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JO, Tho and Courier-Journboth ono yoar for al 1 011-lyS'L- To. l mm, (ll.( Publisher. OFFICIAL OMAN OF TEE PARTY IN TEE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, TERMS $1.25 Per Annum, In Advance. VOL. V. s TOTUI'.F.IIK. CI.II'l'lII) HARTFORD, allowed him to grow up in the grccu fields with the live stock. Hy rcas-oof his peculiarities the boy has been 'called the wild boy of I.iverinore for the last ten years, and the little childtcn have the most abject fear of him. When loose he will climb fences and chase them down the road, but he never has been known to harm any of them. When he catches them he looks them over seriously and stems to regard them with simple interest. il IY FRDIAY, JULY 7, 1893. Why lint Unto Short Oncn? COUIUHK-JOUIlNAt,. mud-puddl- Tho Rkpuiilican and tho Cosmopolitan, a loading- magaNO. 49. zine, for only $3.00. . lifiY11 i Washington St, Hochrstrr.N.Y., "nml I Jiuvo fnnilly. inuclt In tlto io t r.. 's tiling llttlo knows that her poor mother hnshml tho consumption. Sho Is from a constunp tlvo family nml liatl been on thn dechno till tho unerring "hectic Hush" Mst In. Well I went for Dr. Tenner's Golden Kulluf, giving her 5 drops on u, smiill lump of sugar, every 3 hoiirs. I lined It with hr about ft month nml you ought to hco tho chuiigel Sho has becomo halo t nml buxom. I im knowiug to several other cures of consumption by It." Do not forget whilo using it lrr theso gravo cast's that It cures a, burn in S minutes, or heals u brutso or fresh cut without thero ever being any soreness swelling' or mattcratlng. Tho injured part can bo used without pain. It also cures quickly Mimmcr complaints, anil (lux, and any diseaso where thero is in- 'llummatlon or pain. Ono tablespoonful cures La Grippe. Money refunded if s. satisfaction not given. .Never Contains no opium, .morphlno or mineral polsonn. Tulco a bottlo dlnap-polnt- Poor hlio With a pocket full of money And a gripsack full ol clothes, And with tt kodak loaded l'or ino.st anythiiij; that shows, And with enthusiasm That is away beyond compare, I'm going lo Chicago To he "in it" at the fair. I'll gac on gi cater wonders Thau were ever dicatupt before, The world in past and present I'm going to explore, And all its rarest treasures Will appear before my eyes, Which were, I wish, as many As arc given to the flics. July I'orcnism. l(KV.IItr,lllCK.SmVOKI.ANI)VOKKS. for-th- '.s, i .I ip 1 (' v, N e Pleasant summcrdays, most part, will prevail at the opening of July. The full moon and the center HAJITFOIID, KY. Will practice his profession In Ohio nii.l mljoln. Among the strangest people of a mercury equinox fallng together Ingcoimtirs, and the court of Appeals, bpeuia In their native streets I'll go 011 the 26th; may prolong cloudiness attention lcn to collection". Among dwarfs from darkest Africa, with storms in extreme east into July, Office north stile public square. t2 7I And .the frozen 'Hsquiiuaiix; " but westerly nnd central regions will Iiike in the ancient fairy tales Tho occupant of tho room said that ho I shall visit every land have change to fair to cooler with was tho man in question. K. I). GUKKT. H. D. 11INOO. "Front Greenland's icy mountains rising barometer. By the 4H1, a warm "Thin Oi'm tho b'y that'll call ycozl" r 6s To India's coral .strand." "All right," responded tho other, and wave will be. well defined on the west-cho jumped into bed, where ho was soon home side of the country the baromeI'll gain so much of knowledge sleeping soundly. That forever I will be ter will be falling in the same region, It seemed about a minuto afterward Will In all court' of Olur.tnilailjoinina A bright encyclopedia ami In und Court it was really a couplo of hours when coiinlleit, CollectionsSilpinor Comt busmen nfAp" and the storms will start toward the nnd all lot'itl icol. In highsociety, tho sleeper nwoko with a start to hear a lo. Oftke, 2to.;r.i;,)laUttilIUr!lorJ, attended Knst. From the 4th to the 7th, all Uy. And folks will crowd around me voico that had n familiar sound shouting the phenomena of a regular storm When there's silver in my hair outside tho door, "Aro ycojs tho man To listen to the btory period may be expected at all points, stago In tho that's goin bo tho air-rlOf Chicago and her fair. " as they march in regular order from "Yes, you fool," growled tho sleepy ATTORNEY AT LAW, east to west. What care I for the trouble man. "Go away and shut up, can't Is catlly cariirit by of rlllitr acx In anjr Or discomfort or expense F.air weather to the Kast, growing youV" IMrtvf tin1 cmmlr), whu It ulllhic touiirk Incltit. trtotiefr at ttiu I'litplitvinrnt ulilrli ftirnlali. When fifty million dollars worth wanner with winds from the east to "Thin Oi'm.tho b'y that'll call yeez!" mul win run no Iiie Inhor li light ttii'l I'll sec lor fifty cents said tho volco cheerfully, and tho Irishjlk tvlmli'viT. Uoltl ou mil cuinnlwr, r Hint To miss that biggest thing on earth south, during the early part of the rt lil.il williimt cx nti) )uu can itUc Hie man's heavy boots went stamping off crime; storm periods are as much parts of liiiourxir. Kurtliii-- itlllluiiloilo a Utile nurk, Would be down tho hall. tlil ttiu Kr.liiili'.l iiiKt iim.Ic. inn work I nm going to Chicago acthe phenomena of a period as the jllil.iy, ur In llix I'r, iilut: ouh. If )ou ntr nil. Onco tnoro tho Philadelphia man f.lninl, nml litto.i fair in lion r .it jniir tilt. lfit takes my bottom dime. tual storms of rising wind and thunder. dropped off into slumber nnd onco more JxkiiI, utlllip Ilium, nml ii,M lo tour Income, on xilll o'ir limine" villi not liinrfi'ii' ul ull. was rudely aroused in tho satno manner. The change to cooler westerly The railroad trains are crowded u I lie tin ul lliv r ,..lr mnl inn (Oinee In Crowdcr IHilldlnK.) Ho then berated tho vigilant attendant l.v urlilch 0i ntti ! iliill ir mvitl i hr.iUjrlnnuil And the ocean ships nre crammed; winds, with barometer rising in reVill iMf out," 'lnl fruiii llio iirt i, .it, ilu1 loudly enough to arouse the honre, if Ohio practice his profislon In all the courts ol The highways are with carriages frlr.t hmir. ,i,r une imii inn ami adjoining counties. liiiiiit.a non,' AUo .Vnliirr' gions west of storm areas, are aho indeed it needed rousing. All was quiet i'libllc f.,11. Von atitinl.l In iiof'i'njr , le mill )ou 2n29fy And bicycles all jammed, for jo'irxlt uliil ton (jni ill. nt I lie lui'liioi physical necessities, falling in atid again, and ho t.nicd over and slept on The lakes, canals and rivers Thlfli r. No capital rl'ul, W omen rirti undisturbed nntil tho gray light of tha Igrttiil. tioiken; wwniiire tltiv nrike a much bringing up the rear the moment the Ilavn't any room to spare , n. It I, if tiit'ti. Thr hniil I trt lhl lml spring morning peeped in at tho winFor all the world is going storm area passes east of any given .it o tr ami i c for rl sl iptM to tltrni dow. He was half awako when the !MT. Xj. SHIca-vrixi- , ,iiir.ilf. Aililrrti II II l 1.1 II .V III,, To Chicago and the fair. ' s point. sound of heavy tramping feet made him lltii S it. 't Itiiiul, Ma, ATTORNEY AT LAW, All the talk in tic world will not open his eyes. Whack! went 11 fist on The first is the headlight showing At least a million pocketbooks llriuimcd full ol ready cash, convince you so quickly as one trial tho door. "Aro yeez tho man that was that the train is coming: the last the oin bo tho stago to Philydelphy'f" Two million S.uat&ga tanks of De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve for ted light hanging to the rear coach, Will practice In profession In all the Courts ol "Yes, you fooll Is it timo to get up?" Fi r baggagemen to smash, . cca vs7 ::n ncTTii exxs cms. showing that the train has passed. scalds, burns, bruises, skiu affection "An Oi'm tho b'y that was to call yoez Ohio ami mljnliiliijr counties, niid in the Court ol And countless bulging gripsacks Appeals. Special attention given to collection. i M5flj(!cenl II these changes to cooler westerly bedad, Bur-- tho stago is gone!" New and piles. - L. B. Bi:as CI nUCD CCCnQ- - I'acktd with the greatest care OlUce, oter Williams, Dell 4 Co' drugstore. York Tribune. GoHcdicn 01 I LUIlfl.il UkLUU Aregoiu to CiisigJ beginwith barometer winds, llim'HTIilk! A TrnirlliiK Mum. offer one hundred dollars reboom along the lair. Wc To ning to rise, do not follow storms: ' Mr. A. C. Wolfe, of Washington, Hoo-ray- , if warm south winds hold and barom- ward for any case of Catarrh that can- Mo., writes that after taking Drum-mond- 's then, fur Columbus! WiTOwJj7ffJ A.rlr.1llrdorftrlTM Three tigers lor the fair! eter stands or falls lower, anothcj not' be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Lightning Remedy for RheuI v''tSWSriJi w' " l'wikir iiou..t W section ol the storm train is sure to V. J. CHKNKY, & Co , Toledo, Ohio. matism for one week, the pain tLwl.TuCAr. Ini trtu' toin Ualarr, - I'm go.ng taChic.igo 4iiln. UlMtrtl hUt. I must use Shank's mare; rMrVt'nllW W t r.CXS'fX-l- '.r Wc, the undersigned, have known l( I lMHltfK: fjllow within a few hours. The loth fSl U it IU U uJ IU pntttta lUhV I'llIf feast my Usrt, had left himalmost entirely. He slept eis on wonders, dUMhl fw wk, irlblW and 11th are reactionary days, at V. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, better, had no more night sweats, With knowledge fill my brain, Iubf4M,bfiWM,lurriiif rMUr, And proudly Ylltell the story which time it will grow very warm, and believe him to be perfectly hon- and his appetite was good. He also When I nut home tigain. br It U 1x4 klrMlr Uhta.Ul t itw and if active storms do not appear, orable in all besiness transactions and wrote that he would not take ten dollk CIJ1 "JA?Rf.WaiJ 1W ! mmlm lit the warmth will increase past the new financially able to carry out any obli- lars for what the remedy had done for Tfcrr UarM f tfr. aBsM'"k Ik. y A WILD BOY. ltliff hfrUf Mealb. u4U c UM mmi msgtAt C 4 moon 011 the 30th, and culminate in gations made by their firm. ma'MtV. Krr him. There is no waiting weeks frc Hon itf I haltt Fluwir Kwt, lw iir mham, W, NttbMtf. CTjMMtktmvv, AtUra, I'hUt licavy storms on and about the 16th, Wkst & Thuaux, Wholesale Drug- and months to get satislaction. ll4U The Young Cnlifornian eats Grass which is the central day of the next gists, Toledo, Ohio, j ( Ck4c (1mcUo iImUm mallt t4 UktUr iinl6il remedy attacks the disease at once. If and Lives Likonn Anistorm period. If the new moon on WAUMNO, KlN'N'AX & MAItYIX, yourdniggisthas not got Dumtnond's Im Uimi lU WtfruU Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, mal. ai4tiitlff rftLaifiii)rf(ftl tttfjr imjr aftj tj ott inaka yvtir the 13th leans in its perturbing ef--h mI write to the ( Wk ! J MuiM tf J( r tl tttWUJ.' thin la OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Cattarrh Cure is taken inter- Lightning Remedy, 1J t r1Ubl MWUt Imi.m, Jwd tr aJI U ki4tjt " period of the He Aro you not at all interested in f WllmoaiUU 0 Maid Drummond Medicine Co., Mttt. ffi trj4 haTlrl4 tadJrJa IA4tmiIJjtm 1'IIId-i- i Yrnm or iiu' nml Kiiohk NciIIi- - ct toward the storm flr ytwai my welfare? i8th, storms will appear early nally, acting directly upon the blood en 15th to Ol I fit Tint lu n mltrm4t4 IllU'itl All- -1 Agents J,ane, rew vorn. f .!., Uli. Is prepared to' do all kinds of She Moro in your farewell. BrooktfJf M Ja Ijri arl i. iWTiini awaMiWf U w in the periojj, checking the growing and mucous sutfaces of the system. wanted. Hlnltf ill 'lliriilllc rimtiirr, Jftfr 4 - m. ( ! , amiya lyn Life. Uontal work at reasonable prices. Testimonials sent free. Price 75c licrr. With n lloiit tW, llraoit;, S T, Mra. Ilciiry"'' 'rt IW.Mf ( rrsltf heat and bringing temporarily more Arnllllil UN Alllilr. tLalioA Directed. lai uaJ. IkU That certain per bottle. Sold by all druggists. pleasant weather. If you can afford to be annoyed by llcJrnz Awny f A certain lord bishop was once going nnrlmi hmtHia. II nia fcWijh- - Vi ccUMl. at Timulliy s disturbing iMt'llt U "flf NX uhflptUM U4 llf exert sick headache and constipation, don't from Bedford to London. Tho train Death will follow the use of Liquor, ! for Uimu. imm CWIi- mi f Anil tin- AT influences of a meteorological char- Morphine or