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ViTr .T'jIJillini hpmi il l,i',i'i Oil. ,." -- c;4 ! -- toiawlwiJtllWtitMMP mmaairtw miii'pi 1t fTw i " " " i mi "'"- - , ti TllC .111(1 ltEPUHLIOAN the Cosmopoli- tan, a loading magazine, for only $2.00. JO, 3. iiQSSRS, The i'i:o(h:nsivi:i,ovi:. llY U'AHMAK.J HaET'FOBD OFFICIAL ORGAN OF IRE T) CONGRESSIONAL ', Iui Hm'UfiL.rGAN ourior-Journa- EPUBUCAN. DISTRICT, l and ( both ouo voar lor ly $1.75 TE&NSS1.25 Per on- PAW III IRE FOURTH him., In Adnnce. . VOL. VI. HAllTEORD, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1893. 'topical lrults tho lien Davis pumplclu nnd tho burglar proof Mother Hubbard puish. Tho zoology of New Jersey gives tho Ihiukiug miml much i think about, ami what is moro pleasing to the thinking mind thau to havo something to think about? Dr. C. C. Abbott bus catalogued many Uammals,asl(lo from tho mosquito which belong to Now Jersey. Among llieni aro seven species of bats, cxclusivo uf those found nt I ho clubs. Dr. Abbott naint's llvo varieties of moles, nyether of whom sing, howovcr; several varieties of shrews who do sing; tho wildcat, now very rate, a red ami n gray fox. Of tho mukUHduc then) aro tho Usher weasel or stoat, mink, otter nnd skuuk. Tho latter wings his way us far north in summer ns Weehawken, but ut autumn timo, when tho cream candy on tho rorncr of Park row nud Broadway has by reason of exposure turned to chocolate caramels,- when tho mnplo sugar from Now Orleans has been put back on tho shelves to wait for another spring and tho subsafrus has turned to gold, when tho boat bands put big green bags on their harps ami begin to sell chestnuts on tho street, when tho hand organ man wraps his cremonu and monkey iu rod flannel nud goes forth buying secondhand Imttlcs and rehabilitating hats, the jrhul thrill of tho skunk's night song is no longor heard iu New Jersey, but far to the buuthwurd, along tho banks of tho I'otomao, you will Hud him piercing tho gloom of tho November night with his satl but searching song. Tho woodchuck, dolphin and codfiuli nro nr.tives of New Jersey. Also tlis turkey buzzard, low necked clam and politician. People who think that tlit mosquito is tho only mammal of Now Jersey know Ilttlo of our fauna. Rider Haggard, who visited New Jersey iu his mind several years ago, said "At the kraal in Hohokus wo provided ourselves with a supply of biltong unti elephant giui, secured 20 or !'.0 natives untied with crescendoes mid sharp duo tlecimos and began to penetrate th jungle. Wo had not gouo ftir when om supply of biltong ran short, and ns w began to trek toward the interior ni) men liegan to fear that wo might iwrMi. At this timo my guubetuvr, Tippu Tib - NO. 4, J. thefo pfut-ca- , it " 'n tl Oft, - cC--. -- . .1 ffifc a ffl.' Curei toollmcfco'tn ono mlntito. It currs any lmmnllatcly-B- r. Qoltlen Keller. rentier's iain It curci corns and fclous, unit It also cure bronchitis and consumption, and Ins troulilo Is not to pet the cures, for th,y follow Its use ns surely as tlio day follows nljht It never disappoints but tho roal difficulty Is Low to tell of them without oxtltlnir tnerttlultty. And It Is not to l) wondered at, for thcro It a wldo chmra between ".i corn" and a "pulmonary consumption." Still It Is truo nnd Dr. Tenner has cot somehow to mako "tho pooplo" know It. Is Golden Kellef a "cura nil" 1 Well, not exactly. It Is known to cura one disease. It Is a veritable specific In It. Tim dlsnaso Is disIt curen It wherever foundl eases have Inflammation for thclrbaee. Ths list Is Ions. It Included corns nnd consumption. No Inflammation, no corn. N'o Inflammation, no consumption. Isn't this tho solution? No oplstrs or mlnenil lsuns In It. Bafo nnd certain. Never disappoints. Money refunded If satisfaction not cl en. Take a bottlo homo j , my veiy remember fair first love, Ami all that I toUl her was ttitn every word; It ii t inv lnvi! wn.t n .mvifcnrt tilt wlllir.S of a tlove. Ami ere she loved me,' in the di.v laii"e I lieanl The sweet voice of dear lllaitche; he was best ol them nil, And I keep her blest memory fresh in iny heart; llttt the roses orsumnicr must fade in the fall; Ah the night follows diy, so we met but to part. I ' Then Knnna and Isabella, Mary and Maine, Knelt in turn veie loved lightly; nud Agnes and May; My soifg every summer would bear n new mime Hut these like the olheis soon drifted away. And then eaine u season of sadness for me; A season in which far-awa- y I tried hard to I. i'Ally earned hymn uiw of In sny r art of the country, who I. wllllnir tun oik Inilui. Irlimily nt If iiplm limit ulhli ur furnltli. iiieiHliorl. light mul ilriinhl, mid inn run Im Hint rlk whatever. HNillt jou oul phiii.Ii-u-,idii ran ple tlio lnulmn n trial without ixh'io in flnrrir. I'or llio.f w iIiiiij in iln u little work, thU I tin- rrntidot mler Voii run work nil iliiy, or til tlmetmlng our. If )ou tire em., plot rd, uml lint a few l, ntr ImiiM nt our utlllte them, uml utl tn tnir incutiie, uur limine, Mill inn iniiriire it I nil lour, ill hfituutiiit on tliv t:irt nt lii riipidily nnd iste lir Mlilcli mint, ilollm i"hI,i'u itsrluiind liyout. Kvtll I ejilnlirri mi uui ..nl frunl Ihu none hiiir. Aur one ctn run t i tniim fi,l. You .liiiuld try iiuIMhk - until jou ,ir iur iiursrii mini jun cm i ni ine ihdiiicm vlikli Menilrr. No cutilul Vtoiiiiiiuir rin-- l wmkrri; nou.idi) liny tini'.v u inucli IiimiI.I Irr Hi nun. Ilii-IkoIikx, n. It Ii o uitl mliiplul to Hum Wriit nt r,tni mid pie for ji.ur.lf. AdJnt II. IIAI.l.inT .V CO., every hour hi ONE DOEXAR foiget The niaivelous fuusical voice of Mtuie eyes of ooean-lik- e And the I.izclte. llirts with K'en ns the gay candle-llthe flnnie; I pltiycd lotiud the hearts of maidens I knew; My song every season would have a new name, And others would fade from my mind like the dew, y Xow I look a mist, I I at the past us 'twere all in en- h'or my bosom's own queen is lrt throned on my knee; remember one name, one alone in' the list,. As I gac in the beautiful eyes of Marie. Illlt KM), t'l lll.lllll, Mfc HISTORIAN BILL iYE. HE WRITES OFSOUTH CAROLINA, NEW JERSEY AND SOCRATES. I cspjj--o mjsae 7nerpaM) Tho Illntory of u Culloiv lllrilllnc Tliutllm Ilvlilently Comu In mi IfntUurly J!nd. Suiiii'tliltii; Aliout llio I'lori. mul l'.suns cfNmJciKj, tali.!, and ill l'at.i ! f cniDuiincHcoiuluctcillor Mcotnmc Fcts. J Out Office is Oopositc U. 8.PTiNTOrnct Jnd rn iccurc (xitcm In lei J Hue tti.u IhOkcJj icmeiefrim Wsb nRlon. J ScnJ moiiel. dtuwwg or p iolo with derlp. t!cn. W'c o.le, if patentable or not, free of J till piUntlctccurcil. J ,thtcc. Our fee t A PaMpiIuct. 'lIowtoUbuinratc.nl," with J Jcoa of tniua In tbt U, S. and J cnt Itcc. Aililnu, !CireaM.andTrjde-Mii!.in- ICop) rlfflit, IKO, liy IMifar V. N) e. S. C Augur t. I am hero in .Sutith Carolina for a time to bou how tho now litpior law is carried out. Whcro I am it is carried out idopt evory day, together with from pixoroight grownup nipii who can no longer thinJt past it givon ioiut. l'C.A.SNOVV&GO. Off. Patjnt Ornct. C. Washincton. D. VV.V'VVW OWECSBORO for ho had struck thu spoor of a. Fulton iitai lot wagon. Hunger gavo t all energy, mid as wo continued to trek wet ward I could see that my men would make a desjierato struj."lo rather than dlo of starvation. "0'ieiiii)',' a small boobeyack of nalivi spoopju and giving each u me.isurefu! with a loaf of meallo cako and uu elephant's tongv.3 oil toast, together v. ilk tho sweetbread of n liippoiotiiiniis witt grccu peaj, our inu.i i ro i jou ready tc mnlw uu attack m Si .';oi, which also treking wer'w.n h tho crow flics. "It was not loir; till wo heard tin crushing of twigs in llio juii.;U end beforo wo camped that niht we hail bagged tbo entiro delivery wason, containing veal cntlcls, skun nnd ttnskun epls.shad, sirloins, teivderloins, llllets, rib roasts, spare ribj, soup bones, pig,' feet, oysters, spinach and other fauna of New Jersey, and having killed tho voracious drive! wo carried, hiiu.away to Itahwny to act in tho capacity of mystery for fnturi Jr., of Wiehnwkcn, gavou yelp of j; v.-.- WHCK Yl'U GC TO s. a - K8t?U j- i .?v z'rr - a?n, ""I'r.-- ti For the finest ami , ost ArtUtie Wor , ' dericq Si.t tlw i nn me or i'lIe. (ni37 ."nfirttf !('(. A ? raxsscusArziEi:, IT.OIT.KTV WATJUOir.m.V. ColdiCooithfcSor. Threat Cro3j.Infiu. .4, Whoojiinc Coub, BtotuhitU ssd Aithmn. A Cjrtiin cure for Comumptlon In flrit lUftt, ni oeee. iare nuei in savaecea (tii.s. uu Vo-will the t sc.llant effect sft.r tiklt the evirywbire. Laije Crit dom. Boll by It Cnttt it. tiltlt.WctoUsn dei.oo. dltrt 'wynd. Tomorrow I will go homo. To think that South Carolina, tho homo of a prowl people, n petrplo whoso governor onco oaid to tho governor of North Carolina tliat timo was dragging botween drinks; should now lo forced to drink out of tho governor! jug or not nt all is A Now York man who makes property TTaterniclons with waterproof lining b.s suppliitl WO.OOO to thli Mct ioiu Those wtiterinclons, I finiLaru liko u great rock iu n weary land. I havo written four times to Governor Tillman to intpiiro if ho would bo open on Sunday, but so far havo received no reply. At tho samo tiino leent him receipt for spoopju and tho option on uino acres of mint growing on my place. Muskrata camo out of tho river ol nights and ato my corn this year, nnd my shoes iiro worn nnd broken, and the sun is bid from mo ut times, but behind tho clouds there is low priced lining of coin silvor quoted lit 78 cents, for in the valley in iny North Carolina home, there nro niuo ncres of mint waving in the years." Though Mr. Haggard touches very lightly upon tho zoology of New Jersey, ono can seo that tho field i3 very wide indeed, and "with his African vocabulary nnd with u gallon or two of N6w Jersey spoopju I think I could write n very thrilling junglo tale, locating it within 10 miles of New York city. A hectic imagination, somo Congo words nnd tbt right brand of spoopju will mako the zoology of Now Jersey look liko Noah'i nrk in tho midst of n conflagration nt sea. P. S. I forgot to nanio tho spoopju ol New Jersey iu tho list of her zoological wonders. With it tho field is enlarged, nud ono cnu seo crocodiles with red stomachs and unicorns with purplo tnih so I am told. And now comes n noto from n little boy in tho public school of Lorillurd, a tobacco center in this state, inquiring about Socrates nnd how ho stood nthome nfter his name had becomo famous ovci tho then world. Socrates suffered as do most great men who return to their birthplaces and seek to impress their old neighbors. Going back to Athens, whero hi was called "Sock" even in his full meridian, is it strango that ho should havo felt down nt tho heel? I givo below a notico of his lecture, taken from tho Athenian Daily Aston-isher- , which, it is said, was followed by tho suicide of Socrates, May SO, 470 li. C. A rntlierlWit nudlcnco meandered Into nnd inltleil nroiind In tho annex of tho Acmpollt lust evening to listen to Socrates, whom i jia,o heard so highly prmken of. Certainly irom w hat 1ms been raid of Hock, vs'ieruilly b ourvllo contemporary, tho Athenian I'vcnlnv itubbcrHtnmn, wo had reason to bcllo. o thnl OM fock, tlm Child Wonder, would jiarnlyA' Alliens In three rounds wish luro Unuiklc. Suf.lco It to bay that tho nudlciice was TABLER'SPII C JINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES, A SURE known for IB years as tho BlF'r REMEDY FOR PILES. tnttni y Btciunpso) raiciii co st. ton. and CERTAIN OURK . i Scl?nllfio American nod. I hfcvo been making somo mathematical ctdculalions uftor visiting Kansas. Iowa, Maine, South Carolina and other states which elidm to havo throttled tho rani iMWcri mid find after covering FamiugM lirldgo with figures that Hie fn;o at.eil in evading tho law iu those raiso u middlo bized planet Ktites ww tiiilcit' in two becouds. But let ns pass on. 1 liiivo missed recently from my desk a Ihtrnry publication that cmno to mo all the. Gpiiiv. It was stnrfed not many niuathsnga with tho following salutatory: A callow lilttllliiK neetlet nmons ou, Itsun-tloliil wings ensrer for fllifUdcaiier to tlw in)steilesar tlio lirliilit, liiiilIcniioiy Mm) and levuliurtM Ilia iltvnmeilof beauties of of ill wldo, wldo w orld. YVliiapcrlnii faith and liopti In' each vocal brcntli, wlmt nhsll bo IU fate, 4utll It lulnt'le Itx Joyous carol with tho sulcy o.lors of its imtho urove.? Or will ypu ti iieiio-tru- nntl tlio Atlieulnti Hook and coiuj uiiy mid tho Corlnthhn Hii!rl No. 11 mo left to the tutto of iihout th( coiii.mny lent of tho nm. ex uf tho Acioiolli mid the prlnllntr. Si err lea In n prenlly overestlm.xtetl man. lis urifM fairly well, lint ns on orator ho ulvcs ns U l,lll.Ilt patu. Jn ilo l.r.t plicc, ha U an extremely idaln InAli. Ho U Imp eod, stnnp sliouldcred nnd luMIieailcd, v.lih "a mouth IIUo ustali In 1 lie il.ui." llnwltotcroccurrctl In him tolettuu-ii'i-i not uiulcMiuid. Jlomlaht well ImiuiII-lei- l tofriihtca Intemperato men b.ielc lutothe 1'iith t)f irctiluile, but ho cannot prunounco n lumesyrrc .it least ha doei not prono'iiieo It to ha irlu It ns wo hn-- been Oa Ills arrival In lown jiwlcrduy Socrnto lettitnu tho i:ui--t ir iho Ooilnlhlau Kqulrt cini.u, No. a und U b.iUl to havo litod the had been soaked iu a and complain to the management. 1IAKTFOUD.KY. tub, and my hair was a sight. Whit- Just as they got on the elevator the (OfHce, over Anderson's Hiiaar.) head waiter asked of George: I would ney had a bet with me that Will pracficc their profession in all "Did your crazy man get nil he tho be in Chicago on traveling men's day. n' courts of Ohio and ndjoiiiitigcoun-tie' After being taken in that way 1 was wanted sir? and court of Appeals. Special The rcmnk was over heard by Dick. attention given to criminal practieo glad to pay the bet, especially after I met my Fort Wayne man nt the Pal- He caught on like a flash. The boys and collections. mer House nnd sold hijn a nice bill went with him into the restraunt, where liontt! a dinner. They had a of goods. .Snaitli,-- . 1,' fJ.it ia(es . "Alter I saw what a good time the good laugh at his expense and he had Ililywuexp-ctetTili. I'oa nihlsteeorilof eitirfe,'.iitioi r - Ionia ho boys were having I decided to stay to set 'em up. t itn.i and ho therefore .Ji(,i Al Winter occupied a room at the I decided to have iloeiul m over a few days rank along llli intiloiif oui In 1st-but woiiad heard m murli about thlnCie levenge, too. It was a long weary World's Inn. Adjoining his room vo! t HAirn'OKD, KY. that tw lliln't, uiter a'l, we clan t pe"pl ''"l we tlio lentimentnf our inarch the boys had Tuesday in the slept John McGowan, and a traveling Will practice Ii is profession in Ohio, n it. Hint hocnilHH I a greatly man from Dctioit. As the niirhts nnil adjoining coiiutieH, uml court of I didn't join in because I parade. vulgar mini whute fatno .1U f.ido o'er Hie ro' Insnei-- agilill Special attention given to wanted to be fresh that .night to play were pretty hot, the door was left Appeal.