reporter in telegram sent at once, otherwise you tlm Lindell "It was nil A committeeheadedby sho was not to blame. Now Yoik of a frozen wr.tcr pipo. on account Special Notice The Legislature aud received much praise tho best of health. Mr. Laugford Ono mornFairchild has been appointed to in- must write. by the press, but he tells one on him- says that the country around his Herald. ing wo found flint tho intonso cold of Supreme being only can inform you vestigate the New York Custom-hous- e homo is overrun with polecats, minks self that shows hov much appreciatho night liuforo had frozen tho waI'vo never any piiy for coucoitcil ter pipo deep in tho and bring in a report that will justify when you will receive a reply." tion such devoted labors ns his meets imd groundhogs, and ho lielioves tho earth. Wo called 1 they carry think people, liecau.0 the clean sweep of Republican emThe following composition was writ- from the masses. Since he went to only way to keep thorn from devouring his body is to havo it buried in n their comfort about with them.-Geo- rgo u plumber, of courho, who cut tho nephew of Josh pilKt in thu basement mid forced hot ployes which Secretary Carlisle has ten by a Frankfort neatly eighteen months ago stono coffin. Cor.Pittsburg Dispatch. Lliot. already made up his mind to make, Billings, when the teacher gave him air down through it from tho fiiucot above ThatV how we found out but lacks the backbone to do without "Dogs and Cats" for a subject: "Dogs that the pino was froziiii lown iu tho some excuse to those who have taken and kats allways fitc ech uther when piirth i.uil nut iibovo. uh wo unloosed. PWWttlOTWIIMMIWMMlllMWMttlimWMtlWIMItlnMWMWMI stock in the pretended devotion of the tha git a chance, but a dog ain't no For n distant; oi i.ix feet tho pipo iu administration to civil service re- match for a kat because a kat kin mul lnvllii tlm mon nEHiCnlDCIl tho basement nm parallel with tho Icnrutul toour rcijiunslbll-- I form. make her tail biggern a ball club and ground. Tho work of digging down lty una tbo merlin of our Tubli u. into tho ground nnd removing tho The Supreme Court heard argu- run up a tree whil a dogs gettin I READ 0UH pipo was that of iivo tlayn. On tho ments in a case involving the ConstIUSIIM0NIALS i,(tl(l(,(M.UUIUM..M fiixtlt day the pipes wore ugaiti itutionality of the Greary Chinese Will completelydiHtroytliotlPslroforTOIlACCOln e charfrom 3todilnyfi. Perfectly linrm Squire Phinncy, an , mummy ouKivrn liiucupoi ten or couch wiiiiouiiiin l.nowi cniMuiiuHieKiii-Ri'il go of tho patient, who u ill voluntarily stop 8inoklngor clicwlntr Inn few cluj'd. law this week, and it is expected acter, at Pawtucket, R I., was a man "When tho connection had Leon i. liniWEVHPHa unu MnPPHIWP HAH 1 con lmciiwntlioinP.iin.1 withthat a decision will be handed down who believed in giving credit where completed, wo endeavored to draw miuimumiuujj Mi muni miuj unuil outuuyt'iiori on inn part oi early next week. If statements made it was due. water, but to no pnrposo. Then tliopitlent.liytliousoof our SPECIAL FORMULA HOLD CURE TABLETS. He used to raise the A FEW During treatment pntlenti nro nllowrd tlin freo tiso of .lo.uor or sior hirer ligation wasBtarted. Tho here have any truth in them it doesn't most luscious pears in his neighborplllmi until xucli tlnio ae tlicy vliull oliiut iirily frl ii tlirm "I'. . .. pipo wan again cut in tho bapomenr. H'uHeml piirtleiiliirHnii(li:iiii)liIi'ti)r U'.itliiiu.ilald Iruu.ii Hiinii make much difference how the Court hood, and send them to the focal Testimonials doriiki topiaco Biiiioremiromuiiy or lucso linuitini rnimtiunli'u Tin n water was forced through from decides the question, as no serious lion wiiu pnrxonH "iio nuva necn cun u vy i no iiso oi our i auletb. placards I: "Raised by God from persons tho main n.id tho faucet nbovo. Tho HILL'S TABLETS nra for s.ilo by all fiiistclabs attempt is to be made to carry out Almighty on the premises of Squire (IruvL'NiH at fi I .On nur imclciice. m,t It wan that 15 littlo drowned tnico who havo boon If your ilruKKUt iloi-- not keep tlicm, cnclnoe us g ,QO that portion of the law which all un- Phinncy " wero wiudied down. Thoy had taken nun no win bciiu uu,uy man upugKUKUui uur curod by tho uso of Tulilctn. registered Chinese shall be returned the fivo dayu in which tho six foot of your nnmo mm pnurenpininiy, nnastnio A curious printer's error is perpe wrlio whether Tablets lira for Totucco, Morpnlnn or water pipo wim open nt either end to to the country from which they came. trated in Lather's translation of the Liquor Habit. huiry iu nnd build Dents. When tho The investigation of the Weather Bible, DO NOT BE DRCCIVED Into pnrrhnflng Job being described ns a "perpipo wim eounectid, thoy woro sealed nnvof thu vnrloUHiiiKtruuiH tlmt urn beliiu The Ohio CiihMirw. Co.s Bureau has closed, but it will be a fect bad man;" "schlicht," upright, DEAli Sins I liiivn been ikIiiit vour oiKirui tor Hiue. ah tor ! "in ami of coiitw) drowned. Wo Bocure for tobaeto hill II. milt found It Mould Tj54.BIiEXS nnu tuuo no iiini-rweek or ten days before the report ol differing by one letter from ".schlecht." you claim for It. I mud ten cents On ot vo 1 nn onti: dy tie w length of pipo, Jlunufucturcd only by tlui north one. Ktroni'cst then Iiil' lobiiicondiiv. Assibtant Attorney General Colby, bad, which is substituted for it. This thank you " K:. Luiilu nnil Horn or I wcmlil t.noko to llio THIS lolmcco. llmu chimed from ten to lorty who conducted it, will be made. It occurs up to 1839. nil Bii.okiil lor liteiilvilwi cnrH. mid tnotiuckiuics CO, Of jotirTuhlutacuml mono! liiivnnoilislriifiu It. OHIO CHEMICAL was a "tempest in ateapot," anyway. A Mir !.! Inn I'm Dinner Turtlci. II. M. JAiLOIlU, Leslie, Jlleli. Nicholas Welch, an cleuitor boy in A enn ii IIOIIUH 1T.II1II. II. V. ('..it mentions Bos-t- .i 61,53 & ES Opera Block, TllROmoCnEMICALCo.:-OEM-l.FMr- N: Jersey City, has been elected a Justice ."oinetliiiownlHrnt 1..'. i f wliohas for fl.ou worth or uur Ti.bli tn for Tobacco llablt. 1 iccclvcil The t'lilnriv Trouble LIMA, OHIO. of. of the Peace. No one wanted the them nil rlirlit uiul. nlthouuii I wiih both nlienvvmnoker mid h.id n lireekriiht nervieo of cups, nnu--i COMMKRCIAL MAY l6. 1 inn cured. they did tho work Iu lcaiithi.il threniliivH. PAM'ICULAnS fice and his name was put on the tickplate prepared forherlargo Truly JOUID, MAIULW JOIINMJN, P.O. 110X15. The Chinese exclusion act, known lam"y, on which wero giyon from PinHiiiiitait. PA. The joke was made et in a joke. FREE. n as the Geary I,aw, was yesterday held It elves mo Tnnnninrnr.mcAi. Co.! Or.irrr.r.Hnifi wusMtronuly nleiiKiirii to pho'vo .ir.p!', !h llkvncsxes of tho complete by his unexpected election. addicted tut fit into of word ...I nmlHO for your 'InlilJtH. My Mill (In..,.. .. of .liw.ui.li f I ii .1 I u tin Irrl by the Supreme Court to be constitutYfiTi!