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CrriCIAL ORGAN I lie Kkpujilican and ('ourici'-Joiiriiu- l both one year for on ly $1.75. TERMS 1.25 Fublisber. 0F TEE PART? IN IRE FOURTR CQMESSIONAl DISTRICT. ?ir Annum, la Adn&ei. VOL. VI. ?K HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1893. of tho I. usually when lis NO. 6. You llnnlly KtrrNrc Those who bear an indifferent char- welfare is your hope and desire. He we begin to comprehend the truth. PROFESSIONAL CARD. All Irishman without his pipe, acter arc seldom wanted at any price. is always ready ho lend a helping Death has entered our midst and carA sandbaggcr without his swipe; IIV tl. W. GAI.lt. ried nway a father's hope, a mother's Hut so great is the demand in com- hand, therefore, all nre ready to as- tuken IRo-w- e "goes T. Ed-wi- n ' A printer without a rule, mercial life for young men who are sist him. Thus h&bucoines tin essen- joy. Whin such an event occurs, south." Ala. how A family without a fool; When irotti (lie uatnc you're liomu-war- d pious and trustworthy, that when, tial part of the community. This is even alter days ami weeks ol anxious many never return allrel Dr. Tenner'. bound, A cupid without n spear, ciATTORNSV HT LAW:. for any cause beyond their control, obvious when in ordct thnt he may watching and wailing, and the family UoMenllellcf taken So dusty, tired and Sore A donkey without nil ear; world and try its and friends aie permitted to stand ,' In 6 drop dose, on a "Ha! coining from the b.tlt ground, t'tey lose their positions, they seldom hunch out into the X r la A crane without n neck, .malt lump of sugar re nnin idle very long. Those of yot unknown realities, he severs tlie.c about the bed nnd say n last farewell Old man, say, what's the score?" HARTFORD. KY. once in two sour., A woodpecker without n peck; who arc conversant with the history connection nnd removes to a dbtant and render the last kin 1 office, bathe c. cones Consump The ragged urchin on the way, A mother that isn't prayerful, Jits), N. Ulrnii, tion. It has been of brother George, know that his ex- location. When he announces his inJ.N.R. Wfftrtlnar. the fevered brow and cool the parched Will ask you o'er and o'er, .tigmutltcd ss a A candidate that isn't careful; perience on this line corroborates tention to engage in a business that tongue, the blow is a severe one nnd is In pleading tones, at close of day "cutesll." That GLENN & WEDDING, unjust. It cltltns to A baby without n squall, tlic.se statements. He enjoyed the calls him away irom home ami friend, always seems enough to biuak the "Say, mister, what's der score?" euro but one dlieasc, vli.t INFLAMMATION. A cow without a bawl; 1 )ve and confidence Hut that appearing In so many forms make, a of his employ rers, many cxprcssionJbf regret ate heard licait. Hut who can measure the longllat of names. It certainly looks like a big And then the dudclet's voice is heard, A leaf without a flutter, n )t solely because he was an energetupon all sides. It is dificult to give weight of sorrow that presses down IIARTFOKD, KY. Oh! he's an awlul bore, Jump from ooms and felons toconsutnptlon. Dut A goat without a butter; (Office, over Anderson's Bataar.) uih Is Inflammation, ami .Inflammation can no He'll chirp like some canary bird ic and skilled workman, but because him up; nnd a fear is obtained lest the soul, when in a distant country, more thrh e under the application of this remedy A ship without a sail, Will practice their profession in all " "Ah! chappie, what's the of his religious character. He was those of the ho tie and the comtirniU far away from mother's tender care than potato bugs can under pari, green. It kill. tho courts of Ohio and adjoining counA toe without a nail; It It no Inflammation thon thero would be no The touph young man with swagger not ashamed of Jesus when among ty, of which he is the life, should die the ravages of disease lays hold upon consumption: arrest It and you arrest the con ties, and court of Appeals. Special A field without a thistle, his fellow associates in business. He out And though we wish him su:-scs- s so noble n character nnd death reaps bold. sumption. Mr. S. I Amphlctt, Cloarmont, South attention given to criminal practice Dakota, writes: ".I atn a well man and cannot An engine without a whistle; Who ninkcs j on long (or gore, let his light so shine that they might in his new field and follow him so rare a jewel.' Crushing indeed and collections. say enough In praise of Oolden Itoller. Took it When on your sleeve he takes a hold; tike A dude without a stick, a. directed. In two week, cough had ceased knowledge of him that with our prayers; ,it is something would be thebtirden of grief, were it "Soy! pardner, wot's der score?" and throat trouble of yean standing disapA stamp without a lick; h: had been with Jesus and learn-c- l nkin to sadness thai. we see him rt not for the ray ol hope and comfort, peared. The Golden Itcllof Is all you claim for Jftw. . . It. I could tt It of other wonderful cures." This Is Ah! pleasant thought, you're home at A judge without a jail, of hint And herein he has left us There "seems'to "be a "vacancy that he departed this life in full hope the brief talo of a man who had had the "hectlo last, A failure without a fail; flush" and was about to take the "last chance." an extmple worthy of imitatio i. when he is gone, so much do wc miss of the christian, and is today resting Instead of "golni; couth" ho was Induced to use AW Your wife is at the door, A deck without a jack, We will do well to follow it a Golden Keller. tie qui not "go south." him. But what is your loss is his in the anus of Jesus awaiting the The same old question she will ask he Is n well man. Try It. If not satisfied will A kiss without a smack; I turn now to the social life. The gain. Godliness is profitable unto morning of the resurrection when he "Do tell me, what's the score?" rcsniii. money retumirci. no narcotics, no mineral polsonn In It. Safe and certain. Ncrer HARTFORD. KY. A Gabriel without a horn, christian you-iman moves in the nil things and if so advantageous to shall be crowned with everlasting dlsaMniluta. One tablespoonful cure. LaOrlppe. Will practice his profession in Ohio Your family from the eldest child TuUe a bottla homo darkness without the morn. Or best society among the best people, to him nt home, how much more so, life nnd shall enter in to sit down To the baby on the floor, aud adjoiuing counties, aud court of and is welcomed in the best houses. when nbroad. All classes of people' with the redeemed and the sanctified Will lisp to you in accents wild Anpcaja. Special attention given to op Ohio, Citv ov Totnoo ) "Thayl papa, whath a "tore?" Parents who wish their children to be respect a holy young man end his re- to the marriage supper of the Lamb. Statk collections. Office east side of public SS j Lucas County. square. It makes you think that when you die, pure and holy seek his company for ligion secures him at once a stand- O, yes, in the bright celestial city, Frank J. Ciirnrv makes oath that them. Knowing him to be a chris- ing among men, and thus his influwith its mansions of glory, its streets And reach the heavenly shore, he is the senior partner of the firm E.U.QUFFT. B.D.RIKOO The little angels there will cry tian gentleman in whom they can reence broadens. of pure gold, where there is no sickol F.J, CiienKV & Co., doing business "Dear mortal, what's the score?" pose their full confidence, they feel But religion is not only profitable ness, no pain, no suffering, no death; in the Cityof Toledo Ohio, Countyand safe to leave their children In his in n positive sense, but it is also prof- safe forever from all temptations and State aforesaid, FCXt.RAI. HKIIXO.V. ( railly earned by nn on x In any of illirr and that said firm will and thus he wins their appreciiart of llieciiuutr), who t ulllliic tiiwork Imiui. itable in a negathe sense, ns it not sin, there awaits you dear brother pay the sum Hartford, 2Ca.txclC3r. of ONU HUNDRED Irlouitr at thr eiitiilotiiiiiit nlilili nr furnlth, V Delivered by Rev. W. A. Schell, ation. And his companions love him only brings him good, but saves him and sister, your dear boy, there DOLLARS for each and every ill practice 111 all courts of Ohio inr labor It light mil pinunnt, ami ion run no case of rlik whatetrr. Weill iim nut rmiinlelr.so that in memory of George Sanderfur. and delight to be with him. He be- from evil. Once out in the world the awaits you dear friends, your former and couuties, yim eau she the Im.liirit n trial without Catarrh that cannot be cured by uoun adjoining ot Appeals. Superior lojuumrir. FurUiw nllllue imIih Utile work, ana court TrtxT: "Godliness is profitable comes the center of the circle. young'man is beset on all sides with associate and companion ColHe has the use of l the gramlrtt offer tnmle. tlili Von ran work Hall's Catarrh Curb. lections and all legal business attendalltliiv, or In mitt. If )ou nre fin. unto ui i tilings, Having protusc or iuc Heing of a cheerful disposition and al temptations of every kind and with- - only outstripped you in the race of plojrd, nn.l harcn few rpuii- - hourt nt )0ur dlt. FRANK J. CHENEY. ed to. Office 329 E. Market St. l l W " ' way ready to assistin making others J out the fortifying presence of Jesus life and gone before. jhmsI, ullllio Ihciii, and In )uur lnroiua, . our Luilnni will nut Sworn to before me and subscribed ir i nil. You will be niun-i- l on the Hurt nt tin- r.tinlitr aud taw O, let us learn wisdom from him Imagine for a moment, if you can, happy, he becomes rather the life of in the heart is very apt to be swept liv which ou niinu ilnlhr in my presence, this the 6th day of tt.i lir.'iUylnand R- - E. WEDDING, society in which he moves. Never away in the whirlpool of vice and and continue faithful a little longer lit out. Kviii beginner ure nim-lu- l from the that you are standing by the December, A. D. 1886. . flrithour. Any one t'Hii run I'd IhhIih-.-i - uonr is any project started but that he is ruin. Saloons, gambling dens, world- and we shall soon be permitted to You thoulil try iioHdiig lull. you tee (r Jrouri-- lf what ou tan do lr until bu'lnrsi nf a christian young man, who is to nl llir ly pleasures nnd licencious enjoyment, strike glad hands with him in yonder j SEAL, t wlihli weoffir. No capital rllii1 Women are shortly tay down this mortal body, not consulted and his opinion obtainA. W. GLEASO.V, grand wotkrra; lion ail jji tiny mnke ai much Beaver Dam, Ky. ed. Here again I might refer to the debauchery and crime overtakes him bright mansions above. For the i men. They .I1011M tr lhl bii.ln. , n It I. o nnd enter upon the jovs of an untried will adapted to tlicin. IVrllr nt Will practice his profession in all l e lor life of our departed brother as an il- In all conceivable forms and colors, apostle hath declared unto us,"Godli-nes- s Notary Public. eternity, nnd ns his lifcdrawscloserto )iir(lf. Ad.lrvn . IIAI.I.r'TT Ml., the courts ot Ohio and adjoining lloi HMO, 'i rll.niil. Mo. its end and his breath Incomes quick- lustration of these remarks. In the and if he is not overpowered and is profitable unto all things, Hal's ICatarrh Cure is taken inter- - counties. Also Notary Public. houses where he visited he was al- plunged in Id thevccsspool of iniquity having promise of the life that how is nally and acts er: and it is evident that he cannot directly on the blood ways a welcome guest. Heing a nnd finally iiitoctcrnaldeath.hc must nnd of that which is to come " Bless- aud mucous sutfaces of last very long, you lean over and ask the system. L- him, "Beloved, what kind of a sermon young man of intelligence and purity, have God enthroned in his heart. lie ed be God. the promise is for time Send for testimonials, free. of a sociable disposition, his so- nitisthave on the whole armor of faith. and eternity. Not only in time of F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. shall be preached at your funeral?" SSTSold by all druggists, 74c.