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FOURTH COHORESSIOMAL DISTRICT, .,25 Per Annum, la Adruci, VOL. YJ, NI:AKCIII.(J KOItalOlt. nv cakkii; l'. imn:aii,. Sweet little lic&sic went toaniiii (lay, HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1893. nnd preparations were made for the game. It was agreed, that the driver should deal the cards, and Hart insisted that the half doen passengers should stand up in a row 20 paces away, so that he might detect any atThe teacher tempt nt treachery. seated herself on n mailpouch that Hart dragged out for Ihatpurpose.aud with his rifle testing across his lap he settled himself on one knee a shoit distance from her. The cauls were dealt in the regulation style for stud poker, nnd H irt's eyes glowed with exultation when the last card was thrown to him, lace up the rulcis "You'll loose the kiss," he said, "for here is nnother five." He turned up the first card, which was another five, and showed another. "Three fives!" he shouted in deGAPT. NO.l. otic o ffm iffJ Contentment The dear little golden haired child, Deep in the fore it, with noae to protect From the beastM of the woo.ls ritiiiiiiirf wild. Ki?(Sr- - --T, tiff aVP h- - nre only possllilo with perfect health. Tho rapid advancement In medical Bclcnco now permits tho preparation of medical compounds whoso uso in a jruaranteo to success. Ono of tho best known and most popular at tho present day Is Dr. Tenner's Kidney nnd Backache Cure. So certain is It to brinjr prompt and permanent relief In all kidney and bladder complaints, femalo wcaUnCRhcs, pravel, lame, sore- or acli-luback, nn well as in all blood discuses, hIcIu rruptimiN, scrofula, swell luffs, dyspepsia, dropsy, headaches, seuso of weariness or drowsiness, etc., that it has Ion); been sold money refunded if Hatisfnctlou not p;iren. Could anything' bo fairer? Costu nothing to try it. TaUo a bottlo homo jr to-da- S&I and happtntu r On, on she ran though knee deep in flowers, Afar through dark hedges she tiod "I's not hunting flowers," she lisped in despair, "I's hunting I's hunting free, for God. Sweet little Dessie, light hearted and How void of all sorrow and strife, Yet filled with a desire to win and to see The Master of Man and of Life. a dwell, So patient, so humble and meek. Hessie, brigiif nngol, thy purity proves You have what you earnestly seek, For deep in thy soul thy S ivior doth light: "You did well sir," said the teacher, -- but I have got another seven spot here, and I believe that three of these are better than your fives." She turned up the "roll" card, and sure enough it was a seven spot. She had got two sevens ninong the "open" or faceup cards. Hart was set back for an instant but when he reali.ed that he had been faitly beaten he smiled, and helping the teacher to her feet said: "Gentleman, I've lost a mighty big stake Come up hear, one at a time, and get what belongs to you out of that hat." The passengers joyfully obeyed the order. Hart retained their firearms. In a few moments the passengers the trail with a dash. were going-uWhen the story of the schoolteacher's pluck was told at Nevada City, the citizens presented her with ahand- gold watch, and the express company gave her n cheek for $1,000. The btavcTwomau still lives in a prosperous Nevada town, where she become the wife of a prominent lawyer. All the talk in the world will not convince you so quickly as one trial f I)e Witt's Witch Hael Salve for scalds, burns, bruises, skin afiectiou and piles. I. H. UKAN. ONE DOLLAR The sun now setting so low in the west, Found Hessie still searching for God, "I's tired," nnd at last the wee curly head Drooped low on the cold dewy sod. Morning in splendor awoke to the world And still Hessie lay on her bed, So cold, so drear, but unconscious she -- EVERY HOUR carir.! by nnv one o( cither icx In any nl thu country, ufin l Mlllltip luuairk Imlua. trloiuly nl the riiinlnjimiit ulilili lie furiilah. Ilir labor Is light nnl pltuf int, nnd aoti mil no llak whatever. Weill joii out omnia ta,aii that aou run ((lie tlio liiuiiu.a tilril ullln.iit li)ourrr. For Ihosu t illluit-l- iln uullttlonork, tlal Is llm jrniniUt oiler mi. If. inn work nil tiny, or hi tltu i miln onl If uti nre am. i!tnl, ami liHii'it few-- uri- - Imttr nt jonr ilia. ).al, utlliio tlirtii, uihI mill to jottr Inrtiin., tiur liusliii'aa iilll nut Inlirfirr nt nil. lutiwlll U) Atii.i7til un thf MtrC nl tin rtjiiillty nml aaai1' liy which )uu .'inii-- a ilull.ir tiui ili.lljr,ilylliriinl ilia nut. I.raii IctJnhir mi um aiitljn)iu thu Mrat linnr. Any line c.iti run Un t'liainrsa none on alionlil try iioHi'iir ,( tall. until on nv fur youraalf what ton a nil ilo nt tin imalneM lvhlili mo infer. No capital rl'ki-.lWomt'ii aire fr.iiid workirs; mmitiU) tliaviuake na much la riHlljr She had lound her God ln'' she was dead. SHE HAD THREE SEVENS. Black Bart and n. Protty Sohool Ma'am's Gamo ot Pokor. Mac Waits I In- - ltollicrs I'liaiiila'r Tlav Once I'll moils Mutliitnlli (I ll I In H ail 1'iatllairailit inial ,ps alalia in la liny ulniiiM in tlila tiiifliii-ai- , ailatiiitl to them. Wrlh' nt unci )oura)f. A. I. In, a II. II i.i,i:i r i. I!u KXII, n It loo nml sie fur Vi a lliaixl, CO. Mcu llllrt Olal lilnlr.v .lima nml I'iM'li'.a oullli lis' Ncrscil Ills Torni. DKTHOIT si n. t - t I- the mountain roads He served his term at Sail Uuetitiu and swore to live ilibieattcr an honest life. So far as known lie has kcpt his oath, but as heis getting old nnd prosecution for his early offenses is barred he no longer denies a k ktiu.i, i,... i aroi.anil s 5 entbusincsj conducted lor MoorraaTi rets, t many of the robberies imputed tohiui. U. 8 joun Orricr.jemre patent In lesi pavcNTOrncc is He had little education, but poslime ttia.ii those J i anil c ran a f cmrte f rom W aahlcitlon. t model, arawms cr pnoio., j semi We nlvine, if patchiabla orwna ncrip-of', sessed a queer whim for versifying not, lice Jtlon. Jcbtrco. Our fee not duo till patent U tccureiL ii and often left little vciscs in mail J A PMfiitCT, "UowtnOhtaln I'atcnu," withi! sacks he had robbed. Oneruus thus: JcbU of nmc In the U, S. and furcigucounltlei; r tent free Address, I'm sorry I spent my time Kipping up this mail; I didn't find money enough t Orr, pATriNT Ornct. Washington, D. c. J To buy n meal for a quail. He had a flash of chivalry, too, nnd one story in illustration of it is told WHEN YOU GO TO 0WENSB0R0 as in the St. ton is Hlnck Hart rides iio more. "i-Or-os- rrt jC.A.SMOW&CO. - Globe-Democr- -- CAM. O.- N- Si" L. n miles northeast of Sacramento, and the guard by the driver was dozing in the heat of the sun. Inside the coach wcte seven passengers, among whom was a young woman bound for Nevada to teach school. She was good looking and plucky. She had been a teacher four years in the mining districts of the west, and she was thormx rjutssou-ajiz'iisnoughly acquainted with the customs Moil Arlintic Work, For the final and midst of any she or tlijc. Frof erica St. Sftce! of the rough element in the m37 which she lived. The other passeninland Uh. gers were business men and speculators. The coach was passing a huge rocky mole when the noose ot 11 lasso fell ocr the guard and he was jerked to the ground. At the same instant a voice from the rocks ordered the driver to stop the horses and hold up his hands. The driver obeyed without a protest. The passengers stuck their heads through the coach doors just in time to receive an invitation from the voice among the rocks to step down and line up with theirhands over their The order was promptly heads. obeyed. When they were in line, lllack Hart, holding a revolver in and the lasso in the other, M stepped out from among the bowlders nw V Li . , n rf.MIMi' J. i Col ila.Ccnithior Throat, 0rtrap.In2. , V.'hooi'lnz Congbi Bronchltta and Aaih-.and came down to where the coach ,t i i 'in vuro for Conaumptioa In first ttbgts, aiu stood. p k'ire relief In advanced itagea. Uae at once. V i Trill t fi ctnllent ettcct after taking tbi The guard was bound and the pasf ,.l dear. Eold by dtalert everywhere, --alje Ut'lca 19 ccnti and $1.00, sengers relieved of all their light valuables in scarcely more time than' it takes to tell it. Then Hart apologised handsomely to the lady for putting She her to so much inconvenres. smiling rejoined: "Don't worry yourself, Hart. It was no inconvenience at all." "You know me?" said Hart. "I've heard you described so often that I feel pretty well acquainted with CURES NOTHING BUT PILES, you," replied the school teacher. The highwayman appeared to feel A SURE and CERTAIN CURE flattered, "I admire your spunk," known for 13 years as tho BFT he said. "Most women faint when REMEDY FOR PILE&. fwpir by BltlliRDSOX nCDICHI! CO., 8T. MCK. the see me." "I never saw a man yet that I'd faint for," replied the woman to the horror of her fellow passengers, who were afraid she would auger Bart and Sctentiflo American drive him to some desperate end. A Agenoy forj & second or two later they were stricken dumb with amazement when she said: "Bart, I'll bet you that I can beat you one deal at stud poker. If I CJiaOAVEATB, don't, you may kiss me. If I do you TO. TRADB MARKS. HI must let this coach and its passengers Ci.SiWwW DESIGN PATENTS. COPYRIGHTS, ato. go on with their property without For Information nnd f rco Handbook avrtto to MUNN & CO.. ilol llllllADIVAT, Ntw Voinr. further trouble. Will you do it?" Ohleat bureau for reuurlnif natonta In America Kvery nntetit ihkimi out tir 11a la brnuolia. hnrurn The proposition staggered Bart for the puCllo by a notlco slven f rco o( chorgu la tho an iustaut, but he recovered himself; FritntifiaC and laughing heartily said: "Waal, tareeat circulation of any tclentlflo paper In tho miss, you beat any ' woman I ever world. tllustratoil. No Intelllgout HrtaiJIdlr mail ahoMd bo without, It. Weekly. aj;.(,l, came across before. I never kiss a year l.V)lx months. Addrem IHINN k CO, VuiiLiaULiid, atll Uroadwuy, Mow York City, woman unless she's willing, but if you want to take them chances I'll giviu' play you, but I rcckon-you'r- e l'lllt I)) rtl'Hl'NIA me the best of the bargain. Ve llroavn'ia Iron lllttcra. Niyalcliuu locommenit It." The woman intimated that she, was All dimlors lit'P It. Il.iw iur liotllo. acnuine really anxious to play for thosestakes nmt iwl lliica on wmppcr, tax . one-hanri-ei. C.Theo.Cain, follows: The coach lor Nevada was about 25 TABLE pytKEYE I1LC i s. y. i'iu:ss. Mugwump papers are begiuing to aliscuss the question whether the present depression will last three years or not. From the point of view of those who believe the present depression is due to contemplated free trade. legislation, we may be entering upon three or more years of financial depression, disaster and industrial ruin. This depression will only be removed by a return of the Republican party to power in i8o6,but it may be in part averted by the election of a Republican House of Representatives a ycrtr from next fall. The l'rcss, far from rejoicing over the condition of affairs brought about by the advent of the Democratic party sincerely hopes the Mugwump organs It are right in their conjectures. hopes that the repeal' ot the so called Sherman law will restore confidence, unlock hoarded money, increase the consumption of commodities, light the banked fires ol our mills, start the now silent machinery of our factories and give employment to the thousands who will otherwise be objects of charity in our centers of industrial activity during the coming winter. No political advantages would, in the estimation of the Tress, be equal to results so devoutly' looked for as these. If the present conditions are entirely due to the lack of a staple currency the country will soon find it out. The opportunities for wise Democratic financial legislation will be boundless after August 7. The question will be tested, not only the next Presidential election, but before the election for members to If the Congress. the Forty-fourt- h panic is all over with before these elections so much the better for the country or the party in "power. In that event Mugwump organs may rest assured that the Press will gladly give credit vvhercver it may be justly due. The glory of political victory, the satisfaction ot the "we told you so," arc expensive luxurious wnen purchased by the distress of financial institutions, the ruin of prosperous industries and the cries of starving labor for work and bread. Never mind the wicked Republicans. It ought not to take a great amount of discernment to realize the fact that for the moment they nre not in it. The field is open The for Democratic statesmanship. people of the country nre expectant. There never was such an opportunity. Go ahead, gentlemen, and straight en matters out. ThaUis the plain Knglish of the situation. be-fo- Tlav Time I'aar Ailtnii. eye by darkening thc lashes. Not PROFESSIONAL (JARD. only arc all these preparations dangerous to the health of the eyo, but il lay 11 Hj iiallciiln aal lie nils i:in p any kind of coloring matter, unless las I'rUuli-i'i-l.oiiiloiwrsliinct applied by an expert, is so obvious as S. II MAIll'.IUlV I.N CIIICAC.O I,i:i)('.l,lt.j to tender the would-b- e dimmer nn o:ATTOHE? AT William Kidd was born in Scotl md absurd object. and married Sarah Wott, of new Wtk. The eye should never be violently HARTFORD, KY. Several men of London, England, rubbed, aud no should be subscribed money, formed' a joint Jus, ,N. iJloiin, employed to itducc inflammation .I.N. II. WcaldhiK. stock company, bought the Advenj cept one that has been prescribed by ture Galley, fitted her with the proper GLENN VWEDDING, armament, and provisioned lur at a Captain Kidd requested that he nn oculist. The woman who squints should They should be taken us n piisoner to His cost of six hundred pounds. IIAIITFOKD, KY. employed Mr, Kidd as. commander pauiola to bring back the (juc'lah never rest satisfied until