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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1893 hao1893072801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1893 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 .-3 1 TllO llKPUJJLIOAN and tho Cosmopoli2.00. tan, a loading magazine, for only JO, 5, ROGERS, The BILL NYE'S VISITOR. WILLIAM WRITES FEELINGLY OF A MERRY LITTLE MOUNTAIN MAID. Haktidp Republican. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN THE The UI'Jpuhlican and Courier-Journa- l both ono year for only $1.75. TEM.3-.- I..5 Publisher. FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, Pir Annum, In Ainui, VOL. V, Altowvu'thaham-mt- r HARTFOBD, KY.FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1893. on tho thumb, cnishct It and tho null turns Mnck Mitfeotncnoll Tho thumb (molls and Is lioultlccd and NO. 52. -- r J tho man "lays up." Now look at another case. I I .lT" Tho thumb wn smashed just tha I I ihi Mimo Imtthomnn I wMnotlnldtipan ' I noun no iiml a boltlu of Dr. Fenncr's UnMcn Relict. Ho poured sonio into a cup and dipped his thumb in It M noon ns hurt. It I. now covered with ti thin plcco of cloth and Iccpt wet with tho Kolief. IIo work as usual. It is not soro though yot raw. It hus not swelled. No matter vWH form. IIo will work with it right alono; and la a day or two tn 111 bo well. Inllammo-tio- n cannot exist whero it is applied, any moro than tlio morning- duw. can continue under tho bright tun rayi. Uiscd externally and internally and cures colic, summer complaint, flux, dypep-Metc., etc, also 5 drops on a small lump of sugar once in two hours eures soro throat and consumption. In fact it cures any ltea$ that has Inflammation iu it. Ono tablespoon fill doRo cures La Grippe. Jfrttr disappoint), fiafo and certain, .Money refunded If snlif notion not given Tuko a bottla homo 1 i lid Talk. 'L. 1 - Anuns l'obTornci:, July, J It is now that ovcrythiiiK is in full Icai in this country. A young woman n ttiflo over 7 feet liiidi comes to my slosh on tho French Hroad mid tsclls mo berries. Onco my wlfo win nwny, nnd I did not know how wo wcro fixed for berries. Hurries, both blnclc mid utraw mid rut. aru sold hero ut 5 cents tier Ijiir A rjuart und hulled ready for tho tnblo it that. TUuy nro good all wiiiiincr. Ciinllilriillully In Mr. Thurbcr. Letter 1'riini SUIreli.jcnr-nli- l Who Hell licit niiAiitiiKntplidiiiJ ligation lift lie Verb "Done." (Copyright, l1 W IMsir V. Njc) Jiuck Siioai. N. C 11 n, r. ONE DOLLAR EVERY HOUR n.lly r.irm-'- l hyaumne nf ellhcr MX In any fin l nllllni; tun ml. IiuIim. I urt nf iln country c fnrnl'h. IrloiMly ut I Ik' emplui limit Mhlili i lie labor I. light nii'l plr.iMiit, mid mi run no Weill i on nut ctiipIeU',ft(i that ll.k whatever. you run glio the biiiimM n without i xpenie tiMoiirxIf. Knrtlnic wlllliiglo dun Utile nork, thli I. Hip grunJeat inter wade, inn rnn Murk alliluv, or In thui teulng unit. If )m "ri- - "' ploird, mid haven fet .pui' Iiuiim nt J nur ill., po.al, iitlllc lliem, km. I ail I lit jnlir liicniiii', tr hiidneM ulll tint Inti rfr rt ut all. Ynuwlll be minimi mi tin I u r t hi tni iMtllv nml tit which )imi iiiimx il'illm n, j'nl illir.ilu) Inuml I ty nut. I!wu vvglniier im mi lul lium the ,irt honr. Apv one cm run the inntiii n iinni .In- - until 'nil. Vou "li'iiil'l Jn tini' if yoiirlt wlnt oj mil "In .it tin' 1. Wiunfti nri r'll'Ji uu iiuir. Ni riittHiil il-; Kriirt, MurUi-riumvuiuj. Ilir iiihUi' in iniicli It t o ,lii) hnitl trv th,. I i. rtufi nM ipttil to tit in Wi1" n iiihi himI ip tor . AiMrci II. II l.l I'l .v 'l llMllll. Mc Illi l tril Kill! PAT DOWN, ire ill ii liilnri ..iritr .t 5 JCaeaw,anilTniiIf-Mprkolitainc- XSMtd!SMSd l cr.tbumciconJui.tC'f rMootnTt Fctt. 'Our Of net it OposrrtU. s.PTtNTOrriet' Jindwc.a.. MiiiiennicnilalcMUuie ttiaiilbuscj Jicmrlcliom W .ilun- -i m. t llh i Senj fnoJrt. rtniRff r tiotOk,orw nut,decrlp-- J of if c lice J aitrKe. ratentali'.e f)ur fee not riua tilt tMlentllsccurrJ. s to Obtiin i'ltcnU," - Hit . A PaurniiT. "I '"-.Icost 01 aatue in me u.a. unit lorc.Kucouainca t tent free. .ililieii. tlon. Schir.A. andall I'at.J ' t t A OPP PATtNTOrWCC. RWrtUlPA i WAMHCT01, D. C. WHEN YOU GO TO CVLbO.N GWE SBORO C.Theo.Cain, For the finftt and Mod Artistic Work, St. Hueni auy ize or Ujle. iirdandUh. i37 . 3i$ FJ.l'JJ f V aPftl I f ZtC.TCiCslJi.CouRhijSoraThroitrreap.Iafiu Coub. Bronchitii t, Vhooplcff AB r..Aliai.lUll III and Aitbma. A..BA H... mt MAA VWU.UIHUHIIH .11 ill,, ll.,l, .11. nr(.lI IU- I- IUI aJTanccd i'j.-- ullef in itifta. Ui. at onc. Vvi IU l tb. excellent tfrct after takiiur tha r- -t Sold'tr itealerl e.Jtywhere, largt Ulllti to eeaU anXJl.OO. if. nf it horn) with u Minbuuuit on, 1 said to myself: "Sh.ill I buy Uieo lienies and let her go homo or wait till my wife converging and roiuesaud dUcoveis then leiuafus foiuur tiuliappj? Shall break up our happy homo or not?" Shu Incited hungry too. Klui was. I would say that, legarding her from a Sciipttiral standpoint, she was without form and void. Tho red bugs seemed to iinnoy her a good deal on tlio ankles. That is how 1 catuo to learn that her calves weiu on tlio front hide. Kho reminded mo of a Staten Island ferryboat J on couldn't always tell whether It was going over to Stateu Island or returning. She was it nicrry little mountain maid. I think they rail hcrabout hero Splayfoot Sal, lint it may bo another girl who gathers liernes and has that name. I am not sure. Sho is the Tarheel Sequoia of Ticktown. It would do you good to sco her guileless ways. Sotno day sho will marry a low set man with 1 dogs, and they will live on wild cucumber nnd blachlierrics and rear their young, and they will novcr laugh, and ho will never get asphyxiated unless some neighbor in tho feud IiuMiicjs asphyxiates him with a doublo barrel shotgun, nnd their lives will bo ns oven and as devoid of incident as they would bo in tlio penitentiary. Yet they will bo content. Xover liav-iu- g seen Tiffany's store, they will not yearn for uuy of his goods. Never having boarded nt Delmoulco's, they will actually prefer bacon and corn bread or hominy. Two friends of Splayfoot Sal went Into Ashovillo to work at Oakland heights. They did well for n month. Then they ciiino to Miss Vatighan and said they guessed they'd hnvo to quit. "Wlmt's tho matter?" ns!:ed Miss V.-"Well, wo can't live on this hero truck you give us to eat." "Why, don't you get tho wnno that wo all do? What do you havo to eat?" "Why, wo get beefsteak nnd white Hour bread nnd veal and lamb meat and kulckknacks. Them donit sustain folks. They just tantalizo Yin." "What do you want?" "Why, bacon nnd corn bread. There's Bomothin to hit, but wo can't work hero week after week on goodies. Wo want somethiii that won't 'vanish ifself away in a hour or two." Ono old lady took n bito ut tho satuo place ono day, beii.g n sort of pensioner Miss on tho bounty of the proprietress. V.gavo her soinu vanilla icecream. Tho old lady kept talking and running on about times and how hard they seemed. Then ufter swinging her kulfo aimlessly around und standing it up on tho tnblo awhilo bIio swooped down on tho vanilht ico cream nnd spread sonio of it on her bread, talked somu more, uto sotno moro and then burst out with: "Gosh, Emilie, how cold ytr butter 1 1 "Sit down on the porch, IMrilie," I said, "and conere." She sat down, but still remained taller than I was. I never saw n longer waisted j)eron or ono who was so uniformly of ono slzo all tho way down, us my friend Comstoclc says not Anthony, but another man altogether. Sliu had u chest lilco it grasshopper, and us nho sat there with her long. Kid face, reminding niu I I ! The schoolhousc flea is an "lnsti-tion.- " I.ikctfeatli, and unlike other fleas, he hath pfl,s.asons for his own. lichtayetli wltlviis eleven months in the year niul lofshketli us not in the pf ' tweltli. He sttefceth to us with tlic devotion of n teacher to n newly-ckc-tetrustee, and'cnuvleth into scams and folds where"" other insects dare not creep. everywhere, . i He is:...i:.. t..n.. jointly ami scv-i,. ..ii....,:..t ' ",u'vmu " Iftliou walkcth througli iiitlioThlilyilftliMassachusettsReportsMiH'iiii'iiously. in Iiiughnm versus Iiiugham, pago 20. the yard he is tliotc and hoppcth up- viz, ii.... correspondence ....M..hh4.i to on thee; if thou sitttst upon huvo been carried oil by means of postal cards is not admissible as evidence, tho less bench lie as theie avaiting thy court having dismisMHl tho case with coming if thou crawleth into the costs becaaso tho evidence hung upon loft he fjrecteth tlce there trc thou matter written on n jiostnl card. Hcttcth through the scuttle hole; if IIo reminds mo of you, Thurbcr, in tho way ho reprimands his superiors and thou cmwlcth under the bench, think trlil . Irriiiniiioilil, not, 01 v.iiu man, for theie he feiiubs them and sauces them by iiost.il card for laxness iu sending two autoand thou shalt not escajie After years of patient study and ex thee graphs nt once ono for himself, I pro- -' him, for there he covcrclh tlicc even periment has given to the world " j cigars: sumo, and one for tho preparation which is an absolute cure as dust covereththc street of the counMemiosu, ,Mn.., April 27. for every form of Rheumatism. Ask Doit .Mil. Nye I MMit Iu juu iilttkron tho try town. Si ilny nf February nsklntf for two of jour He wandercth up and down seek- - yuir druggist for it, and do not take autniirnpli.. 1 Inclosed Now. I ilutttit M.o why I liao not rccclu-i-l a reply. Is np a victim and fllldc'tll hint When any thing else, for nothing else is as It Ijm fi Ilmi ..ill il til nt Miimll'n ii tf In I trtnl.f.alt If your druggist has not got IjccftUto jo;i (iie.ns I hnvo heard UtiietoMi tllOU WOllltlst Study thy leiSOU he Uie- - good. nltiiaii iiumorl.t.u.illiliito oblto mo. or nnclcrclh up and ilown thy backbone it, write to the Druuunond Medicine mv t. It fur Mtnui nthrr rroRiin? Priiv 0 Maiden Line, New York, twunutoemphs. ' even as n father paceth ' tile Iloor nt Co., inlml by rcpltnir nml 1 nm n boy IU iunrsof niiouml iro to tlio hlxli send you full puticulars, midnight with his sleepless offspring1. Al.l.C'K I. school. Your, truly, ol the wonderful You do wrong, in tho first place, in When the dude striketh an attitude and testimonials signing yourself Aleck I, or Smart Aleck the'flea makcth for him. and torment-el- h cures, together with special instrucI. Aleck MDCCCXC1II would bo moro him till he reali'cth that all is tions. Agents wanted. appropriate, lor I havo other such postal vanity and vexation of spirit. cauls. All the talk in the world will not Sometimes the flea playeth :i prank Dut I will not try to bravo it out, convince you so quickly ns one trial Aleck. I alone nm to blame. It is bet- upon thee. He pieteudeth to be ter to expose myself in tho paper and let in the fiber of the nether gar- of I)e Witt's Witch Hael Salve for tho whole world know what u wretch I ments and kttcth thee catch him. scalds, bums, bruises, skin affection am. I.. II. 1Ii:an. Alec!:, I was unworthy of your trust. Thou takcttt hint betwixt the lituer and piles. I used tlio stamp you sent me. I and thtiuib.ridcriishetlt him in pieces Kims III In lil HiirllnrilV it. I wrote to my grandmother but when thou loosct'.t liitn he p;ath-ertllAKUOL'HSVIM.Ii Ol'TJ.OOK. iu Wisconsin and put that stamp on tho himself tojjelhcr and ,skippeth There has bten considerable com. letter. You know how times have been nw'ay unhurt to some Qlhcr part ol plaint made with reference to the since. I rould not write to ou and'tell you thv nn.itoiuv T.icji tho'u tmotcth, sanitary condition of Darboursville, what I had done. I was unable to right ' . ...... ......p,.. i... to sight, to mctuor, and yet it does not seem to have tho great wrong or even confess it to you. j ' School hoy tltnt is born oi a much effect upon tho.--e in authority ILive pity o:i me, Aleck I, aged 10 have i t'L';ar woman is of few days and full of (leas. Our streets arc in n miserable condi pity and let it go, YouFpeak hnishlyof humorists. That tion anil the general filthy state of does no t concern mc. Yotir cold stabs I'iiv" Hie l.ltllt- - Hills. the town would be discreditable to per pottnl card fall harmlessly on my ll.M.I.TIMOKI? SUN. any place which claims to have the inassio skull. When you revilo tho effective way to iclieve A most fiirnirr. I writhe and squirm, but your least pieteiitions to cleanliness and i tr trinli lilnnev riiiriiir.N1 5ri.' ..Mi-attacks on tho humorist do me good. ' ,,tw"c' We have luvs governing Hop on 'em, Aleck! They deserve it. in eircuU.o.i the pavme it of the ., j municipalities and we luvve officers They would bo improved by it. Write "little bills." To nav as u 'j them on tho back of a postal card freelected to enforce them and they -- ine jiersint are should endeavor quently. Dut go easy on us farmers. is the best, Jjiit to keep our town in You can havo no idea, Aleck, what n occ.1siot1.1lly co.:ip!le by ciKuuustan .1 better condition. Our honorable slit lukage there has been iu values. It ces o ask lor credit.. It is wi.