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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1893 hao1893060901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1893 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. '"rfJS',iiC Mttsiaia iMassttMawsiti nmriiii wfiHsTO ' You can got the Hartford Hepuijlio and the New rr one i Tribune one I year for $L.2d, cash. i i y The JO, S, ROGERS, Hart OFFICIAL ORGAN OF IKE PARTV IM Republican. TH3 FOURTH CONGRESSIQIIAL The Rei'Ujvlican and Courier-Journboth one year for onal ly $1.75. Fublieher. DISTRICT, TERMS SI.2S Fer Annum, Is Ad nnce. '' Subscribe now. -. VOL. Y. HARTTOED, KY., ERDIAY, .TUNE 9, 1893. soon at- nr requires thought. Hut thu simple act l.i huomi to many that Dr. Fenner't Uoh'cnllcllcf cures Coatmtnptlon. It I. w ir 1 W 1 ctery tlma "oc ,? a"rt ln CVOrJ ' CM, r'ilK ncn used teloro 4:iJAa5?Cjfe? ' it.. ......... hare bo. illO (U.l eomo too fir disorganized. Hero's a typical cobs: Miss Jones, ar;rd SO, has lost S3 pounds, checks bar tin "lioctlj flush"! coughs ni.d raises all tho tliuo; hss Just returned from tho BoutB, whero alio apnt tho winter. Did Cut Improva. Shn taken 5 urnpi of Dr. Former's Ooldon lie llcf. on a mail lirap ot sujar, osco In 2 hours. Improvement utiles at osce. la 2 uciki aht has gained JO pounds. In 0 weeks aha weighs IM and Is cntr.n. Tho remedy Is a Uviana ln Inm.amuatici. Ko inflammation, ns sore-net- s, no consumption. Thus It cures r. Icnj list ot aliment from a comaca euro tlroit, to a (travs brouchrls, as'itna tnd eortuir.ptlon, from a toolhscbo to n crave neuralEla, from a headacho to a gravo rhcuxttisin nuda from summer complaint to n grave dysentery, cholera cr llui. T.ils TUur,a of replication has sometimes unjustly caused It to ba dubbed a Hut It lun U 4t euros one disease, "cursalL" snd that Is inf.cmmalloi InCttnsiailon cannot eslat In Its presence and that "ri.'rri the prob-ttm.- " Ono doao cures LaOrlppe. It never disappoints. Contains no opiates, nar colics or mineral poisons, Perfectly safo. Money rot u'.di A If situ faction not glrcn. Tiks homo a bottlo NO. 45. zine, for only $3.00. The Republican and the Cosmopolitan, a leading maga- t -- I I r $ She tracted its mother's attention. came to the door and look in the sitvice for grinding the morning coffee. uation nt n glance, but did not stop to A little slide starts the motor, and She I low can the peculiar actions of think of what was best to do. when the coffee is ground and falls " animals at times 1c accounted for? It s.iw the child was not being hurt but did not know how soon it would be, into the coffee pot n weight turns 01T 11 seems at such times as if they were the motor automatically. acting under the mysterious direc- so she rushed out to pick it up and Meat may be chopped, fruit juice tion ol sonic unknown psychic pow- carry it into the house. pressed out, air ice' cream freezer Hut the wild cat objected to this there may er. Who knows but that turned or cream extracted in an inbe some truth in the tradition of the awl stood in front of the bnby, while Will nmellcft tlilr ttrnfti.Mlnn In nllfliM Aii.t stant lrom milk by various other de- tion. This he refused tooiTcrontheplea the latter was playfully pulling its Hrahmins nbout tltctrans.uigrntion of Ohio and adjoining counties, and rourt of Appeals vices of which electricity is the mov- that it would be a confession of his Hpeeiil Attention given to rrinunal practice an does not seem as if wild tail. Hut Mrs. Kdwards rushed on, souls? It 2n22ly ing power. guilt. lie had appealed the case and collections, beasts ever treat one an other in any determined to have her child. When There are baking ovens, heating pleaded for grace and delay until that she got close the beast mistook her rebut a natural manner, and never stoves, saucepans, broilers, griddles, appeal could be heard. Hut the house fuse to pounce 011 what they seem to intention, thinking she would attack sadirons and various other utensils, was obdurate; flic Speakers chair was him, and jumped for her throat, but consider their prey. Hut there are which may be nttached to any electric declared vacant and a successor to numerous stories of wild beasts refus- missed it and buried its teeth and HARTFORD, KY. light wire. The voltage in thecaseof Davis was elected. The appeal to the Ty'lli ptuMlcn his profession in Ohm and ing to devour human beings when claws in her shoulder. Uaby thought these household appliances is from 50 Supreme Court had been prosecuted and the court of Appeals, bpecia they might as well done so ai not. it was fun and laughed louder and inttetitlon gta en to collections. and has just been decided, the decisto iro. The latest of this kind is told by Mrs. louder. Ofikonortl. side putlte square. T3 7ly The pain and flowing blood caused The ovens, which possess many ad- ion of the court below has been susljdwards, a rancher who lives a few vantages over an oven heated by gas tained, nnd the brand of dishonor miles from 1'ortersville, in Tulare the niotner to fall to the ground, and 1). D. RINGO, K. V. OUFFf . then the wild cat returned to continue placed upon Davis' brow. or kerosene, arc lined with asbestos, county. Cxviffjr Ss its romp with the child. What a lesson this young man's so that there is no radiation of heat The ranch is a slioit distance from It was all the woman could do to into the room. The heat is npplied downfall teaches to young and old the foothills of the Sierras, but wild at the top and bottom of the oven alike. He made haste to be rich; he beasts are seldom seen there, and the crawl into the house for the purpose "tffit practice In all courts of Ohio and adjoining nlike, and may be controlled by a counted as nothing the honors that family never think of having any of getting a gun, which she should ountms, and In Superior Court and Court of Appeals. Collections and alt legal business attended when had been paid him by nn admiring switch 011 the outside. fear of them. In the mountains near have had in the first place, but to. '(Mice, Ko. 33 11. Market tHartrord, Kr. There is a thcremoineter attached people, if he might, through devious by there is plenty of all kinds of she arrived there found she could not to the oven showing the exact degrees ways, win wealth;' the odor of a good game, anil the beasts seldom leave reach the place where it was hanging nw a of heat; and there is a piece of plate name was as naught to him if he native wilds to come ne.tr the and was too weak to get on a chair. their There was no use in thinking of the glass in the oven door, so that the might pile up foul dollars reeking 4TT0RNEY AT LAW, haunts of man. a t ruilly by am one of eltliir tcx hi any gun question, so she took a large cooking may be watched and the heat with dishonor. Power, position, the IJSL&JZZTFOZZJD, It was only a short time ago, on KITZ". I art of the country, n fin l wllllnc tuMiut. Imlui. may well graduated if it is going on too rap- respect of the multitude, all were In fact, the intending to fight the lrlou.lv at tin' viiiplowmiit wldoli e fnrid.li. it butcher-knif- e Hi. labor In light mi. I pir .ant, and jmi run no one of the bright spring days when pushed ruthlessly aside in the mad contend the fire of a bijj brain bums idly. llik Hliati'tiT. Unit ou uiit i" uiiilo.fu that was pleasant to stay out of doors. beast to the end. Jim can Kill' Hie bii.lms. a tnal uiiliou, 1'Xkiiid The greatest objection to the oven persuit of that which has never yet When she got outside again and saw olTthe hair, as forest fires sweep away 23. 3S. tiMoiirfiir. I'ur thitu' ulllnii,uilu llttli Murk, Mr. lidward's little girl, about three Hill li tlie Rraiid iitler t . !i i u mil ttiik the two playing togethcr.she thought the brushwood awl thickets. More- is that it cannot be opened during and never will make men happy. aililar, nr In ihui i nhii; mi . If mi nri? em. years old, got sleepy in the afternoon jJmrd, and hate .1 d v i ' liwi ,it i.nr ill. Degraded, ruined, forced, while the and her mother laid her down in one she would call the child, awl then over, they possess a look of deep the cooking, and, therefore, meats jiUaSl, lllllle III, HI, llb'l mimi Inborn, ' II will our iHLlneM Hill In, t'l'f of those swinging chair.--, that jou can wondered why she had not done it in wisdom and large and varied exper- - can not be basted as they certainly bloom of youth has scarce left his t ami fine Ik aiuasnl mi II ' .lur rtf hairy-headt- d . nl itIiIo(i)oi n n man can should be. There is no special gain cheek, to begin life anew, burdened (Office In Crswder liuildlng.) .1 IiTiiltinid use as a bed il you want to. The the first place nnd saved herself the j ience which no li, out. nr,i InflmiT .ti iiuiii tbe nin pricucftni proieesion with a geat shame, Ralph Davis goes k sllib nnd adjoining counties. in an tne courts 01 n wounds. Hut baby was having too j ever attain, and which always inspires in time. n . tlr,, hour, none child w.intel to stay out in tho yard i't ti n Also Notary imiMI mhi mi 'al. Von nliiniM trv noHi'n: i2n2U - lO'iriclf ulitii viu out into the world handicapped in the Atsntllc A 1 a come. The the utmost confidence and respect, requires i.hi i'. f im bti.li, . n si Iter mo'.her pulled a ohnir under an good titw, and wouldn't and told it We instinctively lee! that though hours and forty-fiv- turkeyminutes; a two race of life, and unless he shows strongil' li w. No cap" il rl k'd v are e mother called nnd begged, mill uurkcr, iiowudi tit inn),.' h miteti tree and the little ode was eveigri-ei. 'iM'ii. Ilifir !niiil tr tli, liii'lm n It vl o what a terrible beast it was she was they may not be as handsome as some roast of beef nbout an hour and er will than this brief record indi- to tin ilt M'l ipti-,-Addrt'o II tVrii,' I iIiimii ,t,iil ft for soon sound tisictp. jriMir.flf. I II M (I,, .1'. playing with, but the child couldn't ol their neighbors, they nre the kind if it is roasted rare. Pies of ' catcs he has, he will sink to the IiVE. Xj. TSlosrrxixx, It was ti iiust peaceful d.iv, and . llui r.'.d, it .iiiiml, i. ir. the best princithsre was ivt the lent Mt;estioti iiuderftaiid. and called its mother to of people to tie to in a worldly enier- j various kiwis may be cooked in from depths. Honesty ATTORNEY AT LAW, c gtney. It is true that in thirty to forty minutes, and it seems ple, young man, old man, never vet th it .such tt thin us danger wrs near co.ne awl tnke part in the fun. ' nrnhililn tltnt tllic rwnn .ivmill .wrx.o llaS tile 111.111 hedl- lintltlV., limVCVCr Once or twice the mother went near, they are somewhat at a disaihiintnge, ,w,,v ,.yi, ilumiMiw w.t.fc .,,., IIJ A stilt wind gently moved thebiaueh-C- f Will In but ihe brnst was always icady mil and to see (TiDcl aw. gietit men, like I more valuable for pastry baking and prosperous, who has not made that Ohio anpraetlcohls profession nndall lh Courts et thai uvii beginning to show sign d adjoining counties, in Ihe Court of c?s :rzv i no2s ecu crru. Kisrihti and Qe:ar. driven almost to other cases when an intense heat is idea the guiding star of his public-anfelt shaky. She Appeals . Special attention elf en to collection. ol lciln.g out i1i.1I the lew itts;i'!s thpt the woman's nerve Offlco,, oer Williams, Bell A Co's drugstore. knew that if she only wounded the desperation by the petty attacks of required than for general use in the pnvate life. FLOWER SEEDS I1.11! ilium t' lilt' in thu warm beast it would l.ill her, and then the this profane irrik.ct must create the kitchen. .iiiu.iuiil liitly. The Uirnyard The most intelligent people of our After molt profound comruise ration and inThe great advantage of such an oven community recognize fowis .s'.riUlie.l thriiise'ivcs a il Ihcy child wi.u'.d be doomed, suic. in DeWitt's she concluded dignation in t'ue minds of all over one heated by gas or kerosene is Little Karly Risers pills of unequaled I ItVlvijTHrrti AIpiir1lflr4lnrrrbrBsi- had just ciijojed go.xl nap. There uiatiiK' cousidcinlicu mnkean i.fd Iff :u,d not A that there is no odor and no smoke. and human observers. to :it turn b , attack CK iblr I'liMI-tilllauavt was nut a n.unil to l.e bratd, JViWS merit for dyspepsia, headache and un'ess the beast started to injure the fly is .tire-- most mischievous and mali- The average kerosene stove is liable vicsi(usi u,usuTm indus-li.cu- s r r:f mj..j c i? I iri imitMia j siwa tip' iliRkir.g ol xwit! constipation. Very small, perfect in nn i. NfV'Tir ltns.isHUveluld. Her wounds were bleeding cious ol all atiiuuicl creatures, hut to smoke unless it is watched with the action. L. D. Bean. I. id ly calling her brood ol lit ly LcMMtttfiiifijr. kv J (iati Ltftfttf, Jrhll (TsMtlftf, tle flufly lulls and the uioiom.