she has sub(OIHic, over Anderson' llnzaar.) and furnished him with a commission Merchant. To this' refusal of Heliuotil mitted the infirmity to to the inspecWill practico their profession in all to act against the French and pirates we are indebted to the fact that no tion of an oculist. It is an afllictiou tho courts of Oliianud adjoining coun-tio-- j, or, in other words, as a privateer. The man knows where that treasure is to- that can almost always be cured. ami court of Special ol what day. It is the treasure in search of Short and scanty eyelashes are a attention given to Appeals. king was to tcccivc criminal practice ever the vessel brought home. coast of New Eng- cross to any woman, and it is said and collections. which the whole On the way down from London his land has been visited. The law, that their growth may be encouraged vessel was boarded by an impress- - officers and those of the council who by the application of vaseline to the aTarra.es -- . Sraaltla, edge of the lids. As vaseline is afincut crew, his crew taken and he were known as legal gentlemen decidhad to go ashore. and secure such sea- ed and argued that there was no' firmed to cause superfluous hair when AW men as he could who were well fitted authority to send him to England. used on the f.ice, it should certainly to act as privatecr3inen. He sailed, Belmont and his council had an ele- have some effect in provoking the caIIMUTOItlt, KY. and after 'being absent a year it began phant on their hands which the' did pillary glands on thccyelidstonctioti. Win practice his profession 111 Ohio The growth of the eyebrows may be ami adjoining to be talked that his acts savored of not care for. Opportunity was counties, ami court Of piracy. When his voyages in the for his escape, but he declined promoted in the same way, but a Appeals. .Special attention given to' Indian ocean were finished he set sail the boon. In my passion is a depo- heavy eyebrow is so little of a beauty collections. Ollico cant side of public and appeared in the Sound of New sition which is the evidence, nnd also to a woman that they are sometimes square York and set goods on shore at sever- that money was ready for him, The trimmed by face specialists. The eyeB. D.IIINGO. al places. He established at Gardauthorities here returned those pa- brows should be brushed regularly. E.U.OUFFY. a-taf- fy tSs iner's Island, near the Long Island pers which he acted under, an I sent Clipping makes them thicker. Some sanguine persons affirm that shore, and sent word to Lord Belmont him to England for trial. Mrs, Kidd's at Boston, by a man named F.muiot jewels, a silver tankard, a silver constant stroking and pinching will "EEartfsra., that he had with him ten thousand mug, a silver porringer, spjons and alter the shape of the nose, but the Will practice in all courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, Superior dollars' worth of goods and had left forks were returned to her, with oth- task would be long and tedious. ColEven if a woman can not develop Court and Court of Appeals. the Qucdah Merchant atllispaniolain er pieces ot plate and two hundred a classic nose from a snub or a pug, lections and all legal business attend a creek there with .1 valuable cargo and sixty pieces of eight. ed to. Ofliec 3'JJ E. Market St. that he would prove his innocence of In England he was closely confined she can keep her nose, such as it is, what he had been charged with. The in prison two years and permitted m such good condition that it it is R. R. WEDDING, . letters of Kidd and the .statement of no council. The government was not beautiful, it is at least not disahave and two French passes weie represented by four men. Kidd was greeable to view. Black-head- s Kmmot LaAv, placed by Belmont before his Majesty's .tried both for murder and piracy. already been mentioned. They will I3i:.vvi:it Dam, Kv. Council, who at the same time de- The murder which he was' supposed disfigure the most beautiful nose, and Will practice his profession in all scribes Ividd's messenger as "a cun to have committed was that of Moore, no pains should be spared in using ning Jacobite, a fast fiicud of Fletchhis gunner, whose death resulted the. means already pi escribed for re- the courts of Ohio and ntljoining counties. Also Notary Public. er's and my avowed enemy." With from a blow given by n water bucket moving them., A led nose is a great trial to a girl, their consent, and in their picsence, in a fight without premeditation. he furnished Mr. Kidd a "safe con- No sentence but that of manslaught- and is caused more frequently than duct." Captain Kidd relied on this er was justified by the evidence. He some women would believe by tight and came to Boston with his wife and was found guilty of murder. In the shoes and tight lacing, The removal took lodgings at Duncan Campbell's, trial for piracy he was tteate.l, with of these causes of offense will often HARTFORD, KY. persuade the nose to renew its nor the most luxurious house of enter- the same injustice. Will practice his profession in all ' He claimed that his commission mal hue. If the inflammation is lo- the Courts of Ohio and adjoining' tainment iii Boston, where he remained several days. justified his seizing of the Qucdah cal, the nose should be, bathed night counties, and in tho Court ot ApSpecial attention given to On July 3 ii99 iic was summoned Merchant, for he said she was sailing and morning in very hot water. A peals. before his Excellency and Council to u.ulcr a French pass when he took little cologne and borax may be add collections, Oflico over Williams & Bell's drug store. give an account of his proceedings in her. These passes and other papers ed to the water, and are said to be efhis late voyage to Madagascar After wete in the possession of Belmont, ficient in reducing the color. Large and prominent ears are less Captain Kidd had given a summary aud Kidd could not produce them. account of his doings, of his cargo on This case was tried outside ol the ofa disfiguteiuetit to a woman than to the sloop now in port and also on the court by public hearing. The verdict a man. She can at least dress her vessels left at Ilispauolin, tlicyrequir-e- d rendered, decided to let his confeder- hair so as to lessen their salieney, head makes of him to give a detailed account of ates, the joint stock company and the while his his voyages, captures, tie. Captain king, escape censure. The severest them' stand out in all their enormity or eiionnousness. Still, even with Kidd found that the safe conduct that criticism made upon the allair was they had issued was merely intended that Heliuont, Somers, Halifax and the aid of a judiciously arranged coifto induce him to come to Boston, others weie guilt' if he was. Nearly fure, a woman can hardly be attrac, where he would be deprived of his all the privateeis fitted out at that time tive whose ears are, in vulgar-phrase"wing and wing." If she does not liberty. 1 le did not make any fur- persiied the same course. It so hapther statement, and the council or- pened that it was for the interest of wish to have the surgical operation dered his" arrest and imprisonment, all parties except Capt. Kidd that he performed that will make them, lie in OFFICE OVER RED FRONT seized his treasure chest at Gardiner's should he the victim, aud that his close to her head, she may at least Is prepared to do t all kinds ol confiue them at night by one of the Island, and took everything that his name and his memory should be blackwife had. The treasure xchest concaps of tape or lace net that have late- Dental work ai reasonable prices. ened with crimes of the darkest dye. ly been imported for the benefit of tained quite a variety of articles, and laaaal XaM". i;j", children who arc thus afllictcd. L. the following is a list of its contents: IN HAHI'I'U'SIIAZAAU. The cure will doubtless be tedious No. 1. one bag of gold dust 63 '4' MKS limtUICK The woman whose eyes are too with an adult, but the remedy is ounces. & small for beauty should at least take worth trying. It goes without sayNo. 2, ojiebaof coiue.l gold; 11 the best possible care of them, that ing that absolute cleanliness of the ounces; one bag of coined gold, 124 they may not become still less attrac- ear is essential. Since this is the" ounces. She must guard them from a case, it is a pity that women do not No. 3, one bag of gold dust, 24 V tive. strong light, that they may not be always take pains, to cleanse perfect- Tho Lcaditiff Photographer. " ounccS. not ly the "hem" of the ear instead of so No. 4, one bag of silver rings, 47S weak aud icddened. She must read by n poor or insufficient light, often leaving there the fine black line Pi.inre. Is Every Sijh and Size. ounces. , lest she strain them. If she suffers that bespeaks haste or carelessness in eSTOld Pictures Copied and Enlarged No. 5, one bag of precious stones, from burning or soreness of the lids, the toilet. A SPECIALTY. t2 ounces. she should bathe them night aud 108A Main Street. Red cars may recievc the same No. 6 one bag of unpolished precmorning in as hot water as she can treatment that is advocated for n red 37mC 0WENSB01W, KY ious stones. No. 7, one bag of pieces of crystal bear upon them. She should not nose. wear dotted veils unless her eyes are carnelian. MOST IS QCUTITT. BtttHqCAUTT. No. H, one big of silver buttons' e.Nceptionably strong Even then she One word describes it "perfection." tuns the risk of injuring them. and lamps. Above all, no woman should let the ; We refer to De Witt's Witch Hazel No. o, one bag of bioken silver, lf laAualts I t ilA 1n Art obstinate sores, j 111.0111;. IU uiniiutj liwiowil IVIUJII 1111 1U Salve, which cures 173 i finces. put into her eyes belladonnn.cologne, burns, skin diseases and is a well No. 10, one lxig of gold bais, 353 or any other of the preparations that known cure for piles. L. B. Bran. ounces. CREAM j No. 11, one bag. of gold bars, 238,4 are said to enlarge the pupil and cn- hancc its brilliancy. Neither should ounces. ' Coughing leads to Consumption. No. 12, one bag of gold dust, 59 "4 she yield to the suggestion that she may increase the apparent size of the Kcmp'sBalsani stops the cough at once. YEARS FOR ounces. KIDD'S TRUE HISTORY. . l. 13,' one bag of silver, 309 No. ounces. ' The Earl of Belmont was evidently anxious to get possession of the ship and treasure, nnd picferred negotiations to hostile measures. Mr. Kidd seemed to have been willing to surrender the ship and treasure, but wished in doing so to have an nssur- ranee or guarantee of his own piotec-- ! Ufa eye-wat- ex-lio- n, LAWYERS, one-tent- h PHY JT attorneys ggt iaw, Elrago, Attorney at Lawy eR- close-croppe- d DENTIST. 0-A.31-I- tel ON ;t8itir, ' iII V. WORMS! WHITE'S l W ,H VERMIFUGE 20 EVERY f ,,JU. aFi nrL 'a wsal Has led all Worm Remedies. BOTTLE GUARANTEED. rnpan4 If RKIIinDSOS JltfclUSK m m m a. a. n j u m tllUIUNTKr. remember; WEmm Inmviiure our im Hy and tho merits of our Tablets. SOLD KVERYWIIEUE. 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Wu MOjitl nnrtlculurri nml immnhlet. ir tuatlinoiilula freo. mid shall Testimonial bo slaj to pluro fiunVrern from nny of t licuo liubltn In cotiuimuiutv uuu wiin purrtuiiawnuiiuvuucciicitrtii uy iiioiisuuiuur aaiilktm. from porsons HILL'S TABLETS nro for oalo by all nitSTCLABS uruxu 11 tu !,.: ,iju la'r iiuoKittro, who have boon If your (IriiKiflsKloe not keep tliem, rncloso us S ,00 nnu wo win, semi jou, py return limn u,ucKuguoi cured by tho use of . Wrlto . Tour . namo nml nddrcfunlnlnlv. nmlRtnto .. . .. . wnritirr muium uru iur xuiucco, iluriinlno or s.!uor jiaiiu. 1)0 NOT BD DHCGIVnD Into purehnalns TltEOUlOCllElIICiLCO.: nny of tlii'h'Briiiutiiustruiiin tutu, nm IioIhk Dkah Silt: I hum ticmi ualnf! vour a i . i..(hiitiii iirr hiii. - jimc jur euro for tobacco habit, uud found It would ')' k'i'h nnu uikd no uinor. do wliut you claim for It. I used tun cent Mnnuf.icturtil,only hy worth nf tlmBtronize&tcliawlnir tobacco a dav. nnd ironi ono to llu (laTiim: or I would amoko TJIIC from ton to lortv DliiiH of tobucco. Have chewed nml mnnkiil for Iwintv flvu vi'iirn. mid two imcktiees OHIO CHEMICAL CO., of your Tublvts cured mo so I huvo no dcslro for It. U.M.JAVIA)KD, U'slle.Mlcn. Donna Ferut. N. Y. 61,03 4 65 Opera Block, Tup. OnioCnEMlCAl-Co.- : GE!fTl.EHEN: Somotliuu ago I sent for ti.uu north of vour Tablets for Tobucco llublt. I received LIMA, OHIO. tlitnii nit rieht nml. nltfuiuirhl was both uheavvsiiioUcr and ehuwor. they did tho work In liws thun thrLOduys. I am cured. PAimCULAHS Truly yours, UATIIEW JOHNSON, I'.O. Box 43. 1'iTTgntman. l'A. FREE. Tnnflnio Chemical Co.: Or.NTl.EUEN: It Klvcs mo tileanuro to speak a word of iiralno for your Tablets. My ou wus st roncly addicted to tuo uso of llnuor.nnd through iifilend, I wasled totry yourTubletH. Ho was ii heavy ana UUl luiuwuuuivBw;BMvutiiuiMiiHBi KM III UnnKtT. (Hlli UIUT UBIIIK nml will not, touch Uniior Of IIIIV kllld I havo wnltixl four month beforo wrltluu; jourmruiy, you, lu order to know tlio euro wus ticruiaiiuut. 1 1 eii tUttl J 1. ll U Mi MM I Nuisi Will eomplMPlytWroytiiodrMrhforTOnACCO In from 3to5ilayB. Perfectly harm jif-,- i vcu 111 acii)M u'.icrcuuut) wunout mo kuowi cuiuqiiu Hit'rUHw.uniiiJu.y read, our I IISNHiMMIIIIII H I LL'S .j u T(?Q . MlntuWIi FUn,ZAn. nriMjiiiir, iiiieiii'iiik j e iiiiiu lltxlAj Quarterly Register of . $.sn 2,00 60e a T-tWI- Single Copies, ariiiiKi.' FerTtar, tail .);, Hound Volumes, Wwfy tj. i, Dili. hlhlr an.l WINSllir, HJ.IOI JouiuUf J Hah claaa cullltatloa. I sm ,r solid Infoc milieu you mail. Jin, h Sit.'.l.10." ,"u latt ' amall a comim.,." tCIIUKMAN, Corull UalacaKlv, llfiataVN. ,'KtS. I. G. . !?"""-- iiiaimaf.iiiittliall B. A aaatftif, . llmclv liti ,1,. ,l,ir Oilou.tioul th, world, b,i .m tlw ! ,u.lwlo5a, M.UIUBtUcldiNiltaa.riaic.lath. Uiilm ol ihs lilts for .lnel. coiilaa anil ro.lll volumes. UuuJ -" !' .., 0 1 jy, aii i ma recalut CuHmriT CCTROIT, History, MICH., U. Hill's Tablets. .A. ht. 