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OFFICIAL OROAV OF TEE igawa nj.u.u.jLiiaaja V't fiA The KEl'UltlilGAN - and Courier-Journa- l both one yeur ior only $1.75. TERMS S..25 I, ROGERS, Mliito. 4 MITT IN TEE FOORTE CONCESSIONAL DISTRICT, hi Amm, la Aimci, VOL. VI. HABTFOKD, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1893. I'eople'n l'nrtjr Heal oiitlon. Report ol the committee on resolutions, reported' to the mass convention of the People's Party, held nt Hartford, Ohio county, Ky., August 7. '893: We, your committee on resolutions, beg leave to make the following report: Rn.sof.sr,n,tst.Thiit we approve the call of this convention to select a candidate for Representative in the Legislature. 2. That we cordially invite the voof ters ol Ohio county who, irrespective of previous party affiliations, believe in and desire reform, to unite with us, the only true Reform party in these slaugh-United States. Rksolvkd iurther, That we condemn the extravagance oi our lost State Legislature in the establishment of higher salaries for almost all the State officials, and the appropriation of $100,000 to the World's Fair at Chicago. And Iurther, that we demand retrenchment of the expenditures in both State and county offices. Further that we favor the theory of our present common school system, nnd would like to see it made more effective. And further, that we favor the present county prohibitory law, and would have it enforced. 3. That we still favor the free and unlimited coinage of both gold and American silver, at the present ratio of 16 to 1. "SJSZltlcLO-VL-- t 4. That we oppose the repeal of the Sherman silver law, except it be with a better measure in its stead. 5. That the present financial condition is precarious and dangerous to the business interests of the country in general, and we condemn the policy of the Administration, which is in the interest of Wall Street and gold gamblers, nnd in direct violation of every principle of justice and fairness to the sacri- producers oi this country, and we bein lieve that Mr. Cleveland and Mr. Carlisle ought to be impeached for refusing to coin silver sufficient to redeem the treasury notes, according to the provisions of the Sherman law, which notes they contiue to redeem in gold, thereby doing all in their power to place a premium on gold, and force the repeal of the Sherman law and make gold the only money. That we view with alarm the acts of the last Congress, the most extravagant and reckless the world has ever seen, and we condemn the act that adds $100 per month to the salary of Congressmen under cover of cleric hire, and believe it is unwarranted by the Constitution and in direct viola tion ol that principle which forbids members of Congress passing laws to increase their own salaries, during their term of office or to accept the emoluments of said office they helped Mail otdcrs promptly attended to. to create. Would kindly request parties send- , Further, that a copy of these resoluing same or inquiries to enclose stamps tions be forwarded to the National as goods are sold at less than cost. Watchman, Washington, D. C. and a copy to Hons. A. B. Montgomery and C. S. Blackburn, and a copy to the Hartford Herald and one to the Hartford Rp.Puni.iCAN for publication. fng's paper, I think, a smttii rosci;i!:i i mm tilt) hpcecittit lnssteens i.'nt his cry was rtrownod by Ihe roar and a rubber doll, when I began to sco ns they f.ow around tho course; how he of the car and tho remnrks of Mr. Reed ) J. P. Mittrit, B. F. Waliace, that the sun was rapidly remo ing tho kept his temper even when Messala gave us ho slapped tho off mule with his Com. shado from the lawn and putting it over tho Jew's beautiful hoites n cut its he A. G. HoumooK, I hat and exclaimed: on the north side of tho honse. passed them, with his "Down, Eiosl Up, "Well dono! Homo tomorrow nnder I mowod down tho old rusty urche3 of Mars," But when tho moment, the su- tho Mack lent home! On, Antores! Statu op Ohio, City oh Toledo ) a forgotteu croquet set and got mad eight premo moment, arrived, when On, Aldebaranl" Lucas County. times and started a tumor at tho plncs nil clo was silent, uddioJMjd hU hoiscs: a grand sight. It wii3 whero I rested tho handle of tho wutver "On. Atairl On. Illgell What, Frank J. Cheney makes oath that do-- t against my person. Tho hotter I got thou linger now, j;ood horse! he is the senior partner of the firm tho less I knew. I alined ut first to just Oho, AMcbaran! I hoar thcin ringing in of F.J, Cheney & Co., doing business fool with the machine awhilo and quit, the tents. I hear the children singing in the City of Toledo Ohio, County and but as I went on und overheated my nnd the women sing of tho stars, of Atair, judgment I mowed down u bed of mi- Alitarcs, Rigcl, Aldehuran. Victory, and State aforesaid, and that said firm will gnonette and somo tuberoses that wcro tho wing will never end. Well done! pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED just beginning to bear. Homo tomorrow under the b'ack tent-ho- mo. DOLLARS for each and every case of I would havo mowed down ft traiuload On, Autare-i- l Thu ttibo is waitCatahkh that cannot be cured by of fresh air fund Children if they had ing for in. and the master is wailing! como my way, but that's nothing. AnyTisdone! TIs donol Ha, ha! Steady. the use of Hall's Catauuu Cure. body would dotliafif they had over met Tlio work is tlouo. Soho. Steady I" FRANK J. CHENEY. a fresh air fnnd outfit ulono ou tho road. Rov. Myron W. Rco.l.tnd Jains Whit-comSworn to before me and subscribed Well, that'll tho same way I yodo tho Riley ono afternoon about the in my presence, this the 6th day of bicyclo, only I concealed myself whilo timo of tho publication of,"Ben-Hur- " practicing. Then I went at it on rainy went out to dino with Georgo Ilitt of The December, A. D. 1886. days. It was iu thu barn. I enjoj o.l it Journal at Indianapolis nud camo home some, though nt times I knocked tho in tho evening full of "Ben-IInr.- " Thoy A. W. GLEASON, j seal. I rafters n little to ono side with my head. took ft aurfuct) cur drawn by a pair pi I boon learned, too, to cany iu ono hand moth eaten mules. It was qnlto a ride Notary Public. a heavy club witli which to knock over from Hitt'a chateau to thu, Dennisou the machiuo whenever it hopped ou mo House, and so, as tho car was unoccupied Hal's ICatarrh Cure is taken interexcept by two colored ladies named whilo I was down. nally and acts directly on the blood Next I learned how to repair my wheel Trask, who lived acrosi tho track Elols and mucous surfaces of the system. if tho pneumatic the got punctured and and Pearl Trask they talked freely. Send for testimonials, free. let tho ( liinato out. You carry u littlo Shortly after theto two gentlemen got kit of things, gum und things, also a 'on tho car stopped, nud tho driver went F. J. CHENEY Sc CO., Toledo, O. MOUSING MOW, A plumber's fnrnaco by u strap over your back to set ft switch or recover his whip, f"Sold.by all druggists, 74c. tho car stables I think they went shoulder, with your vest pockot full of but soon it moved on in tho darkness. charcoal, uud then when your pneumatic gaining speed ns th6 grade seemed gently, eight times, and it is said that thoso Urea test on Earth. tire gets a hole in it and looks liken pink descending, till directly tlio Misses Trask saiuo mnles novcr run away any more tlmt. You can leavo them standJames M. Brooks, Washington Ave., tight iu the hands of the sheriff you get began to gigglo and look sort of appreoil tho wheel at tho roadside, uud tho hensively toward tho front of the car. ing at n crossing now whilo you go away St. Louis, Mo., makes affidavit that children of tho district school como and Mr. Reed looked, too, and discovered that to Siberia, und when you comeback they he suffered from Rheumatism for years stand by your side wliilo you fix it. there was no driver. Moreover, tin will bo there. rv Below I givo poom addressed to my until persuaded to try Drummond's I am not of u mechanical turn of mind, mules wcro running away. Tho pastor mado about two strides ot farm dm ing tho lato dry spell which Lightning Remedy, and that by its and so I could not find tho holo whero eight feet each and found himself 'at the visited oor plV.co: tho nir had escaped when I broke down. he has been fully restored. He says tl1 MV Piai'K AT A OIVKM POINT, Wheu yon puncture your tire, yon blow dashboard of tho car, tho lines dragglnp AM) IXJOUUtO TOWAIitl I'.OAN MOUNTAIN the remedy is the greatest on earth. into tho valve, and then, if you look soou along thu track and tho driver a inlU THE STANZAS. This is high praise, but fully warenough, you wflldef tly disco er tho uir back looking for his whip. I. ranted by other miraculous cures. If Tho Misses Trask screamed as tho cat in iho not of cscajHng. Then you heat a my upright now and thou returned to tho track with ,Oh, tho sweet potato's swelling oa piece- ol pnonmatic pelt und solder it on , Ji your druggist has not got Drumfarm, . a cruol shock, nnd Mr. as soon as possible. And tlicrsouro ood blossom feeds tuo Dee, mond's Lightning Remedy, write diI'did not realize till I was 11 miles his head through n ventilator at. thq'p. y"Au Kupa Kilos with his stronir rlcufarm rect to the, Drummond Medicine Co., Scoots the moonshine maker up a tree. home, at tho liottom of n live mile of tho car, exclaimed "HclpThelp!" twice from ' "' in rapid succession. 11. 4S.50 Maiden Lane, New York, i hill in a bed of sand aud "hit Mr. Reed, holding his hat on with .one, Oh, the sun shines lipt.on my blue grass lswn, Agents' wanted. how liard it was to find n pinhole in a tnulj goes on mlithly sad, tiro iy .watching for tho place hand, reached hylco for tho lines bonoaUi .And tlio rubber red. far my upright farm Is a dark Venetian bad. wlicro tho mean tompcraturo is escaping. atho car, and twice tho off mulo niosl And tlio eullng clay Is looking mighty All the talk in the world will not in. As night camo on and tlio children had 'put tlio pastor's eyo out with its impressionist tail. At last Mr. Reed succeeded, Tor my lawn Is as red as the 8ndy Bottom road. convince you so quickly as one trial ways toto separate and go their several i And the peach busts open on tho bough, ward home I gavo up' tho idea of repairs, and scorning the bruko ho slapped, the jVnd my long wrcli-ci- l well ot the back of my of De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve for nigh mulo ncross tho person with the ' ' carefully concealed tho machlno in n abode scalds, bums, bruises, skin affection Wants a cold, damp ton el on Us brow. swamp and rodo homo on the running' Hues, and waving hisbroad hut in tlio ail L. B. Bean. and piles. ' ho cried: gear of a farmer's wagon, on which I tv. "On, Atairl On.'RIgell What, An sadly pinched myself several times, rtever wns so drouglityslnco prior to the war, tares, dost thou linger now, good mulct 3t When the apples got so wormy on the tree, which hurt mo exceedingly. Halo to the Worlrt'a lair. tUsy was Did you ever ride ou the "reach," or Oho, Aldobaruul I hear them singing In JVnd It puziled J ou nil to know what Call on agents of the Louisville, St. for. tho tents. I hear tho children singlpg tho "bolster," or the "hounds" of a lumExcept a gnurly death to yon onu me. Louis and Texas Railway before purber Wagon aeven or eight miles in the nnd tho women singing of tho stars, of Div. chasing your ticket to Chicago. Atair, Antaros, Rigcl, Aldebarau, vicnoontide heat with your feet hanging ,31ut the batiks may bust 'n do the money cen- rect connection made with all lines down and gouging largo holes in the tory, und tho song will never end." ters harm, As tho car passed tlio corner near rood? It is equal to a straw ride among via Louisville, Good service and best I reck not a low neck clam, whero Tlio Journal offico was Mr. Riley Tor I nm content on my upright farm, asylum acquaintances. of attention shown to passengers. way I seem liko I am. again extended his head through a now And that's Referring to rides and vehicles, i am For iurther information address remindod of tho chariot' raco in "Ben-- ' place in tho roof which ho had mado I. C. MORDUE, , Everybody romqmbers his won- with Ills silk Imt and ejaculated hurHur." -As:t G. P. A.. wishes that he had riedly: Help! nelp! Help! Will no one derful picture aud Louisville, Ky. ono calls to ' derail Q.c car and eavo us'f" .boon first to write it. Evty AHowungSuccess. FAIRBANKS . Te Xilxt is oan. ..t NO. 7 PROFESSIONAL CARD. ISZedajaJm. J. Ed-wi- n IRcwe CLAIRETTE They howl for Silver or Gold at Washington. ..mOM Jim, N. IT LAW:3 HARTFORD, KY. SOAP i Wo are Doing the Same Here! (limn, J.N.R. Wrtltllnsy. Owes its REPUTATION AND VHERITS. r PURE, UNADULTERATED.ANDFOR RAPID Cleansing Power hasnoequal. wnvjIT IS IT OUULbb TO ITS OWN We are in