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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1894 hao1894062901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1894 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ,- J TJIK J 1 V THE'HEFUBUUJaVN ar vkky fiitAswAnMt And VERY LARGE: J AVKRriINO nftli J i KATfctt - f CIRCULATION IS OF Tie Haeteord Republican. HARTEORD, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1894. NOXIIWATOaorilllR A SPECTBAL OT WWIQI2 The Republican. Pay up and onoyoarln Advance and we will send you The Loulsvlllo Weekly Commercial ono yoar free. Subscribo at oncer Will show how you .'ri' you pjjjj THIS TAG stand with WE DO JOB WORK fEtsrovar VOL. VI. BL-laaaL-, NO. 48. PROFESSIONAL Latest U. S. Gov't Report CAM). Cotton Belt Route Arkansas, Texas With through Car Service Irom remember distinctly it proved an excellent cure for my malady, and it was refresh! tier as well, that I have mohtimkr c. hrowh. ever since been a friend to the Ill a rickety house, mid a garden of "steam" or "alcohol" bath. flkftt aaatab weeds The siU" bath is nu old, tried, and That flourished unhindered to scatter j very excellent remedy lor constipa- their seeds. Where the cobwebs excluded the tion, headache and other diseases the flesh is heir to. In pregnancy it is wwt li?ht ol morn. A woman sat idly, in garments lor--, simply invaluable, and lessons the lorn: pains in p.irtturltion, which all moth n She looked at the holes in the ers who have tried it will attest. If floor. And the rags, not too clean, that her you suffer from a disordered liver, the acid bath is known to bring about a mile ones wore, Then smoothed her torn wrapper and speedy cure. "Place a little vinegar peacefully sighed: in the water 'In some way or other the Ird will temperature,"and heat to the usual says my authority for provide." this statement. Of nil the restful Her husband sat out by the door in baths, the hot foot bath takes the the shade. medal. I know how to find quick conWith his head on his chair-bac- k ' relief when my feet are tired and tentedly laid, While the briar and weeds did his burning, for I thrust them into hot meadows adorn, water, as hot as can be tame, for two And the grass in his field was I or three minutes, then into very cold the com. POK CLOTHES. water, wiping carefully with n sou; Of rtttta (in hlstnmaet)-theTaattr- ff towel. After this process I rub them was w iu;k, ppocnn a cum co. onnt th And his coat was just ready to fall with pure alcohol, and lo! the tire J from his back. " But he calmly observed, when these and burning sensation has entirely H A B disappeared, perhaps has been drownfacts he descried: "In some way or other the Lord will ed in the depth of my foDt pan. At provide." any rate my feet feel "like new,' and 'i KcAVLAIIKMJtMARiSy it may be, I go to sleep that night forgetting Iu come way or other," that I had just a few moments ago hut sure COPYRIGHTS.The Lord, although patient and long "the tiredest feet in towm" Mothers, BTA1N A IMttKTff GAM 1 for uj an baoctt opinion, writ t to endure, rot4 don't go to bed feeling so miserable, MDNNAUffaWD aa" had Manrsnr pari Can scarce be expected to stall-fee- d Until and perhaps to lay awake half the AMabMmmIioC J UunartrtetJrcniiAdanUaL - j the man. fucawlen CAoaraliiffiirBla wd fcow to W ( Mtonn ln tba mm fr. AIm a muiav gumption to do night trying to ease your feet, when Who has not the teal u4MltM trot ntfr. hot and cold water will relieve them MfBM taan tanmt Una A Ox liwhl what he can; paMUwUb-owMalf arc Uaent brovfhthmMor,baTor twlwidKt Pftftfr,at And although He bcoueaths us the so willingly. to to Tali Iruits of the land, tba Und wNklr, alacanti y tttatcrmtMl, dm bTfar too UrfMt ctrmUUom of any adaoufta work U Many a poor suflercr who submits Aud scatters His bounties on every hand, ll fc.IV. OUIVUIl (9 Alllktll VUMPVUVIIWV ready-mad- e on He doesn't put bread of malignant sores and scrofulous the shelf. even a chicken must scratch lor swellings, miht be cured, withoutan But operation, bp taking Aycr's Sarsapa himself. rilla. This remedy expels from the And I think He far better pleased blood all the impurities by which with the folks tit. Lou'u Southwestern Ry.) Who tackle life bravely and cheer It disease is generated. TO with jokes, The BnI IlUdbniiil. Who rustle and hustle the journey IVORY PHENOMENON. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Buriod Half a Century Ago No LMngThlnff Will Grow Ovor tho Spot. CHICAGO TIMKS rat-eate- 50AP I ClPURfcMji ier rrr' THE ONLY LINE mempi to No vhaugc l mu, Cam to And fill up the chinks with a laugh and a song, Than with those who so solemnly sit themseh'es down, In idleness waiting a robe and a crown And piously chant, as they drift with the tide, "In some way or other the Lord will provide." OR INTEKM EDITE POINTS. Te Balk I Hnmtmtr. woman kind. Frequent and thorough bathing of the entire body in hot weather insures health, comfort and vigor. Personal cleanliness must not be neglected if one would preserve health and good looks The daily sponge bath is highly recommended to all women and especially to delicate women. Sea salt is cxcelleut for nervous women, where used in the proportions of one-hal- f cupful to two quarts of luke warm rain water. Take the sea salt sponge bath just before retiring. It will induce restful slumber, and find you comfortable and happy the next morn-in- g at breakfast. Use only the best soap when taking your regular I use castile soap and "plunge.'1 find it agrees with nearly all tender skins, while the cheap, highly soaps which sj many use, are highly injurious, and should therefore be avoided as poison. As soon as you emerge from the warm bath, dry the skin thoroughly with a towel moderately coarse, and rub vigorously. A thorough rubblug brings about a good reaction, and comfort and case per-fum- TwoJDaily Ti Airs Carr lug through Coaches and Travelling the Pullman Sleeper. lluett farmiajr, grating and Umber laud. And reaching the moat pro-pctowns and citic in the ruu Great Southwest. Wilding FARMING LANDS. abundant y all the ccicali, enru and cotton, aud especially adapted to the cultivation of imall fruits and early vegetables. Affording GRAZING LANDS. excellent pasturage during almost the entire year, and comparatively clow to the Krcat mnrketii. TIMUEU LANDS. Covered with atimet inexhaustible forces of yellow pine, cypreu and the bard wood common to Arkausas and Eastern Texan; Cart be procured on reasonable and advantageous terim. All llMroronurci Willi ana tonvvliek M Cotton Bolt Route Ak yuuruearvtl Ticket Ageut for mups, tiuio. tables, etc., and write to any ol the following tor all iuforma tiou you may desire concerning the trip to the Great Southwest. rlNit alrvlMlb follow. Dit R.T. G.MATTHEWS, Paw. E. W. LaBEAUME, At., Louifqille, Ky. G. P. ATkt. Ag St. Louis, Mo. J. A. EDSON, Gen'l Supt., Texarkaua, Tx. ? t 41 ANYWHERE 1. . EVERYWHERE! UMMSR KXOURftlON TICKKTS MMHUUVtttM ClKsaHHtiiitlwiklini RAILROAD Tt the 8pr1f ail MMatala if VkfWtt Ta tha Ukei aatf Watrfa if tti North, Ta tlia 8iaktre aad tie 6ma, TO Hhb THE PROMINENT RESORTS UNITED STATES iNDCMMI AS WELL AS TO TUB I enjoy a vigorous "towelling," especially when tired and aching from the effects of daily duties. Never bathe soon after eating, and never bathe when the body is exhausted. I have seen women "fly" to the bath room and plunge into ice cold water when heated from brisk walking, cooking over a hot stove or nearly parched from various other forms of exercise, but this itfthe most dangerous thing in the world to do, and has been the foundation of many a serious disease. Be very particular about the cold airstrikingyou until at least a full half an hour after bathing. Many a fatal cold can be traced to tlu? sudden changes from heat to cold immediately after a vigorous bathing of the entire surface of the body. I invraia-bl- y put common salt into the water in which I bathe, as it opens the pores of the skin in a gr. t yag m inner. I do not have the opportunity of taking a vapor bath often, being by nature robust and strong, but in my early .girlhood I was iuduced to try the vaoor bath three or four times in a winter season for some catarrhal affection and cold on the lung, and I a Pleasant Spots near Horns: GRAYSON 8PBIM0S, DAWBOir ggBPTOg, UP TO A OBRTJaH POINT obittkwdwt smnroB, OXKTJXiXAy Adv4oUn Vamoua for their BocUl, IleUthAtl, nd Bconomk BPK1K, forT'aod M. - vmrvrj to a'fojettro rtoedy, crania wo K afro Haroea uoUtn Meaicu roUef east.1 I 38 arc on sale between an atatlona within u unc ot nny rouea, ana TOtBK XHBTXCXBTftwUlbcsoldtoLoaU- and Fadncah, ftlle, MemphU.thoMcme. - from poiaU ia lUtWicleaules n H laioraatloitf ferrdlnr a trip In ftoyairvcUon'wM be AirnUe4 on anatf. catton to any ftnt of the U, tt "IfecoTory t that Uod to I ireaioa. whs torore, " jvar&wz k mlf joltovo, where otber com' wlsl .. k to CketAftake, OWa ft Smiawsiisra E. at and anyenoufartaf book famaalli f any adrertUinr matter, deecrlUat uy particular or rroftecaa procure um ay willing to re-o-rt anyoi inetoiwwiB; J.T.DOfl6VAIL ono no reached tWoaga annod vlalda to ttJo mxunaia, Tao " SartaSdoue aCectioa Of too htte Oeatfajaaeloa to OM of ' taaax ' tor tsajtororeryooaor "aWsaVaTOfl Jo, for oMblaclteaito a. mmA SaAMHAaaM aa4 oil ohroaio Irosr- oMaL taroat, aad Luna atefOinai vvf or WeaJt iMfS, y7 rAPVOAH,aY. uavaie.fuM. WJ Tnv.rtM.Aat. MVMVaU, BY, r,B.iYew: ,SttnJrtitatetoooatogiafwUea; KToTor fslto to tmm or oara, ToalteTojwranoMyliafik. Gte nfUM olto bo goM tor yott to s I toaaoedrrtaBe4y .ttb. ST. 0.I.WUHIMI, At!. lm I MMtfW sr. fxjoiifiiu, atboawroH. j JojI ai Caourp. This little town has a genuine ghost story to tell! Among the earliest settlers of Ilancosk county was William Ford. He was nil alone on a little larm not far from Plymouth. He was found dead iu his little cabin. It was decided to bury the man on his little forty acre farm. The men who dug the grave cut away the growing wheat a bit, but when the grave was covered the wheat seemed to be growing close about the grave It was more noticeable in n few days when some one in crossing the field discovered that the wheat for a considerable space around the grave had dried up. It looked as if it had been scorched. As the season advanced the wheat In the field grew high and by the time it was nearly ready for the spectacle was reaper a strange near William Ford's presented grave. The wheat had grown up all around the grave again, but iu the exact shape of n coffin. The space that the coffin would naturally occupy was as bare ns a board. Not a living thing would grow on it. If you go along that way when the field is filled with waving grain you will see, outlined distinctly in one corner of the field, a coffin a coffin made so by the bare earth that is simply surrounded by the grain. Not only can this be seen every year when the cropping season comes around, but some of the neighbors declare that on dark nights they have seen a vision of this cofiiu iu the air hanging over the spot where Ford lies buried. One describes it ns n most beautiful light surrounding the coffin. As the strange light passed lAI.Mr.K COX IN DltMORUST'S MACA- over the spot where the grave is a ZINn FOR JULY. sort of wraith arose from the earth He is a good husband who makes and went twisting upward until it himself his children's playmate. He was enveloped it the light enshroudis a better husband who makes his ing the coffin. wife his confidante, every time,--tel- ls Then suddenly all gre.v dark. The her the truth, the whole truth, al- man who saw the ision had the ways He is the best husband when nerve to go up to the grave and he he has a wife who works with him says that the wheat, which was then shoulder to shoulder, when, hand about half a foot high, was scorched locked in hand, husband and wife for several feet iu the vicinity of the travel down life's path toward one grave, destination. He is the ideal husband m o Perfect health is seldom found, for who looks upon marriage as a duet, the merging ot two itulividtnliUe in- impure blood is so general. Hood's Sarsaparilla, the great conqueror of to ptrfect harmony. But I am in no sense an authority all blood diseases, v on this subject. lam an unmarried NHOHT t'KEKK. man, and yet, that very fact, Ivm told, Pic-ni- c at Short Creek July 21st. is why I am singled out to answer this Married, on last Sunday afternoon question. Be it remembered, then, at 5:30 o'clock, Mr. Will Pirtle to that I speak about husbands simply Miss Amanda Heniger, at the resias an onlooker. dence of the bride's parents, near this I have said that a good husband place. Quite a number from Short makes himself his children's play- Creek, Caneyville and Ieitchfield I specify this qualification mate witnessed the ceremony. because so few men do "good" in this There is quite a successful Sunday respect. Of course the mother is nat- School in progress at theC. P. Church urally the children's playmate; for, near Short Creek. except in the cae of fashionable soWheat threshing is the order of the ciety women who by the way, are day, Messrs. J. M Spurrier and W. the moth- T. Lirkin have puichascdn new threshmisrepresented, oltcn ers are with the children con- er and will be ready for threshing as stantly. But in the case of the father, soon as grqin is sufficiently cured. especially if he is a business man, it A number of Short Creek teachers is different. Anxious to rush to his will begin their schools in July. office early in the morning,he leaves Mr. R. H. Spurrier will teach at the house before the children come this place. Assistant not known. Rushing home down for breakfast. Kd. Spurrier of Concord is very low after the day's work, absorbed in his of typhoid fever. multitudinous affairs, he is either too J. O. Reister, formerly of Hardins-bur- g wearied or too worried to play with but now located at Caneyville, the children, or he rushes off to the contemplates moving his photograph theater to enjoy, at a rush, an houror gallery to Short Creek in ashorttlme. Home again, of two of