-)Al went down into the city collections. Ollico cast hide ol' public :i trick on those fellows. I never in open. my life saw such a fagged-ou- t set as Thursday night, but McGowan, be- Bijunrc. they came into the hotel. They had ing tired, stayed in his room. He n. V. GUFFY. I). D. Kl NGO supper and were soon in their rooms, and his friend decided to play a joke Fun Willi I he lln.if. CrVLffsr 6S King-- , about one o'clock, when they were on Al. They got a eptatt ofsalt and s.vruiiAY's ni.Ai)i:. As the (hummer is the prince of sleeping away, resting their weary sprinkled itall over Al's bed. While story tellers, so 'is; lie the peer of bones. I sent a note to Whitney, tel- they were doing that the key clicked Will practice ill all courts of Ohii) prank players, from time immorial ling him to come to Welsh's room nt in the keyhole. It was too late lor once saying that, Welsh was sick und them to scamper into their own loom, and adjoining counties, Superior he has beer; given the palm lor jovial Court and Court of Appeals. C.olr ,jencrosily of heart and needed attention. I sent the same so they quietly slipped under the lections nud nil legal business attendfor being the author of witty sayings kind of a message to Welsh, telling bed. Al began to undress, talking to ed to. Office 32'J E. Market St. and harmless jokes. The thousands him to come to Whitney's room. Then himself all the while. He looked into the other room, and not seeing Hint crowded Chicago during the I sent a similar message to Billy FurR. K. WEDDING, ' drummer's week had many a gay and rows, Marvin Hall, Abe Smith, Clark them in, decided to let the light burn mirthful experience which enlivened Caldwell and every one who was en- until they came iu. Al turned down the World's Fair excursion. Ilrimltill gaged in giving me the razzlc. The the sheet,nnd the boys crawled to the Bkavj:r Dam, Ky. of news and sore with laughter, tile elevator had stopped running, and the other side lest they should be discovWill practice his profession ip. all s say there was a lively scur- ered. He went into the bed and lay-o- the courts of Ohio nnd adjoining host has straggled back iutotown, the salt. He jumped up with a' counties. Also Notary Public. writesourc,cyrcspoudeut in Cincinnati, rying up and down stairs of men only Whitney and Welsh howl. By this time the boys were the town 'whose drummers nreregard-c- d as tin cieam ol the profession. met on the stairway, nnd each thought from under the bed but lay next to it, M. HEAVfllN, Their funny experiences nntl thejokes. the other must be crazy. Like a flash crouched on the floor. Seeing what they saw that a joke had been played. had been done, Al liftetl the sheet that were played would fill a volume. and shook the salt on the other side One of the first drummers to return Doth of them slid into Whitney's JIARTFQRD, KY. wis Hilly Ilnldman, the dry goods room and slept in the sune bed. One of the bed to the floor. But the per Will practice his profession iu nil by one the other fellows came down petrators of the trick got it all over man. Over his left eye was a piece of the Courts of Ohio nnd adjoiniug r and - his left hand to the office to sec what really was the their hair and down their backs. In matter. As each came down stairs a second Al saw it all, and as the counties, nnd in tho Court of Aphad a bandage When asked if lu had peals. Special atteution given to the crowd, which got larger and larg- joke was on the other fellows, gave been in the war. he said; collections. Office over Williams & er nil tile time, set up a sho t that "them the yclling'laugh. "No sir, I have not. I'll tell ynu Bell's drug store. how it happened. T.ast Momliy I was shook the building to its foundations. Lane's medicines move the bowels 3 in I'eotia, when I receive'd a telegram You seo when one man got the laugh day. In order to be healthy he was only too eager to wait for the very is from one of my good, customers, who necessary. this lives in I;ort Wayne, telling me that next man to give him the laugh." ii Dick Drown and Angle Smith were if I would come to the Windy City he Ignorance of the merits of De Witt's would give IMV. his regular fall order. in Toledo, and they decided to run Little Karly Risers is a misfortune. I wasn't very busy at the time, and over to Chicago for a few days to see These little pills regulate the liver, cure headache, dyspepsia, bad breath, .ts it isn't very - l.Yr vjronr 1'coria to the drummers, As they had business constipation and bilhousness. Chicago, I packed my sa uplcs anl there they went to the Auditorium L. B. Bban took the run. I ,vircd the man in Hotel. There they met George Rolf, ttf u' care of the Great Northern Hotel, of Baltimore, who had thrown off all Coughing leads to Consumption. that I would get in about eleven care for a few days and was playing Kemp'sBalsam stops the cough at once o'clock, and told him to secure me a tricks on the boys. A little while be good room. The train arrived on fore dinner George went up to the ih:ia. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT August 14. Since the heavy rain time, and I went up to the hotel. As dining room, on the tenth floor, and 1 walked into the hotel cotridef who told the waiter that he would come up 011 last Friday, the crops have made a Is prepared to dt? all kinds of should I meet but lul Griffin and Sam with two men and to reserve them, a wonderful improvement. Dental work at reasonable prices Mr. Ii. M. Bennett and wife visited Wing, of Columbus. Thoy shook reat near the window, so they could hands and welcomed me. 1 told them take in the lake breeze. George said their brother Nases Bennett Sunday 0-I.that I had come OM a strictly business that the taller man (referring to Diqk at Pleasant Ridge, Miss Ivy Craig, Stanley, is the trip, nnd would not haw time for the Brown) was'crazy, and said no matter festivities. 1 told them who 1 was what the tall man asked for to bring guest of her grandparents, Mr. and looking for when they vounteered to I him nothing but soup, He said that Mrs. Isaac Craig. 1 Mrs. J, D. Chapman is visiting her thought the man would become violent if he take me up to his room. it very kind in thesn, nnd we all took had any meats, vegetables or pastry. mother Mrs. Fidelia Hoover. Mrs. G. W. Bennett is visiting The Leadiog Fhotograplier. the elevator to the eighth floor, where The waiter said that he would carry my customer w:ts supposed to be out instructions. Directly the trio friends at Stanley. Mrs. Iiliza Hatcher, of Henderson, waiting for me. Suddenly one of the came up George put Angie onto the Pictures In Erery Style and Site. boys gave a mysterious cough, and all joke. When they crossed the dining and Mrs. Warren Hipsley.of McLean, Old Pictures Copied and Enlarged the lights ni the' corrider went out. room the hestd waiter looked distrust-Th- e visited friends here Sunday. A SPECIALTY. door wasopened and I heard fully at Dick. Coining from the hot Mrs. Mary Brooks is on the sick 108J Main Street. ' what sounded like a hundred voices air below and striking the cool breeze lut. VmQ OWENSBORO, KY Mrs. Alva Calloway and little son, shouting my name nnd greeting me. Dick suddenly sneezed. The head My coat and hat wcie taken olTand I waiter, scared to death, jumped back Harlem, visited friends in the Point BEST II QC1UTT, last week. aosTisqumrrr. was ridden on a rail amidst a din and several feet. Miss Oma Ashley, of Barnetts a shouting, of which I have never j "What's the matter with that the cqttaK I saw that a huge, fernal fool?" asked Dick, unsuspicious- - Creek, visited her uncle and aunt, Mrs. James Ashley, last week. joke had been played on me. I tried No one said a woid. The order was Alexander David Westerfield, Hartto make myself heard, but my voice was drowned. SuJdcnly there came given for the first rourse, which was ford, visited friends here Sunday. Rev. Schell closed his series f a shower of water from above. I did soup and fish, but Dick said it was hot But meetings Sunday night at No Creek, not know whether I was getting a and he didn't want any soup. shampoo or whether it was raining the waiter brought it anyway, and ' .Your scribe visited Iriends in Hartand the rool was leaking I was no Dick thinking it was a mistake, ' ford one day last week. YEARS FOR May Flow isr. longer frigtened and took my duck- - thought he would eat it anyway. After Has led all Worm Remedies. 8, out Into thu tilglit before. Tho lecture was a ruluulicif what Socrntes htii lieftno written, mul Iho funny parts of It niiulot ho mtilletico soli llio r.eats louie, mul tho low, uui plank of thu senldloit ur pttnefjired lliej'il.cstirthlskuoekkiiqloldJur.de-i:Illu- r from Jlmwnhurat-by-tlKr- n. It I? said that Socrtitei ilclirvrcilncouiraof lectures tin Athenian art in one of Iho nro Incee prlzn beforo hocmnu here, and that hooflite-ilconsisting of u tct of dlnhrsuml thuiranioc.' Tlddle-de- Inks to nny ono w'm would to noliher absent nor tardy during tho initio course. After Mtinallltlcill-i'tK.lo- n tho fitio winnwntdeil to tho Jntillnrnf llinh-ill- . Tlio gcsiuresof tills gri..t I. an i nine )tttcr day iihout na limtr orfiifnfU'r ho got in-th! i Helf.nui! Ilioy ere aliout lint nrir'i liehltiil Ilia cntlro Iccttin, liin.,r(,i i.l . diirlnr h.n mudu iocrt(9uiiiltlte. i In. I a noluilily whU'l,)nn in- ! '.'Uihi bIn ili ml lo l:ln. Hi.iKi.iMi ' 1 I "' I'lid trllli-Ulunn- l i for bc mo of her lee J inc. Hisxalcvitn llllb Im thlr-ic- ' llinn lib !ci i " i IMS nit tttr, mul I.I i tnl.olliucMIJiiM't'i.ih ifi ..'i- - .u.iiot-- i la-- t M nljiixi.im in liituthulrotkrrrpijui.-.- ' lili ! ikfal.i tin rrtously nlv.l u lint I't early part of llioevenl.a.. t'i eiojo hi eiM wemuit lb ebrtrl!vm-sti- i rn 1 quit. Mruefc" it Ilttlo t luilf'.: if jmll-o- fatlmu-- , barrlns tlio publiu school, plcnil-ltliotuK It U intimated that ho wns n i that the order was given for the PROFESSIONAL GAUD. metis and vegetables. The other inen the water. Sudduily the rail on which got their dinners, but Dick got (moth Ed-win- . I was being ridden broke. 1'earing er plate or soup. I lie timing room that there might liavj been an acci- was rushed at the time and Dick conAT 14W.0 dent soiue one turned up the lights. cluding it was another mistake, sat and waited for the waiter to come I Who could sic but Tom Sinclair, ' HARTFORD, KY. Ike Welsh, Joel Whitney, Marvin back. The colored waiter was doubtiscnrctl to death nt what he thought Hall and a lot. of fellows from New less .I.N. It. UrlillnK. was a crazy man and didn't show up. Jns, H. (llemi. I stood tip York and Philadelphia. in my plight nud didn't say a woid. The boys finished their dinners and GLENN & WEDDING, .told Dick that they would go down My collar, the tie and shirt w'.ts iug iu good nature. I had traveled on a dirty road and did not object to Eowo ttttmSl LAWYERS Tames f'.l,il'..Itn J tiii-cr- , I , pun ' (T aw t - i l t 5-X.j- g attorneys ggt aw, good-natur- Attorney at Law, bell-boy- n half-dresse-- I. Lawyer I. court-plaste- mm . DENTIST;-.- X. 03XT ' .41 lf m J" m "m , j Ul id WORMS! VERMIFUGE 20 EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. 'WHITE'S CREAK' Vnvnt r nirniRpos nticmt to., bt. tons. BOLD EVEItYWHEItK. ImMMMWnMdiHM i.nrin our testimonials! tr-i.111 will cpinp.Ptcly destroy UiourMroforTOUACCO In from ntoftclap.. tuirm liuou inimv u 1111. vup u,utiri"iMicj wiwiiiui, uih itiHjwi iuljtui uiu (tanuuis Yoimuaruy Biojiainomugur cuuwiiiKiu aiuwuaya. 111 HILLChloride of rltauMe Hi 1111 , s , udahaktek a REMEMRCD nEanil invito tho cuke nCrflCFflDCII most carctul Investigation us to our responsibility und tlio morlts of our Tablets. T-?- e 2m Quarterly f?e3i8ter of Copln, Gold Tablets Perfectly 01 - SlnI PsrTcsr, . . . SOc Bossd Tslsmes, l,so t.M "SfflH? .nll.1 ' . 'K a . costtltont to seek rcfuno in tomo alien wood-larntlidio to wnrblo1 out its early ilcatlfluy, untoi l,'jori;ottcn nnd ulonc? ?9MBK iZJ II 1ssWJsssV0ilvW' TRAD! MARKS, DE8IQN PATINTS, a.m mm tot tnformstton nnd f rco Tr.nillvnnk irriio ta MUNN H CO.. uui iiiuiAiinai. Nnr Yorb. Oldett buru.u for ecvrtnn patutl. In America. jcrerr raieni mien otii vt u is Drought Dcrnro tbo pufjllo by a notice glreu Xreo of clurgs la tna Q e iPr MlXkM CyissFCAVBATS, finSv.lfltiT. tuvest clrealstlnn of any iclontlflo. paper In the . No gplondidlr world. 9Mfot tttxwi iiiniLrmiuu. Ihtelllirout man unould bo without It, Weoklr jtn iLtuiis monins. iuare4 ; l'uiiLuuuus, UUI liroadnay, Now Vorlc City. in ir: t"r from care or overwork wll! lie reltoved I r tnnlag; And thou troubled utlli nervoutneis ntnltraiR JTcurat'olo J?eraoiti bu trade uiark uuJ criuscit red line ourvrejuav Jtrotvn's Iron. IM tern, dcnuin' not. 1 onco know a enllow birdling liko thai, beforo its eyes were open, to hold its month ajar for worms nil day nt tho edge of its cunning 11 ttlo nest, nnd ouo fany while its eyes wero closod nnd its mouth open it largo nnd pizen yollow nnmn nlnntr nntl HhlllL' tho ulottU ivt tho callow birdling, nnd it nover sang Ally uiuiu. Avast thoro, birdling! Beo that your eyes nro open a good deal of tho tiino nnd your iilouth shut. OUyTod of South Mercenary, N. J. , letter and n schoolgirl nsks in hand if I would mind writing to her eomething of tho zoology of Now Jersey for her scrnpbook. j.Tuo.flora und fmum of Now Jersey aro well worthy tho attpntipnof tho ciireful iituilont. Slionot only leads tho Union In tho peach, pear and small fruit OliJ hopo Cii'i it bo that it has boon cast out? Dtirlncrtrestmciitpa'IetiUnronllotvod tlio ireo mo of Liquor or.Mor11 such iiinouginoy sum i omnium y givo mem up. liiiiit'j Wo fiend iurtlculari mill pamphlet of testimonials lrco,uuel shall uoui;tii (upiatu tuucrersirtnn nny 01 itir.u nnmitfiii cntuiniiiiicui won vuu persona iv uu uavuuccucurcu ny iiiuiihuui HlLla TAN LETS nro for salo liy nil rmsT-.ci.- . uniim-uat .OO per pncleugo. Il jour ilruxKls'tlocsuotlcecp them, rnclogo ns SI. 00 nniiwowui bciiu you, oy iciuru 1111111 npucKusnoi our 'Liulets. Wrllo your nanio nntl ntltlrcss plainly, nnelstnto wiictiier jauices uru iur iolucl-o- jiurpuiuu or Lliniorllntilt. 00 NOT I1B DECEIVED Into purchasing uny ui ,1111 Tiiniius uuuiruiiil, nmi nro iH inje ', rl j iniuri-ijxk iur Buu-- . nnn iurno j. ra iuku inner, lt Mauiifucturiel only by i j.-!- i. nmiHirpwHEss muvmM. habit coLntJ-"Muiiuiiuumujiju m J.U.UUJ UJ.1I JJ JJilJJlA uufciuiy ciiiiri. on luu jiure uliu tlio pitleat, ly tliouaoof our SPECIAL, FORMULA OOLD CURE TABLETS. A FEW tad klfh g.1,1 t'Mtt-.-i- Z r. FISHKR.SW . TlsursrTin utUV..!,!. ViiVhiftir ciVni Sa to d wlisooft. B. WIN&IP. fidito, JoisUiidS Utlo.. V A wfM, Itajlir Mi hlKlm puUlcittoi. Htul.l .11 i 'M '2I IK. .IIO Mllillt.ar l.rn.n..flnn m. - s Testimonials from persons who have boon cured by the use of Ualtmllj, Itlucs, N. V, FT lh. BMllr tail who will ,l,o Rc.lr. luUcrtptlool! tttelpl oj Iki ptlc. for Unci. corli laj touoj Tslumtl. Fonlfa SuUclftlooi, $ , ,.. Add, SCIIUKMAN, CocmU .. aZ!n&t. 1 ct ' u. cuhrcnt history, u. cctroit, mich., W . . - Kill's Tablets. 'fiaa... AT jjjjjj THE OHIO CHEMICAL CO, 61. S3 & 65 Opera Block, LIMA, OHIO. -- WALKINO a TIinOUOH : ' rAKTICDLAHS . Onto Chemical Co.: UEJ.il Sib: I havo been uslnir Your euro for tobacco habit, nuel found it would do wtmt you claim fur It. I usctl tea cents worth of tlio strongest clicwlnir tobacco a day. nnd irom one to tltu clcnrs: or I would suioko from ton to fortv nines of tobsceo. Have chewed veurs. und two iiackuircs nnd Htnnked for twontv-ilvof your Tublcts cured mo so I have no desire for it. U.MtUAllAflll', AATMIi:, WiVU. Donns Febiit. N. Y. TnE Onio CncuiCAL Co.i Oentlimem: Somo timo niro I sent fnr SI.IMl wnrth ,if vnur TnlilpLH forTntmeeo llabll. I received them nil rlerlit anil, although 1 was both a beuvv smoker and cuowor. they did tho work In less tbuu threo days. 1 cured. Truly yours, UATIIEW JOHNSON, I'.O. Box i5. " t imzap & TjnT'L" -vil rn a - If I f$KZ A PLESJT?!T IJr-V, 11111 FREE. tKW JHRSCY. tmbllc school and our browery during tho after-nooIlo was otVed to atldrru tho primary cJssses regard I ng school irork, w hlch ho did In rather n clumsy manner. Ilo then took tea s, willi our csteomctl fellow townsman, Mr, who lives back of tho I'arthenou, and a1iom aiinoiincomcnt rcgardlug his great closing out na!o of- full und winter clothing, hats, caps, tngsi, sandal, nntl general footwear may bo found elsewhere in this Issue. lio -.