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OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY liMHE FOURTH COHORESSIOtlAL DISTRICT, TE?,Ki-- .U5 ?? Asann, In Advance. VOL. Y. TJlESTEAMRA-DJATO.lEILL NYE t HARTFORD, KY., FRDIAY, .TUNE 23, 1893. wnrd me, ami tho nrtist is linblo to mnko 11 picturo of him, 1 am brought to see that it would bo it groat wrong. Tho moral of thoubovo incident is that tho man who is who nnd who has been abroad ns far as Uscauaba, Mich., or II, C, will open tho escapo vplvn nf r. radiator when it nets that way nnd let tho hot wnter "squirt nnd squirt mid squirt.'; IIo will not try to savo tho otnV'r trTa NO. 47. zine, for only $3.00. PROFESSIONAL CAIID. The Repuislioan and the Cosmopolitan, a leading maga- rtnncr'a Uolden Heller Is. It U A epcdflofurlKrLAU- Alios, reaching jSi---yii. i curlnn It wrier- otcr It exists Swell luc uml pain occom. V pany tnG.immatIon, bo It always cures Ewclllug and pain. Under whatever namo Inflammation U found, (and tho list Is n long one) thero will Golden Ilellef cure. Thus It Is that It will euro a filon, applied externally, and tho a censunptlon, taken In 5 drop times on small lum, of sugar In ternally, Vou Into a sort, bruised finscr. l'at ttt Kcllef on It and bo surprised 1 utr quickly It Is welL On any other soro It Is tho ssmo. One drop applied to an old soro will causa It to heal after nil clso ban failed. Cold sore on J our lip sre cured by It In ono right. You hao tried It for sorcthroat unci found yourself, cured almost at once. Now jour luncs cro soro Inflamed It quickly cures Inflammation of tho lunrs. A Is on j ou. It will chronic cum your lur.g. No Inflammation, no consumption. It will not pctmll Inflammation to exist. TI1I1 Is why It cures eonsuaptlon Jui.t as It would sorn throat, or flux, a felon, a toothacho or a neuralgia. The soro In yourlunjs U healed and you aro well. Ono norn ts not mucli unllko another. No Inflammatloi, no sore, no A tsulespooiful cures La Clrlppo. If sitlsfactlon not rite money refunded. II ocser dtnuppolntd. TuLo a bottlo homo to day. m: FJM y ftW?-1- 1 RELATES DURBANK'S PERIENCE WITH ONE. EX- It Itrnlly llnpprnrit In llliimdM'urlliilii.llr. llfrli.inU'sl'rlencl. V.'Iiy Colo-ltItuiilMliibnnt III Vat.llIn:tn Vlelirr V.'m Induced til I.cihoTiihu. ICopj riRlil. ?a, hy IMiinr V. Ne. . Tiionti'iuurmllntor nt a hotel fumlslies luoro ciiwho for ncrioiis thutiht, in tho ntill watches of tho nltfit, than any other prohloin I know of. Host of them havo water on tho br.iln. And Ha Then d cspo-ci.il- S) carpet. ly TSVt . i i--" '1 ONE DOLLAR he I. ratlly rnriH-- bynnrone nf illlur ux In nnr pirtif the country, lio I. ulllhiir tiiHurk ludiii. trluuily at tlu i'iiipliuunt nlihli - fnn,lli. liiulabdrls light ami plr.i.iin mid toil run no rl'le whatever. Wr lit ou inn r.)iHhl(li', m that you can Kire the biMlne4 a trial nltlintit ish ns tntourielf. Kortlnifu ullllncdn llttli'uurl., this I. the cnlnleit oifer in i.li. You rail Hurk all ilay, or In ihcix-niiir- f inl. If ton nn fin. plord, and ham ft fm .pari Imtirs nl sutir rtl). poial, utilise them, and uiM In suur Inoomv, imr Ini'lnrsf will imt liiitriin nl nit. Vou will briiinatrd nil Hie slnrl nt tin r.iIIWaml t i .1 Inr.dylnaiid hv hlcli ) i niiin'i ihillir lid from tho diyout. Ilvrn beginner. n unonr first hour. An one run run tin- butiiiis full. iui should lr) iinlli'ni; i m until )uu lie for yourulf wlut yem ran h lit thr Ii'ipIium Unim.i are sthltli weofTrr. No eapllal grand workers; m u luy" tbv mnVe ns iniieli biilin , ns it Is so is mi n. 1 dry should trv this est well ailiptrd tn tin in Writs' inter nml if lur wmrscir. AdJrtss II. It.M.l.hrir --A' III, (ti.L"?r-sr-i" - hot, slainji uariict, yon hnowntonco that Tho titu radiator is not (seaworthy. other night Mr. IJnrb.mk'H raillator nlwut iniilnijtht to get resllens and p.illiitnti'. At first it just j,mvo two or Ihre-kiclM nt ito!f ntul montiPil. Mr. Ilnrbiinlc turneelovorin bin bod nnds.iid: nccAMi: nmiT.vrrn. When yon ko in it room nnd wnell tho bo-p- m rf "Ah, tho radiator in llirim), "l lllllil, Mo. cu: imt r.:i Collection of zxfi8sm&& n 1t - rwrn eizs trrti FLOWER SEEDS va&FREE! '' m4 llell- tuuiiyrinU. mi at m. I lUUbe4 riVMtf! Ihi Llua' Hbiii hi .mc. ' I j 4 rr ?kw,i.rCJ & lift,ft MVroIiiiuBttxt li lavl t 4k, Urr tiluttffcUd fm 7t&: 1 TrttATM i n Ufrtiaiitn, fakH.fcVfnrA. lyTtAK Hu-T fsj. 7 inbU felUik( la rtswiiisT. iBlfvdursi (ill 1tt nuvwrxfiii,!. ' 11 K et rrf 1 IvrtMisT iHsjmttKn.M, 1st HlutU( UIU hilMV, ( vM RwWr, llirtu i)rotibmc. rutt, I1n.u ,ls. aUfnUr M. t.liwtk tf I bcW lkr KKti tnf!iWl fcM J VT tjUM wtiiW Nl 1wr ti, tfcl P WfftJ n4 fiJ.lU. T'J O'- 1M t .N !, r .lot.lh vsv iv mi mwr ll( nUMuiMbintr tWfJ, MjM M pmimismiii lvi i' ". I ssw . lTirjUim, urKribrf Alr Diet trotUBJIf 1 MMtylt,i)4t riitaiU tttry ltfvl jtf iwr m IIumi iW ttf joft-tMk- tklut iwrtt --- (; 4('tit hrtxkttiu N Y. Mr ItVarv Vu4 1wtrt 4 Urc Urt(M HtrTllfr, l Im1nu1, 4UrvJMr ashram, ( tutuMlMI nota. 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MoOKU A tO., HT i'ark. riac.Ntw Vork. flt I Ci'tf 1 Cslds, CoufhiSore Throat Orcup.InC 1, Vhoo;ic2 Comb, Bronchitis end Ai'Lma. c f'.'la curs Tor Comumftloo In first U;ci, ctu via iurt f 'ja rslief In drinecJ itttes, after atcr.c DC tbl will lea ths etcellent effect (ill del. 80M by 100. eierywhsrc, ir, Utiles SO cents ana 1 vtVi ' " ' ' tl TABLED' PILE BUCKEYE ointmenti CURES NOTHING BUT PILES, A SURE rrer-iirt- i and CERTAIN CURE known for IB years 00 tho BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. tj nnuimr.ov uMitisr. in., bi. ions. & to hear tho radiator riveting its boiler nml i;".ii'mlly refitting Itself. Ho lighted bin last match find saw that It was iiast 1 n'cloc!:. IIo tried to go to slnoji mid Ixau cotinting 1.000 to nuttlo liis 1. vo. Ho was joined by tho radi.-tor- . ln throw olf this covers and Mid: "Thero is water it tiiat radiator. That's wlut makes it iiraetieo all night trying to ilny 'Tho Awakening of tho I.ion.' 1 v. ill let tho water out. and then I can blei ,i." So ho r t tip soMy and started for tho electric ll.'htloturn 0:1 namo. IIo was ho hi th. a httlodazo.l and stpja-i- l into liii trunk. Then lio knew whero ho was mid rtarted across tho room, but w.is met by tho center table, which li.nl ft lato Itvich on it. It contained, among other thing, soino bread wilh j Tin ou it and soino ciieeo that had como from fJennany nt a tluio when tho ilttanintino regtilatlouH wero looser than they am now. Ho uptet this table. "Xow know whero everything is," "This chcoo is in said Mr. Unrbank. tho center of tho room, nml I can nlwayd find out whero 1 am oven without n li.Tl.t." .lust then in tryingto turuou tho electric light ho r.tcpied in tho jam and cliee.' at the namo moment. IIo also found that tho electric light had beet turned off ut tho cellar. No ono can know just how ho would feel under theso citcumstauccs unless ho lias been under thos-- circumstances. Mr. liurbatitc had now lost all idea of direction, for tho ehceso still clung to tho solo of his foot mid roamed around tho room, attracting attention from tho radiator. Mr. Unrbank is n tall, slender man, looking very much ns Henry Irving would if ho had liecn trying to bowl at tho Gastritis Houso during tho winter and train himself down to represent Thought. Dressed in tho simple robo of night, with Jilt) dark hair released from its coiiflneiiriiit and tossed about over liis shoulders, with it cheesy sandwich on one foot and a corned beef and mustard poultico on tho other, now and then stepping onii revolving bottloof Halford Mime, ho tnado n strong picture as ho saved himself from falling by catching at tho towel which hung on n rack. Ho went threo times nronntl tho room, feeling on tho wall for tho button of tho bell, but missing it, ns ho could not got tho right height, ho opined. In tho morning ho found that tho button was concealed by tho headboard of his bed mid did not work anyhow. It now becauio easy to locato the radiator by tliosouud it nudo.nlsobyn littlo puddloof hot water which ho stepped out of with sucli a wild start that ho kkiuned liis knots and hopped around over tho lunch in great agony. Aslio felt tho jam oozing up among his toes ho became irritated nod said: "If I had it to do over again, I would go to tho other liotol." Thero wero two hotels, ono called the Phyloxeria and tho other tho Hergamot Houso. Woworonttho Borg.ttnot. Mr. Burb.mk uppioaehed tho radiator mid turned tho valvo open quickly, thoti stopped back into the Halford saneo ns a stream of hot water Etpiirted ncross tho room into tho cozy lied which ho had just left. Tho littlo valvo nut was now eo hot that ho could not turn it back for quito it long spell, but after awhile, by tho uso of n towel, ho managed to turn it off enough so that only it small stream cnino from it, mid ho filled n china cuspidor with water, also tho wash basin and his valise. This ho did whilo trying ta empty tho basin out of tho window. A greafdcal of tho water was spilled when h-.1 Then ho went to r.loet,i. Soon after ho woku with n start and heard tho radiator rnmblo liko u distant freight train crossinK tlircei or four other li.i(.' of ro.nl. At tho end 1.I10 seemed to jiit eno coil with another mid lierrnn to mix thingx. Ho hxjkoil at his watch nnd paw that it was half jast li. Tired iiiituro then yielded, and with r. long drawn nigh at 30 days ho went to nlecn. IIo nwoko ngain reilring itself." tho lotsfor an agent's prospectuaof "Tha Family and Horso Doctor Book" and began to cni)Ynss for tho samo nt 75 ikji cent of tho receipts. , Fnirhnven and Now Whatcom with n n transcontinental road would bo it great success. All they lack is people. That is truo of tills wholo region. More honest sweat and less scanning oi tho horizon for railroads would work u ell. The growth of nil tho cities of thia new northwest even in tho threo years sinco I visited it is astonishing oven tc one who has mado ft solemn promise that ho will never bo nstonHied. Tiiero was novcr a better timo for the dissatisfied man of tho states to come. Ho should not expect to mnko n competency while playing "high ftvo"nnd waiting for his lots to go up, but como hero with his working clothes nnd go in to win. If you buy a lot, buy it for 11 investment nnd not for tho purpose of selling it tomorrow for nbank to build on. , Thero aro it good mnny largo trees to Ih) cut down in Washington uud many farms to mako In order to enpport nucli cities 11s Seattle nnd Tacorca beforo a trade can bo built up with Mongolia. But everything is now nnd up to date s wherever emu goes. You will find no with tassels ou them in these cities, but tho Nery latest tiling made. It is so tho Salvation Aimy in everything. looks itioro prosperous than it does in oldi r states. Its band is moronttractivo mid sometimes plays it tune. Ithnsilono great good by working among tho coachmen who gather, with their cartiages, about tho entranco to the opera house when' we play. Colonel William Li?htfoot Visscher of Kentucky lis ed for somo years at us an editor. Ho liked the town very much, but his wifo thought it very crude, nnd she missed her old friends a good deal, whilo tho genial colonel knew everybody in tho United Stntos, mid so was not lonesome. This is often tho case with .popular men. They frequently prefer tho tritmto'of laughter nnd bonhomie down town to tho quiet ovening nt home by tho fircsido, reading from "Plutarch's Lives" nnd givingthochildrcn their bath. bell-cordFair-have- n New Whatcom and Fairhavcn together constitute it beautiful scmicirclo about llclliugham bay in tho now stato of Washington. ( Fairhavcn is quiet just now, a good iplnco to think in or bring tip'n family, Imt it fears not. It is generally believed that James Hill is waiting till property gets low enough to buy readily, then will scoop it in and establish tho terminus of tho Great Northern thuru. Should ho do this ho would havo ono of thopleasantest privnto towns on tho coast. I do not know whether ho will do bo or not. Some think ho will, nnd somo think ho will not. 1 ouco lived in n town for somo time and held two lots with the hopo that Mr. Gould would build there and erect largo shops employing over a thousand men, bitter. Gould died without having dono so. Finally I exchanged rail-load i Sclentlfio American Agenoy forj ho stepped on tho Halford sauco bottlu V jiMijrawii y.m ir':SBffm- llw-aaBB-J I TO BBK CAVEATS. J BB" TRADE MARKS. .s tBB ww For Information and free Handbook wrlto to MUNN A CO.. ait UllOiDWAT, New Youff. Oiueat bureau for socurlnn patents la America. Kvcry patent taken out hr ns Is hrnuclit bofnro the publto by a notice Btron t reo of charge In the wnniuniv. DIBIQN PATINTB, Y wtttific largest ttreulatton of any sclentlAo paper In the No Inielllcent world. BploiullUIr llluitrated. man should bo without k. Woeklr. J:.(i(l a, yoari lUOsix mnmhs. Aildrexs JinNN k CO, runluuBKD, UOl Droadway, Now York City, Qmltm again. Ho emptied tho basin whilo tho cuspidor was lllling mid then emptied it while tho basin was filling. Sometimes in going back and forth he did not step on tho Halford bottlo nt nil. IIo does not remember how mauy times lip did theso round trips, but ns tin gray dawn began to steal timidly across tho sullen sky thero stood at tho open casomont n tall man with n pale, intellectual faco and in n simple, fluttering and soveroly plain negligee with wot sleeves. Ho was just pouring tho last pitcher of hot water out ur. tho window, fjkat" BROWN'S IROS BITTERS Iala. Physl-clan- P Vjf, Cures IndlKcatlop, Illlloiunets, pyrrepsla, rla, NerTousntM, and General DuUlliy, recommend It. AlliU'al'.rsM'lllt. denulne liMtradetnarkuud ctocsvd red Uses on wrapper. s uud bolow lay tho body of tho watchdog drownod. Tho watchdog lay with glassy 'oyes chainod to t)io houso, nnd tho watchdog's honest bark was peolid off in places whoro tho hot wnter had struck him. That palo nnd interesting man was tho nutlior of theso lines. At first I thought I would say it was Mr. liurbank, but now as I think it ovor nnd r,cmcinlor bis many kJiuUr nets jc-- Tim MAS AT THE WINDOW. So slio tried to get him to remain nl liome and help her wear out tho dull evening, but ho had till sorts of business engagements nnd meetings of tho chamber of conintcrco to meet down towu. He belonged to several societies also, including tho United Red Men, tho Little Defcuders nnd tho Fair Haven Oompah Oompah baud. Mrs. Visscher got him n billiard table nnd tho gamo of loto, from which keno was derived, but it was not nil these lit needed. It was tho littlo band of congenial souls who still renr'ned down town. Slio lost heart aud gavo it up. Tho place was new, and thero were rough characters abroad at night, nnd late 0110 owning Colonel Visscher came 'wit a big stono had been homo'to i thrown t mli tho window, barely missing Ids piano. Ilia wife was in tears and begged him to move away from Fairhavcn. "No." ho laid, getting down his tfv nnd Grand Aimy uniform. "L know who did it. It was ono of thoso brutci I hiivo tusailed in tT.DT "paper. I will go 1111, 1111 1 kill him. I must do it. I cannot bo driven out of thia town by theso iwvtssius. Bo calm while I go out and kill hint, dear. You can look tho other way while I do it, nnd I will wash my hafn.j afterward so that you will not bo frightened." IIo wont out nnd wns gono half nn hour without success, but when ho came In ho found liis wifo whlto and spoech-lesFor 11 timo I10 could not bring her to, but finnlly slio told him that a stono or spmothing had crashed through tho window of hcr husband's room whilo ho was away. Cautiously ho went in there. IIo found broken glass oii his carpet nnd a short piece of metal liko a bit of gas pipo closed at both ends nnd a cunning littlo fnso at tho end. Colonol Visscher'a faco grow palo. They sat hand in hand during the long, datk night, and in tho morning ho took tho bomb to the polico nnd sold his houso. Thoy went to Portland to live, and when they wero settled ono evening Mrs. Visscher camo tip to him, and ruu-inher fingers through his clustering hair his hair that wns onco so flowing, but now so fled slio told him with u tear how slio was tho assassin, nnd how slio got tho plumber to make tho bomb for her uud fill it with baking powder, so 6ho could throw it through Ids window whilo ho was down tho road at tho s. g A popular song, like an apartment Tliss New Nonsr. or the houso. nkw yokk sun. house or n new hotel, must have "all And yet it ik often said that womon If you are on the lookout for new modern improvements" if its duration havo no influence nml that thoy aro mere clay in tho hands of thoso they expressions of n popular sort, you or prosperity is to be long, and the must have heard this one: "He got it chief of the improvements is the addilovol O woman! womanll womanlil I fear where the chicken got the ax." It tion without number of new verses sayou aro it sad dogt has been in use of lntc, and it will not tirizing and paraphnsing well known be long before nil the variety and individuals or current events. Kvcry some of the legitimate theaters will man whose expectations nrc disaphelp to spread it, while in courts, sa- pointed or hopes frustrated may be loons, clubs and on cars it will se- - said to "get it where the chicken got Mscrytlilns IIiifmi t'se. cure extensive circulation. the ax." The phrnse has the right Thoy had been married about a year i The genealogy of the expression is ring for one destined to become popunml wero passing through their first exthis: In most Iiuropcati countries the lar, nnd will, in nil probability, be perience in honsecleanlng. IIo didn't want to take a hand, but'his mode of execution hanging, guilloheard more frequently in the future dear littlo wifey vowed sho'd bo miser- tine garrotc, or beheading disposes than it is now, until, indeed, it has ably unhappy if. ho did not, aud so to maintain peaco lio had put on his old of the victim through tltc most vul- run its course, which in the case of a nerable portion of liis anatomy to slang expression in New York is clothes uiKl wits' prodding iirouud nt various tlllUKS. force- - the neck. It was so in this about six months. At tlnl'Mmo of this writing ho was try- State until electricity was introduced (lis .'