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OFFICIAL ORGAN OP THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, v' - TERNSH.2S Per Annum, In Adnscc, The Htii'UMiicAN tan, d leading; and tho Cosmopolimntra- , VOL. V. Till. IMUI.MlAltl.'N I'.XCIIANV.I!. HARTFORD, KY., FIIDIAY, JUNE 30, 1893. ItltCAM. 1 NO. 48. zino, for only $3.00. try a w ! Ik in dlsciae, dropsy, nnd all blood dlneisc llestoros the lldncs, purifies ttm blood mi tin tit the 1II11 used tissue. Health ) tlio n suit If rutlsfjitlnn not glicn money refunded 'J'.ilio uumo u bottla "Sly nttrncllon," said tho ngent, biting off tho ragged edgo of his cigar wrapper -- v, and looking out nt tho frosty miles of northern country, "has been this way for i. elfdit years. I am taking him to tho asylum, eight ears ago ho was a young man. Ho tnudo it hit when ho graduated r t A. nnd delivered a thrilling speech regardAlas! I am myself again! Here's u truce to care, an adieu to ing thu Ainorican Indian. Novcr having seen tho American Indian, ho loved him. pain, Jltamtng ami romptahant. IIo said, among other things, that tho Tho nt pcioc with tlwvworld feeling cxlatluj Welcome the clip with its creamy foam! Farewell to work mul a mossy home; American Indian approximated more la tho bosom nf V. It. llrowii,JluH, Ion a, when b wrolns "Tim doctors pronounced mlno and n flowing bowl, nearly to what man should bo manly, With a jolly-cresevcro caso of tilooil potjoiilns ctuwd liy IcMnoy pleasures 1 love to roll! grand, physically tierfect, morally great In UlKoaso. Kept my IhmI two monllis. Theyglra and truu to tho instincts of his conscience mo up to die, when 1 i;ot Dr. Tenner's Kidney Like n flash there came to the drunkthan any other raco of beings, civilized and II icltnclio Curo. Soon commenced discharging mtttcr In tho urine Aft r tailing nto botard's hide, or uncivilized. 'Where,' ho askod, 'do tles, I got nil f'r!it, well and aottnd. It N rewho that night had wo hear such noblo sontiments or meet His angel-chilgarded nin wonderful cure. I nan expected to died! illo us I urn TJ s ' ira old " Tills t.ould li wonwith such examples of heroism nnd self derful If no ud With n look h gentle, and sweet and fUAcrifico ns tho history of tho American letter1. Initially Rood In remain complaints, iJ M i "Wi Tlicilrtiiikiirtltlrcaiiic.tl of liisold retreat Of liis easy place in the seat, Ami the lltpioi Kieamvil on liii.nlo.it-in- j; eye, Till his lips to the spnikliiif? glass drew nigh, He lifted it up with an eager glance, Anil sang as he .saw the litihhles dance. trip-roo- up nnd givo him cotirago oven could hardly smilo myself. His agent seemed to bu along with him, nnd to him I finally nddrersod myself in tho smoker a llttlo Inter on. "Can you not get n special or do something to rellovu tho anxiety of your attraction?" 1 inquired. "IIo seems to bo firneo him whllo 1 iiufTeiing Kii much over It." death. Then picking up a wholo cuitnrd pio ho struck a llttlo fellow on tho opioitu side of tbo table so ns to fill thocnr to overflowing, caught hold of n carving knifo nnd fled through tho vlllngo, cnttlng holes in constnbles nnd biting elderly peoplo on their way homo. Ho has cleared out two asylums nlroadvnnd now ho Is on his way to IIo still thinks, poor boy, Wnupncn. that bo is to leeturo nt Jnsper tonight nnd that if ho should disappoint them ho will bo out $10." iTont cliolced hiti! (o Tlio Mnn.KtillngTIffPrN. A correspondent to the Allahabad Pioneer mentions the enrcer of n young bar-loo- d i rheutnill.to. fond, She touched his glass with her little And oft as he raised it up to drink, She silently tapped on its trembling brink, Till the drunkard shook from foot to crown, And het the untastcd goblet down. wnti'l; owe f EVERY dollar tailly earned by anyone t.f rltlur in In nny I an or iiiecouinri, who n niiiini: n, moik num.. trlonaly nt thu ciiiploMiiint nhlili e fundili. Hie labor It lliht ah I iriiant, and inii rut) no mil whale! llk can gneir. WV lit )im mar cmni litr.to Hilt uto itio niiviiitsi i miiiioui 7011 uillliii;tiMliiilUlli'Wurk, to)ourrir. lid 1. the i?rnh!i't othr mill. Ion run uurk all d iy, or In thu i' niiiir onh. If ou nrc in. plottd, iiii.l line i f, rt cpuie lour ut jour dli. no.nl. iillllie mil ml I l .our liuom. . our Im.lnc.s no! Int. rii it till, otiulll i illti nod tme henmaxid on thw .tart nt i Ii which ion inuan dnllii i iin lui.iUvliiund .1 IV mil, I'.vi ' till fio.ll thu tllltirf. Artt hmtr. Anr one rait ni'i t ie Ihkii i luit.e I ili-111 11 I ! , MR "Hey man," cried the host, "what nivanelli tins.' Is tliecoveysick.orthotlre.tiuauiiss? Cheer upniylad.iiuickbuinpcriiuaff!" And he glared around with a fiendish laugh. The drnnkaid raised his glass once more, And looked at its depths as so oft J I J I before: Hut stat ted to see on home! its pictured foam, TlieiaceoftlieUe.nl little child nt ou .hoiil Itv tint i .i tli until )o-- i re fnll. fur Tuurtetr what )OU "All il.i at the hil.im. Women me wM'ti i e oil. r. NociiIInI d KMIkI worker; tiimiiliyi It" nnVe ill mtirli s.'tttn lli"y .haul J in 'Id. lui.lw.., n. It -I. u uvlluduplrd Intlifitl Win iiiomt ii. il .it- fur ( (., oiirull. AJlri. II. II MM II Ilni ', . Hid Mn. Then again Ihclaudlordathiiu sneered And the swaggering crow.l of drunkards jeered Hut still as lutriedthatglasstodrink, Hut the w.iud of thcdc.ulottct.ippcd the brink 1 The landlotd gasped, "I swear my man. Thou shidt take every drop ol this flowing cm!" Tin dtunk.'iid IkiwciI to the grieving brim. Though his heart beat fast and his eye gtew i im. Hut the Will id struck liaiderthau bJore C73 iT7 1C33 FWTXS tZXS CITZI. USB9 35J) k FLOWER SEEDS I Wiffi iir ViTTV J rv. T.ti mE, fflWffffiWSSi r?fflfel .JSE5ls J.ain.V Ar"prtlle40frrhTiin " Mri velFREE! in tMt i Tlicglasswasfliingon the floor. bar-roo- ifv - Hiiir 11 si?i IIMOff Uncjf ivi"iwi.i iiimuiim mimew m WM.Wt,)Bit. IIIH UI, krttolte (!! ip Itiitmi All around tho ring the fragments lay Urrr tdllt - And the jioisonous current away. rolled m.kj tk um ikutilit IblUa' ti IbU liD.UU Lr Ii U MsA IrJr Ukti. Vtwmm fi41wfi r ftft UI The drunkard woke. His dream was gone: His Led was bathe in the light of morn: UtU he saw ns Jic shook, with pale nnd 1 ' w,frrtUu rCKolv DiwfP.MfJ. Pfo.ryTvmi, IirHJu, ItolMm, t.fj.r U, Hk, tytfutllM DotfcU U HtwmnWr. ITLaiiis, ItKki.vk- ,iV mu. f Ckr4r hl !! n'M t4 imiW4 UJ 4rfii ' txUkUr WMiniiUi vttty ntvrlUrkBtty UibMtklM mk m rM, t Mmff ttl, nj ttfuiil yf tnor lrrff frwft fUJ, m ii N by tti-fJ tilU'I. UJr If f bulk lt in! M4rul U kbJ rIUU t tblkliirf , Ur lu MIL .! UU rtttt mttllVtU !! v f CtlUlWi f lear A beautiln! angel hovering near He rose, and that seraph was nigh u wi r fr. tt Wta rktrit, Mj.rJ Hf rJ lut f it p., J Xymtf ' i twHl"-Hm ! Aim'i U ijM rtNM. Ii N Y. Mr . ktftlI wra. Imw, o4r yoa fcinlti n- UU1I ! M I V Mifi4 iHrt fcU U t UadUif from U rl llmrj lw bX cr ri WrW. N. C. ' luft, liifirjh M. tlffi." trW ttirt lUlWr Wta. ;" lUnim, pltl rf u him still It checked his passion, it swayed his will; It dashed Irom his lips theuiadcning bowl, And victory gave to his ransomed soul. Since over that midnight hour lie dreamed, Our hero has been a man redeemed: And this is the prayer he prays always And this is the prayer let us help him pray That angels may comeJii every land, To dash the cup Irom the drunkard's hand. 4MlrillrlTt hii! fo Unikt a4 lift, ftl CoIIaIiwib cDcniii neceni OrtUIML Ul I Llli ttuitii4.v " Itt w II cou (I tta.rvr1(Hti lira Xij .liiihta U kll ih bo, u Mfkdeftnbrtclmx bnwj IVVrurJ Nwrrt I Mt fuivtlM, IU tpUMlr( IM 9trK4 firftiif riiMi l4irr4, . kl.1 Ik. uiiui4 .tnHwmit !, fl llrH. Mill SWtf, l il fkUi A4 ffthkiiiB.hT) .J. rtrun tKHnatt llffwrrf ll.V wv wbb ion rttlU4-IL. ..!. vuii, hiwh Uir blfht(( i fMt,fcl pro4f f rif frurrtl Mvni fM for (h iml trUIlut rolrtnf month I.au ihi. 9Iif AbTaVM KBUitiMMMr ANOTHER GREAT OFFER ! wUrrtj Worn ptif ) wt will ftt fel 1 k) I 1 VST WY'lB' V" pfnmnDi HmnI ff U ktMtt 4crlU4t llktwtM Pul AAitr tn4 ud Iiir rtitiribi wrm n . II. UOUltK V CO. 9T l'rk l'lc,new pl iswSB WtKfi to llr U arid v ib WvaWaiy list hiektingaFoiiatoii. BILL NYE TRIES TO CONSOLE AN KNOWN ON TilE TRAIN. UN- i4t Trs. riiin I'roin Ilia Ailvnnro Aucnt William .earn, the Trim lll.toryof tlio MunW'lio M BPPW JbT fl b9 bi arCiVw 17 if3 m vl jLbbHB9SbV? Wanted to Talk nil tlio Ited Indliin. ICopjrlk-'it- , ISO, li IMunr W.Kic.l lililiutrgnyiyon tho vestibulo train find dressed in n limit and even cxpensivo way, ns 1 now do, I saw in the boetion ahead a wild looking man who nilcht liavo been 10 or 111, 1 could not tell. IIo o looked at Ills watch, a young lady'a watch, with n chain Hindu of Imniiui hair that needed u Bhiimpoo. limit-ingeas- VsBLZAbbUBHIi k It Cnrei Coldi.CouubjtSore Throat Creop.TnCu J. 7h5binf Cdiirh. Bronchitis and Aiihmi. A ccrtiu cur?or CoatumcUon In flrt iturrri, n0 tu rllef in tdvancl it?ri, uso nt ones. Voav.Hl leoth cxrttlent effect ftftr titcirjtlhs r f - ( dcM, fcIJ ty dralcr4 etcrywtife. ttUsfOce&CiftnaeiOO, TABLEI'SPII C BUGKEYELiU OINTMENT TKYINO TO CONSOLE 1IIJI. CURES MOTHfNQ BUT PILES. A SURE rr.r-.rfi- l known for and CERTAIN CURE 10 yaars as tho BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. WEhlCHB bf l.ltlllllinot CO., ST. ions. Sclentiflo American Agency for fWlM rfr-J-i- j CAVEATS. TRADE MARKS. DE8IQN PATENTS, wwr- - I niwn I 0. vtl iror mrnrmattfin una t reo Handbook wrlta to MUNN A CO.. Sul lluoAliWAT, NKW Voilff. bureau OlJt.t patent for aeturlnn patenta In America. 15nry taken out by in la brought before tho imtillo by ft uotico glrcn (roa ol cnarge In th mwr VJIbbB m VBBBBK BV BI k.iaB BBBBBBBB' icttfiatttctottJ BROWN'S IR0.V BITTERS larceat clrculatlrm of any actentlfhj paper la tha fcl'lemlldly lllatiratod, Mo Ititolllirent world., man ahould be Wltbuiit It, Weeklr. 3,tf(l tteo.lx ronntha.'AddniM JtpNN k CO. uuLtauicus, aoi llroadnayaw Vork City. CurtalndtguSllo!', HUIoutpcii, OjrpeHa. Jful-rlKenpuiiicM. omUieiioml lhbltliy. I'liiti clam recommend It. Alltlcnl'.n hell It. flenulna bu trade mark aud ctocud red lists on ripper. 0a IIo looked at tho watch, nnd then ho looko.l at iiraihond folder, then ho looked it tho MS. of an address or leeturo which ho took now and again from hlo handbag. Wetting his lips with somo restorative, which bccnted up tho car, ho would pructico in n low, retreating breath, fitting tho gestures to it so that peoplu near him vacated their seats, while ever and inon ho would hiss something through bis clinched teeth and blto a largo holo In thu somewhat fixed air of.tlio car. Then ho would open his satchel and tako out a manuscript, which ho read over sarnestly, nnd then ha seemed to bo repeating it in his mind. Then ho would idd gestures to it nnd bito largo holes in tho nttnosphcro nnd look wild. Finally I went over nnd spoko to htm. i asked bim what seemed to bo tho trouble He said that ho was billed to leeturo at Arcliy that evening, and that alroady ho was two hours behind. If wo did not mnko it up, ho would, loso $10, ho srtid, nnd ho looked at his watch again and then at tho schednlo. Then he ran over a portion of his lecture and examined the joints in somo of his gestures to seo If they were working smoothly. For somo timo I remained with him, talking with him ami consoling him as best I might, finally telling' him that I, too, was a lectnrer,"tbongh J was keeping it ns quiet as I could on account of my family, and so I went on trying to Indian furnishes? Where shall wo go ngrtin to hear such oratory as that of black Hawk nnd Logan? Certainly tho rocordsof onrso called civilization do not furnish It, nnd tho present century is dovoid of It. They wero tho true children of tho Great Spirit. Thoy lived nearer to tho great throbbing heart of tlio Creator than do their palofaced conquerors of today who mourn over tho lost and unilono condition of tho savage. Courageous, bravo and the soul of honor, their cruel nnd nwfuldestruction from off tho fnco of tho earth is n sin of such magnitude that tho peoplo of America may well shrink from tlio just punishment which is suro to follow tho assassination of so brave a raco.' IIo had quitu n lot of things like, that in his speech, nnd his father, who had n chattel mortgage on tho press of Tho Homo and Vindicator of our place, got it printed to tho exclusion of tho tax list and other spicy rending. "Friends then petitioned him to let tho boy leeturo. Ho swelled up with pride and encouraged tho young man, and so he started out. lie was nil wrapped up in tho Indian, nnd so ho prepared a