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The j I Hmtdbb Kepubligak OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTT IN THE lUim l'OUFAU) YOUR 1!I0 nl WE DO JOB WORK CT4 FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, Wilt show how you utandwlth The Ropubllcan. Pay up and onoyoarin Advnnco and we will sond you Tho Louisville THIS TAG 3E3L3.l3.c3L. ttou. ouuaunuu ai onco. Wookly Commorclal ono year I VOL. VII. HARTFOIlD,tKY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1894. uroof hearing Hon. Bill Ellis deliver' or "tho boy, and on Turpi iry failed o n speech in behalf of the Democratic find him. Accordingly he scut tho party, in which ho paid that Uoiirc letter to the dentl letter office. On arrival hereltwu opened, and hud fulfilled every pledge in Ihe'Chi-cig- o It had money In It; It wat returned platform in which they t.xu Iree to Union City with a long letter of trade? Wliat about eugnr, which un instructions to find the writer If pos- bible. After linjulry the hoy was nt der the McKiuley bill wu lice and lust found and wiw requested to go under the ikon law 10c tniifl. In person, claim tho letter and . Oning to tlirlry weather Smith & for it, and the pohtmnstcr had Cnmbnm have hud iiuitoti failure in ' to go through as much red lapo as If the watermelon husinr, only had tho letter contained one thousand thiityflveacred planted and yield was dollars. The joke becomes evident short. when It is known that tho money In Tho fanners arc buy cutting to the letter amounted to only a ono-cepostage stamp and a copper bacco. cent. N. Y. Tribune. 7Hucccs to Tin: KbwiiMCAN. ro-eel- pt nt NO. 8. PROFESSIONAL CARD. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report - v V M,' RoYal j33332Sr SAVED BY A GIRL. "Yes. my hair is whUo for a man years," said he, running his jhapoly lingers through the snow-whit- e locks. "But then I have seen a grcut deal of the world, you know. Sometimes I think It would have been be.tter.iy hud not." "But what caused your hair to turn so white? It cannot be age, for, If I nui a judge, you aro not over of my I 0-- ' TMI DON'T ACCEPT IMITATIONS. PCOCTtn & OAMCLC CO CINTl. 99oPURE UNIQUE PROFESSORS!! IPS. Not All tho Lonrnlng In tho Land Is Housod In Gollogee. A Onro Ifoaorvil Title That la No Longer j Baking Powder " 'Old OWI3NSBORO, KY. Will practice his profession in Da view and unjoining counties. Special attention given to colli eliona. Office, Bank of Coinniciro lluihliug. LAWYER, J.N. It. Jhh.N. Ulrnn, ABSOLUTELY PURE Hosti' passed on and I followed him into his cabin. It was a small affair with two rooms. " 'One wo uns live in,' he explained, 'un tho wlmmon sleeps in f!i ? I J LAWYER HAUTFOItD, KY. (OfflCf.oTfr Anderson' llsusr.) GLENN & WEDDING, Ulilltt t ANYWHERE! EVERYWHERE! Horse Sense. When a man hns exhausted argu incnt to HUpxrt u deceit he resorts to wagers and vituperation. Bluff is an old game, but usually a losing V.xery Woi'iiroini. Town Hit A liar. A Bppnger, A smart Aleck, - , Ititoichcst mnn, A hlatheiekite, Some pretty girN, A gii! whogigglis, A wcatlur prophet, A neighborhood feud, Half u dozen lunatic, A woman who a ilea, A justice of tl e cace, .- SUMMER EXCURSION TICKETS OH BAkB VIA CfiesapiaKe.OfiloiSouifiwcsleni MAItrROADt Toths Springs and Mountains of Virginia. To the Lakes and Woods of the North, To the Seashore and the Ocean, TO ALU THE PROMINENT IN TIIK RESORTS UNITED STATES AND CANADA At VKLLAt TO TUB Pleasant Spots near Home: GK.AYSON SPRINGS, DAWSON SPRINGS, ORITTENDIN SPRINGS, CERULEAN SPRINGS, & Fatuous for their Social. Healthful, and Ucouotulc Advantage!. LOCAL SUNDAY XSXCUKSX0NTICK11TS arc on sale ttetween all tUliuua withiu it of fifty mile, and WKKK KND TICKETS will beold to IwI-villMciuphU. and l'aJucb, from poiati In the lcinlty of those cilict. ar? ' katct, kchedulea and all Information rrgrardlnr a trip In any direction will befurnUhedou applt cattuu to any ajfcut of the Chesapeake, Ohio & Southwestern R. R. or leftorts.cnn procure Mine by writing to auyui iiic luiigwiliK J. T. DONOVAN. H0VARD WLLY. iHUfkl f 1M Agt . ull khrt Act . , Eir., MBiiriiii.iaJiM. T.D. LYNCH. W.J.UcBRIOE. Aft. lait Act, 1MVILLK,KT. LOtllTIU.,KT. mlvuliilut matter, dcfcciiblug any particular and nny oue requiring looLft. jwrnphlct. f Auy !', tcllK t G. J. CRAMMER. Atbt ! M LutMVILLE, KY. -- tatter, Cotton Bolt Route (.St. LouN Southwestern liy.) through tho hull leading to my being thus annually Increased by hoardlmr liniKc liorirnom. , T wiw Riir. no. mo cusiom was oegun oy o ttrlunil tr unit tlik 1ai tinti unit n III., In 13G3, when ho was fifty man on his knees In tho corner. I years old, and is continued without Inquired of tho chambcrmuld why ha change to the present day. wis there. "Oh, he'a nil right," hcuuswored. Too Much Science In the Beer. "Hc8 Prof. Wilkins." A good talc Is told of the Into Prof. Prof. WilkitiHl Hud the man suddenly gone mad? or had ho discov- Tyndatl ubout the time ho was a ered some new specimen of nnimatcil ma9lerat Queen wood college, nnnta. The village innkeeper had a capital nutnro In my department? "Why did you bring him up tap of here?" 1 asked. "I always wish to ale, which the educational staff muzh have callers wait for me in the par- fancied. Years passed on, but the scuut of tho rosea remained, and lor." "Oh," giggled the gtrlt "what when tho professor ran over to look would he be in the parlor for? He's once more nt his starting point In Prof. Wilkus,ithc mouse man. Some life ho went down for a glass of tho of tho boarders complained thero wellremembered brew. "Slmpkin-son,- " was mice in tho house, and hes looksaid he, after a delicious draught, "I never had nny Iwcr llko ing for them!" yours since I went nway." "No, sir; When I interviewed Prof. Wilkins, ho Informed mo that ho was a pro nowadays they puis too much science fessor of rodontology, and I found into beer 'Mead of malt and hops." Food and Sanitation. that his mind really had a scientific turn. Hegavo mo some Interesting ruMIr SifitklMtr. facts In connection with the . home-brewed Interratlns; and nf Tha rrofoaaora. utbaf one. Medjcal Aget ' An English Charity. Nowadays the professors In our colleges would do well to bo nd- The English custom of almsgiving dressed fchnply us "Mr. Smith," "Mr. Is, on Thursday of holy week, to Jones," the title "professor" being give mouey, food and clothing to as no longer distinctive. muny pwsons ns tho sovereign Is A short time ago, us I walked years old, the number of beneficiaries DUttnrtlveHomo Amuilnf Ntorlea Latar-Da- y mouse-catchin- g Arkansas, Texas TO i ft u THE ONLY LINE Willi through Cur Service from MMffDUW A ui vw to ran Cttaclien i ? No change tf Caw to OK INTKItMBDITE I'OIKTS. business Ono tnlo was of lady who was sued by her maid for damages, because In her terror at discovering n mouse In a sugar basin, bho had flung mouse, sugar and basin at the girl's hwul. Another story illustrated tho Influence of certain conditions on dreams. The professor assured mo that one of his customers dreamed of mlco whenever she nte cheese! On tho register of a hotel in & western ttiwn I read: "Prof. Pek-kland staff." A geological survey was In progress. Probably, I reflected, Prof. Pekklns was coni ns Two Daily T ains ' Carrying t!iniuh and Travumug the rullmau Slccera. fiuut htrming, gracing uutl tuuher Iaml?r Ami reaching llio most ni-por- tij. towua and cities in the Great Sourkwcst. YciWinj! FAKMINO LANDS. ahumiaui y all tho ccien!iif corn ami cotton, amle6itcially mlnpleri to tho cultivation ol tmiall traits ami ear)' " " ducting it. That night, through Uio transom of my door, I heard an unusually peuetratlng voice Instructlngaclass, but tho subject was not geology, Tho stranger was giving points to his agents on setting forth the merits of a eertulu honp. The principal point was the purity of the lugredl-cnt- . Tho oil used was of such quality that In tho soap factory, at tho lunch hour, the operatives left tho . ferring to dip their bread In tho sweet and delicious oil. This was no reflection on the butter, which was best creamery. vegctuhlee. I was so Interested In this stranger Affiinlinp that I Inquired of tho clerk: . GIIAZING LANDS. "Who excellent pasturage during almost the has the room opposite mine?" "Prof. Pekklns and two of his entire year, ami comparatively close staff." to the great markets. Prof. Pekklns was u professor of TIMBER LANDS. Covered with savouology! almost iuexlmuHtible foiests of yellow Prof. Null, tonsorhil urtist, lives piuo, cyprt'Ai and the hard woodi across tho border. Shortly uf ter his d cmnmou to Arkan?38 and Eastern murrlugo, walking with his Texas. bride, tie met u customer Can be procured on rea (mahle and ouo of tho Four Hundred of this ndyautogeous terms. city.- - "MLstah Dlunklns." he w blocking the way of the astonished nrnu, "Mtstuh ninnklns, All line connect Willi nml linvetirk rlNMii anlrln the pahmit mo to lutahduco Mrs. Pro fessah Null. Mrs. Profosnh Null, Mlstuh Blankins." Kate Field's . ditrk-skinne- butter provided for thorn, pre- i"-- y Cotton Belt Route Asl yoqr ucarcsl Ticket Agent for maps', timo tables, etc., ami writo to any ot the following ior nil information you may deuiro concerning the trip to the Great Southwest. rv ,1 Washington. ALL FOR A POSTAGE STAMP. How tho Rule of tho DeaJ Letter Office Worked In One'lnstance. The rule of "tho dead letter offlco Is to make extraordinary effort to ' Dis't mi return all inlssent letters which arc found to contain money. Out blind obedience to this rule is tho basis of an cutcFtulnlug story. A boy In tho ludlau school on tho Skolcoiulsh resEDSON, J. A. ervation, which Is about threo miles Gen'I Supt., Texarkana, Tx. from the post'ofllco of Union City, Wash., wrote u letter to his brother at Seabcck some thuoago, Inclosing In It a small sum of money. k Ho also wrote on thocnvolope that B.BHBB'avA Tn r BBbaB if It should not bo delivered In proper timo It was to bo returned to tho COPYRIGHTS. writer. Ills brother did not call for For a CAN I OIITA1N A I'ATKNTf rjronutt ouwer and an honet opinion, writ to it and it was returned to Union City. Si II N H Sc CO., who hare had nearly ahy yean1 Tho postmaster thero had not heard xiwrienco in tho intent butlnona. Coniuunloft Agt., Louisqille, Ky. ' E. VJ. LaBEAUME, G. P. &Tkl. Agt., St. Louis, Mo. Pops. ILl'.G. MATTHEWS, L. D. Gully, Republican ciftl'H-da- te lor Judge ot the dnirt of Appeals in the 2d DSsttict, will address tlic people ut the following times and places, viz: Leitchfield, Grayson county, Sop teniber'JOth, 1894. McDanielft, Krcckenrhlge county, Friday, September 2ht. liamiiiduurg, JSreckenrnlgo conn ty, Saturday, Sept 22d. Cloverport, nieckeuiMgc county, Saturday night, Sept 22d. Brandenburg, Meade county, Monday, Sept. 24th. Huueaville, Haucock cuuntttTiiC4 day, September 2oih. Owetibboro, Daviess county, Wednesday, September 2jth. Cnlhoou, McLean county, Thurs day, Sept. 27th. Livermore, McLeau county, Fri day, Scpteinber28th. South Carrollton, Muhlcubcrcr county, Saturday, Sept. 20th. Central City at uight. Speaking will commence at ouo o'clock p. m, at each place except Cloverport and Central City, where the speaking will commence at 7 p.m. MoitQANTOiiN, Ky.. Aug, 28. Capt. D. C. Walker, Ch'm'n Dein. Dint. Com., Frankliu, Ky., Dear Sir: If agreeable with Judgo W. L. Reeves and his friends a joint discus, sinu is desired between him and Judge & L. D. Gully. Will you at your earliest convenience consult Judge Reeves and agree on eomo friend who, with a friend of Judge On fly, shall agree upon a list ot appointments to begin not later than tho 15th of September, I884. Au early answer is requested. Your obedient servant, V. S. Tayuih. Ch'm'n Rep. Dis. Com. Tho forcgoiug 'otter was mailed to Auof Capt. Walker twenty-niut- h gust, last. It has not been answered, hence tho above li.nt of uppoiutmcuts for Judge Gufly has been made. W. S. Tayuui. September 8, 181)4. 