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The Republican and the Cosmopolial Mill Fubltsher. FOURTH CQNQHCSSIONAL DISTRICT. TERHS-J- L25 hi Annua, In Lima, VOL. V. Mitin: HARTFORD, KY.,' TRDIAY, MAY 20, 1893. hion when we were down in Georgia, NO. 43. zine, for only $3.00. flower-lik- e tan, a leading magaPROFESSIONAL CAKD. tiii:ii A;i.i:rri:uio.Mijiir. KXCIIANlii; ONE DOLLAR EVERY l iiikI Imvpn few rput- linura nt your uUllto tlioin, uml uilil In )our luconi., our business will not lutirliri nt nil. i on will tin nuiiiri il 011 tin1 tlurl nt tin ruiildltyniid mie ly which ou iiuntti ilnll ir ii m dnllnr.rirtyliiHnd il iv out. I.wn bilum r tin miii i o.ftil fiom tho llrst liutir. Any out 1111 run tin biialinsa none (ill. You should try iiiiHi'iik I"' until )ou tec lo nt tin huiliitti wlmt jnti 11111 for yourr-clwhich wcoflir. .Nn canlttil risked. Women are nowiiiliiys they lunkc at much arand wurkirs' nt mi n. 1 luy flitiul I trv this bulm nt, n It I no wi II Hihptt il in tin 111 Wrlti nt niiri nml s a for )imrrir. Addm II. II u.i.i.i r A III., lot. MHO, l' illiiinl, Mc. tn.lly turned by iiiiy one of c ttlicr six In nnjr I'.ntuf ihucmintr), li l mIIIIiik In work Indui. ulouily at tliu I'liiplm mint ulikli r (iiriilih. nnd Jim run no ini'lubor l light mil ilr llak whatever. Wcllt )ou nut cimii.lite.ni Hint you run che tli ltilui ah ti tiiul without i xptu. In toiirsrir. I or HniM" nllllnn lit iln n little work, (lil'i h the ollVr iiimIi. mu tun work nil lny, or In tin i lining iinl. If 5011 are MR Don't no to tliu llicntic, l, Hut sttty in your room Deny yourself of the (ricntls tlint call, Aucf n Kooil'loii"; letter write Write to the sad old folks at homo, Who sit, when the day in done, With folded hands nnd downcast eyes, And think ol the absent one. Write them a letter lull, kcluie or Don't helfishly scribble "K.cttso my haste, I've hardly time to write," Lest their brooding thoughts go wandering back To many a by gone night,' When they lost their needed sleep and rest, And every breath was a piayei, That (iod would leae thcr dcllicate babe, ik jyfcfc Jff - T vcuo for 15)1 1 teso To their tender love and care, Write them a Ittler t. ov mf&ZF 5 let them feci that you've no more need Ofthcirlove and council wise, lfor the heart grows strangely sensitive When ne has dimmed the ee.; It mie;hthcwcll tomaketliciu believe, You never lorget theni quite That jim deem it a pleasure when far away I,ong letters home to write. Then Wnte them a letter to night. Don't Don't think that the young and gitldj friends Who make jour pastime gay Have half the an.xious thoughts for you That the old folks have For the sad old lolks nt home, With locks fast turning white, l Aio longing to hear from the one Oh, w ntc them a letter to-danb-cnt. Bnl W. L. Douulao hooarool(leye:ywho,. Everybody niiould weir thorn. It n duty 70U own youKiolt to get ttis bolt vnla. tor your money. Eooromuo In your footwear by juiohmlogW. L. DoURlncShOOS.whtch loptssont the bast viluo at tho piloea above--, eia thousands una testily, h'lt.nllllito.f f jr'i'nkn NoJ"!) nuluo without W. I. ltr nre of frnml. stamped on bottom. Ixavk ft Douulas name an I Calf Sboo tho world 1 W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE noTOp. In for pilot. th. handlingX herd. H'till mill Durliii: Mu in i it- frlco fur It tttrti jou liuj. V. I,. Irnuglu., llrocliton, !lQt. SuMby ri'itnr- Iit I litiu .r lo nil mirfii L. I YlKUJ.I., Il.rtfonl, Ky. st. i.ons I i.!oiir.-i)i:Mocit- Magnificent tCollection of Aftk. CJ2 KIT 1C3J TLC7I2 CZXS tTTO. FLOWER SEEDS Ahl $&kfJwil.ln va&FREE! mti& - ?w4irrJr: Vtv n.lll lJTiC7iir. aiBirPt Jn,rjij v sy,fv jftesVbr k yti.1 frU r WOliA.WW-w- &mm,'i - nprtt1IlrlOirrrbriiM and able rl.ll.blnc IIvmscI 1 Uw 11111 I'! iit.d.T V.r 4it.unM. pxn'iaji nllr (!. U. 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A SURE rrira and CERTAIN CURE known for 3 years as tho B EST REMEDY FOR PILES. y mritiiinsoi itEDinTR to., bt. ions. Sdentiflo American .Ja.N " Anenoy for The task of the drover and his ns- s in getting the herds sistaut from the .Southern innehes to the Nottheru shipping points, was one involving both skill and daring The dailj' program was as regular as that ol a regiment on the uiarch. Imoiu morning until noon the-- utile were allowed to gr. e in the duecliou ol their destination, watched bj- - the cowbosin iclajs. l'lie cattle by this time were uneasy ana turned into the trail and walked steadily forward eight oi ten miles, v. lieu at early twilight they w ere haltrd to graze. As darkness came on they were gathered closer and closer inlnn coms riding pact mass by the constantly and steadily, lessening the circle around them until at last the lituteslaj' down chewing their cuds nnd resting from the trip. Near midnight thej' would usualU get up and stand awhile and then liedown againr having changed sides' At this time e.tra cate was ncccssarj to keep them from wandering nimlesslj off into the darkness Sitting on their lound poniis or slowlj riding and round their lecliuiug charges the s passed the night on sentinel dutj',relieving one nnotherat stated hours. When skies were clear and the air bracing'thc task of cattle driving was a pleasant and healthful one. Hut there came rainj' d.ws, when the cattle were restless and when it was anything but enjoyable riding through the steadj downpour. Then especially weic the nights wearisome and the cattle were rcadj' at any time to stampede. No one could tell what caused a stampede auy more than one could tell the reison ol the strange panics that attact human gatherings at times. A flash of lightning n crackling stick, a woll's howl little things j' in themselves, but in n moment horned head was lifted and the mass of hair nnd horns, with fierce frightened eyes, gleaming like thousands ol emeralds, was off, recklessly, blindly, in whatevei direction fancy leads them; they went over a blufTor morass-- , it mattucd not, and fleet were the horses tint could keep But some abreast of the leaders could do it, and lushing their pouici to their best gait the cow-b- o '.s followed nt breakneck speed Gcttiu.f on one side of the leaders the effort was to turn them a little at fust, then more ami more until the circumference of a circle was being described; the cattle behind blindly followed nnd soon the front and rear joined an I soon the "milling" commenced, lake a mighty mill stone, lound nnd lound the bewildered creatures raced until they were weirlcd out or recoverol from their fright. with his "white But the cow-bohat, his long leather cattle whip, his lairat and his clanking bpnr, is now a thing of ths pist. un-!yjcow-boj-cow-boyev-erwtde-rinimed I inquire whj' I have been nsked heic?"I said without ta"We are Masons, he said 'and I want to tell you a storj-- . I know I king a chair, which she passed mc. LYou see, I was half uneasj' and did have got no business down here, praclines, but I am on no not know what might happen. tically in "She smiled. mission of war, but one of love and "I understand," she said and stood peace You see how I am rigged out before me. in the best I have got and he smiled "Then she told mc of the j'oung consciously and blushed and Iexpect-c- d officer I had permitted to escape. to be mimed this afternoon. The "But what Ins that to do with this girl is watting for me now, and don't for somehow I didn't you think it is prettj' hard on her for visit?" I asked, catch on. 1 had no idea me to be in this fix? "I am his wife.' she replied blushour troops were so near or I should ing, 'and he told me if it ever were have slipped in in the night and got out again, hut it is too late to talk possible for me to, sec j'ou I must do about that now. You have got me so and tell you for both of us how nnd her heart will be breaking while gratelul we are for your kindness." "Then I began to grasp the situaI am hut up in some prison, nnd it won't be much satisfaction to joti, tion, and I almost fell into the chair she had offered me, nnd as she talkwill it? g "By George!" venton the General, ed to me, I never was so glad of in my life .is that I was a Maswith moistened eyes, "it stirred the blood ithiti me as I listened to that on nnd he was, unless it was that I g lellow nnd thought of had had the oppornunitj' of doing a favor for so charming a woman." the dear girl waiting for him. "For half an hour she talked to me I said, 'there "Hold on a minute,' is a turn in the road, and when the and then she called her father, much orderlies get out ot sight, if joti are against his will, but ns she told him s willing to take the risk, suppose j'ou the whole storj and her ptettj sparkled a rill her cheeks reddened, take it." He shook mj' hand silently and the his fine old fice grew softer and 'teirs uml smiles came together. As softer until at Inst the tears came, the orderlies turned the bend the and as she finished he rose, and commc took both nij hands joung man turned his horseandstart-e- d ing over to back down the road on a run. I it his, and shaking them silently u me, sir, there isn't gave him a good start and then I he said: 'D banged awaj- - at him with mj- - revol a Southern gentleman in nil this sunver and went after him, but I took ny land who wouldn't be proud to are." the wrong road at the forks, and mj be such a Yankee ns "I thanked him cordiallj for that, orderlies came after me as fast as thej could. I guess we must have chased and later on we had something to back along that road for two miles drink, nnd thereafter the old gentleor more, hut we didn't find that con- man was not the same kind of a man founded rascal anywhere and the or- nnj' more. "A week ago," concluded the Genderlies never suspected that I had eral,"! visited that couple, living anj thing to do with letting him get At least thej never mentioned now bcautifullj' in Atlanta, with four nwaj it in mj hearing," and the General bright and happy children about them, all grown, and one of the finest smiled. young men I ever saw nnj'where "What became of him at last?" bearing my name." asked the drummer. . ., "About lour months after that I Tlu Willie IIiihk .Mlrnclc-- A I'nslrl. was holding a town in Tennesee, DOUGLAS ..SHr.RI.KV IN" TRUTH. in Continued the General, "and It was a night of wind nnd rain-I- n the hushed stillness of a chamthat town was the rankest old I ever saw. He was a courtlj'old ber, where death stood at the door, A cniel chap, but bitterer than gall, nnd ut- languished n young girl. He fever had wasted her strength, but terly bcj'ond reconstruction. wouldn't speak to n bluecoat, and spared her beautj. there were times when it was almost Her breast was the home of charity; ncccssarj' to put him under guard for her soul the shrine ol purity. She his own safetj'. He was too old to be had never known the touch of shame dangerous, but occasionly he talked or the breath ol disaster. By her bed so we had to threaten him. One day stood n vase filled with rare red 1 was startled almost out of my wits rosesdeep red nntl spotless white. by his coming into headquarters. He They were the gift of nn anxiouslover. The young doctor came. was white with suppressed feeling, He bent over her form, felt the but he managed to tell me that there where the most of the come from now, I was out one' morning with a couple ol oiderlies, riding nlong n hill side road, which just ahead of us met another coming up lioni the vallej'. As we rode slowly along I heard the sound of a horse's hoofs on the rood below nnd the clanking ol n saber. None of tliectienij in lorce was anywhere in sight, or even near that locality, and I felt that sonic stnij' Confederate wns riding that waj and we went ahead until we could command a view of the road below, and in n minute a Confederate officer in n brand new uniform, bright trappings and u fine sword, came bj' on a beautiful horse. He was a handsome fellow, nnd, nil unconscious of his danger, was whistling n merry air. Ol course, we must captuie him, but how to it was the question nt first, but wo soon settled on a quiet little ambuscade, nnd in five minutes more wcliadhini covered nnd he threw up pris-iouhis hands. A more crest-falle- n I ne er saw than that j'oung fellow, nnd I felt sorry for him, but I could do nothing but take htm along. We hadn't gone lar until he got next to me, with both orderlies riding in advance, he along some gave me a sign, I recognized it on oflicc-seeker- was n lady at his house, a very near and dear relative", his only daughter, in fact, who wanted to sec mc that evcuingjit seven o'clock. He had been very loath to come to a Yankee, heJsaid. but she insisted so that he was compelled to do it, nnd then he bowed nnd went out like an old King with his crown gone. There was no cxplanntio'i, and I told the l'rovost Marshal about it and said I was going upimj self to see what it He was surethere was n trap meant laid for me. and did not want me to go nt all, but I told him Southern hospitality did' not betraj1 people and I would go. 1 went, and as I passed through the gate and grounds to the old Minnsioil I saw the shadowy forms of mj' blueconts all about as silent as ghosts. It as plain the l'rovost to settle matters if Marshal to me.. However, anything I never let on.jb'ut went in, and the old man met ine nt the door, grimly diiecting me into the large, old fashioned parlor ami stamped off down the great hall. I went in, nnd n verj' beautiful j'oung woman ol 22, I should saj. met me half way across the room. ?" she said, "You nre Gcncril questioninglj'. was-.rcad- y har-pcits- feeble pulse nnd watched the face. Willi llorNPN In .brnnUn. N. Y. TRI11UNI'. "She will live," he finally said. The young girl in her delirium seemed to understand. She reached out nnd drew a white rose from the cluslcrnd caught it in his coat. Death stood no longer at the outer door, but skulking