(j a picturo nail with n tack ing to r.erjloily Wnntn loEilll." ns the official method of execution. hammer. That strange idiosincracy which IIo might na well tried, to drive a yoke In most other American States hangcauses every man to believe that he of stcirs with it straw. ' ing, cither as the lawful mode of cap- could edit a newspaper better than its Naturally big fltberwiso delightful dis- ital punishment or by the interveneditor does, has caught the attention. position was gifiled, and of course his. tion of Judge Lynch, is still the ordi- of the editor of the Western Rhcojxlcr, wifo wns to Manic. "To get who writes as follows on the interest-But ho would' nol quarrel with her. nary method of execution. ' IIo was not that kind of a man. it in the neck" has been, therefore, a ing subject: "Mnry," ho said, looking down nt her perfectly logical statement of summaIt is a curious phenomenon that so front tho top of the stepladdcr and making an effort to appear calm, "will you ry injury or fatal disaster. The au- many men want to be editors, while bring mo one of thoso biscuits you made thor of "Where the Chicken Got the it is true that editors are seldom popfor breakfast this morning?" Ax" (it is a song like McGinty's fall, ular. When any thing goes wrong "Why, Horace," slio responded, looking McCloskey's overthrow or a r.t him void rii gly, "whatever do you the editor is blamed for not preventBoom de-aand in that form will be- ing it. Men fancy the reason they want with It?" "I want to driv-- s this confounded nail come most popular) has improved on are not more popular is because the with it," ho saiu. "This hammer is too that foundation, and constructed, so to speak, a"ballad based on the truth." editors have failed to notice and comlight to do any good at nil." mend them ns their merits deserved. Then ho laughed a raw, rank laugh litre is how the first verse goes: nnd staid up on tho top of tho stepladdcr "In the country oncea farmer killedn "If only the papers had commented whero she couldn't leach liim. Detroit chicken with an nx, on that performance of mine, as they Free Pre33. Just by striking him a single little should have done, it would have made blow, Humpies r But I noticed he took extra care to mc a great reputation," a man says s nfler tho death of tho land upon his neck, to himself. He thinks if the editors Monte-fiorphilanthropist, Sir Moses And the poor old rooster gave his had but treated him fairly he would Tho 'Saturday Review ended nn final crow; eulogistic uotico of his life with, "Such have had a much better position than quickly told the a career cannot bo crystallized into an Then Ithought he was a farmer that I the one he now holds. He therefore brute. epigram nor Hummed up in a boumot." And I got so mad, I challenged him blames the editors and suspects them 0:i this statement Punch felicitously to fight. of personal enmity to him. "This is "Yes, it can 'Bon Mo' commented Then he threw aside his ax and said: not the first time they have slighted (Good Moses)." 'I'll give you fight enough!' "This," suys Tho Nineteenth Century, When he made a rush and hit mc me," he says to himself as liis tem"is worthy to rank wifh another of per, rises. all his might, Punch's happy puns." When Lord When, however, a man is helped by Hoth?child took his oatli ns a peer, with And I got it where the chicken got the ax, his head reverently covered in accord-nnc- o the papers, he does not give them Just because I made too many sassy credit. He takes all the credit to himwith Jowlslt usago, that journal croaks; suggested that ho should nssumo tho Hut his blow I failed to check, so it self. It was his. great abilities that Etylf nnd title of Lord Hr.tton. made his reputation nnd gave him his landed on my neck, Jews, liko Tai'-tafhavo not only been Just exactly where the chicken got popularity. It was liis merit alone "tho cause that wit is in other men," the ax." but they have flashed their humor nttlio that secured this desirable position, Oipensoof their Gentile neighbors. Stanza second tells how a youthful etc. Men are ever looking around A di'ilogno overheard nt tho Stock ExbWiilti fell in love with a handsome for somebody to blame, and editors change on n frosty .winter's day: "Mr. Moses, what would you adviso city damsel who was reputed possess- stand covenient, but men seldom or of great wealth. Soon after their look around for somebody to whom mo to buy today?" "TliPrmpiuetcrs, of course. They nro marriage this interesting episode credit may be given. They take to very low at present nnd nro suro to rise." to themselves all the credit within Youth's Companion. "When she told him she was wealthy reach. Editors get blamed for all the gave up his job, Brown Lost Ilia Interest. only would failures in the struggle for popularity And the "Young man.!' paid her father with and glory, and even by many who he smokeiN somo solemnity, "you do not seem to that you are nskiug 1110 to turn over But one night he went to touch her measurably succeed, but whose suclor sonic, cash,andthenshesaid: cess falls short of what they fancy ioyouacoiisidembloimostmoiit a very 'Why, that story of my wealth was considerable cash investment, sir. I they deserved. Yes, it is rare that an paid sJTi.OOO'for her collcgo courso nnd all a joke. u Brown had got it where the chicken . editor is popular. Stop, reader, and $10,01)0 font European trip, her first got the ax; in society cost mo $r,000 more, nnd think over all the editors, secular Oi her past life then he learned now slio wants another $1,000 for tho seaand religious,, that you know of, and shore nil this nsido from what slio cost some funny facts. consider what a small proportion of mo during her childhood. Perhaps it is She'd been married twice before; Jimwrong for mo to feel so, but if I had my Christmas! Brown was sore, them are popular, and then answer put that much money into anything else he got it where the chicken got the question: Why do so many men you would hardly, expect"the ax." want to be editors? Mr. Warner, in "Thank you for tho information, sir," . But Brown, the joyous Benedict, traveling all over the land, said he Interrupted tho suitor, springing to his feet mid gnu ping tho old man's hand was not the only man to experience found many men who were unable to cordially, "thank yon. 1 find it Impos- the disappointment of human conceit. subscribe for a paper, but he did not sible to keep up tho interest on so large Oh, dear, no! There was another infind a man who was unable to edit a capital." And ho withdrew. Detroit dividual who suffered from the nx one. Tribune. treatment quite as bitterly, if not as Coughing leads to Consumption. A Vnleo Prom thu Tomb. Old Professor My young friend, let long: Kemp'sBalsam stops the cough at once. mo givo you a word of advice. Bo kind 'Jin a poker game I sat one night and m . to tho dull boys. t'HIKXDMIIl. . thought I had a cinch Young Teacher Certainly, but if they With a countryman who lives nt June 13. Farmers are very busy won't learn their lessons Jayville; now with their work. pcf! them: mako "Bo kind to them; When he drew one card, said I, 'He's Eld. R. J. Brandon, who has had them your warmest friends." drawing for a flush." "But" And I saw my chance in case his the rheumatism for the past two weeks, "No buts nbout it. Win their lovo If is up again. hand he'd fill; you can. Somo day In after years when Then from underneath the table I took Mrs. N. M. Brandon and Mrs. Vioyou are ns old aud Jiclpless as I nm, you out four lovely jacks, la Westerfield visited Mrs. Lilly may need the assistance of wealthy men." Where I had them laid away to Ralph Sunday. G. D. Malone and "Of courso, but" make a haul. "Well, tho dull boys aro tho ones that Then hebet Until my cash wasout.tny family were the guests of T. D. Royget rich." Good News. diamond pin as well; al Sunday. P. F. Westerfield and And then, with a smile, I said I wife were the guests of Mrs. Sarah The Height of (Jnlliiiilry. guess I'll call. A very beautiful lady asked a gentleAnd I got it where the chicken got Luallen Sunday. man: We have singing at the church evthe ax, "Will you show mo tho portrait of tho For, ot course, you know that aces ery Sunday at 9 o'clock a. m. person you ndore?" they beat jacks; John Gregory and family have "Tlint is imjwssiblo today, senora, but And the jay contented sat, for he had moved tomorrow I will." back to Clovcrport. four aces pat, And tho nost day ho presented her with G. D, Malone is building a house So I cot it where the chicken got a costly mirror. Noticiero Universal. for Wm. Farmer. Bi.'ATwcn. the ax." Ta-ra-rwit-Short-ly illus-trioue. d: s sea-so- J. "Ed-wi- n .ATTOHNEV AT LAW, IIAUTFOB1J, - - KENTUCKY. ' Eowa B, m a-lenr- J. 1 a. aiMsi, 6s XVecidlaa.B', UARTFOIID, KY. j, t, wroDiKii. JtXfl-'mW-J-seJL-J- (Office, ovpr AnderrWfl BnxftAr.) Will nriclien ihrtr r.mr...An it. nil i. V.UIII IH W "'" "iiiinininn Ohm nml niljol.ilna Bounties, nn.lcoiitt or Appeli BpecinUltrutiou given to criminal nrai tics and j .... . collections, rmnij Farcies w. Saziitli, KY. Attorney at Law, HAUTFOBD, attention Klten to collections, Oflico north sule public square. Will prnctlco h! profession In Ohio nn.l adjoin-l- n count in, ami tho court ot Appeals, bpecia mi E. D.OUFKV. ll.Ii.MNGO. Attorneys at Law. Will practice In nil courts of Ohio Ami adjoining juntlcs, nnil In superior court uml LourtorAp. peal .Collections ami all leitil business attended ,o. Office, No. 3'2J E. Market st Hartlord, K jr. Pery Westerfield ATIOBNEV AT LAW, "Wedding; Attorney at Law, 12. 12. 3FLo rutillo Ohio nnd adjoining counties. .Will practice his profession (OHice In Crosrder liullding.) In all th ine, IHLy. Alio Notary T2n2li courts ol :m:. L. Wili practice Ms profession In all Ih Qoujts el Ohio and adjoining counties, and In the Court ef Hartford, Ky, t ATTORNEY AT LAV, Heavrln, ' Appeals. Special attention Klten to collection. Office, oter Williams, Bell Co's drugstore. ft WlifSi! DENTIST. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT. Is prepared to do all kinds of Dental work at reasonable prices.' -- t& SF 8 SCA Tar tCx HJ iy AT jffij: S3 yw vM A ..'''.V1'.' 'r wi !' i MraaaaidK 'M elS :iw( AND rrt KEXT MORNINQ c.X BRtGH"IER. MiWAND MVCOMPLtXONISL.. i c'. mm l(.S1' Jt.. I1111.1 mmmmr hcrU, aud Is mm " PLEASUlf W'lJ raiiiKi ireph.i liruwaseisjijM . Stonarh, hrrr dlllik l l,u IJiHE'SBaEpicSl'E.iS AIldrnnttsHselMtntWe.nnltl.fOiipfe'.n-M- If Tniiriiii..ilfnr li enit sourMJri it l.riru-- s i i.dIr. Jmi' ImiuIIt MiiIicIiki it.- iu !ii. ..1i ,,','i 1 . j.1,,,'sitvrtcriiii,niij-,ii1isi,i,.UUAlOIt 1'. V,('HIM.M I', ,' - ls,tU,.. Bonuqi'iirtTT. nisriiQciuiT. WORMS! 'WHITE'S CREAM VIBM1EME Has lod all Worm Romodlos. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. I U BuHMHi 1 I I 'Q r DCUCUDCD I immkmuLn. ana toourrcsponslbll-carctunnvestikatlon us ltyaudthomorlUofonrTnlilcta. - WE ABA5TEE A CUBE I Invite the most I 1 I REiD OUR (TESTIMONIALS' E. lion wiui persons wnonavoucen cumi uymousuoiour.iAui.iTS. KILL'S TABLETS nro for salo by all fibst-clas- s uruKgnisiit DO pcrpacKniro. If your (Irui'Rlftt does not keep them, cnclosn ug ,00 nnu wo win tivnu, jou, vy return maij. u pacscugu s uux Tublcta. wrlto jnur nntno nnu nuirenpimniy. nnusiaio wnriner inuicts nro lor iouucco, Mornhluo or s.iipiur ilium. DO NOT BE DECEIVED Into purchasing uiiy ii urn siiiiiiua imaii-uiiimiiiitrii i'iu . .. eiiiiirfii lor Kiuv. .ask tor Tuv.aiiiai jl ts nnu tauo no oinur. Manuf uctured only by lyilostniytliodcalroforTOnACCOInfrom Will 8to5davs. Perfectly harmji'ah; ciuhuihj ickiiiibi,umu niuy uuKiYrii liiucupuiii'uorcuuro wiiuouiiije jcugwi iukmu wiu paw i.m( wjiu will vu.nnuiruy BwpBmuKingurcuuwiDff in aiewuays. sJnmiFPHmKH anil TJmDPJmiD HABTIP can bo cured nthojno.ntid with- UIIUIUILUUIXJUU uuu liluillllluiJ 1U11J11 ouiuny unorc on mo pare oi tho patient, liy tho ugo or our SPECIAL FORMULA GOLD CURB TABLBTS. IiirlnL'trctntontrmtleitfinronllowcl tho frco uso of Llauor or Mor piiuio until Biicuiimuasiney giinu voluntarily utvo mem up. Wo hciuI particulars mid pamphlet of tcstlinonlula frco, and (hall uukjiiii lujimcu nuuerers iromuuy)! iuchu uuuius lis vuiuumiiiua- - Double Chloride of Gold Tablets Sets' jC S W A FEW Testimonial!; I SA SS jllsA A' " FOR 20 YEARS m mL. E rnpsreJ.ty SOLD EVERYWHEBE. inciuncn iir.uu.iK tu.. t. tons. T-?- Quarterly leiiister of . $,r,o COc Single Copies, rerTesr, mwssr (STony BoBDd VoUmes, 'J.OO si. from persons who havo been cured by the use of re;. ,?,v""!', ,. ' fcook l eomiiioa Sndhlc&sh'M.l.ss well as tv.ry srsilsmr sail 'r coll f ."- CI SI. 1. U1HIII.II T.......W I.... v..kl.T! ."Itlstmipsxlnsthstl prlsshljhlvsatlciiinor .if fd IUwut.,,i.A. E. Wltl$llir, LJ.I0I Jou.su elltd t d cellos A msful. ftmty snl tlffh cts. rulllrstloa, nwh struck .fill t,4 ,4ii,ty olSbli I inlorrasllaii trod mm. tut tsTs It rnn lent iha I rt ! fKtb. I. C. SCIIURMAN, Cuius II Uaimslly, lilutl, tt For Ills by Its lln; tlootullcrs srut Ktws Pol.rs Woikt, who will slid SuUrriptions. orwlllUmiil.d.lii., ltosiyJcU rrvcivt Hit p.isul Uol oi tnroujt bout lh receipt u " Hills Tablets. the onio CbeuicaxvnCo. i nstmr Tour linn sib i I his been euro for tobacco habit, end found It would do what you claim for It. I used ten cent wnrth nf this fttmnirftat chewtnir tobacco a dav. nnd Irom one to live clirars: or I would smoke emm ijtn rn fnrtv titns.ii of tobacco. Ilnvo cheiwcd anri amnirivl fnr twAiitV'llTo Tears, and tvo nncksnei your Tablets cured mo bo I hnvo no desire (or tt. Of AUs, 4JV...V, J.a. VAtDODB FEIBT, oi th iifir fur singl end toumt suluiscs. foicu;!! buUctijsl ns, $ t js. AJ ress ' CURRENT HlSTOnV, i tmoir, MICH., o. a. A. h- -. tiik OHIO CHEMICAL CO,, 61, 53 & 6S Opcrt Block Hartis Theater, LOUISVILLE, KY. , Aire. P. Harris, R. L. Britton aud T. F. Dean, MVrs nml Props. . Tho-onlnioderuly built Theater v in tho city. The only Theater playing firstclau attractions at popular prices. Situated on West side of 4th nvu., between Wuluut and Green. Prices 00c, 25c, 15o aud 10c. ... LIMA, OHIO. rAirncuLAKS FREE. Tnt nnin rrspuirli. Cn . ncsrTLElfEH! Some time neo I lent for ll.w worth of your Tablets for Tobacco Habit. 1 received them nil ritrhtniiri.nlthouirhl was both nheavvsmokerandcliewer. they did tho work In less than tlircodavs. lam cured. the wnrtinf nniin fnr vnnr Tahleta. llnuor. and throaKh n friend. I was led to try your Tublets. lip wns u heavy and constant drinker, but ufter uslnic your Tablets but three days no null annainn, and will not touch llauor of any kind, I have watted four mouth beforo writing truiy. you, In order to know tho cum was permanent. i ours M118. HELEN MORRISON. Cincinnati. Ohio. Tour Tablets havo performed a mlrnclp in my case. Tnr. Onio Chemioai. Co seven years, and bvo been cured by the uso oi I hnvo used morphine, hypodermlcally, for two packuKvs of your Tabluu, aud without any effort on my part. AtlclrciMi all Uruors to RFSPflMSIBLE MCcNTS WANTED Tnr.OnioCrmiiCA.LCo.:-Gentleme- V. Y. . n! a It Hives mo pleasure to speak or use Mv Hnn was Htmnirlv audlcteu to 1'ITTBDDRQH. FA. r (In wrltlnar pleast mention this THE OHIO CHEMICAL CO., OHIU. Blepk. I, S3 and Opra lima, I Use Ilrotrii's rhjrslcliili lei 1'inmcii It. All dealers leep it. l oi vt lotllo. io:i mxi'Ui'siA I run Hitters.' :uOtnnlas t t , , ", , ve T f You can get the Hartford Hepuulic-a- t and the New York Tribune one year for SL.25, cash. Subscribe now. A crountnj iucc4tt. That's what Dr. Heller Is. It Is ft specific for I:;ruii- matios, reaching croud, curlnc It whor- over Iteilsts.Svrell-Id- c uuJ pain accom-iian- y luCnmmatlon, so It always cure swelling and pain. TJndcr whatever tiamo Inflammation U found, (and tho Hit li a long one) thero will Golden Rtllef cure. Thus It Is that It will euro a felon, applied externally, and tho a ccntumptlon, taken In 5 drop doics on small lump of sugar Internally. You lino a sore, bruised finger. Put Ins Relief on It and ho surprised I oir quickly It Is well. On any other ioro It Is tho aimo. Ons drop applied to an old soro Trill ciuso It to heal after all elso has Tilled. Cold sores on Jour lip are cured by It In ono r.lclit. You hao tried it for sorothroat und found yourself, turul almost at once. Now your lunss cro soro Inflamed It quickly cures Inflammation of tho lur.es. A Is on you. It will chronic euro your ItirK", No lnllamiralIon.no consumption. It will not pcimlt inflammation to exist. This Is why It cures consumption Just as It would soro threat, or flux, a felon, r. toothacho or a neurnlpla. Tho soro In yourlunss U healed and you aro well. Ono snr Is not tnuc'.i unllko another. No Inflnmitntlon, no sore, no consumption. A taMosiwonful cures La Clrlppo. It sttlsfactlon not rUci rr.oifcy refunded. It TuLo n hottio Lomo to day. Defer disappoints. The JtU'ROU Publishsf, Saetford Bepublican. OFFICIAL The Republican and Courier-Jo- u rival jliotli one year foron- ly 1.75. Tho Republican OEM OF THE PARTY IKTHE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, TSR-.- I.SS Per Answln Ata, VOL. Y. THE STEAM IIADJATOU BILL NYE RELATES BURBANK'S PERIENCE WITH ONE. Ilei EX- HARTFORD, K Y., FED JAY, JUNE 23, 1893. wnrd mo, nml tho nrtist is linblo to mako n picture of hint, I nm brought to beo tint It would bo it great wrong. Tho moral of tho abovo incident is that tho man who is wlso nnd who has been ubioad as far ns Cscauaba, Mich., or I). C, will open tho cscapo vrlvn of p. radiator when it nets that way nml leC tho hot water "squirt nnd squirt und squirt.'