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OME DOLLAR tntlly earm-- by nnv tine itt tltlnr rex In nnjr y part of the country, wImi l wlllliii; tumuL at tin- - oniplnuiiiut nlilih we furnUti. llio labor Is light nnd plf Mrunr, uml j on run no mil m fthatrvrr. llk c.in gho the Weill mil trial r'Untilete,i'Xpitint limine., n Toil nlllinut ! jourscir. I'lirllioMj Hlllli'r loilo ii lltiK- - nurk, u run work tlil t tho granite! oifiT iiuiili, all iUv,ur In tlioivinliig null. It Jim arc nil, il)ril, uii.I hsien few fjmri' I lionn lit )oup ills. jio.nl, ntllliP llirm, uml Ml. to innr Ineouio, nur hu.liie.. will nut ln,"iu it nil, Yuu vtlll lie iiiii ttdl mi the tirt nl Ho i n lltv nml m I, ' hv Mlilcli juu anno ilull ir ir, ilny Innui ilijrouL. Lvm liiglimei. mi' in i liil from Ilia MrAt hour Anv mie r.ui run tin- - lmlu s - none fnll. Vntt liotitil try unHi'iig ilt nnill )tn nt for yourself Hint )im run tin lit tin- Women arc width HntiuVr. .No catilliil rrUnl grand workers; lion jcilayj I lt miikp n much i fiiori. riiry jlioul.l trv th. liiiliii', lit It l k lirll niliptnl to tlirm. Wrlir nt mm nml for jnursrir. Aildre. II, ll.U.l.im' A CO., llm HKO, ' rllmiil, Mb t tlic New Tribune one THE JO, B, Haet OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTV IN THE FOURTH incs-sa";- Eepublicak CONGRESSIONAL The Republican nnd Courier-Journal both one year for only $1.75. il SOUR!, Publisher. DISTRICT, T&RUS S1.25 Per Annum, Is Aim... VOL. V. A ROMANCE. An Opr-rnlnr'- HARTFORD, KY., ERDIAY, JUNE 2, 1893. Which NO. 44. zine, for only $3.00. - The Republican and the Cosmopolitan, a leading maga- lie Wilt I'.li'inti'il U'oiiinii. i:sirrlrnra, III lJ ,i oi'iiuA'ron. "Miss," .said lie ,Kii'K over to where AWjS? il f AUH?WJ5 A " Wh jfCiti OQfci r m L. V. V wvnms AOhUteM .uilMik .sc' Udifs wy'Tws.-Mmv "ynfiw. 2nn &oir 'tv. 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A SURE rrtr.mt hj iiinuiiii'ot bedicixb to,, bt. tons. and CERTAIN CURE known for IB years nstho BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. J v & Scientific American Agency for - JvL sSMa. CAVEATS. It! TRADE MARKS. DE8ICN PATitNTS. COPYRIGHTS, oto, For Information nna froo IlAndbonk wrlio to .MUMN fc CO., !Al llllOAlJIVAV, Nr.w Vouir. OMc.t buruiiu for Bcciirlnir patonti In AmcrlrA. Kriry tintt-u-t taken uut liy iu I tirouiilit hcfnra tiio pulillo ty n iioiloo iiItcii froo of diarco lu tlia Ss avJi ftHH VWM.Sw gftkwWik LftrotBtclri-ulntlo- mmtm .V1J .' -- II of any rlontlflorarorta tho liorld. Hnlonillillr llluntrutu.1. No Inli'lllfcnt nun ahoiilil bo tullhoui It. v.'ooblr. S.l.OII a jonri !.' Klx nioiitliJ. Atiitrern JlliNN ,v CO., l'uiuiiiiiciu),U(Jliuo.vliviiylf4ovr VvnkUty. Curci Imllecntlou, llllloujiu'vi, rcoomiiiL'i.J It, bAilra'le tnat 1c Rud cro-w- brown's max rlaiNerTnuiitM,ninficncrul bitters l))iiK(ala,MaI. DoKllty. 1$. 1'tiikl-ola- Qoimliio red lisu on irrajipcr. e the youiiK kM sat, .sciidlii"; n with swift, firm fingers, "Inmnn ojerator ntul out ol n job. Ask your chic! il he will let nic 'sub' for you while you rest n bit." She finished sending the message, and alter marking it with the receiving operator's signature, put it iu the drawer. Then she looked up into the dark, brilliant face i face full of irresistible beauty and power and tit the commanding figure, standing six feet two inches .above her, nnd straight as an nrrow. Despite years ol wandeting nnd the visible traces of dissipation, there still lingered about him a military air and evidence of better days. lie began almost to wish he had not told her he was an operator urn m she asked him where he was l when It is a truth in medicine thnt the came from, smallest dose that performs a cure is where he going, where he worked last and other the best. DcWitt's Little Karly Uis-er- s questions, all the while looking him are the smallest pills, will perform directly in the f.tce with her grave, the cure, and are the best. I..I1 liean. sweet eyes. H II Itlulll? ''Surely our chief will let you r.xciiANf.i:. work if you are a competent operaIs it right to build churches to save tor." She did not know he had worked men, and at the same time license iu almost every State iu the t'nion; shops to destroy them? Is it right to license a man to sell however, she sent a message to the chief, asking if Mr. Merlin could that which makes a man drunk, and then punish the man for being drunk? relieve her for n few nights. Is it right to license a man to make immediThe answer came almost ately for him to go to work that paupers, and then tax sober men to take care of them? night. Is it right to license a saloon to said he, "what is "By the way," teach vice, and then tax people for your name?" schools to teach virtue? "(icntvicvc Ilurleigh." Is it right to derive a revenue out stood in the doorway, his eyes lie following the train which earned her of a traffic which no decent man deto the city until the green lights fend'?? Is it right to teach your boy not to were nure stats: then turned nnd drink, and then vote to license a went into the ollice. All .ttctiud were evidences of a place where he may be taught to woman's careful fingers The floor drink? Is it right to teach your boy to be was spotless in it whttuess and purity. The clean white ciittalus were honest, then vote to license a place drawn back by ciiniroti ribbons, where he may be taught to gamble? Is it right to teach a boy to restrain and on the window sill wete sproutgeraniums and blooming roses his pasious, and then vote to license ing that sent deiightiul o.'lor all over the a place whete his worst passions will be inflamed? office. On the wall were hung pretIs it right to take care of your own ty little laudsLipes and on the desk boy, and vote to license a place which was the photograph of n young man. Red tih1on was drawn ihiotigh the ruins journeighbor's boy? Is it right to preach justice and woven fratntwoik, and inside the pictuie was a loci; o! jet black hair. charity, and then vote to license a On the desk Merlin found sceral thing which robs the widows and orsmall voltnns ol poetry, e.ieh inscribed phans of their bread? iO on the fly leaf with "To tlenevieve V.V.Iillns itrlHTIint niiln'l ICInir- from Mautice." TKMPI.r. TlMliS. h It was three weeks befoic Miss In our humble opinion there are returned on duty; then Mctliu few social evils so demoralizing and was given a regular situation at a yet so lightly reviewed as the very station east of her. prevalent evil known, for want of a Kvcry time he found that a restless better name, as flirting. This evil is desire to roam was creeping over him confined to no age or sex, but blows he called her up ocr the wire and its withering breath with deadliest She was always the effect upon those whose experience in held a chat same, kind, good and modest; and he life has not vanished their incredulilooked lorwartl with rcpiessed long ty. Only a few days since we were ing lo the time when he would see handed the portrait of a very pretty her again. young lady attired as a bride, and When a year had passed the roam- were inlortncd that she was to hnve ing disposition was completed. lie been married some weeks ago, and was no longer classed with tramps; that her intended had built a house he was a man not only a man, but a and furnished it, when for the third gentleman in every sense of the word. or fourth time she changed her mind He often asked himself what had and set the young man adrift with caused the change; thennswer was al- property for which he has no use nnd ways the same Genevieve Hurlcigh. a sense of outraged feelings calculated She had just conic on duty one to be reflected on some innocent girl. evening and laid off her outer wraps, Or, it may be, his disposition may when she heard her offico call sharply not lead him to seek revenge, but She sprang to may cause him to seek oblivion and a on her instrument. the key and responded in her usual useful life may be buried in seclusion; manner or may be the bowl would be sought, "Good evening, Jenny," clicked and he who would have been an orthe sounding, "You may look forme nament to society may fill n drunkM." afternoon. early ard's grave afteralifcof shame. Much Then she knew it was Arthur Mer- of this evil grows out of a want of lin. His private signal was 'M ' Fathers nnd true home culture. A flush came into her pate, sweet mothers, too, rften speak of what face, her eyes brightened, and her they call n good time which they had breath came quickly. while young and the conquests they "I am so glad!" she answered. made. It is not too strongly put "What time can I look for yon?" when it ir, stitcd that no hdy will "Ill Ik on Xo. 12 " plight her troth until she" has fully Jurt then some one broke iu, saying convinced herself that the man to with more politeucs than is generally w lotu she would make this pledge is shown in iuUirupt,iig couvcis.iiions t le man with whom she is willing to 011 the wire "I&iute mi! I have a j nirney down the path of life And message to send," nnd forthwith bewill utter his feelings in gan calling. mroiTer hi hind ton girl until he During the long. o..cly night which his studied the many-sidecreaVirc nut, Genevieve for whose happiness he is willing, if slowlv dragged had Huuethiug to look forward to. need b?. to sacrifice his own A She took out Merlin's last letter and higher sense of honor is the only cure read it over, It must have pleased for the evil. her for she smiled and blushed beauttUll). Gioo tifully. The readers of this paper will be There were only, two passengers ami pleased tint thsre is at least one n freight train to be tepotted during dreaded disease that science has been the night, nnd she watched eagerly able to cure in nil its stages and that for the morrow to dawn. She d;d not Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is quite remember how she passed the is the only positive cure now known to next morning; but the afternoon. It Catarrh fraternity. the medical lived for years in her memory. being a constitutional disease, requites She had not seen Arthur Merlin treatment. Hall's n constitutional for several months. How would he Catarrh Cure is taken internally, look? Taking a book from the libraacting directly upon the blood and ry she went to her own dainty room mucous surfaces of the system, therennd tried to read; the effort was a by dcstioying the foundation of the miserable failure. She could not tnke dlscase.and giving the patient strength in the sense of the words before her, by building up the constitution and and laid the book aside. assisting nature in doing its work. "Mr. Merlin." The proprietors have so much faith What n start the announcement in its curative powers, that they offer gave her! She had been expecting One Hundred Dollais for any case Jiiui, yet she was startled, that it fails to cure. Send foi list of "Show him up here," she said to testimonials. the waiter. Address, F. J. CHKNKY & CO., When he came in, his dark face Toledo. Ohio. Sold by' nil druggists, 7sc. 43 nn aglow, his step quick and eager, she Hur-lcigd ils-cl- held out her hand to him with n glad cry. "Welcome. Arthur!" "I have come on business Genevieve," ho said seriously. She waited for him to go on, looking up into his face, with proud, happy eyes. "Yes," he continued, "I want to know when you arc going to make me n happy man." "1 am ready whenever you want nic," she replied shyly. "And what a dear little wife you will be!" he said softly, running his fingers with a fond, caressing movement through her curls. "I will do my best, Arthur," she responded, in the calm, sweet way he knew so well. Genevieve never had cause to regret the choice she made. Arthur Merlin proved to bo the most kind nnd thoughtful of husbands, and she was the envy of many n woman who knew of her happy married life. to-daI GILS IN SLEEPING OARS. i A I'm l'rt'2iiriii; I'oIiiIn Well li Itciiirnilior Trmel. III The wise girl knows that nothing is quileso desirable for wear in the sleep- nig car as a wrapper of tlark colored flannel. It may" bo stated as a posi tive fact that women who try to make themselves look coquettish in a sleeping car. and wear elaborate negliges wrappers, show exor e tremely bad taster writes Kutli in a siibouablc article on "The Art of Travelling ilinsily" in the ExperJune Ladies' Home Journal. ience has taught that a wrapper of soft flannel in jttriies ofjilack and blue, made 'in tfie simplest fasliionj is most useful. When she is ready to go to bed, and the potter, nrmnges her berth for taking her she goes to the toilet-roowith her her She remove!, her shoes nnd stockings, puts on the knitted slippers that she has taken out of her bag, removes any garment that she pleases, and assuming her wrapper, which has been foldrepairs to her ed in her shawl-straberth. After fastening the buttons of the curtains she disposes of her cloth ing ns best she can, folding each article smoothly and carefully, and placing her money, her watch nnd tickets in her wrapper pocket. And then she soould try to rest the porter will call her in goa I season, and her ticket will not be asked for during the which night. In her shpwl-strashows as its