leeturo on 'Tho Red Wan, Past and Present.' IIo pnt h11 the poetry into il that n boy who had nover seen an Indian would. He practiced on his piuco nil tho time, and finally ho got an engagement. It was in a nearby town hero they weio trying to buy a library. T hey only needed fSOO more, nnd so they had dteideiMo have it conrso of lectures during thu Winter. Tho committeeto linvo ono lecture on 'Tho Arctic P.egiuu and How to Avoid Going There' ,by tin old arctic explorer who hud taken SO picked men up to wheru lie cnttld hear tho north end of tho earth's axis squeak, had eaten the leather ends off hii suspenders, tnken the latitude nnd longitude, picked somo of his tendercst men again and returned. It was aUo tho chemo to havo a leeturo on 'Political i Economy nnd How to Put Money in the j National Pocket by a man wlto lived on nnd who ivus clothed by his sister-in-laTho committeo had nlso his decided to employ an nblo theologian to ' leeturo on 'Inside Facts Regarding Di- - j vino Retribution' by n man who had given his wholo lifo to a study of kindred i subjects. Then it well known humorist was to follow with a lecture on 'Scaffold ' Orators and Orations, Past and Present.' "Last of all, Napoleon Pungborn, my young friend, was to leeturo on 'The Redskin nnd His Wrongs.' Tho prico of tho wholo conrso ticket was only $3, nnd tho public was on tho q veovo, ns you might say, to hear the closing lecture. "Napoleon had not been idle. Ho had not eaten anything but oatmeal for days, and his lips wero bloodless nnd parched. When his family spoke to him, ho replied briofly and then muttered portions of his leeturo to himself. "At Inst tho day and the honr enmo. Ho inserted his arm in his breast, as be had seen pictures of Demosthenes doing, and began inn low voico. A course man with ncourso ticket yelled 'Loudcrt' nnd Nnpolcou began over again. IIo went on pensively to speak of tho Indians in their purity nnd simplicity as they were fonud by Columbus, tho wealthier ones perhaps clothed in tho pelt of it whilo tho poorer ones wero tldnly clad in atmospheric phenomena, nnd'sp on. Then another man, a wagon maker from Lowor Jnsper, who was holding n little child that was eating a cooky with pink sugnr on it, said in a gruff voico: 'Can't yo speak so'a wo can hear ye? Nover mind tho gestures. Speak upl Louder!' "Napoleon fetched n little kind of nob and took n glass of water. Then ho tried again, beginning back whero he started out, but raising his voico higher and higher till it was split and ruptured nt tho cud of overy sentence When ho got through, tho committeo told him they thought thnt 'was a pretty easy way to enrn $8,' but gave it to him, including u lead dollar. of "Afterward tho which ho was a member, gavo him n banquet. (They had previously invited him. nnd so could not rell back out.) He went, though there wais a wild, hunted look in his cyans ho started. The banquet was not qnito ready, for, as the steward of tho testaurant said, 'tho Cove oysters had not camo yet,' so Napoleon ent In tho unteroom, and peoplo went by nnd examined him ns if thoy wero taking it farowell look nt him boforo tho lid was screwed down. "IIo was very cold and qulto hungry, not having eaten anything sinco ho had ugieed to deliver tho lecture, but they put him nt tho cold end of tho room by tho sido of a frapped president, who tnudo notes on tho back of his menu and frightened out of Napoleon what llttlo intelligence ho had left. "Tho restaurant was a very poor ono indeed, nnd tho china had largo, dark chips knocked out of it by peoplo who had tried to drivo in picture nulls with it. Tho courses worn widely segregated, and tho dishes camo on each time warm and hurried and punting, ns who should sayj 'Wo may bo a llttlo slow about it, but wo do not miss n siuglo course Wo nlso aim to please.' "Well, to muko a long story short, tho agony could not bo drawn out any longer, and finally tho president rapped on tho tablo with tho Iron haudlo of his already i exhausted knifo nud said, 'Wo havo with ns this ovening' just ns though they had been In tho habit of entertaining all tho crowned heads that came to town. Then ho spoke briefly nnd tersely of and introduced him as the silver tongued represcntntivo of tho of Jasper. "Napoleon nrose, wiped his cold lips with a napkin, nnd taking tho tablecloth with oue lmud by tho corner ho jerked It about duo cost as the crow flies, gavo tho shriek of u demon, and tying tho tj)blo linen axoundjhe thjontct iljfl pre'- lu chip-muuk, without training, or with training that Is far worso than none, nnd on tho reputation holmsmndo in somo totally different nrt he fearlessly rushes In whero nugels would naturally hang back and adverti-c- s to lecture. At tho cxpeno of tho public ho thus, if persistent nnd bravo, at last learns to bo natural if ho didn't foolishly get his originality nnd individuality traiucd out of him by a journeyman elocutionist on tho start and is then considered a professional. Ho can think of other moro interesting topics than his siccch cud sit himself down y tho roadsid j of lifo nt timc3 to calmly remove tho thorns and brambles from liis tired ftet thorns nnd brambles niYiimnlnled all nloiifr tho harsh nnd fiercely thorny road over which ho has traveled toward even u moJcra to success. I nut often asked, "Aro tho audiences ns different ns tlio people, nnd whero do yon find the most enthusiastic nnd np-- 1 precintivu nmlienccs?" I must say that no geneial rule can bo given so far as points of tho compass nro concerned. Tho west is hardly moro enthusiastic than tho cast, though a young audience, a collff,o audietico or an audience of teachers or iiuwspaper men is tho nudienco for enthusiasm. Portland, Me., is said to bo tho quietest nnd Chicago tho most enthusiastic. This is tmo in somo respects, but if you can get time to watch tho faces of tho New England andicuco without forgetting your peace you will discover the samo degree of appreciation and enthusiasm, though manifested perhaps in n different way, in tho ono case ns in tho EiTTijco now:: cv the noAnsiDE. The lecturer has two or three great obstacles to overcomo which the actor has not viz, he has no scenery, he has to occupy tho entire ovening alone, nnd there is no division into three or four nets with n chance for tho nudienco to rest nnd run down tho show. And yet tlio lecturer often starts out fearlessly '; other. Lecturers nro better treated on the wholo now than 20 years ngo, and tho eggs used by thoso who criticise tho performance nro of a higher order of excellence, it seems to me. No ono can bo quicker to recognize nnd apprcciato such it reform than I can. No ono hails with greater gleo or moro optimistic salvos of npplauso this stride in tho direction of improvement. 1 had intended to givo a fow little personal experiences in tho way of anecdotes of n comic character, but spaco forbids; besides I doubt th9good tasto of writing flippantly of such a serious mat ter as lecturing, especially humorous lecturing. I had nlso thought of devoting n page to lecture managers with whom I havo met, but tho subject is too prolific, nnd besides I am afraid that somo leeturo manager might reply with an essay on "Lecturers With Whom Ho Has Mot." Somoother timo I will writo of these things, so that it will bo nn easy matter for tho reader to learn how to leeturo successfully by n few ovenlngs' study ut home Tliere'a Million. In It. Murray There's Van Hump, tho millionaire author. Hill Great Scotti what does he write? Club. Murray Advertisements. tigress who, in the space of nine months, killed .some dozens nf human beings, depopulated several villages, and stopped wotk over n greater part ofn forest division in Fpite of the most streiious efforts made to destroy her efforts increased by nn incentive of five hundred rupees teward offered for her head. She began her career in July by killing two woman near a forest village, nnd by the end of the following December had killed at least thirty persons, becoming bolder nnd more cunning with each fresh murder. Her beat lavnt the foot hills ol the Himalayas, and she roamed over nn nrea of thirty-fiv- e miles long by three or four broad. The country was .such that she neither could be tracked for any distance nor driven by elephants or beaters. She would not kill a tied buffalo, nor would she go back to n corpse if once disturbed. She became at last so bold that .she would in broad open daylight carry off men nnd women when cutting the crops in the terrace fields, stalking the unfortunates Irom nbovcand suddenly springing on them. The terror of her ferocity spread the country. The villagers left their homes for safer regions, and no wonder, for the writer found on one occasion a village seemingly deserted, but in reality in a state of scige, the inhabitants being afraid to draw water from a stream one hundred yards from the houses. Work was commencing in the forests, and in a short time the tigress learned to stalk the sound of nn ax, and made many victims before the forest was proven t6 be even more dangerous thnn the fields had been. The method of attack adopted was so sud den as to prevent any possibility of escape, the blow dealt so suddenly as to tender even a cry lor help impossible. The victim was dead and carried oft before his companions knew what had occurred. The most strenous efforts wete made lor her destruction poison, spring guns, and -- dead falls were resorted to, any number of buf faloes were tied up night, and many a time was the fresh trail of a kill taken up in hopes of gaining a .shot at the tigress, but with no further result than that of recovering a mangled or half eatsn corpse. During January nnd Februrary this tigress had killed fifteen or twenty more persons, and at least a file of soldiers was requisitioned to see what force could do to remove this horrible animal, cunning having been found of no avail. On being killed she was found to be a young animal in perThe pad of her left fect condition. forefoot had at one time been deeply cut fiom side to side, but had thoroughly healed leaving, however, a deep scar, which proved her presence wherecvershe roamed.Thewriter mentions one instance in which two cowherders, living in a small grass hut in a somewhat wild forest, were cooking their food in the evening when a tiger sprung on one of them and carried him off. His companion intimidated the animal with shouts and threats and succeeded in making him leave his victim. Carrying his wounded companion into the hut, the man closed the entrance and waited for daylight. But this he never law, for, after a time, the tiger emboldened by the increasing darkness, returned nnd forcing his way into the hut, carried off the uninjured man, who was doubtless doing all he could to ward off the tiger's approach. The otlier who was first seized died ol his wounds nnd of terror the next day, after relating his story to those who had found him. "Of the I have known, none have been old or decrepit animals, driven to feed on human beings because they could not obtain other food. They lived in a coun man-eate- full of game, and wlicre cattle PROFESSIONAL CAM). were plentiful, but they had lost their 3". Ed-wiifear of man, nnd trusting in their superior strength mid cunning, had ATTOHNBV AT LAW, no difficulty in .satisfying their HAKTFOItU, KKNTUCKY. hunger. At the same time they seemed to realise that an nrmed man a. nttxi. J J. a a.wfnpiNd. was dangerous, and that they must be on their guard to avoid falling into n trap. It is this lTAItTFOKD, KY. apparent knowledge of man and his (Office, oter Andereon'a Ilauar.) habits, amounting in some instances Will praetlen their irnroaionliiallthiieoiirla o tupo nnd ndjolalnjt eounliea, and court or tpneala g almost to reason, that tenders n Special attention (men to criminal praetiei and.