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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1894 hao1894092801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1894 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. v "'SVr r 'v Tin; .invr.itr inimj katin THE REPUBLICAN AUK VKHY RKASO.VABMS AM) CIRCULATION IS VERY URGE. The HaetdbB EEPUBLICAE OFFICIAL OBftAH OF THE PARTY ... ' - .j. J , ' a mjui- - -- t i HAVE rO UFA ID 70UR SUBSCRIPTION? stand with Tho Ropubltcan. Pay up and onoyoarln Advanco and wo will oond you Tho Louisville Wookly Commercial ono yoar froo. Subscribo at onco. Will show how you -l i .1 THIS TAG WE DO JOB WOItK Every VOL. 0 IN IHEiFOORIH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. Vll. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1894. Intended to preserve It If there was tho slightest chance of his being able to do so. Io had tho package in tho inside pocket of his jacket, tho mail bags hanging from the pommel of his saddle, and, as ho mechanically obeyed the robbers command by reaching toward his pocket, bis mind wus busy contemplating possible plans of action. IIo had already placed his left hand on tho package; but thero It rested, for ho had still no intention of acceding to the request of the highwayman. "What's the matter?' fiercely questioned tho one who appeared to bo tho leader nnd spokesman of tho party, perceiving tho hesitation of tho mall carrier. Rlcardo's reply was a lightning like movcmcnt.6t.hta right band, a whipping out'of his machete from Us scabbard, and tho dealing or the audacious Iilghwaymay a blow on the head that sent him reeling to thoop-positohida- NO. 9. PROFESSIONAL CARD. Highest of all ia Leavening Tower. Latest U. S. Gov't Report OWENSBORO, KY. Will practice his profession in Daviess and adjoining counties. Special attention given to collections. Office, Bank of Commerce Building. Jfii.N.CJicnn, ViJlllJjOAP bONT ACCEPT lttlTATlONS. TH PROCTC.T U CAMS MCAIIDO SANCHEZ. Tho Advonturo and Exploit of n Pluoky Mall Cnrrior. tho republic of Ecuador thero are still numbers, of men employed In carry lugthc malls between towns tn the remote provinces ofjthe coun-rI ii y. 99oPURE I &&m A BRAVE CTnolo J ABSOLUTELY PURE DARKY. Billy's Rido Upon tho Back JSS " J. hj LAWYER, J.fl.R. nedilln V CO, ClNTL ? ft 3 ANYWHERE THE SHERMAN LAW. What KfTrrt CloTrlnnit'a Vnto Una Hat t'pnn ttto tmuitr. On March 2'J, lblM, President CIpvc-lan- d returned tliln bill to tho house of ruprcKeuttvcft with Ills reason toe vulo-U- g It. In his measngc, he sayp: "Tho ilntuHsl alsturbanco which actt ocr the cojntry tturlntf tho past jour won unjmrtit ItUfl In lit hocrlly und dltastroui 1 herw hocinetl to bo utmost an entire displacement ut faith tn our flnunctal ntllity nni u toy of conlldcnao In our llfttal jwlicy. Amontt lliow) wluattomptid to nnslpn causci forourillatteba tt uu very tcnurnlly conceded that tho oirallonof a provision of at t tun In Jo roc which roqulrod thr ko ornmont to pur V.af monthly u liuno tiUiount of titter tuition lUidtkHUolU U)Ua tn imtncnt thorofor, vat tiHitr enttnfy, or to utargt trdnt, rcsjonlblo for our condition. Ihlatcd to tha icical, on tho firm day of November, I&3, of thli statnio ty pro talon." The ro is no doubt of tho aovorlty of tho financial disturbance. Wo are ull woU posted on thtH top!c( most of uh hy blttor vxpcrlcncA1. Wan It cnu&cd by tho Hhcrmun luw? Let us see. Thli "bad" law wan repealed last November, lias there- been any Improvement up to the present dute? Ia it EVERYWHERE! SUMMER EXCURSION TICKET8 Mt ON Al VI4 Cdesapeaomo&soiKdwesteni M. IAItrROADt To the Springs and Mountains of Virginia, To the Lakes and Woods of tho North, To tho Seashore and the Ocean, TO ALU THE PROMINENT RESORTS UNITED STATES AND CANADA AS WFLL At TO Tim Pleasant Spots near Home: G&AYSON SPRINGS, DAWSON SPRINGS, CRITTENDEN SPRINGS, CERULEAN SPRINGS, Fatuous for their Social, Healthful, and Jtcouomlc Advantages. XOCAXfdUNDAY EXCURSION TICKETS icon m1 between all stations within a of fifty inllea, and WEEK END TICKETS will be aold to Loula-till- e, MtmpltU, and l'aducab, from jiointa In the rldnlly of Uioae cities. Kite, pchedulea and alt Information rrKardlne tnp In any direction will be furulthed on application to any ngcut of the Chesapeake, Ohio & Southwestern R. R. and any one requiring took, jwnaphleU or any rt a'lveriiiltiR matt.r, tlcKTlhtug: any particular or resoiU.cau procure aaiuc by writing to ooycf the followintci J.T.O0M0VAN. Rlcardo Sanchez was one of these, and his routolay between the towns of San Ignuclo, on tho fouth bank of tho Putuinayo river, and Ado lutitc, twenty miles to tho southeast. Rlcardo, who was ono of the most honest and trustworthy men fit the service, always left San Ignaclo at seven o'clock In the morning, and generally reached Adclantontclcvcn or thereabouts. Having dined und rested ho started on the return journey, arriving in San Ignaclo at dusk. One bright morning, not so very long ago, after having disposed of his breakfast, Ricardo mounted his piebald horse nnd htarted off on his dally journey. Ueforc leaving the oflice, however, tho postmaster handed him a some what bulky package, Informing htm that it was of great value and was to bo delivered personally to Don Julio de Gerrnno, the owner of a big cattle ranch in the vicinity of Ado LAWYER HARTFORD, KY. off r Anderson's (Office, Ba&aar.) GLENN & WEDDING, of an Alligator. the road, The next Instant Ricardo gnvo a The horso loud, defiant shout. sprang forward, hurling tho men who held the bridlo rein to tho ground, nnd dashed off at tho full limit of his speed. The remulnlng bandit, seeing the turn of uffalrs, drew his weapon and bounded after tho fleeing yelling like a demon as ho ran: mail-carrier, "Haiti halt! or Hirer Ji HOWARD ftklTkhftArU f.B. nctciu, ar. Oca I LYNCH. Aft , KlllMILLE, KT. C.J.GRAUMER. AM, I !. JOtLY, Putrkl Im. Aft tUMMIM, fBJOr. W.J. McBRIDE, more and more Acute all through the winter, and that It coutfuuosunabatcd up to data? We haTeftWpped out from under tho "baleful hmuence of tho Khorman law, but wenro strll In tho btulow of tho Impending WIIroh bill. Tf here In no hope for many ludustrlcs; othern will only ex. 1st bocauso of a democratic pull to oauo moflltlcatlons In tho Semite. Tlit-rcan be no Improvement except In the In ere use of flnanelnl funerals, lint ho say; not true that the Mluatlou hnstfrown lantc. Rlcardo promised to deliver tho package, which con tallied money I with which tho Don Intended to pay his employes their quarterly wages, by noon, at tho very latest, unless ho were detained by some unforscen circumstance, saying which, ho rodo off, humming a gay tune. The sky was clear; hill and dale were clothed in brilliant verdure; birds of gorgeous plumage flitted pust him or bang merrily In the tree-topwhile occasionally his cars were saluted by a hoarso bellow from Bomc steer in a nclghborlngpafilure. After traveling several miles, tho