- Aud in a low, feeble nnd yet distinct ciety was not only ngreeble but prof- This is what our dear friend and prosperity but in time of adversity. HARTFORD, KY. voice, as his mind reverts to his past itable. He never permitted the con- brother did. And when he was thus Not only when wc are in vigor of versation to become of a degraded prepared With the sword of the spirit health and strength and prosperity Urentoat on Enrth, Will practice his profession in all hie when he was in sin, Without God James M. Brooks, Washington Ave., the Courts of Ohio and adjoining aud hope in the wotld, nnd tetneui; character, but chose to preserve it and the shield of faith, the Devil smiles upon us, but when sickness St. Louis, Mo., makes affidavit that counues, anu in chaste and pure and of an elevated might hurl his darts thick and fast and misfortune and death overtakes the court 0! Apb:rs how graciously God saved him, Caveats and TrsdeMrksobUlned.and all Pat-character. It I mistake not, though and they would fall harmless to the us In these dark hours of grief and he suffered from Rheumatism for years peals. Special attention given to lent butlncas conducted tor Unnmrr rrra. and made him happy; and thinks of ' orricc ta omositc U. 8. patcnt ornet JOuawe fairly versed in other thinge, he pre- ground Temptations might present sorrow it sustains the heart and mind, until persuaded to try Drummond's collections. Office, in County At tor i ana no scrure patens in less u&ie uau mote his alter life of piety nnd righteousitrmrtefrom Washington. ,i ferred to convetscon religious subjects. themselves in the most fascinating gives hope and peace to the troubled Lightning Remedy, 'and that by its noy's office, in Court House. J bend model, diswtiigorphoto.,wlth!eiirrlp' ness and the sweet peace and comfort )uon. nc suTue, u paiemaDie or not, lice 01 Thus we see how Godliness is manner, they would have no power soul. And when this fleeting life is he has been fully restored. He says (chart. Our fee net due tilt patent Is secured. it brought him, he says: "Preach JeA i cost PAatrillCT. "How toObtaln Patent,'1 with in the social lite. to allure or charm him. All the pow- done with it gives us pleasure to en- the remedy is the greatest on earth. for-hof tame In the U. S. and foreign countries sus, is mighty to save preach jsent free. Addreti, We have now seen the Christian ers of earth and Hell might array ter upon the joys of Heaven and meet This is high praise, but fully war the gospel, for it has done so much ranted by other miraculous cures. If young man in his church, business themselves as a most formidable foe our loved ones who are there for me warn sinners to forsake their your druggist has not got Drumt Opp. Patent Orricc. Washington. D. C. sins and flee the wrath to come ex- and social life. There is yet another to destroy his soul, he had but to pre- - and who await our coming. v v call-yoshield and use and' Come, let us join our friends abQve,' mond's Lightning Remedy,- write dir attention. Bent-hihort christians to live pure and holy sphete to whiclv-- I rect to the Drummond Medicine Co.. That have obtained the prize; It is the home life. Probably this is their sorrow pierced their own hearts I urge them to nnd keep close to Go And on the eagle wings of love, 0 Maiden Lane, New York. live, not for this world, but for the the most important place of nil. Here, and their hands fell lifeless by their To joy celestial rise. WHEN YOU GO TO 0WENSB0R0 Agents wanted. of all places we may read his true sides. How true the words of the Let all the saints tcrrestial sing, world to come." is With those to glory gone; profitable CAI.I.O.N- And this, my dear ft tends, is what character. And while it may be the Apostle, "Godlines All the talk in the world will not For all the servants ol our King, I wish to do this morning by draw- most important place to live holy, yet unto all things, having promise of In earth and Heaven arc one. convince you so quickly as one trial it may be the most difficult. the life which is to come." lam Freing a lew thoughts front the text, nnd of De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve for One family we dwell in Him, a few lessons Irom the life of our quently the most peculiar and most glad to record that when our deOne church above, beneath, scalds, burns, bruises, skin affection OFFICE OVER RED FRONT severe temptations assail the christian parted brother left his home and went young brother, to whom we pay this Though now divided by the stream, and piles. L. B. Bean. when in the strongest citadel. But it into a distant laud that he took Jesus The narrow stream of death. matk of respect and love. rxisTouxt.pnEi:, Is prepared to do' all kinds of with him, and that he was true to his One army of the living God, The words of the text were address- - is just such severe trials which strengh Coughing leads to Consumption. Dontal work at reasonable prices. To His command we bow; IFw.v, el to a young man, to whom the ens his faith and develops his true Savior at all times. The result was, Fui tlu. iwWuii'i Motl Aitutie Kemp'sBalsam stops the cough at once character, which confirms the truth as it ever will be, that he verified by Part of the host havecrosscdtheflyoJ, And part are crossing now. size or tlvle. Frederiea St., Ulto at Apostle found at I.ystra, and being a ant Ignorance of the merits of De Witt's young man of piety and well report-e- J that Godliness is profitable in the experience the word of God, that godhomes as well as elsewhere. For, liness was indeed profitable. For what- Our old companions in distress, Little Early Risers is a misfortune. Srdund Ith. 6t37 of, the Apostle would have We haste again, to see; These little pills regulate the liver, accompanying him on his even here, amidst the cares and wor- ever he put his hand to he prospered. And eager long for our release, cure headache, dyspepsia, bad breath, ries which are attendant upon the He was successful in school aud sucMissionary wotk. Christian young And full felicity.-E'econstipation and billiousness. dfv now by faith we join our hands, men were in demand in those days home, the farm or the school room, cessful in business. He was loved .L. B. Bean. With those that went before; The call the young man who is devoted to and appreciated by his professors and and are in demand .1 1 SbbbV sa csi? Andgreetthe blood bands comes from all the various vocations Jesus is kind, considerate and affec- his employers and respected by all On the eternal shore. FITS. All fits stopped fiee by Dr. He speaks no harsh words with whom, he came ill contact. It of life, and the supply never equals tionate. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. No the I'etnand. Here is a most potent that would wound any ones feelings. could not well be otherwise, seeing Our spirits, too, shall quickly join, 3sWssBXiaK mf PLEflSr? Like theirs with glory crowned; reason, even if there was no other, He does nothing that would result in that the promise and blessings of fits after first day's use. Marvelous And shout to see our Captain's sign, D why young men should become relig- the discomfiture''of even the smallest God rested upon him. Bright, intelcures. Treatise and $2.00 trial bottle To hear His trumpet sound, A 'KatsKNlVirc ious. In the Church, in the Halls of child. He loves and honors his par- ligent, sociable, possessed of business O.that we now might graspourguide! free a BUBBUkaiBaViaff 1 to Fit cases. Send to Dr. Kline, O, that the words were given: Congress, in educational circles, in ents and is ever watchful to minister qualifications and ability, he was frst u v M'.'.f..' .r."-- pn iu , , ak "Come, Lord of hosts.the waves divide- - 93 1 Arth St. , Phila. , Pa. For sale by in the business walks of life, there to their welfare and comfort. To- winning his way to the highest rank And land us all in Heaven." all druggists; call on yours. 36 iy comes the call for religious young ward his brothers and sisters he exer- of his calling, when, an it was almost C. Wesley. there nre other reasons. cises that spirit of affection which suddenly, death laid his cold and icy nun. But And, now, dear friends, I commend Hntea (o the World's Fair. The advantages which accrue from characterizes his whole demeanor. hands upon his brow. you unto the God of all grace who is ..... Call on agents of the Louisville, St. The death of such a young man is J able to comfort and strengthen and following a life of godliness are many. Thus he endears himself to all in his Louis and Texas Railway The Apostle says, "Godliness is prof- home and "becomes the lever by always sad and always proes a se sustain you: and to Jesus Christ, His ( your ticket to Chicago, Diitable unto all things." It is a prin- which God raises the whole family vere blow to the community where only Son, who gave Himself a ran-- , rect connection made with all lines he was raised and is best known. som for you, and who said: heavenward. cipal of quality, that applied to any "I will via Louisville. Good service and best tt0uTtaCalia,Oeiighs1lereTlireat,Orer,Xata, calling that will cause it to prove adA And here is a good reason why wnen me nrst sau intelligence comes never ieavc nor forsake you;" and to u, Wheepiaf Osagh, BMaehlUt aad Attbma. aaa etrttia cur. Tor OsasastatlM In Sntstagts, vantageous. In all legitimate spheres young men should be holy. Whatever it falls like a pall over our minds, we to the Holy Spirit, our Comforter, of attention shown to passengers. use at eat. a sure rslltf la adraaasa .tags.. For further information address You will m ti xMllsat saiet aftsr taktac the ' of life religion will prove useful. their influence may b: in the outer hush our tumult, we hold our breath, wh0 will keep you pute and holy and Irtt ota, ' Bold t doalors ertrywksr. Zvt II. Q. Moroue, MunHmUufilM We begin with the Church. Godli- world, it is not potent in the home and the first thought is, can it be faithful and will guide you safely Asst. G.,P. A., Louisville, Ky. ness is profitable in securing to us joy whether it be potent for good or evil. true? Are you not mistaken? S!owly home at last. and comfort in attending upon the Stop a moment, young man, if you worship of God. Many young people, are unconverted and consider what The Leading Pliotograpiar. and many older on :s, attend church you are doing by your present influfor various reasons other than be. ence in, the home. Have you ever Picturei la Erirj Stjle and Sin. WE dVARACTEE A CUBE I ciuse they love God arid wisli. to be thought that you arc helping to drag mo moat nCIRCrnDCn nnd invl responslbU-- 1 SsaTOld Pictures Copied and Enlarged carotunnvostlkattcm ns to our strengthened spiritually. Some go your loved ones to Hell. Can it be 117 nun tno mom. or our Tablet. I A SPECIALTY. because their parents want them to; that you are conscious that the Devil 108& Main Street. sjne, because their companions go? has drawn you int.o partnership Gold B7w6 OWENShORO, KY 8).ue, because they have nowhere else with himself to damn your family in less; cause no sickness, and may be Riven In acup of tniorcoffee without the knowl- t go or nothing else to do; some go the regions of the lost where the worm u "in puuuui, iuu win Yuiuuuiruy atop amoKingor cnewing in a row days. b::ause theyy wish to preserve an dieth not and the fire is not quenched, linimk'F.NNP.SS flnrl MdRPmUP. TTAPTT 5J?i&athomt,nawiii,. akuiuuiiitijwM uwt juvii. sunn xuiuu ouaujiy vnurt on tne part 01 BUtUQVAUTT. sWtTUOtlAIIITT. CURES NOTHIHQ BUT PILES. of morality; many young and you are consenting? 0, 1 beg you, mo patient, uy tno uso or our SPECIAL FORMULA dOLD CURB TABLETS. Durlncr treatment natlcnta are flllnwml thn froiviian nf l.lnnni n Mn.. m :n attend church for no other reas- bs aroused from yourlethargy, forsiko A FEW phlnountll such tlmoas they Blmll voluntarily give tjicni up. A SURI and CERTAIN CURB on thac their lady friends do, Dut it your sin, nnd seek the Lord while he lesumouiaia ireo,nna snail . yciiu mii.ivuiranuujauipiiiofcui known for IB year asth Testimonial. uaicinu lupiaco cuuorersirom any or mesa iiaDiu tacomtnunicsv was not so with our dear brother. may be found, lest you not only lose nun uu persons woo unvu uoeu curcu iy tno una 01 our 1 ABLETS, RIMEDY FOR PILKt. ttivtn kr sJCHiaDsoi nraiciii cc, it. iacu. from persons HILL'S TABLETS ro for wile by all first-clas- s Naneof.ihe.. foregoing reasons were your soul, but should be the I'KjsHtaatts.pO'p who hava bean not kmrnthpni. rnclnAnna SI I .ww uyourdruKKlstdo Y7.: the animating undercurrent that, led means of ruining forever your pre- ..... -- .i T. 