-.to applies to everything. A week ago I had pay bills at short intervals. I01 many Major and Board of Councilinen ate Yesterday a World's fair watermelon! The crc-- top in iv hive a excellent gentlemen, a id we have the I went down to gloat over it. It. had reasons. highest respect for them ns such, but slu link to a little dead melon that had great many small. bills ou'.st.indiug, thej seem to have forgottou that they been tapped twice! ai'd may be scriotislvginjrr.issed by Do not writo mo any more, however," Tho Ibifger 11 bill re- have a public trust, and that they are Abtk. I do not build up n correspondicsponstble for any deficiencies. ence generally with thoso who write mo mains un iaid the harder it is to pay. There are euutueiable reasons for the To the man on receipt of an income for two autogrnplis. Thero is another reason why iu later which is no more than his uccssarv better government of our municipal years I havo neglected my nntogra'ph expenses tcqtilre, il may be easy to affairs and it is to be hoped that our friends, nml I nm sorry nnd ashamed to town authorities will look at the conalndmit it heroin public, but the consump- pay a small bill, but it he dition of things in their true light tive young man who did my best auto- lows it to go unpaid other bills may do .something. graph fact similars is dead. be added to it and the aggregate and will be a asrious burden. One word describes it "perfection." A fails to pay what he ov.es H and We refer to He Witt's Witch Hazel the latter is theieby unable to pay Salve, which cures obstinate sores, the debt lie o.ves to C and to on By burns, skin diseases and is a well prompt payments a small sum of known cine for piles. L. B. IlHAX. money can be made to cancel a large Oii1. l.lieMcil Willltl'tl. sum of indebtedness. A $10 bill, by i:XC!!AN(,i;. passing from hind to hand, probably "It takes live men to make .1 town. pays depts amounting to $160 often inside a week. The most frequent Dead men are only fit to inhabit excuse heard iof the nou payment of cemeteries. If they arc really decidbills by poisons who ate asked to edly dead all over, we tenderly lay make payment is thai they c'.tn collect thciu away iu tlic sleep ol the tomb; no money. In mot instances this if they are dead to all enterprise and excuse is probably an honest one, spirit, outside the narrow . lines of and a lillle reflection vill convince their ownselfishinterestsandyct perany man ol thus keeping money iu sist in walking around, moving their in: iihad all Tiuyr. circulation. The 1st ol July being calloused hearts nnd conscience where I used to practico for days trying to do real business is wanted to push and it as well as ho did, but never could get the beginning of a new half n year is thiob with vigor, they are only like 1 a good time to balance books and it quite so accurato us ho could. drone bees, in the way until they me brought him hero hoping that his lungs stnrt fresh. stung to death and dragged outside of vcould heal and health return, but ho exposed himself too much. Ilonttended to the hive of legitimate industry. iinhirh suffer iri:.'i'iiin.i. all my correspondence, read till the apTwelve really live men are worth n. y. rosT, pealing, begging letters I received, letWell babies and sick babies, oung more to a town generally than a ters asking mo to lecture to a penitentiary or to open an us hint with a few babies and babies ol high nnd low tie- -' round thousand of such useless ma ch.irarteii.stie remarks, assuring niu that gree, babies fed on the bottle and terial that lays around like rubbish I would bo blessed fourfold, when tho fed naturally, may have water iu a nibiug stieiim that is aching and writers had no authority to make such babies premises, having no iiitluenco whatever. to drink if they want it. The water foaming to run mills mid factories. Well, ho lead all theso letters ns they should be boiled and covered, not Live tneu bless and dead men curse a camo and overwept himself and cried very cold, even waun if they prefer it town." tl one-hal- novcr heard of? That tliuy study ana work to get oven nil opportunity to appear on tho stage, think a thought and retire? Do you consider tho fact that they fail evcu in that? Why should yon and I try, Thurbcr, try to bo gront bttirs and bo well fixed, when tho nearest fixed star Is ho far away that it takes thrto jvilio for its light to ic.ich us, ni.d ho is not so very well fixed either? Wo hhotild not ovcrcstiinato ourselves, Wo should bo modest. Look Tlujrber. nt tho pictures- - iiindo to represent mo. Would you stmifl that, Thurber? No, indeedyl .. -- li.. i I.. - uuy tr niu inTu ! ii t. miu wiiica ...A uu i. postal card, notwithstanding tho ruling Kl'lKIOI TnikuOut NC,JUJ r ,,,, r,r- -- Tint I - tUJCUIANOi:. "a"' '' . "y '' .... way-layc- This is the opinion of a successful medicine man. under whose treatment have conic hundreds of babies. ''So thoroughly," says this authority, have I become convinced of the great benefit derived from xivitiff water to siqk babies that I order it in nearly every case witli fever, and it is as-- ) tonishing- to sec how the restlessness and many of the syptotns we arc apt to attribute to the pain- - nnd fever disappear when it is freely given. f to "lly freely I mean front two ounces immediately alter or between the feedings. If given immediately after the feeding', n small quantity will of cour.so be required. Time nml again I have infants with measles, scarlet fever or pneumonia, afler u period of gieat restlessness, full into a quiet sleep when a couple of ounces of cool water had been given." - ho. A I'NAI.M OF AIVt:ilTIMI.'4.. I'KINTISlVS INK. i Tell mc not in a snecriiiu; nianucr dvcrtising docs not ti.iv. Uich are they who fling their banner lloldest to the world Advertising done in earnest, Done with wisdom, heart and soul, With determination sternest, Always wins the wished-fo- r goal. Lives of ninny We to great If the tending Advertising men remind us, success can climb, public find us all the time. PROFESSIONAL CARD. J". ATTOIINKV AT LAW, HARTFORD, - - KENTUCKY. Edwin Eowe i, O-loni- i J.t. otrss. &z (Olfiee, ' Xisi,vyciiii HARTFORD, KY. "TecidirLg--, g. a. Minium,, spoen attenlion xnen to criminal practieo and collection?. Tnily oter Andernon'a Hamar.) Will praellcn their profusion In nllitliB courts o Ohio nml n.ljrtlftiiijj counties, nnd court or A ppeals Advertising with pctsistcnt IJnergy to spread our fanib, lCver honest nnd consistent In performing what we claim. In the world's coiniiiLrcTal battle, In the rivalry of trade We must hustle, shout and rattle, I;re impression can be made. Not enjoyment rather sorrow Is the cctlaiti end of those Who are npt to let Like unheeded close. Careless of their advertising, Which, if penned in common sense, Is the method enterprising That insures full recompense. Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. attention lren to collecllona. Odico north ante public aipiare. Will practice U'n profi sn'ion In Ohio and adjola Ing counties, and the court of Appeal.. Speoia ?8 Tljr 'ames . Snaitli, , th 111-- K. II. f.UFKV. a-iAff- 6z Eing-o- , It. I). HINOO. I Attorneys at Law. Will practice In nil cnipts of Ohio and adjoining coiintlia, and In Hupi rior Court nnd Court of Ap" ileal.. Colleetlona nnd all len.il bu.iness attended lo. Oflke, No.HM E. Market .tllartlord, Ky. ( .l.S-5- ll If you can afford to be annoyed by sick headache and constipation, don't use I)e Witt's Little Early Risers for hey will cur? them. L. B. Bi'.an'. Coughing leads to Consumption, Kenip'sBalsain stops the cough at once. Women tJnllllilers. Perry Westerfield ATTORNEY AT LAW, I I Attorney at. Law, fas-ten- li .,v,,i, 1 c i t. J$ky 4 -- Lin-ncR- I I Is!" TA8LERSDII C BilCKEYELiU OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. A SURE rrtr.rod hj BiriniiDsot and CERTAIN CURE known for 10 years as tho BEST REMEDY FOR PILES. mpititK-co., st. ions. A Scientific- - American ion iroo iinnanoor ernto lo j or ininrmait'O., nnn lllliiAUWAr, NKIV Vuiur. A MUNN & hilW JfljLmlTRADE DESIGN And yet theso plain people uto as contented ns Thurber of Washington, who is private secretary for Preside Cleveland; Thurber does not greet tho glad morn moro blithely th.n do the-- siiuplo children of tho viles of Pisgah und tho covey clearings nnd hettlemtnt.i of lloan mountain. Of course I do not know Mr. Thurber, butMr. Cleveland lueproiiilsed shall Impe to mo u letter to him. and call his uttetitiou to tin' pure joy that comes not of unlimited powers alone. To him it is pleasant, oi course, to mold an administration or in.iko up an itiner But let us pause, ury for tho president. Thurber, pause to consider that, stirred tip and voxed nml worried over holding up ono sldo of tho great national fabric as you nro, especially when tho president is out of town, wo nro O.,rj00,000 miles from tho sun, and wo only get one of hia solar heat. Other worliU get tho balance. ,, Think of that, Thurber, when you put on your black c.unbric sleeves and reign. I could Itiiagino Robert Drowning calling for you if ho wero nero and wailing out in tho front entry (jnito a long time while you quarreled with tho cabinet or o 1 into his overshoes it good deal and forgot to chango his socks, nnd so ho died. In nuswer to a northern friend I give below tlio conjugation of tho verb "done." It is from advanced sheets of rt ant now workinjj new grammar which ' on: 1 (Oltlco in C'ronder IlulldinK.) f.xciianc.i:. ,wlll predion his profession eourla ef In the summer season the woman Ohio and adlolnloK countlea. In all the Notitry AUo TinsafJ gambler comes prominently tothefore I'nlillc though she is almost as great an element in society during thewintcr,but . 2s.Lm Xj. KCoa-vTTirthe world at large does not have n chance to tcgard her until sheappears ATTORNEY AT LAW, at the race track iu the full clorv ol Sl)mt M,llllIler fiIR,,y ami t.a,eriy fc. Will practieehls profession In nil ol verish to back her favorite horse or Ohio and adjoining eouutles, nnd In the Courla of tho Courl Appeal. Special attention siren to collection. jockey, as the case may be. OIHce, over Williams, Hell A Co's drugstore. The experienced race-goe- r is more calm, but even she is not as stoical as the masculine better. Women seldom, if ever, enter the betting ring, but transact their business through messenger boys if they are thoroughly seasoned habitues of the races, or entrust their money to their escorts il they are less used to the ways employed at such places. . The woman who bets on the races is generally not averse to taking a hand in a game of poker, or, if her means will permit, dabbling a bit in stocks. The element of chance has a strong fascination for the feminine OFFICE OVER RED FRONT mind and iu a milder form the gambIs prepared to do all kinds of ling fever shows itself iu the eager Dental work at reasonable pricos. quest for bargains that all women so revel in. To see the woman gambler at her best or worst, if that word is more appropriate, you should behold her at Monte Carlo, where she makes no pretense of saying that she plays for amusement. It is downright sober earnest, and many there are d around those tables and wrinkled who began when they were young and by means of some system of playing have managed to eke out Wtt&kM?xK PLEASANT rv.1f3EE a precarious existence that, however, i yjSm&fF fcifJi- has been of such a fluctuating character as to shatter their nerves and THE NEXT MORNING VZ:i. DniQHT AMD age their forms. UN IS tlErTF.fl. nt.ir nu MI tUMI-L'- J ilJ,'i.'?u"' u'. !' c" trcntlr on th atoniaeh, ll.rr A woman's keener emotions make and kkliwa.iidMapiuMiit latatlTi,. 1 uu diluk li jnacta (nun lierb, ana u prciwruJ Iortiwiiai-ir.her a less practical gambler than a tea. ItltcauMl man. To win exhiliarates, while to. ah arucei'ta aeu it at wa and ti coa pncaaic. It lose reduces her to the verge of hysliu terics, and the trembling hands and twitching muscles are the outward symptoms of the excitement reigning within. The woman gambler is not BISTUgtiLITT. beautiful in whatever guise you meet boh ix qtiiTirr. her! and sooner or later the ruling passion gives to her features the greedy, crafty look of the miser, and the womanly element is forever obliterated from character and counteCREAM nance once she give in to the witch.schemes that promise much eries of for little. L, Hartford. Ky, II. g- WSPSI mmf 1 DENT ST. gray-haire- 'i gssraravcJ "l M 3 ly i ItAHFSKEDIGmE C WORMS! WHITE'S FOR 20 YEARS EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. VERMIFUGE SOLD EVEHYWIIERE. Tnruii tf UICIIARDSOS MKDICIXI CO., ST. WHS. asaasfgatrcjcwigaga: Has ted all Worm Remedies. nUIYlClVinCn and invito tho most carutul iiivcdttKuUon us to our responsibility r.ud tho merits of our Tablets. rf". ' CONJI'IUTION Ol'TIIE Vl.llll IlOMl IMETTl.Nsr. Miuculnr- -I diniult. --You dono It, Iloorhho ' dime It. Still MomSliiBillnr- -l iloiiw done It. Thou or M. Iiimuimi 1, c .itiM.iitm OUR 1 im HS23 11 ) MIlUIUflUMtMMMMr.MJUIMIHUUIMMlU.UMMnUMMnHMMMMMaa. T(?e. juu ilunorliiiio It. IIo dono done It. I'luiul- - VWiilonolt. Vimdonolt. Tlicydoiio It. J Htlll .Moro Plural Wo demo done It, done dune It Tiny diiniiilniu'lt. I donoitoi.uilonolt. Thou or ron cMiitrulir d mo -- .io doao It. Ho dim ' ii:io dono il. Pltu.il Wo dono cono dono It. You ilmi" Bono dono It. 'I hey dono koiio dbno It. ntiou i'ACTTrr.sr. ivssiiii.uriiitui iwsnr.Nsuos'vr.uuiKiNi:. lilnsuhir I nl :ht, i ould, would cr Uinu'd of dono'lt. Thou or ou iilt,'ht, tould, would or thru'Miif ilul.o It. Ho tnli;lil,tt.uId,voulilor iliuuMol dnnoil. (ould, Would orehouldof dono It. 'You nitsht, could, ould or sluiuhl t f dono It. They mlislit. rould. would urihould ofdoftall. Ait paht Tr.NHii op vnnu noNn. could, would or should nf pluiiibdmio ynnonnJ dono It. Thouor juu Jest tnli'lit.rnuld, would or should of Jest plumb I'iui.il-V.'oinh- tlit, filnrCiilur-iLinlihl, rJ3 BROHKuilhMo i,K.Btr.S-ff,,aVrlta- Ui MrfMHE HAblT tior'itlri I, Lvihtittsuoronr SPCI.'.l. I CRML'LA iOLD CUKH TABLETS, liirl'"'rjlr t'uici.l pitloiitsniorlliiwcil tho frro uso pf 1 iquor or Jlor- inline) mini sneut'iuc njiuoy iiuiitiiiuiii.iriiy pivo riiop, up. Uorenu p"irtkti!iun'inr .uiiplilitont'atliiioululsfrcu.iuiU shall no';i'iii lupucii (uiiort'is 110m niiym iikui minis in cniiiiuutuutv , w uy p"r?o-.i!1 iipuui Perfectly Intriiifrom !Pi .i.,u. urn yi.irr 1111111111,1111. 11 rciMouwiuiotil too kiiuw ! si t'liKtiot tlio luUKui.w no win Nuiumnruy stop auiokliiitprciiiiwlnfr In row iluya. 311 11 Doable Chloride of Tablets .Itnmlnys. Will complctelyilostroytlioiIrflrolnrTOIlACCOlii Gold - Quarterly FJegister of . COc Single Coplea, PerTear, . . JluunJ VoIumeJ, l,f,o lt.00 -- I FEW Testimonials T 00 IryoiiMtTiiKKHi does not keep thetn, enclose u fi 1.00 nncinowiu semi jou.uy return man upacKugooi uur Write your nnmo nnd nddrost plainly, nndstnto wiiriiier inmois nru tor ui.;rcwu, oiurpiiiiiu ur 4 i.itj 1111 mum, nONQT. Bfi nnCEIVriD Into purennMng nny or inr vniifi'iiuuiiruinH inninio iicmr, oiiiti lor H'un. ,sk tor r ' I . , . ,,? 'a..v.uUJJ.b mill tauu no uiucr. lliuiiifialuted only by T1ITC CHEMICAL & mm uu , MILL'S 11.11 fifH'ii m per pncKiufi", 1, jTttt.r7S jiuuuTi; uccuciiriu iiuj nro for salo by nil kikstclass uur a,ii..i, from persons who hava boon curod by tho uso of ui.ful. tad MchUil ia. ...... wnntlnuljrviutijrol loliaial m r....V it,,i". i.lo i miall . cctnpat,." rHE JCIIURMAN, Cwa.ll Uaiillir, lUuta. H. , A tail. i. coanoa .. t'lJ''i1 V b well t.cr book la "!? "' cu.maolcoIIf.