! IIo will not try to b.ivo tho h NO. 47. zine, for only $3.00. PROFESSIONAL CARD. and the Cosmopolitan, a leading- maga- Tinner's Golden ATI 1 zrmkr tnil Then Kajs It Itrnlly llnppptifil tn llliiisilf, l'ur I In lit Sir. llrrli.itik'a I'rleml. Ituiiliiliibniit III Viulllni;ti)li Why Colonel Vlssclirr Will IiiiIiicimI toI.caioTowD. ICopj riKht, ISO, hy lMiwr V. carpet. New Whatcom nnd Fnlrhnvcn together constituto it beautiful semicircle about Helliiighaui bay iu tho uow Btnto of Washington.! Fairhaven is quiet just now, n gootl iplaco to think in or bring up 'a family, but it fears not. It is generally believed thnt James Hill Is waiting till property gets low enough to buy readily, then will scoop it in nnd establish tho terminus of tho Great Northern thuro. Should ho do this ho would havoonoof thoplensautest prlvato towns rail-load N)c ThoRteumrmlintor nta hotel furnishes y luoro cititbo for norious thought, In tho still watches of tho niisht, than nny other problem I know of. Most of them havo water on tho brain. cspp-dall- one: la eailly rarm-i- l EVERY dollar I W wwfW i 'T.r-ir: H-iAt- ?: ti frse?.Efcsa. 'U ii-rat-" tt? - Jvifr HE nCCAMC IIIUITATCn. by nnv imp of llliir i in nny iirlif lliecmiiitr,, ulin I ulllliiir tiiniiik Inditi. trlomly at tin- - Miiplnwiiiiil wliiih lie furulli. 1 lie labor U light awl tilensniti and nm run li'i riiiiiliti-,srl-- k lliat Vihatrrcr. U lit )"'l uu ran jrlre tlio builm-s- i i trial nltliotit ixjkiis tovoiiriclf. Kur lliore lllliitinln little ork, thli I. the Rrandct oi'er mule. Vim c;m work all ilar, or In llictri'iiiiix iiul. If nu arc them, atil uild l tour Income, our biiilnrM will lint Inn run nl nil. Vnu will lie nmaznl on Dip Mart nt tin rtiilllv'aiid iae i .1 by ttlilcli)iiiiaiiiailiillir i' Inr.iUylnand il'iv out. IlieH l'liincr art ui tin? none llrit hour. Auv iitii enn run tin- - Imiiiuim fail. ioi should try iiuIIi'iib il-i- - until you ire for youriilf what you ran tin nt tli- - lmvlniM vthlili vioofTtr. No cntiltiil mnr.i afc pnnd workers iiouiiliiy. tho tnnkc a much n. rboy bikini . at ll l o if miailiptnl InrlinuM trv ibli ut Wfll tin in Wrltr onri nml ft-- lor ed, nml liaii- - n i .uiri' lionrs nl jour )iiurclf. AiUms II. MAI.I.iriT Iliix HNU, "I A- -- II III. I, Mo. ill.. ccs 17277 i::j tfSH nexn oris cmi FLOWER SEEDS vau&FREE! AHlfnparllflfilOirrrbn n.l JtfU. tU'lr l'ubllhlNr Olrt.L-1kll.- llurl m ii7o rirr h4. llSiCv VIA AFo( b'wM fAkktt"MjrjtWntjiiu Vtf II U rt4iiiff. M net lttAj tUtft, W riaku, IUa,tM ,tbT. lUntmUf, IdiMlkft ( IkrW mU ftkJ l.tattiUr WifHWlI(om fKU- ftfforJ "4 wtiIp4 Nd It. I ip ky l.l7 y MitwhWrW n .! r itU wnlrfI frtk 4 rilUMt, ! W tiuti tb rukrw 1 miisbm. f boM kBl rUraUM ll TW r "in n itwt. U fct rvliJ fcitWrWa f WctltntxilAU fn ltM4 Hnrld tlt Ihrr J kf h kLrt1tr md UA Vrrr Iliala In.I' 4 nrtl(l INil nX tlirnlk.! tmiijt mU'M ffrlUa mttkitUf Flwf r lrH, M iiJ'4 mm. UtU HriA. lulMm, (vfMa U, Mlim4-ImU- nt - lrU !) M.-- KflV hrmkll f ( ., .! V r. N i. 1U ft T. UfikJ-Ptm- lffc Hry rM Vm4 MfufKy IWLtf (ft vfUrtilnrtffli "4H.Ur!M.Uk rrviMtml Imi MMof laaboteofH 4f't RU.1 ITtoil. for 114 KlcitU. .lawi lljj-- - Uflu M. J SPECIAL OFFER! ! U far hbota nllrf. !hiHi-iMt M wui 1i)lli t kll Ua kbnr. efwwktttf krw(li Hrktla. Ia J THa npUaJcr. SilrVi' Pk4 ajra teia (mat 1CTmUiW V i3CA laut UUim. (. kiw ttfirl nl fuhbnilJ. IsHWiu! Aaa.rl HAa ftvl rUjfftUl tftwa. Tktr rw l ft'-- a) kUkl a( I fa.La.Bl irfoJar fur lhra Htnnlht ft rvfttlna Tt lha arKr1, ".. aJ BWsS: fP rrs '!...- Ut cl Mi - . Rrw5v" lbq trr "" fai ANOTHER GREAT OFFER ! lll w.4 'I li I.aill.ft Mwrrlll. tflra) ftrflSK ftSSC W lll,flk. rf n-i- ri."n Ymr. i.lk.r lii m mlli HUJ. IU.wIm h4 Uvt li e.ll.rtH kfcfrd Art r-- t. a llUtriflif Mr Al4ivwt I lail'y I M T f.rk I'laM. r lark. . II. JIlUltK A to., fknf Cronp.InO l, Vhoojiics Coiiah, Bronchitii and Ai'Lau. c for Coniumrtlon in Brit U(rci, SCmi Cold, Couthtors Throat I u f. r!ltf laaarinceJ effect Uh nto.-..'.a will te. th ciccllrnt iti?r. aftrr tk ac tbl CTtrywherc. -- :i, frit dci, folJ by l.UlciiOceatiaaollI 00. r tur. ln TAIL BUCKEYE PILE 0INTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. A SURE rrtrri hi niciuitwoi and CERTAIN CURE known for 10 years as tho BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. jttmrnr. to., sr. tons. & i Sclontlfio American Agenoy forj fY3rftlMjftMayi V aj V.BBBl'V HBBBBBT S aaimBBBB alBBB eOPVRIQHTS. etc. for Information and freo Handbook wrlio to MUMN A CO, Sill lllullUWiT, NIW VOIIR. Oldest bureau for aocurliiir patent. In America. Krery patent taken out by u. la brouciit beforo the puUlo by a not Ico glroa l reo of cliarga lu tba LargMt rtreulatlon of any aetentlflo paper In tba world, HpleiHtldlr llluatratod. No Intelllirent man ehould bo without It. Week It. 3.0ll a yoari ItJUtlx mntitha. Addlwn MPNN A CO, ruoLuujuut, UU1 Droaurray, Mow York City, TRADE MARKS. DESIGN PATBNTB, 0AVIAT8. I Ifef BROWN'S IROS BITTERS Hala-ruCures Jrnllgcsttop, lllllotunen, nyrrtpsla, rbyri-cla- t, NeryomiitM, ami Ocueral UuWllty. bell It. Oenulna raconimeml It. All ilil'.rs BM trade mark uud crueiod red Uso ourraipr, When yon ro In it room nml pmcll tho hot. ilrunn cnriict, jon knownt onco thnt tiiu ratlintor U not seaworthy. Tho other night Mr. Iliirbank'ti radiator began nliotit miihiilit to get n'stlcss nml two or Mlitnto. At first It just llirci) l;icl: nt itsi'lf nml tnontied. Mr. llurbatik turned over in liisbeil nmlKihl: "All, tho radiator U repairing itself." Then ho wont to bleep. Soon after ho wolo with n stnrt antl hoard tho radiator rumblo liko it distant (reitxht train crossing threo or four other li.ieH of road. At tho end bho Beeined to hit ono coil with another and began to mix things. no looked nt hH watch and paw that it was half iist 12. Tired n.ituro then yielded, nml with n. long drawn high nt ill) days ho went to deep. IIo nwoko rtgain to liear tho radiator riveting its boiler nml i;cnonilly refitting itself. lie lighted his last match nml Miwthnt it wai half past 1 o'clock. Ilo tried to go to plorp pull biau counting 1.000 to bettlo Ins i. -- vo. IIo was joined by thu radir.tor. Uo threw off tho covers nml Mid: "Thero H water in that radiator. That's whit malcra it pr.ictico nil night trying to play 'Tho Awakening of tho Lion.' I will let tho water out. nml then I can blet ,i." t tip sofily nnd Btarted for tho So ho electric lijht to turn on Fame. IIo was n littlo ihiso.l nml stepping hi di. so ho st. p;ied into bin trunk. Tlitm ho knew whero ho v.ms and btarted ncross tho room, but w.i met by tho center tabic, which had n lato Itririi on it, It ituiong other thins-- Bomo bread with jtm on it nnd foiiio ciieeso that had como from Germany at a time when tho quarantine regulations wero looser thau they aro now. IIo uptet this table. "Kow 1 know whero everything i," pnid Mr. Uiirbank. "This chcto is iu tho center of tho room, mid I can nlways find out whero I nm oven without a light." .lust then in trying to turn on tho electric light ho stepped iu tho jam and chew nt tho wimo moment. IIo nlso found that tho electric light had bce.i turned off ut tho cellar. No ono can know just how ho would reel under theso circumstances uulcsa ho lias been under thoso circumstances. Mr. llurbank had now lost nil idea of direction, for thochcttio Btill clung to tho solo of his foot nml roamed around tho room, attracting attention from tho radiator. Mr. Hurbank is a tall, Blender man, looking very much ns Henry Irving would if ho hail been trying to board ut tho Gastritis llotiao during tho winter and train himself down to represent Thought. Dressed in tho Blmplo robo of night, with Jiis dark hair released from its cnufitituffent nml tossed about over Ilia shoulders, with it cheesy sandwich on ono foot and a corned beef nnd mustard ponltieo on tho other, now and then stepping on a revolving bottloof Halford sauce, ho umdo it strong picture ns ho saved himself from falling by catching nt tho towel which hung on n rack. IIo went threo times aronnd tho room, feeling on tho wall for tho button of tho bell, but missing it, ns ho could not got tho right height, ho opined. In tho morning ho found that tho button was concealed by tho headboard of his bed and did not work nnyhow. It now beenmo easy to locnto th ratlintor by tho Bound It made, also by n littlo puddloof hot water which ho stepped out of with such a wild start that ho ikinned his kneo nnd hopped around over tho lunch iu great ngony. As ho felt tho jam oozing up nmong his toes ho became irritated and said: "If I had ittodoovcrngain. I would go to tho other hotel." Thero were two hotels, ono called the 1'hyloxcria and tho other tho Hergamot IIouso. Wo wuro ut tho Borgamot. Mr. Burb.tuk appioachcd tho radiator und turned tho valvo open quickly, thuti Btoppcd back Into the Halford Banco ns n Btieamof hot water squirted across tha room into tho cozy bed which ho had just left. Tho littlo valvo nut was now so hot that ho could not turn it back for quite n long spell, but nfter awhile, by tho uso of it towel, ho managed to turn it olT onough so that only n small stream camo from it, nnd ho filled n china cuspidor with water, also tho wash basin imd his valise. This ho did whilo trying to empty tho basin out of tho window. A greafdeal of tho water was spilled when ho stepped on tho Halford uauco bottlo again. Ho emptied tho basin whilo tho cuspidor was tilling and then emptied it while tho basin wus filling. Sometimes in going back nnd forth lie did not Btep on tho Halford bottlo nt nil. IIo docs not remember how mauy times lip did theso round trips, but ns tin gray dawn begnn to steal timidly ncross tho sullen sky thero stood at tho open cusomont a tnll man with a palo, Intellectual face and in n simplo, iluttoring nnd Boveroly pluln jiogligeo with wet fIcovcs. Ho wns just pouring tho last pitcher of hot water out nt tho window, nnd bolow lay tho body of tho watchdog drownod. Tho watchdog lny with glassy oyea chained to thohouso, nnd tho wntchdog's honest bark wns peoltd off in places where tho hot water had struck him. That palo nnd interesting man was tho author of theso Hues. At first I thought 1 would Bay it was Mr. Dnrbank, but now as I think it ovor nnd remember his many kjiylly nctsjo-con-tatm.. on tho coast. I do not know whother ho will do bo or not. Somo think ho will, nnd somo think ho will not. 1 onco lived in a town for somo time nml held two lots with tho hopo that Mr. Gould would build thero nnd erect largo Bhops employing over u thousand men, but Mr. Gould died without having douoEO. Finally I exchanged tho lotsforanngent's prospectus of "The Family and Horso Doctor Book" and began to rntrvnss for tho samo nt 73 pei cent of tho receipts. Fairhaven and Now Whatcom with n a transcontinental road would bo it great Bitccess. All they lack is pooplo. That is truo of this wholo region. Moro honest sweat nnd less scanning oi tho horizon for railroads would work well. Thogiowthof nil tho cities of thb now northwest even in tho threo yean sinco I visited it is astonishing oven to ono who has mndo a solemn promise that ho will nover bo astonished. Thero was nover u better timo for the dissatisfied man of tho states to come. Ho should not expect to mako n. competency whilo playing "high fivo"nnd waiting for his lots to go up, but como hero with his working clothes nnd go In to win. If you buy a lot, buy it for a Investment and not for tho purpose of selling it tomorrow for a bank to build on. . Thero nro n good many largo trees to 1k cut down in Washington und many farms to mako in order to r.npport r.uch cities as Seattle nnd Tacoma beforo a trade can bo built up with Mongolia. But everything is now nnd up to date s wherever ono goes. You will find no with tasels on them in theso cities, but tho very latest thing made. It is so iu every tiling. Even the Salvation Army looks more prosperous than it does in oldc r states. Its band is moro attractive and sometimes plays n tune. It Ins dona great good by working among tho coachmen who gather, with their carriages, nbout tho entrunco to tho opera hotsc when wo play. Colonel William Litfhtfoot Vlsscher of Kentucky lived for somo years at Fairhaven ns an editor. Ho liked tho town very much, but his wifo thought it very crude, nnd sho missed her old friends a good deal, whilo tho genial colonel knew everybody in tho United Status, uud so was not lonesome. This is often tho case with popular men. They frequently pro-fe-r tho trlhuto oflauglitcr nnd'lionhomie down town to tho quiet evening nt home by tho fireside, reading from "Plutarch's Lives" nnd giving tho children their bath. , bell-cord- Jill TItn MAS AT THE WINDOW. So sho tried to get him to remain nl home nnd help her wear out tho dull evening, but ho had nil sorts of business engagements und meetings of tho chamber of commerco to meet down town. Ho belonged to several societies nlso, Including tho United Ked Men, tho Little Defenders nnd tho Fair Haven Oompah Oompah baud. Mrs. Vlsscher got him a billiard table nnd tho game of loto, from which keno was derived, butit was uot all theso he MtaxvaTOxassi.vmtuiaHLyix needed. It was tho littlo band of congenial souls who still remr'ned down towu. Sho lost heart nud gave It up. Tho plnco was ucw, and there were " 4 A rough characters abroad at night, nnd DCIf Elf DCD WE OUARA5TCE tbe CUBE j most invito liCfflCniDCIf and o our rcspomlbll- A. . Into ono eveahig Colonel yisscher came caxctunnvesUKatlon ua t Uyaudtbomorlta of our Tablet. liomcto J" '"lata big stono had been thrown l. . nili tho window, barely mlsMng his piano. Ilia wifo was in tears nnd begged him to move away from Fairhaven. "No," ho rnid, gottijig down his i;nr wnnnrmTn ninim r.nirmrmntrtcm and Grnnd Auny uniform. "L know UnUlthiJlUlljOO dllll IflUIUmillJ UHOll out nny effort on tUo part or who did it. It was ono of thoso brutel tliointlrnt,lij'tli(iujoof oar SPECIAL FORMULA QOLD CURB TABLETS, A FEW DiirlnK trcltmontratlcntfiiironllowril tho f reo uso of Liquor or Vor- I luivo assailed in 17.0" "paper. I will go pnmo mini siicn umonauii-- annii voiunmriiy Btvo mem up. otu an 1 1:111 him. I must do it. I canWo scml particulars nml pamphlet of testimonials f reo, and (hall meso uauim in comniunica- DOKinti lopjut-not bo driven out of thl.i town by theso uyinoiiiaoi our lAuun, assassins. Bo calm whilo I go out and from persons HILL'S TABLETS nro for salo by all vibstclass kill him. dear. You can look tho other dnilrtrUtMiit Bl.nfk nr-- li.icknirii. who havo been If yon i' ilriiKRlsldoea not thorn, cncloso us .OO way whilo I do it, and I will wash my nimwnwiii genu you, oy return man, u pacunKo oi our oured by the use of ham.a afterward bo that you will not bo Tublcta. Write your namo nnu naarcs plainly, and gtnto frightened." IIUIUM MVtIU(UU VI VUUhVV MU IWt Mill IIIVI Ho wait out nnd wns gono half nn DO NOT BD DECEIVED into pnrcnaalnjr hour without success, but when ho camo Tits onto Chemical co.t any in inn vnriuu!) uiiHiruuia iiiiititrn wing in ho found his wifo whito and speechDear mat I liavo been utlna your uiiuri-ijxhk jrxJULjJLj mm iur nun-- , ana lurno euro for tobacco habit, and found It would less. For n time ho could not bring her utuer. ioko J da what you claim for It. I uaed ten centa filially sho told him that a stono only by to", but Manufactured worth of tuoitronireatchowlnir tobacco a day. oy Rpmothing had crashed through tho and Irom one to flvo clirari: or I would amoke TIIIC from ten to lortyplpenof tobacco. Have chewed ho window of biu husband's room whilo yuura, and two packages and amoked for twenty-tlvCO. It. was away. OHIO CHEMICAL of your Tablet cured mo o I linvo no desire forAttcb. II. M. JAYLOUD, Leslie, Cautiously ho went In there, nofouttd Donna Feist. N. Y. 61, S3 & EG Optra Block, broken glass oil his carpet nnd a short Tnc Onto Chemical Co. : Gentlemen i Some time aso I sent piece of metal liko n bit of gas pipo for fl.ou wortli or your Tablets lor '4 ouacco iiaou. a received LIMA, OHIO. them til right nml, although I was both a heavy smokerand cuewor, closed at both ends nnd a cunning littlo they did tho work In than threoilays. I am cured rAivricuLAns Truly yours, MAT1IEW JOUKSON, .P.O.BOX 43. fuso nt tho end. 1'ITTSBTJROH, FA. Colonel Visacher's fnco grow palo. FREE. TnnOnioCnEMICAtCo.: Oehtlemek: It gives mo nlpanure to speak a Ihcy bat hand in hand during tho long, the use of word of nrulae for your ToblPts. My wra was strongly addicted toheavy and llminr.nnil tlirouuli n friend. I was led to try your Tubletn. Ho waa li dark night, nud in tho morning ho took coiiHtant drinker, but after using your Tablets but Ihrcudayshouultdrltiklng, Bold his houso. tho bomb to tho pollco nnd nnd will tint tnuch liouorofanv kind I havo waited four mouth beforo writing sours iruiy. you, In order to kuow the euro was permanent. Thoy went to Portlnud to live, and M1W. HELEN MORRISON. when they wero settled ono evening Cincinnati. Ohio. Mrs. Vlsscher camo tip to him, and rimTablets haro performedaralruclo in my case, Co Tne Ohio CnEMicAL I havo uaitl morphine, hypodennically, for seven years, and hvo been cured. by the uso .of ing her fingers through his clustering .. . MW MVI two puckuf,'v of your Tubluta, and without any effort on my part. liatr his hair that wits onco so flowing, jVdurcsM mi uruora to but now bo fled sho told him with a RESPONSIBLE tear how sho was tho assassin, and how WANTED AGENTS sho got tho plumber to make tho bomb Opora Bloqh. LIMA, OHIO. I. S3 and baking powder, (In writing clean mention this r for her and fill it with through his winso sho could throw it dow whilo ho wus down tho road at tho A popular song, like nn apartment Nous. TIlP ni:w vokk sun. house or n new hotel, must have "all And yet it is often oald that womon If you arc on the lookout for new modern