urgent need of both, with a lot Currency thrown in, LAWYERS, HARTFORD, KY. (Office, GLENN & WEDDING, orer Anderson's Bnsssr.) IS INVALUABLE. IN Sold by ecfaseibanic&co ST. LOUIS. THE LITTLE DOG UNDER THE WAGON. all rITCHEN & LAUNDRY. Grocers. , Orders from headquarters compel us to inaugurate a ter sale of Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Gents Furnishing We will comply with Goods, etc., in order to raise the cash. their orders. We have riot the time to "quote prices. Call and inspect both prices and quality. It will bsnefit you. Will practice their profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given to criminal practice and collections. pun E.D.OUFFT. jT law fc 4kl 1 to-da-y. Ife," snlil k'ood old Kanner dray, our tlilnt-n- , 'tU nuirkct ilny-A- nd we'll bu off to tlio nt'iuent tnn, Tlicro unit bock tire the euu k'oen down, hpot' N. "e'U lento old 8wt Iwlilnd." lio wlilned. Ilut KKit lio lurked, and And noon umde up his itoiffiUh mind To follow under the Magon. "Ciiinc. s "l'ul mi HOW CAN THEY BEAT US? The Latest Novelty in Clothing OF HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in Ohio aud adjoining counties, uud court of Appeals, special attention given to collections. Ultice east side ot public square. St Crtaffy B.D.RINGO Ss Elaag-o- , fgfttorneys Sit jgaw, Will practice iu all courts of Ohio aud adjoining counties, .Superior ColCourt and Court of Appeals. lections and business attend ed to. Office 329 . Market St. all-leg- In Mich a htato of clvlllznllonns ours, where merit Is Mire to lx nclcnon lodged, is It n wonder thu factory of Dr. Feuner is worked to its fullest capacity to Kiipplv tho medicines tluit nro called, after such acknowledgement? ns the following come, to bo known: Wm. Furfiuny, Stevens Station, Ind., writes: " Dr. Frnncr's Kidney and Backache Cure lies cured a man hero with kidney and bladder disease wham tho best pliy&IcMtis had given up. Ho is now well nud sound. It is regnrdoil here as a moit wonderful event. Ill i medicines arc all good and (Tiro great satisfaction." Kiiually certain in feinnlo rheumatism, blood diseases, headache, dropsy, heart disease, eta. Quarautccd to satMy or money refunded. Take homo a bottb n, wonderful trent. Away tliuy went nt n ktkxI round paos. Ami Jo mine Into the fnriner'a fiue. TimrHKit,"ald lie, "illil want tucoma, lint I'm awful ttlad ho's left at home. IIh'II Kiiahl the Imrn nud guard the cot And kit p the initio imt of tho lut." "I'm nut no auru of tlmt." thuniflit Hpot, The llltleilOK uudi r the waifiin. The farmer all hlaprodqoo hold In jellow nold, And bd hi' 1 1n ii alartiti liuineH nnl nftir dark. Home through the lonely forest. Hark! A rnbbersprlnKB frnm behind a trio "Your inline) or ilw our life." en) a he. 1 lio mnnn wns up. hut ho didn't see he little duic under Uie wairon. rJut ne'er harked, and Spot ne'er whined. Hut ijulcklv cauithl the thief behind. llellrniTKeil hlmilnnn In Ihr inlrw and dirt And turo Ilia rout and toro hlaalilrt. Then held him ta-- t on the miry vround. The robber iitu red nut a Hiund While hla lmiiiU and fret the farmer bound And tumbled him Into the wauon. TWO PAIR PANTS WITH E33Et3r EVERY SUIT Hartfcrd, SSoatvidcjr. OHarse! t)' R. R. WEDDING, DON'T PAIL TO SEE THEM! Attorney at Law, Beaver Dam, Ky. Will practice his profession in all Entire stock of Boys and Children's Clothing, Ginghams, this the courts ot Ohio and. adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. ONE DOLLAR EVERY HOUR by miv-onof illlirr x In any part ot (lie country, oliu la willing lit ink tn.lui. trlouily at I lie eiiiU)iiiim whlrli w (iirntili. 1 lie labor is lia;ht mnl plruaaiit, and yimi rim no tllk whatrrcr. HV lit )ou ml miiii,let..,s that you can lire "' bn.luc a lllitl without injouritir. Fortho.tf ulllliii: to dun Utile work, Ihla It the jrrawle.t o.Tcr luiji. Vi.ti enn work all day, or hi llic tt nlitt mil. If nu lire em. plojrd, mnl hit ia frr i.irc Imiira nt )imr illi. jo.al, ullllic lliein, ami udd In miir Income, tinr builiioa will mil inlirfirr tit n'l. You will neaniaitd on I lie ti(rl nt t'n rupl'llty and lut by which ) nu tu in ! illur iiiii .loll ir, day In (nil lny out. Kreii lMginnrra nit iir,r-tfrom the .lint liour. Any one ciui run I lie uuIihm none fall. You .lioulil try tiolli'iifr l until )nu are fur yourtrll what you rnu do at llir Lut I mil ulikli Meotrir. No rniiltal rlln-d-. Women are yrand woikrri; nnnadaya lli() mile n mucli n. It 1. o it inrn. llirytothuuM Irv till. ut well llifln. Write for oim anil younclr. Addrtta II. IIAI.I.KTT CO , lion HMO, l'i rl la nil, Me. A saving of 50 per cent, guaranteed on all purchases. Don't BILL THE BICYCLIST. miss this sale, 'tis a chance of a lifetime. With many thanks for NYE'S EXPERIENCE he sated the farmer's life. The furuiif's mone), tho farmer's wife. And now a herutfrand and Kay A alher collar he wrars today. Atnuiiit hla frleiula, among his Joes, And ever) where his maater goes. He follow a on his horny toed. The little ting under tho wsmn. Urltuns l'lea)une. Calicoes, Cottons, Boots, Shoes, etc., also, included fice sale. Everything must go. We need the cash. REMEMBER, NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED. HARTFORD, KY; Will practice his profession in all the Courts ot Ohio nnd adjoining counties, and in the Court nt Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office, in County Attor-- . nev's office, in Court House. i-1- $. Lawy eR wtst ife BBBaBSBarW M. L- - HAVftIR I. ra.lly snrtx.l OFF AND ON WITH TIRE. A PNEUMATIC He Mows the Ijtuii n tho Knrly Morning anil Arqutrrs a Tired I'ccllus The Famous Hide of Itlley nud Itrrd Nya'a past patronage and kindly soliciting a continuance of same, we Yours Respectfully, remain, Latnt I1 ailirl into getting a bicycle, for it ii not suited to my timo of life. It is not dignified for n nmn who has chatted with crowned licads to hnmp his buck nnd claw into tho air with both feot jinil scoot across the horizon with wild oyes nud a dis- - ICopyriclit, 1833, by Rlptr W. N)o. For n long; timo I would not bo nrjrned M. M. KAHN ) Harney -. DENTIST. OFPIOEOVER REDFRONT' Is prepared to do' all kinds Dental work at reasonable prices. 'of The house that laughs at opposition and defies competition. Uen-i.urt- o aW il il ajBafaT gU m aa WawJ faU H Taj B &V nVawJ na a H 1 BYBkH H sWararaYm Hl obtained, and all I'at. lent butincts conducted for modihatc feci. (ounorriet it Oppositc U.S. patent orncr; I and we ran terur pitent lo leu timo than thou I ictnrte from W.thincion. beod model, diiwini or photo., 1th detcrlp- 5 lion. We adflte. If patentable or Dot, free of (charfC. Our fee not due till patent luecured. , llOWlOUUIAiai-AMOUWIU A PAMrillCT, cott of ume in the IT. S. and foreicn counulee SCavcti.indTrade-Mirk- f Duu-IIu- r, fW I pik, T.s Ltiplp;k . Pfeinrei In Srary Stjle aW-Ol- An-tare- ud Silt, aent free. Addreu, i C.A.SNOW&CO. OPP PATCNTOrriCC, WAtHINOTON, D. C ON A PNEUMATIC TIHE. Pictures Copied and Enlarged ' A SPECIALTY. 108J Main Street. 37m6 OWENSBOEO, I.OUINVILLE, NT. LOUIM RY TABLER'SPII C TEX. B.M torted mouth liko that of ono who hat tried to eat with a souvenir spoon to "No," I said, "I was born too far back to pick this up, I can never ride the Lsainilli. St, L:aii & em iiluj, b OINTMENT CURES HOTWHO BUT PILES. A SURK known for IB yore as the BIST REMEDY FOR CO., ST. fnyn ay KKIIIEDMI MIDICIWPILES.tOlU. and CERTAIN OURK I k Solentiflo Amerlcao Aflenoy for" DESIGN RATINTS, OORVRIOHTa. ato. For Informstton and f reo nandbook artte to MUNN A CO, SBl UUUAUWAT, NSW VoR-Oldeat bureau for eecurlntt pttenta In America. Krery patent taken out by 11a la brought boforo the puliilo by notice glrou f roo of onarge In tus I MXkM llXW CtsLftVAVEATS, TRADI MARK. Scientific JVmcncim Lanreat circulation of any aclentile psMi worU. Bplondldly UluafitoU."NoT6t a should bo without It. &? earl SliUall months. , Puuu-imiua301 Urosdway, Mew York Oty.-- J 1 tried wheel in publio successfully." one of tho tall kind once, becauso it looked so graceful, and it not only threw mo in such a way as to drivo my Biiectacles up my nose quite a long distance, but it followed mo up and stepped on me and lay down ou mo and got ono of its cold, hurd trendies iu the bosom of my bicycling jacket, whero my lunch was. Dut with a pnouumtic tiro and a low whoel there is lcxs danger of shortening tho spine nnd finding vertchnu in your shoos when you undrrsB nt night. The piioutnutio tiro is blown full of air, being a tight rubber tubo encircling the wheel. Riding on nir that way is great sport, especially to tho witness. It it like running u huvn mower. I kuvo a largo colored gent who exerts himself for mo ut u rcusotmblo price, and I saw him from my study pushing the lawn mower ono bright Juno morning till I could not utaud it any longer. He ptiRlied it from him us he would u watermelon, it wus so easy. Ho kept singing something about liko this: Bhell I lie tailed when do great dny tome. lst SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOV. 1, 1891. , No.M, No. 63, Daily. WESTBOUND. Dally. VM a. m. e.14 p. m. Li. Loulayllla ... West Point........ 8.11a.m. 7.20 p.m.. (.IT a. m. S.07 p. m. Drsodenburg Ininxton .. ............ 0.4 a.m. t ST p.m. 10:23 a. m. 8.21 p. m. Stephenaport CloTerport m. 10.41a.m. HaweaTlIle.......... 11:11a.m. Lewport.....,...jL33 . m. 10 31 p. m. 12. 10 p. m. 11:11 p. m. Owensboro..... 1.04 p. m. H.M p. m, Bpottarille... 1:23 p. m. 12 20 a. ta. Ar. Henderson...... No. 62, No.M, EXST MOUND. Dally. Daily . 7.13 a.m. J: 15p.m. Lt. Henderson...... p. m. Spottst Hle.. . .. .... 7:37 a. m. Owmjtioro. 1.27 a. in. 4:23 p. n. V9 a. m. 3 M p. m Lewlsport t (.33 a.m. 3.30 p. m HsesT(lle.... a. m. 3 37 p. m. C(oTcrport a. nt. U p. m. Stephenaport...... 11.02 a. m. 7.03 p, in. Irrington.. 11 29 a. ro. 7.31 p. ra, Brandenburg Weal Point..... U 03 p. m. 1 03 p. in, 1.00 p.m. 9:08 p.m. Ar. LoulsTllle ,... .... . mt & ')' T-7- 0 Quarterly . SOe AA v I feister of ' ? Stagle Coflea, PerTesr. Bdaad YAlamaa. ' .- tl.ta al I " W,N'M,'. A in.M tim.ly aad hlrWtan tMbllcauVM. t UKh lltiKk llh in. , ultlr of Mil. laot.ilion ,N rui". ae in comitM. lai. to tnill a cwnpau." rKES. I. c SCUURMAN. Cwaall UaWtrtlly, W. ft Fm uU bybaalat BaokMllMt sad Km Daalaa" Ikreurkmii ik. rVcilr, will " " UAa ''! "f .... i. - . ...'.. "" .". f? " "amees la ettiy ..j iKl"7P V "" nil m arcry Aadyaa4e.ll.r..-amaiae f kWllr aad caaaol attwd rtctlpt .1 ih. pHc. foe Masts cejTi aad boaad toIiuim. nice SubKiiptloai, i tp AdJitw CURRINT HIBTOMY, BSTSOIT. MICH.. V. , . fld.so -- ..,., .x- -; ' And tlioie trotiUcd wHIirorvoufness reiuUlM from care or overworkwIU be relieved ry tsklng Bitter- - uttaaimt Jirown'H bss ty sde aiBik in croswd rod lines oo wntpptr. Neuralgic 1'ertonn Jt'ui At)d tbegrfHi gjraesj-olleliko a fragrant .cataract oTer tho .machine.. I couldnt .writojbceuijso tho sputter and ban of, that lawn mower nnd the hymn, or whatever it was, kept'wooing mo to tho window, and I couldn't get two ideas together to savo my reputation. Filially I job nnd went outside It looked oven easier out there than it did from tho house. "You may go down to tho garden, I snld, "and wood the succotash pines awhilo. I will finish mowing tho lawu." I took off Iny rich dressing gown und bung it up on tho doghouso; took off my reversible cuffs and put thorn on tho tail of u beautiful, ornumeutal iron dog which stands ou tho luwn, and started in. Dut why go on? Every man with a oft uiusolo or ,wo has triot thoso things to get up u gloWj I did not do uuytbing more or less than other men havo dono who need cxerciso und gorge themselvos with it in au hour so that they can't bear tho sight ,of it any uioru forever. gave-upju- Or shell I hide my liailo in hlmuu'T 8hel I Jlou tie hojts dut wall and gum ' "Caa Dennis I ray Christian mtmor Tsslns No. 61 and No. 6 make connection st Irilngton (Sunday excepted) wltrrtralnron Louisville, Harilnsburir A Western K. It., eat snd west bouud. For Iurther liformatlon, address ".' U. 0, MORDUE, Gen. Ps'rig't. . Leulst Ills, Ky 11 I WHEN .YOU GO TO GALLON 0WENSB0R0 " C.Theo.Cain, For the finett and Most Artittie Work, any tue or ityle. 8rd and 4(A. Frtderka jS., Wwesn 6m37 ' i 1 (.mowed cct riT$ xxmsssB NKkWMR.UTaa pffBsUmftWsmvs DUaUftma. OsaAsjaasM "stTl STQFPEOFBEE lHVAU.IK.B r. kH JsVist snr ut BS.BItafs.HII isj uat &&tttttfSl?22a ,( r rm-7iwS7Bta- TreatlM aad fj trial baCtlsi . bVm te f t- - . au'ai wMaaaam " H 'JMJJ'Hi; II .1 y - I'TSHHi'im i' -- nu Haptfotd Republican rausni Our friends not only in Hartford but etxxt jximT xoes&o. elsewhere arc requested to make con- fr.tiMllnc fn title iwlllmn f?la lnnr , nron, fif . Jcme Yost came d..u -- from nani. ch f Mm. u. Lourille to hi bone at Greenville ,.;., .... houlJ ,(1.e to have .Do .. FRIDAY, aEPfEMBER 15. lS93ion neaneia.T nigoi. tie wai teen. You Knows" from all the neighbor- uy a representative 01 ihe hephb-- injr towns. Send in by Wednesday. ' ot sue- f LICA5 aoa ipoke wnwentljr That vou should contribute to this . ToMOEEO-tbtnrr.,twiij fa bi race for tbe Cal.i.nt. 