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OFFICIAL OMAN OF THE FAF.TV III THE FOURTH CONQHESSIOHAL DISTRICT. TERMS 51.25 Per Annum, In Adunce. vol. v. QUESTIONS HARTFORD, KY., FRDIAY, JUNE 16, 1893. NO. 46. zine, for only $3.00. A The Republican and the Cosmopolitan, a leading maga- jWkA& S"j'i4&a .l I imi NYE, ANX- our misfortunes into groceries, givo outrageous forttinn tho laugh and mix things with her, as our athletic society says. I, I, tki: hiiaIfdv.n wi: T cast. HE DEVOTES HIMSELF TO SOME IOUS CORRESPONDENTS. .,,!., "ft happy family digestion Improved at once, my lcidneyn hcnlcd nnd I nm now a well man." Writo him tit nustl, N. Y. Crrtnln In all kidney dlHeiihes,fenialoconiplnlnts,back ache, orencii or lameiass over bach, Atone In bladder, etc. AImj tho flliKAT llt.ooi) l'tntirinit, removing promptly nil impuro nnd poisonous matter from the blood, curing skin eruptions nnd scrofula, dyspepsia, heart disease, drop-nrheumatism, drowsiness, dullness, Htcoplessness, eotihtlimtlon, hendnches. Money refunded If inills,f:ictinn not given. Talio homo a bottlo Twa thui with tho Johnsons niter Truman II. lmil been rescued from tho grave liy tho lino of Dr. Tenner' Kidney and li.iclcnclio Cure. IIo writes: " Sly fntlior died of kidney tliscnio nnd I inlicriled It. Had bcctmio so bad that modlc.il treatment censed to benefit mo and I wns given over to die. Ono liottlo of Dr. rentier's Kidney and Djclmeho Curo practically cured me, though I continued It a llttfo longer to bo rnfe. My Ailvlro to n .Stun Who tins Ilccn RtirTerlni I'rom I.iiiir Trnulilo Vor.rlni; Anollict Man's Trouncrs In n Striincn Tnun Uo mnrk. mi riirinlnt;. ICcpyrlKlit, ItK), liy IMimr W. Nyo.l y, ONE DOLLAR x In liny liy anv imp of cither imlly I art of the couutrv, who l Milling tuMur lii'lu0 irloutly at tin- - oiuptoi until uhltli wi fiirnMi. j lie labor It light nml pln.niit, mil i rim r llik nliatenr. Unlit (on tint c.iini.ctr so tint n tilnl whin nl rKiio yuu run glru tlie limlm-to outiHr. l'nr lho.c v. llliug ti, in n 111:1.' ink, thli It tlic grnii.li-.i- t mlrr i i irn cm work n1l.li... up l. I In. .iv. i.lliit .iltl. If i.r, .III. pjoird, ini'l iuiiu n ii-- int.i t n if - .it tour ills. mill, ulllliu llinin, nml nil l" t.iir In mil,', our IiuiIiipm will nut ht.t iti if t nil 1 OU Will nml in,p I, inn txiil oil IMP M.iri Hi tip n i i ill mi iljyl'innd ,r liy w!ilc!i)oii nmni dollar ml finui l'i ilivout. I.tcil lnyllm'i. m. i h .s llr.t hour. Anv OMHC1II r i t lninr fall. toil slmuM try iioMi'i K - nnill son 'it fur jourwIC nhut ion nm il" t tin lnnli.m Women Mlilth wcoiTir. Jo oniillsl workers; niiwaiUta llm nuke n. much 1 , n limil M men. ff llirni I tn till, li.i.lm nml It l o Wrln in "' writ ii.lni.liil to . ji.iir.cll. .Vdd.vi. II. II f I I rr .V D.nlro. 'i n mil. .113. ! lr ma tUK iJJV -- t ctn snx ten jioxn oris crrzz. FLOWER SEEDS H,1.l.thlUhrl lit. I'ubll.klatT I"1 LMi' Wvii I in w 'rWf&'tB& vr,?,3.FREE! 7v Vf?.i UaUrr- II ana! -i 1111. (iiVJV2uSC 'Ct y"0 W-- 1 tttay voth, 4(tvU4 U ftiVrtri. iwant man nttw. im imh.uj UdUm' Ksbi, nbllt ft41thf 4CWITI ifofcnv cyX,TUjXFWi fMLnk,i)fWftl JblU MMitft HeltMito, tie. T loirwltK 1LU tr I ltU(4 . ktffHy Ukt, will imv IM.J 1h air WarlJ Thrra4 & Month, laWW Nflfiirl. kl. I.mbvtr)uitiMiRBi, Itrlloa uA4ii.( itr, Am ikiAi IHfU.., HrU Itfmm'M4l, !UJm, f4Mi lUMmlrt, nlHHtttN)lllUMft wUrrtUr IW(mIl. fa ttwi.M r1m UtM inoalba an.1 Ull vntir mtftlfil lUlwllrt cf Cfc.r nk, .U,.K. IW4 bf JU4. Nttptr1tl7frl--rrjr m J?J UIIwm and warratlM nb (ta mrmAnUX rtk J tUaU N Wribtr n7 tliwi lit ? pi'ut irtlKKr t MMrffMkLknJ r utd wk y tMw4 r fcl T Im. fclntkt. cf Ui kitrxt-iUfsMa4arlMIA Ut mm Mflf aU, 44 "! ktli Mxta 4 a J rIUbt piUmbiv K fc1 hm7 J N Y. Mr. aai irao i.rtraw i, iriaraklfvnnj tcrtba fostallhUeflwtlh flrJ f tjatjrfaMlaua tUa M atli ina'imi H Ml Hi astMfilMr), al rdh, (JoUtyimti t iM 'J lr . '"'." t I BfMtrJ ' ! i IHoa, Wta. M. N O !lU.r, 94fM4H Uai I ntif'r mifip"M.J Itry Wart lwwr (a Itpltf tmimtit W - r" r t aiawl tt " ksd I UMiiA-t- MlUftJ. all l lhIA ff vfLl a rt la iMilef aawa-lif(ran raM4 tf1 iia, T4 ( kr lraul !l.rir4 Hwrrt I'fw, aaibracUff varwtUa, la l4Li j ha rrwrat la fttirn. ppif aior, im tarvat iraB-- iTta, laal ftlnawMBi. ala. fiaart I aaa aralhanvwl lie NMfWlwl a4 faiKhAibJa Unl Hooara p caJlitalra. aiti rUlta kkb w otfr,ara k larmt, la luifofj Hat aal mwl ralfLfktad aaowtt. Tha vr V a1 lbl of I (Mt,a1 trtJar4 tor UfM nwrntka s alloou j4- fbam f fragrant M -- 8 ef lta rwi Mlllaal colorlrf ANOTHER GREAT OFFER ! ittSSK i i Biry orH fr nbarr'MtM rrVa) - will araj 1 h I a1Ir (ifM" " maratfirtBHallatllaaia Ihalaa rtavat ackt at lha aiUftalTtif a4tr BW4 aba? a 4aarr1tJ, llaiaba IwdtMMI'rfltt-'tUrafoH .wl Tata. A4iral c . II. ilOOlU; A LO.. 87 1'ark I'ltM, Trlv SPECIAL OFFER! U aiMiV tit abova tfff. A i iW 4iM mtt, f will aJJitloa l all tba iUm toa ir wifiu. Jr.'.'V.'i . vkuX rf rf, ta tVarala im Hn. s3 m fr. It is hard to Fay. 1 cm only tell how I Invo properod nml how I would bo glad to ropo in somo other young man to try it, nnd thus placo somo more money in circulation this summer. I belong to a soeii ty whoso duty it is to ndd a new member each year, thus keeping tho society In funds and placing moro money in circulation each year, enabling thoso who havo tried to raise giraffes for tho park and mcnngerlo businesj to exchange tho plant for flour. It is pleasant on tho farm to sit by tho window ou n rainy day and look out on tho bceno and notice what is not going ou to watch a large, fnt. ndlklcss cow running across tho new soft lauii you havo been making ns bIio gayly saunters toward tho orchard afterward to eat off tho costly grapes that nro just beginning to lieal on the parent treo If you wish to come here, don't forget to bring coino soil, Psl. Wo need it. Soil and capital will bo tho making of our country. Wo have tho bitis for fnims, but tho man who agreed to furnish tho soil was ti North Carolina contractu! and got to drinking. Thus ho lost the apportionment of soil that belonged to tho state, mid It wns divided up between other Htates. Still I do not know but it pays to fnrm here ns well for tho--- who desire to fnrm from tho libtnry window as it does The tanner who desires to a t.um In red message will find n good pi lee here My corn last year cost mo alxmt tho s.uno ns my liillroad travel from Baltimore to California nnd back, but the latter saved my personal superNorth DaUot. Verdigris .Mahoney. Vlsalia. Cal. You vision of the corn nnd enabled mo to pay sent two stamps for nutograph. Ono for the running of tho farm next year. I rodo with a conductor tho other day Pleoso nd iso what will carry It easily 1 shall do with tho other stamp? in Dakota wiio had owned n farm several It stood now in his debt $4,200, "Sissy." Two Hundred and Fourth years farm. Thero street and eleventh avenue. New York, tind it was only a writes- "Aro tho divided skirts used by I li.ui) the advantage of him, for my Indian women while riding ncrobS thu acie.igo is less than half. 1 am a beplains?" liever m small farms. If my farm had Yes. they usothom almost exclusively, been ns largo ns my neighbor, Mr. alternating- between thoso and tho cavalwas. I would havo Io3t $10,000. ry pant. If ou wero to htcp into tho Fortunately 1 nm well nnd strong nnd bedioom of a coiurntlo lato at night and enn tako in washing in summer timo and jtidgo by the clothing on tho chair as to pick wild (lowers for tho wealthy people your couch, who como here for tho season. wlio was occupying one-hayon might err. An aged scientist who My wife enjoys farm life nnd has been came to tho Pino Ilidgo ngency to study led to believe that the fem.ilo sheep coms t io Indian made this mistake, and over off thu nest three times in tho summer with n large brood of lambs. Miico ho got homo ho has had violent spells, which no doubt wero brought on She loves to play on tho piano for the by fright. farmhands while they cat their dinner. I am going to try running tho farm Tho Indian woman btlll wears buckskin leggings held in placo by a shawl this summer from tho islo of Wight nnd strap which passes about tho waist. then writo n book on cnblo farming nnd When 1 seo any ono wearing a strap how it prolongs life. Yours truly, about tho waist to hold up tho trousers, 1 often think of tho cruel and inhuman manner In which I was treated by n largo malo teacher who almost drovo mo to tho wluo cup at ono time. Ho fancied that ho had u grievance against mo becauso I x n i I'jniiit. had put a largo snowball In his pocket kxciianci;. which in schooltimo melted nml made They call me Duke Vcragua, him feel damp and wretched. o uny-whircon-duo lf Onco moro it liccoines necessarj tc mnlto answer to n nmnberof correspond. ents whoso letters 1 li.ivo carried until they uro worn nml Boiled not tho correspondents, but thu letters. Hoot anil Shoo Man, St. Louis, pays: "1 havo been selling boots nnd shoes the pint year through Kentucky and write to ask yon why thu writing tables in the hotel rooms always havo n llttlo slit in tho mlddlu on tho top of tho table? "I writo ti good deal, but do not see what I can do with tills part of it If it bo intended for religious purposes or foi charity, why not mark it 'For thu pastor' or 'For tho poor?" 1 do not know exactly what It Is for, hut have been told that this hole is used in playing somo sort of gatuo mid was llrst introduced by Heury Clay, who was passionately fond of it. C. O. II. of Railway's Bridgo writes' "1 havo been suffering for somo yuirs from lung trouble. 1 stopped at u hotel somo yenri ago in tho older portion ol tho country, u hotel renowned moro foi its hospitality than for its nourishing food, and for Its gl id weleomo ut tha tle.sk than for its soothing, biiowy beds. During tho night a spiral spring got loose nnd buried itself In my person. In trying to get freo it buried itself in my bide until morning, for I could not ring the bell, nnd it was out of order too. So In tho inornlti.,' wlieti 1 could urouso sonic one by my weird cries the doctor was sent for nnd discovered tl;at a lobo of tho lung had been pulled away by tho spring How can I regain my health, and what climate would yon siiggestr Von should at first tako n largo quantity of iron. This will braco you. There Is nothing liko iron for bracing anything Then go tosotnoof tho Invigorating climates, such as western North Carolina or tho Pacific coast or tho Hocky mountains. Avoid hemorrhages as much ns possible, also railroad rating houses. If you could get otir muiiuon thu list uf dangerous Indians at ono of tho agencies, it would Im n good idea, for yon would They livo n good mxiii get fat nnd well deal better than most of thu poor ranchers and hi.vc nothing to do. Thciois n kind of paint that you can wear for years witlt oil over it, and you had better not wash nt all. Then by saying nothing you will git on lira rate. You could almost grow n new nrm. Do ' not fear that) on will fall in love with n young Indian woman, for you will not do to Nice government blankets will Ikj given you, nnd yon can heiiil tvway for J our whisky to somo prohibition town in i nitoicr; into a itiNni.vo Lvan. Who Is going to pay our board while wo sit down by tho rivers of Dabylou and weep? Phi Kappa Psl. Daltimoro, asks: "Is fanning paying well in North Carolina and would ou adviso a young man to try it?" ftrTuft ui-ii- Of course, I want to hee things, Because that's why I came: Because that is my name; I !ayilSTivJ J'.Oart3ColJi,OouhivSoreThn)t.Crcnp.IiiCu, l, Whpmi Couh, Bronchitis nnd Ai'lmi. A certain cuia for Coninmptlen In fir.t stwirr, erO Ua. at f tur. relief In iJnnceJ effect Vo J will tftrr taking thj th. excellent it Fold dci.cent, b; dralerc eierjwhtH. t..tlei CO until 00. wmkm j WmmMf i ' They call me Duke.ohl chappie Ami slap me on the back; They send me out sight-seein- g With Dick, Tom and Jack. y.lTifY titi. I: TABLEll'SDII C BUGKEYELiU OINTMENT; REMEDY FOR PILES. bjr BtriliUDSOS ItCDICISK CO., BT, lOClS. i CURES HOTHINQ BUT PILES. A SURE rnpired and CERTAIN CURE known for IDyaars as tho BEST A Sclentlflo American DESIGN toJ OOPVRIQHTS. For tnfnrmntlnn Anil frm I fandbonlr wrlift to MUNN A CO. UU1 llllliAUWAr, NkW VUIIIT. Olden tmreau.for locurliix patent. In Amcrloo. X'cry patent taken out tr us I. brouiclii tiernro the publlo by a notlco given freo of cluigo In tlia uliSTRADEPATINT8, SilCiW MARKS, iy nuiT.nv So he nseerl.iii.ed liy 'lotm' nuderlrilid method that I did ft nrd then stiutid nut to humiliate me iieb.in the M'iiool My trousers w iv iiehl in pluiv by it tiriilloHtripfilleil tlie tlimtthitch This lie iiiibuclilid to ivm. nsti in punishing inn hut ii'ally to give linn it Letter clmuiv at my rlciiilcr but lieantifuily molded legs I grasped i.t my drapi'iy ; m i i t . Im thcro i)ulel:ly tit the fatal wore those I loved who Were tliere. but the fiend in liumaii loiiu whipped my Ii.iikI.s so bitteily on oiie that I had to let go on tliat Milo. then lie would (log the other baud ami no he hail .not whipped moro than half an hour when 1 noticed that I had to grab a llttlo lower each time, nml h fiendish strength si emed to bo given mo. I got his llttlo finger in my mouth and ran Tho door closed between us. ami on I ran toward thodepot. I'ho conductor saw that was in trouble IIo said: "ltun in tho caboose and put ou a pair of my trousers, llttlo boy. Thcro is no ono in thcro." 1 went in nml put on thu trousers, and as tho train bowled along 1 began rolling them up from tho bottom. I do net know i i 1 oiifirn at tarecct drralatlon of any elrntlfla pnpr world. VuuLisuKiiH, In tho Splun.lWIr lllu.tratoil. .No liiicllieout nan .honlil bo wltliout It. Weoklr. f3.00 Aifilrvn ill (INN K CO, ycart riu.lx mmiths. 'Ul Urooaway, Wuw lerKUiy. m J,fllv Curt. Inillgrslloi:, imfooiurM, PrrPlai 1'hyil-otarla, NerrtHHiieni, stul flcncral tirlnUiy, rocommcriil It. All tlcnV r iwlt It. Oetiulno BM trade mrk ad erptted red II ecu ou wrapper. drown's mos bitters ivhat becmno of tho man teacher's little finger. Probably I lost it ns I got Into the car, hut I still had his carocllnu ring In my mouth and kept it as n memento, For awhilo ns I sat in a strange town with another man's trousers trousers that woro rolled up so far that I looked Ul(o tho longest walstcd boy over born in captivity I was cast down and grief stricken, and 1 thought often of wy mother nnd father at homo, and the thought was. almost too much for me, but a single glanco nt my low browed pauts, and I broko into a ringing laugh. Slnco then I ha;o turned my personal sorrows into tho enjoyment of others till it is lay rihilosqriliy thqt vo tmty turn But, Lorduval, protect us!, I do not want to see So much ns these Chicagoese Are shoving on to me! It's slaughter pens And gambling dens And boulevards And hams and lards And miles of streets And frciueut treats And big hotels Ami Lake Front swells Ami tooting bands The woiks of art A'ud bus5" mart Anil interviews And sparerib stews And building sites , And burning nights And sales ot wheat And little ieet And dinners big ' And tales of pig And heads of stock And quarts ol bock And buildings tall Ami loftier gall And smoky neat And cans of meat And board of trade And bargains made And Pullmanvillc And business skill And functions rare And gobs of fair And county jail And lots for sale ' And water works And grip car jerks And race track tips And poker chips And suppers late And whisky straight ' I Speech delivered by Miss Mfrry Miller nt Court House, Wednesday night, Mnyat&t, 1S93. The occasion being the Literature Contest, for which a handsome Dictionary was awarded liar: the nges ol the In dim icview and world passed before us we catch glimpses of its light and shadow, its briglfUicss and itsgloom, nnd we see pictured in its history the lives of those whohavcnuidetheworld to mourn, of those who have made the world to ijejdice. Ah, those been joy or great names tluii-Jiavsorrow, pleasure ba pam to the world, those men who fikemighty tempests have borne devastation nnd ruin in their wake, those who like the benifi-ceshowers have blessed nndrelresh-c- d mankind. 