'S?s rvw vir, a., IHJIX AT w . n,PTK; JtitfO? A I wSml&iZM Mill HEI.KN HOItniSON. CINCINNATI, y r:mm Lrt AND J,'T' 7 mpmmiu7s& Vtt.fi PLEASANT M && mm jlr U -- fcl VI C Tns Ohio CnrvtcAL Co: Oentlkmen: .Vnnr T.hlntja harm norformed amlraclo in m v caso. 'tho uso ot Iwvo used morphine, hypodunnlcully, forsoven years, and huvo boeu ctirMl-bw . ' aaa tuai. two packugeii ol ) our Tablets, and without any effort on my rt. ' OHIO. ' tmile-umr- k ' I.ane's medicines move the bowels viiry day. In order to, be healthy this is necessary, RESPONSIBLE IAGENTS VYANlEO In writing pleaaa mention thla THE OHIO CHEMICALLl OO, SCl;-BB Block. 61, 83 and Opera AddrcfeH all Ordora to BRIGHT AND COMPLSiXON 13 BeirTEH. lTntly on Una stmnv i. Ilr.--r 'r I' cc'.' MLliJMjrfcaiiJUiai'loaMiil Mntlii' 1l,u Uilnl. Is l..lfiu,fr mi liirbs, aud is vrt,uii4twuiwu,i:.r is wrtT lionuiKin hlL uiO 7 . 'r. MY - ! rTW&WtSi'J Ve-- Jk iiiikts. ttrr-in- ; it Ii I'Ui.'eii liimrnMri Jiiiii'.ii". uii.ll j llr.Hi I ,p n...yv. 1, . I.,, , j. rii UiIimIii. llil,i.iii.,v-MiCa..Xi0i I, V.UUIltlAltl), U.I.Ol,.-.- . iV. iv AI'iri;ititiskjlltAt3ta.anJf ,. "4 'I itfi ,triji(.l ''"b.; . &AaJ2& ifriW&i V i: : v--, ,L ;ss; m- i ,, ; rinnc Cox. "How I lost your cast" WASHINGTON. J, 15, Rowe. Quartette Messr. Coleman, Render, Foster nnd. lleau. If Mr. Cleveland had ever been "The lawyer as a candidate" !5. I). member etf the Senate he would have rUnLISHKD KVKHY KltlDAY MOUSING. On fTy. Vocal Solo Miss Sallic Cote. avoided at least one of the 'more or "What shnll we do with buck pop?" less humili'itiug defeats that he will IMIInr nn.l Proprietor JO. It. HOOl'.ltN, J. S. U. Wedding. Vocal Trio- tccicve at the hands of Congress, for Cox, Messrs. Collins and Walkthen he would have known that all of I, 18H3 FRIDAY, AUGUdT er. Jo 1). ItocKits, Co. Supt. of politheoldci Senatois, tics, stand together infavorofoucofthe Wlirrt TIh-- j Wis akk avtiiokikkd to announci: We give below the names of t tew oldest Miles ol the Senate the free jG v jy O. SLADE TAYLOR of Ohio county's teachers and their and unlimited debate of all nicasitio.s Oftlie Cromwell Precinct, ns a canschools for the coming session. The and he would not have made the didate for Stale Senator from the Sth ,iiV ?J".fa.fck '!:' list is incomplete ns we have iis.t mistake of asking Senators of his VflJVWASS?" 'Xv ij the Senatorial District, tsjUHM&in ;vu.vv,Sai, s J action of tlic Republican party. from many of llie teachers. heard party to vote for the adoption of n mxss iT . .vAV y ill xlfTfm 5sslfK C. M. Crow will teach at lleda. reque-- t cloture iiile in the Senate, Mr. (Icoroa Smith in jail. To Tltli VOTIiKS Ol Olll , MlJIlUiN-HUKL. H. I.oney and Silas J. Tfehenor the bleach already existing between VrMt , Tern, I am n r i itwi vm AND nuTM'.u CoUNYIIiS' will teach at McHenry. Mr. Cleveland and a number of the candidate for Senator in the District Hancock Glirinn gravely inTin: Hcing a Deuiociatic Senatois. No President composed of your counties. J. L. Rogers and Mrs. Stella Coopforms its rcadeis that Misses Dora Republican, I will submit my claims er have seemed the Taylor Mines ever more earnertly desired the adopE. Gibson and Lucy B. Townsend are to the Convention of that party. What Mr. Smith TLInVi II school. tion of .some patticular ''it of legislaWould Hit the support of all Republiccandidates for School SuperintendMiss Sophia Davidson is leaching tion than Gen. Harrison did when the 1 am, ans in the Convention. ent. Tlie young ladies Will bo quito surSaid About Hood's Sarsaparilla Yours ttulv, at Sycamore. Fedetnl Flection bill, having been prised 011 receiving this information. lv. D. Guf'i'V. the "Had Rliakp'poarc lived lifro nnd suffered ai J. 15. Davidson Is teaching at Hope- passed by the House', was They have heretofore been unaware Hartford, Ky.. June 29, 1S93. I li.iu. I tlilnk lie would Ikno slid, Tlirow well. Senate; but, having served a teiui as nwiy nil inedlclno except Hood's .Sarjapa-rllh- . of any such Mate of case and would Miss Siddie Davidson will teach at Senator, he did not make the mistake As an KnttlMiinaii. cntnlns to Will WIS AUK AUTIIOMZKl) TO ANNOUNCI! elliuatp, I liinolclttliu hennery niueli. In thank the Clnrini most graciously for of asking Kepublican Senators to Union.' tlio Rpriitf I felt r sit I hid nil flio eire and ZEBULON H. SHULTZ, nnxlelr !( America un my niln.l. I not una Tui:sia's Louisville 7'xf contain its wonderful discovery. W. C. Oiay has seemed the school vole for adoption ol a clotuie rule, bottle of I Innd's S.iuhp it ill nitil niter I had Of the Sulphur Sprin s Precinct, as It I could uiulcrUk taken It telt preferring to see the bill talked to nt Mt. Moriah. a candidate for the office ol School the following, which will interest nil JJiBiocuATie newspapers have been Tho President's Dutlos. Superintendent for Ohio county, sub- our readers: Miss Ida Smith teaches at Alexan- death, as it actually was, rather than La it month I li.vl ;i return of prickly hrati II ject to the action of the Democratic "The icgisterof the Willard Hotel very noisy about cutting down tlio to piopose n violation of one of the der. neenicd ImpossHiln to itand up or lie don party. this morning bore the familiar signa- office force required to run the variwithout nhnost lenilnc myself to pieces. I Miss Alice Pluinmer will teach at most sicied traditions oftlie Sv'tiile (mo moro hottlo mid It Ins not only then ture of 'Jos. Mulhattau, New Mexico.' ous departments ol the Government, cured tlm licit but I licllevo tt put my Mood It will not be long befoie Mr. Cleveon lilt Oivil'i or Jlra. V. It. Ilotton. Wr auk authorizkh to announci: 'turtln. already A reporter of the Post met the world but the announcement is imw made Miss Lucy 15. Townsend has charge land legrets, it he has not W. L. HAWKINS Wiikiikas, GrJ in Ilis pine and di- of famous pscudologist on Main Street that owing to the scafcity of clerks done .so, that he made such a propothe Rosiuc school. Of Hartford, as a candidate for the of-In Rood condition. I aihlso nil to lako the old soldiers will have to wait lor vine judgment has seen best,, to reProf. 15. R. Ray and Miss Dora sition, because it has not even one . fice of School Superintendent for Ohio circulating among his old acquaintHood's S.us.iparlll.t In tho aprltiKitnd f.ill." move from our Sunday School one of Col. Mulhattau action of the ances. 11 possible one been their pension". hundred A nice administrahas county, subject to the Gibson have chaige of the Heaver elinuce out of flrontiE.smith, t salde, Teiai. its brightest lights and best teachers, Democratic party. burned by the hot sun of Xew Mexico tion, this! of being adopted. Dam High Schorl. Hood'o'Plllt euro Nausr.i, Sick llcidnclie, Mrs. Mary Steele Martin and to the color of an Indian, hut the . Opinion seems to be very much Indigestion, Illllousncj. Sold Ly nil dnigclstj. iiiiiivr. We in her a Viikuks Cankyvii.i.k lias a new iaee track, hearty handshake and cordiality of now THE CURE OP IT. The farmers are done plowing corn divided, among the Congressmen IMPORTANT! and at intervals that jolly little town true and earnest christain Demoml't Family Magazine, for manner arc the same as of old. in Washington, as to the tesults of and are now and cutting meadow-:will he at Rochester Jttly the 10th, had his pockets full of topaz adds to its ever full Mock of fun a and the worthy example she has left following pointed "He August contains the the announced intention oftlie Deuiobusy thteshing their wheat. to to remain only a.shott time- - will be remarks on tlie whisky trafiic and and gold quirtz. He is in the mining genuine old Kentucky liusa' race Xo to profit those who knew her, and Horn to the wife ol II. M. Taylor, ciatic leaders to foree the House Wiisuks, We feel the death of this business and had been Hast looking iccords smashed at lat accounts. its remedy. ndo4it a cloture. title. It will be no prepared toilo all kinds of Photograph dear fricid liar, cui.se a void that can- on the 7th inst, a twehe pound boy. i dation of tradition or precedent for work. is practical, after a $50,000 equipment whfeh his I makea speciality of Cabinet "What we want Mother and child aie doim well. CoNiiiiis Circuit Court, Teach- not bo filled; therefore be it Christianity bearing oif every company is going to put up. the House to a lopt such a rule, but Photos. I use the itiftautaiieous proapplied Miss Lula Karnes who has been in RiVor.VKi), That the school sustains "He has not much leisuie time now er's Institute and the Third Parly phase of this important matter of the Millinery busiucxint Cot ydcu,K v., the opposition to it will ue&tuidvnnd cess for making baby piclutes. You but still finds opportunity for indulg- Convention all convene next .Mondav. an irreparable loss and tint we subwhile the piobabililies seem to favor poisoning, a poison which mit to the will of Him who doeth all for .several mouths, is visiting her its ultimate adoption it will not be will fitnl me located in an elegant is now burning out the vital tissues ing his propensity for writing up a mother, Mis. 15. Harue.s. tlltOIVM.Xi. things well A. 1). Tavi.oii. Photograph Cat. of the body politic and corroding the newspaper lie. During the past winIf reports ate true there will be a adopted without a hard and bitter Editor Rkpuimcan: Have you RKS01.VKD, That in her death we fight IHng made against it. The Ir to ter he wrote several articles for the noticed how nicely this Democratic virtue and morals of the people rlil' t'n l!illiilillirfill. have every assurance of final reward "Wedding in this comiuunitysomi will make this fight are to such an extent that every senti- American Press Association on the Free Trade party is getting in its hi. 1'AtI. D1I,V ni:ws. Rev. J. A. Miller, ol ncirRookpoit, i men who treasured up for those who "meekly men, and its Messrs. lloddie lltos., we 'thy Chiment and fiber of our civilisation and 'CHIT Dwellers,' and on scientific sub- wotk? With factories closing down School- - those known as silver preached at Central Grove wait and murmur not." ' result will indicate almost to a cer cago gentlemen, having the interest Christianity is corrupted and demor- jects, lie will remain in the city .sev- , and money scared into its hole farm-- j Rnsoi.vr.D, That we tender the house the lliira Sunn iv at ti a. nt. tainty how the House will vole on the of the city at heart, and desiring to alized with its venomus criminal ten- eral davs." ers with their wheat on hand, which There will be a quatterly meeting j husband and son, and disprove the falsity of the statement dencies. they will have to hold or sell at a the bereaved brothers and sisters our at Gosh"!i the fist Sunday in Aug- - ' .silver question. useless to say that it is imposIris The number of pousioneis suspeud- - that only in boarding houses can he is well to remember that this "It price below the cost, of production. deepest sympathy and commend them ust. found moderate priced accommodaed since, the .(, of last March t whole question of the manufacture, sible to run a newspaper without There are people in this county who' Health in this community was tie to the same God who sutaine.l and making mistakes, and now knowing 11 mere is tions (luring the World's Pair, remodtween ,000 inn 0,000, ami importation and sale of intoxicating will have a hard scuffle to get money .strengthened her in her hour of afflicer better. estieled and lu mi shed nt great expense liquors is entirely dependent on the this ns our friends undoubtedly do to pay their taxes. The change they Ciopsofall kinds aro looking well no interleieuce by Congiess it is tion and death. they would do us a great kindness by cried mated liy Pension Ofike oil dais th it one of tluir famous absolutely personal use made of the voters franthemselves hoarse for has come at present. Rr.sOi.VKD, Tint a copy of these business structutcs, located corchise. The liquor trafic could not ex- writing us at once in case they fail to wrong end foremost. They are get- - ' Cleophus Wallace will move to 75,000 out of the ,1711,0011 pensions resolutions be spreul upon our minugtnuted under the hw iSy). general- ner ol PriiiMin and Jackson streets, Don't ting sick ol it. And I suppose you ist a single year or be tolerated in get their papers promptly. above Hart fold in a few tes, also a copy s;ut to each of the his- fa.