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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1893 hao1893081101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1893 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. m)0CmUiKljjrJt .attaa.fc l- - iffr,,.. ,,, V )f j . i ..n;. . " t,T?M!)SWa The Republican and the Cosmopolitan, a leading magazine, for only $2.00. JO, B, RQQERS. The DEMOCRATIC Olllrltillj- - "Republican. Haeidr! OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE The Republican and Cour.ier-Journal both one year for only $1.70 TSRMS---S1.2- Publisher. PARTY !H THE 'FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL jrr" V DISTRICT, 5 Per Annus, Is Admit, VOL. VI. Plantation colortd people HARTFORD KY., FJUl&iY, AUGUST 11, 1893. POLICY. are often nflllctcd, NO. 2. Fenner found whcn trawling JT;iii7 ,, tho south. Thoir diseases I ' n'flrfl nnlnfiil Many of tliem lind what they called 'a rising under tha Jaw." This was a swulllutf of tho pnratold or glnnd. He mod with them, Invariably, his Golden ltellef. As It tho pnln and reduced tho swelling almost Immediately In every case, they called lfc " (lolden Itulici Quick," a not Inappropriate namo. Dr. Fcnncr met b plitntor who Informed him that ho would kooncr lie without corn meal und bacon on which Mr colored help subsisted, than Ooldcn ltellef, which he itfccd to euro their aches, pains, Rummer complaints and flux. This Itemed cures any ailment which has Inflammation und puin as Mb base, from a chronlo broncliith to a pulmonary rounumptlon. Inflammation can no inoro cxls.t In presence of this remedy than can the honey bee under tho fumes of sulphur. No inflammation, no swelling, no pain, no bronchitis, no consumption. Ono dose, is a certain cura for La Grippe. No narcotics or mineral poisons ft. Siifo and certain never disap in points. Money refunded if satisfaction not given. Tnlto a bottle homo JGfc ? J J? ir5wA cak- -s at Dr. VI I fT' Ilerlnrrtl Tor Free Trml- eI'lilluilHlHlrn Consul Iloi.Jiuiilii I'ol Mii,4'oulii ol Die lieinnrrnllr Prcslilrnl, (Jroter t'lotetniHl, .tlllkl'H I III' AllllOIIIH'l'- - turn I. AMIiUICAN liCOKOMIST. ry tnblo-spoonf- ul to-da- ONE DOLLAR EVERY HOUR Is t ailly rariietl hy nnr tinr of tllhiT In any I'.irt of ttiu country, lm l uilllne In work I ml in. Irlouily st tin employim lit whlili wr furiil.li. 'llir labor If light nii'l i!i'.inn,, ninl juii run no Tltk vrlmtL'Trr. We lit juii nut cuiniilt'te, to that jiu enn irlve Hie liufiu h lilul tthlimit rjKnle tu)ourclf. I'nf tlnw nullum t tl little urk. tlil, li tha cmii'li'.t ollrr in .de. mi c in work mil II )im art' mi. ullihf, ur In tin' pl) ri, ami liatea few puin hour, at )uur illf. jioiiil, ullllic IIh'iii, ami inM i u ir hu'oti.", -' uur ImiiIiipm nlll not it nil. V.iu Mill tin mnni-i- l mi tin. Milrl ill t ulllr unit inn: by likli )nu niin ilnll ir ii mi 'l"'lnr,iljy Inniul iHv out. ltil fiom the Uitluwr imp mi iioin rir'tlmtir. Any mii'cui run tit hiilin . full. Yuti .limit I try nolhli'K imtlt ))ii ie lur iourrlf uhnt )im can ilu nt tin LuMikm wiilili iromrrr. Niicaiiltiilrl.ki.il. M'mncn lire vrui'l iorVn; tioiTn'Myf the itnVi m miicli u It I to men. 'I hi') tliuiiM trr till. Ihi.Iiii xill "I iptiil to thrill Writ,, nl omc ami mii lur Iin il' ., A iiur.tlf. AJ.Iron II. Cm II.M.I.im ' He n, nl.iiMl, Ale. 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Bald ir dcaltn fterjwbere, argi 50 eenta anef $1.00. betttcs m ;, tabler'sdii c pjijKEYeJjLC OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. A SURE fN?lnd and CERTAIN CURE known for ID years as tho BFV REMEDY FOR PILES. by UICIURDSOX HIDICISK CO., ST. IVOlla. A J)) k.aaif Solentlfio Atnerlcaa Aflonoy for ar-- f rea Handbook irrlta to for Information and VlMAUWAY. NKW York'. UUNN A CO., Vul r r Bam 60PYRI0HTS. atoJ arwara MARKS patonta In America. Oldcat bureau for aecurln Krcry patont laken out by ua la brnuKhi beforo toe publlo by a uotloo gtrsa free of chorgo la the Lareaat elrralatlon of any aclentlfla paper In tba world, rlplendldly liluaCrated. Nolntolllirent ahould bo 1lttinut It. Wfinkl "IL sari SUOalx inoniua. Auaroi wYorkUty. I'unuoumu. aoi llroadnay, 31 J f And lliota troulAcd willi ncrvoiimcii retultlnff from cars or overwork will be relluvod by taking llUtera. gcduIb Jlrown'H Iim trad tank and crossed red linos oo wntpftr. tfcuralglo FcrsQtta Iron Tlic following is the full und complete text of the speech ot the United States Consul to Sheffield, Mr. llenjn-uii- n I'olsoin, a cousin of the Democratic President Graver Cleveland, as delivered in the Cutler's Hall, Sheffield, Hugland, on the fourth of July, 1893, and reported in the Sheffield aud Kotlierliani Independent of Wednesday, July s, 1893: The chairman, Mr. Ilenjamin Fol-soUnited States Consul to .Sheffield, who was loudly cheered, said: I ask you to fill your glasses lor the first toast I have to give yotf. I ask you to drink-- to the Queen and the President (applause) she the most beloved of (jut ens; he the most honest and upright ol Presidents.(Applause.) The toast was enthusiastically honored, The chairman, again rising, said: Mr. Mayor, Mr. Master Cutler and friends It is customary in my country on this day to inflict an oration upon as many innocent and unoffending people as the orator can get within the sound of his voice.(I.augh-tcr.- ) It is not my intention to bore I wish you with an oration to tell you why you are litre. (Hear, It is because hear and laughter.) .loyal, thorough you are Knglihhmen. If. is because you love and admire courage and valor whenever mid wherever they nny be shown. (Hear, hear. On the Fourth day of July, 1776, there was signed by. the American rcpieyentaUves gather-e- l together in Congress one of the most remarkable documents that has For more than ever had existence. two years these loyalf faithful Ihitish subjects had been beseeching their king to giant them such ptivileges as !', I m- - Ctinunf Iff 'i,rnl would unt have to be aske.l for t'Hy local applications as they cannot (Hear, hear.) At length it" became reach the diseased iortioii of the ear. necessary that these Knglish subjects There is only one way to cure deafshould assume the control and re- ness, and that is by constitutional of their own affairs. remedies. Dealttess is caused by n:t sponsibility They signed the Declaration of Indeinflamed condition of the mucous pendence upon the Fourth ol July, lining of the F.ustachian Tube. When if77, and it was followed by seven this tube is inflamed you have a That rumbling sound or impel feet hearing years of weary, wasting war. war would scarcely be considered to- and when it is eutiiely closed, Deal-i- s day ns more than a skirmish orguer-ili- a the result, and unless the fighting, for.at Uiattmcthc total he taken out and this population ol the 13 colonies amounttube restored to its normal condition ed tomiy a few over three million hearing will be destroyed forever: souls. The fighting force that was nine cases out of ten ure caused by placed in the field to contend against catarrh, which is nothing but an inthe mother country was not so great flamed condition of the mucous suras the men who were killed on the faces. field of battle in the struggle which We will give One Hundred Dollais took place in the years that followed. for any case of Deafness (caused by we can all look back upon the catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's conflict, and we can all see that it ter- Catarrh Cure. Send for circularjfree. minated for the best interests of the F. J. Chunky & Co., Toledo, O. The spirit of world. (Applause.) BSold by Druggist, 75c enterprise which was given to the m m United States by this ncv.birth would I)rii,i,nn,uls l.lKlilnlnir Dr. not have been there had they been Remedy for Rheumatism, is used by I physicians everywhere, and is known separate and dependent colonies. need not linger upon the subject. as a rema'rkable efficient preparation There are many things I should like for the relief and speedy cure of that to say. There are two or three prac- disease. Its work i so immediate tical things I can say to you which that benefit is felt frolu the first dose, are ol more importance than any re- and one bottle will cure any ordinary England's case. Sold by druggists in large botsume ol our history. greatest customer has been the United tles, or sent hy express to any address States; and, in spite of Tariffs that with special directrons and" full inforhave been raised against foreign mation, by Drummond Medicine Co., countries, there is, aud must continue Maiden I.aue, New York.' to be, a great aud gigantic trade flow- Agents wanted. ing from Kngland to American. (Hear, hear.) You have passed the Tim Ainorlrim Holillcr worst period; you have crossed the The August number of the above highest barrier that can be raised be- magazine, even exceeds the promises tween the United States and Kngland of the July number. Tha battle for in the way of trade obstruction. (Apthe Old veterans and pensioners of will tell you why this is. the Civil War, is waged with a ttan-chaplause.) I For the first time since the year i860 pen. Copperheads and Traitors the Democratic party, which has are arraigned in no meek and mild been the party of Free Trade, is for manner. Cleveland, Hoke Smith and the the first time in power, not only in the executive, but in both its legis- Veteaan hunting Administration are lative branches. (Applause.) During shown up with a fearlessness which the former term of Mr. Cleveland he is refreshing. The absurd charges of was blocked by the Senate standing frauds in the pensions of the old The is riddled nnd ridiculed. between him and the House of Representatives, which was Democratic, malice hatred and unfairness of the and therefore no bill would be pass- assailants of the Old Union soldiers ed which was not ill the shape of ,a is demonstrated. " Articles from the compromise. When ,the struggle pen of such writers as Colrjohu A. came on for the Presidential election Cockcrill aud Benjamin R. Daven- - j last year the Democratic patty, for port add to its literary merit. A the first time in its history, took fair magnificent colored photograph of and square ground, and made a Gen. U, S. Grant, 10x13; inches, straight issue between accompanies this August number, Protection aud Tariff for revenue only. similar to the Lincoln picture in the (Hear, hear.) II you will pardon me, July number of The American SolI will rend to you the two slight dier. , One of such pictures will accomplanks in the Democratic platform upon which the Congress which Is pany each issue, for September, Gen. now in power, and which is to be Sherman's picture will be given. convened upon the 7th of next Twelve such magnificent portraits monthly was elected; and you will see will be given in ouev year making a that so soon as the financial question collection worth many times the price is disposed of, which is merely a pre- of the subscription for one year which liminary, and must be disposed of be- is only one dollar. The American Soldier Is published fore Ihe regular meeting of Congress, the next great question is the Tariff by the National Publishing Company, in which you are iuter'estestcd, and Mail nnd Express Building, 203 which the President and both Houses Broadway, New Yoik. ol Congress are pledged to reduce. Years of study, experiment and sci(Applause.) The Democratic platform set forth upon which Mr. Cleveland entific investigation have given the world Mill's Chloride of.Gold Tablets was elected, says: "We denounce Republican Protection as a fraud; a rob- the only sure cure for the Tobacco ber of the great majority ol the Amer-lea- n habit known. They have proven a, blessing to the thousands who people for a few, We declare it great have found health and new life through to be a fundamental principle oi the them, and the testimonials received Democratic party that the federal breathe the sentiment of grateful Government has no constitutional 1 thanks. They ate sold by all leading power 10 impose aim cancel mnu uu druggists. to-day infhm-niatlpii..cTo-da- y 4S-5- 0 nt he-roout-and-o1 ties except for the purposes of revenue only, and we demand that the collection of such taxes shall be limited to the necessities ol the Government when honestly anil economically administered. We' denounce the Tariff law, enacted by the Fifty-firs- t Congress, as the culminating atrocity of class legislation; "and we indorse the eflorts made by the Democrats of the present Congress to inodily its most oppressive features in the direction of free raw materials and the cheaper manufactured goods that enter into general consumption; nnd we promise Its repeal as one of the beneficent results that will follow the action of the people in intrusting power to the Democratic party. .Since the McKinly TnrifT went into operation there' have leen ten reductions of the wages of laboring men to one increase. We deny that there has been any increase of prosperity to the country since the tariff went into operation, and we point to the dullness and distress, the wage reductions and strikes in the Iron trade, as the best possible evidence that no such prosperity has resulted from the McKinley Tariff." I am not saying one word as to whether protection or Free Trade, or a Tariff for revenue only, is the best thing for the United States or not. I am simply giving you the facts, and you can judge for yourselves. (Applause ) In closing my career in Sheffield as Consul of the United States, it afiords me satisfaction to think that before another twelve months has rolled by Sheffield will not be subjected to the onorous and oppressive Tariff duties that have restricted her trade. (Applaus.) I further want to thank you each one individually for coming here for showing your liberality, for showing your broadmindncss, for showing your Iriendship, not onlv to me, but to my coitntryi (Applause.) Mc-Kinl- "When nature comes along and rocks by the deadly fire of Bowie's PROFESSIONAL CARD. men drank up all their water and be- says, 'Josh love this here woman!, I'll gan to sufler intensely with thrist. say, 'all right, mam!' and right then I'll ATeiiH ItnliiTliiil ItcrnllH'Ai'vendircH love her, but not before. I must The Indians, however, from their ol I'limcer linylijl jcloiip. 