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TTTo TW3SKS TsyjuAVffwmRBWBHi'Wi You can get the IFnrllbrd Rhpukmc-Aand the Now York Tribune one .year lor $1.25, cash. y' The JO, B, ROGERS, HAETfOffl) OFFICIAL ORSAN OF THE PARTY Republican CONORESSIOHAL Publisher. IfclHE FOURTH DISTRICT. TERM2---51.2- 5 Per Annnn, Subscribe now. tJI.4fll.W WMIIM .... VOL. V. I THINK I Tlllt.VK KXCIIANRIt. HARTFORD, KY., FRDIAY, JULY 14, 1893. m. 1 ly $1.75. Tho Republican Id AdrancB. and tho Cosmopolitan, a loading magaNO. 50. zine, for only $3.00. PROFESSIONAL CT. Tho Kupuklioan and Couricr-jfoiiriboth one year for onml . . R'lillh, ill) North Washington St., I used to think, when I wns young, Kocheator.N.Y., tul my henit wn Irei'fio.u Kiiile, "niul I lmvo much In- That there was jrrief in every tear, And joy in every smile. terested in tho fnnillv. l'oor Hut thinking now of what I tliutik, I think I thuuk u lie. hill? sho llttlo knows that her poor mother hushiul tho consumption. She is from ti conRuint)-tlv- o I used to think nhotit myself, finally nnd had been on tho dcclino And think that 1 would be, till tho unerring "beetle Hush" set In. A governor or a president, Well I went for Dr. Ooltlcn Or a general like I.cc; Kallof, f'lvlrtfr her G dropi on a small limit) of sugar, every 2 hours. I used It Hut I have waited long in vain, Whilst vears rolled slowlv lv. with her about a month ntul you ought toReothoclmnp'l Sho litis heeomolmto j And thinking now ol what I thuuk, I "IV.1.-"-1 think 1 "In .ln""vi"!j' .t?.H.?veral thunk a lie ,1 cures J)p not forget whllo using'k In these l used to thiuk the ladies were, gravo cases that It euros u burn in 5 All sweetness combined, minutes, or heals n bruiso or fresh cut without llvro ever being nnysoroncss That they were God's last and best, Dwelling or muttcrutlng. Tho injured Of perlectness refined. nltt tltt vuu lifl llun.t IIIIIIMUKt vitiltiIt IIk turn That they wete not halfp.idsorpaints, it tflil uu uai i .tf twits 'all I euros quickly summer complaints, and-- j Hut Angels from on high; llux, niul any dlseuso whero thero is In- Hut thinking now of what I thuuk, flnmni'itiou or win, Ono tableppoonful I think I thuuk a lie. cure' La (Irippu. Mnnny refunded if hntismctloti not given. Xuvor .dlsnp- Contains no opium, morphine rllc preachers, too. I used to think, IOI!lM. or miner. .il nal.som. TuUo a bottlo . Were not like oth er men, homo And wete not tempted ol the flesh, And could not, therefore, sin; Hut since I've traveled louiid a hit, I've watched them on the sly, And thinking now of what Itluink, I think I thuuk a lie. The honest tiller of the soil, When marketing his crop, ' Takes pains to put the ripe and best, f rmtljr (unit I by ,w m ir illl.ir n in liny Always upon the top; inrlaf ttii'Cutiiim, uln I' Milling Munrk indii. Jrhunly at tin- iiiiiIiimih til ttlil.li hi- fiirnlili. I used to think those' honest men, 'ilip lalKjr li tight hii I ntul tun run mi Would never che.lt nor try, Hint llk ulutrter. Welti on nut f"iiiilt-tc,I thunk, )nu cull rlre the hulnc n Irlnl uliliuiit x mo Hut thinking now ol what I think I thunk a lie. M voiirltlf. I'cir tlio-willlnatiiiln n little mrk, i;l' Dili It tho grawk'.t Mfi-- uwh. lull can nil tliir, nr In tin t rent njr on). If )tiu nre em. The editors, a lordly .et, plmed, and hate ft (imi rtii( Ihhm Al rmr till. Who live on mitk and honey, nillle tliein, m d nil.l lo uiir income, luilnp will tut tht.il.rt i ir nit. Votiulll They've nothing else on, earth to do, ' m.iml m K( .(an m t i, ripfclltv mnl in'o t In nhlrti oi n tin.. n!l ir ii,k Hut write ami rake in money. Ittr.ilrlnunJ it titr tlie ih hour. l.vt in Ik citt'i.f Hit i mp" t.i-- , ,,c f ii.iimini Leastwise that way I used to think, ti ir inriiti rlll. . IMI NmmJ til llotl.'bjf ,! Iltt'll Mill HV Hut now it makes tue cry, r ivlmt ion ran ito hi Hih I ii.tni-To think ol what I thunk, il W ninrii tin KiiHir. Nil j. itnl p iml unrfcH, liii8fUl . In llif 0 lnurli And hojv I thunk u he. t Ixo Ilmilil in irn, t wl MM)itil tt kiitm Wrw v' ifitii ' it f.ir What noble men the doctors are .. (I, II II tl I t i iuuiutl. Ail InI used to thiuk they came jikI. Ale. t ' 0, 'i l'toui heaven or some heavenly land, And woiked tor love or tame, That thc could eurenll human ills, And never let us die, cn ke? 15 nran cix9 crm. ol what I thunk, Hut thinking-noh Magnificent I think I thuuk a lie. FLOWER SEEDS bo-coK I i to-dj- Our domestic, ha a IrialU tilth girl," Mrs. h. C. writes mi:. Minni', OWE DOLLAR - I EVERY HOUR pieti-uii- t, r I l, I i -- I . -- t tutu-tilH . !' c! 11 v -- .1 . i Col lECtiO;! v f!Vaties,FnEE! Anl'irlll4irfrbim f" ffimmvy l. ;'J aTraR'iV5Sr 7Wi jVv5vVryt'-if- t j,yai r3ikcf rsvA JIMhX. iiiwi"i. .u.M.fi initaUkt. liar, tiWfarft..4lU ffcHUjrlnl. iiimt ctk, art talk ftwlUvrnk, t SJT..VU far j ia waunlfraaiai' .3 ra tfarallaai. kmikt4L. rA accDt'iSSHK VV fMliualtfrM, lv TfnUa rtAiBfi ibWsaIw lata ' "i - au -, iLarmliw ladfea lata liA.oui fTTiWit Wn'tun The lawyer too. I .used to think o' t'.ol, foigive tin thought That the.r con iction-- . of the right, C111M not by knaves he botijht, That thev could not a client rob, Or .sell him on the sly Hut thinking now of what I thought, I thi-ilc lv I thunk 11 lie. u! a. i tBdi KJ a)au.4B.LB irt lartUn of arti, J, liMtoi, ltlf lrvkM4hl ItalMVl. I vpr- raaa ,n.ka,.u ,aia, nMfoWf, laJtrU aa fofliittnac. tV l Ur ! I. U null piawiuri IImm n4 vi vimi iimuui krrtiu4 K1U, r Mi fVr?aM f (if LnttiMi nurif m hum (.w w(mtibi t (II hot- H uJ w mtn iraPjif (Plan vairrvav i Ikrre Ihe IJidlra.' Uarld lUa !,tW i . aa4 Wtah itarrlUr Mo lacWUttf lortf r Hrr!, lr AaaJ'W Ilrraai.ltaitaia, AiUra, DotjtU IMflUttf, 1M, rkxla, Irtth rIUl I'? The dry roj Is uieii ate honest too; rii?y suvar they sell nt co. 1 usel to think thev told the truth. And all thtir profits lost; I thought n yard was Jull three feet, "Don't ask the reason why, Hut thinking uo.v ol what I thunk, I thiuk I thuuk a he The hoteUelerk, I Tse;l to think, Would be polite; Would answer questions put to him And treat a stranger light; That rather than he'd play the mule, That lie would soonertlie, Hut thinking now ol what I thought, I think I thunk n lie. Tlie'Deinocrats, 1 used to think, If once they got the floor. Would turn the dirty rascals out, And kick 'in from the door; That they would stop the tariff steal, Tint piles the surplus high, Hut when I think ot what I thuuk, 1 think I thunk a lie. And then I thought that Harrison, Who took uncle Ci rover's shoes, Would have backbone and the grit, To give us nil our dues. Hut laws and pension frauds, Still make the nation sigh, And thinking now ot what I lliunk, I think 1 thuuk a lie. used to think elections were The public will to voice, game, And not a thimble-rigginTo give the cliques their choice; The patriotism played its part, Though stills were never dry, Hut thinking now of what I thunk, I thuuk I thunk a lie. I g lo room. 'Xlieitno electricity, and the so trcely ns ho could. When ho him Kipped a couplo of wiitilibollurs of fresh heat, and tho elayator gave up tho ghost, milk mid cleared his voice, .you should nnd tho billiard balls could bo heard knocking ngulnst tho floor of tho ofllco ns havo heard him sound "A." Wo luul him for tea nt tho close of tho tho water rosij Tho weather was insixth year, just as ho begun to get cun- tensely cold, and oven tho clerk had to ning. Wo had a veal symposium with llvo by an oll.stovo nnd makii rliimgo green pent) raised 611 tho placo. They with a pair of yarn mittens on. Guests Ktcw in rows nlbtig by the mortgage. I ato their meaW jn their ulsleis and then- tried to ralBO tliuiu together, tho peas and went out around town to loaf at the stores whero thqro wcro coal.stovcs. tliu mortgage., ullowing tho peas to clamber up tho siilo of tho mortgage, hut But this does not interfere with agricould not ruibO'tliem both together. culture. If thftj river goes downe.uly Wo guvo tho symposium just as I was enough to bow; and plant, tho soil will do leaving tho farm to go back mid work on Its part. Hailstorms sometimes destroy salary again. Tho uamu of tho veal crops in certain"$localities, but tho legiswas Florenco Florence NiKhtiiiKiilo. IIo lature votes moro seed to theso counties, was tunned by a jtoeliclady from 1'nrl-iniul thoy try It ngain. aged 08 years, nnd I hadn't tho heart to Cyclones sometimes cross Dakota, chant;o his niimo, for shu wns of n sensi- spreading desolation every whero mid settive nature mid a tri(!ooer 3 feet hi ting at untight tho works of man, but Living in Paris, sho knew the soil remains rich and full of vigor. diameter. Schoolboys even nro nwnro tlfat the very little of tho world. Wo missed Florenco n good deal nftcr cnuso of jill this is tho fact that tho Red his death, for ho loved us all, and to seo Hlvcr of tho North runs Into tho arctic him toss otf a few dishpaufuls of now regions, and tho mouth of tho stream milk and then walk around in the pans does not open till Decoration day. Thus would plcnso nnyliody who dRl not own the great valle) la Jloodcd, nnd tho allutho puns. IIo wns over full of life that vium for cciituxW'Jios mado tin almost may bo allowed is, up to tliotimo wo killed him. Us limb, ibottonilHa's liotfJmvlf-C11 light ring to his Forepaugh blent ami U to u;o this fecming anachronism.. It Isastraugti'land, full of ntinosphcric heavier 0110 in his noso. Hugot into tho pound 11 times one nnd political srfrprisca. Tl10hortic11ltur.il exhibit nt tho legislature this year was 8iimmcr nnd violated two ordinances and n statute, beforo anybody dared put remarkable. 11 hand on him. Pomology does not do well, ns a gen-- 1 Hvcry time ho got in tho pound it coit eral thing, owing to tho cold of winter. 10 per pound, ns it wcro. Tho Siberian crab apple, of which jelly 1110 $10 I wanted to call him Putti myself Is nmtlo, grows here, nnd tho Knmcliut-- I 1 could-mill- ; kirn, watermelon. thin Grain, however, Is tho 0 a veal pattl of him Imt tho children said no; Mine. P.ttti natural product of tfio country, nnd in was llablo at any tlmo to miiko anothei good seasons It might feed tho world. With cracked wheat from Dakota and farowell visit to America, and sho might oranges from southern California nnd hear of it. .Milk fed vcnl does not pny tho fanner Florltln, btcaks nnd chops from Texas lifter thobixtli year. Kill tho calf at the j and tho west, French fried potatoes from cud of tho seventh week whllo tho mother j Ohio nnd tho middle states, corn bread Is looking tho other way nnd hang the j nnd bacon from Illinois, Iowa tind the liltlu speckled (olt over tho balcony or Carolina, and coffee mado from tho split nail it to tho gablo of tho porto cocherc. peas of Now Jersey, what n breakfast wo ' Calves of high, degree tnako just ns could givo tho worldl good veal us tho low born calf. Full Guinea eggs fried on ono sido could bo blood .Jerseys mid HolstoinB also show obtained from my farm. Tho guinea tliu fiiiuo amount of senso in their oarlj igg is destined at no distant day to tho universal remove for breakfast, j days that tho unknown calf does. It is' just as hard to get sour milk on thurvgu-li- r If liettcr known, there would bo a great bill of fare with a wild roan caif ecramblo Tor (his egg (sic). T)io guinea lieu has never pushed her whose ancestors may be traced with tho greatest dlflleulty not farther back than ggs us she might have done, and other owls havo thus crowded out her two years ago. but 'nn tinly pay that it is one of the most durable hard boiled eggt for l those intending to if it tho open polar sea and carry their victuals with tin m of ,; which I know. With tlit guinea hen herself I have nothing hi t'nitimoii. Our paths are I ' r widely divergent S'ju can gu 1st w. y nnd I can go mm '. but her e;;g if prop erly and pro:npi! t nllei ti'd can be undo Into a light. iugy wcddiiUiii'.u f.v, 1' table of wealth. ir boiled hard by a ueil trained cook i.i.t Mirj rist nnd delight tho maw of tin- p The yolk uf n h.u J I oiled guinea eg vowdeied in i'.h p mm',ii plate makes a good itilibii vliuu tovere at muv t.ilh 11 I J ' ' o liamtt-vtrur- agig?gyJjfe 1 - 1 11 1 tlueoor lour I neiii-- ot i -- soup f Kill ! 41 rlub( iM Vwwltf i tt y m. n N Bvl Vr tkrd. IHn U lb laipr li llripHI.l-Mp- "ll mMtJ f f4 m lamixW ' mm Mr. W lVMWWlllWl C )tTim, iHak, Wk w 9,lmrtnt, IM !!) lm ! art Itfl rrff4Mr m4 Ua MMit f4UUtiartUi lt (kr r ( rrmM fwmn. ilni 14 rr ' K II KbJ all mK ", 41 ni fWl Ml4 4 SPECIAL OFFER! M inl I ri4l "' ktl.U ! 1l IW Vru4 KrLTtfrtl t U IfitUhUMMi. la tfW, M tl ) r, U rt, tMft intottr-cHnnt41 Ten in. mi trtU llraUa, ! Klmir. 