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Hartford herald (Hartford, Ky.) Hartford herald (Hartford, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Jno. P. Barrett & Co. Hartford, KY 1888 haf1888103101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Hartford herald (Hartford, Ky.) Hartford herald (Hartford, Ky.) Jno. P. Barrett & Co. Hartford, KY 1888 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE SUBSCRIPTION PRICE THE WEEKLY HERALD MUST ALWAYS BE PAID IN ADVANCE AND IS AH FOLLOWS: THE HARTFORD HERAJ A) "7 COME, THE ADVERTISING RATZS OF THE HERALD AHE VEHY LOW AND WILL HE FURNISHED ON APPLICATION. ..Hi.no. Our ropy One r One Copj Nl MihiMis., i, .... .7. no. One t'opy I'our .Molllll", Yi-ii- HIE HERALD OF A NOISY WORLD, THE NEWS OF ALL NATJONS LCMJiERJNO A'l MYIiACK." WE DO JOB WORK op EVERY STYLE ND KIND! owNoilPilnrtlnii from them rates uno der nny rlirmustnlicp. Hent In liny In tlin nulled Hlnlr fur the above price, nnd change.! when leslril. post-ntlle- vol. xrv. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, OCTOBER 81, 1888. aiiujzsihtL rit)nn..h.. NO. 44. Brcn camo out "IntoTiie Btrects. He t was hardly tho shadow of himself. Ills clothes were worn and patched, and hung loose, about him Ho was poor uud alouo. Ho was happier that lust summer morn lug thuti any king oil throne. His hturt was light as ulr. He tramped with a strong new life; he wanted to throw up his rap and hurrah. It was done. Ho was free j ho was free I That was tho thought of thoughts. All this whllo ho had felt himself bound and walled In. Ho Iiad not belonged to himself. Ho had been tn Jail, though nobody knew. Ho might go where ho pleased; but unseen barriers went with him and shut him from honest folk. Something llko this had been his feeling. And now It was as if the prison walls had suddenly rifted nway, and tho roof rolled oft llko a burning Bcroll. Aud all tho frco green earth was round about him onco more, and tho freo bluo cloud laud wido as heaven over head. That 0110 thought rang round and round In his brain Frco, free, free! Now ho could co to Kato. lto longed nnd w as afraid. IIo feared all lmaglnablo things. What changes might not lmvo happened In all this weary w Idle? What could sho have thought of his strango behavior? Well, ho would bono for tho best; iie would bo honest and straightforward. When sho knew all, sho would understand. She would not bo hard upon him, ho tried to feel sure. When ho wcut round to Qulncy street that night, tho blinds of No. 70 were closed Tho place waa "To Let." Mr. Arrow had gono Into a silver miuo speculation somewhere In tho west. Kate had taken to teaching, souiew hero In Vermont, they believed. That was all Brcn could learn. Traveler sent him home for tlirco weeks to recruit. Ho camo back in ten days and begged Charley tc let hire go to work. Ho was very quiet, and apt to brood a good deal if ho was not kept busy. Ho had been a littlo wild at first. The blow, as Bren was, staggered him. Ho thought he had deserved better; It was grinding a fellow a littlo too hard. Vlrtuo was its own reward, was it? And that was w hat a man got I I can't tell you all that ho said. But, back of all, when tho first Intolerable sharpness had worn off mmewhat, ho saw and felt the truth that tlicro Is only ono way, that truth and honor aro best and Incomparable overy where and when. Better a thousand times, ho honestly believed, lose love, and life, and all, than havo ono's will aud not bo worthy I Ho 'know it and said It to himself while ho cursed his fate for very bitterness, and thought ho should better bo dead. And he did not get over tho pain, though the rough edge wore away. It went too deep. Iio settled Into a quiet, reserved littlo fellow, whom everybody liked, and whom no ouo know very well. Traveler gavo him better pay by and by. Ho laid by n iit,tlo for a rainy day and plodded on, thccrful, In a way, after a while, with a gentle vfay that surprised his friends, and an Instinctive shrinking from the veilcsl hadow of fraud with a kind of fear Bren Is three years older when wo meet him next You would say ho Is flvo or six. Sitting ono day at tho samo old desk, his pen between his teeth, his eves looking out to tho street, but seeing thlncs that happened veard ago. tho post man comes In and laja a letter on tho desk. Tlio address Is In a lady's hand which Bren does not know. IIo tears off tho end and leads: BlIAUMCllUN, Vt., Oct. 11. About two years ago F1111.NP Wti.i there camo to livo tienr this nil old man named Uray IIo luul beon for many j icrs In a hnrdwarq honso lu your city. Ills daughter married two years ago, and her huHh.iud brought tho old gentleman hero They aro to livu: ho la a native of II near neighbors of mlno; tho old gentlo-mannd 1 took n liking for each other. iio has been oulto 111 for some time. though I nm glad toi say ho Is mending now. 1 was by him ono night when ho wns vvandeilug; In his delirium I heard him speak your name. IIo talked of jou a meat deal. When lie trot sensible ngaln 1 asked him about It. You must know what ho told mo. I think I understand now what puzzled me greatly once. You can't blamo mo for not seeing it then; I hnd no know ledco of tho rase, and you must know jou acted very strangely. But I'vo thought It all over, aud I can't say but that I may havo seemed to jotiuu Just. Aud I came to tho conclusion that it eouhi do no harm, at least, and would bo a satisfaction to in self, to wtlto and say to vou that J no vor meant you any utikimfucss. Thero uro soiuo things I cannot tiiidcrstand. but you nnd I were too good friends onco for mo not to wish to bo still eonsldeiod K. A. Your friend, Itron took n railroad cuido from a hook Then i beside his desk nnd'tnmed It over. ho turned round aud. spoko t ono of tho men: "Tell Mr. Tiaveler, when ho comes In, that I'm going otrt.of town aud won't bo back before Friday'." He got clown at Bramtncrlin station as tho dusk vvai coming ou. It was a pleas-an- t littlo town. Ho easily found a person wiio could direct him. "Arrow? Yes; teacher In Hillsldo Institute. Up tho hill, first road to tho right littlo gray house n.i.ae, Mrs. Minim." illren saw a woman's figure coming: down Ho stood tho hill alone in tho dusk. across hcr path. Sho looked up sharply as sho came near." n rVe have the best presses, and typt, employ skilled workmen, and onr f.cll-ltle- x are therefore superior. u ANTEE' CHICKEN Cholera Cure! s Mi lffliflSfSi i I' 4 I V Keeping the Casl. By J. T. M'KAY. (Copyright!. ICONTINUCD.J pm 3 TBtavur 1 i i'r ,!l pvM NTS tairair 3 I UN ml H AM If S"IWHi 1 t'i ,X .Xf Birch; .UI ai'jWTIOMS i".Tt T - -- j i ""," .) ill i . nJ't ' ' I I t rr ' i Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every. year front Cholera It is more fatal to chit kens than all other diseases combined. Hut the discovery of a remedy that positively turn it has been made, and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial. A 50 cents bottle is enough for It is guarone hundred chickens of anteed. If, after using a bottle, the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera, return it to the undersigned and vour monei will be refunded. roll SALE I1Y YOUR DKUGGIST. two-third- s Visit Small Bros. Sample Room at Hartford House! .. ' Lmlies, Misses, OliiWrens t'.t nml Iiilimls Goods 11 Made a Specially!! J coons ii;livj:iii;i) fkek of ciiahum mm ii.niiii nwi mill' hum J MI'.V ION SIINCi, 2LU& -V-. & TvTOr ... nr mi i.i'nk. OM c vrra is ??; HS ir.jrt, 8 B k & 'd .' .. vu ?A q R flllie r I'llllipp lliiuillr lin Ibc mhI, AsIipiiiI of tlil nrpKt Nmlmi, Artit ilon't pruiHiso In kIp It up To H "Unci" iii iiiiciintiiiii. (Irover Clevoliinil 71li Vj yn.Vvv-W- s' - - fci tiV - ,w The lirnve ami ulunly HenioiTiil", Am piy firoiiii In nuuilier; Their platform' on axilll Imp, Iiiinlipr. Ami liuiUof rlrt-riitami Nnrlli ami Smitli, Ju Kat nml l'iioc DiiinocralMiro woiUuii;, In lilii'nt. Tn keepolil vtillkltiu " Anil thprti will Iip p W, ;riir ? ps yt y' Their "iMlmpr'ltoat iimiii tliclntec Kruiii iiophii now iipiiii, ! li A mtotlio Wlillii IIiiiii'p ihiw, Thuy mitiily have no iiihImm. llu'lr Klilpntmalp Ii nun tu phniKM Of w lu nitti nf IhN iiiiIIiiii; Who'll laml her at the Whllo llnuxiihior, In xpllaof nil t'riHitlnn. DriiiocriitnofplKlity-clKht- for the beiietlt of certain manufacturers. The tax is called protection, because it in supposed to inuko piotltable certain kinds of business which it is claimed men cannot engage in if the tax is added to the price paid by the consumer, otherwise there would bo no protection about it, and tlm foolish plea that this tax isnot naid by the consumer is an ..,.....,, intelligence; for ex ;..: Y. .V..".!.... i a vvooieu coaiis ","" iniiii.ni in r.niuint m. S10, is iniK)rtod here, the government Ich'irgosntarilVoii it of M per cent, which tlionniKiitornil.lsproiHirtionutelvhis own l.rollU, taxes and expenses of business, and the poor farmer buys this coat with nil these things added to it, thus paying this merchant's tariff, taxes and oxpousos, and how much he pays for tariff alone, road for yourself, in tho ' small list below of groceries and we nr-- 1 ing apparel for a farmer and lus vvlfo: Witiiout Willi nmi'n . (Inicprlw. Land Sales. ""'V"J"' "-- Siur lilt) i ...P.... MothHts Salt . SWmIiv lh , l)it not l)lluve In foollnr; In rule ol "limit" nml Mimrftrnu, Tlie 'vo lmil n rliht kimmI n'llfHilllo. Vlnmiai .... .......... Hturcli. .. . WlroelolliPS line...-- .- .. ... . . iMirt i i , ii,ijiiii i L 8 s J KtnUFYR IliTR STOMACH & BOWELS, W: i Odctl' 'ii Ithl frjUT'"ttf inl r.M., t I c ( V' - Ohio eon lily Deiiioernl, Will rally lii Xovpinhpr, Ami miibIi n hlou iik they will MrlKc, ThCKoiU" will Miroreniemuur, inn no pollllplau mire, lint eye are miuIh for keilins, TliHtciovclanil Hthe eoitiliiK mnii, Ami llnrriMMi.tlie ilrvlni(. I til Clotlilin: for 1'iirmpr. I work Hilt .. I kiksI milt .. 1 overeo il.. 2 11 a n u o I . hires.. ah a n i : il 1 liesl farm in Ohio county forsalo tit public Auction at tho Court House door :.. in Hartford on Monday d... Mil .,f V... M'inbcr, if nut sold at private s.ile. Farm contains 175 acres, 40 acres hih ,'.. i i ...i in.....,.,.........- ...-.- . . ,r .:..i. ..... i,iim, t -- . ........ l.:..l. ..ill imun.iir.iw.. inol.,ili. of corn to tlio tierc. Good dwelling tl msL, aruc Htock or tobacco barn, '2 L,00.i rn cribs anil other young orchard, ' acres in meadow, dwelling house on tho public road near c . y LKor'n house in 1ml mile of eht Lentucky College, m tin town of South Carrnlltou, Jvy. I will t Kill 0 tills furin for stock or for town propel ty in Hartford or anv other town and will , . . I rmr.ip o.c.i trniii ,tnn- to live veiirs to .... .1.. i.v too 1,1 I ii ditrerence. SJ1 20 acres of land adjoining Hick Pay-- j a lor's land, will bo sold at public auction 41 ut the Court House door in Hartfoid, "iKv.. on the Mb of November 18SS. if I will bo in &i not wild at private sale. irnrtfnr.I mi Voveiiiber fifli. For nrico ww and terms, writo to South Carrollton, i Kv.. or call oil JleUonn-- Hhoads, Hart- -' , C. Ij. Mohehbu). ford, Ky. sira (I4S 4H 2t ' ISM October 17. IS". 10 is l.. l..i4.. lie was Rlnil to Unci tho books all lto ilrovo nt tliL-- all day. In tlio v.tiliif. Iio uplit over to OllllU'V strppt. Ho IiikI tolcl her wheto ho was (pnuir; sho was Rorrv, slio liail balil. hu woiililn't bo nt Mrs Muckerun'M hi PiMuy He know he slioiilJ ho nil light wht-- ho saw her; ho didn't Know what was tho matter with liini now. Well, ho went round. There was sumo company nt tho lions?. Tho first thlnif ho saw when ho looked In was Kiitosittinjr at tho piano, whom sho hud When kIiomivv Hreit stand been pl.ivhiff. va M tlio il'inr, n littlo llush ramo sud- She pmllcd, and doiily Into tier cheek turnud her hand us It lay Idly oil the koys. ll.i hod hack from her linger ns Tho light Ilieu had not born thinking of It moveil tlio ritiK; onlv of Kato hunelf When tlio Hashed in his eves, it struck him as If ho had received, a blow. Ho bnrk into the hull and pretended to (ret something out of hlscoat Ilohndseen Kato (lush with pleiisuro almost before xlm k.iw lii in: and ahoi'rlblothoueht went tlnoiiph him with tho diamond's Hash. lie lmil stolen Ivntos love. It strucK mm keen nnd hard. Ho went In and tried to bo himself. Kverywheio tho Jewel pursued him with Its merciless gleam. Y lieu he talked to Kato, It put him out and Ho was mado him iitniiimer and flush. nervous and out of sorts. Ho could rid himself of that lionible, tormentnot ing thought, the more ho tried tho mnro IT., un, irlnil in rrpt I. pnmn iitiil pnmn nway HmveM homo and took out that Ho had money fiom mi kept It hv Itself. Ho had said It was sent f10 WOuld tiso It for no common tollm. jlllrust. Ho had given part In charity; tho rest ho would si cud for Kato. Ho hiU out what was left .There was lust ........ ... ... ,..rt . II. ?lu: lie imueii u tn., mu ivimuk ; wio pocket Iio toolc threail nuu neeulo nna sowed it up Ho would not have touched u cent of It now for lovo or life Ho went to ..bed and dieamed that nn evil demon , ,, , , l. ii ln-i- rtl . t d at d , f jlim horribly with ono wide, blazing eve ,t that never sliutl , n-- ' ' lightl It was surely no blamo that she And besides he liked pleasant things had changed himself, ho ought to know. But whenever nndvvhatever.it camo to tho samo thing, It was tho money that had mado tho change And 15rcn broke out Into language that I am not going to Do what ho might, ho conld not get that4 glittering ewe out of his head. a li. t n iivi.ivllur lilnn liliJ f rttlfV lmil ..,....! Iin ...tn. i "ifjifi, lmil licpii hn irn of lato; ho said ho could namo tho day of thochnngo tho day ho had first money Iiau . ,. :. . nils cursed . .. - 10 speim. . ioi ucr tnai no oiamcci .ier, or iiiooiii. oi i.. onco as mercenary. As booh would he have thoucht of meanness In angel of ....... ,i. 12 s s.) 111 ST 01 .. ,.,.....,,,. J., Hi-ir- v ! Ao Imagination tlmt fancied soincthliifr evil mur uu, stone Oh If rJen!e n tue gleam of tlio js untirunniH riu dy lnB"p,,;:r ll.IITHillH,0T.2J, Iks". 11 ! Y 'S i.nrmuiu.ihtinii ir t hep, ho onlvliBil tho clittcring baublo back! FftKICIICO C1L. LCUIIVILLC. ru,ir. mora nervous and V kcn Yr. n y. H3a'i iiau will euil metinilrexpross.iiiiiM)totilcoiul-- ' And ho wcut, gettingKato wore tho ring ,ltr',t'1V!,f,Mlyi " troubled overy 'lay- TARI?? TRUTHS. Cliitlilnu-- rnr mI '.? ll V.r-l-- t hrS isi.e,,i8t!:NevVVork. 'constantly; naturally sho thought it fiiriiipi's wile !y 'k &?PVv?'r7;"7r.v?7 1ejillooilros. wrouiu pieaso uren. ono uiusi. nuvu vwu t :l eadlv perplexed bv Bren's behavior. Na- Hon. Alfred F. Thayer, A "Wabaun- 2 oswo nl ell to cold winds, nun, turally, too, Brcn' brooded over tho thing Unihu: exposuio cm la r ilreH see County Republican, bright light or malaria, may bring on uUi ft acquired tho power upon him of u '2 woolen 10 ... Ilniti, ,.twi,. iti.,1 wni.iiiosH .if thrt even. I tu sUlrlx ...... fOv 2 pott o u 1'yo magician's spell; and ho camo to hato and sr. Dr. .T. H. McLean's Strongthening i ij Exposes the Wrongs to Farmers Under J. skills jfiltntntiKtririn. fear with a C.1... n H4VVMII IHWHUi. lint- I4I.IOUII.I....WM, NIlltH OOt ljllll'and III (.iili.liiA neivei.nud strength- that Jt shall notkind and degree of horror I mako you understand. Protective Tariffs. soothe tho cool ton iimler. l llic ntiilorolKiivil IiuvIiik lt'n rcntiirctl as I li cold Jftl wear ........ i en wenk aud failing Kyo Siglit. 2'icts a I Then Kato becamo avoid as Bren grow lifiillh liytlmpli' iiimiiik, tifiiT Hiiilorlni: for 7i thr FanmrK nf W'akiwirett Cminti) J stills wo her, whllo ho strange and began to AOm'i Mtvpral johin Willi h wulci liili nirrctloi). box. Uliilor-vml hii'ii : , poulil not keep away from tho company Ih ( OIIIIIMillllll, IIIKl HlHt I SU I TI AVlien u until ducidcH to leave ono iiixIikih lii limkti Riinwn to 111" fellow Bern caught her onco or vvlie.ru sho was. .1 pnlr wool wj Electric Bitters. uirty and vote with imutlior, ho liie.. .... mimiN "f 4iirp. T tlii wlioileslre mi tvvlco rcrardlmr him covertly, with a It, lie will i hriTliilly mmhI (triM- - of rhiiriir) a MioiiM Inte u J''1 mid willlc lent reason w on I u II mSj! This remedy is becoming so well ' wondering glance, as ho (tat apart un( llic limy pris, rlpllun imwl, whlcli mil) Hit ulnilc ......, or doiitir no. will fliKl itKiln iiiif lor 1 w o O nnd so popular as to need no easily, and tried to talk with this ono and I huo lived mi my fiirin, in Mniilo Ciilmtli, ilrtiiHlililH iikI nil lliront 2i 1 Stl IWl ....MM iw known inontiAii.AU who have used Lice-- 1 that But tho end camo. Ouo night It nil hiiIIi fc ti Hill, IJuiisiiK, sineo special iihtl In K M.0 ullfh. Up Iu1 ninl hae voted . w o ii n muf t Jiaro C()m(j ,0 hcr dm,y wt Tl 01 uill try tin. ipiupiI). in u i lnvnliurlp the (Input ilifiiiitiekrtcniititliloiiHiy much IhhhI trie Hittei-- sing tho samo songof praise. strange conduct had something to do with ilpn hi, wP'cli Mill 'I in m id .lilnu' tin- pn 5 yai.ls nl.- Some of 1MJJ, when I (lecitiuti of ue. pin iifiiliin mil iiin pmvo ii tii-.ti ir j A purer medicine does not exist nnd the ring Sho tried It. Watching him l.liUAIUi A. tlin ri'iiHiiiiH that lmvo induced I no to de ,1 lion will ptPio ii.l.lr. , UH IIiiiipii rol. so a; Kiiik puiiiiy. as wiimiv vviiu i:' it is gnarantcedtodo all that is claimed, j askance, sho kept tho stono turnedmoved. cide to Mito tlio Deiniicnitie ticket thin I l.irs him wherever ho to flash nrll-lYnrk. 7. pair wool tlitH lmok. ninl Electric Hitters will euro all diseases vour. iiro eontuiiicil tn UrilM jjrrVj.ininiy moro uneasy under hci 21 21 mils noup ol the MiiteniiMitN t Heroin can no tlin Tiiver unci Kidni'VH. will rOinOVO lioml- nmvnl nliout. shifted his chair, tiutlifully ilon itil. bit rf"V). V?', "SMl'imples, Hoils, Salt lHieum nnd other changed color and and his lip. as ho caught PARKER'S Presently 1'louso rend it, ynt HAIR BALSAM will lie eonvilieed,anil 1Ibeliovu tlint that iesSo that lnbuyingSIO wortliofgrocer--ofi aftectioris caused blood. -- - tho gleam ngaln ringngaln gone. was tho for vour family, and $.10 woith Wht UruIIHcan lutvii been, fiiUr CImus tlio rrouivics a luxui iui trroi uu ia tln ilutv ninl nrliic!?o of the fur- - clothing foi yourself, aud S.10 worth for Will dnyo Mal.uiri from the system and .aHn on i,u hat to como away, feci- Ntvcr Full to fletlors Grtyj it all, ...... movent as well - ....... nil Malarial r... ltur wretched and almost despcrato, Kato $&m. wife, .... i..t..i.,f $110 htipiHiit anil vote the voior. nfri9iii Touiniuitalr falling ineiH toiik that iarty in jileilifedDemoerlie y your to tho manufacturer, in to reine-il- give uiiilcr tins Oiirrr1pdlHriLni1 ticket, For cure of Headache, Constipa- - glided out and stood suddenly boforohlm, I'niirkrlt4, ', ; eroot and proud, an angry llush glowing tlicMi wrongs that lmo beooiiiu to lienetlcient svstem of I'lolection, three ;, ninety-tw- o out of e-v- tiort nnd Indigestion try J.Icctnc llit- - In her fine, her lips n littlo apart and her emits dollars and PARKER'SCINQERTONIC Kroat lor tlio lariuetH to near, tiurty- - tors Kntiro satisi.iction guaranteed, or breath coining (puck, bho did not speak, Al.VltlUJ V. TllAYIilt. crv ten dollars lor gioeeries.iinu ItiTaluaUdtprrvit ,C Mi, InwarJ Tain. Eihtu.Uoii. cents out of jUOiiey rufnnded. 