'noiocy)?, J in the ro.'ks nnd gullies, com- 'meet a woman that fills my cup, and LAW:. A.J. Lowell, of Utopia, Uvalde manded the spring and it was al- when I do meet her, I'll give her a and most certain death for anyone to ven- love that will make the moon blush county, is an old is in the city taking n look at the ture. If the men all sallied from the and the stars blink. Oh, I've got a HARTFORD, KY. Mexican Gulf. In conversation with fort they were likely to be overwhelmlove that stands ready to snort and .I111. N. Ulcim. .1. S. It. WrilillniC. n number of gentlemen tliu other day ed ly the superior force of the sav- - plunge like n tormented steer." he gave an account ol Iits , visit to tue agcS( something had' to be done, "Joshic." said tlie old man, "If it GLENN & WEDDING, old fort erected ..by the,, celebrated.! "Now Uovvie owned a strong young want fur some of" 'fur sale' notices negro named Jim, who was one of you've wfit, I'd have to put you down JauiiS Howie. A short tinieago," remarked Capt." the party." HARTFORD, K.Y. as not havin'sensc enough to skin a (Offlcc, orr-- Anderson's Ilataar.) Lowell, "while crossing thti divide be" 'Jim' says Bowie, turning to the squirr'l, I'm a putty old man and Will prnctico their profession in all tween the main and dry' Frio, about negro, "won't you take the gourds I've seed mighty nigh all the of Ohio thirty miles west of Utojiia, I noticed nnd bring us some water from the world that's worth scehi' I've been tlie courtscourt of nnd adjoining counties, and Appeal?. Special on the west side of a hill a circular spring? to Fort Smith and went on a raft nttcntion given to criminal practice pile of rocks, icsemblfn'g(.an old forti'J.'o, sar, Marse; Jim " couldn't nearly to Little Rock once; and I've and collections. fication. Being interested in such think of such a thing. Them Indians been married three times and I want things I turned aside taiiestigAjc. is dat brush to say if you arc waitin for love to ."dar In - On arriving'at the place I .discovered and rocks, and dey couhl get up "a ml Jolt you like bein' hit with - a inanlrv wail. that the rocks had been placed there kill dis nigger befo' you could say rwhy you might as well give up right Y LAW by the hand of man at an early day. scat twice, and belo' I could half fill now. . Take my advice, Joshie, and marry some likely chunk of a gal, and The fort, which I will now call this deiu gourds. No, sah; can't go. II.VlMI'Ottl), KY. structure, was built on the south "Bowie looked at the negro with settle down. My experience tells me Will practice his profession in Ohio side of a hill, makingncoiuplcle wall, his piercing eye and said: that women air putty much the same. and adjoining counties, and court of except a gap at the lower end wh ich " 'Jim which are you the most One may have a few more whims than Appeals. Special attention given to had been left open as a place of en- afraid ol me or the Indians? another, but they've all got 'em. collections. Office cast side of public trance. Some of the stones were " 'Well now,' replied Jim; 'if you There arc a half do.en gals square. very large, and would have lequired 'hist 011 me guitie, of course I'll go, around here ary one o' which would n. 1). RI NGO the united eflorts ot a do.en men to if de boys is bound to have ,sotne make you a good wife, and you'd E. I). OUFFY. 6s IRiaagro, put them in place. The height of the water befo' they can whip de Injuns, better take one of 'em rutlier than to rock wall when first built would have and you insist on me why wait for a love that will make the ;Jgaw, covered a man to the neck, and the then I'll volunteer my sarvices. stars blink and all that sort of place would have made aji admirable Hunt up dem gourds; I'm off. thing." U ill practice 111 all courts of Ohio spot to stand off a baud of InJians, "You are pretty wise man, Uncle mid adjoining counties, Superior "Bowie now told Jim he need not Col which I had no doubt it had been fear as they would protect him with John," the poet rejoined, "but there Court nnd Court of Appeals. built for. The next, thing was to their rifles from the fort while he was arc some things in this life that you lections and nil legnl business attended to. Office 329 E. Market St. look around and sec if I could see any getting the water. It appears that don't know. You arc built accordin' thing by which I could determine the Indians were not expecting any to one plan, and I'm put up by E. R. WEDDING, what caused the presence of the men one to attempt to come from the fort another sort of measurement. I'm a I had to the water, and evidently poet. Nature has made you quick at who built the fort, although did not figures, but she has given me the guessed they were gold hunters. sec the negro when he left, the encloBkavku Dam, Jy. "I noticed the entrance to the, for-fi- e sure; in fact they had to keep them- power to feel. What might be agreeWill practice his profession in all tlloti was on the o er side towards selves well hid, as every exposure of able to you would be a grain of sand the foot of the hill and opposite a their person brought foith a deadly in my eye. And now don't you wor- the courts of Ohio aud adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. ccdnr brake, as if men would come fire from the fort. The negro advanc- ry about my not marry in'. My time from that point in case of danger. As ed U the spring, filled the goards will come alter while. Somebody M. may come along that will not only soon as I entetcd the cedar brake the aud was starting back before the Inproblem was solved at once. I paw dians discovered him. They then fill my cup but run it over." "That mout all be true, Joshie; that an iuinicncc pile ofcarth banked up, set up a terrible yelling and comand near it a shaft. It was at the menced firing at him which also mout all be a lectle 1110' than true, if HARTFORD, KY. bas-of the hill, not a hundred yards dicw a fire from the fort, as several of possible; but it is better to have yo' Will practice his profession in nil cup not quite full than to have it the Courts ol Ohio and ndjoiniug from the fort, near the endofa ravine. the Indians had exposed themselves. It was an old mine, either of silver or The negro now commenced running sloshed over, fur thar ain't nothin' counties, and in the Court ot ApSpecinl attention given to gold, and had been worked many as best he could with several gourds that's much worse than waste. An' peals. years ago The entrance to the mines dangling about him, with a number now here: Supposcn a woman do fill collections. Oflico over Williams & yo' cup.an' then turn away from jt. Bell's drug store. was down a flight ol steps cut in the of Indians in hot puisuit, notwithIn other words, supposcn she won't .soil, which time and the action of standing the iact that several had s? the water pouring into it during the fallen before the deadly aim of have you after the stars have done blttuk. heavy rains had not At the Bowie's rifles. One hurley savage bottom ol the steps the excavation dropped his empty gnu, and dtaw- IimcnIIkiiIIoii Iuiltrtl. extended west under the hill upon ing )iis Ignmhrwl: ran close to the Of course it is proper- - to inquire which the fort 'was "bTiift, Tdltl'Tiot negro, intending to strike him down about what any man says, is it true. penetrate it far, as I had no light. On with that. The most rigid investigation is inthe mound of the soil near the shaft "Jim was by this time thoroughly vited into the testimonials published grew cedar trees as large as a man's frightened, nnd ssng out: "Oh, Marse 111 behalf or Hoods Sarsapanlla. body, indicating.n pericd jnior to the Jim, shoot dis Injun here; he's gwine Special attention jt called to the high advent of the Texas pioneers into to hurt somebody d'rectly." characater of the persons whose testithese mountains, when the country "Bowie's gun was empty, but he monials are published by the proprie 'was full of hostile Indians. The fort was rapidly reloading when a rifle tors of his medicine, as evidence by OFFICE OVER RED FRONT on the side of the hill commanded all cracked from the lower end of their occupations or indorsements. approaches into the mine. the enclosure, and the Indian fell In fact, no matter where a tcstimoni-a- l Is prepared to do all kinds, of "In surmising in regard to the peo- back So suddenly that his feet flew up in behalf of Hood's Sarsaparilla Dontal work at reasonable prices.- ple who first worked tnis mine. I at, in the air. Jim who was running ami may be from, it is reliable and ns first concluded that they were Span- watching the Indian at the same time, or Mexicans, but finally con- again shouted out: 'Never mind now, worthy of confidence as if it came iards from your most trusted neighbor. nected the place with the celebrated Marse Jim, Marse Bob done knocked Texan, 'Col James Bowie. I recollect his heels higher den his head.' Jim If you can afford to be annoyed by hearing my father relate a circum- soon arrived, puffing and blowing, sick headache and constipation, don't stance which he heard from Col. James bringing the water gourds with him. use De Witt's I.ittle Early Risers for Bowie in Gonzales bclore the Texan The 'Marse Bob,' who the negro said hey will cure them. L. B. Bran. revolution. Col. Bowie said that on had knocked the Indian's heel high-- 1 The Leadiag Photographer. one orcasiou, while prospecting for er than his head, was Robert ArmLane's medicines move the bowels gold and silver in the mountains west strong, one of the best rifle shots very day. In order to be healthy Pictures Is ETerr Style asi Sue, of San Antonio, he had sunk a shaft aud about the bravest man that ever this is necessary. ISTOld Pictures Copied and Enlarged in search of silver. He had a force of followed the fortunes of Bowie. The A SPECIALTY. Klol) for nllolllp. thiity men with him, and anticipa- Indians did not attempt to storm 108i Main Street. Mrs. S. B, Winslip, 112 Washingting an attack by the Indians fortified Bowie's fort.butleft dnringthe night. . OWENSBOJW, KY the camp by piling up large rocks.. The place is one hundred miles west ton St., Providence, R. I., after using 37m6 one bottle of Drummond's Lightning This position commanded every ap- of Satt Antonio. Remedy for Rheumatism, wrote to the proach to their camp nnd shalt, and BISTHQCUITT. omsormiTT. Drummond Medicine Co., 0 something also toil spring Joill Tabb, lhIoct. Maiden Lane, New York, saying she over one hundred yards distant. OI'IH KRAI) IN AUGUST l'HTTUU'S would not take One Hundred Dollars While engaged working this mine they SOUTHERN MAOA.INI.'.J weie suddenly attacked one morning Josh was a tall, powerful fellow, for the benefit derived. If you have form of Rheumatism, and wish to bj' a large body of Comanche Indians. and women smiled upon "him, and, -Bowieand his men at once took re being a gallant man and a poet, he get rid of it, write to the manufacCREAM turers for particulars. Agents wanted. fugc in the fortification and the bat- smiled in return; but he jjave them tle commenced with great fury. The no fraction of his heart. An old man Coughing leads to Consumption. Indians, however were soon driven to once upbraided him for this niggardFOR YEARS Kemp'sBalsam stops the cough at once. cover in the ravines and behind the liness, and the poet thus replied: BOWIE'S OLD POJRTHESS. dTNBIR IT I, i,t I LAWYERS, TamesSmltH, JT piE 3--u.ff- vi M Attorneys 5t J r Attorney at l.aw, LAWYER- I. HEAVEN. .. DENTIST. 48-5- . WORMS! WHITE'S "ru I .fi VERMIFUGE 20 EVERY Has led all Worm Remedies. BOTTLE GUARANTEED. IIICIIIRDSOX . i IK JC J ILpUgJLWJLtMJIJLJB ST ""i Double Chloride of Gold Tablets uniconiplctolyrtustrojrtJiodenlrororTOBAOCO READ OUR TESTIMONIALS viaiHiMTaui HILL'S 1 a REMEMBER tif.gfMfnrW WE GUAIUVrtJE A CL'ltE Tnnni I; SOLD EYEItYWHEBE. HEDICIIlt CO., ST. LOCIS. ls-- im tnnnr rPBtmnRllill. csrciul Inu'stlK.it Ity ana U10 nicrltu of our Xablvta. and invito tliu liinut '1 '1 1 l T!?e Quarterly Register of . fiOc SUfU Copies, rrTear, - niivYinim mi vuHu" miu i'uiik-ut-uiiu mu vuiuuiariiy bwjismoxintf or cuGiyiUtf in uluwcltiys. riWINKP.NKP.SH SUA MnRPOTrlP HAUTT fnnl'ocurrq.at home, at.d with- uiiuiiuuiiiiuvu uuu luuiktuutu uuuil uuiuiiyiiiori on inn ptirt or uiopniiciu, ny inousoor our Sl'UtlAl. 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C. ffiiiifui JiwatlBto.f?.t?11 . "PMif"-rv..v ran4a utul VtUIVmiT, lUtCt. If f, .n -- .:r'' 1 ".- -- from persons who hava been cured by the use of In.1 .r Ai ' t !!j ' Vottlen SuUtrff tijoi, CURncNT ft ;$, cepitt kad bourni velum. rCTIIOIT, MICH., U. History, . :m VI -- PO NOT nn DECEIVED Into purrlmMnR unyui iliu Ylll null llupiruilll! lllllt liril IHMUK oiTereit for bhIo. Ask for . J. ty nnu iiiko no uincr. Hill's Tablets. m .fSfkr .ttiU--;Ve- HILXS Manufactured only by THE- OHIO CHEMICAL SB CO,, The Onto Chemical co.t' UEAH SIKt I liavo been uilnir vour euro lur wimviru iihuu, uuu loutltl It WOUIU do wbat you claim for It. I uai-i- l ten conta worth of thoBtronucstchcwInir tobuccoudav. nnd from ono to Uvo clcura: or I would smoko from ten to fortv Dined of tobacco. Ilaio ehewcfl voarn. and two tiackin?ca anil flinokcd for twcntv-tlvor your TuuleucurcuinoHoi liavonodeairoforlt. II. M. JAYL01ID, Lcalle, Mlcb. ''m& . tf AT ' '"i MV: aVt.vv-:.i- w p t 5 . i! 61,53 6 Opera Block, LIMA, OHIO. rAUTICULATtS FREE. Donim Fciinr. H. Ti Tin: Onto CnrmniL Co.: Oentlemen: Some tlinu ann lai'nt far I.