outer wrappings a shawl or traveling rug, she may have her own pillow if she desires it. Hut this is not a necessity, as the cars are supplied with linen tint is usually fresh . and clean. In the morning the wiscgirl will put on her stockings and shoes in bed, leaving llie incir.g or imLtoning ol them until later. Then she will assume her other garments and repair to the toil, t room, Where she should as expeditiously as possible to make herself neat, trim and fresh, that her friends who are to meet her may not find her dusty nnd, travel stained. This she should do quickly, that she may not be classe i among the women 011 parlor cars the women who take and hold possession of the toilet room as if it were a fort. d Ash-more. curesvspiles will be Piles can-bcured, piles are cured with DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. An excellent remedy forallskindisc'ases. L.Ii.Bc.ui. Line's medicines move the bowels very day. In order to be healthy his is necessary. Don't Morrow, MRS. CHAKI.US IN'lIOMn 1'AUM. Don't borrow! I wish I could write these words so big that everybody would read them; or that I could say what I have to sa' upon this subject so strongly that everybody would neeit iiieiu. nut i sunn conlinc my talk to housekeepers only in the realm of business, and as regards money loans, I am not prepared to say whether borrowing is .1 success or not. Hut in housekeeping I do know that it is the ' most despicable I trait that one can be guilty of. and a chronic borrower is mot to be avoided as a neighbor or friend. I do not say this, because I object to lending; on the contrary, it gives me great pleasure to help any one in so small and simpln way as this. When you feel that your neighbor is unavoidably out of something necessary to her housekeeping;, and you can temporarily supply herdeficiency, it must, ofcourso, be a plcisureto accommodate her. Hut, on the other hand, when you find that your neighbor is wilfully negligent and thoughtless, and makes use of your kindnsis' to save herself the tro.tblc of thinking ' I The most intelligent people of our Nrnt With Order. community recognize in DeWitt's Is prepared to do all kinds of The C. F. Risley Co., Wholesale Little Early Risers pills of unequalcd Dental work at reasonable prices. Dniggists, 62 Courtland St., New merit for dyspepsia, headache and York, ordered a large supply of Drum-rnond- 's constipation. Very small, perfect in Lightning Remedy for Rheu- action. L. B. Bean. ry matism, and sent this with the order. The Hothcr'N Xlirncry Guide. "It is strange that the remedy is not In the June number of the Mother's more generally known, as its affects on rheumatism nre simply marvelous Nursery Guide, Dr. Canfield dispels superior to any rheumatic medicine sonic popular delusions concerning we have ever sold." This is high the contagious diseases of childhood praise but the remedy fully deserves which "some mothers think it just it. If you have the rheumatism you as well for their children to have and cannot afford to do without this great be over with them." His article on remedy any longer. Ask your drug- "Immunity and protection from disPLEASflNT WjIHZZX ifAvim gist for it, or send to the Drummond ease" will repay careful reading. The 0 Maiden advantages ot a simple yet varied diet Medicine Company, I 'iWvfvcSrMV h for children areset lorth by Dr. W.H. Lane, New York. Agents wanted. Flint, and Dr. Meding contributes THE NEXT M0RN1NQ , .L BRQHT ANQ NLWANO MYCOMPLEX.ON IS BErTEH. some useful "Points for theSutumer." lIotiNctinld JIyterle. .Kri.'i',or nT !' "" BentlT on M stomscli, liver The entertaining "Kintergarten-at-Hom- e Nuw York Hkkald. toriueasMsU as tcaTwacaliJi Stories" are continued and the I wish some philanthropic sharp would tell me why the majority of the mothers discuss iu the "parliament" All sell it at Wo. and fl JM a packis. If I such topics as "A Plea for Patience," Toarnnniiti:ett.eri(rour&ddrea.rrirrreHai.mnU. women clean houses on Friday. lane', ramllr Medicine n.vt. lb. lwtl.b el nuiiii, tbli Id iuve.wiry. Aridi ..'"' don't suppose the answer would be "The monthly nurse," "music books" OUATUU I' WOODtVAHll. LtllOV.A. V? particularly thilling, but the querry "Outings for the city children," etc. invariably occurs to me every Friday The medical Editor answers questions BUTHQCAirrr. I0RU4CAITRT. morning when I am awaken by the as to "Susceptibility to Contagion," cold draughts sweeping through the "Disinfection," "Early Tooth decay," house, nnd look out of the window "Care of the Nipples," "Evils of to see nil the curtains in, the neigh- mixed Feeding," etc. 20 cents a numg ber, $2.00 a year The Babyhood borhood either tied up or drawn Co., 5 Beekman Street, New CREAK "Hecauseit is an unlucky day," York. beforehand, then I hold it is time to draw the line against borrowers. Yet I chink it is a mistaken kindness to lend anything, for it encourages a thriftless spirit in people, nnd n feeling that says, "Oh, well, I needn't trouble to buy this or that; if I get out, I can borrow of Mrs. Smith, she always has a supply." Now, why is " it that Mrs. Smith "always has a if you arc so frequently out? Simply, because Mrs. Smith is a good housekeeper and looks well to the needs of her household, while you are undoubtedly shiftless nnd idle, or you would not be a borrower. A good housekeeper would blush with shame to be obliged to borrow anything necessary to the every-da- y management of her house or kitchen. I know that borrowing is not necessary, for I have kept house fourteen years, and in that time I have never borrowed the smallest item from any one. I made a rule in the beginning by which I had also lived in my girlhood that I would never borrpw anything, and at first, if I got out ol anything, I did without until I could supply myself by buying it, and in that way taught myself by hard lessons to remember my rule. A good many of these years I spent in the pioneer regions of Florida, thirty miles from n family grocery store, and yet I never had any occasion to borrow. Once or twice a month I made out my list and sent for groceries, and these I had to manage, so tljey would hold out till another trip was made. I never asked my neighbors to supply me with anything I had neglected or forgotten or misused. Yet I have known people who lived in a stone's throw of a comer grocery.go to a neighbor to borrow "enough butter for breakfast, or a loaf of bread, or a scuttle of coal, or a needle, or spool of thread, or a lemon, or enough yeast powders to make a batch of biscuit." Always ready to run to borrow something, but never ready to pay back. That's the trouble, it tikes more time than these things nre worth to go after them, and then return them, consequently it would be cheaper for honest people to buy than to borrow. Hut unfortunately borrowing breeds dishonesty, and these thinks nre never returned; therefore a borrower, like this, becomes either a rogue, for borrowing under false pretenses is stealing, or else a beggar, forgetting things which you neverpay back is begging. Now, ask yourselves if you wish to be either, and if not, mend your ways and borrow no more. sup-pip,- replied a housekeeper of my acquainPROFESSIONAL CARD. tance. J". "Hccause it is hangman's day," said another. ATTORNEY AT LAW, "Hecausc," said another, "it is the HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY. only day in the week we have to do it in. There is the washing day on JAS, I. tUtXY, 1. a. a. wiodinii. Monday, ironing on Tuesday, baking tSs on Wednesday, calling or receiving on Thursday and baking again on HARTFORD, KY. Edwin Kowe - a-lQxi- "Teddine", mr-yt&mr- Saturday." "Hecausc," said another, "it takes six days in the week to get ready for Sunday, house cleaning comes in reg. nlar order. Anybody ought to see (Office, over Andr raon'a Ilntnar.) Will pmctlco their profusion limllhe courts Ohio nml aitjoltlnjt countlea, ami court of Anneals Special attention given to rrmimal practice and collection., v2nMly . that." Hut I don't sec why a house should be any cleaner on Sunday than any other day. I don't see why it isn't just as well to hand out the family wash on Wednesday as on Monday. Yet I have known women who would not have a fiat unless they could not wash on Monday. As five floors of two families each can't dry in the back yard and on the roof on the same day, and the Monday prejudice is so very strong, landlords have had to erect hugh telegraph poles in the rear of flat houses, from which poles Hues nre operated on a level of each floor. This system also affords the additional pleasure of a near view of the number and character of your neighbors' family wash. There must be some substantial reason for a woman doing just as her neighbors do, and what all woman in the civilized world do and have been doing for hundreds of years. MolhliiK Chcnp About It. Dr. Drummond's Lightning Remedy for Rheumatism is put up in large bottles, and once seen is never taken for any other preparation. All the cheap remedies put together are not worth one bottle of Drummond's Lightning Remedy, and any sufferer who has taken it, will bear witness to its marvelous power, and the druggist who sell it say they have never seen its equal. ' Full particulars sent by mail and the medicine by express. Medicine Drummond's Company Maiden Lane, New York. Agents wanted. 48-5- CTam.es .A.. Smitli, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profenalon Attorney at Law, In Ohio and sdjola-In- g counties, and the court of Appeals, bpeci attention Rlren to collections. OfBce north sije piibhe square. T2Tly E.D.GUFFY. Guffy 6s ZRlnero, Attorneys at Law. B.D.RINGO. Will practlee In nil court, of Ohio andaillomma counties and in Superior Court and Court of Ap" peals. uonecuonn nun nil legal business attended to. Office, No.3 E. Market stllartford, Ky. Perry Westerfield mm at law, JR. IE3. "Weddlnsj:, Attorney at Law, V.. (Office In Crewder Building.) Will practlee his profession In all the courts el .V"1 odJolnlnK counties. Also Notary-Publi- sine. XSLxr.Y KCea-rrrlaa- T2niify SIM:.. Xj. , Will practice his profession In all lha Courts at Ohio and adjoining counties, and in the Court of Appeals. Special attention given to collection. Office, over Williams, Bell Co'a drugstore. Hartford. Ky, ATTORNEY AT LAW, "There is a salve forevery wound." We refer to DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, cures burns, bruises, cuts, indolent sores, as a local application in the nostrils it cures catarrh, and always cures piles. L. B. Bean. Coughing leads to Consumption. Kemp's Balsam stops the cough at once DENTIST. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT o ifr 1-ffiK- yflW 48-5- r' $$$& i jps ,'i LAHE'SMEDIGmi: dmi-Kltt- ppl ; WORMS! WHITE'S FOR 20 YEARS EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. Pup-Usin- roxu.fic auncrcysr ax WE OU1UAHTEE X VERMIFUGE ritsir.4 r mciiiiidsos MMcm co bt. tons. on Has led all Worm Remedies. 'i tisa "a a tronLiuiMMiMiiM HEAD TESTIMONIALS itmilltalMMMIMMtiml 11 and liivmi tho tuont cartJluiTiivcutikatloniis to our responsibil ity ana tno niorlta of our Tablet.. CUBE SOLD EVERYWHEUE. In from Stondnys. 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FREE. TmsOnioCncmcALCo.: Gentlemen: It irtvea mo nleasuro to apeak a wnnl nr nralun for vour Tablets. M V son waa a Iron a v addicted to tho use of llnuor. and through it friend. I was led to try your Tublet. Ho wasu. heavy and ronatant drinker, but ufter ualns; your Tablets but three daya ho.qutt drinking, nml will not touch llnuor of any kind I have waited four month before writing you, iu order to know tho euro wus permanent. luursiruiy, it Honble Chloride of Gold Tablets Will complotclrdwrmytliudoglroforTOIlACCO I iiiKH ai BosadToIamss, Quarterly Register of is copies, . stiTsar, . . $..iol fctTWRnnn Per WBHCI11 Tfre 2.00 1 n I 1 fjJBfQfif publlMtlo.. I am rKfitf. J. C. Mor-phin- hik-I- "Itllimiri.lo. Ui.tl MlnaAlMa4caia.lVi VA bmAiI, tlm.lr a4 h!jh.!l ".- !1!.!.? 0,rt"i" Into la .null . comp.il." Hills Tablets. ih id price for ingle ccolts sad bouaj Tetumt. cunnieriT CCTKOIT, history, u. HIGH., a. Harris Theater, LOUISVILLE, KY. Mrs. P. Ilnrris, R. L. Rritton and T. F. Dean, M'g'ra ami Props. Tlio only modernly built Theater in the city. The only Theater playing first-cltattractions at popular prices. Situated on West side of ith ave., between Walnut und Green. Prices 50c, 25c, 15o and 10c. ui Mil MRS. HELEN MORRISON. Cincinnati, Ohio. Tur. Ohio Chemical Co: Gentlemen: Your Tablet havo performed a miracle in my caao. I iiuvn nuiil mnrnlilne. hvoodermleallv. for seven veara. und huvo uvuu cured uy tliousoof W. L. LOTEGAY, two jmckuge. of your Tablets, uud without any effort uti my pan. AUclroKB all Oruora to AGENTS RESPONSIBLE WANIEDI fklaMfUa TmlllnMtilananMianllnn U WIIUIIH lllilW HWUHUM Ml CHEMICAL CO., THE OHIO and Ooara. Black. LIMA. OHIO. S3 SI. ' has Will li.HPKTMA llroun'. lion Hitlers. rhrslcluiu rci onimciiil It. lecp It. tt.u) Kr Imttle. Gtnulna All dealers I'ae trsde-uiiu- mid crw d red Hues on wrapper. ,;i SZuSI rr .,,,., ,MI.M..i-.