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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1894 hao1894070601 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. TTs, JTP fi!aapSS k LiLL. ijnam vm-ijr- r - v - mammmmmmmmmm t w r v; .initntttvnftrMiMU or- - atim KATfcft ? THE' REPUBLICAN ARK VKHY BnARONABI.n AND SIMULATION IS OF VERY. URGE. Tie Haetmd OFFICIAL CRGAK OP Bepublic an. DISTRICT. HAVE YOU PAID .t TOnjIBGUmill! I (Weekly Commercial ono year Ijfroo. SUbscrlbo at once. WE DO JOB WORK Every VOL. VI. BLina..t MAHUUKBITK. Web1), Sergeant David Morrow, John TIE FATT JflB FOURTH C0ME55IQNAI Will show how you stand with Tho Republican Pay up and one year In Advances and wo will send you Tho Loulsvlllo THIS TAG HAKTFOBD, K Y., FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1894. KOOD HOWSKKREPINO NO. 49. IVORY jar Kmt I I I There lived, one time not 1 ng ngo, a bonny maiden fair, With laughing eves and rosylips.nnd wuvy golden nair. A lazy little maid was she, for all phe was so sweet. Nor cook a meal, nor sweep n room, nor sew could Marguerite, These lived a man, not long ago, who loved this winsome maid, And at her tiny little feet his great big1 heart was laid. A flutter shotik her little heart, it fluttered on and on; At last the little answer came, so soft, so sweet: "Yes. John." 50AJ TOR CLOTHES. hc prooTt n a OAMOLK The day was set.thegowns werennde, the tiny house was sweet, Which was to be the little nest of John and Marguerite, co. arn I can't make bread, nor cook a chop, nor fry a codfith ball. 'But, John," 6aid Marguerite one day. "I cannot cook nt all; tifiSSEfo SAVtA CAN Nor make a cup of coffee, dear oh, do we have to cat? And can't we do without it. John?" said pretty Marguerite. Of course we can, my dear," said John: "If not, we'll buy a book That tcllsabout apareribs'and things, and tells you how to cook." COPYRIGHTS, Froat NURR 1 fcHWtMAKKJ A I UBTA antwar aa4 aa iranan optakuL vrtU ta 4c CO.. who aara bad nearljtfnr ywr nailMIIIM la thfl ratant bail pea. OooraiBotoa. Uona nrtcUf eonfhlaotlai. Allaudt- VofiiU rcnaaUoa coocvnun a MUloffM ol ataal ibam aant aa4 aatanUOo tUMnt . A Op. rao kaa larooca MttBO la tbaHcftastlSa America a, ara brotlabi widely bar nra tba pvblio a UH to atfwatk! m etret at "I don't know how to go to work to I never could manipulate NlHUiM'tto sweep and tlut a room. a dustpan and a broom. "I care not how much dust, my love, The rooms" will nil be sweet Marguerite U there." m HAitinl tt BatlaDtfiUfNLiMMtblr.tUOayaar. is flying through the air; tMBfte to me if will plana, aaabtavtoUdantoSaow toa Artdirta UtctTblw and aaewra extracts. BaoibWAT. MUN Oun&wYouK. 3111 hoaaaa. Cotton Belt Route (St. Louis Southwestern Ry.) Arkansas, Text THE ONLY LINE With through Cnr Service Iroro TO me! I don't know how to sew, nor put a button on, And rips will come, and buttons go what shall wedo, dear John?" "Oh, don't)ou worry, Marguerite, we'll manage it all right, And il the holes and rips must come, we'll pin them outof sight" "Dear MEMPHIS TO rcu the cozy littlehorae John took his Marguerite; Dut fight Against it as they would, they founa they nau to eat. At firtt the cream would never rise, the bread would never set;" The cofTee was the mildest drink that Soon to John had ever met. No change ot Cure to OK ISTEUMEMTK POINTS. The roabts weie never quite cooked through, the eggs always hard, And what was fried was swimming in a little pool of lard. The sweeping and the ilustingandthe Two Daily Ti ains , Varr)ing pru-peru- nata 10 iuargucjuc. Travel ring I'ullhian tileejieni. umbei The buttuns came off by the score, the finest tarming, grazing ux holes and rips came, too; laud. Ami reaching the must John's litUt plau for pinning them uimI viiif in the towus they found would never do. tdniuli Coaches nnd Seemed nvcr endingTvearisome andl Great Southwest;. y YtiMiujr FARMING LANDS altumlHin y all the wieal-- , crn ami cotton, and especially alnpleil to the cultivation ol ntnnll Iruitv ami early It took some lime for Marguerite to learn to make things "go," To find the simplest way to cook, and sweep, and dust, and dew. In time she learned, did Marguerite, but aa the ears rolled on, She wijdud she'd learned a thing or two lKrfbieshetaid: "Yes, John." 3LOO0Y EXECUTION OF 1815- - vegetable. Aironliug OUAZINO LANDS. excellent paBturagc duiin aliiDbt the vniireear, and comparatively cliwe to the jrieat niMilelo. Mobile durlngtheWarWIth TIMBEIt LANDS. Cuveud with At Groat Britlan. altnjttt iuexhnuHtiLto fnevt ut ellim piuc, cypros and the hnnl wmkIb Ikrapllr Fronl- - Thul Thj Ww Nl Utility r lirarrllaw, lhf Crime and Eattcrn comtr.nu 10 Arkansas Texas: Cunbu procured on reasonable and advaulagtoua terms. All llnrarauiirrl Willi mtd Itnvnlirfc flknn ante III th Tliy Wrra Tried mnrnnblit Kplnedeln illalwrjr. MEN GRIT. t'r Kf SIX INNOCENT lENNSVLVANIA SHOT. Goiton Belt Route During thesecond war with Great Uritian Alabama was a part ot TennesAek your nearest Ticket Agent fur see, and those scalers were from what map, tune tables, etc., ami write to is now Alabann. any ol tho following lor all informaSept. 2o,H8i4, 20s members of the tion you may desnu concerning the First Vet Tennessee regiment at trip to the Great Southwest. Fort Jackson refused to serve longei. They dechued they had enlisted June R.T.G. MATTHEWS, 30, 1814. forlhrcv months and as the Dis't IVn. AiMM liubqille, Ky. time had expired they were entitled W.LaBEAUME, E. G. T. A Tkt. AgiM St. Luis, Mo. to go home. The regimental officers denied that the time had expired, J. A. EDSON, insisting that the men had enlisted Geu'l Supt., Txarkauaf Tx. for six montlu They en leavored to get the "simple notion," as they called It, out of the heads of the ANYWHERE 1 men Thetuen were right in beEVERYWHERE! lieving their term of setvlce had expired, as will be sten later. They seUMIMR BXOURSION cured rations the best way they could, TICKKTS aaa mii vm t which was riot very creditable, and some of them did go home, but subsequently Yolunt irly rejoined the SAtUStOAJDa 9 U tfci Sprint aN MmtaJMtf VtrfJaia. TUrtUkwaArfWatfawlrar, Ta aha IftaaAkara aaJ tha Aaaaa. IK TB army, when they were soon aftcrarrest-c- d and put in irons. A court martial ordered to try them convened Decern to iikkTHi Afl wvmt mm A TO WITEI STATES INI MNIIA WKtt TH feasant Spots Mar BAWftOVINUOrM, oBXTTXHDXir Homo: ers were charged with "exciting mutinyt conniving at mutiny and to orders." The trial lasted ta days. Slixf the accused Jamts ce OJCftUXiXAV SPJLDfM, Ftmolu for their SdcUl, HeakhfiU, tod Xcooomk AdrauUfea, MB mcjjl BvnATXxcynn 11TTSGXMNI arc oa aai between aB MaUona wl ttbiaadUm snafu, mtiyvmmijm woNcnw vtnbeaol4loLoMla- aaak. froai ttouHa la sffiaaeeate " .a "wwa w. w wy ipi I -- - goae Wjalrfay Uaka, HHn J. B jag iMtr,iwjjajyjyraiyfCeajna,aMi afaetire eaaw ajr wipaa; MiWa(.r M W aay ii at aa ' Hi trarr mttw oos. cleMeaK womea. ad hklp is orrxftxv, to guaraUL la 7" Bwntmber !& yoa 4oatja the kalp leafi " FaroriU rrtaorlpttoa. TaawMfaaalacav nlaanJ wrafluara v. or waakatat. tad ta ertry ai iMtll ftnaailm of - fzS X.?tt?2ZZZZ rannuo. , tfcifamakmlll tfjfct "rrar talk to UaaX or W ia Mm&. " -- w - tn teciavlUa, ay. " !bWt;;am Hn. atsrasrir '"T!?5r mvhthu, i slowly raised Wp head, from which Harris, a Uaptist preacher, Henry the white cap Wl slipped, revealing Lewis, David Hunt and Edward Lind-Be- y his youthful face' besmeared with his were condemned to death. Two young life bloodj TJie blood trickled commissioned officers were cashiered from three othcrvcrucl wounds on his and the rest of the number, near 200 breast, saturating his shirt. Not a ol spectator stirred-i-thcwere appalled. were sentenced to have their pay .stopped, and at the expira- Wanly glancing around he grasp d tion of the six months' term to have his coffin and slowly pulled himself half of their huir shaved of! and be toward it. Willi great effort he feebly drummed outof camp, Harris, who was crawled upon the coffin. There, coveran illiterate Baptist preacher, and the ed with blood, half reclining, half sitfather of nine children, had taken the ting on that repugnant remainder of place of another soldier in order to be death, hc presented a spectacle unsurson .James. His passed in hideominess by any of the with his death was destined to cause more noise terror wheu riot "ruled in France. His in the world than any of the others life blood trickled in streamlets down The evidence showed that he had got- his face andbreat(nnd congealed in ten a receipt for his rifle before going little puddles on his coffin. He gazed home. It also showed that Morrow at Colonel Russell with a far away had been pardoned by n general officer look In his watery ecs as if he saw On December 18, 1815, the British in the distance the itftle home ot his New Orleans, chid hood. His lipa, quivered.. having evacuated embarked in their ships and left the "Colonel," said llevt is, "I am not stnte of Koulsana, and General Jack- killed, but I am badly fhotund mangson returned from the camps at New led. Colonel did I nottbehave well?" Orleans. He was the hero of the day "Yes, Lewis, liken man," replied Consequently Jan. 23 wasappolnted Colonel Russell 'Well, sir," said Lewis, "have I a day of thanksgiving and prntse, and Jackson drove under the triumph- not atoned for my offense? Shall I not al arches to the old cathedral, where live!" Then bloody foam rushed to Abe Hubourg crowned him with lau- his lips and hc f.iinted nway on his rels, emblems ot a warrior's deathless coffin. That scene is historical fame. On the day before going to Colonel Russell orderc the surgeon the cathedral he signed thedeath war- to do all in his power to save the life rant condemning to death the six of Lewis, but hc was past medical aid Tcnncsec solditrs and ordered that and expired on the fourth day after the execution should take place with- -' the execution. Before hc died gie? t in four days after the promulgation drops of tears would chase each other of the order at Mobile. Peace with down his cheeks w hen he would speak Great Britian had already been sign- of having to die so young. The firing ed and was ratified at Washington squad, through amistikcn idea of humanity or sy in pi thy, had failed to February, 17, 1815. Bright was the morning of Fcbru-rar- shoot him dead four bhots taking effect 21, 1815, the day set for the exSo greatly were the people elated ecution. It was a winter month, but in the balmy southern clime the flow over the declaration of peace tit tit no ers were in bloom and the birds sang ! notice was taken of the execution till sweetly 1:1 the vicinity of the old . long after the army had bren disband- J ed and the Foldiers returned home. French settled town of Mobile. troops were march- It was n sad day in Tcnnesss when Fifteen hundred ed by General Winchester to an open the militia returned home and it was official shooting of field near Mobile and drawn up in a learned that the quadrangle. Scores of curious citi- the soldiers had put almost as many zens were attracted to the place to homes in mourning as the enemy had witness the sextuple execution. Six done. The relatives and friends of the roughly made and gloomy look- men knew nothing of the execution ing wooden coffins were brought until their com rales returned home. iuto the center of the quadrangle by They reasoned that il it was necessary to have nn execution one life or as many stalwart soldiers and placed two should have been taken instead In a row on the ground a few feet apart. The sable forebodings of of six. The people were appalled. The Hou-s- of Representatives di- death sent a shiver throutrh the as h se.bled troops, who had V f fore therti nlT theoflicial documents the flower of the British army, bearing on the subject. When the for more than one soldier thought a documents went to the House they terrible murder was about to be committed under the ban of the law. But were referred to a partisan committee, the fiat ofdooiu.lmd been proclaimed which exonerated all concerned in the and there was no probability of a re- blundering business, but politicans prieve arriving. General Winchester claimed that the facts had been gloss knew nothing of the ratification of ed over. The tenn ot the men had unquespeace, and even if he had, he could tionably expired when they left camp do nothing to stay the execution that had been ordered by his superi- for their homes. The whole thing or. The victims of that wonderful hinged on the question whether the court martial had not arrived, and the men had enlisted lor three or six Yet the proceedings of the soldiers grew nervous while waiting. months court martial showed tint the length Presently there was a rattling sound down the road leading to the camps, of the term of service was not brought and the old twojiorse country wagon up much less discussed. It was there trotted Into view around the bend of that the court blundered The milita- the road. Within were seated the sire ry law of 1795 restricted the term of April io( condemned men. They were secure- service to six months 18 12, a special law was passed to ly bound and escorted by a military 1 guard. The rickety old vehicle rat- raise 00,000 for the militia of the country to serve not exceeding six tled Into the center of the quadrangle of the troops and stopped by the mouths. This law was limited to two years and expired April 1, 1814 row of coffins. April iS, 1814, lour days alter, a new All the prisoners stood firm and