- - voice of Irtely, and she was getting weaker the tnter depravity ol its fiendish na- most scrupulous care; and nothing is Coughing leads to Consumption. ihaoilnc Ullrt TIT tals, W,9t tile plowman, far out the field, urging eveiy moment; still she sat theic, ture is only demonstrated when he more destructivennd disagreeable than man. The the si tb f ill1i g fiJiMil mftti I'limf ready to l'.ght the moment the wild discovers a penetrating arrd Kemp's Balsam stops thecoughatonce lii ic.iin along. !? tt fOtf UtfHlROn'Masirf.lpI ai mi ui j MittilU ' Theie was nobody nt home except cnt showed signs of treating the child ferocious joy with which he proceeds greasy soot from this smoke. HinDi "There is a salve forevery wound." to torture .his victim is unparalleled , A pancake griddle, a coflee-po- t or We refer to DeWitt's Witch Hazel frrllvn tif i hiili-- ( I Iwnrr herd. N lUr4 I't In Mrs liilwatus anil the b.toy, but the dificiently. OiryuklawmBtsa, ur, lt4in.f liatf, f (Viulw, lwtU 1WMi-She sat thus nearly nn hour, and and uncaquaied by any other manit may be attached to a wire sep- Salve, cures bums, bruises, cuts, inUlti, Uniifilr,Mm, fr llffllM rmjf(lhtM. mother did not feel any lear, fin!, llnW, frtr u4 Oi.s)tiUr rukftHCctnt Lvllclbtt r( CkoW !. Uttkff nvrirt There are also broilers dolent sores, as a local application in tW4 she had often been left that the baby got contrary and naughty, festation ofdiabolic.il wickedness rec- arately. frtr !44a l v Ly iJytrsttlMa (T,Ti I Hvm i4 wfcfr,t4 ftUuM cu HiUfflWT fla,lM UU wfJrfsil Irmk awl would not come to her, but con- orded cither in sacred or profane his-to- rj which broil the meat without smoke, the nostrils it cures catarrh, and al1tnM Ih fsl rt f irarl tr)ioflB)tt) w.'V when her husband went to town. tjrt.1, InfuuJ jtiif OKf f mJ niiii vsirKl tl ou irt net MtUhvd. Oura U t )" l( f boih sw4i isii That uuJer such trying cir- and in so rapid a manner as to rec- ways cures piles. L. B. Bean. iJ M OEFI'CE OVER RED FRONT So it was this afternoon, and the tinued its play with the wild cat. lh lsad!rf W .4 rIUU jf I , mJ fd t mm if)-irMNf. ftJtua " uiutMikB Ijt. mm4 The minutes seemed years, but at cumstances the tormented punish- ommend them to all good cooks who si..A J.il. ilk. st a t.ars J mother sat beside the sleeping child ' r 'ftirtkt twiiUi luxu-raWta. know the value of intense nnd rapid Is prepared to do all kinds of Mottling Clirnn About It. f jr a long time and then temciubercd last a wagon was heard coming up ment by immediately growing crops of hair is a proof, not only heat in broiling. f tttr'lf friristJary, and the mother knew the JUrt !')' (tDr. Dnnnmond's Lightning RemDentil work at reasonable prices. she had dutiis to pit form in the the read, V. Vn Utnrr Wnl lUxbar U ttnlu I'llla, H(tlfl, TB f,sT iT lifK. ilitvnraf,!. 10 !, hrW It is not likely that these kitchen edy for Rheumatism is put up in large bou.ee. She left the baby sleeping child's father would soon be home. of their magnificent courage and en( M(TUP1(NI lrsya. II 'tM samt4f awl went about her work Her little experience had taught her durance, but of the firmness of their utensils will take the place of the bottles, and once seen is never taken peacefully 't tNl It II tl M'rrtp rui lf v .fRia. m i nt range, but they irray be valuable as for any other preparation. All the cheerfully, coining to the door every to be careful, so she went to the front moral convictions and the unconquerenrol 11 nrctrn I TBf ujvfi-OTLUIML Ul ILt.i ic ua 11 cu which will cheap remedies put together are not of the house, mid before Mr. Ivdwards able strength of their principles. Men an adjunct A few minutes to sec that all was well, fr bst t7rt. a J tliiV ni atvt ft w la eo r. krtf lha r,l- - tvAVjr kmiimsi m a ina ao tlnugb she did not have the least got to the doorsteps she stopped him like this deserve to enjoy the best heat water rapidly at night, or a chaf- worth one bottle of Drummond's l fLrir1 Hnrrt I'm, aniWa if things that the gods provide, to sit in ing dish which will make a little ap- Lightning Rcrrredy, and any sufferer nawirtsrv, f:ar that anything would happen to awl told him the story. i" hfilaaxlur. Tlrf If ling llrakf lrls , svrrai I(kfr4, lie, of course, realized that the on- the front seats at the ballet and to petizing dish for supper will be very who has taken it, will bear witness to ippla iMaa, tl. wt lVaj Ar Ua Tnft f' liitkl WkV tjbia txMiiiKt a I f ftwn baw cwltUatMi sudWjjki disturb the child. art,(i.a Iukfut4 bkh larfftt, b3r, ar Hut all the tiiue.a l.irgewild cat had ly thing to do was to shoot the wild occupy the places of. honor at feasts useful in the summer, when it is de- its marvelous power, and the drugrraw (1tt aaJ ttxal raUlraUd kbtn. Ttu tl ki a ftfiT fart to! pfuvUra for tkrr mtilht ft eonUniwu r fctfht rf t He got and banquets. They are the forerun- sirable to dispense with the heat of gist who sell it say they have never fhitKii f frttiml bltHtnn f tra n! LtlilUat colvtipf been crawling near the sleeping child. cat as quickly as possible. ANOTHER GREAT OFFER ! Sir.'Sr.fJKK; Full particulars sent along the back of the barn "his rifle and ran to where the child ners of n higher hairless civilization, the kitchen range for nt least n part seen its equal. It sneaked mWiIHIq. ,l( " wtl kad ' o I M'llr. ..r, ltthr wllh cm, BMtfblSKBt (I'fllta r(kol. fU.ir so as not to disturb the chickens, and was. lie found both lying down on the early representative. of the evolu- of the day. by mail and the medicine by express. twfel, .ti... dMrrlU4, likt w W m I ck,l ft Iba lUnuraiy MTtr. ImI1 rt,b,aU4 Lkfrd Flat-iron- s iid u. JilOOII U At CO., 3T wtl ru. AA4?M.I Ttrk. heated by an electric Drtimmond's A tion which shall free huunuity from Medicine Company . then got behind the lower boards of the ground apparently asleep. I'ark Mm Ke VK7FrTOV3oV PbEASmW Maiden Lane, New York. the fence, and each moment got near slight noise brought the wild cat to the barbaric hirsute customs ot the wire would do away with the misery his feet, awl at the same time Mr. past. They are types of the coming of n hot laundry in sultry weather Agents wanted. ,, er to its ptey, SS QWJfrvb It would stop every few minutes Kdwards raised the rifle to his should- race, and as such arc worthy of all aw enable the worker to accomplish SKND twelve cents in postage anil look over the board to see when er. It was hard to get where there preferment and honor. Therefore, we her tasks in an easier nnd more satisTt!!..N.EXT MORNING iTtL BRIQHT AND stamps to 39 Corcoran Building, WashntwANU Mr COMPLEXION IS BETTER. would be no danger of hitting the say to them in the language of the factory manner. the mother came to the door, and ington, D. C, nnd you will receive KSTriSSIhlS?.". Ij'tasainlstiMM. tlu drink Is crouch down out of sight. child, and he shot as he had never children who mocked Klisha, but in a would then Prrorea for u uumu Piles can be cures, piles will be four copies of Kate Field's Uaf It U MliM ' Nearer and nearer the beast came shot before, and when he pulled the spirit of the deepest reverence, "Go cured, piles are cured with DeWitt's matter of special inWitch Hazel Salve. An excellent iyid the baby slept on. At last it was trigger a bullet went into the wild up, yc baldhcads, go up." m, u. u.Ki,i. .uii 11 u (ub, ana siJJua terest. Give name and address, and U remedy for all skin diseases. Iv.B.Hean. only a few feet away and stepped cat's brain, and it rolled over dead. JLau n ll'lrp. t'oolilnt; where you saw this advertisement, ly stay. aeb The baby realized that some thing over the fence to where it could be J?. ni:w youk TuinuNi:. A Wnrnlnirto Yoiiuir Men, seen had anyone been looking. It awful had happened to its friend, and The stories of the use of electricity FRANKI'OKT cantai.. Lane's nredicines move the bowels was sure of its prey awl curled its threw itself on the dead body and in the household, if practically realOne year ago, the most promising very day. In order to be healthy HOSTWOUiiiur. 8HIIIQC1UTT. commenced to cry, but in another in- ized, will do more than all the dreams young tiil as if thrilled with satisfaction. It man in Memphis was Ralph his is necessary. around cautiously and its cruel stant it was seized by its mother, who of looked kitchens irr solving Davis. He was a lawyer with a large pressed it to her breast.shcdding tears the piobleni of house-work.- " eyes glittered fiendishly. It is a truth in medicine that the practice, and enjoyed the confidence The beast was ready to make the of joy. If electricity could be introduced in- of the people to such nn extent that smallest dose that performs a cure is spring, but seemed to have a knowlto the household as a motor to turn they had three times elected him to the best. DeWitt's Little Early RisHi'iM Viltli Order. edge that it was doing wrong. Slowly TheC. V. liisley Co., Wholesale the washing-machin- e 3fU-r.- . in which heavy represent them in the Legislature. ers are the smallest pills, will perform CREAM IS Cures Oslds.Cougbi.Sora Throat, Cronp.In. it crept forward awl when it reached Druggists, 62 Courtlawl St., New clothes aie washed, to turn tin wring- - Last January he was elected Speaker the cure, nnd nre the best. L.B Bean. a, Vhocpir? Consb, llroncblt'i and Ai'u-na- . A ejHiin euro for CanlumDtion In rit t,kr.n. n. the side ol the sleeping child il stood York, ordered a large supply of Drum-uiondVto ntcr.j. p euro relief In adranted tt'S's, M3Tzr3grres2tigs.i nimwjt'.mtur jw Y9U will seo Iht eacellent clTeet aftr tail-- g toi still a moment and lookc 1 at it. It Lightning Remedy for iiie. Sold hy detlir) cieryvbuo, -- ui i.ttlcjISccttitaJftlCO. FOR YEARS opened its mouth ami curled its tongue and sent this with the order. Has led all Worm Remedies. oer its jaw.i as if ituptliciit to gjt "It is strange that the remedy is not EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. the soft pink cretturc betlietn ii more generally known, as its nlTects WE OUABAXTEE A CUBE and lrlvltu tho moat ' BOLT) EVEItYWIIEHE. fore it. ' ' on rheumatism arc simply marvelous careful )nvc8tTnatlon ua to our rcsDonslbU Fnptrtd 7 RICIUllDSOX ItDICftl CO., ST. MCIS. ity ana tno merits of our Tablets. It may have b;en the sound of this, superior to any rheumatic medicine Mtitni iwi nn mi i a a vi.-L.i OUR READ 4A nil it miy have boo the heist's we have over sold. ' This is high 44 a. b ciln, nut the baby awoke a..d praise but the remedy fully deserves The Quarterly Register of 11111 . .. .... rrorn Stollditys. Perfectly barm. .. tm Iflda nailaunn ulnl.n nam nmt s.i.iiil.n Ml..n llilhUU) in o 'died her big blue qyes, nntl lo.iketl it. If you have the rheumatism you ss 111U.J uuKittii ten owl """" '" rtviiiitisrtiHiu ui U'ltUri'UUHUWliaOUVlDO Slaf Is Copies, . (Oe ui ruimuuriiy biuji suiuKiutf urcuuwingiu a tew aayi, uh""i ui" I'uuuui., i ito th;; cruel yellow ones above her. cannot afl'ord to do 'without this great FerTesr, fl.30 flTlliNnirJrm'K flllfl MnRPrMP. HARIT 5J'?lAotne1aitdwltli. Boaad Yolames, J.00 T'le little thing was not frightened, remedy any longer. Ask your drug-uiuiiuiiikuimuvu uuu iiuiiiuiiiu ujiuu outuuyi'uurt on 1110 part ot 1110 patient, ny tho usoof our SPECIAL. lORMULA OOLD CURB TABLETS, at she dul not know ol anything for it, or scud to the Drunimond " 'a "!.d " IJurlnK treatment nntlentanronllowf'd tlio frro tiso of Liquor or Mor. A FEW ana l,h kcH.y,l ..d.njuj,,.." 1 1 b. frightened pninttimiii Huciiiiino as tlicy ahull voluntarily Blvu them up. at in this world Medicine Company, 4S.50 Maiden ,. , CLO' FISHliR. Ttruurr UiX.. WiihlulM. CURES NOTHING BUT PILES, ,, yruim iuiviiiarti uuu jiaui pn iciui ieHii!nuii!uisircu,uuu snail Testimonials What came over the beast in those l,aue, New York. Agents wnnted. '' ' E' W,N". "IfoljiJrs" .1 Pui imikiuu lopiaru KiiuiTiTHirom uny ur tneso nnuiM in commtiiiicu miuTi. 110 imvuneeu ciiri'ii uy mo usooi our ablets. uuimiui A SURE and CERTAIN CURE f.w moments will never be known, .""V1' "'1 MrtwUM putllorios. t tn Itnlil.JK'iuli'tl' .Mil.. from persons nwh HiucL iht witty of .gild l.'o.nun von nil. HILL'S TAULCTS nro for eulo by all fibst-clasknown for IS years qs tho BEST SrilM,,'?,"; lJ.l,,il"t,,.,?,,?" J. u. um.tiiiiBBi. 9, .VIU l'u mtK;i', A correspondent of the New York but it did not jump on the uaby and SCNUKUAN, who havo boon ftrU Uul.tolijr, lUuit, M, V, If your ilriii:li(loi's not k fp them, enclose us 1.00 REMEDY FOR PILES. ami wu will send you, by roturn mall, a jmckafo o; our rrtrum bj niciunpsox iri)icin to., st. tons. Tor Mlt b iMdlo? Sooktctten sad terr it to pieces, as might have Leen Tribune writes to thnt iiaper to in cured by tho use of llrwfkoui lh.y.u. lll sua .IlirtoloS: Wiltovour namo nnd address plainly, nnd slato CNpcctc.l. Instead it looked ill the quire "why baldness isconiic.""Why ........ ..?,",""?,",,"rt,"c'1" ". bound TOlumtt. r:i. w.SuUciiptl ,m. f i Hl aJj,hi.l.. fai, c. ...v ,in ,v, whether Tablet aro lor Touucco, Morphluu or Fewlia ,5. little oncand stopped licking itschops. is it," he asks, ''thatthe halo of rocurrent History, u. , UO NOT lin nnCCIVHO Into purchasing Uaby thought it was very pretty and mance nnd sentiment which rests upDtVMOIT, MICH., nnv of tlm various nostrums Hint nro belnit THE OniO ClIUHICAl. Co.t 4 Gclenllflo Amerlcnn , imvji-UBAIt 81U: I liavo been uslnir voup isu lor lur ruin. d or put out its hand and patted it on the on heads that ate nnu uko nu utuer, Anenoy fort cum lur iuuuccu uauii, uuu iounu it woum xvti.ajj,i white-haire- d do what vou claim for It. I used ten cents head, at the same time lisping, "pusis utterly denied to the Manufactured only by worth of tho strongest chewlnir tobacco it dav. and from ono to tUo clKars; or I would smoke sy, pretty puisy," he ids that arc cither in part or wholly ronx 0111 ten to lortvtilneaof tobacco. IIuvu chewed yeurn.und two packages In some mysterious minrrcr this bald? Haldncss is just as much n and umoUiilfor twenty-UvOHIO CHEMICAL CO,, of your Tublcts cured uiu so I huvo no desire lor tt. had a peculiar ufisct on the wild ct, symbol or result of age and its conU. M. JA V LOUD, Leslie, Mich. 61.03 4 C5 Optra Block, Dodos Fcnnr. N. Y. it sat down quietly, while the baby got comitant decay as gray or white CAVEATS. Tne Ohio CnEUtCAL Co.: Oentlemkm: Some time uira I sent H r9 a. TRADE MARKS. Aire. I', Harris, R. L. Brillon ami LIMA, OHIO. for SI.CXI worth of vour Tablets for Tobacco Habit. I recclred out of her bed mid caiuo and it sit hairs. The conditions which produce V f tfN them all rlslit and. ultuoinrh I was both u hi avvsmokorand chewer. DE3IQN PATENTS. T. F. Dean, M'g'rs and Props. they did thu work In leas thun three days. I am cured. PArtTICULAIlS down beside it. The child thought both the one mid the other arc identiOOPVRIQHTS. etc, Truly yours, MATUSW JOUNSON.I'.O.BoXiS. atlnn and froo Handbook nrlto to For Inf Tho only modcriily built Theater it had louud a splendid playunte, and cal. Why is it, then, that the one MIINN .V CO.. tlLl UliiiAiiwA'r. Neiv Vouir. I'lTTanunon. pa. FREE. OMpiit tiurofiu fnp .nt!urlnif nntcnt. In AmprlcA. TiicOnroCnEurcALCn.! Okktlehen: It elves tno nleasure to sneak a in tbo city. patent taken out by ui la brought befara wis soon enddiug up close to the should invite respect and veneration, Kfl'rr word of lirnlsii for vour Tableta. M v aon waa strand v addicted to tho uso of tbo pubilo by a uotlco clrun froo of charto tn the Hnuor. and thruuirh a friend. 