nwaj' left the good .sentinels, Hope and Health, to guard the entrance. e That night, while fiercely raged the storm of wind and rain, call brought this young doctor, in the name of humanity, to the bedside of a poor creature living in a house of shame. Her brow was stained, with the mask of sin. Her face bore the signs of beauty half hidden by the deep traces of dissipation. Like a lilly that blooms by a stagnet pool, the storm of temptation, the disaster of yielding, had beaten her down into the unclean water and poluted her purity and marred her beauty. "Give me that rose," she begged of the young doctor in n pitiful way. He hesittaed and gently refused. HI know why," she cried; "some young girl unlike my wretched self, pure and sweet, gave it to you. But I must have it, I must brush it against my face, catch its fragrance and touch its cool white leaves it will ' make mc better. He reluctantly gratified her whim. She caught the white rose in her hands, pressed it against her thin face flushed with fever, clasped it above her breast, and then came the miracle. The touch of her flesh discolored the rose it turned crimson with shame. There was a brief convulsive moment a tremor a rigor, and she died. From her face the flush of fever fled; a pallor like a mantle of charity, overspread her features, calm and beautiful in their final repose. Death must have brought a message of forgiveness from the Great White Throne to that unhappy soul, for the rose lost its unnatural color and shone again in all its whiteness, with a freshness and a new beauty on the breast of the young girl. self-samer the spot" "I bowed. "And may anj-thin- good-lookin- Coughing leads to Consumption. Kemp's Balsam stops the cough atonce m m ej-e- Piles can be cures, piles will be cured, piles are cured with DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. An excellent remedy forallsUin diseases. L.B.Bean. Lane's medicines move the bowels very day. In order to be healthy his is necessary. Xot (ob Forgl en. M. QUAD. As I sat talking with the editor and proprietor ot the weekly paper the office "devel" who was a boy about 15 years of age' came in and tremblingly said:" Mr French, wasn.t I to stay for three years and learn the trade?" "Why, certainly." "But the foreman has discharged me!" "He has! Why what is that for? "Because I took home the office towel and had" "What! James, did j'ou dare to meddle with that towel?" "Why, sir, it needed washing, stnd I took it" "James, did you take that towel home and have your mother wash it?" "Y-ye- s, 3". "The most magnificent display of horseflesh that I ever saw was on the ATTORNEY AT LAW, prairie, near the forks of Platte RivHARTFORD, KENTUCKY. er," said an old western pioneer, now living at North Platte, Neb. "The jii.t. misi. J. I. R. WtDDIMO. horses were all wild," continued Mr. 6s McDonald, "and it was one of the grandest sights I ever witnessed. HARTFORD, KY. Troops of wild horses will never (Office, over Anderson's llaintr.) more be visible to any appreciable exWill practice their profoislanluallth courts o Ohio nml niljotnlna counties, nnd court of Appeal tent on the western prairies.and there Specitl attention mven to criminal practice and v2n2.y arc only a few of us living now who collcctloni, . can remember the days when these &.. wild horses roved over the prairies. The spectacle I witnessed at the forks of the North Platte River made m j HARTFORD, KY. nerves tingle. There were about two Will practice h's profession In Ohio and adjoinhundred animals in the drove. The ing counties, and the court of Appeals, specia sun had just come up over the plains attention alien to collections. t3 Tlv when I suddenly came out in front of Office north side puMm square. them from a little grove, where I had camped during the night. I was on E. V. GUFKY. B. D. RINfiO. the back of my own mustang. He Grixffy 6s ZRlngOi lifted his head high into the air, pawed the earth with his fore feet and Will practice in all courts of Ohio and adjoining then began to snort in a most aristocounties, nnd In Suptrk.r Court nml Court of Apcratic manner. It was was then that peal.. Collections and all legal bualneaa attend) to. Office, No. 3M K, Market t, .Hartford, Ky. I saw Ihe sight that sent that thrilling feeling through my body which I can not describe. Every animal lifted his head on hearing the cry of AT LAW, welcome or joy from my mount, and looking my way the troop formed a m circle and stood still. One magnificent black stallion, who appeared to 13. 13. be the leader, after looking at me for a moment came toward me with an easy, graceful stride from the opposite side and took up a position in (Office in Cr.wder Building.) Will front of his followers. He was the Ohio practice his profession In all the courts of and adjoining counties. Also Notary finest specimen of a horse I ever Pnbllo r2nTr saw. His tail swept the ground and his mane hung to his shoulders. His body was brilliant in its glossiness. .m:,, Zj. He looked as if he had received the ATTORNEY AT LAW, most flattering attention from an experienced groom. Some of the aniWill practice his profession in all the Courts ol mals appeared neglected, but the maOhio and adjoining counties, and in the Court of jority of them were sleek looking. Appeals. Special attention alvcn to collection. "My own animal became so excited Office, over Williams, Bell A Co', drugstore. at the sight that I made haste to tie him to a iree. Soon after I jumped from my horse's back the black stallion gave his head a toss and started on a rapid trot across the prairie, the entire band following him. After going about a half mile away the band iCjssaaaaaaaaa9saaQsaa9r lulaaaTsBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaKf returned, the magnificent black still in the lead. They came within one hundred yards ol me, and the leader whinnied ns if to invite my horse to come and join them. "My poor Jack( I felt sorry forhim. He stood looking at the wild rovers, his lariat drawn taut, and at the in- OFFICE OVER RED FRONT vitation or call from the leader he made frantic efforts to join the wild Is prepared to do all kinds of band and thus forever put an end to Dental work at reasonable prices. his drudgery. Sweat came from every pore, he was so excited, and his body was covered with foam, as if he had just finished a thirty-mil- e run. I AT was afraid he would succeed in breaking away, so I fired my rifle into the air to frighten the drove and the w ML leader took the hint and scampered off across the plain, followed by the others. I watched them until they were out of view and, actually, I wished I were one of them, they looked so contented. I have since looked upon a magnificent collection of horses, but that sight was the grandest of the kind I ever witnessed." Edwin Eo'we - - O-lon- Wedding', MdXm-ymVtvy&wr- -- James Attorney at Law, Sraitli, Attorneys at Law. Perry Westerfield AIIO-INE- Roslne, Wedding', Attorney at Law, TSjySt Hartford, Ky. il ft Will 1. DENTIST. 7' av-- mas3r. JffrKS fire-eat- It is a truth in medicine that the you know that it hadn.t smallest dose that performs a cure is "Didn.t Risbeen washed since THE EAGLE was the best. DeWitt's Little Early ers are the smallest pills, will perform established 14 years ago?' the cure, and are the best. L.B.Bean. ! sir!" s, ana J2S"it'tc"" V," THE NEXT MORNING ,JL BRIGHT AND NEW AND MV COMPLEX ON IS 13.. 7 til. Bsatly on tho tomwh, lir.r ""I !' u"i "' Thi.drlnk ti PreP"". toruiwasiMwiyas All draw's! s soil It a tCftc aniainja I lit. Use'. Fanllr M.dUlun ,a..rN ay. Herd rlmmi ie. A za. ir il.T "And yet you took it home and SEND twelve cents in postage had it boiled and sudsed rinsed and stamps to 39 Corcoran Building, Washironed and brought it back here fresh ahd clean?" "Yes, sir, but I" That will do, James! if you had pied our first page, ruined our hand-pres- s or used our subscription book for a diary, we could overlook the matter, but in this case never! the foreman is right you must go. . MTMOCilTITT. BIIT1XQC1UTT. ington, D. C, and you will receive four copies of Kate Field's Washington, containing matter of special interest. Give name and address, and where you saw this advertisement. ly (Joins; to Fix Hint. UXCHANGE. WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM L.1 Double Chloride of t Wrlto your namo and Bilrtresiplnlnly, nmlstnto whether Tablets aro for Tobacco, Morpbluu or jMipiur iinuii. DO NOT BE DECEIVED Into p - ircualns nnyoi mo vnrious uodirums 111111 uro neini; 1 rJ1 nnorcu xor buio. jbk tor ' and tako nijotlatr. Manufactured only by . HILL'S ! DCUCUDCD nCmCnlOCn caret unim-aucutlorin- s WE GUARANTEE . ivy kuu uiu uiurifc ana Invito tbe moat to our rcsponulbU- ui oar aauiota. X CUBE I Gold Wo pond pnrtlculnrs ami pamphlet of todtliiioiiliilHlreo,uml shall uuki "J xupiato Biiuercrsiroin miy ui iuuhu iiuuiibiu tlouw lth persons who liavo boon cured uytliousoof ourTAiilKTb. HILL'S TABLETS aro for enlo by all FinST-CLj.e- s uriiKKitm 111. 1 ,uu per It yourdruKffUldoeai .00 .Bw nnd wo will scud sou, by return mall apuckugoof mr Uablelsi. tnnlociircantlmme.nnaWltn- ".DnwrMUrM rjnrl MflDDniMP jJIIUIUiIJiIiiJjUU (lull JJ1U1U lilll JJ muim ouimiy tuori on mo part or UilUll thopntlent.by tliousoof our SPECIAL. FORAtULA GOLD CURB TABLETS, Ditrliiff treatment pttlcntsnro allowed tho free tiso of I.lquor or Alor nh Inn until Much tfmanalliuv BlinlLoluuturllv i7lu tliem un. Will romnlotolrilostrov tho dcslroforTOTlACCO In from atnfldnvn. cnusonu tlCKneak,,niiuniu.y uuKirun in a cup m iiuiiri.uuuuwiiuuui.iiiu kuuwi kiro 01 1110 pauoui, wuo w 111 voiuuiuruy stop buiouhh; or cucwiun; 111 u icw uuyn. Tablets Perfectly harm. A FEW Testimonial! yv BBflEj & from persons who have been cured by the use of aCEaVBaaa Hills Tablets. Tns omo Cbkhical Co.: ukik sib: I have bei TABLETS THIS OHIO El, 53 k Fr A Wt TRADE MARKS. DESIGN PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS, etc For Information nnd frco Handbook wrlto to lUfln K Uli.. .HI JIIIIMUWAY. fllff IU1IK Ohtert bureau for tocurlni: vatonta In America. Kvory I'nti'nt tnknn out iiy ua la nmuiriii nororo tbo pufjjto by a uotlca given frco of obanio In tho Ull wir BBBM CBBLiaBaa alBT Hit ol Will- I'UKK-l'KKa- CHEMICAL CO, aamaaaaaw 0AVEAT8. IH'.TKOIT a euro for tobacco habit, and found It wouli do what you claim for It. I used ten cent. worth of tho strongest chewing tobacco a day. nnd from ouo to five cigars) or I would smoke from tin to fortvninvaor toDacco. nave cnewea nml nmnlced for twenty five years, and two packages It. of your Tublets cured mo so. I have no desire forMtcb. JJ.M J AYLOUD, Leslie, DOBBI FlBBT. N. Y. Prv .ncNTLT21f Blf ! JSomA tllllB OSTO 1 Bent wit,,- - TntilfttJI for TohflLCCO ll&blt. 1 TfiCfilTed Parents cannot be too careful how they answer the apparently trivial questions of their children. It would almost seem as if a child's dictionary Here is were a necessity of the age. an illustration: "Pa," said a little chap to his father, "what does a man mean when he says 'I'll fix you?' " "Means that he'll do him up," answered the father brieflj'. "But then, what does 'do him up' mean?" "Bother! You ask too many ques tions, child. It means that he is going to kill him." The little fellow was silenced for a time but,as events proved.he thought over the subject. Soon after he was taken ill and, the family doctor being absent, a strange physician was summoned. Left alone with him a few moments, the little fellow began ta VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. FOR 20 YEARS mtuti T(?a BOLD lSVEUYWHEllE. r nicn.ncio"i bidiciib to., bt. tons. -- v; 4. Quarterly . . 50c roister Single Copies, PtrTear, anil $1.50 Boand Volumes, kljh h --ol, i.00 ., well aclJem, and coll.." Tiawrr Dei . WatM.fi.., .....C' r FISIIBR.e.trf . "M "", I 8. WJNSllir, -- A."V ..;.P!.V7,"' jeuiatl 01 nan I. da liioul. t.uitor I m.fiit, timely nd puMlcttton. I Ir. nftirh ttriKk wl'h ih variety .rtolll Information ynrj man. SC1IUKIMN, Cora.ll lulKrtliy. lUUta. N. 1, For til. by Itttlarr Boolte'lerl tad tfewiDtlt.nl tarouf bnut th Wort t, who will alio r.cclr. tuUcrlptloni. .rwlllb.aialltrlllrellaa-iylac.li- i ib Potta! I'd! a oa rec.lpt f lb. role, lot .Ingle cer let and bouad tolumtt. fettles libKIIll illl. Il 7J. All lrr.1 l.UV. A ra of jXi ?.. tttiIli. ' ft CURRENT HiarORV, .CTROIT, MICH., U. a. A. A 1 t ask question:. Harris Theater, LOUISVILLE, KY; i i BS Optra Block, "I'm a Mason," said the man of soldierly bearing, when the drummer lnd finishe I n j'arn, "and am also n soldier, or was in the late war between the States, I was a General of a brigade in the Union army, nnd saw some of the romance ns well ns the realities of war." "There was more reality than romance about it wasn't there?" queried the dtummcr. "Rather," smiled the soldier "but it made the romance the more de- lightful. I temember on one, occa- - LIMA, OHIO. PARTICULARS FREE. gffittMt &mlffla BROWN'S IROS BITTERS Largett rtr(u!ntlon of any aclratlBo papnr In tbo lroiTo. rjplenilldlr llluatratuil. No Intolllpcut man (hould bo without It, Weekly. t;i.O( & H-mnntlis. AitdroM JIUNN A CO, UuutJUKl.3,UUl ilto4wayow iorkClty. Tnn rifll r tn twil wni-ll- i if tiwrnnn'rirfitt niiii.uiifiniifrhiwnabothaheaTvamokerandoheweT. they did tho work in liws than tbreodays. I am cured. Truly yours, MATHEW JOHNSON, V, O. Box 44. PiTrannnuH. PA. gives nte pbure to speak a Tnr.OnioCnEMiCALCo.'-aEOTtKKKN'-It prnUe for your Tablets. My son was strongly addicted to the use of word of 1 llniior.uiidthrouuhii.fi .. lend. ol wns led to try your Tablets. liewasaneaTyano n..u.n n f V.,l TntllMtj. Flllfc I tlTM, .? t6 nUlt OlnilKlnS:. ilrlnlrii. ,.... f...w nml will not touch lltiuor of nnv kind. 1 bavo waited four month before writing you, In order to know Uiu euro was permanent. youn,rH''m,T vw vnnsianM CiNCimfATi, Ohio. caM TourTaWetshT.Mrfonneolamlilolnmy N: The Ohio I lrnvo used inorphliii), hypodcnnlcutly, for seven years, ana nays been cured fJJgjgy'R'of . my part. .ww..