15 very life is a blessing or a curse to the; world, we either make sunshine oJmdow. It sunshine, how bright? If shadow, how sombre? O, Isle of Corsica, how rugshows, how gloomy ged your sea-giyour towering cliffs, nnd how forbidding your sterile fields, fitting birthplace for thy son of destiny. What wicrd fancies people his childish brain; what daling ambitions stir the depths of his boyhood diys: what dire schemes of conquest fire the dormant powers of his young manhood; what consuniation of cherished dreams crowned the zenith of his eventful life; what gloom and ibrkncss as Napoleon! life's twilight deepens. Napoleon thy ambition like the bird of evil stretched its wing and cast its shadows not only upon thy France, but upon the world. Not only tender loving heart about the pf thy beautiful Ivmprcss, crowned by the Pope himself, but upon the hearts of the loving subjects. O, burning Moscow, in the shadow of thy lurid bl.ie many a noble son of France poured out his life ns a sacrifice to thy insatiable ambition O, Waterloo, thy fertile plains drenched in warm blood O, chivalry of France here find thy Inst testing place, victims of one man's selfish ambition. Shadows! shadows! the page isdark. Turn page after page and another pen picture meets my view. A great conflict is beiuir wage I for the liberty The daysnte dark of home and God for the young colonics The foot of the mother land presses hard upon the The tender neck of the daughter. cries of the persecuted are of no avail, the tax is extorted from an unrepresented colony and the yoke is galling to the unwilling neck and stubborn is the waging battle for right; when, lo, a traitor is fuund in the ranks ready, Judas like, to sell his country, his liberty, his God. Shadows! shadows! the page is dark. Turn a crisis again in the history of our beloved laud. Slavery, that great problem, social and politic, assumes such portions as to almost defy satisfactory solution demands the careful and dispassionate attention of minds strong nnd Disscntions arise, the hearts true tocsin sounds and to arms our fathers fly. The conflict is waged fierce and strong, I,ce surrenders, victory parchThe es upon the stars and stripes. South lies devastated, her cities burned her fields laid waste, and desolu-tio- n is plainly written upon lier bleeding face. All hope of reconciliation and peaceable overtures are centered on one rugged chief. The assassious aim was true. The hero dies a martyr to ignorance and distrust. O, sad day for you, bitter nnd unbending North. O, sad day for you, humbled stormy South. Shadows! shadows! the pages arc still dark, hut we again turn and as the years creep slowly by we find the South still groaning under burdens seemingly too great to bear. The North still implacable c and distrustful. A young man is meridian of his usefulness. His heart touched by the miseries of his nt rt I near-ingth- south-lanhis brain fired by n vow taken by the dead body of his gallant sire, his tongue tuned to the soft mellow tones of pity and woe. He makes a pilgrimage North, bearing in his bosom the white flag of peace, and sweetly telling the story of his dismantled South nnd extending the hand oiloveand reconciliation. O, proud North, you could not resist the sweet gentle voice, the proud passionate fervor, and the brave chivalry of our loved hero. O', Grady thou didst draw the North and South together in love and friendship. Thou didst help to make the South to blossom like a rose. Thou didst furnish thy work and dost now rest with thy fathers. O, glorious life. O, bright page in our history. What is life but what man makes it? How dark the pages where the deeds of conquerors are told. How bright the page where the noble elevating life of the hero shines. Ah, what acommentary upon human aggrandizement. Shadows! shadows! what a bright revelation, what a glorious inspiration, the achievements of a noble and unselfish soul. History is checkered, lights and shadows. O, class of '93, beware of the shadow, luxuriant in the sunshine. How many lives are ruined by the selfish ambition of one. And how does history repeat herself in the disaster and ruin of her mighty warriors, and how is the tender love and throbbing heart of a hero, felt by the elevating and stimulating influences of his own (icntleninn. PROFESSIONAL CARD. recently offered for "the best definlton of n IRo-wa prie gentleman." The winning definiATTORNEY AT LAW, tion is ns follows: KENTUCKY. A knight whose armor is honor, HARTFORD, whose weapon is courtesy. JAi.f.oirvi, 1. 1. a, wrnnivo. The following are some of the 6s vrea.diIlE,, definitions sent in: 3C,mw2-aBjA gentleman is one who comHAUTFOItD, KY. bines a woman's tenderness with a (Olllce, over llaianr.) man's courage. Will practices their prnfoMlon In all Hip court o Ohio ami aitlolnlng counties, an.I court of Atineila Is one who, wherever he may be, Sprcia attention girt n to criminal practice and collection!, remembers what he is. rzntfly A happy result of the combined u&.. eflorts of nature, preceptors, and London Tit-Bit- s J. Edwin q - - Glenn L Amlc-non'-. the "tailor. life. In Arlioua, "Arizona, from the nature of its location, is, I suppose, the most peculiar country in its animal, insect and reptile life on the continent," said C. M. Bruce, member of the Legislature and oneofthecattlekingsoftheSouth-west- , to a reporter for the San Francisco Examiner. "There are peccaries that are very savage in the high Kincon and Chiricahua mountains. I have heard it said that they have hoofs like mules, but I never saw any of the kind. They are as big as a six-- 1 month-olshoat, and have a sharp back and long hair, and emit n musk something like a skunk. They nre so savage they will attack you wheth-- 1 er you attack them or not. Kvery once in a while some of the boys get caught by these peccaries. They have to take to the trees or get torn to pieces. "I know a fellow in the Riucon mountains who was kept up for several hours. There was a large band ol peccaries under the trees. The tops of the Rincon mountains are covered with live oak, or what they call post oak, and the peccaries feed on the acorns. They are simply a wild hog. I am confident our domestic hog is descended from them. Speaking of the peccaries throwing musk and the dangers from their teeth reminds me of the spotted white nnd black skunks whose bite down there is poisonous. "The skunks have rabies, and a bite from them at such times is fatal. They make for a man as quick as they see him, and he has to be very lively s, if he gets out of the way. Two employed by the Crittenden Cattle Company, died from their bites last summer. I suppose if I have known of one case I have known of twenty of this kind. "S. Weir Mitchell, now of the Smithsonian Institute, but stationed for a long time at Fort Wingate, N. M , made them a special study. He made the Gila monsters, centipedes, scorpions, tarantulars and all the animals of the desert the subject of special investigation while he was at Fort Wingate as an officer of the United His investigations States army. bears out all I have said relative to the animals and reptiles of that red van-quero- PlriKtniit Thing Manly, honest, generous, pure, a HARTFORD, KY. gentleman rich or poor. Will practice li'a profemlon in Ohio an.I adjoinA man who gracefully recognizes ing counties, and the court of Appeals, bpecia attention given to collections. the rights of others. Ollico north sido pubhe square. t2 71 Nature's finishing touch. The crown of inan's accomplishments. E. 1). OUFKV. II. D. RINOO. G-LffOne who perfectly combines 6c t. with A compound of the various good Will practice In all courts of Ohio And a.ljoining qualities that embellish mankind counties, and In Superior Court and Court ofAp. peals. Collections nnd all legal business attended One who acts with equal courlo. Office, o. 3.19 K. Market stUnrtrord, Ky. tesy and consideration to all men, be they prince or peasant. The male unobtrusive tid-bof humanity, who makes life succer.s ATTORNEY AT LAW, without bluster or vanity. Honor personified. One who knows what honor is and acts upon it. IS. 12. -- Wed.c3.ln.Er, A man who treats others with considerate kindness and respect because he can't help it. A rinn who has a grea t capacity (Office In Crowdcr Building.) Will practice his profession in all the courts of for doing right. Of1'? end adjoining counties. Also Notary A man who does unto others as l'ubllc T2n2 he would they should do unto him. One who is well behaved to the " meanest of his fellows, kind and genial to his equals, deferential, but ATTORNEY AT LAW, not servile, to his superiors. One who is chivalrously attentive Will practlcehis profession in nil the Courts .1 to women, honorable among men, Ohio and adjoining counties, and In the Court and guided at all times by a deli- Appeals. Special attention ulretr to collection. of OftVe, over Williams, Bell A Co drugstore. cacy of feeling. self-respec- Attorney at Law, James Smltli, .1 Elngo, Attorneys at Law. it Perry Westerfield 3FaLoin, IS.yIj. Heavrin, Attorney at Law, Hartford, Ky. a- ' ti I . i :l Rrivnrd 8100. taa The readers of this paper will be pleased that' there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been ' able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is L g IsfciTB. W.l' the only positive cure now known to ' Catarrh the medical fraternity. being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the OFFICE OVERBED FRONT disease, and giving thepatient strength by building up the constitution and Is prepared to do all kinds of assisting nature in doing its work. Dental work at reasonable prices. The proprietors have so much laith in its curative powers, that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send foi list of AT ... St. ' testimonials. Address, F.J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. Ohio. BE Sold by all druggists, 75c. 43 im SIOO I i. 611 "iS Js fit M J l r i A DENTIST. H & t9r ',b jrftw 7J&K A The Detroit Free Press says: A Cass avenue man, with a wife who has her own way about doing things, catches her now and then. "My dear," he said the other morn-in- g as he was dressing, "I think you were right last night when you told me that there were burglars in the Yr rsm-'mvt- n m i r PLEASfflir tTln Tr JMiBBBBTgtrk iJUiVaAz house." "Why?" she asked nervously. "Because all the money I had in THE NEXT MORNING I Ti.:L BRIQHT AND nEWANO MY C0MPLSC0N I8BE..-TJMy doctor s.ys ft act. nentlr on lb. ttomath, llrrr and kuiiier,ndtsiirluuit UiMlre. Thu drink Is t" lti?" iim"' " U Vewpa1 tor iuj as eiily a & mm ra my pockets when I went to bed is gone." "Well," she said, with an air, LAHE'SHEDIGIEEIf druggists at a psekags. and Jon cannot net U,emlroura!dreMfirire .until. Lane'. t.Mllr IAlrdlelps man., the b.irUeali aJtjMJdefWx. iiMllsr.tM.Muei .Mnr, All Mil It 60c. 11.00 vuAiou !. voiii)ivAt:ii. lrtiitir.ji. v.' m -- "if you had been brave and got up nnd shot the wretch you would have your money this morning." "Possibly, my dear', possibly," he said gingerly, "but I would have been a widower." She laughed softly nnd then gave half of it back to him. orauquaiiTT. SUTIIQC1UTT. WORMS! -- i m WHITE'S CREAM FOR 20 YEARS BtClURDSOX Ml i gion." VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. rrere4 ty T(?Q ym LL'S JLLE Irea'ouh" , REMEMBER and Invite the moat I carcfuflnvcstTiTatlon ns toourreiponslbU-- l I ity ana tno merits of our Tablet. iiiimmiijUtTJ S WE (lUABASTEE A CURE VI if SS V BA W 4 "B m. aP SOLD EVERYWHERE. atMClII CO.. ST. E tOClS. 4i rit will completely destroy tiiodcslroforTOUACCO In from StoB days. Perfectly barm- cnuBiiiiupicKiu-Riiiiiiiiiiniu given liuicupocieaorcuacowuQOUtiaeicnowj-ctlRof tho patient, who will voluntarily stop smoking or chewing In a few days. T.R .Wk'F.NNPSS onn WnnPHIWl? JJABT1 uuuiinuiiiiUbU uuu iiiuiiiuiiiij UJluil ouinny uuort on uie pari 01 tho patient, by tho uso of our SPECIAL FORMULA QOLD CURB TABLBTS. A FEW Dnrlntf treatment pntlcnts nro nllowrd tho frco nso of Liquor or until hucIi tiinoafltliovRlinll viilutiturilvirivo them un. Wo send particulars nml pamphlet of testimonials frco, and (boll Testimonials uoKinii iupiui-1- Huiiurorsiroiuaiiy ui mesa aauimiu coiuniiiniua- uuu wiiu uymuunouiuur aahlktb. from persons MILL'S TABLETS nro for sain bv all uniKuiMBui. 9I.L7U puriiacKngc who have been If your ilnitfKUt dors not kevp them, cncloso us S .00 nnuwowui scuu you, uy return man upacnugoui 1 cured by the use of Tablets. Writo your namo nnd mlilressplnlnly, nnd atnto whether Tublcta nro for Tobiicn. Alurnhiua or ,iqutir juiuii. DO NOT nt3 DGCDIVHD Into purchnstng nuvoftliiMnrliiuaiiiHtruins thnt are licliur The Ohio Orkmioal Oo.t Dbar Bib: I havo been u.lnz vour 1 iniori'ii i or 1.11111. asa iiir curo for tobacco habit, nnd found It would U..i.Xj Ji L c nnu xaKo no uiuur. r do what you claim for it. I -uied ten cent only by Mutiufncturtd worth of the strongeat chewing- tobacco a day, or I would smoke and from one to Ova TIITC nm ti'ti to fortvnlnpiiof tobacco. Have chewed yean, and two packagea and ainoked for twenty-livOHIO CHEMICAL of your Tablets cured me bo I have nodeatro for it. CO,, o Double Chloride of Gold Tablets ?!lAome.andwitii. Mor-nhin- o Quarterly Register of Copies, Slsflt P.rTeir, . . SOe $1.60 ITIJHREl BosndVoluraes, t.00 Itoutki to U red ti t QKrottQf ttt-bo.- la err cum to neb ttruck with lh Tirietjr SCHURMAN, 'A imfu. tlmclf ud Corasll FIRST-CLAS- Vairi tlsKtlsi i puh.Ic.Uos. I im or solid IniW.tlon yog maa. J Iibia, N. 1 t, Hills Tablets. clg-ar- r i ,.i ttfira j.:i..i: far " " CURRENT HlBTORY, CCTROIT, :t"."- - Iwa,l ronlti -- PAasl II MICH., U. S. A, 61, B3 A B5 Opera Block, LIAIA, OHIO. PAIlTICULAnS And forty million things beside, At winch Chicago points with pride. Tlipv'snvf'fnnipoii.oldiiian. come on!' From dawn to night, from night to dawn s "You bet we're in it with a will. For Uncle Samuel pays the bill!" FREE. p I know ere long I shall be dead; But ere I nm will some one tell Who is their Uucle Samuel? I've seen so much(the great.thcsmall, But him I havn!t.sceii at nil. I'm weak in body, sore in head; Dnnns Pesbt. M. Y. Some time aco I sent TnE Onto CtlElItCAL Co.: OlNTLCMENt for V1.0U worth of your Tablet for Tobacco Habit. I received 1 wsji tiotlinhoavvamokerand chewer. they did the work In loua than three daya. I am cured. Truly youra, MATUEVV JOHNSON, P.O. Box 48. PITTIBUROH. PA. TnenmnCrnMUCiLCo.! Gentlemen:-- It Hires me plcaauro to apeak a wnnl nt nrnlan for vour Tablets. M V BOO WBS BtrOIlltlV addicted tO tOO USB Of llnuor. nnd throutrh a friend. 