law was passed, which extended the composed, except Harris, who was time of service from three months to slightly agitated, probably not so six months, if, in the opinion of the much from the fear of death asm the President, the public interest required thought of leaving a widow in the far it. Thus the law stood when the away hills of Tenuessee. Colonel Tennessee militia was caltel into serRussell, who had charge of the execu- vice. It the President had issue! any tion, said to the men in an undertone: orders requiring their time to be ex"You are about to die by a sen-- . tended to six months, then they were tence of court martial. Die like men bound to serve to that time. But, if hc like soldiers, ypu have been brave had issued no such orders, then they in the field. You have fought well. were bound to serve only three Do no discredit to the army or yourmonths, under the act of 1795. selves by any unmanly fears." Notice Voting; riHcr. Bach of the men replied briefly to The voting place in the Select votthe consoling words of Colonel Rusing precinct has been changed from sell, after which the officer retired to '' "Select" to "Baizetown his post,-- leaving the; six condemned in pursuance to the following order of men standidg by their coffins, and the Court: Statu of Kkktucky, Ohio) final preparations for the execution CountV Court, Junu began. Several soldiers marched out Tkrm, 1894 and placed a white, cap over the face J. D. Oliver and 75 other voters of of each of the prisoners. In the mean the Select voting precinct, having time 36 militia men were detailed to filed petition for a change of the voting place in said precinct, it is order serve as firing squads. The requised and adjudged that the voting place t ite number was drawn up in front ol be and it la changed from Select to ' the condemned men- - six soldiers to Baize town and the future each prisoner, All preparations were voting place in said precinct is estabPost office. at Bdizetown now complete and tho moment for lished giving the firing signal had arrived Atttest: Rowan Houirook, Clerk. By L. M Render, D. C, Triere was breathless stillness, not a whisper broke on the victims of the tragedy about to take place. The firing squad stood in serried and Park Obesity Pills will reduce your silent columns, their eyes halt hazed 2 with tears, stood waiting the solemn weight PERMANENTLY from signal. They had not long to wait. to 15 pound a moutb, NO Starving Colonel Russell's lips parted and he sickness or injury; NO Publicity, hoarsely said: 'Ready!" quickly Tbey build up the health and beautU foUowedby "Aim!" The members of fy the complexion leaving aoWltINK the firing soudacocked their piecs, LE8 01 flabbincw. BTOttT'ABDO brought Ujen to their shoulders and MENS and difficult breathing nireiy EXPERIMENT but glanced down the barrels toward the relieved. NO asciennficapd native relief .adopted coadowned Then lor a moment All only after years of expedience. Uwre wasagastly hush, .broken by orders supplied direct from our Colowcl Russell exclahuing "Firel' Price 12.00 per package or The sarp report 036 riAfta fang Mit three packages for 15 00 by mail upon the air and the six ma dropped MoMhaid, Tettimoniak and particu lars (sealed) 2 cents, ut Ua,Pa,UMBnmW uX uhj rJctv coufl onc-thlrd yl Highest of all in Leavening Power. RoYal TIIM MAGPIE'S NEST. How John Found His Swootheart Had Boon True. There stood hi Berkshire, England, far out upon a quiet country road, a little Inn, which the wooden blgn swinging at tho door declured to bo known as "Tho Magpie's Nest" It hud been thus named because of tho number of magpies In the neigh borhood. And straight before the door atood an oak tree a century old, among whose uppermost branches, year In and year out, always hung a magpie's nest. to which the country people believed that tho fiame old magpies returned regularly. No very elegant entertainment was offered at tho Magpie's Nest for either man or beast, but Us patrons thought tho alo good, aud then it was served to thorn by the most charming, little barmaid, who wore acap with bright ribbons, and had a WMlst that could have been spanned by two hands a llttlo maid also, who resented too much freedom by a box on the car, and who was known by the rector of tho parish to have- been tho best girl In his Sabbath school. So, though she was a poor orphan, nnd had only her little meed of wages, Betty might have married many a stout young farmer. However, sho refused them all, and kept on with her duties at the Magpie's Nest until tho soa of her muster, coming homo from India, where he had served as a soldier for several years, fell In lovo with her, and offered her his hand and heart. Betty did not prove unkind. Tho lnnkeeplng father was willing enough to secure his handy Betty for a permanent assistant, nnd, amid tho chattering of the magpies, Betty and John exchanged their vows under tho nest-hun- g oak tree ono bright afternoon, nnd John put upon her flngcr a thick silver ring, which he had obtained abroad, perhaps by purchase, perhaps by gift, perhaps as soldiers obtain many things in timo of war. It wns not a costly gift to our eyes It would not be a beautiful one but Betty valued it highly. Sho kept it polished to perfection, and wore It with great pride on high days and holidays; but though she loved John and looked forward to her wedding day with Joy, bho would uol alter tho bright ioqucttlsh manner which had always belonged to her. Sho joked with tho farmers, flung them bark repartee for ivparte, and oven gavo them those bright glances which John tho soldier thought should only bo given to himself. So John grew jealous, and. being a moody sort of man, said nothing about It It never entered Betty's mind that tho very manner which had once en chanted John should now offend him, and sho herself grew angry with her lover for his scowls and bulklness. Therefore, when a young Frenchman black-eyed- , black-haire- d from Marseilles, and as polite In his manners as Frenchmen usually are, chanced, in the course of n business journey, to stop at "the Magplo's Nest," she felt that ho would be really a fine example for surly John Leaf, and was amlablo to him to a degree that might havu made a less jealous man angry. Then, Indeed, John Leaf spoko out, and Betty discovered tho secret of his HI temper. Her prldo being llattcred thcrehy,she forgave him, and retired on Saturday night with the firm Intention of winning back John's smiles on the morrow, her holiday, when sho would go to church In her best attire and churm his heart from him over again as he walked by her side. What woman ever had any design on a man's heart, ever desired to win from him any favor or any gift, that she did not bethink her of all her finery I Before, Betty slept sho took from her trunk her Scotch plaid dress, her fringed cap, her Sunshawl, her day shoes and her silver ring, and having given tho latter an extra polish, laid them where tbey would meot her eyes the first thing next morning. John Leaf, sulking In his room under the garret eaves, had not thought of this. Those slow natures do not forget and forgive In a hurry, any more than they do anything else. The morning sun, shining aslant against the inn's wall, aroused Betty with his first rays. She rubbed her eyes, opened them, put her fat little feet out upon the floor, knelt down and said her simple prayer and then flew to the gloss. It was only a crooked thing, with a flaw in it, and a rough oaken frame, but It was sufficient to make her happy. She braided her hair, put on her cap, buttoned her dress, tied about her throat tho gay neck ribbon, laced her shoes geometrically, and then looked for her ring. It was gone. Betty sat down and wept bitterly. All the country people of that day were gupemtUlous. The ring had dlsap- noared In a most mysterious way. for her door was bolted and her window high from the ground, and she firmly believed that tho loss portended some rosy-checkd blue-ribbon- &&&& ABSOUTELY PURE Bedting lawyer; Powder OWHNSBORO, KY. Will practice his profession in Daviess and adjoining counties, Special' attention given to collections, Ofliro. Bnuk of Commerce lluilding. ns, N.Glenn, Latest U. S. Gov't Report PROFESSIONAL OARD. J.S.K. Wedding--, LAW.?E'BS, HARTFORD, K.YM (Office', GLENN & WEDDING, off r Anderson's IlauaT) Thon he walked straight up to her and looked full lntoher honest eyes. "You don't look,Uka- - ehtat," he said; "but who knows a woman? Take off your gloves, Betty, "Where's your ring,' he asked. Betty burst Into tears, "It's lost, John,' she said. "I can find It nowhere. "You haven't looked on monseer's finger, then," said John. "You poor fool, to give It to him and think I shouldn't know Hi" "Oh, I'll swear I never didl" sobbed Betty. "I give yonr ring to anyone elset Why, John But he pushed her from htm with hut rough hand, and would hear no word from her; and the next day he left the Inn and enlisted once more,' and waa sent away again to, India. And Betty 'left the inn also and took service with a farmer's wife hard by; and whatever tho magpies chattered about, ft waa no more of tho love making that they 'heard when John and Betty sat together beneath the old oak tree. Five years went 'by. At last John received a letter from England, telling him that his father was dead, and had left all his little possessions to his only son. in any case and he waa on the invalid list for life. Ho had fought aa desperate men do, bad been commended and promoted, and had some medals and ribbons to show and boast of aa compensations for a wooden leg. 80 he Sho obeyed. Will practice their profession, in all thecourta of Ohio and adjoinin&coun-Itea- T pd court of Appeals. ' Special attention given to criminal practico and collections. ii STsixxie . Smith., InaaT-.p'li- f HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office cost side .of public square. E.D.GUFFY. H.D.RINOO ttoriieyst gaw, Will practice inali courts of Ohio aud adjoining counties, Superior Court and Court of Appeals. and all legal business attend ed to. Office 329 E. Market St. Col-lecti- ons John Leafs fighting days were over, R. R. WEDDING, Attorney at Law, YtuhrtdS v Beaver Dam, Ky. Will practice.his profession in all went home again and settled down aa proprietor of the "Magpie's Nest," and tho courts ot Ohio and adjoining waa a sort of hero among his neighbors, counties. Also Notary Public. but he waa very lonely. Men do not quite forget In five years. He could still see Betty's buxom form flitting about the kitchen In Imagination, and when the magpies chattered In their nests, he could fancy that he sat with her still under the oak branches. Then HARTFORD, KY, he grew wroth with the magpies, who Will practico his profession in all seemed to mock him, and ordered hla llttlo serving boy to tear the ncaU the Courts of Ohio nnd adjoining down. counties, and in the Court ot ApTn vain the lad pleaded for the birds. peals. Special attention given to In vain he declared that, even If the collections. Office, in County Attornew nests went, the old one In the top- ney's office, in Court House. most branches should be left "or luck. "If tho old magptea that built that find It gone, they'll peck some one'a Perry Westerfield, eyeaont in the night time," said the boy, "It's ben known to' bo done often," But John Leaf, the sold! t had east Beaver Dam, Ky away hla country's superstitions. ? "I'll have those magpie chatUeteg about my ears no more," he said. "Dp, and leave not a nest of them all, Soaie of the noisy devils will take possession of that old rag if It U left hanging." So the boy obeyed. He planted a ladder against the tree and then swuug out upon the branch. There Hartford, Ky. was a grievous noise; and doubtless to practice his profeseion in all this day old magpies tell their children of that massacre of the innocents a't the WILL courts of Ohio and adjoining great oak f tree. But there were no counties and Court of Appeals. Specbirds to chatter and scream in that ial attention given to collections. great rag of a nest which the lad'a Office over Carson & Co. hand clutched at last He came down with tho rcllo in his hand, and stood before his master with a grin "Eh, master! may I have all I found tn the old neat?" he asked. "If It's not a magpie's tfttf said John Leal "It's better than that," said the lad, "It's a sliver ring." "Let me see it," cried John Leaf, and snatched It from hla hand. It was the ring with which ha had! plighted his troth to Betty under the old oak, and he knew now that the magpies had stolen It, and that' the Frenchman wore only one thai re- Lawy eR Attorney at Law. jiTMT if:'li f W. H.IARIffES J. R. PIRTLE 1 The first thing that John did waa to call himself hard names; "A jealous HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. . ... ... A suspicious bnttel" Heaven fool!" ..T knows what else. Then he taeltedj and Is prepared to do any and all kinds all by himself in the bit of woods be- of Dental Operations. Prices most yond the house shed tears, and v'pwed reasonable. Office over Williams & to find Betty if she stilt lived on earth. Where he went, of whom he inquired, Bell's Drug Store. matters not; but one day when the aaa was setting in the west he opened a little cottage gate to which he had been directed and saw, at her knitting, unporch, his Betty, not der a changed one single bit And she? She looked at him and did not know him, with his. thin, sallow face and hie vine-cover- sembled It , DENTIST ... il- S. : Willil ti ' e ?i x2 1 wooden leg. Post-offic- Post-offic- great evil. FATPEOPLE Meanwhile at the bar of the Inn a little scene was going on. The Frenchman had asked for a glass of ale and John, who was always tapster on Sunday mornings, had drawn It for him, when, as their hands almost met in the act, ho saw upon tho little finger of his customer a thick silver ring, the tery counterpart of that which ho had given to his Betty. "You've a pretty ring, monsecr," he said, with a sort of catching of the breath. "May I ask where you got U7" Ah, but, certainly," said the FrenchOne does not boast, bat a pretman. ty girl gave mo that Yes, anda kk nlRo." tat. of-flo- e. a aa aaa auao. xSf&fttaMa. . IBS ar waiBB a aaaaaa aaa Taa aiaai i tveireoAn. Allthaate wtre0M'jM(Hli, ooa4.woIwU. Hi. W4y twitch-- 1 PARK KIMIOY CO., ed a few moments, and tittn he yy John turned as pale as his florid face He maie no answer, bat marched straight out of the and Into Betty's kitchen. She stood near tho door In her holiday drcta, with her white cottonglovea on. The magpies were chattering over head, and afar tho church belU were ringing. "You are going to church with me, John?" she asked, aoftly and with a could turn. top-roo- "What may you be wanting, sir?" she asked. And he aald: "Betty I" And sho cried out: "Why, H'e John Leaf'" Then he sat down oa a bench dote by . her side. "You know I ever had many word to spend on anything, Betty," be said. "I'll come to the point at once. I(lcaow OFFICS OVER RED FRONT now that you were true and no ebeat, and that you never gfcve myrtog to Is prepared to do all kinds of monseer. 