-two puckuges of your Tubluu, and without any effort on ft r r cnEMioAbCoi-QFNTtFMK- fMr" Inillguatloc, Curei trill, T' lUlloiunCM, Dyapepila, JIala. I'liytl-cUi- AGENTS a WANTED! u Nerromnwi. nntl fionorul rceoronivbU It. All ileal' r wll It. Cleniune mark mi J crnsiol rnl liuva on w mppor. iu tmle wrltlruc pleasa mnotlon this paper ) CO., THE OHIO CHEMICALLIMA. OHIO. Opara Slock. I, S3 and yitldrvMi nil OraorH to "Going to cure me, doctor?" he inquired. Mrs. P. Harris, R. L. Brittou and "Yes, yes, my little man," said was preparinga dose. T. F. Dean, M'g'rs and Props. the doctor, who The only rnodernly built Theater "I'm going to fix you." in tbe city. What was the doctor's surprise to figure dart The only Theater playing first-clasec a small, white-robe- d e for attractions at popular pi ices. from the bed and make a lth ave., - Situated on West side of the door, through which he disappearThe astonished medical man between Walnut and Green. ed. followed him and found him sobbing Prices 50o, 25c, lfm and 10c. s in his mother's arms. Toherhewaa relating his fears that the doctor KOtt HVHl'M!, to "fix" him in the sense tl'iat Use Ilr.vrn's Irot (21 I V riiyslcluni rc his father had defined the word a few AU dealers Icenit.VehJclsa. ba trad mark all'' weeks before. ss bee-lin- S s .jf CO. OHIO, U. 7K M .' .'v ,7 h- - v - ysii?'.- L till 314 - JL 'J VM" mvKmrtrTTmmtmmimmmmm ft I entitled free from any cost whatever ty father than the brutal scheme Mural hiimlon. MASTERED IT OVER NIGHT. to the benefits' enumerated above for of retaliation aud appeals to the in- Iho I'ob'liborw of Mrs. Marlu Smith At Nrrn by iric Wlm Ktnjn There , the term of years necessary to com- - telliircncc and sober thoiu'ht of n tco- - AlKtiTlliliHil .lurking lllril 1 liut Sill wncul among themselves that bhe fUBLISHED KVJCIIY PltlDAY MOItNlNO. Arwy I.pllcr. hud verv peculiar ideas about the lliiril Cry. In Intituling plcte the course of study iu which he i pie bom with nn inspiration ol liberty or any training of children. Shu hud gone u bird A good or she has matriculated for graduation nnd nursed on the bosom ol justice Kitltor and Proprietor. JO. M. KUUKRH, for out) term bo to iln iioinml Pension Commissioner I.ochrcti has or during good behavior. All bene- lor a vindication of their course and other ivniinnl is doubly inte'iv-itinwm-no- t if tho reader can bo sure that It is ' ioio lt rumi lingo, anil it wiw 1893. FRIDAY, MAY 20, Ibis week given the country an ex- ficiaries of the State who continue cause. apposed that, mmiio 01 ntr only truo substantially, but Inn monly If not all, ot tbem evidently majority, hibition of extreme political partisana. Without flattery or extravagant not been dressed out by tho writ r'ri odditi n hi. IIIIU IU IHIU """ students for one consecutive collea,1(1 wm,ltl r,d our 8trcc,', ,.11 now," wild RculHsii Duyna ship that was never surpassed even giate year of ten months unless ii lain Jrcd men armed with nro iUn expressions of admiration lor the sol- imagination. Such n story is tho fol.... . . of that he cjuie Initio to ilinnor, Winchester rifles and under command !0,ft standing disgrace to the town. during the Administration prevented, shall also be en- diers of the late war, w e di .11 111 1 for lowing, told by Mr. William Hi ou, j ' nomlstako. l',.,,1-1wrn,t wnrk in 80,uo WV ho most partisan President, Andrew a queer 0110 and ot United States Marshal Blackburn titled to their necessary traveling ex- them the same principle.- - ol liberal ster, 0110 of tho best known of IIo was Hi .v if bringing up that boy of hers should be made wnrk. Jackson. This is the more surpris- penses in going to and front said Col- consideration which is extended to American ornithologists. are now at Central City to eniorce weeks at tho littlo on niiglitv original principles. W hat ing because from his judicial trainthe soldiers of other wars nud con- upendingof"someMnry'n on the coast of do you suppose 1 heard her say to the collection ni' the Muhlenburg village St. Next week is Commencement nrjd ing, fairness at least was expected lege. The selections for the benefi- demn ciaries shall be made by the Superinthe iusiduous iiuiuit r m which Georgia. Mocking birds woro abunhit! this morning?" Bond taxes. It seems that poor old Hartford Collego and Business Inst)' has been the custom ever tendent of Common Schools in their the Democratic party is trying to rob dant, nnd being protected by every I'm Hire 1 dunno," bald Mrs. Day. Muhlenburg is about at the end of tute closes iu most successful year's of him. It since there has been Medical Hoards respective counties upon competitive them of their just rights and brand ouo who half domesticated, build- - -- .iitio'h no guessing sho says ho her row. What was it?" work. The friends ot tbo institution to examine applicants for pensions, to .,. 0 iillci nests in tho nbnibbery that examination on subjects prcpaied by them with fraud, cover them with inir their ...1 ... ......1 ll... 1...aA.a t.1 1sltlW "Why, n V.k t Joe Smith cut his have watched with pride its continued make those boards by the Faculty of the College and suspicion audove, whebu w ,u, lafainy. " Tin: pond on tbe negro lot at the fo'vihvVb dr elT yesterday with hi rise in the great field ot educational having them composed of two mem- transmitted to said superintendent ,e-- wsjieeiiuiy i'uiiiiiis-1inturn ot tbo Beaver Dam road needs 3. iiie plots and graveled wnlka. Anorango now rniul'l hay cutter, and this adding new lumels bers ol the party in power and one of before the first day of goli'K by I heard draining badly. It is but a harbor success, each year in front of tho window was apJune each year. telligent, patriotic and successlul efunmiitf ... 1 and to the management and the town. the opposition, but this custom lias Puu.inr.tt, Tnat no standard ol forts ol the last Republic .11 adminis-tratio- u propriated by u particularly lino Mari j for malaria and typhoid fever she always ealls " 'Now, ot the town been overturned by l.ochren, who admission adopted by the College for is to build upa Merchant Marine blugcr. cholera and every other ailment that Tbe College the pride His repertory included tho notes the little -- eanip doseph, though tho and county and well may it be so. boldly announces his purpose 'to admission into the Acedmy shall ex- and Naval Fleet, that, with continued can nrice from Btagnaut woter and old man lii. never beeiiniiythliigclso of nearly all tho buds in thosur-intrudinMany of its students are numbered make those boards entirely Democrat- clude fiom the benefits of this act efforts along the same lines, will .Joseph,' says hIio, filth, when an hour's work would legion, beside, many of but .K- among the most successful men nnd ic, and to add insult to injury he has con. ity appointees who have completo supremacy 011 the high seas tho character! tie village- sounds, and 'vou nn.t K .1 wry good Iwy, for drain it completely and effectually. women not only ot Kentucky but the audacity to call this rank injus- ted the course ol study pi escribed by which wc lost by the unwise legisla- most of tbo imitations who simply yoer t. :! lir hurt his hand, and if pe'ifevt. Moreover, ho was cnutiuu-ut.you are iniiuhtvlieeau't whipyou."1 Democracy. Tin: Kentucky liaptitt is coming to of tho whole South went. Any school tice to the Republican party and the law for the common Schools of the tion of Ante-belluveterans, "reform." Verily. Demo- Commonwealth. mtuin;; to his i,Lwirt Companion. 6. We call attention to former Dembe one ot the most popular religious might well be proud of the galaxy ot cratic reform is but another name for ocratic whines about the league be- An instance of this occurred 0110 Said examinations shall be open to newspaper in the country.lt is bright, bright men and women ihit will IV . aftoniomi when several of us were I'fii !' iIIiit partisan all pttbons between the ages of lour-te-n tween Republicans nnd Wall Street, sitting on tho veranda. On May 11 it gaiher at the Banquet of the Alumni crisp nnd ncwy. Feathe" Iwi's have an inexplicable The Administration has no intenand twenty-fou- r ear-'- . Prefer- and present the frequent interviews nopulauty in the A greater yellow legs (u well and uudc-ervi- il came out in a twelve page issue with Association on Friday night of next tion ot trying to prevent the Sunday bird of thoKiiiponnd ence shall be given; other things be- with Wall Street Hankers which Mr. lnioWK southern Mates. Even in mimmerthe bright colored covers nud a number of week. oppening of the World's l'nir, not- ing equal, to those who have pissed Carlisle has had in the two and a half sandpipi r passing over tho nni.'iiiu VSh'iornuvN the solicitous cuts and sketches of eminent divines withstanding its being n direct viola- withciedit through the public schools, months of his administration town wv." :.t' raeted by my answerinqtii.y. "Wdl jou have a feathei nt more Next to tbe County School ot tbe denomination, among them our tion of law, and it is reported that rts persons of energy nud industry whose than for the whole of Mr. Harrison's ing whittle and circled sveral times bed ' ' rod Hit tbe ambition of every the most roundly nnd above the bouse leiterating his melown Dr. J. S. Coleman. The llaptU negi 11 hoiisow lfe to pusses such a lied. was intimated to a represen- means are small, to aid whom in term as an evidence of that greater low call. soundly abused public official is tho much An nld tolo.vil vonuin, who eaiuu meets a warm welcome nt our always tative ot the local board of control, league which carried the city of good educations this provisTl.o niocl.ing bird up to this time north leavinirlierhUobandU'hindher School Trustee. All the ills of whattable. who was here some days ago to ascerby a hundred thousand lor (tro- had Km uninterruptin Virginia, lnno.ricl the fact that ever kind and however unreasonable tain what would be done by the Ad- ion is intended. edly, but nt the sound of these she had not hoard from homo for ver Cleveland. 'i If any Representative District of Judge John D. Atchison, that cannot by any possible means be ministration if the Exposition were astonished those 7. We deem it useless to do more bli'.uik,o notes ho relapsed into silence many weeks, but more than one county each has been chosen to deliver attributed to the former are by com- opened on Sunday. who 1ug.11.st1d that doubtless hor This is not n county so included shall be entitled than call to mind Democratic incom- a.id retreated into tho thickest foliage of his fnwirito tree. Then wo hu ' ..'id wri. iu good health by the the annual address to the Societies ot mon consent heaped upon tbe hitter. question of the personal preferences ot to select one beneficiary as afore petency and mismanagement in Ken- heard him trying them In nu underunnt'tincHi) nt that she was not Hartford College next Tuesday night. And while there is a grout deal ot un- the individual members of the Admintucky, feeling that any man who will tone wonynitf nlMiut the old man, but lest self-maman; merited abuse inflicted upon the istration. It is against a law of the ' said. Judge Atchisou is a Vim first note came pretty readily, bo hh'o.dd have sold her feather bod. Said examination shall beheld, and endorse the present conduct of execucultured, polished, profound, one of uouru ot irustees, a deal ot it is no United States to open the Riir on the successful competitor appointed tive and legislative affairs is dead to I at tuj fulling inllection of the sucIt.H.!il 1. enough to got a new y doubt warrauted by the neglect of the Sunday, and every member ol the between tile first day ol ceeding throe troubled him. When-ove- r hu Is. 