amusement. Makir. course the children are in bed. So Pallor, languidness, and the apthe little ones, and, for that matter, the big ones, too, whom he really pearance of ill health being no longer dotes upon, he sees only on Sundays. fashionable among ladies, Ayer's SarThe children, on their part, when saparilla is more largely resorted to nervine, stompapa enters the room immediately as a of the system laugh and prat- achic, and builder-usmother their happy generally. This is as it .should be. tle into a whisper. But behold the home where the Ayer's is the besK- children arc accustomed to welcome COXCOHU. papa as a great big The farmers arc very busy h irvest-ing- . They spring to him joyously, climb upon his knee, ramble round his Our little prayer meeting is growshoulders aud over his head, go to ing in interest and the good people bed in rollicking glee, while papa has are doing all in their power to build drowned dull care iu the romp. up the kingdom o(God. The best husband makes the wife Mrs if. W. Pirtle relumed home his confidante. Even though one Monday after the death of her brother, withhold or misrepresent matters to Mr. Ed. Renfrow, where she had been his wife, so she won't worry, it is visiting for sometime. Rev, Fred D. Hale, of Owensboo. It leads to generally a mistake. jealously, suspicion, ank cruel disap; preached at this place on last night pointment for her, and to error and and organized a Baptist church trouble, and often to crime, for him, with Rev. William Cox as pastor. Men are most prone to do this in time Rev. Cox did the Baptizing at 3 of financial straits. The wile, quite o'clock this afternoon. Park and Hallie unaware, spends money as freely as Mr. Herbert usual, making things all the worse Brooks, o( near Bedn, visited Miss in the end. If a man be not rich his Cora Allen this week. wife must find it out in time; why Miss Mattie Pirtle who has been not tell her at once? To deceive 6ne's visiting friends at Hendenon, Oweus-bor- o wife is, the first step" to uuhapplncss. and Fordsvillc, is expected home To accept her counsel, place a value soon. Miss Geosgia Pirtle is contemplat upon her intuition, are sure steps toward happiness. To work with her, ing a h to friends and relatives in side by side, is happiness. WliitesvUlc. Why don't we hear from more O iO Club of Chicago correspondents The Union-Leaguirom the different has stricken the name of W. C. P. communities? " mm Breckinridge from its roll of honorary Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Re members. Now let the Ashland District of Kentucky cleanse itself from newer has restored gray .hair to its the shame of being represented by original color and prevented baldness in thousands of cases. It will do so hlra in Congress. ToledoJHade, to you, m m ae m LAB1M want Rol NED HASTINGS' FALL. in Fittiu j..cowli:s. (Copyright, 1801, JgZ&Z& ABSOLUTELY PURE Baking Powder and adjoining counties, Specuii given to collections. Oflice, Dank of Comma cc lluilding. ns.N. Mlcnti, J.N. It. OWKXSISOKO, KY. Will practice U profetbinu in Dnviess LAWYER, editing. LAWYERS, HARTFOIID, KY. the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appcnla, Special attention given to criminal practice and collections. (Offlr, off r Anilprnoii'n Haziftr.) Will practice their profession in nil ' GLENN & WEDDING, by the Author. a wT 'v J idlp mifv. mi T was noon at tno lllue Jay mine, and tho men had como out of the tunnel to ent tho y not luncheon pro-pare- d for tho in hy French Pete, tho Blue Jay over-daint- m jji t J 'f chef. CKhSSfriHiL " with stories of 'the sixties, when Quartz htlluas a honeycomb of mines." Breaking off suddenly In tho midst of ono of his favorite exploits, ho smiled broadly and exclaimed: "There he comes now!" indicating, pipe In hand, with an oracular ware, a man comlnjj down tho trail that led from Humbug City to the mine. his pipe, he commenced to regale them Glass, boss of the lower workings. ub.1 the flmt to finish. and, light tnjf ! Dan tonic-alterativ- e, p fellow-playmat- agent what hangs out at Winning Card. Well, whero dy'o spose I found him this morning?" 'You shut up, Dan. Here is the quart I promised yon," said tho subject of Dan's remarks, coming up and handing out a bottle murked "Egyptian Cough Mlxtuie, S. T., ifcCO, X.," which Dan promptly appropriated and fondly applied to his lips, his movements followed by hlx pairs of envious eyes. "You can't keep It, so I might as well tell tho straight of It myself," continued tho young man, balancing himself precariously upon an overturned wheelbarrow. "I guess you will laugh Dan did; but t ain't seen where the luugh comes in yet. I may when my hair gets to laying Hut enough for mo to comb, which it ain't as yet "You see, It was like this. I had been over at Humbug, calling on a female friend of mine tit the Gold Dust hotel, and tho time sllppod by so pleasantly that when I looked at my watch I found I had less than an hour to get over to Winning Card togot tho bullion out of tho safe for the Stiver City Btagc, which passes about eleven o'clock You know how the road winds around Quartz hill from Humbug to the Card? It'n a good Uvo mile, mostly uphill. Well, I knew that 1 couldn't in alto it that way, and ae it was such a bright, moonlight night 1 thought that I would chanco Old Ashby's trail over tho hill, which Isn't over two mile. You know Ashby's trail, Dan? That's the one him and Dick Dunn fought about, and he had to kill Dick." "Yep," replied Dan, his eyes twinkling with amusement "I corned over it break o' day this mom In', "Never wind," broke In Hastings. "I thought I could see well enough to keep out of the holes nnd make pretty good time, but that old hill's got an abandoned mlno every fifty foot, and they run from ten to uvo hundred feet deep. I don't believe there is a curb or board over tho whole blessed lot. Well, I was making good time enough until I camo along to where I judged the Hob tail extension was a good six hundred feet deep, If It's u foot when I noticed that the sky was clouding up. In about fivo minutes I felt a chilly gust of wind, and then it suddenly got blacker than a stack of black eats. Knowing whero I was, and the danger of stepping Into the Dobtail, made the cold chills play tag up and down my spinal colum. I slowed up, and for awhile shoved one foot ahead of the other until I .begun to get oareleoa, thinking that I knew the lay of tho land well enough to know that I was past the worst of It Suddenly, just as I started to sing the first verse of The Days of MO,' 1 stepped on nothing but oxygen and I knew to a dead that I was falling Into the Bobtail! "If I live to be a thousand years old, I will never forget the feeling of horror that took possession of mo. As I plunged forward, I instinctively threw "You all thought I bed been budgln over to Humbug, Vuuso 1 coined In late this morning; butl hadn't I'd jest been matattendin a little inee iu which thet young feller there played a solo partway up erdown. Youso know him mostly lio's tho before-breaUfa- st ss chink, until I counted thirteen, then a faint splash In the bottom. "I was so weak by this time that I could not wlgglo one hand over tlie other and make the side that way. Ail I could do was to hang on and yelL And didn't I yell, thought Hut nobody heard me except a lonesome old coyote, who came up and had a yell with me. After awhile I made up my mind that 1M got to go, and then I began to think of every mean thing I ever did In my life, from drowning kittens to well, no matter what to and the few good things; they didn't take me long. You can laugh. If you want to; but I ain't going to drink any more; I can tell you that, now I "I thought of my elf lying In that black pit o' hell, starving and mangled, wishing for ideath that came so slow. Somehow, that seemed all right I could stand that; but when I thought of the five hundred dollars, Stage com puujr iHuucy, iu tuy puuiscw aim tuay advertising mo aa an absconding thief It was worse than horrible! "It was about that time that I began to feel around for the end of a prayer or two that 1 used to know when I was a kid, and as I repeated the familiar 'Now I lay me down to sleep I could d sec my old mother away down cast on the old home farm In Vermont I could see her sitting in tho at the west little low rocking-chai- r window, where, she wrote me she would always sit as the sun went down In the west, and give him a message or her dear boy, to deliver when he smiled upon htm after she had gone to bed. I could see father come In and hand her the paper the one I subscribed to for her when I first came here. I could see her dear old face flush with pleasure at the thought that she was soon to read a 'personal about Our gentlemanly and efficient express agent,' like they are always putting In out here. The dear old lady nervously fools about for her spectacles, which she can never find, where she has pushed them up on her forehead. At last she has them safely in front of her eyes, and has smoothed tho ruffled gray hairs Into place. She opens the paper and stares hard at tho scare head: 'Stop thleft Where Is Edward Hastings, and where, oh! where Is the Stage Co.'s fivo hundred dollars? I could seo her read the Infernal black letters In a dazed way-t- hen ther tho truth tho lie, tho black up her bruised spirit and bear it away while her head is bowed In grief I And and I could sea myself In that hole, mangled and bleeding! "I thought all this and more, too, boys. A man llvos a long time when he knows that he has got to dlo tho next minute. Then I felt ray grip I commended my slowly relaxing. soul to God, shut my eyes, let go and dropped!" The interest of his listeners was intense now. Even Dan's, hand shook a gray-hairelie-ga- mm I E. D. OUFFV. Tamos ufiw.Sm.Itli, JT If a D.RINGO HAUTl'Oltl), KY. Wih practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special nttcntton iriven to C . collections. Oflice cast side of public square. attorneys GrXLOy 3c IRl:nfro. gj$t gnw, Will practice in all courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, Superior Court and Court of Appeals. Collections .and all legal business attended to. Oflice 329 E. Market St. R. H. WEDDING, Attorney at Law, Bkavek Dam, Ky. Will practice his profession in all tho courts ot Ohio nnd adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. HARTFORD, KY. Will practice Ids profession in nil the Courts ot Ohio nnd adjoining counties, and iu the Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office, in County Attorney's office, in Court House. Lawyer Perry Westerfield, Attorney at Law. Ueavei Dam, Ky. W. H. BARNES ATTORNEY AT Uty counties and Court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office over Carson & Co. Hartford, Ky. practice WILL courts of his profeeeion in ail Ohio and adjoining on" VmLmWmEmmWm J. R. PIRTLE rnLWrn rlftuBmaw aiirawWllOjRaVsui "XXCaPT A tOXXSOME'OLD COYOTX." mmmmmiamamMMmmmmmMmmmmMmmmmmm. little as he took his pipe from between cer-ta-I- to-da- y "AND FOHD&Y A1TLXKD TO HIS Mrs. out my arms, aud fetched, breast up, against u piece of bcantllng tho ouly thing loft of n iloor that had once covered tho shaft with a suddenness that took away my breath. I hung onto that scantling llku grim death, for I knew It watf tho ouly thing between mo and tho hereafter; but I was limp I and nerveless from tho shaklng-up his lips, and Hastings voice dropped almost to a whisper Ho paused a moment and added: "Dropped just eighteen Inches!" There was a dead silence for fully a half a minute; then Grasshopper Jim, "fin Kansas," got up, slowly wiped hlo eyes with tho back of his hand, inspected the hand critically for a moment and as slowly wiped It down his boot left where It left a long damp streak in Its wake. Then he sat down again, looking fixedly at tho express agent, and ejaculated, amidst tho approving glance of every miner present: "WeA. I call thet ther a ahatnet" The a T. 1600, X., bottle was passed from Up to lip, but no motion was made to pass It on to Hastings until Dan recovered enough to explain that the story was true la every particular that he could vouch for the moot of !t Hastings, In fact, had fallen into tho Bobtail shaft, and tho only reason he had fullen elghteea inches, instead of six hundred feet, was because In digging the mine th miners had 'found after going down about six feet that they were some four feet to the left of the vein and had simply "shelved" and gone on; and that morning, aa ho was coming to work, he had found Hastings "roosting onto thet shelf," too weak from fright to help himself out! Missouri Joe evidently had sifted tho wholo matter through hit mind and was not satisfied with the conclusion. Neddie,' ho drawled, "what "I did yon do when you struck bottom? Did you finish that there prayer?" Ned colored guiltily aa he replied: "Naw; you know I didn't finish the prayer. What do you suppose I did? "Just cussed,M suggested Joe. "Sure!" answered Nod. "Arc you tho proprietor of thlo restaurant?" said the man who had waited for hU order until he became ateepy, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Is prepared to do any nnd nil kinds of Dental Operations, Prices most reasonable. Oflice over Williams & Bell's Drug Store. DENTIST m- - u- - rr nrjTYmr wm'mw, sJ DENTIST. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Is prepared to do all kinds of Dental work at reasonable prices. 190 IN DOLLARS PER MONTH Toucit-Mis-tfo'- r, hod received. Cautlt. VtodUc a isato. or children that and Bllluumou. fauUdtef Pr, Sato's Komody pontiUol our SKOWK'4 IHOK BlTTKRa. ruree JUUrla, Indites-oII Is 4eaani to Uio,AlhleelfrtaeepU. n, this A good second hand cart. Call at office or address thcKni'UiiMCAN far Hair. "Af ter.owhtle, though, I put out ono foot and felt for tho left wall couldn't teach Itl Tried a llttlo harder, and got so Interested Iu tho operation that I slipped my hold on tho board, and barely caught with my hands! 