- -' b-- I'lTTSBURQU. l'A. Tor. OmnCnrMicAL Co.: 1ektlp.ucn: It RtTCs mo pleasure to sneak a uFnnl nt nrnlan fnr vnnr Tahlin. Mv son uuHBlromrkv addicted to tho use of 1 wusled to try yourTubfets. Ilo was n heavy and llauor.iiud .,... ,.... .. ..,, 4 ...... -- .. ... . , throuuli nfilend, aim i .. r.nH. lUlinUIll, HllilKtli, UU, (11, V USUI,. IUI 'l attliifu Im, hpiii. ilnvo lii. It nrfittr In tf-IBU.WUMlMHWHl.D.IWUi.M.MIi..i'0 not loucu liquor oi any biiiu. i imvu wiuii-- lour inuuiu uuiuru wii.ujjj nnd will Yours truly you, lu order to know mo euro was permanent. Mltf. JIELEN MOUIUSON. vmm&m f TiySli.S.'rlklti liVUWaJrMl'K. -- .!,' jt Q n uo:uentlimen: i our iaoicis nave poriormeuaniiracio in m; case, havo used uiurplilne, hypoderuilcuily, for seven years, and tiuvo boon cared by the uso of W. L. 1'J.UAl. two puckauvs of ) our Tublcts, nud without any effort on my part. .AelclrchH ull Urdoru to TllKOlIK" CHEMICAL RESPONSIM.E WANTCCI UGrNTS . ,,, H..IVI-.- .. picorwnicmwn iwi Iln wriuns . OlNCINKATI. OUIO. NEXT MORNINQ I 'I nRini MV COMPLiiXON I? I. iv t.trfr ft sen (rentlj on . ,1.. twh, Hx't I l';l")l,iHiUo huM.t MuliV v frun hrrU, au4 U rriniul I jreH'- - m , i, W AN3 MhUllKiilh .r Vl "v. an Wu ' .. m CO., THE OHIO CHEMICALLIMA. OHIO. BB Quern Blook. 1 i Bf. B3 and niriillitellltHteOi:.ai.ilf 'it.'itli,iiiiriuraililr(4i j.ih. i tHMllr Slrdltlil. Mur i VIUU V.UOtllltl Altl. .i - ' i uajJliiulf-nn'Kljrala- ULUT,.., f.1,,1. v. ., it . i . w ' 4 lint founts rjnon hej miccesfiil ' ..' s '?" ;. .'- -. " ..a, ,i 44 t it r . '.Ci jy'-A- : lSi a..' Vi. tn.id'.Ai.'. -- ,. , ' 'J i ,,r A- T- 5.- - - i,S, :,U&f' - - , I! - H' tt wnroh llio world for truth; We cull thu uooJ, ilia pure, the 1autlfu1, Persistent demands from RepubliIiom Kraxrslnncsnml from written ecroU, PUBUSIIKI) KVERY FRIDAY MORSINO. can Senators that the Senate do someFrom nil old flower Hold of the foul. And wrnrr srpker of the best thing more than fritter away its time Wo couie Luck laden from our qucat To lliul that nil tlie iire Mid waiting for the House to dispose of Eilitnr onil Proprietor JO. R. RtMlKRN, I In tho Hook our mothers read. the silver question have had the effect -- Whlttler. abjut tl illy meetings of of bringing FRIDAY, AUGUdT 2.'., 1803 the Senate committee on Finance A POTCT OF HONOR. It remains to be seen, however, Wn AKI5 AUTIIORI7.KU TO ANNOUNCE whether anything practical will come O. SLADE TAYLOR Tliero was n commotion in Scratch out of these meetings. In other words Gravel, Wy., on the morning of June Of the Cromwell Precinct, as n can. T..rt1. T m.a.1... ID?- !. whether a financial bill willbe report-- c didate for State Senator from the 8th I that will meet the views of a maeolclirlty, 1mA Wiled a tenderfoot from District, si.''jeu i the Senatorial Petitmylvauut, and there was naturally action of the Republican party. jority of the Senate and at the same eoinu cariosity, if not to say excitement, be ol such n nature as to meet time over tho nffnlr. Tho circumstances of , .1... 11 . .. IV.V To THIS VOTKUS Ol' OlII , MUHLKX-MUIA III! ''JI tho caso wero about like, this: Jack and the President's approval. Indiscreet .....i. III Illy l ......! and BuTMiu Countiim- j- I am a ukro next week or tuxt year, tho Pennsylvania!! were having a little friends of Mr. Cleveland nre adding candidate for Senator in the District Now is the accepted time, game of cards, when tho former noticed Being a composed of your counties. to the difficulty by stating it to be but n Might deception 011 tho part of Ms adRepublican, I will submit my claims Mr. Cleveland's intention to veto any the day of salvation. Do vou sec that versary in the wny of dealing himself to the Convention of that party. Soprecipice too feet high with rooks at from bill to which is attached any con0110 to four cards too many and liciting the support of all Republicbe a warnconcealing them in his coat sleeve. ditions to the repeal of the purchasing the bottom? That seems to ans in the Convention. I am, "Sleh proceedings are entirely foreign clause ol the Sherman law. If they ing to persons on top of precipices Yours truly, that they must not venture to close to the customs of this yer camp," finally K. D. Gui'i'v. really speak lor Mr. Cleveland he remarked Langworthy, and at tho same Hartford, Ky., June 29, 1893. would better luve left the extra ses- to the edge of the same, lor if they do time seat n pistol shot into tho "tender-fool's- " they will be killed if they should fill head. Tho ball passed diagonally sion uncalled. Wl! ARK AUTHORIZE!) TO ANNOUNCE among the rocks. Me thinks I sec through llio head from the haso of the The first bill passed by the Senate ZEBULON H. SHULTZ, left ear, and ranging downward madoa was one appropriating $300,000 for some one standing near the c Ige of final cntrauco into tho side, of a whisky Of the Sulphur Sprin s Precinct, as the cliff almost ready to fall and be barrel which stood In ono corner of tli the purchase of a site and the erection a candidate for the office ol School I speak a few room. Superintendent for Ohio county, subbuilding for the storage dashed to pieces. of a words to this person and try to git "You'll loso somo of yer whisky if you action of the Democratic ject tothe of the public records which now crowd party.' them to turn away before it is too don't regulate tho hole I've, just nimlo in the corridors of most of the departthat 'ore barrel," quietly remarked Jack ment building. It was passed with- late, but my words are put at defi- - I to tho proprietor of tho place, adding We are authori.ed to announce mice. The answer is, "I see no dan- - 'parenthetically, "and It's good liquor out a division. W. L. HAWKINS The general impression here is thai gcr. I can take care ol myself and , too." the ofOf Hartford, as a candidate for As for tho "tenderfoot" well, ho was " 15 re long the United Stntes gets what was most need not your warning fice of School Superintendent for Ohio that one goes so near tli.it they fall . dead. rudo law of Scratch Gravel took county, subject to the action of the lesired out ol the Behring Sea arbiTho Democratic party. tration, notwithstanding the main de- and their body is torn to pieces, their cognizance of this fact and also of tho cision was against us. Canadian blood is scattered on m my of the manner of his death, and Jack was arrested. A few weeks later ho was arTurn Hip Title sealers will be the only sufferers, and rocks. Hy niy side stands another raigned for the murder and pleaded N. Y. PRESS seems to take iu the surthat is but justice, as they alone have person that guilty. The judge scuti-uci-him to bo In the history of a nation, as in hurounding. This person says I was iu hanged. Then Jack tiiado a speech lor years stood in the way of an agreeman affairs, there arc periods when ment that would have made arbitration the same condition as that person that Among other things ho said: "1 killed tho man, I know, ami perhaps has just b.'en killed and it was your troubles accumulate and press heavily unnecessary. advice to that one that caused me to it's fair enough that I should die too. on all sides, when the future is dark Leastwiso I don't set up my judgment Senator Vest is said to have swotn beyond compare and when hope fades stop and turn Iiom the chasm befoic agin that of the court. Tho laws of a mighty Missouri oath of enmity to and despair takes possession of the it was too late. It is the same way Scratch Gravel should bo enforced, but Mr Cleveland because he lately said with regard to persons falling over jut now I'm sort o' sorry the enforceheart and mind. The nation that surof Vest: "Oh, a little patronage is all Tho ment is a vives such calamities is a superior nathe precipice into hell. Kind friend, one, and necessary. of it deal isisthathard tho worst all tho that Vest wants to make him vote all arc you too timid to ask jour friend roughness is not agin me alone oh, no, tion and the human being a man of right." The language was reported ' to turn from the chasm that will be not iigiu me, but Sally and tho twins. first quality. The adventof the Demto Vest and is snid to have been the ocratic party to power, March 4, 1893, ruin if they do not turn from it I don't earo for mysolf just as soon go cause of his speech attacking Mr. their marked the beginning of the most and be "saved while they have time, as not 1but when I think of tho twins 1 think, by mighty! Til havo to think Cleveland for the financial josition sudden change from industrial pros place and opportunity. "Go work in tell you 1 can't stand it. You mm tho taken in his message. my vineyard while it is yet twins tiro boys both boy and they are perity to industrial adversity ever There is more iu the continued de known in the economic history of any day for the night of death will soon a rattlin pair an no mistake. I idlers lay on the part of Speaker Crisp in anreckoned to come when no man can work." Go fcoiiiuthing nn tho twins 'mounting facountry. In extent and rapidity of iu tho world, but if their nouncing the House committee asforward iu the discharge ol jour duty ther is to bo hanged that settles it. action this industrial devastation signments than appears on the surface as christians nnd travelers to the What would the twins over amount to brings to miud the havoc of modern andjwhen thcatiiiouncements arc made 'warfare prosecuted with energy and judgment bar of God. There is a thin? Now, if I could go soiuo other 1.na. ...til 1...A .1!.a ...,...!.. work lor every per:son to perform. way, it wouldn't look so bud tho twins force by the aid of the most fearful ,1, might pull through but to bestrungup many students of the undercurrents ' , de1 011 cannot no my . . ., ., . nor neither like a common thief, and ingenious life and property - .... a weight ror instance, .ur. opnng' can I do your work.work all have our on them 'ere twins it would bokeep 'em ui pontics, No matter We stroying implements. that 'ml er's chances for again being made own work to do at the same time if down forever. So you seo it ain't for what the cause or causes, this panic chairman of the Ways and Maens Com I we will all help one another it light- - myself that care not fer mo and not of distrust and contraction has swept fer Sally so much, either, although I do mittee have steadily improved as the ens our burden to a great extent kinder like tho old gal but tho twins. country from the Pacific to the the doubt of any real action being taken There is one thing the most ol us fail t Well, it breaks 1110 nil up to think of Atlantic in an incredibly short space by the present House on the tariff has to do. and that is to have secret tirav- - leaving em, it noes tor a certain fact of time and thrown its shadows alike increased. Now, if Mr. Springer is er with Go 1. Go to some place where j Jedgc, when will tho performance take on every section of our broad domain. place'-- " again put at the head of that commit- . 110 eye can see and no car to hejr but Under its blighting effects private Tho unfortunate man was informed tee it will mean that little or nothing I'. S. Dcpnrfiiirut ol AKrlciiltiirc. God and there ask ilim from the infortunes have gone down, values have that tho 10th of July was the date fixed Weather and- - crop bulletin of the will be done with the tariff by that nermost part of our being fir such for his execution, and that ho should shrunk, corporations have gone to the Kentucky weather service for the week committee, as he is not a man of ac- blessing as we need; then I preparations to on after asking makepunctually so aslonot hand at that wall, banks have closed their doors, timo to delay the tion but one of great pretences being ending August 2 1st, 1S93. for ourselves we are taught to pray proceedings. solvent firms have sought refuge in The general weather conditition of to statesmanship about whit Gen. for our fellow-manot only for our "You see, Jack," said tho judge famil the hands of receivers, great financial past week rather unfavorably to McClelland was to war. On the oth- frinrlc Imf fill,- - nilitiilinj nlin l?if1inr iarly, "we ain't goin to bo mean enough institutions have resorted to extraor- the -- ' agricultural interest; and there seems er hand, if Mr. Wilson ol West Vir- mother, " "0t sister, neighbor! I ? i' dinary combinations in the hope of bother. . to be as much complaint as during ginia, is made chairman of the com- friend and associate you are all trav- - ' right not with an honorable man like stemming the almost resistless tide, it ain't fer any dislike fer jou or first week of this month, with ap- mittee it will mean that a Free Trade cling to an unknown wor'.d to us,1 but bad feeling that we're going to hang you, the people have taken alarm and the equally as much cause. tariff bill will be reported from the according to the words of divine drained the savings banks of their de- parently truth Jack, but it's tho law, you know, tho 1'iw. make It point The drouth at many points has be- committee at the earliest possible we are going to same posits, orders for fall and winter comother place than I Jnck, So you'll hand awhen of honor, to bo on tho time severe as before, while moment, as Wilson is a nervous enthis world to live alter death. There comes. modities have been stopped, and whole come about as the damaging results from it are prob- ergetic little man, crammed to the is but two places spoken o! in the For tho next week Jack staid about communities of wage earners have apparent. There are some neck with bookish free trade theories and that is Heaven and Hell. homo pretty much all tho timo. Occabeen discharged from mines, mills, ably more which he is anxious 'to see tried upon sionally some of his friends would drop places however which give encouragHeaven is the place ol eternal joy, in to nhk about his health mid tho health factories and workshops. ing reports; especially those where the people of the United States. bliss, happiness and where we shall of tho twins. Tho slightest mention of In the face of financial gloom and Senator Gorman, ofGa, has been :2th. inst., dwell with those ma le perfect iu the the latter would set his tongue in modespair the financiers, the business the rains of the nth, and d credited with being a blood of Christ that clcauselh from all tion, nnd somehow ho seemed to think men, the captains of industry, have were most abundant. The temperature during the first man, and yet he fathered a bill intro- sins. Hell is the place ol torment there wero no other children in tho world shown courage, determination and the worth talking about. dur-th- e duced in the Senate this week to susThey half of the week was excessive; made for those who ob;y not the laws highest order of patriotism. "They'll pull way ahead of their old latter half, deficient. Sunshine pend the ten per cent tax on State bank ofGol. lad in a few years," ho had often said. have risked their fortunes in efforts to currency for six months, a bill that durstem the current rapidly mnning was excessive. The cool nihts those wide plains, "Mnybo ono of 'em 'ill lw an auctioneer would, if a law, proDably cause more "O'er all one eternal extended or a