1 was led to try your Tablets. He was a heavy and constant drinker, but after using your Tablet but three days heault drinking, nml will not tnur-- llnuor of buv kind. I have watted four mouth before writing loursiruiy, you, In order to know toe curo was permanent. .HELEN M0KR1S0N. Cincinnati. Ohio. case. OKNTiBMEKt Tour TobleUhaToperformedamlraololnroy OnioCnEMiOALOos t Tns mni mnrnhine. hvDodermlcullv. for seven years, and havo been cured by the use Of i..vn W. L. LOTsXlAY.' two uacknire of your Tablets, and without any effort on my part. Harri3 Theater, LOUISVILLE, KY. Mrs. P. Harris, It. L. Britlon nml T. F. Dean, M'g'rs and Prop?. The ouly moderiily built Theater in tho city. The only Theater playing firstclas attractions at popular prices. Situated ou West side ol 4th nve., between Walnut and Green. Prices fi0c,2i)e, 15o and 10c. l r - '. . RFSPONSIBLE 1 .2. I ". '. WANItUI l writing pleo mention tills THE OHIO CHEMICAL CO.. raaWl.lBU, OHIO. I. AcJdrcsa ou uraors to M arid Opera J I'd :t Vmi I'liyilcliiiii rucomuicml It. All dealers liip it. Jl.on per Urttlu. Ocnulaa d red lines on wrapper. and tuu trado-tnur- llroirn. Irsu n liter.. )si,i:i'sia ill 'J 8P' ;n y a. i , j? LJUJaii iaJkii ,'VkWH., iti t., Ttr- -r - I"' f " .SwEiWH f jHWtim n ;p ' No magnitude, beauty or fixtures. man can bo proud of this State's showing tho simple truth is sho is PUBLISHED EVKUY FIUDAY MOKNIXd. miserably, even disgracefully behind. KHlor nn.l Proprietor' Those members of tho Legislature who B. KWMr.KN, JO. opposed so long hihI ho bitterly tho FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1893. giving of tho pitliiuco that was finally ' ' ' voted should hang their heads in AUTHOKIZKU TO ANNOUNCE VS AKU itbamo at tho humiliation they huvo DAN F. TRACY helped to heap upon tho people of As a candidate for State Senator from this great State. the 8th Senatorial District, subject to the nction of the Republican party. A WARNING. Hartford Republican WASHINGTON. i ' No argument is necessary to prove Otm best physicians sny tho public tho statement that the rights of socieof health demands that the town bo ty aro superior to those of the individ cleaned lip. tint. It is so reasonable, so in accord with co mm on sense, so inseparable will not clean up It' tho citizens delayfrom good and wise government that their premises, then the town should to assert tho contrary would bo to do to. It must bo dono by somebody. If in your prcambulnting over the. plead guilty either of a vicious or an earth, dear reader, you find a town of Adminisignorant mind. When there is, or It is announced that tho equal size that harbors the clement tration will appoint Gen. Don Carlos seems to be, a conflict of interests conducive to more malaria than Buell, of Aidno, to bo Register of tho between an individual and tho body Hnrtford, please inform the editor of Treasury in placo of Gen. W. S. politic of which ho is a member, wis this column and he will have it sent llosecrnuz, who has held tho position doin and justice alike declare that tho to the World's Fair as a direct bid for fornicr shall yield tho question for the I during tho past eight years. the Cholera, otherwise Hartford, hercommon good. And ('specially does self, will have to assume this honorais Tin: Democrats have had con this principle hold true when individble distinction among towns and trol of the Government less than four ual nnd public interest are one and cities. Clean up without delay the months and the country is threatened the same, even though the individual filthy places. What may citizen may bo inconvenienced nt a & with n financial panic. bo reasonably expected by the certain time as ho thinks, when in not Beaver Dam, Ky. Prof. Kugene Hargrave, the gentletime they have been in four years? fact whatovcr sacrifice ho makes is for manly horse trainer, who has several his own good equally with that of his race horses iu charge at the Fair Statement of the Condition Bkn Johnson, of Bardstown, will fellow ditizens. The poiut is that soGround is the maker of a very fine and Collector of tho Louisbe appointed ov tin: ciety has a right to demand of nny effective liniment which he uses on ville District. This is a signal victo-rcitizen that he do whatever may bo ins norscs lor lameness, sprains, for Senator Lideay over the OK for tho public good. The individual etc. Well, the other day Casebicr & comBurton had a lame horse and they obmay be inconvenienced when society bine. l lillolllPKX, Jnii At tlir CIikp tained some of Prof. Hargrave's magor government, its agent, calls upon wiry 7, 1HU.1. necessiic liniment and the horse was cured in The teachers of the county are re him to go and fight for the common HKSOUltCKS, a twiukle.and now Mose Hudson wants quested to call or send to this oflico defense, nevertheless the public wel870,!) 1.82 to know if it will be safe to let this Dills discounted for copies of the Institute Syllabus, fare demands it aud ho mud go. He .'1,000.00 cuied horse out on the road alter hav- Ileal estate So may destroy or conquer the enemy, which are now ready for distribution. ing the race horse liniment used on Furniture and fixtures. . . . 1,000.00 order to the public weal requires it, but he Houds nud Hank .Stock . . I.34I.U7 You should have a copy in Mose advances the idea one foot. Debts iu suit prepare yourself more fully for the must neither destroy nor even disturb that this foot will travel faster than Cash ou hand 11.117.78 his fellow citizens iu peace or war for Institute. the others and insists that the other Cash in other Hanks 17,2S0.8 the public good forbids it. three feet shall be bathed in the lini13, Hon. Louis Jones, of Muhlen-bur- g, It is the part of good government, SlOS.HO.Vl!) ment, too, so as to avoid any possibilFriday. He was one not only to ward off outward foes, but died last LIAIIILITIKS. ity of trouble from fast and slow of tho most prominent men in this to remove or destroy those within, ftctonthesamehorse. Mose, you're a Capital stock 830,000.00 part of the State, having served sev- together with their aids and hiding daisy. Deposits iL4Ml.Wi eral terms in the Lower House of the places. Whoever harbors a foe to Dividends unpaid 1,111.00 General Assembly nnd having been his country in time of war is a traitor Due other Hanks WO V. II. Burton, the joker, has disll.'l.lil once elected to tho Senate from this so declared by the law, and whoever co veied a new plan for laying off gar- Discount and Exchange. Undivided Profits i,:no7;i District to succeed Gen. S. E. Hill. harbors a foe internal or external, dens in the spring at plantinir time. A secondMr. Jones was a strong Republican, cither a national or sanitary is unwise, jre js jcaij T0ucon his plan andevcrv 8l(W,:5l..-li- l but was loved and respected by his if not criminal. The public health is man he meets he stops and lays ofi his proxised garden in miniature form people independent of politics. In one great charge and care of govern A dividend of SI. 00 per slinru is for him. All the curious marks nnd now due nud payable mi demand. him Muhlenburg has lost one of her ment and to its requirements must drawings you find on the pavement best citizenes. ."5. K. COX, I'ltlXlltKXT. bow alike the high and the low, the or plank fences or on the sides of ""- - "irf r m rich nnd the poor, the great and the Ford's Theatre at Washington, frame houses are merely sketches ol tho same iu which President Lincoln small. The world is threatened with his plan. Burton sometimes drives a n scourgo of cholera between this and was shot by J. Wilkes Booth in 18G5, freight wagon to and from Beaver fell in Friday, instantly killing about the frosts of autumn, and to ward oil Dam, so docs Squire Vaught. Well, the next day after Burton got the twentyofivc persons nnd maiming a its spread in this country should it apis -- TO SKI? TUli- plan perfected nnd well iu hand he number of others. The theatre had pear obligatory not only upon the met the Squire and hopped off his by tho Government part of those in authority but also up been purchased that the wagon and invited the former to get for tho keeping of some records, and on tho part of each and every good school will require two teachers for a citizen. Hartford has a deep interdown too, not to nave a deatli graphad several times been condemned as It is an open secret here that four est in this matter. Tho welfare of the members of the Cabinet have at every definite time, it is their duty to enter ple, but to look at his patent. Right unfit for use. At tho time of the into regular contract with an assist- down iu the dust they sat and Burton crash about five hundred clerks were commuuity demands that all necessa meeting of the Cabinetat which finanant, at a stipulated salary, payable busied himself by explaining his plan work in the building. It is some-wh- at ly precautions be taken, not only to cial matters have been discussed ad- out of the public fund. at by various rude marks and signs, waid off the great scourge, but toprer vocate an immediate issue of bonds of a coincidence that the day the Many complaints reach this office scratched with his finger in the dust, building fell, J. Wilkes Booth's broth-e- r, vent as far as possible the generation to the extent of $100,000,000, to that trustees lose sight of their sworn at which the horses have since been of conditions productive of mnlaria strengthen the gold reserve of the duty iu order to use the tho great Edwin Booth, lay a children's scaring. The Squire has been taken Treasuary, but Mr. Cleveland will money for pensioning superannuated and typhoid fever. A general cleancorpse. into full partnership nnd confidence. not agree to it; is so anxious to con- relatives or friends or lor the advaning up is necessary and if the best inState and County rights for sale beOne great factor in the present f- terests of the community nre to be re tinue to impress the "object lesson," tage of their own sons or daughters low cost. Apply at onceoryou will inancial stringency is the proposed spected it will be had. It may cost which he is pleased to call the present whom they wish to thrust u pou the be forever barrod. of of the our citizens, or some of them, a little financial stringency, upon the counC. change in the iudustrial policy schools regardless of their qualificaThe Democracy proposes to time and expense to remove the filth try. nation. tions or acceptability, to the rejection Last Sunday evening I was down Secretary Gresham has a temper of learned, trained, and forceful change that system under whose wise they have allowed to accumulate that often becomes stormy, aud just teachers. In view of this, it is not town for my mail and if you rememand beneficence influence, this couu about their premises or places of bus now it is in one ofits stormiest periods. amiss to say to you that there is small ber correctly it was just about hot try in thirty years has reached a iness. They have no right to endau He will save you MONKY by Huying from HIM. Will The new Russian extradition treaty prospect of our getting forward in an enough at 3 o'clock to boil a beef height in industrial prosperity and na- ger their own health or that of their steak. .A fellow always gets hotter sell you n Huggy, Harness, Lap Duster ttntl Whip from (!0.00 was officially made public this week, educational way until the people tional wealth unknown elsewhere to families much less that of the whole but one newspaper printed the treaty awake to the fact that they must in his Sunday rigging than in his up to $7.").00. Tho Davis Carriage Company bus the reputaancient or modern times; and instead town. Gentlemen, if you will not and all of every days, anyhow, and 1 was nearing the correspondence beof this system so in keeping with our clean up, you should he compelled to tween the two governments one day choose for their trustees the very bc3t the where the new furnition of building the best Huggy for the money ot any Factory men in their respective districts men ture is, and was wondering whether I conditions they propose to introduce do so compelled, not merely by before it was given out by the of intelligence, men ol public spirit, iu Cincinnati. a policy that has in each and every public seutiment, but by the strong and Mr. Gresham says it men who know that the State provides should live to cat next winter snow balls or liquidate myself to death, I case in which it has been tried iu our arm of the law, by a was stolen, and that it could not have money to make Schools for the Chilcountry been followed by disashealthy and firm demand from the been stolen without connivance of dren and not that their favorites may was accosted by that prince of genteel ter. No wonder times are close, and people. some employe of the department. have places and salaries whether they fellows, Randall Collins, who with when extremely hard times are feared The pond at the turn of tho Beaver He is trying to find the guilty man. are competent to do good work or not. hisequally popular friends, Bob Walk, Secretary Tillman, of the National Trustees who fail or relusc to use the er and Henry Nail, were prcsidingover the country Dam road demands immediate attenthreatens Democracy Farmer's Alliance, thinks the assis public fund to get the best service-possibl-e a bucket full of circus lemonade. I with Free Trade, There is tion. Drain it, drain it. say circus lemonade, because it wa.s are really guilty of misfeasenough accumulated filth and stag, tance his orgnization gave to the It It possible a Top Huggy with Silver - plated Dash Rail, Scat Rail, HanJlef, In writing up the Press Association uant water there to inoculate the Democratic party in the last cam- ance iu office, and ought to be re- red like that you see in the tall glassiiuu uoiius uiiu oiian lips, I or nuovc price i es on circus days just cold enough; and giving tho list of officers elected paign deserves recognition, and that Yours truly, wunie town witli malaria, iue in- his appointment to be Register of the moved. justswcct enough, audjust red enough. we failed through an oversight to C " e 0 Ki. Portkr Thompson. terior of the block bounded by MarkR c E That lemonade was delicious and ns it Treasury will just about cancel the mention the name of Col. I. B, Nail, Union nud Main Streets aud the et, H Ji n fried nud hissed nnd stewed in its well Mr. Cleveland's obligation. of the Fai mera Borne Journal, who C. Hardwick place is a seething mass course down my red hot throat, I known hatred for the Alliance and nt. Col. was elected of filth. A prominent citizen remark thanked them heartily nnd resolved to 2". Nail was with tho Association during ed the other day that there is cuough its foster brother, the Peoples Party, eZDv live long enough to sec all three of r, c O does not augur well for Mr. Tillman's the stay at Louisville and tho wholo H these jolly fellows happily married malaria there to kill tho wholo county. prospects of getting an office. trip to Chicago, and did valiant ser Clean it up, gentlemen, clean it up. and settled down, and to that' end I In view of Mr. Cleveland's expressQ 3 r vice iu making things pleasant for Hi take it upon myself to offer the trio, The interior is low and flat aud the ed confidence in the early repeal of the is an old Ohio county the boys. He singly or in the lump to O either water from the livery stable drains Sherman Silver law, the opinion of a 5 boy and we iu common with his host into it maidens, who may be in 5! to a great extent and remains Senator Manderson, who has ne-c- r of warm friends are proud to know of staudiug. So from various other un- been a radical in his financial ideas, need of good and obedient husbands. for our New 80 page Catalogue of all kinds of Vehicles. Write the success that is crowning his jour All applications strictly secret. First Address clean sources. We learn that several is significant. He says that the Sheris ualistic efforts. The Farmers Home business bouses comes, first served. Come early and SOUTHERN BUGGY CO. in this block frontiug man law cannot be repealed by the avoid the rush. Journal is recognized as the ablest and on Market CINCINNATI. OHIO. U. S. A. Street have at this good next Congress, unless it be coupled D. & P. S. I will be assisted by John T. agricultural paper in most popular with free coinage in some form. He hour pools of stagnant water under Beaver Dam, Ky. Moore, who also enjoyed the treat. tho South and its present high them. Is is true? If it is the owners thinks it probable that the silver men standing aud worth are the creatures would agree to increase the amount Melvin Taylor, Prcntis, is putting Lane's medicines move the bowels should drain them without waiting tho of Col. Nail's tireless energy and na request of higher authority. Let tho of silver in the dollar in order to get very day. In order to be healthy in a new boiler for his saw and grist of free coinage they this is necessary. tivo talent. Tho mill. The Squire, as his friends arc Houorablo Board of Town Trustees free coinage, but that ,v!