wceno became wider; great stretches of dense forests and Impenetrable tunglcs, which tho mall carrier be Infested with many savngo beasts, loomed into view on the one hand; on the other were vast Uauos, or plains, of tender green, which spread away like a gigantic undulating carpet to tho southwest until they appeared to sink Into tho horizon. Rlcardo had been over tho route hundreds of times before, and, while tho grand panorama which wus now passing beforo him might have charmed a stranger, It produced llt-tl- o or no effect upou him. d Presently he left these scenes nnd entered a sort of lane, both sides of which were Mned with towering mahogany and rosewood trees, tho uppermost branches of which Beemed to bo alive with birds of many flpecics. A gloom akin to twilight prevailed In this lane, duo to innumerable Creeping plants and trailing vines, which cropt from branch to branch or hung in long, wavy festoons across tho roadway, Interlacing ono anoth- or or twisting and twining about tho booghs and branches of tho trees to such an extent as to effectually shut out all sunlight. s, bo-hlu- m Ricardo refused to listen to tho command, and ben t low lu the Buddie, Just ns two fahots rang out, one bullet coming so closo that he distinctly heard It whistle past his right car. It was a game, however, which two eould play at. The half turnlug, raised his revolver, at tho pursuand tired point-blanmail-carrier, k ing robber. A howl of mingled rage and pain Immediately after told that tho fellow was hard hit. Ricardo galloped on, and reached Adclanto in safety, with the money packuge intact. 's Tho man wounded by the shot proved to bo ono of Senor Gerrano's most trusted herdsmen, who, learning of the large sum of money expected by his master, had leagued himself with three other rascals to secure it. Subsequently ho recovered from his injury, and, after a quick trial, was sent to prUon for a long term. Ills villainous nsbOoUtcs were never heard of again. As for Rlcardo Sanchez, ho was liberally rewarded by Don Gerrnno, whose property ho had so gallantly saved, and evil doers In that section of the country wero probably taught to lcavo tho plucky mall carrier alone, as ho wad never again troubled by bandits or highwaymen. Charle3 Knisscr, in Golden Days. mall-carrier- Trr flit. At-XT. , L0V1T1U.K,KT ln Maer. Lul'lMILLB, Gotten Helt jPoiite Louis. &iitlitualirii Ity.) (it Our toco cry hat, nrtfrtottiti, ateadlly and tUouirU Ic thun Uvo months ha o elapsed ftlneo the rcpcM of the mischievous hlhtrtiurchaso requirement, n wholoKalo tm jiroMintiit la unmistakably npparmt. Co nil -dcncolnour absolute aolvonoy U to such an extent reinstated und filth luourdisiobttloa tlnattclat methcxU Is so far Wadhcroto restored as tp sroduo tho most encouraInfr rcsutu both at homo and abroad. Tho wheels of domo&tlc Industry hae beu lowly sot In mutton and tho tide of foreign iuckttntnt haa mruln started In uurdlnatlon.' Ax'Zcasxsas X Texas i ' It must bo a close observer who has soon uny Improvement, whether whole halo or rotull. Some Itousenatid Industries have notgono to the wall in thttt later er!oJt but It was because they had tilrcmly jjot there. They could not full or closo up twice. Onco was quite THE ONLY LINK Willi ilirtiiiKliCnrSi'mi'C mm to m lron w No change ol Car to OH INrKK.MKDI'lKrolNr.S. Two Daily T ains Carrvinj through CobcIuh iiimI Traveling tin Pullman Sleeper. finiet fanning, grazing and timtici lamia. AiMl'reaehiug the most peruu towns Mini cities in the Great Sourliwost. FARMING LANDS. I t L Ycildiiig nil tliu ceienltf, corn ami nliumlaiit y cotton, aud especially adapted to tho cultivation ol small Ir.iita anil early vegetable", Ailbrdiug GRAZING LANDS. during ulm:t the excellent pasturage entire )car, and comparatively close Too Terrlblo for Anylhlng. In tie pre at mnrkefe. A party of young ladle uvro visTIMBER LANDS. Covered with iting n photograph gallery In Austin. almost iiiexliauntible foiebU of jellow "Do you know, ghl." cnreleably pine, cypres und tho hard woods observed ono of them, "that hi the and Eastern photographer'a camera everything rmnmon stands on Its head?' 'J exit. "It can't bo possible!" exclaimed Can bo procured on renronulilc and ono of the young lftdics, growing advantageous term. palo and trembling like on nspon leaf. "You don't mean that?" All llnc connect with nml lutYClirsi "Dutifa so. Why? What's tho etHiiit snlr tin in matter with you?" entd the ftVat apcakcr. "Mercy on iwol Why, I had my Afck your nearest Ticket Agent lor photograph token here last Mouduy, maps, tunc tables, etc., nml write to and and oh, it's just too horrible for anything!" Tammaoy Time?. any of the following lor all informayou may (lustre concerning the Paper Horooahoes tha Latest. tion trip to tho Great Southwest. Tlio Gormr.n army has recently R. T.G.MATTHEWS, bocn testing horseshoes mndo of paper. It has been found that their Dis't 1W Agt., Loubqillo, Ky. llL'Jatncss and elasticity mako It E. W.LaBEAUME, for a horse fo shod to travel G. P. &Tkl. Agt.,.St. Louts, Mo. faster and further without fatlgtje J. A. EDSON( than ono shod with Iron, and they Gen'i Supt., Texarkana, INx. aro entirely Impervious to water or other liquids. 1'ho shoes nromado by very much tho sanio process as tho paper car wheels, and consist of thin bheels of popcr pressed In a 8oUd mass by hydraulic machinery. RcR t" l HAUL MAr'kSj Thoy can bo fastened to tho hoof of COPYRIGHTS. a horso cither by nails or a kind of CAN I OBTAIN A PATENT f For m gluo made of coal tar and rubber. opinion, writ to Eonipt apiwor and nn bonot nAarlv flflT TB&ra' '. whnhiin hurt Chicago New. tporlrneelnltw pfitont uuilneus. Commnnt- - unaided by tho faith of (Irovor Cleveland. Foreign investors Imvc, indeed, pure4iased, but only of tho new Issue of bonds. Wo are fools enough to issue them and they will buy, even If they do uot do it directly. Ho hays: "Our recovery bclutf towcll under uaj, nothing should bu done to chock our couvulcsccnc.'v Thoso wonls aro cheering and Indeed consolatory to tho corpses. Thuy seem to rebuke them for dyinir, eveu after all tho breath has been kicked out of them. They uro Informed that they should hae died from tho Sherman bill; and that, having once oxplred from that cause, they should havo promptly cotuu to life lust November on Its repeal and now be in a state of exuberant health. What President Cleveland uoods Is a commlssiou to advise expiring Industries a:i to tho particular dlseaso of which they bl.ould die, and positively prohibit, even if necessary by vetoes, any Mich from dyin;r except from ofll clal und approved cau.es. MiillcleuU No says tho wheols of "domestic" industry haTu been slowly hut In motion. Bo slowly indeod, that mnoement Is not visible lo the nahed eye to uu eye I j ' A NOVEL Derlln COUNTERFEITING. ( t ' Goiton Belt Route Through this dark, green archway nature tho homo of tho lovely trogon, with Its brilliant plumage of golden brown, scnrlot and black, of beautiful llttlo humming blrda without number, of tho enormous-billetoucan, of shrieking macaws and chattering parrots tiro rodo at on easy canter. IIo had uo fcor of danger, for ho wa9 well armed with a repeating rifle, which stuck In a holster In his saddle, while a revolver and mucheto (half knife, half sword) wero suspended from a cartridge belt, all ready for Instant use. His spotted mount pranced and cavorted as If ho appreciated tho elmdo, for tho sun was now quite high, and Us heat was Itcuao. of d mail-carrier W .!