- l. r rMlWUWM Nl IllXT I.OAITIt, The "Modern Crank" by COMMENCEMENT Silas Grifliin was good. Miss Kiln lIV I'. t.. llliUKSIIIKK. Oponod with a Musicnl Last ' Herring came next with a well writ PUBLISHED UVKItV I'MDAY MOltNINO. ten oration on"Shoalsand Breakers." Friday Night, Followed You fellers you are rearitt' 'round ' "The Influence of Association" by Killlor and Proprietor. JO. II. MOI.KKN, by a Wook of Picas C. Yeiser, was a good subject and And makin' a' mighty fuss A. About the little boys in town, uro. FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1893. handsomely treated. Miss Ida Ren That almost ninkes you cuss. ' der had for her subject "Our Ideals," You say. the bovs, that they Ilui'li XmlilN i:xcrrlsr urrcn Micro Tin: Cancyvillo Herald is the latest to which she did justice in every re- Aiii'c wor.h one internal D ry Trent trilluii IIm-II- . But j on jet listen what I say, spect. J. R. McAfee had fo? his a'ddition to our exchange list. It isa And you jest wait and sec Best Men have ever Loved "The neat seven coin inn paper, and is pubSome o' these licit; boys that's on Repose," and treated same in a lished by I j. C. Newman. the Sttcets manner that pleased everyone. "What So blamed much, Tins will no doubt bo the best we Read"' by Miss Sophia Davidson Arc froin to find out what they'll newspaper week Kentucky 1ms had was good. "Reap What Yc Sow" meet, for yeais the editors are not only Kmest II. Tracy. The subject was a Jest keep yer eyes open and watch. Thcy'ic'goiu' to strike the pint, good one and the young speaker did not out of town, but clean out ot the it justice, reflecting credit on himself And strike il hard, you see, .State. And they'll be knocked clean out of "The Shadows we Cast," was well joint Liirr the good wotk done on the rendered by Mies Mary Miller. Miss The boys, O, whcre'll they be? streets be followed by u general clean n Onia Wcslcrfield had n splendid I tell you, they'll be lookin' 'touitd ing up. Without it typhoid lever on "The Morning of life." "It To find a kind o' sorto' little job, and cholcru aro given a special inviMatters Not How Long we Live but That'll keep them up with the rest iu town, How," by 1'. L. Berkshire was good. tation to visit the town. Miss I.ula Johnson itli the subject, That is, them ol their mob. Aud when they've got that little TntTi: to its record of general ctiss- "Nothing Great is Kasily Won," deJ work, cdncss the Legislature has passed a livered a piece worthy the young And started out, von know, Dlt. WAVI.AND Ai.ttx.wnr.n, .bill abolishing the Institute for the They'll try to lisli away to shirk, President Hartford College. "And won't" hoe out their row." education of feeble minded children. Pridav night a large crowd assem.Shame on the per diem dead beats. But there's n place for everv man, bled at the Court House to hear the And these here lazier, too, Recital Class, under the Khstcuky is enjoying a rest this Pupils' Now you can piddle 'round and stand week the editors aro away and if management of that excellent music And say tliereaiit'tnothiujrheretodo. teacher, Miss Margaret Xall. PromptLegislashe could only get rid of the But that won't do for you to say, 8 o'clock the exercises begun, ture her peace would bo perfect, but ly at And you know it is a blasted lie, It and continued until n late hour. And ef some folks jest hud their it is all right; we could not stand too was, indeed, a musical treat, and evway, many good things at once. They'd blow you up sky high. erybody was well satisfied with the Tin: graduate should nut fail to evening's program. "You insignificant little scrub," lixercises have been conducted at That lounge on the stteet: keep iu mind the fact that his effort You ain't no better than the grub, at Commencement is only the first the College every day this week, and That wiggles 'ueath your'leet Wednesday and Thursday evenings aud not the last great cflort iu his Now if you don't "like what I say, the Rhetoric Class appeared at the You'd beltereall and see struggle with the world. The young College Hall. Jest what else I've got laid away ladies and gentlemen who have so To fight it for inc. After the Musical, everybody lookMISS KATIi: COOMI1I-Shighly entertained our people this ed forward to the exercises of the Teacher Primary Department, week should strive to rise, not fall, following week. Monday night WASHINGTON. from the high standard they have set and with it one of the most lady. "The Realms of Fancy," by How many of them enjoyable entertainments every in Miss Mabel Hubbard was good. for themselves. The Administration has atlast done The class had entered the contest will do iit one thing for which it deserves credit. for a handsome Dictionary aud each Iu the entertainment of the Spanish Wi: are in receipt of program of one put forth his best efforts. Infanta and Commencement Exercises of the careful attention the Washington her suite, who were iu After a wqek as the official Mis High Schools Thursday Miry Frankfort judges decided tint guests ofthe nation, it discharged an evening, June 15, at Opera House. Miller deserved the prize, and Dr. J. unusual task iu the most satisfactory K. Pendleton presented the jfrie with The schools, which are under the manner, to all concerned, iu spite ot a neat little talk. efficient management of Prof. the attempts of some tuft hunting The program was interspersed .with Rhoads, Superintendent, are Americans to persuade it into mak-- i nice music, both vocal and instrujust closing a very successful year's a mess of things by fo' lowing mental. Miss Florence Morton sang work and the evening exercises promKtiropeati customs. Not n little of a beautiful solo. ises to be quite interesting. the credit, however, is due the InfanThe Oratorical Contest last night ta, who proved herself to be a woman was something grand and has never In view ofrecent events the thought' fully endowed with common sense, been excelled in Hartford. Those who .ful citizen may well ask himself what ready t.i ad.ipt herself to American were Ledru R. entered the contest is to become of the country under the customs instead of expecting AmerBarnett, Miss Rachel Sanderfur, John The Democratic Administration. icans to adopt Spanish customs. BeII. Wood, R. K. Lee Siminerman. D. fore celebrated its new Administration leaving New York, she w. 1.YTI.1:, J. Kllis Miller and James L. Kltnore. birth by hauling the Stars and Stripes expressed herself as delighted with Hartford College. of our going to press at Hawaii aud humiliating us before Hartford. The Primary and Interme- Up to the time her visit to Washington aud with last night it had not been decided. the world; instituted a bungling finan diate Departments appeared at Court ' the people she met while she was program will be the conhere. After spending a few days in cial policy and now refuses to carry Hall under the supervision of Miss ferring of degrees, and the ValedictoNew York she will visit the World's out the plain provisions of the law re- Katie Coombes and Mr. Richard Fosry by U. C. Barhett, after which will Fair. lative to the Chinese, and above all ter. The little folks were well drilled be the Alumni Banquet at the HartProf. Harrington, chief of the allows United States law to be tram- and showed that they had been thor- ford House. Weather Bureau, seems to have been pled under foot, and the American oughly instructed throughout the Commencement this year has been Sabbath deseciated by the greedy past ten months. The program con- grand, aud every student will depart in striking distance ol the tnith when Managers of the World's Fair. Ver. sisted of Recitations, Songs, Drills, for home, feeling that he has been he said that the attnet which led to the recent investigation of the Weathily, the Democracy is a disappoint, &c. The principal feature of the greatly benefitted by attending Harter Bureau was the beginning of a evening were the "Dairymaid Drill" ford College. meiit to the country. movement to put the bureau back and the "Dumb-bel- l Drill." which under military rule, if one may were perfect in rendition. r.xli-urlfrom Tumi Tattler judge from the report of Assistant After Monday night, the next great Many persons in and out of Hartfeature was the lecture to be delivered ford wonder why it is the town can- Attorney General Colby, who conThat one of Hartford's most jovial by Judge John D. Atchison, of Owens-bor- not have a creditable ball team. It is ducted the investigation, which was men and best looking middle-ageJudge Atchison had selected because the game receives no encour- made to Secretary Morton this week. says, that a red dress is the prettiest for his subject "Some Kinds of Peo- agement at the hands of our people. In view of the evidence taken at the thing iu the world except the girl ple," and well did he treat it. The Public sentiment makes everything, investigation this report is considerthat wears it? lecture throughout was beautiful and baseball is no exception to the ed a remarkable one, while it docs That Randall Collins' base-bal- l in thought, showing forth the people rule. II our people took any interest not in so many words recommend finger is almost well again? in different stations of life, eulogiz- in the matter, if they were willing to that the Secrcrary of Agriculture ask j, of an army officer to for th(j That Martin Kalm says anybody ing those who deserved it. Judge contribute liberally toward tne nnan-ci- take charge ofthe bureau, but it does to know when a man sneezes Atchison made a lasting impression ought support of the club, if they had so indirectly. At least that i:; the lie is not dead? on the minds of our people and every- , . .. " IU. " d,.J KI..U conbtn,ctlonw,jchllJncoutoJtcnm.1. That we omit the young gentleovercome all obstacles and uiM P with whom vour correspom,cnt hn9 man's name this week? a team, if they encouraged, rather That the Commencement is good? than discouraged the progress, there Prof. Harrington feels that the report That Henry Osborne will spend would be altogether a different state wrongs him and he is preparing to vacation here? of case. The boys would take more strike back. pride in practice they would strive-tThat A. C. Yeiser says, that his The relentless war which the Adbe first, they would show their ministration has waged from d speech did not cost him a the davtown pride and the result would be it assumed office upon the cent, his sister wrote it. y that Hartford could boast of a good machine iu New York has reachNotice. Kleciluii amateur club. It is quite true that ed the stage at which MAY T1SKM, 1893. 1 the friends of the team is weak iu a vital point or Mr. Cleveland privately claim to be OHIO COUNTY COUUT. ) so but with proper encouragement in position On petition of J. T. Casebier, R. T. to overthrow the machine this could be greatly remedied. There and capture- - the State Committee, Her, Wm. Bell, J. M. Williams, David are at least two of the boys (I mean when the new Duncan, W. U. James, Mark Howard, Committee is formed, or under) who with those twenty-on- e M. A. Milner, John J. Gilem, D. J. next fall. The hotter this fijrht becomes proper management and careful prac- the better it will Duncan and others, legal voters and pleue the Republitice would in a few weeks develop into cans, ami county, of Rockport, Ohio the more certain will be the m. shui.tz, pitchers o. more than ordinary amateur Kentucky, (School District No. 82.) it return ofthe KmpircState to its prop-e- r As for catchers, there sue at least Secretary Hartford College. is ordered by the Court that a Graded place in the Republican column. they were en Free School District be and is hereby one congratulates the Societies on se- three excellent ones if Representative Charles O'Neil, of What the Pa., couraged to go ahead. established, bounded as follows: Be- curing such a noble speaker. who since the death of Judge Hartford ball team needs is encour- Kelley has enjoyed Wednesday night was a gloomy ginning at the mouth ol Lewis' the distinction of The people being the "Father ofthe House," Creek on Green River, thence up time lor the Literature class, as it had agement and not abuse. of any other town but Ilartiord take Green River to themouthof Williams' been raining all the afternoon, and that is, the member having the longpride iu their ball team however est Creek, thence to include II. I). Jack- continued, but, notwithstanding, all continuous service therein, says By all many may be its faults. the Republicans ought to be satisfied son to the Rail Road at a point half the difficulties, a large crowd gathered means give the boys a chance aud with the outlook, which indicates in way between the corporate limits of at the Court Hall to hear the orations let them know you are with them. every direction a return of the the town of Rockport and the I.ast delivered by this class, which was During the progress of the O. L. C. party to power. Mr. O'Neil Hue ofthe Ure land near Kchols, under the charge of that every watchKntertainnient at the College Friday is justly noted for his clearness of visto John T. Casebier's, includ- ful teacher Prof. J. V. Lytic.' thence At 8:15 o'clock the class filed into night week it was