1 found it or my lad dfd, for f I'm not very good at climbing new la Dental work at reasonable prices. the old magple'a neat in the oak top." "And so, Betty," said John, "if you'll overlook the past, and let bygone be bygones, I'll be a happy man." "I owe you no grudge," said Betty. PER MONTH "And bygones are bygones, John Leal" "But you'll let Ullage be aa tbey In Own were, Betty?" said John. "You'll be made easily and honorably, without capyour spare hours. Any man, my sweetheart again?" ful, during womu,boy or girl can do the work handShe laughed. Talk I tig unshe said. "Why, ily, without experience. 'Don't you know?' necessary Nothing like It for money look there." He looked. Through the gate came a making evir offered before, Our workers No time wasted In foreign-lookinman, wilU a silver ring always prosper. learning the business. We teach you In upon hla finger, who led by hU hand a a night how to succeed from the tir&t toddling child. hour. You can make a trial without "Why, It's monseer," said John. to yourself. We start you, furnish "You see," said Betty. "I went to everythiug needed to carry on the busihlaa to ask him how aa caasebyUa ness successfully, and guarantee you rlag, and he proved it waa aoae of agalast. failure If you but follow oar Kcudcr, If mine. It haa a same and a data oa it simple, plalu lustructlous. in need of ready that mine never bad. And ha' waa kind you .are know all about the money, and best paying to me, and you had been cruel. And so want to send us yout wa have been married three year, eh, bttalaest before the public, you a 4ocu address, aud we will mall LouU? And thU ia our boy." MUt giving you all tho partlculr a. "1 had better go home, I think," said John Leal "One l always uuataaad for being a foot But thle to your ring. Augusta. Mains Will you havalt Betty?" JILSL"g for your sweetheart,19 BgggBBBgggggHSEggSgSgSgS.J. "Pray, keep it aald Betty, "You'll find one aWa, ao C3 Cfl DENTIST. T3 V9 lf DOLLARS Your Locality ifHJflaw SBaa g ex-pc- TRUIAGOmIoxMI, Maar Peraons whV Iron Hitter lirelyrtwn. aid sail rurM maUita. IU doubt" pnrioiua, sv. aw aw araaaww. Boston, Mum. smile, "That depr ml," said John Leaf. Bat John Leaf never touadoae again, aud the ring found la the magato'a nest waa burled with him whta he died, N. Y, New. 4m brokta down twn overwork ot homghoia rebuild the " tMut WW J lrwtlo, rmota e lhtfiaa y I M It j, ., lJ t ? rjr rP, '-- fc V Hartford Republican PUBLISHED EVERY Prof. Frankfort, MuIIenhy was elected Hiioads, of confined to her room for several President of months, is no better nt this writing Miss Alice King visited friends nud relatives in Hartford last week. Robert Carson made a flying' trip to Beaver Dam one day last week, Miss Mercedes Guffy, of Hartford, was the guest of Miss Huttic Harnett a few days last week. Mr. Thompson, of Tennessee, visited his sister, Mrs. J. B. Ferryman, n few days last week, Mr, Simpson Harnett nud little daughter nre visiting his mother, Mrs. Ellen Barnett. Rev. J. B, Pei ry man attended a District Confeienccat Earlingtoi! la.st week. Rain is needed very bidly in this locality. Corn is looking very well, but there is but little tobacco set. Wheat good, oats moderate, Demo cratic Administration worse. No Creek is not only among the living, but among the suHeiing nud is bearing her part of the injustice forced upon her by the evil devicts ol Satan, which has so plainly grown out of Democracy in the pist 15 months, but Cod works in a mysterious way His wonders to perform, and this way, though it he a trial o( our faith, tueieforc, let ik wait patently the workings of Him who rcigiicth supreme. By the way, won't the Democrats have to hustle to a mm that can go fast enough to overtake nnd pass Hon. John W. Lewis before the Sxith of next November? and will they not in their hustling for this, fail to get in sight of Judge Guffy for Appellate Judge, if he should be so foitunate as to secure the nomination, as no doubt he will. The Republican pirty has struggled hard, yet wisely and honro-iblfor the good of the country, ant his for its reward a monument which will stand as long as time will last, while the Democrats have for their rewird, starvation and panic. TEACHERS' INSTITUTE. Tin Vililfe TonchorV limllmir Milt i'ontniPlH Court llnll, Hartford, FRIDAY MORNING Editor nnd Proprietor. JO. B. KOGKRN Friday, July, 6. 1894. rt Election Nov (I. For County Judge John P. Morton. For Sheriff Cal. P. Keown. For County Clerk D. M. Hocker. For County Attorney- - K. P. Neal. For Assessor N. C Daniel. For Jailer John W. iilack. For Surveyor G. S. Fitzhugh. For Coroner G. C. Westerfield. MAGISTRATES! Hopublicau Tiokot. the Stato Teacher Association, which convcucd at Danvillo last week. Ho is one of the leading teachers, of the Stato and n man id whom tho people of Ohio county feol great interest. No man is better qualified for the place and nooo would givo more earnest and well directed effort to tho work. T CJE (o-Eduealion.- MoiHnrfjujr Mil, utiil tmnn'ritv Iii)n. Con 'S Instructor of Shelbyville, - Prof. John C. Willis, al. liITOITb, ft ID BUI ft ' S5 NSTTUTE , r m OSLDESrsr'E'XJOlS.-'S"flon-eetaria- rii PROGRAM. Hartford A. S. Aull. Rosine C. L. Woodward, Cromwell Jont B. Wilson. Fordsvillc Buford Hartford Hosea Shown. Rosine Thomas Allen. Cromwell R. B. Martin. Fordsville Buford constrblk: The Pullman Car Co. and their employes had some difference and the latter went out on a strike. Since then tho railroad men through a dis eased form of "sympathy" are boycotting tho railroads using Pullman cars. Tho remit is that traffic is life and property are eudans gered and chaos reigus in many cities oftbeUdrth and West and East. Faraiuo is threatened in many places by reason of the cutting of tho ship ment of provisions. hin-dcre- 9 n tn.; Invocation Rev. G. J. Bean. Organization, Recess. Welcome" Address Mrs. J. S R. Wedding. Response Prof. C. M. Crowe. NOON. A Thoroughly Practical' Xnstituitiortt .! i.i i. m !. k FOR SALE -- ICE BY- TRACY & SON. FOR JUDO; COURT OP APPKAKS. We are authorized to announce JudorB. L. D. Guffy, Of Butler county, as a candidate for the office of Judge of the Court of Appeals from the Second Appellate District of Kentucky, subject to the action of the Republican party. The Democracy condetuued Protection as a fraud and as being unconstitutional during tho campaign of '92.1ts leaders asked the immediate repeal of the McKinloy bill, and yet, twenty months have skipped by them sincothe landslide of that year and the McKinloy bill is still a Iaw,the "fraud is unmolested nud the Democratic majority of Congress is giviug the party platform the lie every day b) allowing the Protective features ol tho Wilson bill to bo incorporated into the measure. A contemporary in speaking ol the announcement of tho Hon. John Feland for Judge of the Court ot Appeals, tnys that his oppouent, Judge WILLIAM FOSTER, Jn., A. M Vice PreVt WAYLAND ALEXANDER, Pn. D., IWt B. L. D Guffy, bos carried a few oi Language, Mental aud Moral Philosophy. Higher Mathematics Literature and Natural the "smaller counties." Now, we Science Democratic Ticket. beg leave to remind tho aforesaid 0. M SHULTZ, Ph. B, r FOR COUNTY JCnUK. contemporary that all the counties 10:30; Recess. MISS EMMA A. MOSELEY, B. A., , Matlic mattes nud Kngli&h. We are authorized to announce 10:45; Grammar; Paper Richard that have so far held conventions have E. T. Williams Elementary Branches. Foster; Illustrated by class work E. instructed for Judge Guffy, that As the Democratic nominee for CounE. H. PENDLETON, M. DM R. Ray. among them urc Ohio,Grayson, Breck ty Judge of Ohio county. Election, MISS KATIE COOMBES, Ph. II., NOON. Lecturer on Physiology and Hygiene, enridge, Butler and Meade, that the I . November 6, 1894. 1:30; Music, Association. Music. "The Hau'i let IW former has as largo a delegate vote as Elementary Branches and Kindergarten. . 2:30; Recess. JUDGES WALKER it GLENN, KASIlYILLi: KBFUIILICAN Clean up. tho good county of Daviessand that tho Geography; Paper Mrs. T.A. Wed-dinOf all the absurdities known to man SUSS LULA WALKER, total vote already instructed forjudge Lecturers in Law Department. Illustrated by class work John Lnr's hear from tho Board of Guffy is 57. Only the pttrile, whining plea of the DemoMuhlcnburg, ' Phonography nuil.Typc-writinj- j. B. Wilson. cratic press that this administration Health. MISS SALLIE M. COLEMAN, Logau, and Warren, have larger votes has Map Drawing; Paper C. M. Hicks. not passed the tariff bill because MISS MAKOAKKr XALL, English Grammar, Arithmetic, History and The watchword of every citizen than has Ohio and tho chances are the Republicans will not allow it is the WEDNESDAY NIGHT, r Iiistrunicntul Mitfic nnd Voice Culture. that Judge Guffy will carry nil three most idiotic. The very idea is ridicushould be clean up. Composition. Address Prof John C. Willis, of of these. It w a very signficaut fact lous, and the man who promulgates Shelbyville, Ky, The Senate passed tho Amended that the Democratic press and politU THURSDAY. , fool or on unit is simply a bold-faceWilson bill Wednesday. cians over tho District are against him. mitigated liar. If they are not to act, 9; Devotional Exercises Prof. E. Ray. If this old town was cleaned up They profess much interest in the wel- what are majorities for? Give the Re- R.History; Music. Was founded fourteen years ngo. It ranks among the best and most thorough institutions of the State. The fare of the Republican party just now publican" pirty the presidnecy.the UniPaper L. I,. Stewart; Ilonce it would not know itself. and would dictate our nominations if ted States Senate and a hundred major- lustrated by class work 35, II. Faculty are men and women of much experience nnd high education. The work is graded. Students arc taught the candidacy of Mr. McKay possible. "Shinny on your own side" ity in the lower house, and you can Shultz. the mot elementary branches, as well as those studies pursued in all the higher institutions of learning. Over onet If read the last year's platform and find Recitation Myra McKenney, means anything it is to defeat Murray gentlemen. hundred graduates have been turned out and are filling ery high positions of honor and trust. This is a school for out what is going to happen. With a 10:30; Recess. Music. and nominate Montgomery. teachers and those desiring to lay a broad foundation for bpecial and professional work, Number of matriculates KIMiritHOOH. Tom Reed in the chair and a Bill 10:30; Physiology D . E II. Vcx. Mr. Iv. F. Hocker, Sutherland, McKinley on the floor you will last jear, 271 the largest enrollment in the history of the College. dletnn; class work, J. W. Petty. n JudoeB. L. D. Quffy is a racer from "way back" and so far as speed Daviess county, was mixing among platform pledges roundingin-t- o NOON. his many Jriends here Sunday. law in spite Democratic filibusters and endurance aro concerned he is the 1:30; Association. Miss Emma Stevens has returned 2:30; Recess. Music. and sugar trust thieves, and you will political Nancy Hanks of tho Green from Daviess county, where she has never hear one squeal "they won't 2:45; Civil Government: Paper; G. Tuition $10 per Term of Ton Weeks. River country. Board in best Private Families $2.50 per Week.. been visiting relatives for the past two let us.1 ' If you doubt this give us a S. Fitzhugh; Remarks Prof. John C. Under the new husband aud wifo weeks. majority ol even three and we hull Willis. , Mrs, J. C. Riley and children spent "' ' bill, passed by the last Legislature, FKlDAY show you whether the' will let us or Saturday and Sunday among relatives not. the wife may do anything but wear 9; Devotional Exercises; Rev. E. E. near Bufcnl They will let us because they cannot Pate. Music. pants and even that is not absolutely QUARTERLY REPORT is visiting friends in this