-- jUPV iiuuuhuwh ut iih iioiiaainoiir cunnutiutini formation ouncuniiux I'ntenfa and how to ob-U-ln thmo aent f re. Alo a caulosuo Ot mochao lo&l and ciontlRo booka aont free. Tatenta taken throuiiU iiunn k Co. reoelra American, and vpaclainotloolnthaHclentUlo thus ara brought widely bofortthe publlo without ert to tha lnrentor. Thli i&lendJd wwr, wcfiklr, eleitantly lllaBtrateil, ha br far the JituM Urraat otrculatlon of any teienttflo work ra ti world. 9,1 a year. Hampia ooplaiaentfrao. Building ifidUlon. monthly, fUO a year. Hlngl ooplaa, Jii oenta. Krory n amber oonulna beau tKul platea. In color, and photographs of new BOUJM, with Diana, enabling bulldera to atiow the latttt aVtlimt and aecure contract. Addreu MVHH & COniiLW ionic, 301 Duoadwat. YOU GET STRONG, If vouVo ft tired out or "run-down- " jjmr vliiror VBBBBB lOll yil TABLERSDII t BUCKEYELlLE . , f Favortto Prescription. And, If you suitor from any "female com plaint" or disorder, you get welL For Iheso two things to buUJ up Vlorra'd wo-uo- OIHTMENT CURES NOTHiHfl BUT PILES. A and to euro women's ailments modlclno that's guaranteed. this U th only If It doesn't boncAt or euro, in ovary caw, your money is returned. On thoso terms, what elso oan lo "just ru ROodM for you to buy i Tho ' Proscription" rogulatea and promotes aU the natural fouctlons, nov or con Uicta with them, and is iwrfocUy harmless In any condition of tho fcmnJo system. It digwtlon, enriches tho blood, brings rofroshlng sleep, and restores health and strength, w known for IQyar as the REMEDY FOR PILES. rrtprt4 ay RlCaiCMW HmcniM CO., it. L0V1X 8URI mnd CERTAIN OURK BEST For ulcerations, displacements, boarlng-dow- n Bcnsations. iHirloxueal pahu, and overy ircuio- ity that safely, and iHinuauenUy euros Ricardo, too, welcomed tho cool shade as a relief from the burning rays of tho sun, nnd whistled a merry tunc as an accompaniment to the llvcJy antics of his horse. A mile they proceeded thus along the winding trail, and catno to a nlaco where tho gloom was a trlilo denser than at other points in tho lone, when Rlcardo's attention was attracted by a slight rustling In tho bushes uhftid. Deforo he could draw rein, four dark figures, enveloped In mottled boivipcn (which Is a square blanket or cloak with nhololntho center to admit the head), and with tho upper part of their faces concealed by masks pf black clotlT, sprang Into tho road. Two of them Immediately ftcUed the horse's bridlo while tho other two pointed their heavy revolver aut tho mail carrier's head. "What do you want?" demanded Rlcardo, vdio was taken completely by surprise. He had never before been trouoieu by banditti; consequently, the pres-oattack greatly unnerved him for the moment. The robbers wero not at all backward in utatlug their mission, Whllo Uvo of them were attending to tho horse, which, alarmed at tho audden appearance of tho men, was plunging and kicking about la terror, one of tho remaining robbers, lowering his weapon, advanced and said, in a harsh,. threatening tono: "You must hand over that package addressed to Senor Gerrano you will bo allowed to jJrococdl" Rlcardo, who had now collected his scattcrod senses, was in u mcofl- ut bo-fo- re Fraud Puts Out Dotter Coins Than the Genulno. There has lately been a very wldo circulation of counterfeit coin in American cities, notably In New York, where tho conductors on the street railway cars nre said to havo had bpurlous dollars, half dollars, pieces quarters, dimes and five-cereturned to them by the management of tho lino to make trood in unprecedented quantities. In somo cases tho amount refunded by tho conductor In ono day has reached to There appears four or live dollars. to have been slinllnrnctlvlty on tho part ofcountcrfcltorsln tho city of Berlin, where a singular fact has come to light. It appears that a German coiner has succeeded in putting into circulation throughout tho city a largo number of pieces, which havo the peculiarity of being actually of more value, regarded as silver coins, thnu the genulno mark pieces Issued by tho state. Thcr color, their "ring" and their stamping nre all so like tho real artlclo that only a very practiced eyo can defect them. Their only faults arc that they feel a llttlo greasy, and that tho edges of tho lottora-ltheir inscriptions are not quite so precisely finished us thoso on tho genuine coins. Tho remark able thing about them Is that while tho real worth of o mark (equal to twenty-fiv- e cents) Is, In tho prcscutr statc of tho sliver market, only thlrty-fivpfennigs, the Imitation marks aro each worth forty pfenone-mark n o nings, r A"GEonaiA Undertaker has adopted a novel method for Increasing his business. His advertisement reads: "Funerals on tho Installment plan, Two dollars n week will bury your Atlanta Conhtituilon. best friend. wsr $&? and havnineti 5a HanUntment ore only posslhlo with perfect health. Tho rapid advancement in medical Bcionco now permits the preparation of medical compounds whoso uso Is a guarantee to buccoss. Ono of the best known and most popular at tho present day is Dr. Fenncr'a Kidney and Ilack-acn- o Cure So certain ia it to brlnff prompt and permanent rcliof In all kidney and hludder complaints, femalo weaknesses, gravel, lame, soro or aching1 back, as well as in all blood skin eruptions, scrofula, swellings, dyspepsia, dropsy, headaches, sense of wearlnovs or drowsiness, etc, that it has long been sold money rp- anything bo fairer? Costs nothing to try It Tako a bottlo homo to-da- 'uro prepared for this declaration. Ho had no Intention o. surrendering tho packarfo to tho bandits if thero was any oopo or routining it, u THIS PAPER?; PifWiar Amrir p u I.iOTayriiabcj. ouruuiitrfuuu tuu minis tn HhiiMdetntila Undo Billy lias lived with tho Marlins through three generations and Is considered one of them. His time Is chiefly spent with the Martin children, by whom he is greatly beloved, says a Louisiana correspondent of the Philadelphia Times. It Is gator. his habit to take them for an outtr.g But tho monster did not koop everyday when the weather Is favor- gulot whllo Uncle Billy was planable, and the little ones look ning his escape. It plunged on as with keen delight to theso desperately as over, a though thero jaunts with this faithful old darky. was no limit to its strength or Yesterday was uo exception to tho bound to I to fury. Tho old man rule, although ho was loth to