'I.uJKf ,o1 ,te Ir you want Tour man to get there, I tion, 'or XotwithttandingOw" of' Al- - That J. R. McAfee looks sad? teals. tbe T. Oiwitt-Jwrn- nl tn oppose bare tbe That all of I'rof. Foster's pupilslike verr ual politics our people are him bim. ' rimilft trt lirfk tietr.fit.rir .if m titan t.1 Is a comical That etpouttd the eminent in abilitj and learning. It is' djck? llarvy Pradcn The QnnicT-Journv- l cause cf Jacola in tbe Louisville next to absolutely certain that his That the Boy Violinist will be here MaYoraltr race and as uual carae party will give him tbe indorsement next week? Le a.ka and deserves. out second bet That Ed Crowe will join the Conference this fall? Affair? are growing mononto WASHINGTON. Why Will Fair has quit going to noui in Kentucky. Could not Gov. J Ikckuer The majority in the Senate has not see the girls? Brown and bkin each other some more? jet been entirely subdued by Mr. mat 1 UK KKi'i'RUCAK is jrrowmz Cleveland, but that in tbe House is so ' all the time? . The Democrau are beginning to thoroughly under his control that it j Koll was at church last D. realize that to administer the affairs accepts as final and unquestionable Sunday night? of this goverumeut successfully re- his slightest intimation. Ever since1 ,.. . , That John auht is still in love o. quires more thao to merely "turn ouiuiKcr,ui r Jiiinuis, was maue uau- - i w,th h,,UM:,f? ...an of the House Committee on the weals out." That Jim Williams took a dtie Hanking and Currency that Commit If the Democratic party bad some tee has been consideringseveralfinan- - ( Sunday afternoon? body to successfully manage their cial bills, and the announcement was Why D.F.Roll went to the wedding financial and industrial questions aud made on the authority of Mr. Spring - by himself last week? let them fill the offices they would tr that it would at once report one or That Victor Gates is liable to visit more bills to the House. Well, it Hartford right soon? be passingly happy. will do no such thing. Mr. Cleveland The eople last November fell in has ordered that no bill dealing with ' That Gabe Likens will move his boarding to another hotel? with tbe Democratic idea that the flnacial matters shall be reported to Why Henry Williams stayed at country needed a change, and if the House until further notice from will still hold to him, and the members of Springer's j home last Sunday night? ignn fail not they That Henry Osborne is the biggest that "changing" idea and demand an- Committee and those of Bland's Coinage Committee are like the rest of the . dude attending school? in '90 other House, idling their time away. There I That Lon Render is ever rtadv to The judges appointed to decide are several reasons for Mr. Cleveland's sue marriage license? on the work in the School Exhibit muzzling these House Committees. ' That Perry Casebier can carrv a made their report last Saturday and It had been reported to him that a barrel of salt a half mile? I'rof. O. M. Shultz, ot Hartford Col- majority of Springers Comm.ttte That "Dr. Rattlehead" was very lege, won lor hu school the prize, had informally expressed themselves much "in it" Sunday? which was a Webster's International against the repeal of the tax on State Why Will Taylor likes to stay bank carrency, a measure he may yet Dictionary. around on Market Street? have to recommend in order to get e That Hon. II. W. J. Ham will The Governor makes some serious the votes of certain southern Senators here week after next? in choosing tboe for the Voorhees repeal bill, and he mistake sometimes That O. J. Thomas says it now costs on whom he let executive clemency also, has the idea that the vote on refall, but when be does get right be is peal can soon be forced in the Senate him a quarter to get shaved? Why a certain Greenville boy is not right all over. A case of this latter kiud and that Congress can then be made Wood who avenged an to adjourn, as it is not probable that seen in Hartford any more? is the pardon of the Ways and Means Committee will be That R. Smoot is afraid his name insult to his invalid sUter. ready to report the tariff bill much, if will not appear in this column? In the McLean county Primary any, earlier than the regular session. That Dr. Alexander says he has the last Saturday Prof. J. Ellis Haynes Hut the chief reason is that he has best school he has had for years? not yet decided what financial measwas nominated for School SuperinThat "Bat" Nail is thinking of on the Democratic ticket. ures shall be reported to the House, tendent from the laundry business? and until he does he wants the memProf. Haynes has many friends in That Tom Morton and John Moore of the two committees to refrain this county who will be pleased to bers from publicly committing themselves went to the World's Fair Sunday? bear of his good fortune. for or against projwsed measures. It That since shaving himseif with a Couvntion toTuorrow is a big job to attempt to run both meat-a- x Ab Yeiser has gotten well? Come to the That some people get mad when and bring your friends. It is neces- the Executive and legislative branchsary that a good crowd be present. es of the Government, but Republicans their name appears in this column? Nominations and other work of im- ought to wish that Mr. Cleveland That Druggist Williams is not so would make a success of it, because, handsome, but the girls like him? portance arc to be attended to aud however faulty many of his ideas are, tbe most satisfactory results will be That O. M. Shu'.tz will quit the they are far better than what his parAdelphians, because he is Janitor? obtained from the deliberations of a ty would bring forward, if freed from representative crowd. That Ray Armstrong is one of the his influence. fcir, to" JKSSAMISn JOUKNAI.. most popular drummer. on the road? Deputy President is a position "Hello," interrupted tho stranger inJudge Mortjn says that the Court Mr. McCreary denies that he ever dignantly, "sho ain't my wife! I never That "Dr. Rattlehead" is a great constitution the of Claims will be asked at the Octo- unknown .to authorized anybody or any newspaper United the States, of but fellow to buy water melons for the to say he would not be candidate for saw tho woman in my life till now." ber term for an appropriation euflie-ie- nt At the same time the woman vu a girls? it practically exists all the same, and Senator before the next Legislature. nhriukiiif," ut tho top of her voice, "Stop to put a new feuce around tbe is filled by Secretary I.amont, who That Hartford's correspondent to The denial is hardly necessary. Mr. thief." And it took the emart man's ut- Court House yaid and to make other mot eloquence to convince the depot while nominally at the head of the the Star is rather inopporMcCreary hardly knows himself now policeman that ho was not a neak tht,' necessary improvement. This is a War department, really has but very tune? instead of a self apointed reformer of what he will do in the matter. step in the right direction and the little to do with its business; his nuother people's morals and manners. That G. H. Slack called on a young people will indorse it. l'nrly merous duties as Deputy President lady Sunday evening when he didn't l'rnti-4'niitrnllau. Detroit Free Press. The People's Party District Conleaving him no time, even if he had aim to? The race for the Democratic nom- the inclination. Little time as he has Fan at tbe Table. vention will meet at Rochester, Butler A man road in a paper that tho faiullr That the people over the county county, on Saturday, September 23d, ination for Mayor of Louisville was given to the War Department since tablu should always bo the scene ot held on Thursday after one of the bit- he entered the Cabinet, it is probable call the new school la.v the Force 1S93. for the purpose of nominating a laughter and merriment and that no Bill? candidate for the Kentucky StateSen-atean- d meal should be iiassed in the moody terest campaigns in the history of the that he will give less in the future, as That Mose Simons says he wants to that so often characterizes those the organization of a District city. Henry S Tyler, the present the statement was this weeksemi-offi-cialloccasions. Tho idea struck him so faMayor was made that a Democrat was being get acquainted with all the girls in Committee. It is desired that we have vorably that when hi family was gathover Charles full representations from Butler and ered around tho table that evening he D. Jacob an The usual sought with the ability to perform the town? That C. M. Crowe is one of the Muhlenberg counties. Let all turnout said: duties of Secretary of War and the fraud was charged and it was no "Now, this sort of thing of keeping sc willingness to accept the position and most popular teachers who visits and have a grand, good time. doubt n very dirty uflair. mum at meals lms gut to stop. Yon heat W. G. Fl'mckrsok, Scc'y. Hartford? obsalary of Assistant Secretary, the mer You girls put In an tell stories an keep up some agreeable sort o' talk, an It is by no means uncommon now ject being to allow Dan Lamont to Who wrote from Hartford to the Bi:n Nkwton, Ch'm'n. m you 1mvh langh an be jolly, or I'll tak "Do You Know"column of the Louisto see our bicyclist whizzing along on continue drawing the salary of Secreijiio.v, an duit your jackets with a stick till you the sidewalk with their wheels. These tary while performing none of the ville Star? September 10. Our school is procan't htuud. Now, begin." work pertaining to the position. That Henry Carson wants to know gressing nicely under the manageTho glare that he Hen t around the tabic young men should remember that made tho fnmilj as funny as a funeral. flu; courts have held that bicycles "Reform" comes high, but the Demohow everybody finds it out when he ment of Miss Siddie Davidson. is bound to gets left? are vehicles and hence are entitled to cratic Administration J. E. Davidson aud wife, and Miss have it. She Objected. travel the streets aud highways, but That B. Smoot says he can whip Sophie Davidson, of near White Run, Whoever bus seen a Cornish funeral Senator Voorhees was made to real- the fellow who said he "just loves all were the guests of their lather yesterthey are not entitled to travel the knows how "ilka lassie has her laddie' ize this week, if he had not done so of the girls?" day and sidewalks. in tho melancholy procession, and not before, the difficulty of the task he has Mrs. Ann Ross, who has been only nro there lads nnd lassiea, but mon That a young lady asked me not to assumed, as the leader of those who inaturo couples. It is a matter not oulj say anything more about the boys go- - spending a few days with her daughis the day set apart favor the bill for the unconditional ing ter, Mrs. C. T. Barnard, spent last of ceremony, but choice A clergyman with her? for iho of the Repubwas mluUteriiig the other day to a par repeal of the purchasing clause of the Saturday with Mrs. Lucy Thompson. ishio.ier whoso cud was approaching, lican Executive Committee of Ohio silver law, in trying That Dr. Piitle will leave in a short to force that Mrs. Lucy Thompson, who had her when the voice of the sick man's wife, lt county and the nomination ot Candi- measure through theSenate at an un- while to complete his studies at hip broken some time ago, is still who was something of a virago, inudt University? dates for School Superintendent and usual rate of speed. He was squareitself heard through the 0111 window, confined to her room. "I don't caro what comes or goea, but J Let every RepubliRepresentative. Th it John B Wilson sai I he never ly defeated by the opponents ol the Miss Ann Shaver, of the Shinkle will not follow tbe corpse with a littlt can who is interested in the success of bill upon two different votes and he charged the flies anything for playing Chapel neighborhood, was the guest man." Argonaut. ? his party bo present and help to at-- . only saved himself from the third ball on his of Mrs. A. C. Stevens Friday. One Time When. tend to this very important work. defeat by withdrawing his resolution Why a certain young lady walked Mr. Frank Taylor died of consump"What nonsenso this all is about men providing for the daily meeting of the two squares out of the way going to tion last Tuesday. He leaves a wife getting on their knees when they proSome of the surroundings of the Senate at m instead of 12 o'clock. the College Tuesday? S. B. F. and five children. pose!" said Mrs. Parulow to her deal These votes did not prove that the friend. "My husband didn't do any such Court House are growing disgustingThat O. M. Shultz had the Adel-phia- n Arc Yon Xrron, ly obnoxious and unless some eflort silver men controlled the Senate, but because Are you all tired ottt.do you have that .absurd thing when ho asked mo to marrj Society to him." they did show that the silver Senators lie was elected Janitor? is put forth the chances are that sicktired feeling or sick headache? You "He did when ho proposed to ine,"snid ness will result to the occupants are sticking closer to their duties That you can get the Hartford cah be relieved of all these symptoms tho dear friend, without thinking. HarThere were and N. Y. Tribune both by; taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, which per's Bazar. of the Court House as well than their opponents. thirty-fiv- e Senators who voted against one year for only as to citizens who live near. The gives nerve, mental nnd bodily 1.25. The Logic of It. only twenty- Random Observer Panlon me, but whole thing is u burning shame and Senator Vorhees and That E. Tracy is getting prouder strength Tind thoroughly purifies the eight with him, in open session, and the sooner those every day, and before long he will be blood. It also creates a good appe- what nro you putting down in your notearc thirty against and only twenty-sevetite, cures indigestion, heartburn and book? too large for his clothes? toru entirely away and rebuilt with I'm just World's Fair Visitor-- Ob, dyspepsia. with him in the vote that was taken putting down tho things that some show of decency the better for made That there is a young min attend'IIood'b Pills are easy to take, easy an indelible impression upon have mem111 executive session. If the repeal my the people. ing school who sent a card Sunday in action "and sure in effect. 