community. I'nr llont. Mr Jo Foster is on the sick list at Store room, only $10 per mouth. help it. 9:15; Science and Art of Teaching, There is a certain boy iu this neighprohibited. op Tin: this writing. This silly Democratic squeal that Professional Training Teachers in borhood of not more than fifteen sum- The L. B. Beau, old stand, best Messrs. A. M. and U. C. Barnett If there is another town in Kenmers, who asked n certain young lady location In town for grocery or feed "they won't let us" is sickening. The College Dr. W. Alexander. tucky of equal size nnd pretensions to attended the picnic at Echols Satur Democratic party is pledged, it lias In Normal School and Summer not long since, if he might sec her store. Address, OP L. B. Bkan, Hartford with dirtier and more un- day, they report a pleasant time home her answer was, "oh, you the power to perform, and it is re School E. R. Ray. Misses Ola Ward and Prudie BenKy. Hartford, tf 10:40; Recess. inviting streets, it should be rubbed sponsible, and if it docs not find these arc too short," but he mvs there is a Attho oloso of Business on nett have returned to their homes on facts 10:45; What mikes the Teicher? off ot the maps. good prospect of his going to sec the out pretty soon the people will tho 18th day of Juno, No Creek nfter spending a short Q UAlVrElUA' REPORT find them out in time to act next No- Paper; Ida M. Smith. Music. girls after awhile for he is growing 1804. OF THE If the Democrats in the Ashland while above Hartford among rela- vember and at sundry other times in What Mars the Teacher? Paper longer all the time. tives. District nominate Breckenridge, what W. II, Barnes. Mr. Willie Cjghill and family, of the future. UHSOURCI5S. Miss Stella Tanner is the guest ot excuse can others gi?e to their party NOON. Hefliii, visited his sister Mrs. Ellen Loans nnd discounts, less A soft, fair skin is the result of pure 1:30; Association. elsewhere or to the people of the her sister, Mrs. Allen Anderson, at Howard a few days this week. loans to Directors . .$66,020.17 this writing. blood and a healthy liver, to secure Overdrafts, secured . . . Touch-mi:-no- t. Recess. blind devotion United States for their 925.14 Miss America Sharp is the guest of which, Ayer'sSarsaparilla is the suOverdrafts, unsecured . . 1,587.13 2:30; Miscellaneous Business. to a self confessed libertine? Due from Nat. Hanks . . 2,998.01 perior Medicine. Lidies who rely uphersiser,Mrs Wm, Thomas. Wednesday John Phipps, colored, Due from St'e 366.98 C H, Ellis attended the picnic at on cosmetics to beautify their comTeach e it, whether your name is on At tho Clor.o of Business on Banking houseirks& B'k'rs 3000.00 ,oIWprpM(n lint tlnil otSulUrMCJloii living on the Hocker farm, nnd lot . . the program of the Institute or not, Rosine and the ball at that place on plexion, should make a note of this, Stocks nnd Honda. . . . Out of the thousands who have 18th day of Juno, was burning some logs i34i.(7 Specie you are expected to prepare yourself Saturday night, he reports a delight bearing in mind that they can't im- taken the trip to Old Point on the when the fire broke out and caught in 4,586.22 1894. Currency prove upon nature. 1,825.00 and be ready to respond at any time ful tjme. personally conducted excursions, the the meadow of Hcv. U, D. Bennett and Exchanges for Clearings . '164:56 The Sunday School at Alexander is RESOURCES. first comment of dissatisfaction is as before it could be subdued six acres aud on any oi the subjects. This Tlio (.rpntpst Trip l thP.Spjmnn Other items carried as cash 318.97 in a flourishing condition, we will To old Point Comfort and nml the sea yet to be heard. So carefully has of grass nnd part of the fence w. Loans rafts, Discounts . . . $72,075 87 Furniture and Fixtures . . 1,000.00 means you as well as the rest of secured 0erd 764.11 Taxes paid nameVmie of" those who were visitors shore the most enjoyment for 18 37 the the personal comfort of the passen- burned. Loss about $100. them. Overdrafts, uusecured . . 594-3SundaVevening: Mr. h. F. Hocker, Current expenses . . 1,048.72, gers been looked after, that when smallest expense. Due from National Hanks 11,115.58 Other assets, debts in . . 668.54' suit That season of the year has come Sutherland, Daviess county, Misses The regular annual excursion to others return all have expressed Due from State hanks nnd Mamie Ward, Ora and Bulah Barnett, old Point Comfort in charge of Mr. themselves as having received more Hankers when a general cleaning up is impels 4559 869:48) ' Hanking house nnd lot . . 3,000.00 Jvjilakand Prudie Bennett, Inez King, atively demanded. The chances are W. A. Wilgus, T. P. A will be run for their money than they expected. IJABIMTIUS. Specie 2,632 72 These trips are conducted on the that if some firm and unequivocal Mr. .Virgie Sanderfur, No Creek, Thursday, July 26th, via of CO & S. Currency 2,044.00 Cnp'l stock paid in, in cash $30,000.00 Misses'Lydia Ward, Tula Bennett and W. railway, from Beaver . Furniture nnd Fixtures . . 1,500.00 Undivided profits Dam, on reg- most elevated basis, and so as to be steps are not taken the towu will go 7,340.09 Mr Fleetwood Ward, Beda. Current expenses 47i776-3867.12 Due Depositors ular train, leaving at 3:33 a. 111., con- taken at the least possible expense on harboring the dense accumulaDue Natioual Hanks . , . Mrs.jMary Ward has returned to necting with sea shorespccials, which 711.97 Iu the first place, re luced rates for tion of filth of tho past decade. Clean 41.04 her home on No Creek after spending leaves I. & N Union Station at 1:30 side excursions to New York, Wash94.i39'9 Due State banks nud ban'rs up. quit( while with her mohter, Mrs. p. LIABILITIES. iu. The round trip to old Point ington, Norfolk, Baltimore and other $85,869.48 Capital stock paid in, in cashS25, 000 00 Comfort is only $15.50 and the tickets points are secured, which enabfe3tho5c Static op Kentucky, The great and good Wesley is IlPeujieU, of this place. Surplus fund 8,250.00 MissQllia Anderson is on the sick are good until August 17th, with stop- who desire toextend the trip to dy so County op Ohio. J M credited with saying that "cleanliUndivided profits . . . . 4,204.02 list.y DAISY dkaxh. Sam K. Cox, President of Bank of nt a small additoual cost The remarkover tickets returning only. Due Depositors ness is next to godliness1 but if the 56,571.67 Haitford, Ky.t n Bank located and DueSt'tebanks&St'tcb'k'rs This trip surpasses any offered the ably low rate of $2.50 per day at the 59,00 doing business iu the town opposite is true that "filthiuess is m:ni!i:ur, of HartDue National Hanks tAIisfi. Beatrice Morris, of this place, traveling public when 3011 consider 54 60 ford, in said Hygeia Hotel is granted to holders of county being duly sworn next to hellishness," then this old says that the foregoing Report is in town is closer to the torrid zono of is visiting her aunt, Mrs, W. M. F. the small expense and the many de- esptchl seashore excursion tickets, $94,139.29 nil respects n true statement of the Mr, IU E. TtiomciB lightful diversions offered. Grand nud this hostelery is pronounced by op Kentucky, ) that undiscovered country, perhaps, Hoilanil, of Whitesville. Statu condition of the EransYlIIe.WestVft. Mrs, Andrew Metcalf, who has and beautiful scenery, invigorating all who have gathered around its fesop Ohio. J ss of business on said Bank at the close County than now we think. thc'ifith day ofjFJune'i been sick some time with consumpocean tive hoinl and who have promenaded mountain nir, John II. Barnes, Cashier of Beaver me uvsi 01 ms icnowi i tion, died last Sunday morning at 10 voyage, palatial entertainment at the its spacious halls, parlors and corriDam Deposit Bank, a bank located . edge and belief; and further, says that When will the people believe the nnd doing business in the town of j the business of said Bank has Wen dors, to be a veritable paradise for the Democratic party? When it declares oclock. The remains were taken to Hygeia Hotel nud a visit to the CapBeaver Daiu.iu said cOunty.beincr du From Loss of a Limb transacted at the location named, and rest and comfort of the weary traveler. Panther Qreck Cemetery for burial. ital if so desired. ly sworn, says that the foregoing re. not elsewhere: and that the above fei i Protection unconstitutional during Then an experienced representative She feaVcs a husband and three small Cnso of Whlto Swelling Dreadful The low rate of $2 50 per day his pott is in nil respects a true statement port is made in compliance with an Presidential campaigns or when face A Porfoct Curo. of the condition of the said bank at oQiciaFnoticc received from the Sec; been secured at the Hygeia Hotel for of the company is sent with the party acto faco with facts its Congressmen One of tho most serious fonniof scrofula nnt the close ot business on the 18th day retnry of State designating theiStti-da- y iMissrMaggic Chambers is visiting all who go on the special Every at- to look alter every detail and see that 0110 of tho most difficult to euro It that of whit knowledge the wisdom ot the Protecof lu tie; r.1894, as the day on hergrtnid.mother, Mrs. H. V. Cham tention and courtesy will be extended nothing is left undone to make the welling. Hood's SarsaiurllU ha.i accomplish- oJJune, 1894, to the 'best of his knowledge and beHefrand'ftirthersnys which such report shall be made. ., v tive principle by incorporating it ined many wonderful cures ot whlto swelling, bers tfiis week.' to ladies without escorts. Choice of trip all that could be expected. that the business of said bank has Subscribed and sworn to before me one of below hy Mr. II. K. to thetariif policy of the Adminietra Those who want to divert their Thomas, which ts related of harnessei, saddles, been transacted nt the location namjMis Cora Jones, of Whitesville, is routes returning, between Richmond by Sam'K. Cox the 20th day of a manufacturer tion? enjoy ed, and not elsewhere; npd that the June, 189V the guest of Mrs. Nannie Jones this and Clifton Forge, will be given, ena- minds from business cares, and breez- etc., nt Kvauivllle, W. Va. Head his lettcri &n.IiKKKSlC.O.C.C. the mountain scenery and ocean above report is made in compliance "tt I. Hood St Co., Lowell, Man.i S4tt K. Cox, week, bling those who desire to visit Lynchi ,, J. J, McHknry,president. , .; es, should arrange for the trip on fu-l- y 'In 1802 1 was seized with a serere attack of with an official notice received from' Hon. John Feland, of Owens-boro- , The Director, We" had a very good shower of burg, Natural Bridge and other points vlilto swelling, rive years later I had to have the Secretary of State, klesignatjng J 26th. has declared himeelt a candidate JllpMAS, -tho flesh on my limb cut open nnd tho bono AF.U rain here Tuesday and, also, some of interest. vcraped. After tho flesh healed up I was not uic ism day 01 June, 1,094, ns tw for the position of Judge of the Court IIIMUKD, Sleeping car rates will be $ 00 per hail. troubled ncaln until January. 1893. I wai taken day on which such report fchnll fje of Appeals from tho Second Appel"' ' i'henii Exeunt. on Kale vU Misses Onia nnd Lula Tanner, of ilown with tho urlp which stifled In the previousmade. O. AH. Mr. Alfred Rice went to Ilawes-vill- e berth, from Louisville to old Point ly affected Jimb, sores (cttherlnu where tlicro IV. Bnllroad. Stibscril'ed nnd'swonrto--befor- e me late District of Kentucky, subject to near Hartford, visited Miss Katie had heiMi soars, one In particular nenetrntlnEto to purchase anew buggy. Comfort, to be occupie by one or two Asbury Park, tf, J Account ,Na my leg from knee the hone. The whole front ot byJoljnJ, Dames, the 30th day, of the action of tho Republican party. to tinkle seemed to be Miss Annie Metcalf, of this place, persons, nnd applications forsleeping Coombes Saturday and Sunday. tional Kducational .Association, tick-et- s June, 1894, Rowv HoBmooic; He is a man of eminent ability and is spending the week with her sister, car space should be made nt once to A Maes of Corruption. on sale IuIv6?7-K.