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II v son waa atronoiv addicted 10 the use of . 1 was lea to try vouriubieu. 110 wasuueavva llnuor.ond through . .. H HI. .ul. .. k rity and honesty. Godliness fits terest in their behalf and the desire coualAut drinker, but ufter using your Tablets but three day. he qultdriiiklng. ?" k, wr V " kswms la trtry caaaioai "-and will not touch liauor of nnv kind 1 havo walled four.. uiouth before wrltlnar a Largest circulation of any sd.nt IBo paper In the c.ioT'l.'VEU S.nj young men with these qualities and for their good, is an elevated grade you, la order to know the euro was permanent. ttplendidli .illustrated, vi o tnteuigent world., luuniniir. IIKLEN MORRISON. MKS. I be rltnout man should a; tad Mkwit.'t.A. BL WIN&ilV. MAlUTSLSSflimiz to them the esteem and confiinsures mnntba. J MUM, CiKCixNATi, Onto. for morality and less vice and sin. ruaLuu. ms. 301. rformed a miracle In my com. dence of their employers, and all oth- Kverybody in the community loves aekiUKk illtail.lri7 sella laJmuUM !" havu been cured oy the usee nr. 1. LOTXUAY. er things being equal, is a sure road and'admlres a noble young man. AlAddrcHH ull Orders to to promotion to positions of trust and most unconsciously he entwines himNeuralgia 1'crsona E3PQNSIBLE thus to increase ol salary. 'Business self about your heart. Whatever in,:E2 And those troubled with ncrvousiiett reiultlnf miii tf'in SuUciltliM. f . AAIrM est from car. or overwork will be mlloved by uuas men are willing to pay for the serSI, S3 an. SB Op.ra Bloek. LIMA. OHIO. him, You are you Cuhjunt Hiaronv, IHIIert, aeaoiaa vices of honest, religious young men. terests forinterests lirown'H Iron HTS0IT..ICM., his success in life. His anxious trade merk ind croosod red Use. so wntvtr. hit chant WIIAT'M T1IK Nt'UKi:r , ... 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While Proprietor E.lltor ami JO. strongly advocating the repeal of the MMMkl !! II KlUOAV, riKIMTMBKK 8, 18ii:J purchasing clause of the law to which & Ids name has been given, he warned was not a his hearers that its repeal Sni.Pi:XAMlN.Tloj is the only road cure-al- l AT"lioOKFORT. for the present situation, and to lilc at uprightness, and the man that if the Democrats attempt to alter I will lie ntUockporl Sept. the 10th, wlio studies himself, nine cases in ten, existing tariff laws they would plunge to remain only n short time will be will do to trust. the country into deeper distress than of piepnied todoall kinds of Photograph now exists. He also called attention Tin: key to the situation is tlmt the work. I make a speciality of Cabinet to the fact, overlooked by some of his people hnvo not confidence in the colleagues, that he was Photos. I use the instantaneous protiofa new ability ot the Administration to suo convert, having a year ago introduced slaugh- cess lor making baby pictures. Yon eessfully conduct the nflairs nl the a bill almost identical with the Vorhccs will find me located in an elegant eonniry. bill for the repeal of the purchasing A. !. T.Wi.nn. Photograph Cm. m Ajiomi ninny oilier Republicans clause ofthc silver law, now before the Senate, and pertinently asked, SEND tweve cents in postage in the following have heen suggested f.ir "Why did not the Democratic Sena(.lumps to jo Corcoran Building, Washtho Legislature: Capt. David Dnucan, tors then see the danger they now see ington, I). C, and you will receive WedA. S. Aull.J. H. James, II. R. and conic to the help of the Republilour copies of Kate Fie d's Washingding and V. M. Awtry. cans when theysought to suspend the ton, containing matter of special inlaw? Not a Democratic vote was had terest. Give name and address, and Tuixik .1. S. Gi.i:nn last Monday at l'o!ori'l 'fjV.lrhrm liivtllulr. then and the Democrats must answer The Colored Teachers' Institute whcie you saw this advertisement, ly the Convention in his effort to explain why?" No Democratic Senator ans- will convene in the Schoolhoube in away these Democratic hard times, wered Senator Sherman's question, Hayti, (Hartford) Wedne?dv. Sept. had the heartfelt sympathy of tho although it might have been Statement of the Condition done in 20, 1S93, with the following program: entire congregation. OF THF five words a presidential election 8:30; Opening Hxcreises. Foim children weie left at home by was pending. Response. 9; Address of Welcome. Some people claim that the passage their parents at Washington, lud., 10:30; Theory and Art of Teaching of the Wilson bill forthc unconditional Noon. Music. Monday, nntl when the former returnrepeal of the purchasing clause of the 1:45: Writing Miss C. T. Eidson". ed at night they louud the children silver law by a vote of the 2:30; Civics- - Mis. W. (1. Parks. dead. They had eaten Rough on House has simplified the situation in At tho Closo of Business 4:15: Adjournment. Rats the Senate, but your correspondent Juno 30,1803. Tituiisn.vv, Skit. 21. Opening Exercises. Tin: great argument ot those who confesses that he is unable, after the ki:sourci:s. most thorough investigation, to see Miss Samantha 8:45: Arithmetic . placed Tom. Smith before tho Con.$70,205.1.1 Notes and Hills. any affect in the Senate of the action Bracken. Real Estate 3,000.00 vention Monday seemed to be that he of the House. It is now claimed, and . . 1,500.00 Furniture nnd Fixtures Recess. 10:20; Singing. had the filthy lucre and was not afraid no longer seriously 864.98 Kxcuse.sp.iitl disputed, that n Mix. 10:40: Arithmetic continued to use it. Mr. Smith in his speech majority of C.ishonhand atidiull'ks . the Senate as it now stands Margery Htntou. after the nomination even winking at with three vacancies one each front Noon. Miscellaneous. Singing. J99.017.67 the suggestion. Montana, Washington and Wyoming :.so; Geography Maggie Foreman. LIABILITIES. would vote for unconditional repeal Recess. Singing. $25,000 ix Capital Stock (jniTi: a large number of friends if the bill could le brought to a vote . 3:30; History--Mi- ss Sutplus 5,250.00 Minnie Taylor. expressed a desire to have Mr. have freed from any entanglements: but no sacri- Reserve Fund in 1,29,1.11 Adjournment. I'. Render, of Point Pleasant, man has yet suggested any Interest nud Exchange reasonable .3.017.59 Fuin.w, Sr.i'T 22. )eK).sits make the race for tho Legislature on method of bringing a bill to a vole in 61,120.94 Opening Hxercises. He is well the Senate that is seriously and dethe Republican ticket. $99,01 57 9; General Discussion ot School iiualificd for the position, and would terminedly opposed by nearly one- Laws. JOHN II. B.RNI:S,C.siiii:k. make a strong race. half of the Senators. The Federal This is Trustees day and all Trust- Sworn nud subscribed to lcforc me election bill was one of that kind. pes of colored schools nrp rr. June 30. 1S93. Z. II. Sntii-T- . was nominated Mon Had Speaker Crisp been a wiser . nwtpil tn ,, Rowan Hoi.hkooks, C. O. C. C. day in the Democratic Convention for man he would have remained in his mlpsfP(, Bv Siiiii.uv Tavi.oh, I). C. School Grading l'rof I' A Gary. School Superintendent as everybody seat, instead of going on the floor o! Reading H A Foreman; continued a expected he would be. The bosses the House and attempting to answer Our business continues to grow, as by Miss Addie Wilcox. tried to bolster up a respectable vote the nlxivc statement will show, loth Reed's criticism of the Physiology S M Taylor. for Judge Hawkins, but the affair at new Crisp rules nnd defence of the Two in magnitude and proserity. Spelling Miss Georgia Walker. yens ago a ile).sit of $25,000; one best was n very transparent, compli- rules of the Fifty-firs- t Congress, nnd Grammar Prof J J Fleming. year ago $45,000; $64,00). mentary faice. thus have escaped the humiliation The subject of Theory and Art of This is due to the fact that the young which always falls to the lot of the Teaching is left unassigued, but will Iv merely the fact that the Demo- Democrat who attempts to cross oramen arc beginning to realize that it is endeavor to get some able person cratic party is in a position to make a torical swords with "Dig Tom Reed," not the money made but the money to handle this important subject. law or change a law already in force the Republican leader of the House. saved tint sets them up in business. 1 rustees and Patrons, there have. The man whojsaves etch day and puts causes such wide spread disaster as Having in the new rules adopted the been many important changes in the at .interest fifty cents, will in fifty the country now sutlers, then pray spirit of the Republican rules used in Common School Laws of Kentucky years Iw wotth $5S,ox Rich! Congress, although and it will save you what would he the condition of affairs the Fifty-firs- t much worry over We are here to assist the business if the Democracy were to put their the end aimed at is to be' reached in a vexing questions to attend the Instiround-abou- t interests of the county, and we solicit way, it is not tute on Trustees clay and hear somewhat whole platform into law? Mail rdcrs promptly attended to. the nud npptcciatc the account of every surprising that Mr. Recti's sarcastic law on all questions concerning the Would kindly request parties sendTin: County Teachers' Association questions as to why the Republican pushing, enterprising individual or Common Schools of Kentucky. ing same or inquiries to euclose stniup firm. JOHN JI.HARNKS.Casiiiiim. convenes here to morrow and quite a rules had not been openly adopted Jo. B. Rogkks, Co. Supt. as g oil arc fold at less than cost. number of teachers are expected to should have goaded Speaker Crisp inThe interest id to making an exhibition of himself. be in attendance. Buy your School Furniture and Perry Westerfield, Teachers' Associations is on the in- Like most Democrtas, Mr. Crisp misrequired by the new school crease, and with the impetus given by takes personal abuse of Mr. Reed for law, of the United States School Fur' A I'rvlly WrUtllni;. the Wot Id's Fair. He reports a grand W. A. Gibson Agt. the new school law, will at once de- argument against the ntles of the niture Co. Dimvkk Dam, Kv. The wedding of Rev. J. K. Craw-- ' tunc. BRGY.rS mOX BITTERN House over which he presided. Mr. Hartford. Ky. velop into a marked success. Dllicmincn, r)rala, Ml. Esq C. L. Woodward is remodel- - ford, of Ovvensboto, and Miss Adah Curn ln.lltfslio:' ami Reed discussed the nfiittcr from a public f.cnernl lrltllijr. rii)l-eUn- s r.Ian f IV rs 01 1.1 Baird, of this city, announcement of rl. KcrouimA, It. All Utifnrd Tench cm' Mori lug;. ing his tobacco barn. Iril It, (icnutno Tin: action ot the Democratic Con- point of view, decliuining to notice trr imilrn down I um mcrxnrkor iiouichold trade mark anil crutic! rpHlcmuuuraiirvr. hu The following program has b:cn Ml1" Mr. T. J Ford is visitin relatives which appeared in these columns ISrowit's Iron Hitters vention Monday in nominating a mau personal abuse of himself, and if Mr. some weeks ago, was celebratetl at the nl.'ill.t. tlic fliiii. rtl.l. .Iltff tloti, rrmorri r arranged for 9:30 o'clock, September iu Buford. .,r lV RiMiuril.laUlU. (it lliorrllllltML who hnd declared he was not a candi- Crisp did not feel ashamed of himself The I 16: The new dwelling house of T. J. C. P. Church here Tuesday. date over one equally worthy, who he must be peculiarly constructed. church nnd ultar had lieen beautifully ' Welcome address J. S. Field. Ford's is Hearing completion. hnd the second time sought the posi- The "Shoo fly don't bother me" with Response J. L. Klmore. Tlixec or lour new dwellings arc decorateil for the occasion, anil at 12 tion and hnd announced himself in which Ben Butler once crushed "SunObject of teachers associations being talked of. Wlio will put up 11 o'clock, whe.i the wedding party passthe usual