1klNR. trrf. IrlNM.rcntlftM vW L'Wrti tr, r ftU m 1a fiP Jf4l "THOSK ARE BUZZARDS." r t.fJ f ram-- rl. l HII'h li'-- inlWmMl krWiM - Urinl. Cutorlrf. fMkliN It"-- "' Khrw krlllhiot ANOTHER GREAT OFFER ! nrld fw Out ibarrtpilw rr1) r will and '1 hf. I mllrV lvUir 1lh mi mr ItKtnt lllrlU pTiMMta,ctor l&taiUuittij Mvar twd fttfova VftYlt-H! lilH lan4 laauy mbati i.LfJ la.il 1'I.M. new v.rs. .11. II (Hi II U A lO., r Srr.'SKSPJttC rr, r.rk CoMi,CoochlSoreThroit,CroDp.Tnf.l, .13, VhMplor Coujb, Etonchltl. acd Ai'Lma. a certain curs lor Comnroptlan In flnt .Ikpii. tnil a tura rcllrf In adTne.l ittrjt sT Uf. at oac Vou will t th tiolltnt clfcct aft.r takins thj tterywhero, Cnt dost. Bold iin,r, It Cures used to think the public schools, Would fill n long felt need, Uy teaching nil our boys and girls How to spell and read, lint their rcJtapcaiidtheirrottenncss, Is everywhere the cry, An 1 when I think of what I thuuk, I think I.thuuk a lie. I Wo nro just learning how ,to keep meats fresh hi North Carolina. Wo killed n largo bossy calf three days ago, nnd this morning wo put n pound of him at tho root of each grapevine In our little vineyard. Yon ought to havo seen thoso grape vines look at each other. Tho surprise' Tho nirl The maimer to each other, as who should say: "Why recall the past? Why revive dead Issues?" Then tho way they began to go tip their trellis as far ns they couldl It was nn Idea of my own. "All the meat that does not keep perfectly fresh in our now refrigerator," I exclaimed "shall bo nit on tho crops." Every 0110 remarks, "How well everything is looking on your placet" Farmers used to como qulto a distance to talk with mo regarding my methods At first they often remained to dinner but tho roast and remoro (which I had happily combined) seemed too much for them. Souio of onr friends suggested that we keep our fresh meats at tho bottom of tin well, but wo might have" guests como te seo us, and their tiuio might bo limited, so wo do not keep these tilings in the well now. Lifo in tho country hero in North Carolina is full of excitement. "What urotho'o graceful birds sailing In tho eternal bhio over your furm?" nsked n friend of niino tho other day who is spending tho summer with ns at a nominal rate. "Those," said I, "you metropolitan They vyro at the 088, aro buzzards. deK)t nnd saw mo get my niw refrigerator." I hato a man hko fiint. H'j know just n well ns I did t'-.- this ear to m.ik- - an agrleiilturnl lifo s attractive for tl.eui as Von ask mo what I put on my aspai.i gusMied ilurfnn' the .siiiumer, but that is hardly neci,siryH yon will paue to thiuk of my justly eelybrab'd eTrfgerator. I have mi ice bur., too, that I made lined f when I was at liume during tho holidays. I did not do as well us I can do now. Still it keeps tho largest and coarsest picccaof icofiom coming out. It also keeps cows nnd giowuup cattle out. It was mado from a recipo in tho column of our homo paper headed "The Firesido and Spare Room." What I get out of this ico box is what I put on tliu asparagus bed. Yours) tmly, itin trjing Xl.is uu my tunle tiiiiii-Ii.uk- U.K. Ilriirlinrnl ol Aprleiilltirj-- . Weather and crop bulletin of the Kentucky-Weath- er week ending July Service, 3, 1893: for the tcttlciMctsttanilil.OO. It d'tir TABLER'Spil C eOGKEYEljLC OSNTMENT MPWMMaM The niggers too, I used to think, It once they were set free, Would make goo honest citizens, I.ike white folks used to be, Hut they have wandered far from grace, And chickens still roost high. And thinking now of what I thunk I know I thuuk a lie. 1 Generally favorable weather tions have prevailed during the past week. The temperature and sunshine were slightly in excess of the normal, and the amount of rainfall upon the whole deficient, though, through the Central counties of the slate, extending from .the Tennessee line northward to the Ohio and embracing the HluegmsS counties, very co pious local showers fell and resulted in nn exccssive'nmotint in these sections. The western half of the state and the extreme eastern sections received but scattering showers. Local wind and rain storms occurred in the Central counties on June 30th and July 2d. They were especially severe condi- in Fayette nnd Carroll counties and Americanism that appreciates and recaused much damage to com, oats joices in the Fourth of July and what mid timothy hay. it represents. The wheat harvest is about comThe United States of North America pleted in nil except the extreme embrace territorially a region admiraNortheastern sections. The general bly adapted for the profitable nnd tone of repotts. received indicates nti pleasant residence of mankind. The nverngc yield of good quality, except best features of soil and climate charin a few counties where it was injur- acterize its territory. Hut that fact ed Ijy smut and rust. The violent alone does not explain why thousands wind storms of the 2d, damaged some from nil poTTs of the world annually fields which had not been cut Owseek new homes in one or the other ing to prevailing low prices, farmers of its, congeries of States, and apply nre not generally disposed to sell. for citizenship in our great Republic. Oats are ripening very fast and will In Southern Russia and in Southern soon be ready to cut. The crop prom- Siberia there arc vast regions climatises to be nbove the average, though ically ns attractive as any territory we it has" suflered somewhat from high have; in Australia, New Zealand, winds in the same districts where South Africa.the Argentine Republic, wheat was damaged from this cause. Southern Brazil and Chili, soil and Some barley has been threshed and climate are as attractive for hitman the yield is reported to be tolerably .habitation as anything we can offer; good. The hay crop is nearly cut but from all the world people come to and it is the best in several years. us and do not go elsewhere. Hemp is small but looks well. When reduced to the last analysis The reports received in regard to the reason of the preference is plain. corn are generally very favorable. It is to be found in the. Declaration of The crop is now in good condition, Independence, nnd the character it has and clear of weeds and grass. It is, imparled to our laws nnd institutions. however, from ten days to two weeks Nowhere else in the world do individlate, but there is no present cause to uals Like rank politically and socially fear that this drawback will affect its acconling to their merit, nsthey do in general character. It is small, but this country. It is only in these healthy and vigorous. Some of that United States of America that a man planted on the uplands needs rain. is a man, of importance according to Early tobacco is all that could be his merit and absolutely irrespective desired, but the late plautctl portion of the class in which he was born. needs Tain, especially in the western This is a government of the people, counties, where the comparatively by the people nnd for the people, that dry weather lias prevented the'plauts began on the 4th of July. 1776. That from taking good root. Though it is j is the best sort of government, and too early to hazard a prediction, it therefore this day ought to be regard may be said that the present pros- ed as a high holiday by all friends of pect for this crop is generally, very mankind. promising. Their Xiinit- - Is Legion. Irish potatoes promise the best Reader there is but one blood puriyield in several years. fying medicine. The outlook lor late fruits is not There is but one Hood's Sarsapa-rillencouraging. Raspberries and black-beies nre very scarce in the NorthDonot let ern counties and in some sections the or other devices turn vou crop. is a total failure Apples and from y0ur purpose to take Hood's peacius nre still tailing oil the trees, Sarsaparilla. because in this purpose though there appears to be a fair yol, are right and will not be for a good crop of the latter, j ointed in the result. Fiiaxk HutiKi;, Hood's Sarsaparilla jfl an honest 12. F. O. Weather Bureau Director medicine, honestly advertised, effects honest cures, and gives every patron IIoii'hTiiIn! We oflcr one hundred dollars re - a "air equivalent for his money. What ward for any case of Catarrh that can- - lno" can you ask? A lair trial guarntees a complete not be cured by Hall s Catarrh Cure. F. J CHUNKY, & Co , Toledo, Ohio. cure. We, the undersigned, have known If you can afford to be annoyed by F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, sick headache and constipation, don't and believe him to be perfectly hon- use De"Witfs Little irarly Risers for orable in all besincss transactions and hey will cure them. L. B. Dkax.. financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm. One hundred dollars will be paid Wkst & TitftAUX, Wholesale Drug- for a case of Drunkenness, Morphine gists, Toledo, Ohio. or Tobacco Habit, that can't be Wammng, Kinnan & Marvin. cured by the use of Hill's Choride Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O- - of Gold Tablets, manufactured by the, Hall's Cattnrrh Cure is taken inter- Ohio Chemical Co . Limn Ohio. All nally, acting directly upon the blood s druggists keep them. nnd mucous surfaces of the system. Read large advertisement regular in Testimonials sent free. Price 75c another part of this paper. a a. per bottle. Sold by all druggists. All the talk in the world will not One word describes it "perfection." convince you so quickly as one trial We refer to De Witt's Witch Hazel oiDe Witt's Witch Hazel Salve for Salve, which cures obstinate sores, scalds, burns, bruises, skin affection burns, skin diseases and is a well and piles. L. B. Bi?AN. m a known cure for piles. I.. B. Bisan. Under I lie Kulle 01 the surgeon there is no more acute Coughing leads .to Consumption. suffering than people endure evKeiup'sBalsaiu stops the cough atonce. Distorted ery day with rheumatism. and withered limbs mark its ravages Inilcpfiitlriieo liny. COMMItRCIAL. everywhere. Dr. Drummond,s LightThe Foujth of July is the anniver- ning Remedy for Rheumatism has a sary of oiie of the greatest events that remarkable record for cures not only have marked the development of the rellevingsthc pain, Imt restoring all human race. the functions of the crippled limbs. It is a pity, and one of the defects There is no reason lor any one sufferof our civilization, that what we are ing longer, when this wonderlul remaccustomed to"call and recognize as edy affords such certain relief. If your our cultured classes do not appreciate druggist has' not got it," write td the 0 at its proper importance this day and Dtummond Medicine Co., what it stands for. The fact is, our Maiden Lune, New York. Agents cultured class, our intellectual as well wanted. as our social lour hundred, is jet in The ney School Law requires the colonial and imitative stage of development. It is among the plain Trustees to purchase a deal of new people that we must look for the trre schoolhouse furniture. a. ri disap-piospcct first-clasa 48-5- CARD. Ko-ATTORNEY AT LAW, Edwin iIAMTOHl), - - KKNTUOKV. J. 1. . WtDDIKa. '""". Glenn. 6s "W"ecldine,f HARTFORD, KY. (Offlce.oTerAn.leraon'iKatnar.) Will pructleo lliolr prorosntonlualllhecourta o Ohio and adjolalng counties, and court or Anneals Special Attention giten to criminal practice and collection!. WdMIt 3"aaaes A.Smlt3i, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice h'a profession In Ohio and i -- Attorney at Law, adjoin-In- g r 1 counties, and tho conrl of Appeals. Specia ntlenllon len to collections. OIUco north side publie square. y2 Tlr E.RCHIFFY. O-iiff- y s nr 1 S& Attorneys at iMr. mil practice In all courts of counties, ami in Superior CourtI and Court of Ap- " ,riU a otllce, Io.3.K)i:. Market "'iiness auenaea sL.tlartrord, Ky. Kingro. H.D.JUNQO. Perry Westerfield ATTORNEY AT LAW, 3 Attorney at Law, jR. S3. "Weddine", A 4 slzxe. zs.7-- . (Office In Crowdcr IJulMidg.) Will practice his profession In all tho court of Ohio and dolnlng counties. Also Notary t Public rinsajf Will prnctlcehla profession In all Ihe OoUrla ol Ohio and adjoining counties, and In the Court of 3. Ij KCeavrln, Hartford, Ky. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Oftlcc, over Williams, Bell A Co' to collection. Apieal. Special attention tlren drustore. 11- - g. Willi e-- s DENTIST. PPEIOE OYER RED FRONT -- waa t Is prepared to do all kirjds of Dental work at reasonable prices. AT 3tfflK4 ?- - JffiK A rVl7fipHHhJnfH mm r SANT LAHE'SBtEDIGIlIE Atldru;KlslaellltatMa.ani)tlAatwckac. Ioapjnmiitctlt,neiidrouraddrcMrnr(rei...rnK)lut . In a fua 1.. Itk .tblil.necemiiirv. jl.ldiiK " oiiAToit y.v.o(iiii'vj nov.is. v, THE NDCT MORNINQ I JL BRIQHT AND NEW AND MY COMPLtxiON IS BErTEH. OB ,h ItoeiMl", ..Hrfc!3Sfr MT5 (' rt. 1axatlT.-lUS?.d,JtVlSJJk.ani" " dilnk (1 od V5r,V?la ?? PfPrtd loriuoascMilaa tea. i&it caiiea ' IBHSHWO Ptiit llr y& it M -- orrHQcmnr. BUTIIqCiUIT. WORMS! WHITE'S CREAM Ji "' "?& YHM1JIE FOR 20 Has led all Worm Remedies. YEARS blJ.ljNTE'SI.ItfEINN.C. IHE RISE AND FALL OF NAMED FLQRCNCE A A FELLOW NIGHTINGALE. fn A CURES KDTHIHQ BUT PILES; TMana IMasaaMaaB. QUiiE nnd CERTAIN CURE known forlCSyoare as tho BEST REMEDY FOB rirpii if uinur.Mu.v itriiicmcPILES. to., t. lohs. llurriiril Imlik'nlslioulnir Itnw lUcltlng llioeiuliicu tliu I.I full Hun Hint Ihiw i;r II linn Nju'a limns-nimt- fi Itufi Itforsitor. l.iey wto buzzards. Second The lannh.r; U n' U North Dakota are tho rielns-- t wh'-- t lauds on the face of tho earth. Tho U t river valley, t lift Nile of t(ic so often leferrtd western continent, ir. overflowed each being covered year, millions of ik' with water and debiif, which enrich the deep black Boil to 11 louinrknblu degree. The nntlim visited the stnto.of North Dakota-i- n Ajail of tldt pirsjnt year and can truly say that this ileh valley of the Ited river overflows each spring uuless this bc.isou was unusual tills yc.r. I READ I OUR (TESTIMONIALS A Solcnllflo American Apcnoyfor Agriculturist, Peculiar, Jlo., writes to know: 1, How long should a calf bo permitted to iiKsocJntu with its mother before vcnliii!,'? 8. What do you know about fanning lands in Dakota? a. How do they comparo with tho6o of North Carolina, especially in Henderson nnd BiinconiliecouutioH? 4. What do you do with your asparagus beds In summer? 