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HARTFORD, KY., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1898. WORLD'S END IS NIGH. NO. 40 t L i:i of marriage to her as Otto Simon, and Spanish long beforo any Englishspcak ogy of Sorfptnro, Ho poea into this at It grows better somo years than it does CAR-LOA- D Royal asakta the food para, OF WIVES. after getting her $400 had shown her Ing person beard of thorn. You may sow wheat full of Ho others. length to clinch tho ttitemont. wboleaoma and dalkloaa. "Capstan" is of Spanish invention, with consummate politeness to tho ele- ending of oil smnt. You will find however the smut bases tho ptophcoy of tho vatiil tfntfnn nnd ilrrmnnil mil- nf hnr , from "oabestran," . and . . ..,.,-,is In QUEER MATRIMONIAL CAREER ,.w. SO SAY8 PROF. TOTTEN, A NOTED thlngH next March largely upon tho will appear next year if tho disease sight forever along with her 8400. But "caravel," "flotilla," "armada" and parablo of tho housoboldor who sont tho tho wheat, Againlwheat passing through OF CARL HECKINO. "galleon" need no introduction. Even INVENTOR AND SAVANT. sho escaped marrying him. laborers li t bin vineyard at thn cliffor-o- a threshing machine after smnt wheat, tho word "mariner" is of Spanish nationWIFE NO. SEVEN AONBB HEINEMAN. hours ( Matthew xx.) and paid oaoh Is liable to oomo in contact with tbo liases a penny Irrcflpietlvo of tho time ho germ and become diseased und produoo Glories In Eighty Courtships and "Agnes Heineman was another capy ality, tho original being "marlnero." Next March the Date Set "Quinlno" (Spanish "quina")was disone," began Hecklng, but stopped, for labored. Tho hours spoken of by Jesus smut next harvest. Half as Many Marriages His Prophecy on Bible and whilo ho has beon convicted for somo of covered by tbe countess of Ginobon, For this reason and many others, uso according to Captain Totten, each are, bis other matrimonial ventures, of this vice queen of Peru, in 1031. "Cocaine" He's a Gay Old Duck. lft) years aud a fraction long, There bluostono. We havo never beard of a Mathematics. one ho Is atlll innocent In tho eyes of Is from the Spanish "coca," that mar wore 12 hoars altogether. A calculation single person who used bluestone and the law. veloas plant of the Andes which Is food, fraction 1,830 raised smutty wheat afterward. Not makes 12 by 53 iiiinavn UK canmt iii:mlst.ki:n. years nnd bringsand tho tho year of tho every thing that Is not understood in A HKCII'K TO WIN WOMAN'S LOVJf. "Thero aro ecorcs of othor women who driuk and lodging to the Indians of us to have been victimized," said tho Serge- Peru and Bolivia. "Jalap" comes from This was tho end of tho fall is foolishness. In 1801 to 1805, world 5, 827 J. New York World. IClikiK'o Chronicle.) was worso than now and bluefetono woman la to ant, "but they won't como forward. I "jalapa" and "sarsaparilla" Is another says, and If smut "All you Imvo to do to win a POWDER 'Prcraro yo for tho second coming of twelfth hour, tho prophet women hero debt wo owe to tho Spanish vernacular, j THE EXCELLENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGS completely drovo it out of tho country tell lirr the la beautiful, then te.ll her you know of lots of wtll'to-dChrist; tuo twollth hour is nbout to ouo generation that is, tho generation Ataolutdtyrura) love her,anrt ahe'll give youharhnml right in Newark from whom Hecklng has ob"Pickaninny," tho common word for shall not pass away' bo added, and since its return let every one adopt away. "that la duo not ouly to tho originality mid strike." lleckfng'a recipe for tained money under promise of marry- negro baby, Is from "plqulnine," which single year and winning Illeamlat aimpltclty of tho combination, but nl&o a wlfv. Charles A. L. Tottcn, West wo have tho year of tho world 5,807, or ttits method for bat a ing them." is what tho Cuban calls it. Oar word to tho caro and skill with which It U "Who bo is wise smat will bo a thing of the past. equall- March, 1800, A. D. Here is tbo only man who ever mathematician, writor, icvenmanufactured by scientific processes Pointer, "That's right," chipped in tbo irre- "negro" was tikcn direotly from the aom iamm pooia co., m to. ed tho record of Brlgham Young Carl tor and tavant. ears tho human wcoiwiu Ponucr mesa things," adds this Eggs From Milk. known to tho Caufomnia. Kio SvRur mathematical seer, ''When human cal Hecklng. of Newark. Tho late Mr. pressible Lothario. "Why, there's one Spanish "negro" meaning black, and Co- - only, and we wlah to Improsa upon stands upon "an ominous threshold and t (Elgin (111.) Cor. Chicago Record. woman fn New York from whom I got a that common Ethiopian nickname, .. all thu linportancu of purchasing tho that March next will witness the bccodu culations fnll, they do bo because of oar Eggs mado from milk may bo among Young was popularly credited with hat- cool 82,500. After that I was arrested "Sambo," is from the Oastllllan "2am-bo,- " THE SOLDIER'S WIFE. truo aud original remedy. As tho advent of tuo Lord, which to ordinary inability to catch tho smaller fish which the possibilities. Manager Bowers, of ing had ono hundred wives. The very on another case, forget which, and did meaning bowlegged, "Mulatto" I genuine Syrup of Figs Is manufactured intellect?, means tho end of the world. pass through tbo meshes of tho mind. the Union Creamery hero, says not mnoh alive Mr. Hecklng owns up to my time. Now I'm friends with her and and "quadron" aro of tho samo parcen-tagELLIOTT PLOWBR. by tho Caufoknia Tin Smut Co. tho fnllncAS of truth," he continues, If wo aro ablo to catch 153 great fishes, only this, bat that the process is now an eighty love affairs, with marriago as a I call on her about twice a week. Say, only, a knowledge of thnt fact will In (Johnxxi., 11) tho draught is ominous accomplished fact. He has been exper- result of a majority of them. He was haphazard, it's great! Only about one woman In Uf offered himself for the land he lorcd, assUt ono In nvoldlng tho worthless "it means ttio end of man's mako ua fecl lh nearness of Thinks Andree Perished. imenting for some time, and tho women arrested yesterday in Newark and locked ten has made trouble for me. But what ahall we say of her? lmltntlous manufactured by other par-tlc- i. irresponsible methods nnd system. Tho UUKU otT mortal Ono 3rho80 advent vie expect, although, who lived In tho vicinity of the creamery up at police headquarters awaiting requiChicago Record.) Special Ccrllu Cor. He gate to hla country a aoldier'a life; 'iron crowo'will bo knocked Tho high tandlug of the "Don't forgot to say that I'm just like liko tho apostles, wo may not dare ask from Now York on charges of bigAdmiralty Councilor Koldowey, one 'Twaa dearer by far to the aoldlera wife Fio tivitm Co. with the medi- brows und .with an 'iron rod' immortal have beon experimenting with his pro- sition to hart All honor It fa concerning duct, which they call artificial eggs. amy and obtaining money under false Brlgham Young!" cried Hecklng, when of tbe best informed men In Germany cal profofiflWm, and the satisfaction bands will tbencffottli direct such him 'Who ait thou? he was led away to his cell. wldch tho genuine Syrup of Figs lias human iftdrB as may turvivo the crista. these things wo conjuro our raoo to They have need it iu making cake, and pretenses. on all matters touching Arctic explora- He went to the war while hU blood was hot, great old "He But what ahall we aay of her? fflTen to millions of families, makes "Oh, yes," bo laughed, when Detec- old manwas a cell door boy!" yelled the tion, granted me an Interview bo nut plain, God help the Bag-lie- h think, for never in tho history of man agree that tho product Is a success. as the clanked on him. himself through the battle'a flame He aaw tho name of tho Company a guaranty If this atood Adam'fl posterity upon so dread tive Sergt. Christie took him in charge, regarding tbo probablo whereabouts of A hero'a for undcretandin." Mr. Bowers doesn't make reward on the icroll of fame; "Ho" but the rest of it was lost, of the excellence of Its remedy. It is fol a threshold." "I'm a married man." Captain Charles A. L. Totten, who What honor Is due to heT? eggs. His product is a powder which Heoking usually met bis fiancees In Prof. Andree and tho possibility of bis far In advance of nil other laxatives, WHAT TUB TEXT SHOWS. "How many wives have you got?" attempt to reach tbe He offered as It nets on tho kidneys, liver and predicts tho sccoud advent of Cbriet in looks like an egg's yolk. Milk is treattho same way by tbo Insertion of an retaratng from bis hlmielf. but hia wife did more. A referenco to tho chapter and verso bowels without irritating or weaken- tho year 1809, Is called by tho world a to her! All honor ed to a secret process, and Is then asked the detective. place at pole. Koldewoy says that Andree's unof St. John named will show that when replied advertisement. He bad a small "About eighty or thereabout' ing them, and it does not gripe nor drcamer,amauoUlQo batinoho lino of For dearer than life waa that gin she gate ground, making the powder. No. 00 Academy street, where he used dertaking was thoroughly glf Ins would die to nausea U In order to get Its beneficial mladfreoted-intell- ect Yet as a matter Hlmon Telor drew tho net to tho land this substitute for tho prisoner. "At least I mado love to to take his various victims. There he'd The explorer's calculation that bis bal- In Whatthe life shedue to her? iavc; honor Is effects, please remember the name of ol fact Captain Totten is ono of the few at tho Savior's .command thero wero 153 Two cakes in which Springfield egg was used took the blue ribbon at that many. Say, see that explain that bo only needed a little loon woald float 30 days, with a dally tho Company wouldAfter saying that in tho loss of 51 cubio motors of gas, was pure- lie gayp up hla life for hla country's call. men whoeo prophecies, wild as they ap- fish in It. the Boono County Fair, It is claimed avenue trolley car? Well, there monoy to embark In a prosperous busiBut what shall we say of her? CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. ly theoretical, he declares. Practically nndapproacb-o- d householder parablo each honr men tho substitute oostsin the ratio of less n't be room for the conductor and pear, are studied carefully ness, and after getting it he'd promptly He offered himself as a sacrifice, tloncd Is 1C:1 years and a fraotion long, than ono half cent an egg if all my wives were aboard," AN riUNCIitCO, It has been demonstrated timoand again Dut she is the one who pays the price; with respect by tho ecleotiilo men of erf .NUV YOHU.N.T. Captian Toltcn eays that Lot'IftVlLUC Uf. Hecklng has been in matrimonial disappear. to similar All honor we owe to her. tho ago. Tbey aro road and studied It was there that he was caught yes- that a balloon of can withdimensions be was up at tho presentation Coughed 25 Years. troubles many times before. He is lock- terday. dlffloalty that of Andree's perhaps not with any shade of belief in the first honr of Christ in tho temple; that PROrKHBWNAh VAHDS. floated for 24 boars in tbe face of strong Right and Last I suffered for 35 years with a oough, ed up owing to charges made by Miss thim, but bcoaupo of the depth of the m . .. wi -. j Atlanta Constitution. bead winds. Koldewey rays that the of tho had passed at tho crnifixion, and that and spent hundreds of doljars with doe-to- Agnes Heineman, of No. 201 East SeventMarried Fifty Women. research which they display and dnring tho remainder the Hew Testa street. She made affidavit A farmer who had lost a son In the and for medicine to no avail until I y-eighth chances are, taking into consideration (Buffalo telegram to tbe New York World. W. H. methcmatlcal mind, analytical almost This is tho first used Dr. Bell's This beforo Magistrate Mott that on Sept. 0 Charles W. Woodruff, who Is under tbo meteorological conditions that ob- war, employed the village poet to write of whioh they clve ment was written. bojond precedent, hoar of tho parable in which "the remedy makes weak lungs strong. It tho gay Lothario married her and disap- arrest here, is said to have married more tained at the timo of Andree's departure, an obituary, which ran as follows: evidence. Totlen's namo is respected householder went out to hire laborers has saved my life J. B. Itosoll, Grants-burgfJl- l. peared next day with tbo $500 she had than fifty womoa einco 1883. Tbe police that his balloon cannot have made more "lie for his country fit and fout HARTFORD, KY. Europe. all over Until death blowed hit candll out." The Savior pasets into his vineyard." tf drawn from her savings bank to add to have found four Buffalo women with than 800 to 500 miles without losing its practice hit profraalon In all the tjiih AitfiLLnitY orncuit "That won't do," said the bereaved WII.U of Ohio anil Adjoining couutlea and over tho second honr without mention her new husband's capital. So a war- whom he went through the ceremony of buoyancy. After that, ho believes, It Court of Appeal. Special attention given to Bases his predictloas on thu Bible and An Eccentric Character. ing it, bat thu third sees tho houserant was issued and the quarry was marriage, bat none of them will consent must havo sunk upon the big polar des parent, "kaze tbey don't use candles collection!. Office neat door to Hrtl Front, Homo havo said that mathematics. now. Tako another whirl at it." GUflROtT Times. J holder going oat and hiring xnoro up yesterday. against him, prob"fatten makes a Hi bio of his calculus." workmen. Captain Totten Hies each Mr. Joo Beynolds, a brother of the rounded hol"oxo!aimed Miss Heine-ma- n to appear pollco seek so ho is held ert In pack ice,where the explorers mainThe poet squared bis jaw? and pres-- A.. O. "That's whilo tho for further evi- ably found it quite impossible to Ilo made a prophecy seven years ago ently produced tho following: hoar as tho time of some historical late Messrs. Meredith and Monroe Beywhen sho saw Portrait No. 700 in dence. tain themselves and where communicaLaxv, and said that jutt bofuro tho end thoro event of immense Intercut to Christian nolds, of this place, died at his homo in "He fit and fought with gun and knife, the Newark Rogues' Gallery. o la now years old. tion with others was quite out of the Woodruff would be military era. Tho Till death blowed out the gas of life. Hartford, Kontucky. American awar, ho now says, isSpanish ity. Uo eaye. "Tho third hour, 3x163, tho Slick Rock country last Wednesday And the polioe knew all. Hecklng Ho got tho marrying habit shortly after qaestion. He thinks it altogether liketho ful'That's better now," exclaimed the equals V)0t tho year Home told Britain night. Mr. lteynolds was a most eccen- was at It again, though he had "done "WritX practice hla profraln In Ohio and nd-joining counllra and Court of fillment ol the prediction. There was a to care for herself." Tho Saxons and tric character, although a man of the tlmo" often before for tbo same offenso the death of his first wife, in Wellsville, ly that Andree and bis party have per- farmer; "I'vo blowed out the gas my prac Ice and collections a pectalty. Criminal in 1835. Ho was thcu a ished long ago. strong hint in tho foretelling that au self many a time." making love to women and then mak- man of some means. Goths wcro converted when the fonrth strictest integrity. It la said that be AnglO'Suxun people would bo arrayed embrac- ing off with their hard won savings,even Program IB. hear struck. la tho parable tho Savior had a trunk fall of fine clothes Ho came to Buffalo In 1880, and, preagainst another race in war. Behold skips two hours and Captain Totton ing broadcloth suits, etc. which he If bo had to marry them to get it. tending to bo a theatrical manager,mar-rie- d of Rosine Magisterial District Teachers' fulfillment tho second! Russia nndEng says it Is no wonder that ho did so, for took a good deal of prido la showing, years old. Carl Hecklng is sixty-sian actress named Kent. Six days Association to beheld at Horse Branob, laud aro to dispute and perhupsgo to times taken up by these hours (years) bat scorned to wear, the clothes he wore Ho is fat. Ho dresses exqnisitoly. Ho jadL later, at a leading Buffalo hotel, ho mar- Oct. 15, 1899: Devotional exercises, W. Lo! question. war ovor tbo Eastern exceeding ovil. At the sixth hoar, being of tho plainest material. Tho wears aatin-line- d HARTFORD, KY. overcoats and red cra- ried the daughter of a Buffalo broker. O. Stewart. Address of welcome, J. H. Will wcro in part, tho thirdt perVKCIAI. attention Rlrn In collection! end fuiailment, when tho honseholder brought in more batter ho sold he carried to market on vats, no likes only ylang-ylanOa tbo next day he married a widow Lcacb. Response, A. D. Park. all klnda burteylnn, tnakin auairacia. c. folilllment tho fourth come with tho Yon with five children. His next wedding Office power of the mind, J.H.Leach. laborers, 'Alfred the Great translated the paddle used in making it, and, fume and silk handkerchiefs. Alio Notary I'utilk for Ohio county. second advent? north tide of public t.arc tho Biblo into oar own tongao. Tho many years ago, having lost tho purcha- woald nover guess ho was a day over took place in Dunkirk. To escape tbo Bepresentatlvo power of the mind, A. Those who have Rheumatism find se-money Tolton tays of himBelf, his prophecy Norsemen were of a cow by allowing a forty-fivconsequences be entered the army, bat M. Johnston. Intuition, R. A. Byers. themselves growing steadily worst all and his work: l(I am a Cri&tian and am trader to drive her off to weigh her, he M. L. HEAVRIN, the while. One reason of this Is that CONVERTED TO CHRISTIANITY To begin with, Hecklng has a wife a Best method of teaohlng primary readorthodox on tho apostolic basis. I havo And in later years came into England woald never afterward sell his itock by respectable woman who earns her living soon deserted, and slnoo then has mar- ing, Mrs. Mary White. District library, the remedies prescribed by the doctors ried women in all parts of America. contain mercury and potash, which ulstudied tho Bible with searching scruoff their In Newark as a dressmaker. The Sav- weight, bat always guessed and rounded out onr race." In his trunk were found more than J. A. Duff. Recitation, A. M. Acton. timately Intensify the disease by causHARTFORD,' KENTUCKY. tiny. Bcforothe bar of whatever mathe- ior, the military prophet believes, did weight before thoy left his farm. He is Bat let him tell his own story. 