(X) worth of vour TablctH for Tobacco Habit. I recolvcd them nil rlsht mid. ulthouuh 1 wan both beav vamokerand chowor. tbvy Uld tuu work tu Icaatlum threo (Iiivh. I am cured. Truly yours, MAT1IEW JOHNSON, I'.O. Box i5. PiTTanttnmi. 11. TnEOnro Chemical Co.: C.ENTt.EHENI It circs mo nleaauro to sncalc a Vonl of nralm, for vour Tablet, I.u, . .....was utrmnrlv addicted tothuuaaof ... . ,....... I. .. ..In.ul . ....... slvson .T....af,,..l.l,..H f, . kn.m...n..l 1II1UI,IIIIU I11IUUKI1 It ilAVilU, nUB 1V14 Mill JVUI .HUlClh III ITUSHUtn,. UIIV constant drinker, lmt after uMinr vour Tablets but threudava ho milt drinklnir. any kind. I have waited four mouth beforo wrltinir nml will not touch 11a nor of Yourn truly, you, iu order tu know tuu euro was penaoucnt. 11 r A . ,,.. m&fmM t PLEASINT KTCVl' I 1 JHIK?. Ohio. TiieOiiioCiiemicalCo: Gentlemen: Your Taulctanavo performed a mlraclolji mv case. I havn used mornhlno. hviKXlormtcallv. forawTenyeara.au, u uuvu boun.cured by tha usooj W. L. LOTUOAY. two package of your TubluU, and without any effort on my part, CiNCiKNATi, iibiiUi MUUttUUfl, iO&2Mmfi NEXT MORNING ! " r ,. iraoa from linba. aud ICifMllMl w I acit .Jkw;iyViMbai.i'i.T:t?;.T,?:,"j'ra m-- and mycomplkx6:i imam! " BRIGHT (.HI- - iUI.U, .Aclarc'KH M0NTS RESPONSIBLE WANTED .DHnu ku.Ull.lM...H.Ii uwmiun wu. ,,-, THE OHIO CHEMICAL CO., BB Orjara LIMA. HI. B3 nil OruorH to s...,? and . Block. .. . OHIO. IrusKlalaaellltoteOc.aiid M it muitu:lll.aen.t uuru.l.lriM i,.i iiv..i,,u";.i: J.'inliliru. lmiiillliMliUl,iIM.M, Jl,j,,i, fJ TW .i.l -- r V. u 'I ' ty, -- . f '1 . kii .,- - n. .'.i.,j :? 'VM .. v ! -- r ' V a. -- ' t u aji .mtaieiacjA jkjS V-- finds It necessary to use various meth- down stairs further exercises of ods of securing attention. the Institute were dispensed with and Jfr. X. Toxcnaend W. C. Gray had all his plans laid the Institute adjourned. luting Bun, Dtlaware. bcfoie beginning school, but found it August the 10th, the Institute wis Good Family Medicines necessary to make many changes to called to order nt 8:30, by the ChairStatement of the Condition meet special occasions. man, nnd after singing by the teachHood's Snraaparllla and Hood's OF THE Pills. After Critic's report, the Institute ers the roll was called and a lew ot Sarsaparllla ami Hood's "I regard Hood's adjourned to meet at 8 p. in. the teachers were again absent. A mil, the. very licit family mrillctiui, and wo 10 nocr without tlicm. I lime always lieiu NIGHT. K. I). Gui'i'v. discussed motion to hae Physiology gram the Chairman declared the InstiA Delicate Woman The Institute assembled In College after recess, by Dr. Alva Jones was Hartford, Ky., June 29, 1893. and began taking Hood's SartaparllU three tute adjourned until 1:30, p. in. Hall Tuesday evening Aug. 8, nnd carried. years ago fortlMttlrcdtocllng. It built 1110 up ' The Institute was called to order by WR AUK AUTIIOHIZKD TO ANNOUNCH was called to order by Superintendno quickly nnd 10 well that I loci llko a different Shall Geology be taught In the At tho Closo of BusinosB woman and lia. o always bad great falui In It. I the Chairman, Jo. 11. Rogers at 1:30 ent Jo B. Rogers nt 8 o'clock. After ZEBULON H. SHULTZ, there seems any five It toumy children whenewr do them cnod. Juuo 30,1803. ith tliplr lilnnil. anil It the Sulphur Sprin.s Precinct, as p. in., and Mr. O. M. Shultz being a song by the teachers, with Miss common schools, and why? wis disOf Mr little liov llltcs It so well ho cries for.lt I cussed by Miss Maggie Williams. a candidate for the office ol School absent the Chairman appointed ns as- I.ula nnnnt llnil nnrilt tn toll linw lilslilv I nrlin It. KESOUHCES. Johnson nt the organ, the ques- She Wo use Hood's 1'llls In the family aud they Superintendent for Ohio county, sub- sistant editors says that it is the history of the N B White-LeMessrs. J. I,. Elmore tion: . Sd.so.s.i Notes and Bills B Mills . . ject to the action of the Democratic " " " Act Like a Charm natural world, that many people arc Real Estate and 15. K. Shultz. ,1,000.00 s party. "Resolved That we Should Have take nlcasuro In recommending theso I Henry Godsey . . Trislcr, " . . . 1,500.00 Theory nnd Art of teaching was an Educational Qualification lor confined to the common school for nn to all my friend 1, for 1 hellcro if iiconio Furnituie anil Fixtures A P Taylor . Westcrfield, " X04 98 Expenses paitl 'R AUK AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCI next discussed by Prof. 15. R. Ray. Voting," was discussed by Misses education and they should have some Cash on hand nnd in B'ks . . 17, 17.55 knowledge of the earth oil which J L Elmore . . He said many good things, among Maggie Wailliams and I.ucy B. Town-sen- d W. L. HAWKINS they'ltvc. Geology in the common fj9.oi7.O7 Of Hartford, as a candidate for the of- which are these: "There is a science The many truthful testimonials in would only keen Hood' Sarartrllla nnd Hood's on the Affirmative and J. 11. Wilschools would give them this advan- behalt of Hools Strsaparilla prove, rills at h.indns wo do. much sickness nnd suffice of School Superintendent for Ohio for every profession; science of farmLIAHILITIKS. son and C. M. Crowe on the Negafering would Implemented." .MK4. - lows county, subject to the action of the ing, of law, tage. Her talk was very instructive that Iloon's Cukes, even when nil taw, IUsIng hun, Delaware. of medicine, etc. The tive. 00 Capital Stock $is, Democratic part'. aud highly cnjoed by the Institute. others fail. Try it now. 5,250.00 Hood's Pills act easily, jet promptly aud Surplus science ol education is the evolution The judges selected were Messrs. eSclenUy, on Uie liver and bowels. 25c. G S Fitzhngh nsked Miss Willinms Reserve Fund i,2j.I4 or development of every power of the B. D. Ringo, W. F. Condict aud .Mrs. The school interest ol the county is Interest and Exchange . . . 3,0(7.59 I'miii' to I.lt. if science and the Bible go together. mind." He thinks that It may do for J. S. Glenn. The decision was unan"i(, (26.94 DetKisits "Yc," sail RoMnion, "I w:n wnlking to be congratulated on the victory Intro tollir Uorlil'i I'nlr. the physicians to depend upon iiupir- - imously rendered in favor of the Af- She answered, They do. on upper Broadway wln'n a poor woman Call on ngents of the Louisville, St. gained in the Circuit Court WednesMrs"! A Welding read an interest$99,01717 ical knowledge in dealing with physanil two iliilltcn attracted my atten firmative. day in the conviction and fining of ical disorders, but it will not do for tion. They were uHeilinj. I utopned Louis and Texas Knilway liefote pur- JOHN II. BARNES, CASiiinit. The first number of the Institute ing paper on the subject of Spelll)i- thun. Tim husband luiddiod that mom- - chasing your ticket to Chicago. the young men who so wantonly and teachers to experiment Sworn and subscribed to before me on the News was read by 15. K. Shultz and ing. She teaches diacritical marks ing, nnd they weto penniless. I went rect connection made with all lines school enter- minds of children. The subject was inexcusably disturbed a with spelling. She believes that a to their honu, nnd then I mw. laid on June 30, 1S93. was highly enjoyed by the Institute. tainment at -- Etuaville lost winter. further discussed by G. S. Pitrhugh, Adjourned. chart is of vast benefit in teaching the a tnhlo with a pheet coering it, tho via Louisville. Good service nnd best Rowan IIomiuooks, C O. C. C. corpse of tho poor father. I gavo them of attention shown 1o passengers. subject. J S Field continued the disThe 82," fine sdiould teuch these young Z. II. By SiiUiaiv Tavi.oii, I). C. W. I.. Hawkins, Shultz, August the 9th, the Institute was money and left the homo of sorrow. I For Ituther information address Americans and others like them that 15. K. Shultz and G. W. Miller. Z. called to order by the Chairman at cussion. II. C. Mrmiui!, Our business continues to 'grow, as thought when I roached tho street that Miss Florence Wright would begin the law will protect the schools and II. Shultz thinks that every one ought 8:45, Asst G. P A . ni. Iliad not given them enough, and I relhcaloc statement will show, both Louisville, Ky. mounted the three flights of stairs. I that whoever dares to disturb them to have a well grounded theory before In the absence of Dr. f. S. Coleman teaching spelling by teac'iing the letIn magnitude nnd piosperity. Two By all beginnitng any undertaking and then the devotional exercises were dispens- ters first. Miss Mollic Tunstall agrees knocked nt tho door, nnd tho poor dead may expect to be punished. yeats ago a dejxisit of $25,000; one father opened It!" Life. Man f IVr-Mitmeans protect the schools from insult if it proves to be imperfect or faulty ed with. Nearly all the teachers were with Miss Wright's plans. year ago $45,000: e liii.k' $6,oo. c.i. 1111 I om nt rwi.ru ot h .i' it should be improved at once. E. K. present at the roll call. l,u" I'.iintii';, trim ltltioi with as much care as the churches are Mrs Ella Rogers teaches the word r thcit 1'or Money. This is due to the fact that the young tt'LulM, ho.)tiin,ni 'i.'iu.w rrtiK.reirT School Grading was next logically first nnd when asked why, replied: protected. They belong to the same Shultz says the pupil that is the best men aie beginning to realic that it is Ct'Muf I, .0. iuliuteiiuUu.i. c.i ilioy Willi clasapf public institutions and de- taught is theone who is taught through discussed by Mr. F. J. Jarboc. Miss "Because I deem it best." not the money made but the money the art of teaching to reason I.ucy Townsend said that the first Perry Westcrfield. saed tint sets them up in business. serve the same protection. Miss Dania Carter illustrated her for his or her self. Mr. Hawkins thing necessary in grading schools The man hosaes each day and puts method ot teaching the subject by The Ohio County Teachers' Insti- said one of the greatest sources of is to teach the parents what is neces- teaching the letters first. R Foster at interest fifty cents, will in fifty tute clo3estoday alter one of the most failure with the teachers is that they sary and then the child will fall into does not burden-childre- n ears In: worth $5S,ooo Rich! with dia11i:vi;i: Dam, Ky. line. She thinks that monthly ex- critical marks until they are well successful sessions ever held by the don't know what they want. We are lieto to assist the business Rkckss. The subject of Writing aminations will influence the pupils body. Year after year there is a interests of the county, anil we solicit Miss I.ucy B Townsend be Bnoivtrs IROV CITTF.nz the account of every marked improvement in the ability was next discussed in a well written to attend school more regularly. nit I appu-ciatlieves in teaching the diacritical marks Cures in llnitlu" imiommv. f'ivin U1. paper by A. P. Taylor. rt, Neruiuiit.. and i.ui-rWhliuy. I'liji). 15. K. Shultz never attempts to from the very beginning. I. M Ren- interprising individual or and training oi the teachers as a class dnnrcconmiii.il It .WnliM r wil It Umi'.nu --Truth. D. 15. Miller continued the discus- teach a school but what he attempts der considers bas trade nark and cruriol red !l::r'uti u rapt r. linn. JOHN II II VRNF..S,Casiiii:u. written spelling more and the claim of Ohio county to the sion. He thinks writing ought to be to grade it. He thinks it is the only important than oral, J llolh tlin Sum. best corps of teachers to be found in M taught from a text-boo- k just as any way to introduce system into teach-iuAlmut .10 years ago a hatter in the this part of the State is strengthening Ri:cns?. Dr Alva Jones discussed south of England hud a sign hung outother subject. J. H. Barnes gave a and that each recitition should Physiology by conducting a recitation continually. The session which conies brief side hi door with "J. Dodging" printed talk on the same subject. J. E.Da- be graded. on It. Thero was n yonng clerk who in the study, to a close this evening was successful vidson said that as he never had been Messrs. W. G. Stewart, J. B. Wilson, was in tlio habit of pasiting by tho shop den spite of advprte circumstances. employed in a district where there I.Utle Miss Myra McKcnncy One day ho went In to 'vcry morning. C. M. Crowe, J. D. Oliver, I. T. The convening of Circuit Court at the were benches from which it was poslighted the audience with a recitation, buy himelf a new hat and left his old Barnard and A. I.ee Rowe continued to lie doiio up, promising to call for it in "The Little Dead Cat." same time with the Itstitute was uu? sible to write, he had nothing to the discussion in a very interesting two dajs' tiniu and then jwy for his new fortunate and several other uulooked say on the subject. Motion was made by C M Crowe one. manner. of the Teachers' for events tended to destract from the Day nfter day went on, nnd lie never Civics was discussed in an interesGeography was next discussed. that the organization turned up. Ho went to bin business angeneral interest besides the necessary ting manner by C. M. Crowe. He A. A, Brown said that if he teaches Association be taken up immediately other way. So tho hatter, becoming absence of a number of able teachers said that all recitations should be geography at all it must be very sim- after noon. Adjourned for dinner. tired of waiting for his money, went one and Institute workers. The work of made as interesting as possible. J. ple. He had an outline of study Jo B Roams, Ch'm'n. morning nt tho usunl hour in search of him, nnd meeting him ho exclaimed: M.uion: William, Sec'y. Dr. Alexander aud Prof. Ray as In- B. Wilson continued the discussion. on the board and on being requested, "Now, th:n, young man, I've got yon. C M Cnowi;, Ass't Sec'y. He said that he had no set way of Ohio county was used to illustrate structors was excellent and received I am Dodging, tho hatter." .!