'First For market calves iiragouurolly veuled beforo thoy nro fully awnro that by sin death cniiio into tho world. Hero, however, on my placo, wo nllow tho calf to uurso from six to boven weeks. Tho Inst two weeks wo mid another cow so that ho will not 00 restless of nights. Onco I kept a calf six years ns tin experiment to seo how much milk ho would rctpilro us ho grow oldor. My report to tljo fanners' convention of Erin Prairio, from which 1 quoto, shows that at tho end of tho sixth year ho had closed up tho ehceso factory at Hudson nnd hnd diverted tho output of tho Stillwater dairy entirely in his direction. But ho wus a big, hearty fellow, with a joyous, curly faco and a voico that shook our apples off the trees prematurely. I novor know u qijlf Unit, could, neigh Cturliclil. WO, by IMsnr V, Njo.J iSQ.iJ sn jjav Irfi 7sj 3SL stem, ' jd'. - fci-- . U for Inrnrmtmn nnii rrco llnndhoolt irrlto to MUNN & CO., hoi Hiio.unvAV, Nrw Voitir. OUciit tnmnu for nccuiinir imtrnta In Ainerlra. Krcrr ivuont tnVcu out IT us la tirqught tofiirn tbo imliliu lit a uotico slrcu (roo of clurno In tho asir nm Vv vVJ i! qU COPYniOHTS. CAVEAT8. TRADE MARKS. DESIGN PATENTS, from StoSdnj-s- . Perfectly harm- i;iiuuiiiiniui.iii;i9,iiii(iiiiay ifuKivrn 1111 cup ui lutiorconrawiinouiuio Know wiu jMiit'ui, who win Toiuniurny stop nniouingor cnowing in u (aw unjri. ufu nil Hk'VWNI.'KS Qllrt MnnPHIHP ttnUFP canDociircantnome.nnq witu- uuuiiuuiuiuuu urni luuuiuillll uiiuu ouinnycnon..on me pare 01 tuo patient, tiy tliouaoof our SPECIAL FORMULA QOLD CURB TABLETS, tuo Jrco tiso or Liquor or Mor- wnrinffireiiinonirmticntsoroniiowra puma mini micu iimo as nicy snail vomiiiuruy Btvo mom up. Wo send particulars nnd pamphlet of testimonials f roo, and shall 'Testimonial. uiiKniii lujuui'u Biiuururn iruiu liny 01 menu nauiui 111 roiiiiniiiiii-ii11011 wiin per.una who nuvo ucen cureu uy tno usu 01 our a aiii-etfrom persons HILL'S TABLETS nro for salo by all fibst-clasuruKKi-u,uu per pacKUfro. at who hava beon 11 yonr druuulat does not kisn them, encloso us nnd ito will send jou, by return mall a package of our pured by the use of Taulot9. Wrlto your namo and address plnlnly. nnd stato Aiiuiuut uru lur luuuccu, Mornhluo or ..iijuur jiuuii. DO NOT B8 DECEIVED into purchasing The Ohio Chemical Co.i snyui mu vnrniiia tiii.iruiui 111111. nro ix- iug Dcak Sin: I have been nalnir vour ry iinen-- iur pint-- , aik tor euro for tobacco habit, nnd found It would XVX.JJOjJLiX t3 aim wko no oilier, do what vou claim for It. 1 uaed ten ccnta Manufactured only by vnrth of tliuatronireiiLc hfiwlnir and from ono to ft to clgura ) or I would smoke TIIK-1- nm ten to lortv nlwaof tobacco. Have ohawed years, nnd and smoked for twejity-llvOHIO CHEMICAL of your Tablets cured mo no I but e no dcalro for It. CO, 1 Double Chloride of Gold Tablets Will cempletulydestroythoUealroforTOnACCO In :i 111 II I I aMH HaH aV a ' EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. I rttl REMEMBER invito iuo moat cMolurmvcstH,'iitlona to our rcanonslbU lty aud tbo morlts of our Tatituta. WE GUAIUSTL'E A CUBE rrrpMa BOLD KVEUYWHERE. MCniRSJ MaTUCHl CO., ST. MUt, THQuarterly HQQteier of M 4 jti l..To'l.,.,, t.'oo QffflQfy a. s 1 I wjii-iiiu- r .. - aaJalfaKlwl,M.ilM.K,d,,a.ati,i,t.... W,NHIIU JoMilllEiZ StJi. w. 7 "r 3 ST' putlktUoa. I an ''i.Sswtr asd'atrli-ctu- . -"- -'" nnmij B, miij l.lormlllna roa maa-- AAB Is Tablets. tQlnu-eoad.- itiga arlattflA A.la AmM tu. ..I... CURRCNT HiaTORY. OITROIT, MICH v. a. a. . SY:K 1 i Harris Theater, LOUISVILLE, KY. Mrs. P. Harris, R; L. Brition anil T. P. Dean, M'g'rs and Prop". Tho only modernly builtv Theater M in the city. s The only Theater playing attractions at pojuilurTpiiccs. .Situateelon West siile of 4th avei, between Walnut niul Green. Prices 50o',25c, 15e nml 10c. e CI, 53 & 05 Opera Block, eto. R, Jli A mil A LIMA, OHIO. PAKTlCULAnS FREE. JWMftffc SttWKtoH K -- . tli I.arfritcircnlttonof world. tilimdiuir llluCrttol. tin Iritolliaont nan cliouM to nlth'iuc It. Werkly. I'.l.lil) a an tuvnix inmiMis. AilJrwi .MfiNN CO , 'l'uiiui!iii:ui,UUli:niadiTur,ieir iuUCUj. 5 Donna Ftur. N. Y. OeKTLCMENi SomotlmeaRoIaent TnBOmoCneuioiLCo.! for S1.0U worth of vour Tablet for Tobacco Habit. I received tlmm nil rlirlit unil. nltfiouirh I was both nhenv veinokernnd cliower. they did tho work In less than three days. I nm cured. Truly yours, 'MAT1IEW JOHNSON, P.O. Box 49. Pittsburgh. Pa. Tnr. OnioCnr.viCAt.Co.: elENTLKMCHi It gives mo pleasure to (peak a wont rt nrnlun flip vntir TAbleta My son Was strongly auuicicu totBomooi llmior.und thruiiuli it friend. 1 wus led to try your luuii'ift. Jlo wn a heavy and conxutut drinker, but ufter using your Tablet but three days ho quit drinking, nnrt will tint touch llauor or an V kind I lmvo waited four mouth, before writing- Yours trul v.- you, In order to know tliu cure wus permanent. Tour Tablots havo performed amlroclo in my TnE Onio Chemical hiivn nml iiiiirnhlne. hvuodoruilcutlv. for aoven years, una Uave been cured by tberuso of W. L. UXTJSQAY. twopackuginiif jourTubJcts.ttiidwtthoutiiiiy iffortoiimypart. I '' first-tjlas- ,' PUSIIINO aUI.NEA IIKN. Mlta, HELEN MOKR180N. OiKciNNATi, Ohio. IVe Ilromi'a Jrnii AU u I "". f hni trarlo-nmrl- s Jralari lrcvlilt. tlOljflr liotlla. Octtilnt ami crose rvU ItacsoUwrariwr. 1 llltrr. l'b3Uilcui luommni't it, nifii'Hi'.siA -- ,; Tl la makes tho wheat liiml very rich, but lias an opposlto effect on railroads. Tho hotols, too, BiifTereil a groat doiil. And bo did tho guests. Thero wcro two or tlueo cities whero tho host hotels had r been flooded with water, Flrnt tho como uptaics unel ortouejj. in gam- bar-Ije- ca. RESPONSIBLE IAGENTS WANTED (In vrrltlog pleaso menUon Ihls THE OHIO CHEMICAL CO., opera, I, S3 and is iook. lima, ohio. Iro lro1eit qwn t oni iwre illscstlon, removal rvbullits tho syttcu. rets or hi t. awl cures malaria, lie the Ktnulu. Persons . ' t vcinrlun.!iwilieli ltiowu'ti aldj Iron Ultlesrt. ex.. Mim r .' ' 'k t,ik&. f"v.-,- . ax, feMj , kf v$,SM ..v .V ;; ?- - "' . i UU!ilL'HM!!iglJi'JJ-liiiailJIB.-.1 I I! mJ-'ME- 2?P!!J555!W?WS5S(b?W( ilWTJin ? I will bo at Rochester July the 10th, I never thought I was much ol a to remain only nshoit time will be will the Republicans do iu What hand to "sponge" off of my fi lends prcpaied tndoull kinds of I'hotngiiiph the coming Congress? That question but it seems strange thai every lime has been asked so often since Mr. work. make a spidahty of Cabinet Henry Nnll makes a bucket of lemonCleveland issued his unexpected s Photos. I use tho instantaneous ade just happen to be aiotiud for my convening Congress in exfor making baby pletuics. You shate. You will remember that it tra session on August 7, that your was only a few weeks ago when Henry will find "me located iu au elegant correspondent has endeavored to anwith some more friends was getting , Photograph Cat . D. Taylor. SEND twelve cents in postage swer it by obtaining the views of the on the outside of a bucket of circus stamps to3uCoieoran Building, Wash-IngtoRepublican Congressmen who have Alli'iillmi CiirHMiltit I). C, nnil you will receive lemonade that I diopped iu on the been iu Washington during the week. At o'clock p. m., Siluiday, Julv boys, and such another tieat as I did foui copies of Kate Field's WashingNot many of them have been here, at the icsidctico of L V. get. Well, last week, Henry Nail, '5. '93. ton, containing matter of special inbut the unanimity of opinion among Bennett we will let the building of Bean and Will Moore ninde up a terest. Give name and address, and Jesse those seen makes it fair to assume the new schoolhouse iu district No. bucketful of old fashioned lemonade, wheie you saw this advertisement. ly that they voiced the sentiments of at to the lowest aud best bidder. 103 s that of the proverbial variety "the House to be finished by of the Republicans least a mil. September l.osil ice cold ice lemonade that was made Rockport, Ky. iu the Senate nud House, and thier M. Pouter, Chaii man. Between Macedonia Chinch and the 15th. iu the shade nud stirred with a spade, IS. I). Gui'i'V, Hartlord, Ky.: opinions may be summed up thus-ly- : L. 1'". Bennett, Trustee. widow Lanlmin's, iu Ohio county, The Deinociats having a majoryoui qualification and suita- the same that was wai ranted not to Strothisr HAWKiNrt.Trustee. one sack" ol wool. The ity in both House and Senate, there bleness, we request that you become break, rip, tear nor run bown at the finder will leave the same at this DROWNS UlQ.il BI1TERS a candidate for State Senator in the heel," and as I was about to remark, choose. exists no reason for the promulgaoffice and be icwardcd. I, also, sell II"" lllllmuiicu, 0 MrIii, Mill. To Tim votijus oi Ohio, Muiii.i:.v-iir.u- o tion of a Republican program. That District composed of Butler, Ohio nud had gone to the Court House vard to Wires livllw rlu,Nittou.-ii(.- , mil iirncml DoWlliy. the best patent bed springs. w 11 It. (Iciiulno All ilcnlre fommi na A Card. anii IHnxun Counties I am a is the business of the niajoiily. When Muhlenberg counties, and pledge you enjoy the delicious drink. I am at a tuutuiloliiarkuuilIt.crossed mlwllnroh wrapper. J. M.McCartv. Riji'UIii.icans 01' Omo.Hirr- - that program is presented the Re- oursuppott. This June 23, 1893: To thr candidate for Senator in the District loss to know what persuaded them to il-4Ileing a I.HK AND Ml'lir.KXIUiKC Coi'NTH'.S! I publicans with few exceptions may Geo M Maddox, W M Russell, composed of your counties. go the Court House yard. Would not Republican, 1 will submit my claims am surprised to lcai 11 that my oppo- be counted upon to lay aside all de- D M Duncan, be more a back room somewhere W T Ashby, to the Convention of that party. So- nents, in the contest for nomination sire to obtain 11101c pattisan advanPeihaps secute from intetuption? ISCWoodbuin, 11 D Hunt, liciting the support ol all Republic- for Senator, are having circulated, in tages and to stand up for the btne-fi- t A M Harrel, Henrv had thought- of inv knack of , M I. Ham, localities where I have not had the ans in the Convention, 1 am, dropping around at such times nud ' In short, if Mr. L F Harrel, of the country. Win Bratcher, pleasure of addressing the Republic- Cleveland's program be a patriotic J Smith, Yours truly, chose the yard around the Temple of AlaxanderTinslcy, ans, reports that I am disloyal to the one it will be supported by the ReK. D. Cui'i'V. Justice (?) as a place not liable to be F 13 Kimbley, W A Brown, Republican party and have advocated publicans, who have in every public J M Fulkerson, Hartford, Ky June 29, 1893. disturbed by my unhallowed feet. W H Maddox, principles opposed to these of Hie Re- crisis since the party was represented In.sepli II Smith, John Maddox, But, oh, how poor his calculations! To Tin: Yotuiis 01' Ohio County: publican party. Then I think may be the boys chose in Congress proven themselves to be Robert Decker, J Daniel, I take this maimer ol announcing As to my loyalty to the patty, 1 patriots first and partisans afterwards. IS A Duncan, this place and particular time as an IS T Fulkerson, ' to you that" I am a candidate for the simply refer to the poll books of the excuse to smile at the gitls in the V A Bell, Nobody need worry nbout the posi- John P Benton, Alike of Superintendent of Public precincts where I have cast all iny tions of the Republicans in Congress; S II Woodburu, John J Gillem, Teachers Examination in Coutt Hall. Schools in this county. Have been votes, (Hartford md Morgantown, However far from the truth there they will be found voting for the light D Duncan, J T Carter, ' years Ky.) As to the political principles a citizen ol the county forty-fiv- e speculations may be one thing most S, IS Ashby. ever' time. and, during all that time, have been advocated by me, I can only refer to certain, and, by the wav, the one Everybody, including membets of working in the educational interests the political speeches I have made. wherein my pleasure lay, I happened Klorfloii the Cabinet and other leading Demv.'i mH. -- " . t i &w tt?i :x of the county, both in the school The best evidence I can offer is the & 01110 cotsr court, July Term, '93 along in time to get an invitation to :' Tj Wj ocrats, are in the dark about what loom and through the columns of the speeches made by me during the last partanditisucedl lie. It David Duncan and others ) papers. I now ask you for the first campaign, being the most recent tes- Mr. Cleveland's program will lor 1 partook and then paitoak - ..,,;, ,i r'V " Vi;'irv,.r.yl,u3 again and is known, of couise. that he wishes Graded Free School. J time in life for .1 county office. Can timony. again. Delicious that the Sherman Silver law repealed, but On petition of J. M. Williams, W. Respectfully, " I get it? '" t',f?4'OV-itnrfI have taken the trouble to secure nobody seems to know whether he lcmoinde. I wish I knew something ' ' t A. Bell, S. O. Maple, J. G. Williams, V. I,. Hawkins. the statements of some well known has any idea of a substitute for that I could do for those boys commensur- &S S. M. Duncan, W. M. Russell, D. J. " gentlemen who heard the speeches, measure that will provide in some feiS gSj &B ate with my appreciation of their ex- & . Duncan, Jinn J. Gillam, C. W. Lay-toA destkuctivi: fire occurred at the which, I hercofler: , .: quisite kindness, lfit, luys, m un- f. rift! L.KTJ 11 &Vi! SJi'iBrSHi' i aXOIVI V m way for the silver already owned by IS. C. Woodburu, A. M. Herrell, World's Fair Monday, iu which ninny IlARTi-'oitDKy., July 7, 1893. the government, both coin aud bull- R. IS. Her, 13. C. Campfield, R. T. Her, equal to the task. buildings and a number of lives were To whom it may concern: Dur- ion, as well as for the future of silver fo. Smith, V. L. Warden, J. W. Ross lost. Bat Mionkiutr of