-ily known as the "the donpendent within hiit walking (list nice of the the community a single day longer complain to someone else, thereby do-- , have noticed what a vast amount of county papers for publication. Cm MAX. .lavs pension" act will lie suspended Ifelore I'tii'di Dejfits, Theatres, Postoflice, will permit. ing us muni" nnd your cao no good, money the Government has paid out than the sanction voters lliiillst lloaid ol Trade, Steam. Klevatcd, Ca the examination now going oil is ' This matter, therefore, is entirely at but write us. If you have subscribed this year to entertain foreign trash,! Com. Sri: Yi:isi:k. niectimg of the The Whether Congress as a.bo.ly ble Uim is ami Stc.titi'ioats to the our disposal and all the misery, crime for the RkI'UIH.ican and cither the called "Royalty," and under a pre-- 1 J O. H. I.IUKN.S, Daviess County Daptist Association will take this matter up is somewhat World's Pnir.furnishcd newly throughand pauperism that results from this New York Tribune, the Courier- - texl of "economy." Do you notice convenes August 15, 16 and 17 at doubtful, but individual Congressmen out 500 rooms, sttpeib points, elevati;r..vr.i: villainous traffic is chargeable to the Journal, tho Homo and Farm, Worn-- ! how they are cutting off the pensions We had a good rain Sunday night, Hethabra Church, Diviess county. have taken it up and are making a ors, electric lights, exhaust fan, to apathy and delinquency of the sover- aukind or the Cosmopolitan ami have of the old crippled defenders of our eign people in the exercise of their not received them promptly let us ' nation? I was sure they would kill which settled the dust and made the Aside front the usual program the big fuss about it, saying that gross keep cool entitc btiiKliug, named tllis following special program has been jnjustiee is being done their constit- property The drvat Western Hotel, streetr. nice for traveling. privileges at the ballot box." know ami we will cheerfully correct themselves in four years, but they uents by the examining board. The and invite the public to take their Mr. Joe McKenney and family, Tay- .arranged: In order to crush out the whisky the mistake. have completed that little job in less Intro luclory protesting Congressmen represent all choice of rooms for fi.oo per day, 10 a. 111 , Tuesday lor Mines, .spent Saturday night and to crush it out effectually, traffic, anil than five months. .sermon, "History of Daviess County shades of political opinion. childteit 5 12 fifty cents. Hlcgnnt The Democratic idea of Govern- Sunday with Mr. K. J. McKenney. it is not necessary to organise a new Foi: several weeks, even months, A setiMttio't followed the publicarestaurant and dining rooms where Messrs. Will Hcrry, Tom Taylor Association," by Dr. J. S. Coleman, party with prohibition as its solo bat- more or less shooting of pistols at ment affairs are entirely too small went to Louisville of Hartford. tion this week, in a local paper, fine meals are served at 50 cents, or a tle cry. What is necefsary is for the night has been indulged in about the They have not got sense enough to and Harry Harnard "Peculiarities a. in., Tuesday which alt'., nigh claiming to be inde-de- la caite at veiy modem'.. prices. on the excursion Sunday morning, comprehend the workings of this exist- bridge and out the levee. two great parties now in Here of of Haptists," by Dr. Pope Veaman, is generally known as an admin-istiatio- n There should be less heard or known returning Monday at noon. ence to be so controlled as to render late it has increased until last Thurs- great and glorious old Republican sheet, ol a New York special of extortion and imposition connect-e- d Mis. I. P. Harnard, Mr. George Columbia, Mo. It is only the fear ol nil candidates of those two parties day night the town itselt'was made the Government. .S p. 111., Tuesday "Kentucky Hap charging Sectetniy Lumout with bewith the World's Fair weie there home in Democratic legislation that causes Neal and wife left for their "" temperance men and practical prohi tist History." bv Dr. S. H. Fold, of traying the scene of a most disgraceful affair. It the present .straightened circumstancand court- more public spirited, fair minded men Louisville Monday. bitionists. The majority, no doubt, these young scoundrels who have been in Chicago as ate the owners and proing Tammany for the purpose of Miss Stevens, Kansas, is visiting St. Louis, Mo. es in financial affairs. What will it "Haplist a. in., Wednesday 11 in the United .States are in favor of training together in their lawlessness the Whitney street nil way prietors of The Citeat Western Hotel. Mrs. O. Stevens, be when it becomes a reality? . They the destruction of the whisky traffic are not taken clown a buttonhole or Mr. R. P. Hockcr and daughter, Sects," W. II. Whitsitt Louisville, interests, of which he was in charge Our leaders should write as soon as have only to repeal the McKinlcy and when the people in their sovereign two, from shooting cows at night, before he entered the cabinet, and of possible to sccuie looms, for they are Viigie, returned from the World's Ky. tarifi law and the Sherman Silver "The World's furthering his own lately developed being taken up rapidly. 11 a. 111 , Thursday jS 6t capacity demand of each and all can- they will go to shooting men at any Hill. The first will bankrupt the na- l;air Satuiday night. Mr. Perry Westei field and family, Indebtedness to Haptists," by Dr. J. ambition to become govenor of Xew didates, for each and all positions, time they may choose. Down with tion and the latter will build upalittle II.Hoyett, Vick.shurg.Miss. ItuK'i ( Un- - World'-- . 1'iilr. York. It was understood here to be a that they must be temperance men the and up with the law. war in the 15ast. The Silverites have have come to town nnd aro boarding Call on agents oftlie Louisville, St. The N. X. & M. V., O.vc.isboro & very bio.ul hint to Mr. Cleveland that and practical prohibitionists, then, read the riot act to G rover and now at the Austin House. They will move Rough and the I. St L. & he must choose between Tammany Louis and Texas Railway befoie purThe only applicants at the exami- we will see whether or not that func- into their new home as soon ns, con- Falls of and not until then, will the aggravachasing your ticket to Chicago. ami the venient. Mr. Wc.stcrfield is a nice T. Railroads offer redtt.v.1 :at.s. nation last Saturday lor eertilieate of tion has as much back bone as he has ting question be settled. connection nude with all lines When Col. Aiusworth, whi is in Kvcry inun who offers himself as a qualification for School Superintend- belly. The way the thing is working man and we are gla.l to have him in via Louisville. Hood service nnd best A former Hartford young lady is charge of the Record anil Pension diour community. Democratic or Kepublican candidate ent were Z. II. Sliultz, W. h. Haw- now it looks very much like the Rethus complimented by the Kentucky vision of the War Dep irtmeut, which of attention shown to passengers. s Miss Mamie Mitchell spent a Tho two publicans will have to take charge of For furtlTer information address for any position, no matter how high kins and G. S. Fitzhtigli. with Miss Ollic Hocker at Lib- Leader, of Lexington, where her fath- occupied Ford's old Theatre at the II. C. Moitmi:, this Government in 1896 in somenor how low, should be confronted in former aro Democrats, the latter a 15. Hill u an able Attorer, Gen. S. time of the collapse of its floors and Asst. (.. P A.. thing like the same condition they erty last week. and the Third Party man the convention or primary, on the Louisville, Ky. Mrs. V. O. Austin returned from ney: the killing of a score of clerks, was found it in in 1S61. quesnuoth-e- r was wanting. G. T. Tinsley, stump and in private, with the Miss 15liabcth Hill has been study- found guilty by the coroner's jury of the Worl l's Pair Sunday night. I wore the blue in the dark days of SICN'l) tweve cents in postage Democratic candidate, was sick and tions, "Are you a temperance man Mr. J. II. Nave went to Louisville ing faithfully all summer in older to criminal negligence in connection yourself? Are you in favor of prohib could not bo present. As there is no '61 to '5,s, on the account of Demo- Thursday, returning Monday night. stand the exanination of teachers for with those deiths it was supposed stamps to Corcomn Huilding, Washcratic misrule and am now worn ington, I). C, and you will receive iting the liquor trafiic?" With these provision for examination at any othMr. Harry Barnard says lie had the different public sohoals, nnd has that he would b? suspended from duout, but if they get things in a tanbeen rewarded for her pains. She was ty, but he war, not, nor has he been lour copies of Kate Fie d's Washing111 the er time the candidates will be chosen questions honestly answered gle again I can furnish four sons to such a nice time coming home from one of thirty that, stood the examinaaffirmative the peoplo have solved the from among the three above named. Louisville Sunday night but I unsttspjndjd since the grand jury for- ton, containing matter of special inhelp straighten out the kinks. derstood why it was In was with his tion, nnd her average was better than mally indicted him and three others terest. Give name and address, and question independent of parliquor stand s and ranked thj highrst. for manslaughter. At Sollercburg Tuesday morning A Republicans,friends by your guns best girl. is where you saw this advertisement. ly Everybody tisan politics. But just so long as few of our went oft" with Miss Hill is a young lady of unusual talking abatit the Elias Do'd and instantly killed ho must Mrs. Geo. Jhrnes and her sister, the strong temperance clement of BROWN'S U10S BITTERS the Third Party craze last fall, but his nephew, Michael Cuddy, through Mrs. Ambrose, passed through cur intellectual powers and bright, ready have to retain his position under the Cures IndlK'tlr. llllloutneM, li. Mala. both parties stay away from conventhe majority of them have come back s iiHi'ivtierai lAiniity. Ma.M'rinusnt-oCuddy had home and arc sorry they were so soft. town Saturday on their way to Wood- wit, and has won many friends by her circumstances. rcrommeud It. .Mid. a!' n nil It. (ienultio tions, stay away from primnries and a distressing mistake. sweet, unaffected manners. linen ohm rapper. bastradu nntL and rruikid will return to Wash-to- n Mr. Cleveland bury to sec their mother, who is very neglect to make these just demands of been in Cincinnati and wn3 drinking. They have learned a lesson. sick. They came back Monday. some time next week, but for Tr,;(lcii-llur(lol(- . their candidates, just so long will Ho went to his uncle's Iieforo daylight Bi.ui: John. Statement of the Condition Mrs. J. P. McKenney and children some unaccountable reason those who on his way homo and aroused Dold Man-di- e Mr. L. L. Trogden and .Miss whisky men be elected to office and are visiting relatives at R'jchestcrthis of thi; prefer to surround his coming know vr.MT.iinr.i,i, from sleep by trying to open the door. A. Harriett, of Waller, were Marthe triumph of temperance bo delayJuly 31. Health in this vicinity is week. with mystery an decline to say what Dold thought he was a burglar; took ried at the Coinnieicial Hotel Weded. good. Misses I5mtna. Tannic and Lizzie nesday mottling, Rev. G. Dean offic- day he will be here, although it is not down his shot-gu- n and fired through J. Mack Taylor, who has had typhoid, Darncs, Myrtie Carter, and Messrs. difiating. We wish lliein nil the hap- clear to ordinary perception what A conhidkkaiii.i: amount of work has the door killing Cuddy almost instant is convalescent. Charles Parrott, Kd Dames, Mr. nuij ference it can possibly make to any-b- o piness possible in tllis life. been doue on the "levee north of town ly- The series ol meetings atthis place Mrs. George Xcal spent quite nn,cn-joyab- le ly what diy he arrives, as it has alIMMDIBMDIK1WH in tho way o fills etc. Tho road is in A.t tho Closo of Businoss closed last week. We hope that much ready been given out that he will see . evening with JUr. and Mrs. To School Trustee-!Such occurences as tlio alliiir rf and lasting good good condition save us regards the Juno 30,1803. has been accomGeorge Darncs Priday. I will be 111 Hartford Friday, Aug. no edlers until after Congress meets. long culvert by tho first covered Inst Thursday night together with the plished. Hro. Cox won a host of Hut perhaps it is Mrs. Cleveland that Cri'.CKKN. nth, and will write contracts for ItlftOUKOKS. bridge, which is badly in need of n Buck Pop dives, Blind Tigers, etc., friends during his short stay with us. , . . .a. He Notes and Hills School Furniture and Apparatus, .such makes the day arrival uncertain. $76,205.14 new floor. Hut notwithstanding nil tend to drive good citizens away from C. V. Chapman eloped with Miss To cure nervousness your nerves as is required by the new school law, would very naturally desire to be at Real Kstnlc . 3,000.00 this work nnd expenditure of money, our town. Who deires to livo 111 a Delia McKinlcy to Rockport, Ind,, must be fed by pure bloor't. Hood's at a reduced rate, with all Trustees Gray Gables when n certain expected Furniture nnd Fixtures . . . 1,500.00 . . 861 9S next winter nnd early spring will town where life and property and last Wednesday night and was mar- Sarsaparilla makes pure b tood. Take who will meet me Iheie' on that day. event lakes place. If that is the case Hxpenses paid Cash on hand mid in H'ks . .17.447.55 good morals arc innd.e subservient to ried Thursday evening. find the levee in an almost impasThey were it now. This is a good chance to save a few why not say so. It is simply nonloafers? accompanied by Leslie Taylor, Sue sense to surround the movements of sable condition. Now, the idea mny the caprices of drunken dollars for your District. Resp'y, $99,017.67 Ohio 'uiit',, Toiir.'irrN Iiislllulo. the Piesideut or any other official in A. O. Kino, not be popular, but it is common Boys, you aro entirely too fresh of J Iliuton and James Pielden. The LIAIIILITJKS. Programme of evening exctcises: bride is n brunette of fifteen summers, this country with Russiiu mystery. Capital Stock Geu'l Agent U. S. S. F. Co. fiense.to sny that tho plain duty of late. Better "quit your inpaiiiipss.'; ?5,ooo 00 IYksdav Kvknini; 8 .o'clock InMucda-mi- zo the only daughter of 15sq. Joseph McMMIBmmMMMin Votes are the only weapons they have Sin phis . 