$&&$ the hearty commendation of the teaching Civil Government, but is the method. The young fellow then coolly ex. The following teachers are enrolled: guided by the ability of the pupils of W. M. Johnson teaches with outclaimed: "Oil, ltowstrangel I am doing teachers. 15 K Shultz . . Beaver Dam, Ky. tho very came thing." his class. W. I,. Hawkins continued line, with frequent map exercises and 15 R Ray . Our County Precinct Convention the discussion by'eniphasizingthe im- reviews. Takes Wouldn't Do. " " John B Taylor . . " for State Senator passed off very portance of the study of Civil GovMiss Maggie Williams believes that Ciller Say, want n jietrified man? J I. Rogers quietly with but comparatively small ernment. W. G. Stewart begins this much attention should be given to Museum Manager Indeed I do, right off. vote being shown. Ortiug to the ex- work by beginning with the govern- smaller children, as early impressions Alfonzo Rogcis . . ' "Well, I can do the petrified man net A A Brown . . treme illness of Mr. Taylor's child, he ment of the school, then county, then are the most lasting. A. I.ee Rowe of so no 0110 will ever guess it." E Davidson State, then United States. His talk gave a good method for teaching J was unable for almost three weeks, "You won't do. I don't want any Siddie Davidson fake. I want n genuine living petrified just precediug the convention to be was very logical and should be heed- small pupils latitude and longitude. " " J C Barnard . . . . " man, not nn imitation." ed by all the teachers. I.. B. I.oney opened the discussion absent from home at all aud could "Xobody'll know tho difference." He said he had been Ira Petty . . . Barrett's Ferry, " D. II. Godsey made the motion to on History. not get out to see his friends, which 11 "I don't want him for exhibition. I ,i i, II I. Condor . twenty-tw- o years and has as want him for cashier." New York HORSE-SHOEIN- G accounts in a great measure for the have the Chairman to appoint a Crit- teaching . . . . Buford, " many methods for teaching History. J S Field "Weekly. smallness of the vote. Nevertheless, ic each day during the session. II II Ola Smith . . . It was a logical and practical talk. A ClitiiEO In llrr Completion. he carried the county by about thirty Motion carried. The chair appointed . . : . Beda, " Pilkington Do Gush's noso is getting Mr. Shultz organized a class in or- C Marion Hicks D. II. Godsey as Critic for Tuesday. 11 i majority, and is consequently the I C Hoover irightfuily red nil of a sudden. Tor J. I,. Elmore made the motion that der to better illustrate his plan of Mrs. Pilkington I'm eorry for Mrs. 11 i choice ot the county. It the precethe Institute be limited to three days. teaching History. Hesenteight mem- C M Crowe . . De Gush. dents which have governed the nomi. . Centretown, " The chair ruled the motion out of or- bers to the board to draw an outline W M Johnson Pilkington Yes, it's too bad. Senanation of a candidate for State " " Mrs. Pilkington After Hho'd gono nnd der. An appeal was then made from of the New England States. While Myrtie Rowe had all her ejiring dresses in pale blue " tor for the past several years are to the decision of the chair. After hav- that was being done he questioned P II Ross " ami green. Truth. " " govern nnd it is generally conceded ing been discussed the decision of the the class upon the early history of Dania Carter " " by everyone that they should govern chair was sustained. these States. The work at the board A Lee Rowe Ilnxr Tie Ilrcame n Freatc. Ccralvo, " "I don't nee anything remarknble nbont it is Ohio county's time to name was criticised by other membersofthe W A Casebier Motion made and carried to appoint tho looks of this man," said n visitor to Cromwell, " the Senator and her choice should be Prof. E. R. Ray as Instructor, in the class and many important facts were-- Nettie Rogers tho diuio museum. "Wlmt'a he here brought out by the teacher. Thus he Birch Shield acquiesced in by the other counties absence of Dr. W. Alexander. for?" " " II Leach showed us how he teaches Geography J Ohio county in "That man," said the lecturer, "took in the District. The Institute then adjourned to " " $10 homo with him nfter a two weeks' and History. The recitation was ex- W G Gardener 18Sr put up Dr. J. W. Meador; then meet Tuesday morning nt 8:45. stay in Chicago." Detroit Free Press. -- TO SEI5 TIII5- Echols, " cellent and the teachers can not fail A II Ross Muhlenberg came to the front with The Institute convened in the Col- to be benefitted by it. Lelia Rossou . . . . Fords ville, " Kho Was Interfiled. Louis Jones, nnd 11 noble one lege Hall, Aug. her sou, 7, and was called to " W C Gray " L$S8& Husband Our oftlco boy died today, NOON. ho was; then Butler claimed the order by the Chairman Jo. B. Rogers and I think you ought to go to the fu" " Dr. Alva Jones Roll was called immediately on aud it was the right duly at 8:45. neral. " " tima afternoon and showed 58 tea.'hcrs Florence Wright Wife I'd like to know why? nccorded and the selected the In the absence of Rev. Pate, de- to be absent or tardy. J W Petty Husband For tho past month he has gallant John W. Martin. Now, the votional ex ersise were conducted by " Mrs. Pearl Miller . . " been enting the lunches you have put up Dr. Alexander in beginning the wheel of fortune has again revolved Rev. Stewart. The roll call showed rormo. tare. " C Soper " discussion of Grammar said he had and Ohio county has, or should have, several teachers abtent and F LSanderfur Horton, 103 in atSail Havoc. been teaching 35 years and in all that by precedents, common courtesy and tendance at the Institute. Mrs M.J. Wedding Wer.tern Man We had a terrible time had never seen a grammarian. party respect, the right of nominat" " in Dugout City last week. LT Barnard The minutes of the previous day Only 17 houses left standing. ing the candidate. This was the in- were read and adopted, with a vote of The Doctor made the Institute his Alice Plummer " " class and proceeded to illustrate the Eastern Man My goodness! How tention of Ohio County's Committee commendation for the manner in S W Pate . Hardinsburg, " many wcro there beforo tho firo? principles oi grammar and its impor " when they called her convention so which they were wrtten. " FJ Jarboe Western Man Nineteen. New York tance by questioning different teachWeekly. WTSanderfur, . Horse Branch, " early. So as to mnke her choice and of A motion was made by J. B. Wil ers. Dora E Gibson Hartford, " let the other counties in the District son that the Institute be adjourned Kxprmlnsr Himself. J. I,. Rogers said we would teach Ida Smith " " Jnnior Partner While I was taking indorse her actions. By some hocinj-pocu- s until tomorrow morning in respect to d grammar on the as well O M Shultz down that buyer's order this morning 1 " " the committee in Butler couu. the late Elisha Coleman. Motion as in recitation. W. told him ono of your funny stories. A. Casebier be- C II Ellis " " ty called their convention on the very carried. Senior Partner Ha, hal Did ho lnughj lieves grammar is the foundation of J L Hoover He will savo you MONEY by Buying from HIM. Will " " game day as Ohio couuty and did not Junior Partner No. He counterMotion was made by C. M. Crowe nil knowledge. I, I, Stewart was call- Oma Smith " " manded, tho order. Clothier and Fur sell you a Buggy, Harness, Lap Duster and Whip from U0,()0 care to wait and see the result here, that a committee on resolutions con- ed upon and delighted the Institute nither"" B Wilson " " thereby, saying we cast down all prece- sisting of five members be appointed with one of his characteristic speeches. John up to 75.00. The Davis Carriago Company has tho reputaW L Hawkins " " A Dlicourniclng rHPso. dents and henceforth it is to be it free by the chair. Motion carried. The Mrs. Pearl Miller says she has her Ada Porter Gus do Smith Well, Tom, Ilienryou " " tion of building tho beat Buggy for tho inonoy of any Factory fight nil around. Muhlenberg showed chair appointed C. M. Crowe, Ida pupils write sentences on the board eloped with a rich girl. Was it a suc" " Laura Render . . . . cess? iu Cincinnati. more respect to us, and its conven- Smith, Eva Pirtle R. Foster and Cova and discuss them with one another. W H Barnes Tom Fcwscada Not altogether. Her tion has been called for the 20th of Anderson. Miss Dania Carter teaches the parts U C Barnett " " father telegraphed that ho will forgive this month; thus giving the people an I,. W. Godsey in the abscence of of speech in a very simple nnd prac- Maggie Stevens ua II wo ilon t como back. Texas " , opportunity to learn the choice of Miss I.ucy Townsend, introduced the tical way. Miss I.ula Johnson would A P Thomas " We have contended all subject of Arithmetic. He requested tench the parts of speech aud the sen- Lula Johnson . . . . this county. " A'Creut llrnellt. " Mis. Harris (newspaper in hand) A Dr Alva Jones Ella Herring " " . along that Ohio county's cboicculjo-ev- cr the teachers to take notes during the tence along together. movement U on foot to iniiko medicine, discussion aud ask questions. Prof. nnd I C Hoover co ntinued the discus D I? Ward " he might be, should be indorsed " . cheaper. " D E Miller " " by the other counties and we still Ray asked Mr. Godsey why he taught sion until recess. Harris-Go- od! s d That will bring is it possible a iop JiuBBy Willi Dash Hall, Scat replied "beI lull HnnHa nnil Qiiif 'ri. !. .,. a.j.ui muuv pil'.CJ Rail, Handles. .. .. " within reach of all. " After recess Prof E R R Foster ..(. Ri'.ciiss. think so. Ohio county by her vote this subject. Mr. Godsey " " has said that the man in whom the cause he was compelled to do so." Ray continued the discussion of Alice Bowman .ntlclnteil Him. Mr. Godsey said grammar. " " He wanted to know who Mary Miller n co people place tho greatest confidence, Upon questioning, Havorly Hullo, Austen, I'm glad 1 f. H f. P s it to develop would teach sentential structure first Eva Pirtle that he taught ' " met you. I luivo just returned from tho the man whom they would name as minds of the children. and who the parts of speech. the World'H fair. Cova Anderaon . Jones' Station, ' Senator and who represents tho maAusten I nut sorry, old man, but I BSaSnO Mr. Ray next called upon Mr. Barnes Miss Dora Gibson told in a short Maggie Williams . . Livermore, " jority of the Republicans of tho counhaven't a cent. Life. to tell when to begin aud how to logical talk how and why she teaches Susie King LafToon, " ty is Mr. C S. Taylor, of Cromwell, O r. C Mngau, " aud we recommend him to the people teach Arithmetic. He believes in the sentence first. D H Godsey be Mollic Storms A I'rrclous SniiTcnlr. H ' Questions were gins with the parts of speech. Does S J Tichenor w of Muhlcuberg couuty as .Ohio count praising the pupils. McIIenry, " , A. That lock of hnir under tho glass oa shade is, I presumo, a precious souvenir? ty'a choice and earnestly ask that our continued by many of the teachers. not teach it at all unless his pupils Lay ton Maddox " " B. (perfectly bald) Certainly. It is selection bo indorsed. We have The fact emphasized by 15. K. Shultz. require him to do so. Bessie Maddox " " ono of my own, yon seol Heures known Mr. Taylor all our life and nnd the one we should remember is S ? " " The second issue of the Institute L B Loney 2 can truly say he is an efficient, capa- the need of original work work $ Narrows, ' News was read by Miss Lucy Town- - Z II ShulU honest and popular man aud will ble, l'roeil br Experience. Write for our New 80 pace Catalogue of nil klml. nr Olaton, " send. The paper was good aud was G W Miller give us an efficient representation 111 not found in the books. is a dead letter, Little Girl-W- hat Address Mr. Ray concluded by recommendII II Davis . . . Point Pleasant, " We trust tho people in the Ssnato. appreciated by all. mamma? SOUTHERN BUGGY OO. Mamma Ono that has been given to of Muhlenberg will net wiely. Mccie Tichenor . hundred per cent method " " ing tfic one After Critic's report by Miss Ida CINCINNATI. your father to mail. Voguo. OHIO. U. 5. vote resulted in the election of Miss To Tin: votkiis oi Om , Muiilkn-ni!Rand Butm'.k Countius: I am a Williams. Messrs. D. 15. Miller, C. candidate for Senator In the District M. Crowe and Richard Poster were Being a composed of your counties. Republican, 1 will submit my claims placed before the Institute for assisto the Convention of that party. So- tant Sccrctay. Mr Crowe was elected. After thjs the enrollment of teachliciting the support of all Republicans in the Convention, I am, ers was made 79 being present Yours truly, No other business being on proO Tciirlicr In CoiiiikpI. by n solution on the board. The Smith, the Institute ndjourucd. TheOhioCotiiityTcncher'sInstltute teachers would do well to piofit by NIGHT. ' convened In College Hall, August 7, this example. The solo by Miss Vcrda Duke was '93, nnd was called to order by the Rijcnss. MlssKllaRowereclte.Un a highly enjoyed by the Institute. PUBI.1SIIKD UVEIIY FIUDAY MOKNINO. Superintendent, Jo. U. Rogcis nt 9:30 very pleasing manner for the InstiIn the absence of Supt. A Thatcher a. in., aud in the absence of Rev. 15. tute. 15. K. Shultz gave an interesting lMllornml Proprietor JO. B. KOtUlUN, 15. Pate the devotional exercises were The subject of Arithmetic was fur- nnd instructive talk on "The Teachconducted by Rev. W. G. Stewart. ther discussed by Dr. W. Alexander. ers Position a Responsible one." FRIDAY, AUGUdT 11, 18113 Mr. O. M. Shultz being absent the How do I Teach, was discussed by Hon J 15 Rowe entertained the audiaddress ol welcome nnd the response S. J. Tichenor, who thinks we should ence for ten minutes in a very pleasWli AM! AUTIIOIUZItU TO ANNOUNCE by Mr. W. II. Harncswere postponed. haca time for everything. Has ing talk about the "Backless Bench." The orginiation resulted in the most trouble with small children and C. SLADE TAYLOR The music furnished by Messrs Of the Cromwell Precinct, as a can- unanimous election of Jo. P. Rogers advises the use of the word method, Walker, Bean nnd Collins was highly didate for State Senator from the Sth as permanent Chairman; Miss MagR. C. Jnrnagin said he could not enjoyed by all present. Senatorial District, l the gie Williams nnd Miss Dora Gibson tell how to teach school because he - In view of the ics cream supper action of the Republican party. Hartford Republican Y L Mosley J II Barnes R C Jnrnagin . . . . . Pleasant Ridge, . . . Prentis, . . . " " IMPORTANT! at Rochester July the 10th, to remain only n short time will be prepaied todo all kinds of Photograph work. I niakea .speciality of Cabinet Photos. I use the Instantaneous pro-- i cess lor making baby pictures. You will ft ml me located in an elegant A. I). Tayi.ou. Photograph Car. I wi'l be J Ham Barnes W G Stewart Belle Rysiue, Whittinghill st.