Tobacco with the same use De Witt's Little Early Risers for having to stay a fow minutes after time, SPEC AL GFFE EnS'TSS. safflHfe3 far ftjwf afr. rp , U tho following conversation ensued tf ta t'l kcftJ im wiil beyond successful L. B. Bkan. acter, is a fact SATl'KUAY'S 11I.ADK. t iJm JfttM talt certaintity that night follows day. they will cure them. iliU U alt ika kUna. M Ntakal(tMr!r two porters: and that these disturbing If you are addicted to the use ol any ttu-kftiPil P'wrrl Tr. atUtlnc The town of I.ivcrmorc, California, IS waat VMtallv. IwUoUf, HatsNltU. "I say, Bill, tho bishop is in ono of frtfariL RlaUr. Ik Uaa. Ilraara I'rlna. There arc 85,000 Russians in the theso carriages." has a wild boy that eats grass and influences are retarded or hastened of them, you can cure yourself in a Kwvi !' Aaal ltlMw. ualka Luwt tMtatai aaj fattituatU !. boaivat Atrt a ralttTaM, Ud "Oh, is her" responded tho other. lives on hetbs and roots and does all so as to blend with the nearest storm few days and not experience the least chief cities of the United States affaf, arttfca larml, U CtaforJ arklWa wkkh w (a if4 mnI NUInlfd fknawm. - Ika fnrr aeolortar. J sorts ol strange things. periods, is also a fact. 48,090 of them in New York, 7,800 in "Well, I could givo him a nnt to crack Wibl fMt.aai wUa fir Ura ltoaa discomfort. Hill's Double Chloride fan f frvrant U.ra. tk no- WlllUftt If the new moon on the 1 3th lends of Gold Tablets are guaranteed toctire Philadelphia, 4,300 in Boston and with all his religion." this put his head ANOTHER GREAT OFFER ! ittfiffiP.!f2: l'or years this wild lny has lived Tho bishop hearing disturbnk.,llki pilnl ., -- Ill Nil 1 In. IUllvrlU. f Drunkenness, Morphine and Tobacco 4,000 in Baltimore. They don't go out of tho carrlugo window and said: "I r ntcklCctkl 1Im rWM f in his lather's pastures and has been her influence to reactionary rr, ifttUf lih Ilk,u m tMk,iftl 11, u, r,l,ifli lkrrj AM tit, t,UB,iy mw as contented as any ordinary mortal ances, central on loth and nth, a am the bishop. Now what is tho nnt ! lUl liar. M'lwl Habit without requiring the least ef- west. o. II. JloOKCA CO..ar I'.rk 1'l.w.N.w T.rk. you want crackod'r" would he in a well furnished home. crisis of heat and storm will be reach- fort on the part of the patient. The Tho poor porter looked Lane's medicines move the bowels drawing himself together amazed, but lad has a name and ed about those days, if she reaches price is but $1.00 per package and a The unfortunate said, "Well, B nin a home, but he does not regard either forward to the storm period of the cure of any of these habits is worth a very day. In order to be healthy sir, wldch is tho nearest way to heaven?" Liiai3jafc3! to the 1SU1, 'heat and storms thousand times that amount. Don'tde-lay- ; this is necessary. Tho bishop replied, "Turn to tho right THE NEXT MORNING i "jL DRICHT AND as much as any rational being would. 15th ...... nnu mi WBriJl Ull UifTEH. and keep straight on." Boston Chrisget a package of the Tablets from Pe prefers to frisk around in his lath- will come to a crisis early in that peon th y ttivMsfh, lirr .lATtnt "". It acts tian nt Work. !.1 'rJ,'tl""'tP'Wuil laiatlrr II1.4 dilnV H Ignorance of the merits'ofDe Witt's er's grain fields and chase the frighten riod. We expect the latter. Let us your druggist. If he don't keep them tet I'S'csl'Jd "01 " P"'"1 children of the neighborhood dqwn watch and see. Thus we learn. and refuses to order them for you, Little Early Risers is a misfortune. Bard Work. Sho was a frivolous young woman, About the 22d, 23d growing warmth send direct to the Ohio Chemical Co., These little pills regulate the liver, the country roads. AlldruiTffialniiellUntiW' nn.( fifaia .,!. men galoro, but one with ftiinii.r.tii John Worth is the wild boy's name with all the changes that precede and Lima, Ohio, They will send you full cure headache, dyspepsia, bad breath, only ayoung incomo scemod to bowith Xaiic tho small constipation and billiousncss. and he is about filtecn years old. His attend a return to sto'nniness, yill particulars free. favorite. L-- B. Bean. father is Harrison Worth, who lives appear. These disturbances, also, will "You'll havo to work hard beforo you Kate Field visited one of the Washwin that girl," said his mother. on a little tract of land a few miles in all proability, reach their crisis "And a good deal harder after yon ion is o,itinu. nssTiJonniT. Coughing leads to Consumption. out Irom I.iverinore. The boy has very promptly, under electric pressure ington high schools . and concluded her address with the request that any Kemp'sBalsamstopsthecoughatonce. win her," answered his father, who been a terror to the neighbors for of the moon's firstquarteron the 20th. knew what ho was talking about. Bosa long time. Kver since his birth he Bluster, with treatening clouds and of the pupils write to her. Here is a ton Globe. passage from one of theif letters: "It The trials of a number of Armenians has been aucmbecile, and all attempts local riaus, may be expected at this Not Much. to teach him even the rudiments oi and at all July periods, but we think was awfully kind of you to come charged with rioting, have been conA line in ono of Lowis Morris' poems understanding have been but dismal there will be a general lack of rain. to see us. I certainly did enjoy cluded and have resulted in two lead- says, "The old thoughts shall nevermore 4 tl Cnr. Col!i,CoiihilBoreThrotCroip.Iiifli CREAM The last period for July runs from the your lecture. I am very glad you are ing Christians being sentenced to bo thought. Mr. Morris can never get failures. 1. VhoOMlut Couth. Bronchitli anil Arhrr.. . .vrt'lo cur. for ConiumpUon In flrtt tt.fti, ink the support of tho funny papers for the 26th to the 30th, the crisis' falling co- not 'stuck on' Delsar,e it is an aw- death and others to long imprisonThe wild boy knows absolutely 9 luro relief In advance. tt.fca. Un at once. laurcuteshlp 011 such a platform as that. ful teliel to find some one who is You stilt id tho tietlltnt .Sect afttr taking; tba ment. nothing, 'and is as much at home out incident with the fulL moon on the not." arza trs! licit, foil by drtl.ri (Tcrywh.re. Indianapolis Journal. t;t'.lcC0ccatiaBiei.0O. 28th. in the open fields as he is at his fathYEARS FOR At this time wc will have entered er's fireside- .- Recently he has been Has tod all Worm Romodlos. tcrrori.ing the neighbors of the Worth into the Venus period, vhich is cenEVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. ranch to such au extent that he was tral, August 9U1 and if we are to have SOLD EVERYWIIEHli. WE aUaRAJXEE X CUItk DCUCUDCD rrrpir4 lr BKIURIlMJI BtMCHt arrestpl. on .complaint of Farmer general rains from the Venus disturbInvito the moat InCrRCrnDCn and to our responsibilI careful luveatlnatlon aa ajr ha h m aarv aM Clark, who considers him too dan- ance in August, they arc apt to beity and the merits of our Tablets. earnest at this last July period. gerous to be at large His sanity was gin in Tl?e Quarterly Register of We look for much violent disturbance investigated by the lunacy commisSlajle Copies, 60c sion, but the doctors decided that the at this time, and hope for seasonable will completely nrstroy tno aesiro rorTOHACCO in from 3 ton days. Perfectly harm FsrTtar, $1.00 SPBHENT irss, cnusonoiicKucsK,anumay uo Riven in neopotveaor eoneowitnoutino Knowi- green fields and the hills that sur- rains, but shall not lie surprised if ruga ui 1110 iiuiium, wuu win voiuuuiriiy atop auiomngor cucwing in a tow aayi. Bound Volgmn, S.oo round I.iverinore were betterplaccs there are more severe bluster, clectri- DRUNKENNESS aMIORPHINE HABIT In , "tr conisoa ..A alga 1. tost, tl "?.'' u tit,, Ktiltmy tnj cill.e..- "ilUnlnv nni1 rnniil transitions from ! for him than au insane asylum-woultho patient, by tliousoof our SPECIAL FORMULA OOLD CURB TABLCTS, FISMHR. Tl..tur ,.GLO- . !ilji"u" air.vi CURES HOTHING BUT PILES. be, so he was scut home on the alter-noo- n heat to cool, than rain. At all events A FEW . .",'! Barilla, tilt I i..li uurinff treatment pnttenu aro allowed too lreo uso or J4quor or Wor o( Kd nhlno until Mich time an tliev ulnill voluntarily clvo thorn un. MUos." "'" " mK"lf- Wo send particulars nnd pnuipulot of testimonials f roo, and shall train in custody of his father, we may reasonably expect a respite A UMfut, tlmclr Testimonials J MgkUl publlfiHos. A SURE nnd CERTAIN CURE uuy Ol lill'su unuiui lu cuiomuitiuu- ninth .truck IUi lh.iktroriolUICiiutloii you I m uoffiuu lupiuru Ktiiiurt'ra irom rain. nun wuu persons wuu uavo uconcurvu uy 1110 usuui our a aulktb. who promised to take belter care of from summer heat at the close of tho known for 13 years as tho BEST SCIIUKHAN, Corn.ll Uolr.rtllr, lulscs. W. from persons ' i . v HILL'S TABLETS nro for salo by all first-claslast of the July storms. REMEDY FOR PILES. him in the future, anigirmaut 9 I.OO per package. For ul.br IrtJIoff BootKlttrt and rnprlil l.j IIICIUHMOS lir.DICICT (6 ST. IOCIS. who have boon throughout Ih. WlJ. ho .ill sl.o ret,, , ,uh.Cn,J!Ui: It your (IriiCTrlHtuo.M not kwp them, enclose us f I.OO The boy's father had been in the or will ba mailed direct ti aiy place la the foalal Uol ami wo win scnu you, uy return man upaacagooi ol oa uso of curod by tho One word describes it "perfection." receipt .1 the frtc. fur alnjl. conies and Uniud yoluues. Aauicin habit of keeping his son nt home by Fwelga tJubxrlpllj... S, jj. Addmt Wrlto vnnr nnmo nnd nfltlriMMnlfllnlr. nml ntnto We refer to" De Witt's Witch Hazel CURRENT HISTORY, whether Tablets aro for Touucco, Morphlno or tying hint to a stake, just as the catCtTBOIT, MICH., U. 8, , li4iiur jjituit. tle arc treated, and he never makes Salve, which cures obstinate sores, DO NOT BE DCCEIVEO Into purchasing A Sclentifio American n well TnE Onto Cbkuicai. Co.! any ul uia vitiitiita iiusiruma uinturu ii'iiig. any attempt to escape; The- rope bums, skin diseases and is DEAit Bid: I havo been uslnir vonr Agenoy for tiui'rt'ti lur i.uin. ask mr ,r- - f 1,, ssr euro for tobacco habit, and found It would fcJ ana tun no timer 'A'ViJJ-- 0 around his ankle has always been knownxure for piles. I. B. IlrtAN. An what vou claim for it. I used ten centa Manufactured only by of thOBtronacstcUewlntr tobacco a day. sufficient to keep him within bounds,, Atlvlro lu t'lrvrlnuil. Irom ono to flvo cigars; or I would imolco THE ten to lortvnlDcaof tobacco. Havo chewed 1SXCHANGR.J and wfiile the wild boy would tug at nnrt amokod for twentv-flvvcars. und two uacluurea OHIO CHEMICAL lils- rope just as any dumb brute Of your Tablets cured mo ao I havo 110 deslrn for It. Jim Corbctt thinks that President CO, U.M.JAVLOltD, llsllo.Mlch. . XiVi would do, he has never had the intel- Cleveland should adopt the pugilistic r m tmTRADE 0AVEAT8. Donna FcmtT. N. Y. Bl, 63 Airs. P. Harris, K. L. Britton nutl 6$ 0er Block, MARKS. TnE Onto Chekicai, Co.t Gbktlbmek: Some time ago I sent '. to reduce his weight, methods ligence to untie the fastening. DESIQN PATENTS, fni. ai mi wnrth nf vnur Tablet for Tobacco Habit. 1 received T. F. Dean, Jl'g'ra ami Props. LIMA, OHIO. waa COPVRIQHTS. them right and, best sytem for nto. ' they didalltho work In although Ithreebotn a Heavy smoker ana cnuwor, When untied and turned out in the He says: "The days. I am cured. lean than Tho only niodernly built Tlicater ror mrnrmaunn nun rreo imniiDooir ffrito 10 PARTICULAU3 Truly yourK, MATH W.JOHNSON, t'.O. Box O. iUJNN i CO., aa lliiiiAtiwAT, Hrw Voiur. pasture with the cattle the boy affects Mr, Cleveland to pursue, and the onOliluit tjurouu for rciurliiK rntcsts In America. PlTTaDDBQII. FA. in tlio city. FREE. Strerf patent takrn out by lis Is brmmlit btifnro all their traits. He jumps nbout in ly one which I know to be thoroughly TnBOnioCniilCil.Co.:-0mst- K! It gives mo plcaauro to speak a s Uio )Qblio bjr a uollc glruu Iron ol duuso la Uio Tho only Theater playing ptl. HVIOI1 fnr nl nt nnilui..!. vnnrTlh wna tnri to wWll atKHlfflV aUCUClCU VOinOUSOOI the field like a frisky lamb, drinks effective, is a.vigorous course of exervnnr Tiitiffta. Ifnlviis.ll hnnvvuml vt..nri 1 li.....