- 'fiiltlita ll.tUiiuiLlifilVVllltll ni'in'-ih iih; n butler could prop-oil- y ernmtnnl drinker. Tint lifter UAhnr lunr '! ablets hut llin o days ho (,lllt llrinKlm', furA Philadelphia girl who had plait) vlio china to bo used. He tional, Justices Brewer, Field nud the and will not touch lluuorol any kind. 1 havo united lour month buloro wiltlnir loum fuly, nished a house and completed all oth you, in order to Know tuucurowuspenuauijnt. buggcst-- i tit ,t ut any inomornblo dinChief Justice dissenting. ner party tho namo eomplimontary er arrangements for her wedding , Cincinnati, Ohio, of Now that the constitutionality process might l;o lUTaiiged lor each OnioOnr.MiCAi.Co! Gfntlkken: Tour Tablets havo performed ntnlraclo In my cueo. yours, nnu nuvu ovvu ciift-- uy iihiubuui the act has been settled, Mr. Cleve- postponed the event because she iiuvn iitifil tiiiirnhlnn. livnotlennlcilllv loraetcu oxpoctcd gucfit, In lieu of dinnor IV. L. lAH'UlAY. two jmckugca ot your Tablets, and without miy cnort on my part. get a good servant girl. land will probably feel bound to exe couldn't cards. Autlrci-- nil (Jruoi-- to A detective from St. Louis, who cute it, and then we are bound to have V.rJIATrAC ItVOWTt'f . -- ON RESPONSIBLE Vor lK4 (AGENTS WANTED! trouble. There is very good reason went down into Southeast Missouri, I'riitrlnc One flnuitiril rtesl-- r for lnt.lt. Bl, S3 and 0t Opora Block. LIMA, OHIO. officers Ii t OellcinUH Cauily tlieni'y uml ipilclilv for believing that the great Chinese was twice arrested by local a writing plram mention IhU at hrno. Thin booulu jjl.'iu uwoy ut drug ' Statesman, Li Hung' Chang, whom for the bad man he was after. und ggncral lori). WASHINGTON. I c PRISE HOTEL, s filth-incs- s. i 1 m v 11 j " TSTrjy JOHN SEAHCY, Proprietor. dirty-skinne- XSL3tafuLols.y- con-sulut- o Farmers, Attention! Wo have just in more the ' old reliable Fertilizers, I 1 HOltSE SHOE brand for corn, oats and clover; HOME- ;C.A.SNOW&CO.? STEAD for tobacco. th.-ate- These have been oughly tested.and we have them in lots and propose to furnish the farmers large or small Thy uanl tical effects of these goods can be attested the bet fanners. Call on us or write. Premium offered on Tobacco. book-lover- ITOCKKJl&CO., Jieaver Dam, Ky. Kit-rop- o IWiliFOi . y s 128-pag- book-lover- s, 1 r ht d n - il 5r rid-dy- ." H ILL'S .tl...i..T..Tlr,.B..i,...r,. Double Chloride of Gold Tablets con-neete'- old-tim- nn-oth- ... i Hills Tablets. ilL-ir- . 1 1 (Jlobo-Doino-cr- plpi-nn- . clie-wcr- . oiic-u- f ft ,,, . V .r i T ' THE OHBO CUEMBCAL CO., mnnHH .. s "1 1 BIG BARGAIN A -AT - C. h. J'ieltl will save you money in buying n buggy of him. PERSONAL John Blair, Buford, was in town Saturday. F. W. Yeiser has gone to Indiana on business. W. II. Carter, Fordsvillc, was in to sec us Monday. W. T. Ashby, Rockport, called to sec us Monday. J. W. Black, Horton, was a pleasant caller Wednesday. Miss Mary Taylor is visiting relatives in Louisville, James A. Duff, Sulphur Springs, called on us last Friday. Ellis Coleman, of Louisville, was in town a day or so this week. Mr. Freeman Little, of Owensboro, is attending Court this week. Judge J. C. Johnson, Greenville, is attending Court this week. Rev. R. A. Crow went to Elizabeth-tow- n Sunday, returning Monday. J. W. Hale, Fordsville's popular Jeweler, was in the city yesterday. W. M. Awtry, Horse Branch, called to sec us while in the city this week. Judge R. R. Wedding, of Beaver Dam, was a pleasant caller this week. G. R. Newman and wife, Central City, arc visiting relatives in the city. J. Denliam Hocker and wife, of Haynesville, were in the city yesterday. Our old friend, A. K. Leach, Cromwell, made us a pleasant call last Friday. Mr. Ben Graves, Buford, went to Greenville Tuesday, returning Wednesday. D.J. Coleman, one of Beaver Dam's hustling merchant, was in the city Wednesday. C. II. Hamilton, Powderly, spent Sunday with his family here, returning Monday. Mrs. John Blair and son, Walter, made our office a pleasant call while in town last Saturday. Misses Ora Harriett and Bertie Ward, No Creek, were pleasant callers this week. , Mrs. E. D. Guffy and daughter, Mercedes, left Wednesday for Glasgow, to visit relatives. W.M.Potts, one of Rosine's staunch-es- t Republicans made us a pleasant call while in town Tuesday. Miss Dora Gibson, of the Beaver Dam High School, spent Saturday and Sunday at home. Mrs. C. L. Field, who has bsan visiting relatives in Paducah for several weeks, returned home Tuesday. Rev. J. T. Casebier, Rockport, returned Wednesday from the Southern Baptist Convention at Nashville. Mrs. Jo. B. Rogers and children, who have been visiting relatives in Owensboro for the past week, returned home Wednesday. Master Somers Barnett, Owensboro, who has been visiting relatives on Kinderhook for the past two months, returned home Wednesday. I. N. Sanderfur, formerly of this county, but now a prominct stock speculator of Owensboro, called to see us Monday while in town. W. A. Gibson, who has been away several weeks, representing the Commercial Trust and Loan Company, came home Saturday for a few days. Vice-Preside- nt DO YOUKNOW That A. I). Park is a lady's man? That John Moore has a new bicycle? That the R. E. C.'s arc all quitting the Society? That Lee B. Mills smells like bottle? That Fred Baruch has been in America 199 years? That Harry Roberts will be here next month? That Henry Carson is in trouble about his girl? That the Hartford girls are the prettiest in the State? That Judge Glenn failed to get his scat Saturday night? That Floyd Crafton is one of the best boys in school? Thntjim Williams was at the lecture Saturday night? That O. J. Thomas said he shook hands with Sam Jones? That Col. Wedding took a drive last Sunday afternoon? That Gabc Likens likes the looks of the Water Mill? That Master John Taylor is the prettiest boy in town? That Bob Walker is wearing President Cleveland's pants? That M. Bean does not go walking as often as he used to? That Will Schapmire still continues to cling to his dollars? That W. T. Hayward has not located in Elizabethtown? That the Republican is the favorite paper with the masses? Why John Vaught stayed at home last Wednesday night week? That C. J. Dunn said he was going to church last Sunday night? That John Wilson went to the asylum recently with another man? That "Bat" Nail is a hustler when it comes to gathering up laundry? That Judge Lytle made a fine talk at the College Tuesday morning? That Bob Simmerman looked "out of sight" Sunday in his new suit? , That there was a large crowd out to hear Watterson Saturday night? That "Gid" Westerfield came up from Pleasant Ridge recently to see ? That Tom Morton has been in a good humor for the past six weeks? That Henry Osborne says he attended