lcavo glanced around as well as ho could, tho kitchen, wherein was the savory but no one was in sight He sumodor of turkey, pudding, cake and moned what strength he had, aimed snuces, the feast in preparation beas steadily as bo possibly could, ing in honor of Undo Billy's birthbreathed a prayer Sor the child's day. safety, and then threw her IIo had just turned ninety, and ashore, fully ten feet from ns far back as ho could remember Feeltho edgo of he canal. lls "old master's folks" had given ing relieved that she was him a birthday dinner. So the old saved from the horrible death which man much preferred hovering round had threatened them both, he the kitchen on this especial day, but breathed more easily, and onco again the children tugged at his coat until put on his thinking cap, which helped lie hadn't the heart to refuse, and, him almost immediately. warning tho cook not to lot anyHe drew out his little ponknlfo thing happen tho turkey, tho old and plunged it in rapid secession lo man was soon back In the field, hand tho fleshy port of tho alligator's in hand with the two little boys, throat. The llttlo blade was sharp while the third child, a girl of three, and did good work. The alligator was left sitting on tho steps, the snapped his Jaws, plunged, dived, picture of woo, because her mother lashed his tall, turned, twisted and did not want to burden tho wiggled marc than ever, but all tho old man with this extra care. timo Undo Billy used tho knlfo Undo Bill had been out with tho right dexterously, and by tho time boys for probably two hours and tho loss of blood had ltd effect upon they were walking slowly back home the alligator and Undo Billy saw t through the field along tho canal, was about to sink ho mado for tho when Undo Billy's keen eyes saw bank and climbed up how, he does something a good distance ahead of not 'himself know. Ho tottered a them go over into tho canal, folfew steps nnd fell, and when help arlowed by a child's scream. Tho old rived tho old man was found lying man must have been as fleet as a on his back, looking quite dead, and deer to havo reached the spot in tho on his breast, Gobbing as though her And that very heart would burst, was little Garry, ttmo that he did. second he saw his "llttlo mistlss," who was wild with grief because she as ho calls tho tot of three years, thought Uncle Billy was dead. struggling in the water with the al- - i But ho had only fainted from exHgator. He had no weapon of citement and exhaustion and was except a small penknife, and soon brought to. Tho child was no ono was within hearing except not seriously hurt, olther by tho tho two little boys. And action had alligator or its fall when tho old man to bo token at once. This ho know, throw it ashore, and for this no on and knowing as well that ho was in is moro thankful than Undo Billy. for tho tightest fight ever experi- - , By evening tho old man declared enecd In tho state, he plunged Into himself In fine trim for his birthday the canal, landing on tho alligator's jlinnor, aud all tho guests at his uacic. banquet say the old man did it jusTho monster snapped Its jaws at tice. the old man and In so doing lost its Undo Billy says that ho has hold on tho child, which Undo Billy dogs, shoats, calves, goats, oxen managed to grasp and hold out of and a wild Texan pony, but not ono its reach". Uncle Billy sat astride of them or all of them together can of the alligator, as near to its head hold a light to that alligator. That as possible, to avoid being bitten, if he is any "jedgo" ho has "jes' rid with his knees pinioned against its a cyclone." And wo wero inclined side, whllo both hands wero emto think ho had when we saw floatployed In protecting tho child. It ing In tho bloody canal the next was a terrible strain on tho old morning tho terrlblo monster with man's strength, but tt was that or which Uncle Billy battled so long, death for them both. He sent tho bravely and victoriously two boys home for help, and In the TWO THINGS AT ONOE. meantime kept his scat bravely. Those who havo seen an angry alliAn Extraordinary Illustration of tho gator can appreciate Uncle Billy's Dual Mind. desituation better than It can be An extraordinary Illustration of scribed. In strength they aro powtho dual working of the mind is to be erful and when angered something found tn a young musician at Pittsferocious. This ono was in a perfect burgh. Oscar Radio Is about ninefrenzy, which Increased every moteen years old. He has scored somo ment at his failure to devour Uuclo dtftlcultjilgh-clas- s music fdr certain Billy. n musicians, to their perTho incessant snapping of his fect satisfaction And wondcrmct jaws and rapid turning and twistfor as yet this youth is but a novice ing from sldo to sldo of his head In in musical work, having only rehis efforts to reach tho old man cently completed his course of study were frightful in tho extreme. Ho under a local musician. In Heu of lashed his tall so vigorously as to anything better, tho young munearly strangle both man and child sician took a pkeo as pianist lo a with tho muddy water, which went dancing acaderyy. Between tho up and enmodown like a heavy rain. tlmos, when ho Is employed In playHo plunged under tho surface of tho ing for lessons, ho devotes his attenwater, but tho exertions of Undo tion to arranging, Billy kept him up most of tho time. Radln Is a most studious individIt may bo well imagined how slowly ual, and when his time Is not occutime dragged for tho old man and pied in this way ho seeks to Increase Of how nrfxiously ho waited for help his knowledge by reading. from a situation so perilous. course, most of his time Is taken by But he knew tho boys had fully playing tho piano, but this docs not two unlles over tho rough field to iutorfcro with his study in the least. Ho plays tho music for dances, takwalk beforo they could summon asing tho signal to start and stop unsistance. And that necessitated considerable endurance on his part, consciously from tho professor, which ho felt already giving way. never oven glancing up from tho Tho canal Is about ten feet deep, book or the mueio rack In which ho twelve feet wide and fully soventy-fiv- o may bo absorbed. Ho reads away, acres long. Its "bank" Is high apparently undisturbed by having and steep, so that to climb out is to play or by tho flitting forms on very difficult, although but for tho the floor. And flio books ho reads child Uncle Billy might havo mado aro not tho sort which could bo roa6 tho attempt, but with the child It lightly. Histories, books of travel was preposterous to think of for an aud books on philosophy aro road instant. For several minutes tho with equal easo while ho is playing. alligator plunged to and fro, up aud His playing Is hi perfect timo, and down, without going very far either bis memory of what he reads is exway, but he grow tired of this and traordinary, noro Is an Lnstanco of unconscious ccrobration or tho