3,000 letters, from a hundred women, Noon. Select reading, Miaa Berta John- ing the joints to swell and stiffen, logical ability I pobsos, I said to havo been possessed of a good aching therourt matical and "I only marry 'em," he explained by half of whom signed tbemsolves as bis ston. Composition, why teach it, Miss groduclng a severe curing of tho bones. fIU. practice hi profeMlon In all and Couit have weighed, measured and numbered rijht in passing over tho seventh and deal of money, and, as be was not a bebeen Rheumatism of Ohio and adolnliiK conutlea way of introduction, "when I can't get wife. Ho Is credited with six wives in Mattlo Robortson. Language lessons, eight hourr, the time of tho "dismal io wuwwm. ofAppeala. atienuou for twenty years even the worst much of its historical prophetical middle age?." The ninth hour is tolled liever In banks, many of his neighbors their money any other way!" MlssDeeTanstall. Essay, J. H. Msgan. which seemed almost incurable. oases St. Louis. chronology, and Hod it to bo without off and Wyckliffo, tho morning star, are of the opinion that a great deal of And then bo began. One of his Buffalo wives was taken to History of education in Kentucky, H. Capt.O.X. HoRha,th popUr railroad . 12. unposfiiblo iUw, It is a perfect and stuKnox, Hum and Jerome of Praguo,hear his wealth is bidden in hollow logs, WIFE NO. ONE CIXniSTINA BECK. look at him The woman Is now O. Crowder, N. B. White. Alcohol, its conductor, of Columbia, 8. 0., had an asMri-iie- a pendous system; a ooneccutlvo ono, and its tones. The English reformation! is der rocks and around his boose and will "Christina Beok was only a servant happily married, and her husband Is use and abuses, J. E. Miller, J. D, Oli- iDfciwith KhtumatUm whlcti oonTliioad aim LAW itJ cvoluton cannot havo beon other mera la ouif one dawning. At the close of this honr wo never bo found. He was a most curious girl," explained Hecklng, with a smirk, ver. Cube root, bow to explain It, A. D. care for that palntul dl a HARTFORD. KY. lie aay : "I cai. sufferer afrom waa than supernatural. Tho year 1899 character, bat thoroughly bonist, nnd "but she had somo money. I married Had Luther, Tyndall and Melauethou. "He's the man I married," tho woman Park. Seleot reading, A. M. Acton. treat Rat umatlam for 11711.1. l'RACTICK hla profeaalou In Ohio and nobody bat him- her. Then I left her. How mach was is tho end of the ago and Nothing is heard of tho tenth hoar in his ecoentricities hart " adjoining- coanllca Special attentlou siren March. 1800 Recitation, Miss Dee Tan it all. Miscelsaid. two years. I could ael to all builncai cnlruated tu hla care. Office with tho beginning of tho millennium, that no permanent relief KaVCVa tho Savior's prophetic parable and "it self. it, sergeant?" be asked of Sergeant County Attorney. Woodruff looked at her Inquiringly. laneous, Adjournment. from any medicine pre is, of tho seventh, or Sabbatic, thou- was well left unmentloned, for it was acrlbed 6 my phyi lclaa. A. M, Acton, Oh'm'n Com. After meals yon should have simply a Christie, with a laugh. "Are you sure about that?" he asked. I took about a dosea botsand years." "Eighteen months," said the sergeant, ago of backslidors." eleventh feeling of comfort and satisfaction. Yon The the "Yes, I'm sure," tho woman answered. tles of jour S. S. 8.1 and his Airniortmr for it. He Was Convinced. now I am aa well aax BBBBBBBBBBBBBVJBBBBBH boar brought honest laborers into tbo not feel any special indications referring to Hecking's sentence. Heck"Well, I woald never havo known ever was lnmy life lam Captain Totten submits an vluevard, "an tho pilgrims and tho pur should LAW Then soys bore in the sure that your medicine Mrs. Hayricks-'I-t is going on. If yon do, lng had run off with all the poor girl's you,"heEaId. that digestion would ''ominous exegesis or chronological itaos prove" to all readers of history, you havo indigestion, which means HARTFORD, KY. paper, Silas, that this war has served to cured me. andia1anr one 'BBBWCBBWranuusvarv. savings the day after he married her, recommend It I'RACTICU hli profeaalou In all the sermon upon a text which deeply conbring tho people of oar ooantry closer suffering from aay blood diseasa." and at the eleventh honr was given tu Lung: Irritation This may be the beginning though already he bad a wife living at courta of Ohio and adjoining couutlea. buaiuew en. together. Do you think there e any. Everybody knows that Rheumatism 6trlcl attention will I glen to all and crlmlual cerned all former generations of Chrisworld tho Bible of King James. of so many dangerous diseases, that it No. 270 Broad street, Newark. Is the foreranner to consumption. Dr. Uutr4 to hit care. Collections atalra.ucat to tians." Ho declares that Christ's wordB tho up truth in it? la a diseased state of the blood, and Captain Totten says that the happening is best to take it in hand at onoe and practice a apecUlty. Office "It's easy onoagb," explained the Bell's will oare it, and Urltlln'ailrueatore. as given in Luko xxi., 82, "Verily I say of these things so vital to the world and Mr. Hayricks Yes. When I looked only a blood remedy is the only propar Brlgham YouDg, "tbey just give such strength to tbe lungs that a treat it with Shaker Digestivo Cordial. treatment, but a remedy containing not pass unto you, this generation-shalto Christiana at the exact periods of the you know that indigestion makes advertised for husbauda and I answer cough or cold will not settle there, 25 Into the parlor lot night Lieut. Strip- potash and mercury only aggravate away nntil all bo fulfilled," has. beon hoars, is a stubborn fact that ridiculo For good the trouble. e, lings aud our Annie was settin' a l, poison, which causes pain and sickness. ed. I got tbo tip from reading about a cents at all good druggists. tf deal closer together than "Ho declares "this" cannot shake, mistranBlaled. I ever seen And that Shaker Digestivo Cordial helps dootor in Orango who did It and gots should bo "that" and tho promise of 'em afore be went away. Bayard Dead. "Xho twelfth honr has struck; now it digestion and cares indigestion. Shak- lots of money." HARTFORD, KY. tho Savior refers to tho far futnro. Is eventide and a far more striking paraAnd so ho served his term only to Dediiam, Mass., Sept. 23 Thomas F. does this by ait in it i. nrftrtlM ha DTOiruton incounties The Eagle, King of All Birds, That" generation is tho one now on blo oonccrns this generation. It means er Digestive Cordial t 4 o'clock this Bayurd died at courta uf Ohio and adjoining the digestive materials in which como ont and do It again, is noted for its keen sight, clear and dis- being Purely Vegetable, goes direct to nurui earth and whioh will viow tho end next tho second advent. Tho years from carefully anu promptly Col eclloui also WIFE NO. TWO SOmiA OltAMKLSPACIIIin. afternoon after an illoesv of six weeks. & Co., Market btreet. per Office with T. I. cause of the spring. Tho Captain says that hittory 18U3 to 1699 aro loaded with tho besom the sick stomach is wanting. It "I told Sophia Gramelspaoher I was His death was without pain. The re-- . tinct vision. So are those persons who tho very cure always disease and a tho is results. manent tones up and atrengthens the digestive use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve for only blood remedy guaranteed Itto conbin no parallel to tho generation of of Jehovah's judgment. said Becking. Verily tho organs and makes them perfectly August Brebling," "I mains will be oonveyed to Delawaro for R. weak eyes, ttyes, soro eyes of aay kind tain no potash, mercury or other dan of which tho prosout is tho final year, sword now bangs abovo us by I got healthy. This is the rationalo of its married her. Eighty-secon- $300. She lived at interment. Faneral services will be or granulated lids. Sold by all dealers gerous minerals. dnplioato to "nor havo tho centuries a street. I held Saturday in the old Swedish church No. 840 East THREAD." TIIR LAST VNHAVHL1NO method of care, as the doctors would Books mailed free by Swift Specula the ono now so near ltd wano." tf at 25 oent. It Is necessary, in order to get tho price 10 cents got away all right. Alderman Flynn at Wilmington. HARTFORDiKY. Company, Atlanta, Georgia. All of this modern propbot'a mathe- exact basis of Captain Totten's predic say. Sold by druggists, married us In New York. Say, I'm a and In Ohio Ready for a New Deal. Thomas Francis Bayard was the son to 81.00 per bottle. 11TILL practice hla profeatlon attentlou gU- - matical caloulatioins ore not exactly VV adjolnl Inffcountlea. bpeclal winner. She wouldn't press the charge." of James A. Bayard and was born in (Chicago Tribune, J tions, to read the ecriptaral references en to collections. Alio notary puwic. um olear to a layman's mind, thongh the carefully. When St. rotor drew tbo Llpplncott's Magazine for October, Wilmington, Del., October 29, 1823. WIFB NO. TUnSK UETA IJOIILES. WaiUr How did yon wanC those u Commercial noici. shows them to bo students say study 1898. "When I mtt Mela Bobles," oontin- He was admitted to the bar in 1851 and eggs, sir? 153 fishes to laud, tho Lord was present. nbsolutely,and in this instanco stortlieg-l- y One. t (who has been waiting filleen It was alter the oruoiilxion and resur- Tho completo novel in tho October ned Heoking, cheerily, "I was Albert was appointed United States district ataccurate. A misprint may account art issuo of Lippinoott's is "Confessions cf Mueller. She bad $500. Sho wanted torney for Delaware. In 1809 ho bocsme minutes for them) I don't want those says rection andnnouo dared say, "Who for a seeming inaccuracy. Tottou by Captain F. A to get married, and as I couldn't get the United Statos Sonator from his native 'eggs at all now; bring mo somo later thou?" It is to this faot and to the an SUFFERING. that each generation Is threo sooro and It is a rattling tale of tbo money any other way, I had to marry State, was in 1875 and 1881, ones. of the fishes which Is given so Mitobel. number goucia-tiotho 10 years; that fifty Civil War, and the heroine and hero her. I showed her a saloon that I was and resigned in Marob, 1885, to become' " i?fARTFORD,KY. Thouanda ol At this timo specifically as "ouo hundred and began A. M. 3091, Flndlnjr $61,000. woman aro Mice hla profeaalon In Ohio and TTTII-and three," that is owing tho statement (especially tho heroine) pass through going to bny and an hour later 1 bad Secretary of St.te in Mr. Cleveland'. $20 Rc!VCd For bpeclal attentlou alv tbo S'tvior wfti a lad teaching iu tho iHoId-- J VV couutlea 'e,'"ra l?",e " 'troubled at '! whilo the some surprising advontures. tbo $500. Then I g( t ont. I had gone ciblnet.whloU he hold until March, 1889. Is" V'" U Ml" nfnall liiilltirm CUttllttCd office. kivi was 17 years mado bp Captain Totten that monthly intertumplu and tho gonorction Other stories aro Tish's Triumph" out another door. H', hal" of 153 fishes made tho disciples DarinR ClcveUnd'e iecond term he waa ,A Pnr, ""Wnjnn uet doqr to the RepubHcau vals with pains gouc. Thou ho declares that when fraught b TGorB,? In the head, minister to Great Drit.ln.and'f1 feel the Lord was near, the wlucidation and Grandma's Diamonds.,' The latter WIFE NO. FIVR ANNA lHtKLI.NO. , generation, tho eighty fifth, shall this back, brtasts, ?'fc of tho parable and the certain fixing of is by It. L. Olbar.1 "They pot mo this time," went on the bea the leK.tlon wo. raised to an SHELBY TAYLOR, tmvo been similarly gone 17cars, tho shoulders.sldea m , speaking of Auna Bre-llu- bassy he became first Embassador from mnn, wuu lo.urucu tuo iuiiuud tu 10 the hour as 153 years should make bipa and limbs. end will havo been recorded as a finish- us feel now beyond a pcrudvontaro that In its advanced and ehronio form a got four years and a this country to anr foreign ooart. Ho owner, receiving $20 as a reward for his "This time I Bat they seed 'These figures," bo says "aro the second coming Is at hand. ed fact. cold in the bead is tho recognised source half. But she bad SI, 000 and I got it. was succeeded In 1807 by Ool. John Hay, bonefety. Mulligan is a returned Klon KENTUUKY. HARTFORD, not suffer. ominously dreadful and Having stood the got out of Sing Sing all right, though. who recontly resigued to become Secre- diker. Tkese pains arc symptoms ol Tho parable o( the householder Is ono of other diseases. I ,L practice hla proicaaion iu nu " 'IT NO KHOAl'K THERE IS dangerous derangamtata that W" Ohio and adjoining CUUIlllB ana i I tary of State. Mr. Uayard waB several of tbo least foundation npon which Cap- tost of oontinned auocesBfal ase, Ely's WIFE NO. BIX ANNU OKUIIAUDT. reck-les- s allcutTou to collectloui Of Apals. Special can te corrected. The meat From tht m save nnder the cloak of It was Cream Balm is rocognfeod as a specific "Aunio Qcbhardt had the mottof all," times proposed as a Pxusidontial candi. Bri tha A Tt KM You Hart Alwan Boujtt tain Totten rests his propeeiee. atrual functloa should operaU ridicule." ohoseu for illustration because it is sim for membranal diseases In the nasal ruminated tho pribouer. "Itwa81100. . date, and at tbe Democratic National' lif&atut paialesaly Around the uumbur 153, according to ple. Ho covers pages with calculations, passages, and you mako a great mlstako f iu Newark. She wasa. Oonvention in Cincinnati. In 1880, re Captaiu Totten, olustersall tho otironol- - mathematically perfect to a hair, all In not resorting to this treatment in I married her widow and lived at No. 147 Orchard ceiving 153 votes on tbo first ballot nd the Joke was Ruined. based on passages of seriptaro and all your own case. To to6t it a trial elzo streot. I wanted to open a restaurant. Mr. Bayard was a member of tbo elcc-- I HARTFORD, KY. fbtrajr fitorleaj for 10 cents or the large for 50 cents is of which anerringly,as far as figures go, That was in 1805. TTfrT nDArTiriHnall the Courts of Ken sol tbe money, but toral commission in 1870. The facetious boarder bad the plot laid to collec 50 Warren VV tucky. Special attention Riven tond to show that the world will face its mailed by Ely Brothers, make moaitnutioa palnleaa, I didn't open tbo rostaarant. So they tions, settlement or deceuenia caiiiea.ronu www aad regular. It pats the deli, Words That Come From Spain. Redeemer before Easter of next year. Street, New York. Druggists keep it. sent mo to Stato Prison at Trenton for and crlmlqM practice. 0(fce up ataira neat to ho M,jt ..lhht yott cate menstraal organs la condiGrroV Wrwir Store. year. I rorvd my time, too," Ono of the words hoard every day on didn't sarve nn tbia hen. feathers and It Is not the wealth of the country threo tion to do their work properly. J.S.a.WBDDtMO. oar streets Is "Dazo," tho offspring of all." To Prevent Smut In Wheat. but tbo labor of tbo conntry that is pay- added the old mm proudly. JAVM S.QIBUM. Aad that stops all thla pain. party Spanish patron saint "Diego" MAItOAIlET DOBS. , tho Why wilt aay woman suffer AFFJANCUD is on hand.ro ing tbo war tax. The Repablioao Now that "The next timo," said tbo landlady, GLENN & WEDDING, meashas nover yet framed a revenue month after mouth w&ea Wlao A hacking cough la a jrrave-yar- d "Yuu naizlt to bo nihamodof your- - (James). with marked emphasis, 'I'll serve her, member that after you have prepared ure that was calculated to tax the rioh. of Cardul will relieve her? It cough; tho sooner you get rid of It tho solf, Oit'V'ixoWimtjd a toico just then! There woald have been no "grona bill and all." ground you need to look alter your Ann Arbor Democrat. costs r.oo at tha drug store. bettor. Don't wait until it develops the and necking looked up witU a mild diors" at Dunker Hill exoept for Spain, Almost any man can secure a Why don't you gat a bottle Into consumption, but uso tho cele- soed. Eight Years Over a Century. HARTFORD. KY. "grenBy the New Year. woman with a sinco the "hand grqnade" and tho smile. A JohnW. Bull's Cough Syrup all tho small grains. IA PRACTICKlhelrprofeaalonluaU the brated Dr. is a wonderful rcmod v for grader and removo totally blind and unabloto Though Tincourta or Ohio and adjoining countlca at onco. It For advlco, In cases requiring VV The President has instruoted the mlU thin, careworn facn addressed him. Sho adier" both get their names from the If this is praotioed evory year the far Dspecial directions, address, givand In Court ofAppeala. Special attention giv- all throat and lung affections, and will caro for himself in almost any way, oity of Qrenada. at Havana to demand 'had ben brought in br tho iolice. en to criminal practice and collectlona. Alao euro a doop'Scatod cough or cold In a ior will find he has an extra variety of tary commission ing symptoms, "Tho Ladles Notary Public for Ohio county. found you at latt, Ott," she It woald bo. difllcalt for our bouse Benjamin Finoh of Broad HolIow.Oreen Advisory Dspartmeat," Tho wheat. Again, all persons should uso that evacuation of Cuba by tbo Spanfow days. Good for old and young. 'wiTosto make pumpkin pie without a county, N. Y is still fjuite oheerful, in not later than OotoberlS said, wearilv. "Now I'm glad." Chattanooga Medicine Co., bluostono this year, whether tbo wheat lards becin IMI- won,wno Chattanooga, Tenn. "Wtuu itonmna to trial you'll bo tho "oolauder," but tbe New England wo- - spite of nis lua years, xur. baiket-mak-t- o liflim nnwnhaa shown anvsiffus of smut and thatit be completed by December eoo)o)0e one who Is ashamed, Dotl"oried ileck man woald never dream of giving credit was born July 4, 1700, is a V if smut 31 next. aro often atked nr nor. rfclOXDUltwll. . 