- - ...... lis I n ir your Tablet but three days ho outt drinking. attractions at popular prices. rt Mniiiiil ctrinknr. fmt utter ' water out of the creek and cats grass. cise. He should begin this method, anil win not touch llauof of any kind. 1 bavo waited four month buforo wrttlnif Situated on West side of Itli nvc, Yours truly. you. to order to know tho euro was permanent. tare est clreulnllnn of any ecloiitlflo paw In the He developed his liking for grass and if possible, by tunning, say a half sruriu. Dfipuaiuir iiiiiKraivu. Mo Intfllliont betweon Walnut nnd Green. As soon as a reasonable time CINCINNATI, OHIO. man rhoulj bs without It, t, w.it. iraiun roots several years ago and' seems-tmonths. .Aifarus CO. resrl llAlrU UU1 Broadrtuy, JtfJNrT CU7. YotirTabJeta hT perfonnedamlraplo in xnvcuM TH Onto Crcmioal Prices GOo, 25c, loVand 10c. York l'uuixauuiu, peon cured bv tho uso of prefer such food to a carefully pre- lias expired, he should walk about ana ift I havo used morphine, bypodermtcally, for seven years, part.navo TtUAY. W. Li. your Tablets, and without any effort on my to"begin witlu and increase ' two packages of pared meal in his father's dining .three miles Address all Orders to this daily. After these walks he room. BROWN'S IHO.V BITTERS jfoit iiiNi'i:rNiA EIMMIIM.E Use HriMtu' iron lllltrrs. , The boy's parents' are very poor should be rubbed with alcliohol 95 per Cures!IuJlgustlor.. imiousiicfn, 0 'rpsl. lal.. ItKNTS WaNTEl , J'iiyslclinu tvromineiirl it. rla. Nnrirniianei. ulul nencrnl Upbilltr. l'llltl- I, M and OfMra Block. LIMA, OHIO cent, strong. In this way a great nnd are unableto do anything to liolllo. (Jcnulns All dealers Uip It. f 1,01 clam rccomuiciiil it. AUUeahm tell It. Genulna uiuleroiK'tl roil Hues oil wraper. tat autrade matlcnad crot.icil red Hutu on wrapper. lad, so they have deal of hiscorpulency1 could be rub- -' the unfortunate inar-r-nln?m every mm nm-oni-e 1 ONE DOLLAR -- bed off. DttringTiis walking he should wind a heavy woolen blanket about his waist in order to make him perspire freely. "If possible he should drink no liquids whatever, as you will find that the man whoouost rapidly increases in weight drinks a large amount of water or other beverages. His diet might consist of chops, soft boiled eggs, steak, etc., but )ie should carefully avoid all sorts of soups and soft foods. By closely following this course the Presiderttshould casilysuc-cce- d in reducing his wcjght at least five pounds each day. In a corpulent man's reduction of flesh there is one thing to be considered at the onsetthat is strength. If he is strong he can .begin his .vigorous exercise without fear of injuring' himself, but if he is weak, he, must first be made strong and begin his heroic, exercise afterwards.. "I might further suggestthat as the principal streets in the city of Washington nre paved with asphalt, the President might procure a bicycle and ride a few miles each morning before breakfast for the improvement of his physical condition. I think that a heavy-weigneeds as President careful training before he attempts to blow to administer such a knock-ou- t such opponents as the Silver bill, as pugilist before does a heavy-weigI believe he enters the fistic arena. follow that if President Clevsland-wil- l my advice, he will enter tho political ring at the opening of" next Congress in the pink ot his condition. "I might close by saying that if Mr. Cleveland will appoint me Secretary of State and allow one of my subordinates to assume the active work of the department I would- guarantee not only to reduce his weight, but to make him by the time Congress next convenes, the quickest, healthiest and gf- - .s President tlntever vetoed a bill - HE WAS THE "D'V." rilOFEHSlOXAL OAHD. All Women struggle through holding up their skirts. Everybody notices it; everybody comments upon it; but up to the present time the notice, the criticisms, sense, argument and appeals have had no appreciable effect upon the custom of wearing of long skirts in wet weather. On a recent slushy day, while walking down Iiidge Avenue, a Philadelphia Call reporter in two blocks passed twenty-tw- o women, every single one of whom, with one hand, had a firm grip on a bunch of skirts, on which carlul ol getting a little they mud. Was it tiresome to them? Oh, ye men, try it and seel Wallcdown town to business with a five to ten pound weight in one hand, and something bulky at that; or, just for variety, see if you can grasp your ulster tightly and hold it up three or four inches, and keep it up for n half hour. Where is the sense of it? Would it be any more of a sin to have skirts that did not go below the shoe-top- s than to continually be holding them at just about that height? Why in the name of good sense can't some women have the courage of their convictions nnd brave foolish, unreasonable, false modesty, by wearing sensible, sanitary, decent walking skirts? The same morning there passed through Franklin square a breezy, healthy girl, the very embodiment of grace and case. Her hands were perfectly free, for her skirts were moderately short. She had a far more neat appearance than the scores who wearily pulled the weight of licavy skirts along with them. T: Hut tho Mmi Krum riillmlilpliln Dliln't (Julio t'lKlrrntiitiil. ATTOHNHV AT LAW, A Phllnilelplil.'v merchant Of tho old thuo used to bo fond of tolling tho fol- IIAUTKOlll), KENTUCKY. lowing story from his own experienco, "Irish-ness- " whoso excellent flavor of genuine j s. a. ri,i,i!,0, JA.i.oLr. makes it m good today as fit) , years ago. Ho had como to Now York on business and was obliged to arrango for returning by tho early stago next IIAUTFOHD, KY. morning for railroads wcro not so (OIlU'c, nTP(AinlirMii llaranr.) plentiful then as they aro now. Going Will iirnejli'ii llieir irnrnliiii to a hotel In Pino street, ho gavo par- tliininlniiJnhilii!tcuniitlH, atnlliiall the court 0 court nfAiiiH-alpractice and ticular instructions to bo called at A Bicci.ilAltinlion itiffii to collcctloni. WnWIy o'clock tho stago left tho hotel a half Edwin, Eowo - - Ca-lenr- 6s "Wedding-- hour later and retired early to get aa much sleep as possiblo beforo beginning his journey. Just as ho was about to blow out his candlo thero camo a thunderous rap on his door, and in answer to an inquiry aa to what was wanted it voice with a rich Irish brogub said, "Aro ycez tho man stago in tho that's golu bo tho air-rl- y Sraitli, Attorney at Law, 7am.es -- &.. Eingo, Attorneys at Law. Cr-u.ff3- y Perry Westerfield Attorney at Law, Rosino, s.3r. l Hartfosd, Ky0 rj r, ,M vaa,FREE! $M&M MS?? !. II. 0. WHxT: c r rJ lHAk m vw w xr m f, r.l DENTIST. 1 48-5- 1tMf."-Mr- . 1 .. moon-phase- en 4 j&r I JT rixE r. M vf v t m w i. WORMS! WHITE'S 20 - tv,a i VERMIFUGE t. s " T cl h BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT f H llilkl Double Chloride of Gold Tablets ymiimni HILL'S I ESftt&Vr s tJisTony j" "'-Jx- Ol rJ ' $mti it is .t" 1 1 - . m '. Oot-Oir- rtwi .11 Hill's Tablets. . iK-- rwrl M ni Harris Theater, fi LOUISVILLE, EY. first-clas- AmAtm Ac o ,, i -- M THE OHIO CHEMICAL CO., as-si- st trado-mat- ir i e . t S ,' A- - S ? K tv i - ", :- - v 'rU ,.( i-- .Ae n 'f ' itx- - V St 'a . rwE y''j. V ') l .y,.. t11 jt'nillfe.W. PA ,M. f- c- - tU1 " ''W'iuiwjjU ' Hertford Republican i At Bardwell, Ky., Wednesday above the grade .of laborers two young girls, nged twelve nnd six runusiiKii kvkky fhiuay mousing. ; '71 JO. II. KOUKKM, K.lllcr mul 1'roprldor' teen, while out picking blackberries, were caught, raped und murdered in the most fiendish maimer. Thrco no- Lgrocs ncciibcd of the crime have been arrested. FRIDAY, JULY Wis aim; 7, 181)3. AitmcaSts for certificates of eli- .vutiiuimkii to annol'.nci; DAN P. TRACY As n candidate for State Senator from the 8th Senatorial District, subject to the action of the Republican party. WlJ AHi: Al'TllOKIZKn TO ANNOUNCK C. SLADE TAYLOR Of the Cromwell Precinct, as a candidate for State Senator from the 8th Senatorial District, subject to the action of the Republican party. To tub voti:hs or Ohio, Muiilkx inuto and QuTi.im Couxtiks I am a candidate for Senator in the District Being a composed of your counties. Republican, I will submit my claims to the Convention of that party. Soliciting the support of all Republicans in the Convention, I am, Yours truly, 1J. 1). gibility as candidates for tho olliec of County Superintendent will bo required to pass examination on the last Saturday in this month. The imcs. tious to be furnished by the State Board and the examination conducted by the County Judge, County Attorney and a competent person selected by them. A fee of 82.00 will bo charged. The State Hoard of Examiners will hold un examination on the same day, using same questions as thoso sent to the Boards in tho various counties. Oui'i'V. Hartford, Ky., June 29, 1893. ac- Tm: papeis contain the usual fire-wor- counts of accidents resulting from un011 the Fourth. wise use of 1'itnsiDENT Ci.kvki.anij has called extra session rf Congress, but the question is: "What will he do with it nn after he gets it?" O.v the Fourth a big mine explosion occurred at Thornhill in York shire, England, killing hundred and fifty men. about one Tiik biggest Fourth ever held was of July that at the celc-bratio- u World's Fair Grounds Tuesday, when two hundred and fifty thousand ple took part. peo- The County Superintendent is to be elected on November 7, 1803, to tnke his scat the second Monday in August, 1804 This will shorten the term of the present incumbent about two weeks. The two parties will at once cast about for candidates. Many have cxpectrd Mr. L. 1. Loney to be a candidate but he says he will not be, besides he has a good showing for a placo under Powers in the Revenue Service. Mr. G T. Tiusley, of is spoken of as n Democratic candidate. Prof. W. L. Hawkins will also place his claims before the Democracy for their consideration. Other Democratic uspirants are npt to bob up serenely in the uext few weeks, and the Democracy will have a lively time in choosing their candidate. As a Republican caudidate,wo suggest Miss Dora E. Gibson as one eminently qualified for the place both from native ability aud wide experience in school nflairs. Her name would enthuse the Republicans of the county as no other name could do. Cen-tertown, Since Cleveland came into power, WASHINGTON. American values have suffered a shrinkage amounting to 81,000,000,-000- . Secretary Carlisle has had no less Bather a little experience for than three extened conferences with those who wished Jor a change. Mr. Cleveland, in the privacy of Every merchant, hotel and livery the latter's suburban residence, since stable did a thriving business Tues- the news was received ot the practiday, notwithstanding the argument to cal demonetization of silver by the the contrary many tried to make government of India, which has for when the subset iption paper was be- some years been the largest purchaser of silver in the world, not even ex ing circulated. ccpting the United States under the The recent iucompetentLegislature Sherman law. A person acquainted gave the school interests of the State with Democratic ideas of what cona severe blow when it reduced the stitutes statesmanship might suppose minimum allowance on the Coun- that these conferences, some of which ty Superintendent's salary on each lasted until long after midnight, were devoted to a study of ways and pupil in the county from ten to means to save the UnitedStates from eight cents. County Superintendthe ill afiect of India's new policy, ents are nlready very poorly paid which many fear may result in large and to make it possible for thier demands upon the Treasury gold resalaries to be still further reduced serve hind, as hundreds of telegrams is a disgrace to the Commonwealth. have been received from bankers and business men imploring the AdminThe fight for the nomination for istration to takesomc immediate steps State Senatoi between Messrs. E. D. towards relief. Not so, however. Gufly, D. F. Tracy aud C. S. Taylor These momentous conferences between is on in earnest and a whipping finish the President and the chief financial is expected. The Rkpuhmcan pro- official of the Government were enposes to keep bauds off and "let 'cm tirely given up determining who fix till the nomination is made should be appointed