'd si afiln led, but it hardly tho ablest lawyers of Western y aud the every sense ol justice, right and June I v to prompt, he would fell to the lot ot moitni colored womPerhaps the Anministration has sworn to observe first day of August of each year. and withal an elegant gentle, officials themselves. and nlie to a political jireju-dic- e listen attentively, and nt the next at-- t an to own two tent iier Kiln in tho Hartford will feel honored most flagraut neglect of the provisions ami eniurec uic iuu, aim a i.iuure iu man. only which cannot be removed It shall be the dutv of the County nqi show an evident impiovo-uieii- t eoU'M ol uln tune. New York Sim. with the privilege ot doing honor to nt the law is iu regard to tbe keeping do so will be a violation ot the oaths-the- . Superintent to make known the bene-- I by any argument of nit opponent or took upon assuming office. fits ol this provision to each common wrong of his own party Finally he tho task, as such a typical Kentuckian by giving of tbo records. A full and complete itnc. thought and (CTv ,ifiiiiOf hire cc. 8. As the champion of freedom of wo thought, in despair, nnd at btniset one ot the largest aud most ap- record ot the business done by the Attorney General uiney, lias given school under his superinteudency, him cjrreJ among IL an opinion, nt the request of Post- - , with the time and place, when and person and liberty of conscience the that e oiling, tor tho Hint and only preciative audiences ever gathered in Board is required by law to be accurohI end Il wise. liuuiigimy May, his voice was master General,. stating that the open" where, such competitive examinaRepublican party opposes every se- tini. ug in The iMibJecl baa rately and carefully kept. But there the town. e ing of the branch at the tion shall b held. He shall for this cret political organization which has mis day'ir1 1 the geiieial chorus. Hut tfn r I'enner't are perhaps not more than one Board nt tl.o not morning tho UMtn Itrltcf. A t for its purpjso the ostracism of per- garden rat-- with a perfect imitation The teachers of the county should out of ten that complies with the law World's Fair on Sunday would be purpise a boirl of ExamiLIT' It cum too man; dlieaici, not forget the School Exhibit to be iu this regard. The neglect for the unlawful and it is presumed that or- ners whose duty it shall be to conduct sons on account ol their religious 01 the yellow le!;'s whistl" lie hi.d clMrai too much ders will be issued in accordance with the Alteted it inning the night, and innopinions. G. W. I.oxc, held at the Institute this year. long way most part is sheer carelessness and a that opinion not to open the eor iftciwnrd it was his lavorite II vAVia thn llt Is long, ami It's a roniump-t'rex(ai. to ' eurii" "(ulmonarr Chairman of Committee. Sec 15 In aldition to the ready several teachers have their repetition and continuance of the hap- on Sunday. part. " irn trtriai; lth ' uratn affliction " O The Convention then proceeded to Notably teichers. or persons preparing hibits about completed. Tho discomfiiiMiiv of the nval baa UiOi.oltilU.ir Itrumonljr IsrMUUATlOR. hazard way ot transacting business The Administration is itself solely to . may be admitted at the rate the nomination of candidates as fol- males in the neiirhliorhocd was as Tl 1: tut . E In e.i:irijynamcj. A corn are Miss Katie Coorabes, hacded down from one Board to among them er. responsible for the unique position it of not more than four from each lows: W. S. Proctor, of Short Creek li miu. A conmimpMrn li another. Manjrb-li- t :e it was uunilstakable. en, iM.vh us iirtiruVti, toothachr, turn, Profs. O. M. Shultz aud Richard FosWe are aware that the Trust- found itself in when the Chinese excounty upon the same conditions, re- Precinct, was nominated for Repre- E.icli 111 lur.i trwl tbo new song, but tl'utiu. J (i.u!, cijiiiti rr. rtm.ttc .etc The prize ter, of Hartford College. ee gets in fact no compensation for clusion act was declared constitutionCur i.i lr."i.iiaitlon. In any of Ilic ic, and lb ceive the same benefits, and have the sentative in the Lower House of the rot one stiec iilel. iIukuiu It ki'Di Uli tbo naming oflered by Mr. J B. Wilsou and oth- his time and l'uult' trouble, yet the law ex. al by the supreme Court. It had al- same pnviu-gsGeneral Assembly, and H. N. m said College as net rrir. 'yiol to' Inn! Trn t It (airly Giro It ers, viz.: a Webster's Unabridged ists and as long as it is on the statute lowed those who control the actions u rtiiw Tb t'or't r 'reioauraptlon A llcntitirpl Vtnintnln Siliii. prescribed in the preceding section. Adams, of West I.eitchfield Piecmct, r. tjanc." Try It. Head ia Dictionary, is worthy of the best ef- books it should be rigidly enforced. of nine-tentA ,irl who is known a "the white (otl i iiie of the Chinese in this These appointments shall be vested for Jailor. '.. T. PuoeTou.Cirm'n. "D"I rider" n frequently seen iiitheinotm-taiuo-iM... UC. .SiUIh. No. 3J X'orth Waihlngton forts ot the teachers of the county The records can be kept, for there country to know that it expected the in the J. H. Rici:, Secretary. County Superintendent. Said rvgioj.s of Noirh Cuiolinant St ,1'isKmt, N V, writes- "N'tarly all raj aside from the benefit derived by the are model Trustees who keep the bus- law to be unconstitutional, and that appointments shall rrlatliraU-uoi'i.sof Cunsvmptlon Inasun-Ucrvtbe made aud Mounted on ' (nld li'iiu s of iho uiirht. In. n't Mirn limit dlaraae Had tba ot the it was opposed to enforcing it anypupils from the preparation "There is a salve foreveryuound." a swift bore riie 'iMds the i iness of their Districts as accurately as . .I.aii I., iinnd Iho 'hrllc riuah ' I final-I- t to the Presilentof the College bepm thitUMi i( lir knowledge it is no at any time between OolJrn Itellef work and tbe general stimulus such any other business is kept. by wurniug from We way. With that the first day of We refer to DcWitt's Witch Hael ( Oi . IJ wonder that these people advised the July nud the thirty-firs- t Salve, cures burns, bruises, cuts, in- llu-i- of too approach of ivvenuo of- Uniin '.ly 'e on tl.no.irpe.plo could only exhibit will give the cuuse. an t.iK rem.'.v ;ih It, whit a sating day of Deknow of a District formed iu 1875 ul "j ' Vir.tcher Sboknowa dolent sores, as a local application in ficers. S1I10 1. said H l" very beau-t.fu- l o!l Chinese not to register, not that the cember of each vcar. "" l u( iiihi r - nr an In&dropdoara, Constitution. That little village on the Ohio, whose records are complete from that Chinese so largely followed their adthe nostrils it cures cat.inh. and almn'" np ot ii(? . ,- one o In mo hours, It oarer Sec. 16. The President of the Col-- I . illsapx.inu c ut name of time to date. The result of every vice. Had the Chinese registered, as or mineral known iu these parts by the lege shall, on or before the first day ways cures - piles. L. 11. ltean. tabletpoonful jlo. hjV a,id ru f n On Hon ccita Tl e l"rt . I Owensboro, has come to the front with Trustee Election, every incidental they probably all would have done, if of July ol each year, have printed .n. iit're l.a cot clTfn, Ycnuij; Dr Vrycrtitittingiuiicrowd-n- l money and other tax with tbe amouut each satisfied that the authorities intended rounded Tako bonie a botUt XoIIit. a boasted deed that would put to tnnru. Ilntir .livhni.ii, hwnnaiit, and mailed to each County Superin1 MAV TEK.M, 1S9J. paid, for what tbe proceeds to enforce the law, the Administrawho says in a loud oicu, "Oh, ilncter, shame tho wildest schemes of the actendent of Common Schools of this OHIO COfNTV COUUT. J s come hutiiu at onoo, thw in a p ti nt W' were expended, teacher employed for tion would not be in the present emeiahnnw complished iconoclast. When Green On petition of J. T. Casebier, R. T. waiting fur Jim." Then bo State, at least as nnny circulars as -; r innnd in short barrassing position ot being unable to Logsdou, the rapist, was delivered by each term, length otterm the there aro common school districts in Her. Win Hell, J. M. Williams, David to the ilu tor's Mil, "I hnt to the authoiities at u full and complete business history carry out the law, even if so disposed, said counties. Said circulars shall set Duncan, W. H.James, Mark Howard. front ilixir mi hu eim't git nwu)."- - lYi Sherifi Stevens gelulo Hlattcr. the District through tbe eighteen lor lack ot funds. There is only one forth in full the benefits and methods M. A. Milner. the village last Friday he was the of Jchn I Gilem. D. J. years. Trustees cau comply with the redeeming featmeabout the situation, of admission into, and the probable Duncan and others, legal voters and Ai'nlli r rijuterj '.hul. proud possessor of a coat ot hair that II 1'at.i iCa.nt.andTradeMirlisobtilnet.andi law and they should do it without first and that is, th.it nobody wants the cost to the beneficiaries of said Colrather (aftt-- r a long n.iuii)-W- ill, taxpayers ol Kockport, Ohio county, was his special delight, but scarce had uo tji hi. heio it is. I wonder why one alwiivs 'Oun Of o. k OppoaiTt irUmocmtc rtta. Chinese already in this country for- lege. The-- County Superintendent of Kentucky, (School nud compelling n resort to rice is 8. District No. 82.) it finds n tiling in tho he warmed a place behind the bars inviting Uuo Uiau (note ll.ue one l.v.uU ; ami e run rrurs patent Iu lets Ptcnt Ornct J cibly driven away; and nobody seems firnutsfrura ' Ua'hlneton. Injun ot tho village came harsh means. The Grand Jury at its to expect that Congress will nppio-priat- e Common Schools shall have at least is ordereil by the Court that a Graded for it? ' draw nc r rhoto., vrlthdtvnlp-- e before a Big sen '.tlcn. In BtivtM. !( natentabla or tint, frr nl? closed instituted some little He one ol said circulars postal in the Free School District be and is hereby Uritrltt Hoy I iruem it's Vanwi al'kr down upon him with a rusty pair ot term just charr:. Oirfcon ti. icilll mler.tlttmir..,!. the five or six million dollars school house of of each common shool folIs finds it they rto; j bnntiiii;. Good A PMPiutr, "1 low tu Obtain l'tenu,"ullbi established, bounded as follows "mTc inquiries into the matter and the Logs-doshears and his glory was gone. New s. Jco'Jt ot use In tl.e L.S.and lorcijacounuicii that would be necessary to send away district 111 their respective counties ginning Trustees had as well take this as their at the mouth ol Lewis' rstni lice. iuaic. should bring suit for damages. those who did not register. during the term of the free school Creek on Green Rie-r- , thence up warning that that body will in tbe or slirll, i, Mi.lllltil. The Much amusement has followed the Green River to the mouth ot Williams' Carbonato and phop'i it Ii.ac tier rTCNTorri:c, wsmington, 0. C. The Hon. W. N. Sweeney, of future look closely into the mutter. refusal of Mr. Cleveland to appoint a theieol. Approved May oth, 1S03. . m itud viriCreek, thence to include 11. D. Jack- pi'ty.iictl truni crab in attendance at We are tree to assert that the prcscut Georgia editor, backed by Owensboro, while Pon'l 'IU lie Our Uoril. n son to the Rail Road at a point half ons other ealcateoiis sub-i.iStatemenfut'tiie" Condition Circuit Court here this week, found system of School Trustees is unsatisfacCrisp, to a position because the aforeHut call your druggist to one side from tho anitu A kingdom, sih-'- i way between the corporate limits ol -- 01 time to drop into our sanctum and tory, but the best way to educate tbe said editor had once said in his paper and ask him privately which of all buiueilegg shelNnndoyste.'rliells-as tiii:- the town of Roekport and the East weio long employed iu medicine to Tbe people to the needs ot a better system that Mr. Cleveland was a mugwump. the remedies advertised to cure rheuspend a pleasant halt hour. line ofthe Vn land near Echols, remove acidity of th. ilit,i ,,.,' orJudge stauds in the front rank of is to strictly and rigidly enforce the "I will appoint no man toanyofiice," matism he would recommend. If he thence gans. Loudon Pit Hits to John T. Cnscbier's, includMr. Cleveland is reported to h.ne is posted, and conscientious, he will by the way is Inw as it now stands. Owensboro lawyers, and ing him and excluding the Ure larm, angrily said, "who ever accused me tell j on that Dr Drununond's Lightquite popular with our Ohio county Ilia Or.'. II..'. A I tilt nl Ittisl Jut,. A Kind Inilfullnii, of being a mugwump." No man is to ning Remedy is the only one that of- the Daugherty farm aud D. J. Will- Tho as a tramp nrnvted lmr. V, ISI.J. people as well. He is one of those cox, tlience to Lewis Cieek at the mvermoki: chronicle. be blamed for objecting to being call- fers a reward of f 500 for a case that for ch.o ii.g n watchdog all over tho men whose bounel is not disturbed bridge on the Hartford and the Rock-po- 'wek yard and kicking KhMRMiL'KS. Wc have heard nothing from the ed a mugwump, but it had been genhim into u cannot be cured. One bottle will cure bee. by thebuzziug ot any political road; thence down Lewis' pulp. Hill- Hon J. Edwin Kowc, yet our col- erally supposed that Mr. Cleveland $70,01 l'.M any ordinary case. With sensible The Judge aud ourselt are kiufolks, umns are open for any explanation of Creek to the begiuing. .'1,000.00 "Guilty or not Kiiiltyf"nsknl tho Ileal estate took sort of a pleasure in being class- people tins is me strongest recom. riitniliire and lixtuivj. . . . 1,000.00 be it said to our credit if not to his, his apparently uncalled for dismissal ed with It is further ordered that the Sher judge them. The amusement is mendation. Sold by druggists, or "I was only nulling tho growler, II11111U and Hank .Stock . . 1,JH1.B7 and although politically be is in a of the liquor cases. Mr. Kowc can be caused iff of Ohio County open a poll in by the knowledge sent to any address by Debtc in suit your honor." 7'UJ.fH said Graded I'ree School District on very bnd way, bis many other good a power of good if he will keep on that some of the very best Dm iiinond Medicine Co , aS-s"Sixty days." Detroit Tree Press. I 'ash 011 hand 11,117.78 MaidComequalities more than atone for that one the side where he belongs. Cash in other Hanks places at his disposal have been given en Lane, New York. Agents wanted. the 3d day of June, 1893 for the pur17,280.08. pose of taking the sense ofthe legal back to the right side Brother Kowc. by Mr. Cleveland to those who have little sin. Omit !:; tutlon. Dora Is that new waist you are hnv-- , white voters in said proposed giaded 8103.iW5.-1You will be welcome. openly charged him with mugwump-cry- , r."ttl!lic 111 'niM'iiliili, free school distrsct upon the proposi-tio- n iiij; mane a creation 01 yonr own. If the people of Hartford refuse to LIAIHLITIKS , Mi) 32, 189,5. Kustis, of I,a., for I.eii ciii'11'.i.i), Cora Yes. I am koIiij; to call it the 1 Here is more Catarrh in tins secwhether or not they will vote an new navy d 'sij ti. clean up before the Cholera season The house was callel to order by instance, who is now embassador Capital stock. .. . tion of the country than all other disopens they may be themselves clean'Dora What tor? Doni'idts to France. The real reason for the D. O' Riley, and upon motion, Hon. annual tax of fifty (50) cents on each 72,480.85 together, and until the Cora lict'imsu 1 e.pect it to bo so well Dividends unpaid ed up by tbe scourge later on. It is eases put failure of the Georgia editor to get '., T. Proctor was elected Chairman of ($100) dollars worth of property asnnni'd.-Clo- ak 1 .. inReview. last few years was supposed to be nlipr ,5.,1(h sessed in said district belonging to U0 the office he wanted is believed theConventionnudJ.H. Rice, time the town had a good spring clean j Diu'onutniid curable. For a great many years doc- to have been his I'Acbango.. 