1 wus led to try yodr Tablets. Ho was a heavy and while the other should prove a source wicked heist. The only Tlicuter playing ronstunt drinker, but after uslnir your Tablets but three days hoaiiltdrluklnir. . ami. will not touch Uauor of anv Kind. I havo waited four month boforo writing .. - The nuiiual liked it awl began of ridicule?" attractions nt popular prices, Yours truly, you, in oritur to Know ,iuu euro wus purinuueui. AllW. HELEN MOURISON. As a matter of logic the correspondlicking the baby's lace. The child Situated 011 West side of lib ave., f rcct circulation of any sclentlSo paper In tbo world, Cincinnati, Ohio. lllintratixl. No lutnllleuit was IlllcJ with joy, and commenced ent's point is well taken, but the fact man hou d bo wlthuut It. weok r. .iS.i.011 a between Walnut and Green. Thk Ohio CnEMlCAL Cot QENTLEMENYonr Tablets havo perform edauilrnclo In inycaso. Joir, iuumx innmuti. Aiianm allien A LU. I huvi, imcd imirnhlne. hvnoderuilcullv. for aoven venrs. and huvo iiwh cured ur rou uso or to play. Very soon both were rolling remains, as he himself admits that City. l'u Jl US utUJ, UUt liroadiroy, ttdw Prices 50c, 25c, U'iq uiul 10c. W. L. LUTQAY. two packages of your Tublets, ana without any effort on my part. over nnd over on the ground, having there is a disposition nmong the .AuurcBH nil Oruort. to and flippant the world over to RFSPONSISLE a splendid time. The wild cat seem1H1TF IIMr'KI'KfJL tu WANTED AGENTS Dfiomrs mux bitters ed to enjoy the sport, and both were consider the absence of hair 011 the opera BlooK. lima OHIO. I, S3 and i:n llruttu. Irniilllllesis. (lysncpsla. JIala. Cures Indlscktlos, lllllotunckS, (In writing pleaaa meatlon this p I'liy.lelutu HTunnnn' lU'SV s head n legitimate subject of jest nnd perfectly happy, rta, Nervousueu, and Ucnunil HrbtlUy, All dealers keep it. tl COperlietUeiOenuIis Genulno rcconime&d It, All deal' I5ven the terrible i The child crowed, laughed and merrymaking. aud cruued t vd UuH oa wrapfar. aj twa trado mark nod crouctl red lines on wrapper. CHICAGO UUXU'.K. $8 '' TbiottithtproUm A STRANGE PLAYMATE. shrieked with happiness, and OWE DOLLAR eventf w I rim fate of the 'esptrattly wicked children who moMied tlu good prophet Klisha because there was "no wool on the place wheie the wool ought to glow," mid who impudently told him to "go upj thou bildhe.ul," lids not been nble.to deter tl'f irreverent of other countries and times from .similar gibes. I!a1i!nes is comic prolnbly because it is wt the general mlt- - for men to wearthfir beirds without the covering providfd by nature, but if it were this universal fashion, the man with a hairy cranium would then d come iu'Tor the lidictile that the man gits at present. The Chinese with their pigtails seem very funny to people of this generation.and yet our.,foreinthers wore their hair in practically tiy; mum; way and thought it very becoiniiig. Custom, thetefoie, is at the bottom of the whole matter, awl if the bald headed men can only prevail on the, world to adopt their style of coilTurc, they will soon have the laugh on those who persist in wearing hair. The io:t that lost its tail in escaping fiom a tiap made out a very ingenious case in favor of s tailless foxes, awl the ought to be aide to show the advantages which belong to their estate of hirsute barienness. bald-headebald-headbald-heade- d ernnd the mangle nnd accomplish of the House, and every young .man many minor tasks, it would be a gen- in the State felt proud to sec out: of uine blessing. There is already a de- their number honored. ' a PROFESSIONAL CARD. J". Ecl-w-ii- l Then there ca'me.n shock. One of ATTOKNEY AT LAW, Davis' clients charged him with A IIAHTFORl), - - KENTUCKY. practice, in a transaction '.involving sonic thousands ofdollats. Jin.i.aLr.N. J.i. n. wtDDita. Steps were takerr in the courts; the GKLexixi 6s "WecadlaaLts', charges were proven, and Davis wats disbarred. The House of which ho HARTFORD, KY. was Speaker requested his resigna (Olliee, over Anderson's llazaar.) Ecwe Attorney at Law, Elngo, .Attorneys at Law. -- . Pen?ry Westerfield "Wetadlng", Attorney at Law, . I ' - iii". 111 .1- -' j nffi-r- u.-- . . ilv-tim- x,, .. Hartford. Ky, W t&Mlivaa.FREE! fflWlsti :trt: 14 mfWg uoMi ' I ' d suu-shii- .e 11 II- - bald-heade- d tri, ; tea-po- DENTIST. j 1I , !. nt ft tea-kett- Ui4-(irti- mwmwmt s !. s . 48-5- mssssmit fflffiSHwW siP J Washing-ton.'containi- MES3HTOIGIKS )it i WORMS! WHITE'S 20 's Illicu-matisi- n, VERMIFUGE f.--tt TABLER'SDH C BUGKEYEJLiLE 1 LL'S et t. ustunue ,.e..jj umxuK, ! c r ur uuia laoieis t OINTMENT st mmr .,.,,,, ' ! C0MPSM,"-FR- s Hills Tablets. pi B gray-haire- j-- Harris Theater, LOUISVILLE, KY. T first-cln- ficbtitiftt SwbAv is fnv-olo.- ts 'K'sl N a" THE OHIO CHEMICAL CO., Jl l'hyil-cian- jnw-'lllt- . trade-uiur- k -- .? V. '" W'lv"'"-yf-'r.(;lnjpW7vJ""J- .' -T , y -- r 1 1 Hartford Republican runusnni) i:vi:uy kkiday mousing. JO. H. KOUKHN, IMItor nnil Proprietor. I), 1 FRIDAY, JUNE 893. Tin: Nicaragua Revolutionists have overthrown the government of Presi dent Sacosa. Darwin Johnson, ot Louisville, is the latest cutry in the Louisville Derhy. Thousands ot people are reported to be dying ot cholera in Asiatic, Turkey, and the diseaso is rapidly spreading to adjoining district?. Tun United Slates Marshals have been withdrawn from Muhlenberg conuty, aud the people will pay the tax, a thing they should have done Gov. John Younh Brown no long ago. doubt feels very kindly toward Ohio Stkvknson and county uiid docs all in his power to faDuke ot Vcragua have each been vor our people in every way he can, the detaiued at the gates ot the World's and to that end some time ago he Fair because they forgot their passes. sent back upon our county that blushing "sixteenyear-oldMiss"Cricket" Verily.thc World's Fair Roach after she had been elected by of persons. is no rcspector a Jury of our good citizens to spend a Tin: second open Sunday ot tho term in the penitentiary. Not satisWorld's Fair wns not a success, tho fied with this blessing (?) the dear YOt'NO MARTIN HARDIN. woikiug men whose benefit the hypo-cri- ts Governor, out of his benevolent and Shelby Sentinel: If young Martin claim to bo seeking by Suuday paternal care for tho welfare of Ohio Hardin sustains the promise of his opening not turning out in very great county aud the peace aud safety of her college days, there is no fear of the numbers. people, came later and gave back to historic name of Hardin losing its our bosom that fiendish piece ot prestige. He is a natural born oraHenhy Ci.at Smith, a negro lawheinous humanity the Hon. (?) Felix tor, and has just added to his other Southern yer of Birmingham, Ala., is the first Poole, who, true to his post record, victories the first prize in the Oratorical Contest, win of Ham to be appointed by the goes about raising particular shod in which was awarded him by unaniCleveland Administration. It has not his neighborhood, organizing White Gen. Wat mous vote of the judges. determined when Fred Dougyet been Caps, shooting companions and atHardin is something of n speaker lass will be invited to dine. tempting to rob our girls of their vir- himself, but his son Martin bids fair Chasi:, of Indiana, tue. Say, "Guv.",come get your be to outdo him. has been indicted by the Grand Jury loved relix and Jet him finish out the COMMITTED Sl'ICIDE. at Knkorao, for complicity in the re. six years of that eleven ot which you Marion Moniter: Henry Russell, a cent Greentown bank failure. He is cheated Justice. young man living near Ccnilean charged with embezzlement, direct Springs, committed suicide last Thursand indirect and obtaining money THE PRESS ASSOCIATION. day afternoon by hanging himself It is quite lute to speak ot the with .1 plow line. He had a severe under false pretenses. Kentucky Press Association of last chill Thursday morning and had reA inu run was made on tho Chicago week but it would be sheer meanness mained in doors all day. Lite iu the Saving Banks Monday but no panic not to say that the Association was afternoon he left the house and went Some royally entertained from start to fin- to the stable near by, climbed up into followed and uo banks failed. ot the banks even holding their doors ish. Our stay in Louisville was made the loft, tied one end of the line to a open into the night to accommodate very enjoyable. The railroads were rafter, made a hangman's nooscof the other end, placed it around his neck those who desired to draw out their especially attentive. The Pennsylvania line furnished a special tram, a and jumped through the hole in the money. "flyer,'' that carried us like a thiug floor of the loft. A short time niter Tin: recent rains have swelled our of life over the few hundred miles ot the body was found lifeless, dangling water-waand great destruction of distance between Fall's City aud the in the air. There is no cause known Green River for the rash act. crops is the result. m:i v. "city of winds and fakirs." is higher than it has been at any othTHE LEGISLATURE. June 6. The storm two weeks ago Mr Haggerty had a dining car atThe careless- unroofed the C. V. Church nt this Frankfort Capital: er time this season, and hundreds ot tached at Indianapolis and the huncriticism place. The members will meet this submerged. Rough ness of much acres of corn are gry editors were treated to such a re. River is also high and the farmers past as they never knew before. Hag- is aptly illustrated by the Uarlinglicc, week to take action on the The steel roof had only been on along its course are suffering great gerty knows precisely how to muke which reports the Legislature as being in Chicago on a junketing tour. a few months. damage. things pleasant and he did himself We have differed from many views t, Horn to the wife of Clayton glorious on this trip. The World's expressed by this Legislature, and a girl, on the 26th of May. To President Cleveland has ap- Fair people extended every courtesy shall probably differ from yet others; the wife ot Alex llcnnctt a boy on pointed the Tammany applicant as could be desired and when we we have criticised the absentees, sev May 31. New York, and the that Postmaster nt were ready to return the fine coaches eral ot whom should, by the votes of W. T. Woodward has two sick chit II IT IU' country at large wonders how consistTill lll'IIII ft of the great Monon, as Mr. Crush had their respective Houses, be deprived dren. His babv is very sick, and his fours. The authorities are iu a dilem ent Mr. Cleveland is any way. Not said, carried us swiftly and smoothly of the per diem; but we have tried to son, Krncst, who has been under Dr. ma to know what shall be done for long ngo ho was credited with being back to the "Dark and Bloody do this fairly, and to give the devil Pendleton's treatment for six months, her. against Tammany for nuy and all heel this Ground." Altogether it was by far the his due. The Legislature has been a is worse; confined to his A Cincinnati boy was in the counthings. most pleasant meetiug ever held ba- long time in session: everybody week. try with some companions when of knows that. Probably it could have James Hicks' baby is better. they found a young coon. The little Edwin Booth, tho greatest trage- ttle Association. Mr. Sam Roberts, sooner done its work had there been Farmers are very backward on ac- fellow, a son ot the Kentucky Leader, Lexington, of Joseph Loch, climbed dian of America, died at New York less of contention iu its earlier days count of so much rain. r, the tree, hut when out on a small Wednesday morning, after a long and was chosen President, aud Bob Hull) he was attacked by the mother Joiisatiiax. of the Bowling Green Demo-cra- and more of a desire to speedily transpainful illness. Booth was boru in coon. He was so badly scratched ami act the great business which awaited IJe will save you MONKY by Huymg from HIM. Will Bowling Green, was elected SecThe News, printed at Dallas, Tex., bitten that he fell to the ground, a 1833, went on the stage in 1849, aud its action; but it's too late to remedy Mr. Roberts was at the where Sam Jones is now holding a distance of sixty feet, killing him al to the foremost place in retary. rose rapidly tell you it lluggy, Hnnie?s, Lap Duster nnil Whip from vCO.OO that now. It seems now to be desirmost instantly ofl the following: his, profession. The people ot every Louisville Bauquet but could not go ous of an early completion of its. task, meeting, gets up to The Davis Carriage Company has the reputa"When Brother Jones stopped his llrmcrj iTf thii'-'Iirr.1ln. nation and country