- collection!. v.niSly tiger so terrible." Eowo -- I vl - - man-eatin- (Uoo licuiirtl Sloe. The readers of this paper will be pleased that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages nnd that" is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requites a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is token internally, acting directly upon the blood nnd mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the discn.se,andgivingthepaticnt strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers, that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send foi list of testimonials. Address, R J. CHUNKY & CO., Toledo. Ohio. Sold by all druggists, 75c. 43.1111 Attorney ut Law, HARTFORD, KY. nlteiillnnglten locnlleelloun. Illtti o north aide puMie aiiiinrc. E.O.OUKFV. Will prnctlce h'a profrrrlon in Ohio an liiKioiiiitiei", and the inurt or I ,i.eil adloln. ripecta a 71 H.D.RING0. y Attorneys at Law. Will pncllco In all courts of Ohio ami adjoining counties, nnd In Hupi rli.r Cimrl and foitrtofAp-pealn- . Collection Hnd all legal biMlne.a attended to. Olllee, Ho. :ii"J L'. Marl.i t tHirtlorl, Ky. Perry Westerfiold AIIORHBY AT T3:.Tzrr&cttiD, zz.'r. IS. 33. "Wead.lxLg-t Piles can be cured, piles will he (Olfioe In Crowder Ilulldlng ) cured, piles arc cured with DeWitt's Will practice hla profeaalon In all the courts of Witch Hazel Salve. An excellent Ohio and ndlolnlnjj counllea. Alan ISotnrr remedy for all skin diseases. L.I5.Hean. I'nl.llo Rosino, IKLy. -- Attorney at Law, nr m A II1111 ST. LOUIS on 11 Ilniili. ' "Those who read about runs on A'lTORNEY AT LAW, banks," said George M. Stanley, "think only of the excitement on one Will Court, al side of the counter, dud have but lit- Ohio praellcehlaprofeaKlonlnailtlio and adjoining counties, nnd In the Court of tle idea ol what goes on on the other Apiieala. Epeci tl attention ulren to collection. Onto, over Williams, Hell A Co' driiglore. side ol it. Some fifteen years ago I was a clerk in a small bank in Montreal, upon whicli there was a steady run. Beyond saying with the Scriptures, 'An enemy hath done this,' c could give no explnution for the attack, because thebank, although small, was in a healthy condition. Kvery LarSBEIfAn large depositor, however, wanted his WM rWiroaaA. e'O'kVVji-- -. .UrVrTSs-""- money out at once, and nn hour Tt "Sri??tfyZVcg closing time it became evident that we could not possibly hold out, unless a large amount ol currency and gold coin could be obtained right away. The cashier mingled with the crowd, and assured the londest talk- OFFICE OVER RED FRONT ers that the bank could pay dollar for Is propared to do all kinds of dollar, and other means were adopted tp allay suspicion. These, however, Dental work at reasonable prices. were of no avail, and the entire staff, which was not very large, realized that the end was near. Just as we -- C&3 AT did this, relief occurred in a very reft v3S&ft . markable manner. "r ft i;i IltS&Kfc BBpTH-i"Our president, who was a man of high standing in the community, F m at i was not at the bank that day, but hearing of the run came in. He was one of those men who was evidently A cut out for a leader or a ruler, and his Adinfluence was felt in a moment. 'PLEASfllT dressing the crowd, he absolutely ignored the danger of suspicion, nud I tS'i t .Jri (L RtfJrAP told those in the rear who were in a SLsnw-- o -L.iLx'AVi-wi'ri- rn iv hurry to bring uptheirchecksto him, THE NEXT MORNING lbv ..'I. fni"T AND COMPLEX ON 13 Br. TEH. r.tv f,ttu MY act. and he would exchange them for his en (be 1 K tin ..'W tr asya It , dtt.il r 1 own personal checks on another and andkk!n.rf,aridlalear.itl.,alil lurtiwu.Mii!, l. ,J2S".?.""1 r,""'' od ' rrtpniul larger bank in the city. Two or three accepted this offer, but the balance of AlldrutBl.ts.ellltataiaan' II3apcV. yj. It the crowd was so impressed witli his iuuvniiM". SlrilltW hitvnt wi.irrree. .t, rtla, III. Lll..urj coolness and evident good faith that ou ii it a v. i. .. :.o v. ;.. V.' UU.VIOU t they seemed rather ashamed of themselves and went away. We closed rKSTLIQUUTT. Kcsrtif qosiitr. up that night with a nominal balance in the safe, but before morning we had secured a large sum in specie, nnd several who had drawn out the afternoon previous paid in their money ngain. The bank is still in existCREAK ence, and is probably as safe ns any small bank in the country." Mr. Xj. KCeaTrrin, Hartford. Ky. 6 Wiif Iffl iSi be-lo- re Tyst&g$& DENTIST. ' SI r j tfixe ,- mimiM hmsimvy 7 "I Wis V.I t. WORMS! 'WHITE'S foci . "4 ' VERMIFUGE FOR 20 YEARS BOLD UVEUVWHKltE. v M Jr-- Pii Has al! Worm Remedies. BtMHSE 10., BT. LOtH. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. J IUMI Double Chloride of Gold Tablets J m I III IbIIbI ."fc WE GUABA5TEE I caroluhnvostilral lty and tbo merits of our Tablets. and Invite the moatas to our reinonalbU- A CURE Vnunt r HUltAEUjn Tfre Quarterly . will complotelydeatroythodeslroforTOnACCO In from Stosdaya. Perfectly harm less, cnuao nu mcKueaa, una may do given in n cup 01 tenor coneo wuuoui me anowe euK oi 1110 iiauuui, nun win voiunmniy nop guiOKingur cuowing in n lew uaya. rtDIlWrrilWl?!?!! onrl MnUDmUl? HaBint eanbecnrliithome.andwlth. imuimuiuiuuu uuu nutllllllllj UUUll oumnyeuon. on me. pun 01 tho patient, by tho uso of our SPECIAL FORMULA QOLD CURB TABLETS, A FEW During treatment patients Are allowed the freo aso or Liquor or Mor- poinouuiii mien unions lucy sniiiiioiuniariiy bivo uioin up. Wo send particulars aud pamphlet of testimonials freo, and shall Testimonials" oaciuu lopmcu nuiicrorairom any 01 menu nnuiis 111 coiniiiuuioa- uon wim pcraons who navooocniurcu uy inouauuiuurxAuiETB. from persons HILL'S TABLETS nro for salo by oil fibst-claburuKumaat i.uo perpacKnRo. who have been If your druttafaldoes not keep them, enclose us al.OO ana wo win scuu you, uy rciurnuiaii,apaciiagooi ' our cured by the use of lUUieia. Wrlto your name nnd address plainly, and stat whether TnbloU aro for Tobacco, Morphluo or x.iiuur jiuuit. DO NOT BB DECEIVED Into purchasing Tub Ohio Chemical Co.t any oi iuu various nostrums unit nro oeiug Iieik sib: I havo been nalnir vour nnoriMi lur unio. ask lur curo for tobacco habit, aud found It would oilier. TABLETS and tako 110xxlXtUa do what you claim for It. I used ten ceuu Manufactured only by tturtli at tIlOHtrolllreatchewlufl, tobacco a day. and Irom ono to flvo cigars) or I would smoko THE- nm ten to lortv nines of tobucco. Ilato chewed nnit mmnlred for twentv flvo veurs. and two DackuKCS it. OHIO CHEMICAL CO, of your Tablets cured mo o. I ha o no dtalre forMlctl. B.M J AYLOUU, Leslie, Dnnns Fesjht. N. Y. A 65 Optra Block, BI, 53 Tne Onto CnEKlCAL Co.t Ocntliimeic Somo tlmirogo t sent for tl.OU worth or your Tablets for Tobacco Habit. I received LIMA, OHIO. .hum nil rlirht ntiit. nil hniltfh I WHfllKllll Q Ue&VVBmOkCrailU CUOWOr. they did the work In less than three iluya. I am cured. FAtlTICULAnS Truly yours, MATIIfiW JOHNSON, P. O. Box 45. I'lTTSnUHOII. l'i. FREE. THROmoCnMICAlCo.: Ocntlimeni It glvca me pleasure to speak a vnnt nf nrutw for vour Tablets. UvBon was strongly aumctea to tno usb 01 was a heavy and llquor.and through friend, 1 was led to try your Tubleta. Ilahooultdrinklng, nuinnf drinker. Tint lifter ualntr vour Tablets but llireodays or any klud. I havo waited four mouth before writing and win not touch llauor you, in order to know tao curo waa permanent. Timum. SlBtlaCoplei, PtrTcar, - . leister of I fine Volumes, g.00 l.5o VM""-Bosn- tftynSBBBV q r &L HlftYlllltf I roiifli "A ..ful, ilml and tlrh-tlai- i pukllotlon. tliuli lth ill. rklr 1.1.0111 l.fotni.llon you I BiiT. SCIIUKMAN, Cra.ll Uaitcrilly, llluu, K. , lb. WIJ. tho .III al "uhirSS? ariliteuill.ddtnillaasirl.t.la mn .t lb. nlii for .lnt vW ,u4 ro.nl t uXiii .opt,. lb. Foi tubKilpil ,nl. , , j. lr, bouo t"uub. CunncNT historv, Ihwuh-ut !.." i. i. . r. FISIIUR, Ticliurr Iltpl . Wiihlifto,. B "'"SI'"". lUwijoliiui kii Hills Tablets. Kt.lrl ttTaoiT.ancM., u. .. crj.a ei Karris' Theater. LOUISVILLE, KY. Mrj. P. llurri.H, R. L. lirillon and T. F. Dean, M'b'is nntl Prop?. Tho only inndcrnly built Tlictiter in tho city. n The only Tliettler pliijinj,' atlrautluiiB nt popular pi ices : Siluntcil nn Wist ettle of 'Itli nvu., between Walnut und Green. PriccH iiOo, 25c, loc anil 10c. first-cla- j i.iii r r 11 N rI TH Ohio Chemical hivo used morphine, EIPONSMLE IGINTS WANTED Cincinnati. Onto. TaMett have performed a mlraclo In my case. liypodermlcally, for seven years, and ,Uavo been cured by tbousotrf W. L. LOTJSQAY. wo packages of your Tablets, aud without any effort on my part. Inwrltln 3 mention THtrOHIO CHEMICAL OiMra BlocK. UMa .Adtlrcsa nil Orders to . ?. I. M and M ui llrnmi'a j;e rtn I'r.ytH'i.iiM iivsvikma lotlls. Gcauln All Jralcra icepit. SI and cru.J icdllaMonwrapptr, bit trade-mar- it iK.'iwidlt, Irfl'i lilllers. (i'r ' .s ., ,"l eft1 ? 1. Nr.gr .. s. i lyv.' JJ .(ft ,t BnffUMiai Hartford Republican FUBUSIIKD EVEHY FRIDAY MORNING. WASHINGTON. The true Relationship Between Science and Christianity G. T. Tins-le- GENERAL NEWS. At Denton, Ky Sol Osborne shot Mr. Cleveland, according to DemoThe Evils of Annual Calls to Pasto- and killed two 1112.1. cratic authority, is about to duplicate rate D. J. K. Maddox. Eitltor and Proprietor JO. B. ROflEIM, his unconstitutional action in sendSam Adlcr, a prominent New York The Duty of Pastors to Teach Jew, committed ing "my personal agent" to Hawaii suicide by hanging. FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1893. by appointing a personal agent to Their People the Duty of Giving Defaulter Jenkins, of Jcflcrsonville, CLEAKING-OU- T take charge of the Government print- W. II. Bell. road to WlJ AUK AUTIIOUIZKD TO ANNOUNCK How Must the Ministers Treat the Iud., has been scon on the ing office and reorganize its entire St. Louis. DAN P. TRACY Grossest Immoralities of the Times? As a candidate for State Senator from working force and system another Dr. J. S. Coleman. At St. Lous John, Haley made two for dismissing Republican emthe Sth Senatorial District, subject to name In the Order of time in the Process attempts to drown himself In the ployes. His reason is stated to be clearing-ou- t the action of the Republican party. Mississippi. that he wisiics this reorganization to of Conversion, Which is Antecedent, Mmc. Lopez, the beautiful Spanish or- - Repentance? L. P. Drake. Wl5 AUK AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE be made by n man who will feci no Faith anyso Is Between Mem- lady, has secured n divorce nt Sioux responsibility to Congressmen or O. SLADE TAYLOR S. D. Of the Cromwell Precinct, as a can- Congress. The personal agent who bers of Different Baptist Churches Falls, A boy was shot and killed by n didate for State Senator from the Sth is to have all the powers of the Public Scriptural? II. P. Brown. All our ministers of Ohio count' Chicago policeman who had fired at a Senatorial District, subject to the Printer without any of his responsit. bility will have no excuse or warrant whose names do not appear on the Republican party. action of the Of 1 10,000 Chinese in this country, of law for existing, only the will ol above program are requested to preTO THE VOTERS 01' OHIO, MUIItEN-HEU- Mr. Cleveland, which appears to be pare on subjects of their own selecless than 14.000 have complied with I am a rapidly taking the place of the con- tion to be delivered at our next meetAND UUTLKU COUNTIES' the Geary law. candidate for Senator in the District stitution. Congress in its wisdom ing. We J. S. Coleman, Ch'in'n. Father McGlynn is on the way Being a enacted a law compelling the Public composed of your counties. home from Rome. It is said he will nim'l Ynu Kitinr Republican, I will submit my claims Printer to give a bond of $100,000 That to have perfect health you must return to his old church. to the Convention of that party. So- the lagest with one exception given have pure blood, and the best way to It is positively denied that the liciting the support of all Republic- by any United States official for the have pure blood is to take Hood's President will call an extra session of ans in the Convention, I am, faithful discharge of his responsible Sarsaparilla, the best blood purifier Congress before not September. Yours truly, duties. This law will be ignored if and strength builder. It expels all Two bad crevasses have occurred in D. Gui'i'Y. E. Mr. Cleveland's personal agent is giv- taint of Scrofula, salt rheum and all the levee near New Orleans, one of Hartford, Ky., June 29, 1893. en all the authority of the Public other humors, and at the same time which will cause incalculable trouble. required to give the builds up the whole system and gives Printer and not IT, ,N. Ilriiirlniriit f AKrtcullurp Salt and "water h one of the lust The Fourth! same bond. The resignation of the nerve strength. Wrnthrr Itiirriiu. remedies for sore eyes ami if applied Weather and crop bulletin of the present Public Printer, Mr. Palmer, Hood's Pills may be had by mail in time will scatter the inflammation. Kentucky The Glorious Fourth! Weather Service for the has been at Mr. Cleveland's disposal for Is it