the Watterson Entertainment? That E. Tracy has worn out a pair of shoes walking out the new plank walk? That Silas Griffin thinks he is the prettiest boy attending Hartford Col lege? WE RECEIVED LAST WEEK A When you come to town icmcmbet that C. 1.. I'icld lms plenty of iced for your horse. Uev 1 S. Majors, of Trenton, Ky., preached at the Colored Itaptlst Church Wednesday night. FAIR BROS. - & CO.'S Popular Store. Every day is a Special Bargain Day. We do not sell our Large Stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Carpets, Trunks, Mattings, etc., to match competition, but we propose to sell them lower than competition. So each farmer desiring to get goods cheaper than any house in the country sell them should not fail to see us at once. Mothers love to bring their children to us lor 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 SI. 00, worth $1.50; a much better one at $1.50. worth twice the money. Men's Suits $4.00, worth $6.00. Blue Pants 50c. Plow Shoes $1.00. Good Prints 5c. Good Ginghams 8 Jc. Fine White Goods 5c to 20c per yard. . A Special Sale of Millinery Goods the balance of May. We have the largest and prettiest line in Ohio county, and they go at prices that make them move. We want your Produce, Wool, Eggs and Feathers. Remember the place, when you come to town, and get your horse fed and sec their new Buggies and Ilnrncss. Call on Cascbicr & Hurton Canon & Co. want your meat, feathers, eggs, ginseng, butter, lard, vegetables and in fact, anything you have to sell. Don't set your Tobacco without using "The Old Reliable Homestead Fertilizer." to be found nt Casebier & Burtou'sStablc in any quaiitity. Marriage license: W. A. Griffin to Nevada C. Bratchcr, J. M. Johnson to Sallic P. Baxley, Henry 15. Bishop to Jane 12. Brown, John J. Greer to Emma 15. Baggarly. Rev. A. B. Smith, of McIIenry, preached at the Baptist Church here according to announcement, Sunday and Sunday night. Large congregations attended both services and all agree that the grand old 111 a li preached sound gospel truths. It Is needless to say that our people will always avail themselves of an opportunity of hearing Bro. Smith, and nil join in wishing he may visit us often, the whines of the canine to the contrary notwithstanding. Court Sfolc. Clrcourt Court convened Monday with Judge W. T. Owen and Com'th Attorney J. 15. Rowe present. The following named gentlemen constitutes the Grand Jury: J. P. Tichenor, C. II. Stevens, C. S. J. W. Ralph, N. C. Daniel, W. II. Austin, Palestine Chapman, A. A. Bryant, J. II. Thomas, S. G. Rhoads, J. W. Lewis, and V. 1). D. Stevens, foreman. The following have been empaneled ns Petit Jurors: Calvin Keown, Thos. Bean, Singleton Huff, Sylvester Whitcley, B. F. McConuick, C. K. Rcnicr, Shelby Ford, Wm. Hocker, Clayton Stevens, Thomas Wallace, J. W.Rowc, P. P. Walker, J. A. Williams, II. Bean, S. M. Dexter, Win. Brown, O. B. Bosket, R. L. Taylor, R. M. Wnlker. So far very little has been done and as there are only two weeks the chances are that many cases will be left over for another sitting. y, T V JF aaaB 1 S .eaalPaaaaaaa5r TT Ir W vk. Car-L- oad of k Celebrated Fan; Buggies aii SPRING WAGONS & CARTS, Which we place on the market, feeling assured that we can meet the wants of the trade in STYLE and DURABILITY for very low prices. We invite your closest inspection of these Goods when in need of a nice Buggy and Harness. We will positively save you money on any kind of vehicles. TAYLOR Beaver Dam, Ky. & CO. Cot-tona- de A' VISIT. HOCKER TABOR'S k ONE PRICE CASH STORE AT HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION, FA I It HKOS. & CO., KKIDAY, r-r- Contrnllou. Wednesday evening the delegates to the Colored Sunday School Convention of the Green River Valley District began arriving and by the N. H. 'ilnril m FORDSVILLE, KY. AND TAKE THEM YOUK Props. MAY 1!. IMiIJ. - - .- - , Largest Uros. & Co. line of parasols at l?air PREMIUM! One nice I'.iteut Head (iuit.tr given toanyoneIluyiiig?25 oowottli of goods (except oils and p.nnt.s) at my House between this, and January I, 1894. $1 00 uorlli 01 goods bought nt one time entitles purchaser to one ticket. Kcsp'y, guitar. 25 tickets I.. H. IIi:.n. Hattford, Ky. 1 J Carson & Co. are selling the won-- 1 derful Anderson's Try a pair. Nicest assortment of I'oint c and Point I.aces at Fair Uros. & Co. c. It will do you good to see the finest dress goods sold at Kahn's. He does the business. Cheapest groceries in town at Carson & Co.'s and the handsomest clerk to wait on you. Green Logsdon, the Owensboro rapist, was captured here yesterday about 1 o'clock, by Sheriff Stevens. Buy your Shoes at Schapmire's. He will treat you right and save you money. All rips and breaks repaired free. Miss Sara Collins is the best milliner in town and has the finest line of millinery goods in the world over Carson & Co.'s big store. Fine lines at Kahn'o. New line ut collars at Kahn's. The styles ol collars at Kahn's. See the nice Shoes , at Schapmire's. Call on Tmcy iSSon for (irocerics. Leading Clothing House, Fair Uros. i. iV Co. M. Go to ceries. II. Collins lor your II. II. gro- Ilring your produce "to M. Col-li- n Fruits and Candies at lins. r' M. Col- " . X W. P. Arnold, A. M., Ph.- - D will m im for Teachonduct n Training-Schoo- l Go to M. II. Collins for canned Ilnrlford Col lore. ers at Lcitclificld, Ky., beginning goods. General program for CommenceMay 15th, and continuing eight ment, beginning May 26, 1893: If you want to see clothing sold go weeks. Write lor particulars. 1 May 26 Pupil's Piano Recital Frito Kahn's. Children's day will be observed with day evening. Hest line Ladies Fine Shoes at Fair the Sunday school at Mt. Hebron May 27 Piano Recital by Gustav Uros. & Co. Church, on Sunday the 2SU1. A good Frase, of Louisville, assisted by Miss Ucst line Men's Fine Shoes at Fair program has been prepared, and ev- Nail. Primary erything bids fair for a pleasant and May 29 Entertainment Uros. & Co. and Intermediate Miss Coombes and Fans at profitable day. Uig line of novelties in Mr. Foster. Fair Uros. & Co. Call on Tracy & Son for canned May 30 Annual Address to LiterNew line ol dress goo.ls at Kahn's goods, sugar, coffee, lard, flour, meal, ary Societies Judge John D. Atchicheese, crackers, oysters, tinware, son, Owensboro, Ky. trimming to match. Subject: glassware, queensware, oatmeal baFine cpiulity ol Mulls, all shades, nanas, macaroni, rice and everything "Some Kinds of People." May 31 Literature Contest. at Fair Uros iS: Co, s grocery. kept in a June 1 Oratorical Contest. Try one of C irso.i & Co s suits and June 2 Commencement. Judge H. R. Wedding will address you will be p'.ivsud. Class exercises during the week in the G. A. R. Post at Salem School-housCarson & Co 's .ale.UltH week have on the 30th inst., it being De- all departments. been the largest on