where the player's to Chicago, but Robert, the luminous nnd is working to that end. This Tin, nu.ilitv nf ivmr-ifri- i iifwvio:r1 tion ol building the best JJuggy for the iiuniey of nuy Factory loss and will and twinkling Morningstar was there result will not be hastened by abuse, snoring machine yesterday morning nrt is known mourn his and cndcaied himself to all the Press by idle and thoughtless criticism, or and awoke he touched the e lectric by hunting dogs of Asia uppcara in 11 pay lasting homage to his memory. iu Cincinnati. bell and the boy who answered was murke-- difference of hubit from thut by bis tireless efforts to make things by misrepresentation. We believe told to get a News. The same boy noticeablo in nil other caniivoious Is writing to the Superintendent pleasant. The editors are now at there will be an adjournment by July took nn order for a cocktail irom a licnsts. As 11 rule, each ferocious aniSo regarding the recent Election ot home with only one regret that the 4, or soon afterwards. Let us all hope mal has its natural nnd favonto prey, drummer in the adjoining room. The which mny vary in different localities, School Trustees one patron delivers chances are that they will not be able there may be. boy came back with a paper under but is in each ease the easiest nnd most himself thusly: "den sir, there was to attend the next Columbian ExpoWASHINGrTON." his arm and n waiter with a cocktail profitable victim. Tigers, for in-- j " sition. school lecttioti hell in district no in his his hand and approached Uro. stance, aro cattle slayers or iVxv killis unnecessary to say that the ers just ns eattlo or deer bapp"ii to etc. It Jones' room, opened the door and The Administration has dot been 1 I bo lii'Ht nbtindant in their district. good man iutended to put u d where 'Hull rorKpiiiiiclty uml lie lit District. in office quite three months yet, but 'I.onk here, kid,' Mid the cvan- The Klizabethtown correspondent Leopards prey on goats, Lhocp r.nd, Is it possible a Top Buggy with d Dash Rail, Seat Rail, Handles. he put the last I but his assertion is vou ever brine; one of when thoy eau get them, on tamo so great has been the strain upon the f'eliht. "don't llnli llnmla Miu Ctiaft Ti'. i HLKJtC JHitCf inil tumi, AlfSjIUI 1.. to the Louisville Commercial says: w mi I 4 literally true in regard to what was J members, caused by the thoe things in my room again: if you dogs; wolves on nerves of its nnd cattle, "Cadet William Slack Montgomraised in many districts of the county. ery, son of Judge James Montgomery, laborious work of reform on paper do I'll paddle you, sir. You'll be a stouts or rabbits and lmres, nnd won- pr 5C ft IVildlttig pels on rain and mice. But, though C J 14 5 the whole government, that they dandy some of these dtys of this place, graduated second in his Satur-da- ) tho jungles which they visit ubound In the election at Rockport have alieady begun to indulge in lit- whisky around t!.-.- hot' Inr the class at the Naval Academy at Annapin defjiiseless animals, tho wild dog bctoiL-yoto determine the sense ot the pco-pl- olis, Mil., last are liig enough to wear He scored 575 tle vacations for their individual pleasdois i:ot limit li attacks to these. Smoking Tho packs dulilieratuly pursue nael relative to the voting ot a poll points to Mr. Cleveland was so overrun pants tint upon iu mnit 579 by Cadet Powelson, of ure. Ke"p destroy both tho black and Himalaytax of New York, who is two years his senior, with official cares that he could not cigarettes and luting wl is!: a of 8t.."iO, and n property M s Jv V H J fgj g Pk. Lm J 0 dollars and made the highest mark iu 2." cents on tho one hundred B accept the invitation extended him by that lick up, bit I, atvl may le when an b( c.vs and thotigers, iifiording t. " "X M in which 0:10 P 3 k X V the only V. F r O ?3 you get big you'll hoid third base worth of property, tho vote was a tie law, "in ordnance and gun- the O. A. R. to attend the Memorial cuim'.vrous speHes deliberately sets aud hence the proposition fails. The nery that has ever been made in the day exercises at Arlington, but he down iu a Sundav base ball gaiue,and itself to hunt down and destroy anwhen you die you'll make a home other. From their rarity, tho good people of Rockport have 'made academy. He is only soyears of nge, started 011 the afternoon of that day uuhub $ i'.ated liuturo of junglen which they u serious mistake, but it is hoped and on the 12th will ship on the war for a week's salt water fishing. run for hell!'" haunt and their habit of hunting at Secretary Morton, having nbout conWrite for our New 80 page Catalogue of all kinds of Vehicles. for they will not allow this to be their last ship, Chicago, as a night which a probable suggestion ' Address ( s cruise. His gallant rescue cluded his task of getting rid of eveffort to establish a good Graded a makes tho basis of the early legends SOUTHERN BUGGY CO. ery prominent Republican official atof a lady and her two little children School, demon hunter second- of tho time when tho and "hcllequm" CINCINNATI, OHIO, U. S. A. last summer and his high standing tached to the Agricultural Departat a "red dogs'" utill lcninined iu Europe observations of PittoiiiENT Cleveland 1ms an- assure that he will do his State and ment, is iu Nebraska recuperating. (3. Uisscll, who Iiiuis tlie re their habits nro rare. London Specnounced his intention ot calling an Government valuable service in the r. .M. e tator. department The young man is here on n forming of the extra session of Congress which is to future. short visit to his parents and is very a much more exasperating task than T!. rormntloii of Yuclit Clulm. Tho great convene in September. he counted upon, trusted to luck that Yachting first vamu into existenco before tho modest in his deportment and takes and important question in tho eighteenth century, when a his class in no Hill Democrat would slip into n body will be tho repeal ot the present his defeat for first place in considerable number of clubs were i,!:ii''iiiii:i.i. while he was away, and a very good spirit. He is a native of law relative to the purchase ot diver. June 5. U. O. Wilson was in town foi med m tho United Kingdom. Tho this town and county and is a nephew took a run up to TiuiT.ilo to ice it anyfirst wns tho Water club in Irclnnd. Everybody but tho Free Silver men this week on busir.i. .. of Congressman A. 11. Montgjtuery, body had been attempting to reform Then iu 1S10 tho English Yuclit club Miss Kena Hoskins went to Spring nro for its repeal. They will nmKo a of this district, nnd is highly connect- the game ot petioclc since lie had npp"i.Kd, nnil in 183.'! this club bestrong fight ngaiii't it and the result ed with many of the prominent fami- nway. Attorney General Olncy, just I.ick last Sunday. came tho celebrated Royal Yacht .Miss Sissie llnrwy went to LouisTo lies of Louisville and Owcnsboro " will bo awaited with interest. to show how deep his interest wa iu In America tho New York Yacht tlio-however, who study the drift the legal pioceedings lor the preten- ville last week. She will utuni club waa organized in 1844. From ded purpose ot compelling the Sunday about the lir.st of July, of public opinion it is qtiito evident Jcn. Ilnb-ii- ii Hill ln Hon-- . Johnny (i.irducr, who has been at- the ve:y first yeurof its existence reThe following letter from General closing of the Woilil'.s Fair, took a thut the Free Silver idea i3 weakenigattas tending school at I.e.siugton, Ky., wore were stnrted, und tho contests K. II. Ilobsou explains itself, He trip to Boston. Incidenlly he doubtngso brilliant that thoy wcro fully has a large number of friends among less took occasion to renew his stock h is come home for a while. recorded on our sido of tho Atlantic. atMr. C.J. Dunn, who has been In Franco in 1840 Alphonso Carr and We clip the following from a letter the old soldiers of the Green Uiver of mugwump iridgity, which has addressed to the County Superintend- country who will be highly pleased to been largely drawn upon to cool the tending school at Hartford, has ie- tho Comto do Chatcauvillard introduced yachting, but tho yacht club d southern Democrats, who turned home. Cliff is looking fine. ents of tho State by Superintendent see him once more. The letter is ns Dr. K O. I'ullium was elected of Frnnco wns not formed until 18157. follows: have occasionally uinunged to get Ed. Porter Thompson: Paris Figaro. School Trustee here last Sat"The last examination of applicants Mfitrt. J. L. Carton, Wont 'liiukyaml past the .sentinel nt the door and into Public Mr. Wes. Layman and wife, W. P. Render: A 1'iilnt roulbly Well Taken. his private ofiice. This is certainly urday. for certificates of graduation in the common schools, for the current year, It always struck tho Listonor ns a Dear Comrades. Yours of 31st of nil early beginning of the holiday and Miss Maggie Ilogau will be will be held in the several counties on May, inviting nie to meet in Reunion season and indicates a regular boom our teachers this fall. rather largo bizod affectation on tho Please to notify Friday, June 16. Mr. S. T. Harvey is working nt part of tho postofflco people that the with the nth, 17th, 26th Infantry: for the vacation business later on. teachers and pupils." btato phould bo asked for by them in 12th Cavalry on July 4U1 nt Senator Allison is being highly O. II. Gardner's flour mill. tho caso of a letter which is not going Our teachers aud pupils have too y nnd Johnny D. Hognn will return to outeido tho limits of tho state in Ilaitford, was duly received. In re commended by Repuplicaus lor hnv-in- g long neglected this worthy adjunct to ply I have the honor to inform you said that lie would not serve ns n Cincinnati one day this week. Good which it is mailed. If a lottcr is althe schools, aud it is earnestly desired ready within' tho tho stato of Massathat I will endeavor to be with you delegate to the International mone- luck to you, Johnny. that quite a number of students will on that occasion. Kevs. W. M. Waltrip and John T. chusetts when it is posted, why tary conference, which is to meet namo of Massabo present at Hartford on the date again next November, because it will Nichols preached at the Thomas should it bear tho bo Very truly in 1 C. & I.., Nos. 234 to 242 Fast Market Street, Between Brook and Flojd Streets It can't mimed to pass tho examination. TeachSchool-hous;. II. Hoiiso.v. last Sunday evening. chusetts? becauso is sent to Massabe the duty of every Republican in chusetts, it already there, ers, stir up tho pupils if you have not Kev. Ci. K. Cutry, of color.nddress-c- d and there is Congress to be iu his seat when the in tho. superalready done so iu accordance with the audience on Decoration day. scription, if it bears the name of no THE BEST $1.00 PER DAY HOTEL IN THE CITY OR STATE. The colored people had a big meet- Fifty-thirCongress meets and bethe determinations tnade at the In- ing and basket dinner at Sulphur gins the work of tearing down the We failed to mention this last week. Btato, for Bonding it out of tho state. Transcript Old Cim carefully constructed fabric ' which Springs last Sunday. stitute lost year. VicE-l'msiiKN- T prop-ertyagate-keeper " 1 Whatever Kentucky may lack in other respects at tho World's Fuir she had no dearth of intellect nor oratory at tho dedication of her building on June 1st. Governor Johti Young Brown made n fine little speech that was often intermingled by deafening applause. Col. W. 0. Bradloy, tho orator ot the day, covered himself with glory aud maintained the reputation ot the State as the homo ot eloThe Chicago Herald in quence. speaking of the dedication said: "Tho dedication of tho Kentucky Building at the Fair was marked by more aud better oratory than any other similar event sinco the opening ot tho great exposition." This eloquence did not waste itself on the desert air tor y beauty aud chivalry were thero to drink its fullness nnJ endorse its sentiment. Ken-tuck- KENTUCKY PROTESTS 15d NEWS. INNOCENCE. Spalding, of Hardlvllle, Franklin county, was nrrcstcd nnd placed in jail nt Frankfort Monday, charged with having ravished Newell Thompdaughter of son, the eleven year-old John Thompson, a farmer living near Hardivillc. He protests his innocence. PRESIDENT R01IERTS, K. 1'. A. Covington Commonwealth1 The selection by acclaim of the Lexington Leader's editor, Mr. Samuel Roberts, ns President of the Kentucky Press Association, is a compliment to that accomplished gentleman's personalty as great as it is doubtless gratifying. The association is like the State.over-whelmingl- y Democratic, and there arc no stronger partisans within bounds of sense nnd conservatism than the press boys, but the associaorganization, as tion is .1 has been thus gracefully and handsomely emphasized. It is a deserved recognition of Mr. Roberts' popularity and equally so of his position as editor nnd publisher of one of the best edited, best printed and brightest w rittcn daily papers in a State where good newspapers arc rather the rule than the exception. Intcr-Collcgia- nor ys lias given to the United States thitty years of prosperity never equalled by nuy nation, in accordance with the Democratic program. Senator Allison thinks that Gov. Hols will b" renominated for governor of Iowa bv the Democrats, nnd that he will be defeated by the Republican nominee, the Third party bc.ng 110 longer n factor in that State. Owing to the peculiar methods introduced by the present Adminitrn-tio- u nothing but routine business can be transacted iu the Government departments during the