1 tell you, my heart como up Into in mouth, and I could fuel the cold sweat dropping from under my cop aud run ulng down my back, Hut I had touched tho hide, und In doing so kuocked olt u pleco of wall rock, which chlubety I heard tro ehlnl(otv-chulr- , made easily and honorably, without capital, during your wparo hours. Any man, oman,hoy, or gh I can do the ork huiul lly, vlthout experience. Talking ung necessary. Nothing like it for evir offered before. Our workers No time wasted la always proMitr. learning tho business. Wq teach you in a nlyht how to succeed from tho hour. You can mako a trial w itliout to yourelf. Wo start you, mniUh evc'rythlw; needed to carry on tho business ttucccsvfully, aud miaiantce you against failure if you but follow our simple, plalu Instruction, Header, If you are In need of ready money, and Wttut to know all about tho best paying lusluca before tho nubile, send uh yotuut &Urire, and we will mall you a glvlutf you all tho particulars, money-makin- Your Own Locality ttt Uocu-inc- "Yes, sir. What can I do for you?" "You can give mo some Information. I want to know whether you have told the waiter to stay away so that you can bring Iu a bill for lodging against me?" Washington Star. Ho drawetu out tho thread of his verbosity finer thuu thu stupla of hU argumeut Shakrspfaro. TRUE CO., Box 400, Augusta, Maine tr I'ttAcn dotwi I rnu mutt "'Ho h"iiUiw1 iaii4 lironn'rt Iron IMtlri rtMitl-tho yuin, id I tlt(itwi, r uuvt 4 rx Miuir IVnuma S SfJWt r. k a I Our little place has been silent for some time. Pour Fooplo Loso thor Lives Miss Delilah Lauhaiu, Kordsville Just Bolow McIIonry. AAA" is visiting friends in .tttnaville this week, DFtJlDj Tried to Cross tho Railroad, Miss Maude Uuiley, of Pittsburg, But wore too Lato, and Pa is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Ci. W. woro Horribly Mnn- (o-fidaeational. Kelley, of this place. .. glod. MrsG W. Kelley has been quite "Four people killedaudone wound- sick this week, Mr. Lonnie Teuple and Miss Nora ed,1 was the sad news that reached Stinnett, of Pctlvillc. attended Sun- Hartford last Saturday about two j day school at Ktnavillc last Sunday, o'clock p, 111 I Master James Powell has measles. While attempting to cro35rthe railHm t flHkaiH Hki iMiHM .lB Miss Ivmma Kelley went to Owens- ' fj road nt a point just below Mcllenry boro this morning to visit her sister, 1), IVes't I WAYLAND ALEXANDER, P11 rR.jfA.M.liVloB.Prttiftf WILLIAM on the C O. & S Railroad, n Mrs, Spurrier. wagon and its occupants were hurled Language, Menial ami Moral Philosophy. Higher Matheuiatl cs, LitcratunuaUd Natural to pieces. Those who were killed are I. tin Mr. Klias Sanders nud family, who . Science, .. t Ituni. a.Inlll.. tl ...!.. aim rem- "re visiuiijj menus Mr, J. P. Maddox, Miss Sallie Pciv O. M. S1IUL1Z, Ph. H, "vwKWJuiiiy ior me jmsi REPUBLICANS MEET ngcdsSiTfot Peay, aged it; OHfi "VCT " CoNSTIlllMtt MISS EMMA A.OSkLEY,-- U Mathematics umlEuglitdi. Hosca Shown, Smith, aged 55 and SMem Smith.agcd wecK, reuirueu notuc this morning, .Hartford lJ Rev. Spurrier, of Short Creek, Allen, EleinentumBraiiches. Kosinc Thomas AHIii'4'Uurt IliMIr ihmI Srlcet OfU" ,3, had an arm broken and his back 15, B. PENDLETON, M. I) Cromwell U, B, Martin, L'Mlr li llirCoiitfrt'stloimlitiiil mashed and bruised until it is feared Grayson county, delivered a very Fordsville " (KtpprllMe Viniteiiflnn, MISS KATIE COOMDES, Jn. jj.f " ' he,itoo, wilt die, Mr. Maddox lived uble sermon at Kttiavillc Sunday aflt li Lecturer 011 Ph)HoIoy nud Hygiene. Buford ternoon, a )i for a .short while, but the two Misses n i Pursuant to a call made by the Ohio The Sunday school at aituaville un- JUDGES WALKER A: GLENN, t. county Kxccutive Committee a goodly Peay nud Olifl Smith weie killed ' Lecturers In Law Department, ' The remains of the three ncr the management of Mr, May ill . number of Republicans met at the sS killed weic taken to UiKscllville for Phillip Wgrn vh; in io'eieta-- i we , Court llou.se on last Satuulay, June Phonograj iutermmt, Mr Mlhhv's icunha as number. ' MISS SALLIE M. COLEMAN, ajul, to.select delegated to the CongresMr. John Pienvs fither, of Uig f were bmied at West Providence Monv MISS MARGARET NAIL, sional Convention, which met atLcbr.-uo- u Knglibh Grammar, Arithmetic, History and nifty, Is visiting hi. - .i,j day. ih r last Wednesday the 27th, and to Mis Clara Johns m, nf Owcnsboro, Composition. iiibiruuieuiui iuuwi and Voice Cultufe.jO Just how thoaccMeut happened will Is the Appellate Convention, which visiting her uncle, Mr. Frank meets at Lcitchfield the 1SU1 of July. perhaps always remain a mystery, as Coleman. Sam A. Anderson was elected Chair- there is no one left to tell the talc. Mr Clint Roberts went ro Owens-bor- o only some parties who were too far off man and Alex Harnett Secretary. A to day on leal business. -- . Committee of five was appointed on to see the evact situation The crossMiss Felix McCarty, of Whitesville, Was fcuuded fouiteeu ears ago. It ranks among the bc&t and most thorough institutiomVof the State. The ing; at this point I a very dangerous Resolutions as follows: K. D, On fly. one, as there is a sharp curve in the is vim ing her aunt, Mrs. Millie Faculty are men and women of uiuch e.eriencc and high education. The work is graded. Students are taught James A. Smith, Steve Stevens, S. 11 Huflf, ol thU place. the most elementary branches, as well ns those studies pursued in all the higher institutions of learning Over one Hishopand M. L. Heavriu. While railroad and a hill on each side of the The strike at this place has been .itriMJKOoi'irr or aiibi:i.s. roit dirt load, making it impossible to see hundred graduates have been turned out and are filling very high positions of honor and trust. This is a school for the ConiiUitleq was out a rousing We arc authorized to announce the train as it approaches. The team settled and the miners have gone to teachers and those desiring .speech was made by Sento lay a broad foundation for 8jecial and professional work, Numler of matriculates Republican Ji'ixstsB L. I) On rv, moved rapidly up to the crossing and work aain, Nothing was gamed by ( ator C, S. Taylor. r last year, 271 the largest enrollment in the history of the College. , Of Butler county, as a candidate for the suspeusi :i of work, f The Committee on Resolutions when they got onto the track h ilted, the office of Judge of the? Court of ApKli&i Johnson, of Fordsville-isitc- d Mrs. ami the mighty iron horsestruckwith peals froni the Second Appellate Dis- nude the following report, which was lur daughter, Mrs. Charlie such force as to hurl the occu pints trict of Kentucky, subject to the ac- unanimously adopted. Wade,at this place Sunday. tion of the Republican party. Into the air and tear the wagon com Ri:.sor,vi;r, That we approve the Miss Webb McCarty, who has been pletely to pieces Tuition $10 Term ol len Weeks. Board in best Private Families $2.50 psrWitt. call for a Convention at Lebanon, Ky,, in Louisville forfiveinonths, returned Democratic Ticket. The scene was soon surroundc I by on the 27th Inst., to nominate a canrouToiT. iv .iVih;i;, friends of the dead and dying and all home last week. didate for Congress in this District, ' Mrs. Dr. Flcemster, formerly of We are authorized to announce the call for a Convention at I.citch-fiel- d that medical skill could do was done this place, but now of Texas, who has IS, T, WlU.IAMS for July iSthiust., to nominate to relieve the buffering' ones, but to been visiting her parents, Mr. and As the Democratic nominee for Coun iii:vi:k um. QUARTERLY REPORT A GRAND SUCCESS. ty Judge oi Ohio county. Klection, a candidate for Appellate Judge, and no avail. Mr. Maddox lingctc a few Mrs. Jett McCarty, started on her reRev. JefTiies preached at the School hours until deatli relieved him, It November 6, 1S94 call for this Convention. OK TUB the turned home last Friday Hall Sunday at 10:30. 2 A "DnMUnAii A n is thought the little Smith child may rSl Tl S 2 We reaffirm our faith in, and LllU Sltnrv tin lfv.il fritTht nnil nrmitin. The men that the Mcllenry miners iUUiUUOUUlU UU1UUUUUUI IlAitRoiHiirjitd is holding her first allegiance to the principles of the Re- recover, A special train bore the Pair Prounds a Most sent here to stop the miners at this d.uloti have been staying he over BANK-HARTFOFair this week, publican party and as an evidence of bodies to Russellvitle, and the train place were a disgrace to the profesIID Pleasant All'air. night many tramps nrc continual fy their correctness ever court compar-riso- n men have done all in their power to sion. They allowed themselves to coming to ami passing through town, Lr.wij U on the track John W. of the country's prosperity dur- relieve the suffering of the wounded be ruled by a lot of drunken negroes, a fitouii i ATTi:.Mi.Nrr. t Three colore! tramps were arrested Atthoclosoof Business on and in fiuo condition. It U now in ing Harrison's Administration with and bereaved ones tho 18th day of Juno, with no regard for law or order. They j M6nday but were discharged. order for the Democracy to tiot out its depression and forced idle condiThe Misses Peay lived In Russell-vill- e Marly Saturday morning the town 1 1894. flourished their pistols around proSunday night Mr. IX J Coleman's and were the daughters of the miscuously and its hoai. tion during 15 months of Cleveland even drew them on was full of people coming to the big pants, watch and $1; and Mr, K. V. Itarbccuc KKSOURCKS. at the ! Ktr l :ii:o,i . imbecile an and p Democratic late Rev, John Peay and were brilliant several harmless -.,,! .,,i citizens. Thev Masonic 1(I(I10 llb ,1,1 VI J V.l(a, .1IIM A match race is being proposed and popular girls, 'he Smith chilGrounds. They came "from CVery Congress 1nititr,na nntittf vliltt ntwl Loans and discounts, less threatened to make a clean sweep of between Domino, Senator Grady, . $66,010, 7 dren also lived in Russelh'illc and loans Directors 3, We again declare in favor of a of the town, but concluded that it direction and m every manner of watch cretolcn. No one saw them uveniraiis,to secured . , 02 mj Despot and Ray el Santa Anita for Protective Tariff. were children of Mr. Ab. Smith, of might conveyance At lo o'clock the exc t a not be healthy for them and ,,aUK,llcr of Mr. 1crry Oirpntrnffc i rUi , ttficrurcl Tilly Ith in the Sheridan Staked, that city, and their mother was a sis- departed saying they woutd M,fc 4, Gratefully remembering the valBanks , iiruntou. make one hue says they went in Du .. from Nat. mi . o . . rnnHnf .. .V . Mr. Maddox more t.. e 01 c 11 ued service, heretofore rendered the ter to the Peay girls, luiuint u 1' "oni n.i trip to Deanefield. kts 300.99 cv.cry room and to all the Uxls, but ' Tin: large dry goods house of J. 0. Republicans of this county by Hon. was 34 yeirs old and his wife was a aiuu uihi ucuucti uy me ivocK'orior fearing they would take her life, she The monotony of our little town Senshols & Co., Louisville, made an Stocks and Bonds. . , 1,341,67 sister to the Misses Peay, who with was broken John W. Levis, of Springfield,-Wash-ingtoon June 3d, by the elope- net Band marchel to the Fair made no noise. Messrs, Terry Bruu Specie'. . y . , v4.5f.rJ2 assignment Tuesday, Tho pressure the Smith children had been p tying a ment of Mr. Jo. Mills and Miss Mat-ti- e Grounds. There were about too ton and I). county, we recognize in him . . J. Coleman went to Currency , . , 1,825,00 of Katcrii creditors was the cauc. Masons in line and the splendid OvCMlklvirri in cnrrlt Kxchangcs one specially qualified and fitted to visit to the ho ue o Mr. Maddox. 164.56 Williams. The young lady's patf tit, triiiitt.J Other items for Clearings , "'-- " , I "" . h e It is believed that had the crossing carried as cash u.iu wwuy biL-1- 01 .1 31S.97 uivcuiuniu . nartlPc illIt fnnnii nnill. Lirr all remember that the big Sol represent the people in the Congress been good the accident would not rents would not allow Jo to come to iuuv ,wi . t n Furniture A Xtf4 .A. i United States, we therefore iniiiiuaiii dcciit;. 11ue ruiue t Miss Nell Austin returned from Taxes paidami Fixtures . 1,000,00 the house, but with the help of a few iiwut , dicr's Reunion is at Rochester next of the 18.37 struct our delegates to cast the vote have happened. But there being no tiusty friends he outwitted the vigi- wus out Mulberry street to Walnut, Harttord Saturday. , . Current ex poises'. . 1,048.72 Wednesday and that great preparplanks to hold wagons in crossing up out Walnut to Market anil down of this comity for said Lewis' nomina668.54 Beaver Dam was well represented Other assets, debts in suit ations have been made fur a crowd. tion for Representative in Congress fiom between the rails, when the front lant parents. Kverytfiing was ar- Market to the river and thence to the ranged between theyoung people and nt the Masonic Barbecue at Hartford 4&5.86,4ft'r wheels of the wagon struck fura carriage was awaiting them a short grounds. lasl Saturday Ki:xt Wednesday is the great Old from this District, at the Convention ther rail with the hind wheelsthe LIABILITIES. against distance from the house. a Here had been arranged Mr, Fred Strother, Rochester spent Just as the Fourth, the day for the eagle to to be held at Lebanon, Kytl June the other rail the team stopped and clock struck nine the young lady step- and tastefully decorated with bunt- Sunday iiitown, the guest of Mr. Cap' I stock paid in, in cash $30,000.00 Hindi boy to blow the 27th, 1894. Undivided profits fccrcam and for the . 7.340.09 Recognizing Judge B. L. D. the delay was fatal. 5, ped out of the house to where Jo. was ing. Judge L i Utile, the orator tfaC.tr McrCenney. Due Depositors himself up with all toi ts of explosion?. 