collectors of inand then join in for the triumphant ternal revenue in a number of diselection of the Republican nominee. tricts where the removal of the ReThe Rni'imucAN feels that its duty is publican Collectors had beeu deterto fight Democrats and not Republics mined upon. Kvery school boy is familiar with the picture ofNero fiddling nus. while Rome burned. Future generaAnotiikii motion was made in the tions of school boys may see a picture County Couit Monday, asking for an of the President and the Secretary of ordec of election to determine wheth- the Treasury haggling over the aper or not tho people of Rockpcrt pointment of a few collectors of inter School District will vote a tax to sus- nal revenue while a nation clamors for financial relief and a restoration of tain a Graded School. It will bo remembered that a vote was taken on publfc confidence, and clamored in vain. the first Saturday iu June, which reNothing may be expected from the Tho people have sulted in a tie. found out their mistake and tho Administration in the shape of relief. chances arc very favorable for a vic- It has deliberately thrown the whole business over to Congress and contin tory for tho school interest. ues to devote its entire time to settling Tm: knowing ones say thut there squabbles among Domocrats as to who shall get the little offices. Secretary are fiom Hancock county aloue ouo Carlisle when asked what he intended hundred aud sixty applicants for doing said there was nothing to add buySo places under Collector Powers. to the policy of the Administration far Ohio county has only about sevenalready announced, which means that teen, as follows: A. Lee Rowe, L. Mr. Cleveland's do nothing program & Reid, Suuford Fulkerson, will be continued until changed by Oglesby, J. B. Wilson, L. P. Loney, Congress. World' FhIp 1'lillniilliroiiUU. .Win. Lyons, T. J Smith, A. C. ElA member of the cabinet let the cat ST. PAUL DAILY NEWS. lis, Ben Kelloy, Ed. Field. Georgo out of the bag as to why Mr. CleveMessrs. Uoddie Bros., wealthy ChiMillignn, F. M, Petty, S. S. May, D. land continues to turn n deaf car to cago gentlemen, having the interest appeals numerous M. Moiton, Perry Cargill and Win. the for an of the city at heart, and desiring to Leach, In all, at least lour appli- immediate extra session of Congress disprove the falsity of the statement that are being niadetohim, by saying that only iu boarding houses can be cants for each place. in a general way: "If the President found moderate priced accommoda Tin: recent accident iu which Mr. were (convinced that Congress would tions during the World's Fair, remodJefl Bell, n good citizen, came near immediately after assembling re- eled and furnished at great expense losiug his life, calls once more the peal the Sherman law that body might one of their famous absolutely fireproof business structures, located corpublic notice to tiic condition of our be convened before September." Ever since the establishment ofthe ner of Franklin nnd Jackson streets, bridges, u thing tho Rki'UIU.il'AX has often douo before. Had tho bridge, present form of government for the within short walking distance of the ot Columbia it lias been re- Union Depots, Theatres, I'ostoffice, ott which Mr. Bell's horse leaped, had District garded, as it was intended to be, as be Hoard ot Trade, Steam, Elevated, Caguard rails the accident in all probaing strictly uonpartsan in its make-up- , ble Roads and Steamboats to the bility would have beeu avoided. But and for many years the loudest shout guard rails is not all that is lacking. crs in favor of keeping politics out World'sFnir,furnished newly throughout 500 rooms, superb parlors, elevatSeveral of tho bridges mid culverts were the Democrats. Hut .1 radical ors, electric lights, exhaust fans to north of town aro in miserably dan change has taken place in their views keep cool entire building, named this gerous condition. Some of them havo and the local Democrat, assisted by property The Great Western Hotel, great yawning holes in them, others several Maryland nnd Virginia Con- and invite the public to take, their have slipped and the abutments given gressmen are nagging at Mr. Cleve choice of rooms for $1.00 per day, almost away, sills rotten und floors land in order to get him to direct the children 5 12 fifty cents. Elegant slipped aside. These tilings should dismissal of Republicans and the ap- restaurant nnd dining rooms where bo corrected at once. Tho road to pointment of Democrats in their fine meals arc served at 50 cents, or a Beaver Dam as regards bridges is, if places, and in order to get him la carte at very moderate prices. interested they have possible, in still worso condition. Tho There should be less heard or known files of a paper of extortion and imposition connectlittle culvert just beyond tho Riley to- produced bacco warehouse, within tho corporato cJited by one of the clerks in ed with the World's Fair were there limits, has been broken down so long which the usual campaign attacks up- more public spirited, fair minded men opposing candidate were made in Chicago as are the owners and prothat tho memory of man runneth not on the upon Mr. Cleveland in '84, '88 and prietors of The Great Western Hotel. to tho contrary, Tho plauks jurt 1 io '93, none of them half socuttiugnsat-tick.- s Our readers should write as soon as on tho ground like they would in tho made upon him by Democratic to secure rooms, for they are Tho Collins editors whom he has since rewarded possible bottom of a trough, 48 6t being taken up rapidly. bridge over Muddy Creek has iu tho with offices. The unjustness of these m last four weeks sunk several inches Democrats is made all the more apboy of George An at tho farther end aud is now ready to parent by a table prepared some time Peters, Beaver Dam, while acting the Tho culverts ago, it is said at Mr. Cleveland's re- squirrel last Sunday fell from a tree fall into tho creek. along tho levto aro extremely danger- quest, which shows that of the 252 In his father's yard, striking a paling ous und demand immediate attention. offices under the District government' fence and being badly hurt, it' en wheels, Parry Buggies and Spring Wagons and Olds Road Wagons. get all these goods in car lots and can itively save you ey on these. Our Buggies are moving to our entire satisfac tion, and this our second of road wagons. We will have 3t and inch steel skeins as NOTES. well as the cast skein. The crowd waited anxiously for Race didn't Be sure and come or the Bicycle enjoyed that runningcome. Everybody the they did see, however, and it is regretted write us before that a sure enough race could not be ing. Yours truly, arranged as expected. When the boys s; beauty as if botn in the fulness of time as Nature's free offering to the pleasure of the old soldiers. At about 7:30 o'clock a continuous stream of humanity began pouring through the streets for the Fair Grounds. People by scores and hundreds came from evnnd all of the ery neighborhood were well counties surrondinj represented. The youth nnd the maid, the aged couple that had seen the storm of many winters, the young man in his strength, theyoung woman iu her beauty; the rich aud the rich nnd the poor, the high nnd the low, vctraiis and children in almost an endless throng surged through the Every stieet for full three hours. conceivable conveyance to which the principle of locomotion could be applied was" to be seen. The fine carriage pf the rich old fanner,the 'buses of our liverymen, the buggies, with and without tops, road wagons and carts. The forms of equine nnd bovine animation were multifarious. d The proud steed, the worn-ou- t mule, the firey livery horse, the steady farm horse nnd the slow-bu- t sure old ox, all, all were there. About 9:30 the old soldiers who had gathered at the Court House marched to the Fair Grounds to the time of AilJoHrnril. TUESDAY'S COMMERCIAL. martini music. The old time fire and The Legislature has adjourned. enthusiasm a ere kindled, the eyes Everybody will celebrate the Fourth deep sunk nud dim kindled and glowof July more joyously on that account ed, the Old Flag received many n lovand yet the Legislature was not such ing look, the steps made slow since a bad body after all. It had imposed the sixties by the encroachment of on it a task ot unusual magnitude, Father Time received new firmness calculated to demand the exercise of and elasticity, and thus with bauds the first order of ability. Its trouble playing, banners flying, and hearts seems to us to have been in the fact beating with patriotic emotions, the that it had so many members of good grand old patriots marched gladly on. ability and so few of dominating nnd The business houses were all or nearexceptional ability. The good feat- ly all properly decorated with the Na- ures of the new Constitution which . tional colors and the scene to the led us to support it will become manthoughtful obfetvor was most im-- l ifest after the laws enacted by the pressive. Animated as wercthc faces, present Legislature have had a trial. j quick as were the feet, one could not 1 ne people 01 Kentucky will pay a t 1.111 to .see a trace ol sadness. 1 iiouguts little attention to their own affairs, were wandering to other days when I and the Constitution can be amended they had marched to battle on the in particulars "wherein it proves to be field where many comrades fell. It defective. The Commercial supported . was for these a thought was harbor the new Constitution because it could ed, some who before had seen Reun be amended, and it is in favor of its ions nnd had marched with them onamendment in several importint par- ly last year at Cromwell had answer ticulars. eil the great roll call beyond and nil were too well aware that they themselves must soon bivouac on the great field beyond the river. On and on swept the column into the beautiful Grounds, where, back of the Amphitheatre, a speakers' stand had been erected and beautilully decorated. Capt. E. F. Kinnaird, of Rochester, called the vast assemblage to order and Rev. J. A. Bennett led in prayer. In the forenoon speeches were made woodby Dr. J. E. Pendleton. Major Gen. E. II. Hobson, and afternoon by Col. J. S. R. Wedding, Col. All S. P. Love and Col. I. U. Nail. were appropriate, patriotic and full of kindly feeling lor both the Blue and We the Gray. A big public dinner was served and the great crowd was treatMany citizens of the ed bountifully. town and surroundingcounty brought "pos- dinner and invited many friends to mon- enjoy their hospitality. The business of the Veterans' Association was conducted with despatch. Capt. S. K.Cox was chosen President; Roland Hackett and J. M. Bishop, Jo A. Bcunctt.Chap-lain- , and Col. I. B Nail, Secretary. The Reunion next jear will be held is at Rochester. At about 4 o'clock the car-loa- d crowd began to leave and by 5:30 o'clock the grounds werealmostwhol-l- y vacated. Hartford has done well and our people will wish for an other opportunity to entertain the old 3 soldiers and their friends. New-York high-headeI I 134 are already held by Democrats. The trouble with the Democrats is that they always want to get the best of the bargain. When there is a Republican Administration they always want things run on the order, but now they want everything in sight. Fair play they know not of. An interesting bit of gossip is floating around Washington in connection with the refusal of Crisp to speak at Tammany's at on the the 4U1 of July jxhv-wogiounds that his wife is ill. While Airs. Crisp's health is bad it is said that the reason why Mr. Crisp did not care to speak in New .York was n superstitious dread, caused by the trouble which has invariably lollowcd his speaking in that town. While he was making his first speech in after his election as speaker he received a telegram stating that one of his sons was dying nnd he did die before he reached his bedside. Upon the second occasion he received telegraphic notice of the fatal illness of another son, and the last time he went there to speak lie was snubbed at the memorable Reform Banquet and not allowed to deliver the speech he had prepared. It is also probable that a desire to postpone committing himself on the silver quesas tion until after his Speaker