1! VI lll n.A. Ian, avtvt.a nil Spaniard for tbo name "colodor." er, nnd has bad fourteen children, only If il lt1. ILa Aik the IIah ef Oeaailfle. Teiat. atrti XI lUO COtalloa applies to iao n..u grOWf. (notary rustic) ii is pooaiBia luuouiuuiiBaiuu wt(i h",".--The worn ur, win Ma'garcl Do of Colorado, the red; Texas, the tiles; theyoongeatbeingnowallve. His wife, latenak "I wee treaties at meaUiff aaS aes, in nPttin.nfi.mnt in iia hnat.vnanRwnr tnat airainat the removal from the island tta tirrlble sat" 1" "f " HARTFORD. KY. sor-erjoys and tut have btta entlreii reUtiea sy Was - of ,the remains of Christopher Oolam- - Ni. 600 Ea.t One Huudrtd and Elev Nevada, the saowyi Florida, the flow- - with whom he shared his In all the, positivoly no. They are dead anfl caniiriMPRACTICK hla proftMloii couutlea.1 et Oartut." adjoining, W courta of Ohlo'andgiven to all bualneaa and Utah, Now Mexioo, ArUona rows for 'seventy years, dlod in 1886, .,,. , tiiapa . ! - ft amnfc r,v. that ', linn an clearlv au infraction of the terms entb street. Ntw York. Sho declared Mrm , Will cure a Hacking Cough; UUI hWT. Careful attention will-bman had mado proposals and California wero all named by the ( but his sister, ageiUtH, still aurvtves. Doses are araall and Dleaaant to Uke. Doctor the lovo-lnrto hla care, vouccuona a specially. anything elso of tho protocol entrusted grows, however, and liko i olittoverQnloCouuty Bauk. t. rrcc ijeenti. A,t nil druggUtaf $vZ W -.- w- rope-winde- r, mnh.nwLm. I o Oat-tai- I ...... e. Cam-rousi- A d ct one-nint- h one-fourt- h rs Attorney at Law, Taylor, BARNES, y. Attorney at fifty-tbre- Api-ealt- . good-lookin- g Attorney at Law SVLrrreyor, S Jno.' 'V'IlGOii, x g Crippled by Rheumatism. e. Attorney at Law, " Davidson, ATTORNEY AT well-to-d- mui-oul- ar ATTORNEY AT " n. rine-Ter-Hon- new-foun- d l i siumm, pro-vldi- S.S.S.,Blood half-pas- Attorney at Law, J. B.VICKERS, R; WEDDING, d Attorney at Law MONTHLY fifty-eight- h n Attorney at Latv, heart-breaker- g. e. ' .?"": 01'K1 Mo'n. 5eV)r-appoint- 4 Attorney at Law, &&& Hacking ,or.jil"lD;f mmm to-da- LAWYERS COUGH Cough wheat-sowin- g well-dress- Barnott, C Attorney at Law, Dr.Bulls Syrup "'e A I I 1 1 .- - n j recotumenq .)mmi'immtii) ijQtotf--J1m- k' ,.'Y &J&iri!ltol-- inili naaW-tju- , jteM,M Vii. -J J3 guttford WceMg gcvnttl FIIA.NK L.'KL1X.. .Proprietor .... UUtlKUMATTIIKtttf.. SuJHcrfprtoW ......Kill tor $1 per Year, in advance Wednesday, Ocronan lOR CONORES. 5. HON. D. Hk SMITH, Of LaRue County. Spain hasn't got much of a imvy now. But just nwhilo hack elm hud ahips to burn. It is said that Roosevelt didn't dodpe Spanish bullets, but ho dodged which is quite as the disgraceful. The physiognomy of Theodore Roosevelt is mainly distinguished by protruding front teeth. Wherever you see a picturo of a face that looks liko a horse laughing, you may know that it ia a cartoon of the rough rider. Thkiu; is much anxiety manifested at Republican headquarters over the prospect of defeat at tho polls through out the country next month. Dem- ocracy is in the ascendancy and the outlook ia bright for the party of the The biggest joke of the season is people. It now seems quite certain that the Democrats will control the that commission appointed by President McKinley to investigate tho next House. conduct of the war. They havo no The suggestion to enlist the Cubans more authority by law to swear men into the American army of occupa-tio- n and tuku testimony iu this matter in Cuba is a good one. They arc than Ohio county Vfetnf magistrates. better fitted for soldiers in Cuba than They aro in vested with no special Americans, and the plan .would serve power that enables them to demand to give them a job, which just now any more information than the men they are sorely in need of. It would questioned desire to voluntarily give. also keep them in touch with public Of course they will be treated with affairs until their independence is es- respect and will no doubt return with tablished. a voluminous lot of testimony, all of When the conduct of any official which will amount to nothing. It ia in her kingdom don't just exactly understood beforehand that they are suit the Dowager Empress of China, to return a report which will incrimishe simply senda out word and baa nate nobody,aud it would be foolish to Meanwhile his head chopped oil. It ain't much expect anything else. stories of the awful sufferings of soltrouble and nobody seems to object. Even the subject himself seldom diers continue to be published, and kicks. The Dowager's headsman has the incidents are not denied. they havo that nobody subsisted is a mystt-rnttempH toolvp. Now that tho war is over, wh hear of them again hut In scant numbers, nnd tome persons contend that they are now almost extinct. There is no doubt but that thousands of these poor creatures havo starved to death, and the stain of their blood will ever remain as a dark blot upon tho already polluted nnrno uf Spain. Some workmen who wero repairing telegraph poles in Trenton, N. .!., onoday last week, thought McKin ley's prosperity had come sure enough. While engaged at their work, suddenly luouoy began to rain all about them, Ten, twenty and fifty dollar bills fell around them as thick as tho leaves of autumn. Lika loyal patriots, thoy at onco quit work and began scrambling for tho cash. But their dream of fortune, like Mclvin-ley'- s delusion, didn't last long. It soon transpired that tho money enmo from a residenco above where a rich young lady had laid 6., 000 on a winhat. dow sill while she adjusted Tho money being loose, tho wind soon scattered it. The cash was all recovered and tho finders received a small reward. little of them, and how hr ben quite As election time approaches and tho war gradually fades into the past, Viktue is said to be at a low ebb to and marriages are few in the Philip the public mind naturally turns politics. That vehicle for the con pines on account of the outrageous v cyan co of human privilege and office price charged by priests to marry a the ballot will soon be in hand, couple. The marriage fee is thirty and the proper casting of sameshould dollars, while the average working command the earnest attention of evman gets only about five dollars per voter. No man should vote meremonth. It will pay you to take your ery ly as a perfunctory act just to get wife along with you when you start rid of the duty. It is his privilege there to purchase an island or two. and his highest duty in tho exercise The Coitrier Journal came out in a of his suffrage, to use his own free will double-column- , triple-leadeeditorial in the matter,and to give his support Monday in which it urges Col. W.J. only to the party or candidate that Bryan to name a winning Democratic he considers the beet qualified to con ticket in 1000. It recognizes Col. serve the public good. In casting about in the premises we Bryan's popularity and prestige in a not common with itself and shows aro led to inquire just how matters way an inclination to even bear with those political now stand. As usual, the who differ from it politically. It dep two parties that havo held public recates and inveighs against the place for so long, stand facing each financial issue, but offers no tangible other in their eternal contest. Their shibboleth iu instead. It i?, withal, principles and aims are as well defined a fairly written and fairly addressed now ud ever before. Tho one stands article in which the great editor rites for the rights nnd advancement of the to tho demands of tho occasion and whole people, which includes citizens delivers himself in a manner that is of every description, from the plebeian crowd to those oi wealth or noble both characteristic and strong. birth. It sees no distinction between Col. Theodohe Roosevelt has mau and man in the sacred right of been nominated by the Republicans citizenship. True, ono may be worth of New York lor Governor. The more money than another and ono friends of his party opponent Rlack may be morally a better man than tried to institute a bluff on the Rough another, but each deserves the same Rider by claiming that, if elected, he privileges of existence in this counwould not be eligible to office on ac try, guaranteed by tho Constitution. count of the uncertainly of his place The laws and punishments of our of residence. Tho wily Colonel has courts aro made for the benefit of tho been paying taxes at one place and criminals, but iu the eyes of the Gov living in another, and tho identity of eminent, one man should be as good his citizenship is hard to. establish. as another. This is the view of tho This irregularity will now be taken Democratic party. up by the Democrats ami pushed for The other political party, as opall it is worth. Tom Piatt's man will posed to tho ono just described, is evcertainly have more rough riding erywhere recognized by certain charbut not of a military Bort before he acteristics. It is a party of purpose reaches tho gubernatorial chair. rather than principle, and it makes m effort to disguise its well known AuouBirs Van Wyck, brother of little aims. It is tho embodiment of plutocMayor Van Wyck, was nominated at racy and is essentially the party of the Democratic Convention of New rich. ltd chief aim is to perpetYork Stato for Governor to run tho uate itself by laws and enactments against Roosevelt. lie will have the which shall insure the welfare of the support of Croker and Tammany. money kings, from whom it draws a The resolutions adopted failed to never-failincampaign fund. It cares free silver or mention the Chilittle for tho poor mau or his interests, cago convention, but this was to be nnd according to its ideas his highest expected in tho goldbug Stato of privilege and bounden duty New York. During tho deliberations if necessary is to voto the the name of Col. W. J. Bryan was Republican ticket, without question mentioned, which brought forth Tho personification of or hesitation. applause Delegates sprang "Mean, Hateful Thing." Republicanism is tho mau Hanna, to their seats and waved hat and DittTALo, Sept. :;0. Mrs. Julia F, who managed the recent Presidential canes and tho cheering continued for his party. A man of no Trout, who sued her neighbor, Mrs. several minutes. Thero will be hot campaign of Baroba Frich, for $10,000 damages betimes in New York now, in the short compunction of conscience and with cause Mr c Frich mid that "sho ugos time that intervenes before the elec- even little personal respect, he man- pnds to fill out her figuro and make tho aged things sinply from a business or boys think she's a stunner," got u vertion. monoy standpoint. The idea of per- dict for SI". Tho slanderous remark The poor recoucentrados of Cuba sonal privilege does not invito his at was mado just after the women had have gotten to constitute a figuro to tcution. Ho thinks every man should quarreled. conjure with. Now you hear of them voto tho Republican ticket, and if ho Noabcolutcly correct mapof thoKlon and now you don't ; some persons in- is not willing, ho should bo made to diko district ditto, and there will bo y timate that they aro all dead, while do it, by coercion, purchase or other- nono nutil tho government makesa of tho creeks, which will not bo for others claim that they aro still plen- wise. Ho holds out tho plea of pat rubor of maps A tiful as ever and starving as of yore. rlotism, hut ho doesn't dally with tho two or threo years. by mi different persons, havo boon prepared Before the war began wo fieard a voter long. This is tho man to whoso aud eoraoof thceearomorereliablo than great deal of tho reconcentrados,thofiO methods McKinley owes his election others. Tho latest map, and, doubtless harmless and wretched citizen of tho to tho Presidency not by tho sover- tbo most reliable, is tho ono published island who wero coral led off iu dis- eign will of the people, hut by the in Hurper'd Weekly for Octohor 1, It tricts by Butcher Weyler to keep coercive power of money and benign is drawn, from tho best information obtainable, by Tap pan Adnoy, the special them from aiding tho insurgents and influence. correspondent for Harper's Weekly, who compelled to starvo for lack of means These are tho two parties that stand ' has bcon in tho Kloudiko region for ofaliving. During tho war we heard ( now, as over, inviting tho freeman's1 moro than a year. red-handi. io g eur-vo- busy here of late, owing to a rush of fall orders. TWO PARTIES AND THEIR RECORDS. vote. Their record speaks for each PEACE COSTS MONEY. of them and h not concealed. The conduct of tho Republican Over a Quarter of a Million Dollars party throughout the war just closed, will be Spent In that Little although repulsive in the extreme, Dicker with Sraln. need bo no surprise to any one. If their leaders had managed matters Just what It will coht to patch up that otherwise it would havo been iu di , little pcaco contract between Spain aud rect violation of Republican preced-tho United H tutus, few peoplo Imvo out. Thoy used tho war, as they uso, It may bo taken tho tronblo to guess. elections, simply for tho purpose of surmlsod howovor, that tho Pcaco political and personal aggrandizement aro not out altogether for and aa a means of paying oir dishon- tboir health. Thoy will receive baud-som- e pay for their services. Despite tho orable debts. A millionaire Secrewho was given his placo fact that, to somo extent at least, tho tary of War Commisniouors will bo tho guests uf tho not hecauso of personal fitness, but to French Government, it is expected that pay off n political debt, used his office it will coat tho United StaUs n quarter to reward others in liko manner. His of a million dollars to negotiate tho appointments to positions of pay and treaty of pcaco with tipaiu, Tho French trust, aroused nliko tho disgust and Government has placed tho colobrated Ion dos Ambassadcnrs at tho disposal amazement of tho country. Tho wel- Si of tho commission as a placo in which to fare and comfort of tho soldier wero hold their meetings. This courtesy has little considered iu tho appointment relieved tho commission of ono item of of favorito men to rulo over him and expense. Dcspito this, however, it Is in tho selection at tho request of said tbat tho expenses of tho commisstuff will amount to moneyed interests of his quarters. sioners and their something over 81,000 u day during As a natural consequence tho culmi their stay in Paris. nation of tho war has brought a dis From a reliable sonrcoof Information grace upon our couutry which bows it is learned that a daily allowance has every head in shame. A war which been mado to tho various members of should have by all means resulted in tho commission as follows: To each of tho Commissioners, 3150 a tho eternal glory of our country, is day; to Secretary Mooro, 75; to Assistovershadowed by a scandal tho par- ant Secretary MaoArthnr, $50; to ticulars of which havo reached every Disbursing OfilcerBrunnlgan and Chief Translator Rodriguez, $23; to each of nation of the earth. tho tho nino interpreters, attaches, stenoTurning from the conduct of meswar to tho almost equally recent con- graphers, etc, $10, and to tho two sengers, $5 per day making a totil of duct of affairahere in our own beloved Sl,0.25 per day, or for tho ninety days State of Kentucky, wo find matters A TKEATT WHAT IT COSTS TO NEGOTIATE quito as badly managed. The RepubOF PEACE. lican party was elected to power in Commissioner Day's fee $25,000 Kentucky mainly upon the plea that Commissioner lloid'e fee 25,000 20,000 it was going to "opeu them books," Secretary Mooro'afeo show up Democratic rascality and in Salaries of other Commissioners 50,000 aud attaches augurate a season of prosperity and 25,000 Transpottitiou of 35 persons good management of Stato affairs tho Eutertiinnientin Paris 20,000 like of which was never known be- Allottanceforpcrsonal expenses.. U.2,250 fore. Now that wo have had three ,.,8257,250 Total for 00 days. years of experience of Republican rule in Kentucky, what is tho result? that they aro expected to bo away, a This is for the No eecret books have been opened, no grand total of i02,250. Democratic knavery has been un- personal expenses nlono of tbe various earthed, neither has the State pros- members, and does not includo any salaries. pered under a season of good man Because most of tbo members of the agement that was in any way superior commission aro already in tho Govern or even equal to Democratic preced- aaent service, they will get no additionent. Instead, the State has rather al salaries for their worfe with tho Pence Thus, Commissioners retrograded in point of public prog- Commission. drawing ress. A Republican Governor has Davis, Fryo and Gruy,who are salaries us United States Senators, will sought by every means in his power not receivo any additional compensato advertise the State as a country of tion beyond tho payment of their dally lawlessness and crime a claim as un- expenses. Tbo samo is trne of all the just as it is untrue while he himself minor attaches, each of whom is emhas contributed in no small measure ployed in ono of tho departments in Washington, and whose regular salaries to this boasted condition of a Hairs by aro continued during their absence on crimiturning a horde of this mission. nals loose upon the country and parTho only men attached to the comby the mission who will receive salaries for doning other power of executive clemency and their scrvico aro Jndgo Day, tho Presifavoritism. His appointments have dent of tho commission; Wbitclaw Iteid and Mr. Moore, who resigucd his placo been characterized by lhatsamespirit as Assistant Secretary of State to of favoritism and reward that domiany the commission as ita secretary methods every and counselor. nates Republican where. Little regard was paid to It is expected that Commissioners fitness, just so the political debt was Dav and Rcul will bo given a fco of 3J5.000 each for their