absence of the President, as no member of the Cabinet is nllowed to make even the most insignificant appointment or decide any question of public interest until the President's approval has been secured, and it is refused oltener than it is given after it is asked for. The late Justice Lamar, when he was Cleveland's first Secretary of the Interior, used to say, "we are the boys and Grover is the teacher " Wonder what he would say if he were a member of the present Cabintt, which is tyrinied over to u much greater extent than was the one oi which he was a member. A private letter from Honolulu says Minister lllount has intimated to Haw.vwiiaus that Mr. Cleveland would recommend to Congress that a protectorate be established by the U. S. over that country. It is now stated th.it the extra session of Congress will not be called until October. Perhaps if the Democratic Senators nnd Representatives do not show more signs of getting together than arc now nppitcnt, be fore October, it may not be called at all. Judge I.ochrett's propiml for a clean sweep of every Republican employed in the classifiel service in the Pension Office has In en approved by Secretary Hoke Smith aud Ok'd by Mr Cleveland, so the Republicans will have to go as fast as their Democratic successors can beagiecd upon. "Like master like man." Secretary Carlisle this week announced his intention to shut out the public aud sec no callers, except those who are able to satisfy the sentinel who guards his ofiice door of the importance of their business. At least Dr. Hriggs is a hen-tic- . that is the verdict of the majority of the I resby teriau General Assembly, Which has just concluded the memo-rabl- e trial. GENERAL NEWS. A rich old Indiana farmer hanged himself nt Indianapols Sunday niter-noon. MORE THAN HE COULD t STAND. Uen-net- ... ' occasioned considerable surprise, It nno at last. Got lior right in tho net, was the in Hi .1 "f with n big bundlu of bilk nndor her tho dee. a- -t J in powdering the faco Two switchmen were crushed to cniK)." of tho cotiHo with exquisito enro. death in n railroad wreck at MemTho burly polieonum followed tho The eiihiEieid glmstllncsuof tho dead something phis Monday. oxcitcd clerk across tho street. In faco U tuid to huvo moro store The Merchants National Flink, of front of tho door of tho bigcrowd remnrknble. but it was tho upon tho was n curious, open eyed di play of vanity Fort Worth, Texas, has lailed. Capwhich grow.largor as ovory passerby part of the illative that is giving oc-i- . ital Stock, $250,000. tried tn got 11 look nt tho cowoHng the talk. Cincinnati En... The trial of Lizzie J. llordnn for the little woman in tho coutor, held in quirer. murder of her father and mother is tho linn giiisji of tho special officer. Muiiiliiit. Ii:.' l ''" I'liUfJ "Slio's u stunner," said 0110 of the going on iu New Bedford, Conn. Tiser.' ni i .'".unli Scandinavians otiloolcorx. "Look how sho'ii usin and Danes) in An Anti Trust Convention met nt dcr watonvorlw. Ununt sho ain't (Swedes. Norv.o'diuis United SUte-stho chief cii. 1 .f the pinched." Chicago Monday. Representatives used to buin M) (" JHt half) of them in Chi"An dnt's do way cloy1 till do. Cry were present from thirty Stntes. cago, Hi. 000 iu Brooklyn, 10,000 in 1 llko babies when dcy gets nailed. Grayson and Marion counties were lot she's 1111 old tin." New York, 0,r00 hi Snn Froncisco Thero are six visited by a twelve hour rain Sunday Tho policeman nnd his escort had nnd l.COO in Boston. times iw many Norwegians nsSwodce by this tiiim arrived, nnd tho crowd night and great damage was done. in Milwaukee rind four times as many Charles Y. Richmond, an aeronaut, parted to lot tho officer through. Swedes as Norwegians in Boston. Tho woman looked tip uh ho laid hii lrom Springfield, Ills., fell from his hand on her shoulder, with a grail balloon Monday at Trenton, New "Como along now." I'm: iiisi'EI'iia Jersey, a distance of three thousand "My God!"bho cried and buried llrmin'-- i Iron Hitter. l her fuco onw more in her bunds. feet, killing him instantly. rii)aicUHi twommciiil It. nnd his The offic !' hand keop II. f I ii I'f llHe. Otnuln All iloalc n wrapper. The Belgium Senate has nppiovcd faco grow deadly palo. In n husky bu trmlc mail muI 1 riMJ- ml Unci on the compromise granting universal touo ho said "I'll go pull tho box for Munr Persons MifTragc, accompanied by plural vottho wugon You keep her here. 4rc r.'n l.tmi dtitw ork or IioumuoUI crw itrowu's 1 roil Hitters s ing based on education nnd Dill." nM illueilloii, tt bmtm 1 As he started for tho patrol box rrbtilMt tliu auil adopted by the chamber of repre of I'i'i. iur uularia. U llic gt niilnc. bis walk wits unsteady., and his hand sentatives. shook ns ho sent in tho call. When A rescript from the governor of tho wagon dashed up, ho said with Statement of the Condition Finland censures the Finland news- an effort. "Thero'H a woman over OP II IK papers forcriticising Monarchisin and there who's charged with shoplift-ing. Giies.i you'd better uet her." the Russian Church nnd warns the "Wiry didn't you bring her to the OK editors that they will be prosecuted l)ox nnd save us gom up thero!" for repeating the offense. grumbled tho man on the jutrol Jnn-wirIu consequence ot the including of wugon us thoy drove off. "You net Al I Ik i'loxc ol llitxiiir-iti- , 7, IHU.l. city of Bnstov, in the ptoviuce of us if you were full." the As they hustled tho weeping form the Don, Russis, an order has been It KSOI MICKS. up the htepi of the big bluo wagon issued that all Jews who, contrary to S70,!ll 1.82 Hill ilUcouutcd tho driver whispered with an oath; law, have been living in Rostov, must "No wonder Mnc looked slinky. Ileal estate tf.OOO.OO leave the city within eighteen days. That's his wife, loor dovil. Sho's Furniture and fixture. . . . 1,000.00 More than 400,000 people are affected. been pretty guy lately, but it must Bonds and Bank Stock . . 1,1141.07 743.64 Debts in suit At a cabinet council held iu the bo hunt 011 11 man to have to pinch Cash 14,117.78 tin hand bis own wife." F.lysec, Paris, it was decided to give 17,280.G8 Tho uttrnction was gone. The Cash in 'itlier Banks notice to all workingmen in the emcrowd passed away, a few hooting ploy of the French government, that street drain running after tho wagon $108,:iJ5.4i) they are forbidden to take nuy part to seo the end of their sport. Chicii-gLIABILITIKS. News. in the coming celebration ol May day Capital stock by the working classes. 748(i.85 Depucits 111, .Wlntlr Kitntla nutl i'ruiilr.. 1,144.00 Dividend' unpaid StanberryJ. Willcy, of WilmingThe l.ussituis, by ori- Due other Hanks 4.!!0 ton, Delaware.Supremc Master of ent, iu mode of life uml in thought, 4l.'l.(il Exchange.. of the Knights of Pythias, is are really more to the Asiatic than, for Uiidividid Troth:- 4,:i4l.73 to be expelled from the order for the example, thoKnglishnnd the Piv: eh, embezzlement of $So,ooo ofthc money who owing to their higher stni.v.ul 8108,:!!)5.4J i.f eivilii-.tio- u tiro frequently hir belonging to the order. It is not probileivd in intercom.; with the fir.vij,'.i able that the money can be recoverA dividend of SI 00 per share is t their nth. clement rv.li;-ctc- il ed. 't tutu due nnd payable on demand. . t V..i.Ici: m -. Sapiou Martello, nn Italian was K. COX. I'ltlHIIIKNT. killed by electricity at Dannetnora, -a ;2L.lzsmru New York, Thursday, for the murder of Giovanna Partello, iu Maroh, 1892. Out of thirty-thre- e indictments lor murder in Saratoga county during the 102 ycarsofits existence this is on-- TO SKIS THi; ly the fourth to suffer capital punishment. Alton, Ills., has a curiosity in the nature of a woman affected with hydrophobia to such nn extent that she imitates the actions of a dog. The woman is the wife of Richard Lsom, colored, and ten years ago was bitten , , cm... 4 :... l... .1 "'. ,, , , I IM 1111 IIIIU nfn Worn-ni- t 6 rathetlc Scene nt tli 'Wliit IVnt Cniiglit Htrullnc. "Como ovoi hew, Mac. Wo'vogot Pomlcrril tlm Vac t Ihe Demi. All Incident which lutpponed nt n I ' tJ' ,l H,lort S:1 "K fun ', "" i. -- Slt. I HARTFORD y sem'-Asinti- u er I N-"- '' .- Com io SSartford .... 1 III-I- SPRING OPENING OF Morn-ingsta- Buggies just irom the Davis Carriage Company. C. L. Field's car t, !);" d come and judge for yourself. S37.50 SOUTHERN QUEEN $37.50 Silver-plate- vBflK. 1 de-v- il A o u ! inter-nation- per-Imp- M"4 " o-- J. I n two-year- For 3 ale! l'ost-ofiic- good hand piano, cheap for cash. Apply at A THE this office. EHTEB l'ost-ofiic- e mm hotel, I -- b'-e- n e, . JOHN SEARCY, Proprietor. d HjOiiville, XS.exltu.ols.3. 'MLV ( . , j ,.rttol'r-'gb'KW- j rtf "iw M tt UK have among its some deserving colorPERSONAL ed people; perhaps the best in the McMenry is in Louisville. county. They help each other in John J. sickness, and, also, on burial occaA. 1). Taylor, Photographer, Heaver Prof. J. W. Lytic is nt Mnyfield. sions. We must go to work and we Dam, is preparing to build n gallery Charlie Hamilton spent Sunday at will succeed. Col. J. S. R. Wedding nnd residence on the lot by Mitchell's home. will deliver nn address here on the drug store. II. D. Hunt, Rockport, was in the 17th, at which time we would be The next examination of white city Wednesday. glad to have a large crowd present. teachers will occur on the first Friday S. C. Roberts, Fordsville, was in Col. Wedding is a lriend to the colorin July colored examination, second town Wednesday. ed man nnd we always give such men Friday in July. Marion Sauderfur, Morton, was in a hearty welcome among us. N. II. Heiioui Stevens, n former citizen of the city yesterday. IMPORTANT! this county, but now of Ul Faso, Mam Kissinger, Taylor Mines, was I will be at Cromwell June the 20th, Texas, is visiting relatives nnd friends in the city Wednesday. to remain only a short time will be in nnd near Heaver Dam. Mr. Stev S. H. Howard, Livia McLean coun prepared todo all kinds of Photograph is n prosperous young business ty, was in town this week. ens man in his ndopted State. He in Prof. R. Foster mnde n flying trip work, I make a speciality of Cabinet company with his father will go to Photos. I use the instantaneous proto Mnsonsvillc Tuesday. the World's Fnir in a few days. Dr. A. H. Haird will go to the cess for making baby pictures. You It is our good fortune to announce World's Fair shortly. will find me located in an elegant c fixtures have arriv-e- d that the A. D. Tavi.ok. Thomas 15. Webb, Kinderho'ok, Photograph Car. nnd will be put in the building called to sec us Monday. Oh rim Inn Kmlcntor. on the corner opposite the present Iv. K. Shult., Heaver Dam, returnOw'ENsnouo, Ky., June 5th 1893. e without delny. The outed from I.outsvillc Wednesday. It is the desire of the State Disfit consists of a new cabinet, desk, Miss HvaPirtle is visiting Miss Mat-ti- c tricting Committee of the Christian tables, a safenndotherthingsamount-in- g Endeavor Union that each Distrct orGalloway at Robards, Ky. Ilnrtford in cost to about $500. Mcavrin and wife returned ganize a District Union. This DisM.L. will be exceedingly proud of this step trict is composed of the following forward on the part of the new Post- from Owensboro Wednesday. counties: Daviess, McLean, Ohio, J. H. Warden, Ccntertown called to master. With all her faults the old Butler, Hancock, Grayson, Bracken-ridgsec us while in town Monday. town is an angel still. and Meade. The Chairman of II. D. Willis, Hardin Springs, The following young ladies nnd this District has called a meeting to gentlemen made up a picnic party was a pleasant caller yesterday. to be held July 1st and 2d, at the U. C. Harnett went to Barrett's Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Wednesday morning nnd spent the day at Hockcr's BltifT up the river Ferry Saturday, returning Tuesday. Owensboro, Ky., for the purpose of V.. D. Gufiy and wife vi.: Miss Rosa Wcerncr, Chaperon, will start organizing a District Union. It is Misses Corinne Cox, lvdna Griffin, to the World's Fair in a few days. earnestly desired that every society Olive Carson, lUta and Lillic Thomas, in this District be represented by as Miss Uva Tichcnor, Ccntertown, Mabel Kimbley, Iou Mnu.yand Messmany delegates as can possibly atis visiting her sister, Mrs. L. P. Lors. Randall Collins, Clarence Field, ll ey. tend as well as all others who feel Henry Osborne, Wayne Griffin. Our old friend, W. II. Ncwcomb, an interest in the C. E. movement. They report a jolly good time in ev- Clear All delegates will be entertained free. Run, was a pleasant caller Monery respect nnd the boys say the dinFor further particulars, programmes, day. ner furnished by the girls was just etc., address J. F. Bibi.k, W. P. Gotland W. II. Bean, simply delicious. 