public manner, was a serious set" Cox on the floor of the House L. Hoover, A. P. Taylor, and tobacco house bete this fall? There ed in, the scene was one of leauty. J. when disappointment to the defeated candi. was recalled to the Barnard. would be good money in a tobacco The house was well filled with the in in answer to an interruption by Amos date nnd his friends. It was a slap friends of the young contracting p Grammar class Isaac Hoover. house here. Cttmmings, Mr. Reid asked sarcastictho lace which Mac Porter and his Noon. It is with regret to our self and ally, as he strided down the isle toRev. G. B. McDonald pionouuccd friends may forgive but which they Arithmetic class J. If. Barnes. sympathy (or the friends of the dewards where Cummings sat, "must can never forget. Spelling and diacritical marks -- W. ceased that we announce the death the b:autiful ceremony tint made you get in here? Oh, must you get C. Gray. of Joe Barrett. Joe was a young man them one, after which they left for a his voice week is the Republican into this?" The inflection of An essay Subject: The influence twenty-on- e years of age. He profess- short visit to Louisville. The groom making it even plainer than his Convention to reorganize the County of the female teacher upon the world ed faith iu Christ tix years ago. Ho is pastor of the C. P. Church at words. where he and his estimable Ola Smith. Committee and to nominate candiwas intencd at the Walton's" Creek The Democratic leaders in the wifewill make their future home He The neglect of pennmanship in our burying ground. dates for School Superintendent and J,u. appear to be acting entirely common schools and how we are to is one of the ablest young divines in the Legislature. It is important that House independently of each other. While teach pennmanship C. M. Hicks. Western Kentucky, while his bride is Tcnrhprn Mrrllnir. n good crowd be in nt tendance, and to Senator Gorman was using his most An essay My aspiratiors as a The Haitford Teachers' Association one of Hartford's most popular wo. that end the Republicans from all persuasive language in an executive teacher Georgia Hudson. will convene at College Hall, Hart- men. These worthy young people parts of the county should turn out. session of the Senate to bring about . School management and why I de- ford, Sept. 23, 1893. All inembets J are followed into lilc by the best ZS.37-Wo have an unusually goad chance an agreement that no other legislation sire to teach By all the teachers. are expected to be present and to dis- J wishes of a host of friends, among to win and with the right meu as than that reported from the Senate The community is requested to take charge the duty assigned theni. All them Tin? Rr.i'unt.icAN. nominees, a close organization and a Finance Committee should be taken part in these exercises. interested in the advancement persons well directed campaign victory will be up at the extra session the House ('ullrgc .Voli-N- , of education ate cordially invited to J. L. Kuiohk, Prc-- s Two weeks of another school year ours. Ways and Means Committee, or the J. S. Firan, Sec'y. attend this meeting. Lave passed and at their close we see Democratic majority thereof the Re prospects for one of the most prosperi:ioc;iiAM.in o: i:xr.ucisr.s. Mil. C.S. Tai i.oii was nominated at publicans on the Committee are not Alter flrenkfcNt ous years iu the history of the College. Opening Chorus. 9:30 a. in the Heaver Dam Comveution yester- informed of anything until it has been To purify, vitalize and enrich the All departments arc iu fiueworkintr 9:35 Invocation and Remarks J order and the attendance was nevct as day as the Republican candidate for fully determined upon was laying blood, and give nerve, bodily and di- Prof. Iv. HORSE-SHOEIN- G R. Ray. large at the beginning of the year. the Senate from the Senatorial Dis- out the plan of a new trrifTbill from gestive strength, take Hood's Sarsa-parill10 The Five Senses as Factors of The following students from a disContinue the medicine after trict composed of tho counties ot which "protection" is to be eliminatEducation O. M. Shultz, Chas. F.llis, tance have matriculated iu the ColleButler, Muhlcuburg and Ohio, He ed. Senator Hawlcy voiced the Re- every meal for 11 month or two nnd Miss Alice Bowman and A. A. Brown. giate department since our Inst F. C. Rabb, Hawesville; Ada comes of n family noted for its ster-lip- g publican sentiment when he replied you will feel "like a new man." The Vocal Solo. Brown, Contertown. Aurora Storms, by merit of Hood's Sarsaparilla is proven qualities of head and heart and to Senator Gorman's proposition we Teach?" Win. Magau, matriculated in the Interme11:10 "Why saying that as the representative of a by its thousands of wonderful cures. Foster, W. II. Barnes, Laura RcnciVr, diate Department Monday. is a man of more than ordiuary abilimore largely devoted to Why don't you try it? Misses Mary Render and Mamie He is a fluent speaker nud is State ty. J. L. Rogers and S, J. Tichenor. Dennett were visitors at General manufacturing than to any other inHOOD'S PILLS cures constipation. well informed ou public matters. RKCKSS SOON Monday. tarThey are the best after dinner pill and Above all ho is a man iu whom tho dustry he desired the Democratic 1:30 p m. Music Misses Coombs. .Messrs. I.ee Stevens, R. D. Walker, iff bill to be prepared and announced family cathartic. "What we can do with Kin- W. G. Hardwick, city, and Rev. G. 1:35 people of all parties repose the highas soon as possible, in order that his dergarten iu our Schools" Miss Sil- - B. McDonald, Greenville, attended est confidence and ho will make a General Exercises Tuesday. constituents might be relieved from lie Coleman, J, B. Wilson, L B. Jj-ne- y nnrrlrtl. Senator of which the people may well the present uncertainty, nnd for Rev. Willis Smith, Otvensboro.cu-ductc- J that The Grayson Gazette says: and Miss Dora K. Gibson. the Exercises Tuesday mornbe proud. reason he was opposed to confining "On Wednesday evening last, Jas. ing. His talk was a strong presenta2:30- Vocal Solo. --TO SEE THE- the business of the extra session to L. Rowe, lately of Taylor Mines, and 2:35 Attention; Its Importance arul tion of some important truths and wns Mit. T. J. Smith, the Democratic silver legislation. The House Com- Miss Bertha P. Hocker, of South how to secure it Dr. W. Alexander, highly appreciated by the school, nomiiieofor the Legislature, ts well mittee will begin its tariff hearings We are always glad to have visitors Leitchficld, were united in the holy L. T. Barnard. Miss Katie Coombs, and extend a cordial invitation to all (jualilied for the position he has so next Monday and continue them until bonds of matrimony at the residence MisT Alice Bowman and C. M. Crowe. to come to see us. It makes us feel earnestly and so covertly sought, but the 20th, inst. of the bride's parents, Rev. W. H. better to have people come among us Music. he obtained the nomination rather with kind words of instruction and The young A large delegation of Department Williams officiating. nr.cKSS. through tio hack door and the peo- of the Potomac G. A. R. men will couple will reside in Leithfield encouragement. 3:15 Select Beading Miss Salh'c Miss Mabel King was a visitor in ple will no doubt put him on the shelf leave here Sunday on special trains Coleman. the Pnnary Department Tuesday effectually in November. There is a for Indianapolis, to take part in the VKSTEKTOWN. 3:30 Opening Exercises in School general feeling among men of all par- Annual Encampment The present Septembers. Afteralongnbspcnce Two of the Literaiy Societies DF.. Miller, D. Iv. Ward, K. R. with the College hive been ties that there is such a thing as n, indications are that more will go than I will again attempt to send you a Ray and Supt. Rogers. and we are expecting to man's receiving enough honors and have gone to any previous encamp- few item ftbtarthis place. Business ofAssociation. hear from the third one soon. The -enough of the emoluments of office, ment. Mr Obinchain, of Whitesville, is - i Adclpfiians and O. L. C.'s have gone K, R. Ray, Pres't. here with his tent nnd is making nud if there is one man in Ohio to work iu earnest and it is to be j Sam.ii: Coi.kman, Sec'y. ' hoped that the R. E. C.'s are not dead of ! some of the best pictures ever made county who has fed bountifully at the 1IKATEK DAM, but sleeping. Our town is very dusty now as in this place. public crib surely that man is Tom. Mnrrlr.1 nl llnrllord. Dr. Alexander's spelling classisdo-in- g Gassett ,& Jones, of Fulton county, water is too scarce to have the streets OWKNSIIOKO MBSSKNGKR .loll. Smith. , some fine work. are here iu the interest of a patent sprinkled, The Ray's Algebra class is getting Rev. J, R. Crawford, the pojmfan under headway nnd instead of r W. T. Austin is attending the wagon bed lifter nnd hay loader. CKIMI )UHOVE. young pastor of the Cumberland PresHe will savo you MONEY by Buying from HIM. Will behind it is one ofthc leading classes. August 28. News is scarce in this World's Fair. Miss Ida Maddox, of Kquality, is byterian Church in this city, and in school. community. sell you a Buggy, Harness, Lap Duster and Whip from $00 00 Miss Florence Tichcnor went to visiting Miss Ida Stroud. Miss Adah Bainl, of Hartford, One yot.ng man in school does not The prospects bids fair for a good Horton Sunday, returning Monday Prof. H. H. Davis, of Point Pleas-an- t, at the latter place yesterday-afternoocare whether the ladies agree with up to $7f.00. The Davis Carriage Company has the reputa crop this year. has moved to town. He comabout noon. ot a o'clock. They are ex- him or not. gome pupils in the Primary DeMiss Annie Williams, of the Wiltion of building the best Buggy for the money oi any Factory ' W. J. Tichenor was iu town Satur- menced school here Monday. pected here but will leave in fr liams Mines, was visiting her sister, day Prof. G. T, Tinsley, of this place, a short while for a trip to the World's-Fair- partment have been on the sick list iu Cincinnati. for a few days. Mrs. M. I?. Hockerthis week. Miss Lestie Hayes, of Rochester, is will begin school at the Williams The bride is a lovely and culA. C. Yciser has been absent from Success to the Rhitiii.icwn is the . the truest ol Mrs. J. P. McKenney. Schoollhouse next Monday. tured lady ami has a wide citric of school a few days on account of sickness, wMi of X Mrs, C. M. Taylor and son, Ernest, A. L, Rowe 1ms just returned frpm friends, Ci.imvx .JL""lgl'I fV 'Ml LJI.UUPJJ-'- .' JM".'WJ"Jt1'W njenl a few days In Rochester last week. Mrs. J. U, Nave and daughter, Miss Bessie and Misses Viola-- Pittlc and Annie Kenftow, Messrs. Ed Darnes, Hiram Maddox and Ed liar-ras- s left on the early train Sunday Morning lor the World's Fair. Ered Taylor, V, O. Austin, J. M. Hudson, nnd Dick Tilford left at 1:30 p. m. D.J. Rhoads is clerking in Mr. Tilford's store while he is away. Miss lictilah Taylor is on the sick list this week. Mrs. R J. Daniel, who has been quite sick lor several days, we are glad to say is able to be out again. Mr. A. 1). Taylor's residence is uearing complcti m. Mrs. D. J Colenion went to Rock-poTuesday. Miss Ethel Riley, ol Illoomficld, Indiana, has been visiting Miss Lottie I) truard. Miss Rosa Taylor went to Hirtford Wednesday. Ui.uiMivr.n Ciiickkn. rt ' ' .LI'' TUa-- e ITigtob is I u'-- jwijaawMjjijUjiwi aa. 