bank president, and tho other a Shines day; against them. They have stood in ing latter part of the week, the exces- mischief steamboat captain who knows? Them than even the permanent There God the Son forever reigns, sive sunshine and dry northerly winds the ranks with angry and panic boy3 uro smart." repeal of that tax. Statesmen are And scatters night away." It was tho month of June. Wonderstricken men and women and pointed have been very conductive to the rap very few and far between on the Dem Whither ate you traveling, to Heav- fully bright tho sun shone, wonderfully out the folly of withdrawing money id drying of the soil and to the parchocratic side of the Senate. en, where you may live in peace and sweet tho birds sung, wonderfully gray from sound and well managed banks. ing up of vegatation. Senator Hill made his first bid for pleasure, or are you going to torment nnd baro and cold were tho distant littlerainfallduring There was very The)' have kept open their mills and mountains. It seemed to Jack that all southern support in 1896 when he to live after you leave ttii:. world. ' creation waa smiling over his misfortune factories until forced to close for want the week. A few light local showers introduced a bill Do your duty as fell jw travelers to nnd mocking him for a coward who was in the Senate this of orders. They have by their enter- fell on the 16th., 17th. and iSth., week for the repeal of the Federal the bar of God and as true men and afraid to die. prise forced a return of some gold to which were of considerable benefit to election laws. He had previously women and be not Ono evening, just a week prior to the as one of those crops, especially late corn and tobacco our shores, They have vigorously, introduced a resolution to confine timid disciples that fear to be laughed date fixed for his execution, ho seated himself on a bowlder near his cabin door earnestly, civilly and without display and gardens. It is evident that there will be a the legislation of the extra session to at by the devil's agents lor those that and took the twins in his arms. They of partisanship petitioned the Presimatters pertaining directly to the are not christians are the agents of the wero little fellows mid climbed all over dent, the Secretary of the Treasury considerable shortage in the corn finances devil. So forward in the discharge ot him. Ono of them got his little brown of the country. and Congress to take active steps to crop in this state. The percentage of around tho paternal Senator Dutler, ol South Carolina, your duty, fearing no evil foryou will arm grizzly hair aud beardneck and pulled much in differ tho with his chubturn the tide of calamity which bids shortage varying very has ofTered a resolution instructing come off more than conqucrcr by Him by lingers. Then looking into tho up fair to engulf the business interests of ent sections, Estimates from sections ho said where the drouth has been most se- the Senate committee on Finance to that has made you clean by His own turned fuco wasscr sorrowfully: the Nation. in your eyes, dad. "There's shortage at 50 percent report a blanket bill, proving for the grace, Labor has likewise acted heroically. vere place the What'yr matter' repeal of the purchasing clause of the "Oh, for a closer walk with GoJ, Jack put tho child down rather roughReduction of wages has been accept- and even greater but it is not likely A calm and heavenly frame; Sherman silver law, the free coinage ly, and remarking as ho brushed hie ed. Factories have gone on half time that many sections have suffered to upon the road, A light to shine eyes that tho "bugs war mighty trouble- ot silver at a ratio to be hereafter That leads me to the lamb." without a protest from the' employ- this extent. eoino that evening" he walked into the determined, and for the repeal ol The conditions of the tobacco crop Is this your sentiment, kind friend; ees, and thousands are daily joining the tax on state bank currency, the if so then beup nnd doing all that you house. 10th of July arrived. In the The the mournful army of the unemployed are very nearly the same as those of bill to be voted on not later than can for there is much work lor you to morning, quite early, Dill Drako, on old with the cherished hope that a few the corn crop. The cool nights and timo friend of Jack's, came to sea him. Aug. 22. Whatever may be done no do, such ns visiting the sick, doing weeks will bring about better times. sunny days have been conductive to "Seems likothar ought to bo some way such bill as that will ever passtheSen-ate- . what you can for the poor and needy, to get out of this," remarked Bill. Here and there the the cry has gone the rapid ripening of this crop, and provides for too much. It "I'd just as soon go," said Jock, half trying to make all feel that you are up for bread or work, and at such cutting has aleady begun in many Senator Lodge, of Massachusetts, "ef wasn't fer sections. Much tobacco has ripened their friend instead of a foe. A few apologetically, sec, I'veitsort o' bankedthe gatherings the socialistic spirit has on has come to the front unusually early words bl love and a few deeds ol twins. You naturally come to the front. The prematurely. fer for a new Senator, in his speech this kindness will often turn the heart of them twinsgood a long whilo. I reckon Pastures in some sections are very thar'U bo turnout at tho gull us, hundreds of thousands, however, week urging immediate action on stone into springs of everlasting life. Bill." suddenly emerging from a long period nearly dried up. In others much "You wouldn't slip nway, would you, financial matters has attracted, as it C, L. Mii.lkk. . of prosperity have not yet felt the benefit was derived from tuc rains Jack?" finally whispered Bill, with a last week, but more rain is generally deserved, much attention. He truly pinch of poverty. They are peaceaftrnngo light in his eyes. said: "What the people want above Jack reached for his revolver. ble and hopeful, and like the business needed. Branches and streams are UIMirilllOOK. is to see action some everything "1 don't want to shoot you, Bill," ho Aug, 22. Miss Minnie Kaird spent men of the country turn to the party drying up and consequently stock sort of action by Congress. If the laid fiercely, "but I'll do it, sur, if ye are beginning to lack forwater. Saturday and Sunday at Cromwell, repeat that Insult. Thought yo knew in power for some remedy to the country is to have free coinage let the Complaint is made that grasshopthe guest of Miss Lottie Sorrels. party which promised so much to the me hotter than that. I'm ashamed of country know it; if it is to have limpers are injuring the hemp. wage earner. J, L. Harnett returned to his home ye." ited coinage let the country know it, Sweet potatoes are fairly good. Will that remedy be given before it at Owcnsboro after 11 week's .stay "But yo don't understand raol" exand il there is to be an uncondition- here among friends and lelativcs, claimed Bill excitedly. "Listen! The is too late? At this critical moment I.ate Irish potatoes poor. al repeal of the Sherman act let the ye to bo hanged tho 10th P.eaches and grapes are reported to Mrs. Nora Spurrier and children, jedgo sentenced forgot to namo tho ycarl in the Nation's affair is there n statesof July, but ho country know it." Whitesville, are visiting her parents Tho 10th of July 10 years from now will man in the party responsible for the be rotting badly. Senator Hoar also made a strong A good rain would be of great benat this writing. do, or longer. Ho only said tho 10th of terrible vacillation and delay who and patriotic speech urging the SenO, R. Tinsley and wife, No Creek, Julyl" compiehetuls and is master of the sit- efit to the late crops, but the early ators to diop partisanship and deal "But ho meant today," said Jack, spent Sunday in this vicinity, the trembling iu every limb. uation? After delivering himself of a crops are too nearly matured to take with the money question intelligentguests of U. 15. Tinsley and family. message that did not do justice to the a reviving growth from the effects of "But ho didn't say it. You may suit ly. your own convenience about tho year, Mrs. Jo. Hi Rogers and two chilsubject directly treated, and which a rain. Warmer and fair weather is in pros. worked infinite mischief to the subject dren, Hartford, arc the guests of her Jack, fer yer own sake and fer tho sake Tim Timid of tho twius, skip." (the tariff) incidentally treated, the pect for the next day or two, with a Under the above heading we have mother, of this place. Thero was much disapjiointment that President left Washington and re- prospect for some rain at least before reference to persons who claim to be J. L. Anderson and family have re- afternoon among the citiiena of Scratch turned to his summer home. With the end of this week. the children of God, cleansed from turned to their home at Owensboro, Gravel when it was discovered that Search was mado of was S. P. Gresham, no steady, courageous hand and comtheir sins by the blood of Christ in after a week's visit here among rela- Jackcabin, gono.thero 'wero no signs of Ids Ass't. Weather Beaurcau Director. the free pardon of their sins, yet they tives. They were accompanied home Bally, Jackbut tho twins. They were brain at the helm legislaprehensive or tion has drifted into an uncertainty gono for good. are so timid that they will not let it by R. A. Anderson and two daughA Unfile for lllouil And now comes tho strangest part of that bewilders even the nearest friends Is what Hood's Sarsaparilla vigorous- be known that they belong to the ters, Misses Nettie atid Farnie, who this story. Tho 10th of July flvo years collective incapacity known as ly flights, and it is always victorious band that is traveling in that straight spent a few days iu that city. ol the later a gray old man, bent nearly douPresident and cabinent. Within a in expelling all the foul taints and and narrow way that leads to gloty The infant child of Charley Camp- ble, thniBt his shadowy form into tho week The Press has heard calls ema- giving the vital fluid the quality and and to God. There is another class bell, .of this place, departed this life pvesenco of the chief magistrate of nate from Democratio quarters for the quantity of perfect health. It cures of thosedisciples that seem to be good August iClh, after a long illness. We Scratch Gravel and demanded a hearing. Jack Langworthy," he said, "I calm wisdom of Harrison, the vast scrofula, salt rhcum,boils and all oth- christians, yet they never let it be sympathize with the family in this "and am havo come back according to I inexperience of Sherman.the infinite er troubles caused by impure blood. known to the outside world by their their irreparable loss. You see, the promise to bo hanged. If Madam. Rumor's right we will twins are dead both dead and Bally dustrial knowledge of McKinley and conversation in trying to persuade the Hood's Pills cure all liver ills a.w. have a wedding to report next week, she's gono to runaway with another the courageous determination of Reed. I Sent by mail on receipt of price by 0. sinner to turn from their sinful habits man, and now I've come back to meet WashWith such leaders as these at I. Hood & Co., Apothecaries, Lowell, and become the children of light. Do but none of the contracting parties tho requirements of tho law. Thero has ington with power to act, would the Mass. Daisy Drank. you see hat child playing by the will lie bfen snnio ilelavJUl admlt,Jut. Iwas the fear of the destruction of the American system of protection be pending? Would the Sherman law remain unrepealed? The Republican party is a party of courage and action. It is in touch with the labor and the industrial and financial integrity of the country. In such an emergency as the present the people could depend on its acting practically as a unit for the good of the country. Something would have been done. Something must be done. Two weeks have gone and the only legislation has been that allowing mileage to members for the extra session. Two weeks of precious time! Two weeks of great suspense! Two weeks filled with uncertainty in all branches of industrial trade! Two weeks in which hundreds ol thousands of anxious, careworn men have scanned the Washington telegrams for action and found only indifference, bickerings, crankism, cupidity and incapacity! Two weeks in which not one word of encouragement to those who are holding out, hoping against hope, has come from the party in power. In a short time the saving banks will be called upon to pay out their deposits unless public confidence is restored. The Bank Note hillwonld help in this nattc' i. direction if immediately to a law. A timely dccl.ir.itio.i i the tariff question would ielp m tun the tide and relieve the people. While obstinacy and ignorance reign at Washington there is l.ttle hope of cither. Words, even earnest nnd patriotic, seem of little avail in penetrating Democratic opaqueness. There are rumors that an army of 50,000 of the unemployed are on their way to Washington. There is no danger of this physical demonstration. Unlike Congressmen, the unemployed have no national Treasuary to tap for mile age and expenses. There is only one army that will call the present Congress to account, and that is the mighty army of American voters. Unfortunately a year or more must elapse before that army take the field again. Unless the next two weeks develop some patriotic action in Congress, the party in power and its responsible leaders will hear from that army in the Congressional elections of 1S94 in no unmistakable terms. The tide that swept the Democratic in will carry it out again in 1896, and the youngest of its statesmen will never live to see the return to power the men who betrayed their country in a serious period of its history. 1 -1 Hartford Republican bill to increase bank notes be in dan- ger of being talked to death? Would WASHINGTON. road side nmustng itself in different ways, ere long there comes a span of horses drawing a vehicle, the child sees the danger but heeds not the warning voice to step to one side to keep from being run over and being killed or crippled? Would you not try to get the child away from dinger? It is the same way in regard to christians working in the vineyard. Are you working in God's vineyard or arc you sitting idly by with your arms folded, saying a little more sleep and a little more .slumber act ing the part ol a timid disciple? The, Lord sava tn nil nl Ilia children "iro OUR MOTHER'S BOOK. l)ound to tiruicbuck soiiio time, and 1 IMPORTANT I 11111." ... k"-ll- v, to-da- Tho laws and customs of Scratch Gravel had changed somewhat sinco Feels departed tho place flvo years and ns tho affair in which ho was IntonMed wiih no longer a seiisalioh of tho day he was riinply told fo leavo tho town its soo:i ns iKiasllilc. He went at once, mid tho last seen of him alive ho was tramping slowly out of town with his face loward tho tetting sun, A little later in tho year, when tho chapparal bushes began to shed their leaves and tho vines that tumbled over the gray rocks wcro touched with frost, tho flohlesa friiino of a man was found suspended from a lock over u deep ravine. It was .lack Liuigwortliy. Falling to Hud mi executioner when ho wanted one, ho hud taken tho matter into his own hands mid hanged himself. J. M. Hoffman In (.'1i1vju' Inter Ocean. e, I will be at Rochester July the loth, to remain only ,n short time will be prepared todo oil kinds of Photograph work. I make a speciality of Cabinet Photos. I use the instantaneous process lor making baby pictures. You will find me located in an elegant A. I). Tavi.ok. Photograph Car. SEND tweve cents in postage stamps to 39 Corcoran lluilding, Washington, I) C, and you will receive Join copies ol Knte Fie d's Washington, containing matter of special interest. Give name and nddrcss, and while you saw this advertisement. iy . , llflttM' III III III. Well located, in llartiord. Statement of (lie Condition Apply 312 stu- - OF TH15 to II. 1 Taylor. The boat il tug houses for the dents nre nil 111 oiler. Beaver Dam OEPOSIT BANK A.t Hood's Cures tho Closo of Business Juuo 30,1893. . ( ? fire-pro- J I Up UKSOKUCKS. . $76,305.14 Notes nnd Hills Real Instate J.ooo 00 furniture and Fixtures . . . 