- "iJtW"'i"" oi to j.Ji !l,?Wf,",h.!.,..H, .liboutA. ti. WINilllf. fiJlio, lon,al.litdi2 i wm .r Ila .V .n.... hroujfh For ut. b t.Jln itli n.i,.uwniiMhlli, r.llltol ma l.il direct In ..l... I. ik. w...i i.t?- la. pile, for il,,,!. cotiiti aoj CUBIUNT AllJrtlt CCTROIT, BootMlUn tail K... D..I... Hill's Tablets. The Ohio Chemical Co.: I)i:aii But: I lmvo been uiliiir your curn for tobacco lmblt. und found it would an wbut ou claim Ijr It. toiatd tea centa tobuccoudav. of r nnd t mm onn to tttn elunrn: or 1 would unioko fnii ii ten to lortviiliiisof tobacco. Have chewed nml smoked for tweiilvllvu cars, und two lmclaiired desire for It. of your Tablets cured iiiomi If lint n no I, I . V, I, .1 thiihlroni-'otilicwliii- touoj .iluuct. . HISTORY, MICH., V.l.at. MARKS, PATINTS. COPVRIQHT8. ato. OliU'it turenu (or .ocurlnu patunta In Anicrlcn. Kvrry Imtont tnton out lijr u. la lirouuhl bof nro tho iiubllo by a uotlcu glvwi lrco ot clnu-j- lu tlio tarccat circulation of any aclcntlflo paper In tho worlJ. tplunilldlr Illu.tratuO. No Intolltsout ' man ahoulit be wltbuut It. Weekly. 8 j.OII Tiuir, tuaalmrmlba. AilJre. MnNJrA CO, l,UiJUBUiis,:i011lroa4way,Now Voracity. $mwiiik mtxtim it line llroirii'it Iron llllfpra. . 'I'fiyslcluiii rccummctiil It. All .Icalcra keep It, I l.l" K'r liottle. Genuine liaitmilc nmtWiuiiU'aH'.l loilllucnonnruppor. KIHt IIVSl'VI'HIA told ono of them who was a llttlo unruly to roinnln with you nfter tlio others had I say I could imagino gono home. Robert cooling his heols nnd shaking tho water out of his umbrella in tho front entry of tho WhltoIIouso waiting to get in, but, failing oven to do that, then going sadly nwny, while In tho distance ho could hear you pouring out a volloy of oaths on Mr. Cleveland. Then I hear tho Kentle,.qnlot voico of tho poet ns ho quotes from himself: Ami vnt I dBom thul God Is not disquieted. J)o you realif o, Thurbcr, that you und I aud the German emperor nro only worms in tho vast economy of nature? Do you understand that men strugglo to thp. closer 'a. Iqvj U2iiina.ojid nro dono uouo nnd dono It, IIo inlgut.cnuM, would or should iif Jest plumb dono cono and dono it. mlsflit, could, would or should of 'Plural-W- o Jest plumb dono iMiio und dono it. You mltfht, could, would or should of Jest plumb dono cono ottd dono It. 't'hoy mlfilit, could, would or houldof Joat plumb doiiuk'onouiiu uouo it. Harris Theater, LOUISVILLE, KY. , Mru. V. JIarris, R. ii. Britton ami T. V. Dean, M'fi'ra and Props. Tho only nioilerniy built Tlteatcr in tho city. The only Theater playing attractions at popular pi ices. Situated on West side of Ith ave., betweon Walnut and Green. Prices 50c,' 25c, 15c and 10c. HrSt-cIa- , OHIO 61.53 ... 1. WI. .If V....', S3 Opera Illsck, UOIIUM LIMA, OHIO. rARTICULAIlS FREE. Tho oxpeiiBO of smoking three cigars per day for CO years is for 100 years. 4tl08.S31.S8: for 200 years, f3IO,fM8.uO. This sum carefully deposited in n priyato bank would maintain fivo officers of tho bank well for four D. N. years in Toronto. P. B. I: SomotliuonBoItioiit Tnr. OnioCiinuiCALCo.:-Gr.NTl.EMi:- N: fni. i fm wnrtii nt inir Tulileta for'lutnicco llnblt. 1 recelvotl tlieiii nl I riL'lit nml. iiltfimmli I wuh botll n Ilfav vsuiokur utld cbowor. lum cured. tlieyUldtlioworltliilcHStlmntlireodiiyg. Truly yourn, SIATIIEW JOIINsO.S.l'.O.BoxiS. l'lrrtnuitaii, Pa. Tiir.OiiioCnr.viCAi.Co.! QENTf emcn: It jrives mo pleusuro tospculc a word of pralso for your TubletB. My non wuSBtronclynddicUHltotuousoor Hnuor.tuid throiitrli iifilntid, wauled to try yourTublcta. Ilowusiibcavyana niHtnut drinker, Tmt ufter ualnK yourTublcU but three days lioniiltdrliiklnp, nn.l will not touch limiorol uuy kind 1 lmvo waited four month beforo writing iourarniiy, you, lu order to kuow tho euro wua pcruiiucut MIU. HELEN M0KU1S0N. Cincinnati, Ohio. Tablets hnvo ncrf orm edatolroclo In mvcall Tun OniofitirMlCAL Co I havn uh'hI inurnlilnc. hvnodeniilcilly. forvoii years, und Uuvo btien curuU bytbouiaor m W. Ii. LVILV&X. two acKut;ej oi our iuuium,uiiu wuuuui. uuy turn. uiwujr 1 Ill.h tf.lk.1, FKUI1T. N. Y. .mil.. 1AB1IV, I Lane's medicines move the bowels very days In order to be healthy this is necessary. RESPONSIBLE AGENTS WANTED! CO., THE OHIO CHEMICALLIMA, OHIO. 01, 83 and 00 Opera Block. j(l(lre.H all uruom to v. BM X I ire r IMitnr Povmoiis broVcn, TTTnHHHHHHHrtTVI tkkiurbOe.JUitiuriMituliiU. rebuild tho tyalvm, aldt dlseallon. reruoTea ex. C Drown'n Iron Hitters onn I om owrworkot houhcld . lhoj;eiiulu. Jk " SSWrfbW-"". - . - J.rf - " h jmmmfwTtll" &,-- .'. .,. ' ..?' -- CVu?Kf .iAti. :zr-i?:i- -i "7 .' , . -- '. .am-i- a mJ3jh-?.- jifc2i. bU'JHHI .13M''S1 ami m Wll' i - flai. i I '''"' ; h Hartford Ueimljettll ruuMsiir.u r.vMtV JO. II. KIMIW n v UY M0SKy,, l'rurlMir 18SW . k lilor nn.l tIUrJAY, JTLY 28, Wi; ARK AfTIIOKIRD TO ANNOUNC'i: O. SLADE TAYLOR Of tlic Cromwell Precinct, ns n candidate for State Senator f.om tlsc 8th Senatorial District, M.cjeu in the action 6f tlic Republican party. To Tin: vmr.us ct B1JUO AND ' I)UT!,i:n Om , Mt'iir.i:N- I am a COl'NTIUS candidate for Senator in the District Being a composed of your counties. Republican, 1 will submit my claims to the Convention of that party. So-- 1 licking the support ol all Republic' ans in the Convention. I am, Yours truly, K. I). On rv. Hartfonl, Ky.. June 29, Wi: 1S93. akk AUTHomr.n '10 anxounci: ZEBULON H. SHULTZ, Of the Sulphur Sprin s 1'icciuct, as a candidate for the office ol School Superintendent for Ohio county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. TiiitBi: more Louisville Uink ed Tuesday. tail- NoTHiTiisrAsnixd the many mean and harsh tilings that have been said about dam Jones he is, nevertheless, one of the greatest men of the century. The Hartford Lecture Club under whose management the Sain Jones Lectures wore held, deerve great praic for its enterprise. Such nu organisation is a cicdit to any town, and many other good entertainments may be expected in the future. Tm: Deiuocrrtic party is confronted by the most serious fitinncial stringency of recent) cars, and if the coming extra session ol Cougre?s fails to relieve the strained condition of the business world it is good-by- e to the Democratic party for a docu years to come. Ovkk 111 the Tenth Senatorial l Dis- trict that old selfcouceited,over-rntet- political bully and corruption fund scalawag, Jack Gross, 13 a prominent candidate for the Democratic nomination. May the good Lord give tlic Democrats of Breckenridge, linn-co- ck and Meade crit enough to do what their sense long ago has dictated should be done and that is to relegate Jack Gross to the oblivion from whose dark precincts he should never have beeu dragged. EujKUHKiu: will be found the un nouueemcutof Mr. ',. II. Shultz, of Sulphur Springs, as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for School He is a young man Superintendent. of sterling qualities of head nud heart, possessing a fine education and n perceptive power that enables him to ee The very far into men and things. school interests of the county would prosper under his management, and if the next Superintendent wore to be chosen from his side of the political fence, we aro at a loss to know where we'd liud a better man than Zeb. dates. Hut as a general thing only ded coiumon,.schools in cities of the WASHlIiGION. fifth and sixth classes who hold light showers were experienced. a State diploma, or State certificate or Although Secretary Carlisle, who Many points reporting rain limited to county certificate, or who contem- nas jus: returned lrom inc worm s ."" sccuon.s m n couiuy These con litions render the tone of plates applj ing'for certificate of qualFair, refuses to be interviewed upon cry diversified, while ification to leach in the common the somewhat remarkable speech de- the tcports schools, shall attend the full session livered at the New York Hankers there arc a great many complaints of of the institute in his home county Hanqutt by Comptroller of Currency drouth and hot sunshine-- , there arc 1o many encouraging reports. And j miles'? he is teaching in another coun-- I Kckels, or indeed upon anything e ty in which the institute is yet else, he is so hopping inad.his friends damage from drouth is scarcely ' ii remediable, providing there or has attended the coun j to be held, let the cat out of the bag, and it ""c The ty institute of a county in which he H Hint Iuw nimiii ttin first HiincrtliP ! is a cood rain at an earlv date. ... V ........ .. w has a contract to teach. If teaching secretary out niter ne goi imck to ins favorable weather for wheat thrashing in a county other than hishomc coun- office was to send for Mr. Kckels and has advanced that work nearly to its ty, whose. institute is jet to he held, give hint about the worst ten min- completion. The harvest of Oats and he must attend the full session ol the utes he ever had in his life. Mr. Car. Hay has been completed with excel-len- t results. latter. The county superintendent lisle has a temper, ns is well known It is not an cty matter to ctinnte shall revoke the certificate of any in Washington, and it was nrouscd to teacher who shall fail or neglect to at- the highest pitch by the "tnfly" an average condition of the corn crop; tend the full session of the insitutc, which Mr. Kckels yo liberally distri-- , reports vary so ni't:h as to the y unless the superintendent shall be buted to the New York bankers, whom of local drouths, but fro- -i the fully satisfied that such failure was lent opportunities to thorougly cul-fCarlisle has not forgi en caused by nctunl sickness or other refusing to let tlic Trcnsurv have a tivntc this crop, the trreat benefit de Visibility. After the county institute part of the gold lying idle "in their ' vetl from the local showers during has been held, it shall be unlawful to vaults, unless bonus were given tneui the past week and from the tone ol grant any person a certificate to teach for it. Having just returned from the reports in regard to the'rnpid re- at any time during that school vcar, Chicago where he learned of the in - sitscilalion of this crop in the cent l unless the said person have at- juty done by the refusal of the New ol nn eirly rain, we may infer that it tended the full session of the institute York banks to furnish western money, is not in a hopeless condition anyof that or some other county during even on the best of security, was not where; while nniiy reports incline to tint school yeir, or unless the county calculated to make Mr. Carlisle take a ery favorable condition. Neatly the same conditons ovist in superintendent shall be fully satisfied more kindly to the sentiments exregard to tobicco as to com. Though, that the failure to attend the insti- pressed in Mr. Kckels' speech. tute had been caused by sickness or 'there is a smothered storm ol in- if .1113 thing, in sections where the other disability. During the insti- dignation among Democratic Con- drought ha; been lell the most, the intute there shall be a suspension of gressmen from the South and West jury to tobacco his been gieatet. such schools as are in session, but no on account of Kckels' speech, and it There has been a yood many comreduction of the teacher's salary shall mav burst out before, or up in the plaints of its wilting and jcllowing. be made on account of such suspenfloor of Congress at any time One An early rain is much needed for this sion except as hereinafter provided. ofthcjMe men, spe iking to several of crop. Pastures are piobably suffering The time of actual atteiuhnce upon his colleagues and personal friends the institute in dajs or parts ol days said: "If Mr. Cleveland knew in ad- nioie than an thing else on account shall be accredited to the teacher il , vance of the sentiments contained in of the drouth, as they require a long be held during that speech, and approved ol them, continued and soikiu rain tobe of the institute the session of the school. At the j it means that he has surren boot any great benefit. Tlte effects of short close of the institute the cou-itsu, bag and baggage to Wall street, aid thunder showeis do not mate rally perindent shall give to each teacher that the people who voted for liun tin- - aid them, Potatoes and gardens are also stif- or other person in attendance a cer- - der the impression that he would not tificate of the number of days th it the be controlled bv Wall street influ- - fuieringin nnnysections.coiisiderable teacher or other person hid attend- ences have been betraved. If he did d image has already been done them. ed, which certificate of attendance not know of them he should lose no I'nf notable reports of the quantishall be filed by the teacher with the time in firing Kckels for having ex- - ty and quality of fruits are still being chairman ol the board of trustees of pressed them, as a practical and con made. the district, who shall make repoit vinciug proof to the people that they' The weather will probably contin-il- warm, with a chance for local thereof to the county superintendent arc not endorsed by the adininistra-- 1 business will do; thunder storms in a lew dav s. at the time of reporting the school. ' tion. No half-wa- y S P. Grcsu.vm, I call jour attention to the fact . if kckels be retained 111 his present that you are no longer required to important position the country will Acting Director Wc.ithct Hurcau publish the proceedings iu pamphlet not be slow in taking it to mean that IIim- - Ihu: form. This is to be done in a local he expressed the sentiments of the We offer one hundred dollars re paper, one copy of which you are to administration, and then well, just ward for any c.se ol Catarrh that can- forward to the State office. The res- keep jour ear to the ground and you not be cured bj- - Hall .sCatanh Cute. idue of the fees, alter' paying conduc- will hear something.'' K. J CHKNKY. vx: Co . Toledo, Ohio, Republicans arc disposed to regard tor and incidentals, must be used in Wc, the undersigned, have known! the purchase of books for the Countj' this whole thing as merely the result K.J. Cheney for the last 15 jcars, Teacher's Library. Kach institute of champagne-- , and the attentions of a and believe hint to be perfectly lion- this jear must elect two persons to lot of elderly wcaltln men to a j'oung orahlc in all business ttanstctions and man who is poor and ambitious of be- finaiiciallj' able to carry out anj obli