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Tbttday, with It ttimlala dipped la dew, Hm r"Cd Ibroush tbo flvrnlng'a golden And atofilo nar la tbe clmtdlen Uuo For tbe rliliu moon In illenco walui Wbllo the wind tlut algh to th languid hour A lullaby brralbeo'cr toe foMwl flowtra. Tbe Ultea nod to tbe aound of Ibe atream That wlbda along with lulling now, And either awake, or half t paaa through tbe realma of long ago; While faoea peer with mny a amUe from tbe bowers of memory's maglo Ula av tins Haetded Republican. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF 1BE lyiYEYOVPAIl) YOUR SUBSCRIPTION? stand with WE DO JOB WORK ETve:r y VOL. VI. O- P- PiETT IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTEICT. BLJ 33 Tho Ropubllcati. Pay up and onoyoarln Advance and wo will sond you Tho Loufsvlllo Weekly Commercial ono yoar free. Subscrlbo at onco. Will show how you THIS TAG HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1894. iuti jvoqm NO. 51. PROFESSIONAL -- IVORY I oayurd j ruRKa J I "Yoit'ulll excuse mo for "hoi having sent for you sooner, bnt your uncle refused absolutely to net; you, and considering hU condition ! hud only to obey. That won ut least the opinion of tho doctor. Ilellcvc ine, I am sorry." "1 should think sol" I exclaimed, with nn Insulting Inttgh. Sho looked at mc full In the face, her eyes HuMicd and she stopped crying. "You ill regret that laugh," she said, haughtily. "it Is cowardly. Your duty as a gentleman Is first to llnten to mo." 1 was struck with her attitude, although 1 believed It to bo only another form of duplicity, nnl I replied grave- 50AP , TOR CLOTHES. --H There are joyi and aumhlne. iorrowa sad tears. That check the psth of life's April hours. And a longing wish for the coming years, That hope erer wreathes wltb tbo falreat flowers; There are friendships gnlleleis lore as bright And pure as the stars lo the halls of night Thre are ashen memories, bitter pain. And burled hopes, and a broken tow, And aa aching; heart by the reckless main. And the sea breeie fanning a pallid brow; ' And a wanderer on the shell-lineshore, Listening for voice that speak no mors. There are passions strong; and ambitions wild, Aad Ibe Acres desire to stand In tbe van Of th beetle wf lire d the heart of the child Is crushed la ths breast ot the trurgllna' mast But short the ragrsU, and few are the tears, lhat rail at ths tsaob of the Tanlsbed years. PfiOCTtfl A GAMBLE CO. ONTV TWrsars quiet end peace, aad domeatlc lore. And Joys erUlns; from faith and truth, And a truth unquestioning, far above Tho passionals dreaming of ardent youth; vdSukUw ikUm.mg COPYHIQHTUa palant And kisses of children on Up and cheek. And the parent's bliss, which no tongue can speak. I , Tbsre are lored ones loett There are little graves I Krrtras: ir1noaliitba nt CAN 1 OBTAIN A PATKKTf rof BSQ VI DQDWI mrintaa. mit la wbo bar btd tMttrtjrlftr yaarr Tfrr.-vr.ra- ir trteClvannflitantlML M.Z..ZZ tt.wia V7 " JTT1 . Z V'" ,""K3. m xorvwitoa tuwtwuuuw 'Hirm ZJU ww- w w- UlntbaiaaMttfraa. Alao a catalog of aaaahaa toal and adOTitlao bok vent frwa. Op. ukm tbruafc Nua aAarte , b4 piaiJ A tbw ar bmtkl vitoh btfaraiaa pabliawUA to Um hiTtntor. Thlt plndl4 mtw, td wmDt, Urtotly lUatraiS. baa by far iM waves, And ths grssses sway to tbe sighing breeze; And we mourn for pressure of tender tips. And the light of eyes darkened la death's eclipse. In the distant dslL neath protecting trees. Where the streamlet wlndi, and the violet opposed" . ly: "lie It so. 1 will listen to you." Sho continued then vehemently: "I know that you bolicvo that I influenced your uncle. I know that you believe me rcftponttlblo for his change of mind toward you and guilty of having capture! IiIh estate, I know that you believe ma avaricious, a liar, n plotter! However, I am none of these things." "Ah! then, you are not hUhoiress?" I asked, with bitter Irony. "Ycsl I um his heiress! Hut I did nothing that tho most scrupulous delicacy could object to! I often beaved your undo to bend for you, and I only ceased when the! - doctor usmircd me that my constant demands worried the patient Your uncle was my benefac- tor. He saved mo from misery and I could not do anything which uonld prove mo ungrateful. When he was attacked with the strange whim of preferring mc to you, I was obliged to submit. As he was then too HI to be litwu notlolU teUnttte Hill Sl j irouy. And thus, as the glow on tne daylight dies. "I inherit It well?" And the ntgfcTs first look to the earth Is cast, ' t f sis, 'neath those beautiful summer sklrs. Sho gazed fixedly at me. At the pictures that hang In the hall of tbe "If you were in my place, "Hut you Inherit the oiUtcI' I re- peatcd, with the same melancholy " ejrooUUoa or aar cnUOo work to Uf cort world. S3 tmt. Rami it frt. BaiUlMlWitoajBoafhlr.fUOayattr. 8aato , t5oenia. stary nuns bar contains plataa, la color, and photorapba of ow wit to plana, onablimr iiulldera to abow lb (tnlfTM and aaeura matraMa. Addraaa BattaDWAT. UVHX A OUwaw Xuiut. Ol sorrow and )oy chant a mingled lay. When lo memory's wild wood wo wander awayl past: ttt 31 MY INHERITANCE. f Cotton Belt Bout (St. Louia Southwestern Ry.) It Was Received ma. In a Very iar Way. Pecul- Arkansas, Texas1 THE ONLY LINE Willi through Car 8ervicc Ironi TO MEMPHIS 10 MS, Nn clmngo ol Cais to OK INTKKMEDITB POINTS. Two Daily Tj earning lauds. throuh Cunchcn aifs ami )ro-peru- Pullman Sleeper. fluent !uriiihf;t Ami reaching tho moat towns and citien In tho gritK Traveling the nl timber ufi Great Southwest. 11 l VeiWiup FARMING LANDS. ahundbiit v all tho coieuU com ami cotton audefuecinllv uduptrd to tbe cullivaiiuti ot Mtiall trails and early vegetable, Aironliug GRAZING LANDS. excellent pasturage during almost tho If entire year, anil coroparalivcly cloae to tlto great markets. TIMBER LANDS. Covered wltb almost inexhaustible forests ot yellow piuci aypreBa and tho hard woods common lo Arkausaa and Eastern J exas. Can be procured ou rearuuable and advantageous terms. All llnenrennecf Willi muiI hnvstiek-vfao- n anlwvln He K ra I. Gotten Belt Routs ft Ask jrouruearesl llcket Agent for maps, time tables, etc., and write to any ot tbe following tor all iuforroa tion you may desire concerning tbe trip to tho Great Southwest. R. T.G.MATTHEWS, Dis't Pass. AgtM Louisqllle, Ky. E. W. LaBEAUME, 0. i I & Tkt. AgtM St. Louis, Mo. a Gen'l Supt., Texarkana, J. A. EDSON, Tx. ? To the Martha, the old servant, awakenetl KUe said: "Your undo U dyinff. I went dovrnsUtrs and again found myself before the halfopendoor, where for the past two uaya I had been watch tag the agony of my uncle. He had brought me up and bad been tho kind-eof guardians. He had banished me from his presence. He had commanded that I should not be admitted to the chateau. He had done all thU without motive, without any offense on my part, but simply because he had dlsln herited me for her! Her? 1 seo her movlmr about in the dying man'a room, a few steps from me. There she reigns as sovereign. She devote herself to the patient. She obeya each request of the doctor, who, with her, watches by my uncle's bed aide. 1 natch her every movement, and a wild hatred, mixed with agony and humiliation, burns (a my volns. On my return from Germany I found her living at my uncle's, and he said: She la my old friend Senarts daugh ter. He died ruined poor old fell owl I hope that you will not object to my giving her a amall dowry. You will attlt bo a millionaire." Hhe was very beautiful, but proud and haughty. She received me coldly and la a very ungracious manner, but In spite of that I fell promptly In love with her. Her step made me tremble, and her fine profile charmed me. At the end of a month I would have given heaven and earth for her love. I dared to tell her so to ask her to marry me but she refused me without- - hesitation. "Nevert" she declared positively. Ah, that "never, H it broke my heart, bnt I answered her calmly: 'You might have told me so more gently." H would have been less efficacious," she returned, calmly. And I admired the barbaric frankness of her answer, like the sentimental fool that 1 was. y I Lmow what the girl with the dark eyes was hiding! I now understand her silence, her cold reception, her Insulting rejection. It was because she was sure of her position. Alreor she knew that aho should rob mo of my fortune. And to think that during the past two days I have not told her how I despise herl To UimkthaIwa. satiated to avoid her, aot to talk to herl How she must ugh at my folly! Aa thU thought enters my mind I am about to enter the room. But tho words of the, doctor still sound In my ears: "Do you wish to Idll the patient? It caa be dona vln a minute. A sudden motion, a surprise and he goes!" Thus evnfc nature is in favor of the spoiler! Agatn 1 1 look at her, She la leaning over the bed with the expres sion of a aaadoonal Suddenly the old man moves and moans like a Jlttle child. My heart Is filled with pity for him. Then ho calls; at To-da- what would you think? ' J exclaimed. "Just what you will think," and she drew a small packet from her pocket and handed It to mc, suylug: Forglve tho old man and destroy tills proof of his delirium." I was too much utonUhcd to sneak. My hands trembled. Confusedly I realized how wrong I had been in blaming her. "What do you mean?" I flmilly stammered. ' ANYWHERE! EVERYWHERE! UMMBft afXOURSION TICKKTS MIMMilVUTM CmpMkMlitMitwtwIini RAILROADt To the Lakes ana We4 To tks Seukere aai Tbe doctor moves quickly, I hear a confused whlsnerlng, then a cry: "I am auftocatln ft Ah A dead alienee then a rattling In the throat-an- d again alienee. Then the doctor leans over, the bed, listens, aad finally says In a low voice: "Lanier "Thatb the will. I give it to you, and you remain tho heir of your unhappy uncle." I was so overcome- by her answer that Iwas obliged to lean against the wall for support so ashamed that I could not look her In tho face her whom I had so basely accused. After a few minutes I collected myself and begged In a supplicating voice, "Forgive me! Take back this packet! I would rather die than accept tho estate on such conditions." "And It" she exclaimed, vehemently and disdainfully. "Do yon think that I will touch It? Do you think I would defile myself by stealing?" "I huve misunderstood you," I exclaimed. "1 havo acted llko u brute. 1 am a miserable fool" "It docs not mutter now. We shall probably never see each other again." She spoho gently in an absent manner. Her beautiful eyes had a faraway look, and now I knew that she was really pure. Innocent, stainless. "Ahl" 1 murmured. "Of what use Is tho money to me? To receive It thus from your hands Is tho hardest of pun lshments. I will not huvo Itl To receive it from you, who refused me so coldly; from you, who despise mo with such humiliating gentleness! I should consider myself disgraced for life." "What do you say? Disgraced because 1 return to you what belong to you? Because 1 refuse to profit by the unreasonable whim of an invalid?" She retreated a fow steps, and her admirable beauty filled my heart with adoration. "Ah! why should you not accept my love?" 1 cried. "Why would you let mo havo no part fnyour life?" "I was a poor girl, treated with kindness and trusted. 1 should have betrayed that kindness and trust in listen ing to you." "Would you have listened to me then if you hud been rich?" I exclaimed. Sho cast down her eyes and remained a minute undecided. Then lifting her long eyelashes she said simply: "I think sol" My excitement increased, words failed me, and I could only stammer; " "Hut now you can She motioned me to ba silent After a few minutes of deep thought sho said: To-daI think that I havo the right to listen to you. My refusal or accept-stne- e depends now only upon my own Inclination." I approached and implored her: "Accept my llfo or refuse It!" "1 will not refuse," she answered gently. And suddenly smiling bwcetly she said, with subtle feminine irony: "I would never have refused it, for if you fell quickly In lovo with me I, too, , was not slow tn loving you." I caught Caure'a hands and kissed them humbly, but she gently drew them away, and begged me to remember the presence of the dead, which, to tell the truth, I had almost forgotten. Thus I captured my Inheritance, y I" Uomance. " The")ioial Side or Animate. Striata aasj MmrIsUm tka af VlrjtalsV ef tie Her, twaa, TO Rlxh THE PROMINENT in THR RESORTS UNITED STATES AS INI CANIM WELL AS TO TBB Pleasant Spots nsar Hams; approach. I would t like to accuse her, but a puerile sense of respect keeps me silent, and it ii she who speaks first. "I woMld like to say something to you." Her eyes are 811ed .with tears, but her voice (a resolute. It seems as if she were defying me. However, I consent and lead her into ths next room. There we remain looking at'eaeh other for a minute with is she who continue out speaking. laure hides her fsce In her hands. ''tfelsdead." 