1'rico 50 cts. and $1.00 .but sho put out hcr hand with a littlo .MiijiIo Hill, Kan. llv'o dollars and ilfty-niuAugust, 1H8S. every ono hundred dollars of clothing per bottle at 7 . Wajuo tlritlln .fc lire's wI"to box. Ilren put up his hand Irrcso- lliivini: bi mi ciiroil ol iutt,ly. half uuesslinj what It was. Tho for yourself and wife. WHAT IS ATVIIIFK? box slipped through his fingers, and It is no noudcr that your furins are Drug Store. lltllld II pVMi"i'liUpii"nyiit( long can vou standi hundred yenw ao. a bund of Surcral How onened ns it fell. Tiro diamond Hashed In llll till P.ll'ir, "f IHlly llllllM'IPtlllllllllll pirates and robborn lived in the town of hitch a system of wrong its this? It is a Urea's eyes, and tho ring rolled round and SHILOH's OATAKKII llEMKDY jiiuiifiii foiu. iNiuixiiiimlo iiinkr Known In 'IoIIiomi "Turi!hi."u Minill henport town in Spain, only n citestion of time for you to be- - positive cure for Catarrh, Diphtheria lay on tho floor at his feet." A sudden iilliciHtiip liiiplu iniiiluiil who wi.h iii.d will Klvolilin lliplrHymploiiiH on the jrediterranean Sua. a Bliort tenant farmers instead of owners, nmi Canker-MoutFor salo by J. pulso of fury telzed him. Ho lifted his ho will win! (fipp)li lelum nnill ii iipy or east of the Straits of flibraltor. It and when your fauns aro taken fiom W. Ford. 40eowly foot and stamped upon the ring, ground In the rppipu i Bitcppsfiilly M1.SW.111 cusp. thoM) robhcru to un- von. th.111 vou will w uko no from vour .- -. It under his heel as If It had been a . 1MMm:V, was the custom of AiIiIiiu.ii In pi)nlliIiiico,J Y, liHIly round with their liontH every vessel pasH-i- lethargy when it is too lato. 43('vilnrHl., N. vcuoiuous thing that was stinging him to IWem.i, III by, Si illy, skin Tin tine. through the straits, either in or out Then ho turned nway and rushed swavni'.'s death run Tim: to vvakk vr, is now. Tho simple annt'cition of out llliu lliu night. and compel a delivery to them of a porWlllHIIll IU1V Inlernul mcllclnc, 'I'l. . Democratic party is p u gt sl In OlNTMl-ST,Vrhero Aro You Going? nll). tll, tion of tlio vessel's cargo, or it cuuiui-len- t iciier, rie Itliemn, That moment his mind was mado up. . duty will ciru I'lmphs, lieu, k ... m'lt WlnniiloyounlnrtT Where from T How many hi money, and the tribute was call- remedy this wrong, and it is your your uinijwiirni, Piles, Itchy, Mores, Hriiininiis, Le- - " I'1', J1,0."0,0,1 , "w. ,'.'? ' no Hicln 7em all n- Oy. n to hob) them lift the '"lii"." from 01 inignt ot ed "Tiiriff" from if I'"") t hii'ii amouia the town in which lilml j , lUter ,lllrt, nuVUnaieor lungMaiiillni! It Is ho would if lint touts ilo you pnferf lm hip h wo yon t shoulders. those lobbcrH lived. potent, cllnctlve, nnd costs lull a tlllle. Ho sat at hU desk next day when Upon r .i , of an to the nliovo T.nt 11s ns American farmers too to it. lemaiiiH as it was will bv I unit" In l,lno oftxpenM:, Mlth camo In. The tariff of the loivJHtn ft riite, nlno of old simply mbboiy, and is called that only those are elected to Congress TJrr.vM free with Traveler ho said (ho noticed how n!r,.. "Uien," nmiM, tliiiofll tiihlee.pam. ilVAii, H as Senators and Heiiresontntives who ' A JASAL INJECT protection. Bren was aud wondered, but said pledge themselves to help this reform by each bottle of Sliilcih s Catarrh itemed v. nothing), "Uien, wo'll have to get anublmlutorin. Sai JTJntlormhlrh inu tor salo by J. . other man. Tho business Is growing, aud who will l'rico .'() cents wl mva t ronli'. t'wo nml money. Atonta nUl "Hvory their votes in Congress, and Cleveland I'ord. Cleveland Mid: President 40eowly cull In ipiiii wluro inw'inni Pnrllfu not I'residont licit I'm tied up more than I can be and do tho tern!) to oi dollar taken from the jieoplobv the gov- who.tio thohandsofand willing to help r al"lvonuMtiinth()Ulil cut out stands ready outside work." hnilprpBLTTOIhln not lev f.irtuturo relerence. It ernment in excess of its needs for its 11 we jieiji 111111. imiy Iwonic nr.fi .ircia t;. H, WAnntK, Bren turned round with an eager face. economical administration, is lioiuu'.iiv." us, it Ft I'uul, Minn., or fltiwril riisraii,-jjci us insmi upon it. that taxation "You want a fellow to soil" Demshall bo ccrmd, and let us help tho "Yes," tick, w. (ars her Cutortt, Abraham Lincoln nay: "You can fool ocratic party, "so long as liberty is its Vhon Hiby "What will on payl" $$r liconle no mi: of the time, and vvatchword.anil equal taxation its creed." When li yit t. ChIM, ilia cr!M fur L'aitorls, pjil, rrnt nil., for !.. alt, of tho of tho iieoplo ALt. of th'o time, but Hosiu "Charlov," Urcii said, "will you glvo It When the became UlM.'tb. clan; luC.JtiirU, oi yon cannot fool alt. tlio people moV I'll do It for ten. to "Ago Cannot Wither Hcr." tl.eia CutorU, When lb. bvl Ohllilreu, tli. the time.' Traveler faced square round, sitting on roniarked an old gentleman, asho gaza packing box In front of Bron's desk, ed fondly upon the comely littlo woman Louisvillo, Ky. "llaiig It, Uien, vou'ro cruy. Do )ou 111 soven of our Western States there by his side; "but frankly, ' ho continwant to glvo up the books? What do j ou aro morti'n.'es airirreuatiui! tho enor- - ued, "at ono tinio 1 was afraid cosmetV meant" nious total of four billion live hundred ics would." Tho silly littlo woman, in Notico! ' "N'o," llrcu answered, "I can do both. million of dollars, aud in Kansas tho order to appear youthful, plastered her omot'mcuiTUvUur, Thero too spells through tho day whea I mortgage indebtedness amnuutHto near- fneo with different Miiieties of white- James It. Kliin.l'lir., Largost A Finest Hotel In the City. ) dolcan work at tho books I'd do tho rest ly two hundaed and fifty million Altai list wash, yclept "balms," "creams," nights. I tell you, Charley, I've got to lars: now if protection is lesponsiblo for ,vc. "Yes," interrupted tho lit- H. )', llneker, Ailm'r. Ac Ueft. J savo monev some wav. If you won't lot Alt pcrnoun IiiivIiiv clslnu nunliiHt tho fc tho prosperity of tho manufacturer, it is tlo woman, "I did, until my skin be$ of James I,. II11111III011, ileeeaseil, sre no- - 1110 have this, I'll havo to get somothlng also responsible for tho debts of tho came like paiehmcnt.and so pimjily nnd pIho. nlaco. I'm In n funnel- in Kansas. course." "Well," said tho listener, tllliltofllethc ame ploiicrty wltn the IsM, Bren bent over hard ledger, Charlov." and itAi'is: aud Traveler tho on or before November lllli, "Use," was "what do you use now"? to $4.00 PER DAY thought ho did not seo it very plainly $2.50 1'or vou cannot enrich ono by robbing tho reply,- - "nothing but common sense, or they vyIII he fmever burred. "I'm In hard place, nnd If Aponnllni! lo Ilnoinx, John!'. HvuiiKTr, Master Coiiitiilloncr. just then 1110 havo a this you'll help mo another, without making tho ono rob- and Dr. I'iorco's (lohlen Medical. you'll let .. Common souse told 1110 if my bed the HUii'crcr, and these nioitgages llalli.-V.0"l nillli nml HiiimIiiii jou snow. tho occur rni:oui:nri.v ace "ri'11; pine, 11H-- leKiiiiiiiii wnlltrl l,..,,o.,lw.l,l ul.lnl, dents linrlw innuts. more mail VVClli llSVO 11 V'OUr OWll Way, ..i.. iuo what tho Kansas farmers have eon- - iiiouu whs 41,,,l41.n,i4v,.r,l "VVolI, .i, imnii omiun We nav :.. ..,..! ti United toward nrotectlou. cases Brcn," Traveler answcied, "j on can try 'Dis - ,,irnins. bruises: for uso in each year in Kansas in tho onhanced tiikoontlio lmu of health. if you "'to. price ol our goons causeii ny protection, covery' did all those things, and actual- - )r. J. H. McLoan's Volcanic, Oil Jnni- It So Brcn went to work, Ho mado up a lv reiiivinatpd 1110.'' ment has for many years been tho con more than twenty millions of dollars. 40m!I lut In a l inn l'.i loft and unvo up his Its thousands of cures aro tho best stant favoiito family remedy. will mU FfcKE SAMPLE cffmrffotuleifu! Ae lodclni?. Week In and out ho did his l4cttloftrfi mal ecu. iltliiln to uayJa(trtiowUhM iidvcitisement for Dr. Sago's Catarrh nil luini i.iik1 lit.filitiv lircrtt,urchrilni TniiiV is a tax that takes hold of lteinedy. double work, day after day, night after Notico! Mutan. liAKtR RlMCOY CO.. Box 101, iiulfalo. & everything f win tho crow u of your head night. Ho ato tho plainest faio. Howoro I.. T. Millard nilnir, of liu M. Iluulnr) Ids clothes till they were threadbare and v will mill (KllKK) on in-- . to tho Nolo of your feet; it taxes your Faii bettsr than the hnrsh treatment J I'eler.Mny.etal. thoroughly shabby, uud patched them stump, coat, your vest, your breeches, your 'LES. eellilof ii which horribly, gripo tho Iio ciyou use, of medicines,.1..,li.i.ii lltA nininiiii fit 41 ui ah 11. rimia liavliHi claims nunliiU proeiit - with his own hands. Only ho laid by ono .. .1 RwSi'RUoJliXlVEOETABLE BALM boots, your shoes, the tools to laleoflrnM. llunlernre notified In my nf- - suit itiralust a day ho hoped lor. 110 was say ...&!...!. p " eat, and rainnniuu irmiiij mo iu food .veri. Iiefiue inu at llti:t:KI,l'.H, I'IMI'I.I.S. III.AVK IIHAIIS. tho taxing you hatdly out of tho building day or night; a man fiom the top of his stomach. Dr. .1.11. McLeans CI IBs that iii.oic:iii:h, i:ii IoivIhk tho skin soft, clpiirunil beaiillful. head to tho sole of his boot is a bencllt and lever Cure by .mm yet ellectlvo ,iMy of November, Isf, or they vrlli be fur- - 10., ot ,, t.ariy nnd tramped out half a Jou.s l. IJvuiiftt, compound tlio suit Illy to him, is nothing else than absurdity. action will cure. Sold nt fiO cents tur rer barred. M, il(.ttit,. then ho was Touch Willi this to k -nl.oplr. "..-.4UIU.1," v.u..-.....bottle. ilftni lltworlc till It vras high time and he And Iho liilltht alnwwlll best Its virtues speak. "HA0KluCK7laTtinga,.dfra. SHILOH'S CUM. will immediately WHAT IH NIOTEOTION? Also luslructlnun for proilurltiK i luxuriant Kiowlh of lialr mi n hahl .brad cir smooth giant perf nine. Price M and 50 cts, For relievo Croup. WliciopiiigCough, llron- about Kato was bitter enough, and It is a tax lovled on overy furnior, . Ford. 40eowly Il Ann. Ht., face. AihlresH A.O. rtTMll-ni.Weowly chilis. For saloby.T. merchant, and other consumer, ralo by J. W.Ford. r VKtKllit But ho was on tho way ny 1 SUnnfMUit"1ou1jilirhA fl ilmnvr . . pair wool socks ........ wool lint... pair suspender r?TKKV-WInfcr.?,nniira- i. .I'',,. 1 y' !hou..mNnr ' I ...a irarny ...r impHna .ii. .,i. i cnscline i.i ..I, iiui Ho could not keep away from Kato; nnd somehow her graco. her goodness, her fa- ' vor lo himself, whilo they charmed him, Iwero tho keenest possible pang. Tho flash ," brilliant seemed tc, burn and lilt rcpat. , ,f bock lo the straight track. It was happiness to look before aud think of being clear to go ahead onco more. And tho satisfaction was 110110 tho less keen that the way was hard aud long; ho felt ho was doing manly, honest work. Traveler saw it was doing him good, and lot him alone Ho did not go near Kate; ho could not. Ho did not dare tell hcr the truth. He said that he had no right to eo and let hcr think ho was worthy of an honest girl's regard, when he know ho was not. Or, at least, not yet; when ho was out of this, ho trusted he would bo then. Iio feu red what might happen meanwhile, feared that more than anything now. Ho prayed God sho might not change. Tlio summer heats camo on. Bien grew thin and white, but ho kept his health yet. But Traveler grew afraid, Ho camo In ono August day, hot aud tired, and out of sorts. Something had fretted him. Bred was plodding away nt his hooks, having an Interval of a few minutes be- twecn sales. Ills palo face fired Traveler. "Curso It, Brcn!'' ho broko out. "How long aro vou going to keep up this Infernal grindf I say It's got to stop. I won't have It In my place, I swear I won't." Bren looked up with a whiter face. mo be, Charley," he answered, doggedly. "Itu alt right, I tell you. If let me alone, I'll lie done with this jou two weeks from Saturday night." t And Traveler turned away and found fault with everything, stormed at the men. slammed tilings right and left; and finally camo back and nulled Bren roughly olt his stool, ordered him out of tho place, nnd not to show his face again that day. Bren knew better than excite his friend's stormy temper; ho went off and caught a boat bound up the riv cr; landed and lay down under an oak on tlio liver hank, aud slept on the grass ail the hot afternoon, like n tired child. Traveler sat down at the desk when Brcn was gone, and worked away till he had tho books Bcpiaro to date, never speaking a word the whole afternoon, and no one daring to speak to him. Then ho get up nnd closed the ledger and went homo to tea, whistling "Listen to tho Mocking Bird." Tlioso last weeks of that summer were hot and dry. Bren got littlo sleep nights; tho baked brick walls never cooled, night or day. One's ordinary round became a burden; Bren's doublo stint grow day by day a load heavier and harder to carry. Toward tho lasfho btaggercd under It a good deal. But he bora up stoutly. Often ho would havo to lie back and shut his eyes, for a blindness and dlzilness that camo swarming Into his eyes and brain. Bnt ho would shako his head clear, like half drowned diver, and go at It again, gamo as a terrier. It was not over wlso of Bren; hut ho never could bear to wait. Thero was a kind of grim Joy In the very ardor of the fight. Ho felt that the end was worth It all, worth anything. If ho could hoid out. And ho felt that the satisfaction of victory would bo keen In proportion to tho pluck and patlcnco Bpent. But thoso hot weeks told upon him, day by day, and steadily pulled him down. "If It had not been for Sundays I do not believe ho would havo pulled I am afraid our young friend through was not ovi.r regular that summer In his attendance upon public worship well, tit longest season comes soon . POWDER Absolutely Pure- POWDEH never varies. A marvel nurltv. Ktrenirlh nnd whole, mieneea. More economical tiiun the ordinary kinds. nml ennnot bo sold In competition with the muitiiuueoi low lesi, soon weigm aium ur only in ennt. iiorAi. ihosphate powders. 1 ly Iaki.no Powder Co., IOGW11II Ht., N.Y. "It rrWIH .. ,(( PUOFKSMONAI. V. M. PKNIU.KTON. CARDS. W. T. llAYWARD. L.A.W -- IIAHTFOUD, KY. jEES, I- WILL practice thler profession In all the nf Ohio ntiif ndlnlniiiir cannllaa nnd tn Court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. aiso notary ruuuc lor 01110 connty. k, p. ouri'V. - V.U RAVES. Attorneys at Law Hartford, Kentucky. Ucrson'M GUPPY & GRAVES, ILL l'HACTIUE In all the courta oi Ohio county. Court of Appeals and Hu perlor Court. Otllce, room No.0, overAu. Y store. J. S, E. WEDDING, : Attorney At : Law the "iriLL prnctlcocountiesCourt nrijolnlnit and 111 of Ohio and Court of Ad- peals. Special nnd prompt attention given to coi18 ly tions. ROSINE, KY. F. L. FELIX, flTIiaiJWHAf Hartford, Ky. r x - Tin cnhl Ir. u'n lii 4 tnnrmil heen per-- 1 . I 5"-- TTi CM 0 (km) illK'11-.P- """.,.,. enough to an end. Tlio end of Augnst was now within two days and nights. It Bren wns Saturday evening, tho 'JUth. was writing weakly at his desk, his face and hands thin and tired looking enough. Traveler camu In aud sat down by him: thero was no ono elso In the place. Ho waited a littlo while; then begot up, took the pen out of Bren's hand, laid the blotter oetvvccn the leaves aud closed the "Brcn," ho said quietly, "It's 'two weeks from Saturday night." "I know It, Charley." Traveler counted out Bren's double pay and laid it ou the desk. "It's tho last time, Bren," Bren stood up at that, his thin faco all flushed. "Shako hands on that," ho says. "Tho last time, Charley; tho last time whiio I live, so help me Oodl" Ho took a roll of money from an lnsldo pocket. Ho spread It out and added part of what lay on tho desk. He ran quickly 188.08 principal and ovor tho bills Interest of tho uncharged bill, for four mouths, at 7 per cent, por annum. He took np' what was left and held It up to Traveler. "Charley," ho said, "I'vo boon through the fire and como out scorched. There's all tho money I own In tho world nine dollars and thirty centa." Ho told him tho whoh' story; ho showed him tho bill and tho balance account, aud tin iving entry on tho cash.. Ills eheok flushe'd hot as ho pointed out the lying figures, and a bitter dimness came Into his Traveller looked over Bren's eyes. shoulder, ullent and stern. Bren drew hs hand furtively across his eyes aud looked round at his friend with a deprecating "Don't bo hard on me, Charley. It wis hard place. And it was me it hurt," a "Bren," ho answered, his face and volco faco. ' in the courts of Ohio V uud ailjolulni; enmities. Prompt attention given to nil nuslness entruited to his cure. Olllceln Hkiiald building. I DUDLEY WIEEE, lawyerHARTFORD, KY. . book. 1 a ' WILL 1'KACTICK IN OHIO AND ADJOll. INU COUNTIES, ALSO IN TUK COUHTOK APPEALS. I li (lll-K- ir Attorney : At : Law, ROSINE, R. R. WEDDING, 1 (OOlce In Crowder Building,) : .-- . : KENTUCKY. 1 11 11 IwT-l- , 1 1 1I practice his profession In all the Courts of Ohio nnd adjoining counties. Hpeo- mi luieimuu given locoiieccions. lacy s . y ,w ,' - j7t. HOWARD Attorney at Law (Omco In Hill's Ulock, KredrleaBt.,) OJ5b i. :,, , , j,,,,.,,. ..- ' tt OWEXSHOKO, KY. rJ!?