record. coration Day, Judge Wedding taught Convention Cull. five schools nt Salem, and he will be The clothing is sold at ilaitioid's The Republicans of Grayson county gladly welcomed bv his old pu. till Kalm best store. are requested to meet at the Court pils. House in Lcitclificld, Ky.,at 1 o'clock High grade Ladies and Misses SlipA big Convention Entertainment p. m May 22, 1893, which will be pers at Fair Uros. & Co. Colored Biptist the 4U1 Monday, County Court day. Have you eggs and butter? If so will be given at the night. A Fish fry, All parties invited to attend. This. Church bring them to Tmcy & .Son. Icecream, Confectioneries aud etc., Convention will nominate candidates Ice for sale at any time and any nre among the features. Every body for the Legislature and Jailor. A big tf is invited to attend and take part in crowd is expected. quantity, at Williams Bros. D. O'RiMtv, Ch'm'n. Dotted Swisses, in plain, white, and the merry-makinJ. B. Rocnus, Sec'y. printed, at Fair Bros. & Co. Dr. J. E. Pendleton aud Col. J. S. R. Wedding have been requested by I'l.KASANT 1III.I.. Fine line of Albatrosses for Carter Raley has returned home at Fair Bros, ci Co. the G. A. R. Post to address the people at Walton's Creek on the 30th, from Indiana, and is quite ill. New styles in Ladies Hats arrive We are glad to note that Master EvDecoration Day, and they have conevery week at F.iir Bros. & Co. sented to do so. A large crowd is ex- erett Sanderfur is recovering from a Fair Bros. & Co. handle the Cloth- pected andn grand time isanticipated. protracted spell of typhlod fever. ing this is the reison they lea 1. Mr. J.H. Leach left Monday to take Col. S. R. Dent, of the United charge of his drug store at Horse Schapmire will receive a big lot of . States Life Insurance Company, ar-- J Branch. We .regret very much to Call and get a pair. Shoes In the give Henry up, but what is our loss rived in the city yesterday. Carson & Co. want 10,000 pounds last two years he has built up the is their gain. ot wool at the highest market price. largest insurance business ever known Mr. Charlie Leach was here visiting His Co:u- - his lather, L. H. Leach, since our in this nart of the State. . leit with Casebier & Bur-.to- n All stock party is reliable, easy payments and last. Nai'I'IR will get good attention and good gives the very best security. The feed. death claims are always promptly paid for Nnte A second hand Piano in good conLook at Kahn's Fine Men's and and altogether it is the most reliable .Ladies Shoes, IJcnow you will buy Company now doing business with dition, cheap tor cash. Apply at thls'oflice.'iu M'l ft J .. our people. them. 39-3-first-clase, to-da- time of meeting yesterday fifty or had arrived, besides a large crowd of colored people from over this and adjoining counties. Rev. J J. Fleming, pastor of the Colored Baptist Church here, had made ample arrangements for the entertainment of the guests during the meeting, which will continue until Sunday night. At ro o'clock yesterday Rev. Edmonds, of Rockport,Ind., President of the Convention, called the body to order and the business of the meeting was tak'en up. Rev. Wm. Thomas, Owensboro, and the President, Rev. Edmonds, delivered speeches. Letters were then read from different schools, showing a good increase in the number. The election of officers resulted as follows: President, Rev. Edmonds, Rockport; Vice President, Miss A. B. McIIenry, Owensboro; Secretary, Miss Mary Kittinger, South Carrollton; Corresponding Secretary, Prof. W. R. HardTreasurer, Miss ing, Owensboro; Duncan, Bevier. A large crowd attended the session. This is probably the ablest body of representatives of the colored race ever gathered in Ohio county. seventy-fiv- e That J. R. McAfee was seen coming down the streets Monday evening smiling? That P. L. Berkshire said Lee Sim merman told a falsehood about him reading Peck's Diary? That Will Fair says Sam Jones ac tually had the saloons at Owensboro closed as tight as a pop bottle?'' mt That Fred Baruch says that the school boys say that R. Foster said when a man sneezes he is not dead? We would call special attention to the "ad" ot the Ohio Chemical Co., of Lima, Ohio, which begins this week. BUFORD Wool & all Other Produce YOU HAVE FOR SALE. YOU WILL FIND THEIR PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST And their Goods the Best. They occupy the Gains House. not have Farmers much corn, owing to the heavy rainfall. This little town is on a boom since so many new yard fences are being Miss Carrie Miller, of the Central Grove neighborhood, who has been erected. Miss Annie Bell, of Laffbon, is visvisiting the family of A. C. Hocker, iting friends at this place. of South Carrollton, returned home Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Holbrook made Wednesday. a flying trip to McLean county this The following named parties of week. They were called to the bedFordsville were in the city yesterday: side of Mr. Henry Austin, who was Misses Florence Wright, Olive How- very sick. ard, Mrs. Bessie Ford, and Mrs. E. Mr. Sidney Bozarth went to town W. Ford, Dr. E. W. Ford, J. B. How- on business one day this week. ard John W. Johnson, J. I. Harder, Miss Florence Newton, who has Shelby Ford, John Brown, Jack Har- been ill for the past week, is up ris, Van Bratcher, B. F. Wallace and again. Phil Smith. Several of the good people attended the Sam Jones meeting at Owens-borTho lion. Henry Wnttemon. Last Saturday night was the time Miss Kate Hussey went to Henderset for the second in the series of enson a few days ago. tertainments given by the Hartford Hazel, little daugher of R. R. Lecture Club. Hon. Henry Watter-sowho had been engaged to deliv- Cundiff, got her arm broken one day er his famous lecture on "Money and last week. Rev. Ellis Maddox filled his reguMorals, "'arrived on the west bound lar appointment at Mt. Carmel last passenger, at Beaver Dam, at noon Saturday. There he was met by the Sunday. Our blacksmith is all smiles this Hon. John J. McHenry and was drivweek, owing to there being a Miss en over to Hartford, Mr. Watterson . being the guest of Mr. McHenry du- Bell in town-Our spring school is being taught ring liis stay here. At night, a large ol the crowd made up, not only of Hartford's by Miss Florence Newton, Mies Newton citizens, but people from adjoining Heflin neighborhood. we towns and from over the country is a well educated young lady and think she will teach us a good school. generally, gathered at the Court Wishing your valuable paper much House to hear the great man speak. success, I remain a friend. At 8:30 Prof. J. W. Lytle introduced Sugar Betty Ann. Mr. Watterson, who delighted his hearers for an hour and twenty minutes. The most serious objection to the lecture was that it was too short; many declaring that it had lasted or thirty minutes. only twenty-fiv- e It was a grand success and. the Club deserves the praise ot all. Another entertainment will hs given ,J-j&'soon. OttrtovM by ittt unforaun. y Mrs. E. J. Hudson leaves for Point Pleasant to visit her son, lames Hudson, from which place she will go to Calhoon to visit her sister. to-da- ITEM. May planted 12. Come to Hartford TO SEE THE SPRING OPENING OF C. L. Field's car of Buggies just from the e. Davis Carriage Company. MONEY by Buying from HIM. Will sell you a Buggy, Harness, Lap Duster and Whip from $60.00 He will save you n, up to 75.00. In Cincinnati. The Davis Carriage Company has the reputa- tion of building tho best Buggy for tho money ol any Factory So come and judge for yourself. """""DEALERS v AGENTS JACK rFREEZER. FROST ."o'miS A Scientific Machine made on a Scientific Principle. Save tkcircost a dozen times a year. It is A child can operate It. not mussy or'sjoppy. Sells at sight. Send for prices and discounts. 