work on tbo paid. Moore, upon A comparison of Kentucky under whom much of tho work of prepuring tho present Republican management tho documents in tho American caso has with that of years ago when tho old developed, will receivo a feo of i2O,O0O. State thrived under able Democratic Mr. Corbin, son of Adjt, .Gen. Corbin, control, is sufficient to convince any who accompanies tho commission as an attacho, will probably get 31,500 as a man of the hollowness of Republican recompense for his services. promise and the futility of almost Tho American Government ii paying every claim put forward by this par- the expenses of tho ladies who aro memty of great moral ideas. You may bers of the party, and it is calculated look at Republican national control thut the item of transportation alone fur persons in tho party, by of matters, and you may view the tho thirty-liv- e flea aud rail, willamonnttont least $25,-00same party's State management of The special expenses of tho comthings, and u cross it all is written the mission in Paris for entertainments, legend, okekd and incompkti:n('i:I etc., will probably bo not less than $15,-00- 0 No other motto so aptly comprehends or 320,000. Taking into consideration tho salaries Republicanism1 from start to finish. that will havo to bo paid to persons who tako tho places of tho attaches of tbo And Stiii That Tale of Horror. Dexveis, Cox., Oct. 1. "No nowppa commission during their absence from per conld possibly exaggerate tho suffer- Washington, it will bo seen, therefore, ing that was caused bynogleet nnd mis- that a quarter of a million dollars will management in tbo hospitals at Camp scarcely foot tho bill. Wikoff," said Mrs. Wm. S. Latterly, Sturgis Strike Ended. mother of the Jute Lieut. Herbert A. LafTcrty. "Tbo noise and confusion Stciiciih, Kv , Oct. 30. After a long day and night, after my arrival tit tho frequent attempts ut a comcump to attend my nick eon," eho con- promise and serious loss both to manatinued, "wero enough to drive a well gers and miners, an agreement has been person mud. They wonld tear down reached between tho Tradowater Coal sovoral touts, then go to work and erect Company and tho striking miners, tho an old wooden hospiUl. Lieut. Rob- former agreeing to tho scalo demanded New York, was and tbe other questions of differonco to erts, of tho Seventy-firs- t sick in tbo samo ward with my eon. Tho be submitted to a committeo of arbitra0160 mado him hysterical, and at times tion. Tho works will resume Monday. ho wonld shako liko an aspen leaf, bnt no attention was paid to it by those in Couldn't Quit Drinking. chargo. Ho died tho Monday after I Early, Owentok, Ky Sept. left. Mrs. Logan was tho only woman near Glcncoe, committed enioido by engaged in relief work that seemed to hanging. Ho is aaid to bavo remarked havo any authority. Sho bad a letter that ho had been trying without effect from President McKInloy tint seemed for tho last twenty years to stop drinkto enable hor to do as sho pleased." ing and adopted this method as the only Mrs. Latter ty has been trying to re- Buro one. IIo was a member of tbo celcover her Bons sword and S75 which ho ebrated Fourth Kentucky Confedcrato had, but has received a letter from a cavalry, which is to hold ltd reunion hero Red Cross nurso saying they cannot bo on tho 20th of October. found. ao-co0. stint-dowUQ-- Wkit did that, bnt foreshadowed their work aud Its conclusions. (Ion. Dodgo, of Iowa, (?) who resides iu New York, was a good Roldlor of tho civil war, but Is ouo of Secret ary Alger's oldest and bet frlonds; and he may be relied upon to use his chairmanship of tbo oowmlsnion for tho purpose of ubitottaehiug tho entire business. IIo is an intense partisan Republican, and has for many jears boon employed by tho Itepnbllcan National Committeo iu Presidential campaigns. Hlobard Woightmau enters upon tho duties of Secretary of tho committeo with n pon tily with adnlatlons on Alger and Atgertsm; whilo ho also carries uith him an editorial pon recking with bitter denunciations of Gen. Miles, tho mau whoso unrestrained lndiguatlou JEALOUS WOMAN'S SHOT, Scandalous Affair at Scottsvillc Which two Prominent men are Involved. Wo- In Will Do What They Say. Not liko some of our competitors, who advertise nnd aro jutt out of certain articled when you call for them. Wo 'do not advertise nor promise anything that we are not ahle to fulfill. brought about this investigation. 'Iho organization of this commission trouble. clearly indicates that slack lime, soft Tho two women mctoutho6inaro,aml water and largo brushes aro to bo used without any warning Mrs. Goad drew a (jallou-aud-a-ha- lf 10c tin bucket in order to whitewash tho War Departpistol from a handsatohol and . $1.00 Sixteen pounds granulated sugar ment. fired, tbo bullet strikiug Mrs. Ueuslcy all iu the shouldor. Pystaudcrs had trouble Columbus' Ashes Moved. preventing tho assailant from usiug her Uavaxa, Sept. 23. At 1) o'clock this pistol Ifuither. Sho was arretted and morning tho oftloiul removal of tho re- released ou bond. mains of Coin tubus took placo in the Tho aair caused a big pousatlon on presence of General Blanco, Secretary account of tho promlncnco of both woGovin, tho Civil Governor, tho Bishop, men. Mr?. Goad's husband Is a lawyer HAGAN, KY. tho dean of the Cathedral and other au- of excellent ability, and he has hereto- ISnrron, vim burned last ntgbt nud Oct, I, Mr. Colemiu llalph has thorities. Mrs. traiQH nro runniug by another route. fore borno a good reputation. Tirea have been checked in places by Tho general public wero ordered out Ucasloy is n beautiful woman. When fever. of tho Cathedral at S o'clock and were Mrs. Goad found her husband and Mrs. raina anil tbo subsidence of tho wimln. Diamond, littlo son of Mr. John Mil not allowed inside after that hour. Tho Ueasley in hlsotlice, she broke an um- A rough ottiintito pUces tho a j;jj rebate ler, is convalescent entrauco to tho Cathedral uas guarded brella ocrMr, Goad's head. Goad left low ut from SJ.OOO.OlW to $5,000,00'). Tho protracted mettlnc at Pleasant by a forco of the Orden Pnblico which aud has not returned. For several days Hill church closed Tuesday night, tho kept back tho crowds which assembled Mrs. Goad has been carrying a 27th ult. THE LATEST NEWS. Tho tobacco crop is nearly oil housed. in front of tho edifice. around the streets, but no ono " Mr. It. A. WeBteiileld and Miss Julia Tho remains were removed from their knew tho contents nutil Tho Cap. Dreyfus has been Kiven a new OiHIms wero married tho 2l)th ultMtt tho nicho in tho Cathedral, preparatory to shooting wap, therefore, premcditatoJ. lrial homo of tho bride's parents, Eld. C. B. their shipment to Spain, with solemn Mrs. Peasloy'd wound is painful, but ' Cherry trees aro in bloom In Mndtson Coleman otlloiattnjr. ceremony. Tho ashes wero deposited in not necessarily serious. Mrs. GuuVa Tho literary society at Magan Kri a zinc case, which was placed In tho preliminary hearingwill be had od Tues- oonnty. sacristy of tho Cathedral, and a perma- day before Police Judge Garlng. Tho Louisville Conferenco ill mott dny night vni a grand euccoss. MIts Ella Allen, from near Narrows, nent guard was established to watch next your in Glasgow. It is stated that tho Beasleys will thorn. Public religions services will bo According to tho General Secretarv. Ky-- i MHSbt Saturday and Sunday with to tho full extentot tho law. held. Tho ashes had laid in their latt tbo Epwortu Leagno now has a strongth her cousin, Miss SaUIo Hoaoti. It cat v. Fine Fish Pond. resting place trfneo January 10, 1700, Ul EAST VIEW, KY." when thoy wero bronght from iSanto M. Mosley, writing from Pellvillo HanuA is dubious about tho prospects Oct. 3 Tho revival which was to comDomingo, that island having been ceded says: for Republican success in tho congres- mence at Barnctt's Creek Sunday has to Franoo by Spain, Pellvillo has tho finest fish pond In sional elections. been pottnoucd antd Kovenbor. tho State. We went with the owner n. Mr. and Mrs, lion Wigglntonaro con Tho builders of tho battleship Ken D. Bxowo, last Sunday to feed the fish. Judge Dorsey's Decision. tucty eay the big fighting machine Is 75 fined to their room withchUI and fever. Judgo Dorsey, at Henderson, in dis- When bread was thrown in the wator, per cont. completed. Mrs. Tom Chnrch has typhoid fever. solving tho temporary injunction grant- thousands would como to tho top after Mrs. Flunk Uinton Is dangerously ill of Grasshoppers aro doing ed Mr. Jolly by tho clock of tho circuit it. typhoid fever. Wo noticed several that were over two to corn,clovor nnd panares in tho Wctt. court, in a very brief opinion enunciates Miss Laura Maboney, of Anderson-vilto- , era Kentucky counties. tho law as well as tbo common sense feet in length, and Mr. Drown pays that is tho guest of Mr. Turner nines Ollicial rcpoiti of tho men killed in view of the matter, maintaining those somo will weigh from twenty to thirty and family. HI thow broad Democratic principles which havo pounds. IIo had several brought from battle or bydiscasoup to August Mr. Eli Martin and family speut Sat been tho safeguards of tho American tho river soma years since to stock tho tho number to bo urday nnd Sunday with Mr. S. Martin, pond and by proper care and liberal government. De ntterly repudiates tbo The grand Lodgo of tho Kaigbts of near Hartford. theory of modern Itepnblicanism that feeding he has thonsuds of valuable I'ythis wilt hold their annual session at ' Mr. Andrew Doll was united in tho tho courts may bo called upon to dabble fish. The pond covers an aero of Middlesborongh Oct St. holy bonds of matrimony to Mrs. Ucllo gronnd and is from ten to twelvo feet in such n flairs as the controversy Hawesvillo bui organized n Commer- Jones hut Weducsday at Owensboro. deep. Any ono coming to Pellvillo Mr. Jolly and Mr. Fowler. cial Olnb. James II. Fritz is tbo PresiMat Uek. "If tho facts stated in the petition would do well to go and tako a look at dent, and Charles G. Stcrrett Secreconstitute n canso of act'on," says Jndgo this mlnatnre lako and it's inhabitants. tary. Dorsey, ''then a couit of chancery has It proves beyond a doubt that uvery William Saflran, of Lochland, bssjukt authority to control and govern the furmei cn constrnct a pond and raise been prevented with n baby boy, his of a political his own fish as easily, if not easier, than conduct and operations ninth. Ho has named tho youngster party; and an order making this injunc- ho can raise hogs. William J. SixteentoOQo Saffian. tion permanent wonkt bo the dangerons Program Republican of Hancock county have exercise of a very dangerous rower. If Of Hartford Magisterial District Teacha potltion to tho Postmaster this injunction was properly granted, ers' Association to bo held at Co II ego forwarded General, miking scriouschargen against becomes tho duty and province ITnll, then it Ilnrtford, Ky., Oct, 8, 1tt)S: Wel- Postmaster E. O. Yacco, of Hawcsville, j of this court to iuqniro when and how come addreas, J. P, Miller. Kesponsc, and demanding his removal. tho Republican convention from which W. H. Carson. Right modes of teachSuit has been Hied by Mrs, Jennio callplaintiff claims his nomination was ing, It. O. Jarnigan and H Woodward. Gnilfoyle against the city of Mrtysvilloj ed, aud who wero its delegates and when Moral obligations of teacher, J. W. Lutt winter, whilo Mrs. and by what authority tbo several coun- Petty, A. II. Ross. How may tho mind for Guilfoylo was uoing to boo a sick neigh ty conventions wero held and organized be reached, & It. Hay, J. S. Fitzbngb. bor, sho fcteppeJ in n holo in tho pave-meand who wero their delegate?, and when If a price n be placed on pain. Mother. Object of roviows, S. O. Slovens, O. W. U worth In asanatlert and fell, breaking one of bor legs. Friend My wife offerweight In goldminute with by what authority tho several pre- Mosoley, and ni more in ten tor. T. S. Greer. Noon. Plan of either of her other two children than ahe did alTho following places havo been cincts in each county held their conven- day's work. Necessity of neatness among together with her Hit. harlne prevlouilr oed selected for army ctmps in tho four bottles of Mother'a Friend. It Is bltutng tions and who constituted their dele- teacher, Muttie Pit tie, Lola Stevens. any one Columbia, S. G.; t cmtorncr. expecting to become a mother," aaja gates and whether or not thoy wero South: Atigntta, Os a What constitutes an education, O. M. properly o 01 cored and organized. CerGreenville, S. C ; Spartanburg, S. G. Thus writes TIcndeTn Dale, Druggist, Shultz, H. F. Lowe. The teacher's re: U.i.: Macoo. Ga,: of Carmi, III., to the Dradficld Regulator tain a court of chancery has no such to parents and pupils, A. P. Tay- Atlanta. Oi Athens. lation powor. If so, it would toon become u Culnmlms, On.; AmenotiR, Ga.; and At- - Company, of Atlanta, Ga., the prpprie lor, J.F.Austin. IleciUtiou.Miss Lucy jiuiuci lurs auu ui;inui.iuiti ui placo of political jugglcry,aod its dignibany, Oi Friend." This successful remedy Is not Townseud. Importauco of composition, good destroyed. Besider, the ty for tho At Henderson Thimday Circa t Judge one of the many internal medicines ad O. V. Wilson, J. D. Stewart, M. V. Mad. branch of tho dox. judiciary is a Dorsey diaxolved tho injunction sued vertised to do unreasonable things, but a T. J. Moiiton, Prcs. scientifically prepared liniment especially government But if it possesses tho out by tho Hon. Gcor.ro W. Jolly effective in adding strength and elasticity J. IJ. Tatlou, Secretary. power claimed in this Buit, it Is co longagainst W. T. Fouler, IZ. C. Vanco and to those parts of womau'a organism which otucrif, the Judgo holding that a chaneeycrcst strains of childbirth. branch bnta paramount er a Millions Lost by Forest Fires. cery court had no rlgbt to grant an in bear the The liniment may be used at any and tho government to whose department of fires jnncttnu in bitch cuio. Mr. Jolly RAys bo all times during pregnancy up to the St. Paul, Oct. 1, Tho forest omnipotence tho legislative and execu- whieh have been burning in various will tako tho cao to tho Court of Ap- very hour of confinement. The earlier it departments mutt eoon become places throughout Western Visconsiu peals. tive la begun, and Uic longer used, the more subservient. This conrt posseting no for tho past few days were fanned into perfect will be the result, but it has been Commissioner's Notice! used during the last month only with such powor, tho motion to dissolve tho furious itorms of fiamo by yesterday's great benefit and success. Tiios. llzciiAUPSox, I'iflf. Kx'r.) injunction must therefore besnbtuined." winds and did great damago through ve. It not ouly shortens, labor and lessen! the pain attending it, but greatly amiiu- Ikaao IlKxi)Eith)N,Ao.(DefU) Chippewa, Jlarrou, Dunn, St. Croix DEANFIELD, KY. All persona hainc claims against the Uhes the danger to life of both mother and Polk counties. cttste of Jacob Hock.deceused, are hero and child, And leaves the mother in aeon. Oct. 3. Many aro tho times we can h A very general destrnotion of hv notified to present samo DroDorlv i dition more favorable to speedy recovery. see how littlo parents aro interested in wires mukes tho reports very in- verified to mo at mv ofllco in Hartford, "Mother's Friend" is sold by druggists For if any complete, but it seems that tho villages Ky.t on or beforo October 101b, 1BH9, or it fuoo, or sent by express on receipt ol their childrens' welfare. mice. parent will think a moment he must of Clayton, Alemena and Perkin havo they will bo burred. Hen D Kinoo. Valuable book for women, "Before Social Commusioncr. know that a well developed mind is tho been wholly or partly destroyed; that Daby ia Born," tent free ou application Hartford, Ky , Sept. 12, lt03. 