1, 501 00 f.( jH Kxpen.M'.s paid Cash on hand aud iu H'ks . .17,417.55 ... $09,01717 I I MAIULITIES. Capital Stock Surplus Reserve Fund Intel est and Kxehangc Deposits $25,000 00 5,250.00 1,293.14 . 3,047.59 64,426.91 $00,017.07 . . ,' ' JOHN II. llARNi:S,C.siin:ii. Sworn and .subset ibcJ to before me Annie Of Auguita, L. Anset Ky. June 30, 1803. to-da- I I Our business continues to grow, ns will show, both iu magnitude aud prosperity. Two Stronger and Better tn F.very U'y. ye.u.s ago a deposit of $25,000; one ;rtj,ooo. "Ihvelifeamorotlinlpacil with Hood's year ago $45,000; Samparilla. 1 luxe tuflcrvd wltti tottrr brcalt-In- g This is due to the fact that ll e young out oa niy f.ioe nnd nil orr my tody nil my men are beginning to realize that it is life. I never could find an) thing to do It Rood until 1 brgau to Uko Hood's SariaiiarllU. I not the money made but the money hT0 now lisrd about cl;M bottle", and Oil, It li1 saved tint sets them up iu business. dose me so much good Uiat I liaio tho utinoit The man whujsaves each day aud puts at iuteiest fifty cents, will in fifty years be worth $58,000 Rich! We sire hero to assist the business faith In It and recommend It tn everyone. llcMJes purifying my blood, It hoi mads ins no much interests ot the county, and wc solicit stronger and better I do not feel Ilka tho lauis and appreciate the account of every person at all." An.nik Aumui, AuRuitit, Ky. easily, yet promptly and pushing, cntirptising individual or Hood's PIII9 act i BcltnUy, on the liver aud bowels. 2 So. linn IOIIXII HAKNKS.Casiiiku. Tet-With Hood's Saraaparllta-r- or and Blood Impurities Ur More Than Pleased Rowan Houihooks, C. O. C. C. Hy Suiii.uv Tavi.ok, D. C. the aliove .statement to-da- Hood's " Cures I I J J. 0. J. DTiLUAMS ' v I I ! I ... Ri-b- General - Blacksmith Beaver Dam, TSjy. All kinds of Repairing done on short notice and at most reasonable rates. HORSE-SHOEIN- G ' f ft level-heade- A SPECIALTY. Agent for the Kansas City Complete Circuit, All Steel, Mounted Hay Press, Disc Harrows, Osborne Mowers ' and Rakes. ' Com to Hartford -- TO SKB Till?- - t A' SPRING OPENING OF Field's car of Buggies just from the Davis Carriage Company. C. L. Ho will eave you MONEY by Buying from HIM. sell you a ,C i- Will fCO.OO ttuggy, Harness, Lap Duster aud Whip from Tho Davis Carriage Company has the reputation of building tho best Buggy for the money ot any Factory up to $75.00. iu Cincinnati. So come and judge for yourself, rir r.i - h ! IHm-lplr- $37.50 SOUTHERN QUEEN $37.50 is it possible a iop uuggy with bilver- plated Dash Rail, Scat Rail, Handlei, Hub Hands and Shaft Tips, for above price ; SS5 . T5 5 S Q o r - :4- - 2 r-- o 6 Write for our New 80 page Catalogue Acuircss . of all kinds of Vehldet. T! CINCINNATI, THE SOUTHERN BUGGY 00. - QKIO, U. S. A. tA - Ht$tOWM mtf0mmmtmimmt m mri-- , if tnn,a The College will boom next Mbit-da- M"'" J sasrsK uyMM ytmm Confidence Restored. The feeling of timidity that has proved so disastrous to commercial-ventures is sure to be at an end whenever OVERCOME UNCERTAINTY IS And the public allows itself to feel assured that it can once more ' trust mankind, . PERSONAL Miss Ada Baird is in Louisville. T. L. Griffin is on the sick list this week. W. C. Ashley, Stanley.was in town Tuesday. James Ashley, Bed a, was in town Tuesday. Miss Verdn Duke is visiting in Owensboro. B. D. Ringo is sick at his mother's ht Beaver Dam. Cal Fieldcn, ofColumbla, Tenn., is town this week. Walter Martin is visiting relatives in Caldwell county. Esqr. J. W. Turner, Buford, was in town Wednesday. Miss Sara Collins is visiting friends nt Sulphur Sdrings. W. P. Render, Point Pjcasant, was in town Wednesday. Nicholas Barrass, Tnylor Mines, called to sec us yesterday. Helm Walker, of Louisville, is visiting Master John Taylor. Miss Anna Schied, ol Cincinnati, is visiting the Misses Gucnther. of Caneyville, Dr. Nestor-Barnetis visiting his mother near town. WoodTinsley, of the Washington neighborhood, was in town yesterday. Miss Carrie Cox, of Stanley, is visiting her sister, Mrs. M. L. Heavnn. Rgv. J. R. Crawford, oT Owensboro, was in the city the first of the week. Out old friend, C. M. Colo, Sulphur Springs, called to see us Wednesday. Miss Mary Render, win has been quite sick for some time, is improvt, The old College bell will chime out next Monday, For Coal, you would do well to call on Cosebicr & Burton, l'or rigs and conveyance.lcave your orders with Casebier & Burton. Casebier & Burton will surely feed nnd care ior all stock left with them. If you don't sec what you want at Carson & Co.'s. call for it, they ways have it. al- Rev. Willis Smith will preach at C. P. Church Monday evening, Sept. 4th, 1893, the INTEffBITY OF nm is 1NW FULL VALUE C. B. Sullcugcr is having a bill of lumber sawed preparatory to building a fine frame tobacco barn on his farm just across the River from town. W. II. Williams has just received some of the celebrated SAPOLIO lor Meanwhile, owing to the unprecedented stringency in the mon-- " ey markets, cash is still cleansing tinware, knives and forks nnd wood ware, and is also used for all kinds of scrubbing. Judge Owen empanelled a special Grand Jury yesterday to investigate the Whittaker incest case, but on going to press we could learn nothing further. I,ast Sunday evening as Mrs. Mary Thomis was leaving her son's, Ellis Thomas, after a short call, she fell and dislocated her shoulder and hurt- mg herself seriously otherwise. Drs Miller and Pendleton were at once called in nnd cverythng was done that was possible to alleviate her suffering's. Mrs, Thomas is 76 years old and very feeble. The colored Camp Meeting at the Rev. Stone assisted by Revs. Haygood, Ross and Currie and the celebrated Evangelist, Mrs. Smith, closed last Sunday night. ' The attendance was large and the preaching good, and it is hoped that much good was accomplished. The meeting is being continued this week at the Methodist Church in Hayti. WORTH ITS Valuable and serviceable Goods that are on the shelves must be moved. The charge against him is incest. Tuesday his dnughtcrt who Is nuw iS years old, appeared before Esq Awtry nnd swore out n warrant ngaiust him for that crime She siid he lotted her to submit to him about three years ngo, and compcllcdher lo maintain their awful relations nil that time under threats of death, Lately he has bien saying that he would get rid of the rest of his family and take her away, where they could live unmolested. She was afraid that he meant to kill the rest of them, and this was what made her take her life in her hands nnd inform on him. To ndd horror to the story the girl says that in the last few months the old fiend has forced her to sell herself for money with which he bought food, clothing and whisky. She said she had rather die than live ns she hnd lived. Whittaker came from Tennessee a number of years ago nnd hns lived in vnrious parts ofthecounty. He moved to Horsj Branch two years ngo nnd lived there until he was arrested. He wns placed under guard as soon as he was nrrested, ns there were strong threats of a mob. He was taken to Hartford yesterday, put in jail and will be tried Monday before Judge Morton, unless the outraged citizens of Horse Branch takes care of him before. ft. A. II. l.xciirNlcin. Dan O'Riley, of Lcitchfield, informs THE DAKCR AND UNDERTAKEN. tVltlilnn Llotk if hoiiMK.oiirtonn'airtrio, Are ftores will Qtltfl up, nrnntii nnil i.c it, With nUin cmtfldu ihmlrlru huivrstnuuldo. That ftnntiiinmiKrolnit liuillifwntrrot Diif Htcire Iran filled nnd Imnoi-- i d by a baker With 11 Una nhmr of inko and broad baked brown. N'eitdourtnlilm, tbo fanciest front In town, Was the fine outnt of an undirtnkcr. For want of trade and sceklnit bettercloier, Ihcy moved their biKlncu bolh to other For tho com enlcnco of sons and daughters, People who cat or those whose eating Is over. On being questioned wh y young linn :i:nl woniuu tho young men nnd woman, middle nged, tho middle nged, old, und the old gone. I was thinking of all this wl.cn soinu ono culled my name. ! looked into u homely face, bright with u welcoming smlb. "Why. it's Sat ah." you knowed me, didn't yon? jursyou knowed mi,"niid Sary laughed, and wo looked into each other's face to Rio tho changes that wo knew must bo there. Then Sary stcpjinl back nnd drew n mnn, whom I hnd scarcely noticed, to her side. With n smllo nnd something of n blush sho said: "Oh, Aifter 10 quarters they moved away, Tbo baker said, "Few persons now lived thero." The undertaker said, with looks of care, "That not n death had ho In many n day." -- Edward 8. Creamer In Xow York Bun. SAIIY AND TOBE. FAIR BROS, ft CO., ' Thank their customers for the continued evidence of their faith in them, and beg leave to say that they propose to preserve their credit. In order to meet their obligations they must dispose of Even though they do so at a comprofplete sacrifice of hoped-fo- r its. They offer their entire line of Summer goods at Cost. Fair Ground, conducted by Mr. James F. Carson has taken chanrc ol the Hartlord House and will not duly maintain its reputation s as a Hotel, but will im-- ! prove it, and under his supervision the public will be well cared for. Mr. F. M. Westerfield, who has had charge ot the house for some time past, has bought the Milton Taylor farm just cast of town and will move there at once. first-clas- I I if.a.xir biros, co. as, -- PROPRIETORS- HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION. FRIDAY, AUGUST 2r. New Grocery. 1893. Trade nt the New Grocery. Fancy candie-- , a fresh lot at A. I) White's. I l'or milk shake and lemonade, go to W. II. Williiins. Finest and freshest groceries in the world nt Carbon & Co.'s. Ice (or sale at any time and any tf quantity, at Williams Hros. 3 Attention, TillalrcN! On Monday, August 2S, I will begin a visiting tour of the county lor the purpose of furnishing trustees the furniture re quired under the new school law. The trustees have lieen notified by mail of the date, and I hope to meet them lirntnutlv nt .nMi rittriitittiw tit Tli districts north of the crick will be visited first. Z. O. Kino, Resp'y. Agt. V. S. School Furniture Co. Nnw While the Harnett boys were hunting in the flats just north oi town last Friday they killed a rattlesnake in the bend of the River just below where the Ilerrcl shanty used to stand that was four feet eight inches long and had nine rattles, and on Saturday evening, near the Lake field, they killed another that was over five feet long that had fifteen rattles and measured thirteen inches around thebody. It was said by some of the oldcstcit-iren- s to be the largest snake killed in the county in forty years. We acknowledge receipt of invitation to attend the marriage oi Rev. J. R. Crawford, of Owensboro, to Miss Ada Baird, which will occur at the C P. Church at this place at 12:30, o'clock, on September the 5th, 1893. Rev. Crawford is a rising young minister and is pastor of the Fourth Street Presbyterian Church at Owensboro, Ky., a charge that any man might well be proud of, while Miss Baird is one ol Ohio county's brightest young ladies coming from one of the oldest and most respected families in the State; a sister-in-lato Gen. Sam E. Hill, of Lexington, and a sister to Col. C. T. Baird, of Louisville, and Dr. A. B. Baird, of this place. Their future is a very bright one. The KurunucAN extends congratulations. w The undersigned agent for John A. Reitz & Sons, will make a limited nt W. II. Williams, the new store. number of contracts for logs, and will Cigars and Tobacco always on hand i be in Hartford ns much as possible, at the famous A. I). White's Store. on Mondays nnd Saturdays ot each W. II. Moori:. Watermelons, musk melons, cheese week. I). White. and crackers on ice at A. W. H. Cates, a young man living Fresh Light Dread, Cheese and in the Manitou country, sometime Bologna Sausage at W, II. Williams. since placed two twenty dollar bills Some very fine ladies' summer in n drawer for safe keeping. Regoods nt'and liclow cost at Corson & cently he went to look for his money nnd found, that the mice had made Co.'s. a nest of his treasure. The bills were Johnny get jour Gun! And if you badly cut up and without thinking he havn't any, go to A. I). White and threw the whole into the yard. By get one. the advice and assistance of others lie All kinds of canned goods and picked up the pieces and has sent them goods that are not canned jat all at A. to Washington with the hope of having them recognized and replaced with I). White. new bills, It is thought that there is Oranges, Bananas, Lemons and all enough of the bills to be able to get kinds of fancy groceries constantly on them replaced. maiiisonvii.u: HUShand at W. II. Williams. TLER. docu cucumber pickles for 25c. l.x. us that the following rates have been secured for the old soldiers who wish to attend the National Encampment of the G A R. at Indianapolis, Ind. From Greenville and return, $6 75; from Central City and return, $6 75; ing, from Beaver Dam and return, $6.50; II, B. Taylor, Louisville, is visiting from Caneyville nnd return, $5.55; the familv ol W. H. Taylor, near from Lcitchfield and return, $5 10; from Big Clifty and return, $4 70; town. M. Barnctt and children from East View and return, $4.40. Mrs. James Arrangments have nlso been made are spending the week nt Sulphur so those wishing to attend the World's Springs. Fair can go from Indianapolis and Miss Kntie Coombes, nfterspending return for $3.65. days at the World's Fair re-- ! several turned Wednesday. I'lml mnl Amrrlriiii Architecture-It- n l'roinlxF. Miss Elva Morton left Tuesday for Prentis, where whe will spend several ioni: r.sTr.s dodd in m:iti:miierit.t-tkr'- s soothkrn. days visiting friends and relatives. The whole world of architects is S. Coleman have Dr. and Mrs. J. struggling in the maze of tradition returned from the Daviess County Asand complex molern demand, though sociation, after being absent a week. it must be admitted that our land is T. H. Aull, a former Ohio county marred by more and worse abortions boy but nowa prominent businessman than other modern countries; for the of Auburn, was in the city the first same Yankee instinct which begets of the week. lar gigantic structures is nothing loth Miss Emma Carson, one of Heflin's to extend its inventivcaberrations inmost popular young ladies, visited to the architectural field. the family of her uncle, Jas. F. CarIt is from such ignorant practitionson, at the Hartford House this week. ers, as well as from the more thoughtful but servile copyist.that we hope to ci.kak iu:.n. August 19. Health in thiscommu-nit- y be delivered by the new impulse the World's Fair