-M- .r rVV -- WILL prnctlco his profession In all tht of Daviess and mljolutng counties mid In the Courtof Appeals. Hneclal attention glvcu to Collections. Win. P. GREGORY, o 1 ' ATTORNEY IIAUTFOItD, KY. HPKCIALATTKNTIONTOBKTTLKUENT OK KSTATKH AND COLLECT ION b mnrt-niL'eil- . n'll-pur- ti ' nil I 111 - 1 1 cr ; (1111 y hag-ga- all grave, "I wouldn't havo believed It qf you. I'm sorry It has happened. But uover mind now. It must havo been la tight place And you got your pay; you found It a rongh road to travel. It ain't for mo to J ml go you. I might hare done worso In your plato." Bien paid tho money over to Traveler. them. It between They arranged Monday morning ho went down to found old Uray and bought a small bill of goods for tho btore. "Uray," ho said then, "fivo months ago you sold this bill of goods. I want you to look It HalTcl-finger'- IN OHIO AND ADJOINING COUNTIEH. over Anclertou'a Uazaar. H. P. TAYLOR, I . n' T GALT HOUSE all c. I ,', i i i i They clasped hands, and each know. In a moment that all was clear between them. They walked toguther In tlm twilight, till tho moon camo up and climbed tho eastern sky. They wont over it all up." ily and by they stopped before tho littlo They were up stairs and there was no gray hoitso. ono bv. Tlio old man took the bill and "I never cared for Brovver, Will,!' Kato looked at It and at Bren, putting up ono was sa lug, "But you vvcio s'o rndo to hand to his head. Hosatdovvu and turned him, nqd so so Jca'lous. Will, itliut J ou over Ids book of sales. Ho found tho inado 1110 take his side. I wus borry then, ilntn: thoro was no salo entered, to Trav but I couldn't help It, Will." eler that day nor tho next. Ho fumblpd "Nevermind uovv, Kate. I know It was tlio leaves nervously; then ho looked up my fault. I was a grouty fool But It with a frightened faco. "And this was would havo all como right If I hail kept what you meatiti"' clear of that cursed bill I was afraid of "That was what I meant." you after that, Kate." said I shouldn't bo hurt," ho "You "But you did what you could to mako pleaded. It right; and you and I have paid for It "You need not. But It has got to b dearly enough, haven't we? And jou'ro paid, and till Is how: Iok hero. Hare not going to bo afraid of 1110 any moro aro you, vVIll?" "N'o, Kate, dear; not ngnln, pieaso Oodl" Gal keep thee, littlo Bren; and keep theo true, and brave, and kind! Aud so God "Kate." "Will," ifJI OuNEUTLil Hartford, Ky. OMce lu Court, of WILL practice his profession iillcud In ull Cemiiimiwealth mid I1I111, Leii'il liuslucks entrusted 10 North side of public tiuare. LAWYER Hartford, Ky. his profession lu Hi A.riLL PItACTICKand adjoining counties, Y courts of Ohio and In tho Court nf Appeals. Hpeclal amotion iilveu to collections. Oftlce over J. E. Kotflu A Co ' store. J. EDWIN ROWE, COUNSELOR, and ATTORNEY if LOT, kcepusalll 1111 TUE KMi. ' U ifr fa Of Interest to Ladies. 1 I two-eci- il J."; K?ir3"w "But it hat got to I jiolcf, ami thb $how.n tho things I'yo ordered sent, Chargo the ltoms of this old bill on the new one. Add Enter the four shovols for Interest. wholo In your book aud say nothing, and you'il never hear ofJtagaJn." as human Many good (ft. iieoplo havo lived nappy lives in them, and many great moil havo been born Wiiriier'a T.oi. VtraaMiaar 1. 11.1,1.1 TIP fSftliin Aarsiiiinrlihi nndTin- ur I'Al ItONAdK .sC)I,lCJITKI).- pecauoo" Stomach Tonic, made by Warner of Safe Curo fame, nro reprollesideneo two miles North of Hartductions of tho best of tho old time ford, Kentucky. 20 Sta remedies, with which tho pioneers pf rugged health. Aineiica maintained their 4 lv disappeared T.nnflAHTVKhnvoiiiost. IIAIUTOUI), KY. LL urnctlce Ms profession lu Ohio and mlliilulnir counties. Hneclal ntt.ntlnn lveu lo Criminal Practice, Hettlement nt lecedent's Estate and Collections. Prompt utiaiillou given to all business entrusted rl mo. W habitations. Z. (Barnett, Deputy Surveyor 5 VOIUHC . - Nuwluik. t1 fLaln"' Plies! I'llesl Iti'lilliK Pile.. HVMlioNs Moisture: liitenno Itchluaniul stinging; niot at night; worse byncrutcti Inu. Il allowed to continue linnets lonn, which ollen bleed nml ulcerate, bernmlng very ore. HWavmi's Ol.fTMK.tT slops the Itching and bleeding, heals ulceration, ands In most cases removes tho minors. At or by mall, for. 'tennis. Hr.Huuyiie lOiull Sou, Philadelphia! druu-ost- 'IH 9 Ii WAGON SCALES, LtTtrt, Tar VMM I . k TON !) pmm mm IsihallM-lMS- iiM, nM nol n. Ml. rik. LI.I ..ll. IS'. w;.m4 Mli.MjOIISIiiiHMAallMi ((ii n w n X ' ... Hox. W. C. I'. Hkkckixiumu: has left Cnl. A. M. Suope to speak agniust whom lit plenses, and will speak iu New Yoik until the campaign clones. Hu went to nt tlie request of tin1 Nutiuiiiil Committee. New-Yor- both companies will unite and build road from Evansvillo, Ind., to Chattanooga, Teun., through Hart ford and Howling Green. u k Post Master General, Don M. Detroit n.s to Secretary lmjiird and myTHE MEDICAL ASSOCIATION. self. 1 replied tn him in tlm winds of The meeting of the medical Homco flreely to his defuiner. 'llieji ' .. that was recently held iu ..... ..I u !.. , Iiit'rmixu winner or Tin; signs of the times indicate iim einn.-inter, inn lloo). Krrpt,i, short llnml, 7fir(r.ipi y, ,t Hartford, was well attended fiom Hptec'lies and writiuvH of Clieely will bo 45 I C If V the election of Goodnight in the II r lie or t'liliifofHcKiiKf fall information. W IbbEiii IV I jm all pails of the county. The inter- esteemed as Amei ienn eliuwies. 1 1 is my Third District, by n very comfort THURMANM- $bCLEVELAND3&:-- -- ANDest that is evcr w hero taken in poli- duty to diseihes, especially us ho bus able majority. The Democrats of tics almost to the exclusion of all commended to mo the study of history, Muhlenberg are jubilant and jojous, Hoinowlint, but brielly, tlio public histoWiikn the editor of tho l'roijiet business, did not militate to any ry of Ids witness new Yerk and will carry that county for Good- wrote the recent very sanguine arand candidate as n gartforil Wwhljj gcvnW. colOrndo gient extent against this meeting. Htntesiiuin and public man. Complying night by 150 or 2."0 majority. ticle relating to the political situa I Ins missoUri meeting is but with Ins injunction, I have ininlo re tion in this Congressional District, McllhWltr JtllOADS, MIA.VJC L.FKLIX, N a good thing, and will promote the search to Kinui extent ns to the flguro bo Gen. Sam K. Him. hns cone to west Virginia hDITOKS AND I'llOI'llIF.TOUS. iOwn Perry county to preset ve peacj dur- he mut have confidently expected science of the practice of medicine iu cuts in tlio history of his country. Hut ample "encouragement" from Chair- this whatever record ho has iiuido iimiii his Tennessee ing their term of court. He will not county. These doctois, these WEDNESDAY, UUTOIIKIt 31. eimntry's history, that utill extant is kEntucky be able to come home to vote, as he man Quay. With the view to keep learned men, meet to tho dif- bad; whatever is not extant, is Gives You The News! burned. riorida fully intended to do. The General the aidor of the bold and blooming ficulties that beset tliein in their l.vppianso.j tie has iione more to cor CI ItCU NATION below the boiling miuuesOta regrets that he cannot voto for young journalist work of aviug life, warding off pes- rupt public conscience and to debauch ucbHaska 1..111 ii:it yi:aii. Cleveland, Thurman, Montgomery point, we suggest that perhaps sleek tilence and promoting health. They tho iKiliticnl morals of thejoiing men of simcitii'Tio: n:ici:.f Mat Quay Mad rather carry New and tariff reform. Georgia meet to exchange views, to recall ex- this generation than nil other intlitetices York fciato next Tuesday for Proenabled to do island Rhode perience, and to counsel each other. combined. all Ho has been of The Cheapesi And Be.st' this, Hko A friend writes us from Illinois tection and Monopoly, than to olect public men history who Ohio DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Theo meetings are directly condu- have attained bad eminence, because in L Virginia that the Democrats have made a a Congressman from even District cive to a more fraternal feeling iu him the burr iu imlitics has been made main magnificent canvass of that State, south of Ma-o- n and Dixon's line. "- I Oil I'linslllt NT, the profession. Men to succeed iu so attractive that he 1ms been sometimes south callolina and the Republicans are frightened curonee, at which I have laughed myA HUNDRED YEARS A HERO! any prove to the world Biicct ssful. llrilliiiney ami magnetism self repeatedly, that my old hundiiiiii Thomas F. IJ.vm., of Center-towGrover Cleveland, California for fear they will lose. This is also have nttrneted; but it has lit en the should become a lHilltical etnlilem, Imt HowSeth Warner Won a Wifo and seems to be frothing under the by their own conduct and actions Louisiana OK NEW YOICK. proven by the fact that the National to ultimate destruetiou. lie n E v jersey collar nbout a statement that wa that they aie competent to perforin the bus attracted, maligned slandered the above nil, Hint it should set the fashion, Hecnmo Famous. tOllMCh rilEMUhNT. Committee wns forced to send boodle Vermont made iu tho Herald last week in duties of the profession engaged in. pure public men of Ids own party, and nud make young ladies wear costumes to that Republican stronghold. Allen G. Thurman, nEvada that make till their beaux full in love Cnl. Seth Warner, of Yormoiit, tho regaid to the road overseer of Con- - They must keep up withall advance- they, without exception, since be came with f prolonged maryLand IuiikIi 01' OHIO. Kansas seems to be infested by tertown bavins: taken special pain ments nud changes. This is doubly to bis eminence and control, linye been ter; them iustauter after that, no inmi illinium Iietu of the llevolutioli.iry wnr, kAnsas I have fell that jWHiB ilulit(.r fur the llauinohiru the old time Rill Short to warn iu the hand to work on the true of the medical profession. The illustrious in the ranks of bis enemies. mm a right toileii) mv title as a liictnr North Carolina tlll toMlKfchS. At their bend stood the great Conkling, inDiaua Laughter iindj Theno titles weie disputisl by tho g wanted to waiK uomo witu a .Mrs. road on the day of the nt science of medicine changes a- - the who went to his honored gruvo followed iu tlio human race A. B. Montgomery, bentty applause. ) Barnes, a young widow. She re- that place. We will s.ty in reply to science of life and matter is inder-stoo- even there by State of New York, and its iiiitliorilios New hampshire the reviliugs of this nun . 01' tOL'UTH UHlltlCT. .. 1 i if... " ' i... Within the memory of many und his creatures. It is true of Mr. Tho. Republicans' Choice-- C. M. Pen- -' i ..1.- -: fused, and lie immediately soothed him, that we gave it just as it was " Oregon 'k ' ,. .. his milled feelings by deliberately told to us, and we are able to estab- who read this article, ladical c'nuges Maine, as of no other man, Hint whdo pennsylVania ". illeton Receives tho Nomination Till. I'l.All OHM. uijustieo 'lids connEcticut ,1W Mung by the all honest men are not his enemies, nil in the practice of medicine h tvo The ltepublican Committeo of shooting and killing her. Such cat- lish what we said about the stilus "f tliiiiwi linmnlit Seth Mississippi T)e Democriitle party ofllie United Blntcs, tle deserve to lie buined at the stake. Well do they re- dishonored public men have been bis rourth Congressional District of Ken- If it was not a precon- been Iii"natIoii.il eoiiciitlon assembled, renews alaBama "'e"o i.m.rom. mm Lilian friends." ttieky, met pun.it nit to tho call of the member the hot ten, clo-- e rom in tho pledge of Its fidelity to Democratic filith d "thers bo actively opisw.l delawarE Chairman nt tho otllce of Hon. John 'M' Rev. J. A. Ross, a colored Dem- certed all'air, why was it that the una roMillrins tlio plittbrui adopted by Its aRkansas did not leleaso the hands at deathly sick patient who b id iiim;i'( s. 1). Hidden in Lebnnon, The Difference. Kentucky, on V'.'v" ' ," "B 1" the convention of 181, '"!K """" """who has been making Demo- oveiseer ocrat, isiiroMiihitlvts Now the v see the whole Tlinrs. .o.i,,..ii. nmie" one-,-s- , hII the und lnilor.es tli views expressed by l'rcsl- Saturday, October the ST, illinoiS cratic speeches, was brutally assault- noon on Saturday, when most all 'Hie American workiugmiiu has fur u' ",t,h Mien and others, vvore out- ilenl Cleveland In Ills Iiut earnest luessntio to . I the revel-Years ao, typh u members being present except the me.nboth Democrats and Republicans Wisconsin g ed by men ofbis own color at li iiiKitf as tlio correct Interpretation ol that nd a price mil on t icir heiid! ) ears been told that wages iu this counteXns were in favor of dismi-ing- ? phttfoim on tlieiUetloiiof tariff reduction; We re- fever was more deadly to its victi ..s try nro higher tliun in Hnghind, and bersfrom Meade and Lame counties. Io last week. " """" 'Nbw Democratic Demo- On motion, the co.nmitt... deci.le.1 to mid nlro Indorses tlie efToits of our massachuseTts than under the more skillful tntit-nie- that the ililieruuce is due to a protecpeat, why was it, Mr. Over-eer- ? "" one .boiildK.. into that 'O' to secure u friends interfered and protected Rn. U. emtio representatives in C'otigiess nominate a ltepublican cHii.li.Ut.. for miclligan of later years, even if tlie ts e tariff. This Inst nssertiou is false" "ml 10U" reduction of exccsslv e taxation. Chief among It does seem tliaT Democrats nte, "?" iufornmtii.n. Mr. C. M. Pendleton, of Hart- niediciil fr.iU rnity do have to admit hood, and men familiar with the prac- representative iu Conn,, for -i- d inulnte- ..... ,.r wiwy urn 118 principle of pint filthnrcthe r r, Major li. M. Dyre noiuiiial. d Let every Democrat in this coun- after all, the champions of freedom ford, Ohio county, received the hon district union of freonnd In- uiuiceof an Hovninl. tins that the tieatmcnt of that diea di tical workings of the tariffknow it falsi- Hon. C. M. l'olldletoll, of Ohio is. lit. iinmei.l d slrucUble Mutes, now about to enter upon ty be up and doing from now until of opinion and action. ty full well. They have studiously con- There being no other nominations, Hon is'rilous und romantic journey. or of the Republican nomination for C'iie is -- till undeveloped. No one tcnturjr of unexampled mvcoml ft the cec, jon Gxt Tuesday. cealed from their operatives the fact While on hiii way home lie stoppod at undiieiioun; devotion to a plan of govern- The N. N. &".r. V. Co. have Congress at Lebanon, last Saturday. who remembers the one and observis that they are paid more because tbev C 51. I'otidletou was dcclsrisl to In- tlio a rsiiiiitry inn, wlinre . I null strictly specif lnevcri;runted power all old tfeiitleiimn uu.iuimouK choice of the committee. 0f iura) louatio put a fast through train on tlii.ii-roa- Of course we arc glad Ohio county the other, cm doubt but tli.it produce more, iiuiisiii-.a'' nhdVxpissIj reserving to tlio suites or peoand the further fact that Hon. 'A. T. Proctor, nf (Iniyson mmnty, nndilsuvhUr were utorin ImxiuiI. The power; from this State sold for 83.10 per pic the eutiie uugianteJ rtoiduo of science and practice nf they are paid less by the puce than and dipt. J. O. t logon, of llnllitt ihkiii- - father fell ill und the lUusjUier itdltsl from Louisville to Memphis. was thus lecognicd, and we are aNo the the cncourugiliieui ol u jiaious, popular glatl Mr. Pendleton was the person medicine ha pound at Richmond, Va., last week. The run between the Ki.pt pace Willi Kuglish workmen. 'IIiisin fully shown tj", were apH)inted a CommitttHi' tn 110- - iihh ( til. Wuniir, vi1m with Ids widn two platan is directed to all who have been chosen whom the recognition came. the rapidity of the development by the reisirt of United .Stated Consul tify Mr. '""'ledge of aimplo rommIi.- -, suces fqr brief terms to enact and execute the lawn, lVndletiin of hU noiniuatioli. It is surmised that defaulter Tate made in less than fourteen hour. through preserving 'I ho daily or and Rro Charged with the duty of fully treatod the "old man," and ho We always like to see Ohio county made in otlu r profesioin and call Conrad Kcboeuhof. ) and nspient his aecepUnce. There time His family have re- The day trains have a pence, Insuring equality and establishing is in Japan. weekly wages nf an operative inn cotfliiiill) won tliiadevotrxl woman for people do well. Mr. Pendleton will inns ( liV. It should be a Justice. matter ton mill are higher iu America tlinn iu ing no further bnsiuew, the commit- wife. ceived several letters from there, than they have been running on. , knowing that he tee on motion adjourned. an exact-l- u no canva-sThe Democratic party welcomes Kuglaiid or Switzerland, ivs well they of congratulation to the people gi This road has risen gradually to its make Such iiieidi'uts tiii not iiueominon g.QrutIny of the administration of the ex- but have sent none. Jous W. Lew in, Clminniin. cannot possibly be elected in the old . 111 tb to Kljw that tlWe ! whom may be, since the American weaver vfhlcli four ers ago was ywtrs. When the doctor wns piesent permanent condition. 7s. T 1'nocroH, Sex"'y. " ecutive iHiwtr Democratic Fourth. There was some th y go for help, iu tim i of sicKut-- , Mrs. Peoples, the Louisville committed lo lu trust In the election of Ibd ensilv H'schtsl nioiitlta of sickmw, l,a0 yards of print cloth, while Mr. I'elldletnti received the ft llowmg and even life Grover Cleveland President of the United abortionist, has been given thirteen the Englishman makes 8T? and the Swist Mr. Blaine, iu hi Twenty Years talk for awhile that the Republicans are tliu- - in "n-t- ed iiftmi waved by hoiiio iu scientific invessuites, and It challenges the most searching letter bv vistterduv's nmil, iiotifviug iinprofiHsii.nnl wtc 40$. The labor on 100 yards of prints, friend vitwsI in the iimi inqulr concerning Its fidelity and devotion years in the peniteutiary. This was in Congress, says: "Strictly speak- would endor-- e Hnyne, but the oppo- tigation. May the doctors continue ofkimplc hell and root. The luwlth uiereiore, costs but forty cents 111 him of bin nomination: to the pledges which then Invited the suf- a light punishment for her crime. ing, there has never been u propor- sition was so strong that the idea was in ihiir good v.oik. Lkiivnos, Kv., Oct. .'7, Issk. America, agaiust Ilfty-oniu Huglaml frages of the people. of eurl.v settliTii and their ers of t tion by any party in the United soon given up. Mnnygood, tauncb C. M. I'mtlMon, Ki.: During n most critical period of our finan and sixty iu Switzerland. So iu woolen HEaifeTitAnoN has been completconvince ua tlintMiclimodiciii'w the States for the adoption of fiee Republicans would have voted for cial allulrs, resulting finm Dkvu Silt: - Tin' uiiilersiiiisl mills the number of vards of drenn C02TCSDLSG INDIANA. did only gootl and left n- s)iwii in the. anomalous conditio", of our currency, and u ed in New York City, and shows up trade." This is res rtfully notify yon, tlwt Mood to work goods clotlrturuid oat for each weaver true, and the Demo Montgomery before they would have as iimrli injury to tho public ikbt unmanned, It has, by the ndop-Uo- n a total of 280,547 voters. This large you were unanimously nominated by s)t-u- i mm of a Hlso and conservative course, not cratic nam-C. R R inks, After Sti mtnng the State is :t00 in America and 101 111 England; is Htnidv con supported Haynes. would the disease itself. ('nmtiiitU'c for this of Chevoit cloth is 120 in America and the Itepublicflti only iivei ted a disaster, but giently promoted registration is a puzle to all parties. tending for a reduction of the Ill time of peace the colonel was in l'or Harrisju. Say3 It Will " tlie'plosperityof exces the people. It has reversA oreat majority of the voter of bO iu England. Tho Amerieanarticlo iu district as the Itcptitiliciin cnndiiUU- - for Go Democratic. cMillaUnt demand for bis klnnilislne of Dit. W. B. Haywaiu) lias been sive tariff taxes. Vote for Democed! tlie Improvident nnil unwise policy of every instance costs less per yard than Congress in smd district at this place dimple remedies the present day know of the war Mt Loi is Kepubllc Neivuil. V. J hpeclul and their imiwit over tlio ltepubllcuu puny touching the public invited to speak at Hodgenvillc Fii- - racy nnil tariff reform t Tue-daIt affords us pleasure to com- - iIIhobsj.. 