suggested that the ion on political matters. ing him mid excluding the Ure farm, the room aud marched upon the meeting be adjourned to the Court Although it was announced sonic D. J. Will-cothe Daugherty farm and thence to Lewis' Creek at the rostrum, which had been handsomely House so as not to interfere with the days ago that the administration decornted and produced a striking two or three little twelve-year-olprogramme of Congressional I.egis-tio- n bridge on the Hartford and the Rockyoungers who weietalkingund laughthence down Lewis' included an income tax, and port road; ing veiyboisterously in the hall. gS&SsX there are the best of reasons for beCreek to the begining. ammKsx&rs At the O. L. C. Kntertainnient Fri- lieving that announcement to have Jt is further ordered that the Sherday night week one of the features been authentic. The talk of some of Ohio County open n poll iu iff of was the Journal, the society paper, the men eltiic to Mr. Cleveland dusaid Graded Free School District on which the fair young editor said was ring the last few days makes it apthe 3d day of June, 1893 for the pursold for S3 per year. After the exer- parent thnt if the idea proves to be pose of taking the sense of the legal cises were over three men 'were no- very unpopular, as it is almost cerwhite voters in said proposed graded ticed to rush hurriedly up to the tain to do, they nre preparing the proposifree school distrsct upon the stage to the young lady and each way for Mr. Cleveland to say he nevtion whether or not they will vote an hauled out his wallet aud proposed to er thought of recommendinir nn in- annual tax of fifty (50) cents on each take the paper a year and pay for it I come tax, just as he said recently that ($100) dollars worth of property asin advance. The young lady explain neither he nor Secretary Carlisle had sessed in said district belonging to e cd that it was only a ever had any idea of redeeming the said white voters, and a poll tax of about the subscription and they look- Treasury notes iu silver, although ($1.50) one dollar and fifty cents per I tried to leant Secretary Carlisle had positively staed disappointed. capita on each white male inhabitant their names but they lelt town imme- ted to more than one man that such years of age residing HICIIAHII lUSTIJIi, over twenty-on- e diately and have not been heard of a course had been agreed upon. In in said graded free school district for Teacher Intermediate Department, short the idea of nn income tax is put the purpose of erecting suitable build- appearence. . After Invotation by since. out as a "feeler" of public sentiment. ings and maintaining a good graded Rev U. K. Tate, Miss Klva Morton in said district. It is opened the evening's exercises with a free school The Fordsville Bank has had a very If it jH.penrs favorable it will be further ordered that said Sheriff shall beautiful oration on "Poetical Genibeginning in Hie few weeks oiumeiided to Congress; otherwise it at same time and place of said elec- us," which showed she was thorough- it has been in operation, and under wil1 ,,u dropped for the time being, tion obove named open n poll for ly conversant with the subject the its very efficient management will j Commissioner Lochrcn in n publish the election of (6) six trustees for said rendition of which was perfect. "Be- rapidly extend its usefulness. Messrs. w' interview talks very nicely about graded free school iu said district yond the Gates" was admirably treat- John T. Smith, Jr., President, and ,us mending to justly administer copy attest: A ed by Robert Nelson. Miss Siddie ike C. Adair, Cashier, are popular Ulc pension laws and about the jus- Rowan Hoi.iiuook, Clerk. Davidson with the subject, "As the and reliable business men aud are , llc-- ' 0l every man who is entitled to a pension being granted one, but inns- By L. I'. I.oNiiV, I?. C. Knglish See Us," delivered a nice tptite sanguine of success. xrantBsOTrttKM'twi much ns the number of new pensions granted have fallen away down below what the nverage was when Gen. Ratlin was nt the head ol the office there must be a wide difleience between his talk mid his arts, and 110 111 in under the Government occupies 11 place wherethe affect of his acts ate sooner or more widely lelt than docs the Commissioner of Pensions. Il isrumoied that a movement is being engineered by Southctr who are specially liurdly to ex Speaker Crisp to force Sect clary Hoke Smith out of the Cabiret on account ol his inlet Terence iu ti number of local appointments. It has been suggested that votes for the ie peal of the Sheiiuan Silver law might be trvded for Smith's icsigiutio:i. ( nr- ' Hartford Republican piece. A llnrfo Trnilc. ' I sub-Ijec- t, d I oia-lio- , ar-riv- ! ' im thci. rirtinn German papers contain accounts from Poinerunia of a crime that s in soiiio respects tho ui.irdcr of tho Jew peddler in I.rckmnmi-Ciin- t jinn's "Tho Bells." Ono evening n farmer uud his daughter, on their way homo from tho nierket nt called at an inn situated between that plaeo and tho village whero thoy lived. In paying foi lotncthiugho had to drink, the until took out a purso in which ho bad the money ho had that day received in payment for a cow. Soon uftcrwuiil he left, and ho bad not gone far when ho was n.taikcd from behind by a man mined with thick stick. With a terrific blow the man killed him on the i.pu. Tho lit tlo girl was so frigliteiutl that she 11111 back to the inn and told tho innkeeper's wife. This woman, alter ' advising her to leave her moniyiu her keeping, bhut tho por girl up in a room and locked tho door Looking through the keyhole, the child saw tho innkeeper leturn with u blood stained stick iu his hand. She then heard him tell how ho hud committed tho murder. On his learning where sho wits', sho heard him dijdiscing tho best means of urtting rid of her. In a dreadful state of upprelieusion sho jumped from a window to tho ground, fortunately without hurting hurficlf, and fled to her home. Tho innkeeper and his wife were ar rested. Hum-jnelshur11 I I I Mc-He- nry fact he entertains a marked prefer enco for self destruction as a meant of showing pimio at a rt.'l or fancied injury. In tho city of D.;nb..y has long iVeii a source of eoii'-idcrab- Life I'trwrtiT Tho East India cooly i u fatalist-thi- nks us little of killing himself as tho Chinaman or Jap. In point of I'm- . t j ' ' to-da- y Vice-Preside- 's j ' DO YOU KNOW d s o. inconvenient o and danger, as tho favorite method of tho t astern suicide is to jump into a well, mid it is stated that thero i scarcely a well in tho city that lta.t not at somo time been used for that pur- pose. An ingenious native East In dian has met thisdiflieulty by iuvent-- l ing .1 simple mid durable appliance, which has tho merit of not only suicide, but also accidental drowning in wells. So exactly is this device adapted for this purpo.-- o that it has obtiined tho approval of the Itoyal Ilmmr.ic (society of Great Britain. It tou-fcists of a boo) of wood or rict.il, over which is stretched a net of light lneslu-s- . tarred ropo with Metallic drums support this net just far enough under tho water of the well to enable tho buckets to fcink nntl dip, but there is not ei.ou-'l- i water above tho net to drown a person. New York Telegram. Mliuro Vie I.ltc mi Truut. In a Now York court tho following iinswur wok tiled in 11 "liorso" suiti NiiiimI tho I.lfo niitrttittWIfiMiriil'rriiltlfiit "Tho defendant further answering l nTu WmwiO. In 1701 James Moiiroobcenmomln-- ' Haiti complaint alleges that on the Jster to Franco. Those wore trou- l'lth day of August, 1801, tho plaintiff blous times. Tho echoes of tho French and defendant exchanged lioives, tin. involution woro yet in tho ulr, and plulniitf giving tho defondnntn mnro, tho various l'uropeun nations woro 11111I tin defendant giving tho plaintiff pair of mules." Green Hag. watcbiiig 0110 another us well us tho United States to noto tho attitude Tltw llurili'U TIiIiib to Cook. taken by them iu regard to tho General George- A. Sheridan, tho r.v: Ai povpHiiiient. ?.'j;i .10 was received enthusiastic- noted stump orator, tmlored a dinner ally, mil bis after lifo, wbilo in in tho long ? f ' very rich friend, at covomto bo laid for 15 Franc!.', was full of Httrriiig nntl saying lucidentd. O110 ovent in unr (Miaplato. It good without0110 and tleiihii' was not only interesting in it-- I that tho dinner was a good beli, but bt.d it, Bnivo'binring on pub-- the wines excellent. When tho man who paid for tho dinner presented l.c attain). Tho MavquisdoLnfiiyettohtid been tho chef with his tip, ho asked liitn among captured on tho frontier and was what, 1...1 ... it...all tho Ifdainty vinmw . . ltrwl llfllltl ti,,. or O inutz. '" "V"" f.inut now lyf'ig in the dun-cooV. , "" "- 'm-- " " "' His wilo with her two littlo children Htudy, delheietl worotonllned in the prison of La nftor u moments J. i.. ily third t'l being in- - himself, of tllS lliliadoX. "lllV, otiZ luiuu ju . ,inl ! i to coin; no ruiu iu. i.ir c"""." del . d to tlu nuillotire. well don." -- Now Vork Advertiser. lit" rorditiim appealed slioiigly to minister, and at length Iltiitiini'iili'il rUtilnu Turkic on a cour-- o which might ho The biivngu patience shown in the tin her any good, but not only fail to beauty with which tho negroes of would piobably iiivoivo him personAfrica mid tho Indians of Alaska orally iu tuublj, for tho government nament their weapoiw also murku to 1:,- - v as only too ready to oi' tli extent tho negroes of thesouth, tak ' 'V1 in its preseut stato of ir-- ' somo southern negro's llxhinu; tackle and a . l.'om tioublmpnst. tniideiu a fashion to ex Wn limit is wifo ho could do noth-- ' is hometiniea of the mo,t enthusiaseito the envy ini, and s'.in promptly seconded hU Chicago sportsman. (let. ir.il itr: n with tho pledge of her tic northern Herald. 11wu1.il. One afternoon the carriage of- - the Ai'ien-a- n minister drew up before tho prftoii of Im. Force, nntl Mrs. Monroe tlmsentlctl ironi it and linked permission to call Uxm tho uia.'iiioi.ess. I l:o had assumed all tl.o p a.i i:r.l elegance to which her ti. hus'. :d" e 'ti'-'- i entitled her, ami the pi!r-- i I'.u'li'.ritirHWeru evidently iv-sr.(Ki-5- v. -H -. I " Js improved lv her eourago and deei-CyC - ! WgXA, simi of her bearing. TAfttcmer and more molting They look her to n reception room jihnipstifllfunrosuhliioiliiiid tlmhlghcr instead of .ho c d whero tho marvr; 1 1 onfkied aud conducted qualities of frloiitlMiIp nntl love obtain tliitl : V.r youT r'vl unhiippy worn- - on tho yielding of human Buffering nml tho restoration of health, strength nml im. who (Wiled, as well sho might, full of rrief. contentment. The following Is calcuIt viu in. 1 H.fo to tidk confidential lated to nssutige hiiniau piisslon und le-gly, n..d j neither woman elevated thoughts and actions: II. could t; .1 u la it Jf to ppeak. Tho S. Cute, iniTvltant, North Oakland, Pa., luaivCiii .1. im, who had 1nn expert" Plea-- e send six bottles of Dr. iuy .1 '".rr.t:t to her cwntioti, writes: nntl Bncknrho Curo to coti' only nob, ami win u Mrs Mou- - Peiiner'fi Kidney .Sfttuufl Cute, Amusbiirg, 1 .vs. It Is roo lefthe promed, iu tho hearing for my inutlu-r- , who would ini glad to ot tho uii..k1h, to retain on thofol gho you a strong recommendation of lowing day. B..: the t . 11 . . ; never repeated, till mi tllclni,:w alio tlilnles it has profor tn the veiynrt tiny tho mur- - longed her life." It is equally good hi ihior.'tswrmutH- ' tvuuJ 011 tins wny aH lailnoy dUenvs, female complaints,n Ifhiitis-factioto join her hiw . ; I Her execution Mood and bkin diseases etc. n4 given inuiicy lofundeil. Take u li r tbeiif.er-noohad reAlly ' 01 Mis. M i:. lnt the home n bottle i..tving thus . Prolan 1.1..I10-1- .. leuiv.rd ;ii Uu::.' ... tho American cf tnc Condition mini er. Lilt' i le 1 011 lo'ilency. ir Tin; Youth's .ria:. i;n. MRS. MONROE'S C'tiiiiti-uiiici- GnACI0U3 ACT. ! - dm-msit- inn-son- s tr " ' 1" 1 "" 1 V U . 1 i r nt.-.U!!- 1 &yjt " . A3J iKsr ct - n 1 w i 0i ..It I. .1: S..t.l a l."' lie other day : "I have ju-. where do you tbinkt c ir. 'f 1111 ftM-inIt till- I al ,,,. Tho writer happened hi a place the other day whero tho game and fish and was nr laws were discus.