constitute, with the. County Superining known. Still thej- - rccognicthe gatious made by their firm. tendent, a Library Committee. bad taste of the; man who holds a Wrsr ec Tn-ncYouis truly, Wholesale Drugposition second in importance onlj to Kl I'OKTKU THOMI'SOV. gists, Toledo, Ohio. the Secretarj" of the Treasurj, from a Wai.iunc, Ki.xnvn-- it M vkvix, A 'nrl. financial standpoint, making a speech Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O Kv., July 27, '93. Ci:omwi:m under existing circumstances. "It Hall's Cattarrh Cure is taken inter-nalljI wish to say to all uij' friends that hardly seems probable " siid a Senaacting diteotlj- - upon the blood my little boy was taken down last tor, "that he would have spoken as and mucous stit faces of the system. Tuesday with typhoid fever, and, he did without Mr. Cleveland's ap- Testimonials sent free. Price 75c therefore, I have ix.cn confined at proval, and if he had tint approval it per Iwttle. Sold bj-- all druggists. home ever since, and I am more deindicates a financial split between Mr. pendent than ever upon their cfTrts Cleveland and Secretarj- - Carlisle." It VViiilir- - fair l'liiliinlliroiil'.lo. to do all in their power to honorably was long ago predicted by this cot res.ST. 1'AfL 1VII. MiWs secure the county forme in their pre- pondent Messrs. Hoddte- - IStos , wealthy Chithat Kckels was bound to cinct meetings Atlgust 5th, and the get into trouble. cago gentlemen, having the interest nomination at Heaver Dam SeptemCongressman Hymn, of Indiana, is of the city at heart, and desiring to ber 7. Helicviug that all will be well, opposed to the wild-ca- t state bank disprove the falsilv of the statement I remain jours. part of the Democratic pro- that onlj in boarding houses can be J nny-havtat-timvV I excel-Secretarsh-ilJ , -, Hays, our popular music teacher, and Stilm. All rcportquite a nice time. , The moonlight picnic Thursday night was a complete .success The wedding bells, which hive hung dormant for so long, linveb gun to swing to nud fro, proclaiming thctr glad tidings to the world ol ctg r listcncts. Madam Rumor has predicted a wedding or two soon Is ..lie right? Messrs W. L. Graves and J. W. Smith went to Rough Cnek b.ittoa s gaming last week. Mi Jo. Claik, of near here, died last Friday night. Rev. Rossou, of Hardni'bttig, prc.iche 1 at the M. K Cliurcli. .Sttur-diui.d Sundaj--. A colored minister preached nt the Haptist Church Friday night. The grim monster, death, has ctept into our homes and stolen awaj'ouc too pine for earthly care, in the person of little Jessie, twin datighterofW I, and Georgia Graves, aged two months nnd three dajs. After appropriate exctciscs by Rev. Law son the lemaius wete laid to test in the 1'ordsville Cemcterj Go to thj-lessweet chill. Go to thy drcatulV.d bed, While j et so gentle, uudclitc 1, With blessings on thy head. Prof. y t, A BAD GTF1EAK. McSnnt Uuilcrlnttix to 1'iiliit tho Kitchen 1 "I'll paint that kitchen lloor myself, Imir. ' Shall love with weak euibtace Th.v upward wings detai-iNo, little Jessie, seek thv place, Amid the cherub train. ? Vnti'.ti;. Strong nerves, sweet sleep, goo appetite, hcalthv digstio-t- , and best of all, pttie blood, are given bj Hood's Snrsaptilla. One Siirr Jt Rti rue-- . I attracted by favoiito paper, Tlio Weekly Commentator, and had found tint it led Kditly to 1111 eloquent and moving discitatie.n on tlio merits of Dr. RvbcldV C'oncrutiatod Pxtipct of Wild Cherry, prico '.' cents i.'r bottle, for hale- - by all drugt;i'.t . "It's got to now ad iv s" ho ejicul if ed, tluowing tli" paper dov.n in dl,;nt, "th it there's only abo-i- l ono publication th it doesn't trick von Into rendin patent DiMeon Ironside luul U't 11 intcri'Min,; stoiv- - In his medicine p.iuV." And ho 1 icked up the family Bible and opt tied it at the boo'j of Jonah. Sufo Etiimigli. e. Lobelia," said Mi. McSwnt w Ith decision. "There's no bciwo in pining a limn half a dollar mi hour nud four pilccH for tho paint ho uses and then getting tho stovo nud woodwoik nil smeared with it mid tho hoiisu filled with tho smell of stiilu tobacco finoko w hen I can do It just as well and savo fl. I'm going to tneklo that job in) self." Mr. Mi Swat bought some lloor p dnt, varnish nud turpentine, mid at l) o'clock that evening Im carried the loose tittnl-hir- e out of tho kitchen, mixed his pilut by stirring iu a libei.d quantity of tur pontine nud announced hiuoilf iu lead'-tuw- s J0KjK? to begin tho nrtNtio work of tho evening. ifrrt. O. Ftnhcr ()( lUlllmore. Hegumim; nt tho portion of tho lloor near tho rear door of the 00111 ho smearSciatic Rheumatism ed tlio paint lnqt.il tlally in all directions. "I've tfot inoru of It douo already," he Gtlflfness paid. Moppluc to ret n little nt the end Eovoro Pain of 10 minutes' brisk exercise, "th in n 4 llultlcx of HihhVh Perfect Cure. piofit.in,ml piiuter would hiivudouo in "!nm not 011I) vellllnj, liutiiiiibm to i half 1111 hour." Ilia. I wn taken with llooit'n dov eto lulu ami IIHnc3 In I ly llmhi;nttltm4 ".'IciiiH to mo it looks cloudj," ventured Mis. MilSwat, ej Ing tho painled l)L'liitfluiill nlilato walk. eoninltcil n v;ho )iruiimimeil my ImiiMo nrUtlo poil ion oiltleilly. rJicuiimtUm. .NolulllnMii'llint I took inoilUMnc "'flint's becniHoit diii-- unequally," 1 liccamavvorio imlfHit ot better, I li ul icHttso ho replied. hi soino "It dries pliieis tlmu others. It w"7il till look dike after it U tluironrrhly dried. What much t)( llouil'5 S impurlllVi womlrrful 011I) tlio relict tion liciiu tho jniii-tHiicurr Hut I (on.'lmlcil tu ilo It f.ilr Ulil. lamp over tl.tio on tho window fill." I mill Ifctlft WI1011 I jt tho brush in tho pilnt rlianuefjrtliulioltiriinv ipju tltJ Incu'iiicil and He tlipiH-iiiyllmliilicc iimi l.'iilllt. I lino now liken again, slapped It to nud fro on tlio lloor, four Initio i'n.1 10,11 liaiii to s ly I c work 111 and iu n short time tlio suifaeo was enwell.m'wr I vouM liclore. 1 locoiniiu-inlci- l tirely sniiv.'cd. "Now," ho imid, rising !o his feet, "as to my cousin, who In rccthnl cqimlly rooiI iukiii in it's dry I'll put on thovainih." ITerH (rent It. ruinot pciik ton highly of "How-lonwill it tuko to tlrjf" lloudi hvrjparllK Miis tiAiiv Hti ikiii-h- . . T. iof. Cinillno and vtcl Ithrry hU wife. Ve sufo In get lloixt'. Mil. "Only a littlo while," he answered, ixrfect touching tho lloor i;hrgoily in several In HOOD 8 PlLLO nro liiml madi, nnd Imi. . L'.'.c. per proportion nnd places with his linger. "You noticid that 1 put in plenty of tiirponliiie, didn't joti? The set ret of mining piiutsoit IMPORTANT! will dry soon," ho continued, wiping tho I will the 10th, 11 rug iu order to clean bi uh on it for tho n.'t operation, "is to put in to remain only a jdiort time will be plenty of turpentine, liiingmu tho prepircd todonll kiiidb of Photograph LoUdia. Thanks." "1 e m't hcli thinking. IHlligor," said work. I make-speciality of Cabinet Jlrs. MrSwat iippiihn.ivt'lj, "that tho I use the instantaneous-- protloor is il 11 kt riiiMMiio places than others. Photos. ItlookRtr."ked." cess lor making baby pictures. You "Wh.it vou don't know about painting ho retorted, "would will find me located in an elegant 11 lloni. 1111.1l tin." A. 1). Tvu.tm. build u viiiiliitt fiom hire to tho moon. Photograph Car Those fitienkit 1110 merely 1111 optical , , liiiiMou tine 10 t ne- - iciiectiou 01 mo ra. .' of th t lamp over theie. Is tint plain ' c lough t r v our oomprehenioirr" "I thought von Mid awhile ago they sccoi:d-pinn- o, weie-- caused bv tho uniMpiiil drv ing."' "So far in tho drying is eonctrned," siid Mr. .MtSw.it, touching thti lloor iigiiiu with his finger, "th a v. ill take .rv irMHtf, and YvVm&&& 1 l& (aUliiTllii-llritlioU- rcram-mon- il 1 s r Hoocfs Cifles 11 lo 111 s d Hood's Sarsaparilla 1 1 Ililtl-morappi-junec- vnr-nis'- i, a For Sale! good A J srf s y&? .t y y-. iT V. rf&&& F.VA uV M wsisvr ! I jw.-r.- 'J ,i - 1 :K!fcJif KVVeA 'Ffinit - i. . ' f.tt. Jack AVould von terenm if I wcro to kisf j on' Amy Oil. but (confidentially) Shero's no ono within hearing. Truth. C. S. Taylor. currencj- litiMirliuit oi-- S hoot I.nn. ) Oitici: Sun:iuNTi'xni:xT or Public Instruction, k V., Jul' 17, '93. To Cou.MV Surr.KiNTiiNDKxrs: 1. In accordance with a lcsolulion of the General Assembly, I haesent vou this week the new law for the management and administration of and Mechanical the Agricultural College, (ot jour guidance to the number of beneficiaries which cadi county is allowed to send to that institution, your duty as to notification, examination, appointment, etc. The Members af the General Assembly and the County Judges also liae copies from this office. 2. I'lease to note the datesof examinations which are to be had during the remainder of the year and notify all concerned. I give them in their order: (a) examination of candidates for the office-- of County School Superintendent, tobe held by County Judge, County Clerk and a competent person selected by them at the county seat (or befoie the State examiners heie-- , if prefetied) July 29th. (11) Kxauiiun-tio- n of applicants for county certificates and for State certificates, at the county seat only, August 4 and 5. '(e) If applicants for State diplomas, at tins once only, by btatc examiners, August 30, and the following (n) Of applicants day if nceessaiy. for county certificates, September and 2 and November 3 and . Note theic will be no January examination. 3, In answer to numerous questions as to the requirements for diploma and for State certificates, I give them here. To obtain n State certificate, all applicants must be examined on nil the common school branches, and on the (1) following in addition: higher arithmetic; (2) elementary algebra; (3) english literature; () science and art of teaching, including the-- elements of psychology. To obtain a State diploma, an applicant must be examined 011 nil the common school branches mid 011 the following in addition: (1) science and art of teaching; (2) psychology; () higher arithmetic; (4) algebra; (5) Geometry; (6) physics; (7) Kuglish literature; (8) elemetary latin. 4. As institutes will be in session from this time till November, the following section of the new school law is published, since it differs somewhat from the old in its requirements as to where a teacher must attend: g 140. Kvery teacher of a common including teachers of the gin. 1 Kl.Mtl.ltllOOK. July 23. Mrs. liettic Roby and children, of Oweusboro, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Bain'.- Mis. J. W. Stevens has returned from Daviess county, alter a two weeks visit to friends and relatives. Win. Ward and wife, No Creek, spent Saturday and .Sunday visiting in the Washington neighborhood. The Sunday School at Alexander is still in a flourishing condition. Miss Myrtle Tinsley, of the Washington neighborhood spent Saturday night and Sunday on No Creek, not long since, the guest of her brother, O. R. Tinsley. Mrs. F.lia Riley, of this place, visit ed Mrs. Tanner and family, of near to an, last week. Miss ana Harnett, of Oweusboro, is the guest of her grand-motheat this writing. Mrs. MeCitcii, of Fordsville, is the guest of her father's family in the Washington neighborhood. T. II. Maple and wife spent Saturday and Sundaj- - at Rockport, the guests of 3. O. Maple and family. 11 N. Coombes spent Saturday night and Sundaj' in this vicinity. J. W. .Stevens has flux. Mrs. Lillian Biiul is on the sick list. Wesley St c ens made a flj ing trip to Whitesvillc Satunlay, returning Sundaj". Stevens and Charley I'. S. Ill'lllll IIIK'lll III A(.'l ICMltlMP. Sherman Weather nnd crop Hulk tin of the Kllis spent Sunday evening at HeavKentucky weather service for the er Dam. week ending July 21th., 1S93. Mr. T. J. Smith, wife and children, The weather conditions of the pas Hartford, weie in Kinderhook Sunday evening, the guests of A. C Kllis week have been on the whole not unfavorable to agricultural interests. and family. The tempcrntttie was normal for the A. M. and V. G. Harnett attended greater portion of the week but the the ice cream supper which was givexcessive heat of Sunday nnd Monen at Centertown Saturday night. day the 23rd and 24th raised the They report a pleasant time. average for the week considerably Mrs Clara Hentiett. Heda, spent above the normal. A Maximum of several days in thisvicinitylast week. 990 was reported from Harrodshurg. We had the pleasure of attending Cloudj' and paitly cloudy vvcathei Sunday School nt Heda Sunday evenprevailed dining the first part of the ing. Glad to note they have quite an interesting school nnd hope to be week, but the latter part was cloudmaking a slighly excessive averwith them again in the near ftituie. less, age of sunshine. The effects of the Daisy Dhank. high tcinperatuie and glaring sun- 'IlH-jshine have been rather injurious to Wlin Anvegetation. eANNI'.LTON, (INI),,) liXQUIKKK. Three bojs came here from Cancy-villThe rainfall has been generally de Ky., a short time ago, nnd from ficient and badly distributed; being i their free spending of money aroused confined to small localities, while no the suspicion of Marshal Ilanibleton. particular section of the stute seems,, When they left here and returned to to have been favored more than Cnueyville, he sent a wanting to the Scattering showers occurred marshal of that place which resulted over the state on the 19th., 20th. and They confessed of 21st. in their arrest. Some damage was done by stealing over $100. heavy rains in .1 few localities on these the-soli-e, r. gramme, and is not afraid to express his opinion. He says: "I do not believe-that legislation authorizing the resloration of State Hank Cutrencj-wil- l be passed by Congress. The daj-fo- r that sort of monej' has pissed." Mr. Hjuiu is. ofcourse.in the Democratic minority on this question, but it begins to look as though there might be enough Democrats who think as he does, in conjunction with Republican voteolthcllouse to save the countrj- - fioni the Wild-ea- t experiment, unless the Southern wing of Democracj', which is rabid for Wild-ca- t monej', succeeds in making it a caucus question, The Democratic Tariff snag will be struck in the Senate, where their majoritj is .small. There are at lcist four Democratic Senators Gorman, ofMarjland; Camden nud Faulkner, of West Virginia, and Gray, of Delaware who arc icgarded as certain to oppose any reduction of the present duty on coil, iron, lumber and several other articles in which they and their constituents are largely interest ed, and without their oles no Democratic bill can pass the Senate. One of the odd things 111 the coming Congress will be the appearance of Representative Hourke Cockran, ol Tauiiuanj', whose 2 was the sensation of the Chicago conven tion, on the floor ol the House as Mr. Cleveland's special champion. found moderate priced accommodations during the World'a Fair, leiuod-ele- d and lurnishcd at reat expense one of their famous absolutely fireproof business structures, located corner of Frtnl.lin and Jackson streets, within short walking distance of the Union Depots, Theatres, I'ostofficc, Hoard ol Trade, Steam, Klevated, Ca ble Roads and Steamboat'? to the World's Fair.furuihhcd newly through out 500 rooms, superb pirlors, elevators, electric lights, e.shattst fans to keep cool entire building, named this property The Great Western Hotel, and invite the public to take their choice of rooms ffir f.i 00 per day, children 5 12 fifty cents. Llegant restaurant and dining rooms w here-fine-meals aie served at 50 cents, or a la carte at very moderate prices. There should be less or known of extortion and imposition connected witli the World's Pair were there more public spirited, fair minded men in Chicago ai are the owners and proprietors ol Tlic Cheat Western Hotel. Our readers should write as .soon as possible to secure rooms, for they are taken up rapidly. 