dualin the wildest fit of rngotorollko mad down the canal to Its entire ity of tho mind, In whloh the doublo longlh, then turned and corao back work Is woll dono and without enagain at tho same rate, thus giving deavor, Pittsburgh Dispatch. Undo Billy a rldo ono hundred and Rubbor-Solo-d 8 hoc. fifty acres long In tho spaco of only a few minutes. "Tho sporting man," says an old The old mun swerved many times dottier, "docs not havo a solomoaop-ol- y tho blood from sldo to side and sho. upon tho rubber-bottome- d chilled in his veins. But hard and I havo a few male customers whoso ho held on to tho child, and that shoes aro provided with thin rubbor fast much deeper pinioned his knees into tap6oles at all seasons of tho year. tho moustor's ribs. NotwithstandwearThoy aro mostly ing his strong will, Undo Billy felt ers, and they claim that tho light himself growing weaker "and, feartap keeps out dampness from tho ing his strength wouldn't last under Cottoin of tho foot, gives tho weurcr so great a strain nntll help arrived, an elastic tread, and prevents tho ho began some desporatn thinking perspiring of, tho foot that overshoes as to what was best for hhn to do. produce1 Boots aud Shoes Weekly, for-wu- rd good-naturdc-fenI Tho plaoo had been cleared up years before and kept freo from all undor-growtso thero was not a treo or twig of any kind which ho might swing up by. It was a time for rapid thought, and It camo to htm suddenly that thero was ono thing only to bo done throw tho dilld over the bank as far as he could ana trust to its falling on a soft plaoo and then going italono with tho alli- Will practice their profession in al the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. 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NOEXPERIMENT.but a scientific and positiverdiof.adopUd All only after years of experience. orders supplied direct from our oN fice. Price per package, tl.OO, or six packages tor $5.00, by mail post paid. EVERY PACKAGE GUAR ANXEED. Particulars (sealed) 4e. All Correspondence strictly Confidential PARE REMEDY CO. Boston, Mass, ltmYv.4A '" 1 .iiPi.iin it- - r$W iimi MiriiiMiUIIVffMII n w. ; W s PI It i li & . n i u. - i i k h i c Pi, i ii.ii.t- HtnlilMr. war is a very deuounccd ns an outrageous piece oi sensible fanner doubt that tho Dcm- port Saturday night. Ho was iiccom B L, D, Gnliy, Kcpuhlican caudL panied on hii trip by Mr, Neal of Butof the tail wagging tyranny. it com en now with very ocratic administration is detrimental dato lor Judgotoi tho Court of Ap- poor grace for any Democrat to fay to his interests? Cheap wool and ler county. KuiilN Hooii dUDLISIIKD EVKHY FRIDAY MORNING w pcaia in 1110 m j.'ismei, win 111 o that tho Republican party for thir- dear sugar nro two of tuuv" Headings" Robin Hood Writes an Unrestiwas nominated by tho Demo......Proprietor. What do you take medicine for? the people at llio loiiowmg nines, uuu NAM A. AM)i;ilSOX Hill ty years had denied the pcoplo what brought about hy the cliniigo" fco ...KIHor. cratic Convention at Saratoga Wedjo. it. Hiim;iiN Uecauseyou ate sick and want to get places, vi: ng Comiiunicatioii, they had all along demanded a law loudly called for in 181)2, Arc ytu Livcrmoro, McLan C)untyl Friwell, of course. nesday for Governor of New York on levying an Income tax. Then lemcniber, Friday, Sgptbmiiisr 28, 1854. Away with treating yourself and family right, if day, Scptcmhcr'JcUh. Hood's Sarsaparilla Cures. the Income such twaddle and ehnnio be a platform denouncing upon you vote for a party whose policy Judgo Gufly In tho Load iu Muhlenberg Democratic Ticket. Curiolltoii, South Tax, l(i'4'ttlon lii I lev J II I'crrj 1111111 such falsifiers of history as through renders you less ablo to make a living? Breckinridge County. ' 20th. FOKCOVXTY JUIK. The Kev. J. B. Perryman has been county, Saturday, Sept. The Hon. George Denny, of Lex- ignorance or wHIul intent, would Turn that over a time or two in your We are authorized to announce Central City at night. returned to tho No Cicck charge, M. thus attempt to gain a meau political mind. E. T. Williams ington, was nominated by tho Ilcpub Speaking will commence at one IIaumn'hiiuwij KvM Sept. l?4, K. Church, lor another year. Bro. advantage. On thelucomo Tax tho As the Democratic nominee for Coun- licaus of tho Ashland District WedMr .James Meieur, ol Louisville, is j Ferryman aud his good wife mo very o'clock p. 111,111 each place except1 KiNii;miooK. ty Judge of Ohio county. Election, nesday. He is an able man, a fine Democrotio party has turned a comRev. I. H. Tecl will preach at at home 011 u vuit. November 6, 1894. much beloved by his pcople,aud upon Cloverportund Central City, whero plete somersault in tho last thirty Alexander school-hous- e speaker and will make things lively 7 p.m. the 1st Sun We are authorized to announce ha returned from their icturii MUsMaiy Hoard from Conference, at tho speaking wiltcomnieiicont years, from denouncing what was one day evening nt o'clock, The pubfor Owens. 3 John M. Leach Moiuuntow'N, Ity. Aug, 'J8. Luutsvillc, 18th inst., they were wcN an extended visit to friends at Webof the most distasteful, yet necessary lic arc cordially invited, As the Democratic nominee for the dipt. 1), O. Walker, C.Vm'n Dn. coined at tho pardonago by quito a ster and Bou ley ville. old boy in Logan war measures that party ami its votn A roURTEEN-YKAMr. Win, Thomas and wife are office of .Assessor of Ohio bounty. "The Mk-t-J Mctiarocka.nl Mta Olu number of fiientU and neighbors who Dist. Com,, I'ratiklin, Ivy., Dear county the other day killed an older ries havo come to enact, and to contemplating visiting relatives and Election, November 6, 1894. - friends in Webster county. Adkcttuii wcro the gucMsot MUscs had spread u bounteous dinner and Sir: If agreeable with Judge W, L. boy for insulting his sister. If every praise tho most odious of "Republcfilled tho larder with substantial edi- Hooves and bis friemU a joint disou.u Miss Ora Harnett, of No Creek, is Lizzie and Kulab Milier last week. Hopublicau Ticket. other brother would bo as prompt in an war taxes " But if tho Democrat emu is desired between him aud Judge discharging that duly as this little ic party wcro consistent it would not visiting in Daviess county. She will Tho Domociucy of tliU county are bles, n complete surprise to tho good pastor. When the family had been B. L. IX Gully. Will you at your attend Conference at Owensboro beginning to show signs of life. They negro boy how very much of disgrace be the Democratic party. earliest convenience consult Judge Carwhile gone. havo boldly mado out their INl of ap- touted ul the table, Uev. Hubert would bo avoided. Tiikki: is so much of truth and pen The school at Alexander is in a pointments for their county caudi son, in u few welt chosen words upon Hocvcs mid tigrco ou somo friend & In the recent elections 111 Victoria, uiuo pathos in tho following lines flourishing condition, There