-e- d prised at some of the sweeping nser tions inado by parties who claimed to know tho truth. Ono wim that tho pigs kept at tho hotels a: omul the northern Llaino lakes enjoy moro of trout diet every summc r than any of its people. If true, the statement indicates a great waste of valuable 11 dog-gone- tax-paye- food fish. Tho man said he had worked at a largo Moosdiead hotel, and day utter day boardem would bring in largo strings of trout, which were duly placed on tho show boards, tagged with tho iiaino of thecatehur. for tho admiration of the givsts. After lying there 11 few hour, they would Iw carried to the ice room. Homo of couivo would ba served upon tho tables, but only n email proportion of tho whole. The next day nn other largo lot would bo brought in, when the previous tbiy'n il li would bo carried to tho pigs, u:id this goes on day after day through tho seaion. tho catching being simply for the fun of it, with tho result that the pigs livo high if thoy do not sleep in the garret. Luwiston Journal. Suutr I.im'lct A pleasant featuro of the sugar business of tho boat iu tho soiuh is thosoiigsof tho men nn they work. A long or slide is urrungetl from tho topof tho bank to tho bor.t, uud tho barrclaor hogsheads ire thus slid 011 board. Tho man at tho top will sing; us each barrel is btarted 011 its way, iiBortof notification to "look out below," uud tho men on tho boat will answer in away that means "lot her conio." Thu li'oat striking wwh I caught were, "Bar'l, bar'l, hero "Hero goes bar'l, all full sugar." "Tell do troof, black man, toll do troof down dor." "I'll ax my wife if i'ho'11 go to town Sunday." "Sugar, hugar, tley ain't nv.ini like sugar." "When a mule kick yer, hit 'im in do eye." "Never steal sugar; go uu ux ile boss," and pjrhapd 2C other impromptu phi uses, many of which I could not catch. St. Crlra of tliu . goe-bar'l- ." clean r.i'd comfortable. umiI we talked to mjv'Ui.1 of tV old women, who said thiy w, r. wi-- veil ttikt-- euro of. Ono ol t'lt'lii ..ud aueae oiduuul, who lwd iviuii.'..y in-day. Sho "! U 0 . t ' it, o.. thiiitfshi-didwea .She thought she would be t . i uiv h hnppi'T if r!io had I id her what it was, sure it it. tbo Bible or something rewould ligious. "Wiu t t.oyou Mipjioso she w anted t Wh,". u copy of LyrcuV p.enis. Sol fiirid ono in larj'e print, fqr old age. and wnt it to hor. They have all their wants well attended to, but the pMr thing have such a horror of dying and bein?bur ied iu th. potter's field. In all tho Eurtpc'ii (fiuutnt'M thero are char itable ao"iations for ti.u poor. Why doe n't somo tne 111 your IxniiitiTtil eity. wh'oh ii notl for it ehuriiy, t up tvt'h i organization t'.iceei.'.-.riland souls of the 10. '( . ' - f :: t' it .:i.d ChrUtian Mu-'inWv lo,t. a r a ti 'p ' !?' pnnrhoUiiv 1 was out taking a vi r id a fri suggested that wn nl mild e.op there and nee it. l used to have nn idea that it woe a ' ti', but i isn't. It is wry horribl 1 loan unr ill T, Istl.'l. llllxltlf, Jim $70,111 . . . . . l,'hT)ilTl'KS. BilU lli.cotlllted l.S'J 1 HihI estate .$,000.00 Furniture und livl'ire. 1,000.00 1 If '': JSoinU mid Itntik Sleek Dit ts in rtiit i'j h on Lund Cnv'i io other Banks ,.! 1.(57 t 11,117.78 17,'JSQ.!8 810S,:i!)5.l!) hlABIhlTIHS. rnpitnl stock IV) mils 1 l)ti itletnln unpiiid Due other Bnukg and lixehange.. I'lidividwl I'rolils 1 t. . .8:50,000.00 'J, 18(i.Sr 1,1-1.00 lI.'I.Cil I,!! 1(1.7!$ 810S,:!!t.r..!) A ilivnli'iid of $1.00 per share id bin-yin- now due ami payable on demand. .1. K. Cox, IY.KfiimxT. r-- :o t t1 r - Srr! r'i ui imik. u ilii. the wm om tnnrl: 01 hountmiil l.rowii'it Itiiii Itllter.s 1 .Muiif 'exiMiiis sua l'lupl f M.al.i In Tldi C mntjy. Tbi'.i! ar C l.MHi native s f Ire iI fits utopped lice by Dr. land ri t' t eili s of tho Uir.cd Kli'i-- 's : ' "J uati'is of Eii'tind C.rt.it Nerve Uestorcr. No States, l ami 5u.C m .,f fif.tlat'd. New York '.its aftci lirst tlny's use. Marvelous uud PI :i .tl Ij bin have tho largest prop ji ;.cn ef In b boen iulii.'oii.tiJiH. cures. Treatise and fi.oo trial kittle Da!....i;e. Ht. Louis nml Cnicuriaii fi.-- to ritcai'.. Send to Dr. Kline, havt th ' l.-.-i t. There aie 111 ro Arch st , 1'hil.i., Pa. Pof sale by 111 Pi.ii.tdehJiia than there oil 36 y are in New YorK. In proporliun to '' d.ugUs; call on youis. the whl"pu; v.uhoii, there are nn-rnr.thub of E'. 1. :.d 111 Pittsburg than theio are i.i Ivw Yi rk. They aro leant in 'ii vous hi New Orie.in.s. Tho census r. tarn-- , lej-- tiian f.i) natives of Seotl it el ii New Orleans. Rovton has 1..100, Clucago fl.SO'J anl New York 1.030. New York Sun. ,7aMitjHiwBflHij(iTJWWralBWnaMBBIB a nl.tntMJul An.lll... r l'S.--Aling-li-hmee kittKw, j .im, Alfl tl irb. Ot lliCKiuiiltiu. im : 4 1 i i 1 r ti.?'j??!!v; If .l. n.!Tl-M-l..- ' i 1 Tlic l'iiiii-- if liifTj'. JtuK'c Puffy Ilowtlid you come to steal this ludyV poekitbookt Piinontr- - 1 ti.il it to t.ret even with her. She stole my heart the 10 mint the looked nt inowith thoo lovely 1 yes. L.tdy reftist s to press tbo charge, r.rd tho case is dismissed. Texas Miffing. laszmismvzaxttrx&xstsxszsxtauniiesz, 1 JentliusincsconJuc'tJIorMootmiTt rct. i !Ouh ornccic Otpositc U.S. Patent Orncti J and ro ran cciurn imtcnt la less tliuo tluu lliuso i J mf to Ironi Wahlni;on. J Sv..il m ic!, dmwlnprp'ioto.,wlthdectlp. aurltc, i( lutentubls or y in. WoOur (ce not iluo nil patent not, Irco u(j It secured. S cbircc J A Pampiiict, "How tn Obtain l'atenu," vlth Jco..t it cams In tho U.S. and forcijiicountrlcij S cent Inc. Addrcu, (C.A.3SOW&COJ patent orncc, Washington, 0 Opp, D. C. i x, d "W$Km ?im rJ1- usa' rtfTTfySftafiif-7 i . : 11 1JI riir is itssi r'rti 'J ( '! 8k3S3ggW& fa. ri,K -- ?- Tn m mm l!J,.,'!ii ht fr m&gmsz A View lit tlltl Ulll'Illl'8. make-believ- I plighted my troth to the sea ne.u which I who born, but in Denver and Salt Lnko City, loveliest of all our iu laud cities, I felt 11 straining at :ny loyalty, aud when I saw in tho din ing room of Mr. W. N. Bycrsof Denver tho great square window rlint his wifo ordered inudo so that sho might franio 200 miles of tho Rockies as in a pieturo I admitted to myself that thero was much to be said for "t'other dearoharmor," and that, in tho languago of Denvor's poet. Cy War-man- . "God was good to niako tho mountains." Julian Raljh in Harper's. Ea..w- - - v 'rrr- - TJi r, .S lU'iff IraaJtir?r i j I 242 jw&s-:---".-- -- zzgzziz;: iktween Urook and If. THE CITY Pfo,)tl OR , Truth. An Intuit UcM'iiti'il. Tho Clerk What Is your husband's Nos. 231 to luimo, madam? Tho Customer John Smith. Tho Clork Plain John Smith, ch? Tho Customor No, indeed I John's THE OEiST tho handsomest man in Dingtown. JOHN SEARCY, Proprietor. Hast Market Street, ft.'KSiM Streets." STATE. o $1.00 , PER DAT FOTEL gjirt(rTifiigvri.iKaEriJCTjtfxjai7a.riaiiwTipta IjO-ULijsTT-ille- "JdSLorLt'VLO.y- - . . v r tutmuuumvrpm rwnnri war Mfu IiiMirniirr. To those who have properly under-stw- d wns. fAIfiO.&eO.' SPEGIAlBfilVIS THE TIME HAS COME. its advantages, life insurance has long been considered a valuable privilege of providing for the dependent ones whom one may leave behind. In recent years it has taken even .tronger tone and is now looked upon by right thinking men ns not only n privilege but a duty. Why should men live for years with debts hanging over them suffi cient to annoy nnd trouble their families if not to bring them to want after those upon whom they have depended have gone? 11ns a man the moral right to thus jeopardize the living of his wife and family when protection in the form of life insurance is plnced within such easy reach? Upon such fine business principles is the plan of insurance now arranged that it is profitable ns nn investment even if a man outlives the period of his insurance, nnd infinitely comforting it must be to a man brought down to death to know that those he left behind Win will be well cared for. stmamsaMnmvaii-Kumxiii'V- J (3-eDn."CL3- -Te r,B""nSE2Xi rtrnT'T'i T,'''TrfTr''g beginning isMzscsra Wo propose to make the week 3"CnT A memorial STIEE :;' one in Prints, Ginghams, Dress Goods, Silks Hosiery, Notions, White Goods. A Genuine Sale. Our Stock Must Go. "And the. Good Work Goes on." . JlW'tg'll'J l - - Jll KCHiaacanRaKsa.tcHaaKgK-Jiii- tww IiiiiortiiiH lo I'rulilliillnnMN. Will every Prohibitionist in the county please write me nt Arnold, I'HEMIUM! Iluy your Straw Hats of Carson & Ohio county, ns regards the advisaOne nice Patent Head C'.uit.ir Riven Co. bility of us naming a candidate for to anyone Huyinjf Si; oowoilh of goods Gro the Legislature this fall. There were Stevens & Collins for (except oils and aiiits) nt my House 53 votes cast for Hidwelr1 last fall. Let ceries. Wtwwit this and Jnmuiry I, 1S94. us hear from each of them nnd all Finest Teas in town at Stevens cc 51 00 woitli ol tioids boiiKht nt one others who have declared themselves time entitles, purclmerto one ticket. Collins. for our party. This is an important Kisp'y. 25 tickets : RUitar Childrens Shoes for 25c, nt Car- matter. W. M. Likins, Ch'm'ii. llaitford, Ky. I.. II. IIi-- n. son & Co.'s. Fin day, .ir !:- -. im:i. Trade with Carson & Co. Tracy & Son for Groceries. y It is every man's plain duty to insure. In casting about for a reliable company, the people of this country have pretty generally ngreed upon the United States Life Insurance Company, represented here by Col. S. R. Dent. He has paid thousands of dollars in this nnd adjoining counties, and has been uniformly prompt mid obliging in his settlements. The following letter from one who has cause to be grateful is only a sample of hundreds of such which the faithful agent receives. Read it and think about your case: RociinsTKit, Ky., May 21, 1893. Mk. S. R. Dijnt, Agent United States Life InstirauccCo., Lcitchficld, Ky.: Di:ak Sin 1 am in receipt of the draft of $1,000.00 in payment of the policy on the life of my late husband, Thomni J. Gaines. I wish to thank the United States Life Insurance Company for the very prompt payment of the claim, as it was paid within five days alter proof of death was furnished. When Mr. Gaines insured, ago, I had little idea a year and would be the recipient that I of his insurance, yet such a lesson leaches the uucertaiutv of life nnd the certainty of death. If any husband or father now uninsured could see the value of life insurance as I now see it, twentyfour hours would not elapse before an application for insurance would be made through one of your agents. I will recommend to my neighbors that they carry insurance in the United States Life, and I shall always take pleasure in stating how promptly you settle claims. Very truly yours, Mary S. Ga:ni:s. lf y ri.iMiiitit.v. Ice for hale nt miv time nnd any quantity, at Williams llros. If you want anything hi the 11 tf (iro-eer- y Tracy & Sou Green Coffee. have the very best line, call on Tracy ii Sou. noo.l job of Watch you w.itit If repairing or anything in the Jcwerly line, call on C. It. Martin. Koek-por- t, Joshua Miller, living V'riday, lost n fine horse last by it's falling into n well. Mr. I?. W. Taylor and family left last Tuesday for Greenville where they will make their future home. Macho, Java and Rio Coffee mixed nt Stevens & Collins. hats at Carson See the latest novelties & Co.'s. in straw You can get I7lbs of sugar for$i., in cash, nt Carson & Co.'s. Do you want the 1II5ST Groceries? . Call 011 Stevens & Collins. Leave your orders with Casebier Ilurton lor prompt attention. A new lot of umbrellas and fans. Causon & Co. 'V v 1'he Daviess County Ministers' and Deacons' Meeting convenes nt Sugar Try a pair ol those clover leal shoes. Grove. Daviess county, next Tuesday. Causon & Co. Cliltou Shown, of Fordsvillc, is Our Milliner, Miss Sara Collins, is ngent for 11 splendid life of James G, doing n big business. Causon & Co. lllainc. If you uish a good book give We are always on to the latest in him your order. Hats. Causon & Co. Marriage license since our last rellring us your Produce. port: James M. Peters to Mrs. PruTkacv & Son. dence A. Hudnell, Chas. Ulanchaid to We want your Hutter and Ivggs. Frances A. lloskin Pay Cash or Trade. Tkacv ct Son. The M. 15. Church, of llayti, will We have on hand, Rice, Tea, Coffhold Children's Day services on June ee, Green and Parched, and Spices. The nth. Kveiyboly invited. Tkacv &Son. Church will be decorated ns never Our Store is at C. R. Martin's old stand Give us acall and sec what On account ol the inclement weathwe have. Tkacv & Son. er, Rev. R. A. Crow's appointment Young men, if you want to make a l.ist'Snndny to pi each" nt Victory' was withdrawn and he will picaeh there lasting impression on your best girl, take her driving in one of Casebier & next Sunday nt 11 o'clock a. in. gov in themselves accor- Burton's new buggies. dingly." Anything you want in Groceries Rev. J. C. Crawlord, o' Owonsboro, you will find nt Tracy & Son's, on pleached an excellent sermon nt the Market Street. Call and see us. Tkacv & Son. C. P. Chinch last Sunday morning. His text was Irotu the gospel accordThe people of Hartford and the ing to St. John and right well did he 11 ro. is a graduates of Hartford College, who Crnwfonl handle same. have been so lucky as to receive an forcible speaker, nnd pleased his hearinvitation to attend the Hanquctatthe ers. are looking Ilnrtford House Rowc Raymer, who was recently forward to the event with great exappointed Overseer on the Heaver pectations. Dam road, has put the road from The test case of T. 11. Hunter vs. Williams hill to Heaver Dam in better than it had been Tnylor Coal Co. for pollution of the condition perhaps waters of Lewis' Creek, in which for several years. So far as the work claimed a reparian right was is concerned Mr. Raymer deserves Hunter tried at the past term of the Court credit for what he has done. great and resulted in a verdict for the DGustav Frcse, pianist, of Louis- efendantthe Taylor Coal Co. The ville, wishes to tender his regrets to trial was of probably greater importhe people of Ilnrtford for his non- tance than any other since the celeKnvolving appearance here oil the evening of brated Ogden will