25c n box. ory, so that I Senators cannot lie made to attend won't forgot them. Chicago Record. the sessions of the Scnntc the tables evening and "got it where the chickKI.VDKK1IOOK. GovnitNOit Uitow.v has pardoned L. may le turned and the demand for mi en got the ax?" Sept. 1. C. H. Ellis began a fall A Cliuiip Threat. J). Wood, who killed Bar immediate vote on the bill be made That a young man asked another fel- term of school "at No Creek on the Officer (to a young lady at tho ball) noy HiggiiiH, of Danville, last May. by the silver men, instead of by the low to carry'a card Sunday afternoon, w Ouiidige Friuilein, if you do not recip3d hist. IliggiiiH, it will bo remembered repeal men, as it has been. rocate my lovo, I shall throw myself out and instead the latter made an engageR. A. Anderson made a business of tho window this very dnyl grossly insulted an invalid Mster of Senator Morgan'scurrent resolution ment for himself? trip to Whitesville last week. Lady Ach! Herr Lientenant, you livo Woods', who has since been insane for theapjioiutmentof a joint comMisses Alice Edmunds nnd Bettie 011 tho ground floor, I presume? o That Dr. E. 11. Pendleton, Messrs. Wood on meeting Higgius mittee of seven Senators aud seven A. and Blatter. T. Nnll nnd W. T. Hayward are Taylor, Beaver Dam, attended church shot bun to death. A petition signed Rapresentatives to investigate the en- now ready to challenge the world on at Beda Sunday. Cooler, by two buiidreJ and eighty Miss Gertrude Mills will leave for Cmien tire financial system of the country a game of chess? Tho Heiress (hcsitatingly)-- Ho is a of Dunvillo and Somerset was present-- e nnd report to Congress what legislaMagan Sunday, where she will begin more suitablo match than you are. 1 to tion was necessary to prevent peHo Yes, but ho docs not lovo you as a fall term of school. Bretkenrlfljre County KepubllennaGovernor Brown aud the parHahdinsiiuho, September 8. Misses Ora Barnett and Berta much as I do. don was the result. Public sentiment riods of stringency such as the counShe-not? The Republicans of Breckeiiridge Ward, No Creek, are visiting friends try has just passed through, has been strongly indorses the paiilon. Ho Why, ho is notas poor as I am. county assembled in the Court House and relatives at Point Pleasant. favorably received and if it be not Truth. for the purpose of by the administration it The protracted meeting which is beTlli:m: seems to bo quite uii exodus Juat IMjht. the County Committee to nomi- ing held at the C. P. Church at Beda, from Hartford to Owciisburo, A country boy in the city yesterday It has may go through, It seems that was asked if tho apples on the farms wore A number of gentlemen interested nate County Candidates, and to select is still in progress. been only a few months sinco C. C. delegates to the District Convention, the people of that community have ripe enough to eat. Bennett aud family moved to Owens-bor- n in protected i ndusteries have this "Yes," ho replied, "tho green ones which meets at Cloverporton the 25th grown cold in the cause of religion and thou only u fow weeks ago week told the House Ways and Means aro." Buffalo Courier. of September to nominate a candidate and are taking but little interest in Prof, J. w. Lyttlo went down to be Committee what the result would be iiri.. for State Senator in the Tenth Senato- the meeting. I hope before this good trii... 1iiiuii is tiuwliwu or ...!..i. Agreed. 11 wiu gin the study of the law . ... .. . ... . Mrs. Cross Oh, you needn't talk. You rial district. The meeting was called work closes that many sinners may . h. Rowo ami Judge C. W. Massie ti,, of industries, and in all cases to order by R. U, Miller, County forsake their sinful ways and be sav-c- , were crazy to bavo me. what everybody Mr. Cross That's lire expecting to move down soon nnd lower wages for American workmen Chairman, who was unanimously se- Daisy Diianr. ays, Boston Trarscript, nom-inatctl l(ua li, k pwU to go ioTn alw, Verily the Yellow Bisks atj hit a chirm for oo r people. Jtfr, L,. I, a- vi Jci? - do you know MferikMfibaSfiMMMMtfNBHaSiSiiiaWHiMI Ul4 54 Pwmanwt ClwUnWH of the j - r Hi ty TarttrB mu winiittwawtinr -r.ii ... .. ..!.. i . -j, p-- , lee-tur- The Association met in the College Mr. Jonas D. Wilson was Hall at Hartford, SaturdayScptemixr j and chosen as thecandidate for ritli nml ttne ivMrwl In n.1. I. - C. Representative, and Mr. Andrew Dris- - I ,', Jierintcndent Jo. II Rwers, inn few' r kell w.is chosen as the candidate for Wtf'' i'1ium:ii teiuatks. In School Superintendent, n.c County I of the Secretary O. M. the abtcvme I . . Shultr. wis , ... ,1 "" ""'""' "', chosen Secretaiv protem. 1 was elected in . Mr. Frank i It ling examination dav the Su- LLr stead. peimtendent could not lemain with The prospects f,r Republic.in sue avV(Ciatl-oan,, ,. M CrmC cess arc bright. The universal distress , tnfi that now exists in commercial inter - , The wow. mmti tf t Jeret w attributed to a lack f faith reelro,Iei. c x ,Wo j f in the Democratic ,rty. There is MfM dissatisfaction in this county over Ciibsot j. M Fortcr; H u Dav- Mr. Gfrm3mUk , ,. , ...... the recent Democratic primary and . .. ... Vrtiit, TtJ. Many of the i Ella County Convention Herring, M;s Myrtle Roac, S Democrats claim that Jack Gross was J. Tichenor, L. W. Gods-y- . I. V. nominated by fraud. The Democrats Miller, L. B. Imev. W. It. Barrr- -, ' are accusing each other of foul play Layton Maddox Wkt Ut. Snltk TkUkt Ut and Mis Gcrtmr'c I and dishonesty. It is a filthy bird that ' j.jIS WU Ut will beloul its own nest. 1 lie After the discussion of Infinitivts Said About Hood's Sarsaparilla have nominated a clean, nnd Participles, by O M. Shultz, the "HtJ Shakrrir.UTr4 brr xai tuSerrd u honest and capable ticket. This to- Association adjourned to meet I kif. I think ht woukl lure ilJ. Throw at t ant)- all ojdldne txftrt Hood' Sirup. gether with the dissatisfaction now o'clock, p. 111. tlllv A an Vtultihirun. nvmlnf to IMi existing among Democrats, will in all rlliuttr, I luTt (til th brat tty much. In Promptly at the time apitointcd the It I had all the eur and th ipriw I If It probability result in the overthrow of body was called to order and anilcljr ot Atucrtta on bit mind. I rot ona woik the poult o( HoM't Smartnila nJ after 1 hid the Messrs. Miller and Gross, the of the evening begun by J. L. Elmo e Uarn It I fdl at II I roukl undertake Democratic standard bearers The President's Outlee. in a talk on the Lessons of Nob.c I Wa heat; It Jessk R. KsKKiixiK, Scc'y. Lives. The discusMon of the subject Lait raor.lh lmiIMotfturn ot rrlfklr He down to or trnd alrooit ttarincitanj np to was then taken up by D. II. Godsey. without mplt I THE STATE P3ES3. then ent od more hauls and It has not onlr Miss Dora E. Gibson and others. cured the hut hut t btl.trs It put rnr blood The subject of Primiry Work w.is Bid Much UmiI Hire. well handled by D E. Miller and IXJUISV1ULK COMMKKCIAI. la rood rondlUon. I adili all to takt The rains Sunday night and yester- Miss Dora E. Gibson. Hood's Sana partita la the 1 print and fan." day and last night were too late to do J. D. Barnard, Miss Ella Herring, Or.oxr.B Smith, Uraldr, Ttias. M Hicks made corn or tobacco much if any good, but L. W. Godsey and C. Hood' Pills ture Name a. Sick tleadachs, they were fine for the grass, will make good talks on the subject, "Habits I&dJftiUoa, BUloujucn. Sold br all drufjUta, fall plowing and seeding pjss.blc and and Morals." Buy your School Furniture and L. C. Barnettcntcrtiiucd the Assoprofitable, and will replenish the warequired by the new school ter supply, which on many farms had ciation with a splendid comic law, of the United Stales School Furbecome scant or exhausted. W. A. I'tinscMC Agt. niture Co. After thctransactiou of some misWo ii Itl Xmlr lor thr RrinbllrMnr. Hartford, Ky. cellaneous hu.ttncss the Association HBNDKRSOS JOL'KNAI. Christian county Republicans nom- adjourned. C. M. Ciiowi:, Ch'm'n, inated Judge J. I. Landes for Senator, O. M. Shultz, Seo'y. J. W. Morgan for Representative and Miss Kate McDaniel lor Superintendlla.l a Chnlrr. ent of Schools. And if the Journal It Is Kiid that the Fmich Abbe Drills men lived in old Christian they vould once had in his household a very quick vote for one Republicaness at a ven- Uuqiered relative, with whom hu nm.e-time- s had animated dfcpntes and who ture. sometime went so far as to throw books Whrrr UJse Mulhnlleu? at the abbe. FKANKKOKT JOL'KNAI.. Th nbbe must have Iwn a penon of HOCKEK & CO. This morning between 3 and 4 great amiability and control. Once when a particularly and o'clock a dense cloud of grasshoppers was thrown at large he heavy volume AT ROCK PORT. him, caught it gracepassed over the city, and in the central fully and said: I will Ik; at Rockport Sept. the 10th, "My dear friend, I mntt beg of yon to portion many of them fell. The flock to remain only a short time will be must have contained an enormous remember that I prefer small gifts." Youth's Comiuuiou. - prepared todo nil kinds of l'ltotograph number, and so densely were they HU Error. work. I make a speciality of Cabinet packed together in the atmosphere The smart man was getting off a train, that they obscured a lare portion of when he saw a couple Ahead of him, who Photos. I use the instantaneous prothe heavens They were of the Kan- at once challenged his attention and cess lor making baby pictmes. You The husband was walking sas variety arid the largest ever seen off with his hands in his pockets, while will find me located in an elegant The engine-hous- e in these parts. the wife carried a baby and a large bas- Photograph Car. A. I). Taylor. boys and some of the night police- ket and valise. say that they saw some in the men This was too much for tho mart man, nnd stepping up to tho overloaded womflock as large as stage-ltorscSEND tweve cents in postage an ho said: Mill I.Ueln t:nKlnnrt. "Let me assist you, madam," and seiz- stamps to Corcoran Building, WashIXXI.SV.TOS TRASSCIIIIT. ing tho basket and valise he ran after ington, I). C, and you will receive Ballard Smith, who-i- a native tho husband, whom ho grabbed without lour copies of Kate Fie ds Washingwill take up his residence ceremony. ton, containing matter of siecial in"Here, sir, carry thee things for your permanently in England. He married wife. I should think you would be terest. Give name and address, and a pretty English woman who has a ashamed to call youroelf a man and per- where you saw this advertisement, iy big fortune. mit yonr wife to bear all the burdens in this way. Let this be a Ieuou to you, All Aim 11 Nmoolh Jpoiii. VUtlVU(IUU. Allfiiilon Krlrnru. To avoid delay address all business letters and matter for publication to the RKivnucAN, Hartford, Ky. - '"7f ... ... Statement llfiiie Condition OF THE -- , iLL Beaver Dam DEPOSIT BANK At tho CloiO of Buaiuuua u n ,., Juno 30,1803. I .... , 1 SHAKESPEARE IttiHOUItUKH 576.205. 14 Notes and Hills , ,t '"Kl OO Real Furniture nnd Fixtures . , l.,SOO OO . . 06 j yS Expenses paid Cash on hand and in !l'l.s ... T- - . $99,017 67 LIAHILITIK4. Capital Stock Surplus Reserve Fund Interest and Exchange $ J5(ooo 00 5,250.01) - i,2yj. 14 . . Deosits 3,047.50. 