leiitnn:ili rtMiii.ids ing the campaign of 1892 I heard K. as a money metal. It is not necessary and David Duncan, legal voters and -::i2E ' ' ' ' mc just n little of a recent cNpeucucc. political speeches for a man to be a skilled financier in D. Guffy make s of Rockpott.Ohio county, It is now less than two weeks until in Ohio county, two only two one nt order for him to see the necessity for ' was at Beaver Dam, and 1 was dead and Kentucky, (School District No, S2,) It the time ot Sam Jones' lectures. In each some substitute. The Sherman law it is ordered by Court that a Graded broke, or in the manner so, but sum-- ' McIIenry and one at Reda. Those who fail to hear the great evan- of those speeches he advocated the enrepealed all other silver laws and to Free School District be and is hereby moiicl up my cadi nud found alto-- 1 Nos. 23 J to 242 East Market Street, Between Brook ami Floyd Streets. gelist will lose au opportunity of a tire Republican platform and especialgcther I had ten cents I had a friend, unconditionally repeal it would be to establishc 1, bounded as follows: lifetime. Seats are selling rapidly. too, a good friend, a friend who hid ' , ly commended and advocated the wipe out all recognition of silvermon-cyat the mouth of Lewis ' Protective Tariff Bill. to put the country upon a single Creek on Green River, thence up labored earnestly as a pedagogue to ' fH: BEbT $1,00 PER DAT HOTEL IN THE CITY OR STATE. is undergoing a Whim: the country M. I. IIlUVRIN. gold standard and turn the silver Green River to the mouth of Williams' drive at least one or two ideas into great financial strain, stocks are fall. money now owned by the government Creek, thence to include II. D. Jack- my dull head, and on this occasion I July 7, 1S93. ing and values shrinking by billions, may concern: Dur- into just so many ounces ot silver son to the railroad at a point halfway, felt that just the proper thing To whom it the great Grover is calmly fishing at ing the campaign of 1892 I was pres- bullion: and few even among the between the cotporate limits of the would be to treat that friend to Biuzard's Bay. What a likeness to Well, we sauntered tip to the ' ent and heard K. D. Guffy, of Hart- most extreme advocates of a gold town of Rockport and the east line of ' Rome's burning. Nero's fiddling nud ford, Ky., make two public political standard believe that such a radical the Urc land near Echols, thence to stand kept by the pretty girl in the red dress and 1 ordered two lemonIn giving the list of applicants for speeches in Ohio county, one at change could be so suddenly made John T. Casebicr's including hint ades. They were put up on short orBell's Run without wholesale disaster, and it is and excluding the Urc farm, the -- TO Government positions last week we Cromwell, the other at SEE TIIE- will be pos- Daughtery farm and D. J. Wilcox, der and would have tickled a kimj. I whom Church, in each of those speeches, not believed here that it gave the name of'T. J. Smith, airlessly threw down my ten cents, Mr. Guffy endorsed and advocated the sible to accomplish the unconditional thence to Lewis Creek at the bridge wo had heard named with the rest. entire' Republican platform and especrepeal of the Sherman law, while the on the Hartford and Rockport road, and was remarking how well the Mr. Smith informs us that ho is not ially advocated and endorsed the belief is general that it can be easily thence down Lewis Creek to the be- young lady could manipulate the lo'j'ae up at me and will not be au applicant for any Protective Tariff Bill. The repealed if a reasonable aud sensible ginning. It is further ordered that lemon, when s'ae piercingly from tituL-- her long lashes Federal position whatever. speeches above mentioned are all I substitute therefor is presented. Mr. the sheriff of Ohio county open a poll Cleveland has a grand opportunity to in said Graded School District on the and said tenderly, but I assure you, heard Mr. Guffy make. week Prof. V. Wi: announce this prove himself a patroitic President 29th day of July, 1S93, for the pur- very forcibly (to me;) "Ten cents a J no. P. Morton, J. P. O. C. L. Hawkins, of Hartford, as a candiand his message to Congress, which pose of taking the sense of the legal glass, please." I was just in the act Bkda, Ky., July 8, 1893. date for the Democratic nomination may concern: Dur- will be generally conceded as the white voters in said proposed graded of lifting the glass to my lips when To whom it this unlookcd for turn ol things hapfor School Superintendent of Ohio ing the campaign of 1892 I heard K. official program of his party, will free school disttict upon the proposi- pened. I was paralyzed. I iH a man of co'ild county. Prof. Hawkins show to what extent he takes the ad- tion whether or not they will vote an D. Guffy, of Hartford, Ky., make two I neither raije nor lo.vor that arm. and has been rreat force of character Beda and vantage of it. of (50; fifty cents on each annual tax political speeches, one at finally recovered an 1 began fu.nV.iug the leadiug teachers of the one at Bell's Run Church, in each of one of While thete are a few men here who one hundred dollars (jioo) worth of of He has those speeches Mr. Guffy advocated profess to believe that the extra ses- property assessed in said district be- through my po?kets an 1 iu the far i O. coimtv for mauv vcars. corner of one seldom frequented I many strong supporters who will zeal the entire Republican platform and sion will be a short one the great longing to said white vo'.ers.and a poll fniitid n nistv ilimi" flint 1o'ii ricnt 1ml ously care for his interests through the especially endorsed and advocated the majority believe that it will run into tax of (Si. 50) one dollarand fifty cents laid by forccd. I threw this down the regular session and that the reg- per capita on eah white male inhabi campaign. McKinley Protective Tariff Law. proudly aud walked out, greatly reular session will be one of the long tant over twenty-on- e Ho will save ou MONKY by Buying from HIM. Will years of age reWood Tinsley, lieved. Tile maid and inv Irieud took of the est ever held. An ofier was made siding in said giaded free school dis The official announcement Ch'm'n Rep. Kxecutive Co. Com. cll you a Hiifevy, Harnc., Lap Dusterand Whip from (j0,00 without, a taker, by a Democratic trict, for the purpose of erecting suit- in the situation at once and smiled State School Fund per capita has not Hamilton, Ky., July 10, 1S93. I very knowingly at each other. to wager from $100 to able buildings and maintaining a up to .7f).00. The Davis Cnrriago Company has tho reputayet been made, but the amount will To whom it .may concern: We, Congressman, hereby shake oil the dust from my $500 that Congress would be in ses- good graded free school in said disbe perhaps not far from 82.75. Ev the undersigned, were present at tion of building the best Buggy for the money of any Factory feet against Beaver Dam so far as trict or foi the payment ol princial buying lemonade i concerned until ery district will bo required to have Ky., during the campaign of sion August 7, 1894. in Cincinnati. It is already certain that it is going and interest on any such bonds not there u moie money in the country. a five months' school and the general 1S92 and heard E. D. Guffy make a to be a fighting session, but the fight- exceeding ($2,000) two thousand dolwill be reduced somewhat political campaign speech at the Mcper capita So KIMIKHIIDOIi. i'or ing is going to be among the Demolars as the Beard of Trustees of said in all counties having districts with IIenry Schoolhouse. In that speech July 12. D. Miller and sister, Mt.is of crats. The first fight will be on the proposed graded free school district less than 45 pupils. This county has Mr. Guffy advocated the platform proposed Closure rule, which will be may issue aud sell under the provis- Carrie, spent Saturday night iu this 17 schools with a total deficit ot 242 the Republican party and especially vicinity. antagonized by what is known as ions of this act for the purpose aforeProtective-Tarif- f pupils, below 4.1 to the district, which endorsed and advocated the Miss Lula Sorrels, Cromwell, is in Republican party, the silver Democrats, and the Rep- said, not however, exceeding policy of the number will be added to the total visiting her grand parents at this Tariff Law called ublicans may conclude to take a hand amountthe sum of$2,ooo. Itis further number of pupil children in tho coun- and particularly the in it. Then there will be a fight ordered that said sheriff shall at the writing. the McKinley Bill. ty, thus decreasing, a few cents, the Miss Annie Fulkcnon, McIIenry, over the important House Chairmansame time and place of said election Sam James, Trustees per capita lor the county. for the is the guest of Mrs. Jo, Fo:.ter, of ships. Springer, Holman and Bland above named, open a poll S. B. Bisiioi', and teachers will bear this in mind for said this pi. ice. are all slated to be turned down, and election of (G) six trustees L. Francis, O. R. Tinsley and wife, No Crck, The general when making contracts. they will not give up very easily. district. Richaki) Francis, spent Saturday night and Sunday visper capita and tho county per capita A little incident -- took place on A copy. Attest: Amiert Chinn, iting in the Washington neighborwill be announced shortly. Wednesday of this week iu the temRowan Hoi.nnnnK, Clerk. G. W. Render, hood. porary oflice of the Record and PenBv L. P. I.oni'.y, D. C. Henry Smith, Miss Mattie Chinn who i.; engagIn the late unpleasantness in which sion division of the War department, R. P. Tom., In accordance with the foregoing or- ed in the Millinery business at Cromthe denizens of the Rr.runucAN ofwhich passed throuph the Ford's John Fiemh'.N, fice wore reluctant participants pubTheater horror, that adds another der I will on the 28th day of July, well, spent last week visiting her Simon Jones. we are glad to say, fully proof to the many already existing, 1892 cause to be opened a poll in said parents near Beda. lic opinion, July 12, 1893. Miss Oma Smith, of the Washingthat a black skin may cover a hero's craded free school district No. 21, exonerates us. We meau by public I heard 13. D. Guffy make a public Rockport, Ky., for thepurpose of tak- ton neighborhood, spent Sunday in heart. It was the presentation of a opiniCn the opinion of the good and speech nt Taylor Mines, Ky., in the handsome gold watch to the negro, ing the sense of the legal white vo- this vicinity not long since, the guest people. We understand campaign of 1892, in that speech he Basil Lockwook, who at the risk of ters in said proposed graded free ot Miss Minnie Batrd. one or two of our friuds are very sadly advocated Miss Ida Smith nud Mr. Frank school distiict upon the pioposition the entire Republican plat displeased that the last vestige of tho form and particularly the Tariff Law his own life was instrumental in as to whether or not they will vote Lowe, of the Washington neighborrescuing 75 clerks from the upper Rim'ujimcav office and its force was called the McKinley Bill. floor of the wrecked building. One an annual tax oi (50) liny cents on hood, went to Boonville, lnd last not swept from terra firma. But the Very respectfully, of the rescued clerks made the pres each ($100) one hundred dollars worth Friday, returning Tuesday, accompaand most W. A. Giuson. saddest, least lookcd-f- or entation speech, and his closing of property assessed in said district nied by their grandmother, who will unkindest cut ot all, is that His Maj are in my words tell the story "With the fear- belonging to said white voters and a spend some time visiting friends a.ul The foregoing-statementesty, tho Great and Only, Grand possession and maybe seen by anyone. ful crash of the falling floors still poll of (5 1. 