case. which was unavoidable on claims to the amount of $23,000, and May 27th, account of sickness and he requests the further question of the rights ol me to ask the people to pardon him coal miners to drain their copperous for his failure to meet them at waters nnd pollute adjacent sttcams. the time, and say to them that he The case was ably prosecuted and will come Inter with a program that stoutly contested by GuiTy & Ringo and J. A. Smith for the Plaintiff nnd will surely please them. Mahgaiujt Nam.. II. P. Taylor for the Coal Company. e. t, The farmers are about through planting corn and tobacco setting is the order of the day. Health is good at present. Mrs. M. J. Park has measles. Rev. C. Coleman filled his last reg ular appointment here last Sunday. We have a good Sunday School every Sunday evening nt the Church. W. G. Crow is Superintendent. We would like to have had our County School Superintendent with us at the close of our school, which was taught by Prof. J. L. Hoover. We had good spelling in the morning and speeches in the afternoon by pupils. Our school was among the At the best taught in the county. beginning Prof. Hoover offered fifty cents to the scholar that would attend the 'most regular. There were three who attended one hundred days each. They were Daisy Hoover, Mosely The Hoover nnd 13. L. Xewcotnb. r could not be divided into three equal parts nnd to satisfy all of them he gave them a quarter each. Alex Hoover got a quarter for being the best scholar in school. After the premiums were nwarded the teacher treated to candy. James 15. Kirk nnd C. F. Funk furnished music for the occasion. Dr. Cottrell and James A. Park each made a fine speech and Mr. James Sullcnger, ol this place, then we were dismissed. started to Livcrmore last Tuesday May God bless Prof. Hoover and morning after some raft fixtures that Haitfoul RnrunMCAx, is the wish of had been shipped there from J. W. H. Evansvillc and ns he was going m m down the long hill just beyond No Owcnsboro Messenger says: Creek Church, in some way his teanl J. I5d. Bray, of the Whitesville making a neighborhood, while oil his way home became frightened and on lunge forward Mr. Sullcnger from Owcnsboro Monday, was shot in sudden over the the leg by Felix Poole. Both had was thrown front gate ol the wagon, seriously filled up on bad whisky and when his head and the train was near Shott's, Poole hutting the back of right side, besides hurting him interand took out his pistol, a carried to the resibegau to, work with the hammer. nally. He was dence of Clint Chapman near by nnd Bray told him to put it up or he would was nt once dispatched for hurt somebody and he had not more a runner under Dr.Baird, whose efficient treatham-mc- r than spoken when Poole let the ment he was nble to be brought slip and exploded a cartridge, the home Tuesday evening, nnd nt pies-eball passing through a seat nnd enis improving nicely. His team tered Bray's leg below the knee. ran to the foot of the hill and was Sam Jones has been engaged to de- stopped without doing much damage liver two lectures in Hartford in the either to themselves or the wagon. latter part of June. He lectures under the auspices of the local lecture club, Iinpiirliuit lit Nctiool I'miIi. which has provided some excellent Mr. '.. O. King, of Lagrange, repentertainments recenty. The subjects resenting one ol the best Furniture of the two lectures will.be"Get'Therc" Companies in the United .States, will These lectures be in the county in a few days with and "Stay There." were delivered in Owcnsboro several as fine lot of samples ns was overseen. months ago, and were the direct School Trustees will take notice and means of bringing Sam Jonc3 here in bo prepared to furnish each District his evangelical work. with new Furniture. Tlte time has The Ohio county springs, once so come when good seats arc essential to popular with the people of Owcnsboro a good school, and Mr. King can furare to be reopened this season on a nish them ns cheap or cheaper than scale which it is hoped will bring anyone. May 29. Ham-acherato-dahalf-dollato-dahead-foremo- st nt back some of the prestige they once PERSONAL enjoyed ns a resort for health and Mr. David Morton hns Henry Hani wick Is in town. pleasure. made extensive improvements about Mr. Jo. Mulhnll, of Louisville, is the place, nnd will make every nr- - in the city. raugemcut for the entertainment ol Dr. Nestor Harnett, Caneyville, is guests from n distance. The Falls of visiting friends near town. Rough Railroad now runs within three Floyd Chambers, Hawcsvillc, is atmiles of the springs, and a hack line tending Commencement. will be established to meet every Misses Clora nnd Onia Nelson, train. Henderson, nrc attending CommenceitacKi'oiir. ment. May 31. There will be tin Election Miss Minnie Baird, Kiudcrhook, is here Saturday, June the 3d, for the visiting friends in Spring Lick and purpose of voting a lax to establish a Graded Free School heie. We hope Caneyville. Misses Bessie and Lula Cox, that our citizens who are interested are the guests of their aunt, in our children will turn out and vote for this school. As there are nothing Mrs. J. W. Ford. we can get to help the town so much John P. Coleman, Louisville, was as n good school. We will have to the guest of his father's family the anyway and why first of the week. build n school-hous- e not ndd a little more to it and build P. L. Berkshire, Sr., Thruston a good house while we nrc nt it? Daviess county, attended CommenceThere is not n better location in this ment Exercises this week. seclion of Kentucky for a Graded Miss Verda Taylor, Owcnsboro, is School. We have as quiet a town as visiting Miss Maggie Stevens and atas one could wish, and there is not a tending the Commencement. more healthful town in Kentucky. Miss Georgia Pirtle, of near town, 1). W. Christian, wife and baby, of is attending the Kxercises this week, Mcllenry passed through town Satthe guest of Mrs. Lou Collins. urday evening enioute for Rumsey, Misses Alma Stinnett, Pearl Miller to visit Mrs. Christian's father, Win. and Estella Brooks, Whitesville, are' McDougal. ' Mrs. C. W. Tnylor, of Mcllenry, the guests of Miss Oma Wcstcrficld. Hon. 15. D. Gufly, after spending visited relatives in town Monday. ' Mrs. J. F. Ross is visiting her fath- a few days in Morgantown on legal business, has returned home. er near "Centertowu this week. Wm. Her went by way of Ceralvo Judge Atchison, of Owensboro, to the Decoration at Walton's Creek after delivering an nble nddress to the Tuesday. Societies of Hartford College, returnRoss & Campfield have got more ed home yesterday. new buggies in their livery stable, so B. D. Ringo and wife and Jo. B. the boys will be happy. Rogers arc attending the Kentucky Dock Herald says anyone having a Press Association and the World's second-hanlawn mower will do well Fair at Chicago. to call on or address Joe Smith. Hon. W. T. Hayward, after attendRev. Hendrie filled his regular aping Court, left Monday for Elizabeth-towpointment here Sunday and Sunday where he will spend a few days A. B. C. night. visiting his father's family. 1. ax::vvii.i.i:. L. F. Woerner left Saturday night May 31. John Martini of Beaver for Gatesvillc, Texcs, where he will Dam, was in town this week. visit the family of II. D. Bennett, a Mr. Lida llaird, of Spring Lick, former citizen of this county. visited her parents Saturday and Misses Lola Pile, Virgie Smith Sunday. Owensboro, near Hart- and Nettie Bennett, Miss Minnie B.iird, of ford, is visiting Mrs. Sallic Bowdcn nrc visiting friends and attending the Commencement Exercises. this week. G. W. Milligan, Haynesville; Tim Daniel, Spring Lick, was in Jim A. Taylor, Stanford, Illinois, and A. town Tuesday. Miss Sallic Miller returned from R. Renfrow, Sulphur Springs, were among our many callers Monday. Olaton Monday. Misses Jennie Casebier and Ella Mrs. M. II. Claggett left Tuesday for Central City where she will visit Wade, two of Rockport's most fascinating young ladies, are the guests her sister, Mrs. Perry Laceficld. Mrs. Jeff D. Green is visiting her of their cousin, Miss Fannie Casebier. parents near Short Creek this week. Harry Roberts, of Owensboro, Miss Ada Murphy, who has been a former College student, was renewvery low with typhoid fever, is im- ing old acquaintances and taking in proving. the Commencement Kxeciscs this The first paper ever published in week. this place came out Tuesday. Every-bod- y A little son of Frank Brown, of the is well pleased with the Caney-vill- c Herald L. C. Newman, 15ditor. Victory neighborhood, happened to a peculiar as well as a very painful acI.IU.IAN. cident Wednesday. He was playing C. M. Cole, Sulphur Springs, was in the lot when he accidently stepped on a cob which rolled throwing him in town ycstcrdiy. to the ground, breaking one of 1,1:1 iciivii:i.i. his arms. His father brought him to May 3 1. On last Wednesday night town yesterday and Dr. Baird alleviat 8 o'clock, Mr. Lent Hughs and ated the little sufferer by splintering Miss May Hughs, ol this place, were the arm. united in holy bonds of matrimony. Rev. Y. F. Barnett, a converted cowRev. Father O'Connors officiating. We wish them much joy and happi- boy, from San Saba county, Texas, will preach at Alexander School-hous- e ness. on the next Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m. and Henry Rowc is working new building that is going up on at 3 p. 111. Mr. Barnett has splendid Main Street. Miss Maggie Hogan letters from the Churches over which will have a nice little house when it he has charge, showing that he is doing mnch good for the cause of the is, finished. Bob Porter, of Cauey ville. was here Master. The neighborhood generally is requested to be present. last week. a m Mrs. Glinnic Simmons and little First Clint) Excurmou were Of the season to Louisville via the sister, Bettie Backer, of Horton, here on a visit to Mrs. J. H. Newport News & Mississippi Valley family on the 17th and re- Co., Saturday, June 10, 1893. Specturned home on the 20th. ial train and low rates. Saturday and Jack Layman, who has been in the Sunday in Louisville to see the sights West lor some time, has returned the beautiful Parks and to attend dihome. Jack looks like the west agrees vine services in the large city churches. For rates, time table of special with him. apA certain young lady had the first trains and all other information, ply to nearest ticket agent of the kiss from the groom the other night. Company. Dr. Rains, of Caneyville, was in ( town attending the Decoration. Judge John P.Morton, Sam K. Cox, John Carlton, Canevillc, was in town Louis Guenther, Jo. L. Carson, Col. J. S. R. Wedding and U. S. Carson attended Memorial Services at WalPe'ler Bruner, of West Clifty, was in ton's Creek, the 30th. A. Lee Rowe, town R. P. Hocker, Rev. J. A. Bennett and Messrs. J. H. Rice and G. W.Long, Col. Wedding were the orators ot the Many thanks to those who furof this place, and Peter Bruner, of day. nished the dinner. It will long be West Clifty, made rattling speeches remembered as one of the happiest at the Decoration before a large days of my life. J. L. Carson. and appreciative audience. Old Chip. d n, 4 We have Opened up -- A- $4,000 STOCK Clothing, Hats, Stock Dry 1 cf Goods, Shoes and Notions at 622 E. MAIN ST., OWENSBORO, IE And will close them out in the next 30 days at and below cost. COME ALL, COME EARLY And get a bargain. W. V.CROWE &BR0. Opposite J. A. Small & Bro. ttstp HOCKER & TABOR'S ONE PRICE CASH STORE AT FORDSVILLE, KY. AND TAKE THEM YOUR Wool & all Other Produce YOU HAVE FOB, SALE. YOU WILL FIND THEIR TRICES HAS LOW AS THE LOWEST And their Goods the Best. They occupy the Gains House. mm Come to Hartford -- TO SEE THE- - SPRING OPENING OF C. L. Field's car of Buggies .just from the Davis Carriage Company. He will save you MONEY by Buying from HIM. Will sell you a Buggy, up to $73.00. in Cincinnati. Harness, Lap Duster and Whip from $00,00 reputn-tion The Davis Carriage Company has the of building the best Buggy for tho money ot any Factory So come and judge for yourself. i Only fiuiicyTilrU'llo Tlili. Saucy girls hnvo a way among themselves of buppressing antiquo nuocdoto that is oven mora disconcerting than tho small boy's quondam chestnut boll. Whoa nn old story is indulged in tho relator i. brought to ti son i) of her enormity by seeing uuothor of tho company s handing about what sho calls in lumnr of tho 200th uppoar-ance-." Ciuciuuuti Enquirer. "so1-venir- AGENTS Wewrc6d:Zrr townDEALERS JACK FROST 29 FREEZER. "il 'J C'iruu I'ur Crrut Bieyclo club, wtis goiug nloug tho street tho other day with a friend when they met a midgot from some dimo museum. Jack ran up to him nnd said earnestly, grasping his hand, "How do you dot" Tho midgot didn't know Jack und said so, but Jnck excused his familiarity by saying: "1 know you don't, nnd 1 don't know you, but I'm so darned glad to meet homo one smaller than myself that 1 couldn't help speaking to him. No harm. I hopol" Boston Globe. Jack Feeilt, president of tho J). A Scientific Machine made on a Scientific Principle. Save their cost a dozen times a year. It is A child can operate it. not mussy or sloppy. Sells at sight. S?nd for prices and discounts. Murray St., NEW YORK. Rox-bur- y MAKES ICE CREAM IN 30 SECONDS DUN JKmXLTtK1T?XTXrT2KVm $37.50 SOUTHERN QUEEN $37.50 It it possible a Top d Buggy with Dash Rail, Seat Rail, Handles, Hub Hands and Shaft Tips, for above price? Silver-plate- ' i in Chicago, 10.000 iu Cloveland, 8,uun in Now York, 2,300 in St. Louis and 1,400 iu Milwaukee. Kansas has a paper published In tho state penitentiary called The Prison Trusty. Its hendlino motto is "Tho 'Pen' Is Mightier Than the Sword." Tho largest desort is tho Sahara; 3,000 miles from east to west, 1,000 from north to south; area, 8,000,000 square miles. Tluro aio tiu.uuu UoYienTiiuw in the hief American cities 25,000 of them Write for our New 80 page Catalogue Auuress THE SOUTHERN BUGGY 00. CINCINNATI. r ... w ' 1 1 of all kinds of Vehicles. OHIO, U. S.'A : . 