15 tM m mm W vao tlons tj lot If umfldpntlnl. A Jtundlmok of In lo no at ion conwruiuK I'ntenta autl how to obtain ihatu tent fre. Alto a catalogue of mechanical and aotenttno bnoka en( free 1'Mcnti taktm ttrouaa Munn ft Co, rocelrf apacl unouooiniQOcieniiiioiinierirnn.ana thuj am brouirht wldelr bcrnra thn nnhllnwlth. oat onit to the InTORtor. u lhli apuhdld papor. In uod weeklr, elegantly III strut M. baa brftt tho laiYMt circulation or any aeientmo work m tn vuna. wd ayeor. feaniple oonlasaantrreo. Umiain monthly, flWa year. BlnsU ipiea,.) cent. Krerr number ccnutua beau-- f aew UUI pUtoa, In colon, and Photograph ea. wiin Diana, enaoinr nuiiaeri io ahowth. jataat dftilima and aaeuro contract. "Addreaa UUMN k Wh flin VOUK. UU1 BiUOAUWAT. v aj I J" 'C f snii BUCKEYE wmmmm asaaaaawawaBwaw waawaai A 8URK and GIRYA1N r OURK OINTMENT: CURES HOTHINa BUT PILES. wawaiwawaak toW Dr. Pirco' Golden Medical Discovery I now, it you feel that your blood U out of order. Don't wait until you have to cur It dlaeaso; It'a cosier and better to With the first blotches or eruntlon.or'tna weariness, and depression that are dullnosc, some of the symptoms, you need this medicine. It will rouso every organ into healthy action, thoroughly cfcamw and repair your sjitom, and build up needed flesh, health, and strength. It's tho only guaranteed blood remedy. Iu tho most stubborn Bkln or C2in mirfnnmi In tli wont forms of Bcrof ula; to stvry disease caused by a torpid liver Ijootl if at imnurn I..n. niiiH it ever 1MW W benefit or 1 .. uiniiaa liAnb to THE VERY BEST TIME jrwt S!?IZ5ZZ"ZLZa lirV. " JML. known for iBvoar astha BC8T REMEDY FOR PILES.torn. y picniKPsoi mnn co. it. rrtpar A eenom anu uuuuu uuiv, w m ! CaUrrh in the Head, li guarantooil by too makers ot Dr. Sage's Catarrh Kemedy. T . srA.M.KY. We need rain very much, though crop are good for tho season. Mr. Mastered), who has charge of the axe handle department ot SheN lets' grist mill, is pushing things rapidly. He is going to add another saw soon. He gets up three car loads each month. Dr. L. T. Cox has sold his farm to tho Thompson Bros, and contemplates goiug into tho drug business. Birk &Wushburuf tho new dry goods and giocerymcu, uro doing a big busiiiess. Tho Baptist Church here is almost completed, Bro. Bristo held services here the firfit Sunday, Mr. C. C. Benuctt, of Oweusboro, has moved to our little town and will soon build on tho farm he recently bought near this place. Tho Republicans of Stanley pro- -, cinct are stirred up very much and iulll trnln kA ttnlrnf nAnlilill...n through. E. T. Franks went down, who was our choice we aro for Sebree. Tho writer had recently tho pleas- - ! , t'other " 'Where do tho men sleep?' I In- quired. " 'Oh, we uns bunks down thar In ther corner.' jJT AW "Tho 'wimmen folks' retired early that night, and I sought rest on a 1IAIITFORIK KY. blanket that had evidently seen sevforty." Wih jHcciice his profession in Ohio' eral summers and innumerable hard Tho major laughed. and adjoining counties, and court of "No. I was forty on my last frosts. I was very tired, and, though Anneals. Special ntiention given to I intended to rise when all was quiet birthday, and my hair has been Its collections. Office east side of public tako present shade for the last ten years." and asleep. u view of the premises, I square. fell "Come, major, Tm sure thero is a "I was awakened by tho prcssuro story here. Let's have It." M. U Heavrw. SHM.HY Taylor. A all, it Again the major smiled, but this of something cold against my forehead, and, opening my eyes, looked One Jacksouian Djm icrut, time a perceptible tremor shook his HEAVRIN 4 TAYLOR, into the muzzle of a revolver, whllo frame. More loafers than it need, the voice of my host said: "I never like to think of that t, Men who jre every " 'Ef yer moves a hand, off goes time," he said. "Hut be It as you A boy who cuts up in church, yer topknot!' HARTFORD, KY. will. Have i fresh cigar; you will " 'What does this mean?' I deA few meddlesome old wMu ei, Will Practice thier nrfiftiaatj-.- ,,. ll need It to strengthen your nerves, manded, in my sternest tones. the Court ot Ohio and A "thing" that stares at women, I'm very sure." " 'It means that we uns are onto counties, and in the Court acljoiiiiug A Mock law that is not cufotced, of Ap- I was thirty years old I was "When you un that's all.1 peak Special attention given to A widower who is too gay foi his employed by Uncle Sam to scour tho "Several other figures now stoocl collections. Office, next door to My tercountry for moonshiners. oge. over my courch, and my genial host Bank ot Hartford, Some men uhomaKcrcnuitksith' ut ritory lay mostly In the southern said: states. It was lu 1881 that I re"'Wall, shall we uns finish him women, ceived nu order from the chief of tho now, or wait?' Perry Westerfield, A preacher who think he otijit to division to go into tho Tennessee " 'Le's tako him outside,' ouo sug run the town, region and locate several stills that were turning out kegs of illicit gested. A few who know how to run the al "After they had bound mo hand I was liquor near Little Tucksoc. BkavehDam, Ky. fair of the enmity. and foot I was carried Into the open dispol of a A grown oting man who laughs sition, mul Uhimlly such an order air. A short consultation was held, E.D.OUFFY. B.D.WN30 every timo ho Bays anything. would mya spurred me to my best; and 1 caught the words, 'down ter GrVLZfy 6c the hut.' A girl who goes to the on this September morning, but " 'Now said one brawny fellow, behind, I every time the mail coitus, , when, leaving civilization struck tho trail leading up tho sldo ho ain't bad es that. Besides, Pete A legion of emart Alecks who e.iu Hartford. 2Coa.tna.clcy. u feeling may be mistaken.' Will practice tell the editor how to run his nper. of Little Tucksoo, strange " 'It ain't too much asserted my and adjoining in all courts of Ohio of foreboding came over me. Tho counties, Superior Scores of men with the cuboose ot birds twittered about my head, and host. 'It's jest what he dlssarves, f.11 nmJ t Pah. a U0I- -j vuM.kHuuvuunwi appeals, their trow sen worn smooth m ghus. tho purling brook rippled beneath and It'll prove an example to tho lections aud all legal business dttend- A man who gnua when you tulk my feet. All nature was at her others.' cu mj. wince oty &. .DiarKet St. "There was some more discussion; and laughs out loud alter ho has raid best, and yet a feeling of indescribthen I was informed that on my arable dread oppressed inc. V jl n sniiinlliiiwt I' r. h B, R. EDDING, "On I stumbled, deep In my rival Peto Sandford, a member of, the gang, whose still I had aided In frloomv meditations, when suddenly YOU CaiinOt Spend I nearly fell over a girl, clad In a destroying some timo previously, ' single calico garment, who was but who had escaped frbm tho offIlAiiTFoim, Ky. kneeling beside a hawberry bush fill- icers, had recognized mo as a decl WCCK prOlltU Will practice his profession in all inpr n pail with the fruit. The sur- - tective who had come under tho the courts ot Ohio and adjoining 11 ttUIlUl I.g prise was mutual and she started up guise of friendship to land them all counties. Also Notary Public. Uly WC n frightened fuwn. Without in prison, and that I was to bo left 1 Office, room 20, Hartford House. X? ' I tllC UlllO ( OUllT lUlll. disparagement of the sex I can safe-It- S In the hut. my "This failed ly liaS Oil s.V that no plainer women exist soul, however, toasstrike terror tothey I supposed U1U UUIIllllUIlt IUUU the UUlilU As tho girl would merely leave me there over femalu moonshiner. turned, however, she displayed n night, and I should then have a possuccess. face in pleasing contrast with tho sible chance of .escape Had I known characteristic high check bones and the true nature of my punishment I 'aguo' complexion of that section. would have begged my captors to nartiora, Jiy. fcpciiltliii;. I'ulillf practice Her oval features, brown as n berry, mercifully put a bullet through my The following is a list ot appointWILL courts of bis profej?eion in'all put regular in outlhio, set off by a brain. Ohio and adjoining ments lor the county candidates ns pair of ruby lips aud jet black eyes, "They carried me to the hut, and couuties and Court of Appeals. Specngiccd upon by the different commitwould compare favorably with thoso one of the men carefully opeued the ial nttentiotf given to collections. door and peered in. He took a torch tees They will speak at tho following of any fashionable belle. evory " 'Wlm' be you tin she and thoroughly inspected times aud places in the mouth of nook before entering. Finally, asked, with a startled air. B. Tm nn artist,' I replied, 'eomo bound hand and foot, I was laid on a Hartford Monday, 1st. to sketch some bits of scenery. I pile of husks in ono comer. Then Victory Schnolhouso at night. the men departed without even am looking for Jerry Bowman.' " closing the door. I was highly Sulphur Springs Tuesday, 2d. 'Wlm' you want wi' him?' HARTFORD, KY. Horse Branch Wednesday, !M. am going to board ot his elated at this oversight, and lay, en- Will practice his profession in '"I the deavoring to muster strength to courts of Ohio and house.' Kosinc Thursday, 4th adjoining counties. "'Huh! Then you uu wants Olo break my bonds, when I heard a Careful attention given to all business luunt Pieasaut at night. rustling, gilding sound in ono corner entrusted to him. Office in RepubHossT Select Friday, 5th. " 'I was uncertain, but nodded. of tho room. Could It be that some lican Building. Cromwell at night, By this timo I had drawn a pad from other human creature was imprisBeaver Dam Saturday, Gih. my pocket and began making hur- oned with me? No, it must be tho ried marVf'on it. The girl peered wind outside. Then from the long, Trends Monday, 8th. dark opening, used as a firo place, Mollenry Tuesday, 9th, at night, over my shoulder and asked: " 'How long be you un ter came a similar sound, another and MMMMaMaHaHMMMMMM Centenowu Wednesday, 10th. another. What was it? What stay?' I'oiut Pieasaut Tnureday, Uth. could this mean? " 'Just over night,' I replied. Equality at night. "Suddenly I felt something glide guzed at tho scrawl and said: "She Ceralvo Friday, 12th, nt night. " 'Wall, I guess you un can come across my legs as they lay bound on, the foot of the bed, and the awful Rockport Saturday, 13th. on.' horror of the situation that my "Up the tortuous path, twisting Bedu Monday, 15th. persecutors had devised dawned on Buford Tuesday, lfith, nt night. now to the right and now to tho left, me. I was in a den of snakes? If I tho girl wo went, till suddenly Bells Bun Weduesday, 17th. Sick with pushed aside the thick undergrowth moved I was a dead man. Magan Thursday, 18th, terror, I became unconscious. along a trail leading diand darted "I awoke lying beside the road. Deancfield at uight rectly Into tho heart of the forest. I full In my HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Fordsville Saturday, 20ib. said not n word, but did considera- The moon was shining and then a pro- face, and bending over me was tho ble thluklng, as now Is prepared to do any and all kinds Shrove Monday, 22d. truding hawberry briar tore its way girl I had met in the afternoon. of Dental Operations. Prices most Olatou Tuesday, 23d. ""Twaruclus call for you un reasonable. Ofllce over Williams & Into my flesh, or a stiff twig, bent ouo All day speakings to begin at forward by my guide, with a 'zip' she suld. 'I heerd pap'n tho fellers Bell's Drug Store. o'clock, promptly. ez heaow they left yer here; flow back, striking mo across the O.B, LlKKNH, Suddenly I heard a howling an' when I got er chuliee I eomo to face. Ch'iiHi Dem. Com. shriek. The girl gave a low, pecul- you.' " 'How did you do It?' I gasped. iar whistle, and the next Instant E. D.Guffy, " 'Huh!' Tin used ter snakes, but four large curs were pawing at her Ch'in'u Hep. Com. feet, aud in n most uncomfortable J. P. Mnxint, "The girl began to sob. manner sniffing at my heels. .C'hm'ii PP " 'What is iff' I asked, moved by " 'This is pap,' the girl whispered. 'This Is Olo IIoss, the man you un is her distress. I dassent go hum, fur" dad fur.1 Abloxixsithaham-me- r h6 came and how he got will kill me.' "Whence on ihe thumb, "That's how my hair got white," crushes it and tho thero I was uovcr ublo to explain to nail turns black myself j but there ho was, armed to said tho major, as ho threw away Mid comes off Tho hunting-knifin the stump of his cigar. thumb swells and the tooth, a lurgo "But tho girl?" said I. is poulticed and his belt, u shotgun on his shoulder, tho man " lays and tho mountaineer's grin on his "Oh, she Is lu the next room with OFFICE OVER RED FRONT up." Now look face. tho children; &ho is my wife." N. Is prepared to do all kinds of at another case. " 'Wlm' do you un waul?' he de- Y. Journal. Tho thumb was Dental work at reasonable prices. smashed just tho manded, Can Plants See? same uuttnomaa " 'I am an artist,' I replied, 'and 1 waanoHaldup an Jim Bludsoe, whom I met in tho vilIs It truo that plants can seo? hourl Ho had a bottlo ot Vr. Fcnner's Uolden Itcllcf. lage, thought I could get board with Darwin answers this question In tho PENNYROYAL PILLS Ue poured some into a cup and dipped you for a day or so.' Female Regulator. affirmative, and a Hindoo botanist PARK his thumb in It as soon as hurt It U " 'Jim's friends are mine,' ho reports some strange experiences are perfectly safe and always relia now covered with a thin piece of cloth painful and kept wet with tho Relfot Ue works said, with a sidelong glance. 