'f 1"? nr--f .i,m . v-aa -- A.t !KaJfa.a."s. A Ride, Some lire Buggies t special prices. Call on They howlfor Silver or Gold at Washington. We are Doing the Same Here! Hockkii Co. Wo arc in urgent, need of both, with a lot Currency thrown in. T Orders from headquarters compel us to inaugurate a ter sale of Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Gents Furnishing Goods, etc., order to raise the cash. We will comply with their orders. We havs not the time to quote prices. Call and inspect both prices and quality. It will benefit you. HOW CAN THEY BEAT U8? The Latest Novelty in Clothing OF Beaver Dam two-third- s TWO PAIR PANTS WITH EVERY SUIT DEPOSIT BANK DON'T TAIL TO SEE THEM! 1 Entire stock of Boys aiuL Children's Clothing, Ginghams, this Calicoes, Cottons, Boots, Shoes, etc., also, included fice sale. Everything must go. We.need the cash. NO .... ... ... .,, ., REMEMBER, REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED A saving of 50 per cent, guaranteed on all purchases. Don't lifetime. With many thanks lor past patronage and kindly soliciting a continuance of same, we Yours Respectfully, remain, miss this sale, 'tis a chance of to-da- y M. M. KAHN s, The house that laughs at opposition and defies competition. ' Attorney at Law. -J-- C. old-time- J. D. WILLIAMS o, General - Blacksmith., Beaver Dana., A SPECIALTY. All kinds ot Repairing done on short' notice and at most reasonable rates. a. Agent for the Kansas City Complete Circuit, All Steel, Mounted Hay Press, Dise Harrows, Osborne Mowers and Rakes. - Come to Hartford n. con-nect- SPRING OPENING OF v . C. L. Field's car Buggies just from tlie Davis Carriage Company. lae-gini- were-marrie- d to-da- : -- So come and judge for yourself; ;'M rt(w0?' i J- -1 LIHL1I.SJL 1 ' I. U.JI'.J-Uli.ll- W Confidence Restored. The feeling of timidity that has PEH30NAL Miss Lyclii Wnlkcr'is in froni Owensboro. Owensbo-ro- . 7 proved so disastrous to commercial ventures is sure to be at an end whenever Mis. .Ann Bennett has returned ' UNCERTAINTY OVERCOME IS And the public allows itself to feel assured that it can once more trust mankind, AVD INTB9B1T70F FR0MISE1S MMKTMNED. Meanwhile, owing to the unprecedented stringency in the money markets, cash is still WORTH ITS FULL VALUE Valuable and serviceable Goods that are on the shelves must be moved. 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 comprcf-itplete sacrifice of hoped-fo- r . They offer their entire line of Summer goods at Cost. s. PAIE IBIROS. -- z CO. Steve Woodward, Bcda, wns in town Tuesday. M. P. Kiinblcy, Ceralvo, called to .see us Monday. Miss Jessie Ford returned from Louisville Saturday. Miss Kva Morton is spending a few days in Inilsvillc. Charley Godshaw, Bcda, was a pleas- -' nut caller Monday. Booth Swain, of Colorado, is at his old home near l'rentis. Miss Dixie Whittinghill.of Rosinc, Went to Heaver Dam Monday. Dr. J. II. Roach, Magan, made our oflbe n pleasant call Monday. Jim Felix has accepted a position with C. L. Field, the livery man, V. D. D. Stevens. Kinderhook, made our office a pleasant call yesterday. Mrs. J. F Fogle was the guest of W. II. Taylor and family Wednesday night. G. C. Westcrfield is attending the G. A. R.F.ncampmentat Indianapolis, Indiana. Miss Mabel King, of Centcrtown, was the guest ol Miss Mary Render Monday. Misses Virgte Hocker and Addic Austin, of Heaver Dam, were in town Saturday. Miss Dora I?. Gibson, of the Heaver Dam High School, was in town Saturday. Hon. IS. I). Gufiy went to Birmingham, Alabama, the first ot the week on business. Mrs. Henry Taylor I Louisville, is the guest of W. H.Taylor and family, near town. Mrs. Evans Cornelius left Wednesday for n few weeks visit to her parents near Russellville. Misses I.ula and Bessie Cox.IIefliu, were the guests of. Miss Jessie Ford Tuesday und Wednesday. Misses PnrrisPirtlc andOma Smith, of the Washington nciglibjrhooJ, were pleasant callers Tuesday. Mrs. J. P. Morton and T. J. Morton attended the funeral of Mr. F. M. Taylor at Prentis Wednesday, J. H. B. Carson has returned from the East, where he purchased a large stock of goods for Carson & Co. Mr. William Ashby, of near Whitesville visited his nuut, Mrs. Sullengcr, at Rosinc last Saturday and Sunday. Misses Enola Westcrfield and JLula Carson went to Louisville Sunday, 5vherc they will study the art of Mil linery. Our old friend, W. H. Xewcomb, of called and renewed his near Ik-dsubscription to the Rrji'uni.iCAN Wednesday. Mrs. Judge John P. Morton and daughter, Miss Elva, visited the family of Wes Mauzy, near Beaver Dam. Monday. Mr. P. T. Wilson, one of Madison-ville'- s wc had and the have found homes elsewhere, tlie prospects are flattering for a good That R. Nelson will visit Hartford school again this fall. soon? Water is very M'nrcu heicJJ It is TI1.1t I Ltit find needs cents, per barbelling for twenty-livrel. That IS. Tmcy is the swell of the There is going to be nit ice cream schooltiousc Friday town? supper at the That M. Beau has supplanted J. R. night, the 8th, for the benefit of the Sunday School. Let everylody at- McAfee? That Bob Crowe says tend. Success to the Riii'Uiii.tCAN mid its IIonuycomii. many readers. Why Fotne people nrc always quarreling? 1minrlniilt That Will Fair never goes to see I have sold out my stock of Drugs, &c, and will remain in Cromwell on- nny girl? ly a few weeks. Those who nrc inThat Evan Cornelius' foot lms about debted to me will please call nnd set- gotten well? tle their account ot once. Why Dr. Williams likes to visit Very truly your friend, Hartford? H Jt J. S. Montac.I'i:. Why Dr. Pittlc goes to the country m every Sunday? Net Free. I have set my son, Alex Wright, That C. J. Dunn says he would like fiee, to contract and be contracted to see his old girl? with as a lrec man, to sue and be That Hsbe Matthews will take a vasued, and I will not be responsible cation this fall? for any of his contracts. That there will be a wedding in At.kx Wmoiit. Hartford right soon. August 24, 1893. 5 3t m That "Bat" Nail says he is still in NilW l.OBi. the laundry business? The undersigned agent for John A. That litu Smith is a good looking Rcitz & Sons, will make n limited bachelor, and very jolly? number of contracts for logs, and will That tight shoes arc the cause of so be in Hartford as much as possible, many women feeling tired? on Mondays and Saturdays of each That Henry Williams wjshes he W. II. Mookk. week. was ten years younger? We will furnish yon with the best That ths party was enjoyable at the ol feed, the best of conveyances and Hartford House last week? good rigs, at reasonable prices and Why school teachers nearly always earnestly solicit your patronage. marry one of their pupils? CASi:nu;n & Burton. That P. L. Berkshire will attend school here in the spring? Itu'iHcim IHntrlct Contention. That Hartford College has twenty; The Republican Senatorial Conven c boarding students? tion of the District composed of Ohio, Muhlenburg and Butler counties, Tint Frank Felix says he hasn't nut in the Masonic Hall at Beaver shot an owl for over a year? Dam, on Septembei 7, at 1:30 p. 111. Tint a dude can see more with one The house was called to order dy eye than he can comprehend? Chairman Wood Tinsley, of Ohio That J. R. McAfee has ceased to county. Col. J. S. R. Wedding, of walk the Beaver Dam road? Why Lon Render smiles every time he issues a marriage license? That Dr. White is having his horse trained for the races this fall? That Henry Carson says he gets left every time he sends n card? Why G. B. Likens has quit going down to inspect the Water Mill? That we didn't have a show last Saturday but will have one soon? That John Vaught is still in the push at a certain place in town? That Judge Hawkins says he wasn't "in it" at the Convention Monday? That a Greenville boy got left very badly in Hartford not long since? strike ff families that 'i 1 t DO YOU KNOW "WSZXILmJLm 3B73 &lTEl.TUjSJX BEFORE .hit PUILie e All of our NEW FALL GOODS will be opened by September 12. Our stock will.be complete with the BEST and FRESHEST the Eastern markets furnish, in every line. Something NEW you will find in that well known Dress Department of oura, tho product of Europe's and America's moat successful manufac Silks for Pall! turers. All the choicest intentions for Fall wear arc here in rich profusion. The freshest ideas in all of the new weaves nnd colorings, in First Offerings For Fall New Designs! grades from the cheapest to the best, at absolutely 4-- New Colorings! New Fabrics! tlic very lowest prices. Wo do not etart the season by trying to see how much we can get for goods, but start ,as we Fine Qualites! Clothing end by giving you the best ty-on- In Great Variety! values your money can procure. Never before has Hartford been treated with such an immense stock ot Clothing, selected from the very best factories in New York and Baltimore. All Styles and Qualities, to suit every man and boy. times. Prices to suit the Prices To Suit Everybody! Qualities the FINEST and 'styles the LATEST in all grades. Givo us a call. WmUmBBF iw PROI'RIKTOKS- HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION. FRIDAY, SKPi'EMBEtto. V. 183I1. most prosperous young business men, visited friends in Rosine Sunday and Monday. Tint Dr. Rattlehead" thinks evJ. S. ft. WEODINQ ery girl in town is in love with him? Ohio county, was unanimously electThat an old bachslor says a man ed Chairman, and upon taking the who lives that way ought to be hung? Col Wedding delivered a ring- -' Chair That the Hartford Lecture will give ing speech which was well received n good entertainment Fair? That fi. Tracy received a present for being the ugliest young man in town? That Hilly Buckskin Hardwick is the funny man of the Court House ring? That nearly all the Hartford boys get struck on every visitor who comes to town? That Tom Morton's walks to the country are getting to be quite fre quent? . That G. B. Slack is one of the handsomest and best boys attending school? Thanking you for past favors, and liciting a continuance ol same, we are Yours to order, CL-ISO- so- T Sz CO. BIG Mr. I,. F. Woerncr has had the front II. Williams I.KADS Mrs. C. L. Field is no letter of his Shoe Store on Public Square nicely painted. Marl in Keith did the work. The O. I. C. Society was at the College Friday evening, with several of the young girls as members. Coafoilat'w. II. Williams. See the new lints at Carson & Co. Huy Mrs". your Furniture of Carson & Co. T. I. (irifiin continues very n?-l- ' Several of the bridges andculverts on the levee north of town are absolutly dangerous from worthless floors. There are many holes, some broken and worn out planks and in some instances merely n shadow of a floor. TJie peoblc ate just now hauling coal from below town .and it is very necessary that they should have at least the W. II. Williams wants your produce purchased the house in town, former- protection of safe bridges. Let the and will pay either cash or groceries. ly owned by Judge C. W. Massie. He matt whose business it is to attend to family to town Wednesday. this work get at it. rv.1 n f Ilnrnptt in vprvsiplc with moved his The people of Hartford welcome him. typhoid fever nt his home in Owens- Mr. F. M. Taylor, of Prentice, Mr. Phillip Call, a Contractor of boro. New Albany, Indiana, is at work on who has been very low of consumpTracy & Son have just received plans for a new dwelling for Attorney tion for some time, died Tuesday and some of the celebarted CLAIRKTTK H. P. Taylor on Market Street. The was buried at the Ferguson graveMr. soap house will be the prettiest in the yard on Wednesday evening. Taylor was a popular farmer, an honThe' wonderful GOLD DUST wash- country. est man and a consistent christian. ing compound is to be found at Tracy Marriage license: D. Alford to Miss The community has lost a valuable & Son's. Nora Jones; Marlin Keith to Miss Ma- citizen and the family a good husband ry Hultz; W. M. Tarrants to Miss Lu-l- a and father. Rev. Willis Smith preached an Cotiltar; J. R. Crawford to Miss at the C. P. Church Attention,, Frlemli. Adah Daird; Melvin R. Renfrow "to Monday night. To avojd delay address all business Miss Martha Kesainger; James T, for publication to Maran Keith and Miss Mary Hultz Renfrow to Miss' Rachie Kessinger; letters were nWried at the residence of J. H. Albert Sharp to Miss Docia Church. the Rrpubmcan, Hartford, Ky. m James Saturday night. The Adelphian Society was The wonderful , cures of thousands last Friday night under very of people tfiey tell the story of the Teachers pay day is the second Hood's Saturday in each month instead of favorable 'auspices. H. Pruden was merit of HoodV'Sarsaparilla. elected President; and J. I,. Brown, Cures. the first as hcrtofore. . Secretary! The Society, though TAYLOR MINEM. For anything in the grocery line small in numbers, makes it up in inHealth is generally good. . Tracy & Son They have tellect, and before long