had something to do with his refusal. n THE REUNION. A llrniillliil liny, i n l.nro frond mill IMmwtnt Time FOURTH OF JULY, On and after the above day we inaugurated a CLEAKING-OU- T SALE of CLOTHING for the season and for 30 days we will positively give clearing-ou- t prices, which means GOOD, FASHIONABLE SUITS at prices so greatly reduced that anybody can tell just what he is doing. This does not mean a lot of CiJEAP JOIIiN 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. We mean just what we say, and all we ask is that you call and look through. COME AT ONCE. Respectfully, Hooray nnd Hurrah, the Glorious Fourth was grand! Tuesday morning dawned, a day of unsui passed iEEOCIESIIEIR 5s rather freely were in the best of humor. -- CO. FOR 30 DAYS We will offer you special inducements in Champion Mowers front and rear cut, John Dodds Hayrake with steel and Kin-nair- d, 2, TAYLOR CO. ly eight-year-o- ld would stop they would at once be surrounded by a curious throng, gazing intently at the interesting vehicles, many persons never having before seen n bicycle. Speaking of bicycles, though, the funniest thing that occurred was the expert (?) riding exhibition gived by Mr. Hnyward Lawyer Hayward. never had ridden a wheel and iu order to enliven the crowd n little, he concluded, despite the fun that would be himii:kiiooi.. created at his expense, to make his July 5. Misses Myrtle Tiusley and maiden effort as a wheelman right in Carrie Smith, of the Washington lront ofthe Amphitheatre where ful- neighborhood, spent Saturday night ly three thousand of the country's iu this vicinity. beauty and chivalry could see. It Virge .Stevens, of Daviess county, was n lively ride. The mount was spent Saturday and Sunday in this e made and here and there vicinity, the guest of his parents. iu and out and around and J. L. Anderson, Owensboro, spent about ran that aggravating wheel deSunday night in Kinderhook. zig-za- g lightscribing rainbows and Richard O. Neel, Whitcsville, was ning finally unking a slashing finish visiting iu this community the first in the ditch just beloiv the Amphiguest of R. A. An- theatre landing the young attorney ofthe week, the derson and family. ankle deep in the mud and water. Miss OUie Anderson is on the sick Mr. Hayward went in to amuse the list at this writing. crowd and succeeded admirably nud nobody enjoyed the fun more W. II. Barnes spent Sunday evening in Kinderhook. than he. Mr. Carl Lashbrook, of Brown's The entire police regulations were Valley, and Miss Annie Hawkins, of left to Messrs. Ansel Wilson", W. H. Mauzy and Evan Cornelius, who look-c- d Hartford, were quietly married at the after their work in the most satis- residence of Caleb Crowe Saturday Immediately evening at 5 o'clock. factory inauner. after the ceremony they repaired to J. The very best oit order prevailed W. Stevens', of this place, where throughout the day,' only a young they partook of an enjoyable supper. man getting somewhat boisterous be- Sunday morning they returned to the cause he couldn't get a glass of lemhome of the groom where they will onade quite as quickly as he wished. make their future home. May pleasConsidering the number in attendance ure nnd prosperity be theirs through better conduct could not be asked. the rugged paths of life is the wish of Very few drunken men were on the Daisy Drank. ground nnd those who had partaken n, wigglc-de-wuggl- The Committee on Arrangements did splendid work. The dinner was put up in good time, well cooked and palatable, convenient scats, a nice speakers' stand everything in fact they undertook was a success. The work, too, of the Committee on Reception was up to the top notch of perfection. The following old soldiers were enrolled: 17th Ky., Infantry, R. V. Wells, John P Morton, Robt. Dufi, J. O. Butler, Capt. David Duncan, J. M Byers, W. N. Morris, W. F. Wake-lanG. L. O'B.innon, W. F. Wright, Richard W. Givcns, Sanford White, Jessee Shaver, George W. Reddish, R. W. Grimes, I. S. Simpson, Edwin Forbes, V. M. Stewart, J. I. Harder, F. M. Felfx, J C. Wilson, John S. Fttqua, John I Felix, II. C. Truman, J. N. Pollard, John W. Black, S. M. Wilson, M.S.Ragland.R. P. Sorrells, John N. Baize, W. M. Southard, Robt. Simpson, J. W. Morris, Luther Rogers, Miles McCoy, I.indsey Bennett, Remus Carter, Lieut Col I. B. Nail, W. L. Brown, W. N. Carter, E. H. James and Jas. M. Rogers. 2th Ky., Cavalry: John C. Chamberlain, Daniel Hicks, R. P. Hunter, J. F. King, W. C. Ambrose, Aaron Jewell, J. A King, J. A. Hoskins.V. J. Albert Fitts, Carroll Bradley, J W. Stevens, Sidney Boarth, J. J. Patton, Jessee W.Sharp. W. P. Napier, A. W. Hodges. J. W. Bear, W. P. Bennett, D. L. Smith, John J. Cruine, Obed Chapman, R. N. Everly, Col. S. Q. C. Shanks, C. A. Russellerg, G. Rlioads, A. W. Mills, E. Ciowc, II. A. Babbitt, Win. Wallace, John A. Clark, James A. Thomas. A T. Nail and Thomas Greer. nth Ky., Infantry: G. W. Fortney, G. M. Stroud, Joseph Gossett. W. C. Adkins, R. M. Davenport, Jas. Fer guson, Isaac Jlitcliell, in. EugencF. Kinnaird, Napolconlleener, T. W. Lee, T. M. Euibrey. Abraham Braell, Jas. P. Hampton, John W. Martin, B. F. Flcener, J. I.. Lee, Augustus Baker, John M. Hudson, John W. Moore, NajKileon Flteuer 'and J. H. Hunter. 26th Ky., Infantry: 1 5 R. Bennett, John S. Leisure, Win. Taylor. I. W. Carter, J. W. Bryant, W. D. Pickett, Col. R. E. Hackett, R. A. HackUt, Z. O. King, A. B. Stanley, S. W. Bennett, F. M. Gilstiap, Sam Rowe, W.L.Brown.W.A Carson, L.F. Mills, J. B. Rowe, Jo. L. Carson, Jas. A. Park, B. M. Bennett, P. W. Carter, W. J. Grobarger and W II. Russell. Others enrolled whose regiments are not given arc as follows: Wm. Johnson, Thos. Galley, Zachariah Taylor, Joshua A. I'ittmnii, John lloagland, Thomas Ferguson, John Addison, B F. Burden, W. II. lloag land, F. M. Porter, G. S. Pierce, I. Mi. McCiure, Louis Gunther, W. T. Roark, W. D. Myers, A. Elmore, '.. T. Russell, Wm. F. Byers, W. H. II. Park, A. J. Grcgsby, Isaac Mordue, John P. Vincent, Sam Gaddis, A. J. Carter, L. W. Nemet, J. S. Lake, Sam Bartlett, Walter Samuels, Isaac Nimmo, P. G. Cargal, U.S Galloway, S. W. Jones, J. II. James, Jas. L. Aiiuersou. Confederates whose names were enrolled arc as follows: J. C. Herrell, T. J. Avritt, J. P. Cooper, W. R. Rich- ardson, Drjolin E Pendleton, John J Gillum, John M Leach, W R Chap-maBen Newton, Tiuioleon Morton, James Chinn, nnd Steve May. 1 Come to Hartford TO SEE THE n&h&& OPENING" SPRING OE-- C. L. Field's car of Buggies just from the Ho will mivc ou MONEY by Buying from Davis Carriage Company. HIM. Will l!0.00 sell you u Hii'iry, Hnrncw, Lap Diislcrund Whip from up to !7..0(). tion of building in Ciiicintinli. The Davis Carriage Company lias the reputatin- - lient llnggy for tl.e ninney ol any 1'uetory So come and judge for yourself. j. d. WILLIAMS 7IIHh General - Blacksmith jiiBIBt-ws?'-3g J3eefxrGV Dam, I3Ly All kinds of Repairing done on short notice and at most reasonable rates. "liORSE-SUOELNGTsPEOIAlry. Agent for the Kansas City Complete Circuit, All Steel, Mounted Hay Press, Disc Harrows, Osborne Mowers and Bakes. $37.50 SOUTHERN QUEEN S37.5G Is it possible a Tup Buggy with utj 4J.M1U. Sibcr-platcd Dash Unit, Scat Rail, Handles, ti.iu bjiiuifc i ijjb, iur uwute iir.v i 6' w Write for our New 80 page Catalogue Address CINCINNATI, THE SOUTHERN BUGGY ... A1 Pi of all kinds of Vehicles. CO. S. A. OHIO, U. For Sale! good secondhand piano, cheap for cash. Apply at A Statement of the Condition -- OK THE- - OK T 0 Jhii this office. SIvND twelve cents iu postage stamps to 39 Corcoran Uuilding, Washington, D. C, and you will receive four copies of Kate Field's Washington, containing matter of special interest. Give nniue aud address, and where you saw this advertisement. ly the Clone ol niMlnemi, miry 7, 1H0.1. RESOURCES. Bills discounted Real cstato Furniture mid fixtures. Bonds and Bnuk Stock Debts in suit Cash on hand Cash in other Banks .. . $70,911.82 3,000.00 . 1,000.00 . 1,341.67 743.64 14,117.78 17,280.08 $108,395.49 BUGGIES. We have 111 stock, a lino of the highest grade buggies that cannot bo excelled in tho market, notably tho "Steel Geared Buggy," tho only thing of the kind on tho market. Also the celebrated "Staven and Abbott" "Side Bar," and the "Rico Coil" Spring." Ab to competition, wo LIABILITIES. .Capital stock. . . .' 830,000.00 Deposits 72,480.85 Dividends unpaid 1,144.00 Duo other Banks 4.30 Discount and Exchange.. 413,01 Undivided Profits 4,340.73 $108,395.49 defy competition on tho high CO. grado of vehicles. HOOKER A A dividend of 84.00 per share now duo and payable on domaud. CJ. K. COX, PiUHIDRNT. 18 " ' V i A GET RID SALE!' The remainder of Fair Bros. & Co.'s SPRING t AND SUMMER STOCK - Must be moved io 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 Challics, Ginghams, Plain and Fancy India Linens, Dimities, Laces, Ribbons, Millinery. Summer Weight Cloth-ing- , Slippers, in fact, all k V Many people will take advantage of these V Moderate WeightWears Because they know that we put prices away below quality, ar d to get any of our Summer Goo(' simply a big bargain. s is crsr t n Kt --TP The Bargain House of Ohio County, FAIR .. BROS- - A CO- 7, 18M. I I.-- ' ,v Miss Klva Morton has accepted a iuL!linii nc vnlnelmlv ill till tinllltlar Vkv delivery at Stevens & Collins. store of Carson & Co. The Reunion is past and still you Ficsh Groceries at Tr.icy & Sin's. can get a nice rig at Casebier & Bur-ton- 's V'le.shcst groceries at Stevens at reasonable rates. Collins. The half has never been told about SouiethitiK eool lor sututucr at l'air Fair Rros. & Co.'s summersales. Go Bros. & Co. to them atuHcarn the rest. Call anil examine prices at Stevens Messrs. Stevens & Davenport will 2t next visit Fordswillc, for the purpose & Collins. Tracy & Sou .still h ive some plows of establishing a Library there. Jor sale cheap. Our Mulls and Swisses are going Remember that Tracy & Son .sell at prices to suit every one. Cahson & Co. the Olds Wagon. We can fit you in a suit of Clothes Rig baigaius in Millinery Goods at at n price that will suit your purs. Pair Rros. & Co. Cahson- - & Co. The best goods lor the least money Come to us and get Fresh Grocerat Carson & Co.'s. ies and low prices. No pi ices quoted can compare with Srr.viiNS & Coi.mns. 2t FRIDAY, Jl'LY ' Time and money the two great Cash buys a big pile of goods these elements in commercial life aie savdays at Hair Hros. & Co. ed by dealing with Fair Rros. & Co. Plow Points for the Oliver Chilled Casebier & Rurton keep the best Plows cheap at Tracy & Son. feed the market affords. Leave your A strike in bargains is constantly horse with them when you come to found at Fair llros. & Co. town. Ice for sale at any time and any Anywhere from twenty to forty tf applicants may be expected to attend quantity, at Williams Rros. Examination at the You can buv a stiaw hat at your the Teacher's Court House own price at Carson & Co.'s. to-da- Fair Hros. & Co. Wc still sell the Shoes. Cahson & Co. An abounding grace is found in Fair Rros. & Co.'s summer suits. Rriug us your Rggs and. Feathers. Cahson' & Co. Henry Field hauled 53 passengers to and from Reaver D.uu Tuesday. $10 suit. Mrs. I?, J. Hudson, who has lived with the family of Dr. Coleman the I.OHII past year, has moved back to her old H.'tween Macedonia Church and the home on the Reaver Dam road, widow Lanham's, in Ohio county, one sack of wool., The RcvrG. 