70t X 'vlxf, " , HiiiUBHl bJu Mmvjill -- fc.tc.i:xrayi rraKpnmaMaw wmawLrttMirMBfcwvTra.i.'i''ir.w wtarmMivMwCTS'vir'rgm'iTgrT with his mouth open, while the Fitin HE PUT GCCSE TO ROOST. and Gieck gruel is being poured into rim I'nto of it Prophet Who I'rmtniK'il nil measured up his Ml UminlritxK of rarnilii,?. ntinvY, .iusii infrf.""" and throat. He is now college, lletc declined ic.idy for "Don't talk of agriculture to u the hypodermic injection is of n s'lll fnraiT." was Datiiel Webster's Thr IIiioUn nlTlir llllilc to a friend. "Discuss any other mote concentrated exnrt of the decay-i- d IN MltTRlCAf. Olllililt. is pmrel into his veins subject with him nit, literature, languages The follow tug lutes were composed political economy, finance but nover tr.J&& TteVlknSFk liy nn old guiitieiiiuii now icsiding in Jor nnother two or three ycirs, with fanning, for if you onco launch It is a wonderful remedy, which is alike benefiwas written on nn occasional smatter of science and Aitu.tgh, Ireland, It forth on that ho will find you tit oraiotithis eilit ictli bittluliiy. "I a daub or two of Kngli.slt, Thus is fault in somo particular nnd concial to you nnd your children. Such is Scotts Emulsion hive known liini." adds tlic gentle-nm- he prepared for life. His pirouts clude that ignorant in ono thing you of Pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil and Hypophos-phitc- s who sends them tp us, 'lor thirnil." ty years, and never knew a sweeter nrc cordially invited to be present nro ignorant inwas recalled by genof Lime and Soda. It checks wasting in the This ndvico a while the beloved oflspring, in n high or mole consistent christian. tleman of thii city recently upon children and produces sound, healthy flesh. It keeps Till; OLD TUSTAMliNT. falsetto voice, tells how "Rome fell." henring of tho experiences of nn In Genesis, the word was made by It would be much more to the point them from takin4. cold and it will do the same for you fanner, a friend of lite, who, God's. Untighty hand. had he told us how sugar rises. Poor after n long nnd nctivo career in Scott's EmuWInn enrso Coughi, which ho hndnchioved fnmo nnd for- In Kxodus, the Hebrews matched to boy! The breathless quiet of the auColds, Conamartioti, Scrofula aud the promised land. dience measures the interest which fine, relinquished nn extensivo pracall Anaemic anil Wasting XHscase. Livitictts contains the law, holy and the world at la'ge takes in the nfTairs tice of law for bucolic superintendPrevents wasting Jr. children. ence over nn estate- not n hundred ns iinlntnMo n mill:, C.'rt only of two thousand yc.irs ngu. Our ora just and good; F miles from Now York. tlip trrmilnc. Prepared by Scott ,t jriUAiJ Numbers records the tiibes enrolled, tor descends from the platfotm nnd Shortly nfter ho nssumed the Downc, Chemist.'', Nov? lVrk. fiolj ly all sunt ol Abraham's blood. steps nut into the world with his of his farm tho lawyer retil l)niRI!. MADE ONLY BY Moses in Deuteronomy, recounts hands full ot roses and bananas which ceived n visit from ono of his "neighClod's mighty deeds: his best girls have sent hinv He bors, a shrewd old fanner who had wsu unart rv.inTayyTo.-ttj.a.M!- ; rxxvrrs rrvrT3J Uravejoshun, into Cauanon's land, now looks about and asks the first never been a hundred miles nway from his homo. Various matters y nnd Oplom xcaMtfl great question of his life: "Where am were discussed ns they the host of Israel leads: HfflffM PfP walked nbout vsawHWJtwp ' f vuim niiliuu lVI.il In Judges, their rebellion olt provok- I at?" He sees around him the the fannyard inspecting tho now llnilnMni'iitl'l ,u" ouitiaiii.iW'cofrAr rt .VrSf3i3wcz " ii.i.mnti.i.KY.;i.i. v r;ed the Lord to smite, brilliant glory that streams windmill, improved water troughs, j AUarta, Uu. OlUcu lOI.WliltcliuUM. head-ligh- t the Uut Uuth records the faith of one well from of the cattle sheds nnd' other "new fancied llxillL'S." pleased in His Sight; great locomotive of practical knowlNaturally tho amateur betrayed In First :iad Second S.unuel, of Jesse's edge, and mistakes it lor the uicpli-iti- c i.orisvn.i.K.sr. l.oi'.s a rr.x. n.it his gross ignorance to his more pracson we read: phosphorescence that gather tical nnd experienced uZtfSSiii' coninan on. St, Lv.i S&araVIT.t aw Ten tribes, in First and Second Kings around thehall decomposed forms that The latter wns something of n wit WTO AUZi&VW revolted from his seed; nave crawled out ol a deader past, mm at last, in visitiiii; the jioultry v;nhy ifJ 91 e srnniiui.i: in Kl'PKirr NOV. 1, ihi. ventuml a suggestion. "This ' $,W-INlsia.yThe First and Second Chronicles see With too much dignity to become U f'or .No.M, No. M, "'--, book-agenlead, I VIST IIOf.Mi. Jiul.di captive " MUUt " a and not enough lor a ", "" "'", L. I.nllfllll' Uut IJzra leads a remnant back by ?'IH. 111. , til, lm Wrt point K'llll. Ill, 7ISM , in, princely Cyrus' aid; ' ,.,,,. iilol1ilt nf remnants of experience picked up ..i tlmul, i.tiiirif )ij .. 111. III. nun, r,mUn,l .. .. ... ' ' The city walls ol Zion Nehemiah duriiiR the suiniuer vacatio.i anil rocs tne amateur, "l vo seen them squat-lrMiist"ii .Kin. in, f7 p. Strl,eifDirt H.si r. tn. list p. in , builds again, back to the farm ting around at night nnd thought l"1 III. 'I IK1. 111. they liked that. I'll havo it attendWhile Ksthcr saves her people fiotn IIiui"tI!' Illl n. in. lii.lii, in. SHND twelve cents in iiotage ed to at once. Low roosts I suppose l.)Mlporl the plots of wicked men: MoWr. lluV.n.lll. IHtSI i. iii. 0rlllwirn l.'i lit i. iii. 11:11 i,, , Eoct Celt ESeo In lho wmM for tht price. In Job, wc read how faith can live be- stamps to3oCorcoran H'.tilding, Wash- would bo the bestt" S'itl)llliTim farmer thought they would. W. L. Douglnssloo9uiocoldoveiytticio. . l'l p. 111. ington, D. C, and you will receive Everybody tuoulil irenr a neath nllliction's rod; Isa'p ip. "Place them about two feet from yon owe yeurn'll to Rot Item, it valuedcty Ar. IIhmIi mi, tho best for your money. CC3nos.irotnycurtoottu:irl)7 David' Psalms arc precious songs lour copies of Kate Field's WashingAnd lho ground." ho remarked, and then, Nii.CS. Xo.M, ton, containing matter of special in- smiling in his slcmes, unhitched his purchaMogW. L. Douglas Shoos.vhicii KASrttofXIi. iMlly. ily lor every child of God: reprncont tho bout valuu rtt the prln-- s I.V, Iln Qbovo, ns tbcnonids can tellly. .)piMk-itCitv Oeale. 4li. DIEIVKi:, .Mininger. 7M. in. it. Up, m, The Proverbs like a goodly string of terest. Give name and address, and old mare and drove away horn. i No Plil,tltntp. 23Tn!.-9 :nr n. m. SK'tt1ll p. Not a moment was lo-- t by tho for where you saw this advertisement, ry Wed'i work n eliipmnn,l...ily, iii:ility enii.iilereil. N'onopfnulne without W. I. choicest pearls appear: Kepniring timl lei,c'ro nrTarnf fnitJ. p. in, "Tn.iti. mer Now Yorker. Ho erected his Doulin naxo nutl .prlco staupvU on bottom. Look I.,'li"liirt ICcclesiastes teaches man how vain all Writ wh-- n jouba,-M'in.in. M). m I'painiiug I in i.,v ,h a cmII. IU'tiCiIKS I'UO.M S!l") UP. duel: roots nnd at nightfall visited A Warmly arreted. W In Douglas, ltrncttton, Jinny. Sol.l ly lln. villi in. All" p. in things here; In "Tho Staff of Diamonds," ono of his poultry yard to observo how tho . rtotrrrt Kosiiii., i I. :W p. in, KSfrf fPCTTMi. te III. rr Hjt juuhvaa The mystic song of Soloman exults tho old, lurid melodramas of tho Lonfowls enjoyed the innovation. To Stiicii.,rt l;"n. in. lip. i, J r injtlott II iV ii, in. 7iA p. in, sweet Sharon's rose, don stage, Rosiun Vokes niado her his chagrin they appeared to ignore YKEH VOU GU TO GWE.'.SBQRb liMpiliuliiirj tl'n. m. 7,!ln. in. " "'Ifi-TI Whilst Christ, the Savior and the first nppenranco and delivered her the roosting place and wore sqtia,t- - j .IvVkj "BBP lnMt T' " p. in. "f'f Wt '&1 'iijKri.i.,Jit-i.--v"Wv-.!i-- r '"p. in rAt.wi ting as beforo on tho ground. King, the "rapt" Isaiah shows; first lines. Miss Vokes wns 3 years p. Tw . HiMi,. ii.i ' "Poor things, I've neglected them of nge. The sceno wns laid in n inin- The warning Jeremiah, the apostate ing country, nnd a envo in had oc- to.) long," thought tho humane-amVm m IrtiiiLtmi Israel scorns, ....w.....l. ..... ..., i. . .i.l .j v una i realize F.vijii'Vjf.--A'iti'1J:'uJI ,. ... . curred in tho mine. Among tho im- teui tnc Vv3isJiY4lc:;VJ'iil'w,v! CM His plaintive lamentations their aw. prisoned unfortunates was tho child's ch:i! mourns; ful dowu-Ial- ! father. A rescuing party was grouped pill K.ekial tells, in wondrous words, ol about tho mouth of tho shaft, nnd and some ono is nsked to volunteer to talco by daliiu mysteries: t king and empir.-- yet to co ue, provisions down to tho imprisoned w:it Whilst i miuers. ''Will you go down to help Danii--I in v. shins sees; papa.'" tuid tho little one's mother. v.T.l W Of Judgement and mercy, loo, llosc.i "Yes,"said the child bravely. Cheers lovc.i to tell: from tho audience. "And you nro Hull employer, perspiring and nil , Joel describe the blessed days when notafraid?" asked tho rescuing party. in tho Isirv. trying to balance the "No." said tho child in a ringing wAi looted ciititures on tho roo-- t. Go I with man shall duel I, hv.'ii which they would fa!) with Among Tekoi's her' stn.in Amos re- - voice and striking nn attitude. More "ijiire!:, ;tiael;s" the moment npplauio from tho audience and wild the call, hU lati; u..s imncd. It wa not excitement in tho pit. Wltilst O't.iili ill prophesies of IMottis Hero occurred tho transformation, In:1;; befiro the truth dawned udo f!?'f final fill : and the next scene showed tho in- lift! that ilvc'kn and gee?e were by nature to not to HvJ-.:- J Jonah displays, in wondrous tpe of terior of tho mine. The little heroine wns being lowered in a bucket, nn.-!-. AY.OH. I'fi'.iPKITOI? Chtist, our risen I.oid: i'S. He rctuixiil to h:s hou deeply ' i i. ' ling iii- -i in..,.,, rep.iirl unit nuwlv r,'Mieah pronounces Judah los- t- lost, and as she neared tho bottom of tho us'iar.K-- l of hi i jiorance and spe d sho cried: "Papa, papal I have shaft ; I but again restored: como to savo you!" and tho father i!y 1 came the 1. v., I.m;; Mock of the uinimieii. i.ncateil clii.n tojloiiot. Nahuiu declared on Nineveh just clasped tho child in his arms a3 tho i our.try l otr.-.i- ! Tho l.lstratiou of ' V! "' ". id KH'ali-o- r judgement shall be poured: bucket touched tho stage. This was Vi'tLster's ;... vice came in tho form .' V,' lunch ? Giw fc-'coming doom too much f jr tho already excited au-- , of nn entire ihregavd thereafter of A view ol Chalda.i's v; ' ' 7 iiiairuii. VJLstM ' . i.. pi.., um. .iii. f vi l .. i i f i -.' by tho man. . fri. h. dienco. Tltoy aroso en masso and uny opinioiu cApre.-'.-io- d Ilabakuk's visions gave: . W 2t2e& . nij I'lllmytd In New York his utterances had fSr-O!tn i('npio. i' vociferously demanded that littlo And Zeplmnah warns the Jews to A siV.C'.ALYY. Rosina 1)0 brought before tho cur- been regardi d as words of wicdom. turn, repent and live: tain. Miss Vokes inndo a thorough upmi no iimttor what subject ;ov. Main I Iaggai wrote to those who saw the raid imdeniablo hit on but in the country they her first ap : i wore greeted with: "Oh, pshaw, he temple built again; pearancc and at tho tender ago of 3 S01"' don't know uothiu. Ho in:ts gcete i nrvr vi-,- , i. n- And Zachariah prophesie I of Christ's years. New York World. l.l'jfjit to roost." New York Herald. :;v ii m i:.hiii, ivhj ,, i: triumphant reign; and A Queer Sect In Olilo. l nilliiliiNl.rllii.-Ilr- . lliilin. Malr.ehi was the last who ton died tin- t Iii Geauga and Holmes counties i:trnrU In ! fl- -.r TheLeaU:na Ro Iiublican Family Paper of llic United States, llli.. Jll!l.'ll chord: high pnph'.-tiBei f tea lm been in and out of reI( there dwells a roligiom sect who hold n I. ui"i innffli ... r MAIN pute, but we havo r rltauld havo im .r it.i.i n, t...i, ,fitvHit ill- I.. i .14 i( Its fiml notes sublime. y show the as a tenet tho prohibition of educat vn nrc. For tn!;j s7. Jo. Cn.sh in , r ,,'f... ni.il wiM ntf. ,Ml l w , 't ing children in tho study of geogra- doubt nw as to its umnilaut and coming Lord. i whlhi- IIm. ri,li.'i,l mi"1 priY properties. Wo cannot phy aud physiology. They hold that ret an.tive Tin: NB-.- t::st.mi:st. us mi ,1iH.i,JiMr.., ii'i i nit flrlnH!