'I he Newark Jouriiul imlili.slied that made abroad and therefore needs fiom corpora- iImiiiuIii, and has only as a thing of the pa-- t, and U.f ' ,iii,.tl,nr 01 nitinieate this information to 3011 awl ' m and syndicates, alien and ' tlousnsiorulto the people, nearly domestic, day. He will accept the invitation, minister V est concl titled to try many know of it only through tra- a in rsuiml letter from C. It. linnks, 110 protection. iiuine of tlio kivo 10 100,000,000 wo eurnestlv nspiist jott to nrtvpt lie ""i".i' i" withsuch ami , and the people of that place will get of one of Ileinibluau ""' ,u,,,,, 'ben usl his hand on American politics, and dition, as it were. i 1..., 1... "Vote as you nntioualthe secretarieswhothe now- - htunii-iuvt I .,.:i aerosol laud, to be sacredly held as homeA Fickle lover. i t'(iiti(iivfi iienwr is convent ion, 't Hit. till While carefully a good speech. stead!, for our citizens. Tho Calhoou Democrat says: "On ciul proceedings of the eomtnittie. ININltivt Cleveland promptly signified to the shot," is a favorite theme with a few Indiana for Harrison, to Mr. Austin guarding the Interest and the principles of Warner for over hundred ) ears has lastThuisday, 18th, wiiHtbu day set for Hoping to bavoyotir favomblo resm, Maiiy Andeisson has sailed from British Government that the friend- who imagine the war of the rebellion 11. McGregor, of Xewark: .Justice und equity, It has paid out more for allured with Alluii the admiration the martiuge of Mr. John Coin and Miss wo nre respectfully yours, 'pensions and bounties to the soldiers and Liverpool to the United States. This ly feeling of both governments is still going on. Gov. Palmer, ol (Salt Housn, Louisvibi.K, Kv., Oct. of tho American people. Etta Vt'aver, of the Unci vicinity. sallorsofthe Hepubllc, than over paid before '.. T, l'llOCTOII,' ( send iuicrH. during an equal pciiod. It has adopted and Kentucky girl has won both repUtU' would be conserved by the letire-nien- t Illinois, sizes this theme up in good 21. My Dear Austin: I J. O. Hoovs;; Colonel Seth Wnrnor belongs to a tho time of the consummation of Vou will seo iu tho Journal that your constantly pursued n arm and prudent for- tion and funds while on the other of their Minister. It will nev- shape. He says. family of wido distinction: no less tliun the happy ov ent, allot the elite of the most obedient ben ant and friend eign pollc with all nations, while scrupuMrs. C. J. Locklmrt Dead. neighborhood hud assembled at the er do to fool with Grover. He is "Volensjou shot," hush lext which Gov. eiht members thereof won fume iu the lously maintaining nil the rights and Inter-cm- s side of the ocean. .1, 000 peoplo of the . o. ji. last tOiteiithoro Mutsuiieiir.J vm tlmt plea-c- d Ids Palmer handled In always ready, and acts promptly, audience luimi nscly.' "I know of bojs vvbo i 'lit in Indiana, and ot several rous- home of the intended bride to witness of our own government and people at Mrs. Hniiunh Lockhiut, wifo of Dr. regular practice of medicine. homo and abroad. Eternal vigilance is the price of without fear or favor, but never were born ufler the war ended, going aroirul ing cheers. I promised them Xew York the union of tho young couple. Miss C. J. Locklmrt, died ypaterilay evening Looking to the adoption by tho people 'J lie et lnslon from our shores of Chinese been Ultctu vllj secured under cheap clothing and the necessaries of fails to hit the nail square! v on the uou mid advising my old comrades how to by yO.OdO, etc. Had lots of fun. You Weaver's father, the Hot. Hird Weaver, at her home near Huh city, aftt r a loinr of this generation of tho old tiinosiuiio labours lias operation vote. You must vote us j mi shot, they say, of Morgantown, accompanied by a num- illness, of coiisiuiiition. Mrs. Lock- reiiiislies, his direct '.Urn prm Isluns of a treaty, thethe action of of life, against free liquors and tobacco, descenduiit, II IL u T Milch has been post poind head. Well, suppose tho old fellows obey tlie (Oiii- - can bet J 11111 having fun, if there is any ber of Miss Weaver's old scboolnnitts, Republican mnjuillv lu the Senate. hiut was a daughter of Mr. Holiert Warner, tho 11 proprietor of My friends complimented maud? Wluit will theyoiiug men do? They 011 the road. luuvei) buiiieliiif the department of I lie so let every Democrat see to it that was present. When tho hour rolled Cndg and a nicco of Col. s of our voting .ne on my address. J. 11. Mellen-ry- , Warner's safe cure, for many years has Oovermueiii under Democratic control, the there is a full voto gotten out. I have now been Hon. W. T. "fox, of Wnrreij compose nearly rlgiiU unci the welfiuuof all tlio people have arotiud for the plighting of tho hymenpopulation. They can't vote as they tl.ot, been otiK'rimciitiiig with old time roots of this city, and Hon. II. I). been guarded mil defended; every public lu-- e county, elector for the Third Dis- because they iicvuridiot. It seems tlnitev t.iiuii'li Indiana and can tell you a few eal vows, instead of the groom making lias liven pioteited.and tlie equality of of Hartford, and was married to and herbs formalin mid, his enrcb The campaign is about over, and trict, has resigned his scat in the erjboi y iu the country, except the old sol poiuU. The Itcpitblicans have a poll his appearance, there came a message all our eltlieus befure the law without regard Dr. Locklmrt in 1881. finally rowanled with success, t(i race or color has been steadfastly mainI from him rs, have n right to dons thev please if lint, locating eveiy voter, room, etc. next Tuesday will tell the national Legislature stating that he hud chauged as a representative. dh solilltis are tained. The funeral services will be held at ho gives the world the result. These we lo vote us we hot, how ore was afraid tlioy hud not. The central his Upon Its record thus exhibited, and upon story. Every citizen who is inter- This action was taken because it was we to vote? what shall we vole ,oi? I nev mind nnddecided not to get married, tho residenceof Dr.Lockhartutlio'oloek Kcipesimd formulm in other dnys acthe pledge of n conliuuincetothe people of committee told mo this at Terro Haute. the hiinjnts of It, Democracy Involiesa Tho intended young bride coolly and Tuesday uioruing, and tho interment complished great thinga ested in the welfare of his country thought that he would be ineligible er shot In favor of a protective tariff, did I? 1 hear tho Democrats mi n popular trti-- l b tho reelection of because they are working And yet I must vote tor It, bicame Repub calmly accepted tlio cruel decision of will be at LMmwond at 11 o'clock. a Chief Ma gist riitnw hob tshtinfalthrul.uble should cast his ballot on November were purely vegttsble nud combined speakers iu every small as elector while holding office. Hon lican politicians si) so; no o her reason, hell and prudent. ToluvoLulu addition to that her faithless lover, ami expressed her' simply so as to cure tho diseiiso indicat(trust, In toe transfer also to the Democracy tith. Cluudo Thomas will also resign be aim cry Is gone, lebellion x eiushed, the town eaincNtly. I also hear the lte- - self as being glad at having oscuikmI u of the entire leglslitlvo power. Bevvaro of a Q, ed, without iiijiny to the s)stem. Union Is restored ; low hot i in I vote lor publicans are doiug tlio same nt The Itepiililteiiu pirty, (nntiolling the In lifo union with one so treacherous. ."cnate, and ieidlug In both Houses of ConLouisville 'limes. vu't s I slot? There Is Senator Jo. C. S. Blackiiuun fore the election, so as to give no them? harmony with their gress a luforiiutlou or unjust and unequal Only working fairly in Lvnus-vill- Wo havo not ifr, John W. Lewis met Hon, A. S, wo learn that he old timo character, , iin. nioie ildlcu-lou- s learned what reason Mr. tax laws, which liavo outlasted tlie lutes-- . speaks at Rtissellville Fiiday. The room for even an excuse to throw- noway of making tl Is proposes to call them Hlnine did hurm in Jeflcrsou- Ihiitl Ills bocs tlie l.iet Unit youweie sllles of war,nnd are now undeimlning the Willis in debate at Hardstown )ostcr-day- . Warner's Log Coin gives for his strange conduct." Cabin remedios using as nbuudanieof a long peace, limy to tlio peo. O. t; rv. Railroad will run an excur out the electoral vote on technicaliiuiko It liHUmbcut li) on vou to villo und nvansvillo in tlio opinion of soldlcis Alluding to tho Hon. Itoger (J. a trado-iimrplooqualltv before the law and the fairness 1111 vote as the Republican bos cs illclute? I good men ou our side. My honest opinAmeri and Justice which mo their right, ihen the sion train that day. It will be a ities. Mills ho advised his hearers to beware can log cabin. Tho Bandana. thought when the icil milling was over ion is Cleveland will carry Indiana. rj of American labor for a better snare In Wc understand that be the rewards of lndustij Is stilled with lalxo big day for Logan county Democ of a man who hud a (J. in his name, but intends to put Thurmiin at Mum, Ohio, following is tho Demociatic that Ihnlnfini'il system of Mm cry Unit nil Good God! you ought to see tho Demo The forth pieienseN, enicrpnso isieiiereu, ana oouuu "s.irs.ipaiillu," t c lorovel hulled I urn glad to see here our friend, Mr. Willis got the laugh on him when fur tho blood, the down to home market; uipltal Is discour- racy. Electoral tickot to bo voted for next chained the black, wm.'d sarsuniirilla itself be crats turn out at Jlmil. Tlio Demo- the President of tho meeting, a man he reminded him of Quay. I thought the couutiy WkSitally lice." aged with doubt, and unequal mid unjust To which ing but 0110 of a number of simple law can neither bu propel ly amended or and crats hud Thtirman, und so many peo-pl- that I saw not long ago in Columbus, we may add that tho ltepublican party State Yellow teveu refugees are go- Tuesday in thisLarge : : is iffectivo elements; "Log que Democratic party will continue, with For the Htiito at Cabin hops were nt the station tlint the express coming homo from the St. Di.aini:, when he wrote bis Twenqueer, querulous andquarrelsome, and, and liiiehu," a contliestriigu'lo to ing home to Florida by every southLouis all the piiwcriotilldtd toll, Jon.v S. Itnr.v, Logan county, general leforin the-- e laws, In mioidiince lili the ty Years in L'ongiess, us giving train had to go low to clear tho men off vention, and upon my word l thought having j ecoived notice to quit, is iu a ami iuvigoiutor; "Log stomach tonic L'l.Avnr. M. Thomas, llourbou county. plrdpcsof lt lat platform, Indorsed at the bound train. Election daj will find Cabin cough the track. Hut you never saw- - an Indi- ho wus a Commaucho Indian (great qnous quiuiilary. ballot-bob) thetiullingesnf the people. Of lit Dint. VA'. M.HMiTH.Oraves county. Despito its quips and consumption icmcily," Waruei's all the Industrious ticeineu of our land, the them all back and ready to cast 2d Dlst. Joliv V. Lockitt, Henderson co, what he conceived lo bo .t Hue state- ana turn-ouHaiti and mud don't stop laughter), for he was tho nnil quirks it will soon gut its quiutits. Log Cabin funniest dress Immense majority, luelud lug every tiller fit their ment of facts and conditions. Hlaino it. Kind regards to all. Good-byhair tonic;' a preparation ballot for Cleveland nnil Re- 3d Dlst. V. T. t'ox, Warren county. the soil, gul n no advnntage from excessive ed man that 1 over saw ; but when I got for that universal disease catarrh, called tax laws, biittheprlcoof uearlv cvervlhlng form. 1th Dlst John D, Kooii-- Marion county. on the ."tump and Hlnine i.s a his "O. 11. Hanks." hows nils,' they buy Is lueitiised by the favoritism of a good look iu hts fuco I found ho was 5th Dlst. Siiai Kri.Foi!U.Mll.i.ni,JelIVnco. We offer Ono Hundred Dollars Ho- "LogCidiin rose cream;" "Warner's mi unequal syntem of tax legislation. (itli but. T. J, Mi Ei.ii vtii, Cnnoll county. torian, are sometimes width diveig' in .tint, true, valiant Hcnsinio lien o ward for any All uiineiesviry tnxatiou Is unjust taxacaso of Catarrh that can- Log Cabin plasters;" mid "Warner's Truthful Saying. W. G. Monkiomert, who inur 7th but. John T. IIasiiaw, Henry county. ent. In refeiiing to what ho styles tion. It Is repugnant to the deed of Democracy that b siii'li luxation tlie cost of the To all who are entitled to a voto on W. Hull. (Applause') And now, speak- not bo cuicil bv taking Hall's Catarrh Log Cabin Jhei pills," which aro to bo Slh bliit.-- J. A. C'iiaft, Laurel county. . Iieee.s Hies of lllc Hliould bu unluslltlalily III- - dered hii sweetheart in Owen coun ing about his dicss, for he had 111010 Cure. I .1. CHLN'HY A CO., used iu connection with tho other rem Oth bint. W.J, Hr.Miiui K,Kleinlngtounty. the "free trade taiifl'of 181(i," which next Tuesday, November Oth, and escreuxsl loallour piople. Jud.ed b Hcmo ty iu February, Props., Toledo, (). b tnlaiias on him than I ever owntd 1887, was found 10th Dlst. Tliori. Y. I'itzpatiikk, Floyd co. was a tarili'for revenue and not i uiutiu luiiielple, the Interests of lliu j tuple pecially those of you who have families, - me oeiraycu wntn, ny iinntcesMiryiaxauon, We. tho Ulidersiirned. havo ktmun V edies, or independently ns required. , (1 liter), and, looking at these lit unWhlteley county. allow me to miiko a request of you like he -- tt)s : iriisis una coiiiijinnilons are periuiueu to ex guilty at Frankfort ou the 27th Inst., Uth but. J, It. J. Cheney for tho last 15 yeats, and Waruurssafo lemedies aro alreadv lit, whl li, while unilnlv punching tlio vw and sentenced to him perfectly honorable in all htuiidaids of the most pronounced scion-till- e this: When you go to depart from your til il young ladies before me, I defy tho the penitentiary or citizens, bv that comhliie. rob the bodv "Tho Whig victory of IS 18 was Gi:x. Sam K. Hii.i. hns succeeded depriving them of the bent Ills of natural for life. homes for your respective voting plucu man who is not friend of mine, 01 is business transactions, and financially value iu all parts of tho world, and competition, livery Democrat Into ablo to carry out any obligations made ed to dislike me, to deny tho in securing a part of Kentucky's "not sufliciently decisive to wariant ou nut Tuesday to cast your ballot in di' action Is violated when.thtough we. havo 110 doubt tho Log Cabiu leme-dle- s, Wrsr fc Tiutax, unnecessary taxation, u vast sum of money, I liuvn douo something at by their Jlrm. even had there been tho most important election ever huld iu tliut TworoLLS of Indiana and New-Yor- war debt from tho Government. Tho "mi) attempt, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. larhejoiiil the nicds of mi economical for tho diseases they aro intended Is iliawu fiom tlie people mid havo been made. These polls general deficiency bill, which wn "ihsiie, to change the tin ill'. Gen. on tho American continent, don't fail to li lit idiessesof tho people of tho to cure, will bo of equal merit, for Mr. ft,'"'i ,v 'MllVHf, a the channel of Made, and accumulated us (More laughter and mi holesalo Druggists, Toledo, O I'nit d demoralizing suiplu In tlio national Irons. give Indiana to the Democrats by the last Warner has tho leptitation of connectbill passed by Congress, pro 'l'livliir had been elected without go and look upon your faithful and de 12. If. Yan Hock. u rj. inuinonej now ijiugiuie iu uie i eu- ll m c ) Why, I spent Inst week in tho prat-lining his name with no preparation that is Hi ral treasury, tesul Hug from superfluous tax-- , 10,000 Casb'r Tol. N'fl Hank, Toledo.O and Now York by 20,000. vided for the payment to tho Ad "subscribing to a platform, orpledg-"in- g voted wife, loving children ami mi'lon, amounts to inoiu than 1I',U0U,IM, and babes, and then ask yourselves, net I.'iuiiug State of Indiana, and mililms-elto a specific measure, the surplus i olhcted Is reaching the sum of In any event, these two States are jutant General of tho State Hull's Catarrh Corn is iukmi ;,,i..,,i. not meritorious, of Ken what is my duty in tlio premisesfor ll h,yd nuttings so largo that they ly, acting directly unou tlm ldm.,1 ,,,,,1 more than tislxnl ) iinnunlly. , by this immense temptation secure to the Democracy. he was thercfoic m a position whom is my DbuuulusJ d I talk about numbers of men mucus surfaces of tho system. tucky, 8 17,07 1.8 1. This payment is and it duty to voto in this con- ci Morinon Iniquity. Hie reined) of the lb publican party Is to Price 7fio meet nnil exhaust bj extravagant upproprl-tlonsmM:w Yoiik, Oct. 2."