improvements" if its duration have mi influence nnd that thoy nro expressions of a popular sort, you or prosperity is to be long, and the mere clay in tho hands of thoso they ' must have heard this one: "He got it chiel of the improvements is the addilovol O woman! woman!! woman!!! I fear where the chicken got the nx." It tion without number of new verses sayou nro n end dogr has been in use oi late, and it will not tirizing and parnphasing well known be long before all the variety nnd individuals or current events. Every some of the legitimate theaters will man whose expectations arc disaphelp to .spicad it, while in courts, sa- pointed or hopes frustrated may be loons, clubs and on cars it will se- said to "get it where the chicken got i:rryttilnB Una :i Vte. cure extensive circulation. the ax." The phrase has the right Thoy had boon married about n year i The genealogy of the expression is ring for one destined to become popuwero passing through their first nnd this: In most European countries the lar, and will, in all probability, be in Ho didn't want to take n hand, but'hla mode of execution hanging, guillo- heard more frequently in the future dear littlo wlfey vowed sho'd bo mlser-nbl- y tine garrote, or beheading disposes than it is now, until, indeed, it has unhappy if. ho did not, und so to maintain pcaco lio had put on his old of the victim through the most vul- run its course, which in the case of a nerable portion of his anatomy to slang expression in New York is clothes and was prodding uround nt various thlmrs. force the neck. It was so in this about six months. At thihiio of this writing ho was tryState until electricity was introduced ing to dh o o'picturo nail withutnek EterylKMly Wmilii to"Kill." ns the official method of execution. hammer. j That strange idiosincracy which IIo might na well trieil.to drivo a yoke-o- In most other American States hang- causes every man to believe that he steers with it Btraw. ' ing, cither as the lawful mode of cap- could edit a newspaper better than its disNaturally his 6therviso delightful ital punishment or by the interveneditor docs, has caught the attention position was rjifUod. and of course his tion of Judge Lynch, is still the ordi- of the editor of the Western Rhrorder, wife was t blnuic, "To get who writes as follows on the interest-But ho would not' qflurrfll with her. nary incthod ot execution. ' Ho was not that kind of n man. it in the neck" has been, therefore, a ing subject: "Mary," ho said, looking down nt her perfectly logical statement of summafrom tho top of tho ptophtddor and makIt is a curious phenomenon that so ing nn effort to appear calm, "will you ry injury or fatal disaster. The au- many men want to be editors, while bring mo ono of thoso biscuits you made thor of "Where the Chicken Got the if is true that editors are seldom popfor breakfast this morning?" Ax" (it is a song like McGinty's fall, ular. When any thing goes wrong - "Why, Horace," sho responded, looking McCloskey's overthrow or vo-.- tb r.t him the editor is blamed for not preventrit glv, "whatever do you Doom de-aand in that form will be- -' ing it. Men iancy the reason they want with it?" "I want to driv this confounded nail conic most popular) has improved on arc not more popular is because the with it," ho saw. "This hammer Is too that foundation, and constructed, so editors have failed to notice' and comJ to speak,a"ballad based on the truth." light to do any good ut all." mend them ns their merits deserved. Then ho laughed a raw, rank laugh litre is now me nrsr. verse goes: nnd staid up on tliotop of tho stcpladder "Iu the country once a farmer killed a "If only the papers had commented whero sho couldn't reach him. Detroit chicken with an ax, on that performance of mine, as they Free Pres3. Just by striking him a single little should have done, it would have made blow, Samples oMVU. noticed he took extra care to me a great reputation," a man says Shortly nfter tho death of tho illus- Dut I land upon his neck, to himself. He thinks if the editors trious philanthropist, Sir Moses Monte-fior- e. And the poor old rooster gave his had but treated him fairly he would Tho ttiturday Itevicw ended nn final crow; eulogistic notice of his life with, "Such have had a much better position than told the a career cannot bo crystallized into nn Then I quickly lie was n farmer that I the one he now holds. He therefore brute, thought epigram nor Hummed up in it bonmot." And I got so mad, I challenged him blames the editors and suspects them On this statement Punch felicitously to fight. of personal enmity to him. "This is commented "Yea. it can 'Bon Mo' Then he threw aside his ax antl said: not the first time they have slighted (Good Moses)." 'I'll give you fight enough!' "This." sayu Tho Nineteenth Century, When he made a rush and hit me me," he says to himself as Ids tem"13 worthy to rank with another of per, rises. all his might, Punch's happy puns." When Lord When, however, a man is helped by Itothschlld took his oath ns n peer, with And I got it where the chicken got the ax, his head reverently covered in nccord-nnc- o the papers, he does not give them Just because I made too many sassy credit. He takes all thecredit to himwith Jewish usago, that journal croaks; Buggctcd that ho should nssumo tho Dut Ins blow I failed to check, so it self. It was his.great abilities that Etjlennd title of Lord Hr.tton. landed on my neck, made his reputation and gave him his Jews, liko raistatf, have not only been Just exactly where the chicken got popularity. It was his merit alone "tho cause that wit is in other men," the ax." but they have flashed their humor uttho that secured this desirable position, C4pouso of their Gentile neighbors. Stanza second tells how a youthful etc. Men are ever looking around A dhlogno ovtrheard at tho Stock Ex- swititi fell in love with a handsome for somebody to blame, and editors change on n frosty .winter's day: "Mr. Moses, what would you adviso city damsel who was reputed possess- stand covenient, but men seldom or of great wealth. Soon after their look around for somebody to whom mo to buy today?" "Thermometers, of course. They nro marriage this interesting episode occredit may be given. They take to very low at present and nro Buro to rise." curred : to themselves all the credit within Youth's Companion. "When she told him she was wealthy reach. Editors get blamed for all the Brown gave up his job, I.o nt It Ik Interest. And the best'IIavnnas only would failures in the struggle for popularity "Young man.!' raid her father with and glory, and even by many who he smoker somo solemnity, "you do not seem to realize that you are asking mo to turn over Dut one night he went to touch her measurably succeed, but whose sucfor somc,cash,andthenshesaid: cess falls short of what they fancy to you a cxanddf rablu iwestmont a very 'Why, that story oi my wealth was considerable cash Investment, sir. I they deserved. Yes, it is rare that an paid ifTi.OOO'for her collcgo courso and all a joke.' Drown had got it where the chicken . editor is popular. Stop, reader, and $10,000 font Eurojicau trip, her first seagot the ax; son in society cost mo $3,000 more, nnd think over all the editors, secular now sho wnuts another $3,000 for tho Oi her past life then he learned and religious,, that you know of, and all this asido from what sho cost some funny facts. mo during her childhood. Perhnps it is She'd been married twice before; Jim- consider what a small proportion of wrong for mo to feel so, but if I had my Christmas! Brown was sore, them are popular, and then answer put that much money into anything else Eor he got it where the chicken got the question: Why do so many men yon would hardly, expect" the ax." want to be editors? Mr. Warner, in "Thnnk you for tho information, sir," , Dut Drown, the joyous Deucdict, traveling all over the land, said he interrupted tho Fuitor. springiugto his feet and grusping the old man's hand wns not the only man to experience found many men who were unable to cordially, "thank you. 1 find it impos- the disappointment of human conceit. subscribe for a paper, but he did not sible to keep tip tho Interest on bo lajgo Oh, dear, no! There was another in- find a man who was unable to edit n capital." And ho withdrew. Detroit dividual who suffered from the ax one. Tribune. treatment quite as bitterly, if not ns Coughing leads to Consumption. A Vnlco 1'rnui tho Tomb. Old Protcssor My young friend, let long: Kemp'sBalsam stops the cough at once. mo give you it word of ndvico. Bo kind 'I n a poker game I sat one night and to tho dull boys. 1'KIEMJN1IU. . thought I had a cinch Young Teacher Certainly, but if they With a countryman who lives at June 13. Farmers are very busy won't learn their lessons Jayville; now with their work. "Bo kind to them; pet' them: mako When he drew one card, said I, 'He's Eld. R. J. Brandon, who has had them your wnrmest frieuds." drawing for a flush." "But" And I saw my chance in case his the rheumatism for the pasttwo weeks, "No buts nbout it. Win their lovo if is up again. hand he'd fill; you can. Somo day in after years when Then from underneath the table I took Mrs. N. M. Drandon and Mrs. Vioyou aro ns old und Jiclpless ns I nm, you out four lovely jacks, la Westerfield visited Mrs. Lilly may need thonssistnncoof wealthy men." Where I had them laid away to Ralph Sunday. G. D. Malone and "Of courso, but" make a haul. "Well, tho dull boys aro tho ones that Then hebet tintil my cash wasout.iny family were the guests of T. D. Royget rich." Good News. diamond pin as well; al Sunday. P. F. Westerfield and And then, with a smile, I said I wife were the guests of Mrs. Sarah Tlio Height oriiiilliintry. guess I'll call. A very beautiful lady asked a gentleAnd I got it where the chicken got Luallcn Sunday. man: We have singing at the church evthe ax, "Will you show mo tho portrait of tho For, ot course, you know that aces ery Sunday at 9 o'clock a. iu. person you ndore?" they beat jacks; John Gregory and family have "That is imjiossiblo today, scnora, but And the jay contented sat, for he had moved tomorrow I will." back to Cloverport. four aces pat, And the noxt day ho presented her with G. D. Malone is building1 a house So I not it where the chicken got a costlv mirror. Noticiero Universal. for Wm. Farmer. the ax." Deatkice. otlW b.To of tlw house." I .' 3. .ATTORNEY AT LAW, HARTFORD, - - KENTUCKY. m O-lon- n Edwin Eowe -- J..0L!l. ' 6s Vs7"ed.ding,f . J, i, b. WSBDIXS. HARTFORD, KY. (Office, house-cleanin- orer AnJixnon'a lSarnnr.) Will pricllcci llielrrrof.iMlonliinlltliB court nml niljolnlnjr ooitntlM, ami court of Apnrala Ulna Special attention given to criminal nractica and CJllectlout, T2n?ily . Jarn.es -- Av. Smitto., Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice h! profession In Ohio ami ailjoln-In- g countirs, ami tho court of Appeals, bpecia attention given to collection. Office north ude public aquare. Til 71? E. D. OUFFY. Attorneys at Law. Will practlee In all courts of Ohio ami aillointng juntlcs, nml in Superior Court ami Court of Ap- lienln. wiiieciions anu nit legit business attended to, Office, Jio.MJE. Market stUartlord, Ky. Grtiffy 6s Kingo, B. I). KINGO. Ta-ra-- Periry Westerfield ATIORNEV AT LAW, JR. JR. "Weddingr, Attorney at Law, (Office in Crowder Building.) WW practlco lila profession la all th courts of Also Xotnry V. l2..B.ml ""VolnlnK counties. Public T2nliy 2m Zj. Heavxiaa, ATTORNEY AT LAJV, ' Will practice Ms profession In all tha Qoutta cl Ohio and adjoining counties, and In tha Court f Hartford, Ky. Sit. Appeals. Special attention siren to collection. Office, orer Williams, Bell A Co's drugstore. s. whit m dentist; OFFICE OVER RED FRONT, Is prepared to do all kinds of Dental tvorfc at reasonable prices. J , 83a-sho- i. --- AT Bfly & Qe J filKE A PLEASflirr .1 'II wmm mm rtiggsmi a rat rre cJl NtWAND ..'lf,A'?'"r i hu4 Jt.i raibi MY C0MPLSX ON 13 lea'ly cp tho stnn.arh, Imr !' ilJi"),Li.dijai;iwuuOri.itii'.- - ll.u dil.ik li htriis, and Is prtpmvii loruniaieulrM tiExr morning i eriph- ". " L., fR. and UUA1UU 1 V.'C'IMl.W P. l.,.,tlV, B0STU)lAII!TT. BEStUCUUII. WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. rnpircl.tr . iniiiiiiiimmjiHATl S S r .!sW le FOR 20 YEARS I I of finld Tablets XC$'jC 1 al K SOIil? EVERYWHERE. JUCIIAVBUI HEHCm tu st. tons. .1 Te' Quarterly Slnjle Copies, PcrTtar, . Boaad Volumes, andalfB.lihtol.li COc Ffagister of I ns $.C0 2.00 r aa.l "lssmifsilMiln.il rj to do .llio.jl.--U. WlNjllir, tdilor JoumUcf A timet, tn'l btshchi puUlrMton. I am Burn struck altli ilicvailftyuft.il I ml.irroatlo rou rata. a. to con lemc laid ina I a coiniia.4," J. G. SCHUKMAN, Coruill Umvciillv, lllua, N. . . For lit. tr ta line ItookulUrs Had Kcws Dcilcrs throufhout lh Worbl. who alto rriclva tuLrrfptions, cr will ba milled ilirei I to sir pile. In tlic r.nul Vol n oa receipt o( the, tvii-- far line;! eiilec and tiouud volumes. . ll buUcnj4l in. Jf rj. A! l'es la cry coamea .VK"'!.ailaausi-boowell . every tcldtntr Sod coll.ff.."- KIsilhR, Ticimtr Pen . wM.irtn.. .C1 " hi hl cann.r .n. TOW mmrt kr-c- A Hill's Tablets. ' CURnenT HlSTOrtV, i crnoir, hich.. u. a. A. i Harris Theater, LOUISVILLE, KY. Mrs. P. Harris, U. L. Britton aud T. F. Dean, M'g'ra and Prnpe, Tho only moileriily built Theater v in tho city. The only Theater playing first-cla- n attractions' at popular prices. Situated on West side of 4th nve., between Walnut and Green., ,t Prices 50c, 25c, 16o and 10c , ' . ' Tit ln i THE OHIO CHEMICAL CO.. ku rhyslcInlH tui mmnciiA It. All dealers ec,ut.l..Ol,itfrliot.le. Ocnulas t'.o llroirn'a i'os msi'ursiA I nm lllttcnu V eYvJ kai il.. I t -' "u ! V ' '" : ; . niMntii Hartford Republican rUBMSIir.l) UVKltY l'ltlDAY MOItNINO. Not since thu shooting ol President passed Garfield has Washington Killlor utiil Proprietor through n week ol sensational exJO. B. HOUERH, The citement ns that just passed. FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1893. awful calamity in Kord's old Theatre, where President Lincoln was killed, Wl AKli AUTHOIUZHI) TO ANKOUNCU by which twenty-on- e men lost their DAN P. TRACY lives and sixty-eigh- t were wounded, As n candidate for State Senator from sent a thrilling chill of horror through Akti:k a long nnd exciting trial, the 8th Senatorial District, subject to Lizzie Borden litis been declared every one, which has since been inten"not the action of the Republican party. sified by the belief that it was directly in tho case, and guilty" by the jury caused by the carelessness and neglithus an innocent but much abused Hon. J. Proctoh Knott has degence of one man, and that man's girl goes tree of tho crimo of tho clined the Mission to Hawaii. actions have incieascd rather than murder of her parents, with which diminished that belief. The man reBen Riikiely, the bright young she was charged. The name of Lizzie ferred to is Col. Ainsworth, who is in editor of the Louisville Sunday Trulh, Borden is known in every home from charge of the Records nnd Pension lias been appointed Consul to Gcnova, Mnino to California, und office of the War department, which of tho people will noto with approbaSwitzerland. occupied the wrecked building. Owtion, even joy, tho victory of innoing to his nppcarance at the Coroner's The present Legislature has abund-antl- y cence over craft and crime. inquest accompanied by a lawyer nnd demonstrated the fact that the attempting to intimidate his clerks While the town needs cleaning Democratic party is incapable of sue who had been summoned to testify he administering the Stato Gov- up in a sanitary way there is another cessiully made a very narrow escape from beernment. The people will remember way in which it needs cleaning badly ing lynched. lie, next caused a and that is the matter of Blind Tigers. horse. this. sensation by appealing to the courts g It is n disgraco to the town that for a mandamus, which was refused Kentucky Noliool .Mouc.v. . negro scoundrels are permitted "It is an ill wind that blows nohim, to compel tho Coronet to allow COimiHK JOURNAL. body good," the maxim says, and to run their dives day and night in It is not likely that the State of him nnd his laws cr to while it is true the 'present Legislagross violation of law, and it is nono Kentucky will fail to pay the October the witnesses, thus acknowledging ture has indirectly, by along and use tho less a shaniq that men, white-skinn- schooldraft by the time the money is his fear of the evidence to be given less session, really pilfered the Treas-- . and sensible, claiming to float due the teachers. We have had scares jury. Owing lovi legal technicaliury, it is to be set down to their credat the top of the social pot, should al- of that sort regularly forso long n time ty, hi ought out by Ins application it that they have driven many a nail so bo permitted to commit violations that we have learned to discount the the action of the Corunor'ti jury durof Democratic rule equally flagrant. In neither case is prophecy of evil. Yet if it should ing its Irst four days sitting was deinto the coftin-liin Kentucky. there tho shadow of an excuse. A happen and it is by no means im- clared void by the court, and yesterhorse-whi- p possible that the draft upon' the day the inquiry had to be started for the It would have been progress, ad- worthless negroes and an effectivo school fund to meet the ordinary, or fresh. An army court of inquiry will vancement, a long stride forward to boycot for tho business (?) men, who in this case the extraordinary, run- also investigate, but not until after ' move the Capital to Louisville, and are selling whisky would have a salu- ning expenses of the State continues the Coroner's inquest is concluded. hence the Democratic Legislature The intense excitement has been so long ast to cripple the