1). McDonald did not fill to the great finder will "leave the same at this his pulpit here Sunday Bro. office and be rewarded. I, also, sell disappointment of our people. McDonald is n great favorite with all the best patent bed springs. J. M.McCautv. of us. d . Mrs. E. W. Taylor, of Greenville, Sam Jones will tell 'you when he is in town. jjcts here to always leave your hor.se Miss May King, Delaware, is visat Casebier & Hurtou's stable. iting Miss Sallle Catc. J. W. Tichcnor, Point Pleasant, Messrs. Morton & Iipolnt arc boring for oil on the farm of II. R. called to sec us Friday, Taylor, near Reaver Dam. They have J.'a. Smith and W. M. Fair went sunk n hole over five hundred lect to Owcnsboio yesterday. deep, F. M. Crowder, Renfrew, was n Under the new School I,aw all pleasant caller Friday. districts whether they reported 45 Mrs. J. Kelft, of Louisville, is visipupils or not will have five months ting Mrs. Fred Raruch. f schools, so that teachers and TrustMiss Lettic Marks, Owensboro, is ees will not be too hasty in clos- visiting Miss Mabel Kiuibley. ing contracts, Miss Jessie Allen, of Rosine, is vis I am now located in the room foriting the family of Hon, E 1). Guffy, summerly occupied by Williams Rros., V. M. Stewart and wife, Reda, viswhere I will be pleased to have all ited the family of Rev. J. II. James cash customers call and get their last Friday. Groceries, Hardware, etc., of the best A. M. Miller and little daughter, A 1'nll. quality and at rock bottom prices, Miss Ada, Central Grove, called to see We, the undersigned citizens, recA. D. White. us Tuesday. ognizing the proper qualifications of Rev. Sam Jones will lecture at Mrs, J. II, Kuykemloll, of Point Hon, C. S. Taylor for State Senator Hartford, Tuesday and Wednesday Pleasant, is visiting her sister, Mrs. from this Senatorial District, pledge nights, July 25th and 26th. Subject L. P. Louey. nun our undivided support m securfor Tuesday night: "The Rattle of II. P. Taylor went to Evansville ing his nomination nnd election to the Life and how to win it." Subject for Wednesday night on legal business. same: Wednesday night: "The Troubles of He will J II Jones, E II Swain, return Life and what to do with them." W T Taylor, J W Martin, Mrs. C. II. Ilahnttoii, who has been Wlnson Smith, Jack Hall, a desperate character, spending thV'pasf two weeks in Seth P Ranney, who has figured considerably in the Greenville, returned home Saturday. James S Bennett, Olive Daugherty, Joe W Coleman, W N Martin criminal annals in the county, was Prof. M. II. Rlioads. of the Frank R B Martin, W A Wilson, lodged in jail Monday. He and Atton fort City High Schools, is in town, J C Wilson, Holder were indicted last court for shaking hands with his many friends. W S Gillstrap, T A Harpin, PWGillstrap, and burning the Fordsvillc lock-u- p beMrs. P. II. Hafiey and Miss Livia Win Evans, Hannibal Taylor, he was wanted under this charge. Wedding, Whitesville, were the guests M M Hampton, J W Flecner, Reserved seats for the Jones lec- of Col. J. S. R. Wedding this week. D C Martin, We 0 E Scott, tures arc going very fast. Persons Ben Sampson, of the Revenue SerN C Daniel Jo B Rogers, Sr. desiring choice scats will do well to vice, Louisville, attended the "Reun John X Taylor, Eon Rogers, call at Williams & Hell's drug store ion, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred A Frizzell, Lon Rogers, and get them or send 75 cents to Baruch. John O Butler, J L Rogers, Williams & Rell or Rowan Holbrook, . C J Rogers, J. L. Anderson, Owensboro, and A D Taylor, who will select good scats and forward E E Rogers, Richard Neel, Whitesville, gave us a E T Gillstrap, tickets by mail. Lavega Rogers, cill while attending the Reunion J W Davis, John Daugherty, F M Taylor, Not wishing in the least to Influence Tuesday. Estill Taylor, the public mind in regard to. the inMisses Florence Wright and Pearl Byron Taylor, J L Douglas James Shultz, glorious attempt of the mule-beatMiller, Fordsvillc arrived yesterday, and his cohorts to clean out the J R Hoskins, to entering the Examina- J W Daniel, G N Gillstrip, Melvin Taylor, office, wc leave the matter tion Jo Jones John Find, t: be first passed upon by the courts Mrs. E. J. Hudson, who has been W M Phipps. Travis Taylor, after which if deemed necn visiting friends and relatives in essary we may have something to say. J B Blankenship, Jerome Taylor, for the past five or six weeks, H B Taylor, J L Wilson, That energetic young carpenter, returned home Monday. A W Taylor, A W Davidson, Kvan Cornelius, yesterday put in a Misses Sallie Langley and Maggie E S Mauzy, Carl Taylor, 1ii.1t piece of work for our big CampK mmel, two of Muhlcnburg county's Robinson, C R Stevens, bell Press. A part of the wood work limdsomest young ladies, are the James W P Ashby, W E Chapman, had broken and the replacing of it re- g tests of Miss Fannie Casebier. F L Rowc, F L Ashby, quired great care. The job was quickMrs. Dr. Haynes, of Indianapolis, J M Buskill. J W Hill, ly and neatly done and you can't tell a id her father, Steve Woodward, of J S Chapman, but the work was put up at the fac- O vcusboro, accompanied by E. C. AWBiiskill, tory. oliro oritiimoltitlaii. Woobward and wife, Shinkel Chapel, Wc have bought J. W. Lytle's inAt Seymour, Ind., last week, an were the guests of W. T. Woodward terest in the drug store owned by d boy wjio was stealing and family, Kinderhook, Monday. Williams, Bell & Co., and desire to a ride on a street car fell and was run Stop with C L Field when make a full settlement at once. All over, being almost crushed to death. parties indebted to the old firm will This might serve as'a warning to the you come to town please settle their accounts. Hoping b lys here and at Reaver Dam, who, . oiler. you will continue to give us your libd ly after day, go on hanging on to To the Elders and Deacons of the the 'bus from both Field's and Case-bier- 's various Congregations of Deciples of eral patronage, we ate very truly, Williams & Bull. stabls. Christ in Ohio County, Ky., you are hereby earnestly solictited to attend fcJOO will be Hlicn On July 4 the family of Rev. n meeting of thcChurcli at New Bay-mti- s, For any case of rheumatism which E M. Crowe will have a reunion at near Barretts Ferry, this county, cannot be cured by Dr. Drummond's All his his home in Jcffersontown. on the 22d of July, for the porpose Lightning Remedy. The proprietors children and several of his brothers moveof inaugurating a do not hide this offer, but print it in arc expected. Out of seven sons ofhis ment between the various congrega- bold type on all thier cirulars, warp-perfamily six are or have been fither's tions to enable us to employ an evanprinted matter, and through the preachers and all four of Bro. Crowe's gelist tor this county for one year. newspapers everywhere. It will work sons are preachers. Rev. R. A. There will be n prortracted meeting in wonders one bottle curing any ordiCrowe will start Sunday morning. progress at the above named date. nary case. If your druggist has not got it, he will order it, or it will be Col. S. R. Dent, of the United Staes Be sure to attend. sent to any address by express on reM. F. SiiAiir, Life Insurance Campany, is in town ceipt of price, with special instructions W. W. Lovd, this week talking and writing insurm m or use. Drumraond Medicine Co., ance. Those wishing good insurance For a pleasant ride to Beaver Dam, 0 Maiden Lane, New York. with a most pleasant agent will do call on C L Field Agents wanted. well to remember Col. Dent and the United States. Many of Hartford's Prohibition Con trillion. Attention Carpcnteml Aknloo, Ky.,Juiic 29, 1893. most careful and successful business At 1 o'clock p. m., Saturday, July The Prohibitionists of Ohio county men have policies with him. '93i at the residence of L. F. are hereby called to meet in couven-tio- n '5 Bennett we will let the building of Nrrlnuily Hurt. at Hartford, July 21, at 10 a. 111. the new schoolhousc in Tuesday evening as Jeff Bell, of district No. s lj rv 7J79uHkH3UljlsBBfBSHPKl jnmvrr. Every Prohibitionist is earnestly remim-wbidder. was returning from the Reun103 to the lowest and best quested to be present, as this will be ion he happened to a very serious House to be finished by September an interesting gathering, it being the accident. He was riding a young 15th. F. M. Porter, Chairman. first convention of the kind ever held horse which became frightened and L. F. Bennett, Trustee. Ohio county. jumped off the last culvert on the far in Strothhr HAWKiNS.Trustee. A candidate for the Legislature is end of the levy, north of town. Horse Hummer Wenkiima to be nominated, which in itself and rider fell tugether, Mr. Bell havshould insure great interest among And that tired feeling, loss of appeing an ugly gash cut on his chin, the Prohibitionists of the county, be tite and nervous prostration are drivhis left elbow badly strained, persides other important business will en away by Hood's Sarsaparilla, like haps fractured, and several teeth mist before the morning sun. To rebe transacted. knocked loose. The horse was also alize the benefit of thisgreat medicine Nos. 234 to 242 Kast Market Street, Between Brook and In the meantime, I will address the Floyd Streets. badly crippled. "Mr. Bell was taken give it a trial and you will join the citizens of Ohio county nt the followbiother-iu-law'C. Rito his John places: Select, July 10. Crom- army of enthusiastic admirers of THE BEST $1,00 PER DAY HOTEL IN THE CITY OR STATE. ley's, mid Dr. E. R. Pendleton was ing well, July 11. Beaver Dam, July 12. Hood's Sarsaparilla. summoned imcdlately. The wounds Sure.eflictent, easy Hood's Pills. were dressed and on Wednesday Mr. McHenry, July 13. Rockport, July 14. Centcrtown, July 15. Green River They should be in every traveller's Bell was able ta go home. Had there every family medicine chest. been guard rails on the bridge, Union Church, July 17. Ruford, July grip and a as there should have been, the acci- 18. Fordsrille, July 19. Rosine, July 25c. box. 20. Speaking beginning at 8 o'clock dent would not have occurred. p. in. The new School Law requires 'Trustees to purchase a deal of new schoolhotise furniture. PERSONAL Tho Nciintorlnl Contention. Ri;avi:ii Dam, Ky., July 3'd, 1893. Pcrsuant to a call of Committeeman, Wood Tinsley, of Ohio county, the District Committee of the Senatorial District composed of the counties of Muhlcnburg, Rutler nnd Ohio, met at Beaver Dam for the purpose of choosing a lime nnd place for holding n Convention to nominate n Republican candidate for State Senator. It was agreed to call such convention to meet at Reaver Dam, Thursday, September the 7th, and the various counties were instructed to choose delegates to represent them in said convention on the basis of one delegate for every 100 votes or fraction over 50 cast for the Republican candidate for President in the last Presidential Elccton. Wood TiNSi.r.v, Chairman. Jo. II. Roonus, Sec'y. smatMic3KzZixxLKiiMnionexx!tzz EVERYTHING MUST BE SOLDI There is a irac for every tiling. Yesterday was the time to rest and have un,htit this is the time to secure a Bargain. In order to close out our spring and mer Clothing, we will let them go for to-da- 20 PER CENT. LESS Than the usual price. Our straws have been going for the past ten days for what they would bring, and will continue until they are all gene. Any one can afford a new Hat at the price they are ing sold. also carry a full line of Shoes and Slippers, the to-da- Cal-lioo- BEST TO BE HAD. Every pair of our custom shoes guaranteed. Notions move off nicely, but we are continually buying and keeping a full stock. Our Grocery is running over with the best and freshest goods to be had, at prices that cannot be excelled. Remember we keep a full supply of Furniture. Give us a trial. Yours, &c, eight-year-ol- CARSON $ CO 'ti 12-1- ENTERPRISE HOTEL, s, 1 48-5- Bit-for- d, M FVjVi JOHN SEARCY, Proprietor. s, 1 m buggies and harness, before buying elsewhere Be sure nnd sec C L Field' Sad and Gloomy Weak and Dyspeptic ,'v " ' , Jt, v 4 . ' """' . , ' ' v ' r ' - . r ' - yv 1 Ilcv. II00110 Iril(l. Rev. W. W. Boone, of Springfield, Mo., died at that place Wednesday evening after a very short illness. Three telegrams were received that day by his wife, who is at McIIenry, The first stating he was quite sick, the second that he was worse, nnd the third that he was dead. He was a rising young Presbyterian minister and was in charge of a Church at Springfield. Last November he was Deputy Sheriff J. Burch Taylor, as- married to Miss Ella Duncan, of McMaster Lewis Hamilton, who was sisted by L. L. Stewart, arrested Hen"quite sick the first of the week, is IIenry, who came back in April to ry Maddox at McIIenry Saturday. visit her mother nt McIIenry and her much better. Three years ago he was indicted for sister, Mrs. F, L. Felix, at this place, If you need n Hat for the World's wounding with intent to kill. Mad- was taken sick and has not yet been Fair sec Miss .Sara Collins, with Car-- . dox was placed in jail. able to return, Mrs, Boone telegraphson & Co. Mr. Carl Lashbrook, of Utica Ky., ed for the remains to be shipped-therWhy will you buy old groceries and Miss Anna Hawkins, of this city, for interrment nnd it is probable that when you can get fresh ones nt Ste- - were quietly married Saturday even-in- g they will arrive this morning nnd vens & Collins. at the residence of Mr. Caleb that the funeral will be held this 'evmorning at the Crow on Mill Street, Rev-J. Bean ening or Born, on the 2d inst., to the wife officiating. Mr. Lashbrook is a ris- Hamilton and McIIenry Cemetery. of V. M. Westerficld, of the Hartford ing young farmer of Daviess county House, n fine boy. Hundreds of people write "It is imwhile the bride is one of Ohio counWe possible to describe the, good Hood's The Daviess County Baptist Asso- ty's most successful teachers. Daviess wish them a pleasant voyage on the Sarsaparilla has done me. 