50) one dollar and fifty relatives in this county. ed on each white male who presides with HORSE-SHOEIN- G We had the pleasure of attending Mr. Tracy, one of my opponents, sounding in our ears and the moans cents per capita years of Sunday School at Rock Yalle Chinch diguity over the destinies of was present at the Bell's Run speak- of our dying comrades coming up to inhabitant over twenty-on- e g wagon, ing and knows the truth about that. us from the awful wreck, with the age lesiding in said graded free school last Sunday morning glad to note the Owensboro is "agin" us, and says wo "orter bo The speech at Cromwell I made at floors under our feet and the walls district, for the purpose of erecting they have an interesting school aud a cleaned out," and if he say so it must be the invitation of the "Hubbard Clnb" around us still trembling from the suitable buildings and maintaining a large attendance. We hope to tnke At the part with them again in the near future. of which club my opponent, Mr. Tay- shock, you reached to us the ladder good graded free school. so. I We think we hear wedding bells lor, was au ofilcar (President I think.) which then seemed to span between same time and place will in accordance to the above order, cause to be and if Madam Rumor is right we will to a very strange He was present at the speaking and time inTiiixhh have como The etetnity," and pass in Kentucky when a citizen and was at that time the presiding officer scription on the watch reads: "Pre- opened a poll for the election of (6) have a wedding to report next week. said graded free Mrs. J. W. Stevens is visiting in his employes peaceably engaged in of the meeting. He knows the truth sented to Basil Lock wood by theclcrks six trustees for school iu said district. Daviess county, the guest of her son, their daily avocation aro mado tho of the statement regarding thatspeech. of the Record and Pension division of J. P. Stevens, S. O. C. T. L. Stevens. of the War department iu recogniI am willing that my Republicanvictims of an organized conspiracy, a W. P. Bennett will start his threshtion of his heroic conduct iu the Ford whoso participants, armed ism be tested by my votes and speechconspiracy College er on the 17th. The Leavenworth Business with the loaded end of buggy whips, es. .Soliciting your support in the Theater disaster June 9, 1893." Miss Ollie Anderson, who was quite . has a card in this paper offering inYours Resp'y, knives and concealed weights, go de Convention, I am, IS. D. Gui'i'Y. structions free to a number of per- sick at the time of our last writing, WEST IOI.T. d Is it possible a Top Buggy wllli Dash Ball, Scat Rail, Handles, liberately to that citizen's place ot is able to be out again. uuu nanus anu snait i ips, tor auovc price r Hartford, Ky.,July 12, 1893. July 10. Miss Mary Parks, Beda, sons. Did you read it? business for the boasted and express neighbor- " I J Mr. Dave Lake, of this is visiting relatives in this neighbor?3 purpose of raising a row,raiso that dU hood, and Mrs. Thersa Mitchell, of 1111N0 mill. hood. Cnril of TliaiikH. turbance and bring on the attack Hartford and Mineral Springs will Beda, were united in the holy bonds We. the members of Preston MorMiss Sue Tichenor, who has been 2 n b h with their deadly weapons, endanger ton Post, No. 4, Department of Kenevenof matrimony last Sunday evening at play at Ccntertown visiting friends and relatives at o o E o ing and threatening the lives of peace- tucky, appreciate the interest taken three o'clock, at the residence ol Richis now the guest of her sis- ing at 3 o'clock. is indeed able citizetis we repeat, it McIIenry and St. Charles will play ard Bennett, Rev. J. A. Bennett speakand the assistance given by the cit ter, Mrs. D. J. K. Maddox, of the O c ing the words that made them man passing strange that such things occur izens of Hartford and vicinity in Providence neighborhood. at McIIenry next Friday, the 21st. in n State so freo to boast of tho laws making the celebartion of the Fourth Case-bieMcIIenry and Mineial Springs will and wife. Immediately after the cereW.Hots Misses Ella Wade and Jennie "8 O O mony they repaired to the home of abiding life of her people, her respect of July a success. Sincerely thank-kin- g who have been visiting relatives play at Centertown on next Saturday, n o PS groom, where a repast awaited the you, we are respectivlly, for public educators and tho freedom iu this neighborhood, returned totheir the 22d. them. Your scribe wishes them a her bounds. of tho press within John M. Bishop, Com. home near Rockport Sunday. To gain strength Hood's Sarsapa-rilla- . long and happy life. with a supposed grievMrs. Charlotte Tichenor and little Wheu a man Vehicles. Write fcr our New 80 pago Catalogue There will be an ice cream uipper Nellie, are visiting William R. Ward was in attendance ance gathers around him unguarded Aucircss Sarsa- - given nt No Creek on the 15II1, Let i neighbor- InFor steady nerves Hood's at the Reunion, but from some error relatives in the Providence associates, fans his fancied wrongs SOUTHERN BUGGY everybody attend and have a good ; parilla. to heat by means of political preju- or other his name was not in the list hood this week. CINCINNATI, OHIO, U. S. A Daisy Dram?. Forputeblood Hood's Sarsaparilla time. Miss Mantle Hicks, one ofLiver- wrought thus up published. ami dice 1 ptoc-l.tmati1 pin-ces- proceeds as nbovo Indicated to molest a citizen aud to disturb the. peace . - of the community, to say the least of j'tinusiir.n r.vr.uv ntiiUY mounino. it, niauesa very serious milako and docs his friends n groat injury. Tho liHlut mi. I Proprietor JO. U. ltMU:ilS. pris is an educator, as much an educator as the minister of the gospel or (he teacher of our schools and colleges. FRIDAY, .ll'LV 14, 1803. Take away frrm the newspaper the right to condemn that which is wrong, Wi: ark AurnoR!7i:n to axxoinci: that which is immoral, that which Is DAN P. TRACY As n ciimliil.itt! for State Senator fiom deliimental to ihn pence- and welfare the Sth Senatorial Di.strlet, subject to of tho people and you strike a death the action of the Republican party. blow at our social and civil institutions And now as a public educator VU AUK AUTllOK17.:il) TO ANNOUNCE claiming these rights, in fact having O. SLADE TAYLOR these duties incumbent upon it by Of the Cromwell Precinct, as a Kcpuiimo.vn lor State Senator from the Sth virtue of its position, the District, subject to the proposes to speak out on any and all Senatorial subjects, nt any and all times it may action of the Republican party. Hartford Republican WASHINGTON. morc'a most popular organists, li teaching a music school in 'this neighborhood. Miss Mantie'is an excellent teacher. The ice cieain supper at Mi. S. A Bratcher's, wushighly enjoyed by nil After supper aud someexcclleiit music by the brass band the young Indies present marched out nud presented each of the band boys a nice boquet as a token of their appreciation of the music. Then Mr. A. II. Tichenor arose nud extended the thnnks of the host and hostess to the baud for its valuable assistance in entertaining Vioi.kt, their many guests. jitmw. 'K'mt 'P'MW'fM'gaTVc:.1 ?? Miy.1 IMyw .iimmj "J'.ulhs. Vtf11"-- -- TOWN TATTLER. impohtAnii ii -- this office. For Sale! A good soeond-lianc- l piano, cheap for cash. Apply at vguatl 1 V I three-fourth- can-iliila- tc '. d MiyM-da- - l !rW TERPRISE HOTEL, ,itlr. wlrillWfefe J 5. - 8 , WIS ""TJ ?i El t- tt n, ?& fe ffl i. t! $Mln? !flft ft3f IS , Tax-payer- xiiflft:. JOHN SEARCY, Proprietor. ' Mc-Kinl-ey ' lent-onad- c. Louisville, XLonlruLoISLy-Come to Hartford 1 r SPRING OPENING OF Buggies just from the Davis Carriage Company. L. Field's car v, come and judge yourself. J. 0. WILLIAMS . r ffj General - law-abidi- Eoaver ID&txn., T3Ly. All kinds of Repairing done on short notice and at most reasonable rates. s " high-head- A SPEOIALTYT mail-and-ju- Agent for the Kansas City Complete Circuit, All Steel, Mounted Hay Press, Disc Harrows, Osborne Mowers and Hakes. -- 1 $37.50 SOUTHERN QUEEN $37.50 Silver-plate4 -- 3. n, kzc5 X r, crand-dauchte- r, THE 00. hi V ; limnr'T mini m in i in mm hum musU'wii ihhwh mimiii iw JULUJJS' Leave your orders with C. L. Piold when you want to go to Beaver 6am. Remember that C. L. Field will sell you n good buggy nud harness for $3o. C. L Field 'bus leaves at 111, 10:15 a. & 11:30 a. 111. m. for Beaver 5 a, Dam. IT HAS BEEN reported by knowing people that Carson & Co. have the best stock of Dry Goods in the Green River country. No person can be a candidate for School Superintendent who docs not stand the examination Saturday, July 27th. Don't forget this. Any Tim '- I have taken an interest with Beau Bros, in the Commercial Hotel and to dcall - ' Islho right tirao for everybody with FAIR BUGS. ACQ., but should would be pleased to have you call when in town. G. J. Bkan. Jo. Cartwright was waylaid and murdered Saturday night by either Dan or 'Mike Ticrney, all of the Pinchccoc neighborhood in Brecken-ridg- e county. John D. Kcown and Miss Nora Staple, of Fordsvillc, were married at the Commercial Hotel yesterday evening, Rev. G. J. Beau officiating. Mr. L. P. Bruncr and Miss Hufl were members of the party. 15. K. Barnard, Smallhouse, made an assignment Tuesday. Liabilities, ? I.ooo; assets about the same amount. L. P. Foreman, assignee, and W. M. Fair went down Wednesday to look through the business You Desire Siiiumcr Underwear, Straw Huts, Outinpl Shirts, &e., now is the time to buy. SOMETHING NICE III Light Summer Suits and Dress Goods,! just right for theso hot July days. CALL ON US And be convinced there is no time like tlu j promt to buy your vacation outfit. i i,'J f ,'' ft' s FAIR BROS, PROPRIETORS ft CO There were forty applicants for certificates in the recent examination. The papers nre not all graded, however, and it is impossible to give anything like the number of certificates that will be granted. Suffice it to say there will be several failures and only s certificates; the larger tn few number being second and third-clasfirst-class. Hartford Temple of Fashion. A very pleasant entertainment was given last Thursday evening, July 6, nt Mrs. Jas. A. Thomas, in honor of Misses Sallie Cate and Mabel King. The evening was spent in innocent games, and at 10:30 an elegant repast was served, after which all departed for home, feeling that they had spent one of the most enjoyable occasions of the season. r The big culvert just across the bridge has been torn away and the depression is being filled with dirt. This lies directly in the path of the break in the river above, where an immense stream of water pours violently through on each recurring rise. washing is rapidly The bank out and it seems that nothing less than a heavy rock wall across the mouth of the break can stop the destruction that is being wrought. . X , f ' V km The following named young people composed a gay party to Hocker's Fresh Groceries at Tracy & Son. BlufTTuesday: Misses Mabel Kimbley, FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1893. The best of Flour, Meal, ll.icoti and Etta and Lilly Thomas, Berta and a Morton, Mabel Brown, Jennie 1'ree delivery at Stevens & Collins. I.ard at Tracy & Son. Qttiscnbcrry.Letta Marks.and Messrs. We want your Uuttcr and liggs. Freshest Kfct'''ies nl Stevens & R. D. Walker, J. S. Vaught, Henry st Tkacv & So.v. Collins. Nail, R. T. Collins. Dr. J. H. White, The railroad will give reduced rates Misses Mary Cox and Stella Thomas, Cnll and e.viiiiine prices at Stevens at for the Jones lectures on 25 and 26. & Collins. chaperons. The day was spent in playing croquet, the KKMKMIIKR tliYsim Jones Lecn bin lot of We have just received singing plays, eating a fine dinner tures July 25, 26, nt night and at C.xkmiN vS: Co. fumituic. furnished by the young ladies and in n in. on 26th. Ice for .sale nt anj time and any having an all around good time. tf Carson & Co. w ill tell you more (liiantity, at Williams Hros. The series of meetings held by Revs. goods for less money than any other Wcare fixing up (oiks for the World's Ross and Hartford at Fordsville has house in town. Caksos & Co. Fair. closed. No such religious awakenALL OUT for the Mammoth Store ing was ever before manifested at ItritiK us your produce and get the of Carson & Co. to buy Dry Goods, Fordsville. Rev. Ross is an evangeStkvkns & Com.ixs. cash. Groceries and Furniture. list of unusual power. There were C.OIXO, GONH! All of GOING, We are headeptarters lor everything twenty-nin- e additions to the Methoour goods are going. Cah.son & Co. in the Grocery Line. Call on us. ' dist Church, and Sunday night ninety-fTkacy & Son. our If you are going to the World's gave their hands to be prayed Fair and need a valise, see Carson & for. Mr. G. B. Williams was present DON'T wait until the best seats Co. arc all taken for the Jones Lectures and conducted the singing a portion Why will you buy old groceries and then complain. GKT them now of the time. Li-d1 1 V when you can get fresh ones at SteSamjones.will not be at Hartford vens & Collins. s for some time perhaps after he leaves liny a new straw hat and get the on the 26th, so you had better come and hear him. benefit of the reduced prices. Causon & Co. Sam Jones' Lecture will , le a big thing, but Carson & Co's. Gencr-n- l Cnnie to us and get Fresh GrocerStore is bigger Visit them and ies and low prices. Caicson & Co. be convinced. 