'Come which also tend to confirm thlffopin-ioble. For all Irregularites, aa usual. It lo not sore though yet raw. on,' Suppressions, they Menstrilatinus, Thus, ho observed one mornIt has not swelled. No matter will form. "This was much easier than I had ing, when taking his siesta In his never fail to aflord a speedy and cer. lie will work with it right along and in Jerry, or 'Olo Boss, veranda, that tho tendrils of a cer- win relief, NO EXPERIMENTS expected. a day or two It will bo well. Inflammation cannot exist whero it U applied, was none other than tho man I was tain species of tho convolvulus had a scientific spd poaitiverelief, adopted any mora than tho morning dew can All only after years of experience. wound urouud his thigh. Therecontinue under the bright aun rays. after. "As wo emerged from the wood upon, he placed a Jong polp near tho orders supplied direct from our oN Used externally and internally and curca colic, summer complaint, flux, dyspep Into tho clearing, a lank, plant In such a mannor that the lat- fice. Price per package, 81.00, or aia, etc, etc, also 5 drops on a small specimen of humanity approached; ter had to tunruway from the light six packages for $5.00, by mail post lump of sugar once in two hours cures was ubout to spcuk to Jerry when in order to reach it. Then ho found paid. EVERY PACKAGE GUAR. aoro throat and consumption. In fact ho his eyes fell upon me, and he sudIt curea any dtoeaa that has Inflammathat the tendrils visibly turned to- ANTEED. Particulars (sealed) 4c. i tion In it One tablespoon! ul dose cures denly turned away, Thero waa ward tho polo, around which ,they All Correspondence strictly Coafi La Grippe. Arr disappoints. Safe and dential PARK REMEDY CO; certain. Money refunded If satisfaction something familiar In 1ils features' hud wound themselves within o few Boston, Mass, s but I could not place him. hours. N. Y. Trlbuue. not given. Take a bottle homo Will practice their profession in ah the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals, Special attention given to criminal practice and collections. PBIIIEY j imiu.who-ktmws-- dog-ligh- I Attorneys at Law I I Attorney at Law. Kingo, light-hearte- dare-devi- post-offic- e orneys ggt 1 A few. I Attorney at Law, more -. than f1 management left nothing undone i W. H. BARNES to make it a Oc-tob- Jo. ROGERS, Attorney at Law, 11 .) ( J. R. PIRTLE DENTIST 1 8WHITE: 1 I but' "I e DENTIST. I n. I slab-side- d to-da-y. - mm -- mm 4 7 nwrrnr .aiwmijHliWliif WTimiinrwymfyyyfili'1' i, niai 1 ji n ii aiafe. j nv 7T - . Hartford Republican aunusuED evkhv fiuuay morning JO. It. lUiarKN. - Editor rnl rroprlrt r Friday, Skpthmukr 21, 1894. We are authorized to announce E. T. Williams As the Democratic nominee for Coun Election, ty Judge of Ohio county. November 6, 1894. We arc authorized to announce John M. Lkacii As the Democratic nominee for the office of Assessor of Ohio county. Election, November 6, 1894. Domooratio Ticket. ron county j tinea: Republican Tiokot 5 tm& It ? i;icciion, OV. . For Congress John W. Lewis, of Washington county. For Appellate Judge B.X.D. Guffy. For Couuty Judge John P. Morton. For Sheriff Cal. P. Kcown. For Couuty Clerk D. M. Hockcr. For County Attouiey E. P. Neal. For Assessor N. C. Daniel. For Jailer John W. Black. For Surveyor G. S. Fitzhugh. For Coroner Galin C. Wcsterfield. magistrates: Hartford A. S. Aull. Rosine C. L. Woodward, Cromwell Jont B. Wilson. Fordsville Buford Hartford I losea Shown, Rosine Thomas Allen. Cromwell R. B. Martin. Fordsville Buford who uees sugar and who raises ebecp need not be as wise as Solomon to seo that tho Democratic party's boost of friendship is a fraud. constbbus: A farmer J I I J r T V f t I M I n between tho 15th day of November run them out. Jt is said that if ono Oscar Bishop, who is attending and the lit day of January. his patip put in a corn crib, rats can be seen school at Hartford, visited 7. Doves, between tho 1st day of Mr. Ashby ents Saturday and Sunday. flying in every direction. August and the let day of February. Breckinridge is beaten and thus also says that bis ferrets are learned Mondav moruinff was the becinniutr 8. Thrushes, meadowlarku, finches, tho work of cleansing the escutcheon to hunt rabbits. They enter the of the 3d week of our school, which is martin, sullovs,wuod.pickcn,oriole, of the Seventh District is half done. burrows of the rabbit nnd the cotton .bluebird, tanegers, cat birds, blue under the supervision 01 Miss .mj-- uo Now for a good Republican to beat tail soon comes sailing out to fall a Rowe, with Miss Alice Loney as a birds or otuer song or Owens and the job will be complete. victim to those awaiting him. When sistant. 58 pupils have been enrolled. birds, except wlien name shall be dehunting rabbits tho ferret must bo structive to the fruit or grain ciops, litMr. aud Mrs. L. P. Louey and EdwhiidJ. McDermott defeated muzzled else ho will kill tho rabbit tle son. Clarence. Oweusboro, aro shall not Ins killed or taken at any Caruth and Athcrton in the Louis and become gorged by sucking tho j visiting relatives in this community. time. O-AlXjvillo primary Tuesday and thus one 1). It is unlawful for any one to net, blood and is thereby unfit to hunt, or Mr. and Mrs. James Park, Beda, Congressional light (?) is put out. The como out of tho holo. by snare, any qunil par- trap or icnra mtnaia of Xw TV AT. Pflrlc Pnt Walter Evans will represent the even . ferret is about I4 inches long, is very ; tridge nr phwmnt. It i unlawful for IoKA and g Fifth District in tho next Congress. uuu any one todoitrny tho ncMs or eggs iu eieuuur iuv of any of the above mentioued birds. The work of building brick pave of a light yellow or white color with Hooe's Pills are purely vegetable, 10. Anyone having in powesHion, raents is going on apace. The Board red eyes and aro allied to the weasel porfectly harmless, always reliable and at a recent meeting ordered the erec- family. any bird or squirrel, or offcrring for benhficial. tion of walks on eeveral other thorsale the Fame at any time when it We note with pleasure that the JlTlintMON, is unlawful for raid bird or squirrel to oughfares and it is unnecessary tore-ma- rk ministers of the Methodist Episcopal Sent. 17. The Sunday School at that it meets with considerable Church in this and Ohio countv hare betaken, or killed, isliablo to indict- . QUARTERLY REPORT WKCH you GO TO OWENSBORO opposition on the part of the proper-t- y been active during tho conference this place continues with interest. ment, aud anyone supposed to have -- CAM. OK of Tin; Miss Embla Her has returned home in possession said bird or rquirrel is holders affected. year just passed and have dono a liable to a search warraut and upon Rev. V. B. Suead, of after spending tho summer with rehv good work. in, The eugar planters ofLouisana conviction shall be puuiihed by a fine the Hardinsburg Circuit, reports over lives at West Point. held a convention this week and went of from $0 to $25, as is the the penal Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Carson spent one hundred additions to the MethoFor Me filial and Most AriUlic Work, over in a body to tho Republican MCIIRXRY AT NIGHT. ty for the violation of any of tho Episcopal church duriug the last Saturday with Mr. J. L. Carson and dist any iw orttyte. Frcderica St., Ittuem party, declaring themselves in favor Messrs, Lewis and Johnson accom- proceeding lawj. 50 per cent of the Rev. Snead in his younger family of Hartford. year. 3rd and 4th. 6w37 of Protection to all American induspanied by Tudgc John P. Morton and fines ari-iu- g from the violation of the At thoCloso days was a suldier in tho Uniou Army. Miss Sallio Tinsley is visiting rcla of Business on Among the members of the con tries. G C. Wcsterfield drove down to laws pertainiug to tho protection of He was ono among the gallant defend tivesat Livermore. 18th day of Juno t vention were a largo number of prom Saturday night where Mr, birds nnd squirrels, aud 4O of those shed their blood ers of the nation that 1894. Dr McCorraick, Masonville, visit. Lewis spoke to a crowd of three hunI incnt Democratic polticians and . ucnau 01I mo XTi TT .1 If pertaining to fish ia payable to uauou. in "e una cd his parents last week. leaders of tho State. dred voters. The speech was well tho informer! goItESOURCKS. since been a saliant and devoted solMaster Thurlow Ashley, Stanley, received. The party drove back to Any County Judga, Jutico of Loans and Discounts , , , $72,075,87 National G. A. E. Encamp- dier of tho Cross. He is in touch and is visiting in this community. The Hartford and Mr. Lswis left 264,1 the Peace, of Police Judge or other Overdrafts, secured . . , ment will be held at Louisville next in sympathy with the masses of the where he had an Overdrafts, unsecured . . 594.30 Owing to the drouth in this comMagistrate, upon being informed sufDue from .National Banks 11,115,58 year, the first mectiug of this body people and has been highly tucccssful munity water has been a great scarci- appointment to speak Monday. ficiently that any of tho above law? Due from State banks and This is a in parts of this county where sin and south of the Ohio River. extent, Bankers have been violated is authorized to 45.59 When in- ty. This continues to some intemperance abounded. very fortunate move and will be anBanking house and lot . 75cts for the round trip to Greennevertheless, we were reminded thu?, 3,000,00 issue warrants for the arrest of the Specie difference to religion and worse than other means of bringing about a still 2,632 72 on last evening, having seen ono of ville, Oct.,io, 11, 1.2 aud 13th, 1894, violators, aud upon tho refusal or fail- Currency . kindlier feeling among tho people of uidiffence, once prevailed, religious 2,044.00 limited to Oct. 14th, to return, acure to do so shall ha found guilty of Furniture and Fixtures . 1,500 00 In tho young men watering his horse near count of Muhlenburg County Fair. tho wholo country relative to ques- enthusiasm now holds sway. 867.12 mi"featauceiu office and upon con- Current expenses , , , and Hefiin. This young gentleman has mean time it seems that Dr. Kerr tions settled in the long ago. On September 26, 27, 2S and 29, and viction shall be puuished by fine of becu imparting recently purchased a new buggy, Rev. Perrymanhave ?94, 139.29 1894, Hodgensville, Nortonvlllc and Judfc Gufiy,s prospects of win- renewed vigor to religious affairs in doubtless he quoted the words: Whero intermediate ticket stations; also not leas thati $20 or more $50, LIABILITIES. heart ning the race for Judge of tho Court Ohio county. Moreover they have your treasure- is, let not your Capital stock paid 2u,iu cashjsas.ooo, 00 agents on O. F. of R. & G. R. will irnttl rurllirr Notice. alone, but your presence be, also,' of Appeals grow brighter every day. Surplus fund 8,250.00 sell tickets ta Beaver Dam at one fare tho Methodist Episcopal been setting Casebicr & Burton are iu the livery Undivided . . profits . . Misses Lydia and Cleora Ward for the round trip, good until Sept. He is tho champion of the people Church on her feet where sho ought 4,204.02 business at the same old stand aud Due Depositors 56,571.67 , 'means so much more than and belongs to no ring nor corporaspent a few days last week in McLcau 30th, to return account of Ohio Counto have been long ago to have had a respectfully solicit the patronage of DueSt'tebanks&St'teb'k'ra 59.00 you imagine serious and Miss Rhoda Hips ty Fair. tion. He obtained bis nomination strong foot hold, They have been county tho guests of 54.60 the public. Satisfaction guaranteed. Due National Banks . , . fatal diseases result from He is a by no trick and no fraud. ley. II. Merrick, Agt, giving Ohio county n great religious $94,139-2, "trifling ailments neglected. humble, polished, plain, yet Mr. Silas Shaver and wile visited awakening, and in the mean tune Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder Statu op Kf.ntucky, ) ss ' Don't play with Nature's yet able, unaeuming, yet experienced have been lookincr after the interest Mrs. Cordelia oover Sunday, The earlier symptoms of dysnepriu, WorlJ's Fair lllghrjt A'erfa! and Diploma. County op Ohio. J m 'greatest gift health. gentleman and jurist and the people If these gentleman Tho school at Beda is progressing heartburn and occasional headaches, John H. Barnes, Cashier of Beaver of their church. will elect him. H)oaartfetllnr Dam Deposit Bank, n bank located should not be neglected. Take Hood's . Ho for the Fair, Sept. 26, '94, and nut nf feiirta return to their last year's work, let nicely. and in the town of nd generally when you come be sure to call on Beaver Datn.in said haasieri, nervous, J Democratic press ia them keep the ball rolling. By all B. Berryman is expected Sareaparilia to be cured. Rev. J, WniLE the countv.beinc du- Tracy & Son for all kinds of refreshly sworn, says that the foregoing re- Wc learn and can't work. J howling itself hoarse over f he refusal means let the good work go ou, and from Conference today. port is in all respects a true statement bo Following is a list of the officers of ments. ho has chargo of the No Creek Cirof Mr. Lewis for personal reasons to let a Methodist Episcapal Church of the condition of the said bank at Me itrengthenlnrl the Ohio County FairCompamay who cuit for another year. Bro. Perry-m- an divide time with Mr. Montgomery established wherever practicable. mcaicinr.wnicni1 J the close ot business on the :8th day brown's Iron Bit 1 will have charge during the exhibiOr. Price's Cream Baking Powder of June, 1894, to the best of his is a zealous worker, aud we ex Enough, if not too much, has allets. A few bet J and insists that Democrats desire joint tion next week: S. K, Cox, PresN 1 World's Pair Highest' Award. ties knowledge nnd belief; nnd further says mm a (rnn k tend to him a hearty welcome. discussion? it would be well to remem- ready been said about the DemocratIIVIU dent; A. T. Nail, Secretary; Luke that the business of said bank has ery first dote ins tf tucn't itaim ber the Bradloy campaign of 1887 ic primary iu tho Ashland District. Blonde. been transacted at the location nam-cCondict. ticket agent; W. II. Mauzy, ttrth, and it ,: and not elsewhere; and that the pleasant to various other occasions when tho But as it is now over Kcntuckians and gatekeeper main entrance;W, B. Ren-deabove report is made in compliance Democracy has purposely avoided can find solace in tho fact that Sufferers from dyspepsia havo only gatekeeper foot entrance; Jas, with an official notice received from i joint debate. Tho truth is tho Dem- Breckenndge has been defeated. The themselves to blame if they fail to test Bennett, field marshal; J, B. Wilson, the Secretary of State, designating Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver in man has been tho wonderful curative qualities of superintendent floral hall J J. P. Stevthe 18th day of June, 1894, ns the ocrats of this District desiro no divis- confidence of man Neuralgia. Troubles. uay on which such report shall be In purifying ens, chief of police. They know that Mr. shaken by the downfall of Brccken-ridc- e. Aycr's Sareaparilia. ion of time. Constipation, Bad Blood made. Good citizens throughout tho tno blood, thi medicine strengthens and sufficient grounds Lewis hasjust Malaria, Subscribed and sworn to before me Nervous ailments by John H. Barnes, the 20th day of for his position, that Mr, Mcntgomo State, irrespective ot party, have every organ of tho body, and even tl e Women's complaints. We call especial attention to the ftCt nnlv III centilfiti Umm June, 1894. ...1 Rowan Holiirook, ry has refused and continues to refuso been grieved that such a blot should most abused stomach is soon restored card of Mr. V, D. Luce, Contractor lines on the wrapper. All others ire auh. 4 Clerk Ohio County Court ?ichre: 1b Etcij Sljle and Size at t utes. On receipt of two ac. stamps we and Builder. Mr, Luce is a first-clrs- s to extend thy curtesy that is duo a stain tho fair name of of our State. to healthy action. J By Shrlby Taylor, D. C. Sii!wld ,el ofi 7on. Butlful World'! 