64,426 94 07 $09.01 JOHN II. BARNES, Cashihk. Sworn nml subscribed to before me June 30, 1893. By Siii:i.iiy Hood'staCuret Rowan Holukooks, C Taylou, D. C U. C. C 1 s, dtvla-matio- n A Ride. Some fine Buggies a t special prices. Call on Our business continues to grow, as the uImivc .statement will show, loth in magnitude and prosjierity. Two years ago a deposit of 25.000; one $64,000. year ago $45,000; This is due to the fact that the young men are Iieginniug to tealie that it is not the money made but the money saved that sets them up in business. The man whoV.i es each day and puts at (interest fifty cents, will in fifty years lw woith $58,000 Rich! We arc here to assist the business interests of the county, and we solicit and appreciate the account of every pushing, enterprising individual or firm. JOHN ILBARNES.Casiiikk. to-da- y S Perry Westerficld, Attorney at Law. Hkavkk Dam, Kt. To Know IT AL-LIs eay enough if you only know how. We solve I ho problem in the Louisville The brightest and per in Kentucky. address 011 a M3lal can have a sample CiEertial uctveiest pa- P s. Ken-tuckia- n, Send your card. You copy For The ASKING. 1 DAVIESS COUNTY FAIR1 (INCORPORATED) PR C H TODD. Pre. JW CARTER, Stt'j Vf THE FAIR GROUNDS AT 4 Ill-tr- lri OWENSBOROI OCTOBER 3, 4, .5, G AND 7, 1893. y PREMIUM LIST The Premium List still stands at the finut as the belt inducement in tbo West for Fine Displays ot Horses and Cattle. RACE THACK The Kacc Track ha been improved every year until it is now the best half-mitrack iii the country. SPEKD RINGS New features and larger Purees characterize the Speed Program, aud places it above the high standard hcrctofnic attained. All Trotting is governed by tbe National Trotting Association Rules, and the Running by the American Racing Ruled. Entries in all Trots close September t; Running Races the evening defore trial. le Tit-Bit- to-da- ow Van-derbi- bald-head- FIRST DAY-TUESOCTOBER 3. (All horses in this day's Race to be owned in Daviess County.') 1 Trot; beat two in three 8100, (MI 2 Trot; free for all, best two iu three 3 Running; half mile dash, entrance added f0 SECOND DAY WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4. 4 Trot; class .8300 o Pace; 2:25 class or,Q f ft Running; three quarter mile dash, entrance added 515 j THIRD DAY THURSDAY, OCTOBER B. 1 rot; 4 .8400 ..!.i class 8 Ruuiiing; one mile dash, entrance added 100 1) Trot; a stake lor 350 FOURTH DAYFRIDAY, OCTOBER 0. 10 Trot; 2:30 class $f)00 . 11 Five furlong heal; best two in three, entrance added 100 12 Ruuuing; one nud mile dash, entrance added 160 FIFTH DAY SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7. 13 Trot; free for all 8li00 ol)0 14 1 ace; free tor all If) Running; dash entrance added 75 Id RuniiiiiL'; 0110 mile boats, best two in three, entrance added 200 DAY, three-minute ..... three-year-ol- .........,.....,...,., .,.,... ds one-quart- .................................... .,..,. Premium Lists, Speed Programmes, Entry Blanks, and all other information, will bo furnished 011 applicatibn to tho Secretary at Owcnaboio, Ky. Messrs Barr & Green nro the lessees of all privileges. SPLENDID DISPLAY OF NEW DESIGNS IN J. W. CARTER, Secretary. ' gs 9 n 4 1 1 m FURNITURE E3raa"fcr,oirL -- File-geud- A.11 Tlxe v- - Why POPULAR STYLES AT POPULAR PBICES. to-da- y 1 H. L. BOWLDS, 112 West Main St., Owensboro, Ky. : J txruimrx. rtM tJm&t " .jpp"ir..TmqrtUW rirr-firt- u i. ifM viiinVwiriTi'i'i iitiaylwja.tjw,i,j1jgBtihrA y-'- i . r tiraVH l"lVi 11' 'I Mi UaoiJ homos, farliiroat I,. Weld's, '""' ""'' ' ' " '. ri - iifrti-fi-- i - - -- w'llTr r'-1- ' 'V' iT ri -- r in .PERSON AL . 1?' Store that is not only attractive iu its fittings and in its goods but which is renowned Tor the politeness of it cm. ploycoa nud the liberality of its pro prictors cannot help being well pa. tronized by a BAND OF Fair lady customers and courtly gen- tlemen. Wo try to be liberal and certainly our employees are polite nnd pleasant. Our goods are of such n quality and variety that FAIR MAIDENS And stalwart youths, old men nnd matrons all flock in and buy from us because they know they will 'obtain everything from a pin to a silk dress '.$" 'Tt AT Fair and reasonable price. FAIR 13. & CO., PROPRIETORS 4i Hartford Temple of Fashion. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER l.",1893. Call on the new barbers. lit fc Co. & Co Attorney II. P. Taylor lnd a congestive chill Wednesday night, but is lictter and if able will go to I'adu-ca- h to-da- Trndc with Carson & Co. New New fits Fair Hros. Ilats at Fair Hros. at Fair See Carson & Co's. new neckties. New Clothing Hros. & Co. The Fair is coming, and uo pains w ill be spared to accommodate customers at the Hartford House. Jas. F. Cakson, Prop'r. Canvassed diicd beef, bologna sausage, the best of cheese, cakes of all kinds, crackers' end light bread always on hand at W. H, Williams. All kinds of fruit, bananas, oranges, lemons, raisins, prunes, cocoanuts, french candies, nnd many choice articles too numerous to mention always on hand nt W. II. Williams'. Saturday will be spent exclusively in showing our large stock of Millinery. Miss .Bennett, of Louisville, has charge of the line, and will take pains in showing you at Fair Bros. & Co. llring yoitrproduceto Carson & Co. New Dress Goods Co. & Co. Novclticfc in velvets & Co. at Fair Ilros. & Buy your school shoes from Carson at Fair Hros. We can sell you a stylish hat. Cakso? & Co. A full HneofCates' Jeans, Yarns, Flannels, I.indseys and Blankets at Hot $1.00 shoe on earth at Fair Fair Bros, & Co. Don't be deceived, we have the sole trade on these goods Bros. & Co. for Hartford found no where else. Big Variety of School Shoes at Fair For the lowest prices and best terms Bros. & Co on School Furniture and aparatus reI.argc line Fancy Negligee Shirts at quired by the new school law, see or Fair Bros. & Co. W. A. Gibson, Agt. write Hartford, Ky. Trunks, Valises, Telescopes, ctc.nt Fair Bros. & Co. h. B. Bean has retired from the ho5c per yard buys a line of Fair tel business, and his place nt the Commercial is taken by Mr, T. H. Bros. & Co.'s dark prints. Hartford Bean, of Sulphur Springs, Don't buy anywhere until you extends a cordial welcome to Mr, price Fair Bros. & Co.'a goods. Bean. . Arnold & Mattingly, the new barWhen you come to town don't fail bers will give you the yery best of at- to call at the new store of W. H. tention. Williams, where you will be politely If you want groceries, leave your treated and supplied with the best order with A. R. Carson, with Carson the market affords at prices not excelled. &Co. receieved at the new store of The Fair is a good place to judge of lust W. II. Williams, one tierce extra the .extent nnd variety of our leaf lard. home products. Come nnd see what 16th, opening day in our enterprising people arc doing. Saturday, forget the time September 27 Fair Bros. & Co.'s Millinery. Kvcry-bod- y Don't four days. invited. X If you want the latest stylesuit.buy at Carson & Co. largest line Jeans Pants nt Fair Hros. & Co. w? r ) If, ,v ' " ', u 't I 2k Messrs. S. P. and Dav Taylor have Iarge line latest Fall Prints, sold their interest in the livery busiGinghams, Outings, etc., at Fair ness at Beaver Dam to Mr. J. M. TayBros. & Co. lor, who with his partner, Fred TayJohn L. Harnett, of Oweusboro, has lor, will continue business at the been n the county a part of the week same old stand. buying stock. Great interest always centers in the Henry Collins will soon open a Daviess County Fair.not only through new barber shop and employ Henry out Daviess county, but throughout ' Pace to work for him Western Kentucky, It is by odds the was rained by greatest Fair in this part of the A Signal service pole Commissioner Griffin iu front of the State. The next meeting, which occurs during the first week of October, e yesterday. promises to be one of unusual merit. A fresh lot of staple and fancy The Ohio County Fair begins on are in transit for the new store September 27, and continues four of W. H. Williams. days. The management have spared Dress Goods in all the latest neither time nor expense to make this weaves, Hop Sackings, the latest, in their most interesting Fair. Many all shades at Fair Bros. & Co. improvements have been made to the It will pay you to read and an grounds, not the least of which is swer the "ad" of M. M. Kahn this some good work on the track. The week. You tee it on first page, people of the county recognise in the will be Fair Bros. & Fair a great medium of information Co.'s opening day in Millinery. All and social enjoyment and a good attendance is anticipated. ladies invited to call on that day. Post-officgr6-ceri- Saturday at Sulphur Springs between Heaver Dam and Rochester. The Tuesday. Koth Mrs. T. L. Griflin nnd C. I,. parly IV ft here at y 30 it. tu. and arMiss Sallie Cale went to Cnlhoon Held are somewhat belter. rived at the Springs just tit noon; Monday. where Hie ladies .sprc.il one of the Remember that C. I.. Meld is btill It. II. Taylot, I'renlls, called to sec most elegant lunches that was ever selling buggies cheap, for cash. ns yesterday. paTtaken of. The afternoon was If you want your horse attended to Judge C. W. Massie went to spent in chatting and various games. leave it at Cnstbier & Burton's stable. Monday. After spending n delightful day, the If you will visit Canon iS: Co. you John J. Mcflcnry returned from party left for home. The party was made tip ns follows: will find n pretty line ol Dress Goods. Louisville yesterday. Misses Rosalie Wcerner, Marie Cox, T. f. Mortin nnd J, T. Moore went The prettiest line of Diess Goods Henrietta Giinthcr. Glenn Wbb, ISIta that was ever spread the peo. to the World's Fair Sunday. Cox. Carrie Wierner, Ruth Coombes, pic is at Cur.,011 fe Co. II. Williams attended Confucncc G. Corinne Cox, nnd Messrs. I,ce Ste at Hnrdinsburg this week. new nnd clean bugI'or first-clas- s vens, Randall Cotlins.Robcrt Walker, s Kev. W. A. Schell, ol No Creek, atgies nnd rigs, day or night, ISrucst Tracy, Alva Duke, Tom Par-ro- tt leave your orders with Casebier & tended Conference at Hnrdinsburg this week. lliirton. noti:s. Mrs. J. M. Casebicr visited relatives For information how to lencthen n Col. C. M. Harnett, O.vensboro, who has Ik-c- ill of typhoid lever for at Nelson Creek, Muhlenberg county, ' chain in locking a wheel, call on Hob J Walker. thice or four weeks is improving nnd this week. will be out in a few weeks. By n unanimous vote IS Tracy was Mrs. IS. P. Thomas and Miss Ruth Coombes left yesterday morning for declared the biggest cater. At Central CityJ Wednesday, the Ask Lee Stevens who hit his hat. train struck n buggy who-- only occu- the World's Fair. Miss Sallie Quisenberry went to pant, n young lady, w.is thrown out Why is it that A. Duke never gets Nelson Creek to begin school Mon- struck on any of the girls. und considerably hurt. Tnu buggy day. Central City Herald. was completely demolished. Randall Collins says he can't cat W.I I. Williams returned from Louiswatermelons he only devours them. We were slightly disappointed us ville yesterday, where he had been to The crowd did sonic fine singing on our goods were to have been opened lay iu a large stock of groceries. X their way home. by the 12th. Jlut will .say to those J. Will Cooler, 11. F. Gray and K. in need of a new that nrc 4'llrj(i' llitiriilii(" dress or a now suit that our stock is V. Williams, Beaver Dam, rcturnvd All that think we arc not moving Irom Imisvillc Wednesday night. now complete. Cahsox & Co. right along with our work should call Mr. C. M. Colc;of,Sulphur Springs, IS. J. Arnold and IS. G. Mattingly, and sec for themselves. The attendhas accepted a position with the O.vof Faith, Ky,, have bought out the ance is far nbove the average and ensboro Wagon Works. Inquirer. bat tiers shop on Main Mreet, formereich student is trying very hard to Misses Ora Harnett and Herta Ward, seo if lie c.miint 1ip.ii1 ly owned by II. C. Pace. They are lilt rlnps. ,,, to say t that lespoiihihlc j oung men and come well No Creek, visited the family of II. J. ,' Ani, we r t ....tin. f.t!.. mnnnn... i.:.. .. .,.!. recommended. We wish them success. our friends do not forget us entirely, Miss Matlie Bennett, of Louisville, instead we have liecn honored with I). Stevens and Riudall Collins Ice arrived Sunday to take charge of the presence of several this week, will in a few days open a new stock Fair Bros. & Co.'s Millinery Depart- both at our opening exercises and of groceries in the large store house ment. class recitations. Those that were now occupied by J. H. James. They present at our General ISxercises O. J. Thomas, W. G. Hardwickand will continue under their lormer firm John Vaught went to Owensboro Monday morning were, Misses