2t Stt.vi:ns & Coi.uss. OUR GOODS must be sold, so come at once and secure a bargain. If you want to be certain To make a safe trip, Go to Casebier & Burton They will give you a "tip." Their horses are gentle, Their vehicles strong, Their teams never run off Nor their wagons break down. t Causon & Co. Judge Newton, F. W. I'irtle and others are spoken of as candidates of the Prohibition Party of Ohio county. The leading Barber of the Green River country is II. C. Pace and he can be found only at Hartford. Call on him. Last Friday Mr. Hykes, of Fords-villby mistake took four grains of corosive sublimate. By the timely ar-- x rival of Dr. Ford his life was saved, e, V.: , - X J. C. Herrell was named as a Conp V v of the Solfederate in our write-udiers Reunion when he was a Federal Soldier. We do not know his regiment. Mnrriage licenses: Carl Lnshbrook to Miss Annie Hawkins, David Lake to Mrs. Teresa Mitchell, ArcUillias Webb to Mrs. Millberry Cain, Thom- as A Smith to Miss Maria Petty. Rev. J. R. Crawford, ofOwensboro, who, in September, is to rob Hart- ford of one of her fairest and most will preach at popular young-ladie- s, the C. P. Church next Monday night. ' ' r. f ' 4 t ' ' ' " " s 'l Capt. Sam K. Cox, representing the 17th Ky., Louis Gunther, the Treston Morton Post No. 4, G. A' R., The Hartford Lecture Club is deattended the funeral of Co'l, John H, termined tojuuke the Sim Jones Le McHenry at Owensboro Sunday. a success and a grand treat "for Col. McHenry was hqldin very high the pepple. The railroad will give esteem by the old soldiers. reduced rates from Leitchfield, GreenOne of the most pleasant occasions ville and intermediate points to Beavof the season will be the Croquet Par- er Dam, and Mr. Jones will, in addi ty and Ice Cream Supper at No Creek tionto two nights, July 25th and 26th, night by Messrs. Rial and deliver a lecture at 1 1 o'clock a. ill. King. Everything necessary for a on July 26th, and give those who good time wiU be furnished. Several cannot come out at night u chance to parties from town are exp'ected to at- hear him. Tickets on sale at Wiltend, liams & Bell's Drug Store. Their drivers nre good ones . Their prices the best; Remember, if youarcgoing tothe Just call at their office, They will tell you the rest. World's Fair, that you will need six new silk waists. We will receive new i:AH tiKOVfi. silk for that purpose W. II. Bean and family, of Center-tow- n Cakson & Co. community, visited Mrs. M. E. Mr. O. J. Thomas and sister, Miss Hocker's family the first. L. W. Hocker and family visited Stella, handsomely entertained a few of their many friends Wednesday friends in Muhlenberg county the 1st. Mrs. Sallie Rhoads, of Muhlenberg evening from 9 to 1 1 o'clock, the oc county, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. casion being a cinque party. L. V. Hocker. The White Teachers Institute will Mrs. Sallie Barrett, of Liberty, is convene Monday, August 7U1, and Mrs. 1L visiting her teachers are requested to make their M. Taylor. Proaccordingly. arrangements J. L. Hocker and family were the grams will be out in a few days. guests of Mrs. M. E. Hocker the first I will preach in the grove in the Sunday. forks of the Hardiusburg and Hincs Rev. E. E. Pate filled his appointMill roads, near the Milton Taylor ment at Goshen the first Sunday nt farm on the 3d Sunday evening in 1 1 o'clock a. m. and at Beaver Dam July at 4 o'clock. Let all who are at 8 p. m. interested in the building of a church Rev. G. J. Bean preached atGoshen nt that place be present. Resp'y, the first Sunday at 4 p. m. R. D. Dkknutt. There was an entertainment at Mr. The Gentry Yates Saturday night. The Annual State Reunion of Kentucky will be held this year on Fri- young people had a splendid time. day and Saturday, August 11 and 12, ( Miss Annie Hocker was visiting in nt Lebanon Junction. Ky. All old Hartford the 1st, the guest of Mrs. soldiers are requested to attend. Con- Carrie Williams. Misses Oma and Suda Williams, of federates are especially invited to atlarge crowd is expected to Goshen, were at the Reunion. tend. A U. M. Everly and family, of Hamilbe present. Chtfap rates on railroads. ton Mines, were visiting Mrs. E. By order of Gen. E. H. Hobsou, PresClimax. Barnes last week. ident; Dan O'Riley, Secretary. r, Rattle for lllooil Is what Hood's Sarsaparilla ously fights, and it is always A vigorvictor- ious in expelling all the foul taints and giving the vital fluid the quality It and quantity of perfect health. cures scrofula, salt rheum, bolls and all other troubles caused by impure blood. Hood's.I'u.i.s cure all liver ills. 25c. Sent by mall on receipt of price by C. I. Hood & Co., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass. never failed to have good congregd. tions and on Saturday night the 8 Miss Annie Allen, Rosinc, is visit- church was crowded to Its uttermost. All who failed to hear Bio. Boss on ing in the city. Sin; The the "Tripple Aliancc-- of Jas. A. Park, Esq., Clear Run, was Government ol the United States; caller Wednesday. a pleasant The Wages ofSin,"mlssedn luxuriant Attorney M. L. Heavrin returned scriptural feast. Wednesday from Louisville. Success to the Rurunt.tCAN. Virgii,. J. Ed Guenther and John Weir, of Owensboro, were in town this week. McHenry no More. Col. John J. Lou Hill, Frankfort, is among Our people wcic greatly surprised his many Irieiids heie for a fewweeks. Saturday morning to hcarol llicdenth Press James, the popular drummer of Col. John II; McHenry, of Owens-botof Louisvillce, Was in the city Wedwhich uulooked for event ocf curred nt that place at 12:30 that nesday. Mrs. J. W. Ford and daughter, Miss morning. The news reached here by Jessie, returned Monday from the telegraph. Col. McHenry had been enjoying reasonably good health, World's Fair. and retired the night before feelMiss Lula Johnson, who has been ing well but on getting up during visiting relatives in Greenville, has the night for n drink of water he fell returned home. and expired in n few moments. The Attorney W. T. Hayward and R. relatives were at once notified. The 15. L. Simmeriiion went to Louisville funeral took place at Elmwood Sunyesterday morning. day evening in charge of the AmeriCecil Sanders, Owensboro, is at the can Order of United Workmen, ol Commercial Hotel, under the treat- which he was a prominent member. ment of Dr. J. 15. Pendleton. Colonel McHenry was a noble man, a brave soldier and a firm nud lasDr. J. 15. Pendleton wife and daughter, Miss Tula, returned from the ting friend. In the early part of the war he organized the famous 17th Ky. World's Fair yesterday. Silas Tichenor, of McHenry, spent Regiment and was in cam) for some Saturday and Sunday in town, the time nt the old Fair Grounds. His men loved him dearly and the 17th beguest of J. M. Casebier nud family. ' came noted for its'good fighting qualMrs. B. D. Ringo and Mrs. D. E. ities, He was at the Thomas left Wednesday for Schohoh time of his death, havirigbeen appion-te- d to visit the old home of the former. under the Harrison AdministraMrs. Jennie McHenry and daughtion. Many relatives, old solders and ter, Miss Isabclle, are expeoted to re- friends, made in social and civil life, We turn home from. Colorado about the will mourn his untimely taking 20th. away. But two of the boys of that Miss Elia Barnelte, a charming large family remain, Estill, at St. young lady from Louisville, will visit Iritis, and Lemuel at Louisville. Mrs. Nannie Salding the last of the Nome ltiitiicNti4'liitiii;unt llriitrr ! mouth. II. B. Taylor, Jr., has purchased the Miss Mary Nail returned Tuesday share of Hilcy Taylor in the large dry from Owensboro, accompanied by her goods establishment of Taylor & Co., cousins Misses Bessie and Annie Lau- and has takcii a position behind the rie Nail. counter. Hiley has not yet deter-mide- d what he will do.butso hustling Henry Field spent Wednesday night with his brother, J. S. Field, Buford, n lellow as he will not be idle long. nud reports him quite sick but im- We wish Harb much success in his new departure. proving. Perry Westerfield, well known to Mrs. J. W. Ford and daughter.Miss Jessie, and Misses Bessie and Lula "The trading public of this county, Cox returned .Monday from the having been engaged as clerk with M. M. Kahu, of this city, and the World's Fair. Company Store at Taylor Mines, has Prof. J. D. Coleman started Tuestaken a position as salesman with day to the World's Fafr. He will Taylor & Co. He begins next week. spend a few days in Louisville before 15. D. Tillford has purchased the going to the Windy City. storehouse formerly occupied by W. Miss Sallie Crawford, one of Mill- H. Blankenship, and is having the wood's fairest belles and a former stu- same remodeled, overhauled and made dent of Hartford College, returned almost new, preparatory to moving in home Tusday after a visit of a few with his large stock of groceries and weeks in the city. confectioneries. Perry Westerfield, who has been enGeo. M. Maddox, formerly Postgaged as salesman with n big firm at master at Rockport, has purchased an Morganfield for several months, is interest Jn the livery stable owned visiting friends in Rochester this and operated by Hiram Maddox. Mr. week, preparatory to eutering on his Maddox will move has family up from new duties with Taylor & Co., Beaver Rockport next week. Dam. l'crhnitN I'ntnl. Worlil'N Fair PiillniitliroilMl. Will Taylor, C. L. Field's popular On Monday Mrs. John Davis, living ST. PAUL DAU.Y NEWS. driver, returned from Louisville beyond Beaver JJatun happened .lo, a Messrs. Boddie Bros., wealthy ChiHe was accompanied home very serious if not fatal accident. cago gentlemen, having thev interest by his sister, Miss Sallie Taylor, who Mr. Davis had a cow tied head and of the city at heart, and desiring to has been engaged in the millinery foot and by some means the cow got disprove the falsity of the statement business at Cumberland Gap for some a pole fast in the rope. In order to that only in boarding houses can be mouths. relieve her he called to Mrs. Davis to lound moderate priced accommodabring a knife with which to cut the tions during the World's Fair, remodMisses Sara Collins, Katie Coombs, Eva Morton, Sallie Coleman, Mary rope. She came at once, but Mr. Da- eled and furnished at great expense and Ella Cox, Martha Bennett, Attie vis Is almost totally blind, so she pro- one of their famous absolutely fireAustin, Ida Duke, Dora E. "Gibson, ceeded to cut the rope hersell, when proof business structures, located corMrs. F. O. Austin, Master Owen the cow made a sudden struggle ner of Franklin and Jackson streets, Williams and many others will start throwing the pole violently against within short walking distance of the to the World's Fair about the middle Mrs. Davis' head, knockinghcrsense-less- . Union Depots, Theatres, Postoflice, The cow ran over her several Board ol Trade, Steam, F.lcvated, Ca of next week. times finally falling upon her heavily. ble Roads and Steamboats to the "Mrs. Davis has been unconscious alWorld's Fair, furnished newly throughFOIlUStlM.K. After lying dormant two weeks most ever since and fears are enter- out 500 rooms, superb parlors, elevatwe will attempt to impart some of the tained that she vill not recover. ors, electric lights, exhaust fans to happenings of our little town to the keep cool entire building, named this NIIAVERTOWN. outside world and what better method property The Great Western Hotel, July 11. Cutting oats is the order could we devise than to insert them and invite the public to take their of the day, though the most of the choice of rooms for $1.00 per day, within the sacred coluius of the dear crop has been harvested. old RiSPUiiMcAN a paper that lives children 5 12 fifty cents. Elegant Mrs. Dr. A. C. Haynes, of Indianrestaurant and dining rooms where as if it was to live always and lives apolis, and her father, S. D. Woodfine meals are served at 50 cents, or a as if it was to die ward, ofOwensboro, spent last week The farmers are very busy at presla carte at very moderate prices. in town, the guests of E. C. WoodThere should be lessheardor known ent harvesting in the golden grain. ward and family. of extortion and imposition connectMr. C. E. Ford is having a new Misses Zella and Laura Stewart, of residence erected on Maiii Street. ed with the World's Fair were there McHenry, have been'visiting in town more public spirited, fair minded men his Mr. Wm. Bright has the past two weeks, the guests of V. store-housin Chicago as are the owners and proM. Stewart and family. prietors of The Great Western Hotel. Mr. J. W. Hale is repairing his JewMr. and Mrs. Wayne Davis, of Our readers should write as soon as elry Shop and Photograph gallery. Buel, McLean county, visited relatives possible to secure rooms, for they are Mr. J. D. Cooper's new Drug Store here lost Sunday. 48 6t being taken up rapidly. adds another gem to Main Street. Misses Annie Stevens and Rhoda Mrs. George Cravens and children We handle the very best tobacco in Hipsley, of Livermore, visited relareturned home from Louisville Thursthe city. Kentucky Seal, Little cartives here last week. and Longfellow, besides the Star day afternoon. Rev. E. E. Pate preached a splend- rier others a specialty. and Mrs. Brooks, of Hardiusburg, was id sermon at Tkacy & Son. the school house last the guest of Mrs. Mamie Duffy Sat- Sunday afternoon. We would be glad urday and Sunday. to have Bro. Pate with us often. Miss Jessie Smith is visiting her Messrs. Joe dud Eddie Stewart went sister, Mrs. Autha McCuen, to Roslne Sunday, returning Monday. Mr, AlHeJCopj)afiev,retupied from ABflHHHB9 C. B. Shaverattendedthe' Ice Cream Cloverport Sunday. supper at Pleasant Ridge last SaturRev. L. R. Barnett, of Hartford, day night. attended the meeting here last vveek. Born, to the wife of J. B. Her on Miss Ella Smith who has been the 8th lust., a fine girl. spending several days at Sulphur Hurrah, for the Rhpuw.icax, C. S.' Springs returned to her home itt Taylor and Republicanism for the Friday morning. next century. Xknia. Miss Mary Westerfield spent a few days this wee): with friends and relMtildng n Market. atives in Owensboro, "Wo cnil'tfsell theso $1 hundkerchloh Misses Estella and Eunice Brooke, at all, sir," said the floorwulker to thy of Whitesvillej spent several days Jn proprietor. "Oh, ye we can," wus tho reply. town this week with friends. "Murk them nt $1.37 and put them on Mr. W. E. Tabor and wife have tho burgaln counter." Harper's Bazar. returned home after an extended visit Annie L. Arner The Keporter' Dream. to Louisville and Whitesville. Ot Augusta, Ky. In 111 liavo a Biimnf pacers, faatcst cort of Miss Sallie Ford is the guest ol torrcl IlKlitnliitf etiascru. reg'lar ruevrs, Miss Abbie Smith. When my ililp come. In. Miss Jessie Reynolds returned home I will Imvo a costly tlnclllni;, tenants flylnil Tetfrom Whitesville yesterday. at my jelllnc, plcluna lianglng, music bh ell. With Hood' SarMparllla-F- or ter and Blood Impurities Miss Myrtie Graham is visiting When my thlp come. In. friends and relatives in town this I will )jt" my wife to finely that tho'lt elilno Stronger and Setter in Every WV in crowiU divinely, and the vodj wlllmnlle week. "I have been more than pleaiod with Hood'i Unlk'tily, Mr. J. M. Smith, Baggage Master Barsaparllja. I Uavo suffered with totter breakWhen myshlptomesJn. my on the L. II. & W. R. R., is 'very I will Kck the tcilnir pauper and apply a ing out on my fuco and all over my body allgood life. I never could find anything to do It k'oUlcn oiK.r to hU Brief tuiik, na Is rocr. ill at his sister's in Cloverport. until I began to tuks Hood's Sarsaparilla. I Wlinn mv .lilt, rnmpa In. have now used about eight bottles, and Oh, It has Mr. S. C. Stevens, ol Beaver Dam, stalely, and I'll bj to I done me 10 much good that I have the utmost I'll harangue tho voter is in town for the purpose of estabcongress gayi I invro my oicu win uimmt r lishing a Library. It is to be hoped When my ship comes In. -that he may succeed. Come, my vessel, o'er Iho octant Sadnetm li meeting' at (he M. E. Chiirch, recommend It to everyone. Bestde my ono cmolluu The faith In It and my dally imtlon, sorrow Is purlfytng my blood, It has made m,o.Bjh Till mr snip comes in. conducted by Rev. E. A. Ross, of Sf . stronger and better I do not feil like Mm)MJM I mutt 'bllnil my :rcnklDK tubers, I must not person at all." Louis, Mo., closed Sunday night with Awie ABxrn, Augurte, Xy. foicgomy labors, IHlhB largcly.oniny nelgh- twenty-seve- n additions to the Church Heed's lilltact easily, yet prwtly and Till m ship corns, iru CctoBUy, on the Uvw and bowel. Sffe. j and many conversions. Brother Ross -- Washington News. PERSONAL !,' H',"l 1" 'l" EVERYTHING MUST BE SOLDI taiero is a time lor everything. Yesterday was the time to rest and have un,but this is the time to secure a Bargain. In order to close out our spring and summer Clothing, we will let them go for 20 PER CENT. LESS Post-mast- er Than the usual price. Our straws have been going for the past ten days lor what they would bring, and will continue until they are all gene. Any one can afford a new Hat at the price they are being sold. also carry a full line of Shoes and Slippers, the BEST TO BE HAJ. 