possible a Top Buggy villi d Dash Rail, Scat Rail, Handles, 25c. of C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, The first wooden bridge, so far as week ending June 26, 1893: for months. His term expired more Mass. mud itanus dim snail l ips, lor above price I Fourth of July! The Glorious The weather of the week was favorknown, was the Sublimit bridge at than a month ago. m n t--j c o The Soldiers Reunion will bo held Rome, built in the seventh century. able to all farming interests. There are a number of Democrats The alv. R x at tho Fair Grounds next Tuesday, at present in Washington, including A tramp steamer is on the way temperature was somewhat below the the Fourth. several Congressmen, who are in from Hamburg to New York with Soo normal, and the amount of sunshine !r n x c open rebellion against so much of the Russian Jews refused by the regular received very near the average amount. O Collector Powers' first appoint- Chicago Democratic platform as it deMost portions of the stntc were favoru lines. K V. C V. O, r. C ment is that of Cnl Thomas, a negro, clared protection to be unconstitu n ed with showers at intervals during M John Connors, in the employ of the to be janitor of the Custom House. tional. These Democrats not only the week. Though in the main well Wabash railroad company, at SpringHe g Thomas is a native of Hartford and believe protection to be constitutionP., field, 111., was killed ny an engine at distributed, they were heaviest in the I.iiiii Wise Until. Bluegrass Counties and in the southbears the unenviablo notoriety of bet al, but they believe it to be absolutely that place. evansvilli: standard. rt .1 ern sections of the state. The aver ing the only Democratic negro in essential to the perservation of indus-drie- s One more well known charactcrhas A. S. Arnold, of Leaven worth, Kan., ' age lor tuese parts was about in the already well established Owensboro. H. C. Pace was also an 50 succumbed to death, and Lum Wise, shot his wife and then commuted suiinches. While the extreme eastern Write for our New 80 page Catalogue of all kinds of Vehicles. United States, not to mention new applicant for the same place. jaireer. runner, is no more.. cide. It is thought Mrs. Arnold canAuilress and western sections received a sufones. They are citizens of Louisiana inc water Monday SOUTHERN BUGGY ficient amount for all needs, it was It .is well that the people have a engaged in sugar planting and they edLast being night Lum was arrest- not recover. for drunk, and Tuesday he Captain S. F. Re Iniond, of Co. G. considerably less than in the lwrtions CINCINNATI. OHIO. U. S. A. day specially set apart for the purpose are here to impress upon Mr. Cleve went to jail to serve an eleven day Fourth regiment, Kansas National first named. 3 of contemplating the history of land and, Secretary Carlisle and other Rev R. A. Crowe will fill his resr- - L SEND twelve cents in postage The wheat harvest is now in full the country, the deeds of her heroes Democrats who are to have a hand in sentence. He was in a bad condition Guard, was killed by the premature f sla,"I)S to39Corcor.u1 Iluilding.Wash- when he went over, and has been discharge of a cannon progress in the eastern and northern ular apixrintntent at Victory Church and the achievements of her states- preparing the new Tariff bill the necington, I) C, and you will receive growing steadily worse. He had an Private Secretary Thurber denies counties, and is about completed in nt 1 o'clock a. m. next Sunday. or men. Sach a day is the Glorious essity of putting a Tariff of 1 four copies of Kate Field's Washingattack of delirium tremens, and all day that the President is suflenng from other sections of the state. Reports Mht'iit Threoliliiir. Fourth. Come out and assist in niak 2 cents a pound upon foreign sugar, yesterday Dr. Korthy was busy with ton, containing matter of special inobesity or that his health is in any would indicate that upon the whole, We take this method of informing the if the present bounty upon domestic ing things pleasant for the old solterest. Give name and address, and way impaired. the crop is up to the average, and in people of the southern part of the sugar is to be abolished. From the him giving him medicine. where you saw this advertisement. ly diers. Wise grew rapidly worse until about above it will be seen that there will The county that we are belter than ever Harry lames, an employe of the many sections in excess of it. 10 o'clock, when he was a raving ma"There is a salve forevcry wound." city of Detroit, who had been found principal complaints of shortage come prepared to dotheirthrishing, having The young scoundrels who rang the be Democrats fighting for protection, niac. It required the combined efforts to be an embezzler, committed suicide from a few of the central counties. In purchased of Taylor & Co , of Heav We refer to DeWitt's Witch Hazel as well as Democrats fighting for Free Court House bell Monday night had of Sheriff Richardt and Jailors Sween Boyle, Bourbon, Crittcndon, MuhlenSalve, cures burns, bruises, cuts, iner Dam, a new Aultnian-Taylo- r as well own up to their devilment Trade when Congress takes up the ey and Grainger to control him at all. by shooting himself question this fall. Tariff Eight fireman were more or less in- berg and Clark counties complaint is Thresher. We have also purchased a dolent sores, as a local application in first ns last for public opinion has He was "If I were one of the pensioners a watch put into the padded cell and jured by an explosion of neptha in made ol injury from rust, and in new Traction Engine and will run he nostrils it cures catarrh, and them spotted. The good people of kept on him all night. The cures piles. L. B. Beau. dropped," said a California lawyer, by steam. a building in New York, where fire Spencer county some damage has re our thresher hereafter town need protection from such iu sulted from blighted heads. in Washington on a pleasure trip, Sheriff retired about midnight, leav- was in progress. With Thanking the people for their very .Villri-- . suits and annoyanccs,and they should these exceptions, the reports received liberal patronage of the pist seven or by reason of the reversal of the con- ing orders that he should be aroused The Executive Committee of the Workiugnieii and police clashed in demand it in a manner that cannot struction placed upon arc of a very favorable tone. eight years and hoping for a contin- People's Party, of Ohio county, arc the disability, if Lum became worse. be misunderstood. About 3 o'clock in the morning the an Austrian town with terrible reFavorable reports as to the condi- uance of the same, we are, Resp'y, not of service origin, clause of the requested to meet at Hartford on sults, one officer being killed and a tion of oats and barley continue to be ex- - patient became much easier, but the E. E Roor.us. Siturday, July the Sth, at 1 o'clock score wounded on each side. Elsewhere will be found the an act of 1890 by Gen. Raum and received, and while in sonic sections Secretary Xoble, I should appeal to improvement only lasted for a short J. B. Roc.i.its. p. m., ns important business will liouncement of Hod. E. D. Gully as Hon. Jeff Chandler thinks the Dem- of the state the crop is below the avPrcntis, Ky. the courts for the proper construc- time. At six o'clock he was so bad come before that body. Let us have a candidate for the Senate in this tion of the law. I do not pretend to that the Sheriff was called. He sent ocratic party has a golden opportuni.m erage in amount, it is of a uniformly a full attendance. Senatorial District. Mr. Gufly needs Tlic.ntltr llollilny which is right, but certainly both messengers for Dr. Korthy and Mrs. ty to clinch its hold on the masses good quality. I lay is also an excelsay F. W. PiKTi.it, Ch'in'n. Will lie celebrated by grand ntnning no introduction to the Republicans of cannot be. Wise.but they did not reach the jail un- by solving the money question. lent crop Noble, is I W. G. Fui.kkhson, Scc'y. races at Evansville. The races this the District, being well acquainted think, a better lawyer than Secretary til 8 o'clock,and Lum was dead before A gigantic conspiracy involving sevCom is now in a most promising their arrival. HimiI 'n tiling. over the three counties. He is one Hoke Smith, and Gen. Raum's reputaeral government officials to smuggle condition, the favorable weather of year will be, by all odds, the most To those who have wool to be made Wise had been a runner for differ- in Chinese aud opium has been un- the past week having permitted the interesting and exciting ever held in of the most prominent lawyers of tion as a lawyer is as good, if not the Green River country, is an active quite so high as Judge Lochren, his ent Water Street hotels for a number earthed in the I'uget Sound district. completion of the work of cultivating Indiana. They open on the Fourth into rolls, I will say that my carding and continue until the Fifth, aud ev- machine is 111 perfect condition and is Republican and will go into the Con- successor at the head of the Pension of years, and has been a steady Anarchists whom he had discharged it. The crop is generally small, but drinker. He was doing very well patially wrecked the dwelling of Ju- looks vigorous and is of good color. erything possible has been done by doing excellent work. I have a first-clas- s vention with a strong followiug. office. Noble and Raum put one conthe Association to insure complete man in charge aud respectfully until a few weeks ago, when hisbroth-e- r lius Kunitzer, at Lodez, seventy-fiv- e The last of the late crop was planted struction on this law and Smith and came to visit him. Then Lum miles from Washington, by dynamite. during the week. No complaints of success. The price of admission to solicit your patronage. We announce Mr. C. S. Taylor, of I.ochrcn another that is directly opthe ground s has been placed at 50 J. W. Rac.wnd. any detrimental influences arc made, Cromwell, ns a caudidate for the Re posite. Now the courts should be went on a hard and long spree, which The mother, grandfather, cents, which includes a seat in the Rosine, Ky.,June 21, 1893. culminated in his death. Mrs. Wise and at the present outlook, the prospublican nomination for Senator from given a whack at it." and Grand Stand, where spectators can has been in a measure prepared for this District. Mr. Taylor is most Representative Caruth, of Kentucky, of a It is a truth in medicine that the baby at Ru- pect for a finecrop is very favorable. see the entire track start to finish. his demise, yet was much prostrated Tobacco planting was completed in popular where he is best known. He is one Democrat who believes that smallest dose that performs a cure is ral Rttreat, Ya., all live under the There will be five excitintr races when she was informed that he had the western and southern counties of best' DeWitt's Little Early Risis a successful farmer, a moral, up- Mr. Cleveland may again be the Pressame roof. each day besides a grand Steeple the gone hence. the state and the work of transplantidential candidate of his party. When ers are the smallest pills, will perfonn right christian gentleman, a good There is a belief that seventeen No inquest will be held, as he had ing is being pushed for.vard vigor Chase. This will be an cventof great the cure, and are the best. L.B.Bean. speaker and a good Republican. He some gentlemen were discussing the medical attendance. American Christians convicted by ously in other sections. It is thought importance aud there is scarcely a has in him tho making of an exoel availability of Governor Flower, of Turkey, will be shot or poisened unthat by the end of the present week, doubt that half of thepeopleof South Anllrc rroliilililnnUln. less England or America interferes lent representative of tho people, and New York, and several western men The Prohibitionists of the Fourth the entire crop will be in the ground. ern Indiana will be present during ExtriictH from Tonn 'I'm tier. Mr. Caruth after expressing his opinpersonally. his friends are enthusiastic in his supCongressional District will meet in O, yes! those young bloods who That portion of it which was planted the festivities. ion as to the probable caudidate reMgr. Statolli, who is at Omaha, Cheap excursions will be run on all Convention in the Court House port. rang the Court House bell Monday early in the season is growing rapidin marked