'J Jt will ciation convenes nt Bath-br- a, be of equal help to you. sea of life. county, August 15. e We will make you look neat in a S. C. Stevens and E. L. Davenport Cahson & Co, have succeeded in establishing n LiRring us your produce and get the brary here, with G. B. Liking as Librarian. The Library will be delivSruviiNS & Collins. cash. ered the last week in this month. We want all kinds of country pro- If you want to hear something Cahson & Co. ducc. good, come to Hartford July the 25th Everything In the grocery line at and 26th and hear Rev, Sam Jones Tracy & Son, cheap for spot cash. on "Battle of Life and how to win it," trade at Fair Rros. & Co.'s ntul "The troubles of life and what You to do with them." once and you will go there again. We call the Attention 'or our readers Hood's Baraaparllla Gave Strength and Perfectly Cured, to the nd. of the Leavenworth Business College which appears elsewhere in this paper. The fact they offer to give instructions free to introduce their College shows that they have faith in their ability. This is n fine opportunity to gain a practical business education nt home, and we advise our young people to investigate the matter and profit by it. NOTICE! d I, M. L. Bfeavrin, Administrator, of N. I Wedding, decease, will offer for sale by public auction, at the. farm of T. J. Wedding, on rS&lard&y, IMPORTANT! I will be at Rochester, July the 10th, to remain only a short time will be prepared to do all kinds of Photograph work. I make a speciality of Cabinet Photos. I use the instantnneous process for making baby pictures. You will find me located in'nn elegant A. D. Taylor. Photograph Car. NuppoatMl Mtolcn Wnlcli. Call 011 C. R. Martin and prove property and pay expenses. July 693, ia4RNRNBA JaV9iaV& 2r. J't K. White Ulrmlnsharn, Alabama. "I have not words enough to express mi thanks for the great benefits received from a few bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla. I was weak, and It made mo strong) I was a dyspeptic, nnd It cured me I was sad anl gloomy, and It rruido ma cheerful and hopeful. And last, though not least, It mada me. an ardent and Rarsa- parllla working democrat. All who have taken Ilaod'i Sarsaparilla wlUi my advice, report good results. I gladly recommend It to all sufferers.' J. It. Wuitk, M. D., nirmlngluun, Ala. N, D. If you decide to take-Itod- 'a Baraaparllla do not be Induced to buy any other Instead. Insist upon HOOD'fl. uu riiTnlcluiii rocommenil It. All dealer keep It. II dO icr tottU. Oonuln trade-mirand craw d led linen on wrapper. U.e nroirii'a Iron Hitter.. poit msrursiA Hood's Cures 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 Com, &c. Terms of sale made known on day of sale. This 28th day of June, 1893. x' $ -- .? j,. j BROWN'S IROS BITTERS Ourti Indigestion, Illlloiuneu, Djrapeptla, Mala. rta, Nerrowneu, and General Debility, riirii-ciarecommend It. Alldcahraacll It. Genuine feu trade mark and crocicd ml linen on wrapper. M. L. .HEAV.RI1T, Adm'r of N. P. Wedding, 'J- gentle and effecUve. Try a box. UOctuU. Hood's Plllaarethe best family cathartic, ij -'- ilV . ' ,.,,. ' i. - --, s ' .1. t &' pnmi .! iimaw , tVMM im fiuui, who n&iMUdod in tlio mna men-noWhilo this was going ou tho armies Bimply (slackened their efforts until ut tho end of the combat they were frequently Rtwctatora only. Tho triumphant general decapitated his unfortunate enemy, nud raising tho lioad aloft claimed tho victory. Sometimes a wholo battlo was thus decided, tho soldiery having scarcely struck n Mow or having renlly engaged at nil. Tho army of tho general nover tried to nvougo thpir chief h death at tho thno or to retrieve his overthrow. Etiquette required that battle must bo again sought at a favorablo opportunity. Cor. Chicago Times. r. SSJSS3JCWMISS5rS5Wn?W!lWJai THE LOVen'3 LAMENT, Tlio pnllmit nnlntuf Ions ngo Would unntly lu mid iUu, llul now l lie Lr.no i an iicU'i-shov- r Tlmt liny ilc'tcno tlio fnlr; I'd irm ni)Mlf ntloURlitykitlglit If tin iv wiruHiiy utiotolltilit. tio Imllniiiid 1mm to lmr;t. To din)- - no Jailer grim, Ki liumlU'il livmlcil Mmlc lo wuiet, No Hi'lloiHint loenlm: Tutka kiicIi us these, In this my k'rkf, Would lo u iiltho rillef. 1 KtraanruiuaiMS Hartford llepublican FRIDAY, JULY 7, was she; Dontit Thrown on the Report of HniraErniciit. "I believe that Hilda Is engaged," remarked the girl with tho rallies on her im. nitl' TkeQxpe Kjjle One reason why Scott's JiHiulsioti of Pure No- woman Cod Livr Oil and I Iypophosphitcs of Lime and boda has had such a large sale is because it is "Almost as palatable as milk;" but the best reason is that its curative properties are unequalled. It cures the cough, supplies the waste of tissues, produces flesh and builds up the entire system. euros Coughs, Colrlo, Conutimptlon, Scrofula, ontl all Anoomlo nntl Wasting Dluonsos. Provontu wasting In children. Almost n imlntnMo a Hcoll'fl KmuNlon lmo Good 1'ro-pat- twR Mamma Clalrette Si "for clothes AfkTSh 4r&Jl T3C7' We; A5 -- Too WfeVSfil skirt. "Why, did sho positively deny Iff" queried tlio girl with tho grass green gloves. rrCdrifUOjTcnj dent: "Is it n fact that Bob Bangly lias committed suicide?" "Yes, ho was buried this morning." Tho blanched face of Buncum became moro blanched than ever. His voice sounded unnatural as ho whispered hoarsely: "I find it pays to lend a man a dollar," said Bronson. "Why?" asked Briggs. "Well, if ho payB up, you are square. If ho doesn't, you find out what sort of n fellow ho is at small cost." "True," returned Briggs. "Ah can yon let mo havo n dollar for a day or looks so supremely foolish when ho is two, Bronson?" Harper's Bazar. first cngHged ho always has a kind of nu apologetic nir," Il.irrn't Ilientril Yet. "Perhaps ho means to npologizo to tho Stranger What sort of a climato havo girls for not having nsked them you in New York. other first," suggested tho girl with tho grass Native Well, wo can hardly bo said green gloves. to have a climato yet. Up to tho pres"Maybe. I notico that no ono really ent wo havo been having samples under takes any interest in nn engaged man consideration. New York Herald. except erhaps tho florist. It is different with a girl though." A Detlrubte Neighbor. "Isn't it? Tho fact that sho is ticketed Mrs. Binks That woman wo just 'taken' seems to add to a man's interest. passed is the nicest neighbor I ever had. Now, thero was Julia you remember Friend-Neigh- bor? Why, she didn't Juli.i'r" so much as glanco at you. plain little thing dressed in "Yes, a Mrs. Binks That's what I liko about black tho men went wild over her." her. New York Weekly. "Didn't they? and all liecnufee sho gave out that her heart was buried in tho The Only Wny. grave of tho man sho was engaged to." Day Thero is jnst ono way to get "I remember tho girls used to call her waiters who will not consider it a hard-rhl- p the 'brevet widow.' " to do without whiskers. "Did you ever havo a widow for a Weeks What? chaperon':" suddenly asked tho girl with Day Hire girls. Truth. tho ruflles ou her skirt. "No, why do you ask:" "Becanso I have, and it isoversomuch Recognition. nicer. It saves you lots of mistakes, and Van Dyke As the boat left tho dock besides she has no husband toconfido in, I waved my handkerchief, and then n so your little tricks aro not in danger of curious thing lmpjieneil. being repeated to tho other men beforo romey What was it? you them." Van Dyke Tito ocean waved back. Tho girl with tho grass green gloves Truth. her noso thoughtfully. "I berubbed lieve you aro right," sho said. "I onco Marked. Husband Well, my dear, there's out had a perfectly lovely flirtation spoiled just because my chaperon's husband told advantage in being ioor. Wife I'd liko to know what it is. tho man that I blondincd my hair every Husband Wo don't havo to pay $10,-00Friday morning. a year for house rent. Detroit Fret "How perfectly horrid! And you had Press. told him?" "That golden hair was hereditary in IIU I'nuirltc. my family and that I always spent FriTwynn Bunting is very superstition! day morning in tho kitchen learning to about numbers. cook." Triplett Which is his favorite? . "What a hhainel Look! Hero comes Twynn He's always looking out foj Hilda, and Arthur is with her." "I see, and they seem to bo quarreling nunilxT one. Brooklyn Life. desperately. Yes, they are undoubtedly Drouiii.il. engaged." Chicago Tribune. "I wonder why thero nro three sopra nos in tho choir now?" Ills Kutor All lllcht. "The bass singer's new springsuit wa If Colonel Buncum, who is president of tho Frio County Savings bank, is so loud that ono couldn't bo heard." Chicago Inter Oce.u. more precise nbout ono thing than it is his razor. Ho is so particuThe Tie lletirrrn Theiu. lar about it that he has almost come to ""Wo aro always particularly glad to tho conclusion not to allow himself even seo Pittsburgers here," said n Chicago to use it on his own chin on Sundays. man to a visitor from tho Iron City. Buncum went off fishing a few weeks "I mu glad of that." ago, and while he was gono the cashier, "Yes, sir; we are. There aro peculiar Bob Bangly, who was also his roomties between tho two cities. You know mate, committed suicide. Tho colonel that Chicago is tho great pork packing was asked by telegraph to return. He metropolis of tho world!" camobackaa fast as ho could. Rush"Yes." ing to the bank, he nsked in a voice "And, as I understand it, Pittsburg i3 husky with emotion of the vice presi- tho greatest producer of pig iron." 0 r, "Didn't ask her. I notice, though, that sho thinks that every man that looks at her is in lovo with her." "Oht Well, you may bo right. I have noticed that thero is always a bunch of roses in her window nowadays." "Yes, and she lms begun to speak of Arthur as 'Mr. Smythe.'" "Come to think of it, sho does. He was thero when I ran in to borrow her new skirt pattern tho other day. I could seo that sho had been crying." "Yen? I wonder why n man always Her llc, w Im nlniulil lw llcrt nnd i ude, htiould clauk Ids tpun and try Curses nti nil wlioilaru Inlrildo And for Ids olTntirlnit nftfli, U ulto tlie inlliK'St iii.in lwlween Tlio Marble Alcli and llcthnal Clrociu Ho tins mi rpurs, lio neor sucur. Is neither iluuriuir strung, Hut better xrrwil in stocks nmlthurcs Than In Artliurlnti nong; Reliucs ellll himself to yiu ' Into tho spirit of tho thine. He Hut rnlls my In Mm extnunxant And CLMits fur from law, Forccttlni; tlmt such things wcio not 1odoroX)oU ) Manila" ML Jk. Uocfoyou An Object Lcllon. lkrt!eeu ni'ur nsVa of mo to Haunt ilium my torse, Scott's Emulsion MimhT CLAIR ETTE Use t mllli. Get out)' ll:c grimlnc. by Reott York. toticrnlnlnnd Ijimelot. TlicNinilsnf clihnlry tire, run, Tho time) nro out of joint, frulit A llowne, Chemists, Now Bold by all Drujlsts. 80AP vnjBMMnwMiran Koiait Vf-- - , S Tc hUtwA r BlS mean?" Off and Opium Ilnttta W curul ul homo with- FITS. All fits .stopped ftce by Ilr. 1 outlnln.lloknfiiir- I tlriilanrcntl'ltfcR. Wlio conquers nll-t- lio comtnonplarc. WffS!MM ian.M.wx)i.i.r.Y.M it. Kline's Great Nerve Kestoier. No -- St. Julias lludk'ct. AUnrtn, Ua. Office lUIi WlcliallSU fits after first day's tie. Marvelous Struggling Willi tlin liiicitiiRe. cutes. Treatise and $2.00 trial bottle "I wonder what became of my jien knife?" said tho new teacher in tho kin- tree to Fit c.t.ses. Send to Dr. Kline, i.ot'iNViM.tvsr. i.oi'in .vri:x. k.h dergarten. "I atit sure I left it on my 931 Arch St , Phil , P.i. For sale by Si, 111!! & 3!1! liUl, desk." 36 1 y noddy Mulligan swiped it, mum," re- all druggists; call on yours. plied littlo Dennis Quinn. SUHKDUI.K I.N Kl'KEOT XOV.1, IS'll. .No.il, .NO.N, "Swiped it?" iiked tho teacher, with n S221 WKST IIOtl.M). Dally. IMII. surprUed iullectiou in her voice. I.T. Loulnvlllf 7. 