1 We hayo blushed with shame because k.i Titiw miu book iree, carpenter and you wpuldj do well to tStOA Pictures Copied and Enlarged gentleman and that there is no danJ. II. Banrrs, Cashier BROWN CHEMICAL CO. nitTiUnoc un give him a call. ' Tenrlierit. Neither Mr. Breckenridgo is a Keutuckian, But ger in their blowing. A SPECIALTY. R. P, Hocker, Director. V W yM of Teachers in Program for meeting Jno. II. Barnks, Montgomery uor his followers would ho has been rebuked and if his own 108J Main Street. I. P. Barnard, " Rosine Magisterial District,tobc dono so the not had Coal, Con I, ngreo tc a division of time and no ono party 37m6 OWENb'BOIlO, KY Mt, Pleasant, Saturday Oct,. I have sold my interest in the kouws this better that thoso who raiso the good peoplo of his district would held at Johnson and Moscly Coal Bank to have unqusetionably dono so at 20 1894. tho hue and cry. .Hood's Sarsnpnrllla Makes the Welcome address Miss Albert Rial nnd have opened another 9 a. m wook strong. head-ncl- io, the November election. Thero are at If you have sick or ncrvoua A II rent renin re. Sue Monroe. "I cheerfully announce the acts of a court several things connected with that lako Ayer'd Cathartic Pills. coal bank on the farm of J. W, Reeks, of treatment with Hood's Sftrsaparllln, I wu Of Hood's SareapariUa is that while it Response J. H. Leach. three miles east ol town. Send mcv which Btruck mo with utter They will clenao tho stomach, restore troubled irlth a doll by class. purifies tho blood and sends it cours- primary School management your orders and I will guarantee you hendacho and that tlre4 amazement. Chief among them is healthy action to tho digest ivo organs, feeling. I am employed xo Recess. ing through tho veins of full richness good coal. Respectfully, by the 8t Louis A 8&n remove cflfoto matter (the presence of the idea that Breckeuridgo should Annie Hatcher, Recitation Miss and health, it also imparts now life N. GUXAGItK, Vrancldco Hallway and which depresses tho nerves and Irain) thought for a moment ot enter School management continued. waa out lu all kinds of and vigor to every function of tho have aud thus givo speedy relief. race after passing through weather. 1 began to take J. D. Oliver. Comic declamation body. Hence tho expression so often ing the nook's Samparllla, and tho dhgarceful scenes with which all NOON. C. R. Martin, ouihuitling Jeweler, after taking six botUes I heard: "Hood's Sareaparilia mado a Looking at his by class. quite familiar. 1 p. m. Polk Lore felt porfectly well and has just received a big lot of Jewelry, fdT U QCilTItr BESTUQUUITT. now person of me." It overcomes that aro had a pood appetite. Recitation Miss Jessie Allen. actions thoughtfully and dispassion-atel- y composed of Pins, itings, Chain a, ButHood's SarsapATllla is a tired feeling so common now. and D. Henry conclusion tons, Pharms, Bracelets, Necklaces, wo aro led to tho Paper J. L. Brown m i great blood purifier and .i I gladly recommend It" Scarf Pins, Watches, Clocks, and, In Announcement. that tho mind of the man bos not, that Godsey, O. E. TmnETTS, HonetL The Owensboro Presbytery will equilibrium, which is possessed by a fact, a full line of everything, wljich Business of the Association. sucMr. o. k. TihbetU. Mhsourl. lie lore to get Hood's and only Hood's, booausa convene at Llvermore, Ky., at io man of sound mind. Any man havhe will sell cheaper than the cheapest JoiinB. Taylor, Pres. o'clock a. m. on Saturday preceding for cash. Call and see him. CREAM Molmr Tunstali, Scc.y. ing in tho least degree that sensibility Sarsa- the first Suuday in October, 1894, that is characteristic of a true gentlo-maHerald please copy. parilla The delegates aud ministers in the could not have bad tho prebounds of said presbytery will take Nearly all women have good hair, sumption and brazen effrontery to YEARS . FOR notice govern themselves accordingly. before tho peoplo as did that though many aro gray, and few are laa led all Worm Itemedloa. in como Come, brethern, with interest Mr. W, D. Luce left Tuesday for bald. Hall's Huir Rcuowor restores EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. mau Breckeuridgo. It is unanimousthe work and let us have a profitable & Ro:kportr Ind., to spend seve al BOLD EVERYWHERE. ly conceded that at ono time he was a tho natural color, and thickeiio tho Hood's Pills are tho best family cathartic days. nptft4 bf auuiapftoM aipictn co., it. tons. and interesting assembly? and Ibcr medlcloo. lUnntoi, reitalu, wo. great orator one of tho foremoit in growth of the hair. Moderator, W. C. Nhwton, I 4 fr V AJ-- the land, yet iu his re en tit campaign he exhibited anything but true ora tory. It is true that ho rrndo a great Robin Hood Writes an Enter- display of his oratorical skill and indulged in a vast amount of boasting, taining Letter Abo"t a rodomontade, but tlmt was not c!o Whole Lot of quence. His last addresses were Topics. nothing moro nor less than regular vituperative harangues iu which ho Porsonals, Forrots Motodists, maligned those who opposed him, all Politics and Brockon of which goes to show that the mau ridgoail Como lor has well nigh lost his reason. But it a Share is all over with Breckcnridge. Tho hopes of hislifo are blasted. At one IUTH Till: NAM. ON T1IK HEAD, time tho idol of his constituency, but he is no longer worshipped. Ho IlAiaiiNSiiuuo, Kym Sep. 17. has been sought after to appear beloro Messrs. I. Green and Willis Green, .the most enlightened audiences iu tho of Falls of Rough, were in town last land. That day has passed. Ho week to give their depositions in tho will no longer bo carried to victory by cose of F, B. Staines against L. nnd in the midst of his cheering adGreen, mirers. Ilia silvery locks will not Mrs. Frank Has well and children again be reared in the midst of stho arodowuin Daviess county visiting multitude and tho strains of silvery tho mother of Mrs. Haswell. eloquence that erstwhile thrilled his Mr. aud Mrs. Clayton Beard, and audience will be heard no more. Of Rev, W. B. Snead and wife, attendhim it may truthfully be eaid wl 0 he ed the Conference of tho M. E, U dead: v Church at Louisville. "Ho left a name nt which the world Democrats say that tho Maine grew pale, election went as they expected. To point a moral and adorn a talc.' They made no effort whatever in that Ho cun now invoke tho Diviuo state they say, knowing that it would spirit of forgiveness of which he has go as it did. They claim to be sav- (said so much and it will hi grateful ing their strength for doubtful states. if ho repents. Romx Hood. Well, there are Louisana and South CKNTKAl. OHOVE. Carolina,gentlemen, they are growing Sept. 18. Rev. J. A. Miller filled exceedingly doubtful. appointment here Sunday Mr. Ashby, the fruit tree man of his regular at 11 o'clock, Tobinsport, Ind., was in town MonMr. W. P. Tichenor and Miss Kola day and had with him a cage of ferFaught, of this community, wcro haprets. He raises them and sells them at four dollars apiece. Ho has about pily united in marriage at Hartfotd fity now on hand. They are readily last Wednesday at 3 p. m., Rev. T. tamed and will become as gentle as a M. Morton pronounced the ceremony, cat. They aro very useful to destroy effcer which they departed for the A rat will not stay on aplaco homo of the groom's mother, Mrs. rats. with a ferret. A ferret is trained to Margaret Tichenor, whero a bouutU enter tho holo dug out by rats and ful supper awaited them. HARDINSBURG. JOHN W. LEWIS. Awarded Hlghciit Honors World's Fair. if Tho Ropubhoan For - Candidato OoiiRrosR Addro3S03 MR tho Peoplo at Four Precincts Jn (ho County. FonlHtlllCtNulphitrNprhiKMInrirori!, nml MclU'iirj- - Jlv lllm Lnrxe Aiuliurra. A GOOD IMPRESSION W& CREAM dari ford's (ew Business House. MADE. BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. s pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free rom Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. .According to announcement the Hon. John W, Lewis, Republican nominee for Congress, was at Fordsville last Friday the 14th, and addressed n large crowd of voters. He had come down the evening before from Glendeane, his last appointment in Breckcnridge county and was at his at his best, Thcold tobacco warehouse had been seated for the occasion nnd fully four hundred voters had gathered to hear the speech. It was a splcn-di- n effort and the utmostgood feeling prevailed. l'RIDAY NIOIIT, JN0. B. FOSTER DEALER IN Mr. Iewis-- aud Mr. C. A. Johnson, of Lebanon, who accompanied him, were met at Fordsville by Messrs. D. F. Tracy, Judge John 1 Morton and G. C. Wcsterfield with a conveyance and after the speaking came to Sulphur Sbrings where Mr. Lewis addressed another audience of about two hundred, arid every body was delighted with his speech. SATURDAY AT HARTrORD. I uu'iiuu A large crowd gathered to hear the speech on Saturday and when the people filed into the Court House at 1 o'clock, even the most sanguine were surprised at the immense numbers. Not since the Swope speaking in 1SS9 has the Court House been so crowed at any gathering, several ladles being among the audience. What made the large crowd the more to be noticed was the lack of excitement andhurrah usually retorted to to drum up a crowd. It was in truth an ovation to Mr. Levis and showed the intense interest of the people iu questions now before the people for discussion AT Col. C. M. Barnett I lilllUUULU AlV Lewis, whomaciean able aud conservative speech. He expressed himself fully as regards the personal reasons which render it impossible for him to agree to a division of time with his opponent. He reviewed the political situation in a masterly manner, pointing out to the people the inconsistencies of the Democratic party aud its failure to provide a good and stable government for the )untry and for its destruction of the people's prosperity and industries. His arraignment of the Democratic primary methods resorted to by Mr, Montgomery was eloquent ana convincing. The very kindliest feeling prevailed throughout the meeting and the audience dispersed more than ever impressed that John W. Lewis will be our next Congressman. JntlP I.HWd, The following i n pummary of the game laws of the Stati: 1. It is unlawful fur any nno' to by means of eoinc, takcorcntch net or trap, from auyruuiiiugstream, ponds or lake?, the streams form lug the boundaries of tho Stato ox coptcil, or to place dynamite, pois onous fiish'bcrries within said waters with tho intention or purpose of tak ing or killing full. Any violation ot theso laws is punishable by a into from 850 to $100 for each offense and costs of prosecution, 2. The following species of game can only bo killed or taken within tho Black, or fox specified; time squirrel, between tho Ifith of June and the 2d day of February. 3. Wild geeso, nnd ducks, between tho 15 day of AugiK and the 1st day fi-- (General (KAHN'S OLD STAND) U TkrQRdndiSe. DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, , HARDWARE, J TINWARE, ftfirEVERYTHING IN GENERAL SUlTMES.-- i June. Wild turkey, between tho 1st day of September and tho first day of 4. fiats, hoes, te- - v February, 5. Woodcock, between tho 21sl day of June and tho 1st of February. G. Quail, partridges or pheasants, Lowest GOODS! ?riQ( :5V Country. Produce .taken in Exchange for L GHCVES HI3VL .A. Bsaver Dam C-Theo-Ca- DEPOSIT BANK r Mc-Hen- ry Get our prices on Job Wok before ing elsewhere. 1 ... ...... In Poor Svvvyvv Health doing-busines- s Browns i-- 1 6-- I Iron d, Bitters cure-btn- efit n, 1 i fttti It Cures t i.J That Tired Feeling Vj n, M 1 1UUU ft fr1 ''4B The Ohio County Fair promises to be one of tho greatest importance ever held in the county. Its fine list of premiums and good management insures its fORMS! 20 H commences September 26 and cess. WHITE'S Cures continues four days. VERMIFUGE Ohio County Fair September 26 4 I days I w Ej-- ' mr f Hit ,ls wrr ll 5S(K . j.- - . i. !