!. -- A fcaturo of tho net through the industry of Gen. Hill iu "to usist and reject appeals of the test? Shall I voto for tho inou who and .volutin, and only talked about how pel bottle. Hold by all druggists. expenses, whether constitutional ue es of people there w ci e. (Qrtut Several good speakers have ap working up tho case. This is not all "ordinary paitinn chanietci. .Mote-"ove- represent tho principle of froo liquor, many Or nut. Dm accumulation of extiavagant last day of tho Woman's Christian o luxation nui Dtinocratlc policy is to en pointments to speak this week in Notice I union was an address by Angio the tariff of 181(1 wn- - yield-"in- g free tobacco, or shall I vote for tho liiii'jlitfr and applause.) And iu thoso lorco fiugalit) in public expenses by abol is duo Kentucky, but tho peothat Our eslab multitudes that I saw, 1 saw more pictUhluu iiiineMssarv taxation. The ple may rest assured that Gen. Hill abundant revenue, and the bus- - men who repiesont the principles of uresque costumes, moro singular and Mouoy saved by lay lug all klmls of P. Nowmann, who lias chargo of tho Unhed domestic ludustrlm and enterprises diflercnt parts of the county. cheap clothing, cheap necessaries of work among Mormon women. Her should licit, and me I not he, cndmigcred by people should give them nil good will get it if it can bo had by nuy "iness of the country was iu a flour life? Those, Iwliicllon or i oircctloii of tlie burden of laxa- s and skirts and Cemetery work of tho Old HillulilV graphic description of are the principles that you graceful " tion. On the shocking conthe contrary, n fair anil cmcful re-- t audiences. These will bo tlio firm of MISCIII-2I1ROH., proptletors last means or method. "ishiug condition at tho time his ad- - are called upon to chooso between. If shawls and scarfs, than I over expected vlhlifn of ourtux laws, with due allowance dition of the Mormon women in Utah of OWKNSHOHO MAimLK.GUAN-ITfot llir dltleretice between the wages of speeches beforo the election. "ministration was organized. Monoy after thinking over tho matter serious- to sco iu all my life. I bnvo been iu elicited horrillcd exclamations from all "Amoncnn nnn rorcign inbor, must piomoto mid eiicourngo every Imincli of such Indus.John J. iMcIIi:nky left Monday "becnnio very abundant after tho ly you ciui not determine which side to Paris, tho center of fashion and of reubim AND S'lONE WOHKH. Tin pints of the opera house. Hho told of tries mid euteiprlsis, liy giving them assurw can sell cheuiier, two seen the most beautiful ance ntnu extended market, mid steady and Patrick Eahan, n led hot Re- for Henderson, to attend it meeting "year 181!); huge entcipiiscs weio espouso, just ask the advice of yoitrwifo, modes; I bud sisters, Mormon girls, 0110 six-- f anil do our coiillniious ojienitlons, Jn ilio lutnrtst of work better tliun ecu years American labor, which should In no event publican, wiotc the Murchisou let- of tho directors of tho Henderson "undertaken, speculation was prev who is ever watchful of your interest and dresses at the Grand Opera and tho others, old and tho othor fourteen wo employ no agents, years he neglected, the r vision of our tax laws I say you will liavono trouble iu get-a- n French Theater in that city of fashion; ami attend to old, whom she saw in a squalid contemplated by tlio Democratic party ter. Poor West know no inoro thau State line road. Important business the business oursulvis, alent, and for a considerable Tsliould promgte Hie advantage of such auswer that will bo entirely sutisfuc-toiy- . Imt I never saw moro taste displayed, condition, both with babies in their labor," by cheapening tlio cost of the ue essa. to walk into tlio trap, so ho goes was to bo considered at tlio meeting tho piosperity of tlio country nor liner costumes, homely though tho nud therefore parties buying of us can aims, and both girls tho wives of their llcj pf Jifeln the home of every working, usually paid own father. .iiiau, mid nt thn name time securing to him back to England. Tho letter has yesterday. A proposition of some "was gencrnl and apjiarently material was, than I saw in the Statu save tlmt big coinml-slo- u Another caso mentioned, wsu-iiund remunerative employment. Write for our prices, ami see of Indiana, where tho Democratic girls them. Upon tills quiktloii of tarlll' reform, so boonierangcd on tho Republicans, kind hud been iiuido thorn by tho 1852 tho Democrats After closely nejiiceriiliig every phase of our mi- for ourselves that wo mean what we vias that of a man who bad married, a wifo outside his family, his own l,ll)iialjjfe, and on every question Involved and left them iu a worse condition B, G., H. tfe O. II, company, look-in- g "hail almost undisputed coutiol of Hev. G. J. llean will preach at Now wore dressed up in bandana skirts. say. Address ull letters to Ho that I of good governincnt, the HaymiiH school houso ou tho second (Merriment and cheering.) -- in the problem mother, his bis daughter JlKniocralln n irl V submits lis nrlncl tiles mid than before, while the causo of Deni- to tho consolidation of theso two "the Government, and bad gradually MISCHEl, mtos., Sunday In November, both at eloven claim, if I have never douo anything profession)! In tlie lultlllgentsutlrugesof the and his all these wives jocracy has gained beforo tho people. contesting lines. It is thought tlmt ,"becoiuo a e 17 ly American people. The o'clock and at night. pnity elso for my country, the singular oc- Ouoiiuii.K. 1.'. "i "j j living at thosaino time. I 1 wi-h- cs recotil in Congress lie dc is clear, honest nnil clean. serves a hearty support from tliu Democracy of tills (Jongiesionnl District, mid hi- - many friends in this county should not full to voto for him next Tuesday. Montomkk's Dickinson ninueicd .lames G. Blaine on the Michigan stump. It lias been many d.ijs since Hlitine re ceived such "justice" as the Post Master General nave him. Our own Carlisle has ulo had occasion to correct a few of tho Maine statesman's false statenuqiK Hlnine has had rough sailing since he came home, an no doubt he had stajed away, which wi-- h is heailily seconded by the alleged candidate for the Presidency, B. Harri-on- , of Indiana. "puucipkti embodied in the tarty' oi "18 10 teemed for a time to be m entire' -"ly vindicated and upprored that "liftance to it eeattd, not only amomj "the people, but umona the protectite "economist, and eeen among the to a lanje extent. &a yeneial 'ltd Am aciiuietcence that in kSMS a 'protective tariff khi not tmjijettid or "ctfii Aiici by any one of the thiee "pailie ituVA pnwnhd l'midential manu-"faeture- rt BLAINE BLISTERED. From a Speech Made by Don M. inson Dick- at Qrainl Michigan. Kiplils, Tobacco Warehouse Edwards, Barnard oS- "candidate." "So fur an Mr. lllnino's Htntciiients of fiu'tmtru fonoorned hern or eNowliorn during tliis fiiuipiii.-n- . ho bud been wu'cciwfully iinpenelied bofoio I pit here Unit, ho fur us the matter personal to is concerned, I might let tlmt puss. I lmvo elsewhere replied to the1 Blander manufactured by Mr. Maine, nt mj-He- - Co., rPrefis. North side Wain St., bet. IQtli anil Uth, Louisville, Kentucky. ' Auction Sales Daily. Prompt Returns Hade. Four Hontlis' Storage Free.jy ... BRYANT& STRATTON Business College f bUUI3 semi-annua- The H ERALD YOUR HOWIE PAPER It -s AtoGK ALL KINDS' PRINTING " profes-ion.inu- st -- r. fltig-rai-iu- road-workin- g. "" 1 - i- -: ., 1 .. tte-tni'- iit lb, Flcni-ingshur- '"" l'd " 'h-o- nt ' 11 Indls-olub- lo 1 11 "lr ninp-rtoo- - fa-t- er 11 u nun-mitte- - tn-l.i- v ii-- y. '""""" n' ... 't 11 He-fo- 11 woll-kno- four-fifth- s. Ilow-cn- 1 - k 11 o vv x t. e. pio-tielio- Sami-mi.v- 11 o 11 togov-immeu- ti ,'.'. g 1 1 1- 1-. r, 1 head-dresse- E po-"ri- gen-"uiu- e. bo-si- giand-motlio- r. V grand-iliutghto- fiee-trad- Tho Owcnslxiro Iniuiicr says: Two fitting rownrd, for ono who was tho emPERSONAL. MAEEIED. loads of tobacco wero sold at irurmon'n bodiment of nil that was good iu wounction liouso for 34. fiO, $1.20nml fVrsuM icUhing to time notice nfrienth ami man, MiLLKit-SiiUTMr. J. II. Millor relaltve$ ,. under thu netut rill cimer a mvr by .m mm sm.q.,, Thus, iu tho fulness of years, with a and Miss Lizzie Slmtt, both of immub nuu ..u uin. ,0 ,,, omA Calhoon, spotless record behind her, and an tin- - wero married Wednesday, Oct., (1, II, Mken cnlleJ on us Hutiinluy. Huv. li. V. A' eel will preach at Nel23, tho faltering trust in Him who promised Rev. B. F. Swindler officiating. Both Hlinmi Hniiill U at the IIiulfnM llonv. son Creek Cliurch next Sunduy. Dinto light up tho dark valley of death, she are young iieople high ner Will 1)0 HlT'l'll cm tlio rimnrt and Kd Onulvi, lluvli'ns county, Is la town. in Culhoon socio-- , Lawyer (JulTy U on the kI'Ic list this week. has entered upon the rest awaiting tho ty and aro each worthy tho other. two services will lie held (luriii; tlio Wo shall seo her kind- IM I'lrlle Iiiir (jnun to Princeton In sell pure in heart. day. IIakiiis-SmitAt tho residenco of Ijoolot. ly faco no more, but we would not call Tho elerks of the election for NovemJno.T. Smith, Quality Corner, yestorday Hainiicl ttreer. Whltesvlllc, was In tlio city ner uacK agniu to enrtn. inosiieni was ber will (hid that theio is a llnal "S" to Satunliiy. morning at 8:110 o'clock, Mr. John 1). ready to bo garnered, and her work W. .1, Houdrick name, who is an elecToll l' Wllnlit, Uliitnn, was la the illy was done, nnd over tho river sho rests Harris and Miss Julia Smith wero tor from the Ninth District. They w ill lnt week. united in tho holy bonds of matrimony. in the light of His presence and wears a tuiiiii Tho ceremony was performed by Rev. havo to htriko out tho "S" from this Mrs. Frauds II. Alli'ii, Uixine, was In town . G. J. Bean. eiown, the gift of God's own hand. name and the list of names will then bo yi'it(iily. y I "" correct. Don't fail to attend to this, as I. 1. llockirHiiilth, Miutlsotivllle, was In . BtmxiiFiKLn-Dvimli'itiot Mr. and Mrs. wilMWU CENTERT0WN. town lusl wt'ik. it is ciy important. B. Bishop, son of Taylor Bishop, de- Azro Dynr, of Evansville, havo issued In vlilllllis his (jialid-fatJliuler Otis Cox Marriage license for tho past veuk: cr, Undo Wtn.Htrclp. parted this lifo inst, and tho beienv- - invitations to tho marriage reception of their daughter, Willie Frances, and A. 12. 1'. Hamard to Mel.ona II. Wilson, Dr. l'liylor, Owciih1,iik), Is In llultfonl, mill ed family has tho sympathy of tho comS. Butterfleld, Jr., Thursday evening, W. II. Westorfielil to Francis Westcr-llel- will reiniilii a fcwiluys. munity. eight to Alono Martin to Nettie Drown. John W. Mosley, Wliltenvlllc, was In We, the people of Ceiitcrtown, have November 1st, from half-paHanson Hyers to Margaret K. floff. town the tint of tlio week. Do yon know why tlio hill poster records n fact us solid as tlio ovorlnstiii,' hills? enjoyed tho past week by hearing Col. twelvo o'clock. O wonsboro Messenger. John 1). Hairit to Julia Smith. Joseph Hon, It. 1. Mocker has hecii III for several McIIenry nud others upon tho great isWell, hero It tlio reason: Our buyer in Cincinnati wroto us last week: Is y c i n lietter. H. Ward to Alice A. Long. E0E1L James I. ilnys, lint sues of tho day. .Mrs. Mary Williams letiiincil Hutiirilny hiio just bought a lot of Mens Full Stock Kip Unmans at EIGHTY Ham's to Ada Edwards. "I Wo havo iu our town two flags afloat J)u list emi lily. fiom Utleu, Hudson. To tho wifo of James HudOI'NTS A l'A III, a lot of Hoys and Ladies (lum Hoots, Sandals and Arctics at Dr. J.H. L'oleinnn, of llarlfonl, was In the in the air lit great height. Otticsra of Election. I notice that tho writer from our town son on 27th a flno boy weight eight city Uwenshont Iuiuliei. The election olllcers for next Tuesday half price. I bought u lot of splendid (hcrcouts at $:i, $i and $i, nnd a job in last week is mistaken in somo things; ho pounds. Mr. lteiuy M. AiHtln mill Dr. Ilenslcy, nro tho same ns for August, nnd aro ns wanted to know what should bo dono Underwear that will astonish you when you hoo it." weioln llartlord estenlny. follows: Wahnf-k'- s Loo Caiiin W. II. II irrtlt, of this county. Iiiistnlcon n with rond overseer? If tho gentleman -- A'. D. D. Stevens, S. M. Hespectfully, "Sarsapa-rilla,"- 1Iiitfori. .Tahkh Andiiuson, RKStnnins. "enso" on thu Central City Ui'iuihllcuii. will step over I will give my decision on Hishoji, judges; A. C. Ellis, Cleik; O. "Cough and Mis. H 1". Ilanlwick Is visiting hurilituch-lir- , tho word "special." "Ho took special Wo propose to sell the ubou jjooiIh at twcnty-ilvper cent, profit, and that is H. Williams, sheriir. ConsumptionRemedy," Mrs.Jolin It. Collins ul Central CM. pains to wurti-i"Hopsnnd Buchii. ' tho hands oij Hag why thu record on the fence is true. And that is why there is Koin to bo fun at Hkavkii Dam. Ed. Cooper, Nicholas Dr. Joscili lleiulilck, llowllns (lren, Is raising day" is not "Hnir "Extract," bo, 1 sny is not so. Hurrass judges; T. A. Stewart, clerk; A. vMtlnt; tliu foully cjtdco. Klein this week. Tonic,"-"Li- ver Pills," our store next week. Wo havo a good school in progress "Plasters." (Porous- I,'. C. and V. Keutrow niul T. II. llemi, BuiW. Hodges, sheriff. here, Joseph Foster teacher. Vu will nlxo open, this week, n lot of manufneturers Hoot Samples, which we Electrical), "Rose Cream," for Chomwcll. W. N. Martin, J. E. pliur HiirlngH, w ure In Hartfoul the llrst of They are, liko Warner's Tiiomvs F. Bills. Porter judges; W. L. Hracken, clerk; tho week. will M'll at manufacturers prices. You know what Samples are. They aro made tho simple, effective remedies A. . Ilrown, Harr. Kin Austin, Kq. C. L. sheriff1. of the old Log Caiiin dnys. J. Coleman, I'ifllil, Hon. V. D. Coleuimi, J. H. Kleld were twenty per cent, better and sold twenty-llvRosine Teacher's Meeting1. per cent, cheaper than regular A. H. Stanley, T. C In luwiiMendny. Cooii Tho second meeting of tho Associa' pods. Our advertisement of them is always followed by n rush for Hoots. Wo Taylor judges. A. O. Bennett, clerk; Mrs. ltcht'ccu Viiuulit and MIfs Nellie Wo offer you special bargains in boots, tion, was held at Hosino, October 20, shoes and all winter goods; give us a call. W. Taylor, sheriff. Yoiini; visited Mr. nud Mrs. II. J, Voting, haw a biwer line than usual this season. Wo will oiler next week Much niteiest was manifested by tho HocKi'oitr. A. II. Hoss, Hobert Itockpoit, Hunday. J. E. Foole & Co. teachers present. Tho subjects assigned, A lot of Ladies Newmarkets, with Capes, in small sizes, at Sa.75 Duncan judges; M. J. Held, clerk; L. Mi. T. I.. I'etlx left j eterduy, to he which wero well discussed, nnd many valuable It. Hrown, sheriff. A lot of handsome Hem or Modjeskas at fi.00 suggestions wero made, which, if noted Centi'.utown- .- W. I. Howe, V. II. occurs this inoi nliiK utKiittavvn. A lot of Misses AVraps at 82.00, $3.00 and $1.00 Mrs. II. D.TayMis. Jennie Mosctey judges; A. Leo Howe, clerk; lor, of Ilnrlf ru, were Inand city Sunday nnd upon must needs udvanco tho educaFnlkerson A lot of Ladies lino Cushmero Shawls at the t.!W tional causo in our county. Two now W. 1'. Homier, sheriff. j ehterilny. lOweushoro Meitenger. names wero enrolled, Mrs. Julia A. Wo hao a lot of Dry Goods on tho way from New York. If wo wero to namo 8., Sn:wAiiTH.-,- S. M. James, W.A. Wal(1 li. Thompson. Ilorton Dr.lt. Ii. Ilojd, Wedding, Bnrictt's Ferry, nnd Mr. H. the prices on them it would sound incredible you wouldn't belioo it. So we lace judges; J. J. Stewart, clerk; Sam P.T. Kiuce, South C.iirollton, J. J.TIIford, P. Beck, Select, making n total of Itoslne, called lo see n yesterday. Cope, sheriff. twenty-on- e will tiiko it as a fuor if you will write to us for samples of enrolled. The business of the Prof. II. I). IUiiko, Misses Kiiiuin llyim Hosi.sn. -- It. 11. Thompson, G. C. Adah ll.ilrcl, l.trzle Wnrrluer and Nettle body was transacted with dispatch iu a Crowder, judges; J. M. England, clerk; Our all wool tilliiij; Dress floods at 10c Duncan spent Milurday ut Denver Dun mid most satisfactory manner, and tho meetOur Henriettas nt J. W. Tnbor, sheriff. "So McIIenry. ing wns harmonious nnd profitable w Our all wool Henriettas at Sum'iiuii Si'iusoH. Noblo Henu, ISc Mrs. h, J.Khreve, of Ohio county, nceom throughout. Thos. Wedding judges; David Morton, 'linnled hy Mr. M 'l.. Hhrcve. Is vlsltlni! her Our all wool Ladies Cloth at HOc Tho noxt meeting will bo hold at Sulnous, Mesurs. C. A. nnd II. C hlireve. Our all wool fllliim; leans at clerk; E. 0. Henfrow, sheriff. phur Spring school house, tho third HltANClt. -- L. W. Leach, J. 1). Owensboro Messennrr. HoitsK Our all wool twilled Flannels at 'Vie Tho followMrs. C. It. Miirtln and Hon, who have been Saturday in November. Our all wool plain Flannels at Miller judges; J. J. Hoover, clerk; Ific vlsltini; In Calilwell, I, yon, Crlltciidou mid ing is n program of exercises: Hobert Miller, sheriff. Our Canton Flannels at nnd 10c fe I.lv luystnu counties for the last month, will MKETIXd 10 O'CLOCK. SuicnvK. -- C. W. Hutler, II. Maxwell return Inline this week Wo can't send you samples of our Sowing Machines, but wo will bell you tho Invocation, W. G. Stewart. judges; Thnd l'attie,clerk; H. Whitting-hil- l, Mis.s.iC. Cox ntnrnol home jetteidny School Buildings, J. D. Oliver. , celebrated White at S'.'O to $;) nnd savgyou ten dollars overy timo sheriff. by h'r sister Miss Fnnulo necouipmiled Grammar, Joe B. Kogers, G. S. V,. W. Truman, Sam lirothertoii.ol Oeiisbro. They li ivo been Poni)svir,i.E. , ; jyou buy one. Snndefur. Kcovvn, judges; E. 11. Cooper, clerk; visllliiK relatives and filcuds In l.niilvlllt - Wo will sell you a bill of Hoots and Shoes nt prices that will Common Fractions, Joe Boswcll. U.zy. the punt week. W, II. Cnrior, sheriff. Contest in Essay Subject: Our Wo will M'll you a Ladies Cloak at tho prico that other merchants pay for Etii8.Allisou Haynes, C. Hussell- Mrs. Sake Dead. G. B. Likens, L. II. Leach. bcrg judges; W, P. Ellis, clerk; J. Died, in Haitfurd ut the residenco of them. Wo will tnko your muasuro for nSeul Flush Jacket and have it made cs- Longitude nnd Time, H. B. Wedding, sheriff. ."nrriMJU Tnj'lor on tho morning of 27th W. lecially for you for gift. Hakti.utt. J. W. Patton, Marion nt 2 o'clock v. m. in tho 8Uth year of G.How Miller. to Conduct Recitations, Mrs. J. Yates judges; H. O. King, clerk; W. herngc, Mrs..Tnn(riytikp,wido'.v of Capt. Wo think wo know how to buy goods cheap, and if yon will visit our store wo A. Wedding, J. D. Hocker. Hartlett, sheriff. Win. Duke, deceased. Sho had been in Select Heading, MissO. Whittinghill. will convince you that wo know how to hell them clic.ip. Heroin). C. L. Field, It. J. Mason, very fcebln health for several years, Wo anticipate a pleasant meeting at judges; Hen New ton, clerk; S. Hozarth, caused principally from old ngc. Sho tho Springs, aud extend to all a cordial sheriff. died very btuldenly. Her remains wero invitation to bo present. Aiiiiievillk.