-- m must have or they will not nllow the Association was a worthy complithe pleased to call hint, is a hustler and consider tho matter of taking unmisIiimiI Til res III 111;, Sherman law to be repealed. ment most worthily bestowed ou one docs a good business. takable steps toward a general cleanI take this method of informing the It is denied at the State Departwho is in closer touch and sympathy ing up. They should passu stringent ment I'l.EANA.NT HIM.. that Minister Blount has made a people of the southern part of the with the great agricultural element of Wheat and oats are looking well, ordinance requiring tho entire town report favoring the annexation of county that I am better than ever society than any other man iu the to be cleaued, aud especially those Hiwaii, as stated iu a letter from Hon prepared to do their threshing, having and promise the best yield for years. State. We beg pardon, Colonel, for Died, at the residence of James places where the accumulations of off olulu. purchased of Taylor & Co., of Beavtho oversight and gladly make the Mrs. Adaline Young. scourings and filth aro becoming a er Dam, a new Aultmnn-Taylo- r correction. Misses Altha and Laura Jenkins, of "There is a salve forevery wound." Thresher. I have also purchased a public nuisance. Clean up, clean up, We refer to DeWitt's Witch Hazel new Traction Engine and will run Habit, Daviess county, visited their KENTUCKY AT THE PAIR. clean up. Salve, cures burns, bruises, cuts, in- my thresher hereafter by steam. grandmother, Mrs. Jane Arnold, last Every patriotic Kentuckian desires Piles can be cured, piles will be dolent sores, as a local application in , iiiauking tile people lor tlieir very week. to see at tho great World's Exposition cured, piles arc cured with DeWitt's the nostrils it cures catarrh, nud alThe Sunday School nt this place is liberal patronage of the past seven or fitting nnd appropriate displays from Witch Hazel Salve. An excellent ways cures piles. L. B. Bean. eight years and hoping for a contin- doing good work. tho boundless resources of his native remedy for all skin diseases. L.D.Iicau. George A. Sanderfur's funeral will uance of the same, I nm, Rcsp'y, be preached at Pleasant Hill the Hurt lord t'oiuplliiipiitcil, State. But what is his humiliation to ?. I?. RooiiKS, Coughing leads to Consumption. CANIiYVIU.i; IIKHAMI. third Sunday in this month. find perhaps only two displays at all Pientis, Ky. Ketnp'sBalsniu stops the cough at once. The closing exercises of the HartBro. Winkler hns been giving some commensurate with tho resources of ford College and Buiuess Institute nt Attention! interesting sermons on the "Identity tho commonwealth. The display in is a truth in medicine that the It All comrades of P. Morton, Post of the Church" nt Hickory. Hartford last week wa.s simply grand. Miniug Building nnd the tobacco ex. smallest dose that performs a cure is Nothing is more sublime than the No. 4, (,. A. II., arc requested to atF. L. Sandkri'OR. Rishibit in tho Agricultural Building, the best. DeWitt's Little P.arly commencement exercises of a college tend n call meeting nt their headquarto perfection, ers arc the smallest pills, will perform while far from being up The most intelligent people of our or school. It brings us back to our ters Saturday, June 24, on special aro creditable. Aside from these it the cure, and nre the best. L, 13. Dean. boyhood days with a longing t a feel- business. All comrades, for neglect community recognize in DeWitt's m m Little Early Risers pills of unequnled would seem that tho State is comparSI5ND twelve cents in postage ing we can't explain for something of meeting with Post, or 11011 payment merit for dyspepsia, headache and atively unknown. Tho forestry ex- stamps to 39 Corcoran Building, Wash- in the past. If we could only call of dues, will be dropped from the roll constipation. Very small, perfect in Xos. 234 to 24a East Market Street, Between Brook nnd Floyd Streets. hibit would be discreditablo to an ington, D. C, and you will receive back those days, those days ol 'olo- - except where sickness is reported. action. L. B. Bean, iy The four copies of Knte Field's Washingaverage Kentucky wood pile. gies, nnd they would last forever a The quarterly report has to be sent to 'Mmif Pcrnons THE BEST sfjOoTpER DAY HOTEL IN THE CITY OR STATE. Kentucky Building is a very pretty ton, containing matter of special in- whole lifetime ot study nnd investiga- the Department, so you nre respectiro brolcn down l.ora overwork or hotucboUt crui Brown' Iron Blttum Jittlo affair, but not at all up to those terest. Give name and address, and tion. Every parent ought to give his fully invited to attend. rebuild tho iritem, alcU digestion, XS.erLt-u.0lx.3r- . J. M. Bishop, Com. of much younger States either in where you saw this advertisement, iy children all the educational advantages bllv. awl curt ioaUrU. GV.tliofenuliw. nt 48-5, s. y The Democrats now claim that Mr. Cleveland's formal nutinuiicemcut of his intention to call an extra session of Congress iu September has cleared up the financial sky and that nil doubts should be brushed nside by everybody. This would be very nice and very satisfactory if it weic true. But unfortunately it niu't. The financial sky has not been cleared by Mr. Cleveland's announcement, which, when read between the lines, informs the country that it doesn't know what Congress will do with the financial question after he gets it together, nnd prays the people to help him influence Congress to repeal the SherTriivHTN mill 'lout iior,. man Silver law. Always the SherSuperintendent IM. l'oiter Thompman Silver law. The Sherman Sil- son hns written a letter to n County ver law never was considered a very Superintendent upoti a very impordesirable thing by nnybody nnd it tant subject, nud we give it space only became a law as a compromise here, hoping that all who me interto prevent something getting; through ested in school matters will read it that was even less desirable. But with interest and profit. with all its faults the Sheman Silver OlTICUOl' StTKIUNTliNIlKNT, ) law is not responsible for one tenth Fkaxki-'oktIv,., June S, ihtj.v f of what it has been charged with by Dhar Sue The action oi the trustMr. Cleveland and some of his ndvis-erees of which you complain is uttetly Republican Senators nnd Reprewithout warrant of law, nnd vitiates sentatives with few exceptions will their contracts. You icpicsent that vote for the repeal of the Sherman they refuse to engage a teacher "until law, but it remains to be seen what that teachtr will bind himself to emthe Dcmocarts will do. It will iu ploy such and such a pcrMin us nny event take much more than the (un.sually a sou or daughter,) repeal of the Sherman law to iuspitc nnd pay said assistant 40 per cent, of confidence in this Administrapublic the public money, or some other spetion, and public confidence is thcthiug cific sum;" that "they will reject a that is needed above everything else. teacher holding a s certificate ' The appointment of n Tammany who refuses to do this and take in- of New York City was a stead a third-clas- s teacher who will." double slap in the face for the mug- It is the duty of a Board of Trustees wump element. In addition to giv- -' to "emply a qualified ing one of the best Federal offices in view of their obligations teacher." In to subset ve Crok- -' New York to abated follower of the best interests of the joung peoer it was a violation of the rule, that ple under their charge, the piesuuip-tio- n should be allowed to is that they tnu.'.t get the best serve out their full terms, a rule that teacher to be obtained with the means has received the adulation of the ' at their disposal, without ugard to Avhole mugwump tribe. The term of other considerations. The' shall would agree with the Republican him "as to compensation" not have expired until the 19th, of not as to whom he shall engage to next December. Rules don't count assist him, in case an assistant beunder this Administraiton, anyway. come necessary. When the attendance ' One of the most notable things regularly exceeds fifty, it is the duty ' about this Administration is the of the teacher holding the contract to t of every one connected employ an assistant "who is aecepta- - j with it, from the President to the head ble to the trustees." In this e.ife the of the petty Bureau to regard the Unit- principal teacher pays the assistant ed States Government as their person-a- l sucn sum as may be agreed upon. j property, to be used as they may The law really contemplates that one see fit. To read the daily conveisa-tionof the advanced pupils of the school all duly chronicled iu the news- shall be engaged one who, under the papers, of the new Comptroller of eye of the principal, can do good Currency, a foreigner would suppose work, and who, in addition to the adthat he was the sole owner of the en- vantage to be derived Irom this aptire national banking system. This prenticeship in the art of teaching, young man is doubtless honest and shall have such money compensation but he has a case of as the principal can afford to give. It d that is bound sooner or lat- is with his discretion, however, to er to get him into trouble. There is a engage a person who is not a pupil. difference between efficiency aud When the trustees know , first-clasPost-mastPost-mastePost-master s, big-hea- Give your children nn edunil the money and property you ever expect to give that child, nud turn him' loose iu the world without .i penny, nnd our word for it, hewill nuke his murk. Better to see your child Mart out in the world intelligent nud educated with not 11 cent Ue can claim as his own than to see him an ignorant fool with both pockets full of money. Your child can be swindled out ol his prop-ertybut education will stay with him ns long ns life endures The most pitiable thing imaginable isn stantd brain a mind tint va.s created for some grand purpore stinted by ignorance. possible. cation it it takes TOWN TATTLER. 'Man wants but little here below," sang the poet, or some body else, and they might have added that woman wanl.--i theeaith. "And if he will not hear the." said the divine, "let him be unto thee ns a heathen man and a Republican." This is straight and no joke. Among those who will be "Jewels at His coming," nnd will stand in brightness, is the girl who while on earth loaned sonic unfortunate moital her fan when he was ulmost melting from heat. I speak from experience. V Bttquo, Erin, Tcnn., manufactures of the celebrated Erin Lime, hnve in their employ iu the various departments of their business, several bundled men. The fit iu write3 to the Druntiuotid MtdfcineCoiupany, 0 Maiden Lane, New York, in great pmise of Drummond's Lightning Remedy for Rheumatism, and say they have cured fourcases with it, and that they have not failed iu a single instance. The remedy always gives satisfaction. If your druggist cannot lurnish it, write to the Drum-mon- d 0 Medicine, Co', Maiden Lane, New York, nnd the medicine will be sent to your address. Agents wanted. 48-5- Harris & It Sfnor I'nll. IMPORTANT! I will be nt Cromwell June the aoth, to remain only it short time will be prepared todonll kinds of Photograph woik. I make u speciality of Cabinet Photos. I use the instantaneous process for making baby pictures. You will find me located In an elegant A. D. Taylor. Photograph Car. Tax Notice. Your taxes for the year 1893 are now due and unpaid, and HowTsThis? We will for the next 30 days sell tho best Patent Flour at $4.75 per ba'l. Buy your Flour while it Co. cheap. D. J.Coieman been ed in the collection of same for more than sixty days, owing to the change in the time of assessment, will expect and must insist that you call on me or my deputies and settle at once. as I have I time I have to collect and HARTFORD meet the settlements with the State and The short 1 county, will tate promptness on ycur'part. please don't delay, but pay your tax at once. 1893. This June J. P. Steve xs, Sheriff Ohio Co. Y For Sale! good hand piano, cheap for cash. Apply at this ollico. Come to Hartford J?M5b; 7mm SPRING OF OPENING Buggies just from the L. Field's car Davis Carriage Company. Post-oflic- So come and judge for yourself. $37.50 SOUTHERN QUEEN S37.50 f Vice-Preside- How is This? We will for the next 30 days soli the best Patent Flour at $4.75 per ba'l. Buy your Flour while it cheap. 3 m BrOS marry-ing-inclin- THE J. Colhalax Co. Vice-Preside- ENTERPRISE HOTEL, Sul-ser- s, JOHN SEARCY, Proprietor. r liOUimville, At ' .. w mm "50acnMn5MaraWaWnBHEM ssrviyaasJBKTvraMarajisisxix'i FAiftBf?,os.&;b's SPECIALDBIV i KCS S THE TIME HAS COME. 1 immismmaiMiiAiucBaKmzzss Ghen.-u.iaa- . ?gsuiaa- - TXT'eelk:- iaasiWEMH2zii GXISZXZtVXZZXZlZZaZErilTB&ZlTZ s''Uw,m;x'ai I Wo propose to make the week beginning; A memorial one in Prints, Ginghams, Dress Goods, Silks Hosiery, Notions, White Goods. A Genuine Sal-OuStock cezsnEzszzs r WHust Go. "And the Good "Work Goes on." agjL'icrrirrcaKgaacaaaggagBanrrigTaffBB? B 1J1 wILynBilBa ri ' ' sswiW-EWSrfiMft h 'I ill M mI I "i 2&ik laSF rh)' !JEE5SIe335 m"-Juu,- !S3$ IfrwWfsV py'T'rV"tm .omAwUdLtfJBeV. - ji General IP", - Boaver All kinds of Repairing- done on short notice and at most reasonable rates. HORSE-SHOEIN- G A SPECIALTY. Agent for the Kansas City Complete Circuit, All Steel, Mounted Hay Press, Disc Harrows, Osborne Mowers, and liakes. FRIDAY, .IUNi:ii, 1803. & Bacon and Lard nt Tracy & Son. ' Call and eaiuiuo stock at Tracy Son. The Clothing nun arc Fair Bros. & Co. Buy your linen pants at Fair Bros. & Co. . .-: New Valencias Point Point laces nt Fair Bros. e &,Co. If yoij need with me &Co. ice, leave your orders A. R. Carson, with Carson , Our grocery hue is always chock Bananas, Changes and Lemons at full of the best and, freshest goods. Tracy & Son. Caiison & Co. New line of wool Challus at Fair We have a full line of Swisses, Bros. & Co. Lawns, Mulls and Dimities. Cakson & Co. Millinery goods nt a bugain at N B. Burgess, of the Vine (5 rove Fair Bros & Co. neighborhood, who has been afflicted Largest line ol Parasols- and Fans with rheumatism lor some time is at Fair Bros. & Co. improving. New Orleans and Sorghum MolasA mulebelouging to Mr James Scott, ses, at Tracy & Son, which V. A. Swain had been workCheapest line of Trunks and Valis- ing ior some time, snagged its foot so badly Monday that it died. es at Fnir Bros. & Co. - j r 7' James A Bilbro died at his home at Ice for sale at any time and any tf Centertown last Sunday of congestion quantity, at Williams Bros. of the brain. lie was a good citicn Anything in Millinery goods nt and his loss will be deeply felt. your own price nt Fair Bros. & Co. We buy-ne- goods every day. Causo.v & Co. New Millinery Goods to arrive tomorrow. ' All the very latest summer .styles. 'White Yachts and Sailors, &c- Cakson & Co. And still they go our clover leaf Caiison & Co. shoes. Mrs. William Vernon, McHcnry, Wedsee the bargains for died Tuesday and was buried Ladies should nesday. She was n good woman nnd them in Milliner' nt Fair.Bros. &Co. a host of friends mourn her loss. Sugar, Coffee, Rice, Canned Goods, Ladies, if you need a traveling hat, Tea, Flour and Meal,at Tracy & Son." call on "Miss Sara'", she will get 50 handsomely trimmed hats, worth you up just what you want. Cakson & Co.$3.00, for $1. 50, at'Fair Bros. & Co. - a ci op of hay is made ted fact minimum, o: with less wot I: than any other conWallace Stewart 98, R. Nelson yS, Granulated Sugar, i7ll)H for $1.00, sidering its value anil all recognie L. R. Harnett 97, Kiln Cox 97, O. B. at Stevens & Collins. the fact that a hay press is a necessi- Slack 97, R. K. L. Simmcrman 97, If you arc in need of a Mower, call ty to those who would save great cost J. H. Wood 97, Rachel Sanderfur 96, in transporting to market. Mr. Ktta Thomas 96, Mrs. Maggie Simon C. L. Ficld'nnd buy n Buckeye. Williams' midline: whether the mons 96, Sallie Quisebery 96, Floyd Kind attention and good feed given Orsboiue Mower, Rakes, Harrows, or Craflon 96, J. L. Brown 96, J. R. Mcall stock Ml at Casebier & Burton's the Hay Pi ess are srrietly first-clasAfee 96, Fannie Render 95 J. L. Stable. Call on them. O. W. Coleman, editor of the Hen95, Kiln Herring 95, D. Kills Come or send to the Riii'UliMCAK Miller 95, U. C. Harnett, 95, C. J. rietta, Tex., Independent, and brothOffice for picnic bills, nnd in fact for er of D.J. Coleman, of Beaver Dam, Dunn 94, Silas Griffin 94, Ida Renanything in the printing line. left Tuesday night for his home after der 91, Siddic Davidson 94, Sophia Young men, we have good roads now a four weeks stay with friends and Davidson 94, B. C. Gibson 94, C. II. and you sliould taku advantage ol relatives. He expected to remain a Kllis 93, Mabel Hubbard 93, K. II. them by using Casebier & Burton's week or ten days longer nnd visit Tracy 93, H. L. White 92, Byron nice rigs. friends in the Centertown and Point Barnes 92, L. B. Mills 92, Hattie Galloway 92, Annie Fogle 91, Mamie Rev. J. R. Crawford, Oweusborc, Pleasant neighborhoods, but was taken Georgia Hud preached a very line sermon at the C. somewhat' sick nnd concluded to cut Ross 91, H. Pruden 91, his stay short. I lis many friends son 91, i.uia jonuson 91, Anna P. Church Tuesday night. lie is one Chambers 91, Anna Clark 91, R. L. ol the ablest young divines in Western will wish for another visit from him Power 90, 1clia Rosson 00, Noln Clark soon. Kentucky. 