is forty-fiv- e dates nud have invited Republican behalf of tho members prcteut, wel- who, with u friend of Judgo Gully, pupils enrolled. AH shall ngrce upon a lut of .appoint Australia, ia which for the first time that it will commend itself to every aud Populist candidates to meet them comed Bro. Ferryman back to the Hud Tanner, from above town, editor of n rustic weekly with tho charge for another year. Bro, Ferry- incuts to begin nut later thnn tho in ten years tho free trade party raliu forensic combat. Moreover, tho emphasis of npiledriver. The stamp spent Satuulay night u Kinderhook. in 11 fooling manner, Ifith of September, 188 1. lied, the protectionists elected ninewily Montgomery will bo iu tho count man ce ponded Mrs. S. I,. Raird is on the sick An early answer it mjucdted. expressing his appreciation for the ty four out of one hundred and eight of genius, as well ns delinquent sub ty thhs week to whoop up the hoy; to Your obedient servant, Those Australians eenben?, is ou him who indited these list. Election. Mov.O. kind reception, raid niter prayer the representatives. nnd strengthen the The school at Washington we unFor Congress John W. Lewis, of do not lank for sense. W. S, Tayi-ou- , stanzas and a better fate should not been Had the event crack tho party lash. Wo understand crowd diqierfcod. Washington county. be slow in overtaking liim. He calls derstand is proving a success under Ch'm'n Hop. Did. Com. known generally, almost tho entire For Appellate Judge B. L.D. Gufly. Dr. Ashlock, an eminent phye- i- it "A Touching Appeal" and then the management of Prof. I). K. Ward. that Joe B ackburn will alro appear membership would havo boon present. For Couuty Judge John P.Morton. The foregoing letter was mailed to I If Madam Rumor "is right we in this county and cro long ho will clan of Hardin couuty, and Savoyard, proceeds to reel it ofl'after this fashFor Sheriff Cal. P. Keown. Auol dipt. Walker twenty-nint- h will have a wedding to repoit wake tho echoed with hid oratory. For County Clerk D. M. Hocker. correspond ion: the able Courier-Journa- l gust, Inet. It has not been miHWcred, DCHAnGED DY A BUFFALO. For County Attorney E. P. Neal. erelong, DAISV Dkan, The big brained Lindsay will ulo cut, favored the nomination of Mr. "Lives of poor men oft remind us m For Assessor N, C. Daniel. help DLMnocracy.which After tho Excitement and Danger Wcra heuco the above lit of nppoiutmctits Honest men won't stand nochance, Murray in this District, rather than Hall's Hair Rcncwer renders the cmuo down to For Jailer John W. Black. for Judge G idly lia been made. Pnst the Victim ColbpseJ. is in need of iuvidtnucc. For Surveyor G. S. Fitzhugh. Mr. Montgomery, and the latter has The more we work theiegrow behind us hair lustrious and silken, gives it nn undoubtedly W. S. TAYI.OK. Bigger patches on our pants. "It Is htruuc bow i muii manFor Coroner Galin C. Westerfield. Altogether we may expect 11 lively since had both gentlemen dismissed even color, and enables women to put ages to boar up during excitement Septembers, 18!M. magistrates: time when the wheel begins to turn. it up in a great variety of styles. from the public service. Mr. Lewis On our pants once new and glossy orreut danger, but jrives way after Hartford A. S. Aull. Now are stripes of different hue; Tho attorney of tbU place havo nil the danger is over." So writes Mr. puts it aptly when he usks: "If it All because subscribers linger Rosine C. L. Woodward. Dissolution .otlci'. Cromwell Jont B. Wilson. pleases Montgomery to kick Murray I have sold my And don't pay us what is due. interest in been busily engaged lately iu taking Charles Montague, after relating an Fordsville out of office, how can it please Then men the Pleasant Ridge Milling Company depositions pr paratory for the Octo- exciting ndventuro of his own in let us be up and doing; Buford Africa. With another muu mid a to Mr. J. C. Westerfield, a member of ber term of Circuit Court, and speakMurray men to help kick Montgom Send in your mite, however small, constrblh: doj:, Saucho by iiuitic, ho had venOr when snow or winter strikes us the firm, who with Mr. I. R, Yates ing of depoMtious reminds me that tured Into a thicket after a wounded Hartford Hosea Shown. cry into office?'1 We shall have no pants at all." Rosine Thomas Allen. will continue the business under the what tho legal fraternity need uwA bulTalo. U was in advance, behind Cromwell R. B. Martin. Tun new Democratic tariff, by a The man who wrote that deserves a old firm name and will settle all in thh State, u nu ollichil fctenogra a small tree, when tho bulTalo faced The fact that Hoods Snrsnpa Fordsville tjood round duty, protects the Massa 1 ilia has cured thouaiuU of accounts and assume nil re- pheriueach Judicial Dlsttict. 'i l.c him, with hot head rubed. This is place iu Congress and if he will only Buford chusetts manufacturer of woolen send in his name from the realms of sponsibilities. Thanking the public method ot taking proof by depositions what followed: others is certainly Mifficient Tho temptation was too roat, alreason for belief that it will goods from the competition of foreign u;a unrequited toil wo shall at once for past patronage and asking a con. U very unsatisfactory nt Us beet, and A Business Change. cure you. It makes pure, manufactures who employ pauper j Wlla ,jue ccremony proceed to place tiiuiance of the same to the nc.v firm, when taken by uu Inexperienced hand though the shot wasinostdinicuUon During the past two years and account of the buffalo's attitude, I rich, healthy blood, tones and J, C. Hoovkk. labor, but gives not a scintilla of pro- - ulm :n nomination. Gentle, yet I am Respectfully, and u bad penman it is eiiuu!h to lax tried to shoot her through tho brain. eight months I have had exclusive strengthens the nerves, and tectionto fhe Ohio county farmer wayward subscriber, do you take the the patience of both attorneys and but failed. Tho instant I fired sho control of The Republican and its who produces wool. Vntll lurl her builds up the whole system. The latter fcxi judge to the utmost limit, Tho typo-- j Ktvo a wrathful runt and came at Casebier & Jlurton arc iu the livery Remember My efforts, must meet nnd compete business management. openly crushing through tho bush as if business at the same old stand and writer is nu improvement on the pen inc. is interesting to note with what have been in a great measure handi- iu the markets of the world with it wero grass. It Sarsarespectfully solicit the patronage oi nud ink system, but it can be Won. C. was forty yards behind mo, and capped by the official position which Australian and South African wool uniformity tho people are repudia the public. Satisfaction guaranteed. dcrfully improved upon by mid expert parilla I was in a dead lino between him and 181)2 The w claimed my first attention throughout produced almost wholly without labor, ting the "cannge" of shorthand writer. An official sleung-- . tlnAm'Talo, so that ho could not lire Dr. Price's Cream Uakiiix Powder claim following figures arc unmistakable But not- The Democratic party has ever almost the entire period. rapher could nppcar at each enmity without danger of hilling 1110. It World's Fair Hlzhe.tMe.lil anJ Dlrtomx ed to be the friend of the farmer and evidence that the free trade jag of seat iu his Judicial District nt u fixed was a ticklish situation. If I stood circumstances withstanding the 1892 is over and that "the difference y "w "'" .,""V w r..vw- 1 : I .1 !l.1 date and attorneys cuild prepare their behind tho tree it would bo no pro...l.S1. icuuciuu . 