- o fini Vnr Several from this neighborhood at4 r 1 Clerk phto Cnty Court returri'until'Seotemoer i. would be on ornament to the Judge- Miss Mary Metcalf, at Knottsvllle. By SiptMjy tended church at Marvin's Chapel I could get but little ease nnd comfort and less WVA. Wilgus, 253 Fourth Street, benefit from Ue medical treatment I received. ClevelaridJ O. Account Y. P. S. C. ship and a credit to his constituents, Sunday. j.'jisMJANjiEsiiawier jy Louisville, Ky. For further particuEir.LAH. to hnve the leg Rome of ruyfrlcndimlvWedme KM tickets on feale July amputated, but I hesitated, not wuutluu to oa but he entered the race for tho nomU lars address as above or call on Agent Good for return until September 15. Mrs John Reams, of Ihto 1 Rouge, a limb. J'erchaiite 1 saw an tidvertlmnent In jro, ;isvkinu. ' paper embracing a testimonial for Hood's Knr t NO t'HKKK. of the C, a&S. W, U.K. canaaa Account Bpv nation too late, loromo; Loulsnna, is visiting her brother, Mr. a saparllbfc from one Mr. John McMurray, telling ItAABfTARDftfrf As I have not seen anything from list Young People's Union, tickets' on" F. W. Pirtle, at this writing , JJEi Sufferers from chills and fever, who sale July flood lor fretuM' Ohio county will be represented in this place for sometime, I deem it pruMr. Patterson and wife. Mr, until September 3. ," fo 4 the National Educational Association dent to gather a few items, not es- have used quinine as a remedy, will what Hood'aSartaparlllahaddouofor ion. Z T. D. I.YKCII, O. P. A.. , pecially to interest any one, hut to let appreciate Ayer's Ague Cure. This C. B. Sullenger and wife, of Hartford, concluded to try Hood's fiariaparllla sobisbought I next week at Asbury Park, New Jer Louisville, Ky. the public know that old No Creek is preparation, if taken according to di- spent Sunday iu this community. ix ramies oi it auoui wree mouun ago. i jum sey, by Miss Dora E, Gibson. Other not Uken It two inoutln when ( could Mca It wm Misses Sialic Sharp and Mamie nninx mo more kmmi innii nnytinr I Imd tikfii. still among the living. rections, is warranted a sure cure. teachers should have uvailed them now tMeti nuout tun jliio More Misses Lcola Ward nnd Prudie Ben- Residents in malarial districts should Bennett, of the Washington neighbor ave nil lienled im nml selves of tho opportunity of takiug hood, visited J, Walter Alton and nett, of this place, visited friends not be without It. My Limb Is Perfectly Sound. this trip, as they would no doubt bo above Hartford this week. family Saturday aud Sunday. It h&i alo tencfltctl my juernl lionltli nml I greatly benefitted hy mooting tho Miss Nona Wallace, of Spring Lick, sin now nblo to work nt my trnde. Hood's MrT, J. Morton left Sunday morn Miss Gcitrude Carson, of Betver rvcrivei Ml tho prntio nitil noted educators of tho nation am' Ham, is visiting her grand-parenIng to spend vacation with friends nud is visiting her cousin, Mattlc Pirtle, rrcoiiuneiiii It enough fur tho hwmJ It I cniuiot hu Uout An. ., inc." X, K. TnoMAt, KtihyIIIc, W, Vs. hearing them exchange ideas about Mr. aud Mr. T. II Carson, and relatives in the country near nt this writing, Heed'0 PHtt euro Uvat UU, comtltUoB, Mrs. T. II. Canton, who has been Beaver Hani nnd Prentls, Mrs Julia Mitchell, of Owennboro, teaching. Organization of County Teachers Association. 2:15; Reckss. Music. 2:30 Spelling Illustrated by class-woi- k Miss Sallie Coleman. Adjournment. TUESDAY. 9:30; Devotional KxercLses Rev. W. G, Stewart. Music. Reading; Paper K. P. Stum IU lustrated class work Miss Katie Coombes. Music. Select Reading Miss Emma Mosely. Music. 10:30; Rhckss. Writing I. C. Hoover; Illustrated E. R. Rny. Recitation Miss Lavinh Myers. NOON. 1:30 Association; i hour. Music. 2:30; Mental Arithmetic; Paper-J- ohn B. Taylor; Illustrated by class work William Foster. Music. Written Arithmetic; Paper I.ee B.' Mills; Illustrated, Dr. Wayland Alex-ti- n dcr. Institute News. WEDNESPAY. 9; Devotional Exercises Dr. J. S. Coleman. Music. Composition; Paper Miss Mollie Tunstall. Discussion. 1 :3. l Hltt iwm immm in n I V s ; -- dmj A KJt.t nfc.iaVM. B m&mm 1?1L lMmKlgi2, I'YVT . .tfLMMfr. T .mumjxsa? w 9 llook-kfcping- g; d HAHTFOHD COLLEGE a seeRe-publica- Fall 0ras$o; Segfns August &i 1894, for V' "7Vxrltoi Gttet1o&is& and. Zra.02riaa.,ti3xi.1 HART Beaver Dam T M ... .... ... wkffl ... surJ-bathin- A Narrow Escape , ij? JC. ,. to-da- 1 ' l ,1 ; TAYiRClfifc 8.9-10-1- 1, Hood'sCurcs S&oimbe Tm ItEPJBi6AV and the Louisville 16-1- 7 QomierciuL' pnpors one 1;25; W eckly yTolE7o?noM;: obub8cribe a t, only yearibr Hartford' Republic- - Both to be4 without "The! oncer tttlouiur m, JtuinllM, ilok hHduh; MlffttUoe. vnnce; ,ad it tllM. Iftftttfc w Mi I Jl " 3 ri in lii'iiii rt?m tngM&' r v IT"T'fTI""M"-- Ml i " -' Mliln - r " "mif"" " mktA.T!-sr- f 55 Tlifl"T $f '. r " liT' - . rwfMirtSwhdWtf ' "; f rrira mi ii t in -T v "V tJS. ' Jr to in1' r. j . . . ' t - s?iKtft .br.3 i":- - r,i534J03 h jULJf Wi OLD GLORY! . Fair Bros. & Co. present their compliments to the gentlemen who made the Fourth of July I. Day Wc Celebrate. TMie Ii those distinguished Patriots J culd have AND THE foreseen events they would have declared that 7 . ' hsAbig reduction of price's in. ClothMiss Corlluic Co:c returned from ' Auburn yesterday. ing at Carson & Co. Miss JcrUshia Matthews, of New-berProf. C. M. Crowe, Newvillc, is Ind:, is visiting her brother, spending the week in town. G. II, Matthews. Mr. E. E. Risinger and Miss Mnry Prank Fleener shot and sctiously Stewart were married Wednesday. wounded New t Dennis at Aberdeen, Mr. F.M. Toplin, EHabcthtown, Butler conuty, last Monday evening. spent several days in town last week. At last accounts no one knew the Mr. W.M. Fair and Rev. R. A. cause of the trouble. Crowe were in Owensboro this week. Writ was issued Yesterday for . h Miss Mary Martin, Ehzabethtown, arrest of Cicero Bryant with charged is in town, the guest of Miss Edna stealing a tarpaulin from Chas. K. Griffin. Campbell's wheat stacks Wednesday preached two morning. Rev. G. B. McDonald nblc sennons at the C. P. church last John Dobbs, living near Rosine, Sunday. lost a fine fat cow.Monday night, and Sivcra1 of the christaln people of Tuesday John was in town with his town held services at the jail last rifle looking for his cow and Link Sunday afternoon. who Kuykendoll, his brother-in-law- , he believed had stolen the cow. Dobbs On Thursday, August 2, the corner toward Owensboro yesterday stone of the new M. E. Church at went on be laid with impos- having heard the cow was seen pullBeaver Dam will ing Kuykendoll toward that city. ing ceremonies. Mr. C. R. Campbell, Kinderhook, Mrs. J. E. Rowc and chiidien and Mrs. A. J. Casey, Owensboro, are the uses a tarpauiin to cover his wheat guest of Hon. E. D. Walker and fam- stacks. Wednesday morning he arose ily for several weeks. to find his canvass gone. He noticed Gibson and Sara a wagon had passed in the night and Misses Dora E. to attend the that it had stopped opposite the stacks. Collins leave Association at He started in pursuit and at RochesNational Education N. J., next week. ter came upon some parties who had Asbury Park, article in possession. Mr. While gone they will take in Cincin- the stolen Campbell obtained his property and Harris-burnati, Columbus, Pittsburg, Philadelphia, Washington, Bal- returned home. g, 1. g, THE GLORIOUS FOURTH Colobratod at Rochostor by tho Soldiors' Itounion. The Groat Old Town Doos Proud In Entertaining tho Visitors. 2,n0 TO 1,000 lf IT IS 35TOT KELLY'S ARMY: But an army of eager buyers that crowd around the big store IN ATTKMlAM'K. Life, Liberty Pursuit of Happiness Meant just what Fair Bros. & Co. mean when they I Adorn Life, Foster Liberty Rursue Happiness AND -"- - By offering such Bargains in Dim- ities, 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, ftftlfj, BfJjOS.PQO.. Props. kv W .NEW TIM K TABIX Mr. Ollic White has returned Louisville. to Mr. J, H. Barnes, of Beaver Dam, was in town one day last week. rv r Mrs. C L. Field and Miss Mary WHST. Rowe returned irom Owensboro WedXrPKCTlVKA!RU.8v 1894.4:25 P m. nesday. 11:48 a. in. No. 5, Mail Mr. T. H. Bean, wife and children No. 7, Mm. Kx 11:25 p.m. are visiting relatives at Sulphur p. . No. 31, (Local) 5 -- in "i -- KAST. Springs, No. 6, Mail No. 8, Lim. Hx No. 32, Local) 12:50 p. m. 3:25 a. m. 5:54 a. m. Miss Lula Walker, 01 Concord neighborhood, is visiting friends in Henderson. Mr. R. I. Barnett, Rives, Tcnn., is visiting his mother, Mrs. Amanda II. Mkuiuck, Agt, Beaver Dam. . Fkidw, July 6, 1894. Harnett, Kinderhook. k M Work on Heavrin and Rlngos new Mr. Jo. L. Carson is on the sick list. house by the Bank is progressing Prof. O. M. Shtiltz, Prentis, is in nicely and will soon be completed. town. Willie Wimsatt and Miss Elizabeth 1)r7J7T. Pirtlc has returned from Hines were married at the bride's - , j Cancyville. home near Sulphur Spring yesterday. Now is the time to buy Clothing at Mrs. Fannie Reams, of Baton Rouge ? Casson ff&Co'ov La. is visiting her brother, Mr. F. W. Pirtle. This is the first time she has Foifgbod shingle, shave or been here for 25 years. II C. Pace. sham-pooJtcaU- Miss Ida Duke leaves Henderson to visit friends. Mr, to-da- y for Owens-bonTth- ft e Henry Hard wick was in first o'l the week. Thejroper thing to do is to buy a gross of Fruit Jars at Carson & Co. We have some pretty patterns in Cakson & Co. new percals. We aie having a rush with our Cakson & Co. Summer Goods. wV . defeated the Court House Ring in a game of baseball Wednesday evening by the close score of x 8 to 19. Mr. The Town Toughs J. P. Sanderfur and daughter, Miss Rachie, went lo Owertsboro yesterday, where Miss Rachie will enter the Teachers Examination today. Albert Maddox charged with interfering with freight cars on Williams " W J Coal Co's switch was brought before Born, to the wile of Tom Trogden, No Creek, on the night of thc4th, n Judge Morton Friday and held under $150 to answer at Circuit Court. fine girl. Mr. Reginald A Rolph.a prominent Mr, Caleb Crowe has been confined room several days on account young man of Louisville, was drownto his ed in the Gulf at Pass Christian,Miss., of sickness. Monday morning. He had quite a Mrs. Mary Will Stevens, Mont number of friends here. Clair.rNJ-t'VisitingMT. L. Griffin and family. The following parties lrom Hartford attended the Reunion at Rochester Remember that' all of our summer Wednesday: Capt. S. K. Cox and wash Goods will be sold at and below family, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mauzy, Caksow&Co. cost. Dr, J. H. White and Miss Mary Cox, Remember C. R. Martin, the Jewel- - Messrs. E. T. Williams and Jo. B. er, doea all kinds of repairing on Rogers. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry on short Hardwick's Orange Ice is "out of notice. sight" yop will "keep well" all the When you want a good, easy, close time if you drink it. They never can shave, call on H. C, Pace, on Market "lose you" if you try some of that Street. He is one ot the best barbers Pineapple Sherbet that Henry makes. They are the most refreshing drinks in Kentucky. that can be had anywhere. We have decided to make short The members of Rough River work of our Summer Goods, and you may just know tney 'are going at a Lodge No. no, Knights of Pythias, give an ice cream supper at Court Carson & Co. lively rate. 4 Only the Hall Saturday night. Marriage license: E. H. Risinger to Knights and their Invited guests will Miss Maty Stewart, Willie Wimsatt be In attendance. This organization to Miss Elizabeth M. I lines, M. R. is making splendid progress here, Gillie to Miss Malinda Sharp. and gives promise of a large and ac PrvrtMiflster Griffin has sold the old ttvgwemberahip ., Post office furniture Jjp ak Pp4aMt HRr.J. B. Ferryman returned yesr. . 1. J J I ' Ifff?' Sals' t ," a v I " t J i ".. & v '. l. ilMHM ' atuuiora, kv coiNHMmfMid will a$d iuis lurnuure ssingooa terday from the District Conference grtayio the Fair re of Bftrd(Pof4ffice. Mr. and Mrs, McDowell 1. r;: ' R4 turned Iat khUfrom SUndfoH where they ml weeks vlilung menus and rela- - report! the good work programing well. ivea (he Mi E. Church held at Earllngton last week. He spent the forepart'of the week In the big tentmeetingfeeW ifMrHyif at Central City, in ofcarge ivswvnFH " timore, New York, Brooklyn, Albany, Oild rollout ilnrbcctte. Fully 600 people attended the barBuffalo, Niagam Falls and other becue at Echols, last Saturday, given points of interest. for the benefit of the proposed new Tate and Gillespie, who arc charged Odd Fellows Hall at Rockport. A with breaking into the store ofJ, W. bountiful dinner was served and the Ford & Co., at McIIcnry, three weeks immense crowd enjoyed themselves ago, were brought before Judge Mor- greatly. ton Saturday and their bonds placed There were two games of base ball, at $500 each. The amount of the one in the morning and one in the theft; was about $275, and has been evening. The former was a lively made good by Gillespie and his contest between the Rockports and friends. They will betaken to Owenstue Rochestcrs, resulting in favor of boro for safe keeping. former by a score of 28 to 6. John H. We understand the Commercial Barrass umpire. Club has been notified that the engiThe afternoon game was played by neers appointed to look into the work the Central City team and a picked of building temporary damson Rough nine of the county. The score stood River hae made a report favorable to 10 to 4 in favor of Central City, which such a plan. In case this is carried shows an exceeding good game. The out wc shall have navigation of picked nine had never played togethRough River by means of the tem- er before and were handicapped in vaporary dams right on without the de- rious ways. lay until permanent works could be I lard wick, of the picked nine, had put in. a finger knocked out of joint by a swift ball and was unable to pitch. Attorneys M. L. Heavrin and Shelformed a partnership Ash, of the little Taylor Mines twirler, by Taylor have was n pulc to the Central City under the firm name of Heavrin & sluggers. ofTaylor, and will occupy the new There was an effort made to have fice by the Bank as soon as completed. Mr. Heavrin has had several years the Central Citys come to Harttord, experience in the law and has built but no dates were agreed upon. The game was intensely interesting up a large and lucrative practice. Mr. Taylor is one of the most promising throughout, bnt was good humored of the young lawyers of the bar, and and friendly. Umpired bjr Friz. altogether the firm is a strong one. KllUCftlllld ritilolM. We predict for them muchsuccess. OWKNSnORO MESSENGER. At a dance given by a man named Miss Lizzie Walker, the daughter , ofJudge and Mrs. E. D, Walker, of Crist, about three miles below Hawes-villeSaturday tnight there was a lUutford, Ky.f is in the city, the and drag out" guest of her