4S 6t lu-ar- d be-in-g Hinii'iHi.i,!:. Weather warm. We had quite a nice rain Sittuday, which made its appearance just in time to save the ciops. Miss Lena Cabbert, of Philpot, is the guest of Miss Wilson. Miss Lillie Hell, of Philpot, is visiting her sister, Miss Ida, who is employed as clerk in the Mammoth Store. and chil-dicMrs. I'.tta Sutton ofOweusboio, are the guests of Mrs. Jviuuia Cooper. Mr. Madeline Whiltinghill, of Rockv.ile, .spent a few days iu town with friends last week. Miss Iicitha Felix spent a few days with her aunt, Mis. Walker, last week. Master Tom Ilroomfield, of 'Louisville, is spending a few weeks vvitli his sisler, Mis. Graves. Mr. Robt. Keown, who has been out 011 a railroad survey for some time, is vvitli us ngain. Mr. C, T. Qttinn, ofMitchells, Intl., has moved to our town. Mr. J. M. Smith, of our town, is still tpiile ill nt Clovcrport. Mr. Sim Roberts, of near here, is very sick at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. John McCuen spent , Sunday in the contry. Mr. Arnold McCarty relumed from the World's Fair last week making the third person from this place who has been to Chicago's great show the other two being Miss Dimple n, with it. 1.0 V" town ol Rockpnit niul the east line of "No, hid. od. I didn't, IHHigor. 1 it with nil old broom. 1 timply the 1'ie land near Kthots, thence to put it on with tlio brush." ous repl lohn T. including him "You (.imply put it on with tho brush, anil excluding the Ure firm, the mind, sir, when wo 'Then would nrriv p, opening the door and helping mo did jou'r" roiled Billigcr. "That was Daughtcry farm ami 1). J. Wilcox, till, was it':" (oKit out.--' thence to Lewis Creek at the bridge "Yes. It was llridget'n afternoon out "With pleasure," was tho cordial as nnd" sent. on the Hartfonl and' Rockport road, "Do vou know- - what jou'vo done, thence tlown Lewis Creek to the be"Von sfo," thoold lady went on to explain. "I am well on iu v ears, and I bavo line1 1111?" ho broke in fu rcely. "You'v 0 It is further ordered that got out ilovvly and biekwnrd, nnd wiitnlnii hour and 11 half of my time, ginning. , to the sherilTof Ohio county open a poll when tho porter sees 1110 getting out ho broken my hick an lruiuiMliigood kiteh-t lloor" in said Graded School District tm the fhonts 'Look alive, 11111 am!' and givei "1 told ouit loo'ted htrenked when 29th day of July, iS9, for the purmo 11 ptiRh in from behind and I'volieeti t.n" luuud tho ciicle tvvico already." "Oh, yes!" he bov.led, tlnov.iug tho pose of taking the ,.cnse of the legal Vonth's Companion. iu said promised graded told mo it white vote-ibrnsli 0,1 tho lloor. A Slluht I.rror. Who ciiren free school district upon the-- proposi-tio- n looked stre.ilcd, did bo voeifer- Aii tip tow 11 chui ch has recently nnder-gon- o what veil told me. in-- , whether or not they will vote an meat alteration"', nnd during tho nttd. kicking tlio can ofvaitiish violent-I- v withhN foot, lud but thcro nro sa- annual tax of (so) fifty cents on each courso of tho work n lot of old wood wan accumulated which was perfectly good cred Loiifdt ne sand eventful moments one hundred dollai.s ($100) worth of for kindling purposes, but was not of in tlu- lives of all voting inairitd jxrsoni propct ty assessed in siid district ninth acconnt for anv thing else. Tho with v.Iiich tho cold, jeering outsider said white voters, and a poll superintendent of tho building, thinking need not concern himself. Weeks afterward, when Dilhger Mc- - ta of ($i.5o)onc tlollnrand fifty cents tho least to Imo tho wood removed at possible cost, utarted about to disioso of Swat had liecoino comparatively culm, per capita on ea-white male inhabiit by tale. Accordingly, picking out a his wife showed him tlio bill brought in tant ov cr tw enty-on- e ears of age renice, smooth board, ho inscribed it ns by tho painter who lepdrcd tho diuiiago siding in said gtadetl free school dis to tho kitclun and icpainled tho floor. follows: "Wood For K.do by tho Load." only a It called foi tJlU.CO. Chicago Tnbiuio trict, for the purpose of erecting suitTho boaid hud bum txpos-eable buildings nud maintaining a shoit timo when somo wag saw- tho ch iiico for good joke-- and clnngcd tho good graded free school iu said disMr.ia.iisiit of the Condition letter "a" iu tho word "load" to an "r," trict or loi the payment ol princinl of Tin-- : and for dn.v s tho rign stood out iu front and interest on nuy such bonds not "Wood For Salo of tho chinch reading: exceeding ($2,000) two thousand dolby the Lord." Philadelphia Record. w n& nk im lars as the Board of Trustees of said Tiny Didn't tniltrd. proposed graded free school district A couple of tiaiupi had tat down unmay issue and sell under the provistv I U W I der 11 treo by tho loadnleta to rest. ions of this act for the purpose afore"Wasn't ou in tho war?" asked WilAt tho Clo.so of Businoss lie Wall:. Juuo 30,1893. said, not however, exceeding iu "I were," responded Turnpike Walker. amountthe .sum of$2,ooo. ltis further J:S0UKCES. why don't 011 frft a pension?' "An ordered that said sheriff shall nt the "I hied to, hut it wouldn't get soino-how- N'otcs nud ihlls $76,205.14 same time and place of said election . . . . 3,000.00 Real Ivstatc "Why not?" above named, open a poll for the . 1,500.00 Furniture and Fixtures "Thev said I was crp.ib'o of manual Kvpensespaid . . . . . . S6j 98 election of (6) six trustees for said labor." Cash 011 hand and in H'ks . 17,-district. "Ditl they indeed?" A copy. Attest: "Thoy did, Willie," sighed Turnpiko $99,01 7.67 disconsolately. Rowan Homiiiook. Clerk. hIABILITIKS. Willlo brushed a tear from his weathBy L. P. Loni'.v, I). C. . . . . . $35,000 00 Capital Steick c e. er beaten 5,350.00 "My boy," ho mnnnurcd, "thoy didn't Surplus Reserve Fund know on; they didn't know you." 1,293.14 In accordance with tlieloregoing orInterest nnd Hchange . . . 3,047.59 der I will on tlte 2SU1 day ol July, Tree Pre.s3. Deposits . . 64,426.94 1S92 cause to he opened a poll in said Mud rn (In ntneu. Pirnt Boy I'm wiitln a composition, $99,017.67 gradctl free school district No. 21, nnd I can't think of what tho teacher Rockpott, Ky., for the purpose of takJOHN II. BARXKS.CASiiiiiu. lead tho other day. It began. "Rome men Sworn and subscribed to before 111c ing the sense of the legal white vois born gtcat." ters in siid .proposed groded free Second Hoy I remember, "Some is June 30, 1893. bom grc it, nnd eomo chievo gteatnc3s, school district upon the piopositiou Rowan IIoi.duookh, C. O. C. C. and mil" as to whether or not they wil vote By Smii.nv Tavi.ou, D. C. Fiist Hoy Oh, es, I lenioinber now. an annual tax of (50) fifty cents on "And homo gets euicd of louj btaudiu Our business continues to grow, ns diseases." Good News. tlic above statement will show, both each ($100) onehtindteddollnr.s worth of property assessed iu said district in magnitude and prosperity. Two rntxIlillltlcH III till) C.tMC. belonging to said white voters and a "If Tcrkina lavs ino what ho owes years ago a deposit of $25,000; one poll of ($1.50) one dollar and fifty me, I shall ,0011 Uiocontiiient this $64,000. year ago $45,000; cents per capita on each white male This is due to the fact that the young "And if Torkins doesn't pay you what over twenty-on- e years of men nre beginning to realize that it is inhabitant ho ow cs yon?" age lesiding in said graded free school "Well, it will probably bo Torkins not the money made but the money district, for the purpose ol erecting s. that will go on tho continent." saved tint sets them up iu business. each day and puts suitable buildings nnd maintaining a The man whojsaves good graded free school. At the Didn't MI.u It. at interest fifty cents, will iu fifty same time and place I will iu accor"Y0111 honor," pleaded tho condemned years be worth $58,000 Riciii man, "will ou put my t.tecullon for above order, cause to be We arc here to assist the business dance ttf tile Saturday inptead of Fritl.i ?" , opened n poll for the election of (6) interests of tlic county, and we solicit ' "Wh?" inquired tho judge. "Bccniito 1'iid-iis bucliun unlucky and appreciate the account of every six trustees for said graded free il8. pushing, enterprising individual or school iu said district. J. P. StnviiNs, S. 0, firm. JOHN II.BARNF.S.Cashiur. Cnse-bic-r'- s u s 11 f'.rtllilRTIrnl nT It. nclinir?o rd ites tint an old lady travelln r on tlio London underground road and findni ; that tlio train was approaching u station Slid to a man who eat at tlio ftu titer end of the compartment and was her only fi llovvjiassonger: "Would ou kindly tell me, sir, what is tlio next station:" "It iv swaler, madam," was the courteAll hibit.'" He thinned the rni'iish, v"iiited a few I l. Ham Nulli-i-- . niinutei. rMiinineil the f'uor agiin and 01110 cut srv conn, July Term. '03 pionouiiccil it div. Then ho went atris. the lMom and began David Duncan and others ) to the otiitr ap'Ijing the vi iii'kIi wl.h much vigor, Gtndcd FreeloiSchool. I nu I'ig.fn lunllv bie'cvvrrd 011 his IiiiiuU On petition of J. M. Williams, W. and knew n before. When tho lloor was about li.df eoveied with wirnHi, ho A. Bell. S. O Miple, J. G. Willi mis, straightemsl up In order to tako tho S M. Diinenti. W. M. Kiissell, I). J. kinks out of liU and looked back over his shoulder at the unviirniolied Duncan. John J Gillain, C W. Lay-toi: C. Woodbttrn, A M. llerrell, For tlio tlrnt timo ho caw it without any n the tion trom tho imp iu R. i: Ilcr, i: C Caniplield, R T Her, tho vvuidiiw.nud them w.isw.uethiugin Jo Smith, V. 1.. Warden. J. W. Ross theiuicetof thai lluor th it did not please and David Duncan, legal voters and him. Tnvpavers of Kockpoit,Ohit county, He lcnt down nnd exnminol it closed)'. Then ho looked at tho bni'-h- , wiped it Kentucky. (School District No, S2,) with snmociioou atiotlicrutid uMiuiiiietl it is ordered by Court that a Graded the lag. 1m and is hereby "Lobelia," ho nid, "what have )ou Free School District established, bounded as lollows. Bebeen uing this brn-- h for:" "1 haven't used it for nnv thing, Hdli'-g- i ginning at the mouth of Lewis r." hl.o iiiikvveretl, "fot weeks iiml Creek on Gt ecu River, thence up v.tcl.s. Ttio last timo I had occaiion to uo it I put a little blacking on tho kitch- Gicen River to theiiioiith ol Williams' "Creek, theme to include II. I). Jack-so- u with it." en "Ion did. did vou'--" ho exclaimed in to the railroul at a point halfway an awful voice. "Polished tho ctovo between the corporate limits of the n, 1 '. fn d leem rarcof itsilf. Youc-i-i'- t All n'l: is plenty of turpentine. In live niliiiitis more th- -t lloor will Iki tHdi an the catalogue of a lodlidi ex1 dij-iuj1 hand for cash, cheap Apply Jit this office. Beaver Dam mm I 1 ." .... Do-tio- it .... 1 . 1 sum-tuei- ." to-da- y Tit-Bit- day."-Tit-B- C ? t" J" ,lCi mm, i,t.ttlmi ... 4 Ar Jl -- e . ' - . -- iUrrt.V 4U JtiL-af- 1 ''i - I Any Tim Istho right tiiuo for everybody to deal with FAIR BROS. A CO., hut should tend the Jones lccltlrc at Hartfoul, nnd Conference at Hopkinsville. Robert Stewart, of Rosine, spent Saturday and Sunday in town. S. A. Woodward went to Owensbo-1- 0 Sunday, returning Monday. Warren Ward nnd Miss Florence Davis, of the No Creek neighborhood, visited here Sunday. Robert Webb and wife visited friends at Xewville Sunday. Preparations are being made to entertain n large crowd at the Croquet Party and Ice Cream Supper at 15. C. Woodward's next Saturday evening. The prizes have been secured, and they are worth competing for. The contest opens nt 3 o'clock. Several are expected to attend from Hartford. We anticipate a nice time. Wishing the Kkpuiii.ican much success, I am Xhnia. Niiiii PERSONAL Miss Jes3ic Allen is in the city. Dr. Ford, Hellin, railed at our fice last Friday. of- DO YOU KNOW That Henry laugh? Nail has such a mellow J. D. You Desire Summer Underwcnr, Straw Hats, Outing Shuts, Ac, now is the time to Luy. SOMETHING just right for NICE theso hot In Light Summer Suits and Dress Goods, July days. .lone lire Cotup mill flour, mill All parties knowing themselves in debted to me will come forward nnd pay up, as I am in need of the money nnd must have it, as I have accommodated you for six or eight months without calling on you, I think it your duty to come and settle. I want to sell goods to the people cheap, but can not do it unless you pay, as my bills nil have to be paid. So please m m save any hard feelings by not asking Sam Jones "hit 'em" every time, but for credit. I do not like to say no, but can not nnd will not say yes. his biggest hit was. when said always With good wish to all, I am as ever. leave your horse with CascbicriV: Burton for a goo.d feed. Yours, A. D. Wiiitij. to-da-- Miss Annie Allen, Rosiuc, returned home this morning, Dr. M. W. Duvall, Arnold, called to &ec us Wednesday. Charles Hrndley and Charlie Mann, Greenville, are in town. I'rccmnn Little, Owensboro, was in town the first of the week. 