37(4. best and only lasting thing that can bo Cumberland has Buffered heavy losses, NE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ga. H. 1 Nbal, Attorney for I'UIntift. dono for hia child. But alas! to the ne- and that Glonwood, Uarron, Prentice, O. E. Bcott, AdnTr., riff.,) glect and indifference wo too, often see Phillips and Turtlo Lake were saved In Eqnity. vs. manifested in onr district schools. Par- only by great efforts. Reports of loss MAIlTI!AB!lOMXf4c,Deitft.J ents will send their children to school of lifo aro coming in, but havo not bcon All persona having claims against tho otUto of Ieaao J. Brown, decoaped, aro if there .is nothing clso to bo doue at verified except in ono instance. hereby notified to present tamo properDavices is tho banner oonnty iu Ken homo in tho way of gain as to dollars A railroad bridgo and trestlo over ly verified to mo at my ofllco in Hart- tacky. and cents making his child's cultiva- 700 foot long on tho Soo Line, west of ford, Ky., on or brforo the 20th day of $11,000,000 of propotty Hated for taxaOctober, 1803, or thoy will bo burred. tion. tion tho Iatt and least of all his crop. This Hcpt. 20th, 1808. Oonnty tax rate for 181)7, 15 cents. Son, daughter, we must bouse onr toBen D. Hinoo, Tho county has no debt. bacco and mako our molascs and uvery-thin- g Special Commiasioner. Corutdalks yield $12 per aero at tho yon can go to school and then E. P. Nral, Attorney for PUT 31U4 CellnloBo factorr. This carole&mees uo generally awhile. Tomatoes told at tho Canning Factory Cuaiilottb Tavloii, AtiWr., ) bring 3100 per acre lay is duo to an improper judgment of V8. OweuBboro is tho largest Ioobo tobacco tho parent for wo bavo freo schools of ) M. F. Tayloii and otberp. , market in tho world. All persona buvJoir claims naln&t tbo tho untold happiness as well as gain Hero are two of our farms (nrsalo: ettito of John A. Taylor, dcoeastd, will Tract No. ft 100 acres 8 uMb south as tho harvest of his child's otherwise, present same properly mo. When wo plant aro not distinguished by any mark or boforo October 29 proven ta will on of Owensboro; level black lanA GO acres well developed mlud. bo under cultivation; dwilliD of rooms; or thoy 7 do we hope to reap and enjoy a full, a or sign from cougbj that fail to be forever burred. Rowan Homucook, tobacco barn ; tdnemont house ; fatal. Any cough, neglected, may htOt 4 ConimUflioncr, Maeter well matured harvest, not having at this is as fertile a pleca of land as there iho tonded to tho cultivation of our young rap tho strength and undormine is in tho tiUte; price- 25 nn aero. plantt? No. And this is why wo aro health until recovery k impossible. Tract No. 0100 acres 4 miles ernitb of Jolicg to T&npayers. All coughs load to lung troublo, if Owontboro; 18 acres rolling land, balso often grieved and disappointed at ance bottom; G5 acres undor cultivation; sons' or daughters' miserable failure in not stopped. two tenement houses; only as to finances; but often notify till taxpay- ono dwelling;orohardandvinoyard; this I wish to lifo. Not Ayer's Chcrrg Pectoral barn; stuble; a lost soul. For if ignoranco Is not ers of Ohio county to plciiso is a tnrgain; prico $35 an acre. Cares Coughs crime, we find it often leads to it. We como forward and pay tlioir Bond for our iUt of farms for sale. My wifa vas suffering from a dreadful Program fail to consider justly tbo moet paying conga. Wo M not expect that aha wonld onco. Of Beaver Dam Heading Circle, 0 a. m. and lasting harvest which wo should long sarviYe, but Mr. H. V. Royal, deputy taxes at Tho law requires nio to havo ttUSTllll.URTIIKKT.OW'KNSllOKO.KY Wo should cultivate surveyor, happened to bo stopping with us 1803: a. History of education look forward to. Oct. 15, having bottU of Ayer's Iho first three chaptcrsof Quiok'sEd-ucation- rightly as well as sow, if wo wonld over night, and with him,ainduced my wifo to all thesu amounts, in within a Chrry Pectoral m-W- .G. IE c former?, b. Current events reap. Wo believe it would bo a truth try this remedy. Tho result was so beneficial short tinio now, m please do Foreign, national, local, political, so-- ! to say, that thoso who do not Bond to that she kept on taking it till she aa cured not tlolay. It. S. HUMl'IIRIESp Sausay, Go. o. Theory and practice Echool in thisfrco educational couutry cial, scientific, lfartforcl. Ky for I wish to especially urge up"My littlo daughter was taken with a disPago's Theory aro not only selfish, but enrious peoplo Tho first flvo chapters of tressing cough, which for threo yeara defied on you tho necessity of promptbevond description, and this is tho ex all tho remtxliwj I tried. At length, on th and Practice of Teaching. Each member of tho circle is expected cuse rather than a lack of judmeut. ' urgbnt recommendation of a friend, I began ness. "It is my desiro to .colto study tho cntiro program aud will bo See to it, father, that you get what there--' to givo her Ayer's Cherry Poctoral. After lect theso taxes without, emusing ono bottlo I found to my great surassigned special topics on tho day of is In tho common echool for jour chilploying harsh measures, and I prise that eho woa improving. Throo bottle who havo not yet re- -' dren. meeting. Those completely cured her. can do so if you will only favWo cbronlolo tho death of undo Pcto cclved tho books ordered cau get them Of all kinds-FI- ro. J. A. GRAY, Accident, Lifo Trav, Salesman Wrought Iron Range C&, or mo now. by calling on tho faculty of tho Semi-- . Swearer on last Wednesday a week ago, nndlltalth. Dest cominnies. Sektimbor 0, urievo not, children, EL Louis, Uo. protection. Ofllco in tho nary. Tho work will begin at 1) a. m. papa is resting. Also uear town, Mrs. Ohio County Hank. and it is desired that every member bo Nellie Monarch died ou tho 24 nit., of prompt. quick consumption, nor running wero IT WILL PAY YOU TO CALL ON S. T. Stkvknr S. O. U placed in tho Catholic cemetery noar William Uicktt lost hU Whitesvtllc. McKInley's Kalsomlnc Club. J. C. RUDD, SON & CO., baby on tho 22d nit. For Sale. A Washington special ways: President Dr. uarrcteaystnero is nut uuioser-Ion- s Insurance agents at Owensboro, Ky Ono portuhlo law mill wbioh Is com MoKinloy's committoo Is comploto, and sickness hero now which is picas-- . For Fire, Tornado, Accident & Life paratively new nnd com pit to in every J Tho commission- ant to know. moro than complete. Terms roost reasonable. particular. Tho teachers meeting of tho Fords-call on or aders who are to mako an alleged impar- villo district Is to bo next Saturday a is bottlos at half For furthur particulars & Oonpiot, put up in balf-siz- o Pottku dress tial investigation of tho War Depart- week. Lit us all attend and havo a pneo 50 conta. Hartford, Ky. Best Companies and Easy Terms. ast! Bitduy. i and not only good time ment organized Hooithmllis, Kv., Oct. 1 -- Mrs. W.O. Oofld. wifo of tho Oitv Attoruoy. phot and wounded Mrs. It. W. ItcaMoy, ttifn' of tho photographer hero, jiut beforo noon tj day. Tho act of Mrs. (load was prompted by judousy, sho having o hor husband of being too with Mrs. ltcusloy. Last Saturday cvonlug Airs. Goad caught them together iu an uptown office aud aesanltcd her husband, who left towu Monday for unknown paits. This morning's affair is a continuation of tho d lutl-mat- Positively, We Will Not Be Undersold. Come and examine our stock and prices, bring the children along spend tho da', and make you ivelves at home, Special bargains for tho next two weeks: loo Wide and heavy table oil cloth, per yard brown cotton Heavy full yard-wid- e .....lo Yard-wid- e 5o bleached cotton, no starch (Jood bonnet and apron ginghamst per yard Co t..M no crash for towels, per yard Linen !Uo up Calicoes from Highest market price paid for Country Produce. kinds of id hand-satch- el I pros-cent- o tJ,Jt groat-damag- e Priceless Pain ofli-dail- y ; tile-grap- Coughs That Hill Williams & Little, al Hard wick I '. E Ayer '8 Bring your money and come to pay. Cherry Pectoral 1 INSURANCE! i K. r to-da- ,j 4f .itrrJw .iHfc4. tAJLu. :1, x Wif-ti- . .tiSKB&s&Ah.' Mtei Reliable Autumn Styles Choice Dress Goods, I Strong, steady nerves Arc needed for success Everywhere. Nerves Depend simply, solely. We extend you a cordial invitation to in' Upon the blood. spect our autumn stock now in complete display is an unusually in- (Pure, rich, nourishing readiness. The teresting one, and whether ready to make Blood feeds the nerves And makes them strong1. purchases or not, you will feel amply reThe great nerve tonic is paid. Styles are such as you'll buy with pleasure the prices are along the same Hood's Sarsaparilla, economical lines that are- - always such a Because it makes The blood rich and feature of your buying here. Pure, giving it power To feed the nerves. Hood's Sarsaparilla .Cures nervousness, The most used styles and weaves the popular colorings. In black or colored Dyspepsia, rheumatism, Catarrh, scrofula, dress goods, it will be the best of dress And all forms of goods economy to select from our stock. We've marked them at such reasonable prices, and the fabrics are so new and stylish that we predict an unusual sale in this stock. Cotton Plaids, Woolen Plaids, Cotton Serges, Woolen Serges, all kinds of novelties and Black of every description. Dependable Values. In the staples the items that it's always best of economy to buy of us. We have many new and excellent ideas to show you in Flannels, Blankets, Cotton Wash Goods, Bedding Materials, Sheetings, &c. WE NAME THE PRICE THAT WILL CAUSE YOU TO BUY THEM HERE. Blankets per pair 50c to $5.00. All wool flannel 15c to 35c per yard. Flannelettes 8c to 5c. 1 Splendid Shoe Values. OUR AUTUMN STOCK IS FULL OF BEST MAKES passed on to you at lowest margins. The shoe you wear, as well as any member of the family, will always prove best wearing and cheapest, if you select them from our stock. We wish to price you through this stock we want your shoe trade on a basis of best shoes at smallest prices. Men's heavy and fine shoes $ .00 to $5.00. Ladies, 90 cents to $3.25. Infants shoes, 25c to 75c. 1 YOURS FOR TRADE, flartfortl Wtthty gcwW. WnDNrroAY, Octohbk 5. Dhr IoLKHEAivr'n Swans Down. Hay Wall Taper of W. E..U.N. Ky. So, 6c, So, 10c and up. Big variety of Trunks, Valises and Telescoped at Fair k Co'a. Come to Carson iwiiipTSH ILLINOIS CENTRAL B.R. Beaver Dam, Ky. Time Table. Hiprefci Accommodation Accomtnoufttlnn k Co. for Dry Goods, Xttionp, Clothing and Furniture Fair k Go. Millinery is decidedly tho prettleht and most stylish in town. Will receive a .Meal jo-dacar-loa- d ... NORTH-BOUN- D. 4Ji S" . w . of Rawbono GAnaox k Go. of Ccntoitown, jxa freight . 1140 D. Kipreu SOUTH-BOUN- Xiprt" AccommotUlton Acroinniotlatlon Hiprcmi.. . . Ux!FilsM in p.m. called to seo us Monday. NP m Mrs. Annie Btool, Hartford, gave usa i:is.m plcaeant call yesterday. luyoa.m, a.vsp. in. Mr. A. L. Morton ia very ill at bis 4P ni roaldcnoo on Union itrect. 1UM p. til N yi Mr. J. II. Kirkondall, announci:mknts. Republican nominee forMasMrate InlheCtom wellMajEiftUrlalilUtrict. JlettpectruUyollclU your rote. Mr. Charles Rogers, of Elkton, visited relatives hero the first of the week. Mr. James Lycos and wifo,of Ilaynes-villoartboKueatof Mr.andMrs, A. e HEKSCIIEI II. TAYLOR Fate. li Use IoLBiinART's Bwanr Dowx, 800 Fair Mr. Joo Davie ami wife have taken rooms with Mrs. E. J. Hudson on Union mako three trips dally to nt Carson k Co'a. Beaver Dam. Lcato your order at tho bus ofllcc. Oood Bocks rto, pair at Fair k Co'a. d daughter of Oakson k Co. Ethel, the Mods Suits 3,50, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.Thomps, still lingers Oood pair Suspenders lOo at Fair k ' dangerously ill Oo'a. You can buy just aa cheap by Btago Oood Mcintosh Coat $1,110 at Fair k N. Farrieh, Owensboro, from W. E. Go's. as if present in person. Latest thiuir in Clothing at Fair k Tho now illustrated cataloguo of O. Go's. , F, Barnes k Co., tho Louisvillo joweb Beaatlfnl liuo Now Capes at Fair ors, is just out. Bend for one. Y k Co. for Millinery. 73o Jeans Paula itrect. Field k Bon throe-year-ol- k, Co'b. k k k k Odd CoaU a: Go's, Go's. Oood Go's. Go's. Yearn lor boya at Fair 23o. Lately liorjpf QontH Tie at Fair at Fair graf! Canton Fluumlfio 25o for liuiioa r titavy kuit Vest at Fuir Dret-- If you need a or Cape, fieo Car-eo- n k Go, Men's Overcoat 8J.5U to $10,00 at Fair k Go's. Best quality Corduroy l'liLttSSOOnt Fair fc Go's. f nobby In II U t Sonufeing new and " Tour doctor knows all about foods and modlolnos. Tbo noxt tlmo you boo him, just ask him what ho thinks Doctor Knows Scott's Emuislwi phosphttoB. Wo aro wUllng to truat in his answer. of CodIilvor Oil with Hypo For twouty-flv- o Careon k Go's. Good Buoop, cither men or womon, $1,00 at Fair k Go's. Bee Fair k CoV. liuo of Carpi t?,rng, 'floor Oil Cloth, Ac. lion. G. M, Uarmttuuil wifulmvo from Louisville. ' v Latest novelties iu Proa Good a ami Trimmings at Fair k Co. Got prices from Tho Kvuusvillo Flan-lntf Mill, Eupcnlaub k Jouann. B. M oso ley is moviop into hia Mr. J. brick residence on Maldon alloy. EiBupt. 2. il. Bhuitz id attending tho Louisville Medical University, g havo prosoribod our Emulsion for palonoss, woak-nos- s, norvous ozhaustlon, and for all disoasos that causo loss In floBh. Ita croomy color and Its ploasant tasto mako It usoful for thin and dollcato ohlldron. No othor proparatlon of cod llvor oil Is llko It Don't loso tlmo and risk your hoalthby taklnff aomothinff unknown and untriod. Koop In mind SCOTT'S thatstood tho EMULSIONa tost for has quartor of a oontury. f -- yoars doo-to- rs lly SC0TT& toe. and Si not all dru(litt. UOiVNE, ChtmUta, Nw York. continue it na a hotel and boarding premium with an allowance) of $50 for houso. Anybody wishing occommodfi- - furnishing the bonds. tionsin this lino will find a plcaeant Brlgge, Smith fcCo., GInoInnntl-8G- 00 homo with Mr. Stratton, who, together discuuut. Bcflfougood k Mayer, Cincinnati 317 with bis family, will use ovory effort to make their stay pleasant. Everything premium and 8300 to make the bonrtr. s Laraprecht Bros, k Co., Cleveland aud rates very low. When In Hartford, and hunting a good place to $275 difcoant. stop, don't forget the Stratton House Trowbridge it Co., Chicago par and furnish tho bonds. Mrs.Vaught's old staud, 39t4 W. J. Hayes k Sons, Cleveland The infant child of Rov. Coyle and 1 per cent discount. wifo died at Narrows, Ky., last Friday Mason, Lowis k Co., Chicago $275 night. Tho Httlo ono had been siok aud was thought to bo bettor, but uion discount, Tho bonds woro awarded to the second waking up in tho morning the parents found that tho spirit of their child had firm on the list, N. W. Harris & Co., passed away during tho night whon Chicago. they wcro not aware of it. Base Ball. IIARTf ORII II; I1KAVKR tiAU 10. On account of tho Knights Templar Much Interctt was taken iu tho game Triennial Conclave at Pittsburgh and mooting of the Grand United Order of of baseball which was played hero SatOdd Fcllowe (colored) at St. Louts, the urday between tho Hartford and Beaver Illinois Central railroad will sell round-tri- p Dam clubs. Both clubs had borrowed tickets to theso cities at ono regular players from a distance, although tho s fare. Tickets will bo limited Hartford club had moro homo men in it to ten days to return, Tho Knights than had tho other. In fact, tho Beaver Templar Conclavo takes place October Dam club had but onoBtaverDam man Impure blood 1014 and tho Odd Fellows, Octobor iu it. Thero was a crowd of about 300 peoploon the grounds when tho game 1808. was called at 0 o'clock. Beaver Dam Uhk Iolkiiraiit'h Bwans Down, . Marriage Hocdbo slnco our last re- was first at the bat, but was immediately Bond by stage to W. E. k I. N. Far-ris- port: R. P. Sorrels and Alice Grimes, whitewashed. Hartford next came to OwcnBboro, Ky,, for a good 8X00, Charles Shields and Willie Leach, Bon tbo front, but also failed to mako a ecoro. Gentry and Laura Fentress, Robert In the next inning Beaver Dam mado 83.75 or 35.00 Guitar. McCleary and Luolnda J, Johnson, W. Born to tho wifo of 11. T, Collins, last E. Cook and Ella Bennett, Herschel five scores. Then Hartford scored two, Thureday, tho 20th ult a girl, Dr. J. B. Taylor and Josio E. Patterson, II. as also did Beaver Dam. Hartford scored again and the visiting olub made B. Morlou, attending physician. K. House and Sasan M, Bickett, N. three more scores. Mrs. James Kowoaud little daughter, A. Dalton and Allio Huff, R. A. Along about this stago of the game Lubbie, visited relatives at Rendor, Wcsterueld and Julia A. Gillim, B. P. things looked very blue for the home Banderfur and Efilo B. Ward. Beaver Dam and McIIcnry last week. club. The Beaver Dam contingent was For best work at most reasonable Capt. Myers, of tho steamer Scioto, wild with delight and were unsparing in prices, patronize tho Richmond Steam will leavo Louisville for Hartford on their gays for tho Hartford boys. But Laundry, Clyde Wedding, agent, Hart- Wednesday tj enter the trade between in the sixth inning when Hartford came 37tf ford. Hartford and Evausville, will arrive at to the bat,tblngs took a decided change. Hartford about Saturday and will mako The home club scored four times, then Tho case of tho commonwealth against twice; tbo next inning was profitless for Elmer Berry under a bnibudy charge, two trips per week for tho next twolvo either side. Then Beaver Dam got anmonths, a contract to that effect having preferred by Elizabeth Wheeler, is now From the fifth inning been elgnod by tho merchants of Hart- other gooao-egon trial. ford, as well as by Capt. Myers, who to the cud.Beaver Dam filled to make a Mr. John Nichols, who Is attending will run on schedule time, hereafter score. Bnt the visiting club had gained so much at the start that tho latter part school here,visited relatives at his home to bo fixed. Patronage solicited. of the game was very interesting. There in South Carrollton hut Friday and Tho opening of tho magnificent build- was one man out when the last run was Saturday. ing of Messrs. Thomas Bros. last Satur- made,which won tho game for Hartford Mrs, It. A. Crowe and little daughters, day was a superb achievement of suc- by ono score. At tbo finish the game Mary E. and Oeorgle, left Monday to cess. The house was elaborately dec- stood as follows: visit relatives in South Carrollton nnd orated with bunting and flowers, a delSCORE Ur INNINOS. Glonville. ; a 3 3 6 7 8 9 icate lucoh was served and their many o 10 DbaverDau o Mrs. Amanda Barnott, of near town, friends who throngod tho building O O llAKTrOXD 3 I 14 2 0 t II returned homo last Wednesday evening wished for tho firm, who have so materirLATKRS AND POSITIONS. from an extended visit to her children ally helped the town and county by this Beaver Dam Rooney, pitcher ; Edsplendid building, great "good luck." wards, eatohcr; Campbell, to tho Wctt. lb; Buxton, "success in every re2b; Gates, 3b; Sloan, rf; Rendor, If; Dn 0. W. La ton, Hockport ; Judge Tho opening was a spect. Taylor, of; Doasett, as. Bon Kewtou, Buford; Albert China, Q, Hartford Pflanmiller, p; Zahner.c; 0, Shaver and J. B. Chinn, Bedn, called Rev. 0. W. Hesson preached at tho to pco us yesterday. Methodist church hero last Sunday Hcavrin, lb ; Humphreys, 2b; Walker, (R. D.) b ; Casebier, rf ; Wedding, If ; We see from a Utter from Capt. Frank morning to a good sized audience. His sermon was well delivered and of ex Boyce, cf; Walker, (0.) ss. 7fvfra tn .Trwlcn .Taa "P Prtrartn f hat tfin Mr. John Rendoraoted as umpire,aud Belotu will leavo Louisvdlo and. ceptional interest. Rev. Hesaon is de- his decisions were universally fair and voting much of his tlmo in the interest will reach Hartford about Saturday. of tho Lucile Orphan's Homo at Leitcn-fiel- approved, Wanted Twenty barrels New Sor Tho gamo was very pleasant from of which ho is founder and managhum, bright and clear, at 25a ger, lie is engaged in a noble work start to finish. Thero woro no unseemly Isaac Foster, Jr., and should have all tho aid and en- rows or wrangles and tho interest was Centortown, Ky. intense throughout. Both sides played couragement that can possibly bo well, although tho earned runs on the him. Sergeant W. E. Bennett, Co. G, (1th side of the visitors were not so numerInfantry, U. B. regulars, Fort