we. expect to call on The miners are having plenty ol work the freshest and best. hear from them in a public entertain- to do at present, and we hope it may ment, continue through the Cleveland AdMr. Webster Cate, of Pellville, is A couple drove through the streets ministration, for starvation has aptalking of buying the Sulphur Springs Sunday morning in a very lovesick proached the doors of many of our property In this county. arms American homes in the past few with their condition Attorney M. h. Heavrln has movsecurely locked and finally landed at months.. N , ed his law office to the County Attor-ney- .s the Clerk's office where legal permisSchool opened at this place Monday office in the Court House. sion to hitch up for life was obtained, under the management of Prof. J. L. Prof. Rogers taught our Mose Simons, of Louisville.haa a preacher to tie the knot was pro- Rogers, Mrt Forty-nin- e pupils spring school. accepted a position as salesman in M, cured and the aforesaid couple departwere enrolled, Notwithstanding the ed rejoicing. large dry goods store. M. Kahn's and-matte- r We are under many and Listing obligations to Mr. C. I. Miller for ill. some nice watermelons which he left Huy your school shoes nt Carson & at our office lost week. Co.'s When you .stop off nt Greenville be Fine cider vinegar at V. II. Will- sure to take the Williams 'Bus line. iams. It offers you a nice conveyance and Fresh Crab cider at W. II. Will. the best of attention. iams James P. Thomas, who was crippled W several months ago by a fall from a Lemonade and Milk shake nt horse, is slowly improving and will II. Williams. be out in a t time. The only place for Furnishing Goods Evans Cornelius, who accidently , is at Carson & Co.'s. shot himself through the foot about (Jo to W. II. Williams lor all kinds two weeks ago is out and will be of nice fruits and candies. able to go to work again in afewdaye Dr. Coleman is suffering from Mr, L. P. Loney, who was recenttemporary neuralgic trouble. ly appointed gauger by Collector Powers came up Wednesday. He has .Call for Anderson's Wear-forevbeen assigned to Uniontown and will & Co.'s. Shoes at Carson take charge Monday. Bring on your Produce. For the lowest prices and best terms Caksom & Co. on School Furniture and nparatus reHartford College and Beaver Dam quired by the new school law, see or High School are both flourishing. W. A. Giiison. Agt. write Shoes. Hartford, Ky. Try a pair of our Clover-lea- f Cahson & Co. W. H. Hunter, of Whitesville, has sh-jr- . of goods for the firm. Miss Mary Render, nfter several months visit home, returns Monday to Dallas, Texas, where she is teaching in the City Schools. Rev. J. A. Bennett and Avife, of the Beda neighborhood, spent several days in Owensboro this week, the guests of Col. C. M. Barnett and family. Dr. J. P. Williams, Victor Gotcs and Misses Lula Thompson and Mary Payne, of Owensbaro, attended the Crawford-Bair- d wedding Tuesday. C. M. Cole, Sulphur Springs, left Tuesday for Owensboro, where he has accepted a position with the Owensboro Wagon Works. Revs. J. R. Crawford. and Willis Smith, Misses. Thompson and Wiyne, Owensboro. and Rev.G. B McDonald, of Greenville, were the guests of Mrs. R. Vaught's Tuesday and Wednesday. Hartford's popular to barber, has made arrangements have a barbers shop open each day during the Fair nt the Fair Grounds and can accommodate you on short notice when you come to the Fair. Remember he will have a shop at the Fair Grounds. H. C. Pace, W. M. Falrrof the firm of Fair' bythe detelfateS'prtseiit: Bros. Co., left the first of the week At the close ot the Chairman's for the East to purchase a fall stock speech, A Thatcher, of Butler county, during the $37.50 SOUTHERN QUEEN $37.50 Is it possible a Top Buggy with Silver - plated Dash Rail, Seat Rail, Handles, Hub Bands nnd Shaft Tips, for above price f was chosen Secretary. On motion of W S Taylor, a Committee of two from each county was appointed on R solutions. The Chair appointed W S Taylor and F M Berry, of Butler county; Judge Fleming nnd J S Miller, of Muhlenburg county; Jo B Rogers nnd Judge John P Morton of Ohio county." While the Committee wns out the house was entertained by sensible speeches fiotu SL Stex ens nnd Hcrsch el Taylor, of Ohio county. The following Resolutions were reported by the Comtuitte: appointed to draft same: We, the Republicans of this Senatorial District in convention assembled, do our devotion to the principles of the Republican party as enunciated in the Minneapolis platform and adhere strictly to same. We point with pride to tin fact that at the end of President Harrison's Administration the country was enjoying unparalleled prosperity. We further call attention to the fact that within a few months after Cleveland's inauguration the country was plunged into the worst financial panic of modern times. We denounce and condemn the star chamber methods of pension department ofthe present administration in striking from the pension roll without notice and without cause the names of thousands of honorable nnd deserving soldiers. We denounce the Democratic party of Kentucky for wasting our resources nnd plnnging our' State in debt thousands of dollars. The resolutions were unanimously adopted. The house then proceeded to nominate candidates for State Senator. Judge Taylor nominated Hon IS D GufTy, of Hartford, in n touching speech, Jo B Rogers placed in nomination Mr C Slade Taylor, of Cromwell. Before the call of the roll of the counties, Mr GufTy took the floor and in a speech withdrew his name and asked that Mr C S Taylor alone be voted for, On motion, Mr Taylor was nominated by acclamation, The Chair appointed 15 D GufTy and James Rogers a committee to escort the nominee to the stntid, Upon accepting the nomination; Mr Taylor said he had not words to expressdiis heart-fel- t gratitude for the honors conferred on him, that he. would if necessary see every voter in the district before November, that he could throw the mantle of charity over the Democratic party, that they were responsible for the present financial distress. His sjieech was well received. J S R Wrddino, Chm'n. A TiiATCimn, Sec'y, hun-dreds.- Write for our New 80" page Catalogue AUUICS9 I of all kinds of Vehicle. That Silas Griffin has never gotten in a good humor with the editor of this column? That the flies have a good time on John Wilson's playing base-ball bald-head? CINCINNATI. THE SOUTHERN BUGGY - GO. OHIO. U. S. A. That there was a large crowd at the wedding Tuesday, and many wonder who will be the next ones? That J. II. B. Carson says: "The saddest words of tongue or pen, are those it might.have been?" That Sam Cascbier says he can whip the person who said he was going to the World's Fair last month? That C. J. Dunn wonders why some girl doesn't get struck on him, since he has such a handsome moustache? That Owen Thomas' face grows longer day by day, and if there isn't a change soon it will cost him twenty cents to get shaved? That F. M. Westerfield established a Park back of the Hartford House, and has sold the timber off of same to Dr. Alexander, who has contracted with G. W. Snell to haul it off. Mr. Win. Steele nnd the Doctor have been hunting in it and report plenty ol .. UNION. September 3. As I have not seen anything in your valuable paper from this place, I thoughts I would write lines and let the Is easy enough Jt you oaly you a few all, Uniou is not dead.world know that kuow how. We solve the Mr. Fletcber Morris is very low of typhoid. problem in the Girthie, the little daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs, ,U. S. Daugherty is quite ill at 'this writing. P The school at this place is progressing- nicely under the care of Mrs. The brightest and newsiest pa F.Ua Rogers. per in Kentucky. Send your C. H. Rogers is quite sick. address on a postal card. You Misses Luella and Emily Crowder, Vitula Baize and Messrs. John M. can havo a sample cojpy Morris, Willie Hosklns.'WHUeDaugh-ert- y and Wade Baize gave our school a pleasant call Friday evening. Come again young folks. Hurrah for the Rkpubucan. To Enow ITALL Mills ufflBNM For The ASKING ifrf"V" . u urw WtftU-mJ.I umit uk i , It Ri.ro M v.v .' u U! I'm -1 1' IS cuctliot and V t. 'l "' rri'ii .Ualorr Democratic Convention. A good sized crowd of Democrats gathered in town Monday at the County Convention. Hon. A. B. Tichettorwas elected Chairman and F. I Felix, Secretary. A Committee on Resolutions was appointed. While the Committee on Resolu-ton- s was out Judge J. S. Glenn was called upon and made an appropriate game? speech. His principal topic was the That E. Tracy has a new suit of Democratic apology for the hard clothes? . times. That Henry Osborne's- - correspondIt was then .moved and carried to ents are lew? proceed to the selection of candidates That B. Smoot says he "just loves for School Superintendent and Representee. all the girls?" B. D. Ringo presented the name of That Ab Yciser shaves himself Zebulon H. Shultz in a neat little with the meat-ax- ? speech and Col. John P, Barrett, In a That "Bat" Nail is developing infew well chosen remarks presented to a great speller? the name of Judge W. L. Hawkins. That Hartford's society is mostly Shultz carried the convention by a composed ofjnfants? big majority and was unanimously That Jim Williams is getting better declared the nominee for School Sulooking all the time? perintendent. G, B. r.iVens next presented J. M. That C. J. Dunn called oria certain yourfg lady on Mill- Street Sunday ! Porter as a candidate for Representa " " tive and I. S. Mason placed T. J. night? , Smith in nomination. Judge C. W. TJmt Col. J. S. R. Wedding has deMassie and Kditor R. Et Ringo made cided to live a bachelor. animated speecnes in seconding the That Dr. Alexander looks better , 1, j t- nununiuiuiia ui 1...U nuiiiii unu rur- iauh 0.1.1. without his moustache? ter respectively. That Bob Walker would be handThe vote resulted 60 for Porter and some if it wasn't for his face? 67 for Smith. That D. Foster Roll goes with the Messrs. Shultz and Smith made the young ladles as much as ever? usual speeches in accepting their That the Rkcuiimcan is still' tjie nominations and the Convention adjourned. most popular paper in the county? Cora I,kr. set, a ruaer Ol Baltimore. 1 . Sciatic Rheumatism Uln hardly able to. Walk. severe pain and sUKness In ny, limbs at times I consulted a physician, who pronounced my trouble sciatic Notwithstanding I took medicine, Iheumatlsm. instead ot better. I had read so of JIood'M Perfect Cure. " I aanot only wilting, but anxious to recommend Hood's BaruparlUa, I was taken wlta 4. JReUIe 4vr Pain and Stiffness . much ot Hood's BarsaparUIa's woaaerfml that I conclude J to rito tt a iahr trlaL When I was taking the Orstbotuoi count ieeis ehanaxjlorthebotlerimyappcUtetncreasedan my limbs became less sua. l have now tana lour bottles and am nanny to say I can work, as wallas ever 1 could before. 1 recommended Hood's Cures innol sneak too hUhly of Hood's HarsaparlUa. MHg. I'UUU U TOMB. (birollnft and 1 f.i.14.MU N. B. cof. Be sure to get Hood's. morcMd. HOOD'S) Hood's Sarsaparilla baa received equally aooa PlLLi CJ la Droporuon re hand made, aad perfett and appearance. 25e. per box.' w Sm': s-, j., iij "n SHE WA3 UNfiAQCP, Ami All the Other (llrU Wero InUiViled In That King. fitf KINO TO A LOVG, iHirjy"iir low. If a good woman lay you And you can't return nil hrr tenderness, trr4 Unlit nn that 1oo lot olio rim ntxivo you And )ou lonrn to loo her when liar loveli dead. He kind to Be kind In a love. fcf icaa Hartford Republican FRIDAY, KITKMHKK 8, 18!13 lining Work on Tlmr. UOMIt ASM) I'AHM. Wcnrc familiar with no calling which demands better judgment or more prompt decision than that ol the fanner, and careful study and close observation covering n long period of years leads to the belicl that success children and produces sound, healthy flesh. It keeps depends more on correct judgment as . them from taking cold and it will do the same for you to the best time to do the work of the A Stranger. ai7d thank me for calling farm, and the ability to do it at that On the Ftidav before last Christmas a Scott's Emulsion care Coughs, one thing. This lime, than any other woman entered ono of our city churches Cold, Consumption, Sersfala and 11 Anaemic and Wastiag Diseases. and inquired of tho sexton at what tlmo laculty ol correct judgment can be atteitfiorj td il." Provoati wasting in children. AW tho services would begin. cultivated, and is acquired only by ' na milk. Get only teat at palatable "Thero Is no service this morning, the genuine. rropuroJ by Bcott A those who put their minds Into their madam." 