90, C. B. Morehead 90, J. S. Harold Ilitilly HUH 11. " The various committees appointed Quite a serious affair took place 90, Mattie Bennett 90, Bessie Maddox to arrange for the Reunion pit the here just before noon yesterday. 90, Klva Morton 90, Delia Shultz 90, ath of July, will please meet iti the Baird Taylor, the little crippled son Carrie Woener 89, L. M. Sanderfur County Judge's office nt 2 o'clock of Mrs. V. M. Taylor, was across the 89, Oma Westerfteld 88, Mary Miller p. m. on Saturday, June 17, 1893. street from Mrs. Baird's at ISvan Cor- 87, Parris Pirtle 86, A. D Park 86, Carsorr & Co's. clerks always Icel nelius' playing with the hitter's baby. Jennie Quisenberry 85, Alice Bowman 85, Susie Bowman 85, A. B. good nnd arc alwaysin a good humor. Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius were out enDon't be nlraid to ask them to show gaged in .sonic work about the yard, Crabtree 84, Jessie Smith 83, Ilcuric Hammonds 83, R. D. Walker 82, Lil-li- e you goods, they take pleasure in when they heard a scream and running into the room found the dog Magee 81, A. S. Bennett 80, Lu-l- a & Co. Cakson that. making n vicious attack on the boy. Mauzy 80, M. H. Keele 80, HerGardner, the clti.en His face was badly bitten and laceratbert Roberts 78, Kdna Griffin 75, of Taylor Mines, has found it condued. It is supposed the dog feared the Berta Morton 75, P. L. Berkshire 75, cive to his welfare to hunt other and little fellow would harm the baby, A. C. Yeiscr 75, Mary Smith 72, moic congenial climes and the good which he seems to think is under his Olive Carson 70, Mabel Kimbley 70, people uflh.it law abiding little town special care and hence the attack. Owen Williams 69, W. D. Moore 67, are happy. Away with the whole canine family. Nannie Young 67, H. Weinsheimer Don't forget that we haveadelivcry 66, C. Field 63. L. V. Bellou 61, PERSONAL wagon and a man to push or shove Florence White 60, Wayne Griffin 55, said wagon, so if you buy more goods James Sanderfur 53, Lida Morton 53, than you cair carry home, they will Miss CorinneCox is visiting friends Corinne Cox 52, Krnest Woodward 51, in Ovvensboro. be delivered free of charge. 'II. Orsbornc 49, Lula Miller 48, Cak.son & Co. Sam. L. Casebier went to Central Lawton Klein 40, Lena Carson 34, City on buisuess Sunday. Jcssee Bean 2. On Tuesday after the second Sun, CHADl-FROM Miss Lizzie Schapmire is visiting ! 1'IRST DISTINCTION, the Ohio county Baptist day in July 95 TO 100. Ministers Institute convenes at West relatives in Cannellton, Ind. Wallace Stewart 98, R. Nelson 98, Providence Church for a three days B. I). Ringo nnd wife returned L. R. Barnett 97, KUa Cox 97, G. B. session. A grand time is expected. from the World's Fair Sunday. K. L. Simmerman 97, The program will be published soorr. Dr. L. T. Co, Stanley, Daviess Slack 97, R. J. H. Wood 97, Rachel Sanderfur 96, The exercises of Beaver Dam High county, was in town this week. Ktta Thomas 96, Mrs. Maggie SimProf. U. Foster is visiting his brothSchool last night were all that could mons 96, Sallie Quisenbery 96, Floyd be desired. A crowded house cheered er, William, at Nashville, Tenn. Crafton 96,J. L Brown 96, J. R. Mcthe students to their best exertions Alva Duke, Louisville, visited his Afee 96, Fannie Render 95, J. L. and nil were delighted. Another large parents Sunday, returning Monday. 95, Klla Herring 95, D. Kllis crowd and a big time arc in Miss Tassie Brown, Owensboro, is Miller 95, U. C. Barnett 95. store for visiting her aunt, Mm. Ann Bennett. SKCONI) DISTINCTION, GRADE l'ROM Mrs. Fannie Austin, wife of R. II. 90 TO 95. Mrs. J. M. Casebier and son,Jessee, C. J. Dunn 94, Silas Griffin 94, Ida Austin, Beaver Dam, died suddenly spent Monday with friends near Rock-por- t. Render 94, Siddie Davidson 94, SoSunday cvening.The remains were inphia Davidson 94, B. C. Gibson 94, terred at Beaver Dam Cemetery MonMiss Mabel Hubbard left Tuesday day, tvining. The family have the for Chicago, where she will spend the C. II. Kllis 93, Mabel Hubbard 93, Krnest Tiacy 93, H. L. White 92, sympathy of the entire community in summer. Byron Barnes 92, L. B. Mills 92, Hat-ti- e their sid bereavement. Wm. Napier, one of Butler county's Galloway 92, Annie Fogle 91, Williams Bros, have sold theirlarge stauuehest Republicans, was in town Lula Johnson 91, Annie Chambers 91, grocery on Market Street to Mr. A. this week. Mamie Ross 91, H. Pruden 91, GeorD. White, who is having the house Lem II. McHcnry is at home from gia Hudson 91, Anna Clark 91, R. L. generally and will soon Danville, where he has been attendocrhauled Power 90, Lelia Rosson 90. Nola open up a large stock of hardware and ing school. Clark 90, C. B. Morhead 90, J. L. Har-rol- d Willgeneral groceries. Mr. K. T. Hon. J. IS. Rowe and family arc 90, Mattie Bennett 90, Bessie iams will after a time go to the Will- spcudiug this week at Sulphur Maddox 60, Klva Morton 90, Delia iams Coal Mines nnd enter business Springs. Shultz 90. there John Barrass, Taylor Mines, who F. M. Dexter, Beaver Dam, had a Wednesday evening while Kditor has been sick for some time, is imvery fine colt killed Saturday by a Riugowas gliding gracefully down proving. moving train. one of our principal thoroughfares Albert Gunthcr, of W. A. Gunthcr on his Peerless Safety, thesafd Safety NIIAVKKTOWN. struck a brick bat and a collapse fol- and Sons, Owensboro, was in the city June 13. As the rain has ceased for this week. lowed. The Ivditor was pulled ont of a while, the farmers are utilizing evJerome Taylor and family, of Black ery moment of time in putting in the rut by sympathizing friends and Safety will be sent to the hospital for Rock, Ark., will spend the summer their crops. Most of them have finat Cromwell. repairs. ished planting corn and some have a Miss ISmnia Fair left Saturday for good deal of tobacco planted. Rev. IS. IS. Pate went to his stable Childrens Day at Shinkle Chapel one morning last week and found his Stanford, Ky., where she will spend last Sunday was largely attended. big sorrel horse with his left foot in the summer. Purdy Casebier, who has been vis- There were a number of schools that his mouth. It is not known whether the horse "Was attempting to scratch iting friends near Rockport, returned had prepared programs and carried them out nicely. Revs. K. K. Pate, his mouth or bite his foot, all that is home Monday. L. R. Barnett and Messrs. Samuel definitely known is, that, like a great Miss Sallie Coleman is spening the many other folks, he got his foot week at Beaver Dam, the guest of Baird, A. W. Mills, Kit Carson, I. C. Hoover, Jim Park, J. L. Klmore, J. C. Mrs. D. J. Coleman. very badly into his mouth. Park, W. B. Tichenor and W. Q. MissISlla Cox returned Saturday Parks were among the older speakers, J. C. Westcrfield and Miss Jessie reland these together with the children Mosely, of Pleasant Ridge, were mar- from a week's visit to friends and atives at Pleasant Ridge. entertained the audience nicely. Prof. ried yesterday by Dr. J. S. Coleman. Robt. Jackson, Shultztown, who Joe Park performed on the organ, alMr. Westcrfield is a noble young man and one of Ohio county's most has been sick for several day, we so had his choir present, so the music was simply superb. Dinner was servprosperous young farmers, while the arc glad to say is improving. ed on the ground and all seemed to Willinni A. Carson, Beda, accombride is a beautiful and accomplished young lady and is quite popular both panied by his little son, Master Ce- enjoy the day hugely. V. M. Stewart has about recovered here and in her adopted home. May cil, were pleasant callers Saturday. from a long spell of la grippe. life bring to them its richest blessings. Mr. ami Mrs. L. F. Wierner returnS. A. Woodward is able to be out ed home Friday after a very pleasant On last Thursday an Ordination again after a spell of la grippe and visit to relatives at Gatesville, Texis. service was held at West Pjovidence bronchitis. Mrs. J. H. Nave, of Beaver Dam, Church and Rev. Lowry W. Tichenor Miss Florence Davis, of Rumsey, was in town Sunday evening, the was ordained and set apart to the has been visiting in town the past gospel ministry. Ordained ministers guest of her sister, Mrs. T. J. Smith. week. Miss Helen Foster, Fair Bros. & present: Revs. J. S. Coleman, D. D., Rev. Walter Schell, of No Creek, D. J. K. Maddox, II. P. Brown, A. Co's. popular Milliner, left Wednesand A. S. Bennett, of this place, went Dr. Cole- day for her home in Lexington, Ind. to Muhlenberg county Saturday, and O. Davis, T. M. Morton. man presided and conducted the exMrs. Jennie Mosely, of Pleasant will remain several days on business. amination. A large crowd was presRidge, was the guest of Captain Sam. Mrs. Charles Linegar, Masonville, ent and a fine dinner was served on K: Cox and family the first of the visited relatives here last Saturday the ground week. and Sunday. Rev. J. P. Taylor, of Minftig City James Her went to Rosine Tuesday. Rev. Y. F. Barnqtt, of Richland Silas Shaver, of Llvermore, was in Springs, Texas, who has been spend- was among his many friends in and first af the town Sunday, last few weeks with friends about Cromwell the ing the There was an interesting game of here, has at the request of several week. croquet played at K. C. Woodward's lecDr. White, Charley Hardwick, G. parties in town agreed to give a B. Likens, Mrs. Fred Baruch and last Saturday afternoon, in which ture 011 'Border Life in Texas," relating to morals and religion. The Miss Maggie Gunther went to Louis- Miss Mary Woodward and J. L. Klmore proved to be the champions. lecture will be given at the Baptist ville Saturday. The editorial page of the Rnrunuc-a- n Saturday night, nt 8 o'clock. Church Misses Olga Wade and Laura Caseof last week was highly compliThe people generally should turn out, bier, Rockport, are visiting Mrs. D. mented here. Everyone admits that and hear of the life of those who J. Coleman, Beaver Bam, and attendit increases in interest with each ishave conquered the great south-wes- t. ing Commencement. sue, and that it is the leading county He preaches a sermon Sunday evenMisses Mamie Ross and Annie paper. May it live long is the wish ing at 3 o'clock. Foglc are visiting friends in Beaver of Xknia. Marvin Bean, the genial proprietor Dam and attending the CommenceYour Lame Back, of the Commercial Hotel, gave his ment exercises at that place. And the painful torture in joints and Hanibal Tnylo'r, Black Rock, Ark., friends a party Wednesday night that muscles is nothing but Rheumatism. will be 'long remembered by those formerly of the Cromwell neighborNothing but Rheumatism kills peoProgressive hood, is visiting his brother, of the present. who were Nothing like Drummond's Lightwill spend the sum. ple. Cinque was the order of the evening latter place. He ning Remedy for speedy relief and and after several hotly contested mer here. quick cure. One trial will convince games the prizes were awarded t Mr. and Mrs. W. T, Hayward have anyone that it is a wonderful prepaMiss Carrie Wcerner forbeingthe best returned home from ISliabcthtowu, ration. Accept nothing in its place, lady player, mid Marvin Bean capwhere they have been for the past for nothing else will do its work. tured the prize for being the best two months, visiting the family of It should be sold by all drugAfter gentleman player. the Prof. W. B. I lay ward. gists who take pride in keeping themDr. J. S. Coleman went yesterday prizes had been awarded all adjourned selves abreast with recent discoveries to the dining room, where ice cream to Pleasant Ridge to pronounce the in medicine. For full particulars, words that innde Mr. J. C. Wester-fiel- d was served, and as the hour of mid-nigand Missjessie Mosely man nnd testimonials, etc., write to the Drum-mon- d had arrived everyone departed wife. He then goes to Whitesvllle to Medicine Co., 48.50 Maiden his icgular appointment. for home. Lane, New York. Agents wanted. vt Collins s. re re nt Ilnriroril I'ollcito Itriort. Below will be found the grnde of lins. The "ad" of J D Williams' of the students in the collegiate departJluy a Banner Buckeye binder from Beaver Dam, which appears in this ment of Hartford College nnd BusiC. I,. Meld. issue should bo rend with interest by ness Institute for the fouth tcnii, endIt is an undispuMiicliu and Java Coflco, at Stevens farmers generally. ing June 2 1, 1893, Maximum, loo; Mint (irot'encM cheap, nt Steven & Col- Call on Pace, the Barber. j hm STILL THEY 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 In our Lawns, 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 y offered before. While our trade has been a big thing this season, we are still able to supply you in anything you may need in this line. We have enough Mil-finer- 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. STRAW HATS OUR SHOES Have moved off nicely, but as we are continually buying, it enables us to suit you in any- thing at any time. Drop in and see us. urn THE & p Mm k SmAWmmtt TTT1" rtJ JT-J mWStttm The Greatest Novelty for Farmers, known as tho "Wabblo Geared" Machiae, stands at the head for Durability, Convenience, Liirht Draft, &c. Some important reasons why a farmer should buy the Champion: 1. Less gearing and less joints to wear nnd work loose than 011 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 as well as up. s 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. r 7' 7. The arm gives motion to the kfrife without a single joint between the ' gear and pitman. 8. It is the only mower on which lost motion can be taken up without , getting new parts. f of an inch on its bear-- , 9. The oscillating gear nioves 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 a straight HneT'-- ; 12. It is is a wide tread, light draft, powerful and easy cutter. one-eight- h ' It Come and see us before buying. Wo cau save you money on Machines and Rakes. Wo get them both in car lots and are ready to do better by you than others can. & , Kjr AGENTS:We::wTot1ZVKr,ownDEALERS JACK FROST FREEZER. 'V' v,' A Scientific Machine made on a Scientific Prin- ciple. Save their cost a dozen times a year. It is not mussy or sloppy. A child can operate it. Sells at sight. Send for prices nnd discounts. 29 Murray St., NKW YORK. MAKES ICE CREAM IN 30 SECONDS -- V1 ' t nAM7 r j - OfTjIi ifuiiii 'V1.";, . ... .tn.iinimT-nm.,)- ,. r jTMDI MARK, I Hartford Republican FRIDAY, .It'Nli 10, ISM. of probabilities," or tho scientific basis upon which all insurunco tests, had its origin in a game ot dUNDAY MORNING OCCUPATION. cauls that is to wiy, tho foundu- That dreaded nnd dreadful disease I tion upon which this great economy Vliut Sonio fllrlt Do to While Auajr tli shall stay its ravages? Tliousands on tho ScTrnlh llu). What depends and upon which it owes its Time claims to tho confidonco and patron- What do girls do Sunday morn-lag- s say Scott's Emulsion of pure Norwegian 1 t ngo of the community originated from How do they spend their time t ' cod liver oil and hypophosphites of lime investigations regarding games of In church? Yes. they go to church Ancient Way to Force Confessions, Dt they have nico gowns and nro feelchances. 