-je- ci were nominated for secretary the Albert London Annie Allen " Lucy B Townsend . . . " Sue Monroe " Lnvinia Myers E D Maddox Rockport. Albert Maddox " . . Shree. " L W Godsey . . . II il Mollie Tunstall . Clinton lg!ehcart Smallhouse, " Maimce tteid . . " Dee Cliinn Mnllie Fergusuii.South Canollton," G W Mothershead Select, " ' Mrs. Ella Rogcts " Mary Mothershead " . . . " J 15 Miller . . S W Mothershead " " " " J DOlliver Bcttle Johnston, Sulphur Springs, " Delia Shultz " " ' G S Fitzhngh . " " ' " " J S Fitzhngh . f?w w .... . 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Tit-Bit- s. gQ3S l9 f X Do-rec- i. 2bo THE V v .... frf ''tL" VM P f FT. . 1 -- I r 1 3 t . Good Friends! : Here's Luck, If times : ( . nre tight and you arc blue, come down to Fair Bros. & Co.'s and they will help you through. YOU CAN'T FIND IT EVERY DAY, So when it is handed you, don't fail to grab it. And in the grabbing, he sure to Take Firm Hold of FAIR BROS. & CO They are" not superstitions, they are facts. v JnPJ It Ice Crrnm Niirr. Alter the exercises at College Hall The medicine .show has at last de- .Wednesday night the young ladies and gentlemen of Mrs. Logic Kowe's parted. class from the Baptist Sunday School & Co. while in town gave a big ice cream supper in room tlnVweek. No. i, ol the College building. A II yirtf want a new .suit, see Carson large crowd was present and every o. body partook freely of the de- your licious cream and cakes. The crowd Coux'and get a Swiss dress at was too large to be accommodated at own price. (.akson x once so many had to wait up stairs Our frfrniturc room is chock full of , while the crowd below enjoyed the i mi t lire. Cakson & Co. delicacies and .spent their dimes, and l!ob Walker ever ready to please and fee for sale at any time and tf amuse, entertained the crowd in the 'nuatititv. at Williams Bros, hall with some clog dancing of a very Wcpwtltc best ol prices lor all fine variety. It goes without saying kindjrtJl produce. Cakson it Co. that what Dob can't do isn't worth Good rigfor hire, at all times, at doing. Casebicpit Burton's stable rates Krpnbllrnii Contention. reasonable. IlAKTTOKl), KV., August IO. The Republicans of Ohio county are I on C. R. Martin at Williams itU.-ll'Drug Store for all kinds of called to meet in Mass Convention at the Court House in Hartford at one jewclcry. olclock Saturday September 16 for the C. R. Martin will appreciate work, purpose of nominating candidates for such As repairing watches, jewclcry School Superintendent and the Legisandpectacles. lature, and to reorganize the county Ifyouhniveyourhor.se with Case-bie- r committee. A full turnout isearnest-l- y it Hurton you will always get requested. whayou pay for. Wood Tin.si.kv, Ch'm'n Co. Com. C. K. Martin, the best jeweler in Jo I) Ror.uus, Sec'y. Kentucky, is still in the ring and Call on H. C. Pace for anything you wants your work. may need in the tonsorial line. He A.. R. CnjHoTr, Carson & Co's hust- is one of the barbers in the Green ling gropeTyinan will sell you twenty River Country. Try him and be conpoutidifof brown sugar for $i. vinced. Mulls arc being 3W1SSC Circuit Court Notr-i-, out for what Jjrinp. Circuit Court convened Monday Fill DAY, AUGUST 11, 181)3. Visi-Carso- n I t - I . Vv , ay v, -- , i . . s -- Cakson iST" i. , One of the largest crowds in Hartany Circuit Court day in recent years, assembled here Monday. ford on i decision of the court is that Coeebicr & Burton furnish the best iced of any livery stable in the couu ty. d P. Wallace and Mrs. Tilda were married at the Hartford House August 7, Rev. J. II, James officiating. 13. Wes-tcrfiel- Everything in our Spring and summer goods must and will bcsold. : , . r f' Come and secure a bargain. -- v Co. Marriage license: Win, A. Harder to Miss Delvinia Crow, 11. F. Wallace to Mrs. Tilda Westcrfield.J. W. Sharp to Miss Hannah Clark. r f' . . ' ''. Horn to the wife of . II. Thomas, at Sandcrfur's Crossing, on the morning ol the 6th, a fine girl. Mother fe ' ' ' and child doing well. of the Cedar Dan Aultmire and F.lla Woodward, Grove neighborhood, were married last Sunday at the residence of Mrs. Delia Pirtle, Rev. W. W, Cook officiating. I' Rev. J. J. Fleming, the colored Baptist minister, and Dora Sullenger, also of color, became engaged in a evening in which v . difficulty monday Sullenger played the part of a bad Second. with Judge W. T. Owen on the bench and Com'th Attorney J. E. Roweand County Attorney Felix to look after the interest of the Commonwealth. The Petit Jury is composed as follows: W. P. Allen, J. II. Loyd, T. M. Daugherty, W, P. Miller.Curtis Bean, Allen Gentry, C. A. Burton, A. J. Williams, Elmore Tinsley, Robert Rains, James Bnird, B. F. Burton, C. Virgil Miller, Win. Wright and-F.llis. The remainder of the panel to be filled with bystanders. The Grand Jury is composed as follows: S. A. Bennett, Frank Chinn, Jeff French, Alexander Stogner.J. H. Patton, H. C. Leach, W. R. Chap, man, G. W. Neighbors, James Cook, W. P. Coots, J. F. Carson, Sherifl.and W. F, Condict, Foreman. Attorneys II. P. Taylor and J. S. Glenn were appointed to examine applicants for license to practice law. John J. Mcllenry applied and was given license to practice law. Com'th vs. JordonKvatts fined $20 and costs. Com'th vs. Henry Her allthecases against him except one, were stricken .with leave to reinstate. Com'th vs. Wm. lartin confessed a fine of jtio and costs. Com'th vs. Charlie Hoops confessed a fine of $10 and costs. Com'th vs. Jack GofT stricken from the docket. Com'th vs. C. N. McDauiel fitted $25 and ten days in jail. Howard acquitted. Com'th vs. -- hey would be investing it in land moral agent? G. W. Gordon and B. I theso two fightlng'for horl Hero in tho public gao on tho flats! For almost and other stable property instead of F. Jenkins. hvo ininuies biio was neien or Troy. y 6. The evils of annual calls to the Miss Lula Johnson lias turned piling it up in sale deposit vaults or Uriuff-our produce to Stevens & And in much less Billy tasted reicnt-nnc. putting it nway in their houses. K. Maddox and A. pastorate. D.J. r front Greenville. Tho hazo of half pints wa.s disixunns. js Judging from the t ilk cf Congressmen G. Davis. pelled, nnd soinn teeth went with it. Prof O. M. Shult. has .cturncd FuUjWeTght brings trade to Stevens Presently ho rose and ntado n running sonic of the wildest financial theories 7. The scriptural doctrine ol prefront Henderson. & Collins. ever heard of will be sprung on the destination. A. B. Smith and M. M. kick nt tho other, bnt being thwarted in a bolt flung himself down, and it wns Latest novelties in the Fall Dress country ns soon as the Congressional Hampton. Bestjkic of Ladies Fine shoes nt llko to go hard with him nt tho hands of goods nt Fair Bros it Co, mnchine gets into working order. 8. The importance ofour Ministers tho crowd. Punch, yon may, on Won-Btc- d Iros & Co, flats, but execration and worso is Miss Glenn Bibb, Stanford, is visitThe administration determined attending the meeting of tiic Ohio Sitioott, lotographer, is located ing her sister, Mrs. Mac Fair. sometime ago that it would be unwise County Baptist Minister's Institute. your portion if you kick anybody oxcopt your wife. over the, Front. II. P. Btown and L. W. Tichenor. Alcssrs. G. W. nnd John Neel, to have its pension policy voted upon But ns U10 ring clofed tho helmets of Fresh groceries arrive every day Whitesville, were in town last Friday. by Congress, and, in accordance with 9. Repentance, what is it and what two policemnn wero observed working at Stevcn&J2driitis. word has been nre its results? IJ. 1). Maddox nnd inward obovo tho surrounding heads, Col. S. R. Dent, representing the that determination, nnd Sam Cardow, quickly assuming his passed to the Democratic Congress Jo. Acton. Sbool orders taken at Fair Bros & United States Life Insurance Compacoat, turned away with such an nir of men as they arrived to let the pension Those Ministers that were not presblainelcssncss ns is practicablo with a Carotid goods sold at lowest prices. ny is in town. law nlone nnd leave to the executive ent at the last meeting will read the damaged eye, whilo Billy went off unMiss Olive Carson returned from OhiccoMnty school teachers should branch ofthcgovcrnmcntthc business papers they prepared for that heeded in tho opposito direction. Daviess county Wednesday, nfterk beBilly was all very well, but Sam was calLdn Fair Bros & Co for bargain. of reducing the number of pensioners occasion. better. Sho resolved to draw him for a ing absent several weeks. by its construction of present laws, Bit it KKSOtATn, by the Ohio CounRcutTlant stock of summer clothing feathered hut before next bank holiday. Misses Myra McKcnncy and May rather than take the chance of having ty Baptist Minister's Institute: So tho sun went down on her nnd her at your own price at Fair Bros & Co. Bir, Btavcr Dam, are visiting Misses proposed amendments defeated. But That, the Churches through their bloko hanging on each other's necks nnd Stearics & Collins have no grocer-iesflistraggling toward tho Romford road Bessie and Cecile Williams there are some vigorous kickers pastors are requested to take a collechave prsscd through 3004 chiltion for the benefit of the Literature with shouts nnd choruses. Tho rest wns Mrs. Will Kdntotids nnd two ngaiust among this progiamiuc trnmcar, low musio hall, half pints and fifes. Fund, dren, Sebrce, arc visiting her father, the Such men ience nt the earliest ptactical conven- darkness. Deuiocarts. nnd forward to J. S. Coleman, Mr. English, of the Mutual Life Jo I). Sandcrlur, near Beaver Dam. Billy took homo his wounds, and his ns Representatives Tnrsucy, of Mo , our agent at Hartford, Ky., and that Insurance Company, of Newark, N this resolution be published with mother, having moved his wrath by askMrs Lottie Williams, Fountain Sayers, of Texas, and Enloc, of Tening their origin, sought rcfugo with a J. is in town. Run, Monroe Co., who has been visit- nessee, nre full to the neck of schemes program for next meeting. neighbor. His revengo ho All interested will please clip and in two installments. Two accomplished nights later Tcacluers.cnll on Martin for watches ing on No Creek, returned home Sat- to reduce the amount pitd for preserve program for the next meet' Lizcrunt wns going with a juir of beer amending the present laws, and cMcks; also have your old watch- urday. S. Com'.man.' ing. J. when somebody sprang from a fark cor-w- r, es fixed up so as to be ready for O. J. Thomas and sister, Miss unless they change their minds will landed her under the ear, knocked ' Don't You liiiou teaclitug. her sprawling and inado oft to tho sound Stella, were at Olennvillc last Sun- introduce them in the House, notwithstanding the expressed wish- That to have perfect health you must of her hullabulloo. Sho did not seo who Remember that C. R. Martin is nt day. Miss Stella was accompanied es of theadministration. The Repub- have pure blood, and the best way to it was, but sho know, nnd next day Sam have pure blood is to take Hood's Williams & Bell's Drug Store ready home Wednesday by Miss Annie licans will be glad tv get an opportu- - Sarsaparilja, the best blood purifier Cardow was swearing ho'd break Billy's x back. to do all kinds of watch, clock and C;owe. nitv to put the Dcmoctats in Con- - nnd strength builder. It expels all Ho did not, howovcr, for that ovening jejvelry repairing. Nouthrrii XopiiiiiI I'nUrro 'y. grcss on record on the pension policy taint of scroluln, salt rheum nnd all a gang of seven or eight fell on him with Best private board cveryth ng fur of theadministration and will lose no other humors, and at the same time sticks nnd belts. (They wero Causeway Great preparations are being made f builds up the whole system and gives chaps, whilo Sam wns a Brady's laner, Good board, for n irrnnil It.irlipriin nt Bear Run nished, $7.00 to $8.00. opportunity to get n vote upon any the nerve strength. which would havo been reason enough good $5 per month Entire expenses for bill that promises to have that result. Bridge August 19th. Several by itself, even if Billy Chopo had not Enrollment, 700. the year $125. Hood's Piljs may be had by mail been ono of them.) speakers will be on hand. Senator Gorman spent the larger States represented, 