buildings have given is good. the wife" of Joseph E. us, through the medium of genius Born to At Park, on August the 17th. a fine girl. allied to scholarly attainment. last it is believed, this handful who Jo is now among the happy men. Rev. Nelson filled his rcuhr ap- Are working in the right direction may prevail, and mark an era in the pointment here to-- ly. evolution of our architecture which Corn nnd tobacco are looking well. There was a calf slaughtered in this cannot be nn invention or ctcation of neighborhood recently which was on- one or several, but necessarily n slow ly three months old that weighed growth of accumalntive effort nnd pounds study. All writers on the subject one hundred and seventy-si- x net. The calf was the property of agree that, in this eclectic age, the best hope for modern styles is that George Kirk. Who can beat it? Bom to the wife of L C. Hoover, each nntion should develop from the historic style most in accord with its August the 7th, a girl. spirit nnd nature as evidenced by that of the period in its history when Its archiMarried nt the residence bride's father, Mr. J. L. Elmore to tecture seems instinct with life nnd meaning. Whether, at our present There will be Miss M. J. Park wedding on Clear Run soon stage of development, it is fair to determine any such point in America Success to all of them, is the wish of is a question, yet the present work of B. J. W. our best exponent would seem to be in harmony with the classic form ol befoie taking our only historic monuments, the old "I'm so nervous" Hood's Sarsaparilla. "I'm so well" Colonial structures, suggesting the calattir taking Hood's. Moral "Be pleasing probability of our being the led upon to link the sentiment of sure to get Hood's." past with the glories of the future. d er it NIIAVKIITOWX. On next Monday, the 2SII1 Inst., Hartford College will begin its fourteenth year. The school has been one of phenomenal success from its very beginning. Its fame as one of the most important and successful schools of learning has extended throughout n large extent ol country. The present year will be one of still greater pros terity. A large number of students areexpected next week and ample arrangements have been made by our citizens for theircomfortableboard-ing- . Irocrou. It don't matter what Congress and the banks may do, Carson & Co. want your produce at goal prices. Carson & Co. have all kinds of fur- Mailer. niture al the lowest prices ever known in the Giecn river country. We w m't wint for anything in the Fancy Grocer' Line now, as W, H. Williams always has them. Rev R A. Crowe will preach nt Parties indebted to us will please settle at once as we arc anxious to settle up our business. STRVKNS & COM.1N3. for Cantil You find nt my store the freshest line of staple and fancy groceries. A. D. WiHTB. WKHTF.KFinM. The crops in this vicinity are look ing well since the recent rains. Quite a number of people from this vicinity, together with your scribe, session attended the of the Daviess County Association which convened at Bethabrn, Daviess county, Ky. The session was an unusually interesting one .and an immense crowd was in attendance each day. The next meeting will be held with the Oak Grove Church, near Utica, Daviess county. Married, at the residence of the of the bride's father, J. A.. Park, Mr. J. L, Elmore to Miss Missouri Park. The groom is a young man of sterling integrity, and one of our best educators, while the bride is an exccellent young lady who stands high in local society. We extend to them our heartiest congratulations. Mrs, Loula Slrls nnd little daughter, Lillian, oi this place, arc visiting relatives in Owensboro, Miss Donnie Taylor, accompanied by your scribe, will visit relatives and friends at Reynolds Station this week. It Is not'yet known who will teach the school at this place. Some young teacher would do well to secure the school. Miss Sue Hiuton is very sick at . Div Jv n. this writing. Semi-Centennl- 4'nmp the Methodist Church in Hartford next Sunday at 11 a. and 7:30 111 p. in. W. II. Williams, successor to Stevens & Collins, wants your Eggs, Dutter, Chickens and Produce, for which he will pay the best price, either cash or goods. Give him a trial, 'a-. v v J. F. Carson, successor to F. M. "Westerfield, has charge of the Hartford House, and will accommodate his customers with the best on market. Good sample rooms furnished to traveling men While training a race horse at the Fair Fround, last Monday morning, Mr. Eugene Hargrave was thrown from the horse which run over him, bruising his left shoulder and otherwise injuring him. He was removed to the Hartford House and Dr. Dalrd called in who dressed the wounds and it is hoped that he will again, be out soon. , The Camp Meeting closed on last Sunday night, August the 20th. We had a grand and glorious time. At the close our audience was exceedingly large and good order prevailed. The Rev. H. T. Smith preached a sermon second to none. Her text was: "Never a man spake like this man." $108 waa collected during the meeting, clearing $43.52. The people all gave us good order, except a few of ur colored friends who jumped the fence and crawled through the cracks, Herewith we give their names to the public: Wade Park, D. Taylor, Joe Henry Parks, ElAwrdDukennd Crave Peyton. I hope by the time we have another meeting they will be able to pay their way in as gentleman should. Outside of these gentleman that we here give the names of, everything wect off nicely and ever' body enjoyed themselves.. Our meeting will continue through this week ajthe M. E. Church, conducted by Mrs Smith. x WKStBY FORKMAN, ' Merlin. Aug. 10. We are needing rain badly. V. M. Stewart is on the sick list. W. B. Tichenor and wife and Miss Tessie Tichenor, C. B. Shnver, S. A. Woodward and Hosea Shown attended the Association at Bethabra, Daviess county, last week, and report an enjoyable time. Miss Emma Westerfield, of Pleasant Ridge, spent last week with Miss Mary Dawson. Miss Mary Woodward spent last week with friends at Hartford and Sulphur Springs. Mr. Davis, of Todd county, was in town Monday. Miss Bettie Shaver spent last Saturday and Sunday with friends in Owensboro. A. S. Bennett, Misses Florence Davis and Eva Bennett spent Friday, Saturday and Sunday with relatives at Calhoon. Mrs. James Patent went to Grayson county last week to spend several weeks with relatives. Pizo Stewart, McHenry, was the guest of V. M, Stewart last week. Robert Webb and wife spent last Sunday in Beda, the guest of B. M. Bennett and family. George Hickey ol Adaburg, spent last Sunday in town, Ben Rally and wife and E G. Stewart and wife visited friends at Cromwell and Rosiue last Friday and Sat' urday. Wm. Carson, Beda, was in town Monday. Messrs. Dec Stewart and Reuben Leisure attended the camp meeting at Hartford Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Ward, of the No Creek neighborhood, was in town Saturday night and Sunday, visiting W. G. Bennett and farail , XliNIA. A Horrible t'nte. OWBNSnORO MKSSRNGKK. Field's Washington, A Distinction Without a Difference. Maude Did he marry her for her money? Leila No, for lwr futher's. Kate A Proviso. TMa fa the time of ear when wo Get out our trunks and don Our but ) tar's flannel suits tliat Is, If wo tan vet them on. Clothier and Furnisher. . thing's Rullway Safety Clock. Peter Long of Grcensburg, Pa., Is the patentee of ono of the most useful railway appliances of the age a railway signal time clock which accurately indicates tho time intervening between the passuge of trains. It is mounted similarly to a dauger signal, and the engineer can readily tell by simply glancing at tho dials the length of titno which has' elapsed Bineo tho preceding train passod that jioint. The clock runs regularly and indicates tho hours nnd minutes just as an onliuury'tiniepiece does, but an ingenious device and the titno marking upparntus throws tho minute hand back to IS at the time of the passing of each train. Then the hand moves forward in the regular way until tho ueit train thuuders past, when it Is again thrown back to 12. Should any ono train not bo followed by another for -- an hour or a longer period, then tho minute- hand will stop at A3 minutes nnd remain thero until a passing train nguln throws it back' to 12, where it will again begin its journey. Tho purpose of having the hand stop at 05 minutes is to show that at least that time has elapsed since a .train has passed that way, which is amply sufficient to indicate "clear track." St. Louis Republic - I A Wicked American Abroad. was onco in a village- - on the Welsh G. G V. W. ETO Wfc 7 J ' RitBV Gru'I'in, Tom Ruckbu. S. S. Tayior Nau Com. J Stonb, Pastor. Ohio county is likely to have a mob which will rid the' earth of one of the most detestable old beasts with which it was' ever afflicted, The victim of the indignation of the people Is nn old man riamd II. A, Whittikcr. coast. The Welsh, I have been informed, aro a sober peoplo, and so some of them may bo. A certain wicked traveler chanced to como that way. According to his own account he had "struck oil" in the western states of America and, possibly, ho had ''struck" some peculiar notions too. For a whole week he "stood Sam" at tho local hostelry to everybody who chose- to como and drink. For a whole week every soul in tho place, to all intents and purposes, was drunk all the mon, many of tho women and somo of the children. Th occasion offered, nnd they rose to it, They had never before enjoyed themselves so much in their lives tluit being their Idea of enjoyment. No doubt to this hour many ol thoso amusement seekers look back to that week as being tho most amusing week they ever spent. All tho Yeur Round. - Tor weeks thero had been no serious trouble in my school on Raccoon mountain. Tlio rulo against tho uso of tobacco was no longer resisted. Tho married people wcro learning well; so, too, woro tl'o "glass widowers and widows." The Il'tlo ones wcro moro lovable everyday. Ono morning, however, our peaco was disturbed by tho iiowh of a fight on tho way l.onio from school tho evening before, A dozen or moro wero implicated. By noon I hud n very correct account of tho adair. That afternoon I requested tho guilty ones to remain after school. Littlo groups of two, three or four stood around nnd discussed matters in 1 awestruck whispers. heard one or two little girls say: "Tho teacher tol Ilenry to stay. Did you know sho did?" "La, no, did sho? D'reckin Henry'U git n whoopin? Wouldn' that be awful fer a big boy lack Henry (ho was 24 years old) to be whooped? Sho can't Knecess In Hatching Sturgeon. whoop Ilenry. Ho's biggcr'n sho is." An important step in fish culturo has' When school was dismissed, half a recently been mado by tho United States dozen children In my room kept their commission of fisheries. Commissioner seats. As tho lino came down stairs some Marshall McDonald will bo ablo to demfour or fivo dropped out of it nnd took onstrate that tho artificial culture of the scats in tho rear of my room. I motionsturgeon is ns practicable as that of the ed them front and went out to seo tho shad or trout Tho sturgeon fishery prooff. rest duces n most Important export in its Somo went Hngeringly, glancing back caviare. It is one of tho most valuable through the window to whero the cul- of the const industries, and its present prits sat. condition seems to warrant all the efforts When I cnmolnto tho room, a funereal of scientific fish culture. In 1888 expergloom seemed to havo settled on the litiments in tho hatching of sturgeon wcro tlo group. I could imagine that it had corried on at Delaware City, Del., by tho settled thero, for I was confident commission, but they wero so little sucjust that before my entrance sundry winks cessful that until the present no further and smiles had been exchanged. efforts were deemed advisable. Sury Camp and Tobo Mullins wero the Tho results that have just been atprincipals; tho others woro simply accestained at tho samo locality by an assistsories. ant of tiro commission, Dr. Bashford, Sary was a thin, pug nosed girl, who dean of Columbia college, New York, looked old enough to havo had years of seem, however, to be most Important experience. Tobo was a freckle faced, In his trial experiment ho has employed cross eyed boy, perhaps two years older a floating hatching cose of his own dethan Sary. sign and has succeeded in hatching eev- -. "We'll hear from Tobo and Sarah first eral thousand young sturgeon. The 1 am sure Tobo will be gallant enough floating cases were filled with fertilized to allow Sarah to speak first Besides, eggs and moored in a strong, brackish if sho does, ho will havo the last word." current The eggs were hatched in M "I don' cyur," said Tobe. "But If 1 hours. New York Times. git the lais' word hit'll be the first time Keeping Still Half a MJnnte. Sury ever lemmo have hit" And ono of his cross eyes winked Blyly at the other There was no sound except the faint nnd regular tick of a watch. Otherwise as a titter went through tho room. "do on, Sarah. Tell all about this silence nnd gloom pervaded the elegantly trouble you nnd Tobo had on your way furnished drawing room. homo from school." In ono chair sat a beautiful girl, her "Well, I'll jtst tell yon heow hit wuz. lips tightly closed, her eyes staring straight beforo her and her every musAs a passel uv us wuz gwine homo evenin wo stopped jist t'other cle tense with a powerful effort of self side uv Mr. Milligin's on that rocky hill control. In another sat a young man to rest Wo all set deown, an wo wuz whoso face expressed seriousness but talkin, an ma an Tobe Mul- confidence. In his hand ho held an open all lins wuz a little peace off from tho watch, which he observed closely, only uv tun, an (hero Sary blushed) Tobe raising his eyes now and then to glance he tried to kiss me. I don't let no boy at the beautiful girl, who seemed to be kiss mo (swelling with conscious virtue), in such agony. Five seconds, 10, 15, 20 an 1 jist uped an hit him in the ineouth seconds passed. The position of neither 'ith his dinner bucket Tho led fell offn the young man nor beautiful girl had the bucket, un jist then Henry Taylor he changed. Suddenly her eyes gleamed come up an ho says, says he, 'Whnt's with n wild light; her bosom heaved; she matter,-Tobe?