111 a remote villago in Hungary a and soda has cured us of consumption in its first ing in tho mood or if tlioy nro It happened in this way: About husbandaud hiswifo wero found mur- good. But I went nround tho stages. Have you a cough or cold acute or leading denxl, and their manservant being tho year 1C30 tho Chevalier do Mere, other Sunday morning to see somo nrrested confessed tho deed, but a Flemish nobleman, who was both to consumption? Make no delay but take of my girl friends, nnd I had my eyes stated that threo brothers neigh ' a rcspcctublo mathematician and an Bcoll's llinulslon euros Coughs, opened to a thing or two. Tho first bors of tno old couple had persuaded anient gamester, attempted to bolvo plnco 1 stopped waa Madgo's board- 1. Colds, Consumption, Scrofula, tuttislnt tltnnt mill luwl i1ttii1ii1 tho problem of dividing equitably ' and oil Anaemic and Wasting ing hoiiBO. Sho is tho head stenogra- tin, liko 50- 0- tho stakes when a game of chance Disoasos. Prcvont3 wasting In pher for Brownjones & Co., you with him. These threo brothers wero '3. .interrupted Tho problem was pnlnttililo an children. Almo-- t know, and when I reached tho inner immediately nrrested. nml hnsnu trill, t tin ti in ilifltault inlltc. Uct o:t! t.'ie Kcimlne. Prej aid of vestibulo I heard her call: "Is that tho famous Abbo Blako P.is A. How no, Chemists, Now pared by Scott Tho judge did an unusual thing on you, IMagf I thought I recognized York. Bold by all Druggists. day of tho funeral. Ho brought cal, n Jesuit priest, author of "Night your voice. Come right up, dear. tho in chains to tho churchyard, Thoughts" and ouo of tho most no-them I'm busy." So up I went to her lit-tl-o placed them near tho open gravoaud coinplNhcd mathematicians of any works? uraremmn srrfc.'aracvi .mm miiii 1 by C room, with its folding bed, undo tho priest in his address to age. Pascal solved tho problem, and Jnpaneso screen nnd other conceal pmiso and Worrrerj NO OYHE uflffniiiwpfR- - dllh itOpium KatitS t hniiin oillk. tho good qualities of tho vic- In doing so enunciated tho "doctrine PITS. All fits Mopped t:ce by Dr ing, folding nnd ndjustablo articles tims nnd end with tho startling of probabilities," or laws governing out pata.Hoolt of common only to a boarding houso ' words, "And hero htaud their vilo so called ciiauces. No Kline's Oic.it Jscrvj Re.storcr. II M.W(XIU.KV.M.I). hall bedroom. A strong odo of gaso-- murderers at tho grave." This was AUrtc tu, ua. oaico 1UIM WJiltclialltt. Upon this depend not only tho fits after first Man clous dav s use lino and Madgo in a faded Mother 1ns nfrwl tint Atli-- t tn tlinvvinrivif ttm laws governing insurance- of all Hubbard wrapper greeted mo. Tho j watclied tho threo brothers' faces to ' ki,u1s-lm- t al,0 tho lnw8 governing cures Treatise mid ;j.oo mat bottle room was so tun ot tumes tliat l boo if they looked guilty. This form J110 motions ot pianets in spaco and trte to lfit e isif. Scud to Dr. Kline, i.irisvii,i.i:,MT. i.ouis .t ti:x. 11. it gasped. t all astronomical science, of examination caused somo indigna- - J" Arch St , I'hil.i I'.i sale by 931 L nh iib, Si. Luis & "I'm cleaning my gloves," t m nj, tion among tho people of tho neigh- - Tllis doctnno or theory Pascal Margaret, and her appear- ( ly by throwing dice. When a all diuggists; call on yours. i trated London News. co Buoweu it. Her brown curia . an singlo die is thrown, tho chanco of SCIli:iHt,i: IN KKKKCT NOV. I, 1ki. wero all on edge "tousled" would No.M, turning up an aco is precisely ouu No.M, Tho Turkish Women Were Surprised. WKSTllOttNK. Hull). tiotho right word. White gloves, tan ' Worn ta nn nmiirtinr nnpnlntn tnlil out of Bix, or one out of tho total Ihtilf. I.T. )iiilllli gloves, gray gloves, mauvo gloves, by Lady Mury Wortley Montaguo of j number of bides or faces. But if a 7.l5n. 111. I'M p. in. I'oliit II a. im. 7.inp. m all wero spread out on tho chairs and her residenco in Conitnntinoplo: large number of throws nro mado it llrmiilnilinit; ' i. m, '' '" bureau in various stages of wet and will bo found that each faco will bu "Ono of tho highest t I a.m. .17 p. in. lrilnuton dry cleaning. A pair of white gloves, ' in Turkey is havingentertainments turned up an equal number of times. you to their SI. lie upnrt lo.il . in, u.Jl p, , full length mousquctaircs, covered baths. When I was introduced to From this Pascal laid down tho lu II h. in. 11.10 i. in. oniort Traiie-all l'tllne-Tli;- .' her hands and plump arms, and sho one, tho lady of tho houso camo to proposition that results which havo J Caveats, and conductedark j obtained, andrets. II H. in. ln.ll) p. in. tor MooriiATC cni Business i 11 Mn gas-lmlport was manipulating a tin basin of in. Id II p, in undress me another high compli happened in any given luunhtr of ! and we can secure patent In less time thin thusc ? , 1: U, p. in. II it u. ,,,. oline, bevernl rags and a nailbrush ment they pay to strangers. After ' "served cases will again happen tin f remote Item Washington. t i tiinliro pottMi;i i.mp in. ii.v.p in, Send model, drawms or to clean them. Her roommate, Grace, slio slipped off my gown and saw my tier similar circumstances, provided J tion. He ainlc, if rutenMhta crwith devrlp- -' r. Henderson not, free .l n.livnn.ni. was perched on a stool sowing but-- 1 stays sho was very much struck at tho numbers bo sufficient for tho icbarcc Our Ice not flue till patent Is secured.o( . ' Ho. At, No.M, ratenu," Ith tons on her shoes nnd interspersing tho sight of them and cried out to proper working of tho law of aver- 5 A pamphlet, "lion toObtalnlorcign countries! i V. S. and of same H the msrilOUNII. Uulj. iNily S ' that occupation with stirring and tho other ladies in tho bath: 'Come age. Thus tho duiation of tho life Jcost free. Address, t sent 7 11s. m. 3: ISp, n,, Li.llendirson Oupueito City fciealej. till. DHlVhK, Minuter. beating a jar of cold cream which hither and seo how cruelly tho poor of a singlo individual is ouo of tho 7. 17 n. in. :i 17 p. In Swtliille bad been brought up from the kitch- English ladies aro used by their hus- greatest uncertainties, but tho dura- t Qpp PATtNTCrncc, Washington. D. We do u ink us cheJlp as anybody, ijtuluy cuiiciileied. ltepairing and Hweii.Wn 8 27 a. in. 4 J i p. ni. en a few moments beforo. Graco bands. You well boast indeed of tion or rate of mortality of a l.irgo " UiMa.m. Sirtp. in lisKrt v.ii;'o us a tail. UUlHilKS KKU.M $'!0 Ui. epitiiiiiiigii i j , . .I y . )l II..1IH ,, J1n ),.,,, tho superior liberties allowed you, number of individuals may bo preo n. m. A s; ,, flnte rporl in i got white, no matter how hard I stir when they lock you up thus in a dicted with great accuracy by comStep)iensHrt in. clip m. I must have got too much sperm- boxl" parison with tho observed results WHEN YOU GO TO GWEfiSBOfiO lrilnuton lli'Jn. in, 7.V. p. m aceti in it. CAI.1.0N among a sufficiently largo number of -i llrai.lenluirg a. in, 7,11 p. n Counting Gold Coin. "Graco thinks it's going to cure West Point persons of bimilar ages, occupations Is M p, in. a m p. Ar. Louisville .. l.ou p. in, !i u, (, Tho counting of tho money in the nnd climatic her freckles," sniffed Madgo scorninfluences. North fully, and sho opened tho window a vaults of tho treasury ut Washington American Roviow. ' 1 ain N'n. M nml No. tt nmI.o rnniinivii ,- !little wider, observing that I was al- is not so troublesonio or tedious a task Iniiilnii(-iiiiivxiipmt) Klin Iiii,...,, most overcome by gasoline fumes. as might bo imagined. In counting lilte, Ilnrihi.lHirk' . K. It., i.im llluuiln.ilcd Typewriting In London, feO iS "Young ladies," said I sternly, 820 gold pieces experience has shown teit Uiiinil. K..r inrilii r (iformnilo.i, R.l.lr. A devico for producing illuminated II. C. MOIM'I'K.I.en. I'.'r U'1! "this is a wicked way to spend tho them to bo so uniform that only one typewriting by one nnd the samo l.olliVI t, pile is counted, nnd tho rest of tho Sabbath." has been invented by Mr. Lea. "Well," responded Madgo, "Sun- money is stacked and measured by It consists in having two inking tapes, M Hi T. M day i3 tho only day I havo to repair this pilo until tho last pile is reached, which aro placed sido by sido parallel A.J.SLATON, M. my wardrobe. I can't afford tho when that also is counted. In this with each other, and so mounted inn any week day. I havo to work way the counting proceeds rapidly. movnblo frame that by pressing a timo & then, and if I stay homo in tho even- Gold in smaller denominations is nl- - ' small lover nbovo tho keyboard eihr the finfii nml Miit ftitir Wor't, Koftnt-r- l n MithuMMl, tim (in t I ing I'm too tired to clean and mend ways counted or weighed. Silver is ther of them can bo brought into uso. l,li xr or 'tiih. Frcilrrltn Si, Wv fi"M, iMt l ? rili tn nnd sow. When I'vo been at work much mora troublesome to count than Assuming black to bo the dominant orilaml Ith. I iimiT m r tri)Mi in. ihmnifi'1'tii.t all day, I don't feel liko coming cold. New York Tribune. Nti h, (tht Or. f(. n nrotsom color and red to be used for capital m homo and going to work again after letters, then ono inking tape would dinner, so I must fix my clothes SunCircumstances Alter Cases. be black and tho other red. When n days." capital letter, n numeral or n promi-- 1 nj r n aj . i . 1 left, Madgo had finished When neut character occurred, by shifting J ' H M V A, VI f H 1 f 0 W o the gloves and had dumped tho CENTUAL CITY, KY. U i 111 J A UA UX r tho lever tho red tape would bo, Ti!?ftJU contents of her top bureau lMvmnOit nrnv tho types in lilnPi of U W R. R. PAX0N, PR0PRIT0R. drawer out on the floor preparatory tho black one, which would bo simul-- , to a good "straightening up." I litis just been repaired and nowly tuueouBiy iciiieti ui'juuu know what that moans, so I fled. of tho types. Chicago News-Recort'nriiilipti. Located close to Depot. Supposing several colors y l t M. quired for producing varied illiuni incalsurfiist-clussluiicGood Giv The Growth of the Canning Industry. fery si7.s id 5::.. tiC.ki.i nated effects, then tho two tapes Less than SO years ago a man in it a trial. Ccs7"01l Pictures Copied and Enlarged would carry theso colors between Pennsylvania began putting up tomaA SPECIALTY. them, n given length of each tape betoes in cans at SO cents a can. In ing charged with ink of a different 10Si jnj street. 1887 tho total output reached 72,000,-00- 0 color. To bring tho required color S7.til " cans, and today it is 82,808,000 0 It I.iXtliOJlO, KY Dr. Snipps mado quito nn impression over tho types tho taies aro shifted cans, of which considerably over hnK laterally that is, they nro wound Hip U'H'S't li'YXVVKisi, or" nro put up in tho south, Maryland be- on two ladies ono day ou tho btrect. IE 11111 Oirtwl ill ll.iliir In Trillin) from right to left or from left to right, ing tho largest producer. The prous may bo necessary until tho proper l'i iiiliiilnisliriii llr. JluliieV Land duction of canned corn has reached color comes into position. Tho inliotilfll Serllic, 64,000,000 cans, but in this branch tho It in tie cii. n in i tfl ofl., r n'i p n en!.e vention is useful where multicolor The Leading Republican Family Paper of the United States, south is not so largo a producer as it ! .v.- - lr.fi.V'SQV typewriting is required, nnd many irlei, i r in I.M..I, with, in th" knoHleile of thet ii A nJti:-iX'&. I VI should be, New York ranking first in Imnale.-- . iiivl vllln.l.. ih:i!'iIuuI nttractivo effects can bo produced. niiuti iilit IUl'1 spenlj mre, w im tli. the i. 41 'i if XlAViTTI-g- i For only $J.2o, Cn.sh in .'Idvuiicc. I production and Maine second. It is stated that tho dovico can bo ap- 'I' I'.TIIHIH nt isn inotltrirnti .JriuK. rornn ileu) .illi ureek. Tomatoes and corn lead, but nearly plied to all tho leading typewriting It hus lietn giv n in h eii..s, luvlinet-rjta-eeverything elso eatablo is canned, machines. London Times. rfiit ii.k his folium!- It netrr and not only is the homo demand of iiN. Tlie system on. i itnpre,p.itcl m ith the 11I.TWKKX the United States bupplied, but we pnllie.lt Ironies .in uiur nnpis-ihillor the .llucli Ado (Mern I.lttlu OIHco. 1802 over $17,000,000 of exported in and iuc.ii.rnii.. 3Iany amusing things occur in tho ipiornpiotiti ii exi-- t. Cures imniuia. 48 L0USVILLE canned goods. New Orleans Give nil the iiown of Town, County ami Statu, nml in much Nntimial annual town meetings in tho smaller P'lL'"l"'k ot piirlli illnnlree, illie-l- .t (.'l Ml. with ro !. ;i it'll Mr towns of New England, but the ENSI'Kfirit' I'Cttsas any other paper of its class. Ymir homo would he incomplete withPULLMAN BUFFET Sleeping Cars scramble for minor olllces sometime-- " Tlie I'urt of tuo'Llstcner. out it. in bitter hostilities. At tho lesults It has been recently stated that KHOJI ANI TO But passing them afterward again town meeting in a binnll town in conversation is a lost art. Certainly i.ouisvii.i.i:,..fi:Miiii.s,ni(siii'ic the libtencr appears to be out of dato. without his overcoat mado another, some- Rockingham county, in Xow Hamp- N it in iii .II tient.ill) in iitiri-- t of it.iioN i:o(.i:,i.n,i M:ivoiiiii:t.T, what different. Truth. shire, tho chief contest of tho day was rtpul itioii. Ill uliii i ln JJeiiiilil-.- . il atttl entirtl) Persons who havo regard for tho Is a National' Family Taper, and cjvch all the general neweof the U. 8. nit itt - M in hn,!, "Iter ill for tho olHeo of hearse driver. Thero Ditil, lip mJi in ij usages of polito society should reanil the world. It gives tlie events of foreign hinds, in a nutshell. It Made n Difference. I, Hon tii illtPi lilt) It has ttiu ntliii The Quick and Desirable Route weio two candidates for tho office, nh'rtn member that listening is ono of tho Ho was going up Brush Btrect with a tho friends of each of whom mado the e jIi Kepiratp ciepiirMiientH fin The I'nmilv rir'!t, nml our Yntrp,' Kolkn. Its a isreieh. 'I anil itli ultini- rti it mill tl,hlull) expl until of good manners. canont liinoiiliils ot new snow shovel on his shoulder when inciiLUliri i. TO AND KOM Ilomi' nnd oeiet colums cniniiinil the iiilmiiali'in nf uive Mini il itighturs. is impolite. Every ono a littlo old colored man, who had evi- canvass of tho town for two weeks cures fn in from mnt tit Ii iih it li t, Now Yurie I'lillrulelplilit llitltinnirii f,s g is entitled to a fairshnroof attention dently passed a hard winter, stopped liim before, and tho successful candidate 10 nil political in wr, tditnriaU an.l discu-iinUK. A. l'ON': VIM:. Tn onm iiuslu nro coinpreheniivo, Witsliini'tiiii NorHilk (Hi) I'oint won by just ouo vote. Tho most paid him when conversing. If 0110 and asked: Kicliioiiii'l Hiill'iilo CK'vnlntid brilliant uii'l LxImtMtivf. It" Aunculiui.il ilepirtmeiit Inn in eupirinr iu Tdloilo (y'liirnpii )tiiliiiniiuli is bored, courtesy demands ho should "Hello, Misser Thompson, what yo' amusing part of tho thing is that in the couptrv. Its Miuket Heports aio recognized authority in nil parts of the Cinoinniiti l.utiii'ln ESTOPPED FREE tho town thero is an nverago of but listen and appear to appreciate tho got diir':" Eastorn and Northonstorn Points uu I. A h'pccial Contract enables us to oll- -r this fplendid Journal nnd Tda year, and tho hearso "What I not yerol Does yo' beo dat bix deaths a jtory that is related on tho subject Mini MoinpliU YickourK llnliiii ltuii! MiiDr.KLINES GREAT driver's pay isiixed at per funeral. Rejiiihlieiii tor ono j car undor discission. A writer on social enow shovel':" Now Orlciuir Mnttli l.ittlu Hook I lot. . "Of co'se, but it am no Rood now. Yo' Tho two candidates do not speak to etiquette once remarked that "nine Onlyluri yprlnRs nml pcltitK In Wot Tenneswouldn't dun cotch 1110 buyin no bnow each other now. Boston Journal. llMIALLIIiLR If liken s. i,.,.l. ' y li?-t.times out of ten tho attentive listensee Tuxiid ArkiniMi .MUsiesippl shovt'lj in do spring." tfi'll tJ?l uu 1 renin n I trill tottls free la er is more admired than tho mo-- t N. Y. Tiihiine. regular price per year l.iiuMiuiH nhd llu Smith mid Vtli) nil Apple Deeujh. r as4etprts a.1 Ireti ot 1.00 "Sartinly not. Dat's what ails docull'd brilliant talker." Harper's Bazar. lVSIM'rrilollK KUlNL71lAr hSI Jlurlliinl Iic'iiii'ilicii iA UmjUj. bhIVAKU lit IMITATING fLtVOi. Tito burrounding conditions favor populashun of dis town all hindsight i WJUTIUVIIST. nn no fo'tjlght. I bought d,tt shovel fur or retail! tho growth of decay fungi. One of nWmarck's Letters. Tho lit o it thoroughly eiMliicd and in shovel far If tho temperature is near iivezing, iicx' winter. Got a There is always something fasciTotal. ...82.25. .Isii. II, I!iprs, Cnshier ! 