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 lull supply of Furniture. Give us a trial. Yours, &c, CARSON $ CO FOR 30 DAYS We will offer you special inducements in Champion Mowers Sat-urda- y. front and rear cut, John Dodds Hayrake with steel and wooden wheels, Parry Buggies and Spring Wagons and Olds Jload Wagons. We get all these goods in car lots andean positively save you money on these. Our Buggies are moving to our entire satisfaction, and this is our d second of road wagons. We will have 2, 3 and 3 inch' steel skeins as well as the cast skein; car-loa- 'VJ ?! 4 -- J Be sure and come or xwrite us before buy- Hood's Cures ing. Yours truly, TAYLOK & CO. t Statement of the Condition THE Har-dinsbu- rg OF HARTFORD ol Business, Jnu At Hie Close nary 7,1893. RESOURCES. discounted Real estate . . . , Furniture and fixtures. Bonds and Bank Stock Debts in suit. Cash on band Cu3b in other Banks Ui'lls More Than Pleased .. . $70,911.82 3,000.00 . 1,000.00 . 1,341.67 743.64 14,117.78 17,280.68 $108,305.49 J V ' l LIABILITIES. $30,000.00 Capital stock , 72,480.85 Deposits Dividends unpaid.... ... 1,144.00 4.30 Duo other Bauks 413.61 Discountand Exchange. 4,340.73 Undivided Profits $108,395.49 A dividend of $4,00 per .share now due and payable on demand. is Hood's - Cures "rt ii i d. K, Cox, President, a-- r f i - i. "T ' pfny mmtm0m J Hartford Republican FRIDAY, JULY M, 18H3. FATEFUL SPOT, CRIME HOVERS NEAR THE BORDEN HOMESTEAD. Six Murders have Ocourrod Near its Sito -- Some Old Tragodies Brought to Mind. flic Worm wiKUhpNIrniiBlinBorMlHN - (nriirll by Ifpr Uplr,J,r, inllil MliilMcr. wins llrouiclil lo Tried I ho Nftls- Mi'er or nnlilliilp'H Knnmilv Trial. SAI.UHDAV lll.AllI. There is something singularly fascinating about a locality where crime Torty-thre- e has been committed. persons passed north and south, up and down Second Street by the llor-dehouse, within filteeu minutes ol this morning, and just forty-thre- e those persons seemed irresistibly impelled to fasten their eyes on the structure d plain and from the time when it came within immediate range of their vision until thev had passed by it. But one of persons had the apthese forty-threpearance of Iteing a stranger in the city and he was riding in a farmer's wagon, the driver of which pointed and pointed at the and pointed plain wooden dwelling with a relish that showed itsell in his rapid speech and animated face. Hank offences that smell to heaven, to paraphrase Shakespeare, have been committed in that part of Fall River south of the city liall, and the fact that no less than six human beings have lost their lives by foul means, including the victims of the last sum mer's homicide, within a radius of half a mile of the Borden house, in no wise lessons the gruesomencss of the locality. Two of these crimes, the murder of the Bordens and the strangling to death of Sarah Marian Cornell by Rev. Kphriam K. Avery, the latter over sixty years ago, have been so atrocious and horrifying as to startle the whole country. The third tragic event was the deed of an insane mother, also a Borden, who, in a fit of mental aberration drowned her two young children in a cistern and then cut her throat. This woman lived on the same side of the street and next to the Borden house. There is one other event, which created a tremendeous sensation. It was the exhuming of the tamous skeleton in armor from a sand bank on what is now Fourth Street, not ten rods in the rear of the Borden house. An ugly find was this, but as the gentleman wore the clanking brass must have been buried 150 years before his bones were accidently found, their rattle did not material disturb or thrill the good people of the border city. In life he was not a Bowen or a Borden or a Durfee, for numerous as the families are in these parts, the members were all accounted for. So, when a certain Longfellow reported the find in verse, and with a poet's license placed ahalo of romance about the gastly discovery, everybody was quite willing to believe the armor wearer had been a "Viking bold," and had sailed the seas in just such a craft as was manned by Norsemen and welcomed at Newport within a day or two. The blessing of lorgetfulncss and the flight of time soften all sin and sorrow more or less, but the hideous-nes- s of the crimes Fall Kivcr has witnessed will never quite fade into n closely-shutteree Look back more than half of a cen- tury. . The year of grace 1832 is fast draw ing to a close, and the festival of Christ's nativity is almost upon the good New lvnglanders. Clear and cool dawns the morning of December ' 21 the day oi the discovery of the murder of Sara Mariah Cornell, found hanging to a supporting stake of a temporary fence around a mow in a stock yard of John Durfee, a far-mer, in the locality now known as South park, a beautiful playground, and a portion of the border city. Fall River was not so large then as it is now, and the dividing line beand Rhode tween Masssclmsctts Island ran differently. Durfee' s farm was in Rhode Island one half n mile from the Fall River Bridge and of a mile from the State line. Of all the crimes in the late history of New Kngland the killing of Miss Cornell was perhaps themostntrocious, and the subsequent trial of her betrayer and slayer, Rev. Kphriam K. Avery, was certainly fraught with great interest. It was the church against the State for Avery aud the church won was aquitted, despite thegreat amount of almost conclusive evidence of guilt which the state put in. When Durfee found the body hanging, as stated, the knees of the victim were in six inches of the ground, her arms and gloved hands were inside a cloak which enveloped her, and her clothing showed no indicaThe neck tion of a death struggle. was not broken, and the most peculiar and damning evidence of foul play was the knot in the rope around the girl's neck. The knot was what is known as the clove hitch, not a slip noose, and toproducedcath by strangulation both ends of the rope had to be drawn simultaneously, The rope was imbedded in her neck over an inch and the gloves on her one-quart- er hands showed no signs of wear or contact with the rope. Besides this thcie wcie evidence of bruises and injuries on her body that could not have been The first person to identify the victim was the good old Full River doctor, to whom some weeks previous she had explained her condition, ntul to whom also she had confided the name ol her betrayer, Rev. Kphriam K. Avery, a Methodist minister of Bristol, R. I. It was some time before any action was taken to apprehend the guilty one. The homicide had been committed in Rhode Island, so the pcopleol Fall River did not act with the promptitude which would have characterized them had the crime taken place witliinthc limitsof the town. But finally, according to a narrative published in 1833, "the inhabitants of Fall River on the Massachusetts side (where they do business off hand and not quite so clumsily as they do in Rhode Island)," did take action with the final result, after surmounting many legal difficulties, of securing the apprehension of Rev. Kphriam K. Avery in Rindge, N. II., whither he had fled presumably to wait until the affair had blown over. Then came the famous trial nt Newport May 6, 1S33, in which 239 witnesses testified before Justices Kddy, Brayton and Durfee. On Saturday, June the 1st, the ease went to the jury at 7 p. m. and a verdict of "not guilty" was returned at midnight Sunday, after being out seventeen hours. The interests of the State were looked after by Atty. Gen. A. C. Greene, Dtitee J. Fierce and William R. Staples, while the prisoner was defended by Hon Jeremiah Mason, of Newhampshire, who was assisted by five other lawyers of more or less repute. Iawyer Mason's argument occupied eight hours in the delivery and was one of the most remarkable and shrewdest pieces of arguing ever heard in a criminal court. Great exertions were made by the defense to prevent witnesses testifying against the prisoner. A story is told of the sheriff of Newport tunning a nine-mil- e race with a methodist minister to sec who would get to the house of a witness first. The minister proved to be the fleetest on foot, and when the sheriff arrived he found the witness too ill to attend the court. A writer who signs himself Aristi-desand whocompiled the testimony at the conclusion of the trial, comments as follows: "Never was a criminrl trial instituted and carried through in this country in which so much baseness was manifest, so much chicanery practiced, the public, the government, the court and jury so deeply insulted, nor an accused man acquitted with such a chain of circumstances against him. The whole machinery of the methodist church has been brought into operation and made to bear on the hall of justice. Perjury, base and and foul, has been committed on the stand and under the sanction of a religious garb." There is a well authenticated anecdote which has for its foundation a conversation between Daniel Webster and Jeremiah Mason, the counsel for Avery. Mr. Webster and Mr. Mason were great personal friends aud mutual admirers. One day the subject of the famous trial came up in Webster's talk with Mason aud he said: "Now that the trial has gone by let me again congratulate you on the ability you displayed, Mr. Mason; but tell me what you really think was Avery guilty?" "Guilty ns the devil!" replied the New Hampshire lawyer, with a grim smile. Sarah Marian Cornell was born in 1S12 in Rupurt, Vt., and was of a good family. Of Avery little was known of his autecednts except that it was supposed he was the son of a revolutionary soldier. He was firft heard of in Duxbury and then in Scitute, Mass. the local hisIn Fall River torian will show you a tree on the South park which is said to be the exact spot where the girl was found hanging, but the Durfee farm houseis no more. Some time back in the forties, about 1845, the little low cottage house next the Borden estate on Second street was occupied by I.adwick Borden, an uncle of the late Andrew J. Borden, and here it it was about that time that I.adwick Borden's wife, Kliza, in a fit of temporary insanity, drowned her two youngest children in n cis tern and then cut her own throat An older child, a girl, married, aud living in Fall River, escaped from the clutches of the irresponsible woman, or she, too, would have been a victim of her mother's diseased mind. This was the second . of the great crimes, and, while it was horrifying in the extreme, it did not create the sensation which accompanied the murder of Miss Cornell and is almost forgotten by the inhabitants. Indeed, if it had not been brought to mind by the Borden tragedy last August in the next house it would have passed entirely from memory. e, to-dato-da- y to-da- y WONDERFUL. A Yankca Tells of Artroua. "There's hundreds of wonderful things there in Americy that we don't pay no heed to," said n Yankee traveling in DiK'limil. th. r.lrlfl! rrit In pnsumption DiV'tt . CUA vm 't 7t a' it Vv "You mean Niagara falls and the Mammoth cave aud such things" said n We don't count caves ncr waterfalls nor burning mountains nor boiling springs, though we can beat creation in such things. Say, did any of you fellows hear of the petrified forest in Arlzony hundreds of thousands of "PhImwI acres of stone forests?" "And the trees standing?" "The trees standing? Waal, 1 should say so, and not only standing, but all In leaf and some of 'em in blossom, and others again full of uuts and other fruit. All turned into stono, mind you." "Aud I suppose thero wero birds in the trees," sneered one. "Biro's? Yes, sir, 110 end of birds-- nil of tho most beautiful plumage and nil turned into stono. Even tho nests in tho trees und, the eggs in thorn wero petrified in tho most wonderful manner you ever saw. I see some of you fellows doubt mo. Well, all I have to say is that what I am tolling you is true, and I'll bet nny sum on it and tnkoyou there to provo it. I'll tell you what 1 saw last titno I was in the petrified forest. There was a hunter who must havo been in the forest when tho petrifaction took place, for ho was petrified, too, and tUero he stood as straight as you please, with a petrified gnu on Ills shoulder (dm nt a petrified bird. Why, tmrwliolc thing was so natural that you could see the shot and smoko coming out of tho tmizzlo of tho" "I've trot you therel" interrupted the Englishman. "The law of gravitation would havo brought down tho smoke and tho bullets." "So it would," said tho Yankee, "but tho funny thing ulxmt it was that tho law of gravitation was petrified, too, and eo the blamed thing could not work." Yankee Blade. bystander. That dreaded and dreadful disease! I What shall stay its ravages? Tliousaiids Vi 'say ocotts fcnwision ol pure Norwegian t! cod liver oil and hypophosphites of lime has cured us of consumption in its first and soda stages. Have you a cough or cold acute or leading to consumption? Make no delay but take i4 COLLAR',r w a fiisp? us ti )i Mi I BcMt's Emulsion und all Anaemlo and Wasting Dlooosos. Provonts wasting In children, Almont an palatable aa by Teott i. Bowne, CliouiUts, Now York. Bold by all Druggists. Colds, Consumption, Scrofula, euros Coughs, Scott's Emulsion WHSKh nn.l CIiimHnblt--i l cured at humo -- -. .: .. ,1 r ' 1 1 . 