39 Murray St., NEW YORK. 1 fel '? 3 W 'Al MAKES ICE CREAM T 7J.T SO SECONDS CI. ,1. C. The above named' Society have prepared a program and will entertain at College Hall. the public This Society is composed ot the girls of the College, and thej should have a large attendance. Everybody invited, nnd a pleasaut evening is anticipated. Republican The E. C. Hubbard Club will meet at Bald Knob on May the 27th, at night. ' Let all the members be present. ' J. 1 tRoGURS, Pres. . F, L. SXndkrfuic, Sec'y. , . Mlcriiry Nnrlply. ! I I Notice Tho man with kidney disease may first apply tor relief from dropsy or skin eruptions, or the woman with kidney disease, or female weakness, may Urst apply for treatment for lam back or fullness about the eyes, or moth on the face. Pronto often find tbemselres In th situation so aptly figured liy tho Hon. JohnHen of Hiss., the wit of tho 6lsl Congress. "Here Is bis celebrated rhymo " let fly" on the floor of the Boum to the great amusement of that body. "Thero's Wanny runs the post offloe And LoyI rung tho bar, While baby r.ios the White House n It here wo are." And- -d Well. It's so with the afflicted. Toarold those tils, or to cure them, Dr. Tenner's Kidney and Backachu Cure will not disappoint The Her. A. J. Mcachant, tots presiding Elder, Oroya City, Pa., Apr. i, 12, writes! " Tot m year 1 suffered with kidney 'difficulty and used only I bottles of Dr. Fenner's Kidney and Backache Cure. I fcato had less backache In the last 10 years than I formerly had In 10 minute. Xfeel entirely cured." Money refuaded If satisfacII tion not given. Take home a bottle 4 Wiaaa happlneee aatt woteaged tft. -- , .. $37.50 SOUTHERN QUEEN $37.50 ntlh Tun - ntf" Pll - Pall " "" "."- f Hub Band and Shaft Tips, for - I, nnicthlo I Pumrv -- Silbrrwnlatwl -- -- t HnnHlM- - above price BBBasKSaflBaBaV WIG i Ob 3w Write for our New 80 ' , .Csislogoe W 'Address of all Ided of VehklM. THE SOUTHERN BUGGY OO. "" 'I CINCINNATI, -- - OHIO, U. t: .' JVj V r . K 'l i '.. v A. j"5 Hartford Republican F3tDA.Y, MVY A UXCHAXCK. concerning the progressive evolution 10, 1893. of mankind during the intervening epochs are Included, and the narrative conversational manner, the events being supposed to transpire through the publication olthe proceedings of the Optimists' Club, an institution established for the purpose ol foretelling tin; future of the world. The story is illustrated by Beard, and is the pen of Arthur Field. This is the first attempt at anything like a complete pictorial representation of the future appearance of the earth and Its inhabitants. Is related In an easy, FEMININE QUESTS AT HOTELS. mill Undesir- Ilielr Troublesome Caprices Plnrky nor. straight tip to The boy marched I "Well, my little man," said the merchant complacently (he had just ; iv.i'i1 ' risen from a glorious good dinner,) what will you have "Oh, please sir, mayn't I do some work for you?" TO ITS OWN It might have been the pleasant HDI.Pllt'K NPRIXf.M. blue eyes that did It, for the man was Scott's Emulsion euros Coughs, May io. The continued wet weathnot accustomed to parley with such IT IS PURE , UNADULTERATED.AND FOR Colds, Consumption, Scrofula, er "hag greatly retarded farm work and all Anaomlo and Wasting small gentlemen, and Tommy wasn't Dleoasos. Provonto wasting in seven yet, and snnll ot his ago at and is damaging whcat'in low lauds. mlBtako Ohlldron. Almost n palatable a Sam Jones' Ovvcnsboro theatricals Sho never makes out a wash list, but INVALUABLE IN KITCHEN &LAUNDRV, IT that. milk. Get only the Rrnnlne, by Bcott A Downs, Chemists, Now There was a few wisps of hair along has been quite a source of attraction sho "knows" exactly what sho had, and ono pair hasn't been returned. York. Bold by all DruggUts. the edges of the merchant's temples, for a number of our people, among She keeps tho ponderous boll boy whom we may mention nrc F. M. and looking down on the appealing promenading up nnd down stnira all When Petty, Dr. II. F. Bean, Pardon Tabor. day with roses and cords, parcels face the man pulled at them. Thomas F. Johnston and daughter, ST. LOUIS. and messages and uover rcinombcrs r" W""1 Opium nMt3 he had done tweaking them he gave Miss Bcttic. SV7 fa U CU!wl " ll0Iilu to tip him, but it id good for his dithe ends of his cravat a brush and rl tifuUntcntritv.u James Magan, Owcnsboro, visited gestion, makes him earn his wages niidSKa &97nn mil then his hands traveled down to his .! and teaches him tho philosophy of AUnr to, Oa. OX:u lwjf iillduUEU his parents here Saturday and Sunvest pocket. life. Sho sonds down word to know day. "Do some work for me, eh? Well, fi o'clock train goes P. C. Foreman, who was summon- - just when tho now, aootu wnai son 01 wars liugui. out and what tin) tho 7 o'clock limi.ortsviM.ii.sr. i.ovis a tj:x. it. it by telegram front Sto;kton, Calited gets in, but sho doesn't como your small manship calculate to be el ifornia, to the e of his dying homo reeling in after tho play to find I....7.H.1 .'., Liii. i mi liiii, able to perform? Why, you can't mother, returned home Sunday via of out who sho is or where sho is nt look over the counter?" any way. Sho will tack up photoChicago. PCIIF.M'LK IN ril'rarr XoV. 1, "Oh, yes, I can, and I'm growing Nn.M, Nu.M, St. Johns Church, (Catholic) will graphs on the wall, but she doesn't WKsrilOlt.Np. fast, there, see if 1 can't look over Huiy. go to bed with her boots on. ih,y, be dedicated by Bishop McClosky, of t.T. toiil'Tlll T:t. u. in. 0 ,(,. m, Sho exjiccts the chambermnid to the counter?" Louisville, some time In June. a. It s. in. 7:?n ji, in Point Ut clean her gowns and pack her trunks, "Yes by .standing on your toes; are llrsn.lf iilnirc .17 n. in. n.i? .. m. Yesterday's sun went down on a but she doesn't set the sheets on fire they coppered?" 