'MANU.7eTURED Bowno, Chemhti, Now York. SoIJ by work, nnd make themselves familiar "No service? This is an Episcopal all Druggists. church, and no hervico on Good Friday?" Of'LY BY not only with the ptcsent condition i "But, madam, this is not Good Friof their ciops, but also with the gen- day. That is not till March. This is as ernl laws and condition of plant Christina time." reason r.AntKd growth. This is perhaps one "Oh," ejaculated tho woman. "You CRCAT MAN. Needing a toaic or rhlMren that i ant Imlldltif must excuse me. I nm n stranger in the , ii, whv so few farmers ate successful who take lITinW.VM I II UN IIMTKIIH. lint Mko III Kmiinn i:nilre I Fell Ht city. Baltimoro News. begin fanning late in life, and try to UU', mm .Mntatln, In.llgtJ It Is Ii'svint I j.l. Una nml llllloii,ni'. All ilcalvntkevnlt. "Does Gertio mnko you leavo tho long I hcord an animated conversation iro-farm by rule. Oh, Those Ulrls. parlor to her now that you nre engaged?' Ing on at tho farther end of tho car, but No other man is called on so often "How did you liumngc to look surI ns 1 was reading I paid littlti attention II l.01'INVIM.r:,.ST. I.UUIN ti:.. H. It to change his plan of operations as prised when ho" until nn nlil fnrmrr. uit tiwr i "Oh, dear, yon" no other calling are the farmer, for in bohi nd me. oa me back from tho group v Lnii & sii lilfi, JjJ; "Girls, she has her ring nlreadvj he mid said; there so many exceptions to general is hiding her left hand." "Sally, you orter hear what that feller rules, and so many conditions vitally SCIIEIH-U- : "Oh, oh, how lovely!" IN r.KKFXT NOV. I, lsl. h sayiu! I've learned moro in five minNo. 81, No.SJ, ol the year which affecting the results "Ain't it sweet ho must love you awI ever knew hi all my life b utes than wkst ikiu.Mi. Daily. arc entirely leyond control, and olten fully to give you n ring like that," cried fore." l.v I.miiMllle ":tlu.m. C.ii i. iii. girl with tho black eyes. cannot lie foretold n day in advance. the "Who is he?" shi asked. UVM IVInl till a. m. 7:W p. in. "Ho selected tho stono und had it set Itnimlpii'-nr)"Diintio his name, but ko'a sinr.rtor'n 9.17 a. in. is a best time to do everyThere :7 p. m. after a design of his own," laid tho newft steel trap." . Irtlnxt"ti .l a.m. S 37 p. in. thing, and the nearer we can come to ly aflinnced, blnshing. "Ho said I should Si'plicnH.rl lu.zi a. in. 9.21 p. ni. "What' he n:y in-- " doing our work at that time thegrent-e- r not" have one just liko anybody else." C1irrirl "Well, it's all nboijt teiences and IMIa.m. 9.IS p. m. "How lovely of him! Did you ask the ItnwpM llli11:11 a. m. In.lup, m things. He Lays tho sun is 1,000,000 miles our success and the mote pleasant jeweler how much it is worth?" asked I.wipnr!. ll:Vin.in. 10.31 p. in nearer tho earth than it used to lie." will our work be. In order tliut he the girl with tho straight nose. "Susie 1.': in p. in. 11:11 n. ni i Owrrf!ro "1 don't believo it," sho bluntlv re do the farmer pretended that hers was too large and Clara (after her souk) Did mv voire may know what to SllttMlll.oi p. in. I'.M m. plied. r. IIit.Ii rxn ii. 12 20 a.m. should personally inspect every part took it back on purpose to find out how fill the ro;:n? "What's tho use?" ho "1 Prunella No. It emptied it. Truth. much Wilson hud paid for it, and. would No. fti, No.M, of his farm often, and know just the you believo it, ho hadn't got it at the didn't beliuvu it cither until I heard him KIST KOI'Mi. .Kill). llai'jr talk. Como up luid listen." esft rent l.ueli. condition of his crops. This is place ho told her!" l.v. 7.15 h. in. 3. I.lp. Ill rvi "I don't keer about tho cim." "I can tell n story of n man who wa "How mean!" cried the girl with the 7::i7 a. In. T3T p. ni. pecially true where there are diversi Hili.il 31. DKIVKK, Manager. Oppose Citv Scales. "But you orter. Tho sun has got a Owrii..jrit slim waist, "ho know sho would do that lucky," said u business man to a group S:27 a. in. 4.2A p. m. fled products, but it applies also ncar- heap to do with our farm, I gwi. Do Wfido work us cheap ns anybody, qimlily concidcrctl. Repairing nnd Lew lport 14 p. in H.oua.in. and. did it on purpose so el'o wouldn't of story tellers. "In tho early days of you know how much air you breathe in lv all the work of the farm. We have know what he iiaid for it." tlrtwt TtlIe the gold excitement in California there !.M . ni. 4: p. in epuiiitiug donepniinpily. (live us a call. HUGO IKS FIIO.M $:!" UP. ... It'll a.m. rinirrprt came to San Diego n man who was sick at every breath?" p m. known farmers plan to to put "Of course; men are so shy." "All I want to." m. :I9 p. m. Mplinrr "But wasn't that lovely of Jack? I nm almost to death. He was taken in hand in a week or two soon after haruest in Iitlnuton "Of coum but he'll tell you jot how ll.Wa. ni. 7.U4 p. in, fed and fixed up. Ho story Uraii-lto the field, and suro u man with n mustache like that and wonderful find of gold told a made. many feet. It's the li.tcrestingest tiling drawing out manure 11:21 a. m. 7.11 p. m of n ho had would make a delightful lover." Wwl 1'iilnl Iin" p. in, n p. in to liegiu the work under very favora"But, Effie, how did he know the size?" It was only a few days off, ho said, and I ever heard. You don't know how fur W. I.ulliM.lle !." p. in. i w p. m ble conditions, the manure dry and "Oh, ho borrowed one of my rings; of he would take, a party to tho place if it is to the moon, but he's got it riitht down to miles and nxlr. You don't Tnlni No. 41 an-- l Nn. t, itnkc M comparatively light to handle, nnd course I knew what it was for, though I they would outfit. Irvinfoii (SiiijJjr "Several men who heard the story of know why there's u t'u!o hi tho vitli traiiiami Loiil pretended not. I was awfully glad he the land solid so that full loads could Uid but ho does. He bin tell you exactly IIK !lrlml.ilrk- - A Wr.trrn II. II., rant an. not select the one that Phil gave me." the great gold in the mountains that was many bono you be easily drawn out by the team and "I should think so! But aren't you theirs to go after got np a party of 50. howknows inorb in have in your lxxly.- et tniinil. II. C,innlirr hrnrmntlcni, MlJrrM UuItliUK,(ffii. IVr n illicit than our postThe start was made with tliut man as Ho without any damage to the land. Altafraid that it will bo stolen?'' l.miUullf, Ky, "Yes, indeed; I keep that hand under leader. After u few duvs' travel it be master does in n week. Como alo::-,- ' and er one or two days there comes a hear him." came evident that the man had forgotten the pillow at night!" Now, each ton of maheavy rain. I followed after nnd found a very "Well, a ring like that is positively the way. They traveled on, trusting to STOPPED FREE nure holds several hundred pounds of economical; it is such n saving in gloves," luck, however. Indians were hostile at plainly dressed and common looking man Inuaa Pansat R.iinr. holdin-forth to five or tix passengers tho time, and they started in to mow the water, the wheels cut down, making wild the girl with tho black eyes. Dr.KLlNE'B GREAT "Yes, indeed, but what I like best is gold hunters. They picked off ono after who hadUu athucd cronttd hiui. As ws heavy work for the team and causing came up was saying: the fact that nobody clso ever had one another with their bullets. A score were um&.S7.t.taV?;.7j;sT the land to plow up rough and clod "Durin;; tho 70varj of man's iillottid thus taken off. Then a fever struck the liko it." v7v;.Tr;;.,irllr,';,'f: life tho heart performs alKiut tho name dy, and this is the golden opportuni,7.EV'W'.'lu,i','",l' As sho spoke tho newly affianced party.nnd 11 moro went tho way of death. KH.??: i irv- - . u cf vork in circulating tho blood "By this timo the 10 survivors were ilvlltlZ ty to plow; the land turns up moist walked over to tho girl with tho golden '2 horsepower i::gino would do if crazy with rage. They had been 14 days tbat h and mellow, the rain has cooled the hair, who had all this time been looking run day night for II! years T mouths out and were traveling in tho window. air so that the horses can work stead- idly out of thowant to ceo my ring, An- country. Food was growing most arid r.nd 1 days. You see, tho heart" less and "Don't you "Good lands, but I've seen that feller ily all day with ease. Yet under preOn the nie?" sho asked with a note of triumph less, nnd death faced everybody. afore!" interrupted tho farmer's afternoon of tho fourteenth day tho leadcisely these conditions we haveknown in her voice. CENTKAL CITV, KY. Thog.v:ut man turned tohee who had "Thanks, dear," was tho smiling reply, er, who had caused so much misery, was farmers to keep on laboriously draw"I am glad you liko it so much. By the given three days more to find his gold rrokc:i, u:id h'.u raUed her hands and 17. R. fAXON, PROPRITOR.! ing manure through the mud, and a way, you must be very careful of it, the 'find.' If he was not successful by that continued: "Now I'm sure of it! Why, hu's the j week or two later, with mercury at 95 setting is not very secure I lost the time, he was to haug. Has just been repaired uml neily "Well, the three days had almost tin peddler who cum clung ntiout four degrees and the land dry and hard, stono onco or twice while I was wearing s:go and not only cheated mo iu fumishetl. passed, and still thero was no sign of the Located close to Depot. g they were their teams it last year." paper bagj, but he sold mo Then, in tho midst of a silence which find. The last hour was almost up. It weighing s to plow indifferently half as much conld be heard, Good meals or lunch Give sho turned again to the seemed that the man must hang. There three tin pansvhich Icnkcd all over the land in a day as they could have window. Chicago Tribune. it a trial. were only fivo minutes more, now two cellar afore ho got out t' tight." Tho pvat man fell. Every ono saw-thminutes, now ono minute, now half a plowed perfectly and with ease under ho was iruilty, nnd-aturned nway minute then camellia luck. Just as the A I'lous TliouEht. the favorable conditions for this work Little Marjorio is by no means fond of timo was up for hanging that man droti-Ie- and left him to his tl'.sjrace all but the which might have been taken advanvictim of hii wiles, fc'ho crooked her dead." going to church. Sho has to sit too still , forefinger ut liini and paid: tage of. "I don't seo how ho was lucky." nnd "the man" talks somo things she "Thorn puns was lcveu c;utj apiece! "Why," said tho business man, "ho was will pulverize his wheat cannot yet understand. One farmer C.T "And when you can't understand what lucky because if ho hadn't died he would Giuims cents!" land each day as he plows, when it Ho counted out the change, and sho have been hanged." Tucoma News, will crumble at a touch, and when a tho minister means you must remember put it into her bagamong tho fried cakes that ho is talking about good and beautiGKKAT VALUE FOK LITl'LK MONKY. WEKKLY NEWS OF THE and boiled eggs, und us sho b.it down man and team can prepare an acre in ful things, and you must make up your Coins Away. Mio remarked: her Ho had been worshiping her for an hour; another leaves his field to mind to think of something good your "If this happs:i3 to stop hh months, but had never told her, and she WOULD I'OK A THIFLE. dry and bake into clods, and must self." engine from worltin, I can't help That day Marjorio was very quiet in didn't want him to. He had come often Them coiisariicd tin pcJUcrs licv spend three times as much labor to church, nnd her mother praised her for and staid lute, very late, and she could it. cluv.tiu mo fur the last CO yenrs, and only sigh and hope. He was going away bin produce an inferior seed bed. it on tho way home. I huiu't goin no We have written on this subject for "I did just as you told me," said tho tho next day on his summer vacation, man! Why,to Rtiiud it you more! Great don't know and he thought tho last night was the nmvEKN the reason that we recently spent sev- weo maid. "I thought of something time to spring the momentous question. 