41:1.01 refusal to reA ln Dour). The Chair then appointed said white voters, and a poll tax ol ing trom center to circumierence; tors pronounced it a local disease, and lTndividcir 1'rofits 4,:ilG.7a: (51.50) one dollar and filty cents per "Docs Miiitou e.ppet to get nnything from parlor door to slop barrel, and prescribed local remedies, and by con- cognize and bow down to the great- a Committee on Resolutions as folcapita on each white male inhabitant when ho marries Sc kPi's dntiKhtetv" lows: II. W. Stoy, J. F. Dewees, J. J. fnm pig pen to livery stable. Clear stantly failing to cure with local ness of Hoke- Smith. $108,395.4! "Yes, a brr 'i'h of pt.inu'o hiiit ftotn years of age residing It was long ago predicted in this Ferry.G. W. Long and W. S. Proctor. over twenty-on- e '"-(away tho filth from tho alleys aud treatment, pronounced it incurable. " fnttr Ocoui. '. in said graded free school district for vuotlttri; A dividend of 81.00 per share is During the absence of the Committee other places it hasbeuu accumulating Science has proven catarrh to be a correspondence that Representative the purpose of erecting suitable buildHappy anJconunlk ahomoMitl: "'The Ko. now due nud payable 011 demand. tho hiding places of constitutional disease, and therefore, Springer would not be at the head of on Resolutions the Convention was ings to long and let nnd maintaining a good graded Chester; a lamp wp'i l!io lirhtof the mornlnc. the Ways and Means Committee otthe entertained by stirring speeches from O. K. COX, l'ltllSHIKNT. up Co ,NcwYoc. disease thus ho destroyed in time. requires constitutional treatment. next House, the Committee free school iu said district. It is CtaloKues.vrltcKoch'tl', 1 which W. A. Wallace and M. lleatty. .iimMTT.i:? The Tbe private and public welfare alike Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by will have the very doubtful honor of Committee then reported the following further ordered that said Sheriff shall authorities V. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is demand it the town ratifying aud reporting to the House resolutions, which were unanimously at same time and place of said elecshould require it and then enforce the the only constitutional cure on the the Tariff bill that the Admlnstration adopted anil ordered to be sent to the tion obove named opctirn poll for g 1 requirement. Cleanliness repels dis- market. It is taken internally in is now having prepared by such em- Grayson (ia.ette. Hartford Rr.i'Oii-LICA- the election of (6) six trustees for said ease, filth invites it. Take your choice. doses from io drops to a graded free school in said district inent Free Traders as David A. Wells, and Louisville Commercial: It acts directly on the aud that prediction was verified this A copy attest: 1. The Republicans of Grayson Ciiaiilus T. Ykkkes, a Chicago blood and mucous surfaces of the sys- week by the Kowan IIomirook, Clerk. announcecounty, in their first convention after millionaire, was once a broker in tem. They offer one hundred dollars ment that Mr. Cleveland had decided the party's National defeat in 1892, Uy I,. I I.ONKV, D. C. Philadelphia, was convicted of embez- for any case it fails to cure. Scud for upon Representative, W. I,. Wilson, with perfect faith iu the justness of The most intelligent people of our zlement and senteuced to the peniten- circulars and testimonials. Address, ot West Virginia, as Chairman ot that Republican policies and the grand F. J.CllHNl'.V & Co.,Toledo. O. community rccognuc in DcWitt's Ho was pardoned before his tiary. When the House has mission ol the party, Committee. our iKgrSold by Druggist, 75c. 30 mi been Republican the man who was sacred devotion and undying nllegi-mic- e Little Ivnrly Risers pills of uncqualcd sentence expired, dcseited his wife elected speaker has had the naming to the caidinal principles ol Re- merit for dyspepsia, headache and and went west. Some time ago ho ItriiniiiiuMd'M MkIiIiUiik. turned up iu Chicago with money and Kemedy done great work for II. J. of the Committee Chairmanship, but publicanism as expounded nud applied constipation. Very small, peifect iu I,. Ik Dean. 11,1 ly . LwH'-li?:ii Jias made oven the speculators ot tbo Lewis, of Anderson's Mills, S. C. He the Cleveland idea is that all author- by the immortal Lincoln, sustained nctiou. Windy City tremble by his reckless had sciatic rheumatism in the left leg ity is vested iu the President, and the by the illustrious Grant and his . .'. I ..li (1 iIT.ilill. in rank nud-filupheld by the speculations. He gave his wife, who and hip, nnd for six weeks was not Cleveland idea is just now very much reiv.o:i: untidiness and unpunc-tuulitgrand old man from Maine and that on top. had been true to him through all his able to sit up or walk a step; and sufhim vulgarities of habit which Mi pure nud patriotic stateman, Benjatho truly well bred never commit. So troubles, a fortune but married an- fered untold agonies when the pains Act IIHiillUK Io tilt- - AKrh'llltllr.ll min Iho Harrison. tho homblo liking which somo After mill .Mri'limilcil 1'olli'Ki' other woman with wltourhennw lives. darted up and down his leg. 2. The great American doctrine of people liavo for mJnuto descriptions Krnliirlt). It is said he is now building at New using Drutumond's Lightning Kemeof r.iknentB, inediuamentb, operaSec. 14. Each legislative district Protection to home and fireside, workYork one of the finest residence in dy for Rheumatism for two weeks, he iu the State shall, in consideration of shop and field is s interwoven with tions symptoms Told to a friend, wrote that he could walk and that the t;ie:oniintiti:o(ironll in tho way of America. pain was gone. If you sutler from the income accruing to the College the prosperity nnd magnificent progintimacy, and como right enough, net for the benefit of the ress of this nation that liberty-lovinunder "An but certain unrefined persons scatter The time has just about arrived at rheumatism nnd wish to be cured, ask Agriculral and Mcchiinichnl College honest, patriotic citi.-n- s should look theaedetailH bioadcast and nro oven your druggist for Drummoud's Light" the point where tho persistent loafing -- s:B - - J ol Kentucky," approved April 29th, with distrust and condemnation 011 less exelusivo than was tho Ancient "&Z,lt7::; various dead beats about town ning Remedy, and if he has not got 1880, be entitle I to select of Mari 11 or. and send any party whose principles or policies it. write to' the Drummond Medicine should bo broken up, Every day a It in a dctestnblo habit, but onu o Maiden Lane, New York. to said College each yearone properly threaten this iiuportnnt factor in our which grows on old peoplo when crowd of worthless negroes nud a few 'Co., prepared student free from all charges National greatness. wanted. onco thoy lot themselves begin it. Nos. 3I to 2.12 ICnst Mnrkct vStrect, Ilctween Urook.' and Floyd at still more worthless whites may he Agents Street, of tuition, matriculation fees, room 3. Reciprocity is the companion of Still, only tho nuturnlly unrefined ni rilT-r- r niiiwiiiiwjjfa tho street corners seen lounging about rent, fuel nud lights, nud to have all Protection; retaliation the necessary would ovor begin it at all, and only Ttlanr Persons to the disgust of all and the special ir timlcii 6o n I ura o erwork 01 houuliciit the priveleges nnd the advantages of accompaniment of Free Trade. The tho coarso minded could carry it to TH S CEXT $1,00 PER DAY HOTEL IN THE CITY Of) STATE. tho extent ' JJrown'a Iron Hitter discomfort of ladies who may be puss-pithe College and dormitotorles free, Republican party chooses the peace- V,itl,omo.-Lond- to which wo seo it carried rBIM.M,w.c,wtaOTJfOTOTmjl.,, KbulliU Ilia kvitciii.uliU (llifiitiuu. remove ex. ou Queen. I except The Misouri plan Is n good ttuitl li'li-- uiul 1'iiro mulm U. (Ic Iiisjifnntm) board. Said student shall be ful, business-likpolicy of Reciproci- - t. tit liiimiimihl'lrtwiiimrmi 111 yiin)JMimmWMU0umikmiiU'------- - v" - a aMM&bunieakx.MWM 11 Htoi-yubo- AAAj Hartford Republican worthless wretches bo tuken up and sold nnd put to work on tbe et reels or put whero they will not bo Hiich an eye sore to tbo community. Such a plan would at least prevent their peddling whisky us the niic. Let the WASHINGTON. g 0k I -- "" . n I ti-c- "5 g y l.iu. 1 1 1 !,' - r i.. llt-i- narrow-mindednes- s. no 1 ) Supei-intende- New-Yor- k con-tahi- de Ken-tuck- pro-priet- j nt-irel ! e. l rHfc& Post-offic- ap;-o;i.- I Post-offic- e fore-goim- r. 1 n 1 tea-Mi- au-otb- . s a: h s - l cer-tifi- el o moon-shiner-- d't,tiw r's gi'l.--Atlan- ta 11 l.li-rili- tax-pay- er " 1 . 1 1 , lt n le iC.A.SNQW&CO. hIii-Uk- m , pii-'ozi- er l'lc na-s- rt slt.t-i.ly- o .... Sec-letar- - Elti &w BSiti iH Sky semi-offici- 1 . 1 com-pee- rs e, C 1 y m " 1 1 jS-s- ,.'Sssisa5 JOHN SEAKCY, Proprietor, "S. 1 11 ii . e LoniSVi'l,!, IQ.tn.OlS.y.. I' f -- Xi V tr ViMSiii "" ''n,iTTnir,niivtriii--ifti-TilV- ' " nir" iln iTniln' iii'iiYauiii 'i BIG BARGAIN - AT - FAIR BROS. & CO.'S Popular Store. Every day is a Special Bargain Day. AVe do not sell our Large Stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Carpets, Trunks, Mattings, etc., to matcli 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 for Clothing, for three powerful reasons. First: We have the Largest and Loveliest Stock in town. Second: We 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 $i.ou. worm twice tne money. Men's Suits 4.00, worth $0.00. Blue Pants 50c. Plow Shoes 81.00. Good Prints 5c. Good Ginghams 8 :c. Fine White Cot-tona- de Goods 5c to 20c per yard. A Special Sale of Millinery Goods the balance of May. We Irjvc the largest and prettiest line in Ohio county, and they go at prices that make them move. Wo want your Produce, Wool, Eggs and Feathers. Remember the place, HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION, FA H8 HHOS. & CO., FKIDAY, MAY '2(5. Props. Hros. & Co. 1.S9U. Laces at PREMIUM! One uire Patent Mead Ciuit.tr jjivcu toauyoneltuyinjc $35 cxi worth ofgoods (except oiln iiuil paints) nt my Hou.se bitwetn tliib and January 1, 1S94. woitli t guoti.'i bought at one $1 Fresh Groceries at Tracy & Son's. II you want Furnittttc, see Carson vtCo. Ohio County Sorghum at Tracy & Son. Full Line of Ribbons at Fair Hros. time entitles purchaser to one ticket. Kehp'y, 25 tickets : guitar I.. H. Hisan. Hart foul. Ky. Pace is the barber. Miss S.ua Collins trims hats. &Co. If you need any hauling, call on I.. Field. Dotted Mulls and Swisses at Hros. & Co. lluy your Shoes at Schaptuire's. Stevens & Collins for Groccriet. We sell Shoes. Cahsik Visit Fair Hros. Co. during menccmeut. Hros. & Co. Coin- - it Co. Co. Finest Fans and Parasols at Fair Everybody invited to come nud see Tracy & Son. "Vc sell Ice. Causon& SHOES! SUOF.Silnt Schapmire's. Apples, Oranges and Hauannas at Straw Hats at Carson & Tracy & Sou. liny your Co.'sl liny your Shirts, Ties, Collars and CulTs, at Fair. Bros. & Co. ColCash lor Produce at Slcvcns.& lins. For tonsori.il work see Pace, barber. Hlg b.11 Fresh Fruits at Stevens & Collins'. the cents for Sam Jone's "Sermon to Men" at Williams, Hell & Co. 10 i. gains in Clothing at Carson C. &Co.s. Judge John quite sick. Townseud is still Ste- - When you come to town, call and see C. I,. Field's llitggics and Harness. Leave your orders with C. L Field when you want conveyance to Heaver Dam. The Brilliant Fresh Groceries arrive daily at vens & Collin's. - More new Swisses and Embroider-ic- s at Carson & Co.'s. next Thursday 35 cents. Oratorical Contest, night. Admission, h f .(i : v Rev. J. R. Crawford, Owensboro, You can get u lit in a suit of will preach at the Cumberland Church Clothes at Carton & Co.'s. Sunday at 11 o'clock. Ice (or sale at an time and any Press James, Louisville, has rented tf quantity, at Williams ihou. property at Sulphur Springs ,for the Miss Susie llowninn gave the O. summer. lie will move his family I,. C. Society a party Wednesday. down in June. Miller enMisses Mary and W. D. Luce is doing sonic much tertained the O. L. C's last Friday needed work in cleaning out the gut. night. ters on Market Street. By all means work go on. Mis. 15. C Gibson has been quite let the Sam Jones is to come to Hartford ill (or several days at her home on Walnut Street. for two lectures during the latter part of June, under the auspices o( the Special servives will be held at the Ilattford Lecture Club. Uaptist Sunday School next Sunday, L. F. Condict has a photograph of and a pleasant time is anticipated. a Florida orange tree that bore in one The Masonic Hurial Service to be year 15,000 oranges, which at this held at the Williams Graveyard, near year's prices would bring $125. Liberty Church, on next Sunday has Will Brown, Taylor Mines, had his been postponed indefinitely. leg amputated last Friday by Dr. K. Rev. R. A. Crowe will preach at B. Pendleton. The work was pronext Sunday at nounced faultless by those who witVictory School-hous- e I,et everybody turn nessed it. 1 1 o'clock a. in. out and hear this young divine. Rev. II. V. Royal came here two Sheriff Stevens and I.ce Stevens weeks ago and placed himself under took Green I.ogsdon to Owensboro treatment of Dr. J. K. Pendleton. He Friday and delivered him over to the has greatly improved and lcit Tuesauthorities. He was held for rape. day for his home. The Messrs. Stevens came home SatNo little interest was awakened on . urday. the streets yesterday by the appear There Attorney James A. Smith, who hap- ance of a band ol travelers. pened to such a painful accident, two were two covered wagons, several weeks ago, by which a bone of his hoises and colts, one man and several hand was broken, is improving. He women and children. They said they will be able to use his hand again were from Minnessota and were bound ' , without ipconvenience in a few weeks. for Kast Tennessee. Iti Many thanks for liberal Jiat Jollil Thirtldii, bt Owciisboro, Was rotingc during Circuit Court. Please here on busiucs this week, Mrs. 1). Boyd, Spring Lick, was call again when you come to HartThat "Tinshop'' has returned home? ford and have your horse cared for here shopping Monday. That the bicycle craze has struck Dr. A. T. Cherry returned from at Ca.sehier & Mutton's Stable. Huntington, West Va., Monday. He Hartford? llocker& Tabor, the new firm nt That Sam Jones will visit Hartford Kordsvillc, arc building an extension says that place will be his future next month? home. to their store house. It will be comThat Henry Orsborne went driving Clarence Harncd is visiting Asa pleted In about ten days and they last Sunday? will open a large stock. Kcad their Hariicd this week. Mrs. W. H. Claggctt, of Menno, That A. B. Crabtrec was at the party "ad." S. D., is visiting her brother, R. D. Wednesday night? Under the supervision of Albert Porter. That there was a party in town last Hial, the road near the Riley farm Mrs. Mcllissa Wilson returned Wednesday night? on the Heaver Dam road has been (rom Louisville last week. That Henry Carson has about got-to- n greatly improved, and has been put Miss Mary IHckey returned from out of trouble? in condition fit for travel. If every Louisville Tuesday. That a serenading club has been road in the county had such men as Eli Harned is in Louisville at this organized in Hartford? Mr. Uial to look after them, they writing. would be in better condition. That W. A. Stewart was all smiles A. L. Blaln left Monday for Louislast Friday night? ville. Mrs. D. M. Morton is preparing to That Fordsville is the place to open the SulphurSprlngs Hotel. June Romans were in Rosine Sunday. They play cinque and pitch dollars? the 1st. The new railroad is only report a pleasant time. Fli Harned has sold his livery stable That the name of the King of Slam about three miles from the Springs is Phibat Soudet Phia Youhua? nt the Narrows and a conveyance will to W. C. Arnold and J. II. Rogers. Ioti and Foil Rogers, on their way meet all trains. A large number of That the O. L. C's gave a nice envisitors nrc expected to attend this from Danville, I ml., stopped a few tertainment last Friday night? days with their brother, J. B. Rogers, popular resort during the summer. That A, D. Parks received a nice Mr. and Mrs. John L. White, who saucer of strawberries the other evenCommencement exercises open with have been visiting Mrs. Jim Dewees ing? musical entertainment un near here, left Sunday for their home der the management of Miss Margaret That J. R. McAfee has been travelin Jacksonville, Oregon. Nail. Monday night the Primary ing the Beaver Dam road quite often Lillian. and Intermediate Miss Coombcs and this week? Mr. Foster. Tuesday night, Annual PERSONAL That L. B. Mills was offended beAddress by Judge John D. Atchison, cause we said that he smcllcd like a Owensboro. Wednesday night, LitJ. W. Tabor, Rosine, called to see cologne bottle? erature Contest. Thursday night, us yesterday. That John Vaught said last SaturOratorical Contest most brilliant of Dr. Enos McCormack, Bcda. called day night the editor of this column Friday all. Admission, 35 cents. was a liar to his back? night Commencement nud Banquet. at our office Monday. That John 13. Wilson has agreed to J. T. Morgan, Newville, was a l'lioloKrapliH. furnish us ice cream the entire I will be at Cromwell on the 1st of pleasant caller Saturday. W. M. Tichenor, Point Pleasant, summer if we would not mention his June ready for business with all the name any more? accessories to obtain the best called to see us Tuesday. latest That a man in Hartford says Sam results. If you want Fine CabiW. II. Moore and wife went to & Jones is only preaching the doctrine net Photographs, call on me. Sulphur Springs Sunday. he has been preaching for nigh on Yours truly, W. G. Duncan, Louisville, was in to forty years? at A. D. Tayi.ok. the city the first of the week. That Commonwealths Attorney, .Vollre, W. I. Rowe, Esqr., Centertown, J. Edwin Rowe, is so proud of his All persons having claims against was a pleasant caller this week. knowledge of the gamblers vocabulary the Estate of William Stogner, deceasJohn J. Mcllenry went to Chicago that he uses it continually, even in ed are requested to present same Monday to attend the World's Fair. his practice before the Court? properly proven to the undersigned, Rev. Y. F. Barnett, Richland on orbefote August 15, 1S93. O. L. C. Entertainment. Springs, Texas, is visiting relatives S. R. Wedding, Administrator. J. One of the best entertainments near town. Hartford's people have had the pleasNotice. W. M. Awtry, of the firm of Awtry ure of attending was given last FriAny Church in Ohio county desiring & Mason, Horse Branch, called to see day night, May 19, in College Hall theOhio county Holiness Association us Monday. by the O. L. C. Literary Society. This to meet with her, will please commuMrs. J. C. Barnett, No Creek, and society is composed of a bevy of nicate with myself or Dr. II. F. Bean, Mrs. Mary Liles, Hcflin, called to see bright, ambitious young girls of Sulphur Springs, Ky. We desire to Hartford College, who are comparahave a Convention or Holiness Meet- us Wednesday. Miss Stella Thomas, who has spent tively new in the work, this being ing to embrace the fifth Sunday in several weeks in Louisville, is expecttheir first public entertainment. This R. D. Bknnktt. July. ed home little band, in its first effort to enterCourt ole. Isaac Foster, of the rising firm of tain, was greeted by a large and ap The Grand Jury adjourned Wednesday evening, having returned thirty-nin- e Foster & Brown, Centertown, made us preciative audience. They were led upon the rostrum promptly at eight a call Monday. indictments. G. W. Reid and daugther, Miss o'clock by their worthy young PresiCol. W. T. Tilford lor the cutting of W. M. Heatty, at Cromwell last Crist-ma- s Mamie, of Smallhouse, were in the dent, Miss Berta Morton, who, 'in a few beautiful words, indeed, gave city last Friday., was fined $jSo. each a hearty welcome. She was folR. T. Taylor, Beaver Dam, for vioIsaac Mendel, a former merchant of YOU WILL FIND THEIR PRICES lating the prohibition law, confessed Cromwell, now of Louisville, spent lowed by Miss Jessie Smith with a Subject: "If well prepared Essay. and was fined ftoo. Tuesday at Fordsville. We Would." Next was a Chorus by The suits against the Taylor Coal Messrs. A. J. Carman, Taylor the society, which was very much enCompany aggregating $30,000 damMines, and Simon Jones, McHenry, joyed. Miss Mabelle Kimbley then ages arc crcatiiigconsiderableintcrest. called to see us Wednesday. followed with a Comic Recitation, One of them is now on trial, Rev. D.J. K. Maddox, ol Rockport, which she delivered splendidly. Miss " Amos Carter indicted for violating spent Wednesday night in town the Lena Carson read a Biography of the paonibition law, got out by swear- guest of Dr. Elizabeth Barrett Browning, showing J. S. Coleman. ing that he sold some soap and gave forth the noble qualities of that grand Mrs. A. J. Arnold, Cromwell, is his customers the whisky. visiting her daughter, Sirs. G. C. woman. Misses Mabelle Kimbley and John Evans fined $20. Edna Griffin were next with an InWesterfield, on Walnut Street. Several whisky cases were dismissstrument Duett, which was well exeDr. and Mrs. J. S. Coleman, reed and others continued. cuted. "What Women are Doing," n turned Tuesday from the Southern W. II. Grifliii for violating the was the subject of an Oration by Miss Babtist Convention at Nashville. law was fined $168. 70. --TO SEE THE- Olive Carson, which was well delivCourt adjourns Misses Lizzie Allen, Martha and ered. Miss Edna Griffin followed with Maggie Thomas, Hawesville, are vis"Golden Thoughts," and gave all .Memorial Dnynt Wnlton'it Creek. iting the family of Rev. E. E. Pate. something of which to think. The following program has been arMrs. J. W. Baker and daughter, That charming little singer, Miss ranged for memorial day at Walton's Charlotte, of near Beaver Dam, are Corinne Cox, then rendered a beauti, Creek. May 30, 1893: the guests of Judge John P. Morton ful Solo to the delight of all present. 10 o'clock a. m., Welcome Address and family. A very beautiful and touching piece A. Lee Rowe. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Tompkins, of was next recited by Miss Florence o'clock a. 111. Addiess Dr. J. 10:30 Owensboro, are spending a few weeks White. Miss Juliet Thomas' Essay, K. Pendleton. a. m. The Post will with her mother, Mrs. D. M. Morton, "Half Done is Never Finished," con11:30 o'clock tained many practical thoughts. Miss form and march to the cemetery, Sulphur Springs. Fogle then furnished some where prayer will be offered by the C. M. Cole, who has worked in F. Annie Post Chaplain, Elder Jo. A. Bennett. W. Yeiser's blacksmith shop for the good music in the form of an InstruThe graves will then be decorated, past year, has returned to his home mental Solo, after which Miss Mamie of Ross, in a very entertaining manner, C. after which the meeting will adjourn at Sulphur Springs. gave a description of the Habits and one hour for dinner. I. P. Barnard, Louisville; Nicholas Customs of the Norwegians. p. ni. Address by 1:30 o'clock and John Barrass, H. Relssinger, Miss Mary Smith's satirical recitation Col. J. S. R. Wedding. Taylor Mines; John Smith, McHen- entitled, "Out of Sight," was to the He will savo you MONEY by Buying from HIM. Will 2:30 o'clock p. 111. Committee apry, were among those in attendance point and hugely enjoyed by all. Miss pointed to decorate graves in other sell you a Buggy, Harness, Lap Duster and Whip from $60.00 at Court this week. Jessie Smith then entertained the au localities submit their reports. with a very beautiful Vocal Mrs. Jennie Mcllenry and daugh- dience up to 75.00. The Davis Carriage Company has the reputaThe Centertown Cornet Band will ter, Miss Isabelle, left for Chicago Solo, which was received with much make music for the occasion. tion of building the best Buggy for the money of any Factory Monday, where they will attend the applause. Miss Annie Fogle, in a W. P. Rkndek, Chairman, very creditable manner, then gave a in Cincinnati. World's Fair, after which they will Committee on Arrangements. visit G. T. McHenry, of Denver, Col., history and description of"The Queen of Flowers." "Evils of Gossip" was the rest of the summer. SKl.KCT. well treated by Miss Susie Bowman, May 23. Fanners are about done Hon. W. N. Sweeney, Hon. L. P. after which Miss Lou Miller, in a corn. planting Little, of Owensboro; Judge R. R. Rev. A. J. Snodgrass filled his reg- Wedding, Beaver Dam; and P. H. charming manner, recited that sweet and merited ular appointment at New Zion Satur- Darby, of Louisville, were the visit- poem, "Sometime," much praise, which she fully reday and Sunday. ing Attorneys attending Circuit ceived. A Chorus, by the entire soMisses Laura James and Delia Court a part of the week. This was ciety, was well rendered. guests of Miss Mary Baize were the one of the most enjoyable features of Awtry Sunday. A Literary HciimHoii, "Uncle Tom's Cabin" has certainly the evening as was shown by the Joseph Wallace and family, of A Scientific Machine made on a Scientific Prinrelatives near here "broken loose"! The copyright on hearty applause they received. Fordsville, visited ciple. Save their cost a dozen times a year. It is The O. L. C Journal was read by this most famous of Amercan novels, last week. A child can operate it. not mussy or sloppy. the Editor, Miss Fannie Render. This Mrs. Nellie Oliver, MissEffie Baize, by Mrs. Stowe, has recently expired, Sells at sight. Send for prices and discounts. Mrs. Ellen Watson and S. V. Baize, which frees its publication from the bright, newsy little sheet contained Adieu much wholesome literature. monopoly of the high priced publishall have typhoid' fever. 29 Murray St. , NEW YORK. was then bidden to all in a few sweet Misses Delia and Nola Baize were ers, and though in anticipation of the guests of Miss Laura Royal Mon- this fact they have within a few words by Miss Corinne Cox. This Society is indeed on the road day. nion thts greatly reduced its price, now to success if they will continue in .the conProf. Birch Shields, of Cromwell, that it is really "unchained" the way in which they have so nobly attended church at New Zion Sunday. sequences are something surprising. Success to them is our sinMr. and Mrs. Tine Embiy visited John B. Alden, Publisher, of New started. issues several editions, selling cere wish, and we hope to hear from T. Shields Sunday. V. York, them only direct (not through agents them again. Willie Bradlev and Miss Lucy the guests of Miss Etniuer or book sellers;) one in good type, I it possible a Top Buggy with Sil w -plated Dash Rail, Seat Rill, Handles, Attention Old HolUler. ' paper covers, for five cents, sent postMiller Sunday. 