&! f . - -- r " '&i v7, 1 -- tfjitt m and on tho west bank of UicTombigbol River. Tho population is about ono thousand and like many other boutli Yon must see our new hats. ern towns, consists largely of ucgrocs, Co. Carson-Happenings and Personals as whonro civil and reapcutful. Tho We won't empty your pockets. Reported by our Regular white people are good types of tho Cakson & Co. southern planter nnd evidcnco a eocml ' Correspondent. ItiAestigntc and you will invest. of character, living mostly in largo palCakson & Co. atial dwellings with extensive flower BnAVKR Dam, Sept. 21. Millinery depaitmcnt. Visit our gardens and shadowed by beautiful The Rev. Casebier filled his reguCakson & Co. trcee,livo oak, chiuaberry, magnolia, lar appointment here Saturday and and crape myrtle. Don't fail to sec our goods. Sunday. The whole eito is a somewhat clo Carson & Co. The Riding Club spent Saturday vated sandy area, sufficiently rolling aflernoou in racing instead of riding. Read Fair Bros, and Co's nd this or broken as to afford good drainage week. Mr. W. H. Austin and wife, of the to the river and tho streets keep bo country, spent Sunday in town, the New cali store is headquarters for dry that thoy need no paving. Tho guests of W. A. Austin and wife. queensware. fancy town has thirteen stores, two mills, Mrs. Henry , Young, Rockport, New Ducks, latest dress goods, at and several shop? all doing a good spent last week with her sister, Mrs. probusiness. There are seven largo Fair Beos. & Co's. H. D Hunt, returning home Sunday New cash store wants your butter, churches, a male college' and n large accompanied by Miss Mabel Sweat, female college, which has flourished who has just recovered from a spell eggs and chickens. with a patronage of three hundred of typhoid fever. When you trade at the new cash so nnd of which your subscriber has Mrs. J. R O'Brien will leave Fri-da- y store you save 25 per cent. taken charge. for Paducah, where she will spend Novelties in dress goods and trimTho chief connections aro by river Saturday and Sunday. barmings at Fair Bros& Co's. with Mobile and by stugo lino wi t Two horses have been killed recentPlenty of hay, corn, oats nnd bran the Alabama & Groat Southern rail- ly by the train. One belonging to at C. L. Field. road. There was formerly a Short II. C. Maddox and one belonging to Jo per yard, Also a line of silk velvets, Remember the Commercial during Line between this place and the Mo- Berry, of color. braids, Jet passamentric. A look at the Fair. bile & Ohio railroad, but owing to II. D. Hunt spent last week in We this line will convince you tbat the some disagreement between the cit- Iniisville buying his fall stock. Canton Flannel .sc per yard Mr. Chas. Russcllbergcr, Whites izens here and the railroad people the style is right AND TUB PRICKS villc, was in the city yesterday. Mr. E. P Barnes left Monday to Best Calicoes 5c " We track was taken up and hast not yet purchase the fall stock for Hocker & TIIBLOWKST. ' Shirting 5c " Have you seen Fair Bros. & Cos been relaid. Co. . f " Cotton Jeans novelties in veiling. 15c ' Miss Fannie Barnes lert WednesDuring tho war Gainavillle was a This line needs but little comment, Bedecking . . .' . 15c " Fair Bros. & Co. are the clothing great rendezvous for tho Confederate day for Louisville and Cincinnati. as we have for years been recognized men of the county. Yard wide domestic 5c Miss Polly Anderson spent last Array, and after tboShiloh battle tho oa leaders in this line. We can Good all wool real flannel 15c11 style in men's stiff hats wounded were brought here and week in Hlizabcthtown attending The latest you with a hat stylishly 16c" 10.4 Sheeting nursed. Many of them died and are the Hardin county fair, at Fair Bros. & Co's. trimmed from 50c to $5. Miss BenRed tabic linen buried here in the town cemetery, 20 ' Mr. Atthur Hunt has been quite The new cash store has got the nett, our popular trimmer, is with us Best water proof . . . . 65 M in with a splendid monument erected to sick for the past week. cheapest men's nnd boys hats their memory by tho ladies. As a 8c " again and shall be glad to show that town. Look at them. loc Gingham Rev. Bringle, Central City, will relic of the war there i a large piece preach here the fifth Sunday in this Best carpet chain politeness is our motto. :8c Young men needing buggies will of artillery, ten feet long with an month. do well to see C. L. Field before buy-ineight inch bore, which the citizens Miss Dora E. Gibson spent SaturLadles white handkerchiefs 5C The have them in the newest shaes sometimes us on political occasions, day and Sunday in Hartford. Men's 5c in sod and stiffhats. Anyone want Mrs. W. T. Rolpli, ol Louisville, shaking the earth to tho center, I Mrs. J. R. O'Brien, son and daughFine woven corsets will arrive Tuesday to visit Mrs. H. see here, also, the hotel office in ter visited relatives 50c ing the latest should not fail to see at Gordon Station D. McIIeny. Black lisle gloves f . . 15c our line. which Qeneral Forest surrendered Sunday and Monday. Ladles white black and tan hose Mr. B. F. Keegan stopped over in Don't think of buying your fall his sword. B00T3 & SHOES. Regular nude. . . hat until you sec Fair Bros. & Co's. 15c The wells hero, some of which are ( Paducah Monday and Tuesday, We have the largest line of ladies Millinery. Alex Hunt, M. D., of Huntsville, feet deep, together nine hundred P am, Misses shoes to be found in Hart fine line 01 cmuroiucncs . . . Jt Handsome silk umbrellas Remember that C. L. Field 'bus with numerous springs afford plenty is in town. ford, The price is right, the quality Miss Bessie Nave, sprained her daily, during the of good, clear water, though not so Fine &ilk velvet, all colors 75c the very best. Men's boots from will meet all trains Health is ankle very badly Monday night. cold as in Kentucky. Fair. $1.25 per pair to $3. Times are close j Prof. E. R. Ray was in Hartford no great The tables at theCumniejcigl Hotel reasonably good, there being We have a handsome line of all the anj farmers who have many pairs to Attvk. very deal ot sickness, and most tnat does Saturday. arc always supplied with the latest weaves and newest fall shades, buy will surely act wisely by seeing occur is of the malarial type. affords. best the market Iteliicet Itntr to OwoiiNcobo Fair. ' at prices running from 25c to $1 50 our line. From tho corporate limits ot tho TheOwensboroFairopensOct.2 and of DEALERS IN Mr. John Springs and wife, town a rolling prairie stretches far runs to the 6th, inclusive. The LouisPaducah, arrived at the Commercial to the sou th, east and west, with a ville, St. Louis & Texas Railwa3 will yesterday. The soil is rich, make reduction of fare for the round &oftlimc8tono base Didyoukonw that Eair Bros. & and as far as the eye cau pee aro fine trip, from all stations, on these dates Co. have the handsomest line of fields of cotton, corn, canoand peas, Irvington to Henderson, inclusive, Millinery in Hartford? to Garfield, inclusive, both the brown and gubers, and in Glendeanc in straw, felt, all terspersed are fine acres of sweet to Owensboro, tickets good returning For sailor hats on all regular trains up to and includBros. & Co's. protatoes and melons. Indeed vegeshades, sec Fair Millinery department. of every kind grows luxuriant ing October 8th. tation In addition to the regular trains To close out remnants we will sell ly here, unless it is whent and some service, there will be a special train of the grasses. There is a good quan wall paper very cheap. run from Cloverport to Owensboro, Williams & Bell. tity of timber here along tho river stopping at all stations between these and in the shallow valleys through points, on Oct. 4th and Oct. 6th; afGates Jeans, yarns, linseys and OPPOSITE TEXAS DEPOT. BEST FARE. them found only tho prairie, consisting of pine, oak, fording an opportunity for everyone flannels, none like cedar, gum and other kinds found in to visit the fair. AT.ff TinK TABI.K. Mrs. G J. Bean, who has been sick at headquarters, Fair Bros. & Co's. Kentucky. The pine is not lonely for sometime, is somewhat better. The special train, returning from The steanTdrill is still at work in here in its lofty pride, but there are Owensboro, will leave at 5:30 p. m, Mr. J. L Carson, who has been in the well in front ol Williams & forests all the. way Lack to Dc For further information call on NO LIQUORS SOLD. NO INEBRIATES KEPT. THEfPATRON-AG- E complaining for some time, is about Bells. A depth of 60 feet has been great and agents, or address, H. C. Morduk, catur, two hundred miles. morth, OF ALL GOOD PEOPLE SOLICITED. well again. reached. A.G.P.A. most all buildings .are 111 ado of it. WKST, The tennis ground has been nicely Tracy & Son want your eggs and Tho streams aro nttiactive, haviug ForNalc. RFFKCTIVRAIMHI. 8, 1894,4:25 p. 111. butter and they will pay you marked off by. Messrs. John J. Mo cash or Any one desiring to buy a cheap cut channels deep down in the soft, . 11:48 a. m. goods. No. 5, Mait Henry and Tom Lee. Tennis is now white and bluo limestone beds, and farm with a good young orchard of No. 7, I.im. Kx, 11:25 p.m. order of the day. Mr. Richard Foster left Monday for the ripple along with clear water, shaded 150 bearing trees, a fine lot white oak No. 31, (Local) . 4.35 p. Parties desiring to enter their to- by evergrccps, some of which bear and poplar timber, should call on or Nashville, Tenn., where he enters KAST. bacco in the fair must hurry up and long gray, mosses, and numerous write me. The farm is on the RochVandetbilt Unjyersity. No. 6, Mail 12:50 p. 111. cured, as entries must be vines. In fact as you go on the ester and Beaver Dam road near Buy your lunch nnd hot coffee of get it No. 8, Urn. Kx 3:25 n. " made by next Friday. I will sell trains of the two long lines of railway Cool Spring Church. No. 32, 5:54 a. m. the ladies of the Baptist Sliurch while low. J. A. Hoops, All but fifteen stalls have been tak that pass through the county, tho attending the Fair next week. H. Mrkiuck, Ag't, Beaver Dam. Prentis, Ky. en at the Fair Grounds. Never be- landscape isjoverywhere so inviting Judge B. L D. Gtifly, Morgautown, fore has there been so much stock that you feel like stopping to admire New Feed Store. Friday, Siutkuiirr ax, 1894. Republican nominee forjudge of the T. H. Bean has opened a Feed Fair week. the many beauties that aro to be socq Court of Appeals, was in town Sat- ready for old stand at L B. Bean The Ohio County Fair the 26th. Mr. W. II. Austin and Miss Sarah and to listen to tno mocking bird, Store urday. and will be glad to have his friends R. Daughter. Baizetown, were mar- whoso varied music may be heard You will sec your old friends at the Mr. Wm. P. Alien, of the Rosine on him. ried at the Clerk's office yesterday, here among the foliage all day long. call m m Ohio County Fair. country, will move in the next few KIXDEKIIOOK. Morton pronouncing the cero There is an additional Judge pleasantness Sept. 10. Mrs. A. 0. Ellis has reMrs R. W. Walker, living a few days to Indiana, where he will make mony. too, to me, when I notice that I nra turned from Daviesa county, where his future home. miles East of town, is quite sick. visiting relaThe coming exhibition of the Ohio here associated w ith intelligent, gen ahespont several day The Louisville Conference of the H. T. Maxwell and family, Shreve, most inl, wealthy people, who have called tives. county Fair promises to be the made our office a pleasant call yester- M. H. Church, South, meets nt successful in its history. Prof. Elmo Williams lectured at No pains me to keep their school, at a salary 26th. Oweushoro Sept. No Greek School-hous- e Sat urday day. will be snared to make the attrac double that of any teacher in the night. Prof. Williams has been enThe trial of Mr. F, L Dchart, tions superior in every way. who was Green River country, in Kentucky. gaged to teach t he fall school at tbat Miss Mercedes Guffy, quite sick the first of the week is out charged with forgery, came np MonBut alas and withal, when4 1 think place. passed through town A Mr. Cinon day but on the account of absent witagain. Mr. WicklifTeLashbrook and wife, Tuesday driving a Shetland pony of tho many dear friends I have left nesses was postponed until next county, speut several days The excititing races of the Fair will Monay. three feet high. The ponv and the so far distant when the church bells of Daviess among friends and relatives week Opens cart were quite curosi-tie- s strikes up a rich melody tbat softly last going miles to see. be worth wee bit of a II on No Creek. f Marriage license since our last isand attracted much attention. dies away among the pinea and flow-e- is, the' 26th. Rev. E. E. Pate filled his regular sue: W, H, Angel to Miss Settle A. and I know they do not call to- appointment at Mt. Hermon Sunday-I- t While at the Fair remember that Stogner; Sam A. Anderson to Miss W. P. Smith, of Buford, has been gether the smiling faces I have so was his last sermon at that place serve you with a Elva Morton; Tracy & Son will J. W. Cummings to attached by R. Mcfohuson & Co. for often and so fondly met at the old this conferenco year. In case wo do good lunch on the ground, $109 and for $177 by W. A. Gunther Miss Minnie Morton. tho bosom though restrained not got lum back on this circuit "next & sons, of Owensboro. Mr. bmitii homo, Mrs. W. H. Barnes, Kniderhook, Mr. W. H. Angell and Miss Bettie will swell, a sigh will burst and tears year we know the good people who aro Buford. blessed with his presence will bo pleas who lias been sick with typhoid fever A. Stogner were married yesterday kept a small stock ol goods at will unbidden: fall upon the cheek, weeks, is slowly improving. at the home of the bride's father, J. for some returned that life so short is not lived out at a ed with him, for he preaches the word Barnctt Col. C. M. of God. Mar God's richest blessings Tub yesterday from Paducah, where he singlo place. Tracy & Son will furnish you while B. Stogner, Point Pleasant. It. D. Weluork. follow him wherever ho may go. kinds of cold Rrihjjilican extends congratulations. attending the Grand Lodge had been at the Fair with all The school at Alexander opened on and everything you wish to of Knights of Pythias of Kentucky, drinks Mr. B. J. Hicks, who lived at AiiilcronMor!on tho firut Monday in this month tinder 6'4t as the representative of Rough River eat. Owensboro, but formerly a citizen of Oue of the prettiest weddings ever the principalship.of Prof. C. H. Ellis Lodge, No. no. He reports a fine Remember C. R. Martin, the Jew- this county, died Monday and was celebtated in Hartford was that at with 38 pupils enrolled the first day The time and a big meeting. eler, does all kinds of repairing on buried near Beda Tuesday. the home ofJundge and Mrs. John P. Mr. Jo Poster, who has been sick of xatches, clocks and jewelry on short RqrunMCAN extents condolence