320 4th Street, Owensboro, Ky. were pleasant callers MonVMO.V, day. Mr. M. II. Williams has been sucJune 6, Miss Ada Reid is sick, but ceeded ns railroad agent at Heaver Miss Maggie Stevens is visiting we hope she will be up soon. Dam by Mr. W. J. Kleck. Mr. Wil- relatives in the Heaver Dam neighA little child of Mr. and Mrs. John liams was a strict business man, for borhood. Davis is very sick. which the people admired him, but Shelby Taylor, one of Heaver Dam's Mrs. Elizabeth Williams, who has he had a way ol making himself uni- popular business men, called to sec us been visiting friends and relatives at formly dissagrceablc and the tears Tuesday. McHenry has returned home. shed at his departure made no perMr. II. U. Taylor, Sr., and Mr. Mrs. C. H. Stevens, who was the ceptible rise in Heaver Dam Creek. Lapoint, Heaver Dam, were in the guest of her son, S.C.Stevens, several He goes to HliAibethtown, and may days last week, has returned home. the good Lord have pity on the good city Wednesday. Mrs. Sue Hocker, after visiting C..O. King, the hustling School people of that place who may be so unfortunate as to have to transact Furniture man, from Lagrange, was her father's family for several days, returned home Thursday, accompaniin town this week. business with hint. Mr. Klcck is ed by Mr. Benoni Stevens, of Texas, Mrs. Mattie Ashby and daugh quite popular with those who do buisuess with him and we join in ter, Miss Ada, Ccntertown, are vis who is visiting his Kentucky friends and relatives. wishing his stay long and pleasant. iting friends in town. Misses Sophia and Siddie DavidHis estimable young wife assists him Master Barnett Rogers is visiting son, who has been attending school at in the duties of the office. the family of his grandfather, Mr. J. Hartford for the past ten months, have M. Rogers, near Heaer Dam. returned home. Sheriff J. P. Stevens and Deputy Mr. nnd Mrs. Marry Moore, Para- Mr. Ed. Davidson, who has been Sheriff Jo. T.Taylor went to theMagan disc, visited relatives and friends teaching school at White Run, is at country Wednesday nnd made severnear town the first of the week. home again. White Caps al arrests of the Mr. S. C. Stevens is in the commuJ. L. Hoover, an account of whose or Kttklux that have been such a souicc of gossip nnd even excitement school eutcrtainmc nt appeared in our nity this week in the interest of the Beaver Dam Library. for two months. It is alleged that last issue, called to see us Monday. Miss Turns is the guest oT Mrs. Miss Mary Park and Miss Dee a band was organised to drive out Mattie Pluratner. S. B. F. some worthless characters that were Sharp, two of Heda's most pleasant in the neighborhood and that the young ladies, called to sec us Tues White Caps visited some houses nt day. night nnd scared the inmates almost K. S. Payne, Calhoon, spent Fri The latest in sherbet? to death by threats and the firing of day night in town enroute to Bar How old Lee Simmerman is? guns and pistols. Some of the threat- rett's Ferry where he will visit his others remained. When parents. ened left, That Judge Morton likes lemonade? Circuit Court convened sonic of the Miss Leafy Nail, who has been That Ab Yeiserisfondof Hraburger? accused White Caps left, but it is now visiting her cousin, Miss Tula Penasserted that 'they have returned and dleton, returned to Louisville last That baseball in Hartford is dead, there is very little or nothing in the Saturday. dkau, DEAD? whole affair and that some disreputaThat Bob Crowe is the champion Mrs. V. M. Taylor, Louisville, is ble characters put the story in circuvisiting her mother, Mrs. Haird. She mouse trapper? lation to create the idea that they were is accompanied by her bright little That he is still in town even if his being petsecuted. The probabilities children. name isn't in this column? arc, however, that there is something Messrs. Will Sclemmer and Krnest in it, and if so, the courts should fer-tThat there ought to be a general Voglc, Cannelton, Ind., are the guests out it cleaning up all over the town? of their uncle's family, Mr. C. F. That Bill Nye Hardwick, the funny Tiolllill'llt Tlljloi- - Mini'. Schapmlre. The usually quiet little town of man of Hartford, knows how to paint Miss Verda Taylor, niter spending Taylor Mines, lying among the hills a few days with friends here, left a hog? , has been South West of Heaver-DamMonday to visit her parents in the That during courtship a young man suffering no little of late from the Liberty neighborhood. devotes much of his time to holding and conduct of a disreputapiesence Miss Mary Render, who has been his own? ble cuss by the name of Gardner, who and making him- engaged teaching in the High School persists in staying That U. C. Barnett lost out on his self obnoxious to the great discom- in Dallas, Texas, the past year return- trip to Barrett's Ferry and had to walk home? fort ol the good people of the town. ed home Wednesday. J. T. Wiinsatt, Sulphur Springs; He bears the unenviable reputation That E. Tracy has an eye to the Centertown; Sam shoe business while the old gentlegambler, T. J. Ashby, of n wife beater, sneak-thieetc. He has been charged with pay- Wallace, Rosine; Coley Daniel. Bar- man is away? ing altogether too much attention to rett's Ferry, were among our caller3 That Eve came to the garden of another woninn nbout town nnd was Wednesday. Eden after Adam, and her sisters have disgusting making himself altogether W. M. Johnson, Centertown, who been after men ever since. On has been attending school at Huntand unbearable to the citizens. That a prominent young man of last Monday night a band of nbout ington, Tcnn., where he has been lt forty unknown men appeared nt his preparing himself for a teacher, called Hartford will probably attend University this fall? residence and told him that he must to see us Wednesday. get out and he got. On Tuesday he That a couple married in Lincoln Dr. Nestor Harnett attended the was in Hartford trying to get out county, Mo., last week hadnever seen Hartwarrants for the arrest of the parties commencement exercises nt ford College last week. The doctor each other until the day before the unhe accuses of taking part in the ceremony? imhappy afinir. About three weeks ngo says the oratorical contest was Caneyville 'Herald. That the fact that there are more a bundle of switches were laid at his mense. door, but he paid little or no attenT. J.Morton and Miss Helen Foster, than a million more men than women tion to them. Mob law is not to Sam Anderson and Miss Elva Mor- in the country is perhaps what makes be desired, but nil good people agree ton, J. H. H. Carson and Misses Mag- the girls so hard to suit? with Talyor Mines that Mr. Gardener's" gie Stevens, Verda Taylor and Anna That the raid the boys made on the absence is more desired than his Bean, composed a jolly crowd who rattletrap that was allowed to stay in presence. spent Sunday evening at Sulphur the street so long had a good effect Springs. it has been pulled out of the way? Iti'illiloil l'ri Helton. The privileges for the Reunion at The 1'iwlilou In Name. 'inl l.cttcrH. remainBelow is a list of letters the Fair Grounds, will be let at the "I was quite Bhocked," said a naval and officer recontly, "to see in a newspaCourt IIpusc door in Hartford to- ing in the Hartford nt one o'clock, to the high- il not called for in thirty days will be per report of persons present somemorrow where on old friend, whom I will sent to the Dead Letter office at call Georgo est and best bidder. & Ward, parading as Washington D. C: Lieutenant O. Elliott Ward. I am IIpihit limit HUli Nrtmol. Froua Rummage, L. G. Walker, euro an examination of the navy regThe Commencement Kxercises of Clarence Roberts, Jacob Weller, E. ister would develop no such personHeaver Dam High School will take Stitson, 1311a Woodward, Alice Stid-so- ality. "Undoubtedly there is a fashion in place on next Thursday and Friday II. F. Lane, Iv. 15. Thomson, names, and when thoy are not too nights. On Thursday night the pro- and Martha Leisure. long there is no reason why a man gram will consist of promiscuous exPersons calling forthc above letters may not write out his several given ercises by the pupils of the various will please say, advertised. and family names. So many persons grades and will be conducted by Miss becomo prominent in a literary way W. M.GKli'fi.v, P. M. Dora IS. Gibson. Friday night the that we must have a distinction be tween tho various Besants and Tbock-erayRhetoric class in charge ofProf. IS. R. TAYI.Oll MI.M'.N. but when it comes to men with Ray will deliver their finales. The June 6. We learn that quite a of the school during the ten number ol colored people from this recognized titles the navy register success should, I think, obtain against any months just closing has been beyond place went to Sulphur Springs Sun- passing name form. the most sanguine expectations of its day to enjoy the basket dinner and "This is not so bad, however, as friends and forms a strong argument got caught in one of the hardest eomo forms one constantly sees, s home education. rains that ever fell in that part of the whore tho husband's card- - is George in favor of Large crowds are expected on both county. Notwithstanding the rain, E. Ward and the wife's perhaps Q. occasions and the unbroken line of Rev. N. J, Ross preached a grand Elliott Word or George Elliott Ward and other various coronations. If successful entertainments, which the sermon. persons with such vagaries would The colored people of this place are only, stop and think how very funny has so generously furnished school in the. past, will Insure full houses in making ready for a grand picnic on it must seem for husband and wife to the present cdtc. Heaver Dam knows the 17th of this month. We wish have the same yet different names I" New York Times, ' Miem'succcss for we believe that we how to entertain. to the wife of Mae Fnir, on hist Thttsdny evening, a fine boy, and Mnc is nil sullies, you know. Horn 1'ost-oflicPost-office; n, AND STILL THEY COiE! A FAitt Bftog. 8p eo:$ M SPECIALDRIVES THE TIME HAS COME. While other houses are complaining of having a dull trade, crowds are still coming our way. Owing to the fact that the spring has been so very late and having bought heavily, we find that we are OVERSTOCKED Swisses, White Goods, &c. The goods must be sold. In order to do this we have placed these goods on the counter and will offer them at prices less than they were ever In our Lawns, Q-e:rL-vjLl:- rLe offered before. While our Millinery trade has been a big thing this season, we are still able to supply you in anything you may needinthis line. We have enough To supply the county, and they will and must be sold regardless of prices. We have had a big run on Clothing, but still have plenty left, and can fit any one that may need, anything in this line. CaEfiUBJKfi We propose to make the week STRAW HATS beginning .4 one in Prints, Ginghams, Dress Goods, Silks Hosiery, Notions, White Goods. A memorial A Genuine Sale. Our Stock Must Go. "And the Good Work Goes on." OUR SHOES Have moved off nicely, but as we are continually buying, it enables us to suit you in anything at any time. Drop in and see us. mm l CO., Hartford. Ey, FRIDAY, .ir.NBU, Trade with C J8SW. irson & Co Hats of C.irMiu & Cv liny your Hour and meat at Tracy Jc Son. 2 Marriage license. C II. Greer to Miss Nellie II. Westcrfiehl, I). II. V. T. Godsey to Miss Ida Duff, Hradfield to Miss Fannie Huff. DO YOU KNOW Orangci Stcvins & Young men, if you want to make a lasting impression on .your best for 5c. at Tracy & Son. girl, take her driving in one of new buggies. Collins for fioh (Jroccr-tic- . Cascbier it Hurton's T. Hradfield and Miss Fannie Fordsville, were quietly marjesterdny evening in the office of County Judge John 1'. Morton. V. !ii (f$$yjiifyj ffilftWfifll lluy a ll.uincr lltickexe Hinder from C. I.. Field. Huff, ried Tracy & Son want your cash or trade pro-luc- e A new mail route is soon to be established between this place and Visit Kmr Htos. ic Co. for bargains llcflin, with two mails a week, startin Millinery. ing from llcflin Tuesdays and Saturdays. The $10 suits, at Knhn's this week at ?- - 50, Some houses complain about being Fair Hros. it Co. have ChiUlren'.s Shoes lor 25 cents at overstocked. had such a trade that they can say Orson &Co.'s. that their stock is in good shape. Sec Macho, Java and Kio Coffee ini.cd, them for bargains. nt Stevens kS: Collins. l'rof. Shult's class at the Haptist 1. matins 10c . 15c and 20c. jier Sunday School has bren divided bedie 11 nt Tr.u-- it Son. tween the gentlemen's Hible class Do you want the 1UJST C.roceriis? and Mm. Kowe's class, as l'rof. Shult. leaves lor vacation. Cnll on Sleveiis it Collins for SPl The Greatest Novelty for Farmers, known as the "Noble Guard" Machine, stands at the head for Durability, Convenience, Light Draft, &c. Some important reasons why a farmer should buy tho Charapiou: 1. Iess gearing and less joints to wear and work loose than on other' mowers. 2. Wear or waste motion, whether in journals or gears, easily taken up. 3. It is most substantial and durable. 4. The only mower that the bar will fold down ns well as up. 5. The only mower on which the knife will run when the bar is placed in an upright position. " '--' 6. There are no clutches or springs to get out of order. 7. The arm gives motion to the knife without a single joint between the gear nnd pitman. 8. It is the only mower on which lost motion can be taken up without getting new parts. h of an inch on its bear; 9. The oscillating gear moves only ings at each throw of the knife. 10. It has no frame hanging down to come in contact with obstructions. 11. The pitman has no swaying motion, but moves in n straight line.' 12. It is is a wide tread, light draft, powerful and easy cutter. 