5,250.00 is to tho Court of Claims Reserve Fund A llomml ol 8.0!) Kinlcy. Parental objections was the strumental duett Missi :s, Maggie I.293-Ito feariu America. A ijuj&tio.v which tho Grand Jury the entiro length of the levee. It Interest and Ivxehnuge 3.047-5VoeilSolo Will be given for any ease of Rheucause of the elopement. May their Nal! nmlMable Kintbley. would require, perhaps, from 62.500 should give a good airing is tho Buck Deposits 6.1,426,04 Miss Jessie Smith. iw.ii . matism which cannot be cured by pathway through life be strewn with to 81,000 to do it, but that amount Pop business. It is said by those Debate 'Subject: "Ua tolve.l, that Druiuitiond's Lightning Remedy. The August 1, Mr, Win. Woodward, of hitch plcasuies ns will conduce to their $99."'7.',7 of money or even moro has been who have chunk both, that Buck Pop greatest happiness, isthe wioh of your we should have an edit cat tonal quali- proprietors do not hide this offer, but Owensboro, is visiting datives in JOHN II. HARNFS.Casiiiuu. U nothing more nor less than an infetwenty-fiv- e spent on the road in tho last fication for voting." Affirmative: print it in bold type on all their cir- this community, scribe. Sworn and subscribed to befoie nie or thirty years and tho road is rior grado of beer, But it is made 11 Misses Maggie WUUams .and Lucy II. culars, wrappers, printed matter and Quite a number of young people at- June 30, 1893. Miss Victoria Taylor, of Owens- Townsend Xegativc Jiw . D. Wilson thiough the columns of newspapers tended the liaptist Association nt little or no better now than it was shield for tho Blind Tigers, behind boro, visited relatives lie-t.several Rowan Homihooks, C. O. C. C. and L. L. Stewart. VocjI trio Mis- everywhere. It will work wonders then. The expenditure of a few which they no doubt sell things days last week. Green Rivet Church Sunday. Hy Siir.Miv Tavloh, D. C. stronger. By nil menus let tho Buck thousand dollars would put tho road Your scribe will spend several days ses Sal lye Coleman, I la Duke and one bottle curing any ordinary case Rev. Schell began a series of meetOur business continues to grow, an in good condition nnd with a little, Pop business bo aired. If the druggist has not got it, he will ings on last night at No Creek. next week at Henderson visiting rel- Ivva Morton. the above .statement will show, both Wkdni'sdav Ivvr,!:iy,r 8 o 'clock order it, or it will be sent to any adit would lust n cenpatching up along atives and friends. Don Juan. Miss Nettie Hoover has returned in magnitude and prosperity. Two instrumental To Jioiiuow is tho day for the Cons anc Ruth dress by express on receipt of price, tury. It may bo looked upon ns costhome nfter n week's visit to her years ago n deposit of $25,000; one Coombs. Vocal trio Messrs. Jfenn, together with special instructions fo'r I'rolilltltiuii .lli'i'li'ii. ly now but it is cheaper in tint long volitions to determine the vote of this brothei at Hartford, year ago $'5000! $64,000. The Prohibitionists held a meeting Collins and Walker. Addres- s- Supt. use. Druminond Medicine Co,, county in tho Senatorial Convention run. Ami what is true of the levee W. C. Ashley, of Stanley, spent Tllis is due to the fact that the youilg solo-- Miss in Hartford July 25th, 1893. On call A. Thatcher. Instrumental Agents Maiden Lane, New York. September 7. Every Kepublican in north of town is truo of tho one 011 Sunday with his parents men are beginning to realize that it is by Chairman Linkens, John P. Rowe Vcida Duke. The "Bankless wanted. tho Beaver Dam road. Both should the county should turn out and boat Dr. McCormick made a flying trip not the money made hut the money was elected Chairman of the Conven- Hcnch" 'Dr. Alexander. Voca.1 solo bo Macadmi.ed, The work can be his voting precinct from 1 to ) saved that sets them up in business. to Mason ville yesterday tion and G. J. Dean .Secretary. J. D. Coleman. 'Wednesday Ice The Perry Westerfield, doue, and when tho people como to o'clock p. in. day and puts Miss Lydia Ward has - returned j The man wlio'savcs-cacfollowing persons were appointed a cream, understand that it saves them money home after n week's visit in McLean nr, interest liny cents, will in filly committee on resolution: Rev. R, D. TnimsDAV JJvksi.vo 8 o'clock, hi tho future to mnko tho expendiWhat kind of nn idea of life has Reniiett, W. R. Moore and G J, Dean. Quartett Misses Coleuiau suul Moryears be worth $58,000 Rich! county. ture now, tlioy will endorse tho action tho young ninn who sets himself up They reported resolution ns follows': ton, Messrs). Hkavek Dam, Kv. We are here to assist the business There will be an ice cream supper Coleman nnd Foster. of the court. It is three months ro as 11 Blind Tiger? While ho should bo interests of the county, and we solicit C. P. Church theioth. To thi? Puoiiiiution Convention "Choosing n. profession" atthe C. TV. Mns-siFOIl DVHI'KPSIA tho Court of Claims convenes engaged in soino honorable business, ASSliMllMiD Mrs. Fidelia Hoover and son have nnd appreciate the account of every IN IlAUTl'OKD, OHIO Instrumental Duet Misses Nnll t'.n iliuun'n Iran Hitter. pushing, enterprising individual or and in tho incautimo the question ho poses in tho unenviable attitudo Countv Kv,: We, your committee and Cooiijbs. "The'voung lawyer" riirilclum recomnicn4 It. returned from Livcrinorc. bottle. Conulnt All dealer keep It. Sl.Ot firm. JOHN II.DARNRS.Casiiikr. May Fi,ovi!u. might be agitated, onwrappcr. on resolutions, believe that whisky J H. P. Taylor. Vocal 9 olp Miss; Co- - toj Shame! Shame! rcdllncn of a ami mi'-icc- Hartford Republican O CiiteutT Court convenes Mondav and nnotlicr good opportunity is afforded for the long promised closing up of tlio Wind Tigers. Wo believe thal,tliu business is slowly decreasing, but it is yet sufficiently strong to be exceedingly offensive to our people. There is no reason for leaviiig it to run out it should ho killed out. There arc ninny pretentious citizens who wink at the Wind Tiger business, but they are the not tlio best peoplo of tlio town. They aro rather 011 the samo level ns the negroes and low down whiles, who nro engaged in it directly. The good people of the town and the community arc tinuii-imoin their opposition to all viola, toins of law and the official.1) uho bring these to justice can rest assured that they m ly bring down upon their heads tlio curses of the rabble, but they will be doubly repaid in the praises of those whose good will is worth possessing. us hiw-break- E. PoIIc Johnson, Public Printer, received a letter tlio other day from 0110 James Cox, of IilliottS' ville, liotvnti county, asking for six or eight lists of the August examination questions. Cox proceeds to say confidentially that ho thinks they could mnko about forty or fifty dollars apiece by taking the lists over into Morgan county and selling them to the teachers there. Col. Joh'ison nt once published the lettci in tbo Cap-ita- l and Cox wilt be proceeded against under the law and will doubtless wake u, soino of these mornings Cor.. and alcoholic spirits arc the greatest agents the devil has with which to curse mankind in this" world and that by their Influence more people nrc sent to hell than by any other means, therefore Riisot.vui), That we as citizens will use all honorable means to discountenance the manufactuic, sale and use of these beverages. This resolution carried unauanious-ly- . Messrs. Ilenuett, Likens and Heau weie appointed to select a committee of one from nil voting precincts in the county, to find the wi.dica of the Prohibition party whether we will nominate n canli 1a'.e for Representative in the next Grue-- il Assembly of Kentucky. The following gentlemen were selected by said committee ami so named: Ilartforl, J. S Vaught: McIIettry, W. R Moore: Sulphur Springs, Dr. H F. Uc.111: Rosinc, C. T. Likens; Cromwell, J. W. Case: Roikport, J. A Miller; Ceutcrtown, J. P. Rowe; Ifedn, Rev. J. A. liennett; Reaver Dam. J. W. Pate; Fordsville, Geo. Crow: Hiilord, Hen Newton. The meeting then adjourned to meet in August 011 call of the Secretary. J. P. Renvii. Chairman. G. J. UiiAN, Lectetary. r 11 Co-riii- 7. - t I 4 f ;.,V Y.V-- 11 SHAKESPEARE 1 1 Hood'sXCures 1 'i,iu ! 1 y ! I I j grief-stricke- n I lie-v- fiie-pro- il scini-centeiii- im. 1 1 s prate-c- ling 1 luw-break- er.s I)i-re- few-day- first-clas- , !! rniM-clau- rt 1 Beaver Dam 3 1 NK z:l .... .... A t 7i '. m 1 ' Duet.--K.nt- ic -- y .tS-s- o Attorney at Law. 'A"V. ' be-fo- e. , - law-brcak- cr. trade-mar- cro-isc- lr 'if ' y HtA'C'r,XJtS-iJg- j mmutHfvuniumo i ft I. r "J- - Here's Luck, Good Friends! arc tight and you arc blue, come down to Fair Bros. & Co.'s and they will help you through. YOU CANT FIND If times IT EVERY DAY, So when it is handed you, don't lail to grab it. Take Firm Hold of And in the grabbing, be sure, to FAIR BROS, ft CO They are" not superstitions, they arc facts. IN--- ' FRIDAY, AUGUST!, 1803. Fresh Groceries at Stevens lins. & Col- Mrs. J. M. Cascbier is very sick nt The best ol feed at C. I.. Field's licr home on Walnut Street. stable. Ice for sale nt any time and any Teachers, call on Williams & Hell tf lor your stationery. quantity, at Williams llros. Rev. K. A. Crow will preach at If you want your horse cared for, Victory next Sunday at n o'clock put up with C. I.. Field. n. in. $2, will pay for both the Hartford Kr.i'UiiMCAN and Cosmopolitan Several planks in the floor of the iron bridge need replacing very badly. You who attend Court and the Indo do well to call on Cascbier & Hurton next week. one year. Messrs. Potter & Condicthavuju.it completed a fine barn on their farm south oi town. t stitute would IJ . . , r i. V - . . . . K t - ft ' TO i .4 ' itir . 7 m I v Jasper P.itton. Kinderhook, moved into the Steele property on For first class Rigs, Saddle Horses Mulberry Street. or Conveyances of every kind, leave Tim Austin was fined $4 and coits your orders with Cascbier & Hurton. in the Heaver Dam Police Court last Remember that you can get the Snt'irlvy, lor disorleriy conduct. best of Feeds for your Horse at Case-bie- r W I, Coiikhn, a prominent attor& Hurton's while attending ney of the I.citclifield Inr, died MonCourt. day night and was buried Tuesday. When you get hot come take a glass Mr. C. S. Taylor, candidate for the of the finest lemonade or milkshake Republican nomination for State Sen- to be had in Hartford at Stevens & ator, spoke at the Horton llarbecue Collins. last Saturday. For fine photographs of yourself Attorney M. I. Heaverin has mov- and family go to Smoot's gallery ed to his new house on the Heaver over Red Front. He does good work Dam Road. It is one ol the nicest and does it cheap. cottages in town. Don't fail to notice the card ofZ. Every teacher should have a good O. King to School Trustees. He offers mngaine. The Cosmopolitan, a lead- a rare chance to supply your school-house- s ing periodical, and the Hartford with such fixtures as you are can be had one year for on- compelled by law to provide. ly $2. A gay fishing party went down the After the exercises at College Hall River Wednesday morning, composed jicxt Wednesday night Mrs. Logic ns follows: Misses Mary Render, Jtowe'.s Sunday School class will serve Annie Hean, Messrs N. M, Garrett, ice cream proceeds for the Baptist J. II. H. Carson and J. D. Coleman. Church. What was lacking in numbers was made up in fun. Those of our citizens taking advantage of ihe last Sunday excursion to The last Quarterly Conference for Louisville, were: II. P, Taylor, John the year will convene with Goshen Vaught, Marvin Dean and M, II. Col- Chinch at S o'clock nnd conlins. tinue over Sunday. Preaching, 11 An Ice Cream Supper will be given a. in., Saturday; Conference, 3:30 p. at the new church near Washington m. Love feast, 9:30 a. 111., Sunday; preachingatiia.m,, also 4 p. 111, Pronight. Schoolhouse payment on the ceeds to go toward The nttcntiou of the teachers is church indebtedness. called to the fact that while they are Woodward's Croquet Party and Ice attending the Institute next week it Cream Supper last Saturday evening would be quite convenient to call at and night was a success. About three Smoot's gallery over Red Front and Rehundred people were present and a have their photographs made. member the place, over Red Front. good time generally. Mr. W. N. Martin, of Cromwell, Dr. J. II. White purchased one of was stricken with paralysis Sunday the horses for sale here this week. In breaking it the horse reared up and evening, but he grew better until falliug.backward gave the Doctor a Monday at 11 o'clock he experienced a severer stroke which came near severe sprain in his right leg. proving fatal. A runner was at once Our old friend, Sep I.each, Horton, dispatched to Hartford for Dr. J. E. called in Tuesday and paid up for the Pendleton. No late reports. Mr. Leach is a successRiU'UiiMCAN. 15. K. Harnard, an exemplary young ful young fanner, and he can't get man of Smallhouse, died Sunday of along without his county paper. consumption. The burying took place Mrs. Rebecca Maftin died of old at the Equality Cemetery Monday in a ;e at her home near Horton early the presence of a large crowd of mournSaturday morning and was buried at ing friends. He will be greatly missBethel Saturday evening, funeral ser- ed by the community, nnd the family vices being conducted by Rev. G. J. have the sympathy of the entire peoBean. ple. Gam Sing Quah may lecture and sing Chinese, but the freshest grocerhas ies aic found at Stevens & Collins. ' horses exercised. Thete was quite a Preparationshad been made by several Monday for stir yesterday morning when it was young people to spend the day picannounced thnt a race was on for 8:30 nicking, nnd when everything was in readiness all started for "Hockcr's Leading-noveltiein dress goods at o'clock between Simon, owned by Bluff," nbout l miles from town. A Yeiscr it Son, nnd the black marc, Fair llros it Co. and after ' M pcia-i- ! -- ..,.,, ...rj.J owned by Taylor it Baird. The race large 'bus had been secured, While nt Circuit Court, call on great big baskets full of dinner had was lively, resulting in favor of the Pace, the barber. been loaded in all was ready, the horse. merry laugh of the buoyant maiden Win. Lyons and G W Hunger have y nr ir ..,i, i.? One of the gentlemen who had the intermingled with the coarser one of 22i.