significantly: "All this, I Elizabothtown on July the ath, begin-in- g night arc nice fellows, they are dais- has received a copy of the pope's ly and the present condition of the the Toads aud slcamlioat lines. and he says it emphatically is said that while the Ohio want to add, is on the presumption, It ies. So kind and thoughtful of other promptly nt 2:30 p. 111. Come soil will permit the newly set plants Thr llliio mill fJriiy. county pie hunters were on their pil- of course, that Mr. Cleveland will people's peace and quietude; so pub- indorses Archbishop Ireland's posi- to take roots at once. No complaints aud let us do something for Prohibinot consent to allow his name to be The magazine which began publition on the school question. grimage last week to tho Blarney tion, the only friend of humanity, and are made of injury from insects or cation under presented for the third term." In lic spirited. Yes, indeed boys, your the above name in JanuRichatd Kerens, Republican NaStone of the Owensboro District.Col-lecto- r other words, Mr. Caruth does not be- act was exceedingly smart; it was in tional Committeeman from Missouri, other causes this week, and planters ary, is very rapidly coming to the the only existing foe of the liquor Powers was ill and gave it out traffic, that tlirawls the future of our are generally well pleased with the front as one of lieve that any other man can get the such good taste; it was so in keeping the most popular boys and that he could receive no calls, but nomination if Mr. Cleveland wants with your depraved nature; so much is in New York on business relating prospects for the crop. girls, degrades the nation, American Monthlies. As its name to the opening of permanent Nationnnd causes a greater carnage than one of our pilgrims, the story goes, it, and there is but little doubt about like your three quarter inch forehead, The fruit outlook is not so favorable implies, it is devoted principally to al Republican headquarters in that and it was funny, too. So funny to forced .himself into the unwilling his wanting it. as it was last week. Grapes and reminiscences and original stories of either pestilence or famine. disturb everybody in town and scare city. W. M. Likkns, Ch'in'n. plums arc rotting nnU falling off very the late presence and informed tho great Col Paymaster John C. Sullivan, of the war, written by the survivors them with the sound of the fire Tin" Xeu roper. . badly in Fayette, Boyle and Pulaski lector that the said pilgrim would navy, who received a lot of unenviaof both sides. The illustrations comMan- - Persons I have just overhauled the large counties. Reports relative to peaches pare very favorably with help tho Collector fill his bond, and ble notoriety and so narrowly escaped alarm. You are brilliant chaps indeed. ire broken down l.om orerwnrkorboutobcld those of the grocery house recently purchased from arc somewhat r" ltrowit'8 Iron Hitters conflicting, but is older magazines, as do also d that ho wished a place. To this, being for criticising You have about brains enough to fi,l the charnlmlld the ptom, aid dlnfitlon, removes a musiaru seeu nnu iney are 01 a very Wi'liams Bros on Market Street, and thought that the crop will be good of bile, oiul euro malaria. (i( the genuine. dame rumor says, Josh replied that the action of the Harrison Adminishave opened up one of the largest except in a iaw localities. The com- acter of the articles. It is one of the tration in dealing with Canadian cheap variety. You ought to be arhe had been appointed Collector him and most complete lints of General plaint of the scanty of apples in gen- most interesting publications of the The most intelligent people of our self and for that reason claimed the poachers in Behring Sea, is 'now to rested and fined and but forthe symday to both old and young. The community recognize in DeWitt's pathy the people have for the good Groceries, Hardwaie, Tinware, etc., eral. court-martibe tried by a upon a privilege of making his own appointregular price is 25 cents per month, Little Early Risers pills ofunequaled ever brought to Hartford. I appreGardens still look well and the crop but the Cincinnati Tribune charge embezzling people who are so unfortunate as to Company merit for dyspepsia, headache and ments nud also of choosing his bonds, more serious be closely connected with you by ciate the patronage I have received in of potatoes will be very large and of Very small, jierfcct in 12,000 of Government funds. has made an exclusive contract for its constipation. men and then the pilgrim absquatuthe jrast and insure to my customers excellent quality. action. L. B. Bean. Fiiank Bukkb, iy Of course nothing can restore the kinship and otherwise, you would territory, by which the regular readlated. groDirector Weather Buteau. lives ofthose who were killed in the ac have ere this been in the cold harsh the newest, freshest aud best of ers of The Tribune can secure the ceries on the market, and special bar WwrM'N Fntr riillniillirojiliiti., cident at Ford's Theatre, but it is a hands of the law, as all Blue and Gray for the remarkably low gains in all lines. Call nud sec for! ST. l'AUL DAILY NEWS. satisfaction to the families of the ought, of right to be. price of 10 cents per . month. Full Respectfully, Our good people have noticed for a yourself. second-pian- o, Messrs. Boddie Bros., wealthy Chi- victims to know that as far as the particulars as to how the Blue nnd A. D. White. cago gentlemen, having the interest coroner's jury can do it, the respon-sibilst- y year or two the continued effrontery Gray can be obtained at this price can of the city at heart, and desiring to for the wholesale murder has of an abuse on our streets, which long I'onNt lll- - ltltiil. be found in any issue of The Daily Rev. E. A. Ross, an evangelist front disprove the falsity of the statement been placed upon Col. Ainsworth, ago should have been nipped in the Tribune. that only in boarding houses can be chief of the Records and Pension divi- bud. It is quite common to see a fel- St. Louis, in connection with Rev. found moderate priced accommodaAll admirers of tho genius and sion of the War department, who was low "put over the box," and pad- Frank Hartford, is carrying on a fifcharming personality of the late Edtions during the World's Hair, remod- in charge of the building; G.W.Dant, dled. This may be funny to those teen days meeting nt the Methodist win Booth will find pleasure in readeled and furnished nt great expense the contractor who made the excava- who indulge in it, but it is quite dis- Church, Fordsville. Rev. Ross was a one of their famous absolutely fire- tion, which was the direct cause of gusting to those who have some sense prominent newspaper man in St. ing the criticisms of this scholar and Statement of the Condition proof business structures, located cor- the falling of the floors; W. E. Covert of propriety and good taste. actor, written by Morton Cnsseday, Little Louis previous to his entering the W THE and published in the July number of ner of Franklin and Jackson streets, and F. Sasse, superintendent and en- boys and young men even are seized ministry. His .sermons are plain, Fetter's Southern Maga.ine. The arwithin short walking distance of the gineer respectively of the wrecked and held down while some one or practical aud forceful presentations of ticle is ably written aud finely illusUnion Depots, Theatres, 1'ostoffice, building, each of whom is now un- two of the tormentors belabor him the truth. The meeting isawakening trated, The fiction in this number Board of Trade, Steam, Elevated, Ca- der $10,000 bail to await the action of with boards or sections of goods boxes considerable interest already, and the At I ho Clone of UuNlneM, Jiui- will interest our readers. An nrticle ble Roads and Steamboats to the the grand jury. or barrel staves. Such practices are commodious church is crowded to its linry 7, 1N93. Mrs. L. Toxcnxcnd utmost capacity every night. A on Ceramics is instructive, nnd is insulting to ladies who pass on the World's Fair.furnishednewly throughIUsliigSun, Delaware. beautifully illustrated. out 500 rooms, superb parlors, elevatstreets, besides keeping thelittleboys great revival may be expecteJ. Madison RESOURCES. IliiplUt .WlnlNlrrM IliNtitutr. Good Family Medicines Cawein, Hugh nnd Val Starnes and Hills discounted ors, electric lights, exhaust fans to The Ohio County Ministers' Insti- in constant dread of being scorched 870,911.82 I'ourlli or July others contribute poems, and Hester Real estate keep cool entire building, named this tute will convene at West Providence with the paddle. Boys, it is in very bad Comes but once a year, but when it 3,000.00 Hood's Sarsaparilla and Hood's Higbee writes two property The Great Western Hotel, Church, Tuesday alter the second taste and you should be more thought- does it brings good cheer. Buyers of short papers, which Furniture and fixtures. . . . 1,000.00 Pills. and invite the public to take their Sunday in July. The following is ful. "I regard Hood's Sarsuimrllla and Hood's will interest Southern readers, al- Uonds and Bank Stock . . 1,341.07 Shoes will find good cheer at Schap-mire- 's Debts in suit nil'), tho very best family medicine, ami wo though they may excite controversy. 743.64 choice of rooms for $1.00 per day, the program for the meeting: aro novcr without tlicin. I Imvo always been Shoe Store. Cash on haud 14,117.78 Fetter's is establishing itself with Cash in other Banks children 5 12 fifty cents. Elegant A Dellcato Woman Do you read the testimonials pubThe Doctrine of Election as Taught 17,280.68 Itimrlliilt. and began taking Hood's SarsaparllU tliroo each issue as one of the best magarestaurant and dining rooms where in the Scriptures A. G.Davis. lished in behalf of Hood's SarsaparilLast Monday quite a number of years ago for that tired feeling. It built mo up zines ol this country, and worthy of fine meals are served at 50 cents, or n $108,395.49 The Doctrine of Predestination ns la? They are thoroughly icliable and Hartford's older citizens wen taut with so quickly nnd so well that I feci llko a dlllcrclit woman mid havu always had great faith In it I special support by Southern people. la carte at very moderate prices. wortny your confidence. fr the boys to the ball grounds, and in LIABILITIES. Taught in the Scriptures A.B.Smith. plve It to my children whenevi r there seems any w 1th There should be less heard or known blood, and It doct them good. Capital stock dulged in n lively game of base ball trouble boy their It so well lie cries for. it. I Is Repentance in the order of ConMy little 830,000.00 likes The Owensboro Messenger says: of extortion nud imposition connect- version prior to, cannot tlnd words to tell how highly I prize It. Deposits IMPORTANT! 72,486.85 wun tne uoys. Among tiiem were Wo uso Hood's nils In Uie family aud they or following after "All the Jonahs in town who have Dividends unpaid ed with the World's Fair were there 1,144.00 Regeneration T. M, Morton., I will be at Rochester July the loth, Capt S. K. Cox, Judge John P. MorAct Like a Charm failed in business on their own ac- Duo other Banks more public spirited, fair minded men 4.30 I take pleasure In recommending these medi- count, or been discharged by their Discount The Duty of a Young Minister to to remain only a short time will be ton, Sheriff J. P. Stevens, Liveryman and Exchange,, in Chicago as are the owners and pro413.01 cines to all my friends, for I believe If people C. L. Field, JudgeJ. S. Glenn, and employers for general worthlessness, Undivided Profits 4,340.73 prietors of The Great Western Hotel. Avail Himself of Every Possible Ad- prepared to do nil kinds of Photograph while he is not very old, Counwill be nfter Collector Powers for a L. Our readers should write as soon as vantage for work. I make a speciality of Cabinet ty Clerk, Rowan Holbiook was along, 8108,395.49 job. They know they arc failures in possible to secure rooms, for they are W. Tichenor. Sarsaparilla and Hood's only keep What Scriptural Authority Have Photos. I use the instantaneous pro- too. Capt. Cox carried off the batting wouldat timid as Hood's much sickness and snf. life but they think their country owes wo do, l'llla being taken up rapidly. 