1 ,t ORimstDWr WBIaf M, oxmTTLXAiraUPmzsffMt Famout for their Social, HeaHhJW, tmd Advantages. a ft lvocAX ainrfiATXxcumaxoKTxcxMM are on eslc between all station within a KXXXlf riCMMTB saW beaoU poUU radacab, from la the aoiiyw r those cities. a I J OU awssar navstTs Ksuitu wjvim b's complete recovery ana ssssssssla! Tn thttts scrofulous con ditions of the blood which mviUg ConsnmpatoBS in severe, anger-mCoucbs, aad Weak iArngs, THS ONWABD MAJlCn of Consumption Is stopped short i br Dr. riercVs Golden Medical Always, If yom bssb trJi)vary, iww. Burat Animals have a social nature and the domestic animals a frteudly feeling for the kind hand that affords shelter and the dally supplies which add to their comfort and growth. Though the selfish owner may havo tn view the premature ending of the fatting carcass or the perpetual servitude of the pa tlent beast ho should be humane and kind In the highest degree. If you are out of patience kick the side of the barn or yourself but never the dumb animal which Is at your mercy. This is not only humane but It pays in more wavs than one. Make pets of tbe animals and they will be much moro easy to handle and bring much better returns In the way of profit Let the Indifferent farmer try it and see what an elevating Influence It will have on himself aa well aa the stock. Western Maud "Why don't you glvo young Sewers some encouragement If you love hlmr Nell-,,- Ol he ought to bo able to press his own suit Hes a taltoV." Philadelphia Record. which "mreeten you with it, m Coasompatoa ItatJf, aad when Chesaasjafce, OMt k Haitniiihn IL It Waha, aleti asy aod aay o advcrtieJns; saaUer. deaorftiaw sssypartigdar re sort or sei twwflwJesse fcy wilsa ta rj anyoi laessasswass; v nioalosorsxeto?ta r Mm ialfl As a iSoodlsanser. atTsnaiav Both- Msiorer. sad r, res, Mv f a4 J.T, arwwwsww. .MdkMAgU . tZStfm v V 1 ;i;sai HPHi i weuvtua, av. Tfc art murnt Trip $ Ike Meaaaa To old Point Comfort and the sea sswssiwi, asm shore the tuost enjoyment for the sCTaVMTftf to UawaS er care. sesr g mallest expense. The regular annual excursion to aw,,'. .ri- - - " - saA a old Polat Comfort in charge of, Mr, m JwmK "I"i l"'"was sWlMmm fsrasw IsaraWe esss, W. Af Wilftts, T. P. A., wilt be run huivB ao madam! Sfianrin Tata far sense asstf Ced liver fiHhv cosofWiemeV as a;asav raaacsa m wsasw oww i is a perpetual call upon humanity, and a greater incitement to tenderness and pity than any other motive whatever Thackeray. Dependence PJlfrflBP?. oTwsiklai MBfcf It U Sramtt a 'Ij Mer TTJ" Thursday, July 26th, Via of CO iS: H. Ilichcstofall in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report W. railway, from BenVtr Dam, mi regular train, leaving nt j:.vi a. in., connecting with seashorc'specials, which leaves I. & N UniotijStation at 1:30 p. m. The round tri f to old Point Comfort is only f 15.5Q and the tickets are good until August 17U1, with stopover tickets returning 6nly, This trip surpasses any otTet ed the traveling public wnetrj you consider the small expense andjtlie many delightful diversions .offered. Grand and beautiful scenery, invigorating ocean mountain air, THE DEAR, SWEET FACE. voyage, palatial entertainment at the door when tho man who drovo tbo Hygeia Hotel and a visit to the CapThere's a face I lorn most desrlr team camo out of tho barn, A face I seldom see, " 'Hey,' says he, 'tho constable's ital if so desired. It's features cut so clearly How sweet It is tome. waiting for you fellows. He's over The low rate of $2 50 per day has I'roloruccdforlo! these many years to tho hotel been secured at the Hygeia Hotel for This drar face to pm--- ;, "Maybe I and the colonel didn't Tc fpf I that it was mine alone special- - Kvcry atall who go on the To fondle aiul(rarr run. Wo just lit out and hung tention atfd courtesy WiU be extended Hut as the years slide swl ft along. around In tho brush until It was And zephyrs ccntly blow to ladies without escorts. Choice of Thro whiskers mine that once were brown. plump dark. Then wo crawled back routes returning, between Richmond Hut now as white as show, to tho hotel, but the constable waa Possession of this dear, sweet face and Clifton Forge, will be given, enaA long way off still seems; still sitting thero. t see it ever and anon bling those who desire to visit Lynch''Then the colonel tried to make a liut mostly In my dreams. burg, Natural Bridge and other points bolt to tho woods and tho constable I've tried and tried and tried again I'd giro shirts, cuffs and collars saw him. With a wholo pack in full of interest. To press onco moro the dear, sweet face cry after us, the colonel and I ran Sleeping car rates will be $4.00 j)cr That's stamped on silver dollars. Jake Adelfth. In Ilrooklyn Life. down the hill. I guess we outdisberth, from Louisville to old Point tanced the constable and his crew. Comfort, to be occupied by one or two ONE DAY'S FISHING. But after awhile they came after us persons, and applications forsleeping with lanterns and we had to run car space should be made at once to "Like n blooming Idiot," said tho again. Up in the heavy brush they W- - A. Wilgus, 53 Fourth Street, major, "I agreed to take tho colonel lost us, and when we got our wind Louisville, Ky. For further particuwo struck out for tho railroad. fishing. lars address as above or call on Agent "The nearest station was ten "Well, tho next afternoon, which of the C. O. & S. V. R. R. was Sutunlny, ho came around with miles off, and tho colonel was nearly a Ashing rod that I guvn him, and dead before we got half way there. when I got Into tho cub blamo mo if He sat down on a tie and swore voruoitift. Miss Olive Carson, of Hartford, ho didn't havo n trunk. 'Got my that ho was dying. Ho was wet spent last week in our community, things in that,' said lie, and inuy I through and about tho moot miseraeternally fry if there weren't things ble man that ever cussed a streak of the guest of Miss Georgia Pirlle. enough in that trunk to stock a hard luck. Mr. Alva Carter, Misses Lula Phil"Tho ;olonel got so bod that I got lips, Sallie Porter, Inez York, Cora pawnshop. By god, ho hud everything from evening elothes to a some chips and started a fire by the Allen aud Katie Ccombcs attended patent bootjack. But lie hunu't railroud track. Ho lay down beside church at Adaburgh Sunday. They them any more," and tho major it and began to get dry. Ho was report a plasant time. just beginning to grunt when thero chuckled. Miss Georgia Hickey and Mr, "Wo sturtcd for Mud Run, out in was a roar down tho road and John Djdson, of Adaburg, spent Sat- Pennsylvania. I'd never been thero the train came puffing round tho urday with friends and rclathci in before, but a man told mc there was curve. "The first thing tho engineer saw, good fishing there. He was a Har, this neighborhood. I guess, was our fire, and then you Mrs. J. Walter Allen and children by tho way. "About tho time wo got started should havo heard the racket. He visited friends aud relatives in the tho colonel wanted to smoke, and by just turned all his steam Into hla Washington neighborhood a few days tho hind hobs of Gehenna if he old whistle and tooted llko a fiend last week. hadn't packed all the cigars in that possessed. Tho train camo to a Miss Sue Duke attended Sunday bloody trunk. When I cussed ho standstill by our fire, and then the School at Victory Sunday evening. tried to got up in tho baggage car conductor camo racing up, swearing Rev. J. B. Ferryman will fill his and was nearly killed. Then he got awfully. Igotout. The colonel exregular appointment nt Victor)' soino bad cigars from tho porter and postulated, but they were so mad growled for an hour steady; Pretty that they were going to thrash him. next Sunday at o'clock. soon ho wanted a drink and tho I got on the platform of the last car, Touch-me-no- t. whisky was in that confounded and blow me if they would let tho colonel get on. He prayed and trunk. Hnitttrky feolillrr Iteiin ou. "Tho woman at the hotel where pleaded, but the conductor said no, The Annual Reunion of the Kenwe got out said it was too lato to and the train started, with the colotucky Soldiers will be held at get anything to eat, aud tho colonel nel doing more cussing. Wednesday andThursday, "When the lost car was abreast, got mad and called roe a burbling August 15 and' 16, I1894. All old chump for dragging him out Into the however, tho colonel grabbed the soldiers invited to attend. Col Crad-dochand bar and hung on for his life. wilderness. Hon. Pat Rush, Dr. C J. Wal"When tho boy waked us in the He took steps about four yards long ton, Committee on Arrangements, morning the colonel kicked because and when the train got going he just will make ample preparation for the ho had to get up so early. Ho had sailed out behind. I yanked and pulled till got him aboard. entertainment of all vi&itois. A large tho deuce of a timoflndhighis things thought hoI was going to die. Myl I But in that infernal trunk and ho kicked attendance ol the old soldiers and he didn't. After&whllo he began because I got impatient. their friends is cordially requested,. "Tho woman at tho hotel looked swearing again, and then I felt reBy order of Gen. 15. II. Hobson, queer when wo got down. 'Going lieved. President. Dan O'Rilky, Sec'y. "After we had gone about ten fishing?' soys she. (You'd better look out for tho constable. It's miles we got up in the car. The HIIOKTCREEIi. against the law to fish round here colonel went first, but he hadn't Blackberry picking and oats har- - Sundays.1 taken two steps when he fell back vesting is the order of the day, with a gasp. colonel got suspicious, "Then the " 'What's the matter says I. Mrs. Geo. 7. Brack, Caneyville, was and said ho didn't want to bo locked "'Matter?' says he. 'The constaup. I got him into tho wagon and guest of her son, W, E. Brack,last the x the driver says: 'Better look out for ble's in that car week. "And, sure enough, he was. Then Miss Bettie Weller, of Ohio county, tho constable. It's against the law wo went out on the step and sat in to fish round hero Sundays.' is the guest of her sister Mrs, W. K. " 'Say,' says tho colonel, 'I'm not the cold. Tho colonel shivered till Brack, going to get locked up and bring ho rocked tho car and he more than Miss Dalsie, daughter of Dr. Frank eternal disgrace upon my family.' I lit into me. Say, I've been sworn at Tilford, is spending the week with choked him off finally, and wo in fifteen different languages, but her grandmother, Mrs. Julia Tilford started. Then we met a farmer and the way the colonel Balled into mo Mr. Marion Patterson died on July ho Mowed that we'd get in trouble if was art. I sat there and groaned at his home near Tousey, of con- wo fished on Sunday. Tho driver and for about twenty miles tho train 7th grinned and tho colonel, llko the left a streak of blue behind. sumption. "Wo rod(on the tall of that car Mr. S. T. Hall is teaching a class eternal galoot ho is, says: 'I told you so It took mo about ten minutes for fifty miles and tbe colonel sworo invodal music at New Hope Church, to choko him off, but ho growled all all tho way. Every time we came to Messrs. Frank Kiper and Willie tho way to .a station wo got off and hid. And the stream. Shaw left this week for Illinois. "Say," continued tho major, "did after every station the colonel was Mr. Lcn Crawford and Miss Mollie you ever see tho colonel catch trout? worse than over "Finally, it got so bad that I got Litsey were married at the residence No? Well, neither did anybody else. of the bride's parents, Mr. Geo. Lit- Ho couldn't catch a trout in a week desperate and went into tbe car. of leap years. By ged, it was a sight The constable was gone. I asked a Marir, sey on July 4th. man in the back seat to seo him whip the stream. It was likedrivingbalky mules over a broken where the constable was, and he VHONWKLL bridge. Ho banged that river until told mo that tho constable had left Hot, dry and dusty. And Miss Ant Patterson is in town, the half tho fish in it were seared to tho train an hour before. death, aud I guess ho thought ho could thero wo tjvo blooming chumps sat guest of Miss Uffie Kahn. catch trout by knocking them stone on that platform all that time. The farmers are busy harvesting "I let the colonel sit there for dead with his rod. He lost about their oats. two dozen flies trying to cast half about an hour more before I went The Masonic Picnic at Cromwell tho length of his rod and then he got out and told him. And then you big his lino all tangled up in tho bushes. should have heard him curse. It on July 14th promises to be success, Masons of all lodges are inDid you ever hear tho colonel swear? was awful, and I had to leave him. Well, hod carriers and river pirates I haven't seen him since." vited. Just then a limp figuro camo aren't in it with tho colonel. Talk Hon, B. L. D, Gufly and CongressWhy, slouching around the corner. When man A. B. Montgomery will address about breaking the Sabbath. it suw tho major, thero was a start the people of Cromwell and vicinity tho colonel swore enough to send an of surprise. It made a vain attempt army to pedltion for eternity. on Saturday, July 14th, Tho major "Whilo tho colonel was cussing to escape discovery. With regards to the good old everything in sight tho driver camo saw, and with a dash he secured tho C. L, T. I am, tearing down tho road, waving his cringing form. It was the colonel -"Colonel," said tho major, "let hands like a windmill in full sail. he yelled, 'tho constable's bygones be bygones." "'Hii' "They are," said the colonel coming, and hoV after you, 'too. You'd better get. Cut up through "Let's take a drink." And they did. N. Y. World. tho woods there, and I'll meet you at tbo turn of tho pike The Dog's Sense of Smelt. "Wo didn't know where tho turn colonel of tho pike was, but the It has often been proved that grubbed mo by tho arm and hustled dogs are able to track their masters up into tho woods. When wo got through crowded streets where it OvtrcofM by Ul$ unfowHK under cover ho was steaming llko a would bo impossible to attribute The man with kidney disease may first apply soap factory, and cussing mo, too. their accuracy to anything except for relief from dropsy or akin eruptions, or tbe ,MWhatln the name of thunder tho sense of smell alone. A natur woman with kidney disease, or femslo weakness may first apply for treatment for lame backer did you over bring mo out hero for? alist onco mado some interesting fullness about the eyes, or moth on tbe face. You want to get mo arrested, do experiments as to this power as exFeople often find themselves In tbe situation so apUy figured by tho Hon. John Allen of Mlis , you?' hibited in Ids own dog. In these the wit of tbe 61st Congress. Here is htscele "I was that speechless i that tests the naturalist found that his rhyme " le t ay" on tbe floorof tysa Booae brated couldn't answer. I just stood and dumb friend could follow' in the to tbe treat amusement of that body. looked at him. Pretty soon I re- tracks of