Sallie name of Stevens &Collins. yesterday, to at.end the races and and ISva Taylor, Hartford; Bessie Messrs. Hunt and Young, of Rok-por- t, balloon ascension. Nail Owensboro; Bessie Morton, Mary within the next few days will and Laura Render, city. Cun'th Attorney J. IS. Rowc came begin the erection of a fine two story The matriculates of this week arc. up from Owensboro, where he is atbrick store in Beaver Dam. Taylor ISva Taylor, Hartford and J. II. Wood, tending Circuit Court, and spent & Co. are now burning the brick and Sunday with his family. He return- Ccrnlvo, in the Collegiate Departwhen the store is completed it will ment, Albert.Stewart iu the Intermeed to Owensboro Monday. be occupied by them. diate Department and Randall HuntRev. Jno. M. Crowe, ot Sikestou, er in the Primary Department. Attorney J. IS. Fogle is having lumMo., passed down on the N. N. & M. The new piano for the College has ber sawed preparatory to making V. passenger Wednesday night, en some extensive improvements in his route home from Louisville, where he arrived and Miss Nail's large class iu music enjoy their new sweet toned occulaw office and the store-hous- e had been to marry a young couple. instrument very much. pied by Fair Bros. & Co. Three The O. L. C. Society have gone to Gone llnuii- more large rooms will be added and At fifteen minutes till one o'clock work in earnest and can boast of one when completed it will be one of the largest and most convenient store- - on Thursday the 7th inst., the beauti- of the best societies ever organized. ful spirit of Clifford Vaught went out They have 7 members. j houses in the county. Mr. Henry Orsbome is on the sick from its house of clay and icturncd to Ivlsewhere will be found the adverthe God who gave it being. He list. tisement of several Owensbcro busiwas a worthy young man of nineteen The Adclphian Society had a call ness houses. They arc among the and a son of Jo. Vaught, deceased, meeting "Monday morning. This is a leading firms of the city and our peowho lived in this place. ClifTo'rd at good society and its members are all ple who trade in Oweusboro can douo the death of his father, who was a fine workers. They have now 15 better than to patronize them. They Mason, was sent as a watd from the members nnd hope to increase their appreciate the patronage of Ohio Hartford Lodge to theMasonic Widows number. ndver-tis- c county people and hence they and Orphans Home where he remainMisses Verda Duke and Carrie among them. ed about twelve years, or until his Woerner attended General ISxescises Tuesday morning. The Ohio County Fair convenes death. He was a gifted young nan, having Mary Johnson and Sadie Cawthon, September 27, 28, 29 and 30th. Come aim bring your family, what is a fine tenor voice, besides being an of the Primary Department, are on ndept with the piano. He had received the sick list. more pleasant than ndny nt your county Fair? Rememlicr that Ohio coun- marked attention and but for his early AlKtlllTIIH. ty has one of the prettiest Fair taking nway would have no doubt September 11. School atthis place Grounds and one of the best Fairs in mads an enviable reputation for him- opened last Monday with a fair attendthe State. Fair begins September 27th self as a musician. The ladies nnd ance, under the management of your management of the Home were tire- scribe. The trustees will in a few nnd continues four days. less in their efforts in his behalf, but dajs furnish the house with patent It is icportel that Mike Howley the great destroyer, consumption, had was diowned in Green River, near laid hold upon him nnd uo skill seats and such other furniture as the new school law requires. This is a CunUvillc, last Sunday night. He cjuld stay its course. step in the right, direction and we was on an excursion boat, and fell Appropriate sirvics were conductfeel assured that with such a wideover board. There is .some mystery ed and the remains were laid away in awake and efficient board of trustees about the case nnd it is suggested the beautiful Masonic Home lot that there may have lcen foul play. in Cave Hill Cemetery Thurs Jay the school will be a success. J. W. Patton made a flying trip to His body was recovered andhisbroth; evening toawait the Groat ResurrecPleasant Ridge last Friday, on busicr, Charley Howley, ol Hcflin, went tion, ness. down Wednesday. A little child of Thomas Wester-field'- s Durliii; Wrck. The members of the Cumberland is quite sick. On the nights ol September 28 and Presbyterian Church, at Oweusboro, Master Herbert King, of Beech the public will have an opportu29 gave their young pastor, Rev. J. R. nity to hear the great Southern orator Grove, who has been visiting his Crawford and his young bride a brill- nnd wit, returned Col. aunt, Mrs. J. W. Patton Hon. II. W. J. Ham. iant reception last t night iu the I Inm lias national reputation, and home last Friday. Don Juan. 1 parlors of their bcautilul Church.. will give one of his characteristic Will bp Here. The evening was devoted to music lectures. He comes under the direct Master George Smith, the Boy Vioand social intercourse, giving the management of the Hartford Lecture will entertain at the Cumberland people an opportunity Club, who have always endeavored to linist, He is Court House September 22. to meet the accomplished Mrs. Crawsecure the best talent. the greatest boy musician in the ford. It was a very pleasant occaOf Col. Ham, the Chnttanoogn, United States, and his entertainment sion, (Tcnn.,) Times, says: promises to be something grand. Ev"Ham has sprung into fame with ery lover of music should hear him. Ohio county is always interested iu the suddenness of Sam Jones, and in the success of her young men no mat The Courier-Journof recent date ter where they may go nnd it affords the secular line he is as apt, as witty, has the following to say about him: us pleasure to mention the names of and as great as the noted evangelist. "At Masonic Temple Theater last I L. and J. P. Daniels, formerly of There is an immense vein of humor night, Taylor delivered to an Olaton, who nre now promising busi- in the man despite his smoked and audience of over three thousand his They nre dried name that is infectious and con- now famous lecture on "The Fiddle ness men of Owensboro. with IS. B. Hackett, dry goods mer- tagious. In every day vernacular, he and the Bow." The exercises were appropriately opened with an admirchant's and are quite popular in their is a daisy." line. Their many friends wish theai ably executed violin solo by Master Ilnlldliiir Hnloriitl. much success. George Smith, which caused him to Any one weeding building material play "The Old Kentucky Home" in Notice, I'oplc' 1'irly. of any kind, such as lumber, ceiling, The Peoples Party Committee, to flooring, windows, sash, doors, lime, response to an encore. The Rev. Dr. wit: A. J. Carter, Fast Hartford; J. F. cement, or builders hardware, would Young neatly and briefly introduced Wallace, West Hartford; Robert Tay- do well to call on or write to Cary & the lecturer, who paid an honestly-fe- lt tribute to that musical genius, lor, Cromwell: II. T. Crowe, Fords-vill- Marble, Owensboro, Ky. which he recognized in the precocious T. M. Daugherty, Rosine; Joand talcnttd boy, who had so aptly linpsriaull seph Shultz, Cool Springs; S.J. Pax-toI have sold out my stock of Drugs, introduced him and his subject." Beaver Dam; Josinh Cliinn, McIIeneyi-W&c, and will remain in Cromwell onAddington, Small-housIn view of what Hood'sSarsaparilla A. G. Holbrook, Buford; W, ly a few weeks. Those who nre inhas done for others, is it not reasonaAbbieville; J. B. debted to me will please call and set- ble to believe that it will also be of D. Westerfield, Storms, Mnganr Joseph McKinley, tle their account nt once. benefit to you? Very truly your friend, Bartletts; Houston Basham, Shreve; ' ' J. S. Montagu r. Cease to suffer! Your nervousness, Jack Hawkins, Kills; Nat Lindlcy, 5 4t ' P. Allen, Horse headache, heart-burand general disCentertown; Wm. excessive use Branch; John A. Brown, Rockport; We, the Committee appointed by order is the result of the Hill's of Tobacco, Opium or Drink. S. A. Bennett, Beda: James M, Baize, the County Institute to Inspect the Chloride of Gold Tablets sold. by all are requested to meet exhibits ol the various schools of the leading druggists, will put nn end to Stewartsville; in Hartford on Friday, the 22d day of county, having made a careful exami- yours troubles and make a new man September, 1893, to attend to impor- nation of the work, regard that of of you. tant business. Prof. O. M. Shult. ns superior to any Mrt Free. Bun Nrwton, Ch'm'n, other presented. I have set my son, Alex Wright, W. G. Fulkkron, Sec'y. D. IS. Miu.ru, ) . fice, to contract and be contracted L. B. LoNUV, Com. To Weil. J. L. ISuioun, J with ns a free man, to sue and be containSunday's Courier-Journsued, and I will not be responsible ed the announcement of the marriage WKNT POINT. for any of his contracts. of Hon. John J. McIIenry, of this city, Miss Mautie Hicks, of Livcrmore, AI.KX Wuksiit. ' to Miss Annie Goodloc, of Afton, who has been instructing n class in August 24, 1893. 5 3t Virginia, which occurs in October. instrumental music for the last three Mr. McIIenry is one ofourbest young months, will return home Tuesd ly. Nnw men and is just beginning what The undersigned agent for John A. Messrs. W. P, Render, , C. Ben-nct- t, promises to be a very successful caJ. A. and W. R. Tichenor re- Rcitz& Sons, will make a limited The bride to lie is turned from the World's FairSunday. munlier of contracts for logs, and will reer as a lawyer. Mrs. ISverly and Mrs Jane Mead- - ' be in Hartford as much as possible, a young lady of wealth, beauty and culture and our people will cordially ows, of the Island, spent Sunday with on Mondays and Saturdays ol each welcome her to her home among us. friends near Point Pleasant. ViotKT.,,tweek. new clothing. Don't fail to sec Carbon & Co.'s I A Jolly crowd went picnicking last I'loiiio Mrt.i, 'WITLOL. 3PUE3 J. W. Ford went to the World BEFOR ltthbpsh 2R GSXXUS A.ID 2?2ES5S3 UH E vmu si All of our NEW FALL GOODS will be opened by September 12. Our stock will be complete with the BEST tint FRESHEST the Eastern markets furnish, in every line. Something NEW you will find iu that well known Dress Department first-clas- III iMI !! .MJJMHMItMBM of ours, the pioduct of Europe's nnd mnnufac-furor- America's most successful s. c Silks for Fall! All the choicest intentions for Fall wear mo hero in rich prolusion. The frcsliobt ideas in nil of the new weaves nnd colorings, in grades from tho cheapest to the best, First Offerings For Fall New Designs! New Colorings! New Fabrics! at absolutely We do not bow the very lowest prices. Mart the season by trying to see much wc can get for goods, as wo end Fine Qualites! Clothing but start by giving you tho beat values your money can procure. In Great Variety! T?rices Never belore has Hartford been treated with such an immense stock of Clolbiug, selected from the very best factories in New York and Baltimore. All Styles and Qualities, to suit every man and boy. times. To Suit Everybody!" Prices to suit the Qualities the FINEST and in all grades. 1 styles the LATEST Give us a cull. Thanking you for past favors, and liciting a continuance of same, we arc Yours to order, C-A-SOIfcT so- 6z CO- - J. D. ,4 WILLIAMS General - Blacksmith; Beaver Xtzxx, All kinds of Repairing, done on short notice and at most reasonable rates. HORSE-SHOEIN- G A SPECIALTY. ex-Go- Agent for the Kansas City Complete Circuit, All Steel, Mounted Hay Press, DisCjj Harrows, Osborne Mowers and Hakes. Come to Hartford --TO SEIS THE- - n, m. e; T SPRING OPENING OF 41 T n C. L. Field's car of Buggies just from the He MONEY by Buying from HIM. Will Davis Carriage Company. will save you SI sell you a Buggy, Harness, Lap Duster and Whip from $60.00 up to 75.00. in Cincinnati. The Davis Carriago Compauy has tho reputation of building tho best Buggy for the money ot any Factory So come and judge for yourself. !.. THE REPUBLICAN Mmi.; '.fTU, y - "& .1 JgragiaM ! m.iii.ii-.r'.- .j i I -- I .! MltnUVflr.-iyLMirSMJ.'.