47.776.38 of the day, was introlucel and in a Guffy, of Morgantown, Ky. as one waiting for her. They came on the Ida Render is sending the Due National Bankfc . . . Miss 711.97 meii:msiui sfrcech of one hour delighted his week with Miss Virgie Hocker, Due State banks and ban'rs 4104 ' A xi:mo by the name of Ca- who by his ability, integrity and upDr. P, II, IMward, Sebree, Ky , has double quick to the carriage and were hearers with some things about the right record as a Jurist is eminently been in our neighborhood for driven rapidly to Hawesville. The Several young people were highly leb Goddy was hanged by 11 mob at some S5, 869.48 Masons. At the close of Judge entertained nt the homes of Misses fowling Green Tuesday morning for qualified forjudge ol the Court of Ap- weeks removing cancers and tumors. next morning they crossed the River j Statu qv Little's speech dinner was announced Misses Bessie Nave. Virgie Hocker we instruct our deleand were made My Cou.vrv of Ohio. an attempted assault Mrs. X. l on peals, therefore Mrs. Hlvita Bellamy has been sick to Canuelton, Ind and the hungry ciowd was bounti- and Attye Austin this week. gates to the Appellate Distrht ConColeman, Sim K. Cox, President of Bank of for scleral days, having had a large man and wife. The bride's parents fully fed. vention at Leitchfiehl, July 18th, 1K94 were very angry for a few dajs, but Mrs, F, O Austin and daughters, Ha'itfonl. Ky a Bank located and tumor removed by Dr Kd wards, Kverything passed off pleasantly Marie and Sadie, spent Tuesday in doing business in the town of Harthave submitted to the inevitable and Die. Tosi:ih Porrs, mio of the best to cast the vqUtqI this county ur&id JJarmer has had n cancer ford,, in said duly Hartford, the guests of Mrs I, B. says that thecounty beingReport sworn known iihytiyjans Ki VmferiTKen- - Couvcntion for sari Gufly and to use and tumor removed by Dr. Kdwards. now join in wishing the young couple and everybody had a good time. foregoing is in The evening was spent in social Beau, along and happy life all honorable means to secure his iuclfyl died at his home in Hopkins nil resects a true statement of the Mrs, Sarah Worrall, who has been intercourse and in watching the game nomination, Country Jay. Dr V T McKcnney and wife re condition of the said Bank at the close villo Monday. Ho was feisty-fou- r very sick for several months, is slowof ball between the Hortoasaudlltrt-ford- . of business on the 18th day of June 6 That K. I). Gufly, Sam A ly impioviug. turned home Wedneslay of age. years Tin IIiihjiIiiiii ronntltittloii Anderson, M.L Heavrin, S. B, Bish Rev. I. H, Teel, wife an 1 Inby, 1891, to the best of his knowlKider R. J. Brandon filled to fill edge and belief; and further says that tomcdo iildb The crowd was variously estimated who have been spending the week In the business of said Bank has been Ir the Democratic party is not op, I. C. Adair, C. R. Campbell, V his appointment near Livia last SatThe constitution of the new Hawai- at from 1,200 to 2,000. town returned to their home in transacted at the location named, and. afiaid of Judge B. L D, Gully as a A. Gibson, J. M. Bishop, J, S. R. urday and Sunday on account of ian republic is constructed upon the At o'clock the people dispersed, Rochester Tuesdiy. not elsewhere: and that the above reWedding, J. At Park, Jo. B, Rogers, physical indisposition. He is some- lines of our own organic lawfdiflering bearing pleasant candidate before tho people why do memories of another S T Barnctt, James A. Smith, W. 8. what better. Miss I .est a Hays returned to her port is made in compliance with an s do their alleged editors take tho only in matters of detail. I "or instance joyous day. official notice received from the Sechome In Rochester Tuesday, Gaines, Gns Riley, L. P Crowder, C. Mr, J. M. Collier, Whitesville, retary of State designating the 18th because the Republicans are gothe President's term is six years and Mr, II. D Hunt spent Saturday day of June, 1894, as M. Barnett, Win. M, Awtry, Wood made a business trip here Monday, the day on Mvrll Will Win. he cannot succeed himself. The Cabihim? ing to nominate Tiusley, J. B. Wallace, David Duncan, which such report shall be made. The Courier-JournBen Crow and Bill Curtis'arc credof Sunday ami Sunday in Pen rod, net secretailes are members in ice cream supper will be given Subscribed nud sworn to before rac Ficsident Gamut was ns3asinated J. D. Oliver, G. M, Maddox, Dr, D. ited with giving Hob C issy a Stephen ol both branches of the legislature, makes the following very co upH Saturday night for the benefit of the by Sam K, Cox the 20th day of M. Mathews, Perry Westerfield, like .stoning near here a few chys with the privilege of discussion and mentary notice of a bright and popuat Lyons, v ranee, bumlay by nil June, 1S94, G.D,LiKUNS,C.O.C.C. M, h. Church. All arc invited to "M. S Ragland, John Sam K. Cox, President, since, Italian Anaichist uamed Santo. On I), F. Tracy, debate.but without the power to vote. lar young fellow who usually pays S. Anil, Geo, W, Martin, Hudson, A. come and enjoy themselves. I, J. McHbnry, Director. Hartford a' visit during vication! Mr. John II Roynl, Chambers, The senators are elected directly by "Wednesday his success r, M. JCasi S. T. Stevens, Lonnie Campfield and Hancock county, is visiting relatives Rev, I, II, Teel and family will "Master Beverly Xall lnscomplete-l- y SSCJ0"?. Thomas, w.n elected by thy Glum, the people, the same as Representa mirl'erier, J, S. COLKMAN, all other good Republicans be and here. captured Hirdstown, when he sang move here next week, tives. There are property qualificaber of Doputies. appointed delegates to said Mr. R. P. Hocker was in Louisville hereby Mr, G, D. Malone is building an tions for membership in either house; in a concert Friday night. Master Conventions to cast therein the vote addition to W. W. Royal's house. Taylor & Co., Beaver Dam, handle mm a Representative must have at least Nail is the boy singer who sang in this week. Tin: mines of this c unity are now of this county. Miss Ollic Siuith of Dyersburg, the celebrated Champion the recent production of the "Iirown Rev. T. l?( Roland, Fordsville, $1,000 of property freeof incumbrance and Deer ing vim running again and nll.tho miners who There beingno fmther business the preached to a small audience at Teun., who has been boarding here Mowers, Reapers and Binders. and an annual income ol not less than iesin Fairyland." He is a son of i( o can get work show n disposition to go Convention adjourned, some time returned home Monday Washington, Sunday afternoon, $6oo,There Is a property qualification Col. I, D. Xall, and quite a handsome for mi in. The companies nro denying Sam A. ANnimsoN, Ch'm'n, Rev. Josh Nelson preached at the for naturalization, and only those can and bright youth of about twelve night The young folks feel at a loss For all kinds of lumbcrand; huild places to tho loudest of tho strikers Baknjjtt Sec'y. Ai.rx new church near Sugar Grove School-Sunda- vote for Senators who are worth $3,000 years of age, but looks even younger without her presence and more espe- ing material seek no further but go,j and scveial will have to hunt work cially one. I will not mention the straight way to Taylor & Co., Beaver clear, and have mi t.tco tit of $joo. than that. The audiences at Hards oUcwhcrc. J J AM cut Ion ltHtlllnii. 'Mr.'T, J. Wallace, wife and child These provisions are necessary in or- town were so much pleased with the gentlcm in's name, fearing that he Dam The Republicans of Horse Branch have been quite sick, concert that the pirticipants have will blush when he reads this and der to prevent the naturalisation of Tin; costly experience of our voting precinct are requested to meet ' Xollrr. Mr, W,. D, Royal and Sylvester Chinese and J.ipmeseliborers, and to been requested to remain and to re cry when reading the above On Saturday, 7U1 of July, 1894, we, miners in the recent strike should at Horse Branch on Saturday, July 7, Attvk. peat it, White arc two tneji who say they are retaiu power in the hands of the intellthe building committee, will sell the 'y4 at I o'clock for the purpose of serve to warn them against the demacured of voting the DcmociTrtiVticket igent and educated class; tor there is old church at West Providence at!i. OemoorHllo Mitiifii?riiipiit, Wm. S, Bvi;ks, and IIKOt. gogue who for his own fcclfish purposes are going to vote Republican still a considerable element among th e A Godshaw hasgouctoOwensboro. I.OUISVIIJ.K IOST. o'clock p. mt., at public? auction if not Committeeman for Horse Branch hereafter. would urge them away from good lllfil..-flmf ,iMilr1 l t.tntl in thriftDeputy United States Marshal Bui Born, to the wife of C. T. Carson, sold privately before. If any parties su work and prosperity into starvation precinct. an enthusiastic Republican it is bacfc ,ntQ Ule prin,ltlTCbaibaHc btate. on the 22d inst,, a boy. Dr. Holier t lington nrrivet! here yesterday from wish to purchase the house 'apply to W refreshing to see Republican pros and want. Sucli provisions stiike the Ameri- Ford attending physician. Hardinsburg, Breckenridge county.in the undersigned. Kor .sometime unknown parties I peels so bright and the absolute T Drown. of Democratic defeat in Ohio can people strangely, but they are Prof. C. M, Crowe was in our com charge 01 Thomas McClure, Tub Republican nominee lor Con have been causing the railroad men ' comuy, uns Ml1 " wc on, Jmw (l our needed under the conditions in Hamunity Sunday, of Hardinsbunr, xvho is chare- ,,HomeilMt New, gicss in this Disttlct is a man who and coal opera 01s about Williams 1 ed with defalcation in the money or-Master Joe Godshaw, of O ,vensboro, and Mcllenry mines great annoyance over good. We are going to win waii, The Chinese and Japanese The lightestlthinir out is thCwMilii'u. U mimes confidence into his own putty .. . . . -r tv ' - ucjwruucni 01e tiiisomcc. could control the islands as if they is visiting friends here this week. juc , wauicee Chain,, Drive .4 by uncoupling cars and throwing the all along the line and especially is the ult foot cut mid who commands the highest 10 Rev, J, B, Ferryman made a lecture Clurc is a resident of Hardin county, ' Mowing Machine and also repairs atv and pins away, Wednesday Democratic candidate for Jailer going were all eligible to citizenship and 0; of the opposition, U) John W, links Hpeet Another provision for at Mr, Herman Sunday but for sometime prior to his ap- - reduced rates for all kinds ol ma. .t night n number of parties watched nt to get left. He foully butchered Mr, Lewis iri'fouud u foemtin worthy of X, was a candidate the of the republic is The Beda and Kiuderhook boys are pointmenthad been engaged In log- -' chines on hands at J. W. Ford& Co'w:,! Williams Mines and .succeeded in for P. Kelley, who Assessor, and Kelly is outs, o'sen any manfeteel. He Hartfofdcatching orrv of them, Albert Maddox, against him, and John W. Wack will the one making it treason for any going lo meet at Alexander School- - gingMn Breckenridge' county. ' 'J' 01 f '"-Sheriff Stevens arrested him early have to serve a term in jail, ns n newspaper to advocate the restoration house next Saturday evening for the is quite an active politician and gain- What the town needs just now is yesteiday morning and lodged him in majority of of the good people of the of the monarchy, or for any person to purpose of organizingabaseb4ll club, ed sufilcient pull to secure the ap-- 1 better walks out the Htcct beyond jail. His trial is set for two opsnly speak in favor of it, Probably Boys, come out, and enjoy the fun. IHW rY;wr mowersitiitMt pointment under Pie.sident Cleveland .farmers need reapers o.clock County are for him. H, I'unucwN, . and R, is the college, The old Walk has been this evening before Judge Morton. fiese provisions are necessary under about six months ago. Maus u- ,i " 1 wui.. . n . Time will change completely dc3tioycd, and should wo -- .. His nnnointnient was'verv'unoonu uz f .. UP TO A CritTAWWWT fie circumstances. Consumption, Dr. fn thot)rot;iVB.-i()the conditions, and the new constituhave a rain tho inhabitants of that We take great pleasure in calling Inr in the vicinity, and nbc, neglect- - Lwe The Daviess county Baptist Minis- Pierwiti Uolituu Medical litocovery ( tQ are lhttfilitUj U u ijosIUvu remedy, Ktin In tbv tion be amended in coming years lo the attention of our iiruiv ic.uici.i to ed 111,1 uuaiucs end of town would be compelled to tens' and Deacons meeting convened .. - ' 1, - .. during numerdus j most u.lvimctHl cjlscs, It uloa comnnke it more nearly approximate to the Quarterly Report of the Beaver sprees he was rcnioved, and Post-o- f I. wado through mud to get to their at Pleasant Ridge Tuesday and Wed ," fort and relief; nud wliero otbor IDest bargains.- - We ,hande the re- nuJicincs only rulluvo. tlib will the American ideal of . Dam Deposit Bink. interesting business. nesday and had a most Ihla is o.ie of flee Inspector Vickery Sent there 'ru cttv. reliabie iustitu-- , to the most thorougl session, Quite a torero number of the oflic. if took Hut delay U diuigc rouj, with Con- - by the people. reapers Eiimbtluii. Ja all tbd conauiona Tin; people of Kncheticr tiro iimk niinhters and vMtora were in attend tions in the country, and the first spector a, very short time to find that that lead to it. the "Dfccovwy w is call Taylor & Co, tho idiittlv. With bovuiu. llnfrcrlne ing full ami complete- uriaugcineuU aucc. All were delighted with the Jas. Coleman, of color, who is nan 01 mis year uas serveu me uanic , me money oruer department 'was; usja Cotiglia or Weak Lungs, nothing Beaver Dam, fZy charged with having broke into V, in a way that U entirely satisfactory ( short'Jo Hoi- - excellent entertainment given by the to entertain tho crowd at tho 37, and 'hqf swore ou,tYfti acts so promptly. Kery dlseaso tli nt can bo uathed through tho D. Coleman's dwelling house, was to the management, 1 lie Depoilts . warrant for McClure's ' arrest. ith, Tho time ' good people of Pleasant Ridge diurd Kouniuu, duly Thi blood iel(U to this medicine. The " Creditor Nlle. , ' Bcrofuloiu n ll'i ft Ion of tho lunga tried before Ksqr S. L. Fulkersou at and earnings have been up to the only explanation . wljich rcftlure m drawing near, next Wednesday be- I.M. XhnVti c;ilKil Consumption jj one of r Wlriijnl. Rockport last Friday and held to an- expectations., Tlu nuiugers are 'could give was ,thtjt r tifth&j'tif &te K?A11 persons having claims against tho date, and is in them Kor this, nml for overy other 01C ml aml whUe BpoUwJ cmv 8 or .Toiynscnd 1 de foi in of Hci of ulu, for all blood tainU swer at the November Circuit Court. . business men 01 experience, atu uy nau sent uiw a Jug. of apple' brandy, Die cstat- of Johr put in lendiucM.tor tho big event. ' y yc;ilS0M unmarked, one red and nud dinordei-H- , ninl nil ihroniu bronIn default of bail he was lodged in their efficient work have never lost a He took It out to.civc .ioide to tfLislffasea' r requested to produce the chial, Throat, and liUiig atfoctlom, The people of tho tlucc counties t'tun- - uhile 8p0ttcd heifer calf 2 years old properly proven to we under- tho DUoovory " id tho ordy renuxlv jail. debt. We heaitily commend it to friends, and in. the hilaritv- - incident . ., L ing there know all ub'iut liow to inko unmarked, about Juiu 2jut Any T.. that itvnnUi tuamnteea. iuned. and all persons indebted to, . to theoccasiciirhclcft' theniuontiy.jt the peopte. fall.