48 6t terlncwnuld ho prevented." Jlus. I Towns- - them a living. Of such is we for the Transaction of Business, cess for making baby pictures. You honois, Sheriff Stevens the fielding A dividend of $4,00 per share Is not the JtNP, JtlJlng Bun, Delaware. e Fire destroyed a building at Chi- - which is Legitimate Work ol the will find me located in an elegant laurels nnd all the others did make-u- p of a successful ndtuinistra now due aud payable on demand. Hood's Pills aot easily, yet promptly and base running. It was a great game. cago entailing $300,000 loss. Church J. T. Casebier. A. D. Taylor. Photograph Car. Oclenuy, on the liver and bowels. 2Co tion." d.,K, Cox, President -n pick-pockeG FOURTH OF JULY. On and after this day we will inaugurate a SALE of CLOTHING for the season and for 30 days we will positively give .prices, which means GOOD, FASHIONABLE SUITS at prices greatly reduced that body can tell just what he is doing. This does not mean a lot of CHEAP JOHN shoddy stuff, but we have a limited number of fine suits that WILL GO. Also a few cheap suits out of line at purchaser's own prices. mean just what we say, and all we ask is that you call and look through. COME AT ONCE. Respectfully, IHIOCIEZEIK Silver-plate- 8z, CO. $37,50 SOUTHERN QUEEN $37.50 No applicant lowed to enter Teachers Examination on second day. oa so Sopg 1 -- THE 00. r- - . 1 1- js gteat-grandfath- ' court-martiale- For Sale! good A hand for cash. cheap Apply at this office. BANK" HARTFORD Hood's :- - Cures gilt-edg- VT iiiV. j'jy. -- .V .t V f m 'A CET RID SALE!' The remainder of Fair Bros. & Co 's Millet seed at J. W. Ford & Co's. Feed Store,' at $1.00 per bushel. We can fit you in a suit of Clothes at n price that will suit your pur&e. Cakson & Co. PERSONAL W. II. Moore went to Evansville last week. ROSINE. SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK " Must be moved to make room for their FALL AND WINTER PURCHASES We would advise all our friends and customers to take advantage of Our Annual Clearance Sale - And lay in your Challies, Ginghams, Plain and Fancy India Linens, Dimities, Laces, Ribbons, ii illinery, Summer Weight Clothing, Slippers, in fact, all . (3-c.od- .s- 7- , ' 4 w Moderate Weights ears Because they know that we put prices away below quality, ai d to Many people will take advantage of these T. L. Baird, Horse Branch, was in town Saturday. We nre in fu'l blast by wattcrat the Col. J. S. R. Wedding was in Green-vill- c Water ' ill. Bring on your grain Monday. and wod. J. W. Ford & Co. Miss Mallic Stevens is visiting relA. D. White has now completely renovated the store" house recentlv atives near Liberty. W. C. Ashley, Stanley, Daviess purchased by him of Williams Bros., and has opened up a big btock of gro- county, was in town this week. ceries, hardware, tinware, etc. D. E. Ward nnd wife, of near town, He will be pleased to sec his friends in were pleasant callers Wednesday. his new quarters. Attorney M. L. Heavrin attended Clarence Smith, formerly with the Federal Court nt Owcnsboro this Cooper, Sutton & Co., Fordsville, has week. accepted a position with Hockcr & Prof. J. D. Coleman, of the FrankTabor. Clarence is well known to fort City Schools, is visiting his the trading public in and around parents. Fordsville as a most reliable nud Mrs. W. H. Moore and son, Willie, obliging salesman. We wish him arc visiting the family of Dr. E. W. much success in his new position. Ford, Fordsville. Mrs. Dana Miller, Beda, and Mrs. Special effort is being made by the Hartford Lecture Club to make the Luther Ward, of Illinois, were pleasSam Jones lectures of July 25th and ant callers Wednesday. 26th a success. The large and comMiss Eva Lindley, of Livermore, is modious tobacco house of J. H. Nave, visiting her Ellen known ns the Riley factory, has been Barnett, of No Creek. secured and put in the best possible Hon. C. S. Taylor, of Cromwell, order for the occasion. Two lectures, was shaking hands with his many comfortable seats and good ventila- friends here yesterday. tion are assured. The subjects for Mrs. Mary Duncan, of McIIcnry, each night will be announced next visited her daughter, Mrs. F. L. Feweek and tickets for reserved seats lix, the first of the week. are now on sale at William, Bell Mrs. Virgil Taylor and children, & Co's. Drug Store. If you fail to who have been visiting her mother, hear Jones you will miss the opportunity of your life. He is the greatest Mrs. Baitd, returned to Louisville Tuesday. man of the present day. Miss Tassie Brown, of Ovveusboro, Miss Cinderella Whittinghill was who Ins been visiting Miss Maimee appointed at Rosine Bennett, retured home Tuesday, aclast Saturday. The people of that companied by Miss Annie Fogle. community feel satisfied in every Miss Lula Johnson left Monday for way as regards the matter. Miss Greenville, where she will attend the Whittinghill is thoroughly compe- teachers' examination, preparatory to tent to fill the place and the people of teaching in Muhlenberg this fall. Rosine and vicinity have all confiMiss Sillic Crawford, Millwool, dence in her ability, she having been assistant under M. S. Ragland, who is spending a couple o! weeks in the city with friends and in comhas made one of the best Post-ma- s ters Ohio county has ever had. The pany with Miss Flora Ross, is young lady-- possesses all the busi- now visiting Miss Maimee Reid, ness qualifications necessary to insure Smallhouse. grand-mother.Mr- s. Post-mistre- m get any of our Summer simply a big bargain. Goot1 is The Bargain House of Ohio County. FAIR BROS. & CO. Shoes made to order nt Schapinire's. If you wish to have a good time at White lor Groceries. the Reunion leave your horse at Case-bie- r & Burton's. liny your Shoes at Schapinire's. : Co July 4tli. Casebier & Burton will gladly feed Visit Eair Hros and care for all horses lelt at their lluy your clothing nt Halm's and stable on the 4th. get n bargain. Miss Sudie Anderson closed a very The clothing has to go at Kahn's successful school at Taylor School-hous- e clothing house. last Friday. The heat doesn't cxpind l'air Bros. The Hartford House is prepared to & Co.'s prices entertain those who may call during The best goods lor the least money the Reunion, July 4U1. nt Orson & Co.'s. Remember that when you are in All old Comrades will be welcome own Tuesday that Kahn's is the nt Tracy & Son's. lace to buy goods cheap. Tiny your hats at Kahn's if you I,ook at our Luster coats and vests; want a bargain. they will be sold at bargains. Kaiin. A mighty interesting sale is going on at Fair Hros. & Co. Our Mulls and Swisses are going Tracy & Sou will be headquarters at prices to suit every one. Cakson & Co. lor old soldiers July 4th. There is nothing fast about Fair S. C. Stevens rejwrts the Library Bros. & Co.'s Clothing except the work progressing nicely. color. There is no fading in them. Ice for sale at any time and any For a good feed, a good horse, a tf quantity, at Williams Bros, good buggy, a good rigor conveyance Flags, bunting and other 4th July to and from Beaver Dam, call on Casegoods nt Fair llros. & Co. bier & Burton. Headquarters tor old soldiers, nlso ' Deputy Sheriff Jo. T. Taylor made for groceries at Tracy & Son. two more arrests Monday near Magan Go to White's new Groceiy for ev- of parties accused of being .connected erything in the grocery line with the recent band of White Caps. FRIDAY, JUNK 30, 1893. her success where ever she goes, and A Call. Rosine may, indeed, consider herself E. D. Gupi'v, Hartford, Ky. Sir: Recognizing your qualificafortunate in securing such n one to tion we request you to become a canfill this position. didate for Senator in the District com TIip Reunion. The Soldiers Reunion here July the posed of Ohio, Muhlenberg and But- 4th, promises to be the greatest af- ler counties, and pledge you our fair Hartford has had "for many aday. support. This June 24, 1893: John Leisure, Preparations are being made for John Phipps, Dan Hicks, the entertainment of a large crowd. WoodTinsley, G. C. Leisure, Jas. Tinsley, The FairCompanyhave donated their W. H. New comb, beautiful grounds and if the weather U. S. Ncwcomb, is favorable, as it promises to be, an C. W. Newcomb, B. E. Richardson, C. Richardson, O. B. Leisure, immense crowd will be present. Sev- E. Jns.-B- . W. S. Tinsley, Webb, eral Cornet Bands have consented to A. L. Ward, J. F. T. Ward, come and dispense sweet music forthe T. E. Webb. day. A corps of nble speakers will E. E. Tinsley, anothhr cam,. on hand to orate and othcrw isc be will be E. D. Gurrv, Haitford, Ky. entertain. . Refreshments Sir: Recognizing your qualificathere in richest profusion, while the dinner will be immense. Come ev- tion and fitness, we request that you become a candidate for State Senator erybody and help the old soldiers in the District composed of Muhlenrousthe Blue and the Gray have a ing good time. Fair Grounds Tues- berg, Butler and Ohio counties, and pledge you our support. This June day, July 4. About the Kennloii. I have read with much interest of the arrangements which nre being made for a of the old soldiers joint both the Blue and the Gray at Hartford on the coming fourth of July. Hartford and Ohio county sent out many gallant men to do battle in the late .war, and their names and deeds should not be permitted to lapse into oblivion during the lifetime of the present generation and, indeed, not at all. The Union had no more gallant defenders than Captain Preston Morton and John W. Hill, both of whom sealed their devotions to thir flag nnd their country with their lives. One on the bloody field of Shiloh and the other in the heroic delence of Knoxvillc, while in the cause of the Confederacy, Captain Wm. G. Mitchell, handsome, accomplished and brave, laid down his promising young life at Shiloh, while genial nnd gallant Fieldcn Foreman heroricly met a sudden death at and dashing Craven Peyton gave up his young life at Hartsville. Nor should those gallant soldiers of the Union, Col. Cicero Maxwell, Capt. Henry M.Bennett.Lieutenant John G. Ferguson, Tom Alex Barnett, Watt Lawton and Andy Barnett, who died of disease and wounds, be forgotton, nor those no less gallant Confederates, John Berry man, Sam Brooks, Jim Mitchell and Billy Harris. These men were friends and neighbors before the war thein people are neighbors and friends now and their fame should be'a common heritage of Ohio county and all should unite in sincerely la- menting their fate and in keeping alive in the memory of man their names and deeds. The correspondent from this place has been silent for a few weeks, but let not the Rr.PunucAV's many renders judge our booming little town by that, for we still have plenty of news. Misses Addie Thompson, Hottou, and Dair.y Stevens, BcaverDatn, visited friends here Friday and Saturday. Miss Stella Truman, of Fordsville, is visiting the family of Mrs. Whittinghill. Our popular Deputy Sheriff, J. Burch Taylor, vas in town Mrs. R. R. Wedding, Beaver Dam, was here on business last week. Mrs. Wedding is a hustler and is the right woman in the right place. Mrs. Josie Whittinghill is the guest of her sister, Mrs. James Byers. Qulte.a number of our young people attended the picnic at Horse Branch last Saturday. Miss Ida Ragland is visiting relatives at Olaton this week. C. H. Tally and family left Tuesday for Louisville, where they will make their honie. Mr. Tally is one of our best business men and we regret very much to lose him and his estimable lady from our midst. Miss Sarah Caveney is visiting Miss Sallie Curley. Mr. Byron Wedding, who was hurt by falling from a tree on the iSth, is improving. Mrs. E. D. Gufiy and Miss Hcnnie Gunthcr, Hnrttord, are visiting Miss Annie Allen. Ulys Ragland says he loves the fairer sex, but nevertheless, he will never be fool enough to help pull a "hand-ca- r three miles up gradeand blister his hands again for any five girl he ever saw. J. E. Hammonds, of Louisville, visited friends here Saturday and Sunday. Miss Belle Whittinghill leaves in a few weeks for Reynolds Station, where she will conduct its public school. Reynolds will gain nn excellent teacher and Rosine will lose one of its most beautiful young ladies. Miss Rhea Acton was in town shop- June 26. NOTICE! I, M. L. Heavrin, Administrator, of N. P. Wedding, deceased, will offer for sale by public auction, at the farm of T. J. "Wedding, on to-da- y. Between 9 o'clock a. m. and 6 p. m., all the personal property owned by N. P. Wedding at his death and not devised by will, consisting of a lot of Hogs, Sheep and Young Cattle, also Two Yoke of Oxen and Log Wagon; a lot of Corn, &c. Terms of sale made known on day of sale. This28th day of June, 1893. M. L. HE AVRIU, Adm'r of