uncle, Dr. Thomas Wal- general "knock-dow- n ker, 919 Second street. Miss Walker row. Pete Best, Jr., who owns the has the leputation of being one of the farm, went down to see some coal prettiest and most brilliant women in diggers and attend to some business. the State. She has contributed to a A man named Beard, who was drunk, number of the leading periodicals and entered the room and began firing a journals published in the East, and pistol. Ileshot at Best four times, was requested to give her photograph after whicM0est .deliberately knocked uid biographical sketch to The Wom- him down and was giving him a en of the Ninteenth Century, pub- sound thrashing when a friend of lished at Buffalo, N. Y., some time Beard's attacked Best with a knife, inflicting a painful but not serious Louisville Times. since. wound. Before he could do further Another Knlltt Institution. injury a friend of Best knocked We call attention to the published Beard's friend down. Beard was statement of the Bank of Hartxord at hauled home in a wagon more or less the close of business June 30th. This "bunged" up, his friend was ousted statement shows a healthy condition and the dance proceeded without and must be very gratifying to the further disturbance. Mr. Best owns stockholders who get their semi-annua distillery near the place and is a dividend of $4 per share out of quiet and orderly citizen. the net earnings of the past six Whiskers that areprematurelygray months. This institution has paid to its or iaded should be colored to prevent stockholders the last four years TEN the look of age, and Buckingham's THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED Dye excels all others in coloring DOLLARS in dividends and has FIVE brown or black. THOUSAND DOLLARS clear of all BEA. expenses, undivided profits.andwhen July 3. Prof. S. C. Stevens was a we consider that two years of the four welcome visitor at Beda Sunday have been the worst on banks in the School last Sunday, history of this country, this is cerMessrs, John and Rufus Ilerrel tainly a most remarkable showing were the guests of their brother, Daand reflects great credit on the direc- vid Herrel, Sunday, tory and managers of the bank. This Mr. Luther Easterday, while bindbank is solid as the rock of Gibialtar ing wheat oue day last week, was and justly merits the confidence the bitten by a snake. It bit through his people have In it sleeve and left the prints of its teeth in his arm. Method Ht Niinilny Nchool. Mr. Charlie Godshaw and sister, July 1. Services- by SuperintenRosalie, were the guests of their fathdent Williams. Officers and Teachers present, 12; er Sunday. The good people of our community Scholars, 80. are going to meet this evening at Scripture Lesson: Luke 1 1, Subject of Lesson; "The Birth of Mt. Herman to otter up a supplication for rain. Jesus." Golden Text: "Unto you is born A dire pestilence is in the air, it this day in the Oity of David a feedeth at night, it walketh at noonSaviour, which is Christ the Lord." day, and it has slain some of the best We take great pleasure in record- dogs in our community. It first came ing the names of Mrs. II. F. Taylor about in the way of a distemper, but and Miss Mary Taylor this morning the Board of Health could detect as new scholars and extend to them nothing wrong in that line, so a committee to whom was referred the matthe hand of welcome. Miss Elizabeth Calloway, of Louis-vill- ter decided that the poor creatures, and Miss Eva Morton, of the C. who are now better ofF than, their exSunday School are welcome visi- ecutioners, came to their death by P. tors this morning. taking too much poison. The comdetecLittle Misses Lizzie Hoover and mittee also secured a first-claWesterfield are new scholars tive the Pinkertou ol pur locality reNona to ferret out the mystery, and he this morning in sister Pate's class. ports that he has the perpetrators loMiss Mary Lou Joplln, of cated and is only waiting further deMars. who is visiting her cousin, velopments. Miss Edna Griffin, is a visitor this n Memory morning in Mrs, Glenn's class. Other, son of Robert and Cilia ForMrs. Zeltuer Gregory, of Dallas, rester, departed this life June 35, '9, Texas, who recently returned to our aged 3' months and 6 day, after a town, paid our, school a pleasant visit week or ten days illness, j. ' this morning. Lovely Other, how brief tliv staj v,Mr. Lent II. McHenry, who has Short and haerty was thy day; been attending school at Danville, Ending soon, thy journey here, Pain and grief no more to bear. has returned home and rejoins us this Hard it was from thee to parti morning. For it rends the aching heart; vMr, Henry Hardwlck, who has but But an heir of glory's gone, recently returned to our town from Let the will of God be done. Saviour's brea&t, Hopkinsville, joins us this morning. Pillowed on a and safely rests; Sweetly sleeps We take pleasure in recording his Soon the morning will nttore, C. name, Darling Other, we deplore. e, ss Eliza-bethtown, Wednesday was the Fourth and the Fourth was Wednesday. According to agreement here a year ago the Annual Soldiers Reunion was held tliis year nt Rochester. The day was all that could be desired. The clouds of the morning with the cool breezes lessened the heat of the previous few days, so that what might have been a day of oppressive temperature was rendered quite pleasant. The crowd began to gather early, and by 10 oclock an immense throng surged through the streets and out to the beautiful grounds three quarters of a mile back of the town. The location-was a very pretty one reaching from the crest far down the slope of a well shaded hill. Comfortable seats had been furnished and a pleasant speaker's rtnnd erected and decorated. At 10:30 o'clock the old soldiers under the direction of Commander S K. Cox, assisted by Capt. Kinnaird, formed in the town and preceded by the Calhoon Comet Band marched to the grounds. Color Sergeant Rowc carried the old State Guard Flag of of the nth Ky. There were from 200 to 400 in line and the (boys,"though gray-hairennd bent, would respond with quickened step to the strains of martial music. On reaching the grounds the exercises of the day were opened with prayer by Chaplain, J. A, Bennett. Rev. delivered the welcome address and gave the old soldiers and visitors such a cordial greeting as made all feel perfectly at home among their Butler cousins. Col. S. P. Love, of Greenville, responded to the welcome address and his effort was in every respect worthy of the occasion. Hon. K. Dudley Walker, ol Hartford, was then introduced as the orator of the day and delivered a speech such as he alone can deliver and one which captivated the large and appreciative audience. Many were the compliments passed upon the speaker and the speech. Dinner was announced ready and free for all. And such anotherdinner as it was. Besides the bountiful repast spread upon the long winding tables, for the crowd generally, many of those living within a radius of five miles or even mote, brought spreads of their own and invited their innumerable friends. Scarcely ever before has there been so much that is good for the inner man been brought to one spot of ground. lust as the dinner hour was over and the crowd was beginning to get itself together for a pleasant evening s exercise or social enjoyment a light shower of rain began falling and the threating clouds drove many away, but upon the whole it was a most pleasant occasion and the good people of Rochester and surrounding country will longbe remembered for their openhanded hospitality. The old soldiers did not separate, however, until they had elected officers and chosen a place of meeting for next 3 ear. Captain Sam K. Cox, of Hartford, was Commander and Clay Beckham, of Calhoon, was chosen Vice President J. A. Gillette, of Rochester, Secretary, and Rev. J. A. Bennett, of Beda, Chaplain. It was the uuanimous choice of those present that the next Reunion be held at Calhoon, July the 4th d oi: :: t To reap the benefit of the big Bargains; that they are now offering in -- uJ SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, i Our Clearance Sale began. July 1st and will continue until our entire stock of Spring and Summer Goods '.lias been moved. The stock is fresh anit. clean and shows some pretty patters in semi-annu- al wk I HI ;, uma Just the thing for these u, in wmm 9 I ( -- bv r v t b long1-h- ot days.' We are prepared to furnish you anything1-tha-t you may need. Come and get pieces, and we know you will buy. oSOH A A MUCH NEEDED A NEW FOUNDRY' MAOHINE-'SEO- (?! 1 til i'Vi L' I . GREAT WONDER! 3 A. K AJ jSrw,)' 1895. A good BIC7CLB. 3Pojt Sale!been in Only A use a short time. Call on or address Sam Andisuson, Hartford, Ky. Last Sunday morning a peddler at Horton shot and perhaps fatally wounded Hiley Simmons, The ball passed through theabdomen, and while the wouud is not nccessarially fatal his friends arc in much doubt as to his recovery. It seems that Simmons was one of the managers orproprietors of the barbecue at Horton the day before and that the peddler had been selling goods on the grounds, drawing the crowds away from patronizing the 'cue. This annoyed Simmons and he ejected the offensive peddler from the grounds nnd took possession of his pack. Sunday morning the latter went to Simmons home for his budget and they became cngiged in a fight, with the above result Both had pistols and both used them promiscuously, but the peddler proved the better shot. He was not arrested and so far we can learn is still m large. We are now prepared to do all kinds" of Casting, Repair Machinery and Boilers" Fix Threshing and Mowing Machines,41" Reapers, Binders, etc.; also Gum arid"Ha'm;Ji mer Mill Saws,Grind Chilled Plow Points' Repair Pumps, make Engines, and eyei; thing needed for any kind of machinferv Work done with promptness, arictsit" t isfaction guaranteed. Also all kinds. .oi Pipe Fixtures and Belting kept in stocKVw Soliciting a liberal patronage, we ar(w yours, Very respectfully, ' . . 14 Utcly Klioollnic Ncrnpe. MBi wrmn (INCOIU'OKATEO) and mm .co,; BOioXXexxirsy JaLTTm J. S. Smith, Prcs't. D. S. Duncan; Sec'y & Treks. QUAKER Allegro, C ITY BAKING POWDER I M- III IM i J M ar Jd , , . , . d Id J "' - .! m Uttlme. m- w I , j 2d time, -d . w m m t .fl Art"!-!- hJ JJ ! V n i H ,. . , ("QOAXEBCmr Baking Powde" Ii of all we've found tho bcrt: , 1 Absolutely pure nnd whoitsovu, (Omit) Ualnu a place abOTO tbo rctf "i With ten pennies get a s&m-plOf your Oroccron-- y day; He your pennies wMrc pay (Omit) l If ft U notBatifac-tlo: ; , 11 Hon cat trl at'i all - iufn-c!cn- t, Iaik IFailure there will never bo;!rbosowbouseQ.C. Vnr iimvah Mill &w- rtw tn w fl,tl B. V. m v www n si- vi ivi ivn jimh i u, w ,.f , .! - Wi ttoaf OQtnti, lady or gadUmans Addrm Quaker City B, P. Co., Jiiehimmd, 14. :. $'.U, 9; An Old CoIoreU I.ndjr Demi. J.Ii, 1'nriou, I7.K.jireu ) Died, at her home in Pembroke, Ky Mrs. Lucy Richardson, grand mother of Mrs. P, A. Gary, ofllayti, on June 27th, She had Veen feeble for quite a while, but was thought to J be getting better, and on going to bed at night appeared to be very well, but wo? found dead in bed the next morning. She was a good christian Careful IJstijuates made on all'Car-penerin- g woman, and was respected by. all, and Building, Terms t.rea ' both white and colored. She leaves sonqble. Jlartford, Ky. v M a husband and seven children to .KT' i ' mourn her loss, A. F. 14 J. L. Carson & Son, 4 HUB! A ,W I soar 11 qvuTiTTi MttnoeiurK. WHENYOU'GOTOiJWENSfiORoJ CALL ON "- SUalthv in tt$ opproeuK Too of un, when the ittuftUon become fully knows. U U too Utc Thsl U truo of Kldaty DUoua. A llttlo ftorene- w- Uttlo laeaeu of Suddenly tho back. upcrTene an4 death ensue. ftcuto lytDiHom iprlDgof tho wolf. Letuo It U Ilka tho fatal reason together a UtUe. 1. uaibe tightest ymptom why not um Dr. purer re&Ber'aKld&eraiulHackacho Becaiuo It 1 ruaranteod to MtUfr or money refunded. 80 you only pay for benefit jciuaiiy reccivcu. & If you ahoulA bo mUUken in fearinr kte nrdlaeaM.U will do no barm and basal any kfo olaajued your blood, Wen you rtnewtd Ufa your bead, toned up your m U were, BtomaA, Invigorate your nerres and flora, ana insured you atfaUwtUttdtaeaao you fear. Taka ketao ft boitto y t WORMS & Theo.Cain, WHITE'S CREM !. VifiMlOlE 4 i ' V3S3raCOX003eJLXaC3Ba. J For (A fitxeetand Most ArtiificjVorll ' "Frederic 8?. Wwfrt ,' ipy riM 3rd and M': V6MT y , Hm tod all Worm Rmdls EVERY BOTTLE GUWUNTEED. FOR 20 YEAR .J liyj : Mfl ind tboan I T t BOLD EVKRY WHERE. Mhw4 fcy airmaaaaa iHifiw co., tt. mem. , Wr;'oW fs trad ttiffc nod crowM red Iteaa wiaaja Brown tfauUad with beryousAaa raaaMajf ears or overwore wiu ua iwtu ry uuwr AT , Iron , it & - Kl. . Iv r fwv&tf J w vsjsi r whirl of excitement from nttfht till WASHINGTON. mornlnjr; n snap of troubled Bleep, gressmen arc such as to diet me and again do capo. Not nu hour, Our Correspondent COLLEGES Friday! July, 0. 1894 Sizes Up ! wo can call our own. acqtiicscncc in the most important of not a minute mm m wm m mmm w (incorporation Things About tho "The first generation after Steph-enso- n ho trro.it practical Business Training, and Shorthand the Senate amendments. Ordinarily llogn. Thoy wlvo n p import to huMueaa nnd Mirer. Catalogue fret. and the Rocket pulled through PICKPOCKETS ARE TRICKY many Democratic Congressmen find Capital. 