to Our County Fair is the .county's Morton Wednesday evening at 7 typhoid fever, is improving very nice. the bereaved family. notice. pride and all citizens should unite in o'clock, in which their daughter, Miss making it a success. The manageElva, was married to Mr. Sam A. attended the Mr. R. A. Anderson ha) had quite teachers The result of the white UncleLouis Gunther ment has spaired neither pains nor Anderson, ot Tim Republican Over a severe time with a bono folou. He at examination here Sept. 7 and 8 re G. A. R. Encampment National coming meet- one hundred admiring friends nnd certifi- expenses to make the is improving at this writing. Pittsburg Inst week and reports a most sulted as follows: First-clas- s most relatives crowded into the cozy little second-clas- s certificates, 8; ing, which opens the 26th, the cates, 9; Misses Savilla Ward, Nina Renenjoyable time. Come parlors to witness the making of the third-clas- s certificates, 5; failures, eniovable of former effortsand Etta McCorraick,ot No Creek, The enterprising little city of two hearts one. The bride never look net and bring your family. none. formnor the groom viHitod Alexander school last Friday ed more beautiful Fordsville is contemplating the the Ohio haudsomer than when to the music of evoning. Call again, !adio3. Every body that visits ation of a Fair Company and giving The new Baptist Church at West r m r ,i i wedding march, by Mrs. D. E. A. K. Ward returned from InProvidence oa the first Sunday in county Fair is invited to come and the its first exhibition a year hence. Thomas they walked into the room Inspect the finest, largest and bets and paused to hear the glad words of diana recently. The exercises will be conOctober. Prof. I. C. Hoover, who has charge by Rev.' E. J. Maddox, .of selected and well bought stock of dry union. In a manner beautifully imMrs, Sharp, from above Hartford, ducted of the Crowe School No. 561 reports goods in Ohio county, at Fair Bros, pressive, Rev. E. E. Pate pronounced is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Owensboro, and Dr. J. S. Coleman prosa fine opening and a splendid A flrttl CtMMM t the ceremony and the bride and groom Billy Thomas at this writing, & Co's. of this city. The Ohio County Fair Co. has made Agents Wanted! were treated to a shower of congratupect for a good five months work. Daisy Dbane provlsiona that all may take an acHerman Taylor, son of Mr. and lations from the host of iriendfl presT. M. Ralph, of Adaburg, came to VITAL QUESTIONS OF'TKftY The trial ot Albert Brown for shoottive interest in the exhibition which repaired to morning and Mrs. W. B. Taylor, near Rochester, ent. The wedding party yesterday of '9- - Crkit of Elvis Blalikenship some weeks town ing begins the 26th. Each day will be a Political Revolution for Bread. against diedol typhoid fever on the 9th inst. the home of Mrs. Lucy Hubbard, writ a awore . .out '93 and '94. Battles HAItTFORD, KKNTUCKY, where Mr. and Mrs. Anderson will ago while in Brown's watermelon in point of enjoyment and m banner day Strikes, the Unemployed. and was buried on the loth. He was make their home for a while. A very Satur-cla- y Earl Taylor charging him with tress-passight-seeinpatch, came up at Beaver Dam The exciting races,the Great Labor Issues of the present sad It seetuaUiat Taylor has been a bright and dutiful child. The par-en- ts lew Intimate friends nnd relatives had and Builder various exhibits and the crowds wilt the future. Tariff Legislation. The before Esquire R. T. Render have the sympathy of the entire been invited nnd enjoyed a pleasant cutting timber on Ralph's land. What Protection the accused was acquitted. and a delicbe features that you cannot well af- Silver Question. evcnlnjjs entertainment community in their sad bereavement. does for the American Workman. Somebody broke into the Court ices. At ious supper of fruits and Will draw drafts from a nice, neat ford to miss. It will be n veritable What Free Trade does for him. A The ladies of the Hartford Baptist 11 o'clock the visitors renewed their cozy cottage up to a fine two story House at Owensboro last Saturday gala week. book for the hour. Everybody want Church will conduct a Lunch Stand This is ono of the oldest towns in congratulations to the happy couple office 'night and destroyed the indictments house. Will draw plans free of it. Price only $1.50. Scllsat Sight. and Ice Cream parlor in the old bewended their way homeward, and Nollc. Send term of the court, tho Btalo, situated about midway careful estimates Most liberal terms to agents. RRPUnucAN'on Market Street returned at the last memories ana chanre. Will make bearing many pleasant During ihe Fair next week the for circulars or so cents for agent's of Tub regular poured and smeared ink over the rec- tween Montgomery and Jackson, It wishing theseyoung people tlie lull- - on ad kinds of buildings, and remod next week. They will have Dank will close each day at noon. outGt at once, P. W. ZiKGLKa & Co., and ord book containing references to the is the largest place in the county est realization of their most roseate al old houses. Motto "Live and 73Q Chestnut St., Phlladelphia.P. Sam K. Cox, Fres. ice cream suppers on Thursday let live." I Bumpier on the Missiraippi border, dreams, indictments. nights.,. wear. GREAT BARGAINS ing place Come to Carson & Go's, for neck BEAVER DAM. For those who attend the Ohio County Fair at the popular trad' R7 OR BUST! FAIR BROS. & CO. Remember we have just received the largest line of Dry Goods, Notions, Dress Goods, Millirery, Boots and Shoes of any other house in Ohio county, all bought at a low cash price, and we pose to give our trade the benefit of all our advantages. We sell for cash, by doing we can afford to Aie we going to be lost in the shuffle or soaked in the soup? Not if we know it; we are here to compete with all comers, stock against stock and dollar against dollar. We are after the SHINING SHEKLE sell for less money than those who do not. We quote you a lew gains in each line: And we expect to get 'em by giving value for them. We wouldn't enjoy 'em if we got them on any other terms. Come and see us and you'll find us Death on the Dicker. StdPlC DD2?y GOOdSa .... ... ... J IVfcilliiiory-- We take no man's dust on the trade track. won't be bluffed out of the business game. now have ready a fine stock of Fall and Winter Goods and they're all marked at a low price. Come and size them up and you'll see we're FIXED TO STAY IN THE GAME! No fakements or shenanigan with us. It's INTOtlOrLW- , New Hats! g. just simply a fair, J 8c square exchange of Goods for Dollars the best Goods for the fewest dollars. A fair deal to all is our motto, live up to with every purchase. ae Dress GOOds ... CARSON & CO M General Merchants. Hartford, Kentucky: piotelStaple and ftaney Dry oods, Dress oods, &e., &q.. a life time experience in our line we have advantages that other houses do not get. Give us a call; we guarantee satisfaction. We arc here to sell goods. We buy strictly for cash and sell for cash. With HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION FAIR BROS & CO., Prop'rs. st prane5 Owensboro, Kentucky. iBHBP9?K3iw4k ""Rates Reasonable. 6-- YOUR MONEY And come to see John P. Daniel, of Rosine, Ohio county, clerk at The largest and most reliable Clothing and Furnishing Goods House in Owensboro, have just received a LINE OF NODDY 6-'- Mr. Daniel will be glad to have his friends call on him Fair Week. Itemember the place, ILIE Main Street, O B jE Ky. S Owensboro, 't r ilii si XV. IX XjTTCCEI, and Cox-cyis- s. CuMor Friday i x' ' J wn n, iMiW ' In '. xxcpuimitiii xluiuuiu liotlllllllPntl Fit t PAY, SKrrUMIlKR 31, 1S94. AN EPIC ON THE TARIFF. I rfclntVwaya'iind Incalis'cominTltcG onRMer tJ,10 b How StfSL1". TOT t . ' " ti N , i JXL 'tl II f U 'M L? nobody has discovered that tho trusts arc feeling bad. Onco the house set outoulto gayly to draw tip a tariff bill, and the democrats assembled on the capital's high hill. Mr. Wilson and McMtllin and tho other democrats cut the duties down on diamonds, carpets, coal and Persian cats; took tho duty off of sugar, slapped a higher one on rice, tinkered with the tariff question till they all felt gay and nice; sent the bill on to tho senate, happy oVr their .work and glad, but they found somehow or other that no trusts were feel v lng bad. . For tho big trusts owned the senate, owned it body, mind and soul, and they put tho tariff measure In a dusty pigeon hole. Then the trusts drew up a tariff that was just what thoy desired, and the, democratic sen 'ato merely Btood by and admired. Tho republicans protested, but their were In vain, for the trusts poured out their money as tho clouds pour out tho rain. Lven Vest and Wills were silent, though they showed that they were "madj" but nobody jcould discover that the trusts were feeling bod. Sugar stock was4)0tight up quickly by the great men's sons and cooks, and some statement names were written secretly In brokers books. Scandal jjrow 60 rife and ugly that the senate, ,ln defense, oven held 'Investigations" and protested innocence. In the merry "secret sessions" senators would testify how they "never speculated," jWhlle each winked a roguish eye. Each had "not bought stock nor sold U," though the public knew they had; and the people, grew indignant, butno trust was feeling bad. pro-'tes- ta Troso lWm In Hlilih ! Trut4 Ilmit Frol Unit 11 lor to tlie lant rrm Thcro is sorrow lu the whlto house, tvhero the lights nroillm anil low; there d la grief lip nt the cupitol where statesmen go; there Is pain In the committee rooma, where democrat bit rvltitn niiil ilin Nttir.nl't'll tfmltlpSK irllUV crs na she frowns and bites her thumb; tbnm UwPi.nluff loud and wailinif over one poor tariff bill, nnd the democratic cloak rooms are all silent, cold ami chill. Democrats who once were hap py now are weary, sick and sad, but hail-eye- 1 ' t . I ( brauches Inside of a mouth. That was Yvhnt the mold era of democratic opinion thought in tins fall of lbtU, They assumed to bcllave that tho dem ocratlo members of the rifty-thlr- d congress were being consumed by ado-Mr- o to lift tho burdens of tariff "taxation" from the baclcsof the people. Mr. Cleveland did call u special ses slon of congress, but nut for the pur pose 01 considering n tarllT bill. Tho subject of tariff reform was. not even taken up at that session. The corn- mlttce on ways ana means was appointed, however, and It had succeeded in formulating n bill before tho regular session of congress convened in December. Tho work was done lu a cellar by tho light of a dark lantern. It wns entirely tho work of southern democrats. The republicans were not permitted to assist in Its creation, nnd tho pcoplo "who xvero Interested In tho subject were given but brief hearings. The democrats had everything their own way, nnd yet It required about three months to get that bill through the house. Then the measure went to tho senate, where it was torn to pieces in the interests of the various trusts, which Four lain demanded consideration dred amendments were mado to the house bill, and It wns finally passed, after remaining in tho bauds of the senate more than four months. Now the two branches of cougrcts aro in a dcndlock over the two bills. The president has found It necessary to In Jcct himself Into the controversy, and it is doubtful if the democrats will succeed, after all, in agreeing upon a bill which will please all factions of the democratic party and all the special and sectional interests which the democrats are inclined to favor. From all this it appears to bo plain that the democrats do not know what they want. Furthermore, It is apparent that they haven't much of an Idea what the tariff reform, about which they havo talked since 1SS4, is like. People who had supposed thatthado- sire to smash protection represented a fixed and settled democratic policy will be compelled to admit that they Present events at were mistaken. Washington lead to tho conclusion that the democrats advocated tariff re- form simply for tho purpose of arraying one man against another and of winning votes for the democracy, and J(19t na Mon n9 congress met the bill would ho ready, and It could bo disposed of in both bUL DEMOCRATIC RULE. Iti ft 9 "S?c W& I I fA&&L jfet "Thcdemoeratlc party usks tho Intelligent judgment of tho American people. It asks a change of administration and a change of party In order that theru may bo u change of system and achangeof methods, thus assuring the maintenance unimpaired of institutions under which the republic has grown great and powerful." These are tho closing sentences In tlm platform adopted by the democrat- ic 'national convention of two years airo. and on which tho U rover Clove- land administration assumed tho reins of power. That was the promise. At the closo of Us first fisenl year of office, Included In tho sixteen months that have elapsed slnco Cleveland took tho oath, Ictus ask what has been tho performance? For tho first time since the close of the war tho expenditures havo exceeded the receipts, and tho dcllclt is a startling one. Tho revenues for tho year exhibit a shrinkage of about ninety-thre- e million dollars, and tho gold rcservo Is reduced to sixty millions, or over forty millions below what under republican admlnlstra tions was deemed to bo the limit of safety, nnd this though some fifty-eigmillions have been obtained by the snlo of bonds. And tho course of events directly due to administration misrule Is even more disastrous to tho people. Tho clearing house payments of tho country have decreased two billions of dollars, or about as much as the total deposits of the workers In the