Thomas, Mr. Charles Parrott died kst Sunday ous aa those of the homo club. The reKy., arrived homo list Thursday to at Denver, Col, where ho had recently sult was taken in good humor by tho spend a fow days with his mother, Mrs. gone for tho benefit of his health. Con- Beaver Dam clnb and they seemed to Btevo Duke. sumption was the disease which carried accept matters philosophically. Now A. T. Brown, Hockport I. M. Ben-not- him off. Ho had been in failing health that twodecieivogamesbave been played Buford; Bam Morton, Ccralvo; J. for quite awhile, and bis death will be and Hartford has come oat victorious II. Kuvkondall, Gentcrtown ; Ed Davi- no surprise to his friends. Charles Par- each time, the championship seems to be son, Ilito'a Falle, were among our many rott was a wholesouled, popular fellow, well established, notwithstanding the well liked by overybody and ho will bo vulgar bragging and challenge to bet callers Monday, groatly missed. His remains were in- by Beaver Dam's alleged newspaper, Field it Son havo secured aa extra in Cave Hill Cometery, Louie-vilfwhich pretonds to bo such a great moral stablo and now havo amplo room to ac- terred according to request. and religious organ. commodate all their customers. Tbo Tho members of both clubs conducted politest attention and tho beet of feed Tho little son of Mr. Porter Withrow themselves in a gentlemanly and courtefor your horses. died at tho residence of his parents near ous manner towards eaob other and wo Plaid cottons 4o per yard, ono yard Smallhouse Baptist church a tew days noticed no ill feeling. Our visitors aro wido factory Cotton 4o, Canton Flannel , ago under peculiar circumstances. Ho invited to come again, when they will 5 to 13c. Jeans any price. A good was seemingly in good health but on the bo accorded tho samo courteous though lot of OaBbmercs for making mens nnd, morning of tho day he died he announc- perhaps discouraging treatment as beed to his relatives that ho would dio bechtldrcus suits at Carson k Go's. fore. fore night. Dangerous symptoms did Waxtrd. Reliable traveling sales-- 1 not appear for several hours.buthosoon They Will Surely be Punished. man to sell a fnll and complete lino of became ill and died before three o'clock Haweivllle TUludealcr. Jubrlcitins oils and specialties. Good ' in tho afternoon. Several persons offerIt is remarkable that in one communposition and liberal terms for tho right ed to send for aid, but ho told them ity twenty rapists should be found party. Address Tbo Atlantic Refining that it was useless. Ho was about ton together as in Ohio county, and tho Co., Clorelund, Ohio. years old and a bright little fellow. good peoplo should soo to It that no guilIt will interest you to read tho ad. of ty man escapes. History has no parallel Hons. D. H. Smith and Chas. Blan-forIsaao Foster, Jr., tho Centortown merto St, and if that county does not rise up candidates for Congress in this chant. Ho is a sqoaro dealer, prompt and wipe out tho disgrace, it will always in all affairs, and it wdl pay thoso need- district, spoke at tho conrt houso hore bo considered a good place to move Monday. There was a good crowd in ing anything in his lino to call on him town and tho houso was comfortably from. btforo purchasing. filled. Each spoke an hour. Mr. Conference Appointments. Messrs. H, F.Taylor and Jo. B. Viok Smith led off with a splendid argument d The annual session of tho era havo formed a law partnership which won good attention. He epont Louisville Conference closed last week, whioh took effect Oct, 1, Those aro two about fifteen minutes in a review of the after a most protltablo meeting. There of our most able and popular attorneys Democaatio paity from its foundation, and thoir consolidation of interests and and came on down to the present, re- was a largo attendance and all tho deleabilities will mako an exceedingly strong counting tho fine achievements of tbia gates enjoyed a splendid time. The following appointments were made for this firm. great party. Ho bandied tho financial district: quostion in a masterly manner and Please notice tho ad of Wilson k Jones, 0WEXSU0R0 DISTRICT V, ELGIN, 1 E. Fordevdle, Ky,, in ibis issue They showed the fallacy of tho Republican OwoosborotSettlo Chapel... G.W.Briggs enterprising merchants and will position in this matter. Mr. Smith was Owensboro, Main U...J. P. Btnbblefield aro B. F. Orr treat you right They offer some rare immediately followed by his Republican Owenrboro circuit 0, F. Williams Mr. Blandford's epeeoh Yelviogton birgains,worth going miles to get. They opponent. Rome J. T. MoOormlck havo a mammoth store and every de- abounded in some good points, but was Calhoun W. F. Gashmau partment is fnll, not what bis friends expected. Tho Beech Grovo E. V. Dowell Silas Newton most of his speech was a personal attack Hartford Tho wife of Mr. Bam Slaughter died I. W. Emerson upon Mr. Smith, and his discourse was Haweavillo at her resldonco near Narrows last Wed...,A. E. Barrett Patuavillo mission T. V, Joiuer nesday night of typhoid fover. She mado up principally of this kind of argu- Cloverport J, H. Richardson loaves a husband an infant boy and ment. His main effort seemed to be Ceralvo Lewisport J. F. DoWitt a number of friends to mourn her loss. to disprove Mr, Smith's position instead Fordsvilln GraLt Reynolds Her remains wcro taken to Grayson of defining his own, Thcro were about South Carrollton J, 0. Brandon 220 mon present and the speaking was oounty for burial. Llvermore Ebaa Smith very well enjoyed. Roeioo B. Givan 0. Smith, ono of FordsvJllo most Ridgo T. F. Barbour Pleatant progressive young business mon, has Effects of a Hog-LaSenator Quay and Son In Jrouble. opened up a now gents' furnishing store lUwenUIe rialndcalcr.l It is will stockod with a Out of four hnndred and eleven hos Philadelphia, Oot. 3. Wanants at that place. handsome ltno of gents furnishing that roamed our ttroeta at their own woro ishned for the arrest of goods and tht establishment would bo sweet will three weeks ago,not one is to UnHid States Senator Matthew Stanley a credit to a city, be seen, nor can their present abodo bo Quay, his son Riobard R, Quay, as yet, by tho scent of their(8tato Treasurer Bonjomin J. Haywood Tbo Greenville Fair lubt week was a failure. Tho attendance was small tho pens, xuo people aro so ueitgutea witu aud Oharhs IL MoKee, of PitUburg, change thata tbo law will become law partner of Lieut, Gov. Lyon. They first day, tho second day rain ftll heavi- tbo general throughout tho county in No- are accused of conspiracy with John ly, and tho third day (Saturday) no at8. Hopkins, formerly cashier of tho tempt was made to have a meeting. Al- vember. PeoiJ 'a Bauk, to use public moneys most overybody who had anything to do Estrayed for their own uro. Hopklnskilledhim-tel- f with tho cnterpriso lost money. From my premises at Beda on the 7th last March, shortly beforo the Several members of Company D, day of August, 1808, one red oow.abont babk's failure. U naiiri stli Man atnr in tana ellf.titltf i Tkird Kentucky regiment who havo been lapped In right hip and will weigh about Men VOmon aad children who aro homo on a visit lately say that there is a t00ionnds. Anv information leading regular soramblo and almost a fight to tier recovery will bo tuankfnlly re troubled mti sores, pimples, etc, may fiid permanent relief iu Hood's Sarsa each weok when Tub Herald comes to oolvod and liberally rewarded. . J. W. HATonER. parilla. Tho boys are eager to get the 8314 hind. homo news aud they are always glad to Ohio County Bonds. Foupht With Corn Knives. get This Herald, Bids were received here last Batnrday Owjkosvjllr, Kt., Oct. 3. The Air, R. J. Stratton has pnrohosod and on tho now bonda to fund tbo indebted eleoMona for School Trmtocs In tbo moved into tho property in Hartford ness of the county. The total was $30, - ' varioun dUtrict last Britturiay caused formerly owned by Mrs, Vaugbt and 000, interest 4 per cent. The following more exotement than usually fol'ows run aa a boarding house and hoto), and wero tho bidders and tho oharactor of tbeeleitiou of OoaureasDian and with ' reoently conducted in this muonor by thoir bids: the returns which aro coming in to day Mrs. V. Yeiscr, Mr. Stratton will not Rudolph, Kleybolt k Co,, Cincinnati thero nre reports of several fights, ono I allow this houso to lose Its reputation as $77.50 premium, of them eorlons. N. W, Harris &0o., Ohlcago-fll- M). an excellent stopping place, but will In the Hharpuburg dltttrlct Capt. James first-clasUrst-clasA Ono Woman1 Word. Ml m m CLOSING-OU41 "Wo T SALE! fe consider Aysr's Pills the best In the world." Mrs. A. C. WESTON, 29 Pearl St., Laconla, N. H. Ford. havo bought tho Entire Stock of Goods from Stum & Wo do not want to move any of it and propose to All Womon'm Sell it at Prices Never Heard of Before Just to avoid moving it, besides wo havo not room for it and it MUST bo sold. This salo will begin early WidOm mmm SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 7th. 1898, Hickey and Col. L. R. Rogers, met about dark on tho evening aftor tbo election and fought with corn knives. And continue from day to day until everything is sold. Wo Rogers had one finger oot off and two havo gone through the stock and made calculations of exactly eorious cut in tbo arm and shoulders, what discount wo can stand on each line. Remember, wo and JHiokey received two long gashes bought tho whole thing at a discount and this is the reason In tho bead. Both of theso mon aro largo and powerful pbyslclally, and tho wo can name such fact that thoy wero too closo togothor to use their weapons effectively fs all thatsaved tbo life of ono aud porhaps Now then, tho prices named will bo strictly adhered to, beof both until friends could interfere. cause wo cannot sell them any lower. Thero will bo no cut- RIDICULOUSLY LOW PRICES. business. Tbo little son of Mr. Perry Coen died a few days ago of typhoid fever and was burled in tho Antiooh burying grounds. day. Mr. David Owen, of Pleasant Ridge, was in this vicinity one day this week on Sunday, Thero is a protracted meeting in progress at the Christian church of this place. Rev, Brandon is doing tho preaching. Miss Soporo Ashloy, of Taffy, spent last week with her brother, Mr. Elmore Ashley, of Adahhurg. Mrs. Bob Ford, of Philpot, is visiting her sister, Mrs. A. G. Weller and attending the meeting this week. School will open up at this place Monday tho 3d day of October. L. L. Elmore, teaober. Mr. John Davis and family, of Bart lett's, were the guests of tho family of Mr. Caleb Crowe Saturday aud Sun- ADAHBURG, KY. Tho farmers nro about dono Oct honselng tobacco and is tho order of the day. Mrs. Hosea Shown and sister Miss Anna Hickey visitod tho family of Mr. John Shown, of Beda, Saturday and 1. wheat-sowing ting or jewing iu this sale. Wo will give tho following discounts from the regularly marked retail prices on all goods in tho Stum & Ford stock: 50 per cent, discount on all Calicoes, Quilt Linings, Sheeting and Shirting. 10 per cent, discount on all other Dry Goods. 15 per cent, discount on all tho Shoes in the house. 20 per cent, discount on all tho Furniture, Stoves, Tinware, Hardware and Quoensware. 25 per cent, discount on all tho Dress Goods, Silks and Velvets, Ladies Sailors and Trimmed Hats aid Clothing, consisting in Odd Fine Pants,Work Pants and Suits for Children and Men. 33 J per cent, discount on all tho Men's and Boys' Hats and Caps. Good people, this is a chance of a life time. You can buy theso goods cheaper than ever heard of before. First to como will got first choice. Merchants in tho country around should tako advantage of Chis salo to buy a lot of Goods, because they CANNOT buy them of tho jobbers at any such prices, and any merchants needing Store Fixtures of any kind we can fill the bill exactly and at awful low prices. Remember the time and place and do not fail to come early. Respectfully, Sallib. Catarrh Cannot be Cured with Local Applications, a they cannot reach the Mat of the disease. Catarrh blood or constitutional disease, and tn '.order to cure It you must take Internal remedies. Hall'iCatarrh Cure la not a quack medicine. It was prescribed by one of the best physician In this country for years, and la a regular prescription. It U composed of the best tonics known, combined with the best blood purifiers, acting directly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of the two Ingredienta Is what produces such wonderful resulta In curing Catarrh. Send for testimonials, free P. J. Cmunev & Co., Props., Toledo, O. Sold by druggists, price 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. Wilson lb Jones, FORDSVJLLE, KENTUCKY. In 5250000 NOTICE! 4 to-da- Notice to Tapers. I havo a quart can filled with a mixture of Corn and Beans and for every dollar's worth of goods you buy at my store, you get a guess at how many grains aro in this can, and the ono that guesses the number or thb nearest to it gets a nice 1 t, I wish to notify all taxpayers of Ohio county to pleaso come forward and pay their taxes at once. Tho law requires mo to havo all theso amounts, in within a short time now, so pleaso do not delay. I wish to especially urge upon you tho necessity of promptRemember, my Stock is all NEW and I sell for CASH and ness. It is my desiro 0 collect theso taxes without em- can sell goods cheaper than most of houses. In addition to ploying harsh measure, and I this, will say I havo a largo stock of can do so if you will only favor mo now. STEEL RANGE,valued at $50. Stove on .Exhibition at My Store in Centertown, Kentucky. Bring your money and come to pay. S. T. Stevens, S. 0. C. Lost, At Hartford, Monday, ono black dog, one-haBhopherd aud other half our. Any Answers to name of Carlo. us to his whereabouts will be liberally rewarded. J. II. Likens, Jingo, Ky. 40t3 lf On Hand. Ladies, if you want a nice trimmed hat, como in and get it, and get a chance at this $50 Steel Range, for some " ono is sure to get it FREE. Respectfully, Millinery Goods Isaac Foster, Jr., CBNTEETOWN, KY. fifty-thir- w. y Ttiis cauue coming on to be beard on petition of Nat Uindley and moro than nineteen other citizens and legal voters of the Centertown voting distrust or precinct in this (Ohio) county having tiled a petition signed by them praying for an election in said precinct tto take tho senso of tho legal voters of said voting preoinct or district upon tbo question, ''8 ball the following species of cattle, hogs, sheep,goats, small calves and geese,run at largo in Centortown voting district," and the said Nat Lindlay, to., having deposited a sufficient sum of money with tho County Court to defray all the expenses of said election, and no exceptions being filed thereto, it is ordered aud adjudged by tho court, the court being sufficiently advised, that an election bo held for the purpose afore said iu said Centortown voting district upon the proposition aforesaid at tho next regular oleotion on Tuesday after tho 11 ret Monday in November, 18U9, on the 8th day of said month; and tho Clerk af this Court is ordered and directed to print ou tho ballots for said precinct or district for said election tho question, "For or against tho running at largo of bogs, sheep, goats, small calves and goeso in tho Centortown voting district," and 8. T. Stevens, Sheriff of Ohio oounty. is ordered and direoted to have suitable nqtioo of said election published in at least four issues of tho newspapor published In Ohio oounty having tbe largest bona tide circulation in said county and in the ono tirst published after this order, beforo the said oleotion ; and tho Clork of this Court is orto prepare dered and directed a certified copy of tbo potitlon herein and of this order and tilo thorn with the Clork of tho Fucnl Court of Ohio county on or beforo tbe tirst day of its next regular Ootober (1803) term. to-w- it: Nat Lindley, Ac, ) foiu f Order. A Stock Election, ) Notice! Omo Count Couiit. y?r UnipuiUd fUcitUUior LuctiUntf (IraJwUtt in I.ucnitU r A HANDSOME ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE OF THB i BYBNT&STinOKBDSINESSGOLLBE. 33rdYr.) LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY, TELEGRAPHY, PENMANSHIP, GonUilnt rufwiM Information to thou Utiring toZeam ETC. tiitwitU SHORTHAND, KOtOS VOty LOW wmm Why Suffer No Knife ! Amy ? of Business ! When DON'S COMPLETE PILE OURE is guaranteed to cure you . 1 1 ia tho discovery of aa eminent physician. No Interruption The first treatment brings immediato relief. It has cured thousands, and will cure you. lilt. T. S. WILCOX, prominent merchant, politician and chief of tho Chattanooga Firo Department, says: After years of suffering, DON'S 1MLE OINTMENT was recommended lo me. Tho use of one box effected a permanent cur. I voluntarily give yon this statement, hoping It will be the means of bringing your wonderful remedy to the attention of others suffering with piles." Price $1.00, Prepaid to any Address. CHATTANOOGA, TENN. A Copy. Attefct: M. S. Backhand, Clerk. I)y A. D. Husk ill, D. 0. This, October 4th, 1808. ELECTION NOTICE. DON CHEMICAL COMPANY, Pursuant to the above order of the Ohio County Court, thero will bo an Election in the Centortown voting District or product on tho next regular Election on Tuesday, November tho 8tb, 1898, to take tho sense of tho legal voters of said voting preoinct or District upon tbo question as to whether "ilogBt8uoop, goats, small calves and geeso shall run at large in Centeitown voting precinct or District." Folia will bo kopt open , from 7 o'clock a. m. until 4 o'clock p.m. Tho balloti nsod for tho pnrposo will bo tho fame that are used for tho goner- al election purposes on said date B. T. Btkvhns, Sheriff of Ohio County. This, Ootober 4tb, 1893. Wanted AGENT or BRANCH MANAGER SALAllYov COMMISSION. gar- V In ovory City or Town, on HUNTER TAILORING C0.S& rANTS $3.00 TO $5.00) Mado f Fit guaranteed nnd HAMn.KS AND 1U.ANKS fiKMT 1IY MAIL, Take The Herald. monts kept in repair for to SUITS $10.00 TO $40.00 siiiuts a mackintoshes. J Order (ono year freo" of charge. 