10s tipeueur, I'mx't, J, K. Kith. Pfo'y. Ad dross Bpenoerlan College at They inherited with it somehow. Louisville, Ky.k Owensfeoro, Ky., or EvansvIUe, Ind. their political fences somewhat 01 1 of men constitutions June 30. Mr. Cleveland's financial The "Professional Gentle- repair at this season, but this year the soundon rustic scats of the garIn the -who sat 3''nioMMWrtBMWie?Biinr(4fWtc "break" has been more talked about man" Boady lor Any the posts arc literally torn from the dens of tho twenties. The second in Washington this week than the Emergency. ground and the fences are lying flat. generation that's you and me felt SEPARATE SCHOOLS UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT tariff bill. Demociats will not conUnder these conditions it may be ex- tho strain of It more sovcrely. New BOWLING GREEN SOUTHERN sent to be quoted by name, hut many Rut It Yu put 'NflHnre lu III Ak pected that the leading free traders in machines had como In to inuko life still more complicated; telegrams, of them are saying hard things about tenranc Yon Villi BUornlty the House will utter lurid denunciaWhile Flrrred. School, Bell und Edison, submurluo cables, the man .hey helped to put into the tions of the Senate amendments, and Yon Are Wntrlilnir Him. w w " evening papers, perturbations pour- White House. IPVlliilkiiii ill miB; Mr. Cleveland's fi inHhiaribw lu na I RXCIIANC2K. then will swallow them at one gulp ing in from all sides Incessantly; the rreTtnts tho liatr from nancial proclamation, which it BOW! !IQ COLLEGE. (SOUTHERN BUSINESS GRSEN NORMA!. SCHOOL. becoming thin, faded, In this day and age a succssfull and hurry to their homes to endeavor suburbs growing, the hubbub Inpray. Teaehera. Srlrntlftt. - .. nnA ."1atlf PnllV. ...J -was prepared nnd made public without . ... J'' ,i at I!uineuTrj1nfniSchololt!iSauth.l louitcs. muiic,- in, ana ctocuuon twnridcui : -.".....i wiry, fttiu pickpocket must be a very "slick" to save something to their party out creasing, ype-Upt' '.ceringi ictcgrapnjr. i railway metropolitan rjprcscrcs Willing, and I'cnnianihlp. Pupils can enter Ml for. txw rates ol board and tuition. Sena lor Secretary Carlisle's knowledge, had looking of man. He must be so honest fiBU-'-i- s impending wreck. anytime. Send for catalogs, MU rich. bicycles innumerable; but we catalogue. the trams, just about the effect upon Cougrc&s llfSI, lux courco asiiroa. Address oueubt hbos., rropTt. Bovllnf Oreso.Ky.V that his face won't give him away Possibly we may be wrong in our still endured and presented the urlniice, nnd color a that an unexpected speech from the and so well dressed that he kill be tak diagnosis of the situation, and that world all the same with to an en for a gentleman at first sight. Any there will be a real and dctet mined third generation. That third ge- captain of a steamship at sea, assurrverlod of sort of a man can grab at a dangling fight between the two Houses, but nerationah met there comes the ing his passengers that there was no lire. It cures Uthlufc humors, aud keeps tho scalp cool, moist, and healthy. pity of itl One fancies that the im- danger, would have upon the passenwatch chain or snatch n lady's the indications point to an abject pulse to marry and rear a family has gers it has aroused suspicions which I TisssT IN A but such fellows have no on the part of the House They rank in the radical changes made in the wholly died out of it. It seems to did not previously exist. Mr. Clevepickpockets standing as Sold by Drarcliti and Perfumer. have died out most In the class with those who steal a hat or a patrol bill by the Senate. And what a bill where tho strain and stress aro land's closest friends profess ignooveralls from in front of a clothing it will be. Free wool and sugar. greatest. I don't think young men rance of the reason or icasous that vvvvivvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv4 y'Q ssVssssK ? have the same caused him to unnecessarily alarm store. In 9 cases out of 10 your real Practical destruction ol the woolen of that class sssW.'V WEBSTER'S the country, by shouting there was professional is a natty youug man, manufacturing industry and an in- - feeling toward women of their sort INTERNATIONAL dressed in the height of fashion, and come tax. Kvery Northern industry us formerly. With certain classes no danger, nnd in the same breath 1 JtpMl Inreturning lhauks to tho Now York is just the individual you would attacked and every Southern industry und in certulu places a primitive f urmm &4mrir, stinct of our race has weakened. banks for coming to the rescue of the SutTfMorothe turn to i you wanted to inquire protected. The best interests of the Tho present crisis In the marriage "Unabridged." Treasury. If there was no d mger about the streets, hotels or trains. United States ignored and those of Everybody market is due not to clubs or tho what did the Wall Street men rtscuc fdiould onn tlih Forty ladies might be carrying fat England, Germany. Franre, Austra- comfort of bachelor quarters, but to 1' t Dictionary. It answers alt f11Fll0tlfl portmonnaies in their hands and per- lia, South America, Canada. China tho cumulative effect of nervous the Treasury from? If there was real concerning tho bis p THE WORLD'S FAIR danger, which was avoidel by the tory, melting, fectly safe from him. Uuless hard up and Japan carefully guarded. ami Wall Streeters furnishing the gold renJ. Q.Li.jLl.AAAh . Commlllr. who tetrd Iht will not go to the trouble of fishmeaning or ttonl. he The American Economist has all 1.V.Y r yyu fluwivi ''rJ-- v JlcCorsnkk No. 4 8tl fUwer ln quired lor export last week, even Wildcats Art Cross. A Library in ing lor a common sold watch, which along hoped that the Republican SenrsssssB In the only rebuilt i'itlt:ii Mr. Cleveland must know that the Itself it io field trial, In a l.cay growth would bring only $15 or $20 at the ators would band together and preI have noticed in the stores of the limits ol executive power," which he glrcs tho often tie of timothy and c)ocr. k1J, In sired information He hunts for his vent the passage ol the bill, but that fur dealers in San Antonio that ull pawnbroker's. concerning eminent iron ; facts concern Ihelr othclsl rcrt : "Tho AJWAk ifylGQRJLdL AWMnisfs Ing tho countries, cities, towns, ami natman, whether it be on the street, the apparently is not to be done. Senator the hides of wildcats, especially the svys will be used to protect our naefficiency of tt.t machine w ural features of the glotm; artleu?an conbridge train or the Gallingerof New Hampshire voiced legs, are literally filled with cactus tional credit, would not be sufficient thu, under fair condition. surface car, the cerning noted fictitious icnwus ami nlace ; nearly 70 wr cent. Ordinary translation of foreign quotations. It is elevated. Having found who is our sentiments uien 111 debate last briars. Most animals avoid the cac- to compel Wall Street to come to the In the home, olllcc, study, ami fifitirrs for ordinary mowers school room. tus, while the .wildcat seems to hide rescue again, unless it felt so disposto have "boodle" about him, Saturday he said: arc at kast twenty rxn'mfs Tie One Great $txndnrd Authority. srlMM.WJ lu It. Whether the too stub- ed Secretary Carlisle is no financier, hither In total draft, with an o the "pick" proceeds to run him If all the Senators on this side of born to ever learn cats are Itos. II. J. Brewer, JtwUeof C.s. cflicicney of nrl kui (,o C'ourt. wntM t "The IbicmaUonal iMrUoiuryM that cacti have but he knows more on the subject down. In other words, he lollows the chamber felt as I feel, the pending U U I eommtuU m&sAM&b renlM which Idler fcjnrc yvcAr th perfection of itlrtloiiarl. thorns, or whether they do not ex- than Mr, Cleveland does. However, to oJImUmoiio great atandanl uUiorttjr." machines thctdd Icrxi-cctc10 him until he gets what he is after or bill would never be enacted into a law perience pain to tho extent that ThcMiCcrmlclU th DemoAft finds that his intended victim is too unless the Democratic majority corn- - other animals suffer, would be a quote the wonlsof adisu-teC ta C. Merriam Co, 4&2laa I cacerd," draft, end motif fTcr W HshtrM PnUUher. WEBSIZKS sharp for him Ii he can get a seat pw a Vote by some extraordinary question for uuatomlsts or physiolo- cratic SenatorThings are already s Sprltwflfht, Mau. It? urff cutter .Ml nVtuvd. Jr Wcutoffilu ' (lllKhe-t- t Mnlal aurdM. 1 to not buy cheap ihoto. I INT EKMffiAL I ' : beside the man and catch him reading mcans Nf vu (j gists to answer. The fact is that bad that nothing Mr.ClevcIar.dcan ay imrhk! iruiuoxaiKMai i DICTIQNAIOr v ..n i . . i . . ..--. . . . cuiuuui. looking out on the street or ' But he Was compelled to add: "Many the lnsldes of the legs of a wildcat's or do will make them worse. When a paper, tys-n- J for freo pamphlet. v.:Cor..!'ck 3indrs, Reapers and Mowers are built by the MeCOftMrCK HARVESTING ' nodding for the want 01 steep, me 0f my political associates do not feel. skin are us thickly covered with there is a change it is bound to be for the better." Some think that Mr. chances for a haul are good. If he The vote is to be taken." &c. That briars as is the outside with hair. 'c CO., CltlCAdO, and are lor sale wherever grain or grass Is grown. Cleveland intended his proclamation C3A.1LmT- -, catch him in a crowd on the steps seems to be the situation, from which Texas Stockman. can as a notice to his party in Congress or get beside him on the rear plat- there is no hope of escape. Suggestion to Agriculturists. that if not given authority for a bond form, or fall against him on the stairs The readers of the Economist know & Bulgarian peasants have given up issue he intends to issue more bonds elevated, the chances are all in our opinion of the Wilson bill. Lanof the growing to a great extent and under the old law as soon as Congress his favor. guage could not exagerate our apprehave gone to raising roses. Attar It is the professional pickpocket hensions as to its evil effects upon tue of roses is now worth from ten dol- gets out of the way. Senator Hill smiled when Mr. who gets your diamond pin. He industries and labor or this country. lars to fifteen dollars for eight --TO SUB THK- Cleveland nominated Charles De Kay, The Leading Fhoiorapher. sometimes thrusts a newspaper sud- It will aggrevate rather than alleviIt seems that Bulgarian denly before your face and asks you ate the existing distress. It will infarmers could give points about a New York man who was not known to look at a picture or a headline and jure agriculture, work initchief to changing their products to some ag- to a single member of the New York Pictures la lmj Stlt aid Site. works beneath it, and sometimes manufacturing, establish a 3) stem of riculturists of the eastern part of Congressional delegation, to be Conthe United States, who continue to sul General at Berlin, one of the Ir01(l Pictures Copied ami Enlarged crowd you with his forearm across direct and class taxation, and greatproduce smalt quantities of wheat pleasantest and most lucrative berths A SPECIALTY. your chin, and uses the free hand to ly lower the wagesof American n in competition with the west, in- in the consular service. Mr. De Kay 108$ Main Street. get the pin. If you are on the rear and women. It will inevitastead of paying more attention to 37mG a platform of a street car and he beside bly lesson the purchasing power of 0 tPEXSIWin), h ) dairying and to the production of is literary man and is said to be p. well qualified to perform the duties you will extend an arm across your our people, and in turn will bring articles for which all tho cities furface and distract your attention for a suffering to all classes of our citizens nish a profitable market. Rochester ol the position to which he has been nominated, but he has no connection few seconds. No nippers or other Fortunately, the long debate in the HoraUK with New York politics, and until it implement is used, but the work is all Senate has educated the people to unwas discovered that he was a brother-in-ladone with the fingers. derstand the nature of the proposed A Witty Irish Priest. As the police figure it, only about legislation. In this good- work the of Richard Watson Gilder, who one person out of every twenty who newspaper press has also done excelFather Hcaley, of Bray, one of the divides his time between editing the is nipped make out an official com- lent service. The Economist has envery few avowed unionist priests in Century Magazine, writing plaint. You remember perhaps that deavored to do its full share, and the tho distressful country, has been in verses and kotowing to CURES NOTHING BUT PEtHS, you were crowded against, or that coming contest in this country be- great form lately. Known for a Boss Cleveland, no one und?ist)d two or three people ot you in a tween Protection and Free Trade, the long while pust as one of the great- why he had drawn such a prize. Then CVrA SURE squeeze, and ten minutes later you Economist hopes to be able to render est Irish wits, ho has fairly excelled it was clear as day as it isn't the f.rst A known and CERTAIN GCCT for ISytars as tho himself during the last few weeks. find your watch pin and money gone. valiant service to the cause of Protecplum that R. W. G. has knocked REMEDY FOR PILE3. Tho other day an ardent politician - BICnittDSOS EDI CTIS CO., ET. LJZZS, rnpir-- 4 Of what use to go to the police? You tion. asked his reverence?. "What do you down for his friends and relatives the-Davi- s m can give them nothing to work on, After all, we have only to