'one-eight- et .K Willie Hrown, whose leg was amputated by the Dig, I'endltton, ntthe ilartfont House, has so far recuperaYou get iH'i of Sugar lor $1 00 in ted as to be able to be taken to his cash, at Carson & Co.'s. home nt Taylor Mines Wednesday, Ice for hale at any time and any We wish him a speedy iccovery. tf quantity, nt Willimis Urns, On account of Childreus Day nt your or.lers with Cnubicr Shinkle Chnpel next Sunday, Kev. K. Leave 15. Fate has called in & Hurtou far toaiit attention. his appoint- in need ol a Mower, call ment nt Mt. Mention, at ti o'clock p. If you artin., and will preach at Chapman's 011 C. I. h'ield mil buy .1 lluckeye. School house at 3 o'clock, a. 111. and Kins. nt A new lot ol I'mVellns an Mt. Herman nt night. C.misds it Co Misses Lb.ic Allen, Mnggic and We arc always on to the latest in Martha Thomas, Ilawesville, who Causos it Co Hats. have been visiting the family of Kev. 111 Millinery goes re- K. K. l'ntc the past two weeks, reKverything gardless of price, nt Fair Hros it Co 's. turned home overland Tuesday, acFifty beautiful uylci in idles hats companied by Mrs, Fate. The young nt your own pri e. at Fair Ilios. &Co. ladies carry away with them the hearts of several of our young men. A reliable house to trade with; '., O. King, representing the Unitwhe.-j on c m 'ind what y a want, is ed States School Furniture Company, lfutr Hrw. k On was in town this week looking after Fair Hi os f: Co' rntry no stock the needs ol our scho jls. All persons over in their Millinery Dqnrtmeiit. who contemplate purchasing school See them lor bargains. supplies will do well to nddress him Mr. King is nn Milliner, Miss Sara Collins, is nt Owensboro, Ky. Our Ohio county product nnd will treat doing n big business. you right. Caiison & Co. See the litest novelties lints nt Catson & Co '.s. in Straw f, Van-derbi- 1 1 e Post-offic- 14j Come and see us before buying. Wo can save you money on Machines and Rakes. We get them both in cor lots and are ready to do better by you than others can. n, r. rc. . V X,r .ft. if', - Felix Fool, the tapist Ladies Slippers nt 65c, 75c nnd ago and the diabolical scoundicl who Kahns. They have been bold 85c, nt has done so much to blemish the fair lor$i., fi.25 and 1.75. name of this county, nbout ten days Your Hats to buy ladies come to ago nttempted another rape upon the Knhn's Store and get one at hall you young daughter of a worthy citieu living a few miles above Hartford, have to pay else where. lie did not succeed however, and has have This is true and you mus fled the country. them so come to the Clothing House I). II, Godsey, of Shrcvc, and Miss ol Knhn's and get your Clothing. Ida Duff, of Sulphur Springs, were Go you must! No room for you married nt the residence of the bride's at my house So the $15 00, $18.00 father,' R. J. Duff, on Wednesday ntul $20.00 suits go for one week evening at 2 p, m., Rev. A. R. nycrs nt $12.50 at Knhn's. officiating. They are two of Ohio Your cash' must be mine and my county's most descrving'nnd popular Clothing, Boots, Shoes, hats, etc., young people nnd the Rupuiimcan must be yours. So come to Kahn's joins their many friends in wishing Clothing House and get them, them a long life and much happiness. of a few years Ss, Beaver Dam, K.y, AGENTSTo'brdKo'DEALERS JACK FROST FREEZER. 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. Send for prices nnd discounts. 29 Murray St., NI?V YORK. s, first-clas- MAKES ICE CRIAM IN 30 SECONDS 1 'Wi tj if .. jjrtra . . teHssJl Lj. i M- - .' I t t 'J'FlMBnilr " ' '"TjtTijr 1.1 P mntmnnH4iaamamM. .' THE HOME IN THE VALLEY. plainly dressed nnd common looking know wlpy witlj pleasure man holding forth to five or six pas! own my littlo homo up liero among tlio moan- tnlmlilil, sengers who had gathered around TI10 nky kprcuds down about It like n rlnr beam? FUlfUY, JUNK (5, 1 89H. Our him. As wc came up he was saying: trcun coverlid. rft jftf m "During the 70 years of man's al- Ko iiohf Hint thunders through tlio world nnd QurServfcn,!: life Jiiihi VorrriiM. rock tho couli of men lotted life the heart performs about Cnn di'tccrnto tho sltciico of my mountain IIV KI'.V. IIIA KICKS. (Warded glen. amount ol work in circulatBy June 1st storms developing in the same power Hut hero w Ithln tho valley, In Its ilecii recluslon ing the blood that a One reason why Scott's Emulsion of Pure No the western regions the last of May curled. engine would do if run day and night lehold tho mighty pageant of tho wonders of will be advanced toward the central vregian Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites of Lime tho world. and t4 days. parts of the country. It will be quite for 13 years, 7 months I J't',a I You see, the heart" and Soda has had such a large sale is because it is Itero the brooks from don the mountain! warm, with easterly winds in all the through tho crdurcil valleys lands, but I've seen that fel- llrown by their eternal madness to flee, "Good bo mingled "Almost as palatable as milk;" but the best reason is eastern parts, the areas of precipitawith tho sea. ler aforel" interrupted the farmer's tion and storms will be approaching that its curative properties are unequalled. It cures An the roul of man In exile dally struggles in wife. the central parts, while the lar west Its Illght to the cough, supplies the waste of tissues, produces The great man turned to sec who Tow nrd tho fnroff control ocean of tho shore-let- s and uurthwest will have winds shifyQ' Infinite. flesh and builds up the entire system. had spoken, and she raised her hands ting to westerly, with rising barom-cto- r $V" Hero tall cities of enchantment, HUo tho cities continued: and cooler. Storms will reach the and Reolt' Emulsion ouroa Coughs, of the blest u "Now I'm sure of it! Why, he's the I'unsct rajillals of cloudland rUo within tho C27 Colds, Conoumptlon, Scrofula, extreme east by the 3d, and the change crimson west. peddler who cum along about four il)e cdiw-- of and all Annomlo and Wasting to cooler fair weather will have cross- tin Dlaonsos. Provonts wnatlns In cheated me in Hero tho mlrnclo of morning, tunrlso crowned ed the continent. B7 Warmer weather weeks ago and not only uiid dew Impended, phlldron. Alitunt n smlntnUlu as &!! r weighing the paper bags, but he sold In Its old eternal newness dally breaks upon rfillk. (.'it only the roniilnc. will center in a progressive way, ' tho world. A Uowno, ChcmUU, Now by t me three tin pans which leaked all about the 6th and 7th, reaching n York. Bold by ell UrugcliU. over the cellar alore he got out o' Here tho pomp of nil tho ecasons marches j earhigh temperature, and resulting in ly through tho p;len, MAliE C,it.Y i)V Hrlnglm; Kifts of enow nnd flowers nnd tho nnnrrn mm roaaanztHixt auk larrruj r.TsvM&uinnausaux reactionry storms on touching those sight." fruits of earth to men. The great man fell. Kvery one saw dates. Westerly winds, rising baromhe was guilty, and all turned 1 nm bosomed deep In beauty: llko thodewdrop PITS. All fits stopped free by Dr. eters, with cool spurts will follow that In tho roso away and left him to hisdisgrace all liCt mo fndo Into tho ellcnco of tho fragrant Kline's (treat Xcive Kcatorcr. No about the 7th to Stli, first to the west N I taTrct.iEdCixli.M.V(H)l,i.i.Y,M.li. night's repose. She O U AUni.liilan.OttlculJi;.Vi'auilidUSU but the victim ol his wiles. and Inter cast. Marvelous fits after first day's use. Let mo llvo Kern in tho valley in Its deep seclucrooked her forefinger at him and said: About the iotli strong indications sion curled "Them pans was leven cents apiece! And behold tho mighty pageant of the won- cures. Treati.se and $2 x) trial bottle of the solstice storms will appear. ders of tho world. tree to case. 'itid to Ir. Kline, i.o;iNVit.i.:,sr. i.oti.s .'. i::x. si. tt Gimme 33 cents!" Easterly to southerly winds will prethat He counted out the change, and she Iiesllc'j ore tho feet roam, wander, restless ara 931 Arch St , Phila., I'.i I'm s.ilc by ? . tho hearts that Lui) vail barometerwill begin to fall, and in-i'Uw. put it into her bag among the fried Here Cod tlimvs mo nil liH Glories: let mo slay all druggists; call on yours. 36 ly steadily warmer.resultiug it will grow nnd rest nt home. and boiled eggs, and as she sat a. W. Toss In Vankeo Blade. in many active storms from the nth cakes M'llKM'l.i: IN KIKIX--r MlV. I, Ml. .Nrt.AI, down beside her husband she remark.N'o.M, to 14th. The temperature and storms 111 Largo Cities. iMiij. ll.illillng Lnws wi:riuit!.M. imiij. ed: arc apt to reach a crisis about the Tho law Till 111. i..'Ji p. m. t.. l.nitMlllr "If this happens to stop his Now York relating to buildings in 11:11 , in. Wll'iniit new moon. Renewed activity of volcity imposes no restric;.).. in llttiilt-:i'-i- . engine from workin', I tions upon tho height of buildings Da.tii. ki7 p. i,.. canoes and earthquake disturbances fors far '.':i p.m f.'iT p in. & Irvlnstnn help it. Them consarncd tin for oflico purposes. An older law t may naturally be expected, though can't lrtil. it,. IKti p. in. peddlers hcv bin cheatin' 111c lur the limiting tho height of dwelling houses 1 p. luiilu.iii. tlorKti. not necessarily dangerous. They arc l'at. .. llill.;n. tn.lii. 1,1, last 20 years, and I hain't goin' to in Now York city prescribes their entbujmej conducted for MootBATC Ftts. ' readjustments of natural forces, the ' ' .. Iliii.in. I'P.nl ,, in. l,'HlpOii.... - ' . J. stand it no more! Great man? Why, height in nccordauco with tho width Joun omcctsorposiTc.U. lesi pTtNTOrnec onilemiiitiure t atcnt in 3. time tkiii tucsc Hi 1(1 1.. in. 11:11 11. til. bui'd-ing- s and should be looked upon as benefitftemntefrom ' HMIIUKIUII, cum of tho street upon which tho Reuben, you don't know 'nufTto ,. limp. in. I" W 1.1, .nnil nr rtfmtn cent, rather than calamitous. There front. On streets and nver .;us lien. niniff! .lri.,vln pttcntable cr.vtlf. ifn- - d , Ar. KpoUiuIli.... II .. IMi . lltmlf iion... not, Irce oJ iu when it raius!" in. not exceeding CO feet in width '10 icbarcc. Wcilile,notiluctlll patcrt Istccurnl. J I will be great electrical activity during tlurlcc No. W. .No. HI, 2Law sa. A iio'vrauraain raiems, wiinr height shall not exceed 70 feet, : id 5J cost Pmpiilct, the U.S. and fjrcisn countries J these solstice storms, especially duI4.il. Ik..l.. ol unie In BArilnt'M). 5 uvenues exceeding 00 tent tree. Address, on streets nnd l.T. IIiMldrrroll . ' ID. 111. 3; I .,. in. ring the night, but no one should be 0,i4i.ito Citv tfc.ilcs. all.NIM(lVKI, Mniiagcr. An Irou Thcutor Ciirtuln. feet in width tho height shall not ex.1T p 11. m. 7. C alarmed as it will prove grander than W' do iiil; us clicapus anliii(lv, iju.iluy An interesting development in the ceed SO feet. iJepiiiiuig iiml ' .. K'!' n.tn. Uwfuiim n nt, p Opp. patent Orncc, WABMINCTON U. C. S rise of theater curtains, especially disastrous. Our friends will rememl.i!-or- l ThnOhientrn lmildim? nnlinnnco rs- .. I'.'fctii. in. AiAj. v. nve m . 0. ill. tilili.t? 1' IU).M i3'lj L'l. .tuu 111 111 n,). ij. Ilnrtnlllp '.I..13 4. in. ft 'i p . ber the tendency of the storms to against tho spread of fire, Ik now seen tablishes tho maximum height of .. If il . 111. s '.: iu many theaters. Mr. Charles J, buildings at 130 feet. Tho stuto law Clvrrport umnHKH4iiwaMtUM.ji.niu.i4UUUi txtxrit. iti:ithtM3-tnrJnjitM"i whirl suddenly back from the east, . .. VtOii I Mh liui-iIII. I' Phipps, F. S. A., tho architect, foi relating to tho construction, main- WKEH YOJ Gil TO OWtfiSBORO fjpm about the 10th to 25th of June. instance, has always contended that Irvlrnlnn ..llUi.i.. CAM. ON tenance nnd inspection of buildings II llrnndriiliiin; ... Showery conditions are liable during tho value of tho proscenium wall in iu Boston fixed a maximum height of BW -- . "t&3 wMWM ..! jf" O mmff rjKCT33gaMftjBLsgffgftK all that period, and local swirls will 'theaters was nullified by tho large 1U5 feet for all buildings except tho I n, ....... 1 1 ;. ij.- n -. , o ct i 6 3 r Ar. h repeatedly fly back after passing east, opening on to tho btago being left spires of churches, nnd further reKBRTIiWlKTitiKiifT.f I m unexpectedly taking the starch from open and free from any protection. stricting tho height to 21 times the Tho difficulty was reconstruct a rigid widtli of the widest btreet or Hs. Rffl ,7ir,''VIH't?M8TKlSJiS ffiWJ h timYmWjfSmim the collars of the careless and unshel- curtain that womu withstand the " i. mnv MmMXmxAMlaU ?s't:gj . tered people. Heavier reactionary action of firo on cither side for at upon which they Maud, measured fiom tho face of tho building to storms will pass eastward about the least a quarter of an hour or twenty lino upon the other side. Enminutes. A curtain on tho principle gineering Record. 17th to the 19th, and should the barometer not rise, and the winds re- of a revolving shutter had been tried lluuiurH tin:iiKllli Children. main easterly to southerly, a series of in London and the nrovinces. but Mr. j -riTlB I ' ' Mr Ifw V TTM T Tb 1 JWSBal"" n Sat Phipps was tho first architect to in Til It j l:i:ovn that during their stay ; 1 1 vx . .. daily storms will fill the intervening rr Bfl 9 troduco into this country an iron cur at Putin it is tho rulo for tho uui- , .'l-., days up to the next period. 3fl B .,. tain that formed ono unlnokendivi I vcrMty crows to wear their bluo coats fur ll tine1 mil r.ir.i,rij ujj CUH3xvN?nlnBK4l nPlrl'rl .lliiT.iiiNrTan iiii.i. V. Kroni the 21st to the 25th., inclu,..,,!,, h, LlJbS-- kLj MXitfaMfl 4" .,.,.h bion liotwceu tho stngo and tho audi and caps. In tins custom tho juve .n,..rf.ir.l., I ' fi ii ' ,7 Wfl iU3ijiAK9h3V 1, .t.. ..it.i tf sive, we will pass the turning point in torium and all practically welded in nilo population of Putney find the Hi n't t I.Nt, qf H'i' i" ini.. subject for their ono unfailing jest. our trip around the sun, and stars for ono piece. ;- -: 9 kind A curtain . , shorter days and longer nights. It somuwhero of this '000 which costs As a light bluo oarsman approaches is erected nt they salute him fraternally with. about tl'-irK . . expect some heavy will be natural to the Priuco of Wales' theater. It is "Good old Kymbridge." When he storms, with rain and much lightning constructed upon an iron fraiuoworlf has passed they always exclaim. and thunder, say about the 23d, 24th with bheets of boiler plato on eithci "Tyko it orf." Substituting "Oxfoot"' for "Kym-bridge,- " and 25th. Cooler weather will succeed 6ido, tho curtain being thus a double they treat tho dark blues in these storms, and regions that arc curtain with an air ispaco between ol fivo feet tho bnine way. It is also customary short of moisture at the end of this about and inches.30 Thirty-twwido about feet hi'h it is lor n more than usually forward litWt'JMm mVMWM lnr..N.,Ml. Located rl.x.i to )..,..,t. period will have to contend with se- raised by means of hydraulic rams tle gnl ' -to dwlaro in tho hearingof the ' ' rious drought. Reactoinary disturbUlotid iiieaboruVt-eialHiH- , X ?;.