- ' clasped her hands convulsively. an he kicked Tobe's bucket led deown tho bluff.. "I must speak 1" burst from her blood"Tobe ho tuck and slapped Henry 'caze less lips. "Twenty-fou- r seconds," said tho young he kicked tho bucket led, an then Bob Taylor ho run up an kicked Tobe's man as he closed the watch and put it bucket an knocked it down the bluff. back into bis pocket "Yon lose the Tobe he picked up a rock an hit Bob, an ' caramels by six seconds exactly." He had bet on a sure thlng.'but she then tho balnnco uv tho Taylor boys an tho Joneses jincd in. Jist then Brother wot not Truth. Heury he como 'long an he says: 'Whnt's An EoergettojAmerlcan Girl. the matter hyur? Whut you all on Tobe Miss Jennie Young, the American girl fer?" who built a railroad to the extensive salt . "Thar wuzn't much fightinaifterthat I b'lieve tho Taylor boys th'owed some deposits she owns in Chihuahua, has received from the Mexican government a moro rocks too." Tobo was evidently very much pleased valuable concession in the form of a colothat Sary's story was so fuvorablo to him- privilege for tho establishment ofCoha-huilself, but when sho remarked by way of nies in the states of Chihuahua und Miss Young has gone toEngland conclusion: "Hit all started frum Tobo trjin to kiss me. If hit hadn't been fer to make arrangements for bringing over that, thare'd 'a' been nothin nv hit, an if several thousand English families to setyon whoop anybody Tobe he's tho one to tle upon the lands she has secured from the government whoop." Ho blurted out: "Sary Camp cussed." Pleading a Friend's Case. This remark was variously received. Tho Taylors and Joneses giggled. Sary An excuse so absurd as to put an courtroom in good humor was given uttered not a word, but every feature of her face, even to tho tip of her pug nose, not long ago beforo an English magistrate. A namo was called by tho usher, and her entire manner said plainly: "That beats mo." a voice answered, '"Ero!" and a man And Sary's brother Harry with a lamo leg stumped up to tho table said, "Well, that's the fust time I've and said tho defendant could not appear. "Why?" asked the magistrate. byurd Sary 'cused uv cussin sence she jincd tho church." "Well, your worship, ho's ill. He's Snry brightened at this and remarked werry bad indeed, sir." . with animation, "Yes, an I've had my "What's tho matter with him?" health a heap hotter sence I jined the "He's got a werry bad leg, sir." church." "What's tho matter with it?" Her simple faith moved me. It was "Well, your worspip, It's liko this 'ere. so like that of the woman of old who It's got wrong in tho j'ints, thought but'to touch the hem of his gar"Has he got rheumatism?" ment and be inado whole. "Well, sir, tuhv't that 'zackly. It's a "What did Sarah say, Tobe?" cork leg, und tho spring in the j'int 'as "Sho said, 'Dad blamo yon, yon liT , gone wrong." black devil."" The magistrate himself could not help "That hain't cussin," said Snry. "I joining in tho laughter which filled the byurd paw say that, au I axed him if hit court at tho absurdity of ono man with was cussin, and he said ' hit wuzn', an a disjointed leg pleading tho cause of a paw's a church member tbo." similarly afflicted friend and at the dole-"My pap hain't no church member, an ful tone in which he added: I axed him if hit wuz cussin, an he said "I do assuro your worship that it's course hit wnz," said Tobe. werry, werry bad, and he can't walk." Tho summons was held over until the "Hit ain't cussin, is hit?" said Sary, appealing to mo as tho court of last t. broken spring could be repaired, and the ' advocato stumped out of court with a Not caring to decide so important a suiilo on. his face and making a solid matter, I simply said, "It is certainly sound which proved that all his own not an expression that cither a lady or a "j'ints" wero in good working order. Youth's Companion. gentleman ought to use." Tobo was triumphant and Sary crestEconomy anil Men. fallen. Further inquiry brought out litAn esteemed correspondent takes issue tlo that was new on either side. After with a recent commont on tho deficiency admonitions on my part and good promof humor among women, ns evidenced ises on tho part of the children wo set they aro raruly seen buyout for homo together. Our road was by tho fact that on tho railway trains. ing funny the samo for 100 yards perhaps; then the "Don't youpaperd know," writes this protestchildren went up tho mountain, and I friend, "10 cents seem to rood ing suburban went down. I stood still in the a woman n good deal to spend for a few and watched them until a turn hid them moments, while to men, who are confrom view. The last glimpse I had of stantly throwing dimes and more away them they were waving hats and on cigars, drinks and tho like, the sum is nt mo. of no value." o That ovcnlng I sat alone on tho To which may be added the remark until tho shadows darkened heard not long ago of n man who is posround mo, and tho freshening wind of sessed of what might bo called average the twilight brought sweet odors from habits in the matter of drinking aud many n flower. I was building air cas- smoking. tles, aud, ns is the habit of mothers and In that moment of genial lutpspectlon teachers, thoy wero peopled with other which not infrequently assails a man forms and faces than my own. after a gloss or two of wino 'and in the For moro than 10 years I did not seo enveloping clouds of a good cigar he Raccoon mountain, though every year, was discussing with tho partner of his eiecially in tho spring nnd summer, my joys and sorrows the merits and demerheart was sick for tho sight of it, its its ot his manner of life. trees, its flowers, its cliffs, and with but "Yon are quito right, my dear," he rea breath of wild honeysuckle thero camo plied, as his wife finished a little homily among the pines, ou the injustice of her trying to savo SO the rnusio of tho wind tho tinkling of cowbells and the notes of cents on the quality of tho children's unthe schoolbell mingling with childish derwear while he tossed away a dollar langhter. The desire grey upon mo a day in dimes and nickels for things year by year, and when last summer I that did him no good. "You are quito , stood among well romembered scenes on right It's my change pocket that keeps Raccoon mouutaln I felt I was homo us hard up all tho time." New York again. It is true tho babies I had known Times. were boys und jjirlfii tho Ijoys and girls. yis-terdbal-ana. en-ti- ro Of courso it is." Tho cross eyes wero tho samo, though the hair was somowhnt darker. As I looked nt Sary and Tobo tho years fell away from us, nnd wo wcro back in tho littlo schoolhouso on the mountain onco more. Tho stirring of a tiny bundle In Tobo's arms brought us nil back. As I took tho littlo atom of humanity in my arms I knew that I was looking down in tho face of tho most wonderful baby that ever existed, although its noso was a decided pug nnd' its eyes slightly nt cross purposes. Sary nnd Tobe wntched it with prldo ns it blinked nt mo wisely nnd took its fist out of its mouth to coo at me. Sary nnd Tobe, with tnnny others, came to tho littlo station to seo me oft when 1 left Raccoon mountain. As I stood on tho platform of tho rear car, and old friends waved their adieus, my eyes wero misty. When my vision cleared, I saw Sary nnd Tobe climbing the mountain together, and Tobo was carrying tho baby. Then I remembered tho air castles I had built as I sat on tho mountain 10 years before. Fnir castles they wore, but not so fnir as the one Sary and MarTobe hnd bnilt for themselves. garet McLaughlin in Cincinnati Post "This Is" "This is Tobe. . --.! sir' ' ' .! '1 Among-Wome- n ts tnoun-tainsid- 1 yj rl el ! ..je vn -- r: ! '4 Ah ' J. I Kk ij CSS fvy it ,vi isg.'gMf&i.ti Av vw-WA- f i, t .Mtttfi .. Vh v. n MI-UWl- Mn 1 didn't in the hat. know where complete success li Ability to do her w John wart work satisfactorily, and n sense ol ME "John mid I didn't seem adapted to honor in fulfilling her promises. If ""J?f If the loe.illt.v somehow. If our funds she cubages to do a piece of work, or AOOUoT 2fi, lS'J'J Fit! DAY, I hud held out, wc might have got our go to a certain place, or undeitake a We had to quit. commission of nny sort, she must j city under headway. THE DUDE'S HAT. He got money from home and left me not play fast and loose, with her word. j sonowftilly and struck for Gotham. I People must know positively that she Wasn't Up to Shakedown sent home lor money. I am glad to can be depended upon, unless preOne reason why Scott's Emulsion of Pure No Jones' Standard, say that I got It. Boston never look- vented by some matter of life "and Nvegian Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphitus of Lim-an- d ed so inviting to me as it does this death. Soda has had such a large sale is because, it is Nolle I'llleil I t'llllol lltllli'l Unlet mill summer. You don't know, do you, A sewing-womaciiteriiign houseI nl roil n ml Ihr Young I'cltou In it "Almost as palatable as .milk;" but the best reason is where a fellow can get a job? I ain't hold lor days or weeks, and going Men' Jli'xlco Noinlirrro-lloMo- ri' that its curative properties are unequalled. It cures Ihr rtotc.ilir nil ihp Wny particular as to wages. I just want thence to a neighboring household, it ju$t Irom Itoilini unit umhOIii I rffif something that will keep me from needs to be a person of refinement, a 1 the cough, supplier the waste of tissues, produces 'ct llnrk I'iioiikIi In lY v-r- CJ U wfyat e claims for ft? Wlirrp lie Could IJrl j starving and give me a clean pl.ice to person w.th nice and fastidious nollesh and builds up the entire sj stein. m Soap 'M n Another. sleep." tions of right and wrong To retail STTItlUV II..I)i:. Roott's L'muMn-.- i curcj Oouaho, Grocerforit, A,k bits of gossip. to lepeat fragment nf .I'nrly llnrrt-- 11 lln.v. Colds, Concur.intlcn, ?craiula, "I have been engaged," says a ro Harris & Huqiio, I'rin, Tcnn , man- ..'ouvcisation carried on in her presand all Annomlo and Wasting apd op paying it. turned Iioston man, "hi the work of ufacturers of the celebrated Kriii lime, ence, to do anything unworthy a true ! Dlsoaao8. Proventu wasting In trying to build up a new country in ' ohlldron. Almo.i i. pulsitniilu us say they have great faith in Drum gentlewoman, is as much beneath THE SOAP MADE milk. Get only llir rrrrmlnc. the southwest. It was in New Mexi' by Scott & IIowmp, Chemists, Now niond's Lightning Remedy for Rheu- her dignity as beneath that of every ' fOR ALL HOUSEHOLD PURPOSES. co, and John and I went out there York. Bold by all I)tugUtJ. matism. One of their principal coop-er- s other woman who has n genuine filled with an ambition to grow up was laid up with Rheuin.itisin tin- MADE ONLY BY with some wild locality and help r.Amr.s make it a city. We thought that per- til induced to take Drttnimoiid.s Tin- - 'linles. NutiM'i-lplioi- i Inn. Hccillnf u tonic or children that uant tiulhllng The sailor hat has come to stav haps in two or three years we might Lightning Remedy. Alter taking two The cour'.s have decided that the ip, slimilil tnVo limVWN'N lltO. IIITTI'IU-- . bottles he went to work, and has The Eton idea tuns into all grades tallowing is the law as applies to be in the legislature, and the next cun Itii I'raMtit ul.c,All JlaUrJn, In.llget Uoii.nwt nillutiMHf. It itcn'ers When since been making Forty Barrels a of fabric: and for all occasions, from newspapers year in congress, perhaps. Atchison day. If your druggist has not this the simple serge suit to the most sup- -' 1. we struck the station on the Subscribers who do not give ex remedy, write to Drumniond Medi- erb brocade, these jacket and Santa lfe, which was to be our nonts ate in press notice to the contrary are con- - i.u;i.4 11,1,1:. sr. 1.0 1' is .1 ti:x. it. it cine Co., Maiden Lane, Xew favor, sideied as wishing to renew their point of departure for the city wc 'jiiiifilli, Si, Lnii York, and they will send you full mi litoij, The rage for jet seems never to have sub.sciiptioiis. in life, everything was were to start 1v& hi'h''t-trparticulars. Agents wanted. run to greater extiemes than at prcs-,enII rubscribets order the disconSaloons were 2 at high pressure. K'HKIiri.K IN KITIXT NOV. I, tsil. Fine jet trimmings are used on tinuance of their periodical, the pubNn.ftl, .Vi,.1, crowded and cowboys, gamblers.mur-derer- s Xollcc. v:iTiuii'.M, I mil). IMII). and thieves comprised the The People's Party of the 8th Sen- handsome suits of silk, s itin and vel- lisher nny continue to scud their l.r. 7 15 u. in. (.23 , in. Of course 1 atorial District of Kentucky will meet vet. principal inhabitants, until all nrrcntaj-eare paid. piper ttVt I'nliil Mil 11. in. 7..1I . 111. A new blouse has yoke an.l sleeves llmiiilrtiN.r 0.17 a. m. 8.H7 . in. ,. If subscribers neglect or refuse was dressed rather foppishly, and as in convention at Rockport.Ohio counIn in toii !M h. in. S .17 (i. 111. lace striped grenadine; tlu bo.lv, to take their periodical:', from the I walked around the town I noticed a ty, on Friday the 2d day ol Septem- of lu.il . in. iup. m, which is shirred into a yoke, is of P'istoflico to which they arc diiccted good many ol the cowboys ga.ed at ber, 1S93, for the purpose of nominaturt IMG p. in. 111. Ctovrri IIiiwcTlllr 11.11 111, 10 in p. in, me in a peculiar manner, and some of ing a candidate for the Senate ol Ken- plain grenadine nutching the ground they are responsible until they have !. iTrl I11.11 p. in. 1. in. .'c'.tlcd their bills and ordeied litem them would haul their big jcvolvcrs tucky. Muhlenberg and Hntlerooun-tie- s of the striped goods. M: IR P.m. 11:11 Out i,l.,ro Kin. The latest things for underskirts is discontinued out of their holsters in a suggestive Sp'.tlalllll ."I p. in. ll.Mp in, will please send delegates Done Vl. Ill It'll they by order of the Mass Convention of the Japanese material called aw.a 'I'. I .".Mil. III. If subscribers ittcvc to other! .). way. I found out afterward that Nn.W, No.M, were fairly praying for sonic nxcti.se the People's Party of Ohio county cloth. It comes .chiefly in while, al- places without informing the pub- - I r..wr iiof.vn. I'ul). ,iiy to fill mc full ol bullets. John and I held at Hartford on Monday, August most covered with dark blue figures. lishcr, an.l the papers ate sent to the I.. IIrn'lip-'M-i 7 IS n. 111. .1. Si, in It has almost no perceptible weight, former addicts, they are held respoti-- J because wc hap- 7, 1S93. Mmtlavllliboth wore silk hats, 717 n. in. J .17 p, til. liv.s Xuwton', Cli'm'n. S S7 "i. in, Opposite City Swile'i. I a', p Owri.Vri' .'.. t)ItlVi:U, .Mannj-i-rand washes well, bit is mat be.autilul. siblc in. pened to have them when we left Xew W. O. Fi'i.kiihson, Sec'y. I.ew '.' W a. in, Slii p. in Wt.do work as cheap as uiiyhidy, ijuality coiimiIckiI. The short skirt for ,the street is IJepniniig niul York, and we thought that they were 5. The courts have decided the re- ltnvn ftVlllt' . m, ,'..1.1 p. in P.3.ln il ineproiiipiiy. again a settled fact, and there are fusing to take periodicals Irom the-- of- (live a call. . m. L'l'. Cnwwtt too good to throw away, which they ltl'dtilKh I KO.M J.M p. If you can afford to be annoyed lu.li) . Ill, Sl.;l,f r models for informal ljp. in, wear, fice or removing and leaving then do in the far west, in the event of our headache and constipation, don't Irrlntfnn II. "in. 111, 7 p.m. having a dress occasion. I was seated use Dc Witt's Little Early Risers for useful dresses and shopping costumes uncalled fur. is prima facie evidence Hnui'lt'iiliiir)! Ili'.-'fin. 7.11 p. in Wi- -I I'onil M p. in. c - p. in, that are so short that thev are almost of inteuticiial fraud. on a box in iront of a store waiting hey will cure them. L. II.'UrjAN'. r. I.oiihville i.ii' p. in, aw p.m. out ol danger of contact with the mit 6. II subscribers pay in advance for John to come out, when I was -of the streets. feeling of they ate bound to gie notice at the Tnlii No. 61 an.l Nw. il nuki mnr.n lion M v. aroused by a very decided On Tln Cnliirky liny. Irlnaloii(S,ia.lij cviptr.li ilh Irani uti l.oul. -Sleeves have more fullness at the end of the time il they do not wish tIIIp, IIUOOKI.VN STANDARD UNION. terror as though something awful lUrlliiftinri- - 1 Wivi.tu i:. I!., ,.i al "ffljjynHSrSa Mayflower landed on Friday. elbows than at the shoulders t lanital. Some to continue taking it; otheiwisc the was about to happen, and that the I'nr lurllirr i rnnlio'i, n.l lnip II. C, JSOIillt l,i.rn. IVrAn'1. of the most a linired dresses have publisher is authorize! to Send it and Hastilc was burned on Friday. frightful tragedy . principal actor in the r r 'V M 'in I.il fillo, Bishop sleeves with fitted cuff, butMoscow was burned on Friday, the ubrilicr will be rcrouMb!e unwould be mvsell. toned all the way u; and elaborately til aa express notice with piyiuent Washington was born on Friday. Hit, i "I opened 1113' eyes. I saw an enorSTOPPED FREE Shakespeare was born on Friday. trimmel with embroidery, braiding far nil arrearages is sent 1 the pubmous pair of boots. In them there Yi nX jn IVon$ Keslor,' J America was discovered on Friday. or passementerie. lisher was a man about six feet four inches CHEAT K &V m,! It is not quite the fashion just now Lincoln was assassinated 0:1 FriThe l.i'tbt post'il liws are such that &in height. His canvas trousers were -' to wear the hair low iu the neck, tint news-iapeday. publisheis can arret t any boot-legand I could stuck into the " ',.' . Sr''"'.,...