-ll;- "SEU1.1 Hartford llepublioun FRIDAY, tfEPTEMHKR 15, 1803 For seven or eight Hi tho moi nlng. this teason some houses have a pane ol glass In one ol the windows taken .... A TdOUGHTFDIi I"l'' '"' .'3' " ' ii MAN. threat, ami I was allowed to go scot. -- ! "illi,,v-'rai,--- r.Ki-n- --i , j'kjm i1! n idtuwj-ni- . i i, ' IW1 ii iidi'mimi winmiiiiim inrirr-r- n T ' i1.m.,t. .vl.iVI. tlw. UL-n-r nn.t ! THE DOG DIDN'T FORGET. The Book Agent round IhU Out nt I ho Cost ol nflnnrlrr. The man v is a bojfe ntr'nt, says the lloston Journal, There was no use in denying, that. Any person in his right mind would have known that he was a book agent. His trousers were frayed out nt the bottom, his hat was knocked in nt the top, and his general appearance savored of many miles walked nnd few shekels gathered. He ambled along the deserted street a few rods and then stopped undecidedly before the gate of a yaid which surrounded a small cottage house. He was weighing in his mind the probability ofasale Before lieconclnd-c- d to enter the yard n savage looking hound put in his appearance on the inside of the fence and made efforts to reach the book agent's trousers Not succeedthrough the palings. ing in this diversion, the dog sat down the . man to await the time when should open the gate to enter the yard. The book agent had made up his mind that he could sell an "Autobiography" if he could but reach the front Tourlinl lite Henri. steps of the house. But the dog was When the heart is affected bv Rheudetermined that the agent should not matism, or any of the muscles ner reach the front steps under any con- that organ, it is like tampering with sideration. "Good doggy" nnd the an electric wire, for death nny come "nice fellow" failed to make the least at any moment, If life is worth it, impression on the canine. He only go to the druggist and get Drum-mond- 's howled defiantly on his side of the Lightning Remedy for Rheufence. His howls brought a man from matism, or send to the Drummoud nround the corner of the next house. Medicine Co., Maiden Juie, He was anexceedinglylean and hung- New York, and they will send you a ry looking man. He took in the sit- large bottle by express. It is not as uation at a glance and came over to quick as electricity, but it will save where the nook agent was vainly en- your life if you take it in time. Ag'ts deavoring to conciliate the dog. He wanted. thrust both his hands deep into his Ignorance of the merits of De Witt's empty pockets and drawled out: Risers is a quarter I'll call ofTthe dorg. " Little Early pills regulate misfortune. "For a These little the liver, The book man must have made up cure headache, dyspepsia, bad breath, his mind that the chances lor a sale constipation and billiousuess. I. B. Ui:.n at that particular house was extra good, for he drew out the fourth part of a dollar nnd handed it to the strangFITS. All fits stopped free by Dr. er. That individual carefully soundKline's Great Nerve Restorer. No ed it in his teeth, and, being convincfits after first day's use. Marvelous ed of its genuineness, he dropped it cures. Treatise and $2. 00 trial bottle into his spacious pocket. his slouch hat free to Fit cases. Send to Dr. Kliue, Then drawing down over his eyes and turning up 931 Arch St., Phila., Pa. For sale by his coat collar, he assumed a highly all druggists; call on yours. 36 iy dramatic attitude and in stentorian tones hissed forth: "Tige, Tige, I say! II. C. Pace, Hartford's papula Thou coward and thou brute, know'st barber, has made arrangements to thou that thy master lies captive in have a barbers shop open each day yonder wood and doth thou linger during the Fair at the Fair Grounds I say!" here? Begone! Degon-n-and can accommodate you on .short The dog glanced up in a half curinotice when you come to the Fair. ous way, and then turned shamefacedRemember he will have a shop at the ly away and putting his nose to the Fair Grounds. ground he slunk quickly from sight. "Yer see, pardner," exclaimed the Wanted! hungry looking man, "that dog an' I Siilitil.iv I lie Icoroy. One or two of good pop- I shall never forget the first time used to play in high tragedy, an' he lar lumber. Addtess, that 1 saw I,ord Dufferin, bays an old ain't forgot his cue yet. An' by the F. A. Axir.s & Co., soldier, according to the London way I don'tbelieveyou will sell a book 5 tf Owensboro, Ky Globe. In 1SS2, when a recruit, I in that house, cuz the folks have One ' ' was stationed at Barrackpore. on a family picnic. gone off One word describes it ' 'perfection. They left the dog to look out for the We refer to De Witt's Witch Hazel Sunday evening I was taking a walk along the road leading past the Vicehouse. Hot weather, ain't it? So long. Salve, which cures obstinate sores, regal Lodge, when I saw a gentleDemocracy on Nllver. burns, skin diseases and is a well man, accompanied by two or three laAt the request of several parties we known cure for piles. I B. Bean. dies and several gentlemen coming print below the Democratic platform toward me. In my ignorance ol high of 1892 on the silver question: If you can afford to be annoyed life I little thought that his lordship "Wedenouncethe legislation known headache and constipation, don't would venture abroad without a suitas the Sherman net of 1890, as a cowuse De Witt's Little Early Risers for able escort, nnd as the party passed ardly makeshift, fraught with possihey will cure them. L. B. Bean. me I never came to attention or yet bilities of danger in the future, which saluted. What was my astonishment should make nil of its supporters, ns .Some I'ii r Nn 11 Tricks when the leading gentleman raised LONDON DAILY NEWS well ns its authors, anxious for its his hand to his hat, smiling benig-nautl- y s Some ingenious ot speedy repeal. nil the time, and passed slowly "We hold to the use of both gold Paris have invented a way ol coloring their wares in order to improve their by. A sergeant, however, who had and silver, as the standard money of of respect or stupidthe country, and to the coinuge of market values. They color ordinary spotted my want ity, term it what you will, came up both gold and silver without discrim- oranges a deep red, making them ininating ajainst either metal, or charge look like mandarins, which fetch with all the pomposity of a drilt structor, and in scathing tones said: of mintage, but the dollar unit of much higher prices. They also tint coinage of both metals must be of pineapples to look more attractive, "Why did you not salute? Do you know who that is?" I replied, in a equal intrinsic and exchangeblc val- and dye the common white strawber-rie- s humble way, that I was not nware, a lovely red. Melons are now beue, or to be adjusted through interI national agreement, or by safeguards ing treated in a similar way, and tint- and that had been taught not to salute civilians. "What, you young of legislation as shall insure the ed a fine orange, their flavor being villiau! Pretend you did not know his maintaicance of the two metals,and the increased by injecting an essence of I will get you pack drill equal power of every dollar at all melon, The latest development of lordshop? and saluting drill until further ortimes on the markets, and in pay this business is in connection with I then became aware of the ment of debt; and we demand that all pears.whieh are died red for a third ders." paper currency shall le kept at par of their size, and blue below, thus pre- awful mistake I had made, and passed senting the national colors when peel the night in apprehension and dreamwith and redeemable in such curren1 hese are said to be in demand i ing of siluting drill and Lord Dufferin ed cy. insist upon this policy as es- for desert fruit, on account of their alternately: but to my intense relief "We novelty. the worthy sergeant did not fulfill his pecially necessary for the farmers and laboring classes, the first and most defenceless victims of unstable money and a fluctuating currency." d e well-dtcss-e- d n 1 d 48-5- 0 well-dresse- d rfor-iii-cwell-dresse- d e, car-loato-dafruit-dealer- milkman pass their cootls on their early morning rounds without troubling a member of the family to get tip and open the door. It is said to be quite common for a good cook to insist on the family dining not later than five o'clock, in order Hint she may be able to put the kitchen in order nnd go home early. If these or any other demands nrc not granted, the servant leaves without nny notice there being apparently no law of master nnd servant in Urazil. The wages average 2 to $ a month with lood, and the servants, as a inlc, purloin enough every night to provide a supper nt home. These servants nrc nil negroes or mulnltoes, nnd are nearly all freed slaves; but in spile of all their drawbacks they are generally preferted to white servants, who in Brazil have nearly all worse failings than the blacks. Some of the Italian immigrants and German colonists arc in domestic service, but they nte even more independent than the blacks. One reason for the scarcity of domestic servants is the number of factories which have lately sprung up, in or handy which fair needle-womeworkers can get treble the wages ol a domestic servant with shorter hours of labor. wiicn iiicNiiimju'i'i.cn a I'mcci ill Action Wnw l'r..lll.l lllllllt.di.lt Hill Hi' Tliiiroiitflir- Itrurrttcil II. When nn afternoon train bound uptown on the Sixth Avenue elevated railway pulled up at Fourteenth street the other day, says the New York World, a middle aged man, dressed with most scrupulous care and groomc.l beyond all reproach, got on board the last car. He was so carefully got up and proppcr looking that no one would expect tosses him carrying a parcel, but for the tinns Ieing he was burdened with siu-l- i an incumbrance. lleliau llclitiuif it wcrcan unusual thing to be so tioublcd, nnd wlu-i-i he found n se.it he put it on the vacant sed beside him ind buried himself in his nltcruoon papr. He never once street looked up until Forty-seconwas li.u-iii. i.it Rtir.nl emeu out: "Fiftieth strret r.ixl?" and wns about to shut tin? gatis when the man seated on the othet s: !c ol the man's pared happened to remember that it was hi station, and made a wild tush fir thedoir The well dressed man looked u; from his piper a! er the disapp.Mrin.; 111 in nnd then he looked down nt the parcel. T.i"ti he ;r.ibbd the parcel and shutlcil: "Hi. there!" The man ha pone nnd the man lalily flew to the door with the bundle, in his desire to do man the unfortunately absent-mindea good turn. It was to late. The gates were cloml and the tiain w.--s in motion. His prc.'cnce of mind did not even then deseit him. He gave the paicel to the guard, with a few hurried words. The guaid threw it to the' ticket chopper as he p.o.setl. nnd pointed out the man. who was then disnpearing in the stairway, nu 1 the chopper raa after the man, jiticel in hand man came Then the back to his sea' and icsuming hisrea ' ing, his face expressing much satis- ;cod faction nnd consciousness of l action, ckverly pi Fiftieth street wns passed before h again looked up from the paper. Then he looked down at the vacant seat by his side. His face turned florid. Then he jumped up as if he had bien on a hornets nest, and his complexion became purp'c. "fly the gicnt Jupiter!" heshouted; "that was my paicel!" The gaurds came in and grinned, and all the passengers laughed. Looking as though he had just gone broke on Cotdage, the man went into the next car to obtain sanctuary, and when he got off at Fifty-thii- d street to take the ne.M train back, he remarked to theguatd: "I would not care, for the darn thing but it belonged to my wife." well-diesie- .l sit-tin- ij terrible crimo of not knowing nnd saluting the Viceioy of nil India. I often think now of the oppoi luuity I lost of making one ol my grandest salutes.aud perhips.who knows, I might have been officer now. As it is 1 am still a private, happy and contented, only that salute, that was not, still ttoubles my mind. free from the Very runny. said tho street car conductor, "how things run In this business. Now, if I carry a one nrnied man in tho morning, I'm pretty suro to carry 0110 nrnied men nil day." "I'vo noticed that," said tho conductor who was olt duty and who was rid ing down town in tho roar s.Mt. "Same way with 0110 legged men too. Beat? all how many men thero nro in this town . themselves." ' who hnvo lost pnrts of "That's right," said tho first conductor. "I noticed that when I caino down ' tho other afternoon. Up nt tho corner of Bryant street n 0110 armed man got on. Two blocks further down a man with 0110 of his legs gone climbed aboard. Then it wns a steady stream of thorn a limn with both iinna cut off and n man with both legs cut oil. Then eamo n man with both arms nnd one leg off, who was toted around by nnother man, nnd 11 man with both legs nnd 0110 unit off. Then thero was n man who had an eye gotio nnd a mau with both eitr.t cut off. "Funniest thing, though, was n man who got 011 nt Swan street who looked to lx all right. IIo uiiido some sort of Mgn to mo when I took lii3 fare, and 1 didn't understand it. Bo I nsked him what ho meant. IIo uiiido another nlgn. 