(..,., tn -- ,,. ch. .- -; f:., on cither side, tho apparatus being coxswain Uint ho is her "littlo brothGw ' ances are concentral on the 29th, with worked by a smnll lover on the er," and to asouro him that "mother ' 'l !l trml- . Tl ' the full moon and the equinox of prompt sido of tho proscenium. The will Map'im for getting into such ' ' Mercury on the same day. These com- time taken in coming down is les a mess." The coxswain on these ocI ' 10SJ 51ni.rstn.pt.' --s bined causes are sure to result in a thnnhalfaminuto. When tho curtain casions is a study in dignified comhas descended, it rests upon a solid posure nnd careless rang froid. Lonwarm wave and some very active elec- wall of brickwork, cemented over and don News trical storms, with heavy local rains, brought up level with tho floor of T'Vvji'Sift AdmlnlMrrliit; i:tlnr. ..! .it llomr In T..iiii.ijH IF AA HAHir during the last two or three days of tho stage. It weighs somo six tons. Tlio most common mistako made "' Million. X'Just-i50?j!- . June. The month will close with and i'iV& by beginners in tho administration of ! v i vi;jr. i Hi': uiii'ini .i advancing from the very cool weather Collins Tor Exhibition Only. It an If ffinn i.i HviriM t Mor nciipoinoiV o ether is that of forgetting to lessen uS'n''JoY,Y'. ai ? The Lcatliifj Ropablican Family Paper of ihc United Siaies, ih west, which condition will prevail in Not long ago u Russian Jew family the proportion of tho substance when ork-H- ur in : I, Mithu th I(igIsuv hihI ill ImrmleMMf Itt t' tint is, cerefull nuiestliPbiais established that most parts in the openening days o! had a funeral, and before tho For on! di.ih iu .hlranco. n p una iiHi t mi I kmmm1i tu . vilwtlfr th mony took plnce tho head of the continuing to mnko their patients July. tiJitli mtMiorrHiftlribkrurHii ui.ui li'wri-'k- . houso visited a local undertaker, sayhighly charged It h in Un kiivii in a , nr.it in i v ' ; -J C ing, "Havo you a coflin with a mov-ablwith its vapors as when getting them rryu!i Hiit(r iiir w fMUiw- l limw 8IOO llonuril 8100. singubottom?'' Hospokoin a jiirrwr.ns under its influence. It is a matter of nilf. Tin' v '' '1,,, it'M,rjn.itnl wtli ttn The readers f f this paper will be lar patois, and tho undertakor had Mirprfcc to physicians how very lit- KKfti". it U- utiM mi u'tt'T imp iMl'iiiiy 'nr Hie pleased that there is at least one great difficulty to comprehend his tle ether will often Miflice to keep n lpitrupctir to xit. Ciirm tfii.initot !, I" LOUSVILLE anil KIKrKlS, l"M U of j iilttrfrf'. il.ltf thiiOLI. Ciit'csall the i;ews of Town, (.'ouulv and tnte, and as much. National dreaded disease that science has been intentiou. Ho wanted a "show" cof- patient well under its inllvenco towith t a w uwt: Mr.., t i;n spkm im stages and that fin in which tho body was to bo tak- ward tho rlo-- of an operation, nnd n4tti,(jlno, able to cure in all its I'P'.Ys i. any other paper of it.--. e!n. V..ur liomu would be incomplete with- -j PliLLMAN BUFFET S!echgf:ar quantity will always postis Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is en to tho cemetery and lowered into this out it. I'KOM AND TO the only positive cure now known to tho gram Then tho coffin must Iw pone vomiting until the operation is 23153 S3, Catarrh drawn out of tho grave, leaving its completed. Birmingham (England) fraternit)'. the medical bottom lid with tho body iu the Medical Review. Tri t.ilhi.iii urn t of ' being a constitutional disease, requires ground. Tho coffin was to bo rein.3i.mM.i-- . u n "ui,,,,.,! ij.1U))i, ,,fl (r nfi, iilvM a ri'liilt.itluli, II tin - 'rniln .tnl an I 'ittlflj m now.of t1(! u. 8. Atlriinniiiy In CIO II. C. Hall's turned to tho undertaker and the a constitutional treatment. niri'l, 'llfroin i in. ji j. ir' .tanilintr, iift- -r nil Pythagoras, who was born when oiIht Ik ittniii' i. It has 3In tin- iliMcully Tho Quick and Dcsirablo Hnulfi anil the world. It jivn tins i'vhiim f Jiirri-ji- l.iuiln in n iiutliell. man pay him for tho uso of it. Poor Catarrh Cure is taken internally, !! Auaximandir wuo in fot The Kiiniiy ''irelp, and our Yniing Folks. i"iiinl,luilyiji.iiiiii Its acting directly upon the blood and Russians, it appears, ar in tho habit Thnlcns nndexplained to his titudents in v ill ullliln'. N ivthI t tiniuiiuili. ol to ami ron their prime, Homo anil Society colytim einni:inil thn ndmir.itinti of .vivos and ilnnglitcr.4. system, there- of burying their dead in that way, tho motions of tho earth, and also i'lirt'K fro ii miiiiih ui ojili- null" it trio, mucous surfaces of the New York Plillm'elitlilii I!n llmo-- i ItH general piili'iftil nwn, and undertakers in that country . t wiitoiial-- . and diivu-iio- iii ly ti:. A. t'd.M.VIM:, 'r.ii'olmi W'iililniflnn Norfiill; lli' I'nint arc conipreltcnaivc, by destroying the foundation of the havo a supply of show or "removg.ivo them to understand that the t. ItlHlllllltlll lllltlHllI I'IhV-.i.- . lirillinut and xtmtittve. Its no gup.-rio- r iu ip:irlinpiit bright evening star and the morning disease.and giving the patient strength able" coffins to lot. They nre hand-somIt.ontf .ii.f Tnlo I" Clrirlnrnitl l.niii.vi'V the country. I'j. .Market UnporU urn rt'cnjjni..'il nuthority in all pirtsof the blur wero ono nnd the Mine bodies iS.7i4.;TnPDPn ennr constitution and by building up the nnd costly ones too expensive! bu A rmviai Henon ufai Enotorn and Nottlionetcrn Points Ian I. A .Special Contract enalileo in to oiler ibis splendid Journal and The tJrficuitluctst nssistiug nature in doing its work. to Ik) purchased outright by tlio poor differently situated uccoitling to sealletbrf 1 ntiU .Moni'liU VlcKvlmr- - lintun Kniiu rk CREAT with clegnnt lining and heavy sil- son. St. Louis Republic. i The proprietors have so much faith New Orluiuifi Moliiiv l.ut'i. llocl. Ilci I'cpiihliciin for one ear NrnurRrwTnncF, hi-iTho bottom is fasAl,.flDII4V..lnlli... p i. l in its curative powers, that they ofier ver trimmings. Sprltif" nn.l pcliii' In 'It' t T.'iii.u That tumor of n man. the vain KI1i "" Jjjtlt I'll, IfCtfly, tt,. OX2.I-tened to tho body of tho coffin with S&L.2i3 10 ,MItpi;iii si'o 'J'xi.4 Art miii"u One Hundred Dollais for any case springs that may bo tripped, and glorious Alexander. ucd to make hi t""3Crf' I Tr ill.nl 5i trill Loll, free n N. Y. Tiibuiie, it gulnr piice per year LnnNiiteii iiml tie Snutli nnd i, I' O. In ltl"rM Srn r of then it is released together with tho boaht that nover any mini went betfr.i.f.i. ?1.00 that it fails to cure. .Send foi list ia Mres. of r. benefits, ami yet he MSSiiriclMliiIlK KI.IVb ,tlAt hi Hartford llepublir.in " " ' t ,1" .SOUTHWEST. " testimonials. body. Tlio body is left in a plain, yond him in lived to heo a poor fellow in a tub to Address, V. J. CIIIvNHY & CO., cheap box. anil hi T'lellto i tliorniij;lil.v nothing that he Total. . $2.2.). Tho Norwich undertakers hud no whom there wn1Toledo, Ohio. romlitlon, iii.d utuviiltsiin uxcul-- ' V Iinrii, I'rr.t, J mi, II. IHiivm, could give, mid from whom there Mich contrivnnoo, so tho poor RusSold by all druggists, 75c. 43 m lent nrriiliKHiimiit in tlm mikI thrine;!, -- ir nothing that ho could takeaway. yon sian consulted with his friends, who A Kiiaiuuk i tho time find i"iiivi"iiii.ii.,i. Seneca. Of tho Couditiou of the united with him in having a show leciui'il by t!iu l.imltitl Kj.r!-- i Traiiir. A Urvat Mini. SiibBrriptiou uiiy lioi;iii tit uny time. coflin constructed nnd paying for it. iI.uya might' ioik I nwfun 1,..uhvIIIb wstkoit I'ltr.r. rniiss. Tim I'mIiuIiius "rtiimtnlii nf Yiuith." all oidem to Mtul M ttl Jilllf. el, :l tlio I." t it'll) iji.it'l.i'1,1, It is to 1h) used by them henceforth I heard an animated conversation Bimini was a fabuloiw iblund finn-las a "community" coffin. Norwich 1'rvli'ii Lntwf-ci- i Urn tw.t e.ti t'V r . Ilrr"l. believed in by tlio Indians of nil tho going on at the farther end of the car, Cor. New York Sun. Tickcli", nail i.ll Antilles, though they could yivo no Krilif l liy npplj liu' to .1. IJ.'i I" .1" our but as I was reading I paid little atAd'lil IM lti'H ft-- lliiiu.nr A Kitten In 11 1'lyuli.'H. further clow to its locatiou tlum that tention until an old farmer, whose ll.iriNiui, Iveiiiiiekv. A half grown kitten becamo lodged lay somo hundreds of leagues north T.B.Lvsch. Ecs'l Phi, ArtuLiaiuiik, Sv, wife sat just behind me, came back in tho flywheel of an engino in it IILspaniola. On thin blnud wn- of r " "TJ. sratT. ;ws.icawiwTtwrear,.s 'sirss-jiXL- r rciiaixu from the group and said: fit tho Closo or Hur.ni ess BX3 Portland, Or. Tho wheel moved m the famous "Fountain of Youth," tho DeccmborUl,1802. "Sally.you orter hear what that fel- rapidly that puss could not escape. waters of which would restoio youth ler is savin'! I've learned more in five Indeotl it is probablo that tho poor ami vigor ur.fl give perpetual health minutes than I ever knew in all my creuturo was soon unconscious from to tho most decrepit of tho human HESOUUCKS. dizziness. for this race. It was tho life before." .Sdi'.i A littlo computation shows the led Ponco do Leon and Xotci and Hills fountain that "Who is he?" she asked. Jl.OOO.OO 3B5i tho kitten traveled. Tho fly- Ueruaitdo do Soto to Florida, on tho J lea I Jtato.'. '. ' W.ijl ; 1'4-- ' l.fiOD.OO "Duttno his name, but he's .smartwheel makes 250 revolutions per coast of which tho island was gener- 1'iirnitiire tnul Fixture... su Cadi nit Ilain'i and lit other minute, and at every turn pusty ally thought to bo located. Philadeler' 11 a steel trap." I i 20,031.22 Hank Tho engino was iu phia Preiis. went 17 foot. "Well' it's all about sciences and :SD0 minutes and during that He says the sun is 1,000,000 motion things. Musical Ti.ht.i nf tlio Nt'iiiinllti.ii. time tho kitten traveled very nearly S!);i,2.r)l.71 miles nearer the earth than it used to SIS miles. The Neapolitans do not caro overLIABILITIES. be." She was taken out nearly dead, but much for classical music of the staid 82.r),000.()() "I don't believe it," she bluntly boon recovered and was iw lively us kind. At their theaters farco and Capilal Stock J ,.u. M Tho famous ivebcrvo ever. It was observed afterward comedy predominate. replied. S.'JfiO.OO he protested. "I that she g.ivo tho flywheel a wide San Carlo, a magnificent opera houso Surplus Fund "What's the use?" 102,i).'J . in which tho works of tho greatest Uuo other Hanks.. didn't believe it either until I heard berth. Exchauge. '..... 01 ,:i()8.(il masters aro presented, would dio of Ucpotits A Cuutruct In Kfypt. him talk. Come up nnd listen." distress wero it not subsidized. But A imtbic master received u conces-Bio- anything provocative of laughter is SlUlJfil.Tl "I don't keer about the sun." of all tho Bowago of Cairo. Ho received und rellslicd nmnzingly. "Hut you orter. The sun has got a Siihscrihcd and sworn to beforo me heap to do with our farm, I guess. sold this concession to a company j T1 innnor IU8t ,1()t i,0 too hubtlo, this Jnuiiary .'Id, 18i).'l. "- fjr it mouuratu 10wever. or tho peoplo Will miss it. )o you know how much nir you uuu reiiieo to iiuiy wiw built Hiikujy Tayloii, D. C. O. (.. ufortune. The company their and they will got impatient if it breathe in at every breath?" poudrottc- works to tho south of the Beems long iu declaring Itself. All In submitting tins wo beg to state T - f' l I x x "All I want to." city, nnd then under tlio terms of tho tho Year Round. that our bus'inces lias frtcadilv grown 'Of course, but he'll tell you jest concession demanded that tho whole ' ".1. each month since our opening, and HrlpliiK Oim Aiinlhrr. how many feet. It's the iutercsting-es- t of tho sowugo bo delivered by cart ut by the meet careful, wnlchiulness and works 'as thero wero no soworain Jones (at tho club) Whoa, there, u 8tf jct nli6irvanco ol'tlie principles of thing I ever heard. You don't tho thoplnco. There wero threats of an' Drown You've sat down on my tho mwt cnuMivntlvo Banking, wo know how fur it is to the moon, but , .n,v. . ..." ...i.mi.u.m. wu.iB, COCKIIIII llliu I.Jill.v.1. ll nil uu-- l . not llllll' to CXtCIK 11111' llCdllll UN he's got it right down to miles and but tho affair ended, as usual, in' a ourselves worthy Ii iiiifi', hut to We are manufuCturom ofBufjfjlas. Harts Sturi3 amJ Carriage?, and ileal fiirtjctly with rods. You don't know why there'sa compromiso In which tho, governDrown -T- housand pardons, old tho confluence tbut i liutoir so liberal- Magn-zino- . tide iu the ocean but he does. He ment suffered. Engineering the consumer, thus savinfj liim the per cent, usually paid to mitldlo men. Our price r.rn roas- ii illinium 01 li r,.,1(..,i : mini. Jioro rWKIM'l " "' .tf.mn wui1r1oa lot mi. wiim it. nil kin tell you exactly how many bones Vo mo hero to nceoiuiuoilnte tlo onable, and ve guarantee satisfaction. 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