his, master, though he was " There's Wanny runs tbe post ottee And Levi runs tbe bar, f covered, far out of sight, and that, too, after baby mas tbo White Bouse While " 'Brought you out here?' said I. no less than eleven persons had folAad- -d a It here we are." Well, it's ao wltb tbe afflicted To avoid those 'You blooming blot of idiocy, who lowed, stepping oxactly in tho tracks Ms, or to euro them, Pr, Fenner's Kidney and brought you out hero? You camo mado by his master, It being tho de- dlsappokt The Rev. Baekaoas Cere will not yourself liberate intention to confuse the" A. J. afeacbaat, lata pretldlae; Bktor, Grove "Then tho colonel got madder than senses of the dog if possible. Fur: Ctly,Pa.Apr.41,wrUesj "ForMyeersZ entered wltb kidney difficulty aad wed only t ever, and ho wouldn't talk again. ther experiments proved that the bottle of Dr. Fenner's Kidney and Baekacbe But that was a mercy. animal tracked the boots instead of Cure. I nave had leas hickacfca In the last 10 years tean I formerly bad In WsskHrtes, I feel "It was getting along toward dark the man, for when the naturalist Money refunded K nWrely cured.' when we got to the hotel. Tha put on new footgear the dog failed XI Take borne abojito-4ay- . aapruiwHffi colonel was prancing up to tho-froutlrely. GAUD. Baking Powder OWJiNSBORO, KY. Will practice his profession in Daviess and adjoining counties, Special attention given to collections. Oflice, Bank of Commerce Building. Jna, N, LAWYER, Ulenn, J W LTTLE, J.N, It. Wnltlliw ABSOULTTELY PURE LAWYERS, HARTFORD, KY. (Office, over Anderson' IlAzaar.) GLENN & WEDDING, surf-bathin- yil practice their profession in nil the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and .court of Apneais, (Special attention given to criminal practice ' and collections. " HARTFOnn, iiY. Wih practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties and court of Anneals. Special attention given to collections. Oflice east side of public square. i pur Tamos t it f BX).R!0O K.D.GUFFV. attorneys ggt gaw, Will practice 111 all courts of Ohio and adjoining couuties, Superior Court and Court of Appeals. Collections and nil legal business attended to. Oflice 329 K. Market St. . GrVLfftT 6c Kingro, R. R. WEDDING, Attorney at Law, Beaveii Dam, Ky. Will practice his profession in all tho courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. M. L. Hkavkin. HEAVR1N Sxihuiv Taylor; & TAYLOR. Attorneys at Law j HARTFORD, KY. Will practice thier profession in all the Courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties, and in the Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office, in County Attorney's office, in Court House. t 1 1 Perry Westerfield, Mum-fordsvil- le Attorney at Law. Beaver Dam, Ky. k, tranriT w, Hartford, Ky. counties and Court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office over Carson & Co. practice WILL courts of his profeseion in all Ohio aud adjoining W. H. BAR1MES J. R. PIRTLE 1 twm? HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, reasonable. Office Bell's Drug Store, 1 DENTIST Is prepared to do any and nil kinds Prices most of Dental Operations. oer Williams $: red-nose- d iaVHwii DENTIST. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Is prepared to do all kinds of Dental work at reasonable prices. 1 I I9A IN DOLLARS 1 J made easily and honorably, without capital, during your spaio hours. Any man, voman,loy, or gil can do tho w ork h.uul-ilTalking tin without experience. necessary. Nothing llko It for.noncy-makin- g ever Qffcrcil before. Our workers No time uastcHl In always prosper. learning tho business. Wo teach ou In a night how to ttuccecd from tho llr&t hour, You can mako a trial without expense to yourself. Wo start ou, mrnlah everything needed to carry on tho business successfully, and guru anted yon against failure if you but follow our Header, If simple, plain Instructions. you arc In need of ready money, and want to know all about tho best paying busluess beforo tho public, send na oin address, aud we will malt you a document glvhur you all tho particulars, PER MONTH Own Locality Your Vt TRUE 400, CO., Augusta. Main. rmiM-hou- " Mtlsfae-ttoaaetflve- a. caa 4ra brolen down Jrom otenrork ot U rabulM tha lysteni, ald il ijreUoD, rciiwt Manr Persons Drowu'tf Iron ISJttor ' eof UiojvuuUw r1 K: ; . L"iUWJiJjWWIMBrT-- i QurWbrd Mnna f plovers pi fQ, and most all, that body Tho Republicans of tho Secresolutions was adopted li I to lYnchrrV IiinlltutP Mill Ilu at tho American 011 me 11 rtir II nil, II union!, Amotion was made and carried to ond Apollnto District Moot; More. Aitdrcrts, v i JO, R. ROUKIIN, Am i:.mr niiT rniTrlclor". ; In tho Grayson Capital. proceed with tho uuminatlouHA Mr. farmer, who have no ends which iiitvn,ll,'Hn,T !MiI,!mimI 4 on L. B. Bkan, I Ml Mr rixv IA)n. theso undeserved hardships will bcrve. Friday, July, 20. 1894. J. P, Uaswell, or J)icckiurldgcsiiiadtt Hartford, Ky. If I Such is the bitter fruit that long years Thryllolil nn i:ntliiilniflr Content a rousing speech and placed iu nomilion nnii Nnmlnnt JiiIk It. I. Domooratio Ticket nation the Hou 11. L D GufTy, of Instructor Prof. John C. WilliJ, QUARTERLY REPORT of Democratic poisonous sophistry has it.Uufry, nrMurtf'tiilomi. ron county Jtrncu;, Butler county, sccoudcl by the Hqu, of Shelbyvjlle, brought forth. We nre authorized to announce of Tiin PROGRAM. Could tho Republican party have MIM'II EVTIICAIAKM AM) OICATORY. W. S. Taylor, ol Butler, K. T. Williams 9 n 111.; Invocation Rev. 0. J. S. I?, Smith, of Daviess county, --Bean Eveiiy teacher should come to the allayed this? We think not, Noth As the Democratic nominee for Count read a long letter from John Fcfand, Organization. Recess. ty Judged Ohio county. Election, Institute next week determined to ing short oi Democratic ascendency declining to allow his name befjrc Welcome Address Mrs. J. S. R. in tho National Government, which November 6, 1S94. spend the time so well that ho will Wedding. the convention. happily occurred in November 902, Response Prof. C. M. Crowe. be able to teach a better school by K. T. Pranks then moved to make Ropublican Ticket. could have fully demonstrated the NOON. work. reason of tlio week's the nomination of Judge GuiTy mini-imou- s Klrrtlon, oi,0 of County At' tho OI030 of Business on hollow shams and promiscuous frauds 1:30. Organisation Appellate Judge H. L.D. GuOy, by acclamation, aud by a rising Teachers Association. For The Hon. C. U. McElroy was yes- oflheincoueislcnt claims, and ground18th day o( Juno Judge John 1. Morton. For Couuty vote, indorsed W. 0, Bradley for Music. 2:15; Krcp.ss For Sheriff Cal. P. Keowti. 1894. terday nominated for Congress in the less charges, which it had iu flamed Spelling Illustrated by class-w2:30 Governor, and Win. McKinlcy for For County Clerk D. M. Hocker. Bb mMk'f vfecfl k Miss Sallle Coleman. Third District by the Democratic the popular mind with tho spirit of President. For County Attorney K. P. Neal. JtKSOURCES. Adjournment. anarchy aud resistance to established Convention at Bcottsville. A motion was made to appoint a For Assessor N. C. Daniel. MONDAY NIGHT. Loauft and Discounts , . .$71,075.87 authority. For Jailer John W. illack. committee to notify Hou. B. L. I). Program to be prepared. 2C4.li 0erdratts; seemed . . . Mr. G. W. Long is a model For Surveyor G. S. Fitzhugh. Is the culmination of this spirit of TUESDAY. . 594.3 Overdraws, unsecured . . GufTy of his nomination He was For Coroner G. C. Westerficld. presiding officer as all who attended unrest, developing the Debs's, the introduced by John Feland, Jr., and W.9:30; Devotional Hxerciscs Rev. Due from National Banks ii,i 15.58 magistrates: Music O. Stewart. the Leitcb'fibld Convention will testily Coxeys and the Kclleys, a mere coinDue from State banks nud made n speech of acceptance, the Hartford A. S. Aull. Reading; Paper P. P. Stum. Bankers 45.59 Rosine C. L. Woodward, tenor of which clearly defined his class work Miss Kntie Banking house nnd lot f3 ,000.00 Tin: Commercial Club is a good cidence with a Democratic AdmiuU Ciomwell Jont B. Wilson. . . 35632 72 position, nud he promised tocatry to Coombes. Specie tration? or aro there facts that would business thermometer. Fordsville Music, Select Reading Miss Km Currency 2,044.00 success the party in November. A establish a relation between them? Buford ma Moscly, 1,500 00 Furniture nud Fixtures , motion to thank the officers for their construm;: Music. A TJmrlry HntncrMlon. . The abandoning of tho Free Trade 10:30; Rkckss. Current expenses . . , ,867.12 fairness, by 15. T. Franks, nnd secI losea Shown. Hartford Writing I. C. Hoover; IllustratKENTUCKY LEADER. theory and the adoption of the much Rosine Thomas Allen. onded by John Feland, was carried, ed IC. R Ray. 594.U9.29 In 181)5 there will bo a campaign denounced doctrine of protection iu Cromwell K. B. Martin. Recitation Miss Lavinia Myers. ' ntid a motion was carried to adjourn. i nui'i'v. LIABILITIES.1, ji'Don li. 1.. In the Wilson makeshift, coupled with for Stnto officers in Kentucky. Fordsville NOON. G, W. Lom:, ClMinu.ui. Buford nearly every Republican weekly we tho abandoning of tho Stnto Rank 1:30 Association; 1 hour. Music. Capital .stck paid iu, In cash$25,ooo. 00 Pursuant to call, the Republicans Wiu. P. Scott, 8,250.00 Surplus luud 2:30; Mental Arithmetic: Paper find nu expression of opiniou in favor issue, is but a sickly confession of the of the Second Appellate District of , 4,204.02 John B Taylor; Illustrated by class Undivided profits . . Jo B. Roouus, Kentucky met iu Convention nt of this or that candidate for Govenor. lusinccrity oi the Chicago platform. Due Depositors 56,571.67 work William Poster. Music. Secretaries. Is it then a matter of wonder that Leitchfield on,Wedue.sday July, 18th. Written Arithmetic. Paper Lee H DueSt'tebanks&Srtclk'rs Nothing is said about the balance of 59.00 LiUTciii'iilM), Kv , July 18, I804. . . Due National Banks Mills; Illustrated, Dr. Way land Alex54 60 the ticket. No one man can carry the labor unions, which made a Dem- The Convention was called to order ander. S. Taylor, at 1:50 by Chairman findthis State for the Republicau party. ocratic Administration possible, Institute-News- . Mur$94,139.2') upon Rev. 1$ I, Shcppard There must be unanimity of purpose ing themselves victorious iu a iulso who called TPF.SDAY NIGHT. Stat Koi' Kiwttckv, hh to lead in praer. After u feeling Program to be prepared. Countvoi'Ohio or the canvass will result us it has in theory and still more false leaders by Chairman made n ringing WHDNHSDAY. which wages aro reduced oue-hul- f John II. Barnes, Cashier of Beaver and prner the the past, in the defeat of the ticket, 9; Devotional K.xcrcises Dr. J. S. Dam I)cosit Bank, n bank located sptcli, mentioning the fact thnt this Iu n State where there is such a with onelmlfof their number thrown Coleman. Music. was the fir.st time in thirty ears that doing.tbusirtes in the town of Composition; Paper Miss Mollie and Democratic majority as in Kentucky, out of employment, should grow restBcaverbatu.in said county.being duthe Republicans had met to nominate Tunstall. Discussion. rf ly sworn, snys that the foregoing and turbulent nud wreak a candidate lor Appellate Judge. He the nominees for minor places ou the less 10:30; Kl.CKSS. is in alt respects a true statement Republicau ticket ought to be selected vengeance on the authors of tlipir then announced the sclccuoa of temPaper Richard of the condition of the said bank nt 10:45; Grammai; Foster; Illustrated bv clans work R. the close ot business on the iSth with as much consideration as wo give misfortunes? porary officer as follow;.; G W, Lo.ig day R. Ray. Mr. Cleveland should handle the as temporary Chairujian; Jo, B. Rogof June. 1S94, to the best of his Although the election of a Sena the head of the ticket. There is a NOON. knowledge nnd belief; nnd further says tor from this District is more than sufficiency of good material on hand, Debs's aud Coxeys with care, as they ers, of Ohio county, and Will P. 1:30; Music. Association. Music. that the business of said bank has twelve mouths m the future yet the but the trouble is, as it always has nre creatures oi his party. Cleveland' Scott, of Muhlenberg, Temporary Sec2:30; Ri:ci:ss. Ikx'u transacted at the location namGeography; Paper Mrs. J.A.Weil-ding- ; ed, nnd not elsewhere; nnd that the interest which is already being felt been, to bring it to the front. There troops may quell the riots, but they retaries On motion of A. D, James, Illustrated by class work John aliove report is made in compliance everywhere iu the great campaign of is no danger that our leader will bo a cannot quell the fiery spirit his fa- -. ot Muhlenberg, seconded by N T B. Wilson. with an official notice received from p s mous message uas Kinuieu iu uie Howard, of Morgantown, the Cluir man, but the next year readers it necessary for the Map Drawing; Paper CM, Hicks. the Secretary of State, designating WIJUMttjlJAY MOllT. people to begin to cast ubout for a should be fully as worthy for their minds of his followers. The return oi appointed the Committee on Creden18th day of June, 1894, as the C, Willis, of the Address the Republicau party to power aud tials as follows: A. D, Jnir.es, Muhday on which such report shall be successor to the Hon. C. S, Taylor, potts as the commandcr-in-clhef- . Bu- Shelbyvillc, Prof John Ky. made. who drew a short term. By reason It has been suggested by the friends with its policy of giving full employ- lenberg; N. T. Howard, Butler; V B THURSDAY. Subscribed nnd sworn to before me A Gibson, 8 Devotional Hxerciscs Prof. K. by wages to all the Burton, Breckenridge; of the custom which has for to long of the leading candidates that as the ment at remunerative 9; John II. Barnes, the 20th day of K, Shaver, of McLean of Ohio nnd J, R. Ray. Music Rowan Homirook, June, 1S94, obtained among us, it is Muhlenberg's names ot the various aspirants for laborers in the land, which will occur II-History; Paper L L Stewart; Motion was then made that aCommitte Clerk Ohio County Court. turn to furnish the next Senator. political honors bo put in a hat and as fast as our electoral system will of three be appointed lustratcd by class work Z. on Organfeiton 'DySiiKUiv Taylor, D. C. Shultz. p And while it is neither the province drawn nut one at a time, the first one admit, will be the oil upon the troub A substitute was offered for a member J. II. IUnkks, Cashier Recitation Mym McKenncy. nor the desire of the Republican to to run for Governor and the others ted waters. R. P. HoCKKH, Director. Substit te was fioui each county. 