fund and tary effect. le'ave it impaired at the time when beneficial in a pecuniary fcusc to the the measure. Such a thing as progress has never been imputed to The race for the Republican nomi- the money is due the teachers, then families ol the victims. It has kept the Democracy of Kentucky, and nation for the Senate in this District the people of the State should see to the matter before the public constantsurely they would not ruin their rec- h on. The custom has been for tho it, not only that those officials respon- ly, thus adding largely to the subord now. counties in rotation to choose the can- sible for such a waste of revenue be scriptions to the the popular fund for didate. In 1385 Ohio chose Dr. given a permanent hold on private their assistance, which now amounts After the exercises by Beaver Meador, who was nominated by the life, but that abarrieris ctectedstrong to $30,000 nnd is still growing. enough to effectually prevent any Nearly every one of the killed left High School Thursday and Friday District Convention; in 1887 it was (such encroachment upon the school dependent families. nights what further evidence do the Muhlenberg's turn aud she named tho fund in the future. Borrowing idle It is remarkable how prone the good people need that they should esgallant Lewis Jones, who was nomi money from one fund for the benefit Democrats are to do things for which tablish a Graded School? The school nated by tho District Convention; in of another is a convenience not to be they have for years abused the bos been a marked success, now make 1889 it was Butler's turn and she abused at the expense of the worst 1'or instance, it is stated it a permanent institution of the named her favorite son, John W. paid yet the most deserving band of at the Navy department that theU. S. town, and Beaver Dam will have a Martin, who, also, was unanimously laborers in the State. The State should S. Dolphin has been at school second to few in this part of nominated by the District Convention. take no chances on being unable to the New York navy yard, in order the State. It is again Ohio county's time to meet the school claims when due. that she may be put in thorough orUnless there is absolute certainty der, as she is to be placed at Mr. TnE Commencement Exercises of name tho man who shall be nominated and elected to represent the peo- of its repayment in ample season, Cleveland's personal dispos.il during Beaver Dam School last Thursday and he at lus Hu..ird's Friday nights were very successful. ple nf the three great counties of Butt money should not be borrowed from the tints bpsu Personthe school fund unless there is a sur- Bay cottage this summer. The work Thursday night, under the ler, Muhlenberg and Ohio, and from plus above the amount needed for the ally your correspondent believes it to management of Miss Dora . Gibson, among so many eminent Republicans be perfectly right that the President tho best man for the place will be next school draft. But it is not likeThe drills were perwas excellent. ly that the delay in collec'.ing revenue of the United States should have a fect and all the parts were up to a chosen. It has not yet been deterthis year will continue so long as to Government vessel placed at his disvery high standard. The feature of mined whether the choice of Ohio cause any inconvenience of this kind. posal whenever he travels by water county will be determined by a Pritho evening was tho monument exadds a dignity to his movements that T.VYI.dll MZ.MX. ercises, Christ Man's Refuge, de- mary Election or by a Convention. This little town was in n glee on is in keipiug with the exalted office signed and perfected by Miss Gibson When you go to the World's Fair last Saturday. The eoloted people lie holds and it really costs nothing herself. Tho, finales by Prof. Ray's you should have some definite idea of gave a picnic and we had a goodly extra to the Government, as the vesRhetoric Class Friday night wero crew have to b; maintained tho places of interest you will visit be- number from Hattford and among sel and very fine and reflected credit on both anyway, but the Democrats have as them were two women, to whom the sides the exhibits to which your ticka rule tiken, or pretende 1 to take, an teacher and pupils. et to the grounds admits you. It is change of water, fresh air aud lack of We opposite view. intelligence brought a fight. The boys who were guilty of tho true that you might spend wceks.eveu An plsJj made by failed to get their names. After the misbehavior at Beaver Dam Thursday months, in seeing tho things to be battle-groun- d Chainmn Harrity, of the National had been cleared, Col. night during the school exercises so seen in the various buildings which S. R. Wedding, that rising young Democratic Committee, was cancelare free, but there are other things J. far as we know were not residents of lawyer, made his appearance and was led when Mr. Cleveland this week Beaver Dam, but it makes little dif- of interest which you cannot afford to met and made welcome. He made n appointed Daniel R. Murphy U. S. ference who they wero or where they miss. A guide, which can be pur- fine speech on the subject: "1'rogres District Attorney for Oregon, in spite were from, they should have been chased for a trifle, will give you an of the Xegro Race." He said if a ne- of hundreds of Democrats protests placed under arrest and removed index to all the various shows, for gro was refined and educated he would from that State. Murphy was Chairfrom the hall. If tho good men who which an admission ot from teu to make a good citizen, but not refined man of the Democratic State commitcents will bo charged. and uneducated he was no man at all. tee of Oregon during the last camare the futhers of three of theso . boys twenty-fi- ve paign and the work he did was to Hurrah, Wedding! who were mest conspicuous could have The Cliff Dweller Exhibit, the Esquithrow the Democratic vote to the We met Mr. Jo. U. Rogers in our seen their progeny as others saw them mau Vallage in the Fair Grounds and the Chinese, Algerian, little town last week. While here he Weaver Klectors, although the entire that night they would cither have proper, Democratic State ticket had to be sacTurkish and Egyptian Theatres, went through the mines. dressed them up with a good-size- d rificed to do it. Vienna.Ha-genbac- k The miners here are on a strike. persimmon sprout or else sent them to Street in Cairo, Street iu Col. A. I.. Conger, for some years Animal Show, Bernese Alps, Nut coal has heretofore been thiitv- school of reform. If these young a Ohio's member of the National Com five cents at the tip. The Company jays cannot act with decency in public Kilauea, Moorish Palace, Arabian mittee, brings good news from that Palace nud others iu tho Midway now demands thirty cents advance they should sneak nway and hang lie says: "All differences miners want the price State. Plaisance. Bo sure to see the Wild per load. The among Ohio Republicans have been themselves. cents. These West Show. In the city it will be to stand at thirty-fiv- e and every element of the things bring about a split between forgotten been The announcement of Hon. D. F. worth your time to visit the Auditounited on McKinley, party has and men. Gardens Tracy as a candidate for the Senate rium and Masonic Temple Buildings, the Company and I believe he will beagain elected." from this Senatorial District, com- The Panorama of Gettysburg, The are good, water is plentiful nnd the Secretary Morton isn't inclined to miners say that times are good with posed of the counties of Butler, Muh. Chicago Fire and Tatterstalls Militagive the Cabinet of which he is a them, and the Company is resting lenberg aud Ohio, was handed in too ry Display, A trip to Chicago would member any credit for the slight imeasy. May God bless us all. provement iu the financial outlook, late for editorial notice last week. nott be complete without seeing"Amer-ica,- " X. II. which is this week perceptible. He Mr. Tracy is an old soldier, a member the great spectacle at the AudiArc You Xfrioiiv, thinks it is all owing to the fall in of the G. A. R. and a life long Re- torium. But,. in tho language of a Are you all tired out, doyou have that the price of wheat, aud says: "It publican. His candidacy will be contoraporay, "There aro some things tired feeling orsick heacachc. Yon can would seem that we have reached lie hailed with delight by his many en- in Chicago you will be fully as well be relieved of all these symptoms by price at which foreign markets will thusiastic friends and supporters over off by letting severely alone. Among taking Hood.s Sarsaparilla, which purchabc our wheat and it is now the District, who will enter with zeal theatres avoid McYickers and tho gives ucrve.nientaland bodilystrength going abroad. Instead, therefore of into the fight for his nomination by Chicago Opera House, and iu transand thoroughly purifies the blood. It of gold shipments, there will be no the Republican Convention and his portation you will doubtless be hap- also creates a good appetite, cures inexchange for cereals and the financial triumphant election at the polls. He pier by paying no attention to the In digestion, heartburn and dyspepsia. problem will be easier." is a good man, and if chosen to rep- tramural inside tho Railway Congressman Wilson, of West VirginHood's riu.s are easy to take, easyiu resent tha people will do so with cred- grounds." action and sure in effect. 25 cents a ia, who iscredited by many with being it to himself and constituency. Mr. Cleveland, s mouthpiece whenever One of Hartford's worthy livery- box. he wishes to kound public sentiment, to Democratic proclivities of men last Saturday made a departure, True ii:i.i.vii.m:. has just given, while pretending to advancing backward tho Democratic which, if followed by all tho livery June 14. Dr. Hayncs, of Whites-villspeak in its favor.State bank currency Legislature refused tho $1,000,000 men closely, would eflecta very much was here yesterday. black-eye- , aud now thequestiou is will a Mr. Hocker, of Hawesville, subscribed by the city of Louisville needed reform. On tho day named being asked, "did he doit purposely, of tho Capital from a colored picnic woh held at Taylor get the school here. for the removal y W. A. Brown, of the firm of W. A. nnd at Mr. Clevelandsrequest?"Itccr-tainlWhen the Mines, nnd tho colored people patronFrankfort to that city. looks that way. lie was speakBrown & Son, died Monday and was people come to payiug for the new ized tho livery stables here heavily. ing of the probability of a repeal of State Building, hood a necessity, they A proprietor of one ot the stables was buried yesterday. His funeral was the 10 per cent tax 011 state bank curI?. Bruncr. will again havo abundant causo for ou tho picnic grounds when one of his preached by Rev. R. Mr. Kditor, we think you have the rency, when he said "I donotbelieve One reason why a Leg- horses was driven in all wet aud pantcomplaint, that it would be a dangerous experibest county paper coming to this islature always dies as soon as it gets ing for breath, showing that ho had ment. Their notes would not be a leSlJIIASTIAN. J. Tho livto Frankfort, and remains dead the becu driven unmercifully, gal tender, nnd no one would be comFourth or July '.xt'iirnloim rest of its natural life, is because it ery man very promptly informed tho pelled to iicccpt them unless they Via the Newport News and Mississipso desired. Could a stronger arguassembles in a town that is devoid of youngsters that thoy could make some pi Valley Company, Ohio Valley ment be presented against such curenergy aud hustlo and is itself eter- other arrangements about coming Railway, nnd Owensboro, Falls of rency? What man wants to be paid in nally and everlastingly dead. Life home, that they could not drive that Rou&h and Green River Railroad. money that he may or may not be horso back to Hartford under any begets life aud death, death. Tickets will be sold July 2, 3 nnd 4, able to pay his own debts with? consideratioiis,aud after tho horso had Hon. J. D. Powers was appointed rested up so as to stand tho drive, he good returning until July 7, nt the Collector of the Owensboro District sent him back to town, leaving tho rate of one nnd one third fare for the vm:.sti:i:i'i:m. information Monday, and tho hungry Democrats darkies to get nway as best they round trip. All further June 19. The farmers of this vicinfurnished on application to any agent ity are making use of the dry weather from all over the counties urc could. Wo should like to say this is of the above Companies. by cleaning out their crops. pouring in upon him by the a step in tho right direction. Tho Mr. W. J, Martin and wife aud Mrs. satisPoor Powers will bo powerless to next stop is for Hartford's livery men Joseph Chapman nttended Quarterly fy the huugry horde that arc to havo a plain and perfect undermeeting at Pleasant Ridge Saturday. ing at his heels. Doubtless beforo it's standing and agree among themselves Several persons nttended the closing over ho will call upou tho mountains to treat every hard driver in the exercises of Pleasant Ridge Select aud tho Sam Jones Tabernacle to fall same or u similar manner. It Is School last Friday night from this vihim from nothing uncommon to seo a horso hide on him aud cinity. view. Wo ure not informed as to how come into either stable almost dead Rev. D Iv. Yeiser filled his regular huugry the Ohio couuty contingent from bard driving, and that, too, appointment nt Bell's Run the 10th is, but suffice it to say thoy have been without cause. This promiscuous und nth, which closed his pastoral whetting their appetites much and horso killing gait indulged in by a work at this place. By his earnest class who say: "O, well, he's a livery long for tho pio that baugs so temptwork he has won many friends, nud ingly uenr, Sail in, boys, and eujoy horse," or"tuero'll be horses when I'm greatly strengthened the church. Rev. yourselves, for it's tho last chance dead and gone," ncedB to be nipped & B, 1 Jenkins was called to the care you'll havo for at least a quarter ot a in tho bud. It is cruel, mercilcss,un-christiaBeaver Dam, Ky. of the church, and will probably not brutal and tho chances aro century. h ninc-tcuttis over-workelow-fluncross-questioed d ed d t ante-electio- n e, e. car-loa- d. Tin: Hon. John W. Lewis, ol Springfield, has accepted an invitation to attend the Itciitiioti hero on the Fourth. Ho is the peer of any man in Kentucky and those who delight in patriotic eloquence should be on hand to hear the grcut orator. Mr. Lewis has many fiicnds in tho county nnd will receive n warm welcome. that those whoindulgo in it will lie building fires of brimstouo when the work of the gold horec-llosthey have driven to death will be remembered. Tho liverymen have it in their power to stop this. They should boycot tho hard drivers, white nnd black Now, it may sometimes bo necessary to drive a horso hard, ot course, but it is tho exception, not tho rule, and wo supposo no liveryman in such n case would seriously object, but this thing nf continually making a horso do in one hour what ho should only bo called upon to do in two is mcau, and a man of fine moral sentiments will not do it. God watches tho sparrow fall iiml ho also sees tho treatment man bestows upon his best and most faithful servaut tho horfc. If tho laws were more stringent and more rigidly enforced, the abuse would full away in a goodly measure. Down with the merciless driver and up with tho d rights of the but faithful WASHINGTON. begin his work until the latter part ol the summer. The school nt the Moscly District, which has been under the careof your humble scribe, closed last Friday. Quite a number of patrons and visitors honored us with their presence. The evening was spent with recitations from the pupils, after which Prof. J. I. Klmorc addressed the crowd, subject: "The Peculiarities of Man," which was well discussed We shall ever remember the kind nnd generous hospitality of the people of Don Juan. that place. How is This? Wo will for tho next 30 days sell the best Patent Flour at S4.75 per ba'l. Buy your Flour while it is cheap. D. J.COLEMANfe C(). Reaver Dam, Ky. Mr. aeoroe Smith Uralde, Texas. TOWN TATTLER. No little nmuscnt was caused on the streets Friday evening by a play among the dogs, in which the beau- SHAKESPEARE Wht Mr. Smith Think. tiful gtcyhound, Lengthy, of G. R. Would Ht. Newman's was the centerotnttnetion. Said About Hood's Sarsaparilla He would run and dodgenboutamoug "Had Shakeipwe lived here nnd suffered m IMPORTANT! his doen or more pursuers, now' outI have, t think ho would hate snld, Throw I will be ntCiomwell June the 20th, nway all medicine except Hood's Sarsapo. by n sudden burst of stripping them rllla. A an l'nclhtiman, coming to thlt to remain only a short time will be speed and now jumping over three or climate, 1 have felt tlio licut very much. In tlioMriiiKl felt nil! 1 had nil tho rare and four of them, never for ouce allowing prepared todonlt kinds of Photograph anxiety ol America on my mind. 1 cot mm bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla nnd nttcr 1 had himself caught, though the slower work. I make a speciality of Cabinet taken It 1 felt ni It 1 could undertake. quadrupeds were endeavoring to hem Tha President's Duties. Photos. I use the instantaneous prohim iu on all sides. The speed nnd lASt month I luid n return ol prickly hcati It cess for making baby pictures. You seemed Impossible to stand up or lie down action ol the dogs called the greywithout almost tearing myself to pieces. I will find me located in an elegant hound is something wonderful to be- then lint one moro liottle nnd It has not only cured tho heat hut I bcllcvo It put my hlood Photograph