- to Unetit or cure, ' It it oer earn of 11 crowd nud thoy propone do information leading to their recovery Mr. 0, R, Newman and wife, of you liuvu your money Imck. he estate JoWc Townsend,'" tfe- -l the and "sQme'bo4"tool t Cati nnvtlilnir else bo 'Muit ni Sonora, arrived in town Tuesday to Tudire I. S. Olennis havinir his thin otraftion with will be liberally rewarded, ing that duty on beased,' arc rcuejtcdtocoiuc forward good" for nti to buy i Miss, Kt(a Thomas gave quite a inu settle the same at once. Won'r liolitivo it. Write or call at this office or be the guests of Mr, and Mrs. W, O. residence on JJIm street nicely pajnted cupccial relereiico to tliu comfort mid t Ueda, Ky, Hanlwiek, pleasant social last TuslJy eynjrrg, and otherwise lcautified. lroM Miller, of flip "Hole, Dr, &itfui lluiuuly Kk.itIuly cukm CttUrrh, j 3 k wrpdino, Adra'r, Ir the litllu duo hmo doiuugogw editors who mo ho frantically tearing puulisiii:i j:vi:uy wujay mounino their two liy lour shirt about Judge CS ully'rt candidacy will stop long jo. it. itotims. FMilor tint! rrojirktor. enough to consider they will bo conFriday, Jtwi:, 29, 1S94, vinced, jl mich nro at alt open to conviction, tluU their hullabaloo amounts ltopublicau Ticket. 0 much lesa tlmu nothing, that Judge I.toflloii, .Nia.l). U marching on to a triumphant For Comity Judge John P. Morton, nomination, that ho has u splendid For Shenli Cab P, Kcown. For Comity Clerk D, M, Hockcr, lighting chauco of election and that For Comity Attorne- y- 1;, P. Neal, his canva&s h fair, honorable nud For Assessor N. C Dank, W. ilhck. above board mid that it is in the very For Jailer John For Surveyor 0 S Fiuhugh. sharpest contrast with the cringing, For Coroner O. C. Wcsterlield. trickery by j fawning nud undermining MAiiisTuATKSi which the Demucrttio Candidate, for A. S Aulli Hartfor- dthosanio oflico compassed Iih nomiKosinc Ci L. Woodward, Cromwell Jont D. Wilson, nation, O) FordsvJIle " Kuford Hartford .Republican CRUSHED BY THE CARS. ir.M:Mi:M. &" HAflTFOflD COLLEGE AND BUSINESS INSTITUTE OP HARTO ESOT TTJOK.Y. iV , r OLeiarian I I A Thoroughly Fracioal 9R (r V - t Book-keepin- I -- , W . out-righ- I la 1 SLULAfwJLKKUy 47.fi 1 11 If I m.i L FOR SALE TRACY & SON. HARTFORD COLKEGE" "8J ' t Fall eoweae Begins Awgustlf , Mm! :f pr "W'rlte for HAT-- Catalogue and Information. 1 ; i,uu: -- or ...e li-- m. 1 """"v .u.au.,., au ..l.. "c ksii ... r ...! 1 -- '? ... ..... 4 .".'Il-Jo- jim-jam- 4 al JCju0Q . "?t ccr-taint- v 1 -- I A a. I office-holdin- - 1 Jl nnni,ir . :irrr WW aA,' . thSJZS. ; 7 S, w'SJ,!! m , .if! , f i . P" post-ofTic- 1 v 1 4 n.yijwwwt'i'wa,.! -- 1 ' ' .JUL j M3M; M ,y" AT LEBANON. w Vif Mop .a f r Tho Ropubllcnnsof tho Fourth Congrosslonal District hold an Enthusiastic Convention In tho Motropllls of Marlon. The resolution was unanimously adopted. The convention adjourned with u rousing ovation to Lewis. G. W. LoNO, Chairman. W. A. Smith, Secretary. COMMERCIAL CLU3 Appoints a Committoo to Moot Lioutonant Moylor , at Coralvo. The Hartford Commercial Club and citizens are really in earnest in their efTorss to have Rough River made navigable. Every effort is being put forward in that direction and before many weeks have rolled by we will hear the puff of the steamboat as she lauds at our wharf. The committee, which was composed of the following gentlemen met Lieutenant Mcyler at Ceralvo Tuesday and conveyed him to the points on Rough River at which it is proposed to build temporary dams: Messrs. C. L. Field, James Hudson, Judge J. F. Carson, J. H. Williams, W. T. Haywanl, E P. Thomas, Alex Barnett, J W. Weaver, T. J. Patterson. J. W Ford, H. P. Taylor, Capt. Ed Dauley, Tom Black, Perry Case-bie- r, C. R. Martin, J. IL B. Carson, J, J. Bozarth, Ernest Field, Dave Weaver, Rev. G. J. Bean, Tom Bean and Luke Condict. . Messrs J. V. Ford and H.JP Taylor went to Ceralvo while the rest of the committee pitched tent at Ross' Ripple, to await their return, nnd after a magnificent dinner was served, Lieut. Meyler surveyed the river and made estimates on the probable cost of a dam at that place. He made a very favorable impression on our people, who will endeavor to get him to make a report in lavor of constructing dams on Rough River. After spending a jolly day in the woods and being much elated over the prospects the committee returned to Hartford, reaching here about 5 o'clock. Our IloN. Never in our country's history has there been more money expended and more labor used in the general welfare of our boys than at the present time. Lnrcre sums are annuallv rais ed by the general Government for purposes of education. Parents are spending fortunes every year to make business men their boys first-clas- s and strong factors in every avenue of mental and physical activity. This is all right and proper. Our boys must be educated. Correct education constitutes the palladium of all national wealth and greatness. Germany saw this after she was defeated by the superior skill and training.of the French Army. We sec this when we compare the well regulated, educated nnd skillful man with the common ignoramus. The skillful, educated laborer is always in demand and commands the highest wages in any department ot industry. This is all right. But why is it that a large majority of our boys when they hive finished their education in our schools and colleges ignore the good old farm, refuse to labor thereon, and hasten away to the town or city for the purpose of entering some one of the professions? Our boys seem to think when they are educated they are too good to work upon the old farm any longer, and supported has which a noble, them into nourished physical manhood. They seem to think that the professions of law, or medicine offer the only conditions in life in which an opportunity is presented for making a great display of genius or talent. What a mistake; no profession in the world has' ever offered a broader, deeper field for in tellectual study, and philosophical than that of farming. The life of the farmer is the home of the philosopher, the poet and statesman. Associated with this life is all knowledge and wisdom. Horace, the great Roman statesman, who has delighted the world with his sweet verse and imagery, was a farmer. Homer, the prince of sublime writers and the model ot all sublimity, cultivated the soil and attended his flocks. In fact, boys, all that has beeu great, and all that is great comes from the farms. $1000JVorth Of fect Health. Q Udlt TE11L J JtHPOU T 01' Tin; Othor Medlolnos Failed But Hood's Sarsaparlltik Cava Per- Beaver Dam DEPOSIT BANK At tho Closo of Businoss on J, J. Brown, NOTES. Ast Secy. 3" .... j IOC J'V 9 OLD GLORY ! Fair Bros. & Co. present their com- pliments to the gentlemen who who made the Fourth of July The Day We Celebrate. r,M If those distinguished Patriots could have foreseen events they would have declared that Life, Liberty Pursuit of Happiness Meant just what lW mean when they AND TIIK Bros. & Co. Adorn Life, Foster Liberty Pursue Happiness AND " By offering such Bargains in Dimities, Lawns, White Goods, Silk Mitts, Fans, Parasols, Laces and -- Gentlemen's Underwear, in fact all lines of summer goods. Great Bargain Center in all Lines. HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION, ftWft BOg. W(20.. props. ftKWTIXr. TAVLIU Big line of trunks at factory ptices at Fair Bros. & Co. Mrs. Win. Stevens, New York, is visiting relatives in town. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Loney, Owens- WEST, KKFKCTIVi: APRIL 8, No. 5, Mail No 7. Urn. Hx. :i4 31? . 6. Mail No. 8. Mm. Kx 1894,4:25 P- - n1' 11:48". m. . . 11:25 P . . 4.35 p. . m-N- . (Wal)1 . !' v " l!AST. boro, were in town last week. We will Receive new lawns and per-caCarson & Co. this week. Miss Hallic Skillern, of Calhoun, is visiting Iriends and relatives in town. ls p. in. J There will probably be a large suit 3:25 . ni. or two growing out of the accident at 5:54 n. " ' McIIenry last Saturday. No w. Mkhkick, Ag't, HeavcrDam II. Master Bainett Rogeis visited his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fhidw, Jim: 29. ,g94 Rogers, Beaver Dam this week. Na . . . 12:50 , r i i -- r atr tfk V5ri iMffi -- Uv C-4- S'lCT JU.. ' yivir ) "iff m ft,, The trial of Tote and Gillespie for at Fair Bargains in mil'inery hreaking ijitoJ.W. Ford & Co's, store Bros. & Co, at McIIenry will come up Mia Ida Render is visiting at Mrs. P. II. Hafley, Whitesville, BjaverDaiu. was the guest of her brother, Mr. J. S. Hot weather underwear at zero. R. Weddiufe the first of the week. prices at Fair Bros., &,Co. Dr. J. K. Pendleton has returned Come to headquarters for Dry goods from Louisville, where he was sum War BramjCo! are the people. moued to the bedside ol Col. I. B. BalanceVof Mulls, blmitics, at Nail, who is quite ill. "greatly reduced prices, at Fair Bros. Messrs. C. M. Harnett. D. F. Tracy, & Co. K.D.Gufly and Jo B. Rogers left Tues day for Lebanon to attend the RepubMr. W. C, Ambrose, Bed a, an old Congressional Convention. soldier his Jately drawn a pension ol lican per month. Mr. J. U Carson our popular sub$i,85ojfback payand 5'2 scription agent, and an all around Born, to the wife of Willirm Brad-shaattended the Baptist No Creek, on the 22d inst , n jolly fellow, Deacons Meeting at B, Pendleton attending Ministers and girl I)r Iv. Pleasant Ridge this week. physician Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Railey, LouisMr.nnd'Mrs. R. K. Lee ville and Messrs Sam and B. Heav-ri'"City, Tenn., arrived Owensboro, and Dr. L. T. Cox, in Hartford last Saturday morning, Stanley, w,ere the guests of Mr, and and will make this place their future M. L. Heavrin last week. home. We gladly welcome them to Mrs. our midst. Hon. John J. McIIenry and wife Prol. C. II. Ellis has been employed left last Sunday for Aflon, Va., to reto teach the Alexander School, Dis- main during the Summer. Mr. Mctrict No. 54. Charlie is one of the IIenry will take a thorough course in nicestiyouag men and is fast climb- study of law at the Virginia Universing to the top round as an educator ity, returning to Hartford about the and; the District is already assured 1st of September. that it will hae n Mtccesful bchool. Hardwick's Orange Ice is ,gout of and d.iugh sight" you will "keep well" all the Mrs Zelmer Gregory ters, Misses'Annle and Parkle, of time if you drink it. They never can lose you" if you try some of that Dallas, Texas arrived in town Tuesday. They were former residents of Pineapple Sherbet that Henry makes. thislacc, and their many friends They arc the most refreshing drinks that can be had any where. will be pleased to learn that they inhere, hiving purtend to remain Extract from Ike Cloulper. chased the Sam Hill property on Mill Horseback Riding. It is very street, where they will make their gratifying to see the increased interfuture home. est1 in horseljack riding which manifests itself 'so plainly these beautiful UmIum ScImmM. Below will be found the grade of evenings. Our young people, but Uniqn school, beginning March 36th principally the young ladies, may be seen almost any afternoon mounted 189 and ending June 15, 1891. on a favorite horse threading our Maximum 100. Minimum o. Zilpah Smith 90Ollic Hocker 9. principal thoroughfares and display Mirtie Taylor 85, marked ability in horsemanship. Owe Hocker 89 Bernice Miller 9ii,Sam Paxtou 87X. Kentuckians are renowned as riders culti-vat- e Claude Johnson 92, Gilbert Taylor 96, and the efforts of the ladies to very desirable accomplishthis . JSujjTaylor 96, Bess.e Smith 96, John while Tirjpor, Gusta Cooper, Maggie ment to quite commendable, on the Joe II. BurgeWs. Minnie the, lethargy of the young men Paxton 97, question is anything bat pleasing. Jlf ?& Wilson 89! Jesse Blankinahlp 89, AnnteBtanxlrisniiiCecU Cooper Sam Cox, Jr., who has been Owensboro, says that fl7, Travis Davis 88, Roy Miiter 88, Balmajn 92, the ciy of Ue Yellow B)ks Uft?