10:30; Ur.cr.ss. Music. 8 Iu the meantime we shall watch defeated and original motiju ' J no. H. Uaknks, say one word against the candidacy for Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of Dr. 12 B. Pen10:30; Physiology I, P, Barnard, of any of Muhlenberg's noble and State, and so ou down the line. This the soweis of the wind reap the whirl13. Mont- dleton; class work, J. W, Petty. C, M: Barnett, of Ohio; M.J. Roark, NOON. Shamuopk. gifted sons, yet on a calm survey of so nt id 9 well enough, but there are ob wind. Muhlenburg, 1$ S. Latuastus, Butler, 1:30; Association. inthe field the only logical conclusion jection to it. It would be better for Committee on Permanent OrganizaOf condition of the 2:30; RtiCi.53. Music. Whether Pasteur and Koch's pecu- tion, the convention to decide in the old While the Committ'es w ere ou is that the talented Dr. A. IX James, 2:45; Civil Government; Paper; G, liar modes of treatment will ultimateS. Fitzhugh; Remarks Prof. John C. preparing their reports a call was of Pen rod, is the proper man for the way, by balloting, who is to be the ly prevail or not, their theory of Willis. 01' madeiorjohn Pel an 1, Jr to make a place. He possesses undoubted abili- leader. Then take the strongest man THURSDAY NIGHT. is thecorrctone, for-th-e This he did creating much speech. next place, and con ty as a statesman; has served his par- in sight To be furnished by Hartford Bar. though not original. It was on this cnthu.siasm by his eloquence and MurFRIDAY. ty aud the people of his county and tiuue on this line until the entire theory that Dr. J. C. Ayer, of LowRKSOURCIvS." sound doctrine 9; Devotional Hxerciscs; Rev. 15. K. with honor and satisfaction, ticket lias been filled with the bestnia State ell, Mass., nearly fifty )ears ago, for Pate. Mumc. Committee ou Credentials repotted Loam $65,151 Ht aud is withal a man of great worth in terial 111 the State. The primary ob9U5; Science and Art of Teaching, Overdrafts, secured mulated Aycr'a Sarsaparilla. as follows: Allen County is not repevery respect, one who would fill the ject ought to be the success of the Teachers in Overdrafts, unsecured . , 1,642.91 Professional Training 153.64 resented. Butler couuty is representCollege Dr. W, Alexander. position with credit to himself aud party, not the advancement of indi- "EdiiCHte Due from Banks 7,763.35 the leop!r' N ilir Unlrh- - ed by W. S. Talor. S. H. PIccner, J. Iu Normal School and Summer Banking house and lot . His candidacy would viduals, in order that they may conconstituency. 3,000.00 nnrd. School IS, R. Ray. W. Day, E. Neal, N. T. Howarl, P. Furniture and Fixtures . , 1,000.00 TOLEDO W.ADR meet the hearty approval of Ohio trol the Federal patronage in the 10: o Rixnss. M, Kmbrcy and others, iui:.ris. Cash in sate 8,696 13 When we believe wholly and entirecounty Republicans, and owing to the event ot the election of a Republicau 10:15; What makes the Teacher? Debts iu suit July 15. At the near approach of 668.54 Cumberland county by Dr W God. Music. ly in a principle, we are prone to fact that in the face of the earnest President in 1890. themectirg of the Ohio County Paper; Ida M. Smith. Stocks aud Bonds 1,341.67 What Mars the Teacher? Paper think that other people will, as soon frey Huute. Breckenridge cou y Baptist Ministers Institute at Cool The Leader proposes to take no solicitations of friends, ho refused to by John i. Unwell, Jr., Willis Dock-'crW. II. Barnes $89,418.05 enter the race for Congress iu the side iu the contest. It matters little as it is brought to their attentive aud Jessie Kskridge and others. Sptiug Church on July 24th and 25th; NOON. LIABILITIKS. t .e President respectfully urges evwho the no mi, consideration, also believe in it nnd Third District, his cause would no to it, as n newspaper, i!3o; Association, Daviess county by Franks, Poland, Capital Stock act on that belief or that, if they $30,000.00 Rr.cirss, doubt be doubly strong in Butler and nee may be. The Republicans of Kimble and Mahan. Todd county ery minister iu the county to be . . . 52,839.71 Due Depositors oppose it, it is from sinister and in 2:30; Miscellaneous Business. present. The aims and objects of Kentucky must make a winning fight his home county, of Muhlenberg. by proxy John Feland, Jr. Due other Banks 430.17 terested motives, rather than from All persons who expect to teach or Profit and Loss account . . 4,948.17 to redeem the old Commonwealth, Ohio couuty by I. C. Adair and this organintiou arc well known aud sincere disbelief. Unconsciously, no 1,200.00 if well attended would be of great who contemplate applying for certifi- Dividend No. 20 That The Repuulican always and the times are ripe for the venture. no doubt, but quite certainly, this at- others, county by proxy W. S. benefit not only to the ministers but cates in the county are required to Warren was ahead of its contemporaries but Let us lay aside petty animosities; let titude of mind lias had much to do $89,418,05 to all the body of the church, Dar attend the full session of the InstiTaylor. principle prevail over personal preju more especially ahead of the Courier S. K, COX, President. with the eiToit to force the question brethren do not fail to be present on tute, Jo. B. Rookrs, Co. Supt. Simpson county by Jas. Henry. Journal, ostensibly published daily at dice: put a full ticket in the field of of prohibition into the arena of polithis occasion, for the Master wants Hancock county by Dan Kcovvn rCST IT QC1ITITC Louisville, Jc Hereon county, KyM is the best and most influential roeu iu tics, ftf UtCAUTT. diligent and faithful workers in His ourTrrth. undisputed, a recent instance serving the party, make a thorough crnvase; It is perfectly clear to us that work n id J. S. Puqtn G aton ounty by G W, Long, vineyard; the churches want intelliDr. II. S. Woods, of Leitchfield, merely to iudicato the well known appeal to the reason and intellect ot must proceed on the educational line, gent and consecrated pastors, and Ky,, will be at the Hartford House on the voter, and whatever bo the re- by bringing men first to a realizing Dan U'Riley and others, fact. Last Friday's Ri:imimcan apthis Institute is a means of supplying Monday, July 23, to remain a few McLean county by J K "Shiver, sult, we will have the satisfaction of knowledge of the evils of the Rum peared announcing, tuirty.six hours having done well our part. these wants. Come prepared to make days. Dr. Woods has Mtthlenl erj county by Dr A. D. 30 years extraffic; and, second, by convincing before the Muhlenberg Convention, this occasion the most successful iu perience in the practice of dentistry CREAM James, M J. Rxirk, W. 1 S:itt an them that these evils can not be remthe roan who would cairy the instruct the history ol the body. IlcttiliiK the WfilrlwJiiil. and makes a speciality of the diseases D.J, Fleiuming, H. B. Tiylor, Sec'y. The violent disturbances iu labor edied so long as that traffic contiuues. tious iu the race for the Republican ot the mouth and the extraction of Monroe county by proxy G, Judge. circles within the last few weeks, at- That is the work that needs doing; Img. nomination for Appellate II the hair has been made to grow teeth by the use of Dento the painline on which every enerFOR YEARS Thirtv-si- x hours after the Convention tended by immense gangs ot tramps that is the Logan county by W. II Liwrcnce. u natural color ou bald heads in less tooth extractors local auxthctic gy should be spent. Has lod all Worm RemedlM, with bad instructed in accordance marching into the nation's Capita), His prices while in Committee on pvuuncnt orgtniza-tio- u thousands of casep, by using Hali's of great value EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. Probably the first woid that rises f Hartford wilt be just of what reported as follows: Tiik Rkpuiimcan forecasts, or three has led many minds to conclude that Hair Hcncer,wliy will it not iu your BOLD EVERYWHERE, to the Hps of a prohibitionist who has your local dentists charge. Your committee ou permanent or5ot2 days after our paper was issued, the Herbert Spencer was right when ho Trfn4 hf BMMABBMI IIDICII1CO., IT. LOCII. cac? read thus far, is; "But an education for repot t recommend ganization OourierJournal came out stating the said that "civilization had passed its al campaign will take so much time! that the temporary organization he Muhlenberg Convention "had gouo meridian and must henceforth de And all the while men are beinr ruinthe other way," and it took that slow cline." The spirit of tyrafiical despot- ed, body and soul, through the con- made the Permanent organisation, going sheet until Tuesday of this ism in the arbitrary control of peoples' tinuance of the traffic! We must Respectmlly submitted, C. M, BARNT.TT, week to give its readers an item pubproperty, the abridgment ot the reach pjohibition more quickly!" Ah, M, J, KOAKK, lished in ThkRki'UHMcan lour days, rights ot the traveling as well as the would that we might, brother! But K, S, LtMASTCS, before. If it is true, as it appears whipping public, by labor unions, that how can it be reached otherwise? Aie Committee, recognize no authority higher than we to go on fighting hopeless battles from the above facts, that Tin: Ri On motion the chair appointed the (o-Edaeatioyear by year? How long will it take nal puijlican, published once a week, is Trade Assemblies, is indeed, calculatflon-etaria- n. published ed to shake popular confidence iu the to reach prohibition by that line,good following committee ou resolutions: four days ahead of the C-J, B. Rogers, Ohio; J. W. Mahan, seven times a week, how far ahead steady progress ot a higher civilization, friend? Meade; Fred Meredith, I;dmondson; issued only aud to induce the philosopher to won would wo be if the C-The Blade knows perfectly well S. 15 Smith, Daviesp; A. D. James, once and The Republican seven der if we have not, niter nil, adopted that so long as the saloon exists men Muhlenberg, answer tho Republicau form of Government will fall its victims. We know that times a week? Let the V--J While the committee was piepariug within the century, and at once or permanently. But let us not like the the longer it exists the stronger the their report Hon. K. T. Franks was der The Republican for its reporters ancients, who attributed the eel ipso Rum Power intrenches itself. Hence, called lor a speech, which he made tf WAYLAND ALEXANDER, P11 D.( Prea't that they may keep up with the of the sun to the displeasure of the wherever there is a state which has with a right good will. , WILLIAMOSTER, Jit., A. M Vice Prcs't Gods, blindly refer these turbulent only a minority of Prohibitionist, we times only 81,23, iu advance. The committee ou resolutions anHigher Mathematics, Literature anil Natural Language, Mental and Mqml Philosophy, disturbances to an inevitable late oi are iu favor of any measure that will nounced ready, nnd made the followScience. v it curb Rum Power, and which regThe Leitchfield Convention was a civilization, but like the modern as ulatesthe trafic, no matter wh it it ing report, which was adopted: O. M. 8IIULTZ, Ph. B the We, the Republicans of the Second very interesting aud enthusiastic one, trouomcrs seek some potent cause be. We favor high license rather MISS EMMA,A. MQrfELEY, B. ArHMi .W I Mathematics and English. .v Appellate District of Kentucky, in i resulting in the nominatiou of Judge capable of producing such results. than the untaxed saloon ml free convention assembled, would Hiiementaiy lirancues. More than a quarter of a century B. L. D, Gully, ot Butler county, for B. PENDLETON, M. D., prohibition to liwhisky. We prefer E. Resolve, That we endorse the call Judge of the Court of Appeals by ac- ago the Democratic party begau ap cense, but if we can not have prohibiMISS KATIE CdQMBdS, Ph. BJ.U,' under which this convention is held. Lecturer on Philology and Hygiene. The hearty applause pealing to the lowest uuij basest pass- tion, we are willing to take license clamation. i Resolved, That wc leafllrtu tie ' Elementary Brauchca and Kindergarten wbicb followed the nomination was ions of human naturo by the shallow until we get strong enough to abolish JUDGES WALKER & GLENN, principles of the Republican party as members ot pretense that tho Republican party the saloon entirely. evidenco that though the enunciated in the platform adopted M183 LULA WALKER, Lecturers in Law Department. the convention may have differed as was robbing the many for the benefit And to become strong enough, n at the Minneapolis convention iu to who should be the numiuce, yet of tho few. From this text tho Dera majority of the voters must be conPhoDcph 1892 MISS SALLIE M. COLEMAN 4 after he was named nil joined in the ocratic orators have fired the passions vinced that the saloon is an evil, the .X" 1MI6S MARGARETNALL, iu i, Resolved, That its history, of which universal good feeling.antl the determ- of the laborer against his employer cause of poveity, misery, vice and English Grammar, Arithmetic, Historyvand uj we me justly proud, is one ot fidelity TfuTt riuneotal Music and Voico Culture. ination to make a strong fight nil along and kindled n spirit of senseless anComposition. ; crime, and that tliehc results can not to ; the best interests of the Nation, . tagonism