-- i. . -an-- i?:&SlStiaS tj i painted Court Hall. lasdrove of horses and ponies here the sterner sex marked the event as All kinds of groceries can be found soed one of the latter Tuesday eventhe crowd hurried through the street. nt Tracy nnd Sou. ing, and the little mouse colored fel- After about one hour's drive the deshis wild nature, began tination wns reached, nnd then it was Balance Ladies nnd Misses Slippers low, true to The man that nil gave vent to their pent up rearing nnd plunging. for cost nt Fair Bros & Co. jerked the animal nnd it fell to the feeling, and the hills resounded and Call on C. R. Martin nt Williams & ground breaking its neck. If nil erhoen answered back in a joyful Bell's Drug Store for all kinds of jew- this outlandish trash in the shape of the mood. Games were engaged in and elry. ben horseflesh could be all enjoyed the outing hugely. Promptfore getting into the handsof our peoTeachers wanting goods during the ly nt 12 o'clock a sumptuous dinner Institute, can buy them nt Fair Bros ple the country would be better off. was spread by the young ladies, which &Co. was highly enjoyed. As the evening If it were possible to run a newspaper without money we would do it, .shades drew nigh, the horses wctc When in town nttending Court you orhitched to the 'bus and. the trip across HORSE-SHOEIN- G can get the best of LUNCH nt Tracy but it is not possible and hence in der to meet our bills it is necessary to Beda was begun. Arriving in the & sou. to collect what is owing us. If you grove atthe Hcda Schoolhouse, supper While attending Court call on Traowe for subscription or job work was spread and again each one did cy & Sou and get the best groceries please to pay us nt once. We know his share to the hospitality of the in town. the times are close. It you cannot young ladies. About dusk the crowd cached home, feeling that the day Fair Bros & Co. will sell Ohio pay all, pay a part of your nceount. A dollar or two or three, seems small had been joyfully spent. The followcounty teachers goods and take to you, but when you multiply it by ing named patticscomposed the crowd: school orders. several hundred the amount is con- Misses Verda Duke, Carrie Wcerner, C. R. Martin will appreciate work, siderable. Help us at once, we need Ella Cox, Oma Westerfield, Elva such as repairing watches, jewelry Morton, and Messrs. Lee B. Stevens, the money. nnd spectacles. L. I). Millb, E. Tracy, J. R. Pirtleand Rev. B. F. Atkinson, olCampbelh-villc- , Sun A. Andeison. C. R Martin, the best jeweler in nnd Miss Rhea Acton, Barretts Nori:s. . Kentucky, is still in the ring nnd j Ferry, were married nt the home of Dr. Pirtle said his gun would shoot wants your work. the latter on last Wednesday, Rev. -- TO SEE THE- from tiic hill to the mill dam mm Rev. G. B. McDonald will preach at Chas. R. Crowe officiating. Rev. Atmake all thc'curves in the creek. the C. P. Church next Sunday at 11 kinson is a rising young minister of the M. E. Church South, while the. J.ec Mills wanted to cat every jo a. 111., and also at night. bride is an excellent young lady and minutes, nnd would raise a disturbtjaekiJ iA-ii-. An -y,Httr We have the finest chewing tobacThe ance if he wasn't accommodated. a sister to Mrs. C. R. Crowe. co in town. Call and see us. E. Tracy furnished the fun for the young couple left at once .for the u .vrAjmr TitAcy & Son. rtrir, r.;r home of the groom's mother near crowd. Hcnlsontca whole chicken iCZvJL,?. - ji&ZZi&t.'ZS James Sullcnger has just com detect Campbellsville followed by the best for supper. -- riJr-ri' the work on the levee north of town. wishes of a host of friends. Lee Stevens did some expert drivTlie road is in splendid condition. Misses Dora 15. Gibson, Ida Duke, ing over the rough roads. Teachers, we will have milkshake Sira Collins, Mary and Ella Cox, Eva j Tiie caves were visited, but it was and lemonade to keep you cool. Morton, Sallic Coleman, and Messrs. too much like work to climb the hill. Tracy & Son. J. D. Coleman, L. M. Render, Will Kulrrlnliipil. C. Circuit Court commences Monday and R. Foster, Owen Williams return-- , A very pleasant social entertain1 cd from theWorld's Fair Friday night. and we will have the best lunch in. Tracy & Son They had a narrow escape at Indian- ' ment was given Monday evening by town. apolis. They were thundering along Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Yeiscr in honor Teachers, call on Martin for watches, at the rate of sixty miles an hour, and of their guest, Miss Helen Magruder, He will Favo you MONEY by Buying from HIM. Will and olocks; also have your watches when just a little way from the city Utica, Daviess county. , Those in atcollided with a freight train. Fortu- tendance were: Misses Helen Magrufixed up so ns to be ready for teachisell you 11 Buggy, Harness, Lap Duster and Whip from $00.00 nately the engineer on the latter had ngseen the danner in time to get his der, Isabelle McIIenry, Ida Duke, up to $70.00. Tlie D.ivi3 Carriage Company lias tho reputaWhile you arc attending Circuit train nearly stopped and what would , Mary Cox, Verda Duke, Sue Yeiscr, have been a most fatal wreck was in Jessie Ford, Mattic and Rachic tion of building the best Buggy for the money of any Factory Court or the Teachers' Institute you a great measure .averted. The engiMessrs. J. D. Edmondson, will find the host Lunch" at Stevens & neer, fireman and baggageman of the in Cincinnati. passenger were seriously hurt but the Marvin Bean, J. . McIIenry, Dr. J. UIIIM1X I White, Owen Thonins, Dr. J. R. passengers were only shaken up a II. ' Remember that C. R. Martin is at little. for. Armstrong nnd Ab YeisPirtle, Williams & Bell's Drug Store ready cr. Tlie evening was spent in games Tuesday evening nbout 2 o'clock to do all kinds of watch, clock and Mr. Hen McCormick, of the No nnd animated conversation. A 'uxu-riou- s jewelery repairing. repast of choice ice cream and Crock neighborhood, drove out of A very pleasant little tartv was town and when he reached the new cake was served and the guests defiil 011 the levee just across the River parted with many a fond memory of given by Miss Mary Nail Tuesday! lie found a large rattlesnake. Jlr. night in honor of her guest. Miss McCormick at once preceded to slay the joyous occasion. his snake-shiwhose length was Mary Nail, of Owensboro. A Sllilllic. about four feet. The snake had eight Marriage license: Joseph A. SteThe peace of this quiet town was It is hard rattles and a button. vens to Mrs. Nancy Ross. B. F. At- enough to asociae hills and deep greatly disturbed J.ost Thursday night kinson to Miss Rhea E. Acton. L. L; woods and chfTs with rattlesnakes, by the continued firing of pistols on and to know that now and then, Trogdcn to Miss Mandie A Bartlett. only, we are called upon to pass Mill Street and along the alley beNext week is the Institute, nnd all through the rattler's dominions, but tween the street and the River. No confronted with the iact that rattle- less than fifty shots were fired,-man-y teachers, who wear pants, are cordialsnake are killed within a stones ly invited to call for shaves, shines throw of our city limits, is too much buildings were struck by stray bullets. One ball stntck the business hair-cuton II. C. Pace, the Jor human endurance and life in Hartand ford is devoid of all its wonted house of Stevens & Collins within a barber. few feet of where Randall Collins sat c.':anns. Mrs. Mattingly, wife of Mr. Mosc near the rear window. It is supposMattingly, miller nt the Hartford PERSONAL ed that the youngsters had filled up Water Mill, died atthehomeof Mr. R. on Blind Tiger whisky, Buck Pop, II, Gillespie Wednesday evening at 3 etc., and felt that the town belonged lfred flaruch is in town. o'clock. The remains were taken to Alex Carson, Ilcflin, was in fo Se to them. The report goes that the Owensboro that night and interred us yesterday. rioters met a "negro during their yesterday. A good woman has thus j Loucy Thomson, Horton, was in the rounds and that one of them drew a passed away. couple of pistols on him and that the cit yesterday. w-, j ' Ilosea Shown, Beda, called at our young out law has since tried to hire Prof. J. W. Lytic has given up the office yesterday. the nogro to leave town. Be it said idea of entering Vanderbilt Universineto the credit of the J. W. Stevens, Kinderhook, was in ty ns was formerly his intention, nnd gro lie refused to go.-- J'olice Judge to see us this week. leaves Monday for Owensboro where Charlie Shown, Beda, was a pleas- W, L. Hawkins opened a court of inhe will enter the law office of Powers quiry Friday and continued it over ant caller Saturday. it Atchison, one of the leading law Miss Maimcc Barnard, Louisville, is the first of this week and the matter Kentucky. We wish firms of Western has had a pretty thorough sifting. the Judge much success in his chosen visiting Miss Jessie Fotd. Nos. 234 to 2.iaEast Market Street, Between Brook and Floyd Streets. Mrs. Fred Baruch returned from Several writs have been issued and field. the chances are that some of our J.ousvillc Monday night. For ten days it has been rumored A. P. Taylor, Westerfield, is in young bloods will lealizc that they THE BEST $1,00 PER DAY HOTEL IN THE CITY OR STATE. that Felix Pool, the rapist had been Henderson visiting relatives. have made a mistake. .Friday mornshot and killed by a mob near Magan Henry Hardwick, Ilopkinsville, is ing Henry Fields' milch cow was or Whitcsville. Nothing is known with his many friends this week. found dead in tlie neighborhood of of it here save hear say. The dailies Miss Mnggic Martin, Elizabeth-tow- the shooting of the night before. A yesterday contained occounts of the bullet was found in her body nnd it is visiting Miss Edna Griffin. affair purporting to have accurred. Kinderhook, made is supposed that some of the gang G. W. Mnple, Our people fear the whole thing is a us a pleasant call yesterday moriiing. shot her. fake. OUTHERN J. Lou Hill' spent Saturday and Kllklllx. Sunday in Rosins, the guest of Mrs. Is It possible ft Top Buggy with Siher - plated Dash UallScat Rail, Handles, Mr. Z. O. King, the hustling agent Sullengcr. J. R. Colbe, of Sulphur Springs, Aiuu jjuuua uitu juan iipSfiur uuux; pw.ci of the United States Furnituie Comcame to town early Wednesday mornG B Linkens nnd Perry Casebier pany, was in Butler county last week . wpJiling ing carrying a large bundle of hickattended the Atkinson-Acto- n supplying the schools with the new fur Wednesday. ory switches which had been laid at uiturc required by the new school law. Kinderhook, his door the previous night. The Sherman Williams, Superintendent Thacher traveled with went to Princeton Sunday, switccs were about forty or fifty in him through tlie county. Mr. King Wednesday night. number and five or six feet long and will be here next Friday the nth, J. C. Riley and daughter, Miss Bor-th- many of them as large at the but as a inst, and our Trustees would do well w ill leave lor tlie World's Fair man's thumb. A note was left with w j- - o ts about August 1:5th. to meet him. O 0 o the switches charging Colbe with W. C. Gray, Forcbville, and A. R failing to provide for his children, Friday the nth is Trustee day at Renfrew, Sulphur Springs, called on psseS with an iutcntioa of getting married the Ohio County Teacher's Institute us while in town Tuesday. ngain and threatening him with uns O nnd every Trustee who can possibly Fin Misses Jessie Ford, Maimse Barclay should do so. nard, Sallie Gate nnd Abbie Gillim named treatment which he would not Vehicles. come to town that Write for our New 60 page Catalogue of all kinds of scon forge-- t if he did not leave the Auiiress Trustees are compelled by law to went to Abbievjlle Tuesday. country in two days or else provide SOUTHERN BUGGY CO. purchase a considerable amount of M. Lawoii, Presiding Elder for Rev. J. his children. It was Colbe's CINCINNATI. OHIO. U. S. new furniture for the schools at once of the Owensboro District, is spenddaughter who was raped by James and an opportunity will be afforded ing the week with Rev. E. E. Pate. Ilines a few weeks ago an account of for such purchases on the clay named. N. M. Garrett, i?rc.ul:fort, accompaCliiiiiKCN In tlio C'utlOKO Fiiciillj-Remember the time Friday of the nied J. I). Coleman home from the whose trial nnd holding over appearPro!. Wm, Foster, Jr., lias accepted World's Fair and is spending a week ed in the Rki'UW.ican. Suspicion the position ns Vice President of the Institute. or two in the city. points to Hincs nnd his associates as College for the present year in place Gam Sing Quah, n native China-ma- n Miss Sallic Coleman. Mc.srs. N. M. the guilty parties. Colbe claims that of Prof. J. W. Lytic resigned. Prof. came up Tuesday evening from Garrett andJ.D. Coleman visited Mrs. thete were four or five men and that Foster is a fine educator and has just InOwensboro with Rev. J. R. Crawford Sarah Taylor and family near Beaver he saw two or three of them. returned from a ten mouths session at Monday and Tuesday. Dam and on Wednesday night at the MethVanderbilt University jitj, Nashville, Aro Vim A'rrtiiut. odist Church, he delivered a very inMiss Lula Johnson left yesterday you tired out, do you have that where he won distinguished honors as structive lecture on the manners and for Greenville, where she will visit Are a student. He came out second in the customs of his people. He was in- for a few weeks, after which she will tired feeling or sick headache? You near Grenvillc. opea school can be relieved of all these symptoms Academic Department nnd was chosen troduced to tlie audience by the talHood's Sarsaparilla, which editor of the "Comet,'" the College ented young divine, Rev. Crawford, Junius B. Barnett.J'arson, Kansas, by taking in vain by and Mrs. J. L. Harnett and children, givesueive.mentnlnud bodily strength paper, a position coveted nnd attired in native Chinese costume Owensboro, nre visiting their mother, and thoroughly purifies the bloodr It many an able young man. delighted his hearers for an hour and Miss Sallie Coleman will have Mrs. Amanda Harnett, Kinderhook. also creates a good appetite, cures ina half, His talk was very instruccharge of the Intermediate DepartSchapmire returned digestion, heartburn and dyspeysla. Miss tive and his appeal touching. Ilia Miss ment during Ihe current year. vissongs sung in Chinese were quite a home Wednesday after a mouth's Iud. Hood's Pim.s are easy to take, easy Coleman lias won an enviable reputait to relatives in Canuellton, treat. Gam Sing Quah is a theolog25 cents tion in the schools of the county ns She wan accompanied home by Miss in action and sure in effect. ical student at Lebanon Tenn., pre- Mattic Huddo. n box. one of our ablest and most successful paring himself for missionary work in his native country and spends his R. P. Hocker nnd daughter, Miss teachers. She is possessed of rare . to 1JM-- t.1.0 ri, marvacations delivering lectures in order Virgie, Mrs. lf. O. Austin" and Ah-- r- WiiViuj. Malar; dfewllotj tad powers of intellect and her methods to enable him tocontinue his studies. daughter. Miss Attic and son, Clad-Ui- c, discipline arc tip to the best and "1TVJ" H. 