-wher- e LuraBalwain by the sld? of Jfartford, Nannie PlnwttfrU .Cecil Hocker "9. Right yon arc, Sam, Hartfen! b TIIR - Mag f le Davki town of the universe. Siddie Davidson, Teaclief. Simmer-manV'Jotinsn, Messrs. Cad Burba and K. A GilThe Hon. John W. I.ewli. or Wnuli- lespie, delegates from Larue and Infflon County, Nomlnnlnl by Arclnmnllon. Meade counties came in at the eleventh hour but they received a E7ES7 COUNTY WAS REPRESENTED,' warm welcome. Pat Rush, of Hart was not there At 11 o'clock on June the 27th the nnd everybody was sorry of it. Chairman Long in accepting the Rdpublicans of the Fourth Congressional District o( Kentucky met in Chairmanship made an excellent speech and as a presiding officer gave Convention at Lebanon. Chairman C. M. narnctt,of Ohio entire satisfaction. The original and only Capt. Dan county, called the Convention to orhuder and made a ringingspcech which O'Riley was there in all his good mored Irish wit. was well received. Secretary W, N, Secretary Smith is n nimble pencil Poster read the call of the Convention and made the call of the counties pudicr. The members of the Convention showing delegates present from every will long remember the people of county in the District Lebanon for their old fashioned Keti On motion of V. U. Burton, ol tuckfiosapftdlit?. Brcckenridgc, the Hon. G.W.Long, of MelliMllftt Mnnilny Nrlmol. Grayson was made Temporary Chair June 24th, 1894. Services conduct-te- d manand'W. A, Smith, of Brccken) by Superintendent. ridgc, was chosen Secretary and Rev. Ofli&rs and teachers present u. J.J. Brown, of Greene, Assistant Sec, retary. Rev. Brown then opened the Scholars,. Tiiis being the last Sunday in the Convention with prayer. was second quarter tne lesson Committees on Credentials, Rules, a general review. Organization andResolutions were then Golden text 'The Lord's portion appointed as follows. is His people.'9; u t Judge Morton being 'absent Dr Cukdhntials Mr. S. B. Bishop, chairman; J. I.. Martin, secretary; M. Millei'heard hfs class. M. Chancelor, Brcckcnridge; II. F. Wc add the name ofRonda Miller to Troutman, Bullitt; H.G.IIazel, Green; our roll this morning as a new schol-Ja- r Dan O'Rilcy, Grayson; R. L. Winter-smitin D. E. Thomas class. t Hardin; W. D. Brownlee, Mfss Marie Bojd, of Eddyville; Ky.r Hart; J. E, Sallee. Larue; A. E. who is the guest of Sister Pate, is a B. F. Conway, Mirio; .welcome visitor, to our school this Barney Gold rick, Nelson; U. F. Hob-so- morning. , i- ,. x . Taylor. Master Ralph" Kittingerof Ceralvo, uu Rules J. B. Russell, Green; C.J. is a visitor una uiurmng m genAnna Bean's cliss. This little Walton, Hart; R. K. Little, Taylor; informs us that he was a pasIS. II. Drain, Hardin; W. I. Smith, tleman senger on the train which caused such Marion; f. S. Cockrell, Bullitt; K. A. F. Tracy, a terrible accident at McHenry yesMeade; Df Gillespie, Chairman, Ohio; Mat Neunan, Wash- terday three people killed and two others probably fatally hurt. ington; J R. Clark, Nelson. Little Miss Ethel Herald,t of the We were unable to obtain names of Commercial Hotel, is a new scholar the Committees on Organization and in sister lates class. Resolutions. , Miss Fanny Harper, of Rockpo.it, After a recess of a few minutes the who is visiting her cousin, Miss Committees made reports which in Mazle Thomas, is a visitor in Mrs. each instance were unanimously Ross' class. Miss Fanny was once a adopted, member of of our school. Little Miss Annie Laurie Nail, of RESOLUTIONS That we reaffirm the Owensboro, is a visitor in Sister Resolved, principles ol the Republican patty as Pate's class. Miss Isabel 1c McIIenry, after an enunciated by the platform adopted at the Minneapolis Convention in 1892. extended visit to iriends in Danviile, 2. That we invite a comparison of Lebanon and Louisville, has returnthe wise, patriotic and prosperous ad- ed home and is with her class this Harrison morning. She reports a splendid ministration of visit. with the present administration. Misses Ruth Coombes and Stella 3. We denounce the adminis- Thomas, ol the Presbyterian Sunday foreign policy 'of the present tration which has brought this nation School, paid us a p!easint visit this into disrepute with all foreign nations. morning. Rev. R. A. Crowe was announced 4. Tint we condemn the bungling to preach this morning. attempt of a Democratic Congress to Notwithstanding Hat t ford College effect its ruinous tariff policy, which about stagnation of bus- has closed for the summer, our school has brought beiness and financial disaster, and has continues to grow new scholars ing added every Sunday. filled the the country with unemploySchool closed by singing that beau-tilted laborers to an extent never, before song, "Foot prints ol Jesus." paralleled. 5. That we condemn the pusillaniscale" system Mr. J. E. Rowc, Owensboro, is in mous "apothecary adpresent adopted town this week. byT, the ministration in dealing with the pen50 Ladies hats at your own price at sion policy. Fair Bros. & Co. 6. We heartily welcome the large Balance of Fair Bros. & Co's. remclass ofintelligentvoters.whoare daily turningto theRcpublican party as the nant stock of slippers at cost. only party which has shown itself Miss Mabel Kimbley went to Cecapable of. enforcing a well defined ralvo yesterday. policy, conducive to the greatest inMiss Laura Render is at Prcntis terests of the country. visiting friends. 7. That we denounce the dema-gogisHome-madLard, Bacon and Hams of the Democratic party in at Hardwix. placing before the American people 18th day of Juno 1894. Mr Arthur MoOonntU reosacoU, Florid. KEtiOURCES. Loans nnd Discounts , . . $72,075.87 Overdrafts, secured . . . 264.11 Overdrafts, unsecured . , 594.30 Due from National Banks 11,115.58 Due from State banks nnd Bankers 45.59 Hanking house and lot . . 3,000.00 Specie 2,632 72 Currency 2,044.00 Furniture and Fixtures . . 1,500.00 Current espensts 867.12 .... "C I. Hood "Ou ' 5Vw to-da- y 1 ok Kentucky, My Friends Did Not Know NU, Countv 01' Ohio. J 1 was so thin and broken down. But the cliJohn H. Barnes, Cashier of Beaver mate and being at home gave me a little courage Dam Deposit Bank, a bank located aud I began trying various medicines. In August, 18W, I was appointed to a position In the and doing business in the town of United States custom house. My friends urged Beaver Dam, in said county.bcing dumy wife to have me try Hood's Barsaparllla. X ly sworn, says that the foregoing retook It three times a day just to please her. But port is in all respects a true statement to my surprise I commenced to feel differently after a week on Hood's. I found 1 was hungry of the condition of the said bank at and that I could sleep better ( that tired feeling the close ol business on the :8th day of June, 1894, to the best of his ' also left me. Bo I contluued taking Hood's Sar sapartllat have used nine bottles and four knowledge nnd belief; and further says boxes ot nood's rills, with the result that that the business of said bank has been transacted nt the location namI am Now In Good Health, ed, and not elsewhere; and that the weigh 163 pounds, have a good appetite, sleep above report is made in compliance well, and have not lost a day's work since I to take this medicine. When everything with an official notice received from the Secretary of State, designating the 18th day of June, 1894, as the day on which such report shall be else has failed, I found that Hood's Barsaparllla cures." Arthur McCoxxxll, "United States made. Subscribed and sworn to before me Barge Office, Rensacota, Florida. by John IL Barnes, the 20th day of Pills t easily, yet promptly and June, 1894. Hood's ' Rowan Homiuook, efficiently, on, the liver and bowels, too.. Clerk Ohio County Court. By SimtDV Taylor, D. C. For Ren I. ' J. H. Banres, Cashier Store room, only $10 jer month. t, . R. P. Hocker, Director. The I,. B. Bean, old stand, best " Jno. II. Barnes, location in town for grocery or feed " I. P. Barnard, i store. Address, I.. B. Dkan, U.N. t'nrftoii Hartlord, Ky. J. IMl'non, tf mm be-g- & Co., Lowell. Mam.i thousand dollars' worth of other nedt-clue- s, preicrlptlons, eto.,bare failed to do for mo what Hood's SarsiparllU has done. Mr horns Is In For I da, but In l&M I went to Calif or nta and lived thtre four years. I was taken slek In 18M and had mcdleal assistance, but found no relief. Tho doctors said I had chronlo bronchi-U- s. I was la the Marine Hospital at San Fran-dsc- o seieral months and at Rush Medical CoW leee, Chicago, It months, but still did not get Utter, so came back to rensacota. Mr weight was then 139 pounds with a heavy overcoat on. $94i39 LIABILITIES. 29 Capital stock paidin,incashS25, 000 00 Surplus lund 8,250.00 Undivided profits . . 4,204.02 Due Depositors 56,571.67 DueSt'tebanks&SVtebVrs 59.00 Due National Hanks 54.60 ... $94,139-2- State Hood'sCures Subscribe for The J. L.Carson & Son, A N Republican and the Weekly Commercial. Both papers one year for only $1.25, in advance. Louisville .in- Careful Estimates made on all pentering and Building. Terms sonable. Hartford, Ky. Carrea- T U 4C1IT1TX, HV1UTT. WHEN YOU GO TO GALLON OWENSBORO lORNISI WHITE'S CREAM C.Theo.Cain, For the finest and Most Artislic Work, any tw or style. Frederica Si. , Itlwccn 3rd and 4th. 6m37 VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm Remedies. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. FOR 20 YEARS tl BOLD EVERYWHERE. fir.rt4 RIOUIMOX lUtClX! CO., IT. L0C1S. AndthoM troubltd with nervouineu resulting from care or overwork will be rcUeyed by Ukiaf Broum9 Sitters. GenulM fcas trade mark and crowed red lines oa wrapper- - Neuralgic 1'crsona Iron A GREAT WONDEB! - A MUCH NEEDED ENTERPRISE. A NEW FOUNDRY e W&S WW?' spend-ingaweek- jBUa U.SpP platforms and then repudiating them, Burglars have been causing trouble thereby destroying confidence and at Beaver Dam recently. Various weakening the business intersts of houses have been entered and articles our country. or money stolen. 8. That we do not indorse the politKatie Craghan sues the N. N. & M. ical course adopted by our present V. and C, O. & S. W. R. R. CompaRepresentative in Congress, a memnies for killing her husband, James ber of the Ways and Means CommitCraghan, aboqt a year ago. tee, in saddling upon the necks of Y. working men and farmers fhe want The house on'the Townscnd farm, Mr Henry Hardwiclc has returned and misery from which our people ore three miles east of town, was, burned and for his neglect last week and now considerable ex- from Hopkinsville. suffering of the welfare of his constituents in citement prevails in the neighborMr Joe Mulhall, Louisville, visited his haste to supply his henchmen hood over the alleged story that the friends in town this week. with office. suspicioned party is about to be arMiss Annie Allen, Rosine, was the The call of counties was then made rested. guest of her sister, Mrs. E. D. Guffy for nominations for Congress. Gen. Miss Mary Lou Joplin, Elizabeth-tow- tjiis week. E. II. Hobson, of Green was recogwho has been attending School nized and in a spiritedtwenty minutes Prof. Wm. Foster is spending this Hon. at Russellville, arrived in Hartford week in Owensboro visiting friends speech presented the name of the to spend the summer visitand relatives. John W. Lewis amid much enthusi- yesterday ing friends and relatives, Tt asm. . Misb Lizzie Humphrey, of Butler The nomination was beconded by Ckeftp Excursion Km lea ln t O.AN, county, is the guest of her sister, W. Hnllroml. E. D. Guffy, of Ohio Captain Gceter, Mrs. C. K. Martin. NaAsbury Park,'N. J of Taylor, N. A.Spalding, of Marion tional Educational Association, tickMiss Mabel Hubbard left yesterday and J. C. T. Noe, of Washington. ets on sale luiy 6.7-8-Good for for Chicago where she will spend Mr. Lewis was declared the nominee return until September 1. Cleveland, O, Account Y. P, S. C. sometime visiting friends and relaby acclamation amid the wildest aptives. E., tickets on sale July plause. Good for return until September 15. The chair appointed Charles MarHartford nnd Horton played a liveToronto, Canada Account Bapshall, Major Dry, and Dr. C. J. Wal- tist Voung People's Union, tickets on ly game of baseball here last SaturGood for return ton to escort Mr. Lewis to the stand. sale July day, resulting in favor of the former until September 3. Conby a score of 21 to 18. Dr. Walton presented the new T. B. Lynch, G. P. A., Louisville, Ky. gressional candidate in a 'few well A mad dog which had bitten sevm chosen words and Mr. Lewis delighteral other dogs was killed near Burks N prlii Mrdlrlnr, Til ed his 500 hearers with a thirty min"All run down" from the weaken- Schoolhouse Saturday. Several of speech such as he alone could utes ing efTect of warm weather, you need the dogs which were bitten were also deliver. He accepted the nomination a good tonic and blood purifier like killed. and every Republican in the District .Hood's Satsaparilla. Do not put off Henry Williams was arrested feeythat he will give the enemy such taking it. Numerous little ailments by Sheriff Stevens charged a shaking up as has never been ex- if neglected will) soon break up the with house burning and gave bond. perienced. The enthusiasm was very system. Take Hood's Sarsnpnrilla ago Williams was divorced demonstrative. Such a. body of de- now, to to expel disease and give you Sometime Jrom his wife and the property was termined Republicans has seldom met strength nnd appetite. made over to her. Williams it is said in Kentucky. t Hood's Pats are the best family threatened to bnrn the house at the Col, C. Wf. Barnett offered the foltime. He hails from Echols. medicine. lowing resolution expressing the cathartic and liver and sure. The case ofThomas Hunter against feeling of the ( delegates, toward the the Taylor Coal Company, which was people of the City of Lebanon for Remember C. R. Martin, the Jewel-e- n Mu ' n J decided against the plaintiff in the their kind treatment! docs all kinds of repairing or 'by Resolved that the delegates assent watches, clocks and jewelry on short Ohio Circuit Court, was reversed the Superior Court and remanded to the people notice. bled extend our thanks back for trial. The opinion of the of Lebanon for the cordial reception enter-taine- d For anything in the tonsorial line, Superior Court is strongly in Javor with which we have been of the plaintiff. hcm. remember Pace. during our qtaywh to-dan, 8.9-10-1- 1. 