wait a think now, father? Tim Healy will Mr. De Kay is a brother of Drake De a ti:.. it.n while the newspapers will publish few years for the complete triumph of be lu the first Irish parliament, lord Kay, who obtained notoriety in war i.oiusvii.i.r...Nr. Lorift your name and hold you up to ridi- our principles. The American peo- chancellor, L3.i37.ll;, Si, L:.h attorney jcenerul or times by being U. S. Marshal of the ku cule. Now and then a woman will ple are girding on the armor for the what?" "Shure, ho will be u very District of Columbia and by signing He will nave you MONEY hy Huving from HIM. Will make a complaint and it is generally contest of 1894 and the greater con- old man," was tho reply. At Cor-les- s' his name in a way that mpl-- it look BCHEliPLK KN KKPECr .NOV. I, 1WI. No.M, No.M, restaurant tho other day Fa- as though a paint brush had been happen the amount is small, but few test of 1896. They have fully detercull you a Uuggy, Hiiruera. Lnp Dusterand Wliipfroni tGO.00-uIhcilj. WEHT HtiUNP. Illy. men will admit even to their wives mined to rebuke and reverse the ver- ther Hcaley's attention was drawn used, instead of the quill pen he al I,y, l.ouITtl!e 7;45 . m. f.tt p, m. by the proud proprietor to the fact In $75 00. The Davis Carriage Company liai ihe rtpula-lio- n WVm - 9.11a.m. Pulnl that they have been caught in the dict of 1892, and they will not rest ways wrote with. that Miss Corless had gained :07 p. m. 9.17 a. m. lira ud en Wk net. It is only by accident that a content until the Wilson bill is swept great distinction at the Milan sonio Representative McCall, of Massachof building tbe best Buggy lor the money ol any Factory conn' '37 p. in. - lrvlixt'i detective gets onto an unknown pick- from the statute book, and a Protec- servatoire of music. "And what arc usetts, in n sarcastic minority report phrncport ............... tu.il a. in. 9:21 p. m. in Cincinnati. JMtfp. m. pocket, and one of the old sleuths tive measure, just to all the sections you going to do with your daughter of the House Committee on Elections, I!:lla. m. to 10 p. in. stationed at the bridge last winter, in of our country, is put in its place. after all this?" asked the priest. against the unseating of RepresentaIwl-l-uU::ttfl.m. m.:ttp,m citizen's clothes of course, had his The triumph is already in sight, and "Oh, I shall hope to sue her 011 tho tive Funston, of Knnsas, hits the .. 12: 16 p. ni 11:11 p. m. Owentoro M IM p. in. H.W m. 8tottanll watch taken before he had been on the completeness of it will be greater operatic stage soon," replied Mr. Democrats some stinging blows for I:2p m. 12 2" a. m. tr. HrtidnsoD......... who is tlm owner of the most duty an hour. than most men dare to hope. The Corless, their partisanship in disposing of this Nn.ftS, No.M, extensive oyster beds on the Irish Where two or more pickpockets Republic must be saved, and ProtecDaily. HAST HOUND, Iiy i coast. "You want to turn her into and all the other contested election work in a crowd they mark a man and tion alone can do it. 7:laa.m. 3: lip. m He concludes with these fT. Hrndwon an oyster Patti, then?" said Father cases. 37 Slrfittftvlllr .. . .... 7;i7. ni. 34:UA p. ni. get into position beside him. In Hcaley without a moment's hesita- words; "In such cases a contest app. m, .27 a, m. OttrtiUrn. ,MMa money. WHY MARRIAGE IS DECLINING. tion. minutes they will locate his pears to be an idle as well ns ex tMJ9a. m. 6.00 p. rn I.frwl'l'orl. p You may think that curious, but you iC'tfa. in. oi&ip.ai pensive formality. If a standing rule A Really Good Reason Is Given t n. m. 5. 47 p. ni Clovcrport A flirt) (or II3 roiliblii. can do it yourself. The man in a were adopted that in all contests liV--ti a. in. 0:11' p. in. SIp Last by Grant Allen. - AND Judge Robt. J. Breckinridge, gives money on him will incrowd with U.Wk, m. 7:"Ap. tn. where the plurality was less than 200 . Irrlnjfton Mr. Grant Allen, in what he is following as a cure for hydrophostinctively put his hand on the spot plea&ed to call "A Philosophic View the !l:?ta.rn. 71 p.m. votts it should be deemed insufficient UVI'olnt.....w.....M. U (V p. ni. 8.05 p. m, bia, which he has personally tested, as often as once in two or three min- of tho Marriage Qucstlou," undermiles the contestee were a Democrat, .. Loop, in, .Ulp. m. r, LouieIlle utes. You'll even sec a policeman do takes to expluin why marriage is At this season it should have the wid- much time might be saved, and use est circulation possible. Judge Ilreck-iuridg- e rnfttnnNn.M and M. ti make connection a it on the street on pay day, If a man less common than it was a less expenditure ol money avoided, irvlngUm (Suud.iy ciceptcJ) with train un louls says: "The time between the J ' ' ' ' has no "boodle" but Is wearing a century ago. ir'-'- " UK llnrlin'htir. A VtUrn It. It., ia-- l ami and, while the fundamental principles "Thirty or forty years ago," he biting of an animal by a mad dog nnd of the Constitution would bcviolattd, t i I mux I. Fur lnrthr Information, a Id rem hand will go up to valuable pin, his II. C, MUKMIK.Gfn.lVr tfl. his tie just as often. The two "picks" says, "young- men used to rush by showing signs of hydrophobia is not precisely the same practical results onlfvil 4, K blind instinct into tho tolls of matriIe.s than nine days, but it may he nine may fall against him and woik from t monybecause they couldn't help mouths. After the animal has become would be reached as under the syseacli side, or one may smash his hat tem prevailing during the present themselves. they shillyrabid, a scrntcu 01 tue loom upon a over his ears and apologize at a great shally, they pick 5 and choose, they person or a slobber coming in contact session, and we would have the adrate while the other does the work. discuss, they criticise, thoy say go- vantage of being openly bad instead A watch, pin or wfllet will dis- foolish things about the club and with a Fore or raw place will produce of hypocritically bad," appear like a flash, and even it there tho flat and the cost of living. They hydrophobia just the same as soon as Coxey is again 111 Washington. He is immediate discovery the property beliovo In Malthus. Fancy a young if bitten by a in ad dog. Hydrophosays that he has assurances that his I will give man who believes In Multhusl But bia can be prevented, nnd lias been passed on. tend ODlnm Kabila n candidacy for Congress will be encuntl ut JiuUiO wlUw "Where is' the safest place to carry they don't marry, und It Is because what is well known to be nn infalli- dorsed by the Democratic Convention outlln.llookofpar tlculnriipntl-'ni:!- ' they aro less of young men than for- ble remedy for man or beast it propmoney?" I asked an old headquarters Bh.if.wnnLLnv.il r of his District. "We only hope they Hartford, Kcutucky merly. Wild animals In confinement AtUnta,aa.OfflcoItMWhlUoAUfib A dose for a hotfc erly administered detective the other day. seldom propagate their kind. Only or cow should be four times as much will," raid a member of the Repub-lici"For a woman, in the bosom f her a few caged birds will continue their Congressional Campaign Com as for a person. dress; for a man in his trousers species. Whatever upsets the balmittee, "their endorsement cannot BT-C- 'rfi I! "It is nottolatetogivethemedicinc elect Coxey.but it would elect at least pockets," he answered. "No pick- ance of tho organism In an Individupocket can get into your pocket with- al or a race tends first of all to affect any time before the spasms come on, twenty Republic in uf embers of the out being felt. A hip pocket is' the rate of reproduction. Civilize the dose for a person is one and one Hoube in doubtful districts " pi simply a delusion. The man who .the rod man aud ho begins to de- half ounces of elecampane root bruisThe Senate has not pa red the tarcrease at once In numbers. ed, nut in a pint of new milk, reduc iff bill yet and nt carries his money there is a fool. 1 u "Is not me same thing true of us? ed one half by boiling; take all at not seem probable this writing it does The breast pocket is no safer when that it will do so Civilization and its works have come once in the morning, fasting tiU the 1 the coat is buttoned, because the man too quickly upon us. Tho strain and alternoon, or nt least, a very small before next week. There have been who is after the wallet located there stress of any number of rumors this week correlating und coordinathas only to slit the cloth with a sharp ing the world we live in uro getting diet, till alter several hours have about defections that might result in little knife blade set into a ring. too much for us. Railways, tele- elapsed. The second dose same ns the defeat of the bill, but the probaCarry your money in your righthand graphs, the latest edition havo first except take two ounces of root. bilities arc that when the final vote ihMlBV - ' j i!m "ZrwWtiyTTQP trousers pocket and you willnever played havoc at lust with our nerv- Third, same ns the second. Three is taken every Democrat, including ous systems. Wo aro alwuys on tho doses arc all that arc needed, and Senator Hill, aud all of have it picked." the Populists, stretch, rushing and tearing perpet- there need be no fear, as I know Irons with the possible exception of StewProgress ol TnrlBTI.jcUiiillon ually. Wo bolt our breakfast, wo my own experience, nnd know of a AMERICAN ECONOMIST. catch the train or 'bus by the skin number of cases where it was entirely art, will vote for the bill. It is cer-tai- n During the past week considerable of our teeth. Tho tapo clicks perthat n fight will be made on successful. many of the Senate amendments in progress has been made in the con- petually In our ears tho Inst quota"This is no guesswork; the persons conference, and that some of them sideration of the tariff bill, and it is tion in Eries, the telephone rings us now confidently predicted that it will up at inconvenient moments. Some- alluded to have been bitten by their will be changed. pass the Senate this week. The free thing Is always happening some- own dogs, which were then tied to list has been acted on, and the income where to disturb our equunlmity. see if there were really mad, nnd they POSITIONS .GUARANTEED .Z3a tax provision is now under discus- Lffe is one turmoil of excitement were really mad, and they proved to , under reasonable und bustle. Financially, 'tis a sorter) be so, and the, remedy was effectual catalogue condition. Our FRBBMpaff Hill has made sion, Senator will explain why wa can aKord ll. of dissolving views; personally, 'tis ' A physician told me he had known urangDon's Pracucil fiuliass Celine, vigorous onslaughts on that feature a rush; socially, 'tis a mosaic of NASHV1LU, TENN, of the bill, and most of the Republi- deftly fitted engagements. Drop of its use for over thirty years, nnd Wrlu tor catalog. DOOk We are manufacturers of Buggies, Carts Surriet and Carrlagsi, anil df a! dirf ctly wWr can Senators aided him in his fight, out one piece aud you can never re- never knew it to fail when properly rriphy, kMplrr, W61 uployracniDeputmcnt than half ibeUualneu He related a cn?e Populist Senators and from place it. You aro full next week administered, cent, usually paid to middle men. Our prices art7; but as the CollraeatAalnaatittilon, 4 wMbim or tnthrut the consumer, thus saving him the per leachinc It equal to 12 weeka by Iht six to eight Republicans are counted from Monday to Saturday business where a number of cows were bitten eld plan. MwctfWly, yaar. no enable, and we guarantee satisfaction. leachera. BOO ttudeata paai on to vote for the income tax there all day, what calls lUelf pleasuro and penned half in one pen and half vacation' enter any time, CtiiarBoAKO. We hare vcmiy proparea lKkl etpMklljr adapted 10 (save tho mark I) all evening. Poor in another; to half the remedy was seems no possibility of its defeat. -HOME TU9Y. old Leisure What the fate of the bill will be ssurry and is dead. Wo hurry and given and they were saved, the Sent on 60 dayt trial. Write m tad eipliln flurry eternally, One other half dying from the dreaded your wants." N. U. We pay 99 caihforall va when it reaches the conference com whirl of work from morning 'ancle at Henoeraphera, laache n, till hydrophobia." rtki, etc., reportnd to lit, provided we ill aane Owtntbtro, Ky niltte is a matter of pure conjecture, nlghj; tbejLjlc and Hartford Republican but the possibilities are that the political necessities of Democratic Con- The Best Dressing AYER'S s bn BUSINESS f hh Rook-Keepi- I HAIR VIGOR IIrbnTn '?SjjP mi Bsks' mm mm. m 1 JV I mme& 1 is-- A 6l MgP I ... onori-nan- U i. . e, Ayer's Hair Vigor, iiORSE SENSE to-da- y iliii TE:W ..mJuLi m:;,7&?z,.dictionary trf r mum Jh ;rsr v'wV.'A...Wa.rSl &tdri3&i&"V:'Uv' Tffal'A i?frM?z &iji. 1 be-lie- Miw-in- 'MMt9miSk rsn:svnf 'vha iu&mjmfi&.:Ji. d 4 wvy6 OlST ... Z. BUTLER, AGT, FORDSVILLE. lauk Ki-al- teitlef, Como to Hartford 55 work-ingme- ... TABLER'SD?; w BUCKEYELlk OINTMENT s- -- SPARING OPENING OF C. L. Field's ear ol Buggies just from lii. 7a. Carriage Company. -t V Clott-rpor- t rt So come and judge for yourself. NEW TTORK fit llawe-vill- I'l ,Iue EKLY TRIBUNE llrHinh-iihiir-t to-da- y -- t ' 1 To-da- y Get our prices on $1-2Job Wok before mg elsewhere. ONE YEAR inn. v-SLZin.ceiu, -cL-- '' Address all orders to wmmm nntMirp9r UAItTFOLlI) liKPLBLlCAN, n JOC AjMiianlOiip ''y.ily m at L Von ISTill XailaL eJbCSS I 44 car 1 1 p. A CO. " -- a. dim;' qnj St jraiudBadUtB