41UU JJUUU4 M1U .SUtMl i, IJJ9, IUF BUUVC pflCC There will be a meeting at CromMl paid, or the same bound in cloth, for Success to the Rkpuiimcan. Saturday June the 3d, 1893, ten cents, with postage seven cents well, Ky., Hawk Evk. of organizing a Post extra also an excellent large type for the purpose. of the G. A. R. Those Who signed edition, on fine paper, handsomely CANKYV1M.E. application take notice and govMay 24. One week has passed bound in cloth for the price of twenty-fiv- e the ern yourselves accordingly. cents. Surely a copy of "Uncle without a letter from this place will C. & L., J. M. Rook ws. Tom's Cabin" will be found in every Yours, F. try and do better in the future. Jeff D. Green went to Leitchfield home where it is not already. Mr. FITS. All fits stopped ftee by Dr. page pamAlden sends a thirty-tw- o Wednesday. No W g W m describing many of his publica Kline's Great Nerye Restorer. X ,r id r Cal Tilford left for Spring Lick phlet tions free, or a catalogue of Tuesday. after first day's use. Marvelous fits pages of choice cures. Treatise and $2,00 trial bottle and twenty-eigh- t J. W. Lewis, of Big Clifty, was in books, a veritable ''literary gold free to Fit cases. Send to Dr. Kline, town a few days this week. Write for our New page Catalogue of; all kinds of Vehicles. Acmress i John Miles and Gus Rock were in mine" for book lovers, for two Phlla., Pa. For sale by SOUTHERN BUGGY town this week. John B. Alden, Publisher, 57 931 Arch St., , 36 ty CINCINNATI, OHIO, U. ,' nil druggists; call on yours. Jesse Hamed, Lee Rains and Arch Rose Street, New York. iMttiii your yTismwTTir DO YOU tfNOW ' rr mjM(iim&'"'"""""r r We have Opened up Stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Shoes and Notions at 622 E. MAIN ST., OWENSBOROjE And will close them out in the next 30 days at and below cost. t, COME ALL, COME EARLY And get a bargain. W. V.CROWE &BR0. Opposite J. A. Small Bro. .VISIT HOOKER & TABOR'S ONE PRICE CASH STORE AT FORDSVILLE, KY. AND TAKE THEM YOUK YOU HAVE FOR SALE. to-da- Wool & all Other Produce AS THE LOWEST! And their Goods the Best. HAS LOW They occupy the Gains House. pro-bitio- Come to Hartford ' SPRING OPENING OF far-aw- li. Field's car Buggies just from the Davis Carriage Company. ''' So come and judge for yourself AGENTS w'!wSSSS&sr townDEALERS " JACK FROST FREEZER. HAKES ICE CREAM IN 30 SECONDS $37.50 SOUTHERN QUEEN $37,50 re t cents-Addre- ss THE ... , 00. ' I . H fcl ff - tJi iMt 3&t "Wff--' J7!t tTv fWl ifwuiMPum "iwvityKmb" v" V affy " I E in.jyy ''""'"JMHIWSIWWWWMW ''iulWBiitjm'iiwr!TCryBmrawiiatKnTaw8gai.iJMU.uw"i Hartford Republican UOVYMAV 2d. INGLET0N. Re Introduce lilii C ISli-- I ; ,!! vls-n-v- k hitherto entirely unknown. "tsuiuo ono of his friends must have died," whiskered ono of tho clerks to his "I don't believo anything but Himjlctnn was chuckling to himself all the uioruliiK, which was rather siiiRtilnr, for Ulnjduton wuh h morose nort of a UU fellow bo!'.:!itt'i)jM at Barker, IeL'.s & Co.'h bunking establishment hml frequently nvcrred that Dlngleton whs u convincing exhibit in tlio chain of evidence, proving tlio evolution of limn from t!:o vegetable kingdom. Bingle-ton- 's original ancestor, thoy wcro certain, hail been nothing morn or less than u leuum, anil in tlio growth from lemou to Diagleton nothing but tlio form and MlMbilltlM had been changed. Thunour-nenil remained Suddenly, however, Miiglcton began to i;in out a now kind of ore. ns it were. Occ.iJumil chuckle had been noted for i'.;iml'::i. but such u scries of them as this morning had adduced was something fel-low r..i' lu tl. Ilett of Irrl.. (ha An I ken tellyou 'twas I've etarlrd for tl.it monstrous woodpile on the gallop moro'n one, an IM jest say over thin 1 could think f to it nt fust till I cooled down. "It's jest like this," concluded Mr. Lambkin humbly, "if folks liev geteTea tempers, I admire 'em, an they'd ought to count 'em m gift o' Uod an lio mighty to t He woodpile. h-'l- thankful. "An I b'liove in tryin to gitn purchase on your disp'sition, no matter how poor 'tis. But I will say," liereTlo looked half defiantly at his wife, "I will say that there's been times, even senco I was married, when that woodpilo lies saved naut. me a fit o' sickness!" Youth's Companion. Tholr IJvrt In Itivir Own Humid The finest examples of unpleasant record are, nccording to Supports on way of thinking, those given by tho king of Portugal when master of (ho Indian teas. Even Moorish ships dared not ht soil without his permission in writing, and ns tho Moon could never acquiro tho art of reading these "permits," for which handsoino payment of rourao had to 1h made, generally ran as follows: "Tho owner of this ship is a very wicked Moor. I desire that tho first I'ortugueso captain to whom this is shown may mako iv prize of her." Argo- &&'J feJL ah hit wr em ..''.. l.: . '. It Yaw next week's washing nc r :a hil "V '. o. iV 'TJ nufl I Vi .... .A iv slon and. will 8jrlllltolll. and Scott's Emul-of r.iisi iJoiwcj'.'!! Cod Liver Oil HyprphcFphi's o Lime and Soda build you up and put flesh on you give you a good appetite. Jtt. --2i. U' -- 5iL von p ii run down? . I -- IVJ V f7 M M V'JI mmmm. iv-i- .M fiuum II W M flu' 7 ll uc done with less n lie Wurkcil It. Thero's a certain business man iu Chicago who is as cranky as he win well be and is at tlio same timo very careless iu his business affairs. But he is very rich and has a big establishment, mid not uti employee likes him. About a yet1 ,o one of his clerks, getting $ 1,000 u year, approached him on the subject of nn increase of salary. Tho old man got hot in a minntc. "How much aro you getting now?" ho How If, Food's I'.tnuMou cuvm Coupr, Colds, Consumption, Scrofula and all Anaemic and Wasting XiUoascs. Prevents wasting in chiHrou. Almost ns iinliililiile as milk. ;ctnulr Prepared by Hcott A Ihe llowne, Chcmlts, how York. Sold by all Druggists. mrnwevfswsrrxtwerrNBiM-ivw- Ekwsioii WWflWMfBBWlVl colts ry sf Lflarmtfi & sweeter and u.tr.d. clothes will smell i t'tVM r H fook wliitcp, will be cleaner and will labor If The. loiflrr-r. will pwr-R.- fa..v! CLAIRETTB SOAP hu4 Is' b , it cleans l"t doc's not in ure. dniis tat poticihfn or the--. V. fnnd.. Ml Up r s u. r e. N.fC. FAIR PAN 2,'Cf? J)n Yo I M 1 what stars are for, mamma,' 'What aro they for, Henderson?' she asked he's named Henderson, after my wife's broth er George. His last name was Hendersonand so was mv wife's for that inut- tcr. But to come back to the thing he said. 'I know what tho stars are for, mamma,' said he. 'What aro they for, Henderson?' tho asked. "You see. wo always make it a point to inquiro into tho slightest little tiling in which tho boy takes an interest. That's only right, you know. If parents would bo more considcrato of their children's views, tho raco would be the bet' ter for it. My parents were always so with me, and I feel tho good effects of it every day 1 live. Tho other courso makes cynics of children and makes them appear to others to be out of symu pathy with tho world, fio when said, 'I know what stars are for, mamma,' Sirs. Bingleton very naturally Bald, 'What are they for, Henderson? Then ho blurted out with, 'Street lamps for birds.' Wusn't that bright? By jovc, I'vobeeu laughing more than a week over that." Hero Bingleton gazed sternly over the top of his srpctacles at tho Eccond clerk, whose mirth did not seem to be altogether adequate to the situation. "You don't appear to see the point of that remark, Jlr. TotnpkiiiB," he said. laugtied "Oh indeed I do. Tompkins. "Why, of course. 1 don't show my mirth quite so effusively as other people do, that's all. Besides, 1 think tho humor of the boy's remark U not of tho side splitting sort. It gives riso to an intellectual guffaw down iu one's ah in one's insides. It is th eaiue kind of laughter one indulges in over borne subtle bit of humor which er which one would rather expect to find inuvolumoof essays than in a coinio paper." "Ho must bo a very bright boy," said tho first clerk. "Oh, that isn't nnything to some of tho things Henderson says," said Diugleton. "Ho told mo the other night that grass was green becauso it wasn't red, white anil blue. And when ho was up in the country last summer ho told a farmer that ho oughtn't to let tho sheep lick their chops for fear of swallowing tho paint. You see. Heuder&on's toy sheep have painted mouths, and of Hen-derhot" inlsfnrtituu could make Diugleton smilo, and chuckles like that must indicate boino ditu liappening in his circle if he has u circle." "I don't believo ho has u circle," said nnnther clerk. "If ho has, ho's probably ut tlio very central point, so that no part of tlio circlu shall bo nearer to him than ho can possibly help." "I think it's important enough to ask alwut,'' observed the first clerk. "He planation. , may bo going mad." "Do as I toll you." said tho old man. Bo Diugleton was requested to explain "I'll teach the young upstart to come in why ho chuckled. Contrary to their ex- hero dictating to me how much money pectations, ho received their inquiries to pay my jieople.'' pleasantly and explained. Dy this time the manager had compre- "I'm laughing at somo things my boy bended the situation, and he forthwith has been saying recently," ho replied. put Jones on thu $1,800 list, and six "You haven't u boy, have you?" queried mouths later, when the old man found tho clerk. worked, called Jones how ho had "How could ho say things to make me iu nud told been he would ho him restore him to laugh if I hadn't?'' asked Diugleton, with tho if.'.OOO list, and Jones was shrewd a frown. iu tho old enough to tako "Of courso ho couldn't," said the clerk man's eyo iu goodthe twinklesay nothing. faith and meekly, "but you nover told us that you -Detroit Freo Press. had a boy, you know, Dlngleton, and so if tho sudden realization that you have An Anclvnt Superstition Verified. knocks us Billy, you oughtn't to be angry Wngg Then yon don't think that it is with us." bad luck to walk under a ladder? "That's all right," Bingleton replied. Qreyneck Why, of course not. Such boy knocks you silly, "I don't wonder the a supposition is absolutely absurd. becauso alongside of him all other boys Wagg Well, absurd or not, 1 know dwindlo into half witted creatures. The it's true. I'vo hud it proved. point about my boy is that although Qreyneck What proof. I'd like to ho Is not quite 5 years old, ho says such know? awfully bright things. For instance, Wagg Well. I walked under a ladder tho other night when his mother was yesterday, and a great lump of mortar singing him to sleep, ho said, 'I know landed on my now tile. Boston Courier. asked. Tho clerk was nhtnt to tell him when a happy thought struck him. "Two thousand a year." ho replied firmly. "Utn- urn," ho said. "You nro it good clerk, and I'll see what can be dono for you." Then he dismissed the clerk and called in tho manager. "Mako Jones' salary $1,800 a year." he said. The manager was about to offer an ex- W2X: IybSbSF'' iW WnlJ K ('VyiT'vtf''lOptutnUaMt.i ? LOUIS. LlW ur.vr mBisJlLM.iiicii.i.r.v.f n AUitrta, Ua. Olllco Wli WUlcSuiUtU - EI5"S7S7'S3Ka.Si"tocn3l? I.OI'I.SVII.I.C.ST. I.OIHS I Tlio Wife Thero is a prescription that the doctor left for you today when he called and found you out. The Husband How did hoknowwlut to give nie? Thu Wife Ho wild that from my appearance and symptoms ho knew you were buffering from chronlo dyiqu-psia- . IlFttlwriite Mmiiirea. At length a realization of tho truth forced itcelf upon her unwilling iiiind. Her husband h love for her was w.tn- ' Lniiilh, BCIIKIlULK Si, L::i; & Il.lt uw iilnj, No. .VI, m TlZMKIPiTT .TESSsji :':r i a IN hKFKCT NOV. .N'l.ftl, lioi. WKTllOt'M. Lr. I.nuli.ll!lc Wcl I'nlnt Ilrumlriilnirtf lninnt'Hi . ,. . liiil. 7.11 . iNllt. in. w. W. L. DOUGLAS & OEJlTsC ..WILL. RIP. yoa ono ycurncll to Kat tbu bCDt noluo lor our money. Soonamlzslnyourtoo'.Meartiy putohasiugVV. L. DouglnsShoos.wnich represent tbo best vsluu at tbo prlcos above, as thoucands can tetlty. No Sut.Klltute.U' Itboat nrwnrr of ana fraud. Nnue nmulne bouou. W. I. I)ouitla uama Ixwk rlce itainpvil ou font when you bujr. W. .. llouglat, llroctttoD, RtaK, Mil It J3-Tn- kn (1ot'rpiri llnwc-illl- i' They had been married six mouths now, and in the rush of u llu du idcclo generation it was not to lie exacted that an nftcetiuii would longer endure without n new stimulus. With n woman's tact sho cried herself t. sick four times and hit upon an exie-ilii'ii- .rnlHirl i iM, BeetCalt Bhoo In tho world for thnprloo. W. L. DoUrjInsitiooaoioooUeieiywUoto. BverybcUy bLould wear ttcm. It If a duty 1".'.'Ih. Iii. Ill.ll II. III. .. Mill ii. in. .. MtMii.in. U' Hi p. in. . . ..VI Ml n.m. I'.llB. III. H. 111. tiii. in, !"7 . Wl l. m. in. '. in. I'".'l I', in. I'ltil p. in. I'M" f. In. "117 m.II . .Ill w;; J5Saa$,& Oj)io-it- o M toxV.v m 'ivjei .' . 1 Mill l."l . 111. Ar Hf'niJtrxon . IsWp ni. Nn. ft!. 7 l'..V, lijiin. 1: cm. in, KTIW)fNI. I i. No.M, iNi'jr "3&T 1QDS2?lB..n nJsiL,E" - Lv. Itonilfri-n- MmtUtllli' Ktlilrnre. I I ' "I have it," sho insisted to herself and beamed radiantly. At three minutes before 7 o'clock upon thu following morning sho awakened from a troubled sleep. Sho listened. Her husband still slumbered. Shu i rent front the couch, braced her self for tho mighty effort and sprung forward with u ild cry. It vi us done. The man whom hlio adored was shut iu tho folding bed. She stood with clasped hands and sufficed eves. "Will you" It was with difficulty that the con-t- i oiled her voice. "always lovo me?" Tho bed tumbled. "Let mo" '1 ho words hounded far nway. "out." For thu vindication of woman bo it n.id sho was firm. "Will you ulwavs lovo me?" "Yes." "Do yuu swear?" "I swear." Ho suited tlio action to the word, nud after his release, moreover, ho was a bit reserved, but the riuo had been crowned with success. Detroit Tiibune. I l)Mi,.iro Cl'ii'rxiii Mpphm-- i - 7n: . . TaIiUk, KuMIIC, K. I.iiri Iliiiill. Irtliitflun llriuiili'hl.iirii IW-t ""ii. in. ftii. m I'"1! 11.11 h. iii. ,,7 ii. in. l.', iii. . lip. in, in. . t'itv Scult". n i !" Ill, ! Wt'iln uork ii'tiiiii-1 It. DUIVKi:, .Mnnnpor. I'lii'iip iii niitlii ily, iiiinliiv ciiii'iilori'il. l!cmiriii(,' anil i . 1) 'Al in. '.mil. in mil '.iv mi a lU'CtillCs KHO.M s:i5 IM. l"i. j'i . in. III. I' 7 I..l'.l: In. . !' In. WHEN YOJ Gj TO 0WENSB0R0 n. im. CALL ON C.Theo.Cain, 1'iihii Ar. LiiiiIkiIII.. M:h. in. t III' p. n,. ens j,. I,,, i. i. r hi Tnln III-- Ir.iuiou .ui,.i.j , llnr No. M nml Nn. Ri iiviMh nmn, i i. . ,.ji. ,.,tmi iii, it ,i ,t i i Ht lamiiil, . i, i', ,,., ,, l',,i niril..-- r I'li.'rniM'i.