of labor against capital, be avoided so long as the cause exthe Hue in the coming campaign, and is a guarantee of what may be which will require time as well as ists, and that the only way to remove expected iu the future. The letter the Hou. John Feland wisdom to subdue. Butiu the mean- the cause is to prohibit the manufacResolved, That the Republican addressed to the chairman oi the time tho more fiery and (inpatient ag- ture aud sale of rum, The friends of remember thnt they patty stand pledged to the protection Was founded fourteen years ago. It ranks amoqg the best and woet thorough institutions of the State. The Leitchfield convention, and which itators, growing tired of Demociatio prohibition must of American labor and American inFaculty are men and women of much experience'aud high education. The work Is graded. Students ,are taught was read before the convention, was reverses, cut loose from the 'present are in advance of public sentiment on dustries. this question. They must labor to the mnt elementary branches, as well as those studies pursued n all tkeklghcr institutions pTlearuIng'; Over'oie a very able statement of the political stock and organized the Populist Resolved, That we invi'e comparand in every way movement, which with its visiouary bring the majority into the front issues of tbo day, hundred graduates have been turned out and are filling very Mhosi&hijpf; honor and trust This ts a school Then the time will be ripe to ison of the prosperous rdministra-tio- n and dhUinguiahed aud impractible schemes lias but ranks. worthy of the able of ex. President Harrison with teachers and those desiring to lay a broad foundation for special and prolettfonol work, Number of matriculairt bring on a contest with thehosUof the served to widen tho breech between mau who penned it. JJ b last year, 7f the largest enrollment in the history of the College. will be as assuted the ptescut administration. saloon, for victory i capitol and labor by spreading auew . Resolved, That we heartily welas defeat is now. The mnjority rules; FttOH. John C. Willih, the gentle, the inflaming dogmas of Democratic nnd when that mnjority is heartily come the large class ol intelligent man who conducts the lustituto next doctrine that tho maetes wore being in favor of prohibition, it will be voters who are daily turning to the , , week, writes Supt. Rogers that be robbed for thebeoefit of the daises, easy, not only to adopt the amend Republican party, which 'hm shown Bbird in bast "pifvate FsmiliBs. $2.50 pirWiik. It is useless to recount the lawless inents and to pass laws in conformity itself capable of enforcing a well dc rjit!oii$IO per Term ol Ten Weeks. will urrivo in Hartford in time for the opeuiug Mouday rooming. Let ev. demonstrations which aroj terrorize therewith, but to enforce the laws and fined policy conducive to the greatest ' interests of the country. ing most American chirp and work to pulverire the Ruin Power. ery teacher ln the same. "r runuHiu;n kvkky hiiday mounino tr'& ,SK:iST.E:S!i: WAl " I mimWJSiJm1JM I ' rammrtaa. nf Appeals, is a man of marked abil ity both as an Attorney and n Jur.st. Hid sturdy honesty and eminent will everywhere beget qualifications that respect and confideuce so necessary to be possessed by those men who are entrusted with the sacred liberty lodged with the Judiciary. ggnod by tho c.iiumittc4, The report of the co uwlttcc on tACHEnB'lWSriTUTS, 1 of eilieiiH known SSEi JUJii up Hi lo JW mouth. Btoro room, only The L. B. Beau, old s(and, best location iu town for gioccry or feed I Beaver Dam DEPOSIT BUNK ot rflH .?. FOR SALE BY ICE Hon, David R. ray, TRACY & SON. Democratic candi date for Congress from this Congrcssion.il District, will re-po- address the citizens of Ohio county at first-clas- aides-decam- the following times and places: thirtford, July 23, 2p m; ford, July 23, p m; Cromwell, July 24, 2 m; Beaver Dam, Ju'y 24, p m. cnV Hon. A. ;xa . m Ik K gomery has been vited to attend and participate in joint debate with Mr ray on the issues of the day Let every body turn out. T Tuneao, '94. .... .... "S .... y, vi T w SI OHMS! 20 ' vf3 . ca ttiVj i 1 WHITE'S VERMIFUGE one-Hal- HARTFORD COLLEGE AND BUSINESS INSTITUTE OIF1 HARTFORD, :KL:ES3ffTTJOX.Y. J, ... A Thoroughly Practical Institution. Book-keepin- 1 m ti 17 HARTFORD CQLLECE h M Fall Course Belui,A.ttffttt 27, for 18 4. "Xftrnte ottloa. mn Iniormfitlon. ti 0mfrnui)t i flte. Uu'Wii'i fr- AfcWLit ..,. PP Wm ""'-- - rr - - -- r - - nWTTr rr TT n ; '' j ii vr- 1 iS f MfgiiilrnMttHtti 3r7 vrfri y iWf 'gWi3Pi1HifTii WttlWW.i i r4fr-rai;-- iwMwywimantypnawwiwVii" Y$r OlAtoup.y W! ftti WIHIaniQ Bell. MMPMWM Wflt UtPOWJ H, VlpUra uiJ MapL t!i!an at tWfll'lWPi In lo Lpi!( n stock of inuitli. FokUvIIU, villclactweck to lay ucio (a iffttfLffi ycslerliy, All sorts orgood tilings to cat at goods. He returned Friday. . from W G. Hardulck'fl. Miss Corinne Cox iclurned itssf eooti Don't et XBXoltecaL! IDOntflt-iaJXeir rrOm. 3a.eett! Warm Weather) ciggesliOns. W Under n Straw Hat. t mi Under a Sun Umbrella. In a Nobby Negligee Shirt. In a Stylish 1 fcr iv ' Rolled Collar. In a Neat ? 7 A Light.Necktie. - iv' ' '&- -- , j .V f iH T . iww- You can complete Your Summer Suit And defy Old Sol. - rfI & h, rt&: ifBj"ar 4 y a. 9t I p ' FAIR BROS. V & CO. r , Have just what you need. iV" y MIWTINK TABLE. GREAT DIG water melons at Tracy & Son. Take a large water melon home with you and let everybody enjoy TkaCv & Son. themselves. MMMuHhL-- t WBST. KKPKCTIVK APRIL 8, No. 5, Mail No. 7, tint. Ex. No. 31, (Local) ... . . . . . Postmaster Griffin has planted a 1894,4:35 p. m. full gr6wn gatling gun in the post 11:48 a. ra. office and says he proposes to lose no . 11:25p.m. . more fair deputies by matrimony. 4.3S P. . 12:50 p. m. 3:25 a. m. 5:54 a. m, EAST. No.JSIail . . . . No. 8, Lirn. Ex . . No. 32, Local) . . H. Mbmick, Ag't, Beaver Dam. Miss Lula K. Johnson left last Mon day for Lebanon and Danville, where she will spend several weeks visiting friends and relatives, afler which she will go to Princeton to live. Mr. J. II. Westerfield, living on the Riley farm on the Beaver Dam road, lost his stables and a large quantity of hay by fire on Wednesday last. Loss from I500 to 700. Friday, July 20, tA 1894. Williams & Brll. Rev. C. W, Hesson, a rising young Mr. p. G. Fair and daughter, Miss S. J. Hocker went to preacher well known and quite popu Bessie, and Miss lar in Ijlartfonj has just returned from I lenderaon yesterday. Greencastle, Ind., where he has been Mrs. J. B. Wilson, who has been attending, school the past two years. sick for9some weeks at the home ot He is at Leitchfield. He will spend Mr. Led Wilson, Brentls, is no better. another year at Greencastle before Remember C. R. Martin, the Jewel- graduating. er, does' all kinds of repairing on Watches, Clocks and Jewelry on shot t notice. ' Dr." S.'X 'Hall, Presiding Elder of theOwensboro District Conference, tisited Jev. K. E. Fate and family Mr Harrison Newcomb,aprominent citizen, of the Clear Run neighborhood, died at his home on the 13th and on Saturday at his own request was baried on the home farm. He was a true, conscientious man, a good neighbor and nn obliging friend. Peace to his ashes. and Tom, Olaton, made a pleasant call at our office yesterday. Born to the wife of R. T. Mosley on th?a8th Inst, a fine 91b. girl. Dr. J. T. MJllcr attending physician. We haVe the best extracts on earth, our own make, Lemon and Vanilla. Mf?. D. Bean and sons, Lawrence Miss; Lula Walker, the efficient stenographer for Taylor & Mc Henry, Attorneys,is again at her work after a few weeks vacation spent at her home in the county and in visiting Henderson and other points. this ' weelc. An infant child of Mr. and Mrs. FA Ward, No Creek, died last Satur- Prof. F. M. Petty is happy and day an4 was buried at the Carson don't you forget it. It is a graveyard Sunday. boy of course born on the 14th inst. Marriage llceusc:C, V. Stanley to av 'Wesley He's fine fellow save his politics Miss Florence Schroader, which is of the Democratic variety StinnettJtoMissElizi M. Welter. J. and of a very pronounced and aggraJJ. Phelps to Miss LuvinaKendall. vated form. His name is Carlisle ten-poun- d i'4 Messrs. H. Hardwick,R.T. Collins, R. D. Walker and Charlie Rogers attended the Leitchfield picnic on Wednesday. All came back whole save Bob who left a large slice of his heart behind. Miss Ella Cox has accepted a position in the Post Office Miss Cox is ayoung'lafbf many rare qualities and IjerfwrWfcme manner will render. ih'ertiry popular with the patrons of Petty and the Honorable Secretary of the Trawmry owes him a horse, saddle anoridle. , vaWc Profs. Rock port Lodge No. 31a; A C. M. Reader, J, B. Rogers, fWrmVOrecimUe, Ky, and S. G. B. Likens, W. N. Stephens, Hart-lor- d Lodge No. 675: W, H. Thomas, tevtfis.oftBwrer Dsm have beta C. to teach the Visa Grove L M. Cox Lodge No. 327; L F, employed High School, at Vine Grove, Hardin Hudson, Ada Lodge No 513. Arkancounty. Thtse young mma are exeal sas; Nathan Anderson, Baker Lodge lent tMcfctrsW their many friends N6. 129, Wsttpolnt; D. Gswmcmi, GarMd Udfi No. 63. wish thtm mcH seeti. J. C. , , Last Saturday night was the regular meeting of Cromwell Lodge No, 420, F. and A. M. at beaver Dam, and a very interesting session was held. The following visiting brethren were in attendance: L. F. W. A. Bell, J G. Williams, John P Beaaett, O, T, Hinea, Walter Har-rel- d, Rus-sel- l, Cirdwell, of the Green-vlll- e Ellis, L Misses Berta Morton and Mnbel Fully four thousand people gather-e- l Brown, Hartford, attended the ice at Leicbfield Wednesday, the oc- cream supper Saturday night. to any part of the city. Try him. casion being the Republican Appeltown yesterday morning Miss Rosa Taylor returned frcin Quarterly court has been in session late Convention. Col. V. O Bradley, Louisville Saturday, accompanied by Mr. Jo. Foster, Kinderhook, who this week with only a moderntely has had typhoid fever, for some time, the Hon. John W Lewis and the Hon. Miss Maimce Barnard. heavy docket. Mrs. Sam Sowders, who was called is thought to be somewhat improved. John Feland had been advertised to speak there on that day and the Cath- to the bedside of her daughter, Mrs, W II Williams wants 150 GAL Wcs Callahan was arrested Wed olic people gave a grand picnic in P. 15 LONSof Fresh Blackberries early Hocker, South Carroll ton, last nesday, charged with stealing a Rogers Park. So that altogether an TUESDAY MORNING, July 24th. week, returned to her home Tuesday. watch from John Duval!, nnd was re- immense crowd was in town and the ' Mrs. Hocker is better. Arrangements have been made for leased on a $100 bond which he exe- Park all day. People had come from Mr. R, P. Hocker aud wife and a game of ball between cuted. The trial comes up nil the surrounding counties to hear Mrs. EliVa Gray visited Mr. Ben I). Leitchfield and the county team at Mr. Shelby Taylor, of the new firm the noted orators and it was quite a Ringo and family Sunday afternoon. the Fair Grounds. The visitors will Miss Attye Austin is visiting Mrs. of Hcavrin & Taylor, Attorneys, has disappointment to the people when it HonbstSam. have a very strong team and a lively July 2i. rented the Hardwlck property, on was learned that neither ofthegentle-me- n G. Rock, 1312 Rubcl Avenue, Louisgame is expected. ' Wnter Melon. could be present. ville. The first of the season, are now for Union Street, and will move in soon. Misses Dora E. Gibson and Sara A fine dinner was served at "the Mr. A. C. Hocker, South Carroll-toHartford cordially welcomes him and Collins returned yesterday irom the sale by Tracy & Son, picnic and, notwithstanding that, the his estimable lady. was in town last week. National Educational Association at Tench er Leitchfield hotels and boarding houses Miss Mabel Poole, Rochester, is The family of Mr. Sam Johnson, were taxed to Asbury Park, N. J. They visited You will find the nicest and most re their utmost capacity visiting relatives and friends here. . Washington, New York, Albany, freshing dtinksnt W. O. Harduick's, who have been living in Hartford the to entertain the people. Mrs. T. J. Smith and daughters, past two or three ears, will leave Niagara Falls aud other points of in- corner opposite the The Fords villes came up and they Misses Jessie and Mary, spent Sunnext week for Princeton, where they and the home team had terest and report a delightful trip. a lively day afternoon in town, the guests of Tii OklahoiiiH. Dr. and Mrs. A. B. Baird, notice of will make their future home. Their bout for six innings in a game of Mrs. J. II. Nave. The meeting at Washington M K stay in Hartford has won for them base ball. Battery Church closed Wednesday night with whose marriage appeared in these for the visitors Mr. C. P. Austin made a flying trip columns last week, spent only a many friends who very much regret Cate and Truman; for the home team to Louisville Saturday night, rtlurn 19 conversions, 14 5 reclamations, Hunter and Meredith. accessions to the Church. Re v Per- short time in Evansvillc after their departure. I ing Monday. The game ry mau rejiorts the church much re the nuptials, when they went to St. was called on Mr. Eblen, Carrol Hon, is visiting the account of rain with the his daughter, Mrs. J, II. Barnes. vived. He will begin a protracted Louis and from there to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, where Jhcy contemLeitchfields were at bat with one out meeting at No Creek Church Misses Laura nnd Bessie Barnes in the last hall of the sixth inning were the guest of their sister, Mrs. nnu a great revival 01 religion is ex- plate making their future home. Our when the score stood 14 to 3 iu their Shelby Taylor, Saturday and Sunday. people regret very much to lose them, pected. favor but the best of wishes follow them Mrs. Nora Gray and children reOn next Sunday at 11 o'clock Rev. The rain began falling about 4 turned home Wednesday. wherever they