'Can't you talkV tmlil I, mid ho shook his head and opened his mouth, and I'll bo jiggered if his tongue wasn't cut off." "That was sorter quisT,"siiid tho other eoaductor, "but it was ldudur lucky too." "How do you iiiako that out?" asked tho other conductor. "I don't see how tho poor ctths was in luck." "Oh, yes, ho was," replied tho other "It's funny," ' conductor. "IIo couldn't iKissibly bo M Vvi The American Economist puUIsInu ' JfflLiJ this week, nsn special suppleiu nt ill" ' 23jKlKgZ3 complete lest of two nllU-i.i- t made by Hon. Win. Iluigess, of i'ten. ton, N, J., formerly United Sides' WWISStik Consul to Sheffield. These icp.irts ' directly upon the comparative cost ol you nil run (lowtii'manufactures of poltety in this coun) oil 'si'on of try and in Knglntid ns well as 11p1.11 ' the couditiou of the laborers in both Lime countries. The second of these icp.irts will build you flesh was forwarded by Consul Burgcs to the State Department, but lia-- t been appetite. give you a withheld from publication by the present Secretary of State, presumably, we rVott's KmuWi'ti euros Cfughs, suppose, because it shows the condiGolds, Consumption, Serofhta am) tion of the American pottery in ikirs all Anaemic and Uniting CUcascn. to be better than that ol the woikeis Prevents wasting In cliiUrco. nlutiil)!rniiilll. t.'etimty in t'ie Fnglish .lotteries, a condition the Kcnuliic TrepanM by Scott .V that is not in touch with the Free Howno, Clicml.ts, New York. 8.1I1I by all l)ruglU. Trade Idas of the present administration. The Anuri.-ai- i Fcononust, however, has obtained a copy of the report nnd gives it that publicity which it deseives. It ihould be particular.)-interestinto the potteiy workers in d D.isli Kail, Sett Rail, Handlet, Ii it possible n Top UgfS with Ohio just i.ow, when they can comHub lUruU wid Shaft Tip, for aboe price t pare their ptcseut conditions with those of the linglish workers, which will be their conditions tmder Trade. In this connection it is woith o a k t? C noting that our importsof pottery from F.nglaud during the fiscal earendmg June 30, 1893, weie $565,000 larger W T" than in the previous year, ami that in 0 y-July we imported $60,000 mole of Knglish pottery than in July, 1S92 The Ohio woikers will appreciate tne efforts of the linglish niaiiufactuieis to get their goods in here nt nny Write for our New 80 page Catalogue of all kinds of Vehicles. Allium price that will help to check tlu SOUTHERN BUGGY American industry. The suppies.cd OHIO. U. S. A report of Consul fiurges c.pl.ini the CINCINNATI. reason. fmm -- . 1 i .Nllln,;T.l1ril llcntirt. MH.UCN KCON'OMIST '"""'"" 1 ffi' sa .rt.lhalw iMioi B -- uKifKbuIB -- I Scarfs Emul.Liver Uil iim IJuiwcv.m and Soda and HypophosphiLii'ot on you up and put and good Arc Emulsion Scotfs $37.50 SOUTHERN QUEEN $37.50 Silvcr-pl.ite- THE such a blamed liar as you are. See?" And then 11 dead silcnco fell over the rear of tho car, broken only by tho chuckles of tho fat passenger who woro an alpaca coat. Buffalo Express. Crt-u- t Cliitnrci. In tho ranks of a certain company of New York volunteers there wasan Irish man who afforded an inimcnso amount of amusement as well as cotibTderablo amioynueo to all who camu in contact with him. It was said that tho reception of nny order, savo one to "fall in" for dinner or for pay, nlwaya found him not ... r nor2 00. TT SB T.A!MT:i Settling a tonic oi rhllilrvii tlint uant l.iilt.llnj ui, tlimil.l tnkr 1IHOWN1 IICOX IILTTr.ltS. It U .lcunt to take, runs AlaUrli, Iiiillgt Unn Kii.1 lUlluuiiicis. All i!ci!cnU'i.plt. ost ix Quintr. . cmtisiiiii.it WORMS 'WHITE'S CREAK quite ready. He was fertile in oxenses to nn astonishing degree. Ho was perhaps in several battles, but that U not certain. One motniiig after tho war was over this IrWiiiiMii nppeared nt tho house of his old commander with a request that that gentleman would "i;ive him a bit of paper to git him a pinsion wid." Not liking flatly to refuse tho request, ' which the man had como many miles to prefer, tho commander put him off with homo evasion, but when the Irishman appeared a second time ho said firmly: j "Mike, you a to not entitled to a pen. . slon. Yon were never wounded." .Mike, I VERMIFUGE Has led ail Worm nomodles. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. FOR 20 YEARS ly RKIIlBBaOX JilMCHr SOLD EVintYWUKUE. CO., ST. 10U CoimiUTcinl R. Hofi'l. CENTRAL CITY, KY. R. PAX0N, PR0PRIT0R. Has just been lepaiieil nnd newly Located close lo Depot. s lunch Give first-clas- "No," said with an ingratiating ' Mnilo, "it's not so much tho wounds 1 Kot. but yo mixlit nhiKiko of tho chaucea I was nfther bavin!" Youth's Com- - , rnrnilixil pardon. Tliu I'lilinntp Sucrinrr. Good meals or it n trial. Tho tramps were trudging along tho dusty roads on a hot afternoon, because tho harvest hands wouldn't let them stop in tho shade to rest, nnd they had had nothing to eat or drink slnco tho night before. "Hungry J" nsked one. "Yes, but I'm drier," was tho gloomy response. glass of beer:" "Willie," responded tho other earnestly, "I'd almost work for it." Detroit Free Press. Not In the Illll tr Tare. An epicurean nobleman called 0110 day on n banker of his acquaintance and re marked in tho coun.0 of conversation, "I hnvo just been dining with a poet who treated us at dessert to nn excellent 11 "What would you give for a nice, cold iiiiil mrrwiiKN An Unprecedented Offer. GHKAT VALUE FOR LITI'LE .MONKY. WOULD WEEKLY NEWS OK THE FOR A TRIFLE. New York Weekly Tribune, A twenty.four pagejnurual, It U the leading Republican family paper of tho United State.-'- . U titled with meinlier of a country family. It is n iiitcrcrtiug remling matter for every NATIONAL FAMILY 1'Al'KR, and I L0USVILLE and WITH MEMPHIS, PULLMAN BUFFET FKOM Sleeping Cars' epigram." gives all the general news ol the United Statea nnd the world. It gives the events of foreign lauds in n niitMiell. ltd AGRICULTURAL department iins no superior in the country. Its MARKET REI'ORTS nro recognised authority in nil parts of the land. When his visitor had gone, tho banker, "self made" man, sent for his cook and asked him, "How is it you hnvo never yet sent any epigrams up to my table';" Propaganda Mercantile In- AND TO I.Oi:iHVIM.t:,.tt:.MI'III.H,VI4'KNIII'lt ii.vion itouK.ntiti m;v okm:ant, vln OTrmilil, dustrial. Worried. Emetine I'm awfully afraid I'vo offended Archie. Annabel In what way? Eineline I broke our engagement nnd forgot to tell him about it until I'd given it out to tho society papers. Chicago Record. All Iili'iil. The Quick and Desirable TO AND FOS1 ' It Inn separata department for THE FAMILY CIRCLE and OUR YOUNG FOLKS. Its HOME AND SOCIETY columns coiuinnnd the ndininiliou of wives and daughters. Its Route general po itical new, editoiials and discussions nro comprehensive, brilliant and exhaustive. A contract enables us to oiler this splendid jotirnul and THE REPUBLICAN New York I'liilndelphin Ilnltlrnoro U'aMdriKton Norfolk Ob Point Onilnrt Richmond lliiirxln C'levnlnntl Toledo C'hlciiifo IrnltHiiHiolia CinciniiHti l.oillsvillu Eastorn nnd Northoastorn Points Tho lire is thoroughly equipped nnd iri s condition, urid provides mi excelItctlal'il. lent nrriingcniciitin time nnd throus;!. curs A little boy vas nsked what the SunA kkatukk It the time unci convenience day school U was. IIo answered, secured by the Limited Kxprcus Trains. "Many uio cold, but few aro frozen." .Only a nioiit's nunc between IiouUvillti Newark Call. and MemphlB, arid tho bed and quickest lervlce between Urn two citlcrcvsr utrured. flrst-clns- "What a superb face!" said 0110 Boston girl to nnother as they stood a inarblo head of Minerva. "Yes," said the other. "What a noso lar sjiectncles!" H.irr.per'8 Bazar. nnd .Memphis VicKsburK Union Itouge New OrlcHiii Mobile I.Htlo Hock Hot Springs and points in WeslTennea-(c- o Tcxns Arknnims .MlMfsiiil Loulsinns nnd tie South nnd SOUTH W'JJrfT. :For Only $1.25 tion may begin CASH IN ADVANCE. rr yoctr. Hartford, Kentucky. ' The regular subscription price ol tho two papers is 82.2o. Subscrip- at any time. Address all orders to D IIAUTFOIUJ REPUBLICAN, Write your name, and uddro-- s on a postal card, sond it to Geo. V. Best, Room 2, Tiibuuu Building, New York City, and u sample copy of the N EV YORK KEKLY TRIBUNU will bo mailed to vou. 1J. O. RooS returned from the World's ccitAit uitovi:. Pair the 26th inst., where he had been taking in the sights of all nations for two weeks. L. W. I locker has moved to Beaver Dam. on the corner of Main and Oak Streets. Dan Aultmire has taken charge of L. W. I locker's farm. Mrs. lUla Aultmire is up and about again after several weeks' .sickness. Miss Mamie Aultmire visited her brother, Dan, last week. II. M. Taylor and family visited in the Liberty neighborhood Saturday and Sunday. R. II. Barnes, of the Beaver Dam neighborhood, visited in the Ceralvo neighborhood several days last week. Mrs. Sallie Rhodes, of Mtthlenburg county, visited her daughter, Mrs. Drusilla Ross last week. Cmmax. Tin- HILL'S pPH NKrNNrNX ..,v..uu.w.i;uu IK II F Akciii nl lli'ini'r T.S.Ljsch, I Ticket", Tiinp-TaMami till ciclrpilinririna-lionecurfil lijr applylnx to J. ll.Tlclirnor n lHin,or I Ccn'l fan, i..lcti!Sfil!e, Kr. REMEMBER cnrt-lu- t nnu Hiviiu trie most toour icsixjnaHiU lty nnd tho mcrltd of our Tablets. invi'stlKiittotii.H WF. flUAlUXTEE A CUKE rtA.-. ?V.".2 '?.". SK""' "V.'P:?V. '.Bl Yfn V u C"P !'!,Ln or to without the .. .Mauuh nii, n,t (umiuuniy BtupBiuuKiugor ouunitigin a row uayd. AM M Doable Chloride of Gold Tablets from atosdnya. Perfectly 111 MWt&m-- m $&v2M2L4&n;MB.'M.Mikg I barm. Nertiii.l nni-v- i LONDON 0.1 In llriisll. STANDAKI). ' The consequences of the scarcity of domestic servants in Brazil, owing to the abolition of slavery, are described in the last British consular report from Rio Grande do Sul. It appears that not I per cent, of the male or fe-- ! male servants will sleep in their mas-- 1 tor's house. They insist on leaving nt the latest by seven o'clock in the evening, nnd will iot return befote W r uuu uviu utiiu uuuu uuiuuyuuurt on 1110 juri or mu imui'iu, uy uiousooi our SHIXIAL. FORMULA QOLD CURB TABLETS j'linnRirrntmcnt patients nro nUonrisI tlio frco 11x0 of Mnuor or A FEW until mien tlino aa thoy Hhiill voluntarily rIvo them up. y""l'I,-l"'.'"- i " !i;mi!iiiiuui li'MluiUJllllltl irco,iiuu snail tin Testimonials wn...v ... j.tuvu Ul II1VHU UUIJ11H in coinniiiiiiuii lion with portions who huvo been cured bythouuoofourTADLETS. nrn for Bale by all from persons MILL'S .TABLETS druKKHtH at 1 .00 IKTIiaCKIIRO. If yourilruiorltl(icHiiotki'pthcm,pncInsous $ .00 who havo boon ami wii wiii aviiu you, uy return mull, u packugo of our cured by the use of Wrlto your narno nnd aililreai plainly, nnd stato lauioia nro ior loLucco, juorpuino or j.niuiir llltuil. DO NOT BB DECEIVED Into purchasing j u tnwt iitiiimaiiu.itiuiiin iiihi. urn iH'lllir Tin: Onto Cheuical C0.1 lfTtit,l au L,unln ..I. .. Tw I1EAH HllirI lmvn hcon tialnrr roup ' ' dn itir xxjjluj Mm """ onu 111K0 ntioint-T- . euro for tobacco hahlt. mid found it would do what VOU claim for It. I nped tun cents MunufacturtU only by worm 01 inotiiroiiKebichvivlnK tobaicouuay, and Hum on to llvo clpirs; or 1 would smoko Olll ten to lortv lllnfil of tfilmrrn. Ifiivn phutiiut nnd smoked lor twcntv-llvvenrs. unit two imcknccs OHIO CBEHICAL CO, of your Tablets cured mo ho i hnvo noUvslru for It. 11.iu.uAiL.uuu, iA'siic, aiicn. 51, S3 A 68 Opera Block, hnnim fEiinr. N. Y. TnKOnloCnEHICAI.Cn.! nENTLEMCH: LIMA, OHIO. for tl.(IU worth r vour Tuliluts for Tnlincpo llnhlt. 1 thcinnllrlfrlitnnrl.itltriniiiph I wim li.it tin liHivvuinrilnpniiil linn'i.r they did tho work In less tlmn thrcn tin vs. I inn cured. I'AIITICULARS Truly yours, MATllfiW J01INbON,I'.O.Box3. 1'lTTRIllTIinil. 1A. FREE. flENTLKUEN! TllROnlOCnF.MICALCo.! It irtvefl mn tilniiMirn In sneak & Word of limlHO for TourTahlrts. Mvhuii wusHtioiiirlvnililleteit tntliuusoof llnuor.and tlirouuli ufilend. 1 was led totrv vourTalilcia. iinwuinlieavvnud COimtant drinker. Tint after uslni: vourTablets but lliri'iiilarulinfiiiltdrluklnir. ami will not touch llauor of anv kind. I hnvo waited huloro wrltlnw you, In order to know tho euro was permanent. Yours truly, HPH HAR E?.? Mor-pliliFIBST-class 1 wiii-wr- w,c!1Lt''"'e.iwith. iSiiiiMiiH I :. 1. ill s Tablets. . It ..: :W t . . j.xlj31j.'j.o 11 -- ' v- - 11 TSTotiL fnm-numt- Mttif. HELEN MORRISON. ' Cincinnati, Ohio. TnE Onto CntMiCAL Co: Oknti-huek- : Your Tablets havo performed umlrnclo amvcasi llsiKt liiornhlno. llvtHxlcrmlcallv. forinvun Vi.nn. - uuu liuvu -- - - enreu oy tliu uso 01 huvn .:.-- . .' :.. .: - tiiwn ...r.. ; .: ... 1; . ....:.." j ".vuv:. tv, L,. LWEUAY. iwu jiutnufa'co ui yuur lautvui, mm wunuui nny coon oil my part. 1 We are manufacturers of Buggies, Carts Surries and Carriages, and deal directly with the co nsumer, thus saving him the per cent, usually paid to middle men. Our prices are reas- "iftrui RESPONSIBLE AGENTS WANTED In wrlUni plsssa rosnUon this f tt AldrttH all Ordora to THE OHIO CHEMICAL CO., B r.- onable, and we guarantee satisfaction. Respectfully, 01, 03 and Opera Block. LIMA OHIO. F. A. AMES A CO. CvaiJiboro, Ky, '" ?! ".