- - C. Hipslcy, A. G. tnken to Owensboro, nnd iuterred in J. B. Houuits, Pres. judges; J. V. Turner, clerk; N. the Elmwood cemetery on 27th. Don E. Gmso.v, Sec'y. slierill', Condict, The Owensboro Messenger frays of Hi:dv. John Shown, Jeso Hudson, this respected lady who lived to such a It3 Delicacy of Flavor judges; William Bennett, clerk; C. Am- good old age: - m And tho cflicacy of its action hnveron-dere- d brose, sheriff. School Report. "From an nrtielo kindly furnished tho famous Cnlifornia liquid fruit tho Messenger by Cnpt, F. L. Hall, it Report of Cool Springs school district PublioSpsakinc:. is learned that Mix. Duke was tho llrst remedy, Syrup of Figs, immensely No. 21 for the month of October 1888: lmv-iu- g Tho following Democrat speakers, popular. It Cleanses nnd Tones up the county, Too Haize, who child born in struck over the Wochltj StcrnM. head with a gun, was worse, his whole, will address tho people at tho following whitebeen born in Ohio at Hurtfoid. clogged nnd feverish System, aud disEdna Davenport, 100. Georgo 1800, is 100. Burnico Grobarger, 100, G. Wullace, pels Her first husband. John times nnd places: Headaches, Colds nud fevers. For side is now imrnlied; but little hopes April IS, 1841, lived ill Owensboro. Alice Carter, O'J.7. Effon Shultz, 99. Tiidiisiiw Nioiit. oet. Huluey of recovery. Chapman's theatrical troupe began an salo in 00 cents and $1.00 bottles. VKIlNrXllAY.OCIOilKlt.'il. Elliott, 09. ChrUtenn Hoskins, J. E. HowonndT. J. Smith at Point engagement at ti brick warehouso that 97. Laura Miller, (15. Bitnyau Lee, !)i5. J. Lou Hill, of this place, has access- Pleasant. stood between Water street and tho Notice. Luther Scott, 1)3. Renn Miller, U2.U. river, west of Frederica. On tho mornHeaver Dim Hull llouii Time Table: ed a position ns ono of tho guards at tho L. V. Graves at Tnylor's School ing of tho day of their first aiipeamnce, To whom it mny concern, I desiro to penitentiary at Frankfort. Success to House. Vadtt Dnveuiwrt, 92. Walter Scott, 91. wero circulated over say that I will no longer bo responsible small hand-bill- s l.v. Tor Mcmplil A Houtli, 11. Ml v. v.- - 3. 1'A. M you, Mr. Hill. L. I. Loney and W. T. Hayward, at tho town announcing Mr. Wallace's for any indebtedness that may hereaf Leonard Davenport, 91. Mantio Turns, v. m liv. Mr l.oulKVllla A K.u.1, IMT a. death, and so grent wns the cloom ter bo incurred by my wifo, Mary Red- 90. John Hendricks, 90. Naunio MillNext Friday and Saturday being tho Stowartsville. thrown over the then small community er, 90. James Shultz, 89. Walter Kenllrst ! riday nnd Saturday iu November, Svtuuuav Nuuir. that tho performance- dish, who hns abandoned hor home, and edy, 87. Angio Miller, 84. Burnice of Yellow-bank- s E. HowonndT. J. Smith nt Shrove, had to bo postponed. will bo tho day for tho examination of J. signified her intention to no longer livo HerMrs. Duke professed religion nnd with me. Sho is welcome nt my homo Shultz, 80. Ada Hendricks, 80. whito teachers. E. D.Walker nt McIIenry. man Growbarger, CO. Effiio Cox, f0. joined the church in 181!), and through- nt any HHEILTIIIil Tho widow of Louis Allen, limine, L. V. Graves at Adahlmrgh. responsi-sibl- o time, but I will not bo out her long life wns n consistent ChrisZeluin Vaughn, 20. Pallace Vaughn, not J. P. Snndcrfur Huford nt 2 o'clock, tian of the most exulted clmrnctcr. for any indebtedness incurred by reported. whoso husband was killed by a fall from Katie Coleman, Teacher. v. t., Saturday. her whilo present relations exist. Oct. 20, 1888. H. D. McHENRY & SON, tho Cumberland Hirer bridge, luiu Respectfully, Boots And Shoes. Sl,474.,.,0 insurance. HAHTFOUI). KY. Brewer iu Had Luck. Gr.o. W. RnuDisii. Tho Buel Boot equal in iluish to nny For Sale. Money, tho root of nil evil, would bo Herlieit Brewer, a traveling salosmnn shop-boo- t Horton, Ky. nnd far superior in goods, A good milch cow with young calf; useless iu enso of cholera without Gan-tor- for Bnmbergcr, Bloom & Co., hnd a nar will bo sold being tanned on call at Heiulo offico. LOCAL CULL1NGS AND COMMENT. magio chicken cholem cure. It is row escasio from drowning iu Green nt$3.60. Wodefysneh bargains anySpeaking at Sutton. llivcr, Wednesday, nt Point rieasnnt, iu where else. warranted by your druggist. Profs. H. I). Ringo and nnd J. B. Notice. o When in town stop at tho Hartford Ohio county, IIo was driving his Wo havo tho fullest lino ever brought Wilson will speak at Sutton school A. Godshaw, Hedn, tiled n deed of Ohio Uiiu'Uit Corner. House. wagon, loaded withs.mplo trunks, to this place, and bought nt low prices. liouso noxt Friday night on subjects of Duvhl Morton ) assignment in tlio clerks otltco of this And liny tho buck skin jeans pants nt J. county ou 24th of this mouth Liabili- mum tho ferryboat when tho chain educational interest. Theso gentlemen Melvlna Morton) Petition In Kijulty. Hockku & Co. which held tho boat to tho shore broke i:. Foglo donorvo a largo audience, nud will make Notice Is hcieuy given, that David Morton ties abo.it jM'OO, assets not known. just ns tho horses got their forefeet on and Melvlna Morton Imvo this day tiled Victory. good speeches. to Morgan-towThe l'ciimlity Hand went their Joint petition In ths Ohio Circuit Dr. Fnrris has bought O. H. Thomp board. Tho boat slid out fiom shore Last Thursday when tho clock chimSaturday. Court, praying tlio said court may create son's drug storo at Ilorton. Mr. Thomp- nnd tho incline wns so steep that tho ed three, at tho homo of tho bride, Mr. Peace Without Joy. mid Melvlna Mnrtou,u feme sole and em John 0. Hiley has lots of brick to sell son had recently purchased it of H. L. heavy wagon forced tho horses down A. L. Martin led Miss Nettio Brown lo Louisville Commercial. power her to Uht, enjoy, Bell nnd convey for tf. Hoyd, who has moved to Spring Lick. into tho deep water. Ono of tho horses tho hymeneal nllar, nnd in tho prcsonco N. J. Joy was tikon to Central Station her own benefit, any properly she may own, at reasonable prices. or acquire free from the claim or her Next Monday is County Court day, was drow ued. The other was saved of several friends nnd relatives wero by Officers Flynu and Wickhum last husband, and empower her to debt ofconAn elegant lino lino cassimero pants make y will bo somo good Democrat- with difficulty nnd Hrovvcr himself bnro-l- gracefully united iu matrimony by How night on a warrant charging him with tracts, sue aud be sued, ana single woman, A Co. and there nt J. E. Foglo got out alive. His costly samiiles G. J. Bean, nfter which wo repaired to abuse of family. His wife, Fido Joy, to trade In her own name, and dispose of her ic sjieaking nt tho Court House. Sov-er71)3 own properly, by wilt or deed, and make J. E. Foglo & Co., will sell you boots good speakers will bo on hand. wero nil ruined. The team belonged to Mr. Win. Martin's, the father of tho says that he came to their home, at nud shoes cheaper than anybody. Try S. P. Taylor k Co,. Denver Dam. groom vvhero wo enjoyed a most de- Walnut street, drunk, and raised a big such orders as will give her nil the rights W. II. Mooro A Son proirietors of tho them!" row, so sho sworo out tho warrant. and privileges of a feme sole. licious repast. Tho brido is highly Dedication. 01 ven under my hand as Cleric of the Ohio s reasonably Hartford House are keoiu'ng a in society, nnd Mr. Mm tin is a Mrs. Joy has sued for a divorce Mr. J. E. Hovvospoko ton Circuit Court, the 17t.li day of October, IBS. Dr. S. X. Hall, of Hussellville, will hotel. The table is good, and tho rooms good sized audience nt No Creek Saturpromising young larmor of this section. U. flAKDWtcic, Clerl:, Attest: neat nnd clean, and everything is done preach tho dedicatory sermon at tho liy A.T.Nam.. May their life he ns pleasant day evening Notice. dedication of tho church near Sunny J, Edwin Ho we, Ally for petitioner. U31 An thu weather In Mny to mako their guests comfortable Ohio UutcuiT Co our. wool whito and gray Dalo noxt Sunday, November 4. DinFor good all ") Nelson Combs Crtch moment as sweet V Petition In Kuutly. And When you nro in Heaver Dam, don't ner will bo served on the ground. As tlielrsmlloson Unit day blankets, cheaper than ov'er bold, boo Cutlurlno Coinhs. J fail to call around nnd seo tho superior Everybody will bo welcome. G. II. L. Is tho wish of T. E. Foglo k Co. Notlcu Is hereby given that No'ison Combs work of T. J. Morris, tho boot and and Catharine Com lis huvo this day II led C A L 1 E 5 C, WESTERFIELD Cato's jeans, yarns, linseys nnd linn-nc- shoemaker. Ho guarantees work to bo School Benefit. tholi Joint petition In the Ohio Circuit Couit, In.Mcmoriam. havo no oqunl. Can only bo found s WISHES TO INt'OlOI TICK 1'UMLIC THAT UK nnd satisfaction given to all Miss Dora Gibson's school nt Hosino Mrs. Jano Dnke, daughter of Harri- praying tho udd court to empower the said use, enjoy, sell and conCombs IS nt J. E. Fogle k Co. TOrOUNISII Give him n call and ho will give a benefit concert nt Hosino son nud Elisrnbeth Taylor, was born in Catharine own In customers. vey fcr her boutflt, any propcity he 40 Bin All Shades and Grades Ky., on tho eighth day of nay now own or heie.ifter uequlie, free increasing in convinced. Nov. 10. Tho purposo of this benoflt.is Hnitford, Paper In Tho Hurlford Houso is patent desks February, 1800. from the dents, claims, llnhllltlps uud conpublic favor every day. Tho people Mr. C. S. Hobertson, of Hockort, to rniso money to buy now ON SHOUT NOTICi:, AND Sho was married to John O. Wallace trol of her husband, Nelson Combs, and to like to patronize good hotels. Ivy., nnd Miss Lennie Duke, of Kuttn-w- for tho Hosino school house. The feat fall of 1818, professed teligiou imtkocoiitraclH, nue mid bomicdasii hluglo Cheaper Than It 'can be Boaght Elsewhere! tho aro to bo united iu tho holy bonds ures of tho evening will bo a "Hag irill" iu woman, mid tiude In her own name and boots $1.75 nt J. E. Hoys wholo-stocPresbyterof her propeity by will ordeed, and bo AUfO l'HKl'AllF.I) to to Thoy by 10 boys. Music nnd literary' exorcises nnd joined tho Cumberland Everybody chargo you of mntrimony at Kuttawa Co. Foglo k will ulso add to the nttrnctivoncss of tho ian Church iu 1819, and was tho moth- cuipoweled lo act III all things pertaining will leave immediately nfter tho cereSi.00 and $i.'i!i for them. ton children, live of whom survivo to her pinnerty as mi utiiiiiirrUd woman. of mony for Hocki'ort, vv heron reception ontcrtaiumeut. This benefit should bo er under my hand its Clerk of Hie Ohio Mr. J. Edwin Hower spoko at Cen- will bo given them by Dr. Lnyton and liberally patronized. Tho jinVo of ad- her. After n widowhood of sixteen CI Given Court, ON VEKY SHOUT NOTICE. i this llltli day of Heptcmbcr, years, sho was married to Capt. William 18.SH.cult Wednesday night ton '25 cts., nud IS cents. tortown on lint mission will bo W13 Glvo Him Your Work. wife. U. llAlinwicK., Clerk. fall of 18ri7. Capt. Duko A test! Duko in tho largo and enthusiastic nudiencc. UyA.T.NAI.!.,I,C died iu May 1874 and from that timo to Clonks J. E. Howowas present lust Wednescall & Taylor, Attys. lur petitioners. 3931 For all kiuds of bitch wns our immense trndo in clonks tho day of her death, she lived iu tho Hill Gillespie. Horso shoeing day nud took notes whilo Hon. John on Yeiser k . D. sou-ilaw, Mr. II. Ho lust season that wo hnvo mado n SPE- family of her II. MoMenry spoko nt Centortown a specialty. All work guaranteed. A Great Offer. Tnylor. e replied to him that night in nu exhaus- CIALTY this yeas of cloaks. Wo From now until December 1st, wo Tho friendship that existed between M. 8. ltagland, Hosino, bought and tive nnd comprehensive speech. Ho this year tlint every lady in this t, county shall havo shipped tho monster beof hido of the completely nnswered tho wholo a chance to buy u Mr. Taylor nnd Mrs. Duko, us remark will furnish to our subscribers tho able, extending through tho entire pe- Foiium and Hiuiald ono your for $!i. season. It weighed HO pounds. and then mado a strong appeal for fiuo cloak nt this place. The prico of tho Foiium alono is$i, thus Wo hnvo Plush Jackets, Modjeskas, riod of their lives. Being noarly Small, Alexander & Co., Go to Williams k Dennett for butter, tho Democratio cause. by family ties, thoir tenderness for making the IIeiiali) freo to all who iu fact any stylo to be found in cities. potatoes, and iu eggs, lard, turnips, Glusi-ow- . Scot Mr. Hobert Ure. Comu nt once, wo guurnntco stylo nnd ench other was no vcr chilled by a dis- tako advuntago of this great offer. The fact everything in tho grocery lino. cordant word, or unkind thought, nud Foiium has for its contributors mon of land, wns in Hartford Monday. Mr. prico. Price from 1.00 to &0.00 Thrco o.en and log wagon for side. Uro has leased somo valuablo coal inthat fact speaks volumes for tho goner- -' national distinction. It stands boldly Hockkii k Co. ous henrt of Mr. Taylor nud tho amia in tho front of independent thought. It Inquire nt Anderson's Hnzanr will sell terests near Hockport from tho heirs of bility nud Christian virtues of Mrs. should bo iu ovory family. It moulds Stage Line, Aloxnndor Hondrio. All tho prelimina on your own terms. 8. W. AmnnmoN. Ul tf I havo lltted up and now havo n htage Duko, It was beautifully suggestive of public opinion: social, moral and pory work will bo done during tho fall nud winter preparatory to nctivo work running from Hartfoul to Owensboro, their respective ttnits of character, to litical. As an independent review, it W. O. Lilcs of No Creole neighbor- in tho early spring. Mr. Uro isn gen- milking two trips n week, leaving Hart-'hethem discuss the past, nud live has no superior. Old subscribers who hood had his pockotbook, which con- tleman of nrncticnl parts nnd pleasing fold on Tuesdays and Thursdays, nud over again tho pioneer days of Ohio ronew for ono year, or new subscribers BANKER AND BROKER tained 11 tnkon from his trunk u few addiessaswellasn successful business leaving Owcnsboio on Woduesdays and cotintv. nud iimontr her numerous mini eau have tho benefit of this oiler, tf 40 A 43 IlroMiIwuy it Al New Street, days sinco. man. Ho will probably start for Scot- Fridays. Will do nil kinds of hauling ly, nono moro sincorely grieves, than' NEW YORK CITY. Wanted. Saturday, nnd will return iu nlong tho line. A comfortable convey- her aged rolativo and friend. ' Tho rooster that adorns tho polo nt land next A woman to do my cooking and milk-sh- o SttKikt., Uoui1, Oriiln, IrivlMloiiH Tho kiuducbs of Mrs. Duko, when Anril noxt. when tho Uro ance nnd will carry passengers at gil Centortown, wits mado by Mr. Mack March or trip. Patronngo solicited. was young, and able to bestow it, ing will pay a liberal prico for a good imtl Fotroluuiii iustond of Jerry Williams Coal Company will begin nctivo work. round Ford k Son Hespectfully, Miis. .T. 8. Vauoiit, oxtonded to all, nnd tho tender euro of hand. ItuiiKlil.Nald nnU t'arrlml on Mnritlu. will mako n vnlunblo citizen of nnd Dun Gnwtlion, ns stated by tho Mr. Uro y uit F. W. YniHun. her daughter ami other friends, wasuj Hartford, Ky. for Explanatory Puinhlt. lltf , Ohio county. 1Ikiiat.ii Inst week. y ,, ,,( i j Children Cry FOR PITCHER'S . 1OTKvu ll Casforia Contaur Liniment is tho most wonderful tho world has over known. K. V. WILLIAMS. Pain-Cur- er , -- t. W. COOPEB. WILLIAMS & -- CO. o n 3rJrcfjjl - "Tjii-pecanoe- ," o Beaver Dam, A Full and Complete Line HAVE JUST HECEIVED- - I'nherlsoii-l)uk.W'eiUlttii- ;, Simon Small, of the firm of Small Bro Ladies Cloaks and Wraps Owensboro, Ky., will open out his ;ic liKht-nmninj- ,' . iSlJir. Ho-roc- s, large and complete Itr.cniVlXd line of samples on DRY GOODS AND DRESS GOODS morning In tlie Latest Styles aaa.& Sla.ad.es. at the brick building recently vacated by John C. Eiley. Those in i:stiij:ss variety. desiring a bargain in their line, will do well Boots and Shoes! Hats and Caps! to call on Mr. Small GENTS FURNISHING GOODS, CLOTHING, &c. while here. Which wo are selling at Iioek Jloltoni Prices. Give us a trial and bo ANIi AIIF. DAILY to-morro- OVEECOATS NOTIONS Respectfully. 3VCEITS jJ2TJD ZBO-5T- S convinced. IJ. How-ma- n, WILLIAMS & CO. Farmers! We will take wheat, corn, oats and hay for your winter & Co.. Oct., 28, 1888. m Down t A IJIjr .Tub OiHJ-Uti- lf lMt'o. Ltt of aions Odd Coats and Vests Marked S. W. -- ANDERSON Hol-broo- goods. Hooker PBOPBIETOE. With Headache, Keuralglo, HluumatUni l)yticp-la- , DllloumcM, Blood llumon, KMnef Mjcam.-- , ContlpatluD, Female InmMex, and Ague, Slecplcwni'ss, Partial Paralysis, or Xcrrotu use ialne'a Celery Compound and bo cured. Iu each of three tho causo U mental or pli) ileal OTcrHork, anxiety, csiouro or malaria, the effect of which Is to weaken tho nervous resulting In ono of theso UUcates. Kcinove the cavse with that great Ncn o Tonic, and the if You Are Sick Fiur qci.t will disappear. -. guvtfovil Paine's Celery Compound Gro-barge- r, Jas. I- Bowen, Springfield, Mass, writes: more brilliant and made, "Taint's Celery Compound cannot to excelled as dyes evercolors. and to glte Diamond, and take Ask for the Nene 'Ionic. In my case a slnglo bottlo durablo wrought a great change. My nervousness entirely no uiuer. "i FOR disappeared, and with It tho resulting lUlcrtlnti A lirosa fivfii of the stomach, heart nnd liver, and tho iholo tone of the nystetn was wonderfully lmlgnrattd. A Coat Colored I tell uiy friends, If sick as I havo been, i'alxio's leicry iuuiiuuuu uurmenw neiwweu Sold by drugslsts. f 1 ; six. for t Prepared onlj by Wills, Jiiciuiiwos &. Co., lJurllngtou, VU Warranted to color mere goods than any other Will Cure You! A Child can use them j CENTS. ! IO II For the Aged, Nervous, Debilitated. Unequalled for nil Fancy and Art Work. At druggists and Merchants. Dye Book free. & CO,, Props., Burilagtoa, Vt WELLS, RICHARDSON TOUB 113 Cash and Jjuvo Tweutj 1-- cr Cent! : 's old-styl- J. L. LILES: -I- two-hors- IKALIIU IN I'UIir. DRUGS. GROCERIES. Toilet Articles, Glassware, $o. THE PLACE TO BUY GOODS CHEAP FOR CASH ! n Medicines Warranted to be Genuine and of the First Qnalityl utrrretcrlptloim Accural) ly Compounded nt Ai.r. HuUKsn COME AND SATISFY YOURSELF! al llrst-clas- The Best fi4JfiniB jbi we will cstrantet th. "LOTILL" W18HSB to ao MOTrtw time man It essler lssHiSHsHPrOijMHaM. dotho world. ana in lessnro ysr, anofju ""i" w..u u uoiri Warranted BssH4F:tnJsMSBinlrss? clothes clesn without rubbing, wt will rtlund tho monty. !V 11 WASHER AGENTS WANTED that scHits srroklrKfromIIOiouptriBMw. ls first-clas- l&mB mske t00 to 1500 dnrlnsthelntsr. Udlyhara grst success selling mil wasoer. Retail price, only $i, Sarjpls to thoio dptlring an ageocy $J. Also ins ueieorawa WtllNOEIN atmsnufacturers' lowest prices. Wt laTIU IM Send your address on a postal card for strictest InTtttlgstton, farther particulars. ''.; ir" iw. Pi. LOVELL WASHER CO., Eric, a, k din-po- Paper Hangmg& Painting G. B.VANNORT AT- CARRIES A FULL LINE OF . I black-smithin- ROSINE, KENTUCKY, n l'ro-pos- nrgu-men- vv HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, OWENSBORO. SPECULATION! Tho Latest anl Most Elept Styles! Bil I'.H.