'A T. Proctor, Short Creek, was in town the first of the week. Miss Wright, Louisville, is the guest of Mrs. 15. I). GufTy. Miss Coriue Cox, who has been on a very extensive visit, has returned to her home. Mrs. Dr. 15. W. Ford, Fordsville, is the guest of her parents, Col. and Mrs. W. H. Moore. Miss Sallie Rice, Louisville, who has been visiting Miss Katie Coombes returned home Attorney R. L. White, Editor L C. Newman, M. R. Hariietl and Lee Rains, Caney villc, were in town this week. Mrs. Judge John P. Morton and son, Burr, who have leeii spending the past two weeks with her sister, Mrs. J, Warren Baker, has returned home. That Dr. White is n circulating curiosity? Thnt base ball isjnst now nt its full height? That you ought to subscribe for the RisiniMCAN'? That "law me" has a new pair or the old ones fixed' That W. A. Gibson is the champion in town? Charley Crowhustles at what That ever lie undertakes? . That Giji Wcstcrfield still likes to come to Hartford? That Beaver Dam is to have anoth er good school this fall? That John Vaught would like to be assistant County Judge? That "Bat" Nail has ceased performing the Chinese net? That Dave Johnson says that tax collecting is a hard business? That Bub Walker is a fine ball player when he wants to be? That Ab Yeiser is thinking seriously of going to Ilorton soon? That M. L. Heavrin will soon have one of the prettiest houses it town? That Hartford is almost deserted since the recent exodus to the World's Fair? That John Martin, Beaver Dam, can make the east bound local only sometimes? That G. B. Likens has a private bicjele track leading down to the Water Mill? That the dearest lemonade iu the country is to be found at Beaver Dam ten cents a glass. That a young lady from ihe Hend asked why the "Do You Know Column" isn't run every week? That Judge Morton and Sheriff Stevens are never better pleased than when engaged in a lively game of dry-joke- cm. LIAMS J n v.i 11 "l-riM- r General - Blacksmith All kinds of Repairing done on short' notice and at most reasonable rates. " KORSE-SIIOEIN- G A SPECIALTtT Agent for the Kansas City Complete Circuit, All Steel, Mounted Hay Press, Disc Harrows, Osborne Mowers and Hakes. CALL ON US And he convinced there is no time like tin ptcscnt to buy your vacation outfit. FAIR BROS, l'KOl'IUETOIlS ft CO Hartford Temple of Fashion. FBI DAY, JULY 28, Trade witii Carson & Co. New .silks nt Carson & Co's. 189H. ItmoliilloiiN nt llropprl. Wnr.UKAS, ithas pleased God in His diine wisdom, to remove from our midst, by the hand of death, Mrs Mary Steele Mattiu, the loving, tender, gentle, christian mother of Sir New dimities at Carson & Co'.s. honored Walter N. Martin an Our straw hats are still going at Knight of the Round Table belonging to our chapter. Now therefore be Cakson & Co gi caw-a- prices. Visit Smoot's photograph gallery over the Red Front. "Bud1" Tracy iV Sou have the best Groceries in town. Horn to the wife of V. I.. Spalding on the a 1st a boy. Horn to the wife of Rowan Ilolbrook on the 35th, a boy. The best of chewing tobacco is to be found at Tracy & Son's. Ice for sale at any time and any it KKSOi.vr.n, That we, the Knights ami tadyes of the Li.ic C. Walker, Chapter of the Round Table, hereby extend to our said brother, our sin- cetc condolence in tins, 111s Hour oj grief. We rccognue that no human sympathy can lifl the load of grie' from the sorrowing heart of the motherless, and we therefore direct the mind of our brother, to Him, who hath said: "Conic unto me, all ye that are weary and heavy laden and I will give you rest." Ri:soi.viii, That this be spread upon our minutes, a copy be sent to the Hartford Rwuiimcan and Herald requesting their kindness in publishing same and a copy be sent to Sir Wal ter. E1.1.A Rowi;, ( MA7ii; Thomas, Com. Br.ssnj Williams, ) t quantity, at Williams V. 1'. Uros. tf Thomas, Sr. has moved to the Mrs. Sallie Taylor property on Mill Street. 15. 15. Tate will preach at next Sunday at 10 o'clock a. m. anil again at 3 o'clock p. m. , Hcv. Lib-ctt- y Smoot is prepared to do all kinds of photograph work. Call at the Red Front and leave your order. The Owensboro District Conference the M. 15. Church, South, commenced at South Carrolltou last Wednesday week mid continued till Sunday. It was a very interesting session. of Mr. S. C. Stevens, the enterprising representative of the 1'arinelee Library, has placed a nice library and-cas- e The at Heaver I) im and Hartford. plan is an excellent one and merits micccf.'i evuywhere The books arc s in meiit and ate put up in good substantial binding. The case possei.i a number of superior features. The tills and manner of keeping recoid of books taken out are quite convenient. fiiht-elas- Says: "Your trouble is above your eves" if you don't buy your Groceries from Tracy & Son. 'Ah Tliorel An Ice Cream Supper will be given at Heflin, Saturday, Aug. 5, 1893. The Hickory Hill Cornet Baud will Remake music for' the occasion. Everybody freshments of all kinds. V. M. JIi'.i'UN, ) invited. II. R. PlKTMC, Coni. W. U. HKI'MN, ) Sum Jonon ' fc4V r s July 34. The revival at Hell's Run, which has been in progress during the last week, is one of the greatest that has ever been held at this place. Only a few conversions have been repotted but the whole church seems to be revolutionized and revived as it never was before. Rev. W. D. Cox has been conducting the meeting. Rev. J. W. T. Givens, of Glenn-villwho is engaged in Sunday School and Colportage work for the Baptist District Mission Hoard, was An inin this vicinity last week. teresting Sunday School was organized at this place by him. Miss Laura Mosely was taken suddenly ill while at church yesterday. She was conveyed to a house near by and Dr. J. C. Hoover, was called in. After several hours she recovered sufficiently to lie. removed to her home. Miss Ella Huntcr.of Pleasant Ridge, attended church here Saturday and Sunday. Mack Taylor, whom we reported sick last week, is slightly improved at this writing. The infant child of T. E. Yates dicd'the 33d inst., and was burled at Don Juan. Dell's Run yesterday. c, iVKsrt:iii'ir.i.i. A syndicate composed of thirteen of Hartfotd's base ball enthusiasts was organized and the expenses of game was the Eliabethtown-Hartfor- d assumed. On Tuesday at 1 p. m. the place. arrived and at 4 Misses Clara Ford, Ccntertown, and Eliabethtown's Eliza Williams, Pleasant Ridge, visit- o'clock the game was called. The Hartford's took the field and the fun ed relatives here last week. Dr. Ford, W. M. Heflin, A. S. began. It was a lively game from Tanner and Geo. Smith attended the start to finish, but an inning was not Ice Cream Supper at Ccnicrtown last played before it was apparent that the Eliabethtown's would win for .Saturday night. S. Tanner, our new grocerymati, they were playing ten men and the A. has erected an awning in front of his tenth man was the umpire, Wellcr, had whom the Elizabethtowti's store. Last Friday night, after the cares brought frkpahed for the occasion. of the day had been thrown aside and With a fair umpire Hartford would our mind set frte to wander amidst have won with ease. The score was 18 to 8 in favor of the the flittul shadows of dreamland, what could be a more pleasant awakening visitors. No more unsatisfactory than under the sound of an active work was cverdone on' our grounds Cornet Hand. Well, such was the by any umpire. case. The Hartford colored band, on .sr.coND rami:. their way to Calhoon, favored us with On Wednesday at 3:30 the second a nice piece of music. We gave the game was called, with the Eliabcth-tow- n boys a cool drink from our well nnd again at bat nnd their umpire they showed their appreciation by master both of ceremonies and the rendering "Rally Round the Flag" as game. If anybody supposed he they moved on their way. " wouldn't favor his own team that Mr. MiCAwniiK. man was badly mistaken. He gave the game to his club by a scoic of 11 m: 1:11 iia.ii. Workmen are getting along nicely to 18. NOTKS. with Mr. A. I). Taylor's residence on Main Street. Elizabethtown must have the umMr. Pert j Wcstejficld, clerk in pire. Taylor & Co.'s large dry goods store, Hob Walker made some long drives has bought Mr. Charlie Taylor's to right centet. house and will move his family from The visitois left for home on the Rochester soon. u p train yesterdaj'. Mrs. Fannie Hockcr, South What made umpire Weller's is visiting her parents, Mr. stick out so? and Mrs. Sam Sowders. Some very fine playing was done Mr. 15. D, Tilford has moved in his and some exceedingly yellow. new store. Dick is nn intelligent Pitcher Pate made balk after balk, young man and we wish him much but umpire Wellcr slid not a word. success. Miss Beul, ih Coots, who has been The Elizabethtown players were a visiting Ada Norris, Owensboro, re- fine set but their umpire, O, my; he turned home Friday. was indeed a daisy, Mrs. 15. D. Gufly, Hartford, was Umpire Weller kept his heavy the guest of Mrs. John T. Martin sack-coon all the evening, although Saturday. part of the time it was very hot. Prof. 15, R. Ray spent a few days The Eliabethtown boys have inin Morgantown last week. vited our boys to meet them in two Miss Mary Bell Sowders, who has games at the Eliabethtown Fair ih been in Morgantown several months, September. returned home Saturday. Several years ago the EliabethMr. J. B. Tichenor was in town town's came down and played the Sunday. Hartford's and as in the recent game Mr. R. P. Hocker and daughter, their umpire wns their most efiUive Virgie; Mrs. F. O. Austin and daughplayer. ter, Attic, and son, Claddie, left on Should the Hartford boys go to train Sunday morning for Eliabethtown they propose to trtke the World's Fair. White along to umpire. He will Miss Lestie Hays, Rochester, was Dr. be armed with a couple of in town Tuesday and Wednesday. a Winchester and abutcher-knifMiss Viola Pirtle is spending the week with Mrs. J. II. Nave. TI10 Sinn Jones I.wtnrc. Mr. S. P. Duncan, Union count', is IlarfonLand Ohio county will long visiting his sisters, Mrs. Gray and remember with pleasure the visit of Mrs. Ritigo. Rev. Sam Jones who came under the Miss Maymc Barnard, Louisville, auspices of the Hartford Lectiue visited in this place last week. Club. Mr. Louis Gcricks and little son, He. with his wife and daughter, arCharles, of Evansville, are visiting rived in town on Tuesday at 3 o.clock Mr. J. H. Nave's family. and stopped with Dr. Coleman and A crowd of young ladies and genfamily who entertained them during tlemen, of this place, attended the their stay. lie lectuied on Tuesday Ice Cream Supper at Prentis Saturand Wednesday nights and preached day night. It was given for the ben- on Wednesday and Thursday mornefit of the church, which has lately ings. been built. To attempt a description of the disMr. George Neal and wife, Louiscourses would be useless. They were ville, are. visiting friends nt this beyond all question the most pleasing, place. enjoyable, intellectual and spiritual Quite a crowd attended Sam Jones' treats ever heard in cur town. His meeting at Hartford Tuesday and lecture on Wednesday night and his Wednesday nights. free sermon on Thursday morning Prof. 15. R. Ray IcR for the World's being particularly acceptable to his Fair Saturday morning. audience. Bluimjvkd Ciiickiin. Immense crowd' attended each and every service, Our people will remHo IlrokoJiill. Henry Maddox, who has been con- ember the great man pleasantly and fined iu jail here for sometime, charg- profitably. A few will condemn, but the multitude will praise. ed with shooting with intent to Car-rollto- n, hip-iiock- et the-early e. IIM'M.V July 36. Rain, rain, and plenty of it, is what we want to see at present. Prol. Fielden is conducting a very progressive singing school at this llnoo Hull. Come to Hartford -- TO SEE THE- - i - if- ball? Moore is so good that is afraid to go with any one girl for fear he will hurt some other girl's feelings? Thatoneofthe most pleasant as well as the most popular young men in Hartford is none other than J. D. Edmonson? That G. T. Tinsley has already worn out one hand since he became a candidate. He is now shaking with the other? That a certain Little Miss, who is visiting in town, says she is the prettiest young lady that ever was in Hartford? I16 SPRING OPENING. OF Field's car of Buggies just from the Davis Carriage Company. C. L. He sell you 3 That John T. MONEY by Buying from HI JL Will a Buggy, Harness, Lap Duster and Whip from 60.00 will save you up to 73.00. The Davis Carriage Company has the reputa- tion of building the best Buggy for the money of any in Cincinnati. Factory ; So come and judge for yourself. v TOWN TATTLER. Little by little, inch by inch and ENTERPRISE HOTEJLi step by step Hartford is approaching the zenith of'her glory. Nearer and nearer she comes to complete success in aping the airs of her more fortunate contemporaries. Nobody, who for once has looked upon the current of River Rough, has for a moment rr-j w lit' tdonbted that it affords the most im 2S s3"aYiunj-- 4t HSEfffi'-opportunities for bathing purposes. And from tiiueimiuememorial the youngsters and the oldsters of the male persuasion, from springs gentle mme-Traf'Til nc: Rllw . zephyrs to autumn's icy winds, have m stirred its mud begirt bottom with thoir unclean feet. But Hartford is m&fcnot' satisfied to follow iu the old paths. She must and she will strike out into things new and' enticing. Her latest departure is a stunner. Some of the enterprising young misses, who have not more than l . reached their teens conceived the idea that it would be just the thing to follow the example of their brothers and "sweethearts and go bathing in the river. They donned their mother-hubbard- s and wended their joyoifs Nos. 234 to 242 East Market Street, Between Brook and Floyd Streets. vruy to the rippling waves. The boys were somewhat abashed at first to see the fair invaders but THE BEST $1,00 PER DAY HOTEL IN THE CITY OR STATE. they only moved up to the bridge and kept on their pants. And it is thus we move and breathe and have our being. The older sisters of these sweet things, who have started the bill, arc studying the question seriously and it nuy not be long ere we see them all the