15. Fa' ltyof22 portion of this week at the capitol, bu for 25c. of C. I. Hood it Co., I,owcll, He lay at homo for nearly four weeks, EVERYBODY says that Smoot instructors. Mass. For both and when ho stood up again it was in g and are go- sexes. Year, five terms of nine weeks he was much more intent upon makes tlvt finest pictures, many bandages. Lizcrunt camo often the lion's share of the places to his bedside, nnd twice sho brought an ing so Ifave some made. Remember each. Good health. Main building under the Democratic officials of the LTZEHUNT. orange s he is artist and will do of brick with twenty-fiv- e rooms heatM011-diBut tho weeks went on. It was a work ns cheap as the cheapest. Give ed by steam. Tuitio'n free to cripples Senate, who will assume office month, nnd Sam had left his bed, and in accordance with the agreeSomewhere In the register was written hiia call. a id those preparing for the ministry. ment undct which they were elected the name Elizabeth Hunt, but 17 years Lizcrunt wns getting a littlo tired of bandages. Also sho The vocal trio Wednesday evening S:hool year begins Sept. 5, 1893; sec- - nt the March extra Kssion of the nftor tho entry the spoken name was and consider bank had begun to doubt holiday scarcely a by Messrs. Bean, Collins and Walker j o.td term Nov 7, 1893; third term Senate, than upon helping his party Lizcrunt. fortnight off. Hho worked nt n pic Wo factory nnd apwas a sensation. For Sam was stono broke, and a plush The song was orig- Jin. 9, 1S94; fourth term Mirolt 13, to formulate n financial programme peared abroad in nn elaborate, nnd shabby inal and the appropriateness was 1394; fifth term May 15, 1894; closes One of his personal friends said of costume, usually supplemented by a hat was farther away than ever. And all through tho later of theso weeks Billy duly appreciated by the large July 12, 1894. For further particuhim once: "Gorman's idea of the white- apron. Chopo was harder than ever on his Withal showns somcthingofabcauty address, Pitoi'. J.A.BAnnn.I'res. greatest statesman is, the man who audience as e'xpresscd by the hearty lars, mother. that Is to say, hor checks wero very red, Huntingdon, Teun. Thero wns n milliner's window encore. can get the best and the largest numher teeth wero very largo and white, her show of nothing but fashionnblo with a plush Or W. M. Johnson, Centretown.Ky ber of offices for those who do his noso was small and snub and her fringo Mr. Chas. L. Robertson, representand feather hats, and Lizcrunt was linpolitical work." He isn't the only was long and shiny, while her face, now gering thereubonts ono ovening when ing Sloan it.Dawers, Louisville, was l'KI.I.VII.MI. wassusceptibloof a high mm in Congress, by a large number, washed, such girls aro married nt polish. somo ono took her by tho waist, and in town the first of the week. He is We are needing rain. Many 10, but who appears to have adopted that Llzerunt was much belated and had some ono said: "Which d'yer liko, Lizer? a jolly good fellow, and a typical The ioctors are busy now, as there Tho yuller uu?", Kentucky gentleman, full of fun and is a great deal of sickness in this lo- definition of statesmanship, but he is never n bloko at nil. Llzerunt turned and saw it was Billy. Billy Chopo was a year older than Llze- She pulled herself away credited with getting more small reaily wit. He made many lasting cality. and backed off, runt. Ho wore a billycock with n thin snllon and distrustful; "Gnrn," she said. offices than airy other single Demofriends while here who will gladly Mrs. Bettie V. Bruner, of Owens-borbrim nnd n permanent deni in tho crown. "Straight," said Billy. "I'll sport yer crat. welcome him back again. Ho hud a bobtail coat, and his collar one. No kid, I will." is visiting relatives here. There has been considerable adverse wns turned up at 0110 sido and down at "Garn," said Lizcrunt onco moro. Win. Foster, Vice President ol Hart The opening serin on of the camp comment on the appointment of tho other, as nn expression of jndepend-euc"Wot ycr.gettin at now?" meeting to be held by the colore 1 ford College, was here Monday. He Between his But presently sho npproachod less Charles B, Morton, of Maine, to be hands in his breeches meals ho wore his pockets. Ho lived guardedly, and sho went away with a people will be preached by is a gentleman of fine attainments Fourth Auditor of the Treasury, with his mother, who mangled. and we think will fill the position Rev. D. T. Burch. Saturday night paper bag nnd tho reddest of all the His conversation with Llzerunt conplushes nnd tho bluest of nil fcath-- . with credit to himself and to the which was made this week, and it sisted long of Rev. G. V.. Curry will pnuch. Sunperfunctory nods, but this ers, a hat that challenged all tho flats has not all come from Republicans. tho day morning Bro Burch will again school. We love to see those conncct-e- l especial Thursday evening, as Llzerunt, tho next bank holiday. with Hartford College for we can Morton was instrumental in making making for home, followed tho fading preach. Sunday night the Presiding As for Billy, why, ho was as good ns the scandalous attack upon Mr. and red beyond tho farthermost end of ComKlder, Rev. L. M. Ilaygood, will always hear from our old friend, Dr. another, and you can't havo overything, road, great things happened, and Sam Cardow, with his bandages Mrs. Blaine during the campaign of mercial and Alexander. preach. for Billy Chopo, slouching in tho oppoMiss Annie Clark will teach in '8 j, and was charged with chipping site direction, lurched acros3 tho pave- his grunts and groans, was no great catch after all. the date of death and birth from the ment ns they met, Mr. S. R.yDent, Afccnt of the Unit Daviess county this year. nnd taking tho nearer This was tho wooing of Lizcrunt, for Blaine's eldest hand from his pocket caught and twisted ed Stales Jiife Insurance Co , arrived Miss Ada Jctt will tench in Ohio tombstone of Mr. In a few months sho and Billy married. her arm, bumping hor ngain9t tho wall. yesterday morning on his way to county and Miss Kola Clark has her child, in the cemetery nt Augusta, And they lived with Billy's mother. "Gam," said Llzerunt, greatly pleased, National Observer. Maine, in order lhat.a doubt might be SmallUouse to pay a policyheld in his a good school. "lo'gol" For sho know that this wns cast upon the legitimacy of the child. Conttiny by Mr. lid K. Barnard. love. Homer Bruticr, son of Prof. C. M. TVIiat If Done With Ola Shoot. Senator Got man threw a bomb into all the insurance in this county Bruner, is expecting to attend Hart"Whero yer nuf to, Lizer?" "What do we do with old shoes that thecampofthefrce trade Democrats this " 'Ome, o' course, cheeky. Lo' gol" nnd aro left here?" said n shoo dealer, repeatis crricd with Mr. Dent's Company. ford College this fall, sho snatched in vuiu at Billy's hat. ing a customer's question. "Well, we Tht Company is old and reliable and Vora M. Mosely, son of M. Moscly, week by saying in the most positve Billy let go and capert'd in front. She never do anything with thotn. There's a terms that no new tariff bill would be prompt pay. the meichaut at this place, is also feigned to dodgo by him, careful not to pilo in tho yard now waiting for the ash passed by this Congress, because of Mr. Klisha Coleman, father of Dr. expecting to atten 1 Hirtford Cillegs tlie opposition of the busincs interests bo too quick, becauso affairs wero devel- man to carry off. If whilo it is there oping. any old bum wants to bo shod, we send xxx died at the this fall. Coleman, J S ol the country, and that what revision "I sy, Lizer," said Billy, stopping his him out and let him tako his pick. But home of the latter last Monday evenof the MoKinly law was done must danco and becoming businessliko, "goin I know ono shoo storo that keeps all its m:vvi:u iah. ing and was buried at the Beaver any whero Monday?' castoffs for a collector. In fact, I'm not Mr. Mr. II. B. IiPoint, who has been be of a very conservative nature. "Not along o' yon, cheeky. You go euro that ho doesn't pay a littlo someDam Cemetery Tuesday. He was an public long o' Bcllcr Dawson, like wot you did thing for them. Haven't tho least idea Gorman seldom expresses a old and highly respected citizen, be- boring for oil on Mr. II. ,B. Taylor's opion without purpose, and there is Easter." a what ho docs with them, but shouldn't farm, left Monday morning. He will ing 88 years of age. The many friends "Blow Beller Dawson j attend the World's Fair, then go to reason to believe that his purpose in good. I'm goin on tho flats.sho nin't no wondor if you could buy the best of them ol Dr. Coleman will sympathize with Como'r" afterward in Hester street for 10 cents a Canada and return to Beaver Dam expressing this opinion at this time Lizcrunt, delighted but derisive, ended pair, and, for all I know, somo of them him in his sad bereavement. is to serve notice on the Democratic with n promise to "seo." Tho bloko had may be worked over into cheap stock." this fall. Now York Sun. Mr. Will Cooper will take charge of free traders in the House that it is come nt least, and sho walked homo with Miss Laura Morton entertained n tho feeling of having taken her degree. few of her little friends last Friday the Cottage Hotel some time this useless for them to. send a free trade Sho had half assured The Salvation Army. bill to the Senate, because there will days before, when Sam herself of it two evening trout 8 to to o'clock. The week. Speaking in Exeter hall, London, Cardow threw an be enough Democratic Senators, add orange peel at her, but went nwny after General Booth said the Salvation Army Mr. Perry Westerfield is having his little folks had a jolly time. Those ed to the solid Republican yote, to a littlo prancing on the pavement. is now established in 83 countries; Its house repaired. present were: Misses Ella Rovvc, BesSam was n stnurter fellow than Billy work is carried on in SI Innguages; it Misses Jessie and Mary Smith, prevent its passage. Mazie Thomas, Belle sie Williams, nnd earned his own living. Probably has 40 newspapers and magazines, with Wierner, Fannie Harper, Mary Lou Hartford, were in town Tuesday. Ids intentions wero serious, but onomust an annual circulation of 43,000,000 copCFATKAl. (lltMVi:. ies; It numbers 3,070 stations or societies, prefer tho bird in hand. Dr. W. T. McKenneyand wife, Mr. Joplip, Isabelle Cox, Florence Morton, Aug. 7 Rev. II. P. Brown filled Thcro is no other fair like Whit Mon- controlled by 10,810 omcers (excluding Mercedes G u fly, and Masters Owen Shelby Taylor and wi e left on No. 8 officers and ' his tegular appointment here last day's on Wanstend flats. Hero is a 10,798 Williams, Guy and Lyttiin Williams, train Tuesday morning to attend the square mllo nnd moro of open hind where 12,320 bandsmen), and it reaches an esSunday at 3 p. nt. World's Fair. Walter Martin, Sam Cox, Flvis Car-soyou may howl nt largo. Hero tho pub- timated number of 7,000,000 persons Mr. Dan Aultmire and Miss Kiln lic houses aro always with youj shows, every week. The remains of Mr. Klisha Coleman fried fish were interred in the Beaver Dam Woodward were united in the holy shies, swings, NiibHcrlplloii I.nw. donkeys, aro packed closer than Ice t'rrnut Nnpprr. burying grounds Tuesday evening. bonds of matrimony last Sunday at stalls, The courts have decided that the on Hampstcad Heath. There will be an Ice Cream supper 4:30, p. 111., in the presence of a tiuni Also you may bo drunk nnd disorderly following is the law ns applies to given at and for the benefit of the C Quite a large crowd attended the fun- ber of friends Rev. Cook speaking a iuu ij4I aj niitmi v nninftlAnl.nil uy, in 41va numuuo . newspapers jiuuui newt, iuv P. Church at Beda on the night of eral. Mr. J. P. McKenney and family the words that made their hearts won't hold evervbodv. nnd when nil olso I 1 . Subscribers who do not give ex Saturday, Aug. 19th. Kvcry body beat as one. Miss Woodward is one has palled you may set firo to tho turf. Herein to Billy and Lizcrunt projected press notice to the contrary are coninvited Committki:. . have returned from Rochester, where of Ohio county's accomplished young they have been visiting the last week. themselves from tho doors of tho Holly sidered ns wishing to renew their Mr. J. B. Boiling and wife left for ladies and Mr. Aultmire is a noble Troo on Whit Monday morning. TI10 rrocluct Contention. subscriptions. gentleman and our wish for them is, But through hours and hours of fried Corydon, Ky., this week. Pursuant to call the various 2. If subscribers order the disconfish nnd hnlf pints both wore conscious df met in convention and voted , Miss Georgia Pirtle, Hartford, was that many roses bestrewn along their a deficiency, for tho hat of Llzerunt tinuance of their periodical, the pubfor State Senator on last Saturday. in town Wednesday on her way home pathway through life. was brown and old, plush it was not, and lisher may continue to send their Miss Missouri Park, of Beda, is visIts feather was a more foot long and paper Conventions were held in all precincts from Spring Lick, where she has been until all arrearages are paid. iting Miss Clemmie Park this week. very ni6ty block. save Sinallhouse. visiting her aunt. 3. If subscribers neglect or refuse Now it is not decent for a factory girl There was an entertainment given The following is the vole by preMr. Muck Tichenor is in town, their periodicals to ntthc residence of Mr. and" Mrs. G. from LimcUouso hatgo bank holidaying to take to which they nrefrom the cincts: Mr. Tom Taylqr went to Hartford of plush, very high postofficc under any but a directed W. Rowe's Thursday night, which in tho crown and of n wild blue or a i:. V. GCFl'V. C. S. TAVI.OK. Wednesday. they are responsible until they have wilder green, carrying also an ostrich Abbicville 2 Mr. John B. Taylor was In town was highly enjoyed by all. 14 settled their bills and ordered them Mr. C. W. Mason, of Grayson coun- feather, pink or scarlet, or what not lj Tuesday on his way home from DanBartlctt ..