N. P. Wedding, i. D. WILLIAMS ping to-da- ' General -- . J Miss Rosa Thomas is visiting relatives near Horton. A. E. White was in town Friday and Saturday. Miss Minnie Crowder visited friends near Horton last week. Mrs. Rilla Carpenter, of Phil pot, Daviess county, returned home last week, after a several days visit to relatives and friends at this place. Miss Bartina Raley is visiting the family of David Black, near Hartford. iQeaver Dam, !3Ly. Blacksmith All kinds ol Repairing done on short notice and at most reasonable rates. HORSE-SHOEIN- G A SPECIALTY. Misses Sadie and Mamie Crowder returned home last week after a pleasant visit to the Mt. Pleasant neighborhood. Hurrah, for Dan F. Tracy and the Hartford Republican! Agent for the Kansas City Complete Circuit, All Steel, Mounted Hay Press, Disc Harrows, Osborne Mowers and Hakes. Margueriti;. Editor Riuhjumcan: 22, 1893: M M Likens, Thos. McDanicl, Thomas Peach, U G Ragland, WW Hall, Steve Kendall, D C Allen, Sam Wallace, M S Ragland, Thomas Bryant, J F Allen, A S Kcown, J L Liles, J WEzell, J O Haynes, A C Thomas, W M Watson, W M Burden, WSWood, J R Ashford, Jno. Curley, W Leach, J T Arnold, Mort English, G S Cobb, S D Shelby, a, S D Dennis, J W Clark, J W Peach, S L Kane, Geo. Kuykendoll, S J Wedding, F M Havens, C W Crume, H L Her, J H Stewart, C G Crowder, John Johnson, Sr. W C Leach, Chas. Leach, J W Burden, R M Lucktown, J S McDaniel, Morrison Dehart, Levi Allen, J E Miller, D M Scagg, W H Haynes, W T Stewart, " E F Stone, J D Leach, N A Daniel. Teachers Examination begins at 9 o'clock next Friday morning. HINDERIIOOK. anabscence of quite a while we will send you a few items. Wheat cutting is the order of the day, and it won't be long until we will hear the hum of the thresher and the grain will be garnered in. Mrs. Allen Anderson and little daughter, Cova, spent several days last week, the guests ofMrs. Tanner, above town. Miss Minnie Baird has returned from Caneyville and Spring Lick, where she has been visiting friends and relatives for the past month. She reports a very pleasant time Misses Ora Barnett and Bertie Ward, No Creek, spent Saturday and Sunday in Kinderhook not longsincc, the guest of Miss Emma Stevens. Miss Olive Carson, Hartford, is visiting friends and relatives in this vicinitity at this writing. Miss Ida Smith, of the Washington neighborhood, has been engaged to teach the fall term of school in this district. Miss Ida is well educated and accomplished and we think the people of the district have done well in securing such a teacher. We predict a good school. MlssOma Tanner, from above town, spent Tuesday night in this vicinity, the guest of her sister, Mrs. Allen Anderson. Mrs. V. D. D. Stevens, who has been confined to her room for so long, we are glad to state is able to be out again. We learn that our friend, C. H, Ellis, has been employed to teach the fall term of the No Creek school. Charlie is an energetic young man and we wish him much success in his first attempt to teach. The Sunday School at this place is Sunday in a flourishing condition. evening closed the first three months of our school, U. C. Barnett, one of our teachers, who had ofiered a prize to each member of his class who could, at the close of the three months, correctly repeat the golden texts and topics of every lessonHvhich had been recited. There had been great interest taken by both teacher and pupils" and there were only a few who were not successful in gaining a prize which they so much desired.. Those who gained the prizes are Misses Prudle Baird, Emma Stevens, Nettie Anderson and Messrs. Ernest Ellis, Hayden Webb and Murray Mills. The young people were faithful in the service of the Lord and we think this is a good plan by which Mr. Barnett aroused so much interest in his class, and we think that a few more of our teachers Daisv Drank. should adopt it. ENTERPRISE HOTEL, M June ter si JOHN SEARCY, Proprietor. Nos. 234 to THE BEST 242 East Market Street, PER DAY Between Brook and Flojd Streets, IN i '. at Kahn's the Duy your lowest priced house in town Bring us your Eggs and Feathers. Carson & Co. fine shoes Old soldiers arc invited to make Bros. & Co. headquarters July um4th. Leave your saddle-pocketbrellas, &c, in their care. Fair s, Annoa ncemrn t. To the Voters of Ohio, Muhlenberg and Butler Counties: I am a candidate for Senator in the District composed of your counties. Being a Republican, I will submit my claims to the Convention of that party. Soliciting the support of all Republicans in the Convention, lam, ,t Yours truly, E. D.Gui'iv. Hartford, Ky., June 29, 1893. m $1,00 HOTEL THE CITY OR STATE. Xiouisvllle, --TO XS.exxt-u.o3s.-y- 1 Como to Hartford SEE THE- - . Sc: a Marriage license: Thos. J. Watson You can buy n stinw hnt nt your to Arabelle Miller, W. M. Murphy to own price nt Carson & Co 's. Lyda Tucker, W. T. Myers to Bessie We still sell the Shoes. Roach, John I. Bartlett to Rosa Hen- Cakson & Co. Goods delivered free, and almost given away nt Fair Bros. & Co. We want nil kinds of country proCakson & Co. duce. v Spend your money where it buys the most that is Fair llros. & Co. Stop at the Commercial Hotel when in town Monday and Tuesday. Jugged. OPENING SPRING OF C. L. Field's car of Buggies Jim Mitchell, a worthless character, was stealing a ride from Owensboro to Horse Branch over the N. N. & M. Vs. new line on Monday by secreting himself between the boxes, but was discovered when the train reached Fordsville and was promptly dislodged. He at once bet about filling himself on mean whisky orsoiuething else and proceeded to attact Jo. Stinnett, a peaceable, harmless work hand atout town. He knocked Stinnett down a time or two bruising him considerably, when other parties interfered and made Mitchell desist, but just ns soon as released he would return to the attact on Stinnett. This was repeated several times, and considerable excitement prevailed. The crowd began.calling for Marshal Roberts, who was soon on the ground, leading Mitchell unwillingly to the' lock-up- , where he was confined. Tuesday Mitchell was tried Jn the Fordsville Police Court, before Judge Tabor and fined $10 and on failure to pay the same, he was remanded to the lock-u- p until Wednesday morning when Marshal Roberts brought bim to Hurtford, where he was promptly Jocked up, just from the Will H y. ' Sam Jones' lectures to be given here on the evenings of the 25th and 26th of July next will be a great treat to Hartford and the surrounding country. Let everybody come. ' An Old Soldier. Davis Carriage Company. Ho will save you MONEY by Buying from HIM. up to $75.00. in Cincinnati, sell you a Buggy, Harness, Lap Duster and Whip from $60.00 The Davis Carriage Company has tho reputation of building tho best Buggy for the money of any Factory Kev. G. J. Bean will move in theCom-merci- al j Stevens and Davenport arc rushing We will make you look neat in a the Library work along very pleasCarson & Co. $io suit. antly. If you want standard literature Ilring us your Eggs and Chickens. now is your time to get it by becoming a member of the Farmelee LibraTracv & Son. ry. staPut your horse in C. I. Fields ble the 4th and have him well cared On Monday night about midnight for. the alarm of fire was sounded and the people of the town were at once Trousers will be worn by men this aroused. The Court House bell was summer Fnir Dros. & Co. have rung violently for several minutes, them. but no fire was to be seen. It finally Remember that C. L. Field will sell transpired that some one had tied a you a good buggy and harness for string to the bell and thrown it over the side of the Court House and $&. stretched it about one hundred yards If you need a Hat for the World's away to a barn or the protection of a Fair see Miss Sara Collins, with Car- high fence where the son & Co. concealed themselves and proceeded Wipe the prcspiration from your to alarm our citizens. "The string brow with one of Fair Bros. & Co. finally broke and the very smart (?) triclc was nf an end. handkerchiefs, rs Hotel next week. L. B. and M. Bean are still con- nected with this popular Hotel and will be glad to have their friends stop with them. They will still set the best table and furnish good rooms for the public. So come and judge for yourself. BUGGIES. a line of tbo highest grade buggies that cannot bo Wo liavo in stock, Notice ornlmioliilloM. We have bought J. W. Lytle's interest in the drug store owned by Williams, Bell & Co., and desire to make a full settlement at once. All parties indebted to the old firm will Hoping please settle their accounts. you will continue to give us yortr liberal patronage, we aie very truly, Williams & Brll. excelled iu the market, notably tbo "Steel Geared Buggy," the only Al- 'thing of the kind on tbo market. so' tho celebrated For Sale! Three good Mow. ''Stavcu and Ab bott""Sido Bar," and the "Rice As to competition, on tbe high & CO. ! ing Machines, cheap. WILLIAMS BROS. ' Teachers next Examination Friday and Saturday. White Coil" Spring." wo iV 1- - defy competition J grado of vehicles, HOOKER f v i. U--- ia' : r Sn- - 'J!- -', t .,- -. v - "f; r.. M v i (zamtissimssi Hartford Republican rsn: FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 193. '93-M- An lll llrru. RomnK, Kv., June 22, Editor: In these days of decorations of .soldiers gravesatid reun-Ion- s of the veterans ol the late war, which is right, makes me think ot the grave of William J. Cooper, ait old soldier, which is being sadly neglected. It is on the farm of O. P. miles south of Rains, two and Rosinc. There is nothing to mark the last resting place of this old hero, who fought seven years under the banner ol Washington, save two rough stoncsnnd n largesycamorctrce. He was one ol the twelve guards, who were detailed by Washington to keep the camp fires burning on the 3d of Jan. 1777, to deceive Comwal-lacwhile Washington swung around Comwallace and attacked the Brit-tis- h at Princeton and gained a victory that aroused the drooping spirits of the American army. I wrote about this grave three or four years ago, offering to be one of a hundred that would give one dollar each, for the purpose of suitably marking the grave, but no one replied to it, and I again make the same oiler and hope the matter will be attended to at the reunion at Hartford. lf c, bats or colors. The prettiest choice is the pure white called linen duck in basket-weavinsometimes linen sacking, and sold in linen stores at sixty cents a yard. The suit consists of three pieces, a blazar with flaring revcrs, a vest cut double-breastemid a gored skirt. The.front of the blazer and the re vers arc doubled, otherwise the suit is While the white without lining. duck suits arc the most cool looking, those of ecru or tan color are chosen by woman of fashion, who wear very smart gowns. Rivaling these arc others with an Katon jacket and a shirt waist of linen lawn or of China silk, either white or ol some very pale tint. The skirt is in the popular shape, cut offnt the knee, and finished out with a deep flounce cut circular, or else goied to prevent fullness at the top. Piques conic in new designs or dots, bias and latticed lines, and arc made up after the fashions used for duck. White reefers to wear with various dresses arc made of duck and of pique, and have very large pearl buttons in front. hinal! HpcckB, lines, or VVOftK AND PLAY COMBINED. Til W. G. SlT.WAKT. A llail One. A man speaking ot a cyclone, said rv it turned a well wrongside up in the state of Mississippi, turned a cellar upside down in Wisconsin, moved a township line in Nebraska, blew all the staves outof a whiskey barrel in Iowa, and left nothing but a bung hole, changed the day ol the week in Ohio, blew'the hair on a bald headed killed a truthful law. man in Texas, yer in Illinois, blew the mortgage of! n larm in Kansas, scared a red headed woman in Michigan, blew all the cracks out of a fence in Dakota, and took all the wind out of a politician in Missouri. m KlOOuill c U It en For any case of rheumatism which cannot be cured by Dr. Drnmmoud's Lightning Remedy. The proprietors do not hide this offer, but print it in bold type on all thier cirulais, watp-perprinted matter, and through the newspapers everywhere. It will work wonders one bottle curing any ordinary case. If your druggist has not got it, he will order it, or it will be sent to any address by express on receipt of price, with special instructions for use. Drummoud Medicine Co., 0 Maiden I.anc, New York. Agents wanted. s, 48-5- spending n largo sum of monoy was n mystery which for 11 long timo Mr. Pirch could not solve Ho figured out tho cost of n, well and found that his resources would permit of his digging n well and tho purchaso of n cheap pump, but how to malco tho pump work was n question. Suddenly his invent-iv- o mind r.ug'jested ti solution. Ho rcmomlxjrcd his children, and ho also called to mind n certain largo family bwlng which ho luid boch in n neighboring town. Ho knew tho swing would please tho children, and ho hoped that through it their pleasure might bo nblo to fccrvo his interests. Tho well was bored, the pump was bet up, and tho swing was put in working order. "Hero, now, boys," said ho, when nil was ready, calling tho children to him, "como out hero and got in this ' swing. 