savings banks of th.c country, while it Is estimated that tho total of tlailjf wages and incomes Is jite million dol lnrs less than two years ago, this decrease being twice as much as the daily cost of carrying on the tremendous war for the preservation of tho union. Truly the people have suffered. They have paid dearly for listening two years ago to tho demagogues who exhorted them to vote for Cleveland nnd a change. The business trouble began very soon after Mr. Cleveland took his seat In the white house. Certain hints lot drop by his secretary of the treasury were construed as reasons forfearthai tho parity between gold and silver would not bo preserved. On this hint foreigners sent homo American stocks and sold them for gold, and it was ex ported in largo amounts, ami what re malned in the country was locked up from the channels of circulation. Tho result was a scarcity of money, which induced fears of the banks, and a run ensued which made money still more scarce for lending purposes, nnd Industrial operations were paralyzed. Confidence in the soundness of tho currency was restored by the call for a special session and the .subsequent action of congress In repealing the purchasing elans; of the Sherman act of lrcliuil Country llns HtiftVrrit AilmlulMrrttlim. Ctnlci ( lug tile objections to the sugar schedule which have been filed by'forolgn count! ies. Already it is known that Oermnny and Spain aro prepared to retallato for any discrimination against them. A bill Is now before the Spanish eortes per imposing a duty of twenty-fou- r cent, upon the manufactured goods and agricultural products imported free Into Cuba from the United States under tho reciprocity agreement. Since tho treaty was made our trade has Increased from SU.OOO.BOD to S'.!3, t y That is, reciprocity has near w-- tloulilct our dealings with Cuba, and of this great advantage we will bo de prived if the senate sugar schedule goes through. It Is said that the Oerman ambassador to the 1'nltcd States has flted n formal notification that the enforcement of tho discriminating duty of of o cent a pound on Herman sugar will be followed by retaliatory measures practically excluding American agricultural products. This would detrade worth many mil prive iviof lions, simply to carry out tho democratic bargain with tho sugar trust. That (icrmnny is slow to believe us capable of such folly Is shown by a recent statement In the National Zelt ung. It says: "It inny ho taken fOr urantcit thnt (Jennnny t submit to tiny Infringement will either open or IiuhUoiI. n( tho tnot fmorotl nation one-tenth 11 11. I.OIIMVIM.K.Nr. l.OUIN bOilKPUbK IN KKFKOT NOV. I, 1191. No. 51, No,M, A1TXH.R TOR THE CURE OF Catarrh, Scrofula, Bolls, Eczoma, Carbuncles, Soros, And all Other Skin Diseases. EQUALLY KFFKCTlVi: IS WUHTltOUNll. Iftly. Uilty, PniL Ohetity Pills wilt lultieu sm.i 7.43 ft, m. 6 M p, m. LouhtiHo M.. weight PKKMAN1SNTLY in ih P2 Writ pntnl H H.lltt.tn. TiWp.m, v. 17 lUitixK'nl'iiri; in 8.07 ). m. lo lo puiiitdrt a moiitli. is'O Starving 9 4 a.m. 8 37p. m, Irflnj'tnn Mckiiio oi injury; JCO Publicity. 10.2.1 ii. in. 0.21 p. m. rphInrt 10 U H in. 9 it p. in CnviTort Tiny htiild up the, health uud beauti...,... ...... Il:11ft, m 10 lop. m. MfvcfvlllcM.. fy tlio complexion leaving noWUINK I.miHrt.........A .'. ll.3Aii.in. 10.34 p.m. .... 12; 10 p, m. ItiU p h. LHSni fhthhineft-- . 'HTOUT AHDO li04 p.m. It.Mp.m hpoiiBTilk MENS and difficult breathing ruioly 1:23 p.m. 13 20 it. m. relieved. SO KXPKIUMKNT but tr. lit ixlt ritoi No. A3, No.M, v a fccicnttfic and positive rclIeI,adopted Dftllj. pftily EAST ROUND. only alter jeans ol expcjicnce. All' by. Ufiulprxon 7.15 ft. m. 3i 16p.m. orders RUjplied direct fiom our of7i.l7 ii. in S 37 p.m. vPotfrUr...M.M . ... fice. Pnee 2,00 per pnekngo or Ovi it f)rn. 9.'7 ft. m. 4 ItA p. m. e.cjft.m. AM p. m bfi4Hiri.MM,rt three pttckiiL'tfl fur 65 00 by mail 013 ft. m. l!a4v(lh protpiilil, Ti HiitiiiitiialH and particuIt) 01 ii, m. A.A7p. m. , , . Clnirri!! i, lar (e.iht!) 2 ef nti. 10 2o, m. 6.10 p. m, St l. All crticffpniulemu Rtiietly 11 02 ft, rn, 7.oAp.m, lrvlitou 0Trn-toro..- r. coufi-dcutin- Rheumatism! Dyspepsia, Nervous Debility, Impure and all complaints originating In l'ARK KISIiIl.qYCO., , Blood.. Ayer's Sarsaparilla Hat curod othors, will euro you. M:iFi nrin.1on.iTC Wt ,i l'olut, Ar. Loiilitillft 11;2U ft. - 1 p. m. p. m, t.w p. in. 9.UA p. m, in, 7:31 oa p, m. 8.0A .1. I., t'ftlMlll, It, n iS, 4'iiriiMi J. L. & Son, 1'tiiilhi.Nu, it unit Nn, Ai tnftkn connection ft Irvlnfttm (HumUy rmoptnl) wllh trlni ou Loula-vill- f, H. It,, mat nJ lUrfinilnir A Woi-tcil )iuU Fur lurltifr tnformtitlon,mldrfti O, MOHbUK,Ofn. IVrAfft. II. LuuInvIIIu, Ky Needing a lon.j oirhUilnMitlrtttt&ntlmlUUng lltlOW'.V.H I HON Hit I'lcftxHHM tftU,urc4 MAlarlN. Indltcc AllilcnlcMU'cpU. Uoil.itll'l lUtilUilH-- . clause. AiiR'iL'u' tmiMtw luioCcrmnny tiro ko Import ttit Unit oho will not ilctlre a tariff iiinKiis PENNYROYAL PILLS. 111 V American consumer of sugar, Tho democratic cry has been that tho markets of the world must be opened to Iteclproclty accomour products. plishes just that, but democratic tariff tinkering Is robbing us of the benefits gained through skillful diplomacy nnd wise judgment. Troy Times. DRIFT OF OPINIOr4. lyIn the lino of making the poor poorer tho Cleveland democracy holds , V Ueoordcr. the reeonl. C3TIn the column of los, ndd for tho year 1SV3-- thirty million dollars on wool, nnd then usl thu democratic party to tell you what you mo to hac instead of this thirty million dollars less for one year. CSTTlmt "open grave" of which Col. Wntterson foretold yawns. There ccms to be a disposition t try to pull everything In with tho democratic party just now. The people, however, will recover their senses. Chicago In4 from these facts that tho democratic error Is not to bo measured by the Increased eo.st to tho urttithu.M It Is a; parent WUlM . WW BiEQJfctr-- j lulOpierallafctri Vi(U VruivUiakiuowtUi- S! tmAiMKutritwi:. - ill I UllU leatLt lUH' "CBt regulntor for ladies; MH AtUrta.Ciik.OHirollMSWMtchAllfat- mo i FN I I, made cnilly and honorably, w Ithotit during our spare hoars. Any man, w ouinu, hoy, or gli can do tho w ork h;md Talking lly, vHtiuut i'xjtrlcuce. Kolldug like It for money- nilkhigcvr iircrtMllttfote. OurworkcM Uways pro u. No time waited In learning the hustnevt. We teach ou In a night how to MicLvrd from tho llr.t hour. You can make a trhl without ix-- I euoto)nurclf. Wo stmtou, ttinilsh c.vor tiling iiceiitHi to carry 011 mo hum-iicMicceufully, and guatantco you against failure If you but follow out Header, If M tuple, pl.ilu liMntctloiH. j on aic lu need of ready money, anil want to knoV nil about the hot paying ImimUos before the public, hcnd (H om mltltvs mm we will mall ou n uxu-uiei- it giving ou all thu particulars. capl-1.11 ss D OLLARS PER MONTH Your Own Locality pcmciiiignudmiiMiiig. sounble Ilattlnrd, K Careful listiiuatcs made on all Car Terms iea- - Wditcct ' 1 nothiiiL' uutdenMiit. uud nhvavs edeo itinh Advice Ireo. Packngen $1 and Tin: Uaion Co., DriifgwlF, Hoetou, ly Mat. Thn fPfnit. 1iri(tl tl Tlruil.lf .lit nt.l UhMftiatif1 yollvtrtts. Thoy Uivu a piipmt to tjimlnosJ nndMirrum, (Nimlnwiio fn6. huoit HMnt'tr, .i, '. l'lh, Sco'y, Aililrens Hpmioorltui Colleffo At zm mmm a r !'i r BUSINESS COLLEGES incorpoiutkdj nra cj i Ittlclnnaa t'titiilnt. ft mm mw Louisville. Ky., Ovoncboro, irrt, Ky.9 or Evansvllle, lnd 7WO SEPARATE BOWLING GREEil SCHOOLS UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT.- - Business College. B0.YLMG . GREEN v July 14, 16W). Put tho president declared In his message that congress must mhui enter on the work of tariff revision uud re- J i V HAVING TROUBLE I WITH HIS PAin.-Philadel- phia Press, h 'J 1 reling, and tho echoes of the fray ttravclcd up tho cablo car track to tho .white house far away. Members from ,the house grew angry. Word came from tho president, but tho senators responded that they "didn't give a cent." Difficulties grew ns many as the bones In Taunton shad, but no-- . body could discover that the trusts were feeling bad. ' Democrats with wrath grew purple nnd they even weep with grief. At the white hoube they hold counsel, but e'en there find no relief. Smeared with scandal, gross and tainted Is tho senate tariff bill, but the houso Is almost ready to tako down tho bitter pill. So the trusts are suavely patient and await the certain cud, for tho house's will is weaker and in time will surely bend. So the houso still chafes and mutters and tho president Is sad, ,but nobody has discovered that the trusts aro feeling bad. Still, the people'so turn is coming and It will not be so long ero tho trusts .that now are gleeful will discover something wrong; for tho ballot box can even bend a stubborn senate's will, and republicans will surely draw up tho next tariff bill. Gorman's bill .with all Its scandals, all It jobberies and deals, all its grossest impcrfoc tions, all Its pickings and its "stculs," will be wiped out of existence, and the nation will be glad, and nt last 'twill bo discovered that the trusts aro feeling bait IJoston Advertiser. "CSTTho democratic members of tho senate Investigating 'committee have decided to inquire further into the re lations of the sugar trust to tho democratic party. If Messrs. Gray and Lindsay are not careful they will find out something about tho bargain which was mado with tho trust out of consideration for tho bit? contribution which Mr, Havemeyor made to the domocratlc campaign fund in 1692. Cleveland Leader, CSTBoth the president and Senutor Hill uunouuco that "a satisfactory tariff bill will be passed." They don't say to whom it will bo "satisfactory," It 'of tho conflict rivaled a steam siren's blast. All the democrats were quar- Then, In conference committee sat the democrats at last, and tho noises when they had won a victory upon that issue they found themselves utterly unable to formulate and carry out tho policy they had advocated. The democrats have succeeded In demonstrating their Incapacity when entrusted with power, and they have fully proved that the democracy is a party of false pretenses. They liave accomplished nothing moreCleveland Leader, J t3flt is costing tho democratic party something In ejcpeilenco to discover that a protcctlvo tariff and sound mon ey are worth clinging to after all, but symptoms are not lacking which go to show that the conversion will bo complete. Pittsburgh Dispatch, not be held responsible for tho seventeen-year-old locusts, the arrival of the latter Is nevertheless an example of a familiar coincidence In life thatcalam itles usually come in a heap. Providence News. t3TA law to restrict Immigration Is not needed as long ns the democrats are In power, for times aro so bud that nobody wants to come here. Toledo Blade. C5?"Whlle the democratic f party can- 1 1 i .BF . will tako an awful lot of kissing and malting up to mako It satisfactory even to the parties now quurrellng over it, to say nothing of tho millions of people. Chicago Inter Ocean. C3?If there Is anything tho democratic party can do to get itself Into a worse muddle than It Is In now it may bo depended upon to do it Chicago Tribune, FALSE PRETENSES. Incupatlty for Intelligent Deroornfctlc regulation. Almost us soon as the votes cast at tho presidential and congressional elections In 1802 hod been counted tho democratic newspapers which had ad Vocuted the radical tariff reform to which tho democratic party wus pledged by the Chicago platform began urging President-elec- t Cleveland to call an extra session of congress an soon as ho should assume office. Such papers as the New York Times, Boston Herald, Chicago Herald and Louisville Courier-JournInsisted that tho people had voted for tariff reform, and it was the duty of the democrats to give it to them as soon ah possible. There was and could bo no exouse for delay, they bald. Nothing stood In th way of the passage of a bill which would wipe out the law if Mr. Cleveland would only convene congress in special session and give tho democratic lawmakers a chance. These radical free trade organs insisted that tho democrats knew exact ly what they wanted. Thoy had dU-illll-iAl- l Ir Jvjgul4jioi vTnpccsMtry to oven ill A HVAnAlAJI Wtk TlM VfTbA ftU ap-- CLOSE OF THE WAR. Brave Deeds of the Army Which Marched Into the Crimea, The formally ratified treaty of ' peaco was brought to London by Hon. William Stuart, first attache to tins British embassy ut Puris, on the 28th' of April, 1850. Sunday, the 4th of May, was o' served as a day of general thanksgiving to Almighty God for the preservation of peace, and on Monday, tho 5th, it wns formally proclaimed In Loudou. with the usual solemnities, says the Now York Advertiser, Addresses to tho crown, approving of tho peace, were carried in both houses of parliament an tho evening of that day, and on tho 28th both houses cordially voted "thanks to tho army, navy and marines employed In tho operations of the lato war," Tho feelings entertained toward tho meu who fought and bled in tho Crimea by tho queen, tho govern- mntit nml 4lin HArtiiln rt Ttl f n l l vA ' ' i i ... mso puccu un .cvuiu i... u,. lent utspatcn 01 ioru raumure s, which will bo perpetuated as long as tho language exists. "Slnco tho period," said tho noblo BecroUiry of war, "when tho army first quitted tho shores of England there has been no vicissitude of war which It has not been called upon to encounter, It was assailed by cholera shortly after it arrived in Turkey. Then was proved that moral as well as physical courage Led to tho pervaded Its ranks. field- - it triumphed in engagements in which Jieavy odds were on the enemy's side. It carried