-He- JL W. DAVIS, ininn irn nnrw Gents" Furnishinir Good: ! WA Geo. A. Homer, ar ALWAYS KEPT IN STOCK! Complete Variety to Select From! ISXJSKC X2ST -- ALSO FANCYCANDIES! 2SriD SEE! OO TO- NOTE THIS! Wonderful Result. ,:fe.. .. jfartfavfl VcchUi gtrnM. Knoxviiak, .Inly 2, 188S. A STATE. ,11111 N'r.rosrititN y Tho Hwift Sceillc Co., Atlanta, Oa: KiwAttuj a Onicago Railway lleikulilres hum In- have a dauphtor now I II. Iliickner. Gentlemen. Hovel nor-- 8. 31. tT) l.i n I'leliiluiim lihei-'VKIlNKHKAY.0CT01ir.lt lilelllrliHiil Hovel nor J. W. l!r)nli. seven years of nge, who, when about I'll'f 1.I101111, hiilh lit - VIA TUB Secretin ol stall U. Jl. Aimmji. AMlHtiiiitS'ie'ynfStiito- - Willi Ii.lliiiKO. l.oulxllle I.viiiH'ii, three years of age, showed a severe case I'lIUM VK r?WT. r c.L VSTIKB... iVsJAKIli It. (Irlllllh. n.BITir I'rlviilHeereiury lodov-- W. Ohio 111111I) I nli.nl- BBFOSE IT IS BORN. ysw-MmMmmmof scrofula on the side of her neck, tho St. Faul5 Minneapolis & Manitoba Ry Altornei -- llpiiernl I'. V. Hunllu. LOUISVILLE'll nl Itnel.pnrl, Inil. Amlltor Kiijcllc Hewelt usual swelling nnd bumps himAll.iiit I'll 'f j' llln liil.eii I NiiiIiiiii of General with a view of curing her, we began Treiinurrr Jiinie W.lnte. CINCINNATI iu I'n Some Startling Statements I'lerk .Imiiei it. Ilnwlilii result was wonderusing S. S. S. The I'lrkett. llheleier Mhou II. Hiipt. I'llb. Hixtnictloii-Jo'- .l. Interest. A MAGNIFICENT Tlimuuli Till: 1.1 S i: Iltiniilntf ShIIiITihIiin. lliuiii'iiir-- ; lerkptK.l.-- . Went mill K. 1. I'lokell. t'oiicliei. LoiilKVlllntiU'lileiiKo, ful, and I nnd my wife now stand ready HeKlnler I.niiil Ollleo T. 11. (."orliett. lliicntl ciaicni lio I'lianitii or eara liilvueli It powers of Clerk N..I. HiirrlM. tliuluoultlei. Dr. 01icr WcikIpII llolmei, on iieiiij,' to indorse the grent curative tnsiir iico tiiimiilwloner I.. . ftortimii. Till: MM', ltuiiiilnu ilonlilc Dally Trnlim Deputy I'oni- .- Vlrull Howell. when the training of n HiiKt your medicine. nikr-i-t lieluren Loutivllleuud lileimo. A.I'ooiihiiiiiI II. V. Iliilirnn, t'lerks-.- l. huiiilroil years S. II. Drammoxii, Cleveland, Tenn. hIioiiM lioain, rrplit-l,"K. Hill. OM.V I.IM: I'ioiii Loulsvllleorriiieliiniill Ailjiltiinl Heiienil-Ni- nt to t'lili'iiicoriiliulincluto Ileiirlioin Ailjt. Henernl-- H. H. Aliilervnii. Conductor on E. T V. & Ga. It. It. lmforpititliom." KlIK All. Vyjll. I i CI. Tlionipvon. tliuiiew lllilon Hepol loeuleil III llit'een-tra- l Miint. Aiseiml-- W. The Montana Express" crXiSSV7 iailorc'lilrai;ii. J. K. ImivIh. LOUISVILLE, CINCINNATI Vis. Ilor.iiml Stiitliitlei On rq 'c to infer from tliis that this Alarming Symptoms. HI m r Lilliriulmi-Mr- n. iruinlu Hiiiimiii, I'ulni o WUi Till: l.l m: Itiiiuiliiu I'nlliiimi I'lni'luiiatl to ticnortiTion inrosMinsililc for tlie contli-tirmWH.I. nu iNAUnuiiATr.n tlu Ii'.hhII Clirk VVnlker I'etem. 0F-K- j noiii I.ouIkvIIIi) or Ciuttvsoooa, Te.i.v., .Tiiho 28, 1888. ;BREEDER ( liieaiEo; lliui I.J. Iimnettnrol MilieuIllinler-Jol- Norwooil.WimhIh. Leuvp Heaver Damibilly, 1.'.M a.m.- - DKr, V of the racon hundred yearn from Tho Swift Specillo Co., Atlanta, Ga: Ii. I'utille I'rliite.-NOVEMBER 10, IJIi: MM: llylileli I'lilltnnii Carservlee I'onlleiitliiry VVnnleii K. Il.Tijlor. E .2:15 p. five and six Louisville now?1 Arilveln Between Gentlemen. is UHMiietl, ulietlier liv Li'iilsvllle or )iiiii W tiii'lii' iiiilcu Unirid- Tn lor. lit imt natto riileano, Wnukelia, St. Paul Is this wonderful generation the medi-cin- e years ago boils and carbuncles appeared jl"IIJi mil lliu noitliMesteru resoita, KOK COI'UT OK Al'l'KAI.M. ural result of the proper diet and (IM.Y I.IM: Tlint oil sliould liny jour itM)n me, to nu extremely disagreeable Elegant Dining Cars, C'lilef .liKtlee, W. S. l'ror, .Indues tleketn over, ir ou lire koIiik Norlliweil Ileum It; J. II. Lew Ii, VV. II. Holt: JlEflniLViMiWOBIililAS, a hundred year ao? of and alarming extent. My general health Drawing Room Sleepers, Ueporter, C. V. lllneii l lerk Court of unit iliilie tottnvel rinnfiirtHlily uml nwml , Deputy tedliiuideln). See lliutour llekela read It is conceded in other lands that seemed good, but there was every indiJ. Ilenrj: Tlioiiins Aiux-ilsmJLm wlua iSgmx ssi 'vsmp Arknnim. Toiai nnil Depiilj Clerk c;iirl:,Kiiii M. clulnei;CI. most of the wonderful diseoveiies of the cation of a riotous condition of my blood. Handsome Day Coaches ROUTE I'ouie; SerKennt, VIA THE MONON Pullman tar Couit, TIioiiiik century liavo como from The boils gave me gieat trouble and j 1 litnir, Junius MeCuutiri. -- ANDWlileli with Its solid Train, U. A. ltobeilMin world in thi ServleeKiiiul 1'iu.t Tluui l u I'lilverimt I'n n Leave Denver H.un dully, IJMO r. M.- - .1:111 .v. i iii mintrv. Our iiiici'htors were rear pain. Physician's treatment did not HUI'KIUUIt COU1U'. nuiiiyi vnrlte will. tlioTnivellui; I'ulillr, Colonist Sleepers .11:10 p. M- .- 2M v.M Arrlvi In Meiiiplil.. hardships Jinliieit, Jolui llnbiir.J.CJ.Wiinl j Serpent, ed in loj,' caliins, and wifleied decided to seem to avail, and finally I t:. Kiini! i Tirstiill, John Mtiiuit. vm tinROUTE ' SHORT-HOR- N nud trials. prlueipal i'oiihmi lieu Before the With Ivltolifii unci Uuv utor.v . J. Itallru.ul CoiiiiiiliBiuiieii J. I'.TIiimipson. Chsipsst, ShcrvSt and Quickest Routs N..V f)on wile ill all MONON matter, iii.im. : CATTLE, give your S. S. 8. a trial. I. a.MjuiIiIiiib. J. D. oiini:. et iiltlee.. For enjoyed health to n Jiut they lived and s ilrst bottle gave out I noticed the iminle, i to , mldre CONUUK-UONAlAlso Breeder of Premium 10 ALL 1MI.N1-- l.V Till: II. A IIATIIAVV.W.CI. P. A, rim old age. Tho women of thorn days- provement. The boils and carbuncles Seiiitnrs-lln- n. Jniius D. l'.ocl; nml Hon. I'nurlli Vve., Louisville, Ky until.! enduie hardships without appar- disappeared, and with the six bottles I 3SToztl3.. J.C. M. llliiekliurn. Kourlli Dlslllet Hon. A. ..., tnt.'.mhtlnit.- unuld ctnrtlc those of lio MilimMICK.Cl. P.A., I'liteiuio. AND SOUTH-WESperfectly well, and quit. I was then II. .vtoiitKiiinery. iiit.r'"' fill flllcs nf H.lllllllill, Tit the present use. M every since that time my blooil lias givDI8THHT. HTATi: LKCMSI.Al DlMl-Ar fiom Lnulsvllleilll. I.Vl'U'. vi Why was it? en every evidence of perfect purity. I Great Fulls, Helena Belie Semitoi Hou.I.ewl" W.Jnne. Hon. II. Ar.rmui MeiiiililA mitli,U t0 '. t'ounly Ohio HetireKenUtive, VMI till I. HI s. (.1 UsC. One of the proprietors of the ipular nttiilmtc my complete cure to your II. KluvolvlnK. Aiply to the C. & O. tleket uueiit, Ite.iver jC5lsrpK ff6. .14,-- JvS ei Tin lv ioi: lemedy known us Warner's safe cure, medicine alone. W. lI.Dusi.vi'. nt renvoiiHlitii prtrei., Hum, Ky. FULLER. H. W. pur further tnforin- ir a Sm', ti.lli the j COUNTV. has licen faithfully Pass. Con. A. O. S. It. It. Hetienil I'aoeiigpr Vgent, n .ui For .Maps nml general liiliirnntlou Iminlre Hi. - tiir at lliiiiroril, ty--Loi ISVII.I k, Kkntukv. - i , ,isenu-- e, and has called to his aid scientblood an I Skin Diseases ot j our Tleket A)ieiit, or V-5 Tieatise on JOHN P. VOSTER. J V ;f, I'lreull C'onrl. r. I. WHITNEY, well as medical men, linprohsinjr mailed free. Tim Swiit Smxiric, Co., ists 1'. I.ltlle. .IikIko. Utcii1h)U. Oell'l I'iImi. illlil TUt. Alii., Hon. Lu-cannot be upon f hem the fact that there Hon. losppli Noe, Attorney, Ovvcnslioio. Drawer :i, Atlanta Ga. St. I'.ittl, Minn. J. P. Tlioiusnii, Jnller, Hiirtraril. finofloct without a cause. This investigaa 3 nl I'Mreiiei' Jlnnlwiek. t'lerk, Hurironl. The Tariffand Wages, J no. 1'. Uurrett, Miixter i om'r, HurltorJ. tion disclosed the fact that in the olden b rt in h It. P. Hoelier, Slierllt, Denver Hum. linn. W.C. P. Ilrecklnrlilge In forum. It VI times simple remedies were administersh wif Tvosrr niii lv. I ox. '1 rusteu JlltY l'lllnl. inimuui Dhiii; Deimtle-"-!'- . K. Iloeker, iiiHOiaiig Ll'IKEJiT. Mrnffrillr, im V23KC2UJsmj2acjnc?n. Wnam oisimi i As things stand now no fair man will of herhs and roots, ed, eomijuuntleil J. L. .villter, lli.i- - H )luiil,,to ItVSTlNO M.rasebler, i "protected" Vtry lionet Wondertul. Tkt it. H f'm'. whiolw5i fathered and stored in the deny that in all the great koii imirt ronveiies fomtli Moiulujs In Mn industriesthere can be biitsevcn months Infta'uf the lo' cabins, and when VEGETABLE. Tour wtiki PURELY months' pay A Case of Chills and Fsver unit Noveuilier nml contlnnos 's of labor, or at least seven e.ieh tirni. these remedies from on, on ii l.V court. laboratory vveio used with the for twelve months' labor; for in seven TIIATl ANMiT IIK CIIRKU HV TVKIMI O. V. Mussle, .liulijp, Imitforit. months when these factories run at their effects. T. J.Sinllh.i'lerK, H.irllor.1. best c9(7? SAFE CHILLS AND FEVER CURE BRAZILIAN C. M. I'emllpion, Altotney. Iliutfonl. SSSl A 'AT. Whatweie tlie-- o remedies? What were full capacity, they turn out twelve Court eonvenes on the Uml .vionJij In supply for the market they and months' every irouth. they used for? Aftur untiring A Positive and Permanent Cure have, so that they give to their operalluiirlerl loiirl. sTSfrcli they have obtained the forIlo,-lon t.ie thlnl Mouilujs In Jiiiuiirj, Dumb Ague, labor, for Vlilll nnil And Eye Classen are the Lett for fnillni! tlht. Cul nnd polished from the "'aj mulas so ,'ciiendly used for various dis- tives the option of seven months' Affections, l'nl vprn, Jiuy nu i ueioner. Fever, nnil nit MuLirlnl receive n Oner pollh they are perfoet'y ransparent. linnler than nt fair prices for the labor, to secure C'oiirl nl ( liilins. Ave orders. sent by mull to ny ninl In OAl'SftiG and Btone." retain It. One pair cai efully aulted to your eyen will last nu Iohb n time.palia always Dy llei'lnsou (Jie flrst MoiiiIujb In jnnu iry vinlinpnlrnl nil thnt fheiiucstioii is, how will the old-o- n twelve months' living, or let them work ptirt uf Hit: t'nltiil siueton : XIV of the best Rlass, bemdes preaervln the alirht ntmont Hiul Outolier. Unto pieparations iilVeet the people the whole twelve months, but only nt Adilirm : .1. It. VI VltTIN, DnicsM. TERM II TENT FEVERl our now ay stem for tratUic the ai,fht,vo are enabled to auit nny eye ao aeeurately CiiiiiiIj OfilriTx. Oilier I ATMS TOM V, N. I. Is Bye ySL aggregate IJllI tin thnt no lnjurioua effect will follow. We repair flpectnelea andpeoploOlaaset, and itlfnnl of this hk!, who have been treated, un- such rates as would in tho J. U WIKon. "surVHjor, 11HenVci who requiro SpetaoU nro for old Iium i . V. I'lirintt, AssesMir, Insert PobbteM In old IraniM. Our medical schools and codes, amount to seven months' pay. der modem I spectacles to set far off n well aa near by, only one pair belnir required. To persons i: LoiieyA'ounly School rfupt , Hurtfi.ril. ALL MALARIAL DISORDERS, tariff does not, and in A protective with ooisoiums and injurious drills. roller l onrlN. whocannotcHll on us we send our New Illustrated rrlesi r.ist,whlh showe how to t s IMC UNO Alt CtHNS-.VNt. II. is. Ulenn. Itulse; BRO .Optlclana. 022 West Knln 0t.. LOUISVILLE, KY. II vktkoh.i.-- J. C.P. BAKr.'EB orifer. This test has been carefully pursucd.nn-ti- l tho nature of the case cannot, fix the , CotirtM lielil 4lli Mom.a.v nl..u virlllMi: to us. vr.iii'-- 'larlml. j CfQ IVsrtfci, riinuu, ulln puliliilim of 11". pji.r, tsliab 'U . tlioy are convinced that the piepara-tion- s wages of labor. Labor, like all com STOMACH & BOWELS. i Man Ii, Iuiip, September nnil Deeuilier. Log Cabin modities, will, under the operation of .1. Mitchell, JiuIko; they now call Warner's ItKWKii Dam. J. 1011 ILL AN tFrU IIVK KUll sl CuurU lielil tils Mnve. yinrslnil. Miiinlv and demand, com remedies are what our much abused iliolnu-n- f Livor&KiiluoyCoiuplaiuts Snt.iiiliy Pi Jnnnnrj, April, July nml Oct IsThfiRfS. mand its worth in the market where it I'nnlel. .luiltie ; .1. V s.ystoinsromiie. lmmHL.-- X. Knlm. V!urhnl. ruuii lielil lecoiul s.iur-- I Price 50 els. a Bottle. Tiial Bottles 25 cts. is for sale; and all that legislation can Amon' them is what is know as VaterproolGoal lnnuiiry. April, July nml OetoLer iv In Cabin sjirsnpaiilla, and they IHissibly accomplish is to interfere w ith r. J. Lnwlnn JtKtjte: I HvMil.Tov. AivSeW Itimuiii,'iii.il IIuv. R Murslinl. ( ouit- - lielil tbtl'l wiliii RICHARDSOfi-TAYLOETcr Matie. MED. CO., that they do not li natural operation of this law, and frankly iiuuonuco 'ay i Jituuitry. April, July uml cictiibi r tn Il.'intl w V t r i ST. LOUIS MO. nriufnuurnrn 302 8. Fourth Sireet, " jl Ttrr 'rff t rt l, fr tho Kirsnparilla of so much Milne so far as it does this only harm can en flj tj-a Hoc four. L. Held. Jiuli;e: A. I'. Milt rIrl turn r ii mO r ' ; M.iilinl. lourK lielil IIi- Tliurnio in r "i C.ll tf t; ;r t 0m TASILT Tnol'SLES." itself as it is in the combination of sue. Camilla, the United States and A Largs Stock of Goods! Jiuimn, April, July nnil ixtober. in J l flilol m . r mtmi ,Mi el hrl.i wi. 4JII' Itos!M--- l. O. Crowiler. Jinlse; VV. P. the various ingredients ulucli together T..xiVrliavu protective tariffs, but the ourti. lielil tlilHatur-il.i- y Tliutiiui, Mnniiikll. work manvlously upon the system. price of labor is not uniform in nny OUR IH CREASED FACILITIES in Jnnunry, April, July anil Oetolier. sa I iilUerwm Jinlce; no mir- They also have "Winner's Lon Cabin section of the continent; it timers in Will enable ns to till nil orders pioinitly I kiuiau s. L. s . mmm .. Ji m i ouil seeouil JS'.C i, y.i. ' for mir kIhiI. IJuly nml 'lei n s,,turil:iy ui JhiiiiiiO. M ooiuh and consumption remedy," "I.", every Piovinco of Canada, in almost and maintain liisli Vprll, ei. 3 War- every State of the United States, and ( nuns. Culiin hop and buehu remedy, A larire iuaiitity of Aot wantJustice (tooiK KuBDnv ILLF.. 11. K. Mlitlitt.Mmeli 1, lune Cabin hair tonic." They in the various parts of Mexico. ner's Los: ed, for which the market pi ico will be I, Jepteiiiber 1, Deeemlier I. AIIIon llu.v m !M2lr.M iKniioi.f theln-H- t vvchKIv ibith puMiahixl in this onitnly. h.neront confidence that they have n paid in cash or M':ods. ltoll curding Mnnlr.'. June 2, epteinlier .1, Deeemher I. in T1IK ilenini autl omliavor U mk- - it a i ffoiii.- viKtt.ir hioIi ww'k. Itif tlm .V riiKE nml eimy oxiiectonition is IluroKO. C. L. h'ienl-- . M ireii l.l.Juni 11 cure for the common dise.ise of catarih, .Ivmi.s Cvn:, donopronij.tlv. that oiiirlit tn ln (..iiiifl in tlir Ikhiic J. McKim..ev fut a tineiteiiiler 11, Deeeinb. r II. il'.Diceml" 1. bv ft few-- (loses of Dr. J. H. Mcr jiive the name of "lay CabItunii-ey- , nhuuM liavu f1 which they Ky. U in Ii VI, June l'.',s)rpttinl.i muni- tinii-- in Hiic tnirrvKsiv.- iik. overv furm.-.nnntv. At Tar Wiuo Luiif? Liilm, in nil iinciilnral iimrumi. in lUliTViimi. J II. l'altoii, MureliT. Line one ituwl. el b. purv. in rose cream." Also a "Lot,' Cabin Lean's lux tinHiiiU nt y s, bore throat or It. l ill' oiues of 1 l i. s. iifoiiilinr II. t)e.enibr Ii. all the- imriilt. 111 which ho in rlitfaW Hililitimi to hi" Imini- juiih r; iiie 40m:t plaster," which they are confident will ' of brcuthiuf;. Vlareh b, -- run n ami UiiiKhU-rj- i wli.i iro Hr noeiN it for hi lit- - mi il- - it fur liiiiiwlf. to n A. II. lli, Mreli, lun. siipplnnt all others, nnd a liver pill, to UoiKfoiiT. tln clirai,t-- r la When 1 Cirrin dn r .1nti ine ini.relyre- . nit" nmnliiHiil ami wnmaiihun.!, uml tnwhuni a I. ICow'i , 5, December V , tiiein September n I , m I r il I? ilr Wiii-tlt- . be used separately or in connection with I vii iv I. VI d AL ttKL. Vliircli S.June, -- eltmlier I, December I nf turn nci Is Consumption Incurable? I have male Urn dlmso oi UIJIJ t'u Ckomwi i.i.. .1. P. Morlbn, Muieli lu. June Itciul tho follow in;;: Mr. C. JI. Mor? Read Our Proposition. September 10, Dccenibui 10. VV. N. Miirtln, Can Ho Afford We hope that the public will not be ris, Ncwiirk, Ark., says: "VaH down FITS, EPILEPSY ox Mutch Millie .Septuiubrs, Lieemner x y all iliii-nwho will in nrrc-an- . -- VV. M. Autiy, MmipIi M Junel'.. disappointed in those remedies, but v ith abscess of Imiujx. nml friends nnil In all HitrilM-IbstM ESTABLISHED: 1873. FALLING SICKNESS,to uml ..nt- - vtar in .ivMiiv. ami l all i 011 Milmoriiitinii will py m r h mile vi I1.1 xeplembei 1.1, December Ii A.l Aull.JI.iri from the investif.'a-tioii- iihvsieiiins lironouneeil mo an Incurable will reap a benetit huImhtipIihu I.i mtrli A life lone .tudy I WAnrwr on remeih t.iaki-t, June ll.hepieinber II, December II tiri'mnt of King s lh ause tl.. - l.avo ' the wont and that the propiietors will not Consiimtitive. ilenn takiuy 11 I'niislnbli's. iiImim-ii"in- other llinti l mv A? li'.ia-- aa nvrieniinirai nre un New Discovery lor consiiiumioii, urn lilleilHiiorc i" Hi' nl lllo. in their introduction by now on my thinl bottle, and able to Kn.usvil.i.E. J.W. Puyin.P.-O.cii'latn el tratreaiic anda lul K Hmrl-love l.ire ct my iM'ittlBLfc llt'ioiui. cJearin. II. dealeis try in,; to substitute remedies oversee the work on my farm. It w the A. P. Hitwonl. and I'o-- t (inire. It cirts jou noil.inij for .1 . iuni- Ilorsellniiicli. iiiiauy pniin-iimmitlilv mapiumo, A lai.'illosiNt:. L P.i rowiler. trial, ami u will euro you. Address I.i'i'it Sunil i.v that have been so familiar to tint shelves liuest luedieino ever niiide." l. luil , amliiiiH fur ita oli- Ca.iiiw kli.. H.W. Jcsso Miildlewnit, Decatur, Ohio, It is tmlilislii d at 1 rt vv .1, .at-i- l ami triiiiim-il- . H.C nOOT.Ni.O., IR3PtlSr HtwYOUK This line of remedies of our dnifwists. mr, lli" Hurm. riiriiu r, tin" r I'll! ff.ATION "Had it not been for Dr. Kinj; s the I itti itiii-n- t il tin' "jr.-ji m Insist nijh: Discovery forConsumiition Ivvould TTASTIIKI.AHHISsT in i.iiii'Nvine. riie 4 will bo used instead of others. 