114 a. in, :,T p. in. In Inctnn new made grave containing the mor- smoking in bed or break the mirrors Vli'plirusport lii.fi k. in. J p, ,,,, "What sir?" tal remains of Klla Phelps Lamar, with her umbrella and play football ClomiMirt to.il; 1. in. s.iitp, in. "Why your toes. Your mother wife HhwpmIIIp Mill n. in. in pi p, , of William Lamar.as alrent y s d with the furniture, even in her fun WILL Ltwlspori could not keep you In shoes If they Ili.'Wn. 111. 10.11 n. m. NOT WP. in your columns. While in the niest moods. Sho wants noend'of W: n ,,. Owfii.twro , ;t , n extra towels, but bIio doesn't polish were not." Best Calf Ehoa la tho world tor the ptloo. field with her husband bunting broom-sag- e l.i'l p. in, ii.j p ,, her boots with them. Of courso sho W. L. Douglas aboei are told everywhere. Ar. SpottMlll "She can't keep me in shoes anyEverybody should wear then. It la a doty Hfixlf ion.. IWM.. It '.lis. III. her clothing caught fire and doesn't eat as much or drink as yoa owe yourself to get the beat value tor how sir," and the voice hesitated. & N. W, .No. M, her husband could tear her cloth-in- g much or spend as much money as a your money, rnoDomlcelnyourfootwecrhy puiobaalDjW. L. DOUglasShoes.whlcrt Ewritoi;.Ni. lUll). The man took the pains to look !.ijr man. but sho can mnko things more recreaent the beat value at the crtcna ad Lt. HcndcrMin from her body she was horribly 7:11 . in. 3; 13p, ni. It was too vertised above, as thoutanda can testily. over the counter. Oiiioite Citv Scales. JJ. DUIVKIt, Manager. PiHi(iille burned and after eighteen days of lively with her cards and callers, tho fUTn.m. 3M7 p. III. JjyTnko No Substitute. ..CT him, he couldn't see the lit-l- e much for "in" to and tho people , Vi7 n. in. i:Jip. 111. Wcilo w oik us t'lirap us iuil)iiily, quality cmiMilcrvil. Owfii'cro Itcpairiui; anil newarroffrnud. Sons jtmulne without W. I. untold suffering the rescuing angel people sho isto, DoiKlji name ami rrlca itauiped ou bottom. Look 1,,'tt isjmrt she is "out" . v."'. in. than a houso full of tor It n hen jou buy. toes. Then he went all the way came ' M p. m epaiiitiiiij.hii CSive ih a call. IJINJGIKS 1'HO.M $:K Ul and Ella has gone to the still men. IlAHI'MlIU' . 9M il. in. 1i p. in W. L. Uougrat, Drooliton, Mats, Sold by around. Clotrrport . M HI it. in. SK p. ni, city of the dead. J. V. TA150U, Kosine. Ky. Sho wants to llvo all over the houso, I should need a micro-scopea "I thought . tf plirn'pnrt :t p. ni. ii. in. She lacked only two days of being and why not? A pretty woman readi. . Imn;tin he said gravely, "but I reckon in. 7.u p. Ill, ing in a parlor, or waiting on a hall WHENYOU GJ TO" OWENSBQRO nineteen years of age and had been llmiiilciil'iiru 11:? ii. ni, 7 tl p. in. if I get close enough I can see what seat or scribbling letters in her queer IVInl ls'0 p. in, p. in married but a few months. CALL O.N Ar. I.nnl. villi- I '"I p. look like." . you angular hand nt tho writing table is in. l' i' p. n Rkuiiun. ever so much more Interesting; an . "I'm older than I'm big sir," was TVtlm .Vo. M ni'1 ': milr min.'iimi I attraction than a barrel of "brico Irliictmiliiii.li rx,fiihi,,,n,.,nn Lonl the neat rejoinder. "Polks say I am A Wonilrrlnl I'npcr. break," a potted palm or a jardiniere , ,, vIiih, llHrlln-lnit Ii, ( very small to my age." The World's Fair Number olthe full of flowers. Ever since the days I 'ir inrili, r in rniuiinn, i.Mrc--Ii imiiii,!. "What might your age be, sir?" Youth's Companion is in every way a of tho garden eviction men have folr. mocm i:.r,. . ivr te;, I. vlnvm ,, IJy responded the man with emphasis magnificent issue, a worthy contribii-tio- n lowed where women havo led, nnd y a ifl IM1 1 iff w F I Ik i?EH am almost seven," said Tommy, tho hotel where women most do "I to the Columbian year and the is sure to havo a generous with a look that was calculated to greatest Fair the world has ever seen. A. J. SLA TON, IiX. D., even six feet nine. "You see It gives a full description of the dif- following of men. Indeed it is a Impress question if a pretty woman that will & my mother hasn't anybody but me. ferent departments of the Fair also So. around in a glass cry be- important directions showing how to sit a handsomestained oughtattitudo K and this morning I saw her rU n! tw.t, m' InoMt I it h gown and not to M4 Itf Ii TlC '1 t ht cause she could not find five cents In see the Fair and what to see each havo special rates if sho isn't paid a For the finest and Mot ArtUlic Work, I'll lit. '1r i .iniiitf ti ul hi ms, (I' Ul r ' salary. and she thinks the day. any size or sfyfc. Frrdcrica St. Mirem Nil i)m her pocket-book- , , (I 1H '.,ImM t M 31U fim37 There is ono thing nwoman will do 3ri and 4th.' boy who took up the ashes stole it Its illustrations are superb, no less every time, and that is insist that breakfast than thirteen lull pages devote 1 to there is something wrong about her inmnicri-ia- l sir." The voice hesitated, and tears photographic views of those unequal-c- d bill. She "knows" just what she has ' came to the blue eyes. buildings which make up the had and is sure there is a mistake, CKNTKAL CITV, KY. "I reckon I can help you toa break- "White City." It has a strikingly and you havo cnargeu her too much ; ;?. ::. man, beautiful cover lithographed in ten but, ble&3 her heart, sho always pays. axom. fast, my little fellow," said the 4.HMV H UUiU.UA? "There, colors, with a frontis piece showing Sunshine isn't surer in Juno than a feeling in his vest pocket. Has just been repaired and newly will that do?" The boy shook his the Administration Building, the La- woman s honesty. Sho never is so "dead broke" at tho end of tho ruriii-lict- l. Locateil close to Depot. head. goon, its gondolas and one of its nu- that sho has to pawn her things Good meals or "Mother wouldn't let me beg sir," merous bridges, and the Ulectric Foun- fHvn KMMiritv 011 lnr tminlfs Anil .nV" Give Ii,iif.)yff,PnL.Ti-- a was the simple answer. it a trial. tain. The whole issue has thirty-si- x you do succeed in pleasing her sho 7.1 'ZlW:CJAA M is your father?" every ono from hero to tho "Humpl.Where pages and more than Sixty illus- mil tell Vr- Pictures Copied ami Knlu inrcd "We have never heard of him, sir, trations, and is highly artistic. It is Golden Gato that your hotel is tho !s501d A SPECIALTY. decent after he went away. He was lost, sir, certainly without rival among the only working placo in town. A drumon commission and givmer 10S; Main Street. steamer of Boston." in the World's Fair issues. ing his wholo timo to it can't work .57wiG OWEX&BOliO, KY "Ah! that's bad, but you are a All the old subscribers to the up half tho custom that ono well Let Youth's Companion will receive it free, suited woman will send you if you It'lVYKWtisH, or nip i. fellow, anyhow. plucky little uit': It AND II.VIU2' I'll l ill llnmi'lii Ti'iilliijt me see," and he puckered up his and any new subscriber received, with humor her littlo caprices, servo her hy iiilliiliiNlcrllic III. Ilillllcs' mouth and looked straight down in-t- o $1.75 for a year's subscription, will dainty littlo dishes of nothing sweetFhe Leading Republican Family Paper of tho United States, (oIiIpii Noclllr. the boys eyes, which were looking also obtain a copy while the addition ened and tied up with bows nnd fix up her bill so that you can afford to It fin I, alien in ijjhnr lvr ii cup nf rotten Cos i in .Ulvunec. straight into his. "Saunders" he lasts. Seven hundred thousand cop- discount it a bit when sho leaves. or tiM, or in I'mi.I, xtitliont the knoi, l.'