1 m gomg to give you some-00-fo- certain Mr. August Pirch who is tho happy possessor of n dozen lino healthy children. Mr. Pitch, so tho htory goes, had n tract of land that could not bo used for tho wnnt of water, Bitieo it was far from nny nvailablo Htrcnm or other body which might prove- of uso in tho fertilization of his ncrcs, and how to irrigate tho land without geniuses tells n. 11 linmlnimFHii'iiioiif Mr. AiiRt rircti mill How It Nurceril. Aii English writer on invcnlivo story of YOUanT); It is Rcott'a Eii.ul .Ion euros Coiijhx, Colds, Consurapt'on, !c'ofu!a aud all Anaemic and Wanting? Diseases. Prevents wattlr.fr hi clt.lurcn. .U most in pnlntnl'le n r;i'.l!. dot only Uie pfoniilnc rpKiruil by Scott .t Howni, C)iomlta, Now York. Hold liy all Drumjlst. ,C) a.faMJ). &&&) v a wonderful remedy, which is alike beneficial to you and your children. Such is Scotts Emuhiou of Pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil and Hypophos-phitc- s of Lime and Soda. It checks wasting in the children and produces sound, healthy flesh. It keeps them from taking cold and it will do the same for you omareii mS Emulsion KViumv f n! Opium HftblU cuuii ui uuiuo wim II.MA(OI.l.KV.M.I. j Scotr FITS. Attain. Ua. Ofllcu Uiii WWUUalUU fits after f. t ;'" ue Matvelotts cures. Ticuliscand $2.00 trial bottle iicc to Fitc.tets. ''end to Dr. Kline, i.mnNVii.i.i:,Nr. Mivis ti:x. it. 11 031 Arch bt , rhil.t., Pa. For sale by all druggists; call on yours. 36 ly 1 Kline's All fits stopped fiee by Dr. No G1e.1t Xeive Restorer. OT7-eiSl901?- 0 thing to play wiih." In fivo minutes tho children wevo flying backwnrd and forward through Jc ffiiiriL a r sf C'KDAIl UKOVK. In Memory of IIhii I'. C'nwlhon 'Tis hard to break the tender cord, When love has bound the heatt; 'Tis hardtospeak the tender words; Must we forever part? Dearest papa we have laid thee In thy peacelul grave's embrace, Hut thy memory will be cherished 'Till we see thy heavenly face. I stood Just one year ago y With bitter tears of sorrow shed, Bent o'er the cold and lifeless form Of one I loved, and he was dead. to-da- His eyes werccloscd in peaceful sleep, His hands were folded on his breast, I stooped and kissed the cold pale lips, My father's soul had gone to rest. My loving Where roses And birds Close watch father sweetly sleeps bloom and flowers wave, sing while Angels keep o'er his silent grave. ATrntrliiiK .11 nil. Mr. A. C. Wolfe, of Washington, Mo., writes that after taking Drum-mond- 's A Ilrlk'lit Oiitlimk. Lightning Remedy for Rheu"Oh, how sweet it will be in that 6 matism for one week, the pain beautiful land, Free from all sorrow and pain, had left himalniost entirely. He blept With songs on our lips and harps better, had no more night sweats, in our hands, and his appetite was good. He also To meet one another again." wrote that he would not take ten dolBowman. Susir lars for what the remedy had done for him. There is no waiting weeks A Nlury on Henirnn. The and months to get satisfaction. ST. I.OUIS RKPUIIMC. "I shall never forget an episode that remedy attacks the disease at once. If Reayourdruggisthas not got Duminond's happened in which 11 A ft iffl I gan, of Texas, was the chief actor," Lightning Remedy, write to the Maid0 . Knott, as the talk turn- Drunimond Medicine Co., said Agents ed on incidents of his career as a Con- en Lane, New York. gressman. "We were in the House wanted. i i srex r '? ri One together, and warm friends. 1 NtranRf JuilKiurnta, evening I called to see him at his hoHAKl'KK'S nAZAAIt. tel, and found him surrounded by a Chief among the curiosities of litermerry company, among whom were "That's ature must be accounted the strange brother is a curiou'! thing your little waving about onabtiel:, Mis After conversing for several ladies. judgments of men who would be .sup Clara." a while, to my surprise Judge Reagan posed to have an appreciation of what "That's a coattail." invited everybody to his rooms, where "A coattaill To whom, pray, does it is best, upon the works of others. It had some very fine wine.. I he said he belong?" was no less a person than Goldsmith "To tho young gentlemen who called kneTV him to be one of the most temwho observed of the poems of Milton, hero last." Life. perate ol men, and could not underthat "they betray a narrowness of stand the invitation, but it appears Nllt ltlMll). education and a degeneracy of habit;" Her brown hair wiu drawn simply that some New York friend had sent adding to this extraordinary dictum away from her fair young brow, and her him a basket of the best champagne, the still more audaciousasscrtion that blue eyes had iiHtibtluuiUaduogsinthcm. a beverage that he had a very slender Sho stood aloof from tho other young "there is no force in his reasoning, no acquaintance with. A servant was eloquence in his style, and no taste Indies whoso hair was drawu simply away from their f.iir youijtf brows and summoned to open the bottles, and a Waller, an antin his composition." whpso oyci Irul MiMuod salnes3iu them. good many of them were emptied behill poet compared to the soaring A soft sigh lluttered tho delieuto laco The next fore the party adjourned. loftiness of Milton, yet presumably a upon her tender botom, morning the Texan slept later than "No," she lunged, "I am not woithy," man who could reason, said of ParaA tear of a distinctively blinding vausual, and was at length awakened by dise Lost, that if its length be not riety welled from the usual hourco and a knock at his door. Supposing it to considered as merit, it has 110 other. coursed udown her cheek. be a servant, he bade him come in, , mi Hume deemed Shakespeare "adispro- TJ10 Btiggestion of a sob was noticeablo and turned over for further slumber. portioned, misshapen giant;" while But it was not a servant. Far differ- - George the Third, who ought to have in her tone. "must not deceive my dear teach- ent. It was Mr. Reagan's own mm. known yet, and all better, rs. I am not prepared to graduate, and ister, who had just arrived from the things considered, could hardly wero I to tako tho degreo today 1 must Jone Star State, and whose look of have been expected to think other- over havo with mo tho .distressing con- ceionsness of unfitness. Thoy who trust astonishment as he glanced about wise, sapiently asked, "was there mo know it not, but I nm awaro in my him at those empty champagne botever such stuff as the greater part of own heart that tho ribbons on my dress tles can better be imagined than dedo not exactly mutch those upon my esShakespeare?" scribed. say. No, it must not bo." Burying her faco in her handkerchief, "Reagan by this time was thorCoughing leads to Consumption. oughly awake, and he, too, cast a Kemp'sBalsam stops Hiccough atoncc. sho tottered from tho company of tho fcweet girl graduates. Datroit Tribune horrified glance at the debris. Then BY MAIL WITH IntrroKtliiK. COURSE he began explaining: "The Chairman no You havo no idea how much a of the Judiciary Committee called on I got The Leavenworth man in my position9, iias to do. down up me last evening, and in compliment gulped my this morning nt to him we drank a little wine," said breakfast, glanced at tho paper, rushed down to tho exchaugo, and by tho way he. Stooping down and picking up I heard a story 1 will tell you presently. from the floor a gold ornament, the Then to tho florist'n for mother, then I parson said, with a smile: had to buy boiiio linen, and ltibt but not "And does the Chairman of the JuTo advertise our College we will least 1 had to rnsh off to my grandmother's funeral, which took pluco at 2 diciary Committee wear bracelets?" give a thorough course of instruction o'clock. Sho in Double and Single Ivntry Book- time? (absently) Did yon havo a nico Hummer Oullnjf IresM. Vogue. I love to think of him and weep Above his sacred tomb ol clay, Ilut he and I, God bless his soul, Will meet again some day. Seeing no one writing from this part of the world, I thought I would drop you a few lines for your paper. The health of the people in this community is very good at present. Miss Ella Woodward taught a three months school at Goshen this spring. She is very well pleased with her successes she had a very interesting school, which closed last Friday. Wheat cutting istheorderof the day in this and the Goshen neighborhood. Some of the farmers arc done, while others have several acres yet to cut. Mr. L. W. Hocker met with quite a serious accident last week while cutting wheat. His span of mules ran away with the reaper breaking one of the rakes, but he was able to go to work in a short time by going to the shop and having the rake fixed. Master Owen and Miss Bessie Williams are visiting Mrs. M.K. Hocker's family. Some of the young ladies have had quit a nice time playing croquet during the pleasant weather. Success to the RiU'um.iCAN, is the wish of, Climax. June 26. tho nir. Tho pump worked up nud down gayly as you pleaso, and a stream of water flowed irom tho well. Mr. Pirch's sehemo had worked. Tho children do not know CnvrnK.ard olitalneil, anJ all l'at.j that they are working, as tho Bwing J rnt dimness conducted forij. puTCNTOrriec' J Moucratc rets. Joun ornccia s. is bomo distanco from the well nud an.l u c ran ccmre intent lu lcsa llius tlun thuie J 'a mhliiRion. is connected with it by an iron rod rrmote iromlei, dia Inij or photo., with Jf'crlp- - J mo which works tho pump as tho swing J lion. Uc nuvi..c, It patentable or not, lice of! J r charge. Our lee not due till nalert if secured. moves backward and forward. A pamphlet, "HowMObuin Patents," with J Tho fcchemo has worked well, nud cost ol saue in tt.o U.S. and IcreigJ countries S J it is said that tho youngsters pump Mint free. Addrecs, enough water during their day's sport to irrigate a largo tract. Har- ' OfP. PA11NT OWr.t, WASII.NOTON, D. C, t per's Young People. Trcilc-Mar- a? yi 8CIIKHUI.K IN KKKIXT NOV.t, 1811. WKbrilur.Nl). I.. I.nillMilk' Uit Point Ulor.rKrt II iMiiTclie Mi'lKnurl l.Uiptllt Oui ltrrvl.'ii.urjf inhiU'm ... .... ... .... ... .. ... .... .. I'.ill). T.Cllrlll. .o.ni, I ".illy. 111. 111 ''II h. 111. Ujrt. ill. i). (12p, 7:.i)p. M'7 .'17 . 111. nl.nrt SpnttMlllt r. Hi lull rin EisrilOl'M). ... ... IJ: in p. l.i'l p. I'.l Ill.il n. in.' l lo. II n. in. Bill 11:11 u. til. in in Il.:ii. in. in :i in. 111. 111. p. in p. in, p. in, p. in. p. in 111, I NSfli"SWsu s i??3&xfr 1111 1..111. l.ii ii i.Mi 12 ii. Nn.M, Pull;. . 111. n. in. 9)1, in, Xo.RI, Iiuy MMMUti m H f .rjafeMtifcibJait IG.A.SNQW&OOJ t'Al I.ON I.r. riiui Hiwllftlllr Owphmro IllttHHill,. 1'lmoriH.rt Sli phrn-io- ri ImIiiuIimi ... .. ... ... ... ... ... I.tullorl A I'lUfvl I'mlllon. , Miss Goodgirl lng of so intently? Young Gayboy VTell, if you must know, I was thinking what the result would bo if I should suddenly grab yon and kiss yon Mis Goodgirl -- Oh. Mr. Gayboy, how terrible for you to havo such thoughts when my brother and father are both out, my mother rick in mid no one in tho world who could poverty como to my a tatancoS-UrooLife. Vfli.it iiru you think-- , WHEN Y'J'J G'i TO OWENSBQRO ... ... .. ... C.Theo.Cain, jl..JIIT7'?Bft.i,w" "''TrrgrH ir"&"."?" ?SPV4 ttAZJiH, fft-- T Ilritn.l, nl.iir! W.- -I Pmnt Ar. I I.iuivillp 3: Dp, in. 3M7 p. in. m. A ii p. 111, V "J k. in. S M p. in a.Uu. in. A..u p. m loul a, 111. i7p. in. In 2tin. in, G:1u p. in, II n! 11. in. T.Hlp. in, II ..--J 11. 111. 7.11 p. 111. I: (i p. in. 6 ii.'. p. 1,1 7.1J 1.1"' UiipofUi! City .Scales. li. DKlNKlC, unmj,ur. Wctlo nuilc as clieapas aiiyhiMly, (jiiality coiiMilctcd. Kepuiring and epainting iliiioiruiiitly. t,Jivo us ti cull. Ill ItCill.ft FHU.M $:.') LI'. IUlVXM.JJ3UffiM-I- . 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