-,.- .. 5 that springs from the foro part, climbs discontinued Beda . . , it ville, Ind , where he has been attend- ty, visited in this community Sun- tho crown and drops as far down tho 4. If subscribers move to other day. shoulders as may be. Beaver Dam . . 32 ing school for sonic time. places without informing the pubLizcrunt know this nnd would have Mr. L. B Loney was elected Sun1 Buford 00 Mrs. Carrie Carter will leave our stayed at homo without a bloke, but a lisher, nttd the papers nre sent to the day as delegate to represent our Sun6 Centertown 20 town some time this week. former address, they are held responis a day School in the State Conven tion chnnco too,chance.a vague impression-mudd- led, Cool Springs . . . 1 Billy, hnd Chick kx. 23 sible. nt Ashland, Ky., August 22d to 24. bnt not drowned in half pints Cromwell . . . . f 1 87 5. The courts have decided the reMiss Flora Everly is visiting relathat some degree of plush was conF.llis 10 00 dign to tho occusion and to his own ex- fusing to take periodicals from the ofWASHINGTON. tives near Island, Ky. Iona 6 Fordsville 72 fice or removing and leaving then penditure. 12 Hartford 38 Still thcro was no quarrel, and tho uncalled for, is prima facie evidence e Mr. Cleveland and Secretaries pair walked and ran with arms about of intentional fraud. .lllnUtrr'H Meollnif. 11 12 Horse Branch and Latttout will return to Program of the Ohio County Bap each other's necks, and Lizcrunt 10 Mcllenry 17 6. If subscribers pay in advance Washington tomorrow, and it is un- tist Minister's Institute, which conthumped her bloko on tho back at proper N. 37 Magatt 2 derstood that they bring with them venes at Beavir Dam, Oct. 27, 1893: intervals, so that tho affair proceeded they nre bound to give notice nt the 11 Rockport 12 very regularly, although In vlow of cud of the time if they do not wish a definite financial policy. One is 1. What course should be pursued shortcomings Billy did not insist to continue taking it; otherwise the 28 Rosine 54 by their party for with Baptists who remove into the uiwn tho customury exclmngo of hats. certainly needed . 6 Shreve 00 Everything went-wel- l and well enough publisher is authoricd'to scud it and a more utterly bewildered crowd than vicinity of a Baptist Church, but reStewart svlllc 00 24 until Billy bought a ladies' tormentor the subscriber will be responsible unthe Democratic Congressmen are has fuse to join it? J. S. Coleman and A. Sulphur Springs . . 15 and began to squirt it at Lizcrunt, 20 til an express notice with payment never been seen in Washington. G. Davis. For then Lizcrunt went scampering for nil arrearages is sent to the pubs of them openly acknowlmadly with piercing., shrieks until her 2. Is it in keeping with Baptists Total 293 325 blpko was left some littlo way behind, lisher. edge that they are groping in the practice to scriptural, or Taylor's majority The latest postal laws are such that 32 and Sam Cardow, turning up at that dark, and haven't the slightest idea or finally to dismiss a member, moment nnd seeing her running nlono in newspaper publishers can arrest any of what they are going to do, or even whether by exclusion or otherwise, Xotlre. the crowd, throw Ids arms about her one for fraud who takes a paper and The People's Party of the Stlt'Sen-atori- of what they want to do. waist nnd swung hor round him again except by a unanimous vote of nil voho floundered this way and refuses to pay for it. Under this law Senator Teller has some very decidDistrlct.of Kentucky will meet ting in the case? J. T. Casebier anil and ngnin nstho shies and the hoky poky the man who allows his ssubcription that among in convention at Rockport, Ohio coun- ed opinions of the situation, and he W. H. Bell. barrows. to run along for sometime unpaid does not hesitate to express them. He " 'Ullo, Llzorl Whero aro y' ty, on Friday the 2d day of Septem3. Is it scriptural toexpel a penitent nnd then orders it discontinued, or does not believe that Congressman do nnd repentant transgressor from the to? If I 'adn't Inid 'old o' yer" ber, 1893, for the purpose of nominatto de- orders the postmaster to mark it "reBnt hero Billy Chopo arrived ing a candidate for the Senate oi Ken- anything to relieve the financial con- Church? T. M. Morton and "j. N. mand what Sam Cardow was doing with fused," and have a postal card sent tucky. Muhlenberg and Butlerroun-tic- s dition, nnd says the repeal of the Sher- Likens. his gal. Now, Sntn wns over readier for notifying the publisher, leaves himwill please scud delegates, Done man law, even if itcan be accomplish4. What should Churches do with a fight than Billy was, but tho sum of self liable to arrest and fine, the sane by order of the Mass Convention or ed, will do no good. He says the members who have means but refuse Billy's half pints wus largo, wherefore as for theft. the People's Party of Ohio county people are not nfrald of our curruncy, to contribute to the support of the tho fight began.of the hilarious ring Lizo-run-t, On tho skirt held at Hartford on Monday, August but of investments, and cites as proof Church? J. N. Jarnagiit and W. G. dkesUoti tat Wurtiitu. JUUU after eomo small outcry, triumphed 111' uiucu. lV that money is being hoarded, where as Fulkerson, Brn Niswton, Ch'm'n, aloud. Four days 'ooforo she' bad no 7, 1893. YVS IltOJ! "ITVB B. t b alt JtaleM m It enrrs q .;' It. fjr if it were currency they arc afraid of W. G. Fiti,ki:rson, Sec'y. 5. Is an unregeneratcd tttait a free bloke, uud hero she itood with two, and i e. at pen-sionsj capt-turiu- o old groceries nt Stevens & Col- Mns. JL PERSONAL I J first-clas- y, I VJ Al-nio- rnerry-gp-round- pre-duc- ts .'.to ...... .... i BiAW-KYi'- ..... ..... ... ... A Car-p'sl- 's M Nine-tenth- e al V 1 ! lc taudlrja.' U KVMUIWk ; ' ! '-- 4 ' t i ,.r ,k t i L ,'- -:' 1. ' v-- .a ? "V lit a ! t--r kiwi-h- . II. 1 ill " ii,ti Hi, WvLtJ "'..wiMfiwi' rtf r- " v- - : rAd m' Hartford Republican PiUDAY, AUrjiT ,11, 181)3 XTwayS CATE. I'm (ilwnys Just allttlolnto whcrct er I i.iny o; In whatsoe'er I umlcrlnko I nlwnjatliul It o IMRCt onterytiltcly If tint troiM would oily liut now I'm mire to lliul mv If n Ulllo bit late. tvn.lt, to Wlien but n rlillil I nlwicvn wvnt n lit t to l.ilc (o school; In nmMnK Into tl.n uuno dilii) u,y m lions seemed to rub". For every lltnc I ashed r. maid 10 bo my lot Ipg mate, She'd m), "I'm soiry, tc-j- t jnti'ie n llttlo Ml too lute." I can't recall a tlmo when Hut I had to run for It nit hall myinlrflit and main, Am) m I taw It clbllni; nut was forrod to sully wait Tlie while some ono would mention, "Vou'ro 11 little bit too Lite." lint I 1 train let out locaiilin no vTits evidently well in years, but n certain j.iuntl-iies- s in nttiro and frivolity in her manlier plainly betrayed tho fact that sho desired to appear young. After sho had ridden u short distanco sho suddenly attracted tho conductor's attention, nnd pointing to a young iiinn at the other end of tho car on tho opposite sldo said: "Conductor, that insolent fellow is trying to flirt with mo!" Tho other passengers smiled slightly nt tho Idea nnd looked at tho young man indicated, expecting to seo him look very uncomfortable, but ho didn't. Slowly nnd" gracefully arising from his seat nnd politely lifting his hat to his accuser he said: "Excuso me, madam, but I was smiling at the other old lady who sits beyond you and who happens to be my mother." Tliis was too much for tho elderly damsel, and nfter ono vain effort to regain her composure sho Btopped tho car nnd dismounted, amid tho laughter of other passengers. Exchange. tleinan. d A DELIGHTFUL MEETING. half hellote. If elmll-- I'd I should illo as ccrtalul) I be n little bit ton Into to sen my funeral; homo one would say, "Tho l.vuno UKonv; the mourners couldn't wait; The casket went without jou; ou're n little bit too lute." Yet even that I could cndure,but I hocrnter fears That there'll botorry news for mo bejond tbl tnlonf tears; I'm eure St. I'oler, Just about the time I icncli tho Kate, Will lock It up nnd murmur, "You'ro n little bll too late." IccV Sun. 1'otorty i:iocd. Llttlo Dot I cuess Mr. Nexdoor is awful poor. Mamma Why so? Llttlo Dot Mrs. Nexdoor told her o girl that candy would spoil her teeth. Good News. lit-tl- Appropriate. She I wonder why they call these angel sleeves? He Whut else could they bo called Indianapolis when you wear theirs. Was All IUkM Until Mio Wanted the location hcttlcd. Naturally I wns pleased when tho hostess led mo up and Introduced mo to the prettiest girl in tho room. And I was agreeably surprised when the young lady gave mo n gracious smilo and'claluied mo as an old acquaintance, frankly adding that it was needless to Introdtico ns unless I had forgotten her. And I had! "If I havo over met you beforo it must havo been in tho dark!" I thought to myself. Tor how could I havo failed to remember her? I hnvo n very fino memory for that sort of faco. I had not caught her name. I could not place her. So I put n bold faco on it and remarked unblushlngly: "No, indeed, 1 havo not forgotten you! But I thought a second introduction might be safer. I did not daro to hope that your memory was as good as mine." I could feeo by the young lady's expression that this llttlo siieeclt "went." It was accepted at its faco value, and I was beginning to congrntulato myself on my presence of mind for social lying does not como easy to mo when tho womanly curiosity of tho hostess led her to investigate. "How funny! So yon and .Tennio have met before?" sho inquired. "Oh, yes," I answered promptly. Then sho deliberately iloored me with tho tactless point blank question, "Where?" Harpcr'n Bazar. It YOUandYOUE uraiaren mi& It is a wonderful remedy, which cial to you and your children. of Pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil and Hypophos-phite- s of Lime and Soda. It checks wasting in tlie children and produces sound, healthy flesh. It keeps them from taking cold and it will do the same for you Scrofula and mil Anaemic and Waitirg Diseases. Prevents was tlnp In ch.ldron. AU most at palatable ns milk. CJctonly the genuine. Prc)nrod by Scott A s. XSv rLMfw m '.NraD-- CXYR s'ZrfZ. i'v r """) LW , W ri is alike benefiSuch is Scott's Emuhto). lif KXMlw 111 CANT OF GET ENOUGH Cold, Scott's Emulsion Consumption, caret Coaghi, Scott's Emulsion WHE WKwriioiJNP. t.T. Bowno.Chomlst', Nuw York. all Druggists. Bold by . v'OUn P" V . M'V . r ' patient. AUanlu. Utt.UinculUOaWtUutiu.ibU "Why not, doctor?" whiiored tho consumptive. "Those nro my office hours," explained I.OltlNVIM.i:, NT. I. OTIS A Tl'.V. It. tho light minded physician. Harvard L:.is7i!h, Si, I cw .ilv.j. Lampoon. Tjicrlal "Tm to ono you don't seo mo toinot-row.said tho doctor chieiily to his new A lltMiiton, " Vir ,.., curul iu SKIUt.Wmt.I.EV.M 1). ( -- "i s V r.r N;vr. ae. XJ MM1 11' SOAP ! ' l 3T LOUIS. It S7"S31t3l.5;"tocC?5K?3 im Tarteil l'orcter. Journal. How Ho Know. Hard to llellctp. Thero nro tunny ways of fixing a misMatid Yes, I am obliged to have my demeanor )K)i tlio pereon who has comshoes mado to order. My left foot is mitted it. It is coiiiinonly thought tliat larger than m' right. lawyers nml not clergymen aro the mt n Ethel Is it possible? Boston Tranmost competent for this practice, Imt script. the following story leaves ono feeling Conies to tlie Sumv Thing. that tho honors may bo equal: "Last Sunday," said tho clergyman to his congregation, "some ono put n button in tho collection bag. I won't mention names. I will merely say that only one individual in tho congregation could have douo so, and I shall e.pect tho same momber after tho servico to replace the button with a coin of tho realm." After church a well to do but close fisted individual sought an interview with tho clergyman in the vestry. IU "I er," ho began hesitatingly, "must apologize, sir, for the cr button incident, which, I can assure yon, was quite nn accident. I happened to have the Jack 1 say, Gus, that dog of yours button in my waistcoat pocket, together looks liko n fool. with a quarter, and took out tho former Gus Why, ho has just as much sense by mistake. However, sir, hero is the tn I have. quarter." Jack That's what I said. Truth. AA mi I AiA llWf "Thank you," said tho clergyman takA 11 laiiU l'or Ills Ullter. ing tho quarter nnd gravely handing him "Aw, by tho way, do you keep dogs' the button. pants here?" asked tho would bo funny "By the bye, sir," said tho man, "1 can- dude as ho lookedqtiizzically at tho salesnot understand how you should have man. known that it was I who er commit"Yes, sir," replied tho meek looking ted the er much to bo legretted mis- assistant; "that is, we havo some forcurs take." and puppies. Would you liko to try on "I didn't know," jeplied the clergy- n pair?" man. Tlte smilo faded out of the dude's faco "Didn't know? But you said, sir, that like a midsummer night's dream as tho only ono individual in the congregation oung lady who was with him giggled in could havo done se." n high soprano through her cambric You see, sir, it is scarcely haiidlciTthief. "Just so. Vogue. possible that two individuals could have put ono button in tho bag. Is it, now?" A Keturt IYiiilnlne. asked tho clergyman with n bland smile. It was so much easier for tho button contributor to say "Good day" than to answer this puzzling question that he made his bow at once. Boston Globe. hi ,J:T:v's n--J- TN. doormat, "that nil is over between us? Aro nil tho attentions I havo showered upon you during tho past bix months tho theater tickets, tho suppera, tho moonlight rides all aro ns nothing? May I ask why, after all theso evidences of my great love, you chooso to return my ring and declaro that you never can to becomo my wife?" "You may," replied tho fair young creaturoas sho slowly arosotoher full height. "Listen, James Wildboy. Yesterday afternoon ut 1:150 you weio bitting in n Broadway horo car." "I was," ho muttered, n slight pallor overspreading his face. "Every seat was taken," sho went on. "Tho car stopjied. A woman entered, nnd for 14 blocks bIio stood up while you wero reading your lwper. Do" But with a wild, despairiug cry, James Wildboy disappeared into tho gathering darkness, nnd as his figuro shot out of tho open door sho shrieked after him: "Yes, James Wildboy, I was that woman." Life. con-be- "Am I to understand then, Miss said tho young man, nervously pacing back ntul forth over tho bearskin Quill-cutter- ." With Thunderous Inclines. McLeod 1 didn't get in until lato last night, but my wife didn't wako up. McLean Yon won't bo nblo to fool bCIIEDl'LK IX LKKKCT XCIV.I. iNo.nl, 1S1I. .Nn.f.l, her tonight. McLeod Why not? McLean Thoso trousers will arouse the neighborhood. Truth. lit- - l.oiilvlllc Wel Point llrindrnhiiri:... Irvinxtnn Sli'l hear port .. Clottrputt Ilaweatllle iHlly. Iall) 7.Ha. m. t'JApnw- Mia.mirfl" tu;rtfi"i! r. in. I.il a. in. u.ilp.n. us loll 11 - A OLi' i$mM s. KM ,'' " i X -- ' ' "O L ) J-3-- "" )( V Kiwi J YfJ Wouldn't Tell. First Broker Did you win or loso in that cvclolio today? Second Broker (loftily) That's my busiui'iii. Say, can you direct me to lunch counter; New York Weekly. art-ce- Ouenloro bpotlstille Ar. Hen lron 1.UI I.eiHrt iii. It a. m ' n '' pin, jl&wU4$Tf&xaX tv ' L 2XS--A-l'-iif '" .' irC t55fsiCP AK&mSXJ U V7W 7 rsA 1 (J 3JAv4!ILri-- - r- - T I - -- l:'.p .. p. m. l mi. li'.iin. p m in ' "' "- - Ksri!OlM. I.t. Hender-o- n An i:mnplf. 