11 niiv liuiiy I'niiiT CHURCH. New nl. tin- I'uiiltiviu in. ,,,1. llnir lu.iiHiliolila mi matteriheDairvmnu, tlio Sin-pipaper iinu in mi h imlreVPiiliiK tli'i-Nortln.r Houtli It w vilti-nupon your diuist 1,'ettiiii; them for luive died of Lull;; Troubles. Was iv, wlit'llwr 111 the llnut, Went, nml territory tut vuJI n pnporof nutlie'l'nllpil Press Association it, in nil tho Am now in best of ry lntn ( must Womlilp every fourth him. M ii bv doctors. tiuiinl circulation, oini; into he hasn't them in stock, nnd wo lust it months jouif ian. nnil Averuueclrcnlutlon fortlie Owcnsboio U Nashville Time Table l'iiniiii-omuiruiti 'fUTTjff tisik inusK mnl Mliinlsy nlislit Sample bottles free over 5,i). I lim ia tin- - opH.rinuy 01 minium. health.'1 Try it. day iiioinlui: uf the Dominion nl CiuiHila nilit Kj "aiidJnaiiiiMuri Iixl conlidont that these new jemedies nt 'A. AVayuu Grillln Uro's Drugstore. taeceUiiiii; Dr. K. JI. llerry, pnMor. i linuli is SI per yonr, i pric- ot Til i: AMKltlCAN It Is Hib home piper fur the people ol the ineelliinnd saeinmeiit ever Snmlny mornsoiirn noiisn. Tlio will receive approbation at our reader's Valley. ami m) auiiiplii Ohio No. ,'. No. I. but both linia-n- i will lie sont for thu inco of olio, full at tluu oflloatnks.ew third nml It tnUet Hie fionl null:, "jl. hands, as the founders have used every mlvniituKO Ak Ciiuiiru. iui'1 yon will In- - mire to IIapi-inusSTATIONS. ootiii-- of thia popular Hirneiiltnrnl detiends very niucli on tho whileh iiewspiler Literary Dopirliueut fourthK. Siimlnys in each mouth. Itcv L. a.Sim'i,3JtVar;sBMMsJs1sMslsM the iieneml u'i..'x MI'll of tliis luiiuuiiii'i'iit olfnr. IgianpjBJSJ&lBMHBBaBBBsHBl caie in their preparation. condition of tho liver nnd kidnoys. Tim innlielt emrlinHenlly the Kninlly Paper of i ... Mta.all a.iktnr. r. i Ar. l.v. ruMiKRl..vsi l'KMHVTt iilA.v. Services, ills of life make but little iiniircwiou on the South. uneuMMirn. lU IV " l.l i " I' ii " lliht Hundiiy nnd Hunuiiy n:nt nnil rwiui .ssiilwi'lptimi : -' w " -. Death of Briggs McCowii. thoRO whose digestion is kooiI. iou IU ST " J Pi " Itev. lllls Sniili Paiiih'r Cr'lc. periiiiinlli fotime free. iliiy nlijlil preciwllnc. (MulileiibriK IXIm., cau rt'Kiilatci your liver nnd kidneys lly niall .. I.lvla. .. . I0.iT ' 1 nislni;e free) Hervlie necond Ti;; I.tverirore. V X. " j "., " Hmtiw. encli inontlii Itev. Saluiday nnd :.! W. 11. MeCown died last Tuesday with Dr. J. II. McLean's Liver A: Kid- Per Venr . L'olemtm, U J. " 1 1.' siimiiiv of iMiitui. HIiuU 5 Jlullii. 31.00 per bottle. l.airtilili.', at his home, after an illness ney u nasior. Boucht tho Splendid i.r. M'lli Ciirl'inn 11.17 "' mi " I..W been He had .(entralC'lty. tl lift if frwr woks. Iv7' Ki'lsoul'AI. (oolorcil.)-hervlcMktiioiiisi i,85;. l.v. g ted improving, and had rtcoveied Ar. V. M. r m. mnl ululit. THE LOUISVILLE POST ovPiv Min day morn in:II. J. W'ird p Snblmtli "WHY WILL YOU coukIi wlien i v ivior Central cuy. v school nt v.M. Itev. liom the fever with which he was liist Curo will p;ive immediate, relief. tlilnl I ltevler. .. M." Ull" Vi 1'ltA lUrrisTtcoIoreu. He Price 10 cts., 50 et., and 81. For pU ntt.ieked, hut sutletcd a relapse. ml 7:Jt)'. M. HiiinliiJ II A. vi ..lllreilule.. I H..17 " tb.'yilll W. Green Street, J1S Siin'lii.nDoV.niV A. 'I Kov I' II Don ESpSili KS3 was buried yesteidav at the Crittenden by J. W. I'ord. 40eovrly . Ilellini . .! ? 0 3S H.IH " II wSBBwiHIII II ,l 'It 5ttl"I. minTiinnelsl H.'.'l "" II ini '" burying iiiound. lie leaves as near ell, l'nstor r. fit. II a KasnB wm k 1'eiinai .ii " iu " lie had u mother and brother. in.1l ii"i5.. s,,.. SEWiKG niftaHiwn .lliiiunor FOR DYSPEPSIA and Liver Com- lull lll.ll'i " twice ehcted Ccanity Attorney,--ti- n 7 1.1' i; ;; DEOAUSE IT WA5 THE BEST 12 u , .'. " first time in lHTH and again in 18sii, nlnint von hnva n nrinteu inuirantco on .ItllwlllVllle . I', m'. which last tcim he was seiving when he ovorv bottlo of Shiloh's Vitali.er. It Ar A Lv. BUYEHS' GUIDE il l " 1 '.M " . .Ilusrcllvllte never fulls to euro, i or sale by J . die.l. March and Sept., a.V! " Ited Onk. sOeowly year. It In an ency- lisKfeit5Bn''bl "" " " " Ailalrvllle. , 6W" 3.1'. " tuna Ford. crn? 3.00 " -- DIRECTORY. MONTANA n - mm up mm liMONON ROUTE . imuni mtm'MMm, lEifellaMAW pauline, v. 1 mmmmmm iili. uiiitnuu 1 uai 'Train Service 1888 -- &&22S&vfri Through Pullman Cars Mr? JUS 1 - iil-- C 1 in VV - Cut-we- ll J few ' u Fit Eli 1 ,. tllue-tnlile- THE ONLY LINE East, SoiatH, T! a.m.-Mi'U- Mli inu'-tijrat- in iftina mhmk?jhowm - tn TLOB'S OTTTO B FOWLS! I. - m.VMurii i;nci v h. $500 PAiD i rrr7.. "i w I"RF SAfE YUn EYES- djP- 4 1 dili-ner- it I'W s S 3 1 lf!- SB! isH J1 ! 'ouii.gp cl, luei-iiu- Pebble Spectacles . .' SA t I AfiSfLIOUS 1 Til E HFJISEy - Woolen Mills Ail-ni- l Wnr-nri'sl- io r I I I 1 I. 1 cou-Kid- H..-an- 1 -l i -- flp ' T - 1 1 .. A.f 11 "-- ww i i V Free as The Air You Breathe. pro-iluce- il lionr-cnes- ilifli-cult- tr - - - , - - .U-v.- - . I other-remedie- POST i 1 1 iril 11, It vih-inr- I n.-v- r yi-n- ri-li- rn-it- irii-iiltiim- r . 1 - F I'.-- 1 Jliirllii.l'.-O.c.'roiiiv.ol- 2 iv-p- 1 I I - Tlxe Axaerican Jd,a.xxo.ox,:, Hainlsoiiii-lyillilHtraUM11 am - aiilw.-ripti..i- bot'TU.-Servlc- s t ll'r , "' ..- H ffSIKi WUiMHll . . 1 1 . ie-p- oi es -- Shi-loh'- I high arm m :;: to-- -- N.L. Fitschen&Co. f?S AvN LOUISVILLE, KY .. , , N 111 11 . l.ewi-liiir- H Mibject to rheutiintimii, neuralgia lumbago, mid will ilnd n valuuble lOoowly .1. W Foul. remedy in Dr. J. II. McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment; it will banish pain anil Piutleiice! Prudence! 40m!l imhduu iiilhiiiimntion. In nu'dicatioii, as in auht else, guide. Yet thousshould be our Dn. J. H. Mi'Lkvs'h Strengthening ands cast it to the winds. Kvery new by iU vitaland Ulooil lluds its tuitions, the medical Couliiil propcrtieH, Purifier, liostnnii will brmhteu pnlo empirics of every false school have their izing u imle, hngKiud, pills. Hvury change in the gamut, of cheeks, and transform one of hpnrkling humbug is rung successfully for a time ilispirituil womiin into n bottlo. 40m;l nt least -- the notes being furnished by health and beauty. $ tli. credulous. Tn happy contrast to the many ailvertiseil l in postures ol tno nay stands Hostetter's Stomach Hitters, now NEW LIMITED EXPKESS BEliiifsthiid decade of popularity,, TWEEN LOUISVILLE recommended by physicians, AND MEMPHIS. indorsed by the tiress of many lands, K.uglit iiikI piied by invalids everyCoinmmclm; TIIUIWDAY, OCT. Kill, a where. It is nn asceitained sinciflc for New l'antTrnln will beplneed on Hie Line and preventive of malaiiid diseass, between Louisville nud Memphis, reducing ehronic indigestion, liver complaint nud the time between the two Cities to only A checks the growth of NIHHTHUIDK. coiistipitntion, rheumatism and neuralgia, is a tieerless Ml, 7.....mii( l.niilstllle 7 tn p. in. Ar- uiViiMrtint and useful diuietie. Nervous ilieiil I'adiienli I n.ln. Arrlle nt Meinplils Oct. K'Ople benefit it. A ii. in. I'ulliiiuii ItulTi't Sleeplnc Curs fi I.diil.illte In Jlciuplilii, lekliuri; iMiinr.HTioK lesults frown partial unit Nen Orliaim, llhmil iliHiiKe. Arrive paialysisof the stomach and is the pri- (iriiuillle I ino i. in.ainl Vlikabui'i; 7 130 u a very large majoiity of p, in mal v cause milliter mlilnlKlit. I.rmii Clnelii- the ills that humanity is heir to. The ml hy (I. A .M. il'.'.l i. in., eoiiueetlni; In most agieeablo and effective lemedy is Kim m Depiit, l.oulsillle. l.enlii Cliliiit'o H Dr. .7. If, McLean's Little Liver and a. m., Inillillilip.ilU I p. 111. vlil l'i'llll)l-vhiiIIOiiiII Kidney I'illets. i'ns a vial. l.lue. I.envii ClileiiKO H;:il u. m. vlit Jliiiinii l.arii)elli l'Ji'J.1 noon, vtltli IntU Bucklen's Arnica Salve. an liiiur fur niipper ill Louisville liefnro 'Hie t Kclve In the world for Cuts, ili'p.irliiie r tin. New Limited. u Hrulse. Korea. Ulcers, Halt Klieiiiu, The OHIiAHAPKAKKAOJUOfrom Fever fewer. Tetter. Olinppi-t- l Hands. ami thuKust urilve 111 HieMimcDvpot, Krup-tlonChilblains Corns, and all Kkiu Louisville nt 7:1) p. iii.,k1v1iiu thirty liiluutes and positively cures Piles, or no for supper befoieilepniliiroiif New Limited. pay required. It i iru iranteed to uive phis .1 p, in., arrlle Ml. H. I.eaie Jl perfect luttlftfurtluii, or money leiunileil I'mliiiali lllitl.l p. in., uirlie Liiiilnvllln 7 Wife 'Si ci'iiIh per Imix, For cule by .1. in riiim Pullman IliilleU Meeplnu (' y Grllllu& Urn. Ne III lean', leUsburi; nnil Jlemplils In I.iiiilxillle mIIIiiiiiI ..... ..,.. ,. .. . hanue. Arrive ('In-..- i Push in the small of tho back iudi- - Tllllllllllll3.f.V.'ll.J.-.ir."".l.l- ,...,. .... ... v. .. .., (iituiiiliM'iiMui cnliilltioii ol tluildveror, ... ! i.i., . ri. ...-I"" IvJilnw-H- , vvlui'liiiiuy lio I'lisily reiiiovcil '"'"""I""" by tlitvuee of Dr. .1. H. JIuIiCim'H Livt-schedule saves pawioiiuers several Win:! uml Kidney Ilnliii. 131 u buttlu. linursnf InikliieiiH time only a Night's Hide AltK YOU MADK llllMTilblo by III-- 1 ''tween Louisville and Memphis. IWien. Dizzinrrw, isers lenve Louisville 7 I. p.m.. rech ilieslioti, Coiihtljiitiition, Alipetltl', Yellow Skin? Hhlloli'H I'tH t.cxt innrnliiir, lenve Jlrmplus " '" r !' '"., nrilvo Louisville 7 n. in.; only W u poxitivt cure. Tor Nile by Wt'ovvly onoilny out with u wholuilny In Memphis, J V. I'oril. HKV. OKO. H. THAYHH, of Hcmiliun, Intl., huts: "Doth liiysolf and wife iivtb our Hv,h to SIIILOlfS Till! CUKi:." For wile 'by are and N I'lUtsoNH who lead u life of oiimMire O'i i pni-dan- of ctieful for nil who pur- ! the luxurlen or tho of Ufa. Wo can olotho you and luinlnh you with all the necessary and unnecessary appliances to ride, walk, danco, sleep, eat, fish, hunt, woik, ko to church, or stay at home, nnd In various stylos and quantities. Just figure out what Is required to do all theso things COMFORTABLY, and you can make a.lair estimate of tho valuo of tho I1UVEHB' GUIDE, which will be Bent upon receipt of 10 cents to pay postage MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. 111.114 If ichlEnn Avonuo, Chicago, IJL sls-e- CATARRH IN HeAD-g- TA A Cnn.iiL-t i?3tj el&ar piiriTi MPS; .Yo. 220 Fourth. Ire. Louisville, l'y. ill on tar5 W9 ' yB :tmriuM' liiun flc "STjitJi 'il v ,t I 1tr InapcrtecL l'lso's f'nre for 1h alio tho beat 0-ccd.s- 3Tiiiest GTrlrarairiEG! iplleBlnii. Ia72y "s.inileiiiiil Utile, fur ..f.Vl.iii.r.i.i.lil-. Cough Medicine. lAiiijr', a fiivv ilosoi nro nil you need. Hut If you tliln easy means of aaftity. tlio Hllght CoukIi may liucoiiio n norlotis a malter, anil Hovoral will lio requlreil. hot-tlo- PURELY VEGETABLi: COIV1POUNP Ojr Cafo nm.il Doclor. Ti vvitlioiit If you linvo n CoukIi ill('no of tlio j iieft. CHEAP EXCURSIONS. thoi-- and Hoaring. ,. nr Apanlrlalsnpiilleillnlntncliiinstrll nntl i.,in..tv lif.!,tlnns ovenllltHHiiliin,ntfeemlone arrnnccil, moiitlitycxcnrtloiis have nr i - the Cleanses tho Nasnl Passages. Allays Inllammation. Ilculstho Soros. Restores tho Bonsos of Tasto, Smell am f ruble, l'rlee Wlc. nt IlruKslaU hi Bieil. i:LrimOTIIUtS,roVtrrcnfct.,NeWVork. Is Ely's Cream Balm li NOW THEY ALL 4 A Safe ami Reliablo Remedy In all Cases. Medicine. Perfect Substituto lor Calomel. Urcatcst lleniedy of tlie tjje for Bilious Diseases. m ." ' I i.e. i I rr.m i ii )"t ilcUivc pr ' n i f tl livrnlia i n toil tlubtty wRiw alterative J'i'l sckat.ve il .! .1 .. t i' ai a rc fes il ! Jl'tH-tli'Y i I. I. '!., r. - mllillon let. $". M? k AND WAHT IT For It does such tieiintlfill vtorli. Sample Machine a Factory Price. EVERY MACHINE WABP.iHTED TOR 5 YEAES. M .3 I (jjd. 1 T lliuulaginivulll titi-- i V&Cr iV&WAVi.v l.lll I 'il J it-a- O d TCI I 1J Nl r ' "i icie. J?!. ra vC. pcIiitslnD.il.' trin. !:.!.. ,!, mm.ilTickets to ill! clns nnd nooil or fir t jml Mlnnehota. :m I davi. Por mnr nnd JurtUer partlculiun aiv .i...d .. ii wiiimI'v. MINN'7"h.li A Ueuernl PiiKsenecr Ae!ut, M. lain, iiiun. jfl Agents Wantcil jnOnoccnpicil Territory. CO, 1 r 1 iTiffiT vmat C. 1'. Simnonl, M. Louis, Pri p'l M. A. ' iminun Liv. x Meilicine, Lbl' I 111 VIC U. Si lolltl OkltAIS j. eiliti.Pruji'r A.tl.bimmons I.iv- J er Jtcif il itor, .t'J 'y 7. elllli IW. M. A. h. I.. M, h for J7 Mars :!.'. r '1 e ri I InuidLkTIOV. luiiui.ni..'. llYSI'l lilA.SuK HxADACIIK,I.OkT Ai'i-Ei- i hioMACii, I:tc, rs, hui'R liev I II. Iteinis. I'jilor.M. K. C fcC liurcli, Ail una, 'lellll., writes; "l .,.1 i:un 1 bhoiMiuie Lien ueuJ uut V ! i iiuir (icnulne M, A. iun. I liavu miiii l.iierliuicine. had to substitute urin " eilli.'e ituft" fervour Meill r,c I I rmv, but it don't answir tho jmrpnsi." ir j. it. urnves, j.auor 4tt t.VA 'tut. Minn his. Punn. lavs! JDNE MlfflMG DELVIDEfJE, ILL. &mti : vtmm iti uuir. dmi wfttcls la tM worlj. ncikir.oiDwiTcn flIOOno Millar Mn 4olU fJo ii iim I'r FREE I Llcat llolh lJlt Miitii iMlfilUllMS IIUDtlllK &J tnACUl8cDt. aoJ I DU of woiki And FLIt-NO- nM. rt ?KP' rauu--c- u ' 'vi V' MEDICINE CO., LAKE CHARLES, LA. It bai been mcil w'lh not wonderful cITut tn Coldi, Bilious Colic, Cholera, Bllieus Fever, Malaria rovers. Piarriwa, Central Debility. iv Rheumatism, Loss of Appetite, Headache, &c. Msnufjciiin 1 inly by dm Medicine Co., I.sVe Charles, La. S..KI In -Hi" iiitilicin.cmii.iesn .5C. sn I soe. f kV if iW alliwllnisiiiiiagmii. It slmulil U stpt Incieiy fmiily, thin cno csnt per nfii:e dose PACKAQ15 en.l a . cent itamp to Tui a PIIUK TRIAL Vrt A VSjV l5-- . V.k k . lv ? mpr UVEtt REGULATOR Tho Original Wins. SCOTT'S . CI fi , LOW T0IIB1ST DATES. round t For ? 17.150 a t . pr. (tooiilorUOila), ki obtained iromM. mul 10 liruut J'ai tann. tb romlnj m'liiiiinciuriiin centre btop-iVc- r ltowUtU!trxltbl? a?iwtr wt want on p too la ch itxtlltr. la kp la ilow t fclr fcmM,uvtry nnful thft ha Uf foaifUtiiImiIo imiihtiiwi." HAMi'l.fc. vktuUDd n 1 rwr jaw u tb wtlcli.w TtMt . MiarUMt wtll Imma fur IS moiillll tt w.- tnJ tlOWD tbaOl iK.ix in wmiv I'ltl.i: W ii itfs MM J Ht-.-- EMULSUN OF PURE COD LIVER OIL I 'ti . I1 ,, a, 01 l t .11 Wash-ihutn- s, hwd So Almost as Palatablo as Milk. HYPOPHOSPHITES 'l r "' "' ....,. ... -- ....' ... dlsanUsd that it can lio taken, llge.ifU, sinrl Mslnillatea I uy Plain oil lie l.lisltlvetoeslomacli, when toy tho rom- tolernted; nnd liyiiophos- annot oil with I lie blnatlon of tliemore phltee Is matn emc:"". """" Bcmirkable ORaFUUA. CONSUMPTION, .vinii.' oi UMAM lS,tnnntM ucrcs (if viitioiijust i inn iinu .ii Kind GENERAL DEBILITY WA8TIH0 p.n iii p.v t UU WyiMi iiriiiil Inr DISEASES, EMACIATION, KnllK, Kl. Ilontoii, An- COLDS and CHRONIC COUCHS. Hliinlhnltioiniil ilrvnt nl lllasnu', rnnsl.tlliKMir) rli-, Leave McmphU S p. in., And Tht qrtal utnuly for (inntumpUan, ana ,.iliir!.l ntlll f.illil illalrkts. ul'ialllK 'Hu Riri; lii'niluclio is tlio bane of ninny urrlve Louisville 7 a. m., and return Hint Wastinj in Children. Sold by all DruuglsU. liuiilKiif tliovpir liluhiMt iimllty. hi'ii- - up. nic poituiiltlvH for iiinlilng iiiniipv - iilKlit.teaehliu: Memphis tho next morning, livi'H. To I'tiro nml nruvent thin nuiioyIn tli I'nllnl Krciitcr limn niiywlioirllli; complaint liw )t, .J. 11. McLean's Willi a wlinle day In Louisville and only a ihlnU-s- . TIiIn Is lliu llmo lu u nml mcuic, ftilllo LiivrTiilitl Kidlioy l'illetn. Thuyjilay outof Memplils. vnnr liicatliin. Pur ami ifiiriiiiitloii,iulilreH,l'.rat. Vtnim, or ntlior In Dully Coiiilci-.Joitiiii- il II.WAiiiik.v.CIi'H.Piiks, ii. w. rui.i.iut, hid Iciui'iililo tn taku ami gentle in tbeir Aisenl.r". P., M.AM, lly., HI. 1'nnl, Minn, lOlllill (lenernl I'noencer Auent. lli'ralil one jciir lor $11.00. llftiiill. i!i I'l'lllH vial. if return-Vitnliz11111 Mttl.-im-iiiit-a- r l'trscns gala rapidly while taking It. RflfYPT'H EMULSION is acknowledged bj Physicians to bo tho Finest nnd Bust preparation In tho world for tbo relief and euro ol u Kl t A Mcilh-lnc- , and h uicd lialloHU jA X Itnoiksli ke n charm. I want no B better LI ir Iticulator una 111 u to Jtoli--ia V ealnt Paul ft" ?'."," indietur i.w.l jiHi a s,i I il, Hlinllnrw 4 is n.o ltictloimbv J east and aonth. Itnle coireipomMngly ei low will bo named to points In Minnesota uml or upon Puijt hound nnd the Piwiflo Coast. For lurtlrr 'artlcula.i address II. . Tuptier, Wstrlct I'nisen er Afiit, Wl Fouili , or C. It. WAnaui, Clark: Btn'Ct, Chlcuco, nortlient K ''"'.,. 'A Only tli r.u "" l'i-kot- m. itr'iiii m. tfUf oor itrntUt hf Uu In lor it It (or a roootb or two wt wostllr gttfroni 8KMIO wHCUOOId rt4froni tb t?tf nmrandiBC coanlrr. Thli.tba mot wondtrful offr ooe Dow.lt mtdt la ordtr II tt our m Ut intj oltet tt vbr tbr cts Uftn.ttloTrr Jtmtrlr?. Writ tt owt, tnJl It will babtrdljtfij tronlla BUkthrartoftbacbtnra, Ltttltr fctr nu to ibow tbt Pttnplct lu tbott whomiy rtll tl roar bom a4 roar rtwtrd wlllbo moil ttlUftctorr. Apntttlrtriloa vbWh to wrtltut erttl bvt 1 ctnt tn I tfttr joalnow til, If ro Hut II da not ttrt to ro rurtfatr, wb)r no btrm It dnt I!IS ont fouda of tbo toad roar tidriit tt onet, ycrn et d toruro I II boat olid told wttehM In tht world t odour Itrto lint of til tipffitt, frtljcht, tto. NAHIM I.H. W CUITLY m Wit IW I VMiMiaf, IWMABTlJlUUfl tothoMwbom7tTtclUl,lhf tfomayourttwotropmn Uiil JliMt onr, nnciiH II la pMiltl W . wns.i lULIlwitttiiDHOHl l mpUifri-t- . tt tht bowiafor The Hartsfeld Smoltins and Reining Co. OH ueps Kslaa tjaaxmsk 111 pt ltt aJna V susfaauaal OP ICCCIVCU Qeneral PasBcnsor Atfiiit, h',. Paul, Minn. ie taluly na ot Zctllu's mixture. ft flesh prodoctr. 1 I, llist, nulesl Plw's Itemeily for Cutnrrh Is II10 10 use, aim uihuijihu ' txlQWlOlACREAM mj'e i" .fi 1 Hold hy ilniCTlsts or sent by mall. &U, 11 T, JUMllliie, VVurrcn, Pu. - . . ' I 'il'' ... - A few applications will rentier Ihe ' most ttuliliornly rc-i-l nkin noft, uniooth and STOPPED FREE 1 white. Viola Cream ia not n paint or V itart .low Svt,lt. Tnisss rersoni Kettortd. powilcrtocovcr defects, but a remcily to cure. Dr. KMNB'S HHKAT v Bl It la superior to all other preparations, nnd NERVE nE3TOnEH is Kiiaranteed to Wta ntt niilV k MlS.B llllSAIIt. Rle satisfaction. At ilrnfj-cis- ts it, fil!r, " for Km AJtCo'i, fiurt or mailed for fiO cents. 1'rcparcd by If HI". dlr.ti.d. Sio i' llsrAIUILS "' 4S0 IrUI llril Uavl M 1r..llt ."4 ..--- -Utll. fr. 1. Gr. ... 11 VII I.ihb.. t." TOLIiOOt OHIO. Im.i.J b.u .ft.... ilIV l .O'I (lirr. ..rtr... ,' of ' ' TBnn.j id n. KLinr. ai.ii.m. Sold by Tliomns & Kirutiloy, Hnrtford. plon, rvt fTTBmrnmTrtB . ioa. v.Tl .ui H Dlack-Hoad- w$L& fTHIS prPiiaration.wlthout-Inltirv.remnvrsProclrr ......,,,.--..-. -Livor-Moio- v. -- - Gold and Silver Bullion, Concentrates, Cryolite, Auriferous & Argentiferous Lead & Copper Ores, Jewelers' Sweeping, Dross, Refuse of While Lead, Paint Dripping, &c. CHEMICALLY PURE ALUMINUM jUwiij-- on iluiiil. as 1,111 . inrA I - Tan. Sunburn and i'lm- ASSAYING & ANALYTICAL WORK In 'VU Jlnmolii'H. uliuih.u- i1 111. 3 O. BITTNEU CO., 'iu FiimQ ai? DmwTiwa llu IllilliO Ml I l IDoxlo a-- t fclfcLe THCenrald. Office. V 11