-i- . K,l lrr. . r II. I', .Mllltlll'i:. I., i ' - ' , i, r. A.J.8LAT0N, V.TSKrf 'JiT. .0., ,i ,f ., f Pliysicinn & Surgoon. ronnrrl) of .Milly.m.l. nou f iM. i'!cr h' trtti iiHiil rn itrnyon tnJ n lintnin rrmun.In t itiir ir, ltii-- i inurf i f. For the finest and MnH Arliftic Work, any sue or rtyle. Ffctlrrica Si. I'tween Sr'd and 4th. (!;i"7 o r CjimmtMTial UoWl. park ;i:-:- . Old 103V & jteitlor, Fhotrashcr. Styls OKXTHAL CITY, KY. R. Ila." R. PAXOH. PR3PR170R. jtift liecii icpaircil ami newly Ii . I.ocateil (irfiit-elaxiluneli '"Clffl rt.5? i'i ' She Thero goes George. He said he was going to propofee to her nt 8 o'clock, sharp. Do you think sho accepted him? Arthur I guess not. 1 called thereat five minutes past 8, and he had gone. Why lie Weill. Here, you Hoiuekeeper promised me if I'd givoyou a warm mcai you'd help mo with my garden. Tramj) Yes. mum, and you did well by me. mum. and I'm much obliged. "But you nro going without digging Suburban Subject Tor Thought. Tho young man wanted a position in a concern not known for the large salaries it paid, and ho was n calculating young perton with u wife. "Wo can give you 30 a month," said the manager. "Fifty a month, did you Fay?" ho questioned, taken aback. The Leading 1: fnrni-liei- l. vno lv.i i:i lu, Good mealti it a trial. to Depot. (Jive t'-'ri An.. Tfl h nrrrjruts-- r.i Hi'K '' &$:" ' - y. .. ttsx' ;& V 7?rTa ! 'iTrvjTiriMKBsrmmvimmnrtmm. ''M,""t ! U .Un IP T 1 I" 7 V'A.'VV. .H' Cw?T3 Pictures Conieil anil Knhi rged A aPKCIALTY. Main Street. hhO .r'C i a 37?ni it n .. II IWUiOHO, KY - "Yes." The young man was silent until the manager bec.uno nervous. "Well," ho said, "what do you say?" "I've got to have time to answer." "What's that for?" "Well, I'vo got to btudy up some plan cr other to mako enough money to enable mo to accept that amount of sal nry," and he went away to think about it. Detroit Freo Press. A riijilulnglrul Study. Mrs. Sliuidiet I do have Mich n timo Setting my boarders up in tho morning. I've tried bell ringing, gong banging, or i in- i.tir:n llVltir .'ilri'ilnl lloiiifln Tciilii trvit vvi: the garden." "Yes. ilium. I'm u landscape gardener, mum. and I'm going olf to hunt up a lautlscaiK.'." New York Weekly. Trill) u hail Kmllng. Emetine Have you heard how Jennie's marriage turned out? Agnes No. Hu was a foreign noble- Ii) iiiliuliiNlcrliiK llr. 1 ii I 4 ...1.1 fit .Spi'clllc. It fan I ifhin iiiui;l"ullirr nriiiofcotfie r Uir irli I, or mliHil, uiilhint tin- kimli'il patlint. It - al "in'. !v liirinif , mul iltalt'ct iin.l ih , t ur. ulidher itm Timm-ni i 1 -t n"' tor YZn?m ViwA"AIUii 'i. 7f60iic5i t,? mmism:'.ji WSffiS5 pjrar,o xamsmm 7t i i vi zr rfvw ''k- - ,i Your Fnvoriti ironic Xrwspappr AN I J V..o rt II I v jrK TJU n, J ' r,HiV jT . - ipiiI It In r man, wasn't he? "He pretended to be, but ho wasn't." "And so bhe was deceived, poor girl?" "Yes, horribly deceived. He proved to be nothing but a rich American." Texas Siftings. Mriiug Minded. Cumso Bloobumporhas the strongest Inind of any man I know. Fangli What has ho done? Cumso I saw him deliberately sharp-i- n a lead pencil on the lettered end. Brooklyn Life. A li, lik KN.M'ni'll'll.' lUTtl. nhlii c-- nirtilori'mh ilriiik- ri'rHii uleuliulii'Lrwk. an. I In ev. Kiwii ma Ih.'ii-iti- 'l 'rl- - t riiri It i Iii loiluwiil ill- -. rii a.v.im in... nii,r. trnitt.1 ritli thi Htillll, r lllipo-i'llU- lt It U'Oui lor llio jchhiiiIihM. IS iiitora(ii tit, i'i Xft. Cur. i.' tirli,Mil irlr.'t. A't lr. -- tro l.i if.li. -a ia' lni in., WPK TL " ufc tN . UirtM 1V.V . j' : The Lcp.(!ir.u Ro(itb!icen Family Paper of the United States, For only $j. ?.;, Cash in .'htraiicc. nir in- nin'wi'.iiN LOUSVILLE nntl WITH MEMPHIS. HIE REPUBLICAN Oive nil of 'I'own, Cinintv ami State, anil as much National :i any other papet of if rln. Vour lioiiu woiilil Ik; ini'omiiletcs with out it. c I'll KlItAril.Sinit 4 - PULLMAN BUFFET Sleeping Cars', vpwh door knocking and everything. Boarder That shows that tlio beiiso of hearing is not easily aroused iu bleeping persons. "I should bay it wasn't." "No, thcru's no doubt on that Mibject. Try awakening tho bcnso of hmell." "Smell? But how?" "I think tho odor of a broiling porterhouse steak might bo effective." Now York Weekly. Ynu'iu All Noticed It. Naborly Mr. Nextlot. did you ever keep chickens? Nextlot No, indeed! Naborly No? Well, I hope you don't object to my keeping them? Nextlot Not in tho least toyour keeping them. The trouble with most people, however, is thut when they attempt to keep chickens, they don't keep them, but let them run all over their neighbors' lots. Boston Courier. Tliie Went her. Nervous Lady Passenger (to deckhand) Have you ever seen uny worse went her than this, Mr. Sailor? Deckhand Take a word f lorn an old salt, mum. The woiitliir's never very bad whilo thero's any fceinales on deck henqulries about it. Pick Mo Up. I'ltOM AND TO e-.-- V'lt'iufii'iU) trfiiteU I., ,iu am t nf wiiilit-irli- lp rKiMilt)ii. lliatni-inul.'ititl an.l (Mntl i inline, nit. r all "Uiiii, ntlKUiUMi, 'i j. ir. itlii-rtr- t 'tiiicnli-Imi.i.i, I, ll" llu- - ilitllniliy iInitAi'lifl nii.1 ilit ruiiiii,,liill ixi uncd Ini'in iili,Hitn ulil im m nml lolaiionlil nl . iipl in uii'il itms cini-- li'iui pionii'u it 1(1 ly IIIC. A. l'4i'IAl.M:. T.iraini WiihIi. JOE3i.2?,lSr2H3S3, aiii r., i,oi'iivii,i.i:,nt:ni.'ii,vi':(.siti'K iiato.v no(ii;.Hiifi ,m:w oni.i;,.r, till .lllllills. The Quick and Dcsirahlo Route TO AND JO.M ilMew i York Weekly To'ibune, course" "But I don't beo how sheep could lick their own chops," said Mr. Tompkins. "Tho chops come from the sheepV ribs, nud they're inside, not outside." brains." Diu"If you had gleton jetoni'il. "you'd know that tlio chops I ii'fi'iivd to tho hhi'cp's licking were not lamb or mutton chops, but chops iu t'.iw slang rel'eriing to the jawi'." "Do j mi let ymir boy me slang?" queried the clerk. "I do not, sir. but when u lad under S is capable of mix iug things like that tho Mlh.sttuiLU ot it in :u pleasing that 1 cau overlook tlio form ot it. Furthermore, you gentlemen nro neglecting your work. If you do not waste less of your employdeem it my duty to ers' time. to tlii'iu about it." "What was the ir.o of irritating the old man, Duul.'ir?" queiied Tompkins. "1 wanted to otavu him off. If we'd let him go on, ho'd havu put us to sleep with the dazzling wit of Bingleton, Jr.," 1 biK-n- Itiiliitlto Mutter. 3 Sow Yirk PIiIIhi'MiiIiIh Hiillltmir WafhiliKtiili .Nurlolk Olil I'nltit lEIdiiiiiiml llilll'iln CImv.iIiihI Tiiloilu (Jhiu.K" )ti'lliiiiiiuli Clncliimiti l.niiinvllli! V 1&- - JlJ San JDr.KLINEaaKI.AT NrnurFlriiTnDrn lAra.'IlRAlf.VpKVK UlSFA.kS. Oil mn Igg Holm rA N"" iW STOPPED FREE i Enstorn and Northonstorn Points mid Inline Fenom Reitcrfd dir.n.l. ' Xi if.YiHt. i JL T7Tk'f 1 I4"'1y'""!' s; 1. 1' IliT.lct- uni,-iuu-. llNrALLIBLIt if liken i'"11" iiiIimfiti, fAuos. Cashior n. Kl.lSl.,,ht, kM.l.lAi. eih.iKit vpjxirAn.vG J v. II. .Mftupliiii llni.ni Itiiii: Now Orleaim Mnlil l.iltlo Itoclc Mot Hprlnirs nml pclntK In MVt Ti'iiw-ur- n 'IVxni Arkmiinin .Mii"iiiii LouUIhiih mhI tl'u mitli nml SOUTH U'KST. I'atinly Paper, and 'iviw nil the general newiiof tbe U. S. anil the woild. It give the eventi' o! foreign lands in n mitflioll. It liaa separate iinpnrtmenlH fin The Pnmilv '"irel... and our Young Folks. Its I lome and Society eolnnix coiiiiiiaoil the admiration of wives and daughters. Its general political news, odimnils ami ilicn 'inux are comprehensive, It- - AgriiMilinriil biilliant mid e.vhauntive. department has un superior in tlio country. Its Market KeporN ate ricogni.ed authority in all purtHof the Ian J. A Speeiil Contract enables u to oiler this (.pleiidid Journal nml Thd I'epubliean lor n .National N. Y. Tribtuie, tegular price per year Hartford I'ejiulilicaii " " ' "" Total For 03D.I37" oneiiar JI.QS; per year. 81.00 1.25 82.25. any timo. lUhvAttn, Trout, llnvn, Of tho Condition of tbe The lire is tlinriiiii?lil,v eqiuiipml nml in cnii(llti(in, hik! iirnvlilc nn oxcul f lent HrriiiiKi'tni'iit in tlnin niul tlirmiI. A KKATUltK if tlio time nntl convi'iiii'iiro H'Ciirt'il by the l.imltfd KxpriKu Trnltis, llrst-''ln- 'Wofiiriiisli both Papers one year for S1.25, Subscription may Address all orders to a.' Beaver Dam DEPOSIT Docombor31,1892. JIIWOUHCK Notes and Hills Heal Kstnto 602,723.-1- Inly a moiit'ii nnm lifttfii Hml Mmnplilft, LiiiiUvIIId bein at It's your ante. Pete, ss Sam's Better Half (suddenly nppearing) No, 'tnin't. but hit's his wife, un ef lio don' como homo smart quick, hit'Il bo Hiimplti else! Truth. Whrru 11 Hurl. Ill passing thu ruins of a building that had burned r. few days previously, writes n contributor', my attention was attracted by u littlo boy who stood on Iho wreck of n printing prebs and howled vociferously. Fearing that ho was caught iu tho machinery and that a serious accident had befallen him, I hastened to thu spot and usked iu uu anxious touo; "Aie you caught? Does it hurt your" No answer cuino but a howl. "Where does it hnrt?" I inquired. "Nowhere, mum, only Tommy Knapp said I couldn't climb ns high us ho could, and I can't." Youth's Companion. j said Bunker. "You did right." h.tid Tompkins. And tllcuco leigiiLiI unco more. Hrrper's Dazar. When Diniuiidi. "Madam, do you believo iu manual I'.xl-ji'ii- Iiiiiuntciiii'iit. New Teacher I'm u littlo stern, but 1 guess you have noticed in your son biuce I took thu school. Appreciative Ma Laws. yes. Ho's twico as caief ill about wearing out the lent of hisp'Uitsusho was aforoyon come. Clothiers and Haberdasher' Weekly. (I re.U At tho Closo of J3usinoB3 I 9 i' nil thu l'-- l mid Jorvlco lictHfi'ii Mm two eithmivir ulleroil. n nml nil iii'lrclmli'riiin. Tlckt I h, to .1. tlon HHCiirul ly itiifl.rt pllni! Aitfiilut llcatrr lliiin.iir Gen'l It.'llrliemir f.'v, HAirrrOKl) KKPUKLTCAN, Hartford, W3Bmwiu.lLyMir.T-;r-CTT.rnir.r-ti:- T.B.Lynch. F:::, A?t..LcuisTillt, Kentucky. r 'MM.&Mrmz9m .1,111.1 nipsaR!.iE5"Q:!Hal2..E3asg r. , H.OOO.IIO j rurnittiro and Fixtures.. Cue i l.COO.OO r ii w,iA ,.; . on Ilium an'd in other V'.Yraai Ulk-I lJ .'. w.MMW II training?-- ' 'Yh. alwtijj use my baud when I can't find a hlip'wr at once." Exchuugt. I Nlrune. "I think Mr. Richmuch has very weak 'Now I hhell reo'mineitd to Ike wliat my father rco'mmeuded to mo when I punch served at his parties," remarked was a yeurliu boy like him. He's built young Bwellgo to his friend Dushoff," "I don't agreo with you," answered his cousld'ublo like mo, an I see lie's got friend, "I got the strongest punch at his wheru lio needs it. "1 was a high tempered lwy, un my liouso I over had iu my llfo." "On whut occasion?" father used t' tell ine when I was riled "When I asked him for tho hand of his up to git out to the woodshed tin ketch ;dl::iu un talk daughter." Delvoil Fm Press. thu li.itciiL't r..i uti Wlmle llu lll'lllb "Don't yon consider it'n n tordblo thing for folk.i to give way to theiir ugly ftel-iii'nud tall; mad?" inquired mild Ultle Mrs. Lambkin of her huidiand after blight display of temper front their ton Jku. "Well, I duiino," said Mr. Lambkin, meditatively htiokiug his lieard. "It appears to mo it's jest ns well now an agin to let out a mite cf ho lie ye can do it without liurtin anythiu or anybody as 'tis to keep it all buttoned up un go round lookiu glummer an glummer. "Of course," Mr. Lambkin added hastily, "I ain't couutcnuueiu perfanity in any form. To my mind thero ain't any excuse, for that, though I've folkl respects thai that was fust rato iu lied n fearful time sheto'thtit habit. What I mean is kind o' scoldiu to have his claims to distinction all unknown, but however trying tho situation, ho bad best bo cautious about at-- 1 'inptlug to set it right. A Scottifh learned this by experience. Hu had a dispute with n Loudon cabfare, Hu Imd ofman over an fered a shilling only, and the cabman had remonstrated with him. Drawing himself up with dignity, ho -- a cuiiiui'iK'v ti iii in. It must bu trying to it great perhonago Banks 20,1)31.22 S3,2.--1.71 LTABILITIKS. Capita Stock Reserve. 825,000.00 1,21)3,14 5,2.r)0.0() Smplii8 Fiuul Duo otlier Hanks I02.03 01,:SOiS.iM Ueioits r- yTrni avmwcMs -ffmi srA' i j j wjm vvrxximrf 7- tf($$ n.uma-- , w a ... 7S wi Ttvhfrvvir fit S jv"-- .", At - f , j r buid: "Eh, moil, but I think yo dinna ken whom ye'ro speaking tol I'm the Macintosh!" Tho cockney was not properly Hu retorted bharply: "I don't euro if you'ro tho Hunibrella. 1 mean to have that sixpence!'' Youth's Companion. Cl 85)3,251.71 Snli.crilieil nml sworn to licfurc mo ihU Janiiury 3d, 181)3. Siin.nv Tavlou, I). C. 0. m.ii - A i .3..mae& WAPM f. i : wi ot'r -t tn rail tint ly Clillllnu' AH'iillnii. I to-i- .Sliu tlon't belluvo yon lovo 1110 talk. Tiim viore. He Why? Sho You don't say so Intl nlioiit ul. times iliuln a cull now. ChleiiHo ltec-nrSiiuirllilllif That AVnuld Stliltii Mini. Ho'h a ilaiuly, Isn't he?" 'You betl Takes the uliino olf In siiliniittiiij,' tliM wo lictj toHtate that our InisineH Iiiih steadily grown eaeh mouth niucu our opeiiiiij:, ami by Iho mot e.irej'iil.wntehruliiess ami u strict olHorvanco oft lie principleii of tlio moFt eimeivativo Hanking, wo any hope not only to extend our nc(iiiiiut-mic- e, but to ji'ovo ourselves worthy tlio fonliileueo that in being m liberally repoeed in tia. M A. . - . J. XJ&ZiL " ml.. jf ?:.!: a:u Sjx&JisL & y jfWUi J r , '"I "SSTcd-o- l We "WSJIJL 1 M every-tlilitK- ." ,ii.i in) ilirtonnl utit." 'He loes? I bIiohM like him to tneklo New York Press. Wo aro bnro to accommodate the people,' each and every businew, coiutejiy fliall hu oxfended to them, but iu no ea-shall safety bo Nieri-flc- ed for iriciidfliip or to obtain Jntix If.lUitNiN, Ca'hici. n aro manufaciuror3 orBiiggies, Carts fivrrles anil Carriage?, and deal directly with tlio consamor, thus savlnn him the per rent, rsualiy paid to middle men. Our prices are reasRespectfully, onable and we fjuarantoo sr.t'sfaciion. . Ihm-inei- !, F. A. AMES Owf.ni boro, l(y. CO. I ; A I'm J