younger and the older, the lithe and the plump. the " Is it possible a Top Buggy with Silver - plated Bash Rail, Seat Rail, Handles, angular and the rounded in their Hub Bands and Shaft Tips, for above price t brightest and neatest bathing suits, wending their innocent way to the 5o rivet. And then the young men will 2 fall into line and then everybody else h and his wife and then, oh, then, we'll o enjoy all the delicious delights of the. ""I seaside. tc m 5rf iHppji a"r H 1 mW as r-- mm iSflw -i IP iff. fcrSffliiTllfflMfesnSip 1- mswmmm&Sm&Slw W F ? . "n JOHN SEARCY, Proprietor. $37.50 SOUTHERN QUEEN $37.50 ' (i Last week two sparrows at High-la-i- d Falls, New York, flew into the face of a man by the name of McClos- ky with such force as to knock him down. The birds weie killed by the shook. This was a case of "down went McClosky," instead of "down went McGmty." The author of the following, supposed to be a Kentucky editor, has glory waiting for him if he will only make himself known: The wind bloweth, The water floweth, The farmer Soweth, The subscriber owcth, And the Lord knoweth That we are in need of our dues; So come Before we go We are not As this thing of duuuiii' Gives us the everlasting blues. Notice. D ad t Write for our New 80 page Catalogue Address n ft of all kinds of Vehicles. CINCINNATI, THE SOUTHERN BUGGY - CO. OHIO. U. S. K kill, ;.fei'v LW.' N1IAVKRTOW.V w. r--v PV . ' r ly wheat. To purify, vitalize and enrich the We are very much in need of rain, blood, and give nerve, bodily and diand ifit doesn't come soon crops will Sarsa-pariltgestive strength, .take Hoods be badly injured. Continue the medicine after Rev. Walter Schell and family were every meal for a month or two and the guests of W. G. Dennett and you will feel "like a new man." The Bro. family Saturday and Sunday. merit of Hood's Sarsaprilla is proven Schell also filled his appointment at by its thousands of wonderful cures. the Chapel. Why don't you try it? Mr. H. C. Simmons and bride took Hood's Pills cure constipation. a bridal trip to Daviess county last r They are the best pillnd week. family cathartic, to nt- A. S. Dennett leaves a. after-dinneto-da- y Arirr llrrnkniNl July 25. Threshing is the order of the day. The crop is good, especial- made his escape last Saturday morning about 7 o'clock. By some means he had procured a file with which he had sawed the bars of his cell in two admitting him into the corridor. Saturday morning when Tailor Thompson carried the prisoners their was in his cell as usual and as Mr. Thompson went back after some water he left the lower door open as his custom, when Maddox escaped through the .hole he had sawed through the bars, slipped down stairs and made good his escape. As soon as Mr. Thompson discovered that Maddox was gone he made an effort to overtake him nnd bring him back, but Maddox had too far the start and is still at large. He to be a tough citizen and it is not likely that he will ever be break-fast-Madd- Len Elliott shot and instantly killed Dave Keunelly at Greenville last Both are colored. Sunday evening. The row came up in regard to Elliott's alleged mistreatment of his wife, Kennelley'.s sister. Marriage License: S. V. Boarth to Miss Lucretia Allen, C. T. Wilson to Miss Isabelle Mercer. At the June term of the Circuit Court in 18S8 Charley T. Wilson, of McIIcury, was indicted for disturb-- ' ing public worship, but has since Yesterday he dodged the officers. came to town to obtain license to marry and Sheriff Stevcus pounced down upon liim and the young had to give bond. fel-Jo- w Revival services will begin nt No Creek Church next Monday night, July 31. Rev. W. C. Wilson, bf Vine Grove, will assist. I learn that nn Ice Cream Supper is to be given for the benefit of Washington Church on my circuit. I wish to say if such is the case, it is without my consent or npproval. ' Hittnt to Hie WiirltlVi Fair. Call on agents of the I,ouisville, St. Louis and Texas Railway before purchasing your ticket to Chicago. Direct connection made with all lines via Louisville. Good service and best of attention shown to passengers. ,T. W. & For further information address H. C. Moitnuii, Asst. G. P. A., Ignorance of the merits of De Witt's Louisville, Ky. I Little Early Risers is a misfortune. a. m These little pills regulate the liver, cure headache, dyspepsia, bad breath, SEND tweve cents In postage constipation and hilliousncss. stamps to 39 Corcoran Building, WashI,. B. BEAJf. ington, D. C., and you will receive four copies of Kate Fie d's Washington, containing matter of special inbar- terest. Give name and address, and where you saw this advertisement. ly We will not card after next month. So bring on your w.pol at once. Ford Co. 5 l Yon can get Flour from $2.90 per rel and up at the Hartford Mills. Water W. A. Sciiull. BROWN'S MfililTTEHS l' Cum Indlecstlon, rU,' NmqajimM, and General Debility. Ffcrl- ,U&ire&hnienillt. AlldeaVnitUlt. Genidn lllllounb-B)p!llA.M- HUIItlUMfcllUUWViMIVtWWVHniBrv - y rv 1 u Ul At -- .i. .f Jm4 Jw , ', .1 i ' n - - ' ' ' i1 '' "- - .,- - y - Vv" Hi r T I I' IN. 1 y i 4 Hartford Republican WHO AY, J HA" 28, DARTHOLDI'S 18W1 STATUE. Even m motlicr, when tho IwlllRlit fulls, Willi flitmlnBcnndlo lilsliulmio licrliriul Peers fr im lior cottairo iloor nml f oflly call. tho gloom, Wavlnu her flaring light lo kuMo Ihrm home-- So Matuo from thy height tntilrst lliou-ert- 'iit Streams out one constant wclcomo o'er nml o'er While nllen serfs nml exiles rr'cii thy Unlit And lmll llh cubit lunula for freedom's chore. Their homes mo fuumled nn our prairies froc, Thcr build their fnnei within our mountains' thtiilo Or, soulhunnl, ne?tlo 'nenth tl o ornnuo tree, Kreo tonlilde here'er their feet hmoMr.iyed. No more. ie'-- tho tliiRlimlii!i cut deep Tho dinky lie sit of suprllcntlnir slave, No moro through t) press swnmps tho blood- hounds creep To hunt him to his master or his cravo. Tliouich black. though whlte.of high or low do. (tree, The linnd that feeds thy w ateh flro now Is free, Oreat, grand, mijestlc monument of love, A burning nltar by tho sounding sen Mlzpah linplorlnu Oml to Hatch nbove Uetneen oar tmnncr Mid the llcur-de-llIn Youth's Companion. Jn j n es UcrloltiTln(trlillilrctiliol(Hifnrliivotrftycil And nnitlvn to bear tln-l- shouts come through FANCHETTE. A (dip of a j,'irl with slim, young shoulders, childish form nml shy, rosy fnce half avoiding, linlf inviting thogiizo lni'rrorfl reflecting painted cell lugs hung in roses with a frieze of soft, rich carpets and laco hung bed wliero droning of Jacques had circled round her drowsy head. Sho saw her tiny satin shoes, subtly suggestive of Indolence and with n .touch of personality seeming to cling about them still as they lay discarded on thu white fur rug before tho scented Are. Her glance wandered to an open chest of nntlquo wood hard by, heaped up with tho choicest treasures of tho milliner's nrt. Heio a fan coquetted with an opera cioaK, tnero a (tniuty n.ui gown spreau its flimsy flounces over u Parisian bonnet laden with purple violets. Sho dropied a tear, sho burst Into a sob. Her woninn's henrt cried out nftcr nil this luxury. Her better naturo whispered Jacques' tmnio into her ear. Tho tear becamo as a rainbow touched by her smile. Sho turned and fled, crying. "Tho world is well lost for love, my Jacques! I come! I como!" In the old familiar trystlug spot at last, waiting for her lover, sho echoed thoso words. Sho crouched down nnd kied tho turf and tlio star eyed mar-- 1 guerites nnd laughed to herself softly and gleefully. Sho heard his step at last. Sho nroso with a new shyness born of her fresh beauty and her solemn joy. shining" TWO NEGRO ST0RIE8. That Arn To 1. 1 hy Congressman Allcll bail Aro Until (limit. Congressman John Allen, tho bubbling in great hvuiorlst from Mississippi,-i(i or in Washington circles, for ho generally has a bright story nt his tongue's end. He was regaling a crowd of friends with somo southern stories, and ntuoiig them wns tho ono which follows, ono of the fow stories of Allen's thnt has not s e i "Jacques!" "What, Fnnchetto! You! What! Fanchette in tho rags of tho turkey girl';" ho stammered. "Oh, yes, Jacques, yesl Tho turkey Rufus with: girl, Fanchette, whom you lovo. Not "Now, Undo Ruf, If you will bring this wis Fanchette. Fnnchetto Ilugot they culled her in tho lady Fanchette ever again! I am back that side meat nnd promise 1:10 on tho Biblo that yon will never steal antho village, wliero old Mother Hugot yours, Jacques, yours!" Ho dropped his hat from his hand. His other thing eft" this plantation I will let wns well known. But Fnnchetto shook you go. Furthermore, yon will havo to her heart. Kho wns no kith mid kin of tugged face paled and his lips quivered. Sho thought his joy unmanned him. sign n paper promising on your solemn JIme. Hitgot, that sho knew, nnd. Jacques Hi put both bauds over his faco and know it nldo Jacques, with his bonny honor never to steal again." Undo Rufus hesitated for a moment. brown lirnd nnd bright, bold fnco and stood so, abashed before her dewy eyes. "Malm John," said he, "IV.o willin to grny nttirc, which inurked him of tho She brushed his hands with her red lips and whispered to him: gib you back do sido meat. Yes, sail, better class; JunpicH, who loved her "Look up. my Jacques! Surely you I'll do dat. I'll do dat; but, now, look lietter than sho loved tho turkeys which will spuik to your own Fanchette? Oh, heah, Mahs John, you can't spect mo to bho tended, and swore that every dark sign away my lights." hair of her head under the red turb.m tie, friend Jacques, tears for joy, Methinks that is worthy of a was precious to him. Allen a generons ways mado hint very Jacques' father called her the little woman. Wh.it! Will you not look at popular with tho old tiuio negroes, nnd turkey tender anil threw her a coin me? They say that I am great! changed frequently ho wns called upon, without a beauty, Jacques, your littlo Fnnfrom Ids carriago ns ho passed. But expectation of compensation, to defend Fnnchetto treasured tho coins nnd mado chetto! Are yon not glad?" them In suits for pilfering. On ono ocShe was sobbing and laughing and casion a colored preacher of tho neighhernclf more beautiful in her lover's eyes with her finery ribbons that matched clinging to him, tho moon showing her borhood wivs on trial for stealing somo dimples, and her soft, quiveri.ig lips, poultry from a neighbor. Tho preacher tho bluo of her eyes nnd loses that rivaled and her new great beauty to 1.1m in a protested his innocence, and Allen mado the carmino of her dewy lips. When Jacques took her in his nrnig maddening way. Her hair fell around a very able defense for him. nnd told her that ho loved her and lot him, l.cr warm arms were laid upon his Tho evidence, however, was very tho light of his beautiful eyes shine in shoulders, sho was leaning against him, strong against tho parson, nnd Mr. Allen hers, sho forgot tho whole world just for delicious in her womanly gladness. But saw that his client would probably bo that ono moment. She forgot to wonder he did not touch her after tho first convicted. Ho whispered to him after caress. Ho dropped upon ono thocasouad gone to tho that God should let his creatures snffer jury and told kneo at litr feet and laid his faco against him lo prepare to meet tho wors. Tho eo; that ho should dlstributo blessings her hand. Sho forgot that old so unequally. pieachcr was a shrewd old fellow, but Their star on high looked down upon ho could not just seo how ho was going Mother Hugot was n hard mistress nnd benignly. forgavo her tho bruises on her poor body them to get out ef tho scrape. Tho jury wns "Look, Jacques, look our stnr! Do out only a few minutes, nnd tho preacher nnd tho unkind words sho used toward her. Sho mounted into heaven when not kneel to me, my own Jacques, do ost nil hope. After tho jury had tnken Jacques put his arms about her and sho not, I pray! See, it is smiling at us it their teats uud tho foreman was becould lean her head for n moment on his is happy, too. Tho year is past, is past, ginning to road tho verdict tlio old Jacques, let us thank tho good God to- preacher jumped up from tho seat uud broad shoulder. But these- opportunities weie seldom gether. But first will you not kiss me? bawled out: granted her for sinking her soul in Lethe. Am I to siio for it, then? Dear friead, "Yii hoinh. I'no" Thero wcro cows to milk, nnd tho pigs to do not givo way thus. I am here, closo "fcit said tho court, end turnbeside you, Jacques. I will never, never ing to tho attorney, "What docs tho feed, and tho turkeys to tend, .Hid when you now, love, unless you bid me prisoner mean?" leave fcho could finally slip nwny to her lover whistling impatiently round tho corner go?" "Yo" hou.ih," persisted tho prisoner "I bid you go." of the lano she had but n few moments "I tnovo dat di-- co't do adjou'n." Tho voice was hoarso, agonized with to sparo frcin her inNtre&s, who was Im"Well," replied the court, somewhat patient tho instant tho girl was out of deathly anguish in its modulations. annued, "how do you expect tho court "Jacques!" her sight. to ad join n?" r, They used to watch tho moon como up "I am married!" "Because." continued the "a Ho caught her, held her to him ns her motion to adjou'n is always in ordah, sometimes, round and fiery mid glowing in tho soft wnrm bky, nnd Jacques would eves closed and cursed himself. sail." Indianapolis Journal. "Fanchette, Fanchette, look up nnd claim n kiss for every star that appeared A .Mean JoKcr. in tho heavens ns they watched. Ah, listen! My God, I hate myself! I niar-ntItosaiuoud Caitier six months ago. Somo men liy to bo funny on a very Fnnchetto loved tho stars! Ono shono into her little casement at night, and she I thought you would not como back. small margin. "Aro you going to tho World's fair:" nlways thought of Jacques when she saw Father influenced mo" asked ono Detroiter of nnother, meeting "Don't!" Fnnchetto wild. it, nnd his kisses seemed to her again laid Sho seemed more beautiful than ever him on Woodward avenue. on her lips ns sho fell asleep with her eyes when she stood up again. But Jaques "No." fixed on tho distant light. could not bear to look at her. "No? Well, you ought to." Fnnchetto was very faithful to Mother Sho slipped away from him over tho Hugot, who grumbled