'nnff to cum r.i when it rains!" Detroit A twenty-fou- r good." page journal, is tho leading Republican family paper ol LOUSVILLE and MEMPHIS, eral days on a farm where quite a vaHe kept it to himself, however, until the Free Press. "What was it, dearie?" the United States. It is fi led with uitercetiug muling matter lor every last thing. It was 11:30 by tlfo clock, riety of products are grown, and were WITH "Apple pie." imnshine. .Iiiftt tlie Oppiiftite. member ol a country family. It is u NATIONAL FAMILY PAPER, and and it was not a very rapid clock. much interested in the management PULLMAN BUFFET Sleeping Cars' gives all the gcucral news ol the United Slates ami tho world. "Miss Mollie," ho said tremulously, "I A Mean Man. It gives the at a most critical time. Flooding rains am going away tomorrow." First Broker Of all mean, despicable, events ol foreign lauds iu a nutshell. Its AGRICULTURAL department FROM AND TO had lallcn so that nothing could be dishonorablofellows, I think Qtiotem "Are you?" sho said, with the thought is has no superior in the couutry. Its MARKET REPORTS are recognized I.OVIHVII.I,K.NF.NPIIII,Vll'KNIirH lessness of girlhood, as bIio gazed wistdone for a week, nnd as the entire tho worst. UATON KOIJK.nnil XKVT ORI.KAKT, fully at tho clock. authority in all parts of the land It has separate departments for THE Second Broker Von don't say so! spring has been wet and backward all "Yes," ho replied. "Aro yon sorry?" What has ho done? FAMILY CIRCLE and OUR YOUNG FOLKS. Its HOME AND the tvork of the farm was in a back"Yes, very borry," sho murmured. "I First Broker He made ward state. Kvery foot of cultivated that last flurry, and now a big pile in thought you might go away this evenThe Quick and Desirable Route SOCIETY columns command the admiration ol wives and daughters. Its he's going to general pit itical new, editorials ami discussions are comprehensive, linlliaut laud on the farm needed work just as retire from business nnd live on tho ing," then she gazed at the clock wistTO AND TOM ho toll soon as it would do to stir, and on money instead of giving his old truonnd fully, and Pre&j. her good night. Deand exhaustive. A special contract enables us to oiler this splendid journal Sow York riiUat'elpMit Itnltimore troit Freo U'anhltiKton Norfolk Old I'nlut much of it if neglected for just a day tried friends on 'change a fair ehauco to and THE REPUBLICAN get it away from him, Kicluntind llutfnlo CluvelnncJ WhM lo You Take Medicine i'nr? or two longer the crop could scarcely Tiilclo Chicago IndlaiiHioli( Because you are sick, and want to Cincinnati LouUvillu be saved. There was an eigths acre of AilvUint: 111 in. Eastern and Northeastern Points A certain minister whoso health had get well, ol course. onions, a half acre of newly set strawand Memphis Vlcksrmrg Union Kongo Then remember, that Hood's CASH IN ADVANCE. berries, an acre and a half of melons, been impaired by too close attention to New OrlcsiK Mobile l.lltlu Kwk Hot his duties in u largo parish applied to his Cures. two acres already set in sweet potaSpring and p:!nti in West Tennea-se- o physician for counsel. All wcask is, that in takingllood's The regular subscription price ol the two papers is 82.25. toes and plants and land waiting for SubscripTrxhs Arkansas MUflitippI "Go gunning, dominie! go gunning!" Louisiana and tl.u tiuulli and another ncre, an acre and a half of was tho ndvico ho received. "It will Sarsaparilla you will do so with pertion in y begin at auy tinit. Address nil orders to "Miss Belle, I am but I hnvo 0110 severance equally or approaching the ttOUTIIW&ST. Irish potatoes and still a few acres of help you. and it won't hurt tho birds." million in lxniils. Do you Chicago Standard. tenacity with which your com ilaint think I am governmentyon" corn to be planted. When the weathtoo old for The Hi e ib thoroughly equipped and id has clung to you. It takes time and er showed signs of clearing an extra "No, indeed. You'ro ill Hint 10 years condition, and provides nn excelHeading Her llrr. too young!" Life. care to eradicate old and force of help was engaged, every spot lent arrangement in timo nnd through jar A fkatukk is the time and convenience maladies, particularly when they have of the farm was carefully inspected, A fjueer Caiie. Hartford, Kentucky. secured by the Limited Kxpress Trains. been so long hidden in the system nnd the exact condition of the crop 1 was onco iu danger from a "When that they have become chronic. Re- Hon," said an old African explorer, "I Only a night's ridk between iouUvlllo ascertained, and as fast as any of the tried sitting down and staring ut him, and Memphis, ui.d tho best and quickest member, that all permanent and posland became dry enough to work it service between tho two eitleovir offered. Write your name and addre-- s on a postal card, send it to Geo. W. ns I had 110 weapons," itive cures are brought about with s anil nil dculreil informawas worked. The sweet potato ridges Ticket, "How did it work" asked his com- tion securtd Ljr iijlyinK lo J. U.TIetienor Best, Room 2, Tribuuo Building, New York City, nnd asumplo copy ol the reasonable moderation. Hood's Sardried out first so as to be mellowed, a panion. ARemnt Renter Itain, or NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE will bo mailed to you. hand-plosaparilla attacks disease vigorously "Perfectly. Tho lion didn't even offer onwas run through the T.B.Lyccb, Gaa'2 Pin, ir,tLoo;.Tille. Sr. to touch me." and never leaves the field until it has ions to loosen the surface and stop "Strange! How do yon account for it" conquered. the weeds from coming up, an imr "Well, comotiiues I've thought it was ; proved hat row loosened the surface of bocauso I sat down on tho branch of a One word describes it "perfection." very tall trco." Golden Days. the corn field, and so each plot was Miss Whlrlsfait Your shoes aro very We refer to De Witt's Witch Hazel taken at the liest time, and nothing pretty, dear. How much wero they? A National Air. Miss Van Pelt Only fu. But thoy are was left to suffer, and a very few Salve, which cures obstinate sores, The Hostcfs 0 glad you came, dear moro expensive signorita. During the evening 1 do hope days made a wonderful changelor the Brooklyn Life. in tho larger sizes. burns, skin diseases and is a well you will lit us hear your charming better nd the crisis was soon over. voice. known cure for piles. L. B. Ukan. There were crops on this farm which Ill Name Didn't Save lllm. Signorit.i Clngcrlini (from La Scala) I I I When Admiral de Horsey, who some a delayof three days would have nearYou nuttairo me. uiudnmc. I shall be Wn tiled I r years ly ruined, or at least would have fleet ugo had command of tho Britisl. One or two of good pop- - most pleased to cfr j. Yes, I vill sing. in tho Pacific, warf tho admiral ol (Wi'.'.i polite ir.ptnrc) I vill sing yonr quadrupled the labor of cleaning, and tho north Atlantic squadron, lie wai lar lumber. Addtess, national air, the getting this work done on time one evening dining on shoro ut Pori 1 A, A.MF.S& Co., Chicago Record. justified the extra expenditure for Royal, Jamaica. On returning to hit 5 tf Owensboro, Ky. Not lliinueioiu. help, for each days work counted for flagship alone after dinner, his way tc the boat led across the barrack square. Lane's medicines move the bowels Careful Iloiihekeeper Ilnvcyou boiled four. A black sentry of one of tho West India very day. In order to be healthy tho drinking water? It is unnecessary perhaps to give regiiflents halted him at tho gate with, this is necessary. Faithful Servant Yes'in. further examples.but we suggest that "Who goes dart" Great was the ad"And sterilized tho milky" miral's annoyauco to And ho had negiYes'm." our readers study careful this question lected to get the password beforo leaving Uyoa can afford to be annoyed by "What is this in tho coup?" of "doing work on time," as it is oc tho ship. "That's all right," ho said "Oh, that lnu't. no bacillus, mum. sick headachy and constipation, don't of great profit to the farmer. carelessly, hoping to overcomo tho man'i York Week-luse De Witt's" Little Early Risers for Thut is only a roach."-N- ov scruples by indifference, "you know hey will cure them. L. B. Bran. Tinirlinl Ihellrnrl. who I am." "Dunno nobody, sar," reA Duuble Alntlvn. When the heart is aiTccted by Kheu-matisplied tho man pompously. "You can't "Don't movo, Laura. Thero'a a mosornny of the muscles near go in dar." "Why, I'm Admiral dc DKCVKXXKHH, or tho 1.1110311 quito on your cheek." (Crushes it.) that organ, it is like tampering with Horsey." "Well, you can't go in, I don" HABIT Cnred nt Home In TenDnys "Thank you, George. You are very caro if yon's Admiral do Donkey." Arbjr dmliiUlerlna; Dr. Maine) an electric wire, tor death may come gonaut. kind." Golden Npeclfle, at any moment. If life is worth it, "Kind? Not exactly, dear. The IuII can lw ulven in a xta of beer. scupofcoftVe That Old Feud. sect had aroused my envy." Chicati Ko tj the druggist and get Drum-mondor (en, or in lood, without tho knowledge, of tlie She was a very youthful bride and had Lightning Remedy for Rheu- just gouo to housekeeping, Ono day a patient. II is uhnolutely Imrmlean, and will alltt't Tribune. Ve are manufacturers of Bug3le3, Carts Surries and Carriages, and deal directly with Vntimbls Tlmo Lost. matism, or send to the Drumtiioiid girl frinnd ran iu to have a llttlo gossip a pennnnent and eedy cure, whether the lienl l a inojereniic drlnkerornn alcoholiu n reck. Our prices are reasBriggs Did you have a nice timo last the consumer, thus saving him the per cent, usually paid to middle men. Medicine Co., 48.50 Maiden Lane, and found her iu tears. It hu Wen given In thousand caiei, and in e. Is tho matter, Nell?" she asked try cane a Tfec-- cure liai followed It never night at tho reception? "What Respectfully, onable, and we guarantee satisfaction. New York, und they will send you a . Urlgtfs Not at first. anxiously, alii. The nyntem once linprexnated with the large bottle by express. It is not as Drlgij- s- What was the matter? "I have had a serious dlf difference," peclne, it Uiomea an utter Impossibility for the Griggs 1 lost nearly 110 minutes tryquick as electricity, but it will save sobbed tho bride. liquor appetite In eiltl. Cures gnarntee.1. 48 ing to tlnd the punchbowl. Detroit Free page lioolt of particulars free. Address the "Not with Jack" your life if you take it in time. Ag'ts Press. Q, 1M AC'B ajlreei "No, with tho cooking stove," and she wanted. Owen boro; Ky, showed her friend n bad bum on her hand. Bostou Herald. I J Tlio oilier girls had been talking nlwul her, and when sho came in smiling nnd r llttlo bolf conscious thoy clustered eagerly about her. "Did ho leave you at tho door?" queried the girl with tho slim waist. "Shall you call him John. or Jack''1 asked the girl with the black eyes. "Oh, do tell me, did ho kiss you before or after ho proposed?" fluttered tho girl with tho straight no. "Oh, girls, I" "Did ho say ho had never pronoed tc n girl before?" "Of course ho did why, tho marriage positively wouldn't be legal if he didn't eay that when he proposed!" "Did he say that he loved you as man never loved woman before?" "Did he go about asking your fathct as If he had ever dono it before?" "Oh, girls, yon" "I knew you wero engaged by the wa in which you took his arm last evening.' "And I knew it by tho fact that hodlil not go away to stnoko with tho othei men after dinner." "Wheiwlld ho first" "Do tell us what ho" "Girls, girls, I" - WU?"!Y0ttK a wonderful remedy, which is alike beneficial to you and your children. Such is Scott's Emuhiou of Pure Norwegian Cod Liver Oil and Hypophos-phite- s of Lime and Soda. 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