'V.V3 A liberal contribution was niaile by all of Beaver Dam, returned from It 4 ''11 for h'i b i.ll .lcAlea V tandard. the audience. the the World's Fair Sunday night. Visit Fair Bros. & Co. bargains. s A IMriilr 1'nrly., Several horses arc in training at the A jollier crowd never left Ilattford Fair Grounds nnd many of our citiCheese and crackers nt Tracy & morning. zens go over of mornings to sec the than the one last Tuesday Sou. I.UNCH at Tracy and Sou. 1 11 J-!fi- P m "" Aa Si pug lb W 111 l " '4 ifi&SSrsss v w - General - Blacksmith, Beaver 33230., JESjy. neck-broke- All kinds ol Repairing done on short notice and at most reasonable rates. A SPECIALTY. 1 Agent for tlie Kansas City Complete Circuit, All Steel, Mounted Hay Press, Disc Harrows, Osborne Mowers and Hakes. Come to Hartford 1 jiisssrirj i4 SPRING OPENING OF J I L. Field's car of Buggies just from the Davis Carriage Company. Sau-derfu- r; So come and judge yourself. I p ISE HOTEL, i i m i m mwM ffl li m m JOHN SEARCY, Proprietor. I n, $37.50 S QUEEN i6s gc a, ?flC y ji EoFg THE . j . When you come to town next week to - attend Circuit Court or the Teachers' stitute, remember that the Commercial Hotel is prepared to entertain all comers Lt-wi- c - Special rates lor board by the weok. The table will be furnished with the best eatables the prices. at most reasonable '.l 11 lfl ket affords. 1 T ff, A i. t, ;A' maigrai y rwwrr-;iyr- ,Ti TTrrysas .in i.....r., , VV Hartford ReUlHifcan .Pill DAY, AUGUST J, 1803 An lniMirlitnl llccMoii. A CASK OF TRUE LOVE. Oh, How Very Clliul Fuanki-okt- Oi'i'icii oi' Supkkintijnukst Ol' PUIIMC INSTUL'CTION, , 1 d Ky.: Dr.AK Sik: The amended in the case appealed from District No. S3, your county, tinted July 7. did not reach me in time to le considered before the day which is set for the beginning of the school. I now answer without citation as to law and court decisions, as the matter does not admit of delay. The npleants require opinion as to points a, 4, 5i 6, as numbered by you in your decision. I copy the language of your decision without entering into a written discussion of statements filed by both parties to thccontioversy. V. Davis did 2. I decide that A. not enter upon the duties of his office until July i, 1893 It was held by the State Superintendent, in a case tried in 1891, that a trustee elected on the first Saturday ' in June could not take office until Ju ly 1, unless appointed by the County Superintendent to fill vacancy existing. Appeal was taken from his decision to the State Hoard. The Hoard affirmed the ruliiigoftheSuperintend-cut- . The decision of Superintendent Douglas 011 point 2 is sustained. that the contract 4. I decide made and entered into between William Cassity, teacher, and Sebree, Hawkins and Simpson, trustees of District No. 53, before July, 1, 1893, (said contract was made during the month of June, 1S93, and said school is to open July io, 1893), is a valid contract for the school year ending tec-or- John W. 893-. Ky.,July Douolas, lysQ., Owkntox, ) June 30, 1894. The decision of the Count)' Superintendent on point 4 is in accordance with the ruling of the State Hoard, which ruling has been sustained by the courts. The decision of the County Superintendent is affirmed. 5. I decide that the Sebree, has until July 10, '93, in which to turn over the books, papers, etc., to his successor in office. g It is the duty of the chairman to turn over the records to his successor on the first day of July, if the successor has been legally qualified and stands ready to assume the duties of the office. If Mr. Davis has not presented certificate of Judge and Clerk, and taken the oath of office as prescribed by law, the County Superintendent may properly require the to withold the records until he has done so. The time is discretionary with him, within reasonable limits. 6. I decide that Jackson did vacate the office of trustee by moving out of out-goin- Srr Illnit How ho loved her! As tliu train rolled slowly out of tho station, bearing him toward tho being that had awakened in him tho 0110 absorbing lesion of his llfo hia impatienco knew no bounds. It seemed to him that tho timo had never gone, so slowly before Tho book ho had bought lay untouched on tho seat beside him. No reading for him tliat day. For Hepnlra Would Ho IVa.tcil. three long weeks now ho had beon sepa"Sny, mister, don't you want your rated from her. Puorchild! It had been front gate fixed?" hard for her, too those thrco long, weary "What's tho matter wltli it?" asked tho weeks. Ho saw her as sho moved around Georgetown mnii. tho 1)01180 listlessly, uuablo to find the "It sags llko everything." satno interest in eoniinonplaco things "It does sag it llttlo bit. But there's that sho had beforo ho cnnio Into her life. no uso of fixing It now." "How n woman loves!" ho thought to "Why?" himself as tho train sped on. "Foor lit"Because," nnd holookcd thoughtfully tle gfrll It is so hard for her to bo sepaup at tho big sluido tree, "I havo thrco will soon bo with daughters nil oer 17 years old, and tho rated from me, but I her now." And tho swift blood mounted cugugemeut season Is just opening." to his checks as ho thought of how ho Washington Star. would clasp her in his nrms onco moro and kit's1 back into her fair young fnco A Snrrimtlo Cllrl. tliu old glad light of great joy that had "Accept my hand, Augusta?" And tho been born of this wonderful love. At maiden looked at tho hand, which was last tho train stopped. Tho enrringo was something smaller than an nverngo sized there, but sho would not meet him nt salt tlsh, hesitated a moment and then tho station, sho had written, for their said, sweetly: first meeting, sho thought, should "Isn't thero something off when yon How sacred their lovo wasto her! tiike so largo an order?" Texas Sittings. ho thought, as ho told tho driver to hurry. Soon tho hoiifco was in sight. They An Oriihnn. drovo up tho long nvenuo of elms, and then, oh, how his heart leajied within him ns ho saw her dear fnco in tho window! It was but an instant to run up the steps, to stiido Into tho parlor, and then something wonderfully soft nnd fluffy, something in pink lny in his arms cling-in- g to hhu, nnd ho was kissing passionately tho full, red lips that lny upturned to his own. "Dearest," ho murmured, "Come, now, you'd better hike out of looking down into tho beautiful violet here! Where's your mother?" eyes Into whoso depths it seemed ns if "Ain't got no mother! Never had nny his very soul had nt last found shelter mothcrl" "Dearest, nro you glnd to rims me'r" "Como off! Never hnd nny mother!" "Am I glad to boo you?'1 b!io auswercd, "No. I c.iino out of Bill Jones' Insmiling up nt him with n look of utter cubator." Brooklyn Life. contentment. "I should say I wns. I am going to givo u dnnco tonight, nud The Wrong Kliut. wo need yon to fill out tho set." Now Colonel Kaintuck What cnnied tho York Press. row? Sambo Yo' see, sah, wo wnz throwin A Wny. old shoes afteh tho happy couple, an Sain Ho was 0110 of tho small boys whose Jolmsing, wot wuz jilted, felt jallus, and presenco creato moro apprehension than ho frowed 11 horseshoe. Truth. i that of n bombshell would. "Dear mo," said Jlrs. McFnddles, "1 I Cants Money to Ltic. wish I could mnko our lawn look better. Llttlo Girl I haven't had n now dress It is really very shabby." for ever so long. ' Tho small boy's father and mother Mother No, drnr; mnmmti couldn't sympathized with her, nnd other memnfTord it. But bo patient until my last bers of tho company expressed their conis worn out, and then I'll make yon cern, when tho youngster himself spoko dress nico dresses of tho sleeves. Good two up. News. "I know n wny," said he. "Oh, you do!" said tho hostess. "What Jint S11. Is itV "Yes, I was to meet her nt 8 o'clock, "Lot pa walk on it. Nearly every timo bnt I got thero at 7:15." ho goes out of tho houso ma has to warn "Well, what about it?" him to bo careful not to let tho grass "It was n quarter to wnit, yon kuow." grow under his feet." Washington Star. New York Press. Ill.ltMt llrl Wan to ncss nnd dexterity with' which ho shifted tho instrument from ono hand to tho other nnd worked with tho left ns well ns with tho right. A newcomer who hnd never seen hhn operato nnd had never heard of this double facility could not control Ids wonderment. "Do you seo that?" ho whispered in tho ear of it fellow student. "He's ninplilbi-ous!- " Youth's Companion. onsumption That dreaded and dreadful disease! IWhat shall stay its ravages? Tfiousanils USTVi 'say Scott's Emulsion of pure Norwegian cod liver oil and hypophosphites of lime and soda has cured us of consumption in its first stages. Have you a cough or cold acute or leading to consumption? Make no delay but take ftfflT jTT J?gDE A CCCKKORSE.TO LOUIS 01 flgfV5qf SOME if ft?L??raT ST. COURSE, l GET, E i :nsi mimi WtgWJQM wh.l.p io Liu;a. if- jikJft a a . MtlUWus BBB iaTTE miim. ".A yn ( ITSAER!TSF0RCLEAN!NG I til y . 't-rr- - XZjSSZ. - Yamfrtvfr ;t enrs J i I1IIUI 4J AND WASHING THE CLOTHES, ASSURE: IT A WELCOME W KM m FAIRBANKS jagotsTT.ra 0 i I euros Coughs, Colds, Consumption, Scrofula, and oil Anaomlo and Wnetlng DI800803. Provonts wasting In children. Almot in patninblo as milk, tirt only thr frrntilnc. Bcott'a Emulsion Tro-par- Scott's Emulsion Wfi vji'-iu- CLARE 15 THE BEST FOR EVERY HOUSEHOLD USE. b ensp yorlc. by Tcott Bowno, Chemists, Now Sold by all Druggists- - ALL GROCELFIS KEEP IT. PE. OMLY BY A I'liinlly Vli'ii. CO.MMKKCIAI,. Criturallabita u.i' if L.CTcurdutlw: of Mr- Hook N.KFAIRPANK&CG. ST. LOUIS. sssSdMHiM Mr. llenjntnin Folsom, a near relative to the. President, CoiimiI nt Sheffield, gave a luncheon in honor of the day on the 4U1 of July, to which the Mnyor of Sheffield nnd 10 other guests were invited. Mr. Kolsom proposed a toast "to the Queen and the President .she the bet beloved of Quceu.s; he the most honest and 1 wiignM.wo'ii.i ey.m.d. Alluuta.Ua.cmiuulUiWliUcUiUltiU 11 Ium9 U fcritrni:r i.oitisvn.i.i:,sr. i.iuiin a ti:x. it. L.ai.7iil.i Si, l.N Lj.ii ShhiIIiij, .Vi.5l, NOV. I, . 3I7"53t.Sol3C , sty iIK -.. 'V- bCIIEDUI.K KKKKCT No.SJ, Itolljr. 0 JS 7.-- Hil. upright of Piesidcuts." It will not strike the average American that it was felicitous in Mr. Kolootu to make I.. WKSI'IIOl'Nli. l.nulMllli' Dill-7.1 c . . Wit Point it llrii!ulMilir)( ItvhiKton U.17 "I. . in. in. in. IM. 111. S.i'7 '17 a special point about the honesty and uprightness of our President. Those qualities may silely be taken for granted in an American President. No country in the world has had .1 line of rulers or chief magistrates equal in ability and all the high qual ities becoming the first place in the land to our Presidents. Kach of them in his turn has been the object of partisan abuse, but there is not one of them that has not lelt behind him a reputation as an honest and upright Mi!ifii.Kiii (lowil-u- l IliiMosiillr 1., hi pi it OrtCtWlmrn Ar. Ilrnler""!! r. i:l n. K!! n. II II 11. p. in, p. in p. 111. p. 111, Nil s i-- ' p. 111. HMIn.1'1. U:lilp. in. 'J. 11 111. . . i " . . , , -t 1 S.il'illt. i:sriior.Ni'. II ll.llii. IC in. 111 lulnp. 111. l'Vllp.m, It'll 12 u. 111 l.'M Wp l. 111. o. nMi '.11 in. 1. in I.v. Hin.lorrnn HlMittnvlllf OwciiJiin) I.iwl"wrt Ilnuirvillc Iwiiy 711 n.m. i Up. 111 7M7 . in. :l .17 p. in. it. in. I & p. 111, i. .', iMil.v. n.l, 'M&w&i&'w: Onpo-ito SLs fc3B- - n8pBJ- - .. Citv Scalos. 'ill. DltlN'KU, .Manager. '.in n.m. ft "I p. Ml rinicrort Stihpnpnr: Iriiiifclon llriinlonliiire U'ii.1 IVitu Ar. '.'..si n. m. 1. in i, livni 11.111. 5 '7p . !' . in. ii'l'i . U.i'iii. in, .sup, . in . n Kepairinj; nnd Wwlo work ii8 cheap n nm body, nuality cmiMilorvil. KUCJCSIKS KHO.M $l!5 Ul. ci niiitin; i niepromptly. Give us a call. vnvnbcnpvF'q . I Ii'l'i, mm, Mr. "Well llriiiiclit Up." Another Ali.rutmlmli'il One. The most absentminded of men is tho professor who, when ho hears himself knocking tho ashes out of his piie, will call out, "itome m: Tit-Uit- Thoy OwiipiI II I in. ' Ml I Stranger Do you belong to the firm? Employee Yes, sor. they own mo for 10 hours every day. Yankee I31udo. Souiethlng In Froiipect. A ragged colored boy about 12 years old sat on tho sidewalk In tho full glare of tho noonday sun with his back against tho board fence. A very solid old man, walking with great dignity, cnino along nnd halted to look tho urchin over nnd inquire: "Boy, hain't I dun seen yo Bumwhnr befo'? Iloint yo' do widder Taylor's BOllf the district. This point is not material, as the contract under consideration was not the one made by Jackson and others. The acts ofllawkins.whowasatrustee -- Life. in fact if not by right, are binding as Something or Other. to third parties. Tho nolines family uro studying Yours truly, French, and tho children aro required Ki I'ortj'.k Thompson to ask for what thoy want nt tablo In t'nrtil By local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. lMiriiop.! i'llllllOt In' & There is only one way to cure deafsternly. ness, and that is by constitutional "Yon bet!" remedies. Deafness is caused by an "You nro wrong, Charles," answered inflamed condition of the mucous Mrs. Holmes. "Tho French word for (lny)." lining of the Eustachian Tube. When milk is l.iit retorted tho boy, "I knew it "Well," this tube is inflamed you have a wns something ubout a hen." Detroit rumbling sound or imperfect hearing Free Press. and when it is entirely closed, Deaf-i- s I'rolinbly Ilnnntcil. the result, and unless the inflamMrs. Slimpurse Did you inquiro about mation can be taken out and this thnt houso wo liked so much? Mr. Slimpurse Thnt houso Is tube restored to its normal condition haunted or something. will be destroyed forever: bearing "Goodness! Did tho landlord say so?" "N-o- , not exactly, but ho seemed to bo nine cases out of ten arc caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an in- suro we'd movo out insldo of n week-.