.U' "t tlie ltii'Tit, It i nlfiliiti'ly liiriuk', nml u ill atl'i't asked, addressing a clerk, who was ies have been printed, Now York Sun. but are not perm uirnt iirnl pnilyim', wlintlur Urn rolling up and writing on parcels, "Is - uz iu inoflercraii'tlrinUt'rifrciiiiK'oliollcMrHi'k. A Uuslnes Vagabond. liable to be sufficient for the demand. It lii Cash No. 4 still sick?" Kli n in fMe, nnl in I1CTWKKS A very dirty nn4 bedraggled speci"Dead sir; died last night," was Single numbers may be obtained by men of a trump strolled into a gro- nIN. iM' prrfi'i-- t cur li fullnn r- Itneior Hi" sjripm oni'p iniprrLnnll with LOUSVILLE and MEMPHIS, sending ten cents to the Youth's Com- cery storo in Park street tho other reply. the low It lor the Gives nil the newi of'Totvn, Cnuntv and Stntc, and ns .much National with "Ah, I am sorry to hear that. Well panion, Boston, Mass., or any news- morning, and tho first man ho met liilor,iijntlti in rlln. Iiiriv ininrnlvf il, tS pews ni any other paper of it" cIim. Your home would lie incomplete with IMifplirnlc of p'lilionhr'fn'p, dltr lie ; )1.I was tho proprietor. his here is a youngster that can take FULLfflAH BUFFET Sleeping Cars' dealer. "Can you gimme a dime?" asked n.N.NI'KOI'M' I'll, li It.lfi: Sttopt t'mcin-nutti. tit it. place." Ohio, tho visitor meelriy. FROM AND TO Mr. Saunders looked up slowly, t.(i;iSVIM.K,.n:MIIIIN,Vlt'UNIII'K' "I can, but I hardly think I shall," then he put his pen behind his ear, ii.vio.x Kout:.iHni sr.w oiti,t:A.r. was tho cheerful response. "Why in 33353 Vll MrlHJlIlN. Is ii Natinti.il Family iVpcr, nnd jdve all the general news of the U. S. then his glance traveled curiously thunder don t you go wash yourself i An Anecdota of Thackeray. lrciili-Ii' an imri't of mrll-uil- e "I can't afford to." whined tho rpputntluii. Jcirn" ormlifiileil nii'l rntinl) from Tommy to Mr. Towres. nnd the world, lt gives the event- - of foroitfu lands m n nutshell. On the last night of the year ThackIt has enrol, iflrom so to :;u joiirt' innilln, nficr all The Quick and Desirable Route eray was with the- family of Goorgo train p. "Oh, I understand," said the latreparate irnartiiints fin The Family iiclc. and our Vouiil' Folks. lis "Can't you. haired? Wntcr's plen- ollit'r iff mnoM' li.nn l.iilcl. Iln Die iliir.onlty ' IoniG ter; "yes he is very small indeed, but Tickiior. The daughter of the house IU"1 S(,i''?'y colums comninml tlie ai'.iniration of wive mil ' dniiclitCM. ' Iiiimi'IkiI uiul iliu cau-- f ri'inoit'il.tiilly cxj'lainivl V,?i, had gone to a party, and Thackeray ty, and soap doesn't cost anything." Now York I'liilHfliihln Ilnitiinnrn li n a . 1 nml lotlmi.nl il ol In (in I like his pluck. What did No. 4 "Don't itf" queried tho tramp. "tlitorttt l mid di."CiiMiiiin me compreliensive, r?0"0' political Wasliiiiifton Norfolk 11M I'ulut Cfninrt was sitting for the evemng with Mr. cure troni pronnm nt p. "pic in illcd Iric, get?" "No. it don't." Kloliin.jnil liiiirulii riMtiiLnid brilliant nml exlmutive. Its Aoriciilturnl Ippiirtmmitlm id superior in IV Iv and Mrs. Ticknor. About 11 o'clock ho IIIC. A. ro.VI'AI.Vi:. Tucomn tVuvh. lolpiln onlcnpT'1 iPdlMiiipuiis , "Three dollars, sir." Tho tramp edged over toward tho arose, and his host inquired: . tno countrv. it .Miukrt IJejunti me rci'iignized ntiiliority in all parts of the CincititiNti i.uiiUvl!lit door. "Put him down four. There young"You are not going to retire yet?" STOPPED FREE Cnstern nnd Northonstorn Joints lun I. A .Sncciitl C'oiitmr.t oniilili'k iw to ndnr thia tiilo,i.li,l .Tmirnnl nml Tl... "Well," ho said, with his hand on ster, give him your name, and run Mlantiiut Ittettiu "No," was theanswor, "for always mid .Mi'iiipliis Ilnlnii Umiu Innnt Pcrioni Reitorrd tho latch, "if it don't. I'd liko for you liepuhliciin for ono 3 ear Nuw OrlcHiis Mobile l.iltlo Koi-L- Hot home and tell your mother you have at the birth of the now year I drink to figure out for mo whut your per Dr.KLINE'S OREAT I1EXVEKE6TOF7ER Springs ami pcliiti In UV"t Toiint's- a week. to the health and happiness of my cout of profit U on every bar you sell got a place at four dollars aBAIt & Nm UlSSASIS. Only J daughters, but I do not wish to keep M Ulniiii (co 1'nxiiD ArkHiifHj llNrALr If liken tl diretl-to your deluded customers," and with Come back on Monday and I will tell you up so late." illi Wjt'lltity'l till. Truttn in.l ft ,rll .it'll fret l N. Y. Trihtiii", rcgulnr piice per year I.ipuiinnn mill t - rtmith hik! Imitls 81.00 outsido nnd diwip that he IFH rillsls.llif i'TinL P. iirieriicmr.rti,m wbtx you what to do. Here Is a dollar in "Pray stay with us," urged the pearod. dodged Free V1KLINU.jiArthSI..H,ld-lpMir-,i .rlrlt... el Hartford Republican " " " .'"''' O. snd eiTire " SOUTIIWKST. 1J5 BHlir.l:tltoIit Detroit Press. out of your first host, "aud we will join you in a health advance; I'll take it CM UrUa. gWAKU JillTATI.afiAUOS. The Hi a is thoroughly to your absent ones." jiiipii hiuI In week. Can you remember?" Total DUtlnctlims In riirtune'n 1'awir. Ji'iJ.1. V condition, ant! provlilcMmi uxc. When the hour arrived Thackeray "Work, sir, work all the time?" Recent history is full of cutious t. IlAKSAiin, Proxt, J m. il, IHnvrn, Cashier lent iirruiipi'iniMit in timunnd tliroui;!, uurs "As long as you deserve it my took a rflass of sherry in his bund, rontrasta in tho rewards won in the oiivciilrni-FKA1UKK is the time .mil row to his feet, and Baidin tremulous great field of human endeavor. Hor Of tho Condition of the man." jccurcd by tlm Limited Kxpres.i Trnlnc. tones: Sulibcriptioii limy begin at any UlllC. aco Smith, who invented tho Smith Tommy shot out of that shop. If O.NI.Y A NIOllT'n ItltlK bl'tWl'CII imi4Vill "God bless my motherless girls. & Wesson revolving firenrms. died Addres.s all orders to Hint .Miunphis, iiiil Iliu but nml ijiilcKc't ever broken stair that had a twist God bless them and all who are good leaving an estate valued nt$5,000,uno. tli twacitii'i,i'vriiH'i'r'Vl. ervico bctWL-pthough the whole flight creaked and to them." Orango Judd, who did move poi haps TlrkrlB.Tinif.'lVWes iiml nil dnslrnlinlnrini Drinking the wine, ho bade his host than any other man to teach the weight of a small trembled under the Hon Keclired l,y nll iiiK Io J, Il.'llilinior K'ii'Ht IIoiiit l)niu,ir boy, or perhaps, as might be better good night and without another word American farmer how to niako ngri Kciituc4;v. ll.irlfnril, he retired from the room, leaving T.B.Ljnch. S.