4 , A V- - r -- r" r1 . II ii iinTirmfriirMl J'iMiAIh Mlurf' f lM4MmwmmAmiMm PCTT--f- c i MitMmnJtiii'iiii'Xifct ""1 gnvtfovd VwrffCiMtnii'i1iini"ii)tHI tl InHiWlHlinHWIH WMg grraW. CSSSSJS FOE SALE EVEETWHEEE SWEET CIRCUIT COUHT. Bicycle Race was ofnir;,r9 won,;, ,mvo JontnRvtX nmny Hon V T 0lKN, JiMjtc Ouinsboto, Hom I limtiN km. Attorney Oirctuboro, ix man, nut lie uui noi jook at tuo tiling Ims lliruiiKli Pusseiiiritr Trnlns nnd Piut a Cycle Horror Some l.tllrii'iit lioiihlo liitlly Scrtlrn from Clucln as an impossibility. Ho had no letter AX Ap;u!!VacikaiiaMroiU. nntiaud I,ouUtlIe to o Up sub Tllfc IlKRALti Is mailed iCRUlnti Capers Cut. paper, but lie did havo a big white silk M '";" ,riteiiol,it.,lllrlo,,ilt" ,UIlfl,,l, ctUiH until h definite order to discontinue It tectltcd nnd alt nruni me paid in full I Hit Memphis & Now Orleans handkerchief, and on this ho wrote her ' nu.uiio juhn s Kumit, iiuufi.t, u u llOH. II Ucillotl, Ct lltrl to II. TIkralii It fi per eir IT paid in ndtaucr, or WmUll, CtOlllWCll, For Infants and Children, within the car.f'tit nftcr the time has explud.flll Fans has icccntlycnjoycdn repetition in u cioar nlnfn linml n Iwianlif,.! I,,!!,,, court comen-- n ntM Momi.iy in Match ami In connection with the It O ft S W to I.ouli-viltrt tannics ntc Ji Mper cai. nml cnntlnuci Uucc btcyclo-rncof tho horror which ilescribim? . iu detail tho , onml, linllln nf AiiRt.l amiMajrnuil Novembci uctkn, week thtnl tions rcnihiiiK dltect or making cloe connecCorrespondence liilendeit fr publication or on Moiiuay In ... , . .. two ,, .. for ptlnclpnl point business connected with the office, to Injure uuiuigu, luguiucr wnu uim inp over u was perpetrated in Now York InBt win-toCOUNTY COURT. prompt AUeittlou,iiouiii be auorcsscu 10 uik Kind You Cuba. For an envelope ho turned tho I p Itiu kh. Jmlur Itmtforil SOUTH and WEST o IlKHAt.U Tho Parisians cut their wheel J M K uti.ANii, Clerk llnttuml. The teal liflineofthe writer should accompany down to a soveuty two-hoon Us rmn connecting linen, Including limit, onc"sho had sout her letter in wrong M.I. IIi.Ahin, AtluineyllHitrbHl ech communication, to I in lire publlcnllou. cent ' nud Jatksuu, Mivn llatou Rouge aud NaP Obituaries, resolutions of resect, Sic , one but tho conditions wero such that thoir side out, aud for tho postage ho used Coutlcoiivenea fiiht Momlay In each month, ' " chea, I.a , I. title Rock aud Hot sprlngi, Alk , "w'ifcjjih'ii '"'if ."Ti (or each won! oer 150 Cash with ntllcle fl iJUAHTKKf.Y COURT, Waco, 1'oit Wot til. PaIIrs, Houston ami Han sufferings wero greatly aggravated. Tho tho "soldier's priiligc," aud let it bo Money may ticmide by Remittance AVtlablcPicpdratioaforAa- - 9 Tex Ami other points 011 the Pacific "cKhnon the third Momlay iu Januaty, April, Onler Hrnlstered Letter. Hank Check or Prnft. Qiurtior Latin gives tho following com paid at tho other end. Such ingenuity July ami October. Coast It also has liuougli paseugcr Itahis and 1 sJmllAfl'o&f fat efficient double dally arrvlce from New OrCOURT OH CLAIMS as this is to be commended, and to reprehensivo review of tho affair: V leans, Jackitou, Memphis and points South aud ling (hcS taSms andDowm of Convene hrt Mumlav In lanuaiy ami Wcfct on its own nml cunnecllng lines to "Tuo recent three-daybioyclo raco ward him Miss Wilsford will have tho alltr the tontlh Momly in Oclohtr handkerchief framed and keep it hung HEARTRENDING in Pans furnished tho scnsation-lovinOTIIim COUNTY OFl'lCKKS. CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, Nat Mixik hnteor, llnttronl. Pariaiaus with about as mncli sensation up in hor parlor. ( Hu ai , AtMMti, Ke)nuM as they could comfortably ttoraach. A CHICAGO & ST. LOUIS on kot.i us, sihoul Hupt Hartford. s Eromote9l)fgcstk)n,ChccrAjI-ticamiJr (IKAM) (WIT lllHTltimillON, ARE THE CONDITIONS FOUND AT I, V Hunt, Coroner Sulphur Spring. more cruel aud ghastly spectaclo has andDcsfCofltaTas nnlLucr C. K Camphkli , I'ikjiIioihc krriwr, Jlmtfotd making dltect continuous with through ttalui 11111 Net nf.Mi Wur MrmorlrtlNiMiin Ale A MATANZAS. for all poiuta never beon witnessed in Paris. Ctaumtorphltu tiorMnaal. I OLICK COURTS. ftulutrl lr In i:rry rainlly "By tho second day tho competitors V II lUtnev Jmlge.S 1. Caulder, ItAKTfrOxi) Itillio Phltr.l Stutra. NORTH and EAST Minimi It I. Kclley. Atl y Cuuit held err had begun to show fearful traces of wear reople Awful Record of Stun ation 1'or ility tlfl) we'll Rive atvtoluttlv without vecoiul Momlay in each month IncludlngSt J,oti Is. Chicago, llutTato, PltUlmtg, V II. Austin, llKAVhk Daw. and tear, and bore, as ouo put It, tho cot a full m t oTx War Memorial SfKion to e Ju1k: Hen Cleveland, lioston, New York, Philadelphia, Ilal. Imperialism MeiiJltif; un ncuhonlcr for HotirhoM KummaKe. Live and Sleep in the Streets fatw sfCMZTSWVZLEKWl appearance of so many animated corpses eiy family nelectcl from ourcatalOKur.no matter each month Marshal Coutt held tirt balurday iv timoreaud Richmond Furniture; and other national questions of vast im-- 1 CuoMtt fctt J P Cooper, Judge, FinU .s01.11 vuvmhum: TltAINSI on wheels. Tho track was in tho open whether the ottler t tor it or fr.ooo Thin mean and Die as They Walk. portaiico are now before tho American that we're koIiir to aild hfty thou.itKt name to Lurdcti, Martha). Coutt held second Satuiday In TllltOIKlll PULLMAN IIUFFKT .Nl.KKI'- without the slightest shelter; and tho our list of pcrnianent customer We're Rodieto January, April, July and lctoler people. Public Opinion is tho only ING OAUSt to the Hamilton Piter lewder. Jm!ge, Um Krrtl cycliets rode ell day under tho fierce ttetnoiiftratethat It psy to enU directwlllcot fac held third TIUtOI'GII Fit lit! ItKCMMNO JmsV iii:a ddaiii hah; co.nti.mix journal in tho United States that gives ' beat of n blazing sun in weather that lory for furniture ThUdUtrlbutlnu thousands u MatthalJuly CourtOctoler haturday lu January thousands of dollari and make us and of Aptll sl &( tPIIAIU OAUS1 V Tilfcml M MadJui.JutUe.O Irieuda, all sides of all questions. Tho fall eleo-Kocki'ORT-- G was, perhaps, tho hottest and most Hach fpoon la of a dlffrreut drnlgn Vour tf S Mamhal Court held fitii Monday In January Partlculati of your local railroad ticket agent. ffcsSSvV tious aro almost upon ns uud they will cop l Ilaltlehlpm, tncludlne the 'Maine," bo Mi em In April, July and iKtutxi, fhrom of tuo season. Liquid food Camp lu Cutu, aud Motto Catle riRliteJ Special, ifyfS Kosink Jonathan Raley Judjie, It MorrU bo unusually interesting this year ns an cheap kind iutTettttd Marshal Thcftpoousare not Couit held nrt baluiday in cacl Apctfectltcmcdy forConstip-tlgt- i, Matanzas Cuiia, Sept. JS Special index of the attitude of tho country to-- ' was given them (in cans) as they rode extensively at fijoo to the 50 T- - 3R. They are month. Ji to causo no delay, and their brutal n Palkeraon, Juilge beit coin filter plate on a bate of pure Star Stomacb.Dhrrhoca, CkraI.o-- N J W Dispatch by Steamer t j Key Went, Fla. J ward the present administration aud its Courta held fourth Saturday nickel alher (not low grade braa) They will Rariett, Marshal Warns jEonvulsions .Feverish-acs-? goaded them on aud worried wear for ear aud become a prictlen heirloom lu Jauuaiy, April, July and Octolrr. Tiio Comal has come. Probubly there policies. Publlo Opiuiou reports tho accndLo&S OF SUER far future Keneratlons hcud for a copy of our them almost into desperation. U do city In the world that needs her JUSTICES' COURTA OWr.NSIIOItO, KltNTUCKY. catalogue 10 day Vou should enclose nitamp tion of all State conventions and gives W lclnnryi4 Ronk CliNTKklOUN "Ono poor fellow about tho sixtieth or two to help pav postage cargo of provisions mo re. yet none where press comment on all election?. In ad 17II.t practice his profession In Davlesa ad. May 9, Augut 21, NmemtH.r 14 7m Cifle lgnaturf Ql'AKF.R VAI.I.HY MIt3. CO , joining counties and the Court of Appeals tf ALLKN the conditions are snch that their equit- dit on to this, tho depaitmeuts of For- hour declared that ho had gone blind Sri.l IIIR ipeciai atleutlou glveu to collections Office MJ. Mi i? W Harrison Mi vet, ChkflKO Match j, June 1, heptemler !, December 9 uH Court Row able distribution will be more diMctilt eign Affairs, Social Questions, Science, from the glare of tho track, and seemed 11M.1..S KIN Ho MAS.iik March y--, Jun TTfew vpnrc. Good Roads In Breckinridge. o sepleniler and lAwuiter 2$. to back out. They quickly determined tlmn this second city ia Cubi. Letters and Art, uud Busiucss aud Fi- procured lOKPiVIl.I.l'.-- T A i:ANh Matchi.Juni tllrrcknridj;eNewa him a pair of green goggles, 3!ntnQZ4sf onco rich nrul prosperous i, September o, Decemtvcr ift. nance give i weekly digest of the best Itoad working Is. about over with iu CKOMUIil.t. I, I) Tanlok March v Jutu aud with theso on his nose ho wus soon presents h sud picniro of frlili&tSal fct 11, September 3, December 10. current contributions on theso subjoots. dying tbifl county. This 3 ear marks a now around thecourso again. Hero one sees the htretts The subscription price CONSTADI.KH. a year, is "Another chap descended from his epoch in road construction aud maintilled with sUrmp wretches who die si Hordsmllk- -J W Payne. PordiTllle, Ky. 3125 t six months. We havo undo a wheel for a moment in a stato rrACVfflinrfTsajrBAVEED. tenance in Breckinridge. Tho peoptr IiuroRi J, I. tTattou, Huron!, Ky. lit.il men to bury them. most too fast to of comK041MK W. J Stewart, Kulne, Kjr. special rato for trial subscriptions of 25 !-plete collapse. II o was stripped of all havo awaked to tho fact that good roads CROUMML I H. Dennl.Cromwetl.Ky. Here one lluds warring political factions " FJKTU AVTtNUU 1IOTRL. TMt CCNTAUN MMMNT. NIWTORR CITY. cent for three months. Sample copies clothmg HARTfORU J N l.nnham, Hartford, Ky. whose partisanship is bo bitter that it and hid upon tho grass (tho aro tho highwafTof progress and tho LOCtaVILLJC, XV. H and cards for mulling coins sent on re-- 1 public were too much TOWN TRUbTKKS. overwhelming sentiment in favor of imPot i Hotel In the World. has prevented them from making any interested apparJ K bean, Geo Klein, J A. Thomas, S K quest. The Public Opinion Co., Klrctrlc Klcvstor. ently to bo shocked over a trilling inde- proved thoroughfares has been fruitful Cot.A. D. While effort to relievo the awful suffering, prepiKHCAiiriiUMaDciitr. H Hj 12 Attor Place, N. Y. corum liko this), and there subjected to of good results. Tho county magis SCHOOL TKCSTKKS. ferring to dovoto their energies to blamtrates, road supervisors, and those nho W G Hnri'Mek. Woodbnr) TlnIey, V II rough massage treatment. When placed Will find it to their advant- ing ono another for its existence. I) K. Thomai, J p. Morton S on his feet ho collapsed again, and his havo worked tho reads have put forth Mauiy, J. Glenn. FEARFUL RECOIID OF STAnVATIO.V. Tto fond You Hats Alwys Bacstt RKI.IGIOUS. Bwi tb age to lay in a supply of TaA their best efforts to improvo tho condihead sank hopelessly on his breast. That lUrriSTCHCHCK Senicri second Sunday In Meauwhile.tho reconcontrados fctarre. 11 a m. and 7P bleware now, while prices on Twenty-fiv- o ho seemed more fit to fill a hospital bunk tion of tho county thoroughfares. Money each month, atThursday cicnlnft. m 1'rayei thousand of tbom began Her J meetlnz eery &IMiidiugham, Tator Fine Quadruple jsilvor lated "Ware are so low. than to finish tho race was apparent to has been spent liberally but economiin this city on January of congregating South-M SIIa K Cnrat-li- , Newton all but his trainers wero resolved that cally in every district, toachtovo theso Pastor Serricra third Sunday In each month at Inst year. A month later they began to Aguinaldo's Historic Parallels. 11 a m.and7p m. ami fourth Sunday at 7 p. in Tree tuition. We give one or more free achol. ho should go in again. Several vigor- results. So far thoro has been tho live- Prayer meeting ivery W eUnoday erenlng. dio from hunger, and have continued I rom the BaUlmoie Sun trahips lu ctry couaty In the V H, Write us. Tea SeK $11 to 2."i; Salad Bowls, 1 to 80. liest satisfaction on tho part of tho taxdoing so over since. Between January, SUCRKTSOCIKTIKS. tuition Aguinaldo, who appears to be better ous blows on his back partially rovived payers for the benefits they havo derivPositions, orWill accent notes brIn bank to $7.50. A O V W meets every necond and fourtb Birry JtowK tf I to SU: leo 1'itrliore, can deposit money 1S97, and September, 1893, 10.0GO per- posted in history than in geography or him, and, though still speechless, ho Saturday night until iMilIon Is secured. Car ed through tho Improvements. They ktitt(hu of Honor 10. C'andelnnibrum, Lemonade Pitchers, 2.50; -; was carried to sons Imvo died in the city of Matanzae, iu political scJoncp, makes a good tare paid. No rmt a sorry figure his wheel, lie presented reatizo they havo got their money's Saturday nlchti meet every first and third Suarctntood teratany time. vacation- - l.n f'ndrr rtatonabU forNrth SO per cent, of them, uccording to docas ho was lifted on tho Claret .Jug, 2.50. Chnllini,' Dklu.. $;!.") to onJtttont meeilng of Hartford I. oil Re No : V forewhen ho asks what would our staled seies. Cheaplioard. 5enJ(or At (fee catalogue. Maoni,first .. tors' certificates, from starvation and fathers havo thought if, after helping to machine his head still drcoplng, his worth and tho taste of gcod roads they AllA brethren are Mondav n(((hl In each month tddrcuj. V Urauuuo.n,Illustrated cither plat Jinking Dishes, 1.50 to 7; Butter Dishes, 2.50 to Si invited to attend regularly preat, at already have, has stimulated an appettto G M Ucan Secretary M nothing else. I iketu free these colonies fiom the British knees each swollen intoagigantioshaie-len- s Cake Basket-- , 2 to s:; Svrup Piteheis 1.75 to 3. Roujch River I,olge No no Knights oi Tbo outlook for good road ball. His trainers ran along with foro more. I obtained these figures from tho edi- yoke, Layfayelto and tho Trench had l'tfna Meets at l he Hall cordially1 uendai Bread Tray-- . $2 to 4; Pieklu Cnstore, 1.75 to 3. Milling Hrethren arc mght intll tor of El Correo, one of tho principal proposed to "retain" the whole or part him for twenty or thiity yards,and then work next season is very bright. Hjrd. C C Jno 11 Wilson, K ol 1. W ed ...... nc i .i spoons. .i Also a full lint of Knives. Forks and newspapers here. Ho compiled them of this conntry, or even ono of our chief,1" mm K' ror "everai minuses P"mm 4 R 9 Ku.kprt I.olg No 31 H t M Meet USHVIUC, UNI., CAIVLSTOKANO TEUrKAHA, TU from registers, civil and Spanish, of tho cities-Bos- ton, borelwdy from side to side-- as Now York or Philidel-!swervei- 1 tegularl on thenrstand third Saturday night Hookkreplnf, 5horthanJ, Typewriting, etc. a drunken man-- all registers of vital statistics. Ilcre are pbia-- at that time? but falling onco or in a(h month thorough, frctteai and rotrexti pret Morton Vot N t G A R Mreta .he mast the kind In the world, and the some additional quotations from tho twicc nnd catching himself in a most Sunday attturt ..hails of tai ar snloidav regti fitt For Infants and Children. The morality of tho proposition in faihamttfit ones lu the South. Indorsed bylnk hall at iltk p m I uui t.uemher t ra ra, merchants, ministers and others, four samo source: vor of "homing on" to the Philippines! Brotesquoaudsurprisingmanner-the- n. mandet J i. thamlt n Algt Ateks lu Itookkeeplng with us are epul to Total deaths in Matatzas m 130 l,4iT. is very liko that of the finder of a pock-,- 3 tbonh "Gaining consciousness, ho The Kind You Have Always Bought 501-50- 0 welvewrekaby the old plan J P. Draughon, WEST MARKET ST , LOUISVILLE, KY. resident, is author of Dranghon's New Svvtciu Total deaths in Matanzas in 1S00, 2,m etbookinthe street who would seek to bSn to brace up, and suddenly rode Bears tho if Uookkcepln. 'Double Ilutry Malc liy " CATALOGUE SENT TREEa mtMWJZZMW-XlM'- a ' hen I left two boors il deaths iu Matanzas in 1897, G,7(V. e ail. Tot Home ttujy. We hire preparrtU for home justify his "retention" of the find by straight an tuJy looks on liookkeeplnc; penmanship and During tho last tbreo months of last saying that the owner was a bad fellow later,' tho person, added who was giving Signature of ihorthand. Write for price list "Home Study ' i NERVOUS, WEAK, .r .. j j j. ....- t. nfitPMVMWl .il T. year 3,578 persons succumbed to hunger. or a spendthrift, aud that ho, the finder, us an account of tho affair, ho was go- r..i. .. .T..T..W .!..!.. ..7 Cxtract. mop DRAfoiiON- -I learned tok. inmhiii iMMniHiHiiiiiiiifliiiiHiiiiiifrTMiifinHiiiiiin,iiiniinJiiiiiiiniiiiiii"ja Jfl.' Ul.,..tll. ' A Few Comparisons. xeei4nffat home from otirUuks, while hoUllng k2 J In Januury of this year Gen. Blanco's being a moral and religions person, ing in to beat tho band.' ijositfon as night telegraph operator" C It mpw a Lantern niQr-AQP-n (Boy "As in tho six days race in New York, Government sent hero a few thousand would know how to make much better nrriNouELi liookkeeper for Oerbcr& Picks. i5 i Wlwlcsnle Grocers, South Chicago, IU. Tenuycon could takea wortblossshoet UIVbnVLU pesos to bo distributed by tho officers of use of the nwney. the participants in this Parisian horror MtHtun tKit tKJfitr uhxn .) all went out of their minds before tho of paper and by writing a ioem on it tho army among tho suffering. This NO NO PAY finish which, of course, greatly lent to mako it worth 35.000. Tbat'a genius. T; relief caused tho death rate to fall to 554 Till .VH .v MMltn.iTIM tTMRVT : .. " . ? " ;:. :.. r--' During tho blockade Beui the for February. ) Nb Kind You Have Mars Bsrrt tho interest of tho event as an athletic Yanderbilt ,can writo a few words on a 1 f ongiLai tttin i'tb. i a i wni on Who uses Iglehenrt's Swans Down ti 'Iv curt tun tr Ut f mi f ki'ird r CJtnpctition. One of them thought ho sheet of pa per and mako it worth $ months it was less thau 400. In August Hr-Zt- f 5 ) r . i Sexual ln It it the mult f s Flour is always sure that her bread rf. 1 LVr was climbing a steep hill, another that 000,000. Toot's capital The United l yean' xpfirnf m hr treatment of it rose nzain to 50'1, and for the first fifK S--H 5 jr when it comes from the oven will be feathery tuerc (iscLS. States can take an ounce and a quarter he wus dying of hunger, etc. Puher, teen days of September the deaths were right and as white as the flour from which it The Soldier's Return. 