1'lUh auu, I'lesl, condition, nuil provides an excelnating in letters written by noted 18 cents. Dun saved 13 cents, yo' seer" they aro comparatively inactive, but lent nrriuigeinent in timo nnd llirnui;!. "llu! Am dut fo'bight;" when tho room is warm and moist men. Fancy, then, the stern old A "Yes. s.ih." katciik in the timo mid conveniencn fruit cannot bo expected to keep Of tho Condition of tho Iron Chancollor writing liko this to .eottred liy tlm I. United Kxpri'sn Trnins, "Kin anybody hcv fo'hight'r" well. Cold btorago naturally chocks Suhsrripti'ou may hogjti at any timo. his wife, when, after tho maimer of "Sartinly dey kin." Only a moiit's iiiuk ben.een J,.iulvillo wives, sho is off on a visit to her A. Mre?:- - nil unlets to "Misser Thompson, kin you lend ino a tho decay. Tho ideal applo has no and Meinpliis, nr.d tlm tiot 'nnd iiuiel.i-s- t mother: "I feel as I should," writes quarter now to uso next Jlnuary'?" softly fungous defacements and no bruises. feivlco liPtucnn tlm twocitli'inivsrnU'erod. If it could bo placed in a dry, cool Bismarck, "on a fine September day asked tho old man. Mini nil rteslreiliiifnriiin. Tlil.its.Tiuie-Talile- s A Hon seeiirnl by npplylni! tn J, ll.'lli'liciior gazing on tho sere and yellow leaves "No, enhi I was gwino to 'splnin to loom freo from fungous goims, it n I llfiner lliiiii.nr Am nl of tlio trees. I am well and cheerful yo' dat durwas fo'bight, himlbight 1111 ought to keep indefinitely until chemHartford, Kentucky. sebcral Oder kinds ob sight. Yo's try in ical change ruins it as an article of enough, with a cast of melancholy, T.S.Lynch, Sen1! Pass. Ap,..Lcu.5.ille, Kr. however, together with just a sus- to borrow a quarter fur next winter food. Professor B. D. llulsted in Li tho Closo of Business picion of homesickness, and there is hain't neither fo'bight nor hindsight, mi Popular Jcienco Monthly. Daccmbor31,lG92. within mo a longing for forest, lake, yo' can't get it by a blamed sight! Good l.lltle Clmrlln I'iiiiiiiI lliein. and plain ; you and tho children all uiawnin, bah!" Detroit Freo Press. Aunt Luo was just saying goodby mixed up together with Beethoven UEHOUKCLS. to littlo Charlio and her bobt young and Bunset." Exchange. $li2,72;U!) said Jorkins as ho looked at man was with her. Sho missed some- Notes and Hills "1 wish," .1,000.00 tho muddy streets, "I wish somo prison- thing and was looking around when Heal Etnto... A Dltcunccrtvd Sjieuker. Chnrlio camo out with her long Kuinituie and Fixture?.. l.iOO.OO A btory is told of Swiator Vest's ers would escape from tho Tombs." "Why do you wish Unit;" asked Mrs. gloves nnd said: "Was you looking Cash on II.uiu and m other making u politicul bpcocli in Sedalia, Li I ' Mo., somo timo ago, when ho was Jorkins, astonished. fur your leggins, Aunt Luo? Heio Hanks 2fi.IWl.22 "Why, whenever prisoners break jail they nro." Now York Recorder. greatly cmbarnissed to see nearly tho papers tell us that tho country lor every man in tho houso take out his miles around U scoured." Harper's l'roin Tn l'olnts of Vlen. watch at tho samo rime. Later ho UAniLITIES. "I sat behind you at tho theater was informed that at noon and 9 p.m. last night." Capital Stock . tho nearest approach to a local time Tho Spur of tint Oc ciislmu 1 ,2I.'5.1 4 "You did fM Kcscrve gun was fired nnd thnt everybody, as She If yon can't hear her. why did "Yes. By tho way, that was a Surplus Euiid 5,250.00 a matter of habit, consulted his Watch you get engaged to her? 102.i)3 Duo other Jtunks Ho Well, you see. wo had sat out pretty high hat your wife had on." at thoso hours to seo if it was correct "I should say so f.')3." Washing- Deposits 01, .'108.04 Chicago Harold. three dunces, and 1 could not think of ton Star. anything elso to say, and sho accepted, 8JJ3.25-I.7Oostou Beacon. Tho skin of an elephant when How Tiilntliigs In Mosaic Aro Miulc. Subscribed and sworn to before ino tanned is very expensive, tho tanIn onler to reproduco a painting in Her Wiiy. ning taking about six months. Ar- this Jiimiary !il, 18M. mosaic, tho nrtists, or artisans, tako x ft, "'r1f jti "What nils your kitchen trirl? Sho ticles inudo from elephant hides aro sizo a flat sheet of iron of tho samo Siu.i.iiv Tayi.oii, D. C. O. G. ' eluimiu'd tho door, drove tho children up costly luxuiies. as tho painting, surrounded by n btairs and looks as ugly as n bear." In aiihiuittiui! thl3 ho bez to state border about uu inch high. This "That is only a way sho litis of asking Tho following homiest is taken thnt our hiiiinis has Meatlily grown is thon filled with plaster so ino to raise her wages." Westfield Union. from a will filed for probate in Gen each mouth fcinco our opening, and jw to obtain a perfectly flat surfaco. -s-. "T7vr tseo county, N. Y "To Amanda II. by the iniint caieAil,wat('hfuluc. and Ou this tho outlines of tho figures A Great fhiprotenicnt, Gregory my shawl that was my a (strict observance ol'the principles of mo drawn. Tho plaster is thon cut Maud How do you liko tho now way biother's wife." tho inop-- t contcrvtitivo Hanking, wo up into small squares, which aro to I do my hair, Frank? acquaint1)0 removed and gradually replaced Frank (wanting to suy something parDihcretlou may bo tho hotter part hope not only to extend our ance, but to pmvQ ourselves worthy by as many small squares of mosaic ticular)' nice) Why, you look nt least HO of valor, nnd so tho t We are manufacturers of Huggios, Carts Surries and Carriages, and deal directly with may bo liberalconfidence that of tho uuno sizo. In tho holes left yours younger! Yankee Dlado. tho crowning glory of tho biuuruet, tlioreposed iu us. is being so the consumer, thus saving him the per cent, usually paid to middle men. .Our prices are reasempty when tho plaster is taken but who would havo a banquet nil ly tamo I'ur ConcrutuUtlon. Respectfully, nway a now plaster," made of traverWo aro hero to accommodate llioj onable, and we guarantee satisfaction. dessert Henderson Vo lost our cook a week tine dust, lime nnd linseed oil, is v;tcn nun every iHivmctti, people, ago. Galvanized iron is not galvanized courtesy shall hn extended to them, poured. Williamson Lot mo congratulate you. at all, but is coated with zino by beAfter threo days this now plaster but in no eiifc shall safety be ivacri-fic- cd ncauires the necessary consistency. Bho ii cooking at our houso now, Brook- ing plunged iuto a bath of that metal for frienddliip or to obtain busmid muriatic acid. and in this tho artist sticks tho littlo lyn Life, Owonsboro, Ky. iness. John H.Baiines, Cashier. faco of tlio plaster is" covered with i these colored pieces of mosaic, tho vliolo is washed with sand and water until it becomes quito smooth. Tho colored pieces nro mado of mixtures of different minerals, like arsenic, lead, glass, etc. Theso minerals aro , placed in an oven, and tho different colors nro obtained by tho different degrees of heat, and as many as 28,-- 1 . 000 various colors can bo obtained. Harper's Weekly. ORIGIN OF LIFE INSURANCE. P untied About It is u curious fact thnt tho 1030 n the ltcsnlt of In. vcstlcatlnir (lumai ufCliunrr. "doc-trin- o r nsumption fecott's Emulsion MWiI sf A 7 nnt-urall- y ( ,. KiMiils-Hfimot- hinff I'm-hi- 1 Hard or 5oft Water iljis Soap so veil, that I vaot 1 I - illus-borhoo- t't . 1 rthe-to.-, I C.A.SMOW&iO. . . 1 uie.-VI- it ll-.- C.Theo.Cain, fi.fey h) rf tte-te- !., . riiysician Surooi ..Or-- 't CtiiiniKM'cial ' lloleL en-tir- i k' shMMriwK.pW h Your Favorito Tlomc Newspaper i -- i."V-T- i thou-nr- nl ri - tun wmmwsm i"rfi T lt THE REPUBLICAN Mew York Weekly Tribune, Times-Democra- t. it wnrlil-nlil- ft i i I -i Absent-mindedne- 1 1 jA".7IlKAINA.-.NPSUUI5l',l.i- Zl 1 1 11 For O23.I3F $1.2S per yojstr. I r We furnish both Papers one year for 81.25, II Bsaver Dam 1EPBSIT il UTFOLUJ HEPUHL1CAN. i9anLia;9B.JlBajsg Ua-za- 7nsxym i: mAiv-f- i X . V V TSrc'iOL fSETULI. TLm1x& des-ser- V F. A. AMES & CO. jnrjKnifljafc-Ji5Q,riallthuj- f- j SUit UUi i?! .tn siV ).. .mi.Mtfnn iiafa,.ni,Aili,.- - - - -- LMMmJtdtmitmmmw ' SHSS.SS.V ' H.ti f 1-lJfj.V.i.t4wk. - 'ia.', .i .A'J '.islis J.tau',.tl'.-i'sV.Jn- -J i- -i MMi f If iT.rrl j ft fr4 Hartford Republican FRIDAY, JUNE 1(5, 1808. (1UNDAV MORNING OCCUPATION. What do girls do Sunday morn-tag- s ( How do they spend, their time t In church? Yes. thoy go to church they have nice gowns and nro in the mood or if they nro naturally good. But I went nround tho other Sunday morning to Beosomo of my girl friends, nnd I had my eyes opened to n thing or two. Tho first DC Wliul Some Girl Do to While Away the Time on the Seventh Day. feel-lu- g I plnco I stopped was Madgo's boarding houso. Sho is tho head stenographer for Brown jones & Co., you know, and when I reached tho inner vestibulo I heard her call: "Is that you, Jkig? I thought I recognized your voice. Come right up, dear. I'm busy." So up I went to her lit-tl- o 1 by 0 room, with its folding bod, Japanese screen- and other conceal a ing.foldfng ami artjustabo articles common only to n boarding houso hall bedroom. A strong odoof gaso- line and Madgo in a faded Mother Hubbard wrapper greeted mo. Tho room wns so full of fumes that I gasped. "I'm cleaning my gloves," ex-piaineu iuargarer, anu nor appear - , nnco showed it. Her brown curls , wero all on cugo "tousieu" wouiu txjtho right word. Wliito gloves, tan gloves, gray gloves, mnuvo gloves, nil wero Bpread out on tho chairs and burenu in various Btages of wet nnd dry cleaning. A pair of whito gloves, full length mousquotaires, covered her hands and plump arms, nnd sho was manipulating a tin basin of gasoline, bovcrnl rags nnd a nailbrush to clean them. Her roommate, Grace, was perched on n stool sowing buttons on her shoes nnd interspersing that occupation with stirring and heating a jnr of cold croani which had been brought up from the kitchen a few moments before. Graco eaid pathetically, "ItBimplywillnot got whito, no matter how hard I stir it. I must have got too much sperm. I I I done, and tho judgo in thomeantimo watched tho threo brothers' faces to This form boo if they looked guilty. cf examination caused 6omo indignation among tho people of tho neigh- , h , ..An(1 , Htaad , ' f 4,, ftt1V UtUIULtVtO IIV fcU OTn,. OniQIN OF LIFE INSURANCE. focooftllo plaster is covered with these colored pieces of mosaic, tho v.'holo is washed with sand nnd water r.umlc.l About 1030 ns tlm Ilesult of In. YrnUuMtlniJ tliitnas of dinner. until it becomes quito smooth. Tho It is n curious fact that tho "doccolored pieces nro mado of mixtures of different minerals, like arsenic, trine of probabilities," or tho scienupon which all insurance lead, glass, etc. Thcso minerals aro ' tific basis placed in an oven, and tho different tests, had its origin in a game of colors nro obtained by tho different cards that is to say, tho foundution upon which this great economy as many as degrees of heat, and dependj and upon which it owes its various colore can bo obtained, claims to tho confidonco and patron-- i Uorpcr'H Weekly. ago of the community originated from ' investigations regarding games of Anclrnt Way to I'orce Confessions. remoto villago in Hungary a chances. Ill a It happened in this way: About husbandnnd his wifo wero found mur- derod, and their manservant being tho year 1C30 tho Chevalier do More, arrested confessed tho deed, but a Flemish nobleman, who was both ptated that threo brothers neigh- - a respectable mathematician and an bors of tno old couple had persuaded ardent gamester, attempted to solve him to murder them and had divided tho problem of dividing equitably ' like 50- 0- tll(3 a.1'1'1" wllc" nmfamo ,f, tho with him. Theso threo brothers wero was interrupted. Tho problem was toodiflicultl'orhim.nndhosoughtthu immediately arrested. The judgo did an unusual thing on aid of tho famous Ablm Blaiso Pastho day of tho funeral. Ho brought cal, a Jesuit priest, author of "NightThoughts" and ono of tho most nothem in chains to tho churchyard, placed them near tho open gravo nnd complished mathematicians of any bado tho priest in his address to age. Pascal solved tho problem, nnd in doing bo enunciated tho "doctrine t KiiAil nllnlUinn lin allIllllinU L11U I.UUU IIIUUlLlLd nf LI1U IHit.ima nml ud wlth tho startling of probabilities," or laws governing 28,-00- nsumption That dreaded and dreadful disease! What shall stay its ravages? TJioUSdllds say .Scott's Emulsion of pure Norwegian cod liver oil and hypophosphitcs of lime and soda has cured us of consumption in its first stages. Have you a cough or cold acute or leading to consumption? Make no delay but take X AH tV Tv L1 TBADt MARK. kf A 0 cX , , spoils-somet- hing ! Clillrtron. Almo.t n pnliitnlilo n ttillU. Wet :i:- tic genuine. Fro-par- Scott's Kmulslon euros Coughs, Colds, Consumption, Scrofula, and all Anaemic nnd Wasting Disoasos. Prevents wasting In by Hcott .V How no, Chemist, Now Sold by all Druggists. imyurrrc-mtuvt- , , , York. Emulsion III iU&r.tu,Ua.C-aicolll3W!iUdJdU- keptfs 7 hrd er 5oft Water iljls Soap works? so well, that Womsrj vant NO OVHS3J?i j ! !S:?"i tli-.s- ( VJi. fl , AtllO ,,,, H m 0 jfo, NuW8. Tho Tnrklith Women Were Surprised. Hero is nn amusing anecdoto told by Lady Mary Wortley Montague of her resldeneo in Constantinople: "One of tho highest entertainments in Turkey is having you to their baths. When I was introduced to one, tho lady of tho house camo to undress me nnother high compli ment they pny to strangers. After slio slipped off my gown and saw my stays sho was very much struck at tho sight of them and cried out to tho other ladies in tho bath: 'Come hither and seo how cruelly tho poor English ladies nro used by their husbands. You well boast indeed of tho superior liberties allowed you, when thoy lock you up thus in a "Graco thinks it's going to cure her freckles," sniffed Madge scornfully, and sho opened tho window a little wider, observing that I was almost overcome by gasoline fumes. "Young ladies," said I sternly, "this is a wicked way to spend tho aceti in it boxl" ' Counting tiold Coin. Sabbath." "Well," responded Madgo, "Sun- day is tho only day I have to repair my wardrobe. I can't afford tho timo any week day. I havo to work then, and if I stay homo in the evening I'm too tired to clean and mend nnd sow. When I've been at work all day, I don't feel liko coming homo and going to work again after dinner, so I must fix my clothes Sundays." When I left, Madgo had finished the gloves and had dumped tho contents of her top bureau drawer out on the floor preparatory to a good "straightening up." I know what that moans, so I fled. on-tir- Tho counting of tho money in the vnults of tho treasury at Washington is not so troublesome or tedious a task as might bo imagined. In counting 20 gold pieces experience has shown them to bo so uniform that only ono pile is counted, and tho rest of tho money is stacked and measured by this pile until tho lust pile is reached, when that also is counted. In this way tho counting proceeds rapidly. Gold in smaller denominations is always counted or weighed. Silver is much more troublesome to count than cold. New York Tribune. Circumstances Alter Cases. PITS. All fits stopped fjee by 1)r 0 BB3j9fiP I tldiWcntFIlfcr.. Kline's fiic.it JCcrv Keslour. No . Qra IWIBSJI M flf M.WOOM.EY.M.D. i tl Upon this depend not only the fits after first day ; u.se Marvelous laws governing insurance of nil kinds, but also tho laws governing cures. Treatise and ;.j.oo trial bottle tho motions of planets in spaco and free to Pit eases. Send to Dr. Kline, f.OUINVII.MVST. I.OUiN A TIIX. It. R in fact all astronomical science. This doctrino or theory Pascal lllus-- 931 Arch vSt , I'hila . Pa Por sale by Lnhilli, Si, L:ji! & mi ii!u, ( ly trated by throwing dice. When a all dtuggists; call on yours. siuglo die is thrown, tho chnnco of hciii:iiii,i: in hKKKCT MlV.l , I it'll. .No.Sl. turning up nn aco is precisely ono No.M, WKSTIIOUMl, out of six, or one out of tho total lall. Ittlly. I.T. 7:15 11. 111. t' Hi p. m. Hlllli number of bides or faces. But if a II a. III. 7:.ii p. 111. ltit I'ntlit largo number of throws nro mado it ltrimloiMuc 111. t'7 p. 111. will bo found that each face will bo lrtlnctiin flu. in, .17 p. m. turned up an equal number of times. bti li'.'J.I in. v.il p. in. From this Pnscal laid down tho 5 i 10 14 . III. 11.10 . 111. l'0l..Tl obtained, and ill l'at. i i Cavtatl. and Trae-MarllnHOllu' proposition that results which havo It'll m. in. I11.U1 p. in, cniDusinc'.lconaucicuior MonrnTr rrtc. t Imlfport ll.U11.111. Id ll.. in happened in any given nunibtr of Our Ornecis Oppositc U.S. iutcnt orricc; J and we ran trcute potent In less time than thuse J i: iui. in. 1111 11. in, ' ohseryed cases will again happen uu ahliiRton. t remote from U drawing or rhcto.. with deterlp- - t I pottl!l... l.i'lp. 111. II Alp 111. iend model, tier similar circumstances, provided Jtlon. We l:JAp ni. W?in. m. adic. If patentable or not, free vlt M lnitcrion tho numbers be Riifllcieut for tho tharcc. Our (ce not due till patent Is secured. , No. to. .No.M, ith J J A PAMPilitT, "Hon tnObtaln Patents," proper working of tho law of aver- J cost of same in the L'.S. and turcica countries? KAST HOUND. Huh. lHiy age. Thus tho duration of tho life sent free. Address, Lt llrmleroon ".IS , m. 3: lip. in. feli. DlllVhK, Milliliter. Oiipoeito Citv Scitlej. 