111 U. 1 t . " . if. " .. v - j- - - fc .1 las IP7 niltk. tie! only the stenulne. Fre-pnr- All fits stopped fiee by Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. No HLM.V.'ml.l.KY.M.II. .Atlanta, a a, Offlco Wt.'SWhUchnlltit. fits after first day's use. Marvelous cures. Treatise and $2.00 trial bottle lree to Fit case?. Send to Dr. Kline, I.Ot'INVII.I.K.NT. l.OUIS It.lt 931 Arch St., l'hila., Fa. For sale by iniefillj, St, Lui. all druggists; call on yours. 36 ly FITS. N.K.FA1RBANK&C0, Made Only by ST. LOU EG. ienniln, .NOV. 1, u, SCIIl'Ill'M--' IN KfTIMT VKSTIKJU HE! C.A.SNOW&CO. HutaraHfjHHH'BBQ'B No. Ill, 1MI. Nl. Utlly. Lr. Uiuistlllp 'r Point llriUtlfn!tirjE Inltijttnn Hflit'iprt tlofrKirl Owrn-- U ,.. v.lm.ni. ... Bill ,i,m. 7:.1 , 111 11. in. ... v M'7 p. ,n. .. '.i I 11. in. t 117 1. 111. ... H':it a. m. 'J.il p. 111. . No.M, 1UII). 6.2.'. p. in. 31 f j V 1 "ot'y .TE tWH r.t 4iwrv mi -' tesMi TrfAi't' I .V UtliVII Caveats, and Tn.de Murk! obtained, and ll I'll- - J ent business conducted for MootriaTt Ftti. 5 Our orricc is Omositc U. S. patcnt orriet and we can secure patent In leu Uino than those J temple from Washington. Send moilel, drawing or photo., with dcr!p- nun. iv liiTiwi 11 MicmaDi9 or noi. lice oil charge. Our fee not due till patent iiiecured. i mow muDiain raiems, wun A paMPiiiLT, cost ol same In tho U.S. and foreign countries lent free. Address, lo II 11:1 11.1,1. ItllrtCtlllf I.i'lort ... ... ro........, HpottttilU- Ar. lUmlrrvoii ... U'JAn.m. ro.nt p.m. . l.Miip. 111. llilln. m. ... l.ul p. in. VM m ... I :S.' p. . 12 i 11. m la. 111. p. in. I'M" p. in. 11.10 .TrtTOIfij- Yf ..in , , , -- . K.'srnoi' M. .Vi.5J, no.M, Dull. . .. 7 13 T; 17 I I He (lot Annr. you tho man who keeps tho marOPP. PATCNT UrriCC, WASHINGTON, D. C. f riage book?" The voice was sharp and high, and the manner in which the inquiry was delivered caused tho busy clerk in tho de- WHEN YOU GO TO OWENSBORO partment of vital statistics to drop his CAM. ON pen and wheel ubout. Great Scott! What a Mel on benutl- fill woman met his eye. This crcaturo was gaunt and tall. Her long aud bony hands and wrists were strong and dirty, und her ginger huir was wadded 011 her head. Slio looked formidable. "I say, mister, I want to know If you keen them marriage book.i, und bo spry aaaawQavHPKflfKlaHPHaVlaTaauaaE ubout it, 'cause I don't wmitcr waste tin time." Tho creature was the possessor of a PBX?VP'aVav9laaB9aaP fet of uneven, tuskliko teeth, which sho was constantly digging at with her finger whilo talking, nnd when assured Fur the finest mid 1i.jt Atiittla IVork, Ftcdcrira St. h'lucen th.it that was the tilnco to find tho books any i or Hfjf. (im37 3rd and 4th. chctnumblud: "Kin you find out when Ed Galpin was married?" A bcarch brought to light tho fact that 1 such u iersou was married about two weeks previous. & "Umph!" she grunted, "married Lize Waters, didn't lie:" w "Ho did," auswered tho clerk. "Well, I'm Lize," said tho woman, "an I jest dropped in to tell you that he's escaped." New York Mercury. l.. lil'jf .SBS"" ! KfndfTFon ' "Be iHtlrillr Out'ii-'Hiru I.cwhport Hanrf title I'lott'Tport PtplifnK)rt lninuton llmndoiil'iirg Vri-- t I'olnt Kr. . .Nn. ... H ... Oil1! ft. ... 11.11 a. ... UH'l A. ... l'UCa. ... Ilii-Ja.. ) a, in. 3:J-.p.n. in. 3M7 p. in n n. in, I ' p. in, in. 111. Mop m 7 p m CIO p. m p. 111 iip. in I). DlHVIiU, .Manager. City Scales. Wt.ilo woik as cheap us unybody, iiunlity coiifiileieil. Ilepuiring mill epaintiug iloiiepromptly. Uivo us n cull. HUCiGIKS $:if L'l'. Cii1!! 3KT m, in. in. 1.1, 7.i 7.-11S C.Theo.Cain, . p. r- - 111. .. ... llk 1 p. HI, I'1 p. Ill, J.ii.1 ni p. in , " it7 ,lHarl I Timlin No. '.I mill IrilllKtoll(Sllllil.l) tllU', Hirlin.l.ttri' ft tull triii- - ll I... I lr Ut-t.'.1 It. li. rm hii IhiiiiuI. Kur Uiriltrr I'lrurnuuMi. ulln II. t. .Mtilitit'K.lii .. I' r l m.u i,u,mi !."! ifi' . '" W V I A. J. SLATON, M. P., rhysician & Surgeon. i, &m Cj&.TL2Lm ON F'.nnorlj m MiIImou.I, mix '.'...I.-si 1.1' li Olil.iflerHli'- - nr,r,'Miiiii 1i.11 r. m . ilriynou sn.t tdiKintn.iriir .en iil,, m ... (tli.. Iir lU.I-- n I (JouuiM-rcin- ! ark rHeitler. W. CENTKAI. CITV, KY. R. R. PAXOM, PK3Pi,IT0R. Has juut been repaired and newly clo-- e i Tl.kifFkl9rnk ?ic.ue. In ll.tUVUVNES-H- Is Biggs . she well informed? informed? Sho works on tho private bouso circuit in a telephone exchange. Troy Times. t'p. That's rather a pretty girl. Wuy BosWcll E'erj Stjle and tin, ear Old Pictures Copied ami Enlarged A SPECIALTY. 1034. Main Street. S7niG 0 li XXSBOJW, KY . or 111.' I.Utl'S It 1IAUIT Ciirriliit llimiplii Trnli It) niliiilnlstcrliiK I)p. UuliifM (inlilen NpfHlle. It can lo cItcii inn;li4iir leer nciip oft'oilei or in loxl, uitlimit tin lilinviludo of tin' nrlrii, . It - Alulutf Ij h irin!i'j, mid ill nil" I a perminent an. Piiot'iljrriire. niiitlier tlio pi. tui.t Ik is inoderiTute drinker or fin iik'ultollcttrrvl. It hi lieen Kiren inu tliiiitMml wm, aud In prfit oure In, follnwe.1- - It nofir nil". TI10 Mutrm oikc iinpri;ntttsl with the pcclri.', it l.oine nn utti-- iiiiMilnlity for thr Cnrri-llqiiorapwtlte to n-- . fiiimtnil. 4S Ad.lro-t- t '0OI,I). pigelioul: ol p.irllculir-lru- ', K.NNIT.firiC' CO. ISillAt'i: Strict f'mcin. ulit-iit- furiiMietl. Located Good meals in it a trial. Dojmt. Givn ix& 'j- - . m ?& Nc-wspap- Time to Count the Coat. Gladys Isn't it odd that tho honeymoon should last but a month? Rich Not so very odd. Bills are sent out on tho 1st, you know. Yogi e. Not lit It. Arthur Has Mus Screecher given up the idea of marrying? Fred I suppo&o so. She has left the church choir. Truth. Yoiiv Favorite Uonic AND The Leading RejjubHcan Family Paper of the United States, For on It m;rvi:KS $..?o, Cash hi. 1S93. Gives nil the news nf'Town, County nnd State, ami hs much National WITH The Prohibitionists of Ohio county luitl.Olnu, rcsn any other pii-!- i of ituclnNi. Your home would he incomplete withPULLMAN BUFFET Sleeping Cer$ are hereby called to meet in convenout it. tion at Hartford, July 25, at 10 a. 111. KltOM AND TO livery Prohibitionist is earnestly zz:s cjirvrszzs aa.s. c-r.- r, .oi'iKVii.i.i:,.rit:4i,iiiN,vi('KMii'it o II 'll IMM'I'.niii! .m:v )ui,i:a.t, to be present, ns this will be Hclontfioallj trcitiil liy.ni imri-- t of ni.il rutin ly rt'pututlbu, UenriiPi rniritol lu McinplilN, Is n .National Paper, and gives nil the general news of the U. S. an interesting gathering, it being the ciirnl, nrfromiitndii Maudlin;, nlli r till nnd the world. It give the events of foreign lands in n nutshell. first convention of the kind ever held other lrpiiliiicntliatii Uilod, lloirlli. Uilficull) The Quick and Desirable It has Route ceparate Ixrracheilund the niu-- i niiiot, J, lull) I'Sphiliicil departments I'm Tho Family Circle, and our Young Folks. in Ohio county. Its iui.ircul.irH,Hiih nnidtiv,l anl tctfinoiiiala ol TO AND I'OM Home nnd Society colunis command the admiration of wives and daughters. A candidate for the Legislature is cure, from prominent poilc nullnl free, IliiUlinnru to be nominated, which in itself tC ly DR. A. I'O.M'AIM:. Tm.01111 lVuli. New York riilltuli'lphiit Old 1'iilnt lYinlurt Its general political iiowh, editorials and discucsioni nro comprehensive, WHuliiinjlon Norfolk Klctitiiiinil lluUnlo Cli'Vol'ini! should insure great interest among brilliant ami exhaustive. lift Agricultural department has no superior in Tolnlo UhiiiiKu liiilluiinpiilis the Prohibitionists of the county, be the country. Its Market i;incinnnti l.nttUvilln IIVflSTpPPEOFREE Cnstorn and Northeastern Points Ian I. A .Special Contract Reporting recognized authority in all p.irtsof the sides other important business will enables us to oiler this splendid Journal and The nil Mcmplilif Viekstiurt; lUtiin Itmiga be transacted. BDMUINE'SOUEAT Republican for one car Orli-HiMobile l.ittlo ltock Mot New In the meantime, I will address the Springs Mtid poliiti In West Tnnimj-- 9 tura jr Mt Jrirt.tm. t.r. . .j:Z. .. citizens of Ohio county at the follow0:13.137-t,Ti,ii,.i.w:.V.VV"fV'yi. ChrftTlftO. Ni t.tt ftt co Textis Alkmiiiin .MijUiiiil . Fit naf ritts llutruvin-,.,.,1... - " ting places: Select, July 10 CromN. Y. Tribune, regular priro per year " "'"','i'""'""Kiwi,J,' wncii I.ouisitum ntl tl u Suutli hihI tmemltm f Ksirl nanaa r m...t 81.00 well, July 11. Beaver Dam, July 12. Ilarlford Republican " " " riOUTHWS.ST. 1,05 McHcnry, July 13. Rockport, July 14. Tliii lit o li thoroughly (ijtiiiipj and In Total 82.2.1. Centertown, July 15. Green River I. P Dahhibd, 1'rpnt. ,ln. 11. Cnshler Urst'Cltue condition, mm J iiriivicleisari uxccl-len- t Union Church, July 17. Buford, July ttrrHngcinerit in tliiioittiil tlirininl. on 18. Fords ville, July 19. Rosine, July A fKATUKK is tllOtilllU Hllll CdllVeilillIKU Oi the Condition of tho ii'curcJ by tlio Limited KxprrM Trains, 20. Speaking beginning at 8 o'clock Subscription may hnjrin nt nny timo. Only a moiit'i ridk lietwion hotiUvlllu p. 111. Address nil orders to mi J Mumplill, iimI tliu test in id iilrlil icrvico bctwcoti tlio twritlciniv3roirorod. Oirpil Willi Tluktta, Tlinn.Tiililrn nnt nil ilolrniliurnriiM-lio- n Mr. Jordan Baker, Tifton, Ga., had DM'iiril liy hi1) Iiik t J. ll.Tlrliouiir tltcnl nt Item i'i4 liiiiii.oi' muscular rheumatism for ten years. Ilarlford, Kentucky. Kt, After using half a bottle of Dmin-mond- 's TiS.Lj&ch, Ges'lPuitArtuLGiitrille. .w-nwMif Lightning remedy for rheuij romiVMmimmmmmimmtu: . At theClose - of --Business matism, he wiote to the manufacDecember 31,1802. turers that he was satisfied that he would be cured by the time the botRESOURCES. tle was used up. II ou want satisNotes and Bills 802,723.49 faction, insist on having Drtnuiiiond's Real Estate 3,000,00 Lightning Remedy. Nothing can Furnitiiro and Fixtures,. 1,500.00 ditake its place. Of Druggists or Cash on Ilaiiu und ui other rect, with lull particulars, from Dnn-moiiRanks 20,031.22 0 Maiden Medicine Co,, Lane, New York. Agents wanted. i)3,2f)l.71 urlil-ld- Prohibition Contention. Akkloii, Kv.,June 29, LOUSVILLE and EfiPiilS. THE REPUBLICAN ew York Weekly Tribune, -- . s For $1.35 3pr year. t . STATEMENT nar, We furnish both Papers one year for $1.25, ' Baaver Dam mil-lliitll-c. DEPOSIT BANK IIAiiTPOKl) UKPUULiCAN, ..,.... -- 'M&L5M - m a&.'UAm.a<JaJi'jia 48-5- r rcouRSK by mail with (ILL Tho Leavenworth LIABILITIES. Capital Stock Reserve Surplus Fund Uuo other Ranks Deposits 825,000.00 1,293.14 0,250.00 402.93 11,.'J08.M NUBS COLLIE. To advertise our College we will give a thorough course of instruction Book- in Double and Single Kntry keeping and Commercial Arithmetic Ignorance of the merits of De Witt's Little Karly Risers is a misfortune. These little pills regulate the liver, cure headache, dyspepsia, bad breath, constipation and hilliousncss. I,, n. Beak. by mail FRKK OF CHARGK to a limited sons. number of persons. This les- course will be completed in forty No charge for Diplomas. Address, PROF. F. J. VANDKRBRRG, Pre.s't, Lane's medicines move the bowels 302, 304 and 306 Delaware St. , very day. In order to be healthy Leavenworth, Kansas. this is necessary. 893,254.71 Subscribed and sworn to before, mo this January 3d, 1893, Siii'miy Taylor, D. C. O. C. In submitting ths wc beg to stuto thnt our business hn steadily grown each month sinco our oponinir, and ,by tho most cnrel'ul.wntchfiiliicss and a strict oDsurvunco oiiiie principles ot the most coiiEciyotivo Ranking, we hope not only to extend nur acquaint ance, but to prove ourselves worthy tho confidence that is being so liberally reposed in us. We are hero to accommodate tho peoplo, each and every business, courtesy shall be extended to theirt, but in no cuso phall safety be sacrificed for friendship or to obtain bus-neJohn H.BaRHEs, Cashier. ; - fv 41. -- ragt. ' ZJzS rrv - 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 reasRespectfully, onable, and we guarantee satisfaction. F. A. AMES Owensboro, Ky. & CO. n v. St. i f .,-- ,"; X. - i r. --j. r....,,. A, " i '..