Car. A. I). Tavi.oh. hold. I II. SKND twelve cents iu postage stamps to 39 Corcoran Ihtlldlng.Wn.sh- -' ington, I). C, nnd you will receive four copies of Kate Field's Washington, containing matter of special interest. Give name and address, nnd where you saw this advertisement, ly Not long ago two strangers were traveling along together toward the ' Stranger No. 1 same destination. was in n buggy stranger No. 2 was on horse back. They journeyed nlong a mile or more when it began raining nnd No. 2 asked No. 1 if he would like to drive under a stable shed a little distance ahead and being answered in the affirmative rode rapidly on, got down off his horse, opened the gate aud stood there in the rain waiting for No. 1 to come up and drive in. No. 2 closed the gate after No. 1 aud then led his horse to the shed. While at theshelter No. s arranged his buggy curtains and so that when a new start was made niter the rain slackened he was prepared to keep as dry as u powder house. While it was still raining they started on, No. 2 walking out to the gate, opening it and remaining standing iu the falling rain while No. drove merrily out of the gate with a pleasant, "Thank you," never once offering, however, the umbrella . No. 2 that lay unused in the said nothing, but it is unnecessary to ; remark that hedid some tall thinking. I Any body cm thank with words, but .1 thank coupled with action is the bet evidence of sincerety. j 1 lap-rug1 bue-p-y- Hood'sSCures Hood's Pills Ire In good condition, t advise nil to tako Hood's Sarsaparilla In tho spring and fall." (Ieoiuik Smith, Uvalde, Texas. Tax Notice. Your taxes for the year of 1893 are now due and unpaid, and as euro Nausea, sick Headache, Indigestion, lllllousucss. Hold by all druggists. rebuilds the ytcin,nldi digestion, removes bile. multure lualsrU. tic tlioKi'iiulnu. ' broVen down from overwork or household Drown'. Matif Persons Iron Hitters I have been delay- The most intelligent people of our community recognize in DeWitt's Little Kariy Risers pills ofunequalcd merit for dyspepsia, headache nnd constipation. Very small, perfect iu action. L. II. IU.mii. ly Your I.iiiiii- - lliirk. And the painful torture in joints nnd muscW is nothing but Rheumatism. Nothing but Rheumatism kills people. Nothing like Drummoud's Lightning Remedy for speedy relief and quick cure. One trial will convince anyone that it is a wonderful preparation. Accept nothing in its place, for nothing else will do its work. It should lc sold by nil druggists who take pride iu keeping themselves abieast with recent discoveries in medicine. For full particulars, testimonials, etc., write to the Drum-mon- d Medicine Co., 4S.50 Maii'en ed in the collection of same for more than sixty days, owing to the change in the time of assessment, I will expect and must insist that you call on moor my deputies and settle at once. The short time I have to collect and meet the settlements with the State and r "There is a salve forevery wound." We refer to DeWitt's Witch Hazel Not manymonthsngo theliandsomc Salve, cures burns, bruises, cuts, inlittle lady, Miss I.ula Milligau, pre- dolent sores, as.n local application in e sided at the Hartford to the he nostrils it cures catarrh, nnd' aldelight and satisfaction of everybody, ways cures piles. L. II. Ilcau. then she got married. Then came another of Hartford's favorite ladies, hrnt Tlirrvliluir. Miss Adah Baird to take charge of I take this method of informing the affairs and make things sunny about people of the .southern part of the Uncle Sam's mail window, and now county that I am letter than cA'cr it is said that Miss Adah is going to prepared to dotheirthrcshing, having quit the office, and the result is purchased of Taylor & Co., of Heavevery young lady in Hnrtford of er Dam, a new Aultman-Taylo- r age has applied to Post- Thresher. I have also purchased a master Griffin for the vacant place. new Traction Hugiuc aud will run I understand the matter has been demy thresher hereafter by steam. finitely settled and Miss Rachie Thanking the people for their very will disperse her beaming liberal patronage of the past seven or smiles upon the weary business man, eight years and hoping for n continwho reluctantly calls for the letters, uance of the same, lain, Resp'y, two thirds of which he knows will V.. !;. Koc.i:i(S. contain a bill marked, "please remit." Prentis, Ky. Post-officmar-riagab- le San-derfur count v. will necessi-tat- e promptness on your part. So please don't delay, but pay your tax at once. This, Tune 13, 1893. J. I. Stevens, For Sale! Sheriff Ohio Co. good secondhand piano, cheap for cash. Apply at A this office. Statement of the Condition or Tin: It is an crrortosupposethat Drunkenness, Morphine and Tobacco Habit cannot be cured. The Double Chloride of Gold is known to be a positive antidote for these habits or ratller diseases, and the wonderful cures effected through its ngency have given the remedy a national reputation. Until recently, the "Gold Treatment" was only given at expensive sanitariums, but at the present time it can be had s (druggist. Hill's of any Chloride of Gold Tablets are guaranteed to cure any case of Drunkenness, Morphine or Tobacco Habit, and no effort whatever is required from the person taking them. The use of To bacco, Liquor or the Drug is permitted until such time as they are voluntarily given up. These Tablets may also be given without the knowledge of the patient, and a permanent cure is sure to follow their use. The price of the Tablets $1.00 certainly places them within the reach of all. If your druggist does not keep them write for full particulars to the Ohio Chemical Co., Lima, Ohio. fr first-clas- Piles can be cured, piles will be cured, piles arc cured with DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. An excellent remedy forallskindiseascs. L.R.Hcan. Fill la. II Harris & Iluquo, Krin, Tcnn., manufactures of the celebrated Krin Lime, have in their employ iu the various departments of their business, several hundred men. The firm writes to the Drummond Medicine Company, Maiden Lane, New York, iu great praise of Drummoud's Lightning Remedy for Rheumatism, nud say they have cured fourcases with it, and that they have not failed iu n single instance. The remedy always gives satisfaction. If your druggist cannot furnish it, write to the Drum0 mond Medicine, Co', Maiden Lane, New York, nnd the medicine will be sent to your address. Agents wanted. 48-5- 0 48-5- .er At i lif OK 'lo ol llunhiMt., 7, 1NI)3. Jnn-nnr- y KUSOIJRCKS. 870,911.82 .1,000.0') ... . . Dills discounted Heal estate Furniture and fixtures. Honda nud Dank Stock Debts in suit Cash on hand Cash in other Danks 1,000.00 1,341.07 14,117.78 n.L'SO.OS1 8108,305.49 LIADILITIKS. Capital stock 830,000.00 Deposits 72,480.85 Dividends unpaid 1,144.00 Duo other Danks 4.30 Discount and Exchange.. 4I3.01 Undivided Profits 4,340.73 A'ullrc I'roliilillloiilafH, The Prohibitionists of the Fourth Congressional District will meet in Convention in the Court House in lvlizabethtown on July the 4th, begin-in- g promptly nt 2:30 p, m. Come nnd let us do something for Prohibition, the only friend ofhumauity, nnd the only existing foe of the liquor traffic, that thrawls the future of our boys nud girls, degrades the nation, and causes a greater carnage than either pestilence or famine. W. M. Likisns, Ch'm'n. It is a truth in medicine that the . 8108,305.49 smallest dose that performs a cure is the best. DeWitt's Little Knrly RisA dividend of $4.00 per share is ers are the smallest pills, will perforin npw due and payable on demand, the cure, and arc the best. L.D.Uean. K. Cox, PllKSIDKNT. d. ENTERPRISE HOTEL, How is This? We will for the next 30 days sell the Aollco. The Executive Committee of the People's Party, of Ohio county, are requested to meet at Hartford on Saturday, July the 8th, at 1 o'clock p. iu., as important business will come before that body. Let us have a full attendance. . F. W. Piuti.15, Ch'm'n. V. G. Fur.Ki?nsoN, Sec'y. Wool Cimlliijr. To those who have wool to be made into rolls, I will say that my carding machine is 111 perfect condition and is doing excellent work. I have a first-clas- s man in charge and respectfully solicit your patronage. best Patent Flour at $4.75 per ba'l. Buy your Flour while it is cheap. D. J. Coleman f JOHN SEARCY, Proprietor. Nos. 234 to 242 J. V. Ragland. Rosine, Ky., June 21, 1893, East Market Street, Between Brook and Flojil Streets DAY n, Co. Mr. H. C. Leach and family, of THE BEST $1,00 PER the Rosine country, will accept thanks for their kind entertainment. IjOtHw-vllle- , HOTEL IN THE CITY OR STATE. K.exrtru.ols.sr. , ' frffl i A GET RID & Co.'s For ii loo fruits call on Stevens & Collins. tiocNl't delivered to any p rt of town by Stevens & Collins. PERSONAL Rev.' 12. 1. Pate nud sous went to Hnwesville Wednesday. Prof. S P. Render, Dallas, Texas, is the guest of his parents. Miss Nora Maddox, of McIIenry, is visiting Miss Tillle Burton. E. T. Williams went to Owcnsboro Tuesday, returning Wednesday. F. L. Felix and family spent Sunday visiting relatives nt McIIenry. Attorney M, L tlcavrin went to RosineTuesday returning Wednesday. Leiu McIIenry, who it was thought had typhoid fevei, is recovering. Dr. J. 11. Foster nnd wile.Rochestcr, nre nt the Hartford House for a few days. Profs Win. and Richard Foster are expected ho:na from Nashville tomorrow. Rev. J. C. Buchanan relumed Saturday froninscver.il days trip to Grayson county. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Caselner spent Saturday and Sunday with friends in Mtihlenburg county. Rufus Williams, of Hefliu, is at the Ilnrtlord House under the treatment of Dr. J. ?. Pendleton. Miss May Rogers, of the Liberty neighborhood, is the guest of her brother, Jo. B. Rogers. W. W. Martin, the able and gentlemanly editor oftheTale of Two Cities, was in town this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Westerfield and Mrs. Jennie Mosely, Pleasant Ridge, were in the city Wednesday. Hon. E. D. Gully and wife, after spending n week at the World's Fair, returned home Wednesday, Mrs. Rebecca Vnught returned Monday from Hopkinsville, where she had been spending several days. Master Douglas Felix, who was so dangerously sick of membranous croup the first of the week, has almost rceo cred. Miss Mattie Walker, of Hartford, is the guest of her sister, Miss Lula Walker, this week. Kentucky Republican. Rev Y. F. Harnett, who has been spending the past month visiting friends and relatives 111 and near town, left Sunday night for his home in Richland Springs, Texas. T. J. Smith, L. P. Loney, J. B. Wilson, J.S. Field, Steve May and Win. Lyon are only a few of Ohio county's unterrified, who are in Owcnsboro on the hunt of pie. DO YOUKNOW That Owen Thomas is lojkiug sad? A. C. Yeiser is the campion race rider? That Tom Morton is looking somewhat better? That Will Fair and Jim Smith are still courting. That Lee Mills was "out o' sight" Sunday night? "Why Gabe Likens only ride on one street on his bicycle? That the Rupuiimcvn is growing in popularity every week. That Bud Edmonson will soon go into the blacksmith businss? Thnt Fred Taylor is the champion wax "clmwer" of Beaver Dam? That the fishing party Tues Jay evening got gloriously rained on? That John Vaught kept saying "law 111c," last Thursday night? That Dr. Rattlehead doesn't like the looks of the Water Mill? Tho Grentest Novelty for Farmers, known as tho "Wnbblo Geared" That Henry Carson and Sam Anderson went fishing Tuesday evening? Machine, stands nt the head for Durability, Convenience, Light Draft, Ac. That Bro. Pate's horsetricd to swalSome important reasons why a farmer should buy tho Champion: low himself backward, not long ngo? Why Dr. Pirtle sends a certain 1. Less gearing nnd less joints to wear and work loose than on other young lady to the store to buy thread? mowers. That U. C. Barnett says he did not 2. Wear or waste motion, whether in journals or gears, easily walk from Fordsvillc, but "hoofed'.' taken up1. it? 3. It is most substantial and durable. That, with the little girls, Dr. Pir4. The only mower that the bar will fold down as well as up. tle is the "onliest" young man in 5. The only mower on which the knife will run when the bar is ulaced town? in an upright position. Why Lee Mills wants to take a 6. There are no clutches or springs to get out of order. walk every evening in a certain di7. The arm gives motion to the knife without n single joint between the rection? That A. D. White will have one of gear and pitman. 8. It is the only mower on which lost motion can be taken up without the nicest stores in town when he opens up? getting new parts. That Bud Edmonson always smiles 9. The oscillating gear moves only of an inch on its bear'when a certain young lad comes ings at each throw of the knife. tradintr nt Kahns? 10. It has no frame hanging down to come in contact with obstructions. That the wedding predicted in 11. The pitman has no swaying motion, but moves in a straight line. in these columns a few weeks ago 12. It is is a wide tread, light draft, powerful and easy cutter. will soon be a reality? That Fred Baruch says that Perry Come and see us before buying. We can save you money ou Machines Cascbier is the smartest young man and Rakes. We get them both in car lots and are ready to do better by you in town, "who laughs." Why a certain young lady refuses than others can. to be comforted since and has faded from sight? That John Moore and Jesse Bean went to Beaver Dam last Thursday night on their bicycles? That Sam Casebier and his alarm clock got mixed last week, and as a result the clock has been laid up for ' repairs? town in Ohio county That a little is known by all these appellations: Arnold, Havens, Mt. Liberty, Sceam-iHill and Boogerville? That it is always Hartford's good fortune to have pretty and the new one is far from being an exception to that rule? That a certain young lady in Hartford attended church not long ago, and afterward asked the minister what he preached about? That you can see a long, lank, lithe and lonesome lord, wending his way lQ'eT7-e- r to the south-easter- n part of town ' about three times a week? That Steve May is the right man in the right place, as Chairman' of the Committee on Arrangements for the Soldiers Reunion, on July the 4th. That Stevens & Collins nre headquarters fot milk shake nud lcnionnde. The remainder of Fair Bros. SPRING AND SUMMER Miss Emma U.irnes, Heaver Dam's new took chaise of the ofllce Tuesday. Tost-mistres- 'STOCK We nre the leaders in confectioneries, fruits and groceries Sri;vujs & Com.ish. The following marriage license have been issued since our last report: J. W. McConncll to Lula Fulkcrso 1, C. L. Brown to Jennie Mullock. W T. Ren (row to Mary Jane Goiinun, V. T. Ilib'ly to 1'tUUsn York. Must be moved to make room for their FALL AND WINTER PURCHASES We would advise all our friends and customers to take advantage of Miss Kate Cootnbes will treat I le Primary Class ol Hartford College to a picknicking party Mrs. Alice Harnett nnd Miss Lida Walker, whose Sunday School classes nre made up of the Primary children, will also be with them. The start will be mule from the Maptist Church. Ab. Yeiser, while race horse, practicing the "Simon," on the track at Our Annual Clearance Saie And lay in your Challics, Ginghams, Plain and Fancy India Linens, Dimities, Laces, ftibbons. Millinery, Summer Weight Clothing, Slippers, in iact, all the Fair Ground yesterday, was seriously hurt. The horse became unmanageable mid ran into a team hitched to a road scraper, which was being used on the track. Mr. Yeiser was thrown violently over the horses, breaking out two teeth, cutting ngash over his right eye, bruising his nose and right knee. Dr. J. T. Miller was called nnd dressed the wounds nnd Ab. was out 011 the street later. The colored people of Taylor Mines have been nt work since the first of last October on 11 new secret organisation called the Samaritan Temple. It is a benevolent order regularly organized nnd incorporated under the laws of the State. Thomas Jewell and others have been very nctivc in the work nnd the lodge is now nbout ready to begin missionniy work. A lodge is now at work at Taylor Mines, cone taining of the best colored people of the town. Lodges will nlso be organized nt once nt Heaver Dam and McIIenry. The order is a step in the right direction, that of helping the poor and needy of the race and it is hoied it will be the means of much good. fifty-thre- Sija!2L3n.e3: Y , - Q-ood.- s-' one-eight- h Many people will take advantage of these Moderate WeightWeasra .- - Because they know that wo put. prices away below quality, and to get any of our Summer Goods is simply a big bargain. GTTRl fcXTU TATLOE D. Sz CO.,- Sum Joiich Co m I nt; to ltiirllor.l. The Hartford Lecture Club has se- - j cured the only Sam Jones to deliver' two lectures here, July 25th and 26th. Let everybody hear him as there is no other uizu like him. .1 I. nml MI1I0. Tuesday evening ns Virgil Fulkcr-so- n and James Mclntyre, ol Ceralvo, were returning from Rockport in n skifi a landslide occurred which came near causing both to be drownel. About n quarter of an acre of the bank fell in overturning the skiff nnd throwing the men out into the river. Fulkerson swam out but Mclntyre could not swim so he clung to one of the fallen trees, the roots of which sank first, of course. Mclntyre was nt first carried under the wnter, but succeeded in climbing up finally getting his head out nnd ns the water rose around him he climbed on until when the tree rested on thebotto'm he was near the top branches, where he clung until rescued safe and sound. J. J, WILLIAMS "C7 The Bargdc House of Ohio County. June 17 Weather warm. Fanners are busy with their crops. Miss Florence McCarty was the guest of Miss Mary Westerfield Saturday. Miss Dee Beau, of limes' Mill, is spending a few ,days with Mrs. R. C. Smith. Claude Lyons returned home from Whites ville Saturday evening. Miss Anna Petty spent .Saturday and Sunday in town. Mr. W. L. Graves and family nre visiting friends nnd relatives in Louisville. Mr. Lodford Truman, who has been attending school at Russellville, is at home again. Misses Ollic and Claude Wilson, of Louisville, aie in town. Mr. W. E. Tabor and wife went to Louisville Saturday. Quite a merry fishing party went to the Falls of Rough Wednesday on Regardless of a fishing excursion. the many trivial misfortunes they all rebort a pleasant time. Mr. J. G. Reynolds and family spent Sunday with relatives at Reynolds Station. Mr.Clarance Hayes, St. Paul, Minn., ' visited his parents last week. Miss- - Dimple Hays, our popular young music teacher, has returned from the World's Fair. M;ss Willie Walker, of Russellville, is' the guest of her sister, Mrs. Mamie Reid. Mrs. McCuen returned home Wednesday. Died, on last Wednesday at 1 oolock a. 111., little Rodna, only child of A. J. and Ollie Wilson, aged six months. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. C. F. Hartford, after which the remains were interred in the Fordsvillc cemetery. Died, June I7f '93, Mr. John Wedding, of measles. He was formerly n citizen of Fordsvillc, having moved to Louisville only a short time ngo. In accordance with his request his remains were brought to Fordsvillc and interred in the family burying ground. Success to the Rwuhmcan. i'oudsvii.m:. n' s, FAIR BROS. Fill DAY, .H'Misn. Scj this at Tracy A Son, clothing nt Car.sou Hiji bargains in & C it Cradles, !. l We are well prepired l fill nil orders for livery and hauling of every kind. Call on us nnd we will do our best to please yon. ' General - Black smith Dam, BLy. it Co'.s. C.irj.ot7& Co'.s. is the place to buy CASKIlir.K it IU'HTON' shoes. WecaiTbeat them nllon the .sugar CaksoxA Co. question. Ice for sale at nn time and any tf quantity, at Williams Bros, (ice of charge. We deliver goo Is Cusos&Co. Sam Howard, a wotthy citizp n of Sulphur .Springs, died ist Friday. We can fit you up in a nice straw Caisson it Co. hat. 1 of Leitchficld, on Siturday. July the ist, at a o'clock p in., for the purpose of organizing a Grand Army 1'ost. All old soldiers arc in; vited. Attorney M. L. Heavriu is building a nice residence on the Davis lot, on the Heaver Dam road. When completed it will be one of the prettiest in the city. Carson & Son are the contractors. w Cant.' Dan O'Rilcy, will be at Cromwell All kinds ot Repairing done on short notice and at most reasonable rates. HORSE-SHOEIN- G & .1 r J .1 4k "iflllV 'Deputy Sherill J. Uurcli Taylor arrested John Glore, of Horse Branch, The'llartfotd House is prepared to Monday for forging the name of W. entirtniu those who may call during M. Awtry toa check, lie was brought the Reunion, July .ith. to Hartford and gave bond to appear . are ripe, and you should at Circuit Court. Picnic's call on Cascbier it llurton for con Mason and Miss Ella l'rof. I. S. veyances of all kinds, at reasonable j Crowe, Pleasant Ridge, will be mar Nolillcri Itrliiiloii, ned Sunday at to o'clock by Dr. J. S. The following named gentlemen The school at Uuiftii, which has Coleman. We extend congratulations compose the Committee on Arrangeliccn in charge of Miss Una Stevens in advance and wish them much prosments for the Fourth of July Reunthe past three months, closes this perity and happiness as they float ion nt the Fnir Grounds, Hartford, down life's uncertain curient. evening. Ky.: Sam Wallace, living near Rosinc, Stephen May, Chairman; W. II. Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Molasses, Four, Lard, Crackers, l'icklcs and every- lost his house and mobt of its contents Moore, James Sullcnger, A. T. Nail, The Louis Gunthcr, John Thomas, Win, s grocer at by fire last Sunday nltcrnoon. thing kept in n fire broke out in the kitchen and Foreman, Charles Sullcnger, C. F. Tracy it Son. when discovered was under lull head- Schaptuire, John Sep Mosely, A. D. The "Lumberman," of South way, soon destroying everything. White, S. C. Taylor. Ansel Wilson, was at our wharf Saturday His loss was nbout $700, with $600 head of police, Evans Cornelius, W. with a load of meal and flour for insiirance. Mr. Wallace has the sym- II. Muuzy. A.). White. pathy of n host of friends in his loss. Cominittie on reception and pror gram: Col. J. S. R. Wedding, ChairBerryinau's school at Miss Eva Sylvester Petty, of Barrett's Ferry, with ap- was killed by lightning three miles man; Dr. J. E. Pendleton, Hon. John Vine Grove will Sbsc propriate evercises by the pupils. from Owcnsboro Monday. He was J. McIIenry, Lonnie Render, Rowan This is the young lady's first school nt work for n man by the name of Holbrook and Judge John P. Morton. Finance Committee: John C. Riley, nnd she has done well. Shreve and at the time of his death Capt. Sam K. Cox mid Jo. B. Rogers. Rev. Vol l Thomas, of Howling was sitting in the house leaning back Hon. John W. Lewis, of SpringGreen, was in town Sunday among against the jamb, talking. He was field, Ky., has written Col. J. S. R. considerably lacerated nnd one shoe He pleached friends and relatives. Wedding, of the committee on proocAri.n.i:. an able sermon nt the v'twinutiiai was torn entirely off. The other cupants of the room were severely gram, that he will be here on the 4U1 Church Sunday night. . shocked, but no one else was serious- of July to deliver the nddress ol the day. Thus n most attractive feature Dr. J. It. Pirtle has just completed ly hurt. is added to what already promised to fitting up of n nice dental office the About the most disgusting thing be n most enjoyable day. nt the Hartford House. Rus is a good workman nnd deserves muclf success the good people of Hartford have had to endure lately occuned Wednesday. Niuir.vi:. for his hustling qualities. A young blood from over the creek June 17. As I have seen nothing The glnss door in the front of pretended to be trying to ride a mule from this part of the county, I thought Gufiy ct Riugo's law office at 329, out of town, but in icality oply wishI would send n few items. . East Market Street, was broken into ed to show how well and how cruelly The weather is fine and corn is smithereens by being slammed to he could U3c the big buggy whip he growing very fast. Wheat will soon qp Tuesday by the wind. carried. Just ns he got opposite the be ready for harvesting. There has alley by the Williams property near been soiiie tobacco set, and there Byron Wedding, son of Dr. Wedbridge he gave the mule a cruel will be a large crop set if seasonable. ding, nnd a young man by the name the cut with the whip ami the animal beMr. A. B. Grant has gone Fords-vill- e of Havens, both of Rosiuc, fell from to buy n new set of hargan running promiscuously about nnd n mulberry tree last Sunday and both soon, undefthc repeated blows, be- ness. considerably bruised up. were Up rind down Thomas Shane is on the sick list at came unmnnngcble. The miners nt Taylor MinesandMc-Henr- y the street they went, the heartless this writing. The oc- rider making his whip pop nnd crack Miss Mary Kecne ltns returned are out on a strike. casion being the setting of a price on on the poor mule, lie finally got out home from her sister's in Ohio, Mr. Sep Mratcher nud family have the nut coal used by the miners. The of town, nnd it is hoped, it he cannot strike is very much to be regretted, make a better showing than this he gone to GofTs to visit friends for a few and hopes are entertained that it may will stay out. The meanest man in days. ' Nothing more at present. be settled satlsfactorially to rill parties the world is the man who ruthlessly concerned, and wantonly beats u dumb niiimnl. A. Sunsciunijn. first-clasCar-rollto- n, in ii y to-da- y 'llio llliic anil flip Jrny. As the citizens of Hartford invited the Reunion to be held here on the .lth of July at the Fair Grounds, the ladies of the town nrccordially invited and expected to come and bring their baskets and spread before the guests of the town ns has been the custom at other places. The committee has made arrangements for nn immense crowd, but there nre many who would like to lunch with their Hartford friends. Come nil with a full basket. Sti'.vkn Mav, Resp'y, Cli'm'n Com. Arrangements. A. S. Keown, of Select, has opened up a new stock ot drugs at Rosine, where he will be pleased to see his friends. In view of what Hood's Sarsaparilla has done for others, is it not reason able to believe that it will also benefit you? A SPECIALTr . For Sale! Hakes. Three good Mowing 'Machines, cheap. WILLIAMS BROS. A Literary Hcnintlon. "Unclce Tom's Cabin" has certainly "broke loose"! The copyright on this most famous of American novels, by Mrs. Stowe, has recently expired, which frees its publication from the publishmonopoly of the high-price- d ers, and though in anticipatation of this fact they have within thelast few months greatly reduced its price, now that it is really "unchained" the consequences arc something surprising. John B. Aldcn, publisher, of New York, issues several editions, selling them only direct (not through agents or booksellers); one in good type, paper covers, for five cents, sent post paid, or the same bound in cloth for ten cents with postage seven cents extra; also an elegant large type edition, on fine paper, handsomely bound in cloth for the price of twenty-fiv- e cents, postage ten cents. Surely a copy of "Uncle Tom's Cabin" will soon be found in every home where it is not already.Mr. Alden sends a thirty-tw- o page phamphlet describing many of his publications free or a catalogue of 128 pages of choice books, a veritable s for two "gold mine," for cents. Address John B. Alden, Publisher, 57 Rose St., New York. book-lover- Agent for the Kansas City Complete Circuit, All Steel, Mounted Hay Press, Disc Harrows, Osborne Mowers and ' ,.$ Come to Hartford -- TO SEE THE- - ;.pi fHiEVSHEvlKHIv') ii SPRING OF OPENING C. L. Field's car of Buggies just from the HIM. Will u SGO.OO ' ' Davis Carriage Company. He will save you MONEY by Buying from sell you a Buggy, Harness, Lap Duster aiul Whip from Viroik. An Eililur'N Mimnlcn. 110ST0X TKAVKMiK. up to $75.00. in Cincinnati. The Davis Carriage Company has tho reputa- tion of building tho best Buggy for tho money oi any Factory . The editor of a weekly journal lately lost two of his subscribers through nccidently departing from the beaten track in his answers to Two of his subcorrespondents. scribers wrote to ask him his remedy for their respective troubles. No. 1, S. C. Stevens has put in a two. n happy father of twins, wrote to inquire the best way to get them safe- hundred volume library at Beaver ly over theirtecthing, and No, 2 want- Dam and will be here Monday to ed to know how to protect his orchard present the plan to our people. from the myriads of grasshoppers. The editor framed his nnswers upon the orthodox lines, but unfortunately A Qucitlon of Light. transposed their two names, with the flurry Your old flume Cliawley had result that No. t, who was blessed mi u fut sijuwae for his life, doncher wlding a horwldly viItnmv? Ho with twins, reid, in reply to his quer-r- cious hawo was was thrown off. mid Poor "Coyer them carefully with straw t '11 1I1, struck 011 his head and cnt i,t bo and set fire to them, and the little you could sco tho bwninl V.m With tho nuked cyof Niagara pests, after jumping nbout in the a few minutes, will speedily falls Clnzittn. flames be settled." While No 2, plagued A EJHtkrit baying la, "When the with grasshoppers, was told to "Give Hi o cools, tho moou burns or tho se a little castor oil, and rub their gums Lccomea sweet, then will wonaa bt , gently with a bone ring." truo." y, So come and judge for yourself. $37.50 SOUTHERN QUEEN $37.50 ' I it d Wash Rail, Scat Rail, Handles, possible a Top Buggy with Hub Bands and Shaft Tips, for abut e price t Silver-plate- Write for our New 80 page Catalogue Address of all kinds of Vehicles. CINCINNATI, THE SOUTHERN BUGGY - CO. OHIO. U. S. A && v, isUt- - -- . . 'fv rcuntiap BBfiH nrrfiYrfvrrngtMxjaro.sci, DY A PAPER rami iwnrrniirmMiri " - Hartford Republican FBIDAY, JUNE 23, 1893. h r Ilcrnriillon. May tlic 30th, was Decoration day nt old Salem graveyard, two miles west of Horse Branch, Ohio county. The morning was gloomy and cloud y with n light fall of rain and the prospects bid fair for an unfavorable day. Although the people began at an early hour to come in and take refuge in the old log meeting house from the rain, which was still falling lightly and Madam Rumor lost no time in telling us that there would be but few people that would come out on such a day, when lo! a change takes place. The clouds began to raise their heads, as it were, and bid farewell and left for parts unknown and then that great orb of day stood out in the firmament arrayed in all its grandeur and glory, illuminating the earth and bidding all nature to rejoice, and as its penetrating rays fell upon the raindrops that were still lingering on the grass they looked like so many little stars, but by this time the people were OIOO ltrunril ftloo. The readers of this paper will be coming in from every direction, some on foot, some on horseback, some in pleased that there is at least one wagons and some in buggies, until dreaded disease that science has been some one said here arc 700 men, wo- able to cure in all its stages and that Hall's Catarrh Cure is men and children to honor the dead is Catarrh. and even the day, by their presence the only positive cure now known to and friendly greetings, among whom the medical fraternity. Catarrh d veterans, being a constitutional disease, requites were about forty and as they would gather in small a constitutional treatment. Halls crowds and grasp each others hands Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and ask about their wclfare.one would acting directly upon the blood and say, "ah, I am broke down, down, all mucous surfaces of the system, thereover; cannot go much longer, "another by destioying the foundation of the would say, "I know my time isshort, discase.and giving the patient strength look, what man is that coming by building up the constitution and around the corner? lie looks like he assisting nature in doing its work. has lost an arm. Oh, yes, says one, The proprietors hao so much faith that is Comrade A., I was standing in its curative powers, that they offer close by him when he was shot. "Yes, unc Jiunurea Dollars lor any case said another, "I caught him in my that it fails to cure. Send for list of Then they testimonials. arms before he fell." Address, F.J. CHENEY & CO., clasped hands and as they stood there; Ar. LmilnllU. ( p, , M P. Ill T1 "v-""I could see the tear drops as they Toledo, Ohio. lUdltP. '"boia by all druggists, 75c. 43 1111 Tho following story is told by a GeorTmiini J.V, '1 ml .Nn. ti pinl.p roniiMlInn m would start rolling down his cheek Irvinjtlon (Sund ) gia marshal who encountered a crowd miiIi inn n mi and I said, surely these old veter.Mcmorlnl Itiiyut Wnlton'n t'rrck. II r ltni1iiirv .t tViMUrii It. II., of disorderly hortocs: R'.V'Ktffl l Iminiil. ans love each other. They are a HATTOKD IIURAM). Marshal What it all this row nbout? to !?ei AV& ' l'l II. C, iloitlil'i:, (i,.. i,ir , Negro (with pistol, knife, club anil war The decoration exercises at Walband of brothers both tried and true. I t ' ll. 1' l.nlliMllr, ICf paint) Dat ar nijm'er dnr said I was n The boys of'6i, the boys that wore ton's Creek Church near Centertown, conequeuce, an no black nigger can call Before the blue. Hush! listenl yes, we all were a success. leaving mo n consequence wldout do penalty of A. J. SLATON, H. D., 3 know what that is. It is the drum. home the old soldiers decorated the rnmifyintr nn dat to tho inos' siiperfy graves ot the Blue and the Gray in their ing amiihibiousness. There now, they have spoiled my & "Good Lawdl'' enid ono of tho colored For the finml mm 'StXiUJZ'ZZZZZi. respective localities and reported poetry see yonder they are unfurlMart Artl-ti- e Work, sisters sitting near Formrrl o Millwood, no 'mule I nt l.Hich of war, ing the Red, White and Blue, because the same at this general meeting. At "dat am nr eddicated tho scenofor show, anvi:e or (.. il. iHurm nigger !'r h' iirorri..nal rin t., the wo If 3rd and iti. Owi37 is just one o'clock and I hear the io a. in. a crowd of five hundred it bless God!" New York Tribune. 