16-1Wed-nesn, .' Harm-lessreliab- )e , MACHINE SHOP. We are now prepared to do all kinds' of Casting, Repair Machinery and Boilers, Fix Threshing and Mowing Machines, Reapers, Binders, etc.; also Gum and Hammer Mill Saws,Grind Chilled Plow Points, Repair Pumps, make Engines, and everything needed for any kind of machinery. Work done with promptness, and satisfaction guaranteed. Also all kinds of Pipe Fixtures and Belting kept in stock. Soliciting a. liberal patronage, we are Very respectfully, yours, M:HEHR7 MiHTT'l (INCOIU'OKATKI)) aiHE D. S, Duncan, Sec'y A 1, Trca. & Co, J. S. Smith, Pres't. Well made and well fitting are the garments at Carson & Co's. You inny tell all you please about the low prices at Carson & Co's. Help others by helping yourself to the bargains at Carson & Co's, Mr.'S, B. Bishop attended the Con vention at Lebanon this week. Lea'Ve your orders with T. O.Baker, with Carson & Co., for groceries,) We have plenty dimitieti, lawns and We are in the lead. Cakson Trade with Carson & Co. Buy a new hat at Carson tc Co 's. Come to Carson & Co. lor Furniture Miss Mercedes Gufly is visiting Miss Uattie Barnett, No Creek. Rev. J, S. Coleman and Mr. O. G. Fair attended the big meeting at Pleasant Ridge Tuesday and Wednesday. Rev. A. B. Smith, of McIIenry,1 white goods, just the thing for these passed through town Tuesday on his Carson & Co. way to the meeting at Pleasant long Jane dys- ' The Central City's and the Ohio Ridge. county picked nine will play'at Miss Kmma Fair, who has been Rock port visiting friends at Stanley and Heni. Biggest Bargain ever offered yet derson, is expected home next Thurs' , day. are at Fair Brps, & Co. mmmri $MnmasaKmmwn3KSfip - &miwtimiiwnnaiii,mwmwv'ir,T'fvr'iv - j. s- - - - TT fc 2- - -- TT. t Wtp.,ag3B3K?CTK-TO3gg.- wm - .a4ttH3l4vrfcAVtBW v A V HiilrrJlloiiI.iiWNfnr .cnitnirr. was tho mutoor tlio one that fell u the depths of the grave with their night comes on, and the storm usualFew readers or publishers of papers oft broken pledges which were false ly reaches its crisis by about midvictim to my providential loon i lully and clearly understand tho was scaring shot that night in tho at the best. Oh, give us McKinhy or night. If it docs not develop during COLLEGES FlUDAY, JUNK, 29. I894. debluuity." N. Y. Sun. give us n rest. the night nud the barometer is at or governing subscriptions. The (INCORPORATiDJ cisions of the United States Court on nnrt Rhortnana The irro.it practical ntifclnnsi Tralnlriff. Whenever the poetic muse strikes Mow the point of "chinc." threat Wouldn't Be Trifled With. iCollotfofl, Thoy utvo a tMuuiporC to bualnea iiiulauot'oas. Catnloffuofre. SHOT. subject are; A GREAT rnoa Hponior, l7re'tv 7 F. KUh, Beo,y.- - Artarfl Hponoerlan Onlleffo t us we have got to let her went Gal- ening black clouds, with gusts of this 1. Subscribers who do not g've exAt the time tho LouIsvlllOi Ky.v OWcnslioro, Ky.a orCvanaville, ina. lagher and in the above theme thctc wind, thunder and heavy downpours "I had a great surpiise In the fever in Chili was at its height, a existed such an immense scope for will come up from the northwest dur- press notice to the contrary an con Adlrondacks once," said Ira Bennett, largo dinner party was given, ex side red as wishing to renew their the mnse to get in its work that we ing the following afternoon. It is a subscription. of Steuben county, "audit wnsnsur clusively attended by 'gentlemen. prise the llko of which will not bo There was present (as Fred May tells found some difficulty in selecting a fact that may have escaped the notice iTWO SEPARATE SCHOOLS UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT 2. If subscribers order the disconof the reader storms, as a rule, rise likely to occur in that country again, tho story in the Now York Press) a good place to stop. If 3011 will SOUTHERN BOWLING GREEN tinuance of their periodicals, the pub Aperuse the great epic, 3011 out of the northwest in most pirts of for all reports to the contrary not J jovial Callfonjlwi who was in the Ushers may continue to send them withstanding, I don't believe thcro country distinctly to make money may be struck by the same thought our northern hemisphere, between the School. Business College WftyjfihfiwJijfjfrfJry M is any material left there to get up and avoid troubled lie had n fund that at present exists in our mind, June solstice and the September equi- until all arrearages arc paid. KSTABLIVHKD IN UTS If subscribers neglect or refuse 3. of comic yarns and spun them In- and that is, we are for Hon, Win. nox. The 25th and 26th will bring another such surprise. "It happened in tho days when cessantly, his evident purpose being MeKinley for President. I don't sup- reactionary rise in temperature, burst- to take their periodicals from the post BOWLING GREEN BUSINESS COLLEGE. I SOUTHERN NORMAL SCHOOL. office to which they are directed, they The ffrcat ItuilncsiTralnlns School ol the Smith. I I'njtllsh, Teachers, Scientific, and CUulc the Adirondack region was known to allay as much as possible .the 'lo.. ing into bluster and storm, and relcgraphy, Typl Pmih.1 . if title. .Art. snd Klrwttan inrovld v ut .jiiui r" as Johu Brown's woods, before many cal ill feeling toward tho Yunkees pose William will raise any objections, are responsible until they have settled iiuuh ii..LriiiVi Penmanship. Pupils can enter all lor. Ix)t rates of board und tuHlon. ISend fori Wrttinjr, and I catalogue. visitors ventured into it, and such n and their flag, A young Chilian however. It may be that lie will be bringing in a cooler breith from the their bills and ordered them discon- - an) time. Send for catalogue. CHERrtT BOOS., ITopTs. Bowllsf OrM,f tV"Mentton Course deilrsd. Addrost Inclined to kick nt the rympth, but northwest. The month closes with a thing as a summer tourist was un- captain, who sat facing tho tM storm period well on in western sec- tinned. known there. A Rochester friend at last llrcd in a bitter re- uot nt our intentions. move to other 4. If subscribers of mine and myself felt a little gay mark against Americans Jlor their tions which will run its course to the The A. I. A. l'HnrJpIrN, places without informing the publishone fall, and wo thought we could alleged Interference in thd late clyil t. Nationality is uot n barto mem cist the first days of August Umi ers and the papers are not sent to the stand u trip to John Brown's woods war. Tho Californlau the whole, a stormy July some former address they are held refor a few weeks1 sport. And I want ly protested, his remarks being a lorship in this order. No man is heavy rains and IN A but a A 4 sar . , w 1 Li mJIbbbI a.ked where he was born, i to tell you that a fellow hud to feel geheral denial of the charge. "You sponsible. general shortness of moisture. 3. We interfere with no man's pargay if ho undertook the trip in those arc a liarP suddenly said the re5. The courts have decided that w i --M VMbaaMMm Z miMKi mi SBBBBSrSBBBBBBI ISSK IlBBBBBI ' days, for there wasn't a railroad Chilian, looking calmly and do-- I tisan politics. fusing to take periodicals for the office within a hundred miles of what may terminodly into Urn face of his ls- -. &&. 3 We attack no man's religion so or removing and leaving them uncallbo called now the outskirts of tho There was insUnt eonstcmn long as he docs not attempt to make ed for, is prima facia evidence of inAdirondack region. But it wasn't tion throughout tho length of the his religion an dement ofpolllcal tentional fraud. tho outskirts then, not by any table. Tho Californlau wiped his THAN 6. If subscribers pay in advance and when wc had tramped lips, threw down his napkin, und, power, means, ,. lfl'.",,1f1F.40PJi!l1.SBf-j-.Wt 4 We unite to protect our country they arc bound to give notice at the thirty miles up Into Herkimer coun- slowly rising, quivered n moment "iQxMrttjLu wfcivtt end pt the time if they do uot wish to ty to get to Jim Long's camp, wo and hissed: "Do 3011 mean that, nud its free institutions against the h were where there had never been a sir?" The Chilian arose also, fold-lu- g secret, iutulercntandaggrebhiveeiTotts continue taking it; otherwise the pubA Fair Skin, dozen men before, except native & his arms, while his face showed tint arc pusfetcntly being set forth (wflk toJJct is authorized to send it, and lisher 1 1 rnEK rnox & - . -- Ci hunters and trappers. Then wo ugly satisfaction at having secured by accrtnin tcligio-politica- l organizaTHE WORLD'S FAIR . the subscriber will le responsible unAkLW-vtumwent in ten miles further, and put a long-souglight. "I do," ho re- tion to control the Government ol the til an express notice, with payment 1 Committee, who letted the t PIMPLES, up a bark shanty on tho shore of a marked, , wfcf t mv defiantly. "Thru, by United Slatts and destroy our blood-bo'tgV ricCormlck No. 4 Steel flowtr ol all arrearages, is sent to the publittle sheet of water known then as heaven, sir, you are saved," bhouted hi tho on)) rrn'ilai exiHlttiji civil and leligious liberty. BOILS, lisher. Jim's Pond. Held trials In a ttra) k row Mi the Californlau, "for I will uot bo m We are in favor of preserving 'WWXirfMiXS 5 vt timothy ntid cli)(r, aldjn "The big surprise I had occurred trilled with." Amid the universal The latest postal laws arc Mich that 'JKSKSBBctI 1 ffr their otliclal ieiut t "The V sUVCM) tho first week wo were In camp. laughter, the young captain was constitutional liberty and maintainnewspaper publishers can arrest anyefficiency uf the machlhc U Our shanty was what Jim Long pulled into his sent, rtll hands be- ing the Government ol the United 8fliftjntAA'9tjAl! BASH, fraud who takes a piper and one lor cS thus under fair ronUltloriH, called a faco camp, being faced to- ing satisfied that it was impossible States ncail) TO r cent. ()rdlnr . . Zv . . refuses to pay for it. Under this law Or nny other defect, originating In j?jpjiLfcur-. . rA n ward tho south, and entirely open to get a senseless fight out of the 6, We regard all l tyxrvLsA fjRures for nrdirurymewerf C 1W the man who allows his subscription ! J.utAl&tl&t in front. Soon after wo had turned commercial-spirite- d lie at ksit twenty pwsJi organizations as the enemies of civil American. higher In total ilmft, nlth an t -v. to run along for some time unpaid, in one dark, cloudy night a most unk. efficiency of not U)e CO r and religious liberty. Tho Plan Dldn'Twork. Xs Secured by Uslnr and then orders it discontinued, orearthly screech, sounding like the ccni, which latter rurc pood ifv-- x 7. It is, in our opinion, unwise and ders the postmaster to mark it "recry of some person in distress, broke machines should U expected to A famous English notor once un lb&, exewd." TtioMrCDrmlckUthe on our ears, fused 'and have a postal card sent nodertook to take part in a certain unsafe to appoint or elect to civil, 41 IlKhtt't draft, snd mrt rfrc 'Loons l said Jim. 'If loons is amateur performance at Richmond; political or military office in this tifying the publisher, leaves himself tire grate cutler )rl n t'tin J. A goin' to holler around on the pond ull j but as he had to act the same even country men who owe supreme allelllpbt MiMal anardd.lf i liable to arrest and tine, the same as night, maybo you fellers won't get ing in the fint piece at tho giance to any foreign king, potentate t, . .;. j for theft. Ha Cured Others, Will Cure You no sleep. They don t bender me, as Lord Fopling, he had or nn3 ecclesiastical power, H McCormick Binders, Reapers and Mowers are built by the McCORMtCK HARVESTING though not much time to lose. He accordS We are in favor of maintaining -- . I1N CO., CHICAGO, and are for sate wherever grain or grass Is grown. "There was n long Interval of si- ingly stepped from the theater into one general, unsectarian, free school caiiT lence, and then the cry was repeated a cab In his stage attire and Ubcd organization, and will oppose all atnear 03 I mado up my mind that the vehicle, on his wuy to Wntorloo tempts to fupplant it 03 any sectarian Jim was right. I knew that if these station, as a dressing-room- , taking institution. ' 3'ells were to conout of his carpet-ba- g tho smock tinue, I for one would have but frock ami gaiters in which he was to 9, We are opposed to all attempts, broken rest that night, and I abked play hl rolo later on. Ho had l not local or national, to use public funds I Jim what could be done. 0 a minute to spare, and, throwinghis for an" sectarian purpose. " 'Mcbbe they'll quit by and by if fare to --TO SEK THE- !;. mm m the cabman, was about to 10. We are 5n favor of taxing all The Leading Fhoiographer. wo don't humor 'em,' said Jim. rush into the booking office, when church property except that used exiARK PENNYROYAL PILLS Ml! i 'They're hollerhi' jest to tease us, ho founfl himself pinioned from tha fn) rtttiNitAii I7aii1(i1a icumi In t lit clusive for divine worship. mi if they take it in their heads that In Fatiw 5lU anA Qjii dial nt i .!.... i! the driver had got him fast. ..i eaie anu- always reim uu miibi lUbtuw iu mihj vbjic 11. The opening of private and pa- - 1.1- are penecuy we ain't carin', more'n likely they'll "Let nirt ifrt I ItLi . frwi . t .xtil.I quit wasting their music on us.' . "Jim had scarcely ceased speaking already.- A SPECIALTY. a"df never fail to oiIohI a speedy and ccr- - J Hang your 'thpencet l"!? to4 ubhc offi1cnl v I AvhJ when thocry came again, tills time You arc n j Pacing them on same plane . rejef NOKXPERIMENT.but 108i Main Street. murdorerl Police. 10. t j mill so much nearer that it seemed to be iicol" The actor was soon in eus morality and law as ptotcstant insti- - a scientific and iMistliverelief .adopted 37m6 OWENSBQROt h) close to the shore, which was only a tody, and this All uas his accuser's tutions are. l xtssssr 1 j only after years of experience. 