11 iiui'Udaiuii; iu TV..,,. ais.inct-uestwuiu tcotiou, for tho buffalo would bo oust unu the "robber iuuruu, xucb in morning" is felt with great caea for hi coming. A ttcnoginphcr brought up dead by it, nnd iu a mo- Be Sine to get HOOD'S ami achieve the success otherwise to be this look like it? Massachusetts in 1892 elected can save time, mukestho projfmoro ment would rush round it aud goro Only HOOD'S. hoped for, my connection with the a Democratic Governor by a plurality cailv toad, as lie can copy it with a 1110. A certain Democratic mouthpiece of 12,5.35 in 1893 the State went MecMteclMlyprvptrcUlaW Hooct'a public in this capacity has been of the Oii sho came, granting every inch L1U-1- MUi Pllll type wnteraud can git down just exlliotls5nrpAiMim. iic. jw Lo& everything else but its Democracy Republican by 35,597. In 1892 most pleasant nature. Tun Repub- in of tho "road. As sho canto within actly what the witness :iye,'Uid all ho exceedingly uncertain raises a period three yards of mo sho lowered her lican's magnificent subscription list, cal hullabaloo just before election New York gave a Democratic pluralsiys. Beside all this attorneys will head for n totf, and simultaneously ity in 1893 it gave a Republican QU.UlTKIilA llKVORT equaling if not surpassing that of any not be embarrassed by having to ox. I sprang to tho right behind the tree, time regarding the new Magisterial plurality of 24,484. In 1892 Ohio w tiling which is iuuh at- hibit their hand mid sho thundered past. other paper in the county, its libercl Districts. The people have become gave a Republican plurality of 1,072 OP Till! Sho wheeled round instantlv tn ally veiy bad. Let us have official advertising patronage and its large acquainted already with this scheme aud iu 1893 it gave a Republican r Q?-ocharged mo again, but at that mo- -' stenographer by all nitan-- . job printing business are abundant and it does no harm. In a recent eh plurality of 80,995. Rhode Islaud in incut, as she wheeled, Cs rllio rang Ki; C. J.HotviM, Tho fir.-- quar- out, aud she fell Mono dead with a ' i!i:niu:itT. testimony of the people's kind regard ullition, however, this disherout of 1892 elected a Democratic Governor The school at Sounvood district, terly mectius; of the Loui-vilf- o Disbroken neck, j and give the paper very flattering campaign demagogism does a present by a plurality of 185 in 1393 it gave Xo. 43, has commenced under the trict of the M. K. Church was held at Now my nerve gave way, and I . official, Judge John P. Morton,a very a Republican plurality of 4,500. prospects of future success. And I management of Miss Xannie Mosely. found myself trembling likemi aspen Ilardmsburg last Saturday and Sungreat injustice by a misstatement of Vermont increased her plurality in We are expecting our new Superin leaf, so that it was with difficulty I At tho CIoso of 13 asm 033 on should not now sever these pleasant the committee appointfacts. When day. Uev. C. J. Howes, the new succeeded iu filling 189. over lhutofJS92 hy 8,030, and my pipe. 18th day ot Juno tendent soon. We axe very much derelations save that I harbor the hope ed by the court to lay off tho county Presiding Klder. of Louisville, pre Youth's Companion. Maine increased her plurality by lighted with our teacher. 1804. that it may enable me to follow with into new Magisterial Districts report-e- 25,000 and over. Every indication .Sunday he Mr. I). A. Miller and daughter?, sided over the meeting. Something About tho People, exceptions were offered by a nummore devotion the profession it has points to the conclusion thut the next Missses Ilallie, Maggie and Mabel, preached moiuiug nud evening to KESOUKCES. . $72a7Z S? It Is a mlstnko to think that the Loans and Discounts been my humble yet lifelong ambi- ber of gentlemen and the hearing of Congress will be Republican and that ol this place, were the gue&ts ot Mrs. laro and attentive congregations. sccutcti these exceptions was referred to a day a Republican President will be eleot 204 II. C. Killey and Miss Alma Miller, llis text iu the morning was ironiid majority of Norwegians havo light uvcrumiK, unsecured . , tion to enter. Overdraws, 594.30 Co. .hi Chap, and loth then announced, ami the parties offer ed in 189G. Is this a "mark of de&n? f of I.ewisport, last week. "Bui hair. In llergcti aud other towns I Due from Nntlounl Hanks 11,115,58 I shall continue to be connected notice quite ns many people with we all, with open face beholding as ins the exceptions failed to appear. Mr. AllieUiceisa regular attendfrom State banks mid dark hair, and in certain sections Due Hankers with the paper as editor, nnd in this The Democratic party gained its ant at Walnut Grove now. . in a glass the glory of tho Lord, 1110 the women are very beautiful. 45 59 Iu Hanking house and lot Tun Toronto, (Can.) Globe, has ruaguificeut victory of 1890 by rea capacity will endeavor to make the 3, 000. 00 The party given by the Misses changed into tho same imago from tho fields many nro .seen in their Specie 2,632 72 the on of the campaign of lying, so induseditorial columns instinctive and en- the following to say regarding UnyntV was laigely attended nnd glory to glory, even us by the spirit bright red jackets making hay, and Currency 2,044,00 with the United States. What triously begun and so iaitbf ully-trade iid that while nt work, slrango to jay, they make b'urtiiture and Fixtures tertaining. of the Lord." He vcrj much ei.joycd by all. 1.500 00 is true of the article named is true of as" their music. Current expenses in the few weeks beloro the , , , 67. 