-,- , Tr ,m .1ii4 f, .,. . ft frfeu Queen Yictorio was married on Fri- it is not a becoming style, and is one lor I; .ml who a paper and .,. :I' O., just see a hairy breast through his !. I. a.. apt to detract lroui a woman's dig- refuses to pay forit. Under this law day. gray shirt, lie was whiskered clear Ilattlc of Marengo was fought on nity ol presence. For a young and the man who allows his sMiberiptiou I to his eyes, and from under his enorpretty girls the style is ptrti.mlarly to run along fur sjiuetinio unpaid white hat his long hair hung to Friday. mous W 3 It belongs to the ingenue. King Charles I, was beheaded on adapted. and then oiilers it or his shoulders. Around him in a belt The fashions for the coming season orders the to mark it "rewere two revolvers, and a bowie-knif- e Friday. CENTKAL C1TV, KY. jajj fused," and havi-- a postal card sent Battle ol Warerloo, was fought on promise to be of a rather formal charthat seemed to me at the time r.'f;fr.-Tr'il- H m R Orfl' in M 1 Friday. acteristic. Heavier, stiller materials notil ing the publisher, leaves him-sel- l n. r. rAXor.'. p30?.".itor. to be three feet long. be used, and although they will liabL- to arrest and fine, the same Julius Has jun been repaiied and newly " 'What's that on your head?' said Friday. Ciesar was assassinated on are to not supercedethe solt and diaphanous as lor llielt. the cowboy, in a chill' tone of voice. fiiruisliul. Located clote to Depot. Battle of Xew Orleans was fought goods at piesent so much in favor, " 'That's a hat,' said I, faintly. llr.ilni'Ns e'liimoi ou Friday. their introduction maiks the begin- By local applications hi 4'ur.il meals 01 j Good lunch Give as they cannot "He reached forward and took it Joan of Arc was burned at the ning of a newdepirture. reach the diseased portion of the ear. it a trial. from my head, looked it nil over, and stake on Friday. There is only one way to cttie deaf ! then drawing one of his guns, he Declaration of Indepedcnce was ! Ritfo 17? A fine young saddle horse, Call at ness, and that is by constitutional threw the hat into the air and shot a signed on Friday. remedies. De.alness is caused by an this office. n'feWE-MMfthole into it. He performed this feat inflamed condition of the mucous of marksmanship six times, when I Tilt I'oImiiioiis Acid Itopiilillcnii CoiM nil loll lining of the Tube. When ventured to inform the man that I 111 the body should be taken up and Hahti'ouI), Ky., August 10. this tube is inflame you have a thanked him very kindly for ventila- removed by the Liver and Kidneys, The Republicans of Ohio county are ting it, as it had saved me the troub- but these organs get out of order AND called to meet in Mass Convention at rumbling sound or imperfect hearing fail to do the work, and the result is the Court House in Hartford at one and when it is entiicly closed, Deaf-i- s le. The giant called John next. The Leading Republican Family Paper of the United States, the result, and unless the inflam"The giant ga.ed at me for about a Rheumatism. There are a thousand o'clock Saturday September 16 for the seemed to me that his remedies for the Liver and Kidneys, purpose of nominating candidates for mation can be taken out and this minute, but it For only $J.J5, Cash in Jdrmicc. tubs restored to its norm il condition eyes were fixed on me- - for an hour but there is only one cure for Rheu- School Superintendent and the Legishearing will be destroyed forever: matism, and that is Or. Drummond's lature, and to and a half. reorganise the county nine cases enit of ten arc caused by Lightning Remedy. A large bottle committee. A full " 'Come into the store,' said he, in iicthti:: turnout isearnest-l- y catarrh, which is nothing but an inwill be sent bv express to any address voice. his awlul requested. flamed condition of the mucous sur- LOUSVILI.E and KCKPKIS,: on receipt of price, or may be ordered Woou Tinsi.kv. Ch'in'ii Co. Com. "We followed him like a lamb. WITH , Gives all the news of faces. County and State, and , much National " 'Hand down them hats,' he howl- from the druggist. Any one who is Jt) D RotiKRS, Sec'y. We will give One Hundred Dollars PULLMAN BUFFET new. n nny other paper of its cIim. Your home ou!d bo incmnl..!, having an argument with the RheuSleeping Cars' slender-legge!,!,. clerk, 'and be ed to a or any case of Deafness (caused by out it. matism will feel fully repaid by the foil 11 Triirlirrx Assiicliuloii. quick about it.' FKOM AM) Te) first dose. Drummond Medicine Co., The following is the program of catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's i.orisvii.!.t:,-ii:niiiN,vicu.Mir"The hats which he pointed out Maiden Lane, Xew York. the Ohio County White Teachers As- Catarrh Cure. Send for circular;free, It.t TO. IHMJl.Vui.t were on a top shelf, and I never saw Agents wanted. ' 1 .1 i ' ; ) lit .llcmphlN. Toledo, O. sociation which convenes in College Is n National Family Paper, mid gives all tho general mows or the U. 8 so quick a clerk climb a Hall, Hartford, on September 9, at UgjuSohl by Druggist, 75c The Quick anrj Desirable Route and the uoild. It gives tho events of foreign la .,. , , tl utahcll monkey in my life. He went uplike a It l..u Wives and mothers, do not fail to 9:30. separate iciarliiieiiti fm Tho Family Circle, and our and the ladder fairly rattled from his read the large advertisement of the All the talk in the world will not Vou.ig Folic. TO ASI) FOM I, Opening Address. Jo D Rogers. Home mid fcocicty coliims command the admiration trembling, lie threw down all the Ohio Chemical Co. in this issue. It convince you so quickly as one trial Now York I'lillitiMii'ilit Ilnttirnuru of wive? and Infinitives and Participles. O M ts general political now, editmiuls ami discunioiu WnMiiriKtini Norfolk Old Point Oinlort hat3 there were in the store, and the may be the means of saving your son ol De Witt's Witch Hael Salve for arc cmprclicnrfiv! Klchniiiiid llutliilii C'le'viil-inShttltz. I tii Afsriciiltur.il cowboy picked out a white one with or husband. u" a"'1 'xlmiL-t.vc-. Toledo C'liii'HKo lihllniiiipii!:. department l.:M no superior- hi Who will Write and what will be scalds, burns, bruises, skin affection 7 CincIniiNli l.miivi!lu ll.c country. Jj, Market Itoport aro recognized authority a low crown, and a tim on it about and piles. L. II. Bkan. in H nr,.,of ,ie our Kptaphs? J U Wilson. "Castorn and Northoostcrn Points an. I. A feprc.al . He jammed eighteen inches wide. Vt'uiiK'ii WI111 Contract enables us to oiler ll.is splendid Journiil nI),l ' nnd Memphis YickfluirK llaton Hmip The Lesson of a Noble I.tlc I.ucy H.Utl'r.K'SIIAZAIi. the thing on my head, threw down a FITS. All fits stopped fice by Dr. New Orlyiiiic Mulnle l.ittlc Unek Hot uepiilihc.iii for out' car B Townsend. The sewing machine did not do 5 piece, and said: Spring and iclnl la West Tetincs-ei'- o Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. No NOON. Texas Arkiirnias .MUpIipd " 'Wear that, and if I ever see you away with the seamstress. It made Primary work Illustrated Marvelous Miss tits after first day's use. l.oulsiiinn niul tic South mid with any other kind of a hat on that her, instead, more than ever a neces-sity.- Katie Coombs. T; T,ri!,,",l('; ,:,g"1,,r prico ,,cr Jiar si.oo m cures. reatisc and $2.00 trial bottle SOUTH WEST. house in which there is neither Kopiilihcau " " cocoanut of your'n I'll turn you into Comic Declamation. U C Barnett. J.2.'Iree to Pit cases. Send to Dr. Kline, a machine nor a seamstress can hardThi' liie is thoroughly njuipix'd ntul In a pillar of lead.' Habits and Morals. Prof V, R Ray. ' ly be found in town or country, and 931 Arch St., Phila,, Pa. l'or sale by 'I ret ?lntf condition, Mid provides mi oxeul-len- t '"'il $2:2.'; "I informed him that I was delight-e- d sewing Recitation. Miss Mary Miller. nrrnngi'inciit In tlmo ntid tlirmn-!- , nr in remains, as much as all diuggists; call on yours. 36 ly A with the hat, and that I was about Paper. C M Crowe. kkatciik i" tin; time tind convi'iiiiiiu-'S1.255, to purchase just such a concern when any former period, woman's peculiar iicjied hy tho Limited Kxnre.as IrnIiii. Miscellaneous Business. work. The machiueisthe seamstress' Oneworddetcribesit "perfection." i)NI.Y a Main's Subscription may bojiii ut any timo. The I first made his acquaintance. Adjournment. mini btitwian Luiihilllu Address all orders to hat weighed two pounds, and I was best friend as well ss her heneficient The Teachers of the county are We refer to De Witt's Witch Ilacl and .Mi'tnplilf, fi.d thu lol mid ipilekcst Salve, which cures obstinate sores, orvlce hetween tho Uvj cltlecvor oH't'red. ' the most conscientious man you ever fairy. earnestly urged to be present. mul ull upalrpilinroriim. Men, it must be owned, achieve re Somesaw in regard to wearing it. Resp'y. bums, skin diseases and is a well lion emnvil ly nppl'iiiK lo - .1. II.Tirlicimr I markable success iu sewing, as, for llt'111'1- - llillll,),!times I would get up in my sleep and Co. Supt Jo B. known cute for idles. L. B. Bi:an. Unrtfonl, -- Kontiicl-y. UXjtn, Sh'1 Pin, A;tlosiHi!I(, Hr, I put it on. John obeyed the custom of example, the skillful and of the ISast, or the Paris head-gea- r the embroiderers the country regarding COURSI-- : BY MAIL WITH svearKpaymTwmiimsma'rn'rrrmzMLi.mmm and Xew York makers of tailor IIIIMiM same as I did. gowns, whose stitches are so fine, so ; JJtBfJBji-i"'i- S Tho iieavonwortlr "That sameday.along towarduight even, and so strong that they wear after we had got over the pleasure of longer than the cloth they fasten. the interview with our new acquain Notwithstanding this, sewing contintance, I went into a restaurant to get ues to be peculiarly feminine work, i something to eat I hadn't eaten any- with which men do not largely coni- I didn't thing nil clay. Somehow To advettise our College wc will pete. A woman who knows how to r & feci much like eating. Perhaps I was sew is able to clothe herself and her give n thoiough course ol instruction too overjoyed at getting the hat to household, so to speak, in purple and in Double and Single Ihitry Bookthink of being hungry. However, I fine linen at a smaller relative cost HiiIcm 10 lliu Wortd'H I'nlr. took my seat at the table, and a big, than her friend who has no Call on agents of the Louisville, St. keeping and Coininercial Arithmetic such g ruffianly-lookinspeciman of human- knack. Her husband is known iu Louis and Texas Railway before purby mail I'RKIS OF CIIARGK to a ity yelled at me from the other end of the gates, when he sits among the el- chasing your ticket to Chicago. the room: 'Wat yer want?' I ordered ders of the laud. connection made with all lines limited number of persons. This beefsteak, anil as 1 was trying to cut The woman who has her living to via Louisville. Good service and best ciurse will be completed in forty it and was just beginning to feel as earn by means' of any handicraft can of attention shown to passengers, No charge for Diplomas. hungry as a bear, bang! went a pis always do so to advantage provided l'or lurther information address Address, II. C. Mohdui:, tol, crash went a pane of glass behind she ben past mistress of her PROF. F. J. VANDKRBF.RG, Pros' t, art, and Asst. G. I A.. me, and the man who had waited on can turn oh" sewing T which is dainty, Louisville, Ky. . 302, 304 and 306 Delaware St., me fell to the floor with a howl, shot neat and thorough. The really good through the thigh. Leavenworth, Kansas. dressmaker never lacks patrons. A iUiin r lr. "Just then I happened to think that seamstress who thoroughly under- ...n. riiVcn r.unn I mil nwrunrkoi hoiuihbif n.lllVKV.VUSH, ijrotvnV. Iron Hllh'i-,or Ilia f.Utl'SK I hadn't seen the town from a point stands the cutting and making of, let ul'iilM" iliiiMi'in,uil.iti.-i.-illiii-i IIAIIIT Curcil lit Homo III TriiOuyH r.'in.irincx. v .. .. where I could lake in the place with us say, children's clothing is always ...I, II .tMIIKI ilir-- l.liil.llU. C( llSkkltlU'U.' hy iiiliiiliilKlrrliiK Ir. llnliioV a glance of my artistic eye. So I in demand. If she wishes a situation tiolilpu Npcclllc, It cnn m aivrn In aKln of beer, neup ofcolTpo thought I would immediately visit a iu a family, she can find families in Perry Westerfield, or tfii, or in looil, nltlioiit tlia knoHleilo nf Iho hill a couple of miles to the north, and nboundance where she will receive . lliaiiUolutelliirnileiM, mid Hill iiiruct ' Ve are manufacturers ofBuggJes, Carts Surries anil Carrian.es, and dBal directly with u 11ml fpcpilciirc, come back alter a while and eat my fair treatment, a pleasant room to lielher the Imi mo'lcieruio drinker or mi nleuliollo wreck. the consumer, thus saving him the per cent usually paid to middle men. ' Our prices are reas(tinner. I felt like exercising, any- herself, and liberal wages, If she IBkaver Dam, .Ky. It h:is Ik'cm Kiieu In u tliineuinl cni, mid In evway. It was nearer to the hill by g prefers to go out by the day, her serer) canon perfect cure h followed' It never onable, and we guarantee satisfaction. Respectfully, nil. Tliu i.ykl,ii onro Impregnated vt Itli tliu out of the back door of the res- vices will be antplv remunerated and fpeclfli', It bciomia nil litter ImpomlMlily lor tho BROWNS MM BITTERS taurant, so I went that way. I was her engagements in' the busy season Cures Iii'llKittlop, Illllousiic',l))irln, M11U. ll.juor "JJ tile 10 exiat. L'urcH Kiiarnticil, 48 paxt'lxjok of uTli'ii!iir free. ..lrea ttcOOIdl-Eso much pleased with the trip that I made three and four weeks ahead of rla, NcrroiuucM, tid'lcncrl IHtbllltj-- . recommend it, All tlcaKra toll It. Ocnulue M'KCIfr'IU CO. id HACK Ntreet t'lwm, stayed on the hill all night. I slept date. All that is necessary to her bM tr4o nutric aud cro:ed rvS Use' on wrapper. patll,"lilo, Omtw boro, Ky. Hnrfcford Republican MY GWOCER PUT n-j- GoocL ias HIS ,k ONTO 9U ifYfe SOAR does . .0 jfe. ( n I ciiviW and I i Scott's 1 W't-1- your Pro-lur- self-respe- Etandslan I insist BEST ' I N.K.FAIRBANK&CO. Sr.Lonis. .jS-5- 0 Bs3'3KeLSlac?ffi t. I.niil-vll- k' s 1 11. 11. ! ll-.- I - . k 111, 11 :i .' c. 1 o- 1 VI - !. I u. 1 r la'-e-- s , -- . ,. I .. Vnmmvrvhi luu. HH ' y33sS!la ss I -- "-r: I 1 Your Favorite Home Newspaper THE REPUBLICAN1 To-.wi- d 1 it 48-5- 0 1 Wew York Weekly Tribune, daii-dilcr step-ladd- Si-u- A 1 Wc furnish both Papers one year for .iKf-MII- Rot-.iiit- IIAHTFOilD KKPUIUJCAN, ... deft-hande- d A Ride. WV"tTlmtA-iURfMfc2:213- : Some fire Buggies a t special prices. Call on Hockeii Co. i FREE . SjnuLs-eita.ix:- mm. les-son- s. m Di-re- '-- I K I Sar&wo. Attorney at Law. i.illi-nl- IFill Tr. - JSLm2Ll& & go-in- I'liyil-clai- u F. A. AMES CO. tk. I IV, V V I..C. - " J iX ..Vt' T'". 'J -- ftn