- " "Horrors! Did ho say ho thought wo flamed condition of the mucous sur- would?" faces. "Well, not in so many words." We will give One Hundred Dollars "Then what did ho say?" "Ho said ho wnnted n month's rent in for any case of Deafness (caused by advance." New York Weekly. catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's He Wnulil Not Tnku No. Catarrh Cure. Send for circular;frce. "I'll not take 'No' for an answer, Miss F. J. Ciiknt.v & Co., Toledo, O. Bunker Priscilla," ho declared bravely by Druggist, 75c. d ns ho passionately pressed Ids suit. "Then, sir," replied tho cold nnd II .'leu linen. Boston girl, rising proudly to tho occasion, "will you, in lieu of that much I'.XCIIANC.i:. If men only knew how much their hackneyed negative assertion, accept my positive declination to respond concurwives appreciate the little attentions rently to tho query propounded?" that they consider too small to think And ho did. Truth. about there would be more of the Ultra id Hit l' inliiliilt. courtesies that marked the Maiuuia (binding up Tommy's split y period manifested in the evciy-dafinger) Your poor child! What can't routine life that conies after you play baseball with a softer ball? Tommy (with intense disgust) Aw, marriage. A man, when he has sucnuyhody'd know you was n ceeded in winning a woman, calmly Detroit Tribune. lays aside all those delightful little Wultiug. ways that, if he only knew it, did so Young Man So Miss Ella is your oldcaptivate her, and with the much to est sister? Who comes utter her? air of a man who has run after a Small Brother Nobody ain't como as street car, he settles down ami reads yet, but pa Riys tho fust fellow that his paper without having an idea comes can ha'uher. that she is eating her heart out bellor.ii't I'll)'. cause of theabsenceoftho.se trifling who had for several minA attentions, that mean so much to her. utes lecturer, hisaudieucuontho beauharangued Listen,. all ye men, to a wife who ties of politeness, was interrupted by n knows how much woman's nature is man who aroso and said: "That's all very well, cap mighty alike and how happy they all become in this town nu nil that, over little kindness that may not in duo tulkiii, don't pay." but politeness considering, but your eyes be worth "You aro mistaken, sir," tho lecturer which to them speak of a sentiment answered; "politeness pays In any and that has not died out in marriage and nil towns." wrong," tho interrupter "No, you a polite regard for the wife that is as persisted; nrodon't pay hero. I'll tell "it A you why. For souio timo I havo been great as that shown the fiancee. small boquet, some little gift as n sureating at n lunch'counter round yonder, prise, nn outing planned, or the offer and I noticed that every man sat up to nnd ns 1 to read to her while she sews and the tho counter with his hat 011,concluded wasn't brought up that wny I nl ways grateful courtesies thnt you to tnko my hat off, and I did so." "Well, did any 0110 object?" tho lecshow every other woman will be ten times doubly appreciated by the wile. turer usked. "Oh, no, thcio was no objection, but It isn't the cost that counts with her. you seo souio fellow btolo my hat." ArIt is the motive, and even though kansas Traveler. you spend nn extra dollar or two on Well Knilout'il. uiiecessary trifles, ns you deem them, known surgeon 'is amA certnin your reward will be in the brighten- bidextrous. well 11 Mnlnprop among stuAs ing eyes and contented face of the dents onco said of him, "Ho can uso ono woman who receives them. hand just ns well us tho other, nud perhaps a llttlo better!" Ono day ho wns operating in a enso Read and profit by the Ad. of the Ohio Chemical Co., published in this whichieqnlred groat delicacy of manipulation, and tho students presont wero paper, 0Jr9.'r.0. wltU (t'ln'Jl'lU'iii.ot.thocalm.' s. n-tyi-Solenl-ture- d ante-imp-tl.- il Tit-Bit- nativo Paree. Charles, tho youngest small boy, was asked for the French namo of milk. "Set," said tho youngster. "Is that correct'?'' usked his mother "Yes," waa the reply. "An what yo' loatin round ycro in dis fashnn fur: "Am dat yo'r bizness?" saucily demanded the boy. "Am it? Am it? Waal, I should declar to reckon it was!" "What yo' got ter do 'lxmt it?" "What I got to do 'bout it? Why, boy, yo' doan' 'pear to know me! Permit 1110 to interdnce myself as do gem'lan who has bin co'itin yo'r mndder fur do las' threo weeks an who's duu gwino to marry her dis eavenin un becomo yo'r Look out fur mo 'bout 7 o'clock tomorrer muwniu, boy! I'zo gwino to begin nt dat nlrly hour to mako yo' wish you'd nebbor bin bo'n into dis ycro stnit of Alabama to sho' yo'r peartncssP De' troit Free Press. step-fadde- Ileal t!r. fJ'A' I i Folsom, however, did some ' ,'r ll:.:,r, , thing in uoisc taste than that. He T"llll V". 'I 111 t I Nn. " ,1;mile trillioi'll lrIIU!llll(Nlllil Vl. HI'll Illln. r.'Ji 111.', Hurl nl.nrir has been oecup) ing a position as ConU'clirn It. 1!., nnil sul under the Republican Adininis-- , mM IhiiiiiiI. Ki r InrilnT i'lfonn.illuii, Ml.lrri.p II. t. iiiMlUt i:, m'ii. . M k'I. , '.ration and he euteud upon a discus- - ' I. ii.li. Ilo Ky. n isvJTfiansiiisriKiirci m'oii of American the policy of hisown Government and ' .STOPPED FREE the! tNpressing gratification at rain Pencnt Rttlorrd jDr.KUNEB GREAT thought that a policy would soon be Mm? lit? U COTn rrn adopted more ng 11 cable to his British J'rt.VrPI t'r:ul)it auditors. This was not in good taste ' I I It Pit rn.f irtppviu 1 SM4 tUJOAtfJ I i.. ..., ,... .i ? M or in good accord with the tiaditions S.TujM i'5"';.vs!iT.vvo'v1T,.'Asri-r.,rI , nil tcmiiii , H ill CFiUtr.th.C FA..WOJL , or customs of the service to which lie u'.'i' belonged. He introduced a reading oftanll planks in the Chicago plat-- 1 foim with these remaiks: "Knglnnd's greatest customer has CENTRAL CUT, KY. k been the United States, and, fn spite R. R. PAXOM, Pn'JPniTOR. 4 of tariffs, there is and must continue f Has juet been upairc! an.lnc1.I7 to be a great and gigantic trade flowing from Kngland to America. Hear, fumislicd. Located flow to Depot. pAV M jg Sj tig f You have passed the worst hear. Goml meal, or fir.t-claGive && w'fii? lunch period: you have crossed the highest f3 barrier that can be raised between the United States and fireat Britian in the way of trade obstruction. Applause. I will tell you why this is. b'or the first time since the jear 1S60 the Democratic party, which has oeen the party of free trade, is for the first time in power, not only in the executive, AND but in both its legislative branches. During the former term The Leading Republican Family Paper of the United States, Applause. of Mr. Cleveland he was blocked by For only $ I.Jo, Cash in .Idrunre. i the Senate between him and the House of Representatives, which was Democratic and therefore no bill could be passed which was not in the shape bctwi:i:s of a compromise. When the struggle LOUSVILLE ana MEMPHIS, came on for the Presidential election WITH Oiws all the nui ol Town, County and State, ami us much National last year the Democratic party, for new.-niany other papei of its elarf. Your home would he incomplete withPULLMAN BUFFET Sleeping Cars' the first time in its history, took fair out it. nnd square ground and made a FHOM AND TO straight out and out issue between i.oi'isviM.r.'iinii'nis.VM'K.Niit'it it.vni.N itodK.iim: m:vuki.imm'. protection and tariff for revenue tin Mt'inilil, Ja a Xationnl Family Paper, nnd fives' ti'l tho fjcnoral news of the U. B. only." and thu v.otld. It giyci the events of foreign lamU 111 n nutaliell. It has reading from the DemoThen after The Quick and Desirable Route K'parnte ttcpartmoiits foi Tim Kaiuily Circle, and our Young Folk. Its cratic platform he said: TO AND Home und Society coluin" command the admiration of wives and daughters. " "Inclosing my career in Sheffield N nw Vnrfc Plitlnilnllililn I'Oll llilllmnrii as Consul of the United States it nro coinprclicnsivo, Wellington Nurfolk Old Point ('iiilnrt Jtn general political iicwtf, cilitoriulti and iliseii"-ioi- n Iviclninmil Itiill'ilii Cluvnliiml biilliant and exlmuctive. It Agriciilturul department has no superior .in me satisfaction to think that Toledo ChirH;(i ltiilliinupolU the couiitry. lu Maiket Hepoitn arc recognicd ntithority in all parte of the before another twelve mouths lias Cincintuiti l,(iiK lllo rolled by Sheffield will not be sub- Kastorn nnd Northoastorn Polnte Inn I. A Special Contract enables us to oflcr this splendid Journal and The mill Mompliis VicKaburf; Union Kongo jected to the onerous nnd oppressive Kcptihlicuii ior one ) ear Now Orleans Mobile l.ittln Hock Hot tnrifT duties that have restricted her Springs und p:int in Wt Ti'iines- - I.uisiillc in, p. 111 M p, m. piv. p. in, 1:"' p. ni, ! u., p. m 111, i. ni. 7.11 rt !li?SPlSBS3,,,i, ill i J32llSffi&i&f''' l feE?siia I I polities",-coudeinin- g J nirC'.VxsCS j mfcimiMMM i MI'-T- KI.I-.Ikh-AM- 1'a mJvAVy - CnniiWTci.i! I I lloivL &33&m -, j llVJVg felSSSSOKi WMHM AtWi V&SlmS9Bm Favorite Home Niiwspapur ''I; IiSi'SAaM 'M i ft tlWr THE REPUBLICAN sro Tcxns Arl.itmus .Mis'ltupjii LoiiUIatm Hint II:r .South nnd SOUTHWEST. is thoroughly oqmppi-il 4 slew York Weekly Tribune, trade." Mr. Polsoni seems to be more con- cerned about the welfare of Sheffield's trade than about the trade of the United'Stntes. We refer to Mr. Polsom's speech mainly, however, in order that our readers may have the benefit of the it affords as to Mr. Clevenro yon so hitter against indication Clara Why land's probable policy in regard to him just becauso ho proposed and you the tariff. Mr. Polsoni is one of the refused him? Maud? The wretch! JI? raid ho President's family, and must speak' would never ask mo again. Vcgac. by the card, and bethinks evidently that Mr. Cleveland means to carry Clrciiiimtniitlnl Kvldil.re. Tommy was getting well of tho meas- out the Democratic platform so far as les and his mother was properly careful it falls to him to do so. He has give lest ho should bo allowed to exposo himus the family view of the probabilself. Tommy still out in that cold gar- ities. "Is den, Bridget?" sho asked toward night If you can nflbrd to be annoyed fry fall. "No, mum, I10Y1 como in." sick headache and constipation, don't "Whero is he?" use De Witt's Little Karjy Risers for "Suro nn I haven't seen hiui, mum, L.B. IIhan. but I know ho'u como in, 'ciuao tho cat's hey will cure them. got on top of tho tea cupboard.'" Ex1(0 Ulll'll MllhlllllKl change, Kr.NTucicv i,i:.ur.K Ilo LomiI Ilia Hone. BAniiwuu., K v., July 15 James Colonel Yerger Sam, you must bo very careful when you feed the horses. McXHUin, horn at Fincastle Court Always speak to n horso beforo you touch Hoiiie, Vn., Oct. 12, 1776, is dead. him or ho may get mcrcd and let fly His wonderful memory wns the talk both heels at your head. Sam Joluibtng Yes, sah, I'll lw keer-fu- l. of the community for years. He was a friend of James K. Tolk, mid had Colonel Yerger I hopo you will. I .seen George Washington and had talkdon't caro to havo a lamo horso ou my ed with hint "frequently. He had heeu bauds. Toxus Sittings. twice married, his first wife heing A .loku on tho Nurse. a Miss Tcrrill, of Tennessee, by whom This story is about Philadelphia twins. he had twelve childien, nnd his secTho nurso was giving them a bath. ond wife was a Miss Clifford, also of Later, hearing tho children laughing in that state. By his&ecoud wife he had bed, sLo buid: "What nro you children Inughlug eight children. Only one of the twen' about?" ty children is now living. He was "Oh, nothing." replied Edun, "only hale nnd hearty up to a short time you huvo given Edith two baths nnd his death, and not over a month haven't given mo any." Philadelphia ago he walked a mile. Post. he-fo- X. Y. Tiihune, regular price per year llai tfonl IiVpiibliean " " ' " For OsjlIst- $1.23 idoi Total .Subscription may Addresdull nrderii to sroeii?. $1.00 1.25 Tliollro llrst-elus- nnd In l condition, nml provides nn oxi-olent nrrnngompiit In timo nnd tliroii',-1- . A fkaturk is tliu timo and convenienco secured by tho Limited Hxpriw Trains. Only a kioiit's uiiik bctweon LouUvilla nnd Memphis, ur.d tho lic.H nnd quickest service betweon ll.o tv.'j s $2.25. Wo furnish both Papers one year for 81.25, bciii at any timo. ami nil loilri'ilinformn. Tlcketn, Timi'-TuUo- " lion apcurnl liy npplvini: to J, li.'l'lcliciiiir AkciiI nl IWiix'r liinii.iir T.B.Lynch, IIAUTFOiiU HKPUKLICAN, iluitfbrd, yraagagMigtaguawwjfeKeafat-a C.a'i Pass, A?.L.ui.iil!., Hr. Kentucky. ttKiljL-- iaa5'i;Jiii.a.Siaffl :& "!SrcsTOL ",WBrfl3LJL ' All Iageuloup Theory. "They say a woman can't keep a secret." "Thoy do say so." "Well, I think women are too much blamed in this mutter. It isn't tho woman that gives away the secret. It is the ueoplo sho .tells it ."who let it out." Little Karly Risers is a misfortune. These little pills regulate the 'liver, cure headache, dyspepsia, bad;breatb, constipation nnd billiousness. L. II. UKAN. 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