-.'think lightly of it as commonly . ii m ft Mh.ip t ' ., nn I ri , v. U tl MUthewand .M.ir!;a:id Luke aiidj.ihn, thccoaro mysteries that are sacred fur i; r.:i certainly prove r , ,. . h to tho Almighty nnd regard it as liirrvixv cur, It' i I, ,. It wrote, the Holy G'is;i'M . sacrilege to delvo into them. This harmful when not as in the iN. n nn- -f ill, tl,i lli .ii :.0'JSYILLZ rv.C f:sr.Ti'U' D.Mcribtng h i.v ill.-- Stvior die I, I lis sect - of - , i,... h nil' i , t..,i.,l ) h known as tho Amish, nnd their ca- light :hev.ii..itiu fover. I believe it Olvt-Kiil- l t i. '.Mill the luw i.f Tiwn. '"ininlv mn tnto. and a nuieh Nutiiuiil :s to withhold it in such cases. it, i. Miiit '1. lileaud nil II.- - taught: other peculiarities in dress nnd ) lit,". 'ii"(-n:.If. i. .,Ii. m ft.r apt to aeti.s rn ,tt. ' ' .. havo given them much no- Again, it how Go I the Apostles "tnv'il ". "'" IMtJri. Acts prove Y.mr Imtim won d lie incomplete! with. : i.i ..... Ni-irn icu m. CI'LuiIkW Zllr'l iii SirloPJll.' GTS t it it' not to employ J Tho house has adopted a aji' n 'lit that it i : owned with signs in every place: toriety. nit ii. in t'lit.wi. vri'riudiar.'lienwheii PUO.M AMI T special clauso in tho compulsory edu- it St. Paul in It'imaus. teiches us how Kyu )1 . - bam A a a -- ... a. cation bill for tho benefit of theso tho .n.'cls iin iti an irritable co:;di-tioy.& K 1 , II 1 wis saved by grace; a in in MAIO !tHt:.'f.(t WW t.lM.IIA.NT, Mrttoii. veal or chicken ee btraugu people. They are commuThe Ap:stle in Corinthians, instructs, I a Katiiiiml Family Paper, nist, their property being held by tho fcenec-- j tan, howowr, boused, having S"i.'irt).- Hi f i.t.iiliyan Biin-- i t'' and ..ives nl! tlm g.menil noV' of the U. S. no Mich aperient action. r, ptitiiti.iii. 1 exhorts, reptoves: church elder in trust. 'utnH I'lDfliiftt. .1 nttU iilin'iy nnd tlm world. U i;ive the event of fnreiiin IimU in m nutliell. The Quick and Hcsiralilo i?cuto It li:is i ',11 ) nave to uistinguun between a to yeitr' tNihluu, u'ter in When it is attempted to collect G.ilations shows that! faith hi Christ .iH'ptiniti! neiMiiiiiiontJ tin The Kimiily irelp. and our Ymiug Folk. rnMlmU' fmlfl. linn ill,, 'liltlrullj Its fines or compel them to givo bond to dietary suuublo for aeuto disease, nit- tr.Mlntun! Mi.' rtitiiM TO AM) 10M alone the Father loves: tl I Imiie Jtfnlli fXplmnt-ieoliunp mmttiunil tlm ndnurution if wives and daughters. wlien wo have to wait and tide over "r and .Sueii-ttell what send their children to school to bo difficulties r' iri. will, nttMiii.t. inl t''.iiii,..iiitil iti Xiw Y'irk I'lilbii'idiiliiit l!ii tlnxim liphesiins and Philipphns and ono that may bo bet- riur Im ii P'tii'i i iti iipi' , iit lr . taught English nnd other requisito Wi'.hitii'tt.ii Niir',h ii,1 l'i,'iinrl J is general Hilitical iii'w, rdiiorinU and dien-'i"ii- M are coinpreliotiMve, Christians ought to be: llllllill . CI M.ltlltl Ii i branches, they laugh at tho efforts of ter adapted to restore a couvalefcccut IIK.A, riTUM:.'IWwMi Vli. brilliant ai.il ux iiaiilivo. It AcrKMiltuml ilepirtnmnt Inn no r 'J'l Kltlll Olll! hgf l'll''.HHttII in Collossians bids us live for God and the officers. As a result thero aro or weakly patient. Tho highest nu i I,' U l.li- the eomitrv. Its Mmki; riPimrls an- - repot'iii?! :imlioiit- - in nil mirtHnf td.. for eternity; grown up men and women in theso tritive value may not bo d think it ".istirn smtl Uortiionotorn J'rln'fi Mn StxeiHl Coiititiet ennlilcH imtonl'iT tliin ni!i.inl!il .tniunil .in,l Tk.. point t'i In Thessiloni.in.s we are t night the communities who havo not tho faint-es- t is not) tho mnt huh in"iiiir. H'k"ir- - i;nt,.ii i.tMicv I!e)iitliiMti idea of tho world or tho country havo regMtl to in seh eti:g a dietary tor one' enr N'c.v Lord will come from heaven: A.l.i it- l.i'iiu l',.( It t . -- Sir Dyco Duck in which they live and aro totally ig- in acuto s.riiv mid I'ji'it- - in ' tl Ti'iitu, . '' In Timothv and Titus, too. a Dish-op- 's arjvfisvii utic ft. On au FSJ'rMS HRri J ittlit. it r "4i''V( tft norant of tho English language. They worth in Popular .Science Jlonlhlv. . iH't tn IMF4LLI1 r .trwt Ti'Xiit. Ai!mii-i.Mir.iii,i l,W dire t J. if tikn life is given: read no newspapers or other literairriiis nil 5itrl. I'l.BiMi .N. Y. Triliime. lejrular piitv ju-- r year 't'l freptt l.iuii'Im ii nnil ll'i- - ht'iuii null tffi I Urtir.t.t'vnivin? A Hi liiur.tiil'K ISfiuliitlmi. . Sl.(() Philemon inatks a Christian's love, ture savo tho Biblo nnd religious rri oti(mr wlwo j , or. SOUTH WiJST. ' llarlhin! IJepnbliean " Tho ordinary restaurant or UnmgMU StiMM y MtfATMG fJUvbi. which only Christians know; tracts printed in Germany nnd Penntie makes its reputation on v. sj -- ialtj III u I tllnrnilKl'li' sylvania. Cincinnati Enquirer. Th" Mini it, Hebrews reveals the gospel plan preof some ldnd. Deviled kidiu y i drew .S'-'.Total I IIaioahu, I'r'-.Im. II l'nri, I nMfr niiilliliiii.Hiiil iir.oliii.'Miii i'i-n'J figured by the law; more people to a certain iWuutant I'lipu Sliuutd lime Kept III l'rouilne. li'Hl nrrnrijffenipiii In limn .mil thrum!, n'lr teaches without holiness, faith bo provided for. Knglu-James A certain father, who lives out on than could irivitK i tlio time iiml Of tho CondJtio'j of tho is but vain and dead; '1 r.ilui, .Massachusetts avenue, not long ago chops niado another plneo famoiH. I'turi'il by tl.n biniili'd i!iibrriptioii amy beiii nt any time. St Peter points the narrow way in promised his littlo boy "a nice, large, Codfish tails l;epl up the reputation JNI.Y A MOIIT". IUIiK lil'luillti Ifillli'Vlllil Addrufsalliiiilerg to decorated rubber ball." Tho father of tho St. James hotel cafe when W. mil .MiMiiplilK, I't.ii tlm Iii- -t nud (ti,'l,i'.u which the saints are led; M. Conner was nlivo. Corned beef ii'rvlrx Imjimi'ph lli i llurml. John in histhree lipistle, still, on love returned to his labor after supper, hush was the foundation of the well r-Ti'lct.Tiiiii-Tiil- il' iiml nil and when bedtime eamo tho 'i l 1 delights to dwell; Q linn iiiri.l lj nppllii ti. .1. (t.'tli liiiinr . J H , nnd Christian mother might known restaurant of Nash Ci Crook, I t iri'ill lit Ilea) it litin, nn St. Jude gives awful warnings of just havo been been seated with tho tho old n I, I little in Welsh Times building. mi. :.. H:trtlonl, Kcutiu UUB w. rarebits made tho fortune judgment, wrath and hell: nCiit,::, '.r i " l.i curly headed youngster at herkneo lirkiiVlil.llil'.i llli The Revelations prophesies of that tre- - as ho lisped his evening prayer. Tho of it cool; in Poui th avenue. A BroadA.t tho C'.O'.O Of P'.IPHIPKS sus25K..a:iwac:'r zmemtKi littlo lips uttered tho "Now I lay way hotel is tho recognized metro iiiemdeous day Deo labor 31,1302. ti'J iioine- oi tno diamond Iwck politan ea-- cij When Christ, anil Chirst alone shall me," and ho had called upon tho terrapin. A dingy hole in tho neight& heavenly parent to "bress mamma," be the trembling sinner's stay. i:i:iOU!tGi:-when ho stopped suddenly. "Well, borhood of tho lioreol building U Frankie, why do you not finish!" patronized by ninny rich men ou ac- Xnt- i- tier! l.illii . . tl!2,72'5J!) nl A lln.T. asked tho wondering mother. Tho count of itsporterliousosteaks, which iie:ll J'sltlli:j,(i(ji.oo CMPPKIl J child's face, covered with a puzzled are sold at Dehnouico prices. Pato Furniture am! Fistimw. . l.noo.oo We will begin with our boy at the expression, was raised, and ho asked, and soups havo built up other jiluctB Oah ii" Hiitm iiml in oilier iu various parts of tho city. New moment when he leaves home, and "Mamma, does 'ou fink papa will Hanks 20,031.22 York Tribune. bring mo my ball ?" nppuirs timidly upon the steps of the ho will, my Iwy, ho "Why, of course will surely keep academy. Here he is nu't bv the his word." Tho S!W,2oJ.71 Iliu Al-- nf 1'rrlrlrn. littlo form again Fame is always hard to define, and presiding oflleer and told that the i was bowed low, tho head pressed LIAIJIJ.ITIlvS. thing for linn to do is to study Latin down in tho mother's lap, nud tho lit- it often appeal's that tho names nf f'..i.;t..l Stock $20,000.00 nnd Oieek. The boy looks up into tlo fellow concluded: "All yito, den. tho greatest philosophers of old arc lleservo 1.25W.14 unknown to many people. A gentlofi.afiO.OO .Surplus Fiiml. the persiinding face before him, and Dod, 'ou tan bress my papa too." iiiiiu ntniu uemi-- a jeciure upon1 Indianapolis Sentinel. KhJ.JIH diflident-ly- , other c r.,.... i..n i in his i.niiA,v. ....i.... Li V . . 'P6lcEa' T'7 Arili!!?97 .j).Iji5'?f AL- Tfcs. 0Ti " fii.Jios.oi "Yes, muni." He is now placed town, and two of tho citizens were ,AI",al,s Trmtnmut of Jiipunun Children. on n bench and taught the decayed It has often been said that tho Jap speaking of it. ?!):i,'-r)4.After a few remarks uiwn tho lc languages for two or three yeais, and aneso are tho most interesting, the Siih'cribi'd nnd o heloro me turer. Mr. U.jwh nsked. "What nm when his leis h ive grown long enough strangest, oven tho (puuntest people Pericles anyway, Smith;'" tlin .lnniuirv IM, ISD.'I, for his leet to t.iuch the floor, is said wo know. In no regard is this truer "Well, Brown, I don't exactly than in tho caro thoy tako of their .Siiiiuiv Tam.oii, D. C. 0. (.. to be prepared lor college. He can babies. Such a strong foundation is know, but its somo kind of shell- In submitting tins ve beg to state conjugate sum- i. c, a trflc; can tell more necessary than elsewhere to a fls,," Im. Mcn.lily grown "Oh, yes! Then of course 'tho ago' ih'U our difTeience bitwecn a ram and a nation where man is bom to the remain hns referenco to tho time thoy havo ,,:u'h '"nth hinco our opening, and rat; knows all motit Julius Ciescrnnd n baby his wholo lifo. len-- l etiM'ful.iviitelii'iiliiees mill This tender and intelligent atten- been out of water." Yonth'a lUun. by the the unpleis'intness between him and n strict of the piincipIeK of pauiou. Ariovistit-- : thinks Ins heart is on his tion paid to tho baby is part of that the iiio-- i roiiwivntivo Hanking, wc "W'onmii" Ilt'tlvrTliim "l.nilj." left side, and that a cow has but two uniquo Japanese system of rearing hope nut only to extend our iieipmint. healthy and happy men which There should bo a now distinction iiiicp, but to p'ovii ourselves worthy toes on each foot. He lias a confused makes European and V:e arc manuracturers of 3:Jfjic3, Gnrls Snrr'tQ aid CasTlrujos, and deal dirgctly wittt t American established which would show that a idea that coflee grows on the fence in that so many other Japanese lady is a woman who is of no use hi tlm eonlideni'f that is being so liberal-l- r tho consumer, thus saving him the per cer.t. usually ?aiii to mlddlo men. Our prices aro reas iep'Lil in ii". llourbou county, and that sue.ar is lonecits aro a severe shock to their tho world, however great a necessity We ma here to tieeoiniiiodate the onable, and wo guarantso satisfaction. Respectfully, feelings. Albert S. Ashmead, M. D.. fcho may bo to society. The woman, from the trees down shaken liko tho man, should bo satisfied with people, null aud every liuinc?s, At least he hns in Science. around Cincinnati lie extended to litem, tho nppellation which convoys n courtesy not been tntight to the contrary. All KiacD vdsribafC. facri-lic- ed Happy and contend ,'b a home with "The Ro. meaning tbnt tho narrower word hut in no eac slitill safety be sit-- 1 of these long years he has been i, for friendfliip or to ohtiiin chcilcrt a lamp ul'.li tlio lijhtof the morning. cannot furnish. Woman is by far robii. ; his nest Cwatosues.writeltochsttc .iipCo.,NewYork. ting hke a Qwejuuoro, Ky. Jons il.liAitsr., CVliicr. tho more respectablo and dignified title, Milwaukee Journal. gftrw;ti"VLW"rttiti.")im"i :ui,--iut- Hartford Republican i nd-vii- e Will &niTYi)ipJe$& They wach their KsWW SS4 clothes WITH hridrai ms Al-m- K n iir am-ntc- ! - Tl?di'swberetl?eyei man-ngeme- mm 1111 fcsr-x- jr -f ""u i wp so ETT1 the if style. ' t N.K.Fairbank8cCq St. Louis. I srcs&332i.is"Bs)S2js: ;9.vrtV .vl. t'J, IrMh, i lihi, I t, ,'" '.. &)iAA&sM ' W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE sew" l;i. 1 11. H ,, .rWTTk 'crcia Ctou-ri'iir- t - 1 I -iin I.p iSpaatia o "gfcf BEga'S7 .I.T-n- ii ,, Thiee-year-ol- it Tiiu, !. t .rr "' t , rafll ; cx-- I .. l s - - m RiH0MWf y ter-rili- o.;,v:wX.r ;. ishvh c:i?t WrMlm WmM$m 5i9S3 M 1 .un:AUT1T'Ky. V.cJ ? 1 m M !iiiIi.U:,1 ,.,.',,:., l n.-.-- :;?.' It''s.' - ..-- wmmm ' i-I i I , J I .irf. L'r J'rattK.w.?iiH l, Mi-u- e c ',i'c ..- -i i 'S'n 'AkW'm' 1 ..i , ..'.' 'vV - ' 53 ' ('in oriie Home Newspaper V Ti:SS Nili.-i.- .1 i pre-ps.ui- i. 1. i f '' . ! - THERliPUBLfCAN c.. 30 w t - Inn-gun- m-- i i- - , . 1 tt 1 . York y 6r; ft tvA v uure. sup-.rio- wKrlil-xi.- l.' '' -- l . Kll'h-II.IM- i'it ('(i.-lllll'tt- Urii-mi- " - diK-asos- LT1 f ' tfe for 02:i3r Si2S ipox- ;r,:r. t, ilrii-'-lii- . STA.T. n Wc funiis!) both Papers ono yesir lor S1.25, over-faithfu- nr UL Bsaver Dam j t i ' m - i.i:a.o SiQ.w:; u.kia tiliucs .& y Tili-Slor- - " l!. I -- - 71 I i r J bu-iiu- -s WcszjTDZ IF&jO. SSCilsLG). ladiei-forgo- I bus-ine.-- P. 8 & CO. yo-.tiii- f i't . . SJ