nt having to keep "I thought so myself until two weeks grass towaid Mother Hugot's house. ngo." her and called her shiftless and u "Come to our house, Fanchette," ho "You should not havo changed your But F.mchetto knew from mind. IiV an education to go there. I'm tho tiny gold locket around her neck and pleaded. from tho embroidery on a bit of a gown But sho shook her head, lifted the latch going, and you'd better go with me." Mother Hugot had shown her that slip and went in. "I don't caro to go again." was Jacqnes' equal nt least, and sho al"Again?' Sho is tho turkey tender once again. "Yes. I'vo been. Went two weeks ways looked for a delivery to come to Sho sees Jacques' wilo roll by in her her in somo guiso or other. Every morncarriage. Sho is humble nnd patient, ngo. Got back yesterday. That's why I changed my iniiiil nbout going." ing when sho arose sho would say, "Perbut sho prays tho old prayer no moie. haps today my deliverer will como," nnd Then ho laughed. Detroit Freo Press. All that remains of tlio past are the every night when sho went to bed sho stars, and on calm nights wl, u she Nrarly Hit It. pr.tyed, "God, I thnnktheo that lam yet looks out of her window sho still fancies Sirs. Hayeeed What does this mean ulive, for I know thou wilt send mo a as she weeps herself into troubled dreamon your i itco's card what lives in th great blessing tomorrow." land that Jacques is once again claimcity'f So when tho fairy godmother finally ing a kiss for every star in the crowded Mrs. Meadow Sho bald that meant did nrrivo Fnnchetto was tho least surheavens. Exchange. sho was at homo to her friends Thursprised of nny of tho village. days. When Jacques met her that evening llim I'rciicli ('rliiilii.il Kncn Doutli. "Only Thursdayb? What does bho do in tho lane, ho laid his head down against Abbo Faure, Tho of with tho rest of her timer" her to hide his faco, out of which tho is convinced that tho majority "I'm mho I don't kuow, but I guess gay light had faded. do not tremble when they sco the fatal from her talk sho bnendj most of it in in"You aro going nwny," ho cried, "to kuito before them; they are "electrified" telligence oflices." Xew York Weekly. be n great lady. You havo a title; you and appear unconscious. One woman, will livo in a palace. I, poor Jacques, however, distinguished her.self by skip1'ncliiB Temptation. what shall I do? I think death would ping up to tho iihimmciiug blade uud "Does you heah mo talkin, Brer John-eon?- " not bo diftleult." Sho had to bo dragged away kissing "I shall come back, Jacques, in a year by bruteit. force and strapped on to tho "I heahs yon!" they have promised me that and then being livid with rago at the in"Well, Bull. I'm ergwino tcr cross dat wo can bo married if you nro waiting terruption of her oscillatory devotion. fenco en git down on my knees in dat for mo still. Pal ting is but a tctt of Paris Letter. watermelon patch en btaydar twel 1 giti true love. Don't givo your kisses oi religion!" Atlanta Constitution. your lovo words to other girls to make VM'IOKY. tho time Kpced faster, my own Jacques. A Hvru DIiiIIkiiciI. July so. I thought, as I had not If I feel that you aio all my own in deed Littlo Gracio (inaiiout) Oli.mamina, nnd In thought, thero will bo no sting in seen any thing in your paper front teacher told an awful lio today. the sadness of our parting." this place for some time, that I would Mamma Why, Grade, what was It? Jacques lifted up his head. Tho moon send you a few items. Grade She said that Lincoln was a camo up lightly over the Into limo tiees story teller. Yankco Blade. Miss Alice Bowman and Miss Mat-tintid shono upon his boyish face." "I promise," ho said, solemnly lifting Luce, of Ilartfotd, weie out cart lor All. his hand on high, and then ho drew her driving yesterday evening. dark head against his shoulder and The prayer meeting in this neighpreyed her lips with his own. "In a year from tonight I will meet borhood is progressing nicely. you ltd c. Oh, Fanchette, my lovo, my irTt-- 7 ywiVMJ OA"iC Miss Maiy Likens visited her sister, own, you will not fail me';" i "Never, Jacques, if I como to rag. 1 Mrs. Uilla Black, yesterday. will keep my word. If I como to a beg: The sohool in this district will have gar, still 1 will meet you here." a good teacher Miss Alice Bowman, "Kenicnilier our star, Fanchette. EvSadie An revoir. You know what ery night I will look for it, nnd when who will begin the first of September, you nro to bring back? you bco its lays you will know your Miss Kuiina Hinics and Miss Ivn Ho (in tho distance) Oh, yes. A ring. Jacques is dreaming of you and praying ilaudo (at her feet) Tell him to get Martin went to Ilorton on a pleasure for your return." three, Truth. When tlio suu chased the bhadows trip Wednesday. from tho earth next morning, Fanchette They ate aiming to have a protractItnllj faille U A.R. was many miles away. b'ifty veterans will see the World's to a palatial homo. She ed meeting nt this place in August. She went gowned herself in satins and saw herIf the wind does not change I Pair ns the guests or the New York self bedecked with jewels. Sho grow There will be special Pullman we will have a wedding 'soon. PreiS. more fair than a poet's dream, and sho think Mr. Milton Black, a popular young I'alace Cars full of them enroute to danced with nobles and was attended by aristocratic dames. inait of this neighborhood, left Sun- -' Chicago early in October. The New She was still Fanchette, and nt night day for Indiana, where he will remain York I'ress proposes to send to the sho looked nt tho star she loved and a few months. He will be greatly World's Fair as its guests lifts Union murmured the prayer of her childhood's Ardays. Every heartbeat was for Jacques, misled by the young people of this Veterans, menibcts of the Oraud my Posts, who are to be selected by Hi.uk Chickhn. smilo for neighborhood. overy tear for Jacques, every the Sunday 1'iess. This pioposition Jacques. Sho know not if ho were dead A Itciiiiril ol s.ioo or living. When sho was of age, at tho is made ns an evidence of the esteem for any case of RheuWill be given end of tho year, then sho would know. and gratitude in which the J'icss Her beauty expanded. Her eyes were matism which cannot be cured by deeper, her form rounder, her skin Druinmond's Lightning Remedy. The holds the men who inipeiiled thier tinner, with n glow like polished marble. proprietors o not hide this offer, but lives to save the nation, Sho entiled her head with a saucy tilt, Knch of the chosen veterans will bo her lips melted into smiles, her checks print it in bold type on all their cir- the guest ol the l'rcss flout the moThey called her Fanchette culars, wrappers, printed matter and dimpled. ment the train leaves New York until the lovable. through the columns ol newspapers its return, and the journey will be When 1 1 months had passed, sho put It will uoik wonders-o- ne everywheie. her arms about her newly found father. timed to include a full week's sobottle curing any ordinary case Sho murmured Jacques' uamo with an journ in Chicago, with all expenses intonation like a ringdovo in her voico, If the druggist has not got it, he will paid, indcluding the daily entrance and a frown corrugated tho old man's order it, or it will be sent to any to the giouuds of the exposition. handsome brow. Ho flung her aside. by expiess on uceipt of price, "Ingratol" ho cried stormily. All (). A H. veterans in good standFnnchetto kissed him sadly nnd crept together with spieial instructions for ing are elligible. They may come away. Just nt that moment sho longed use. Drummond Medicine Co,, S.,so from any town, city, State or Territofor thu btarlighfed laud, tho coins that Maiden I.aue, New York. Agents ry over which the Stars and Stripes Father lindeau throw to tho poor turkoy driver and tho curses of Mother Hugot wanted. proclaims its government. with aheurUlckuess that terrified her. The seclectiou of the favorites will Sho never mentioned Jacques' nmiie be made on the ground of popularity, T.ADIKS ugnin. Sho stole from her homo one or r)illlren llit uniit building their popularity to le voted night at the hour of 12, Sho paused be- Kcolltig a tonic .liuillil tnWe IIIKIWX'.S IHON IILTTKBh. yond in tho corridor nnd gavo onoglunco printed in every issue of the Sunday Iinllucf-Uni- t It Ii ileiiAiit t InVe, 'ret lalrl, liehind at tho luxury wrapped neat .sho A11i1caU'ILci.'IU. iiikI llllluuiiiVM. I'ress. .,id ijuittciL Sho saw t.ho tfilded panels, invol-nntary j j pri.-oned bas-cule seemed to bo beyond nil remedy. Ho wns r.iTCsted time nnd time again for stealing articles from tho place of his employer. Mr. Allen finally giew tired of attempting to reform Ida old servant, nnd ho had him arrested for stealing a big pleco of side meat from tho plantation btorohome. It was the Intention to have tho beivant servo out a brief tiiuo in tho county jail for tlio offense, with tho hopo thai tho imprisonment would check him in his habit of stealing. Tho old man pleaded hard with tho "young mahstah" to bo released and recalled nil tho favors r.nd kindnesses ho had shown Mr. Allen when that dignltnry wns still a boy. Allen begun to weaken on tho lino of this argument and was about to release tho servant on tho strength of his past services. Ho turned to Undo gotten Into print: Allen unit unployed on Ins plnco an old noam servant who In times before tho war was tho property of tlio con gressmnu's father. Old Undo Rufus suffered frequent and ungovcrnablo of kleptomania attacks that One reason why Scott's Emulsion of Pure No wegian Cod Liver Oil and Mypophosphites of Linis. and Soda has had such a large sale is because it is "Almost as palatable as milk;" but the best reason is that its curative properties are unequalled. It cures the cough, supplies the waste of tissues, produces flesh and builds up the entire system. Hcotl's Emulsion Good w euros Coughs, I'm-far- ji'va ovj rette mr ootj WE5JNQ WE PrtAISE roFpure CLAIRETTE FOR IT WAS STOOD T.HS TEST, prt' V 'OFALL T.E SOAPS "OtfB 'GllHSJIAVE 1MB Coidn, Consumption, Scrofula, and all Anaomlo and Wasting Dlaoaooc. Provonta wasting In chllclron. Ali::o us tiulntuble ax lullli. Get only lite genuine. Tori. by Scott lc llowne, Chemists, Now Uuld by nil Druggist. Scott's Eknubion WMEV ,. WISTAIHBANKS IS T.HE PEST. URCIOWES SMEU SWIE?,0yU$NWE6 AMD SfflCJIT f3 TflE MUSE rSClEAN KO WONDER KfflBflNK'S CLAIRETTE SOAP FILLS HOUSEMAIDS WW TJEHGHT, J nnd Onlum Habltn l I In- - Ulnil. In I III' (' ST. LOUIS. &Aft64IRBANK 8uC0.... curnliu I.una Island and the center b'nll overhang the Cave ol the winds, which rr3maMli M.WixiM.l'.V.M.P. AlUa.'.-l.C;OUcUlJOjUilU'jWlht. on the return to (,oat Island is leached by the Riddle Stairs, one of the ai landmarks of the place. The Cave of the winds, to my thinking, LjuhTilb, 31, Mi & $w lihiy, jjtves the most thrilling experience of the trip, nnd is well worth the trouble scnnnui.i: in imtitt xnv.i, lsat. Nu..VI, .Vi.M, of donning a cave suit and makWKSI'ltnl'M). lull). lull). ing the long ilciviil of the winding ,v. l.niilrllli' ' '.'1 T: l." ii. in. 1. in. (or the stairs. These stairs :ue Irce S'lln, in. 7:20 p. in lVM Point llriimlt'til'iirx 'Ja,. hi. .07 p. in. one the public, but use of I n. in. p. m. Irviin.l.Hi dollar is charged for the costume and tn J:l t. in. 'J.J1 p. in Si..i'ii.s.tl 10:4 1. tn. 'i.tr.p.in. a guide for the cave. At ficqiicut in(ImiTpnit 11 II. i. in. in I" p III. lliw.Millc tervals small parties of the most groIVMn.ii'. i p.iii I.i'i"nit tesque figures' enietge fioni the pavilIM'ip in. 11:11 n, in. Uwinlrn l.iu p in, l'..Vip in, s'mti.ti' ion on ihe bluff, clad in weird combil:v.'.p. ii. U20h. hi. nation of rubber coats, flannel bloom- - Ar. Hi'Pili'rf.Mi Nn. W, Nu.M, Crs, and felt slippers, and after wind I'u'y luily. IMI'IUII'MI. ing down the declivity, follow a nar- l.. lliinlT'on illi.m, :i:l,'.p. in "..I n. In. u'u, p. in. SMI1,' row fojt path to the very edge of the elJ. DIUVKU, .Manager. OnpiMto City Scales. t.'.'.'.p i.i, 0tii.'rn American Fall, lleie the guide takes Repairing nml Wnlo work ns flu ap ns anybody, ti:tltty considcictl. Otua m. 5.Mp. in I.olport 11.3.1 n. in. ft.lil p. in I'HO.M $:i.i LP. llnuiMitle coiuui md an leads the way over a (!ivo ns a call. JirUtlliS I'paintiiij iltiiopruiiiiitK'. tci'ln. in. Wlf in. rio.'ri"rt fragile wooden staircase sttting Iroin Stppht'ti-pnrl'l'fr' h. in. .!'. p. in. rock to rock in the very face of the It ill :. in, 7:''. p. 1, '. Iiwi.'.ui ltninHc nl.tirj? torrent. The spray eddies and whirls lt:tMn. m, "Ml p in. W.- -t 1'n.ia If.O. p. in. 8 OS p. iii, -about the queer figittes often dashing 1.'" p. in. 0 is p. in. FTC r. I.ni-til!- c ?,&&CiBMMMPRBi&J over them with a blinding force, but t tlll'.o .ilil.it Tllll Vn.Sl nml Nn. with the sun at die r.ght angle, a e KjraMxxnrammmmwmmm" u3s IrMldtll l"iniilt) i . , pu.i, ttiM. t n, i. is I'll J.um circle dances villi', II ir I'ti'tiiirvr rainbow in a p.rfv-c- t w't toni .:. I!., i"mi . "t Ut,l,vl. U I along in front tanning one of the tar-es- t l.lll.l , ,,ll II. . M USI'U:, ..!.' r . and mo.st hcnu.iiul oi natural I'll.-narro.v phcuouicuns. pith sooiulis.ipj'cars beneath :lu-- i ills, and it is a b;eathles nio.ue.it wii;u, follo.viug the gltiiL' al.mg tat: f&r l :H w'.n'wRriir . ledge, it M.i'ius as If all Niag ira niu.st TK ifCZ' ' VVnti i ft$rn l ' in. i. fi i.c - ,"i iUL. tint tt it be u pi in us. tktsoi "fera:F3?C3 n u- - le-n- olvVN 1 -i 1, rSQSICPFEflFr.!' S- lo-k- liAi itifaf I ri The pasigu tin h r the l'all.s is lrj(r;'i1. SfniniKM,!1 u !J-- e t irrso isriun M.n quickly accnuip'.ishel. nnd the 5c DrujjUte. akh',t& bi AYWj..C c."plo,r soon emerge, dripping and out of brvalii, but with an absolutely novel .sensation lo their credit. The trip .sluhij Irouglit with CENTUAI. CITY, KY. danger, but with a guide and ordinaR. R. .'AXON. FROFRlTOf?. ry care it is quite "nt". a?ddeutsatthe lias just linen rwi'iired and nnvlv Cave ol the Winds being of rare oc- euaeuce. . Alter once more teaching furnUIied. Locateil cloe to Depot. the pavilliou on the blufl', and rcsuiu-ini- r ' (lood meals oi 1: Clivo ones iiromior raiment, visitors ,l a rlu' with a highly orna- aie mental certificate, tcstilying to the fact of their visit. I PfMtrjiatt it i t uir. 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