go. J. H. Teel begins his work as the o'clock and continued until after 5. Dr. Baird is a man of far more than Mr. Arthur Hunt is in Rochester regular pastor of the Christaiu ordinary ability, one of the leading It was a fine rain, and in mud, wet this week. church at this place. Services will physicians of this part ol the State, clothing and high spirits the big Mrs. F. O. Austin and sou left beheld on the fourth Sunday in each crowds at the Park and ball ground Wednesday morning for Old Point and a man of much worth. He will month, morning and evening. Rev. dispersed. It was a field day for the Comfort, succeed anywhere. Tcel is a rising young minister both Decoration lny nt Olnlnn, 101, Mrs Baird, nee Duke, is a beautiThere will be a picnic here next On the 30th day of fune at ten pleasant little city of Leitchfield and able and popular and our people will she did herself glorious. ful and accomplished young woman, o'clock the crowd began to Saturday, Ice cream supper at night.1 gather welcome him in his com ing and supm and worthy the man of her choice. from every direction in wagons, bugAttyk. port him in his labor. Don't forget the races at She was a favorite in Hertford, and gies, horseback, and by half past ten the Fair Grounds. The City ol 8Ilenee. all join in wishing the twain a pros ten o'clock there were several hunUncle Tom Galley, an old citizen In accordance with a suggestion perous and happy future. Tho HnrUor! Wntrr living five miles east of town, died dred people on the ground. At the Will receive sealed bids forMIIIn made by Crfpt. S. K, Cox, at the the next yesterday morning and will be buried tap of the drum quite n number of m;iA, meeting of the Comtncjcial Club last ten days for the delivery of 4,000 at Bethel at 2 o'clock. William Woodward, of Owcnsboro, old soldiers fell into ranks and marchFriday night, a resolution was bushels of good merchantable coal to framed requesting the citizens of this was the guest of W. A. Carson Sun- ed to Smith's graveyard, one mile be delivered by the last of August. ' Notice. from Olaton, at which place they day, town to meet at the Hartford cemeThe right is reserved of receiving or The Prohibitionists of the 4th Con decorated the graves of Thomas DanI. N. Ford, our enterprising blacktery on yesterday to clean ofT and rejecting all bids. J. W. Ford & Co, gressional District are called to meet iel, then returned to the Daniel gravebeautify the grounds. m . The ladies smith, is going to take a trip through in Mass Convention at Elizabethtown Bate Ball. were requested to furnish dinner, and the upper part of this county on legal yard near Olaton and proceeded to Beda plays the Mineral Springs July 27, at 2 o'clock p. m., for the the citizens who could not attend in business. He will visit Magan, decorate the graves of John Daniel purpose of nominating a man to repteam at rentertown person to send a hand. Capt. Cox Fordsville, Sulphur Springs and and Andrew Tilford, of the war of resent us in Congress, and transact1812, and Job Daniel, of the late war, Cooke will do the pitching for the was appointed to make necessary ar- nines' Mill before he returns. ing any other business which may Prof. C. M. Hicks is in our village , after which the crowd repaired to the visitors, and Leach or Ellis the catchrangements. He brought the matter grave near Marion Pharris, where the ing. Quite a lively game may be ex- come before the body worthy "of atdirectly to the minds of the people, tention. Let the Prohibitionists of Rev. Winkler filled his regular ap- good people from their baskets and pected. and on esterday morning a large Ohio county be represented by each boxes spread a bountiful dinner of the crowd of citizens met at the cemetery pointment here Sunday. one who possibly can attend. Tent Meeting. Wheat threshing is the order of the good things of this life where all The Missionaries of the Daviess and spent the day in beautifying the W. M. Likins, Ch'm'n. were served to their heart's content. County Association, W. D. Cox and grounds. The ladies furnished' a day. After all had satisfied the cravings of C. G. Taylor, are holding We had a good rain yesterday. bountiful dinner, and the day was a series of The K. P's. will give nn ice cream William C, Bennett and wife are nature the vocal band discoursed nice meetings 4 miles West of Beech spent pleasantly and resulted in placsupper on Thursday night of next music through all the proceedings. visiting Mrs. Nancy Park. ing our "city of the dead" in Oroveandare having fine success. The crowd came to order and lis- Several conversions and reclamations. week, the proceeds of which will1 be Mrs. W. A. Carson visited her good condition. Naturally the expended for the benefit ol the Lodge, tened tosomc nice poems rehearsed by Eld. F.W.Wittenbraker will preach grounds are among the most beautiful sister, Mrs. Kit Carson, yesterday. Mrs. David Hcrrell was the guest the Misses Myers. The oration was next Sunday at Concord, 5 miles in this part of the country, and with delivered by the Rev. Wm. Ferry, East of Hartford, instead of Bro.Cox, Fnrm lor Hale. of Mrs. W, A. Carson Sunday. a little enterprise like that manifested A good farm, containing about 60 after which there was several d DudMaster Otis Carson nnd Mr. in putting the prerent work into speeches delivered by different the pastor. acres, lying 4 miles North of Hartford 's operation and carrying it to com- ley Daniel are on a visit to J. C. persons. The day seemed to be enon the Hawesville road, in good state at this writing. CLEAR RUN. joyed by all present pletion would make Oakwood one of A. R.Byers. Roust-a-bou- t. July 17. Health in this communi- of cultivation. Will sell cheap. Call Gen. the prettiest cemeteries in the Green on or address Wm. Woodward. ty generally good. IintREItT. river country. The farmers in this section are very Hartford, Ky., July 19. tf W. H. Ncwcomb, who has been The Commercial Club suggested blue. The financial condition of the troubled with a chronic disease for the name of Oakwood, which has country, coupled with the drouth, V.I. Carson the last six months, died at his home J. JL, Carsou, been adopted and an arch bearing the makes the farmers look very serious. July 13th. He was a good aud prosname erected over the gate. Here of The corn is almost parched up and perous farmer. His funeral was not one-hal- f of a crop is expected. late Superintendent May has done preached by Revs. J. J, Bean and J, A durMisses Abbie Smith and SnllicFord, some valuable work in making the N B Perryman in the grove near the of Fordsville, are the guests ofMisscs fence more secure, in grading and in house before a large host of friends. Mattie Massie and Beatrice Norris at other ways improving the place. After services his remains were taken Now, a good thing would be to Ho- this writing. to the burying ground that he had meet regularly through the year at iur. virgie Aimer is Having an ice selected on his place. He leaves a Careful Estimateamade on all Carhouse dug and the diggers are becomproper intervals and carry out the wife and nine children to mourn his pentering and Building. Terms reaing very much discouraged, They loss. good work so well inaugurated yesA Friend. sonable. Hartford, Ky. have dug twelve feet and - have struck terday. H no ice yet. CEXTEKTOWN- Air. Andy Metcalf is building a July 18. OrvtUe Ross, who has accom- new blacksmith shop at this place. been right sick with something like Miss Tillie Haynes is on the sick typhoid fever, is improving. list this week. Misses Sudie and Nettie Anderson, Misses Dora P. and Ethel Bruner Kinderhook, visited Misses Ida and will entertain a few friends Saturday Estella Stroud last Saturday. en- night and all anticipate a pleasant Miss Florence White, Hartford, is time. visiting relatives here and nt the Miss Simpson, of Etnavillc, Point. has a very bad case of typhoid fever Miss Minnie Rowe, Spring Lick, is Mrs. Floyd, of Whitesville, is visitvisiting relatives at this place. ing her son, II. T. Floyd, of this Misses Etta Thomas and Fannie place. Render, Hartford, are visiting Misses It is n very busy time now. You can i'OKOHD. Ada and Bee BrowrJ. Miss Olive Carson, who has been hear the hum of the thresher and the The social at Mr. Ike poster's visiting friends in this community, click of the mowing machines all ; night was a pleasant affair. has returned to her home in Hart- around. , Messrs. V. G. Barnett and Sherman ford, Rev. B. F. Jenkins preached a very Williams attended interesting sermon Saturday at Sour-woo- d at Mr. Mr. I. N. Duke and family attendSchool-housIke Foster's. .EiLLAir. ed Quarterly meeting at Bethel sun-dam The Sunday School Celebration Nnmmoth Cnvo. Creek was largely attended. Misses Georgia and Flora Coppage, The extent of this, tho greatest of Plenty of dinner was on hand, not Messrs. Mann Leach, Sainmiellohim-er- , known cavern, accepting the figures withstanding the hard times and Hddie York and Alva Carter at- given by a State geological survey, everything passed off pleasantly. tended the funeral at Shroaders' is estimated at hundredd of acres, Daisy. School-hous- e last Sunday. through which wind two hundred and everyMr. C. Allen is having a dwelling twenty-thre- e avenues, with au aggre. Bud KoaiU. Oar house erected on his farm near this gate length of from one hundred and On Thursday night of last week place. ' fifty to two hundred miles, and diver Mr. James Grant and John Cosby, of Rev. Logan Martin filled Rev. J. B. 8ified Shreve, were moving their steam by forty-seve- n domes, Ferryman's appointment at Victory twenf-thrthresher from J. W. Sandefur's to last Sunday. pits, eight waterfalls and James Polk Tinsley's, near Beda. As Miss Lena Carson, of Hartford, is several bodies of water, of which three they crossed the No Creek bridge on visiting Miss Georgia Pirtle this week, are termed rivers two are nominally the Livermore road, one span of the Miss Viola Pirtle, ot Beaver Dam, lakes and one a fea. The avenues bridge gave way and the engine and is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. average twenty one ieet in height aud thresher box were precipitated into width and it is estimated that twelve j F. W. Pirtle. the creek ten ieet below. In the fall Messrs, George L. Johnston, Alviu million cubic yards of limestone have Phillip Brooks, of Fordsville, the enSprings, attended been displaced iu their formation. gineer, became entangled and had his Johnston, Sulphur church at Victory Sunday. The cave lias five levels, the upper left arm broken, was badly scalded Mr. John Dodson, of near Whites-villtiers beiug remarkably dry, while the and suffered internal injuries. Dr. and spent Sunday with' freinds in drinage level and consequent lowest Jo. T. Miller, of this place was sum this community. depth h placed at three hundred and moned, but no skill could save the Si Mr. Charles Ellis spent Saturday tweutytetght lect below the surface. injured raan and he died on Friday and Sunday in this neighborhood, the v Everybody should embrace the opafternoon, (INCOUPORATEI)) guest of Miss Katie Coombes. portunity afforded by this excursion The machinery was all new, and Miss Katie Pirtle and Mr. T. P. D. 8. Duncan, Scc'y & Tress. J. S. SmitI!, Prea't. to Mammoth Cave, to be run on tl e was greatly damaged in the smashup, Carson, of Heflin, visited friends in Messrs. E. E. Rogers, Prentis, and U. O. &8. W. It. R , August lOtb, this community Saturday and Sun D, L, Baldwin, Beaver Dam, went at hard times pries. Excumon day. over Saturday to assist in clearing up Quite a number of Wellington's tickets it eluding transportation to the wreck. young people attended the baptizing the caw nnd return iiipthtuiih tlm luug and thort iMites awUmif nil near heie Sunday. ftVNJfY BALK. I tdttn. 'JJiMgr.. . M tattoo, . . .j one quarter day board m imh M nn . Uncle Frank, our little boat that Touch mkkot. t ,1. moth Cavo Hotel, will he fold nt tl e ..1 plowed the waters of upper Rough When, by rcaM'ii of cW ir from low 11 te of S12.50 from Beaver Dam, iMRiliUluMi .MaK.nKMakii tlKJU tr.. River, sunk last week, caused by the UAWflaDliGatboYothAreftt. Ml TiLntnig iiiiiiiiMi fiTMin For further particular and infur water being turned loose from Ren otlur chums the Mitmnch, liver, nnd H root ptaaleiwlU row M fin h MtaJvfeifto-ttoi- i KOuk frow's and Moore's Mill and catching kldne)i lecnmo difoideitd, no time niutlon with illueliattd pamphlet ot in Himiitnlliitf litem to Miiiuiimih Cavo nrite or call on any end on the bank while the other iliould ho one TboMwbounao. B. I. M m pmmm WW Tir fellow Omit) end went under. It is hoped that it action, AtetV Pills act miickly,fufe agent of the II. 0. A 8. V K, K. C L LIL will be in running order in a lew days. ly and turely. Bold by diuggistiand T. ILLywcii, u t I , J pK t " f Mr, John Willis the hurtling young , dealers iu roedlclnn. Gen, Ptuteugcr Ageut. f ffsri.w My W. G. Hardwlck will deliver goods Dr. W. G. Hunter, Burksville, and Dr. A. D. James, Penrod, were in to-dan, Post-offic- Pleasant Ridge Wednesday. Sunday a company of oung people comjfoscd of the follow ing: Missis Mollie and Sallie Renfro.v, Sallic and Annie Baker, and Dee Bean, Messrs. Charlie Baker, Cullic Acton, Byron Bean, A, B and Will Rcnfrow, after taking dinner at Mr. W. R, Bean's, visited the Slate Ripple HilN and after vicwiug the surrounding country for some time from this most beautiful j ridge the joung people started fori the Sulphur bprings. They report n good time and an enjoyable day. Miss Flay Duke attended church at Bethel Sunday. A big game of base ball will be played at the Sulphur Springs on Tta WWmHWIW JLllHfiSjSSIIHIBISlineyidl t'iA -- Vlie Us ctcam cupjior u sssiiM tUFhptUt1 Mrs. IC D. Gufiy and daughter, Miss Mercedes, nttended the Lcitch field picnic Wednesday. at Church Park Siturday night waj Other. Attractions quite a success. Llotohflold Wednesday Rev. Cascblcr filled his regular apand tho Day GI0009 pointment here Saturday and Sunday. WithaFino Rain. .! 