&'l Pass. .Vii.Loui.vii!e. h, stated, laughed and chuckled on ac- friends in tears. Chicago Tribune.hu culture profitable, left a perconnl cs tate valued nt f 150. Cincinnati Conv x: count of a small boy's good luck, ise i 'x.mamiLBia!ximxsxTssrssscirsiiiTSSsxiz A.t the Closo of Business mcrcial Uazutto. enjoyed A Gat That Iut Out a I'lre. those in that tenement-hous- e December 31,1862. Jdm. Soino of .otir friends havo a cat themselves thoroughly that mornIliiril to thiilirslnml. which they esteem very highly. Few persons understand tho cause ing. 1.ES0UKCES. winter and Mrs. "I've got it, mother! I'm took. I'm B.On a cold church, day Mr.fivo miles of their own failures. Judging olhor 8(I2,72'3.-1went to bohio affairs as thoy do their own, they Notes and Hilla when away, n cash boy! don't you know and left tho houso in tho .'5,000.00 couldn't tell why a barrel in empty Real Kitatt they take parcels the clerks call Cash, of tho cat, Tom, who upon when it has a holo in tho bottom. 1,500.00 Furniture and Fixtures.. well I am that. Four dollars a week, their return homo rushed out and Ceutury. Cnfli ou llaiiu and in other U u i and the man said I had real pluck, buried his paws in the cold &now. Banks 20,031.22 Wanting to And out the meaning nio New courage, you know. And here is a Among tho employees of tho ConsolSiKJ,2o4.71 dollar for your breakfast; and don't of this behavior on Tom's part, they oxantined his paws and found them idated railroad acquisition you ever cry again, for I am the man blistered and burned. Thoy walked whoso ultimate isa lvceutis LIABILITIES. ambition tho ticket of the house now." $25,000.00 into tho house and found to their punch and rebato check, but who at f!npitnl Stock ' 1,2!).'U4 The house was only a little 10x15 surprise that the carpet around tho present oflldates as tin Auxiliary to Reserve 5,2o0.00 room, but how those blue eyes did grato was bunted, but tho flro had tho iiirpump in tho engine, which Surplus Fund 402.9.'J They now took retards tho progress of tho train Duo other Banks magnify. At first the mother looked been extinguished. 01,308.04 and then she looked it in tho situation. A coal had fallen when a stop is desired. On his first UupoMta confounded out of tho grato aud set tho carpet trip a fow days ago tho conductor passes my power to tell how she did ablaze, which had been extinguished proposed to initiate him 80:1,254.71 into another look as she took him in her arms and by Tom, who had burned his paws in phaso of tho brake-man'duties tho Suhscrihcil and sworn to beforo mo hugged him and kissed, the tears tho effort ho made. Cor. Now York announcing of stations. this Jamiury 'M, liJ-'J- . Tho instructions of tho conductor streaming down her cheeks, but they Recorder. Sm:t.nv Taylok, D. C. O. 0. . were couched as follows: "When 1 were tears of thankfulness. A Lamb's Ride on a Cewcatclier. say tho name of a station from ono In submitting this wo beg to state A rather singular incident occurred end of tho car, you say at ou tho Savannah, Florida and West- tho otlior end. Tho tho same in- tl&Kour IniiiiicM has steadily grown Pictured. The Mlltriiulam brakemnn each iiiniith biuce our opening, and ern railway tho other day. It was timated that ho VT. A fascinating picture ot the possi,"T. . I."ii & about 40 miles from Waycross on n net," or words to was "head on to tho by the most careful, watchfulness and bilities of future development on the that effect. n strict observance, ofthe principles of through train to Chattahoochee On Tho train was Providenco bound, iliu iiiiiai uoiiwr villi vo duiikiiik, wo earth is portrayed In "The Story of tho track just in front of tho train Millennium," which is made a the engineer, Mr. DuBose, saw a sheep anu as it reacneu tno ambitious city hnnn not nntv In nvloml nop nnruinlnt' the of pole and iwlltics tho conductor ancc, hut to prove ourselves worthy special feature of the June number of with a young lamb. It was too lato We are manufacturers of Buggies, Carts Surrie3 and Carriages, and deal directly with and brakoinan stationed themselvea tho confidence that is beiiiK so liberal- Demorest's Family Magazine. It de- to stop tho engine, and tho train nt either end of a car. the consumer, thus saving him the per cent, usually paid to middle men. Our prices ara reas'Pawtuckot I ly reputed in us. picts the condition of mankind on passed on, leaving mutton in its Pawtuckotl" ejaculated tho conductRespectfully, Wo are hcie to accommodate the onable, and we guarantee satisfaction. wake. Arrived the earth duringten thousanth century gineer . descendedat Waycross, tho en- or. Scarcely wero tho words utfrom his ougino tered when people, nneli and every business, "Samoatthisendl Satno courtesy shall ho extended to them, when interplanetary communication and saw tho lamb alive and unhurt " has been ebtablished, nnd the dream on tho cowcatcher, It had been car-- at this end canioin stentorian tonos but in no enso shall safety bo sacrifrom tho hrakenian at tho other door. ficed for friendship or to obtain bus of the ages has become a- vivid and I riod 40 miles without a scratch. Providenco Journal. Times. Owensboro, Ky. iness. John H.Bahnes, Cashier.' magnificent reality. Novel views Bruaswickjaa.) i the counfer. a llvo wiro on n frolic or 11 runaway horso lit a funeral. Sho can givo and countermand more orders in IS minutes after her trunks como up than a man could think of in 11 week. She writes half a dozen letters a day, using threo or four sheets of tho hotel paper in each one, and calls up a bell boy to mail each ono separately. Sho puts all sorts of things in tho stife, and no ono minds that so much as tho things sho doesn't put there, but is perfectly sure bIio did. Of courso sho finds them up stairs under tho pillow and npologizes bo prettily ono can't help but bo glad sho mado tho able Thing Tlirjr Don't Do. A woman at a hotel Is liko That dreaded and dreadful disease I What shall stay its ravages? TJwusands ra 'say Scott's Emulsion of pure Norwegian cod liver oil and hypophosphites of lime and soda has cured us of consumption in its first stages. Have you a cough or cold acute or leading to consumption? Make no delay but take SI musi nsumption Mb, Affr'ABREAl'wKS M "".I .1 (Tit 4 AWB IMiT fray UIdvwiw H U n Lii .ivsvi'i! W i AVtl '. i "M .? s m iv ' -- y- scj'ii c? ' am IKKg I iikiLidi KM in 3 3 SUCCESS h Pro-rwr- Emulsion Scptfs ynERiTS. RAPID Cleansing Power IS has noequal M m "mnssa m all Grocers. GWFAIRBANK&CO Sold by 11 CX?7'3tXl3JrCiP bed-sid- . .it-c- W. L. 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