'rioui,n.lnloninsconit!c IITrn in in. (the Dr. linden prnpertr.) Illy order to fall into ranks, which was people, old and young, gathered at rUnst'il llcr. promptly obeyed and when the old the Church, where A I.ce Rowe, a FW W boys were well in line then rntue U16 young man of great promise, deliver, , flower and poem band bearing the beau- ed the welcome address, which was & CENTRAL CITV, KV. tiful flowers, the sweet scented flow- well done and appreciated by all. Afers, the heaven sent flowers that ter the address, the Centertown cornet R. R. PAXON, PROPRITOR. meant so much when left alone with band rendered a funeral march that Has just been repaired ami newly the dead. This band was led by was effective and inspiring. John Comrade Ferry, of Grayson county. M Bishop, Commander of Preston furnished. Located cloi-to Depot. ' H U a Then came the vocal band the old Morton Post, No. 4, G. A. R., formed Good meals or s Pictures In utry Style aaJ Ci. lunch Givn i m 7sfas!''w Cane Run class. Now we don't say the old soldiers in line in front of the Old PietuieCipie'l nntl Knlnrgi j it n trial. that this class is the best in the church, and with the flag in front, A SPECIALTY. county, but we do say that it can't marched to the cemetery where the 10SJI .Main Street. column was halted, and Post Chapbe beat and did itself honor on this ')7m6 0 WEXMSOJiO, KY occasion. This band was lead by lain Rev. J. A. Bennett ofiered a feelGranville Christian. The Sons of ing prayer. Then six old soldiers mtirvicvvtiss, or i.iu';u ll.Vllir t'lirciliit lliiiurln Ti'mIIiijh Veterans then formed in the rear and with six fair daughters of soldiers Ii) mliiiiiilxicrliiK r. IIiiliKs' cemethrough the then the procession was turned over marched AND I lie. (olili'ii S to Lieutenant Byers and we were tery, tenderly scattering over the l . r nenpofcotroc It can lie jinn Ini The Leading Republican Family Paper of the United States, marched around the old church to the graves of the gallant dead bright orlci, orlln lood, Mitliout tin- i.notlid of tho tlcnt, ltl-icihlti I) irml' - , nti.t ui'.l nff'ct big gate leading into the old grave- beautiful flowers, and placing at the n perumiicit nnd iippeilycun', uIhUkt the For only $1.25, Cash in .'Ulvancc. yard, which was thrown open and heads of the graves the American flag. nt Inn iiioilrrfruodrinkirnrnn iik diolicunilc. It Inn Int uUtn in n ttonaii I we heard the order, file right, and These solemn exercises brought tears nivliiiM. eryoaHn pcrfi"t cure ln fnllonwl- - It mnor with old glory at half mast we march- to the eyes of many and will long be JUss Twilling That was a delightful nil", 'lho )etm onrc iiuprcin.iitr I with the llETWKKir ed in among the dead. The place remembered. After this exercise the letter I got from you tho other day. ppo'lfi!1, it lirHKimp nn niter lmo.ilHliiy fr the lliiornpiitltH t itii-tGun Riiuntoxl, lt LOUSVILLE and MEKFHIS, was well inclosed with a barbed wire Commander marched the' old soldiers Calloway Thanks. I was going tc pi,-- hook of thefiOI.f) imrtlciilnre frw. Addr Gives all tho news of Town, Couiityni.il State, ami as much National WITH fence and contained about one acre of back to the grave in the front of the call, but I wroto instead. KNS1i:t'iri4' IvsitAL'KhtiKt rmcin. Miss Twilling I lovo to get your let- imtti, Ohio, ground, which our forfathers had se- church, where they were disbanded, Your homo uoul.i he incomplete withPULLMAN BUFFET Sleeping Cars' neusas any other paper of itse!n.vs. ters. Vogue. lected at an early day as a suitable and invited by the ladies of the viout it. FUOM AM) TO place to deposit the dead and cinity to one of the most elegant dinAnticipating Illin. I.O(TIYIM.E,Hi:tPlllH,VI'K.Mlirit Moso Schnumburg of Austin is np tc ,S had made good use of it, for ev- ners ever served in a grove, and the they . in t of lintrtmllj tr lied In n iiaki.x it(HJi:,iniii m:ivohi.i:a.t, wrl tho there shown will of tho in in .iii iiipiiiii. er' available spot seemed tobea little hospitality by the old soldiers never be all habittricksplaying ittrado and wasnot tripiitition I)mi(h4 iriliiitnl nml mlinlj of pretty sharp is ii national Taper, nml Rives all tho general news of the U. 8. forgotton present tho il, ot truin .i) to " j. irMuulini:, niter nil mound, but we can't dwell here, but only on his customers, but nlso on the otlnrtr itininl-- jti t anil the world. It fives tin- - iivmiunf r.ir..i..i i,.i:, ... I. 11 m lho illlfeult) .,i...n r. i... " must hasten on for it is almost time on that occasion. After this great firm of Schwindleraoycr & Co., from Nroich iliinilthoi i i r(inr(d.tiill hxdIutiiiI The Quick and Desirable Route in nmiirin.il. ji nun separate iiepartmenls fm Tim Family Pircie, ami our Young Folks. feast and social greeting, the crowd wnom no purciiasea ms gooils In aov; inciroiiiirn.Hitli nfiiii n nml t tiniounu of for dinner and we have three graves Its TO AND FOM Homo nml Society coliims command tlio admiration of uives and promutnti ilo mi lulfut', that are yet to receive their flowers as assembled in the church, and was York. ilniighters. New York Pliilm'eliiliin Iliiltlnuire ' - A. nivriiM:, 'y Sclmumburg, on receiving tho invoice rami Wwdi. Its general political news, editorials and ilUciiious are coiuprehensivo,' Viifhiiii;tiiM Norfolk Olil I'oiut n to token that they havenotbeenfor-gotto- n treated to an eloquent and feeling adof goods, was in tho h.tbit of dcdiietiug . lllchiiiniiil Itull'ulo Cluvulunit ir-, dress by Hon. R. P. Hocker., of Beavhrilliant and exhaustive. It Agricultural department has no 8iip.nor in by their old comrades and as Toledo Uhlciigo IiHlhiimjpolU several yards from cveiy pieco of goods ' tho country. Its Market Reports are recognized authority in nil Cincinnati l,(Hiifi!lu .STOPPED FREE we stand around their graves and er Dam. Hon. J. S. R. Wedding was he received. Ho claimed thort.iKO oil parts of the Enctorn und Northoastorn Points Inn I. A .Special Contract enahles us to oiler this ' listen to the services we realise that then introduced, and in his happy every pieco of goods, even when the . Inunt Person Reitorrd splendid Journal ami Tha Hnd Memphis Vickaburg Union Hour pieco contained full measuro or cvtii o Dr.KLINE'S GREAT their battles have been fought and way entertained the audience for Burplusage. NpnurDrDTAnrn ' Now Orlennii Mobile I.itUn Kock Hot Hepiililiuiin for ono ) ear Wftr allTilLMH tiXvx Ditv,... Aj.I. victory won, and now they are wait- about an hour. His speech will be Springs and paint in WVst Teiinen-sc- o Schwindleineyer & Co. of Xejt Yorli l!rALLlBl.R ilumiTti d,rtl. 'S"'iti'i r. y-ectfi li'.!'J.','.'J'.'t- - JkIw n I trhl boil!, Texas ArKtuiins .".Ii"ifsiiii ing to hear the order of Him who long remembered by the old soldiers, suffered u gieat deal from tho sybtem ol ' N. Y. Trihunc, regular price per year: and especially the part in which he stealing, tint rather tiiau loo wchaum l.ouisinnrt hikI tl.o South mid said, let there be light and there was 81:00 hort-agthey allowed Hartford Ilepuhlicaii SOUTHWEST. light. After the usual services at said he hoped the old soldiers of both burg's ttadobecame bttch ahim tho thhif) ScoDrujjuu. irAM et Mjrjrs.vGfiAbes. j.oj until it legular nt the third grave an opportunity sides would unite and act toward that they rciolrcd to play for even, even Tho lit o is thoroughly equippoU and in . I' Ilhm, Prcst. Total Jko. II. IHnwi", Conhier s was offered for any remarks that any- each other as did those two greatest if they did low his trado. condition, und provides nn oxcol-len- t $2.25. Schaumlmrg ordered n big bill of i'rj arrangement in tlniuatid throui;), curs aMrEasr'T one wished to make and an old cit- Generals, Grant and Lee. A fkatuiik is tho time and convenience Rev. J. A. Bennett made a very goods. Tho Now York flint cut each izen was seen making his way Of tho Condition of tho and every pieco of goods in two, kept lecurcd by tho J.milicd Exprcsi Trnlns. crowd, hat in hand, and touching appeal to his old comrades through the Suhsnriptiou may liepiu nt any time. bent tho bill for tho full numOnly a moiit's itiDKTietweoti LouUvillo stopped near this grave and in glow- and was followed by that dear old ber of yards ordered, but kept tho good Aildtess nil orders to and .Memphis, ur.d tho beft and milekegt ing terme of praise he spoke of Com- hymn, "Till we Meet Again." The back. servlco between lho two citlcMivor oll'urod. In duo tiino Schaitmbtirg received TiikrlH,TiinpTablcn nnd all ilPBlrfilmforma-liorade Thomas, as being one among Centertown band then rendered that bill, and expecting tho goods would the nerured hy npl ln to J. Il.'l leliciior tune, "Home Sweet AKf-n- f nt IteiiM-- r Hum, or the first to volunteer and go down to in n day or to acknowledged tho ro battle to do and to die, if need be, Home," which sent us away with a ccipt of tho gootU and sent on a chrcli Hartford, Kentucky. T.B.Lynch. Qe&'l Pass, A?tL;'iiifil!e, Kr. ( rather than to witness the dissolution feeling that if was good for us to be for tho amount, deducting, as tiitial, t tho Closo of Business yards bhortago on each jiict o. At of this grand old Union and how he at old Walton's Creek on the 30th of Bonn as tho Now Yotlc merchant got Doccmbor 31,1892. thlt m bearing the marks of war May, 1893. We extend to the people reply ho shipped tho goods and niluiittrd came back SMm.-f:l&jljiiof that community our most sincere tfiu deduction for short.igo us just ami that showed to the world that he was KESOURCES. proper. loyal to the cause in every sense of thanks, and congratulate our commitImagiuo tho astonishment of Moso on Notes ami IJHIs 802, term and how he passed away, in tee on arrangements, John M. Bishop, opening tho goods t j find Hint each piece the Ileal Estate. .'1,000.00 W. P. Render and I.arkin Williams a way that was very impressive inlacked half tho number of yards it should Furniture nntl Fixtures. , 1,500.00 upon their great success. contain. As ho had already claimed Cnoii oiiHaiKi mill in other deed, but we can't tarry here, so we several yards shortage on each pkee, An Omj Soi.nniit. salute the dead and march out and llauks t 20,031.22 and as tho Now York firm had allowed Published by special request. close the gate and leave them alone it, tho only thing for 3Ioso to do was tc in their glory. The ranks were then 80.1,2.') 1.71 keep quiet about it. COURSIv DY MAIL WITH It is useless to add that ho deals nc Jiroken and the ladies spread out the LIABILITIES. longer with Schwindleineyer & Co. ol necessaries 01 lite, aim 1 want to say Capital Stock :. 825,000.00 Tho Leavenworth Now York. Texas Sittings. o right here that it was not mule beef l,2!Kf,14 r),2.rj0.00 Surplus Fund and wormy hard tack, nor sick wheat for Lino of Her. 102.011 Mrs. JIulcahoy It's well for yez. Din Duo other Ranks flour, no sir, no, riot by a jug full, it 01,.'08.(il nis, thot yez can loaf round wid a plooj Deposits was the fat of the land that had been hat, phwilo yez poor woifo has to shtaj prepared the day before and everybody SD3.2G4.71 To advertise our College we will nt homo and go out washin mid ironiti said by their actions that it was a hy tho day. Suhserihed and sworn to before mo Mr. Mulcahoy Ah, Bridget, darlint, feast of fat things sure enough, and give a thorough course of instruction it's not lazy I am, hut it's to got n glinips this January .Id, 181W. after all was satisfied according to the in Double and Single Kntry g of ycr shwato, sluniliu faco thot I luvt Sma.nv Tayi.oii, D. C. O. C. I book, there was about twelve baskets and Commercial Arithmetic jno woruk catly, so it is. Now Yorl In submitting this wo beg to state lull of the fragments taken up Mercury. thnt our business 1ms steadily grown while the people were enjoying by mail FKKB OF CIIARGIv to n each month Miiro our opening, nml lUlienftlto Iloncal. heard no sign of the over-joyf,"-- rr -- ,ZZZZLr- Mother Horrors! Do you play mar by tho most curcf'ul, watchfulness and limited number of persons. This nor did we hear any loud talkhies for keeps? n strict observance of'tlie principles of course will be completed in forty lesLittlo Son I novcr keep 'cm, mamma. tho most coiisoivntivo Ranking, wo ing, but peace, hamony and good will "That's right." liopo not only to extend our ncqunint seemed to be the order of the day. sons. No charge for Diplomas. "Yes'm. I play right nlong until ance, but to prove ourselves worthy When the people were told to assemble We are manufacturers of Buggies, Carts Surries and Carriages, and deal directly with Address, loso 'em. Pleaso givo mo 0 cqnts to buv tho confidence that is being so liberalin the graveyard to hear the speak- PROF. F. J. VANDI5RIUJRO, Pres't, Eoino moro." Good News, the consumer, thus saving him the per cent, usually paid to middle men. Our prices are reasly reposed in us. ing. There was about ten or twelve 302, 304 and 306 Delaware St., Wo aro hero to accommodate tho onable, and we guarantee satisfaction. Kvxt Ile.t. Respectfully, names handed in and we had to limit Leavenworth, Kansas. Ilotol Clerk (to now hell hoy) Did people, each ' nml every business, them all. We were sorry to have to &1. nil courtesy ho extended to them, you wako up No. 4 1? limit these good men for some of them Bell Boy No, ah. Cuddent wnkt but in no cno hbnll eufety bo sacriItne's medicines move the howels had come from a distance to do honor very day. In order to he healthy him up, sail j hut IdldthohcsI cud, salt. ficed for frioiiilship or to obtain bus. iness. "What waB that;" Owens boro, Ky. to the occasion. Wisdom said give this is necessary. John H.Rahnks, Cashier, "I woked up No, 45, sah." Harper's them fifteen minutes for, the poem band comes first and must be heard. The first to answer to her name was Miss Annie Allen, who came forward and in a clear, plain, distinct voice read a beautiful poem from memory, which made good impressions. Then came others which were heard with pleasure the orators and came out one by one as they were called and addressed the people holding them spell bound as it were for two long hours. Lieutenant Byers made the closing address. In the way of thanks to the people and to their God, the little speaker turned to the old veterans and said, "comrades, we are now fast crossing the Dark River of death, not on a pontoon bridge, but in a life boat of faith, launched by grace divine, guided by a convoy of Angels, landed by the power of God and marched into camp in the green fields of heaven under the commander of all armies." While the class was singing all joined in a general shaking of hands and then we received the benediction and went home well pleased with the days work. F. M. Phariup. PURSUED BAG. Exciting linn of an Olil hqulrrrl Who Vfni Not l!oil to l'mcdcnl .lokcu. "In Memphis," said Charles F. o war-scare- of Union City, Tcnii., to 11 reenter, "thero is n littlo park called Court bqunro gituntcd in tho center of tho city. Tho park keeper told mo that thcro wero over fiOO squir;; 2: m? "mi hJ1 mil Emulsrels that made their nests in tho bltr. shady trees. "Thoy nfford boundless amusement to tho children and to tho weary foot ol Lime travelers who stop in tho park to rest. Ono day I bought if bag of peawill build you flesh on nuts, nml whilo I Fat down on ono of tho senta eating them tho squirreli appetite. give a gathered nround 1110 liko blackbirds would flock to n cornfield immediateHcott'a Emklsl' n cure Cough, ly after planting time. Coldi, Ooniavnrtir.il S.:rcf:!a an J "I concluded to trynn experiment. all Anaemic and Dlvaser. 1 mow up tno paper uag, tied n string Provont3 waktlag in cl.ilurca. AN around it nbout 0 inches long, und pnintuiiU-- n nillh. Crtouly nnt nt to tho other end fastened a 'goober,' flic Remthic. Propm-- by Scott V ITowno, Chemists, Now Yorlt. Soltl by and throw it on tho ground. There all Druggists. JltSJUGt-asrfocwas nn old bobtuiled squirrel the L ItofTrnrrr ?ild. T father of tho flock that tackled it. profferiwj oritur brand. rr.. cuiRnrra soap -- r Ho picked up tho 'goober' botween ? iswoarvcwa.r. ia.v iMiimi ivaj vi' luml . 23 his paws and started to open tho We'll cci fjtoJijli ; but the bist. iisp. wuiji and ODltim Hatil tl FITS. All fits stopped ficc by Dr. cun.il at liuuio shell when ho discovered that there ' Andflll sKvri r Hi?rsl?" was n Htrlng tied to it. Then ho be- Kline's Great Nerve Utstoter. No n f ifuir i t n gan to run, still holding tho nut be.AUacta, Om otllco liH WUlchaUSU fits after first d.iy's use. Marvelous tween his teeth. "Ho jumped off nbout BO feet nntl cures. Treatise and $2.00 trial bottle turned his head around to bco if tho lree to Fit ca.ses. Send to Dr. Kline, I.OIIIHVIM.K.NT. I.OU1N II. K bag and Btring wero still behind. 931 Arch St., I'hiln., Pa. For sale by They wero. "Well, sir, you should hnvo wit- all druggists; call on yourt. 36 ly nessed tho actions of thnt squirrel sciiKiim.K in mi:cT nov.i, im nftcr ho saw that tho bag still purNo.M, Xo.M, sued him. Up n tree ho went ; down tvKsrnou.Ni, Dully. Itoily. ono sido and up another, nwny ha Lv l.milTlllo 7.a.m. 0 ' p. in. went. Alter ho had chased himself Wo.t Point Ml o. in. T.Jii p. in. llrnii'lenWn nbout 10 minutes ho stopped and W p. m. "jli- - '" HvliiKtnn sort of turned his head around slow- i a. m. .17 p. in. Hi'phentport ln.il a. in. u 1 p. III. liko to seo if tho bag was still thero. in iimiini in m iBiliMMMl lli Clotirort nniB.ru. v ttf p. in. k CaveiH. and j It was. Then ho started again, and 5 ent business conducted for obtained, and all Pat. 2 HaurvTitlr 11.11 a in. in in p. m. Moderate rrcs. of nil tho running I over saw that JOim omccn Opfosctc U. C.PATCNTOrnct I.ewlport IWll i. in. ran patent o sqiljrrel did it. Ho moved about J amine frgm secure hlngton.InlesiUmc llianthosei i l'l l. in. U 11 ii. ni. 3 t remote model,Wa SpottMtlle 1.01 p. in. l'.Mp among the branches and limlu liko n J bend drawinj:orphoto.,ttlthdccrlp.' in. Jtlon. Wc advlc, It patentable or not, tree of J Ar. lltndfrton 1.21 p. . U 20 ii. in. htreak of lightning. charge. Our fee not due till patent is secured. i No, 6i, "Finally, out of breath, ho stopped ; a pampiiict, iiojywuDi-u- ratccts, v:in' No.M, HAT IWl'XI), again, and tho expression ho woro ;cos( oi same in me u.a. and foreign countries J i sent free. Address, l.v. Ilndi rinn 7 IS . in. 3: Up. on his faco seemed to indicate that in. Opposite City Scales. bimiNHIIe til. DUIVKU, Manager. 7.17 a. in. 3 .17 p. m. ho was saying to himself: 'Well, OAttioro 8 .'7 a. in. WimIu work im cheap us anybody, quality consideicd. p. m. f UPP, PATENT UrriCC. WASHINGTON, 0. C, Repairing mid whntover you are, you aro not in it !. uiport I'J a. in. 0 M p. in epuiiiting d inepromptly. Give m it cull. IIUUGIKS FUOM $:i: UP. now. I guess I'vo got you!' But Ilnwi Mllle U.33 u, in. p. in L'lotirporl ,wheu ho turned his head nround und 1" ul a.m. 47 p. m. 10 sti , in, e.I p. m. iiruiori taw that tho bag and string wero WHEHYOUiTfTTwEKSBOaO Inlngton 11 MIi 7 HA p right thero ho fainted dead away." CAM, ON- llrnndt nltirg 11 ?J a. m. 7 Jl p. in. Exchange. .: Vrt Point x M p. m, 1 rei p. m Arc dovn? 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