'the Institute. Spec Proprietor. Hartford House will be headquarters for teachers during Mrs. K.R.Wedding, ial rates to teachers. to-da- y r to-da- ( well-time- Her-'.-ell- Important, Teachers You will have to have a good place to stay next week ing the Institute. J. L. Carson & Son, The Commercial tel is the place for you to go to get the very best to eat, and the very best modations. A Mr. J. It. Herald will take special pains to tertain you while you are there. Rates GREAT WONDER! A MUCH NEEDED ENTERPRISE, A NEW FOUNDRY' reasonable. MACHINE SHOP. the-soci- y. - eo e, We are now prepared to do all kinds of Casting, Repair Machinery and Boilers, Fix Threshing and Mowing Machines, Reapers, Binders, etc.; also Gum and Ham mer Mill Saws,Grind Chilled Plow Points, Repair Pumps, make Engines, and thing needed for any kind of machinery. Work done with promptness, and sat isfaction guaranteed. Also all kinds of Pipe Fixtures and Belting kept in stock. Soliciting a liberal patronage, wo are Very respectfully, yours, tti MsH MOTTO wm.li aUAKMIEWWER lt .... .... .... f rgjdi ' n i f. . r p ? "ft 4MOKER9, coascci to counterfeit, now ftold comup Ctgrettos ind tho Fair Lips of Eu- plete sets of hnprcjslons In load flji from his die to tip museums aud what they leavo on the plates. They COLLEGES rope's Aristocracy. Fkidw, Jwi.v, 20. 1891 uIho keep about them, If attached to INCORPORATIDJ Mn. Crawford, journalist, of collectors win had formerly purTHE BEST his nnd Hhorthftntl THn ttrnw Tiriptlrn1 THinlnnq Trnlntnre tlieui, nnil tu this way some get ParN, avs that the cigarette has chased be no forgeries In that there ruralngunfrr-eQolloffn, Tho imo n I' iM)oi r to liu iioMiimtmieirm identifying dilHcultv through the lungs. If the dog not yet found its wny with after might lino Hiinniui. Vh i'l. .1. V. 1'Uli. fW. Atlilua KnoueerlaU ColJetro ftt THE llANIKMK-DOW! often enntnmlnntrd by the huiimn dinner ofTeo into the official draw- - ' what wus lily buudlwoik Louisville, Ky.Owonsboro, Ky.v or,EvanvIII,Jnd. patient he in turn spreads the disCURE but It hoou will. At alt j of Within the last few vcari iiuiuhrrM nutt Ilia Ctoro. ease to other human beings. LonMr. DroBsaoodoo HMMQMMII the homes setting up to stylo it is In forgeries of extremely rare coins Mado Coat Sick Headache, tho British museum and in private don Piepatch. 6crvcd at intimate breakfasts and j SEPARATE SCHOOLS UNDER ONfMANAOEMENT. - t CONSTIPATION, small jnd lively dinners. Nobody collections have been sold by auction Spepd of TctcphonJc Speech. I rontllrb1oTronlil their oecu The Garment Cnu Is shocked when a lady smokes not in London. So gor BOWLIHD GREEN SOUTHERM - I t First. HutttTjwrlttT Mii.iilfriiiHon that it seems probable that Dyspepsia, telcphono wires are merely 0110 cigarette, Where the will fl!&Ju but two or Kerniil u Penknife XfTertH rv overland the speed of transmission three. A minister of Queen Chris- - ' means havo been devised for casting TrmitfiirMiillmi. Limr Troubles. sioess LOHOgC steel dies on plaster casts or of Is at the rate of Hi.OOII mile a secYoung Mr. Dp'iroodos wlic ond; whein the wires arc through Una is responsible for the report hardening electrotype dies. The C0TADLI8HC0 Y.ntj to Tnke highly respectable and holds a responsible pcMiion with a cable m.rier tiie sea the speed Is that that DOWLINQ COLLEGE. ISOUTHBRN manufacture of rare "hlego pieces' BUSINESS GREEN NORMAL SCHOOL. lady is an inveterate and a big dry goods hove, liail his wages not more than i shows a far lower amount of uklll. Tiacnft' Srlrntlfir. ami Tin! milen a mvoiui. fiftvl Purely Vegetable. Theiir at tlusUcs rnlnitiScltHloltheSmth. veteran smoker. Music, Att, and K locution provided Hook Kteplnu, Miott lianit, Ulcr.nphy, r(cICourrs. reduced uwntly, btvauso ot the When genuine but defaced eolnr. fill Writing, ami I'enuianihlp rupll can enter it I for Ijow tutrft tit hmnl anil tultlnn. Hanil tnr Most of the Russian gtand duch- A Town on Who: Is. anv time. ?nd for catalogue. financial depression, Jits employers i catalogue. nre restruck with new Impressions, of Ayer' The delicate esses are smokers. Mrs. Crawford CHERRY BROS., Propyl, Bowling OrMO.KT. tV7"MontUu Couria dtlrod. Addrau said, and he was obliged to ihaiige. HIU dissolves Immediately ou rcachlnRtlio The most curious city in the world does not know whether the queen of it is very dinicult to discover the somn of his plans in euiiMspieiuv. is Minuted on Saginaw bay, in nnu stomach, ami iermUs tho full strength ot fraud. fome genuine ancient coins etch Ingredient to ho snmHIy rmlmlhted. He had fully Intended to get a Mttv of Lake Huron. Itiswilhoutauaiee, Italy smokes, but muiio of her ladles nre surf rappees tu this manner -- as, certainly do. When bhe was at An n catlnrtlc, cither for t raiders or an a dollar oeivoat, eiit long in the pre has a population if about five hunfor Instance, a win let lass of Jewish family medicine, .Iyer' VM aro thohcH Spezia she saw them enjoying cigarvailing style, hut lie decided that he dred, and consists of modernjiutsbn In tho world. SW ettes while boating on the lake and coins which arc stiuck on Homan unci lie cast about. wheels, to the number of one huncould not afford it, PrtptrdbjDr.J.O.Ayr&Oo.,LowellVaii. IN A iu the grounds of tho duchess of silver denarii. But when the image for something cheaper. 111 flaidred and iift3V which, wlicit the Genoa s villa, where ho queen wus. and superscription of William Evory Doso O110 of his friends told him of a o ling fcafou an Ives, are rolled m.i the Modjeskn is an inveterate smoker, ' can bo discerned underlying the place where the hcht read.vtnade tee tu the I ay. on a rare crown piece, of Hllza-bell- i, and is rotJh quite disturbed if the coats could be boughl. Mr. I)res tho question of its authenticity BOSTON SYNTAX. women gueMs at her table do tint SUP goodes ueiil oxer to Jook at them. w is soon solved. N. Y. Lodger. "Ah!" sho said, Economy Alone a Sufficient Reason smoke with her. Hn found one that fitted him per"if you would but smoke with me, for Breaking It. fectly and looked fully as good as GENEROUS WOMEN. Uepudlic-anTho telegraph operators were tell- then I would be sun of your loyalty. coat he had bet las the sixty-dolla- r ' - . rvrVfclUv uii. . In Poland one ever says kind things Some of Thoir Contributions to the heart on. It cost just half of sixty ing stories again. The tall man, Cause of Education. dollars, and, after many trials and who has held a key all over the of another when they have smoked A commttteo of the Association of together." w ITfc53R?U?flli:jPM -. uru country, had the floor, many parades before the looking-glas11 It Is always a cigarette the woman Collegiate Alumutu has made a table -You see a good many jokes in Mr. Dressgoodcs decided to . Mctf,-U&Mttho papers," said he, "about tho smoker indulges in. Fair Phyllis showing the sum) given by women buy it. THE WORLD'S FAIR with a pipe, or even a cigar, would during tho last thirteen years to Indue time the coat was sent to culture of Boston and tho hnbit peo-pl- o boarding place. living them have of using be a monstrosity not to bo tolerated. colleges for men only, for women Mr. Dressgoodcs . Committee, who Ictlctl Xhn LfX f i Ml f JErfl A Vl siis. ncCormlck No. 4 Steel flower toOn Sundav morning ho went forth big words and correct grammar and Aud yet the doctors agree that tho only and for ineu and women Park Obesity IMIm uillreditca vour In tho only rvnular expmltlan cigarette is far morcinjurious. Few gether. In apito of the fact that lu weight PEKMANKXTLY 1mm" 12 arrayed in all its navy blue bplendor. all that. Most of you think that field trial. In a lioav prowl l.AJIJrtAUTZZYrz- - W Ho started out all right, but after these jokes have no foundation In men really enjoy seeing tho woman I8S0, with which year tho report beot tlmoth) and rioter, aM,ln to lo pound u month, KOiSlnrving he had gone a block or two hG was fact. Now, I know better. I was a smoke for whom they care most. It gins, Vassar college was already fiftheir otlirlal rrtrti "Tho sickliest 01 injun; NO Publicity, ... something was all very well at the gay little din- - , teen years old, and that the desiracfflclettcy of tlio machine u conscious il receiving clerk in tho Western Union is lltUa. & nearly under r fair condition, with his coat. It .switched around office there a good many years ago, ner after the plav, or the lively sup-pe- r bleness of the higher education for They Imihl it the health mid heanti TO cenl Ordlnarj Bohemia And women wai therefore already patent, fy ihc complexion leaving miWlMNK. in freeand-eashis legs and tangled his feet tip. One I and some of the messages handed in jjoSjaXv'tlRitrra fdr ordinary mo era Y it does seem cozy aud jolly to see. It appear that the generous zeal LESm lliililiJHcso. STOUT ABDO. side of it seemed to hind badly, and to me were corkers. art at least twerty pouiida higher In tot&l dralt, with an tho tails, instead of hanging decor "One summer 1 had the cable some other fellow's wife ainoke with with which women, ever since tho MENS iitid dif'icult hrciiihinr nirely A days of Lady Anno HadclilTc Moid-torrJfnv i efflciency of not aloio (0 t ously behind, walloped around In a window, One day two women her husband; but for the little womrelievt.i NO EXPEUIMENT hut MCAW&L cent., which letter rtfiiro ronl have contributed to the educa- aMMLiituic ni-trying andbcnndalous manner, Mr. dressed in black jind greatly agi- an at home, whom his children call pi'Hitiw relict, adopted 7A machlneahculd to MJrX.i mother, even while he rather urges tion of men has Iu no wise abated. only itlur )ian ot cxpcJieiicc. Dressgoodcs was obliged tounbutton All tated came In and inquired the rate rxcid T) Met ormlckU tlio During this time women have given nrdirjMipplifd direct limn our id llKhteit draft, and mot clTec it before he could continue his walk per word to London, I told them It her to have a cigarette for company, five times as much for the education o pram cutter jel prodticed In his secret heart ho is glod she fice. Price 82.00 per packiigo or to church. was twenty-eigh- t cents. They con(lllKhot Medal cw.rdrdl and because he knows she will of men alone as for tho educaWhen ho got back he examined the sulted for a minute and thru one of three packnecH lor S" 00 by tunil coat carefully, but could find nothing them asked for a blank. I told them refuse is the reason why he Invites tion of women alone, aud have ut j mid. TtMiiituuinl.t and parlicit given nearly twice as much for ara (scaled) 2 eeiiK McCarmicK Cinders, Reapers and Mowers are built by the McCORMICK HARVESTING wrong with It. Next morning ho where the blanks were aud one of her m persistently to hharo hU conmen's colleges as for women's col. IlrJE CO., CHICAGO, and are for sale wherever grain or grais It grown. All corrcrpoudeucc strictly conftook it dowi? to the store with blood them wrote a message. The other fidences with my Lady Nicotine. leges and mixed college put to- idential. . iu his eye. "Here,' lie said to tho took it and rend it two or three i. Advertiser. gether. During only two of these proprietor, "there's something tho times. PARK REMEDY CO., AN UNEXPLORED CAVE, thirteen years has Harvard college matter with this coat." "Then the came over to the winBoston, Mat", "What Is it?" Inquired tho pro- dow and nkcd again how much it The Great Natural Curiosity in Rac- failed to receive considerable gifts ! from women, and the total amount suavely. prietor, was a word to Loudon. 'Twenty-eigcoon Mountain. "Why, it binds me around the legs , cents,' I told her. She looked "The greatest natural curiosity I received by Harvard alone exceeds when I'm walking, and makes it at the message dubiously. The other the amount received by all the very difficult as well as very un woman came up to her aud said: ever saw," said Charles North, "is en's colleges put together. If all -- : on Baccoon mountain, near the point sue Tin graceful for me to get along,1 'Don't vou like It?' where the stato lines of Georgia, men whose education has been faeil "Hum!" said tho proprietor; "I or women W tea oy 1110 la "No,1 she said, 'I don't like it. can't Imagiue what is the matter. That form Is improper. You say AlabamaaudTennessec unite. Thero wero to emulate this extraordinary is a cave there which has never been jLet mo sec it." Ho took the coat that Charles suicided this morning, on explored, in which the acoustic propand looked it over carefully, "Leave when it should be said that The Leading Phatographer. Charles erties are such as to make the hu- more generous sex, EE-iMi'i it here' he said, "and we will send committed suicide this morning woman s college would man voice echo back in groans from it up this afternoon.1' plitHi , "'But,' said the other, 'if we put every direction, and even when no need. with tlio funds they mi much The coat came back, and Mr. ncinres iq rerj ijie ana ze. Perhaps the most extraorin that way we will save twenty-eigit sound from without the cave Is utJDreesgoodes made another effort to dinary gift thiu generation has seen Sr?01d Pictures Copied and Enlarged cents." tered, the air iu tho corridors and wear it. It tripped him up in the "The woman who objected turned rooms of tho cavern is so (lis is the legacy just made to Harvard A SPECIALTY. hallway and almost sent him down j college by tho widow of the late this proposition over In mind 108J Main Street. the front stairs headlong. Mr. for a long time. Finally her said: t rib u ted as to keep up a constant j Lewis Haydcn, of Boston, both bom she .moaning. The only opening that has I 'Dressgoodes tore it off and stamped Wmtf OWEXSHOItO, A) I don't think that such syntax is ever been discovered is cm top of the into slavery aud ransomed by flight. on it. Mrs. Haydeu's will devotes acousid-- 1 excusable.1 mountain, and Is barely large enough erable sum to tho founding of a "Why, Mr. Dressgoodes!" said the "Tho other took the blank and to admit a man's body. A lino pretty stenographer from the couu I read the message a few dozen times. dropped down reveals that the scholarship for needy colored stutry who has a room on the same We're poor she said, decisively, i dents at Harvard, preferably iu the chamber, of which this entrance is medical school, X. floor, "what on earth is the matter?" Y. Post. Mr. Dressgoodes mumbled a few after studying it in all its phases, in the roof or ceiling, is over one hun . 