7v X S IsWm few yards away, of supplied chaneinjr our "This couutryman has favor 12. We are "Fire off your gun,' said Jim. story; a nobleman who engagedmur- immigration in.laws ofsuch manner ,' orders lvisik tiardirect from ftour (it Urt ttnn nanlnnA dered my in 'Sometimes that will give 'em a kob in tho Ilaymurkot." It took that they will protect our citiVen la fix packages for $5.00, by mail post scare, and send 'em packiu1 oil on some time to explain matters, and borers from the evil influences of paid. EVKKY I'AUKAUK (iUAU the double quick ANTRNTI l,iriiP.ilra frnnlnin In "My rifle lay within reach. I took in tho meantime the actor lost his cheap, pauper and criminal labor, AU Corrcspomlciirc strictly Coi.fi- uxwmjmm train. San Francisco Argonaut. It up, held it out from my body as I which, through the intrumentnlties dentin). PARK REMEDY CO. lay on the ground, and fired toward Ancient Tabids. of European propagandist societies, Boston, Mass. tho lake. Wo waited, 'and the Science contains an interesting and in this country by the aid of screeching was not repeated. G " 'The gun scared 'em away said account of tlio Toll-e- l Amarna tab- strikes and the subtle influence of BOOK-KEEPINCURES NOTHING BUT PILOS. lets. These tablets, three hundrod priests, are rapidly supplanting our Shorthand and Penmanship. Jim, 'They're done, an arc more'n and twenty in number, wore discov- free and educated American citizens We have recently prepared Hooks A SURE and CERTAIN GUHC three mile away by this time ered fellah A?mt in known for 15 years as tho DECT on the above, especially adapted to "I soon went to sleep. It was day- among by a ruins of womanpalace 1SS7 in every line ol industry. tho REMEDY FOR PILES.13710. the of 41 && C Home Study," Sent on 60 days Trfr4 hj KltlUBDftOI IDIC1I CO., ST. light when I woke up. Jim and my Amcnophis 13 We believe there should be an IV., known as friend were still asleep. I rubbed my dec-ti- e trial. Hundreds have been benefitted between Missieh und Assiout, educational (nullification to the of "Buggies eyes and raised up. But I fell back franchise that require e ery hundreds of dollars by ordering our f.OUIKVII.Y.E,NT. I.OV1H A TKX. II. U about one hundred and eighty miles again as if I had beeu shot and with south of Cairo. They have been 'American citien" to be American-ied- , publications. Why not you? a yell that brought both of my comLsiiimllt, St, Louts n ulnj. lili tv Should you later decide to enter found to contain a political corro panions to their feet. ' spondence of tho very greatest in14. We are in favor oi putting into our College, you would receive credit He 'will ?nvc you MONKY by litmus from HIM. "'For God's sake, Jim.' I cried, terest, dating from some thirty-thre- e SCHRtiULti IN EFFECT NOV.1, IotI. office houebt and true patriots, who for the amount paid. Pour weeks by 'what Is It?' pt'll you a IJu'V, ITnruera, Lap DiiHteranil Whip from tGO.OOdS t iWly. Ifcjly. WE8THUUND. "It's a paintcrl' replied Jim. (A hundred and cevouty years back. are best qualified to fill the position, our method of teaching Many are from Palestine, written regardless .. 7.3fl.m, c&tp. m. sockin1 big painter, an' deader'n a is equal to 12 weeks by the old plan. I.v, Louisville of political pirties, up to $75.00. Th Diivw Carrinpc Company lias tho rcputa- - S by princes of the Amorites, Phoeni.. 8 II it m. 7ti p. in Vt Folnt rock!' Positions Guaranteed under certain 15 We are willing to be governed s 07 p, in. 9.17 a. in, HramlrnWg tion of litiildiug tin beet Hugpy for tli money of any Factory "And so it was. A panther lay cians, Philistines, etc., the bunion by these principles in our future conditions. Scud for our Free illus.94 M.tn 9137 i. m, InIiKt"u stretched on tho spruce boughs in of almost all being: "Send, I pray In.Jla, m. it 'ni. rpheniort action, trated 96 page catalogue and "'state in Cinciunnti. our shanty, not five feet from where thee, chariots and men to keep tho a.m. 9,ICp. in. Ctorerjtort ........ 16. Our mission is to awaken the your wants." Address J, F. Draugh-on- , city of theking, my Lord." Among 11:11 iu 111, Wtu p.m. I had slept. A rifle ball had entered Ilavfritill.......... , ll.Vn.m. Draughou's I Practical Pres't. il)rt, .......... its eye and come out at tho top of its tho enemies against whom help is people of free America from theirleth-- 1 12: 10 p. in. It II p.m. Ow en boro.. ........ Ilusiness College and School of Shot head. It was tho random shot I thus invoked are the Abiri, easily argy, iudiflerenceand 1.04 p. in, 11 W ....... in. bjotlimllf-..- .. recognized as tho Hebrews. The and Telegraphy, Nashville, had fired in the night to frighten "litemal vigilance is the price of .. tr, HenuVnon - l.'.p,n. 12 20a.ru. fixes that of the Bible (I, Kings, libery," yet the Protestants of this Ten n away the supposed loons, and had date !') M, u Teachers. 600 Students No,i, Dai'y Dally. killed tho big and bloodthirsty vh, 1) as accurate. EAST HOUND. Hnter Republic hae ceased to he vigilant, ' the past year. No vacation. . 7.15 a.m. 3; I3ju in beast instantly. A second more, no I,t, Htntlrrfon Local. X. II. and in conscious strength are either , any time. Cheap Hoard. . SpotUville 77 a, in. 3 .17 p. m, doubt, and ho would have had his 8 CT a. m. 4 W p. m, One man1 clubbed in your own intently chasing the almighty dollar We pay $5.00 cash for all vacancies Oweti.'oro. .. fangs in my throat. ................... 9 to a.m. SMii, in stenographer, teach WW Lralai " 'To think I'd a been fooled like street will causo a biggor sensation or quietly doing while we swiftly as .. ... 9.33 a.m. fi.VJp.in ( Ilawfflvtlle,. ers, clerks, etc , reported to us, pro10 thatl' said Jim. 'But that's the than a thousand pcoplo drowned In a. m. I S7 p. in, Cloverport .... -- ANDterrible crisis than this counrty has vided we fill same. . ni. 8 l p. 111, worst o' thlm 'tarnal loons. They China. Truth. 91IhenorI 1103a.m. 7Apf m, IrvlnKlou............. yet known. kin coo like a dove or screech like a Noliro lotlntf rinor. "iVttht cupidity f UrMnJnburg -- ...... 11.29 a. m. 71 Q Doctor," painter, jest ez they feel. So what's .. 1 05 p, m, 8 05 p. m, The voting place in the Select votWnt Point July. irhon Dr. Fenner Hides' FnrrrJixi for a feller goln1 to do? That's the ing precinct has been changed from M p.m. ... loo p.m. u. Loulnville hU floldtn It July comes in with rising temperaluckiest shot that was ever mado or "Select" to "IkuVetown lief cures Inflamm. rtinNo. 51 and No. fii make connection a A, hji m tion In any form and in pursuance to the following otder of ture and falling barometer in all westever will be mado in these woods I' kji A A U A Aj A AJ kt U W AJ A, U AJj as weU when giTn Irvlngton (Sunday ezcepted) with trains on Louli ern parts of our country. Tho reac"That was tho big surprise I had Court: 5 drop 6otes on in U'etera H. K., cast an J ,11k, UarJlnnburif lump of suf ar onto Stati: op Kentucky, Ohio ) nt bouud. in the Adlrondacks, and I never For further iiformatiun, addrris tionary storm centers are on the 2d In 2 aoura In County Couht, Junk H. C, MORDUR, Gen. iVr Ag't. want to wake up to another one like bronchi tU with new moon on the 2d, and 3d, and consumption, u I.ouUf ill, Ky. Ti;rm, 1S94. ) It. I didn't get over it for two when applied exterThe force of the Venus equinox nally In freah cut. J. D. Oliver and 75 other voters of days. The panther was a female and precinct, having blending with these will insure exf m Ibruftea and burn. -- no measured nine feet in length. Jim the Select voting change of the vot-in- cessively high u inunff tofti filed petition for a tempeiature, the crisis -for himself the hard said that the chances were that her earned money of the tilacc in said nrccinct. it is order gomate was somewhere around in that ed and adjudged that the voting place of which will be realized about 2d, 3d Uea lmpoialbimim " "lie nMinp." 'liinrefn. U trying P7 Bit upon the unfortunate poor." "He part of the woods, and wc might run be and it is chanced from Select to and ath, beginning ve.st and travel wily trick bold assertion i thinks the will across him some day. I should have Baictown Post office, and the future ing east. Thunder, wind and hail pront out of tho misfortunes win.' "He would of the weak and as a sequel said that I had two big surprises on voting place in said precinct is estab- will result in ..nny ; t 7 und Otilnm HaWta that trip, for I think that my experi- lished at Uaietown Post office. to iiicm rem ncraiurc. vio eni e ecinc Will, this is quite an Indictment, uttered by J curiU lit liuuiu ence following the one in tho camp Atttest: Rowan IIoumooK, Clerk. The the Desslmlst. the rolBanthronfsL th avil tension and low barometer. lioolcofpst- w slur, If not the erll doer. Dr. Fenner la aware Hv h. M Rendkk, D, C. FSxV H tleularsMlitrUKls. was a surprise, too. storm culminations may be expected lhat this aeatlmentvUl boputtotnefront.br tmwswswMiiBHBBiaM.wuor.LKY.M.D. i laariioru. ' Kentucky I tuoe ef his success. It "Wo hunted our deer entirely by f AUnt.GswOfflCOlWiWWtcbAUBU in western nud central parts on the 2d made who are Jealoulong before consentlnrhas him hesitate t Forunril, lurii Fornnnl. still hunting, and tho first time I am uoupio into msconnaenceana "ten roe BJBJBJBflBJSJBJJBJBJSJBJBJBaBjSxBW wiu t and 3d, and a cool dash of polar air truth.' It has made him delay, until he eould Alro I1ASS IN MUKKAY TOHUM went out, after my fortunate shot in proTO over tnd orer again that he was right, time in will be felt immediately behind the Forward, turn forward Oh col nff ahead. Kou that henuhe Is right, the camp, I saw a doe and a fawn m manly haro the courage loping along in an open piece thy flight, and give us MeKinley to storms, all of which will reach the shall ho beor shall andfear the "breath otol his" convictions he "hide his light under of woods, I stood as still as any of fix this thing right. Just gic us the eastern coast regions on and touching tho array of consumutlves a bushel" and allow to continue their tho trees around me, for I saw that cllancef and you call us a fool, if we the 4th. The next storm period is march to death without Interposing his stronff arm to obstruct tae progress of "thi grim Til tho course tho two deer were taking don't show by our votes wc like from the 6th to 10th, during which aged reaper" r Or. Fenner chooses th manlr course. No narcotics or mineral doIsobs. Sfa would bring them along by a big ana certain, never disappoints, one tablespoon-Ju- l rule. God knows we are tired one of the wajuiefct waves ol the sumdoeo cures La Grippe. Money refunded If chestnut treo not more than eight All will uot mer will be realized. s not Riven. Take borne ft bottle rods from where I was standing, and of the strife and the dread of and promises by which we are feel its climax at the same time, but j I calculated that I could bag them will move I'tirau Kxruraloii Unit tin C. O. AN. both. As they camo by tho treo I fed. Once we were happy but alas, we in regular progression it V UtillrojKl. rule eastward, touching with its scorching Asbury Park, N J Account Naraised my rifle to shoot tho doe, but have fell from protection's proud Many violent tional Educational Association, tick . Oh give us wings all the land before I could fire something dropped to a freetrader's h . Good for a job, but of all things the best, just electrical storms, with rain, hail and ets on sale July down out of tho treo llko a big fallon tho eive us MeKinley and he'll do the and wind, will occur about 8th, 9th return until September 1. ing branch and landed square Cleveland, O Account Y. P. S C. deer. It was a panther, Tho doo rest or give us Tom Heed, with his and 10th. A very sudden change to E., was crushed to the ground by tho rulings so fine, that our Democratic much cooler is almost certain to press Goodtickets on sale Julv for return until September 15 weight of tho panther and tho Congress gobbled up in short time; closely on the rear of the area of great Toronto, Canada Account Bap-liforce of its leap, and tho feroThis cool wave Young People's Union, tickets on Harrison, so tried and heat and storms. cious beast instantly hud his Oh, Benjamin &alo July 16 17. Good lor return so true, will you come to our rescue, will in turn give place to warm, with until September teeth fastened in her throat. The 3 storminess about , terrified fawn sprang out of sight in as you only can do. Only two sum- much bluster nnd T. B. Lynch, O P, A.. Surprising changes Louisville, Kyi tho thicket. But that panther got mers, the grass has grown green, has 13th and 14th. llttlo of the doo's blood, for I bored blossomed and faded with Grovcr be- of temperature will be a feature of all The Niirltis; Mrlllnr. him through and through with a bultween. Yet generations to come will the storm periods in July, but heat All run down" from the weakenlet and a charge of buckbhot almost live and grow old, with Democracy wjll be the prevailing temperature. as soon as ho had borno tho deer to forgot, like a tale that's been told, Sudden changes to coot quickly react- - ing effect of warm weather, you need a good tonic and blood putificr like tho ground, I don't know whether i Hre the folly is repeated that cost us Itio- Intrt vnrv warm. I killed the doe, or whether fehe was Do not put olT without From the iSth to sail falls the next IIood's Saisaparilla. dead before my bullet struck her. so dear, we'll bury frtc trade full moon iMn lt' Numerous little ailments We are manufacturers of Buggies, Carts Surries and Carriages, and deal dfrecUy wlj but tho bullet that lodged in tho shedding a tear; and this friend of reijular htorm period. The Reeled xvlll soon break up the tiie consumer, thus saving him the per cent, usually paid to middle men. Our pricss.arfi great 3ugar trust, on the 17th will most likely prccipi- panther lodged albo in the deer's monopolies and the . sste,n- - Tnkc Uooi'a Sarsaparilla liL'htu. will quietly mingle its bones with the tatc heat and s.orms very early in the - Respectfully i enable, and we guarantee satisfaction. "Tho frightened fawn, true to Its dust. While protection's proud ban turifMl. At this season the first vis! now, 10 10 exj)i disease aim give you " MtftJ ' MmmJ.mm fldftVii lu M. A sxm' MHbIskM sbm nature, camo stealing buck after a ucr will joyfully wave o'er the laud of ble indication of coming storms, as a strength and appetite. time to look for its mother, und I IS"' Hood's Pim.s are the best family the Iree and the home of the brave, rule, is a low bank of cloud stretch- killed it out of pity as much as any mrulVi 'JL' - lug along the northwest as evening cathartic and liver medicine. Harm Democratic misrule nnd the troub- ' '1 : Tho panther was u for thing else. OwenEbero, Ky Lightning nppcars as less reliable nnd sure Ik? hidden and lost in approaches. we voucludcd that he le it gave, will male, and so Hartford Republican ! EftlAN IJook-Koeriln- cf BUSINESS u ly JJ I - trail .v-- F Call--fornla- n, W good-humore- d HORSE SENSE cloud-bursts,- 1 s. 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