7Mn.ni. .1; Up, in m Professor (examining class in physios) The pri'bMim of holies at rest is called force. ( 5i e nn exaniple. Jones. June (an ubsetwiut scholar) Tho jiolici' force. Mill.cu. k'oruiul t'rleidlt). Sht'dn thii nvell sot) JVIiy is the north polo so col !. do you i:::.tjiui? He (imt i i ! ) 1'if.r.is.! it is in the tipper cirt! I l.iucy. Detroit Freo Prti i. Hroltuvllle T.i7 1. in. a Onti.wro I.ewiporl Ilawestille Clotcrpnrt ti,'Hn.m. .".. Itopim niiopm p. p in, p. i i, btephnior: Inliuaon rsr.inihnbiirii Wet Point Ar. houlstllle , to ol a m. I 1" ll'2ls.m. 6:ll 1! Via, in. T.H. II Ma. nt, 7 '.1 i a', p. m, 1 ' p. in, n :15. DKlM'.It, .Manager. Oniwaile City Scales. Wwlo'iioikiis chcaiuisniil)0(ly, quality consitlcred. I.eilring nml FHOM 5!1 Ur. Give us a call. Ill'tHiII-.i!uiiiitiug il iiiuinimi)tly. s li himmiwih iiiiiiiim niiiinii ' T"TT r III r M mi ' jmeimiiihim" wm v nwi m 'r TTri Tsnlns N", Irtuigtoiii'-iiisli- ) M sml No. M m I tllle, Hsrlinl"ir.' M I'tifpir .1 W.-t- ii In It. 1. .r n, I.ojio spring1. I'tr. J l iiinii. r MimiM ijjffl! ai rniiai,iiKTriMfflviVmrriri nprMni Wi9 .:f.i i ia j Vvv1Hb Mixed. A Httlo misunderstanding due to Town Clerk Charles N. Marsh's absorption in tho dog taxing business hapened in Hiughaui tho ether day. A young man walked bashfully Into his office, and when his turn camo ho huskily asked Hingham'd veteran town clerk for u IV.Iti'i' lr.t u.i m.t.! we ill,w 1. i ) tMh&nmmi 'it' jBArAtWfrAvi sMAl'SH fin ma w&KZVfcZffftj jb it a rm ' Poet j ilu spiin"! 'IV..u ':'..', i" . ..i .1 biiiug is excel-leal- . pooms to last IM!. ( Mgei now about the spring Ci5?na re ssbroppcDF. . of lUOt? Sifting-i- ' j lit r Xante Prlile. An Euity One. Not long ago an nccident happened to little Barbara's doll Gladys, which was thereupon sent to a storo where surgical nttention is given to wounded dolls. When the day camo for it to bo discharged, cured, Barbara obtained permission to go and get it. Barbara stood on tiptoe beforo the counter at tho storo and asked if her doll was mended. "I guess so," said the young woman behind tho counter, fumbling over a pile of dolls on a shelf. "But I'm nfraid can't tell which one it is in nil this lot." "Oh, you can find her easily enough," said Barbara confidently. "Her namo's Gladys!" Youth's Companion. 1 N it' I tw.K' -..r.It i l-e. rK! V"""" i I All iJEy i vK-ttti- t "Whit name?" asked Mr. Marsh. Tho young man g.ivo his name, and tho clerk wrote it down on a dog license. "What bieed, ago nnd color is it?" was the nest question. "I didn't know you had to tell that." said tho young man. "Havo to do that in order to identify them," said Mr. Marsh. knows her. Sho has "But Mrs. worked thero a long time." "Eh, what's that?" said tho clerk. "Why, wo think of gettiug married." whispered tho young man. Mr. Marsh's stateliouso friends think it was strange that ho couldn't spot that sort of a customer at first glance. Boston Globe. Cruelty. J I Set . Att lriseFejsr H jDr.KLINL Sr.i:i. tr...... ... rirrivrWcctrtrt . iifrALii, Lrici ..; ;. ,, ' ;.v'i"t.j' t, . t r f ., , , , ,f, IHer r ItnritJj,-,.I rs'ti, If V ".TT',"-,,'-W!.Da.-iiu- W B'WM wiiin'rrd H "BliTMIjiW wm M sfj(?fAirH isswvPuOSEupH . IklfAkA Wt.tVi ... i Oh JXr.ir,. c. I O tKAL. .i '.' '- - M J''..i' " v!.;Jty r '" VA.'ili !,:" iiitW (Jon.iU(Tci;i! H;)( CENTRAL CITY, KY. R. R. PAXON, F.TJPRITOi lias just been I quired ami neul d. a 1 'liraaKSsgjM WMW-":m nHntuiiHfcii '1 s -- il msMS&SEBlim i; KH;1! ho kin mako up wid me by oll'enii mo a ride iu his carridge, ho is very much nistook, I kin tell him!" Life. "If he thinks furni.-lieLoeateil close to l)t'iui lunch Good meals or iirst-el0 A Cae l'or Mercj. it a trial. Tho Judgi What isyonr age, madaml Fair R spondent Your lordship, I leave that to the mercv of the court. a Tit-Bit- s. I 11 w-- ,v ii, si if. l'olnt. "I don't believe in this chirograph' business," said Hawkins. "You can't tell any one's fortune by looking at his hands." , "I don't know about that. Tako Mrs. Newrich's hand, for instance. You can get an idea of her fortuno by estimating the vnluo of her diamond rings." ExA Cuxe In Captain Cadman Well, think over It, MNs Sharpe. You might do worse, you know. I ought to tell you that I have tho refusal of two or threo girls. Miss Sharpe What a capital way of putting it! I supposo you mean you've asked 'em, and they've all said "No," SO "If your baby .- -1 tc?I.irrleil Her. met that Miss Brilliant ul.o: i youvcroimco engau'ed to, nnd I t delighted with her. She'd a woman tunon.'C n thousand. blto i i noted in one of tho ".tiii mott liit;hly cultured women in society. "IinLcd i.ho is. And she has bo much Ytri should hno married char.'.i.'tsr. ::... in, 1 Your favorite Home Newspaper AM) . v;:-.- ::. The Lo.icliMfj Rejjulilican Family For only Paper of the United States, .J7, Cash in .Ulvancc her." Judge. Ho Was MttlslWil. Do you really think so? Why?" "She hss such wonderful self control. mrrwKi:s Sho could bt.ind any amount of abuse ew lorK without ever showing it.' LOUSVILLE and rtlEWPIIIS, Weekly. "Lb? WITH THE REPUBLICAN Oivc nil the news of Tovn, ('otinty ami State, ami in much National iii'iv :v any other paper ol it cln- -. Your home would he incomplete without it. change. AI She Saw It, r' mrn Ho Isn't it lovely here? Wo couldn't havochosen it better place for our honeymoon than this. She Xo. I was just thinking if I ever had another I'd have it here. Harper's Bazar. An Uil III lid IUnmrlc. Miss Cider (displaying her now gown) Now, tliis is a jieiiect copy of a dress of tho first empire. Miss Kittish You remember exactly how they looked, I suppose? Vogue. I'.tciieil Ui, She (crying) No doubt you think you would havo been happier if you had married soino ono else? Ho Yes, but you'd havo been happier, too, so I am revenged. Truth. A AVI.e (ilrl. Edwin Will your mother consent, do you think? Angelina Yes, I can fix that. papa to oppose, it. Tit-Bit- I'll get Uufnrtunutc, "Paletto is in haul luck," said ono ist to another. "How?" art- "He painted u picturo of tho grato in his room and got it so natural and lifelike that a new servant ho had threw a bcuttleful of coal through it and mined it." Tit-Bit- A Clum Day latitude, "What do you think Sister Luci.i mya about you, Jack?" "Don't know, I'm sure." "Well, sho bays that you'ro my Harvard souvenir siioon." "Hum! That's all right bo long na you don't put mo iu tho soup." Boston Beacon. Nut a rilrtutlon. A carload of passeugeis on tho Broadway cable lino coming down town recently were treated to n very amusing little- incident, which was heartily enjoyed by every person present except one. Just abovo Houston street a lady entered tho car and bat down near the dOQr in a seat vacated fcu;JJr.VXIL8e9 With Malice Aforethought. It. A. Koon Didn't yer guarantee dis yah watch fo' a yeah? Jeweler Yes, but not ngainst accidents. him. R. A. Koon Den yon gib me a new They were surprised, however, when one. I busted it ob.ih Sam Johnsiug's lie camo to them beforo ho had been two head, nn dat wa'n't no nccident, sail. I months in tho store, and bald: done hit a puhpose. , I guess I'll havo to "Well, Mr. A get through hero next Saturday night." Precaution. "Get through?" said his unployer. Syms Chicago presented tho freedom "Why, what's gono wrong?" of the city to tho Duke de Veragtta. The "Oh, nothing particular." resolutions were tendered on n solid gold you treated well?" "Aren't salver. "First rate, but I'll tell you just how Suij'les Who held the salver? it htrikes me. Up on tho farm wo uked Syms Ono of tho aldermen. to havo tho thrashing machine come once Smyles Who held the alderman? n year, and then wo tin allied for tluee Truth. days, and you'd better believe wo worked High finality. haul, but I tell you what I'vobcuihcie Guest (at tho exposition city) WhatI now seven weeks, and you've, thr.it-heeveryday! I guess I've got enough of it." Five dollars for this llttlo apology of a Ho went back to tho farm com inced room? Why, it doesn't hold moro than that a farmer's lifo has its compensa- a pint of air! Nativo (blandly) Yes, but then It Is tions. Youth's Companion. Chicago air. Boston Transcript. Tho l'olnt or View. .othlnu Hcrluui. Miss Syniplo Oh. Mr. Husky! Is it Guest Waiter! true that you ate iu '00 at Harvard? Do Garcon Yes, sir. tell mo if you know Mr. Fiesehmann in . "There's n fly in this soup." our "Oh, thought from your tone of voice Husky (who lost his voico last week saying "Good" to Frcsclniiaiin till the you had discovered n microlxj. Yon gave evening at a poker game) Yes, I know mo quito a turn." Detroit Tribune. him. Htr.nitfe. Miss Symplc Wo met him last sum We mer just bolero ho entered college. "I noticed a queer thing about tho dog were all to captivated by his winning faced boy," said tho ossified man at the dlino museum. ways! Husky Ho has them still. I lost $20 "What's that?" as'.:ed tho skeleton to him iu ono hand tho last time we dude. "Ho has bear hands," returned the played cards. Miss Symplc Mercy! Wasn't that a ossified mail, and tho skeleton dude laughed until ho fell apart. Harper's good deal? I Bazar. Husky Ho thought bo, no doubt. thought it it very bud one. Truth. A New Iteclpe. Little Dot (with chocolato Easter egg) A h.iBiit Ions Mother. Isn't this good? Where did it Llttlo Fannie's big bister Esmeralda como from? was entertaining Freddy Bondclipiier, Mamma Auutio Meadowland sent it ono of tho wealthy young men of Harlem, and thinking sho could get along to you. Little Dot I dess bho'B lieen feedln her without Faunio's assistanco sho putted hens on chocolato ico cream. Good the llttlo ono on tho head and said: "Come, little pet, it's timo your eyes News. were shut in sleep." Ho Know. , "Guess not!" said Fannie. "Mother Miss Wintcrbloom (visitinjr Mrs. Site told mo to keep my eyes open when you BOIl) What beautiful bilver you have, and Mr. Bondclipper wero together." atld SO heavy tool Texas Siftings. Willio Sllmson You'd think bO if you tototoit overirom tho neighbors. Wanted Tims. . York Herald. Dr. Jalap I am ablo to say that the patient is doing well, although sho has Ntullci. been unconscious for soino time. Gllter I sometimes fool that my monAnxious So much going on, and she know nothing about it, Great Scott! ey is a dead weight. fact will Skllter Yes. won't sho bo just awful when sho comes surely dlscourago But that verygirl from your best to herself?" Boston Transcript. ever attempting to throw you over. g Tit-Bit- s. t'lip-M- Conntry boys who aro inclined to think that lifo In cities is easy and comfortable compared with their daily toil in tho country aro apt to find themselves-mistakewhen they conio to town nnd bubject themselves to tho high pressure system of business establishments. An amusing examplo of this sort is related by a country exchange. A farmer's boy went to tho city, finding the work at homo rather tiresome, nnd obtained a bituatiou in a large "family Mipply" store, where a "nHi-inbusiness" was carried on. He "took hold" very well, and his employers liked does not thrive on fresh milk, boil it." "Oh, doctor, you ure too severe. not spank it?" Life. Why One word describes it "perfection." Wctcferto I)e Witt's Witch Hazel Salve, which cures obstinate sores, bunts, skin diseases and is a well known cure for piles. L. B. Hkan. i--ri PULLMAN BUFFET Sleeping Cars' ntOM AM) TO I.tl!ISVII.M.',Mi;tIl'IIIS,VM'K.Stlfl! lt.vroN itoHK.itnii m:voki,i:..t, Ih .llrinpllls. Wew York Weekly Tribune, Is n National Family Paper, imil (jive-- all the genera! news of the U. S. anil tlie world. It gives the event of foreign lamh in a nutshell. It lias separate Department foi The Kainily Circle, iintl our Young l'olks. Its Homo anil Society coliims cointiiainl the aiiiiiiration of wivta and tlauglilors. 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