11 binglo individual ' is ono of tho of bpotmlllr 7: 17 n. in. p. Kepairing and Wwlu muk as ctuap as anybody, qiialuy cuiieKlcicri. Owii,iioro greatest uncertainties, but tho (Jura- f Opi. Patent Ornec, Washington, d. C. J 27 . 111. 4 n. m. ) a' ly port Ut'ln. 111. tion or rate of mortality of u largo vi p. II, liivo us a tail. ilUlAtlh?) l''I!O.M $10 L'l'. cmiiiiiiigil . ),i.-- , a, V..IU. 111. t,Tti p. in ifrillo number of individuals mny bo preClnrrrport in HI n. 111. V i m dicted with great accuracy by comi Hrphvniorl h. m. CI p III. parison with tho observed results WHEN YOU GO TO OWEfiSBDriO Irvim-loII.iMa. m, 7.tk' p. CALL ON among n biifliciently largo number of llrnn.lent.uri! 1, Wet Point persons of bimilar ages, occupations Is M p. m. 8 M p. Ar. Lonirllle ., l uj p. ni. 9 til nnd climatic influences. Xbrth American Review. ' liiln Nn. M nnd Nn. Si in!,n iit.n -t- !Iriiiiioii(iindi) I.. PM, illli', llnrlln-li'irH Typewriting In London. llluuiln.ilcd t.i-- i U'i'tim !. J! ' 'ii'nl Uiiinit. K"r Inrilier inrnrirnitlim, hd.lr.". A devico for producing illuminated fi.'iU&J II. r, MollM'IMion. p'r ic't typewriting by ono and tho samo maBi-r.tfl.- . l.iniri.iH iC, chine has been invented by Mr. Lea. (P.jt!..'11 ,.iAV.I(U iV, It consists in having two inking tapes, which aro placed sidj by sulo parallel A.J.SLATON, H. D., . - '..- - r;,nf with each other, and so mounted inn .V.MM ' & movnblo frame that by pressing a Mnall lever ubovo tho keyboard eithrfie fill ft mitl Mutt ititir W'nr'e, ther of them am bo brought into uso. ii'iy i or 'I'llr. Freilerira SI, V'iiv-- i fift.J.Mt!, tfs U lltr40iil tterihf l III!" H) Assuming black to bo tho dominant ?ri)nml i!'i. iimi? color and rod to be used for capital letters, then ono inking tapo would bo black and tho other red. When a , I so called chances. j ' fit 1 '0 t'. . UBUuuauiuriiJisBKa nin-iru 1 , JC.A.SNOW&COJ ' 111 I '. & 1 i.l. n 111 11 C.Theo.Cain, irlW - I tf -- Pliysician at Surgoon o capital letter, a numeral or a promi-neut character occurred, by shifting tho lover tho red tapo would bo brought over tho types in place of tho black one, which would bo tnneously retiied beyond tho reach 1 . jjlark V. & gteitlerj Commercial HoleL CENTKAL CITY, KY. R. IWffiWm t , I R. PAX0N. PR0PRIT0R. IIus just been lepaired and newly Chicago News-Recor- The Growth of tho Canning Industry. SO years ago a man in Pennsylvania began putting up tomatoes in cans at 50 cents a can. In 1887 the total output reached 72,000,-00cans, and today it is 82,808,000 cans, of which considerably over haK nro put up in tho south, Maryland be ing tho largest producer. Tho production of canned corn has reached 84,000, 000 cans, but in this branch the eouth is not bo largo a producer as it should be, New York ranking first in production and Maine second. Tomatoes and corn lead, but nearly everything else eatablo is canned, and not only is the homo demand of the United States supplied, but we exported in 1802 over $17,000,000 of canned goods. New Orleans Less than 0 Dr. Snipps mado quite an impression on two ladies ono day ou tho fctreet. of tho types. furnished. Located close to Depot. Supposing sevenil colors to bo re-- 1 quired for producing varied illuini- - j Good meals orfiist-clas- s lunch Giv !& ;lE,i tnit taMil S',a. r. I 'f'fi" uatcd effects, then tho two tapes j it a trial. CSTOld Pictures Copied anil Enlarged wouui carry ineso colors oecween A SPECIALTY. them, a given length of each tape being charged with ink of n different 10SV juin Street. color. To bring tho required color 37.iit " 0 11 WtJlOJlO, KY over tho types the tapes nro shifted laterally that is, they aro wound or inr i.iti';it trv:vi;-i- . from right to left or from left to right, II VIII 1 Olrcil ni lloinolii ToiiUii)H ns may bo neceiary until tho proper li iiilinliiiMi'rliii; Dr. JIuIiiih' color comes into position. Tho in(inlilrii hi'dlir. - of , r i i.p n. rn'!.o i;l i It in I1 vention is useful where multicolor Al L'TltTV.ir.i lirV-Qlr tei, typewriting is required, nnd mauy nitu-ii- i r i lofhl, with' tir knoMleli- - nf tlio IF-- U "SJtZAyili. rvi- - V . It H.ihiioliitpli limiiilex. iiimI villii.lttt ? Syi fiMH li'li. attractive effects can bo produced. Hie lit nnd prcdi wnrtlur in It is btated that tho device can bo apnt In a modi r rati drink rirnn olli'Mrk. plied to all tho leading typewriting It lu letii gii d itndlni'i. rjn-i'i- i machines. London Times. p.Tict ii.). 'ii fi.'I ivn ItiieiiT 111 111 I . 1 de-t- l r--i - i ji4 Lu.lhllL2. Your Favorite ITomc Ntvspnpcr - AND - The Leading Republican Family Wlie Il l 11 111 1 tli.iti-tin- i'n-- -, , ! wmi" For on If Paper of the United States, 1.2f, Cash in .'lilvuncc. Times-Democra- t. conversation is a lost art. Certainly the listener appears to be out of date. Persons who havo regard for tho usages of polito socioty should remember that listening is ono of tho canoni of good manners. is impohto. Every ono is entitled to n fairslmroof attention paid him when conversing. If ono is bored, coui-tesdemands ho should listen and appear to appreciate tho jtory that is related on tho subject under discission. A writer on social etiquette once remarked that "nine times out of ten tho nttentivo listener is more admired than tho moit brilliant talker." Harper's Bazar. Absent-mindedne- It has been recently stated that The I'urt of tha'Llstcner. But passing them afterward again without his overcoat inado nnother, Borne-whdifferent. Truth. It Made a Difference, Ho was going up Brush street with a new biiow shovel on his shoulder when a littlo old colored mnn, who had evidently passed a hard winter, stopped him and nsked: "Hello, Misser Thompson, what yo' got dnr':" "What I not yerol Does yo' bco dat snow shovel?" "Of co'se, but it am no good now. Yo' wouldn't dun cotch me buyin no hnow eliovi'ls in do spring." "Sartinlynot. Dat'swhat nils docull'd poimlashuu of dis town all hindsight an no fo'bight. I bought dat shovel fur shovel fur net' winter. Got a 18 cents. Dun saved 12 cents, yo' see'r" "Ku! Am dat fu'bightt" "Yes, sah." "Kin anybody hcv fo'eightr" "Sartlnly dey kin." "Mibser Thompson, kin you lend ino a quarter now to use next Jinuary? " softly asked tho old uiiui. "Xo, sah! I wasgwino to 'splain to yo' dat durwas fo'bight, himlbight seberal odcr kinds ob bight. Yo's tryin 11 11 gazing on tho sere nnd yellow leaves of tho trees. I am well uud cheerful enough, with n cast of melancholy, however, together with just a suspicion of homesickness, and there is within mo a longing for forest, lake, nnd plain; you and tho children all mixed up together with Beethoven nnd sunset." Exchange. A DticonccrtMl Speaker. A btory is told of Senator Vest's nating in letters written by noted men. Fancy, then, the stern old Iron Chancollor writing liko this to his wife, when, aftor tho manner of wives, sho is off on a visit to her mother: "I feel as I should," writes Bihintirek, "on a fine September day One of IlUumrck'n Let ten. There- is always something fasci- making a political bpeech in Sedalia, every man in tho houso tako out his watch at tho bamo timo. Later ho was informed that at noon and 9 p.m. tho nearest approach to a local timo gun was fired and that overybody, ns a matter of habit, consulted his Watch at thoso hours to seo if it was correct Chicago Harold. Mo., somo timo ago, when ho was greatly embarrassed to boo nearly Aunt Luo was just saying goodby 1SESOUKCLH. to littlo Chnrlio and her bobt young lUurtait. 5(i,J,72;J.-I!- l "1 wish," bald Jorkins as ho looked at man wns with her. Sho mNsed some- Notes ami Hills Jl.OOO.OO tho muddy streets, "I wish homo prison- thing nnd was looking around when Ileal CI1111 lie ers would escape from tho Tombs." ami Ftxtuies. . 1,500.00 camo out with her long "Why do you wish that';" asked Sirs. gloves nnd said: "Was yon looking Cash on II.11111 and otiier Jorkins, nstonifhert. 20,031.22 for your leggins, Aunt Luo? Hero Hanks "Why, whenever prisoners break jail they nro." Now York Recorder. ! to borrow a quarter fur nest winter hain't neither fo'sight nor hindsight, tin yo' can't got it by a blamed bight! Good uiawniu, bah!" Detroit Free Press. n'li r imp Otcr a I.lttlo Olllre. niiniu-fd- , Cur, h ii Many amusing things occur in tho npuirflp,titt i pneolxink ol i. id In ii annual town meetings in tho smaller ' MT.CI I'll' it.lfi: Mi..t towns of Nov England, but the Ohio, scramble for minor oiliees bometiuie.-resul- ts in bitter hostilities. At tho town meeting in u binall town in Rockingham county, in Now Ilnnip-hhir- s 1, nidi illy tirauil i an iiiirm of a tho chief contest of tho day was roput ition. HihIim!" iiKtliiuud and iitlri-- l olHeo of hcarso driver. Thero (illmiii J"to H j. ir MinduiK, nit, r nil for tlio nnd, wero two candidates for tho office, other in itiiifiitliiii,liiiiil. Hon tli" dlll'iiill) rti tho friends of each of whom mado a ireii'lii.iinl tlm eim-- i rtw inmid J,t toll) explilnid ol Int'iieul irn, Milli ultnl canvass of tho town for two weeks euri- - fritin pruinmi nt pi If ii.tiUiI limotiialf Iii t. before, and tho successful candidate Hi l lilt. .1. J'O.V: VIM:. Tii miin Wiii-Ii-. won by just ono vote. The most amusing part of tho thing is that m tho town thero is an nverago of but RrtVK STOPPED FREE w a bi.v deaths a year, and tho hearso v ink Prfnn M Iii tihjbr.KUXZ'Q Urtt driver's pay islixed at per funeral. GREAT x.7 Tho two candidates do not bpeak to OraZIlHAI i)IR4 ,r. si each other now. Boston Journal. iNFALLIHLIt if tkm mt tirmrtA. A l,fYr, S firtlttjy's i utt. tt ailM kn ! 5 frUI bottle freta nri'fr.-AMi nn Applo l)ir.ij. I to I KLI I. 911 Ar- h St P. The biurouiiding conditions favor UmUa. bkWARil iib iMtTATWG FRAUDS or retard tho growth of decay fungi. If the temperature , near freezing, they aro comparatively inactive--, but 1. 1' IUh' inn, 1'iivt. IMI. II, Ulnars, t'nKtiivr mvi:; SoSTT when tho room is warm and moist fruit cannot ho expected to keep Of tho Couclitioja of tho well. Cold btor.igo naturally checks tho decay. Tho ideal applo has no fungous defacements and no bruies. If it could bo placed in a dry, cool room free lroni fungous germs, it 1 ought to keep indefinitely until chemical change ruins it ns an article of food. Professor B. D. HiiLted in L.i tho Closo of Bustnors Popular Science Monthly. Much A1I11 Hit .piMMti"-- , It ni". hum 111 xi-- t. iinpriMt, .1 tilth tho lor the 'LU-K.- M.TWKKN L0USVILLE and WITH MEKPHIS, TEE REPUBLICAN Give all tlio news of Town, County and State, and as much National news as any other paper of its cla.s. Your homo would be incomplete with in it. Is n Notional-FamilPaper, and nives all the general new of the U. 8. and the world. It gives the events of foreign Imnls in 11 niiuhell. It has separate Departments fm The Familv 'irc!t, nnd our Y Its ',' Folk. Homo and viWeti column cuiimand tho admiiatiin of wive ind tl iiighten. hs V nil piititical iiiWH, and nre coinpreheinive, brilliant and t.Nluiulive. Its Auriculiiir.il depirtment Inn 111 siipirinr iu the courtrv. Its Maiket Ileports 1110 recognued iiuihurity in all parti of the 'an I. A hpecial Contract enahles us to nll- -r this cplcndid Journal nnd Thd Rujinlilii-ilor one ear y i l. ,inlii-uaV- I, PULLMAN BUFFET Sleeping Cars r'KOM ANU TO e, i.oi!isvii.i,i:,.ui:miiis,virKNiii'ic itAToN world-tild- i:o(ii:,niii m:iv Ih Mi'iiiiliN. oih,i:a.t. New York Weekly Tribune, The Quick and Desirable Route TO AM) IOM Now Yuri; I'liUtu'olpliin lliilllmnrii W'nOiltiKtnN Norfolk DM Point CVnlort Itlchtniiii'l Hull'iiln Cli'vnliitid Eastorn nnd fforthonstorn Points Toledu Olilriign )tiiitiiniiiolis Cincltimiti l.uiiil'ln 1 1 srT.f'-t- - Thilvl-lp- nail McnipliW Vitki'iurc llntiin Hmijjw Now Orlcnrm Mobile l.lltlu llnuk Mot SpritiKS mid islntnlii Wi!tTotinc-ti-- Q Tnxiii ArkmiMis .MUoiiiiipi lOHisintm Hint il u Eolith nnd SOUTH WUST. 0 is c33r N. Y. TiilmiH-- Only $1.2S iper yoar. . Ilariliiid Ilepii'ilican regular price per year " ' 1.00 1,05 Bsaver Dam or Dcc.-mb- thoroughly and in condition, mid proldcsiin uxcnl-lenrrniiKi'inunt In tlniUHiid Uirotin!. A ikatl'iik U nnd convcnlonco ifotired li.v tlio I.iiult';'I.Kxiri'ii Tritifis. Only a nioiit's iuhk bai.iuti LouNvillu t mid Miiiiiilil, und tlm U't 'mid eivico bptwenn tlm two cilhovar titlerod. Tlm lit drt-'.'liifs Hit-tim-e Total 82.25. We furnish both Papers ono year for $1.25, Stihsrriptiou limy AiMrcfMillordeis to I I lie-- in at any timo. Sill! Tl'l.iti','riinp-Tiilil- tlon Ai uppnrnl liy niiylnjr t t nt lli'iiicr liiiiii.iir ZC7ZXSX3XSZXB r ntnl ill! J, ll.'llrhi'iior !K.'i ' I UTFOIiU LiEFUIil.lCAN, llnrtford, r- -u ii T.SiLyach, earn.. Cec'l Pass. Art.,Loui:.iile. Kr. Kentucky. 31,1092. l.lltlu Cliurllo round llii-in- . '3Ml.&ZLm&m iaaii T?'"Tr I zrr-"-. iti 12:1a. jiiBifflgg ff 111 wmm ...- -. l tl' l, rT tho papers tell us that tho country for miles around U scoured." Hurper's Di-za- l'rma Two 1'olnU of Tim Spur of tint Occiiklnn. and in this tho artist sticks tho littlo How 1'iilntlngs In Mosaic Aro Mule. Iii ortlcr to reproduco a painting in Her Wuy. mosaic, tho artists, or artisans, tako "What nils your kitchen gill? Sho u Hat sheet of iron of tho samo sizo clammed tho door, drove tho children up as tho painting, surrounded by a btairs and looks as ugly as a bear," bonier about an inch high. This "That is only a way sho has of asking is then filled with plaster so 1110 to raise her wages." West field Union. a to obtain 11 perfectly flat surface On this tho outlines of tho figures A Crrut nnprowiiii'iit. mo drawn. Tho plaster is then cut Muud How tlo you liko tho now way up into small squares, which aro to I do my hair, Frank? lu) removed and gradually replaced Frank (wanting to say something parby as many small squares of mosaic ticular)" nice) Why, you look at least J0 of tho camo size. In tho holes left years younger! Yankeo Dlado. empty when tho plaster is taken Cause I'ur Contrutiiliitlon. away a now plaster,' mado of traverHenderson Wo lost our cook a week tine dust, lime and linseed oil, is ago. poured. Williamson Let 1110 congratulate you. After three days this now plaster acquires tho uocebsary consistency, Bho ii cookiug nt our house now. Brook- She If yon can't bear her, why did you get engaged to her? Ho Well, you bee, wo hud sat out three ilmicc, and 1 could not think of anything elso to bay, and who accepted. Uostou Ik'iieou. "I sat behind you at tho theater last night." "You didi" "Yes. By tho way, that was a pretty high hat your wifo had on." "I should bay bo fU5," Wuhhing-toStar. Tlio hkin of an elephant when tunned is very expensive, tho tanning taking about six months. Arn Vim. S!):i,2f)4.7 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock . Hetorvo Surplus Fund Duo other li.tnks Depobiti 62fi.000.00 133.14 C.'JfiO.OO 402.!).'! 01,:508.()4 80:1,254.71 ticles mado from elophnnt hides aro costly luxuries. Tho following bequest is taken from a will filed for probnto in Genesee county, N. Y., "To Anmndii It. Gregory my shawl that was my hi other's wifo." Ditcretiou may bo tho hotter part of valor, ami so tho may ho tlio crowning glory of tho banquet, but who would linvo a banquet ull dessert 1 des-ser- t I ! Subscribed am sworn to before mu this January 3d, IfiO.'l. SlIlXllY TAYI.Ol!, D. C. O. C. '. In submitting th'3 wo beg tostnto that our hiniiiCfS lias steadily grown each mouth since our opening, and by the most careful, watchfulness and a strict observance ofthe principles of the 1110.H muter viitivo Banking, wo hope not only to extend our acquaintance, but to prove ourselves worthy tho conliilenco that is 'being so liberal' people, ;ieli anu every Dusiness, courtesy eliull bn extended to them, but in no case shall safety bo sacrificed for friciitUliin or to otyain bus- inesg. John H.Bah.nes, Cashier. y xxv XX7 x ", y x' .' : ; f 7 "fBETiOLl. mJHmJ V I We are manufacturers of Huggios, Carts Surries and Carriages, and deal directly with the consumer, thus saving him the per cent, usually paid to middle men. .Our prices are reasly reposed in us. Respectfully, Wo me hero to accommodate thoj onable, and we guarantee satisfaction. lyn Life. nlwamiUBfe.JQjjtiiaLma i U (Uil UUI Galvanized iron Is not galvanized nt all, but is coated with zino by being plunged into a bath of that metal nnd muriatic add. F. Owonsboro, Ky. A.. AMES 4 CO. 8 I j