1 J a. in. t.U p. m. "Yes'm. t mhhI 6im." .. s II n, in. 7:di p. in. Vt Point "But what do J ou meap by swiped it?" 07 p. in. llrnliMitir m. "Swiped it!" tepeatcd Dennis, it now I rvlllKtnn ft I n. in s .'17 p. in. being his turn to 1h surprised. p. in. Hr)it'nport to.il n. in, "Yes. What is swiped it?" CtovirKirt H'.llrt.m, l I'l p. in. "Why. studied it." JCucaK.tnil l't. . It. II it in. llnwcivillo p. III. rrts. "Snailed it? What on earth do you ioun Orricc 'S orrojircU. s. PATtNTOrricc i .. lI'Mn. in. 10 .!( p, in, lrlport c AtnnutubnlliipoUit. n deadlier foo to face, Wo Nn lirldo cull Klurlounly bo Molt ro MOairbankkCo. 5tUilis, 1 OxensborO "& j paiJiiaJLsa fic '.' ll "Why, ho prigged it, mum." "Moro incomprehensible than ever. Swiped, snailed, prigged! What on earth do yon mean?" "Why. ho vanked it, you know," exclaimed Dennis amaeil at hN teaehet's failure to understand common language. "Put it in his pocket, you know." "Oh!" exclaimed tho teacher, with n great sigh of relief, ns Aw went after Keddy Mulligan. Harper's Bazar. Tlio lliiiMvr Dour. !C.A.NOW&GO I OPP. PATtNTCrnCC. WfMINSTON and iu te ure niteiil lu lej tiuo ihiii tliose J Mmhinfton. Jumrte froml1. i1i awn ? or rhoo.. i 1th itesrrin. t 0 mi , It jwtcn'iblo or not, tree of J Jtloii. Uci t c&jrcc ui.r ioc noi uuc mi piicni is securer. i A Pmf.h.ct. 1' "Ujr toOMa'n I'ltcntf," with (cost tit uuc the IT. S. and fareign countries i aicvs. rteni licv. 1 -- 1.': Ar. Hrmlrroii EVSTIKU'.NII, .. Ilni.lt n J 0. C. bpottmlllf Oviti.. ,ro . I.rvilHirl UhwctiIIc...... H .., . WHEN YOU GO TO CAI.l.ON OWENSBORO btpph(iiK)r: Irrinjiton Ar. llrunili'iittiiri; UVt 1'olnt nTinirt Inventor's Daughter (proudly) You'd better play with mo now all you can. 'canto we'll lie rich soon, and then wo won't recoguizo you. Playmate How is yon goin to get rich? C.TheoXain, ?agBt5CTH MA-,- "UK liisiill ...,. lop. in. It II ii.in, l.oi . in. 1'Mp in. l.'JIp, ii. U.'la. in. No. M, No.M, Dill). Ihu'y 7 IS a. tn. 3: Up. in 7,-1a. in. 3 .17 p. m. S".'7 a. in. t 'Hi p, in, 0 I'J a. in. A ui p. in U..U n. in. IM p in IIH'I n. in. i &7 p in. n. tn. t:l'J p. in. Ilojn. in, 7.US p, in, i n. in 7.11 1. in. Isii'. p, in, S rt p. i l i fell. DK1VKU, .Mnmigur. Ojiitiuo City Seulivj. tin wuik tu elieap us mi) body, timlity eoiisitieied. lieptiiring and $!i." Ul. ejuiiiititig tljiiojiroiuptly. uivo us u call. UL'titilhS N , p, in, 9 tA p. i TValnn No. SI ami ,V. VJ nmLo Inventor's Daughter Pop has invented n rudder for Hying niaehiaes. OooJ News. Tt-.t- ..F9 ItiiiistoiiCniHli rt'i'pml)itiil, tnima.iii Iji tllip, llirliiiliiiri' & 1!. It., t Iwuml. ror Inrtlifr (it.iriiutlon, N.'.ln II. C, MnHWJK.flrii. 1'n'r Ir'i. IHllliVllli. imimiliw nl !, . A tioixl ?' How are you succeeding here? Struggling Pastor The standard of morality is rising gradually. For tin "I mil glad to hear that." "Yes, I am no longer obliged to Zr'dand cash in ulvatiee." New York Weekly. Bibliop tww i A. J. SLATON, M. D., ' :i 1"-. uid l.W ' Fr,!ir!"a lr' tic l!W, SI. Vlvrnt Physician & Surgeon K fit I f;n.'7 !, I nnult OjSl3Li3Li 0jST livi', inti(Ih- i''r nt M1IU....J, h M(m nt lr 'irufi J nuiiiirf IN i tioni trri t.i i.kII t h( .iicl i ihi !. rotiulifi. HMVf in ir Pittsburg Chronicle-Telegrap- h. Tho 1'roreiior'a Mlatake. I. "How did ho do itJ" "Morphine." "Thank heaven!" cried Buncum, with tears in his eyes, "my razor is bafo, but I might have known it would be, for Bob was ono of thfl most considerate of men. I shall always rovere his memory." Texas Sittings. Tlie Correct Thing. II. "Who's that down stairs, Jane?" "Some friendi of mine, ma'am." "But you had somo friends yesterday, Jane!" "Yes, ma'am." "And on Monday night!" "Yes, ma'am." "Don't you think yon had better havo a regular day at homo each week?" "Thank you, ma'aml That will bo very nicol" London Fun. Tho Contents. suppose you havo your lunch in that market basket," said Hojack to Tomdik ns they met in tho World's fair grounds. "No," replied Tomdik. "In that bas net i carry tlio money to pay for my lunch." Hnrper's Bazar. in. "I WwM$C iwi'flhCft-f- l $sSfr$$ :jfiyr?wts IV. & As n junkman was driving up Hiut-ing- s CKNTHAL CITY, KY. street u hind wheel cumo oft" his wagon nnd let tho vehiclo down witli n R. R. PAXON, PROPRITOr! v r crash, und the usual crowd gathered to Has just been ropaireil ami newh observe, speculate mid di:cus.4. A well ?ho dressed woman who was pacing by fiirnislieil. Located close to Depot. halted and asked a boy on tho ontsldrts of tlio crowd what had happened. i Good meals or s lunch Give :nd MVUil tt &7sry Stjie "W 11, yuix see," began the boy after rizv uj t .'i draning ' o back of either hand nenws SaTUM Pictures Copied and Knlarget: I it a trial. hii no-- " .i I amping up his shoulders, A SPECIALTY. "the filter v alcughero" 108V Mum Street. "Y-- s " 110, KY Thra ''if u hclo iu tlio pavement, ITmC" - OW EX!-Hbut Vj itdti't ?o it." D.tl'VUVM: V. or Itin l.Htl'CIt "Ko." "Jist when ho gits to that holo ho HAItir Ciircilnt I tunic In T.'iiD.i.is ly Miliiiliilsleilii Ilr. IliilmV spits on Ids hand liko this, nud hauls oil AND liko this, and ho fetches tho old boss a tiiililrn hscrlllr. ofootlt-It ran I1 n.'n m :1 - of tn r stinger to wako him up. Tho boss gives The Leadina Republican Family Paper of the United States, a jump, you know, jist tlio samo us you'll or l ,, or in looil, mil. ur the knoHlt.lo o( tho unJ will MiVot patMnt. It v. alMiluut) ttir.iiU-me would!" n p. riiuiipiit nn m.I ,r. , whMhrr the pa"Yes, yes!" j alooholu-i n rnoiltremtetJr.nK. reck. "Then the Hues collapse, tlio cylinder tient tn en jn-- in a thou- i ui.rI mi i, anlinc-i-rrjaf- i It hi heads blow out, and the belts blip olf the pirfnt ouri hii roilow,'!' ltncrr you that iiU. The ikI(-ii-i onot jinpiiiite.1 with the drive wheel, nnd I'm iiktvi:i:n this town might hev bin all blowed to j"- , it Iwoiiim in nt' i imp ".nihilii) for the thunder if I hadn't ben up thero on the lMinr.ipjM titi lo cits', i uri' nanitciil, IS LOUSVILLE and MEMPHIS, corner and hollered to Jimmy Day to pAM iMk oi i,iriKiiiiir-fro. VMii 4 tt.i'dt'l.D- Gives all the ncu3 of Ton n, Coiitrty and S(nte, ami us miioh National Willi come and seo tho fun!" Mn.-- t K.s.srncirif c u. it news as any other paper of itscla "Laud o' massy, but I'vo been expect-i- n ll'4t!l, 01M Your home would bo incomplete with PULLMAN BUFFET Sleeping Cars' somethitiof,tho kind nil winter long!" nut it. exclaimed tho womau as sho ran over a FltOM AND TO boy and two dogs iu her hasto to get beI.OI'ISVIM.C.MK.MHIIIN, Vlt'KNIir It yond danger. Detroit Freo Press. .Sdlcntrk'ally hj .ui umt of ii.vio.n itHii:,niKi m:w (iiti.K.txr, JtnAiPi"' i .ittil itinl I'ntlrtly reputatiou. ln 3Ieiililii. 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Mrs. Quicklippo (furioso) I havo no .,, J tur, it .Vrrt I JJ, I,rf.r.-l- . ,I S. tlNPALLIRLK If tlkn 4A'tl djy'lut!, Tatiin1 fjolllbw'.U fttf to ian;irt-iioi- I ftr Dr.KLINE S OREAT atlTHMS As'pitvBl)iFAtB.. n-- .. w NmupRpCTnoen l.fl,' tjtiAniiti.liiiixi-irMir- a. !'I?l.t. words to express my indignation nt your conduct. Mr. Quicklippo (with a sigh of relief) Well, there's ono gratifying feature of tho situation. Now Orleaus Times- - Democrat. Iilcn. "I think whistling should bo (might to boys iu school," said Harknway. "Why?" queried Uaruum. "Because if it was you couldn't get 'cm to practice- it outside." fcaid Harka-waHarper's Bazar. y. &Dmuu. . BkWAKa OP IMITATING FRAUOS. ki.ini r.O.lilctPfnt UJreof New Orleans Mobile Little Hock Hot Springs and pcints in West Torincn-sc- o Tcxiu ArkniinHS .Mississippi LottUlana and tLo Smith and HOUTIUVEST. Republican for 01103 car ' N. Y. 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Should I bo prevented f i oni coming homo to supper I will bend you a note by a uiCNsengor boy. Ti listing Yv'ife Not at all necessary, drar. I have already taken it outot your coat ixKikot. Truth. 'Juklne the Circus bvrlouily. !5 - -- V "T AtnMK -- Club. by tho piovibions of which cirfiw companies mo to bo forbidden in tluit htnto 'to exhibit pictures of feuts which they do not perform. New York Ledger. IIoiv If tho circus is to bo tukeu bcrioua-Jy- , what nn era of dullness will follow. In n certain bouthcrn Btuto n bill has lx;on introduced into tho street." "What's his name?" inquired tlio policeman leaning against tho lamppost. "Dobbin." "No man of that mimo living along here." The Kvoliitlim of Dolililn, looking," said tho dusty, travel Btainwl man with the valise, "for an old friend of mino who ut.cd to live on this "I am Docambor 31,1802. "Never get into troublo with n barber." "Why not?" HEHOUUCKH. "He is liablo to get you into nn awful 6H2,72!l.-Notes nntl Hilh 6crape." National Barber. 3,000.00 Leal Kstulc. l.oOO.OO Furniture nntl Fixtures., out r it. Wife I have just been to tho dentist's Cud) 011IL11111 uid 111 other and had a tooth drawn. 20,031.22 lianks. t Husband (heaving a sigh) Lucky tooth! Cnro Nectli-il- . tho CIoso of Business 'MM:5M?z9m P3aafBLca5-a,Sa.aaaf- w t your tongue. It is now beyond tliu reach of Sobietiiecii. 803,2.r) 1.71 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock Surplus Fiuui . . . Duo other Dunks ' Deposits 825,000.00 1,208.1-1 couksh FREE Tho Loavonworth iiy MAiLwrm Ikervo 5,2r0.()0 102.03 01 Beforo tho westernizing of tho war department of Japan a battlo was frwpuontly decided by iiersonnj encounter, it opened with a volloy of throws and a general engagement, frequently tlio commandcra of tho opiwsing nrniies engapd eacli other in combnt. Under tmao circum-fctanee- s tho retainers on either sido htood by and gavo no assistanco d encouraging bhouto and cheers to their respective chiefs. When a general wished to engage tho commauder of tho opposing army, ho shouted out the mnno of his foe- - Japiifo Arm lea Toughf. "No, 1 reckon not," said tho dusty traveler, looking in u perplexed way at a memorandum iu his hand and then at the row of stately dwellings in, f rout of To advertise our College wc will him, "but ho used to live in a cottttgo right whero tlmt big stouo front give a thorough cottr.se ol instruction stantbi." "Was ho a short, heavy man with a in Double and Single P.ntry Bookbald head and ono leg a littlo shorter than tho other?" keeping and Commercial Arithmetic "Yes, that's tho man. Whero is he now?" by mail VRKK OK CIIAROK to n "Always walked with his hands This limited number of persons. him nnd woro chin whiskers?" "That describes him exactly." "Why, ho got a street paving contract course will be completed in forty lesthreo or four years ago, and lio's worth sons. No charge for Diplomas. $100,000." "Good for Dobbiul What's become of Address, him? Is ho in Europe?" "No," answered tho policeman, jwiiit-ing- PROF. F. J. VANDKRHI'RO, l'res't, tho big stouo front. "Ho livoi 302, 30 and 306 Delaware St, right there, and his iiumo's D'Aubigno." Chicago Tribuno. Leavenworth, Kansas, JHE ,308.04 COLLEGE. 80:1,2.14.71 j bo-hi- at I 1 Subscribed nntl sworn to before mo thiaJtiniiiiiy 3d, 1803. Sttr.i.iiv Tayi.011, D. C. O. C. ';. An submittiii" this no beg (ostato tfmt our litisinos has kteiulily grown caeli mniitli viijco our opening, ami bv tlio most careful. watchfiiliiees ami aFtiict observance. .oftlie principUs of the most coueiviiti.vo iJaiiking, wo liopo not only to extend our nc(juaint ance, hut to" p'ovo ourselves worthy (ho confidence tlmt is being so liberally reposed iu iib. Wo aro hero to accommodate tho people, eacli nnd ovcry bufiiness, courtesy shall ho extended to them, but in no enso shall safety bo sacri ficed for friendship-'o- r to obtain business. John II.Bahnkh, Cashier. . We are manufacturers of Buggies, Carts Surries and Carriages, and deal directly with:' ' the consumer, thus saving him the per cent, usually paid to' middle men. Our prices are reas-- ', r--, Respectfully, onable, and we guarantee satisfaction.- TBTovm. imTiXr Mm1s&. "t. F. A. AMES. A CO. Owens boro, Ky. -- W u -- m :. .'.' iU s.Jf "AI'AjV.- - 1 ..H. , v niV w i'y t. " .i u