on, under difficulties almost Incredible, a slego of unprecedented duration, In tho course of which tho trying duties of tho trenches, privations from strait i omul supplies and tho fearful diminution of its numbers from diseaso ncitlicr shook its courago nor impaired its discipline. Notwithstanding that many a gallunt corarado fell In their ranks aud many woro called upon to mourn the gallant commander who led thorn from England and who closed in tho field his noblo career as' a soldier, her majesty's troops never flinched from their duties nor disappointed tho ch of tho country," BKul t" ii .., 11 I duction to carry out the pledges of the party, and the fear of tariff reduction made the Industrial situation still worse. Merchnnts were ufruld to buy stocks of goods that would have to be sold in competition with those produced under n lower tariff nnd our manufacturers curtailed operations for the same reason, in addition to having a diminished current demand for their goods. Many of them were forced to stop because they could not get orders for theproductof their establishments, und others managed to keep open by dint of offering their wares ut a severo cut in prices which made it necessary to reduce tho wages of their employes. The increasing competition of sellers ' on a smaller market Jed to further declines in prices, and this to more cuts in wages, till the compensation of labor had been reduced by fully twenty-fper cent, on the nverage, and ive still hundreds of thousands could not find work at 0113 price. The deceived toller whose votes had placed in power that party that caused all this mischief grew dissatisfied. Many of them struck for the wages which employers had paid cheerfully during years of republican prosperity, but could not afford to pay under the The democratic order ot things. railroads, strikes on tho Pacific btrlkesof the miners for bituminous coal, strikes In the Colorado gold fields, the strike at Pullman, with Debs' order extending it to nearly all railroads, the scenes of violence Involving murder In some cases, the calling out of bheiltrs posses and thu military to restore order; great privation to the strikers and their families, and no small amount of unjust Interruption loss to many who were not partloi to the struggle all this was directly consequent upon democratic Interference with previous Industrial conditions and national prosperity. Then there was an Immense falling off in receipts of duties on imported goods during this last fiscal year, because Importers did not deem ltsafo to be caught with stocks on band with the market prices falling when tariff reductions, went Into effect; and so the Income of tho government suffered directly, In addition to tho falling off that resulted from internal depression of trade, wjth greatly reduced consumption, making a total loss of nearly ono hundred millions of revenue. Ami while tho revenues have been thus running behind at the rate of nearly two million dollars per week for the whole first year of Cleveland, and the people suffering from business paralysis, tho tariff tinkers ot Washington have worse than wasted many months of valuable time In hobnobbing with sugar and whisky trust officials, and trying to help them to rob tho people e without benefiting the treasury by a single dollar, , This truthful plcturo Is a lamentable one. It especially is m by contrast with tho flattering promises mado to the voters two years ogo by the democratic politicians who, next Novembers will ask tho citlrens of tho United States to give them another vote nt confidence and elect their candidates bal-anc- C3TThe augur trust has prove l itself to be tho most potent force In tarllT legislation, and at the same time It has made democratic hucccss Impossible so long usMi'jar continues to be an article of general use In this country. St. Louis t3Miast full Secretary Carlisle, In uu nlUcl.il communication to congress, estimated that the treasury deficit for the ilscnl year would Iks 8.000,000. The deficit will be OTH.UJO.OJO. Mr. Carlisle did rot come very near, lie U not a good guesscr. Hut what Is a bagutelle of &V),U0J,09y to democratic financiers;' Albany Journal. C37"And "Cleveland nnd (Sorimin came bach," but tho gold eutitlnues to go" nnd dochti't come bach, 1 ho American people would llho mighty welltobwnp home of their Mntesmen now on deck, and would pay a liberal premium to somebody who would taho good caro of them. Two years nnd n hulf "more of drover und clover" will soon pass. The people should not lo courage. Chicago Inter Ocean. C"rVhen the McKlnley law was passed there was much democratic crltlcUm of the admlnUtnitlve sections. Now the senate leader. havo decided to drop the administrative pro visions of their tariff bill, giving up an a hopelesb tush thu attempt to frame more effective regulations than those now In force. If they would go n step farther nnd give up tho whole democratic tarllT scheme It would bo the wisest move they ever made. Troy (ilobc-l)einoera- ter Ocean. TRUE & CO., Qox400, Augusta, Maine. i rcvfiiiK, riiuii-(uiiuipc'ii.wiirl.nw .nuin,cf mi, armandr.iocuuon ProTlacu Wiltlnir. ant iVninanMti PutiiU can enter at (or rates Uar J tuition, Lend Ux Any time. N:nJ (or catalogue. cat a off ue, CHERKT BROS., Tropin, Bowllnj QrMBKT. lir"Moutlca Couno di.ltfd. Addrcia - . 1frfrtf UtdnTVi j, . s. " . BUSINESS COLLEGE. I I nln Crfirwil"' M Ik Lnild. I """ " fSmta WMi COTADLIOHCD A- - SOUTHERN SchoD SCHOOL. n.l ' ffmaalo Wi"V 1070. SOUTHERN IVIU(t !",."ToirV. NORMAL ". rlntl; (Jatons r IIerve ik Sr and ffels 1 Gome to Hartford -- QUICKLY CUU1J3 I to ski: tiii:- - en'l Spisri uriiltjv j vJervo:)5 Ochilily Fshinto. Nw:;ti!lii Etc i iinpli'li-lj- .M !ii(ritlti;' lll'lt llltf ll A lit I r.Jiiitiiuln;r 111 lirlf rilHie Mild I'rriiiu I tful nrr flllll it roiiH I'mmit, 1 !! till 111 Hllll COURAGE OFMAN'HOOD; in tluirili ! I nral l:1iuiiHteit, e Jt!i!l;eettr Ovcrnoi I Men mill Uuntni lCcMiirlu;: llu it, U Peifnct i onsthutlana! Powsrs. Its cxtr.umhary enratine power manifests iihdi almost immediately it is taken On tlm point the evidence of those who have taken it i.s uniform ami positive. They my they can feel the cfilct ol every doe doing thcin good It is a poweriul nerve invigorating tonic, imptrting its restorative influence thtotth the medium of the nervous $ stein to tvciy otgan nnd mom in the bod v. U makeshift Hale difference whether the constitutional vigor has been undermined by acute disease, overwork, or certain mischievous in Uccretions; or whether the broken d nvn condition i icnllcd Times. other, m CKorthe first time lu thirty years, bv or.ci name or cxh tustion. long as nervous general in u time of peace, there will be n def- there It I or loc.d ucitUucaS mi long as enerva- icit In the national treasury. amounts to the largo sum of seventy-fou- r lion nnd debility are the type of the million live hundred thousand I'uiucui. uii.N - nit; remeuy. dollars. The country Is living under 1110 JE WFIO SUFFER the fame law which made ISitt a year from the results of over mental or of unexampled prosperity, for the ma- physicul exertion, hard?ditp,p.posure, jority has not yet succeeded lu malt- hiuYeu drains, caprice, or who have ing radical changes In the tarltf law. brought upon themselves a set ies oi Hut for a year and a half It has been striving for that end, and tho fear that nllhctions by ignonuily or wilful. y violating mturc's lawM, will find in It will succeed has ei.used thu and detuorallratlou which ha.t CATON S VirAM.HU ANII NlItVK T(U- brought the deficit. When tho repub- IC the remedy lot their certain relief. lican puny was In pwer, tho balance It speedily removes all evidences of progressive physical deterioration, 011 the Wght side of the wusnh..! of the trci.iury.- - Albany Jour- and restores the enfeebled energies to their natural vigor nal. uuen-d-uesbo-d.- SPRING OPENING .it from 0. L. .Field's car of Buggies' jukt t r the i'OF- - Davis Carriage Company. He will save you MONEY by JJuymg from HIM. cell you a Iluj,vyf Will llnruc, Laji l)intcrnntl Whip fnmi G0,00 np lo fr75.00. The Davis Carriage Coin pan) Lab the reputation of LuiMiug tho beat Huggy for thu money of any Factory in Cincinnati. So eome and judge for yourself. mw 'WEERL I XaMuS "STORK "rBIBUBRSlP B aND- - THE DEMOCRATIC BADGE, A Folltl I WHEMBVLR THERE IS of I'll fur tlm I'urt hermit Trut-- t Jnteri'Ht. cnnuccoril President Cleveland appeal for "the genuine democratic bndfje," In his letter to Chairman Wtlcoti, Is n mockery of the working men and farmeri of tho United States, who now more generally than ever before display "tho geuulnu democratic badgu' every time they remove their coutt, or the wind blow, their coat tails awry. Hero Is tho sentence lu the letter toChulrmnu Wilson lu which ho appeals for the continuation of 'the genuine democratic badgo' upon thoKoatnf thotrouucniof every farmer, coal and Iron miner, und laboring man In the north; "It icuit bomhnlttcJ t!i- -t i;o Urirr measuro V'lthiUii:ocT.itIci'i-ii.(i;Iuo- r pro-i-- st "Wo hmo la cur pbt.or.a mid ocr uuy possible (kilutcU lu favor if the fite linjiorta-ftoncrra- vs rautciuU. nnl i una uHln Iirorniccil thlsMioull to rccunlcd our pcoplo uooa ui tua dcuo-- i utul nar rr.a lc:-U- l villa pn,cr to iktcr-ruin- o ratio p"-rtUio Urtil ocy cf (ho ccuntr, Tho following assertion of tho pledged made by the i.emocrutlo boisct to thu inonopoliciaudtru Umd combines: ana Uar tko irvuuluo ikmoerutlebailjo that does not p.'ovWo t or t j raw natcilals,' That Fcntemo wna prccelcd by tho J any weakness of the vital organs, nor vousuess, prostration of the phvsieal or mental energies.cotifusion of Ideas, lack of self confidence, Irritability of temper, melancholy, ciiwardice.we.tk-- 1 ness of the knees aud back, i ilpltn tion of the Heart, draggluir tuH in the loins, headache, irritation of the kidneys and bladder, milky urine, pernicious mid hidden wastes, tesult-in- g in a failure of the mental and physical powers, constituting an Impediment to micccss nnd unfitting him or her for the duties nnd jespouhibil-ilie- s of life, it is the reme ly for excellence. A single package will be sufficient to inaugurate the work oi legenern-tioand cure in many cases. Hut Mobboru cases often require more It will he sent, postpaid, .secured from observation, for$i per package, or 6 packages for $$, Address all orters to n, j t 3,73 H timw&L 1 i wsm wrtm ONE YEAR IIAKTFOill) RKPUBL1CAN, ilmtfoid, Kentucky Ad dress all orders to OATON MED. CO, Jioslon, Mass, '.t --- .,.. v- - I I bV" """ ' iftL'sr."J:w -the American pcoplo from tho heights of prosperity Into a slough of dcMpoml, The facts In tho cufao are plain, ho plain that ho who runs may read their pieanlng", which is that the democratic politicians are responsible for all the industrial and commercial depression which ha? n filleted tho American people blnco Cleveland1 inauguration, as well as for the great deficit lu the national revenues of tho fiscal year now cloftcd. Surely tho average American voter will feel as did the Hcotchman who remarked: "If a man chcata wio 'once he deserves to bo hanged, but If ho cheats me a second time It Is myself that iWsorvcs It," Chicago Tribune. INCREDIBLE FOLLY. The Country Ii Ilelng Kohlx-f- t Through V - 4i.u -"- -" 'iv" ni.m,.. -i i- v llluiulerliijr Tariff Tinkeri-rn- . The HUgar Rchcdule prepaid! by tho democratic Muiators an a favor to the pugar trust has provoked no cud of comment, but popular interest has been centered upon the effect which the now duties would have upon the price of sugar to the American consumer. This Is an Important matter, but not lobtt Important is the effect which the Imposition of these rates will have upon our foreign trade. This point may be more thoroughly ventilated when tile president responds to thu resolution introduced by Senator Hoar, calUntf tor Inprmatlori regard sugar for proper purposes und within rensonablo bound, whatever ilse may be said of our notion, wu aro In no danger of ruunlng counter to tho democratic principle..' Tiut ii n col Id plea for tho i tijar tru t, of which It h charged and ;,:t,iv.lly believed that Grovcr Ctevi laud t.a i.tockhnlder) It is a plea for JroJ raw Material-- , which most greatly compete with ins products of American labor. It fa u plea for u lax to protect tho most bruion monopoly thru i.ianufaclmv-- n foreign tln,f r.iw mapractically terial within tho United states! 'jho president hui t.howu greatly more courage In behalf of the Monopolistic manufacturers nnd tho trust uud than he did lu behalf of the government during tho war of tho rebellion, but no lutolligoht person eau read his two lettcru to Chairman WU-oread In thu hoiuo July t'J, uud believe that (rovcr Cleveland Is an honest uud patriotic mvrienn citizen. The object of theso let ter.i appears to bo mainly a deslro to Increuso tin and profits of tho suar tru it monopoly. Iowa titatu Kegitdcr. i;on-io:u- p corn-blne- .s n, pro-cctl- party wv um um Ho demands Hint lion and coal bo placed ontho free list with "the wool bat Unit In tuxln1;' 0t the fanner S3.Ew9 fr3IMBI 5tS !SLJ5.3aLJ CSSTPrcbldent Cleveland onco inld, In bpcaklug of burdens, that ho I. ml "u congress on Iih handa." We deslro to inquire of thu chief executive whether apart of b congress h r.bov.t ell tho burden ho cares to handle at thrt titao? t nf Riirmif's. Harts Surrlcs and Caff fanes, and i'f al Lipctlv with thecoii8umor, ih usravlitl n.tl.e per cent, usually paid to irldclc iT.tn. Cui pittsaereas Respectfully, onable, and we auarantoo satisfaction. STcaiiK TBtrWl. 3Edlae.e. ' WnornnmnnriiirflM C! F. A. AMES Owenaboro, Ky, ,mi & CO. fts I ,.,.. r " ' i(i "TZnfn Htjttliipf "" ' ik M(A-- " ;tf,iiZ.Vr A "Mterf4