'and we can't save twenty-eigh- t cents dred feet deep, and, from the echoes, ' inarticulate words, aud then rememMary Mcgditeno's Grave. it must be very large. The only way bered where he was, and told the an easier.' "This partially convinced the to enter it would be to bo let down ' Fifteen thousand pilm'tais annual young woman how the beastly garwoman who objected. 'But what with a rope or a long extension Ind- - b visit St, Rumns iu Provence, not ment acted, , wh'ere Marv "Why don't you take It down to will our friends think?' she asked, dcr, there boini; no passageway as far from Marseille-CURES MQTHIHG BUT PILES. dubiously. The people in tho Magdalene is said to have spent tho yet discovered. store?" she asked. the C. " 'I suppose they will notice it, neighborhood suppose It to be last thirty years of her life. The le- A SURE "I've been there twice with it," ftnd CERTAIN CURG said Mr. Dressgoodes, "and now I'm but we cau't help that,' Then tho haunted ou account of tho sounds gend, according to the Xuuvcllc known for JOytmrs as tho BEST Revue, runs that Mary Majjdaleno going to take it down there again two women retired to one corner of Issuing from it, and there is an InREMEDY FOR PILES. "; cumcfromJudca in n small boat with rrrrr4 j MCIIilDSOX BIDICIIK CO., 67. LCZl. the room and had a consultation. dian legend that a race preceding and demand my money back." their tribes were shut up there by Lazarus, Martha, the two Marys nnd The pretty stenographer from tho After talking earnestly for ten minKo ssill avo you MON'KV hj the Great Spirit, who had become Salome, bringing with them the body MUIKVIM,f:,Kr. I,OlUN A ikx. i:.n country inquired uitoall the vagaries utes they wrote out another message. IT xj 3S of St. Anno, the head of St. James wll you r Hugpy, Harnow, Lap Duster and Whipfrnrn $G0 00 of the coat. Then Mie asked Mr. So help me, this is the way I got it: angry with them. The formation Is St, Luis i i;u L::i:?iil;, suicided this morning. not unlike that of the country ad- tho Less ami a few weo bones of tho Dressgoodes to let Jier see it. Sho 'Charles up to $75.00. The Davis Carriage Company has tho rcpuU examined It carefully, and then be False syntax used because it is jacent to the Mammoth cave In Ken- innocents massacred by King Herod. SCHEDULE IN KFFECT NOV. 1, 181. tucky, and the one I speak of is un- I3ut from early ages this story ha gau to laugh. "Let me take your cheaper.' tinn of built! ing tho best Btijrgy for the money ot nny Factory ro.61, ro.& been disputed, and Abbe Du"hoain, doubtedly larger than that. penknife," she said. "And they paid me twenty-eigh- t Dally. Daily. WEST HOUND. one of tho most erudite v.iit?r on in Cincinnati. "You're not going to cut it, I cents a word for it. All of which," -- .. LoulMllIe 7.Jn.m. C 25 p. m. j the early Christian saint and mar-- , Lt. Went Point hope," said Mr, Dressgoodes, fear- continued the tall operator, "illusMl . m. 7:VO. m tyrs, considers that tho relics ot THE MAN WHO FORGETS. r? p. m. Hrnndf nhurg...... ... V.17 a. rn. fully. trates one of the curious ways in Magdalene were probably &iiit InlnKtnn ............ 9 o.m. 1 37 p.m. "Let mo take your knife," de- which a woman's mind works." He Is to De Pitied, But the Fault Can Mary 10.2.1 a. m. 9.11 p. m. rphenHport from Constantinople about J1v?m?v-ent- h manded the pretty stenographer Buffalo Express. Easily Be Cured. Cloverport a.m. y 16 p.m. century. A Greek breviary, V from tho country. There is no more aggravating per- .......!... 11:11a.m. 10 in p.m. Iffuieavillt Mr, Dressgoodes took It, and she Lwix)rt ..a........ lln.m, lojup.tn A Fountain for Dogs and Horses sonin the world thau the one who is however, speaks of tho saint as hav-- ., 12. 1C p. nu 1111 P. in Owrntioro made a quick jab at the tall of the eternally forgetting things. "I find ing died at Ephesus. N, V. Re1.01 p. m. tl.M p. m BpotttTillt Mrs. Marie Gulso Neweomb, who it so hard to remember names," wuils corder, coat, "Now try it,"sho said, handlr. Ilemlerfton....., ......... 1.25 p. m, 12 fti a. m ranks-higamong the artists of IsW a pretty woman, and her sympaing it back, SIG DLUC GRASS FAMILY. No. 62, No.M, MrDressgoodes put the coat on York city as an animal painter, thizers arise in scores. Daily EAST HOUND. Dlly. j OM Joe MurrUmiuiitl IM (Jlunt V.lfr, Vnf. and walked a few steps. It hung somo time ago painted a picture Now, why on earth should it be .. 7.15 a, in 3; lip. m. !r Ilerule rnon iohI lhiughtrrit, gracefully from his shoulders, ami showing two horses drinking at the hard to remember names? Hpottftvilte .... "Why I h. tn. 3 17 p. m AND- "As .&! p. tn. 8 27 a. in. the tails did not bind or flap a parti- fountain in front of tho S. P. C. A, should it bo hard to remember any can do a specimen of what Kentucky in tho way of producing tul VVJ a. m. ft 05 p. m Lew If port headquarters on Fourth avenue. common occurrence? People rememcle. ... V.J3a. m. o.tfip.ai daughters" rid wart Hawenville "What on earth did you do?" ho Mrs. Newcomb, in accordance with ber what they want to that is, when proud bona and tho bluu gnuo coun-n . lo 01 a. m. 6 57 p. m. Clorf rport her previously declured intention, they concentrate their miuds upon try, Inativo of mention tho old .Top asked, amazedly, 1026 a. m. 6.19 p. m. 8tf phennpor: might a drinking fountain, to be a thing it Is not apt to eludo them. Morrison family f Bourbon "WhyMie said, simply, "theso ordered a.m. 7.05 p. in, Irrlnslon county. U &1 a m, 71 p. m. ".ramlpnl'iug J ' tails weie held together by a bit of paid for from the money received Tlio trouble Is that thoy will not do Anybody of tho picicnt generation ' tj w v r v j it U 05 p, m, 8 "A p. tn. Writ Point thtead to keep It In shape when it for the painting. this. It requires a certain amount who over lived in Kentucky will 10- - r. IHiiBYiltfl "O p. m, V u5 p. in. .. The fountain will be placed at the of exertion, that is true. But is the member old Joe Mouisou's family. was packed, I suppose. 1 cut that junction of Third and Fourth ave gain nothing? Unless n woman is 111 Tho family connived of- - Joo nnd his Tnalna No, 51 am! .No. !1 makf connection a thread." IfTlngton (Sunday excrptMjwKh tralnHon jOiil. "Well, I'll said Mr. nues, in front of Cooper, Union, wife and six Konsnnd thieodaugh in body or mind there Is no reason rtlle, Itarlinitiunr A Wetem It. H., eaot and Dressgoodes; "and those chumps Thero will bo a basin for tho horses, why Mio should not remember ters, Joo stood 0 feet I in his stockir nt Ikxiim). Fur lurtlif-- Information, aMr'a down at the storo didn't know that," and alongside of it a .smaller one for II. C, MOltDUK.Ofn. IVr Kt. sho wishes to. Tho mind is ings and weighed JM0 iounds. His Ky. Now, the proper conclusion of dogs. On the other side will be a capable of great concentration, and i wife wa tho baino height exactly, this story would be the marriago of drinking place for persons. Mrs. u good memory depends upon it. but bho wcighedL'Gli jwunds. The the pretty stenographer from tho Now comb comes from French block, Begin by forcing the mind at night oldest son, Tom, was albo C feet 4, and ho weighed 280 immds. Jim country and Mr, Dressgoodcs, ISut but was born In Newark, N. J, In to recall tho events of tho day, nothing of tho kind happened. Mr, I880, after studyiug for some time and In their order. Give up topped his brother Tom by two 1)3 Dressgoodcs bought her a bunch of in this country, she went to Europe, making notes of matters requiring inches iu height, but ho wnsnt as heavy by 70 pounds. Their yellow. chrysanthemums and let it living In Paris for a year and studyattention, nnd compel tho mind to Sarah wasn triim ghl, weighing hister only Hartford, Kentucky go at that, and M10 was perfectly ing under Dctuille and other celeCultivate a ICi pounds, but hhawas recall these things. taller than IJuffalo Express, b atlsfied. brated masters. She then went to habit of close observation of every Ecxmen and became the disciple of little detail of surrounding. Learn either Tom or Jim, lor bho stood 0 feet (IJ Inchon. , The Course of a Bullet the famous animal pahucr, Schenck, to listen carefully to names, dates, "But John was tho big boy of the Prof. Ifccn says tho entrance and She has exhibited her work fre- events as they occur nnd especially family. Ho only lacked an inch of , quently in this country. exit of a ball from u gun or revolver cultivate the habit of mcntnlrc-viewbeing 7 foot high, and ho weighed can often bo determined iu the folIt is wonderful how Mon 300 pounds. Sister Mary was n midUntil otherwise chnnged local pastnMc lowing manner: When the ball enwhat was at (l'st an irksomo get of G feet 2 nnd only weighed 110 nnd 2 on the C. becomes a nloasurc. BostrnHrrold. IKHinds. Elijah wasn't very tall ters tlio body It Is black with gieaso senger trains Nos and powder, and on striking the O. & S. W. R.R.will run to and from either, beiug tho Kimo height as his , COUNTERFEIT COINS. hkin this Is wiped off, aud, therefore, hister Maiy, but ho was of pretty fair Heaver Dam. Leaving Beaver Dam at A German Who Engr-vc- d leaves a dirty black mark on tho Dies for heft, tipping tho bcales at 212. Mat-tho7:10 nm, and arriving at that point Upward of Thrio Hundred Type. skin, and, being clean when it comes was 0 feet 2 also and weighed at 6:55, p, in. This extension of local 220, while Eli. standing 0 feet 4, out. It docs.iiot leave a mat k. Among tho counterfeiters of compassenger service gives au early morn- paratively modern limes the Ger- weighed less than 200. Tho youngI SPREAD BY DOGS. ing train from Heaver Dam and points man, Becker, stands preeminent. est gill, Muxthn, was 0 feet :) and 100 (SUrtllng Statistics from France Rs-- 1 between Heaver Dam and Central With incredible skill ho engraved Iunds in weight. Bho undoubtedly garding Consumption. City to Paducali, Pulton, Rives and dies for upwurd of three hundred would havo been tho giant of tho At tho rotestant congress at Memphis aud intermediate points, types of coins, principally Homan, family, for that was her height nnd Havre, held to study boctnl questions and, also gives an evening train into and Us most of these wero struck in weight at tho age of 14, n few weeks bcfoio sho died. When theso meas in a practical manner, Dr. Gilbert, arriving at Beaver Dam gold a metul that docs not change urements wero taken, a few yearn who In a consumptive" specialist, Beaver Dam, In appearance with time ho realT. B, Lynch, a!d that drunkard nre particularly nt 655 p 111. ized large sums from unwary col- ugo, tho family wero all together, General Passenger Agent. but his Joo subject to It. Tho subject of dogs lectors. Becker was a man of re- havosince then old lwys and girlswifo died, aud tho aro and as a means of propagating consump; source and with some sense of human led and bcattcrcd about the tlon was also gone into. A report U, take oft tho appearmor. How stnto, I don't know what their of Prof. Cadlot, of tho veterinary ance of newness from tho freshly-struc- k progeny havo dono to keep up tho school (of Alfort, shows that they coins was a question of diff- family reputation as to size, but I'll must often bo a vehicle for spreading icult solution. He solved It thus: Ho bet on 'cm to keep up tho record." it. He hod long treated dogs h Utterhad a small box constructed which Chicago Post. ing from tubercolosls for cancer, but ho partly lllled with Iron ill lugs and . latterly the mlcroscopo showed him i screwed to tho springs of his carwhatthft Iscuflft was. Hetween the We are manufacturers of Buggies, Carts Surries And Carriages, and fctlywrtli riage, and In that box he placed his Only been in A good niCYCLK. 14th of lat March and the 7th of newly-struccoins and then, us ho the consumer, thus savina him the percent,r usually paid ts middle men. Our ad- expressed it, "took Ids old gentle-me- n use n abort time. CaH on or nddrrss 'Apt II eight dogs died at Alfort of Respectfully enable, and we guarantee satisfaction. tuberculostt. Prom October 1, 1801, a drive' ou the road between Sam Anukkson, Hartford, Ky. Tl to August 1, 189:1, ho mado forty Frankfort and Offenbach. post mortems out of nltio thousand, Tho colas camo out of tho box still Neuralgic J'erion and ouud In all tho forty cases tuber wwna WioWat AudthOM trwiUwl vflih fresh, but with tho too glaring bloom par. putmln Hoofcof t ruuGArt or overwork will t rellri by Ulac IIIAll culosI the causo of death. Thodts "V of youth judiciously toueddowu. At Jlrown' Iron MU9r GeaulM pwensboro, Ky nHttSKUM.wo&LiYlpr length tho market was overdono with eao Is very catching from a dog. It Ui trd Biirfc tv) rnN$ tml line on nym pHgluates In the Intestinal mucus, IU productions, ami DJ;;r. Luvlr,? WOMEN Hartford lipinibrcan N. rr -- i57S ' muibto nn at wmand picucA lick patients rr v by -" - .x'.iui-.1 ' JLf-rr- m.1' LJ Ayer's Pills BUSINESS fci 0" ji nnnl:-Ttonln- cf Family Medicine 'M 'awa lug-roo- . "" 1 I Hl-l- ". fa f lomia, fO WaLL V"'Lrc Um'J f-- A W sucir-coatln- g ,u!;3E SENSE -- rJ 1 de-ic- Effootlvo to be You can rot afford Hartford once. without Tho . tH . Subscribe at s, vrt. J. 'II. nmMmm ! FATPEOPLE Tr.r:..' .:. tilftm. 1 &Ainm&Sl KfocOrfttAlMa, y Ui(?M4hJM. n, '... jF, sfJi' misb$b s, vj Z. BUTLEE, AGT, FORDSVILLE. ht CALL ON r'filark I jjteiHor, ... Come to Hartford to seu-aeni- ht ,. '.. v? I OvSK,HI OF J TABLER'SPIG BUCKFYFIllI 0INTMENT SPRING OPENING L. 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