203. These fignres speak for themselves. conspicuous among the crew of lunatics, of gold and ttamp upon it uu eagle bird WE CURE SYPHILIS is made. A superlative patent flour, milled and thewords "twenty dolUrt." 1 hat's Ca rem, and obtained and all s t Tho illness iu Matanzas bears "Didn't your sifter object to all those suddenly sprang off his wheel, and l Thii terril'to Puihn. the terror ft on the very finest winter wheat business conducted (or Modihatc Fcca. rtf innkinl Virld rend)l ! e ur Nl foro any ono could interfere had, monk-"M- v money. A mechanic can take tuo materkissing you?" them out. lOunOrnccitOrpoaiTCU.S PATCNTOrrici llewaro .f Mercury, IM1AI ' run up achestnut tree. 'I want ial worth $5 and mako It into a watch LIVE INI SLEEP IN THE hTHKUTS. sister? Sho was busv kissini: Putatb. etc. lhtr mur ruliMiur vitein 'uu nttauHkUii luttiit w t9 uwi umh mww Jrcmote from Wathiof tcn. If you hairiln thotuuuUt r tongue to eat chcbtuuts,' ho grinned, and it was worth $150. That's skill. Tho merFully half tho reconcontrados havo other fellows." ttafru in tho 1 Miita, tore thiuat. hair or an. We advUc. if ratenuUa or not. fr of evebrnwi falling unt piuiplor tlulent" only with the greatest difficulty that ho chant can tako an article worti 5 cents no suciter at mgut. lucy live anu charge. Oar fee not dua till patent Is secured. ftomarh dtiarigeint ut. pure eye, heed and soil it for $1. That's business. A From Poverty to Wealth. gotten out of his perch. A paypMirr,HowtoObulnPatcamMwIth wus sleep in tho streets. It is almost imposnd a ry ttace acbef, etc . ymi hate the 'cost vt sjuuc in tbe U. S, aad fucija couxums; Wo elicit tho of this IM'Khl poiron. lady can purchase a very comfortable IHanesville Clarion sible to walk a block in the heart of tho !cat free. AJJreis, ehtltetige the tuort iib'liuato rare, anl I is the sweetest, the mot wholesome and the most economical bonnet for $5.00 but would rather pay Fifteen or eighteen years ago thero t fv titalinent worll far aruM) we city without seeing some wreck of a huWeak Eyes Are Made Strong. and cannot run. lly our trratmenttho - . r Atl-- fur 4 of cnhl frfnnor'i ? if lib r thot Tho $15. That's fooliehncss. lived at Utility, this county, a widow VTW VUMb VW HViM U'it man being too weak to go further, lying ulcers heal, the hair gn w a tain pains dim vision made clear, styes removed Off. (!innTnr...iliaalini IxtMimp hcalthr. and works ten hours a day and shovBROS hvanwlle, Ind. on tho sidewalk, gasping and moaning. who hud but ono eon, a small boy. Tho and granulated lids or sore eyes of any . i .1.1. ...! . .f r 4' iuj iiu,q ia cvmuie uuu rain minTMMitnHitRiminimiiH'rjMMitfmim half skeletons themselves, family possessed no property of any kind kind speedily and effectually cured by els out three or four tons of earth for Mothers, CURES GUARANTEED W crouoh with childron under worth mentioning, and as tho boy grew tho usoof Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salvo. $1. That's labor. But tho country DR. L. D. tho shadow of tho arches at tho palace, be showed no especial adaptation to busi- It's put up in tubes, and sold on a guar-ante- o nowspapur man uorka3G5j days a year T. Thouranliof mnx and inlJJle.agfd BW men hmo their twur nl Ulalliy fapiti. and getg nothing but a cussing. That's begging centaos of tho soldiers, who ness. In fact, ho was known as a bad, by early abuei, later eirewc. mental PRACTICC LIMITED TO by all good druggists. tf worry tc Nn matter tho catife. our well it's tho truth. lazy bo3. Ho grow to young manhood DI8CASCB OF TMC dnvo them away. New Method Treatment U tho refuge and lived for a short timo in Hawesville, DEAD PICKED UP IN THE STItBETS. EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT. New Beaver Dam Hotel, js'iijii! rous UWECUREIMPOTENCY Republican Harmony. Five or rix drop dead in tho streets but finally left, and his existence had N. I). Morgan, Prop'r. 601 UFFCN riRST STRICT, (bt Loula Republic LL Andrcitoronll parts Id a normal couJi every day. ThcJfirHtdutyof tho "Guar-d- been forgotten by nearly all. First-clas- s e In every particular. tnertnr CVANSVILLC, IND. Colorado has two Itepublioau tickets W tioii. Ambtiioii. life nndliiiurelf aaro iHys since, a Uawesvillo man A few man Civilea" in making thoir rounds in newel, nnd ino ftfU of tho traveling public solicited. r Ty rare is irwimi mm tho streets each morning is to look for was walking along tho streets of Chica Would bo glad to havo till my old In tho field. One man was killed in tho Tineii. vidua heiieoour wonder Homo comforts riot precipiatcd between tho followers ful iiicceM. Vo mat tor Hhal nili you man, when "lends 6top with mo. tho bodies of persons who died during go with an We enn fur comult ui connJcntlall) of rival candidates at tho nomination .lopped in of a 6ky tho Wt Imiitl to tho night. S-nlli bank wo clann, Kuoxantio tu actum CoXoxtK convention. pllcb what children follow you scraping building near Siege!, Cooperate Thin, S. D. Moiioak. In Wisconsin tho Republican convenSi Go's, saying ho wished to show him through tho streets in droves, pointing CURED tion split in twain and tho minority to their moutuo, and crying, "Bread, through a nice building. Tho first floor Wrote on His Handkerchief. Wo trrat an! enr ' departure for home, faction took its VAHirocl.M,, (PIIU.IN M.KKT bread." Despair is only hidden by tho contained a saloon and a restaurant and ibowUdk Green Time v IIHKM V.8Ft'lli:l niiui n IirNVVUfltAli PIMIIMUI o. Miss Myitle Wilsford has a sweetheart swearing to bo avenged on tho Ides of li frii"i' darkness of tho night, which is now in- it required probably fifty waiters to at November. j;s, KilNhYBii. I UliMIii'Ul'iPrn" tensified by tho absence of any street tend tho surging crowd. This building worth having in Mr. Ben A. Yates, a nio: jju:i;. JllJUk'S In Illinois Tanner and his crowd aro TUVA' If unahto ti call, virltn for worth W.OOO together with its gold- - membor of Company E, Seventeenth illumination, for tho municipality has &7qSJI0.MK PLANK OPKMION for Ut-3 being moro blttorly abused and antag no money to pny the gas and electric en business, was owned by a man who' Ohio, but who lived In this couniy all TltUATMUXT. party m" companies. tho hotels, lamps and also owned another near the Auditorium, of tho early patt of his life. When tho onized by members of his own In l&Sa?7 W 3KH. with its business, and just as valuable. war broko out ho was In Ohio and at than by the Domocrats, whilo among candles furnish the only light. Indiana Republicans thero havo been A fast and eay ride in the mot comfortable vehicles. All Poly Dupco was the penniless orphan onco enlisted in tho first company ho ONE BOWL Or hOUr A DAY. KLTB OltEAM HALM Uft posttlvaonr. Apply Into ths nostrils. Itl'nlcklyabioebed. 10 stock well cared for. Your patronage feolicited. worth nearly camo across. But to our story. Tho quarrels and bolts in many of tho coun Sonora do Armastho wifo of tho Civil of Utility. He is 122 W. St., cnta at Dmegtsta or by mall ; samuhM loc. by maJL ty conventions. Govornor,maintaius at hor own expense a quarter of n million in Chicago and it young man while in Santiago rooeived ULY PltOTHKlW, 60 Warren St. Mew York CI. CINCINNATI, O. Tho faithful aro having a hot timo in a letter from Miss WiUford.of tbijeoun- a small kitchen in tho rear of tho pal- has all been mado in ten years, New York between Phttand unti-PJaace, whero about thiity starving families ENTPREE factions, with tho Independents ar ono bowl of soup daily, I witreceive ranging themselves in column formaSo hungry nessed tho iceno to houBokoopors ) gBsVc.'-9Sg- l tion to mako ready for a PARKER'S wero tho stnrviug wretches that when BALSAM HAIR brsatiC Us bslt. carricl (vcr from ISO? must bo tho first bowl was dipped out of n big A wellt-d- o Rhode Island lady, who looks after the suk of her aty, writes to fight. Cltuwa sad Liebig COMPANY'S l'rotnous a lastirUM rrolh. Seeds of discord wero pUnW'd in Con- gKPjsS Dr liar tman vf her Aractii at exfiettcme with Peruna. il Orsj sacriiiced NOW. New High kottlo all rushed for it, struggling, fightsl Htsier rails to UestoraColor. to Hairtcsip its Youthful fsllmg. necticut Republicans Jut week whon Cuns ditfK bilr s blessed with some good (irade, all styles, be.4 equipment, ing, liko a pack of hounds, shouting: ?&& ACR Extract of hamuritans. Mrs. Llzzlo tbo President's oouu&tler and friends lTgctl 'First for mo, I am huugriett." lmmtntutt, .0.75 to $17. had his picturo turuod to the wall by M. Brewer, of 150 High But theso two efforts to rohovo tho .HS?r wheels late models, all makes, hungry, creditable as they aro to tho EaU.k ptasaad flrua. St., Westerly, It. I., U a tho convention, while Deacon John ; to noblo votuun who devotes a great deal of time and money Wanamaker has headed a revolt against Pi. Wo ship on approval, originators, aro only liny nilles in tho ENNYR0YAL PILLS tellitiK Low to propartmany dell WVsUrly. GentOae. ben for UrlCf I without a cent payment. Write for bargain list and art cata- cloud of hopeless wretchedness that has fl7ll ''WfW to caring for tho alok of one of M.o hau Mrongc&t Boss Quay in Pennsylvania and led off cato ami dclickua dteh, srr. sivs; U4 !, umu uk ruisLM. Ky CIP4M(r'f fteveral years lrs(gfM bin a largo segment of tho Republican votcMJ aiatsJUa J ihwhf Is UM sod foth logue of swell UH mutlcN liicyclu fiee for season to advertise long settled down over Matanzas. Address, Ukuio Co., P. O, Ilos a;iV New York friends, and under dute of March 17, 1896, tho ers to tho support of Dr. Swallow, tho S.sesJrwl wits btgt ribbon. TsLa m cpr la other. tlfudimorvttitfitv writes tho following letter to Pr. Hartman, independent candtdato for governor. them. Kider agents wanted. I. earn how to earn a bicycle and iwmdtmitmm4 AiUrsfiiu,trH044f, 4 Mrtloslvs. iMUaoaUli Columbus, O., tho originator of Why They Kick. J, L HEAD CYCLE CO., Chicago, HI. make money. niur r.r I Jt41r." m ur, br rtrm They aro quarreling in Massachusetts, (Chlcajfo Tlmia Herald ) nsii. MVtVuv Your welcome ndvlco is at CktrbesUrCkcuaoallV.lladUn iMncn. : wlwn Maryland, Wb.lo In 844 br au tbsalDrsisuu. H r8 "Whilolwasin tho barber's chair," JJW a f U l'lULAUA.. 1'A VU1U uu said tho man who had jtut beon there, cnjoyoconsulUnjrso renowned a nhyslcian i'i""'w uuukuk . O, W. RAOAN, Send your orders for JOfl, L.T1BBS, mt yourself, always receiving such prompt rcfiulnr Kilkonuy cat ospetlouco boI' L. VHUIX HDWIN ROWK.. ,it raado mo think of mother." und siitlsfuctory replies to my questions, tweon tho AIoKUnon anil IIhuuo d Tho listener said that ho did not sco HOTEL ROWB S. FELIX, RICHMOND what umaes mo most h that this L. Sasli. Doors, Blinds, Flooring, any connection between tho two subM it .su 1..1 uuuuiiujcm uiivr tur , ..11 utiiuu .llODH ntui Inp; certainty, free of charge. jects. J Tihlis, Itnunn Ceilinn, Weatlierboardino, God Alone Knows. have learned thatyouhavo become "Well, tho recollection oamo ai tho T1V WmmifMmmvm to thousands and thousands of New Yomc, Sept, 28. Anions tho pas i You Cornor Main and Wator Btroote, barber was washing my face. JIAKTFOUD, CY. Laths and Shingles households the fatnu beneficent bengerewhonrrlvedto.ilay on thoBtcam know that no man wash en his faco liko Will prnctlct i the Courta of Ohio county Kuldu and adviser that you aro and Court of Ar P"Ms prompt attention cUeii to KYANSVILLE, IND. cr City of Washlnctou from IJavaua all Im Blurt tilriiftt r,1 In nnr rrm rttKr In To me. J can save you some a barber docs for him. Thero is so no to my household. . . rrr: nuuciinf - l- t 'As for your free books, I read udo SJi uuoo ivnnAtn cvuiuuirv vi mti ,17."ana tn v:.., ;,"""thing artistic, soothing, uud, abuvo all, jjuxvaVf Most Curneuleiit toull IlotiU.Btrrat money on all kinds of them overyone, and treasure their Cuban antonomiet govornuiout. so gentlo ubout tho way tho barber Car iiimI H.IC, DpoU, building material. contents ns the choicest wisdom, I Dr. Cougosto was asked a to tho confools around 3 our fuco, aud you otnnot in my family I have used lain? w?jt FAv i Mrs. Lizih M, UnnwEK, of tho reconcentradop. FlraUClaas in Every Particular help thinking that he has a tandor confor over four years. I find it a euro dition "There aro uo rccontrodos now.M ho, nil catanhul niTerttoiis so common in this part THEODORE E. RECHTIN, sideration for your feelings. It mado euro foreold at once; thero in no couli medlcluo that can atof tho country. ; It answered with a tmile. IVni-naull equal oures a "What has becomo of them?" wstt tho hum r 7th X Iiiulu StrrtU,i;JiiiltIo, Jinl, mo thluk of mv mother becauso sho ns for la ifrlppo thero Is no other reiiu.dy that can at all compare with washed my face bo differently. lu iniMlIctil journals and from tho trstitnony of my neighbors that tho next question. I uotltu "I saw my sister washing her boy's doutors heeiu (pilto iinsucces&ful In treating la grippo, especially In removing "They're gono." "Where?" rREUt $ao.oo INQOLO. face tho other day, and sho did it just the after eltects of la grippe. 1'rom pcrbonal observation In many cases I know Dlcycle.aold Watch. Diamond "God knows," that isn sikre speclllc for theso enncs. I am among tho sick a great "Do you moanwas tho reply. aro all 1'or sale by 1 11. klnir, or VM116 uraujchoira a l'rSchoUrahlp iu liko mothor,so I think it is a trait transto say thoy wim.iams. Hartford, kv.. deal in our city, and have MinpUed muny Invalids witli simply becauso act leal uusineaa who will test your eyes, free College, Nashvtlle, Tenu.,or mitted in tho female lino from countless I am enthusiastic in my fnith as to its results. I hao never known it to fall to dead?" Tezarkana. Tex., or a achot. probably explains it bottor "That generations. Firfct, sho got a rag and pilckly and permanently remove that demoralized state of tho human system reputable business col than lean. It isaanbject whioh I pro- QnKanuKo .wa l-r-. rJLJLXn arshlp in most any other the IT. 0. can be secured lege or literary school lu wet it and then applied n perfectly wtuch follows in grippe .'V rtt TVftnlfiikknB nniiHnt tntvtif cay T ntn siirn flint, rmntli irMnplu nti lOT UOt tO (1160U68. ly tlolnira Utile work at home for the Youths' Kn riiKis superfluous amount of &oip. Having Journal prottlh iu good riiMiltfj tho action of I'o - ru - na. It meets all tho bad symptoms ' Whon askod aalotbo establishment JT'R'RATj'D IHIfl . f?Pf tllO Advocate, au Illustrated It II elevatiug In character, moral la tone, and . -- -' caught the boy, sho pinned him firmly to which females are suliject. The Irregularities aud nervousness, tho debility of a now navy for opuju, xr. uouyofeio icuaiiy imcresunif anu prohuble 10 voting people, but read with Interest and profit Ay peoand misery, Mhlch Allot more or less tho wpracn from girlhood to change of between her knees took a UGW8 ple of illini, etoriea and other iuttTesrinK "Spain is still 0 great country, and IttteSt and nil met nnd overcome by your excellent I wish k.2STID HDEIjICIOXJS-n- . around his neok with her left arm aud life, are ono lady In our cltycnuld . ss, "ii inuiuaicu. 6nin Die conies sent tree. every 3ung read your book ' Health and lienutyf Apy sho ouaht to havo a great 'navy and Agents wanted. Address YoutU' Advocate Pub, FKNDKICII. Maker, EVAX8VILLH INDIANA. then laid on tho rag. Tho process was one wishing to Inquire of niu further can do so by enleoslng n Atnmp for reply, probably wiiu1 Vo., Nashville, Tcuu. (Mcutlou tlil4pair.j bcvenly-Two-Ho- ur "' i ?M GASTQRIA Always Bought WkDN1?"DAT, OCTOllPK 5. The Have 1 e Bears the Signature of AW Tho down, zigzig and in circles. She seemed to to think that his fnco was ft plain surface, and nil poitubcrancci were ignored "When tho snap hud been sufficiently rubbed, in the rag wu ringed and bin ffico win dried, tho motion being evict-ltho samo as tho cleansing. During tho CLtiro operution'tlio boy fought nud howled, and when released rau away in a rage. My sister did not expresn any surprise or remorse, and answered my iuquiring look with tho remark that 'boys always hato to bo washed.' "then I recalled how I nscd't) howl Memory and fight over being dim, I had imagined that it nroso from boyish obstinacy, but I know now that it was u disliko tj heing fckiuued alive, oboy would kick at haviug barber wash his fucc,and it will bo a happy tiny for boydoru when the mothers tako lessons fioru tho tonsorial urtibt." y THE RIDERS WENT MAD. , thotimoMr. xrvtes had neither letter. 'paper, envelope or stato "'? 0Dof OHIO COUNTY DIRECTORY. inoisWralllll i 1 six-da- y o r. tor-tur- Vicka-bur- , Turn-da- s' g 1 1 -- The fF llf Kind Couritr-Jottrna- J paco-make- rs nt tt You Have VrroitNEY HATES. at Law, Always Bought. SPKIMlS-CllKIHTiiril- ) ijTlEa y contrn-cliction- CASTORIA t - I H H HOUSEKEEPER o CASTORIA. Ke 2.0 O'-e- &3 11 Drauhon Prnctlcut CASTORIA Jewelers and Opticians, -, iHt' i.-" -- ''. - 1. ih ltMolw .. fefe ft Br a whnater j lllblll 1 - OASTOIIIA. CURE' I rnn "' &&CrS 'Jim 9 ill wX HgrAilHtvllV ' Trade-MarkPat-cn- to-da- y ls Swasas Down Flour V- IG1M T " itn V tlilf fc ditch-digge- ifj C.A.SNOW&CO. BROSE, I fn sad-face- d FIELD & SON, LIVERY STABLE I ro-l- I wnn-face- d W & tfg&hlj" NEWTRANSF ERjLINE Between Hartford and Beaver Bam. j 250,000 1 wWm. JJJMVs . ori$ va sever es- CoU Kennedys Kergan Fourth liU v. ead y tt 7.000 BICYCLES Mrs. Brewer's Humane Work. three-cornere- d UMANITY oook Bf book- - feSif. yM vvw prlXi ti fac-An- kimmmmmmmHxs. LAWYERS. .. S JroV. ..- x t.a i.- a YOUllff People ii I k"uv; fsi hulf-Nelso- n 11 ow y Only l.uu pel year. tS - - A. -- - "f 4, p,