12 Mrs. Agnes Stewart has been visit many do not teach the highest degroo nlmoM ns quick timo Mr, Sam A, Anderson, to whom I Wo saw a party of girls turning hay otbera iu which our farmers are inter- election. Merchants were induced, i this neighborhood. ol christian perfection, yet it can ho have sold the paper, has been con?M "39.29 on tho bills back of Bergen. They ested. political and others fcorao through Miss Dora Bruner, of this place, reached iu this lite, aud that the nected with the office during my worked with a rapidity that was LIABILITIES. prospect for through selfish motives of personal There seems to be a has typhoid fever. staudard hhould never be lowered. astonishing. Their plan of drying whole management, and I can cheer- at least a partial revival of the Amer-ca- n gain, to cry out that tho recently The party at Mr. Hardin Lloyd's, He depiecatcd tho idea that people hay is original; they placo sticks in Capital stock paid in,iucash$25,ooo 00 demand for Canadian barley. In Surplus fund 9,250.00 fully recommend him to the public consequence of the McKlnley tariff passed McKinley bill had caused an last Thursday night, was quite nice. who hold the "second blessing' idea the ground about three or four feet Undivided profits , , , 4,204,02 as an able and energetic young man, our export 01 tnat grain to tne umteu increase in the price of goods. The Mrs. M S, Miller is" visiting Mrs. of eatictificatiou arc holier than tho.--c apart in a long row, and then tie Due Depositors 56,571.67 fell from 9,454.600 bushels in reader will remember the tin plate Jane Gilmour, at I'ordsvillc, nt worthy in everyway of theconfidence Sates 59,00 this who have different vievs,atid said that ropes or cross poles along tho sticks, nueSftebauks&St'tcb'k'rs bushels in 1893 1SS9 to 938.279 on which they hang the grass to dry. Due National Hanks 5160 lie as a favorite. Tho people believed writing. of the people. Horses, flax, beans, vegetables of those who believe it is obtained by Ili'h up in tho mountains there arc Dr. 15, W. Ford and wife, accomThanking the public generally for various kinds and hay are articles on these fa'se representations and an $9b39.29 growth wished to obtain it just ns numerous level spots whero rich panied hy Misses Abbie Smith, Amwhich the duties have been lowered Statu op Kuktucky, ) ss the patronage so liberally bestowed and there will likely be more or less overwhelming Democratic majority ble Ford and Mr, Ed Quisenberry earnestly as others, and believed iu it grass grows, ami tho sturdy girls County 01' Ohio, j in Congress was the result After just as firmly. Heppolte against dis- climb up to them, cut the grass, balo John II. Names, Cashier upon The Republican in the past, improvement in the profits to be deof Heaver the election and after the devilment were the guests of Mrs. M. S. Miller cussion and dctisiou in the church on it, and by means of a long wire artirived from raising all these pam Deposit Hank, a bank located and bespeaking a continuance of the cles," stretched down tho mountainside, and doing had been done, the people realized Saturday and Sunday. In the evening hc slide tho bales business in the town of Miss Beatrice Morris made a fly- this question. same for my able and worthy young down. Sometimes Reaver The time has come for men to they had been deceived nnd they now Dam.iu said county,beitig duing trip to Hawsevillcaud Cannelton spoko from Koman 81I1 mid 28th, they run hay down several thousand ly I am truly, successor, think for themselves and no class is know that the country was more Mvorn, says that the foregoing "And wo know that all things work feet by means of these wires. is in all respects a true statement doing more of that than the Ameru prospeioua under the McKinley bill and last week. B. Rogeks. Jo. Those peasant girls are a happy of the condition of the said bank nt Mr. Virgil Miller has his new ice together for good to them that lovo farmer. He'll be heard from in Noprevious to the uccessiou of the pres house completed, but siys he believes God," Kev, Howes blurts ou his lot aud thoroughly enjoy life. "When the close 01 business on the 18th day a wedding occurs In tho country all oljunc, 1894, to the best of his In assuming the owenership and vember. ent administration than ever before he will not fill it with ice until winter work under favorable auspicies. Ho work Is suspended for miles about, knowledge and beliefjand further says in its history, Tho Democratic party comes. manageinentofTiiEREPUBLiCANlshall has an excellent delivery, is logical, aud tho ceremony usually lasts six that the business of said bank has The free trade press is exulting be Mr James Chambeis and family clear, and is a splendid pulpit orator. days, Tho bride is rigged out in a been transacted at the location nam. say but little, hoping to make my ad- cause there has been a slight increase is again attempting to deceive the people by a like method by proclaimof this place, are visiting Margurct He will certainly impart new life into gorgeous costume, nnd dancing and ed, and not elsewhere; and that the ministration one of performance rath- in the price of wool since it has been above report is made in compliance ing to them how much cheaper Head, of Pup Creek, the affairs of his churches in tho feasting nro tho order of tho day, er than of promise. My seven years placed on the free list. They nre with nu official notice received from Chicago Post. Mr. James Jones was railed to the Louisville District. their woolen goods may be bought, the Secretary of State, designating connection with practical newspaper welcome to all the consolation they e of his brother who died last nud other like schemes. the iSth day of June, 1R94, ns the When a able to get out of that fact. The B. L. D. GiUTv. Judgo Gully An Act of Diplomacy. woik will enable me, as I trust, to are Jay on which such report shall be merchant tells you tho suit you paid Thursday. have in a manufacturers made. furnish the people a paper that will woolen The farmers are very busy cut- spoke nt tho Court Hotifo here lust 815 for last year will only cost you All English artist, Henry A. HarpSubscribed aud sworn to measuro started their looms so long not be uninteresting. ting tobacco, which promises to be a Saturday ton" largo uuuihcr of his er, who has spent yours in Pules no by John II, IJarnes, the 20thbefore me 57,50 or $10 nowym had better go day of idle aud thus a demand is created and and also to many Demovery good crop, I may also add that admirers, painting aud sketching tho scenes June, 1894. Our facilities for doing all kinds of Rowan Homiuook, to another store beforo buying. necessarily a temporary rise iu the corn has come out wonderfully since crats who wcro iu the audience, Ito- of tho footsteps of our Lord, says in Clerk Ohin Couuty Court. printing will appeal with special force hy Shkuiy TAVI.OK, D. C. regard to tho Arab as a troublesome pi ice of wool as a "raw material." publicans in this county Imvo alHEunisnu extract from a letter the rain. to those needing work in that line, neighbor that "they aro good felJ. II, Dankks,' Cashier But the price has not reached the wJtttcn bynu Oregon furmerjwhicli is Mr. Willie Rice has commenced his ways held Mr. Gufly iu high esteem, while our large and increasing circuR. 1 HocKim, Director, price under the McKinley law beforo worth a careful and thoughtful readschool at the MillerschooMiouse near and this fnvorablo opinion of him wus lows if you know how to treat them, Jno, II, Daknks, They idolize tho good shot. Bring lation will give our advertisers an tho Democratic party came into pow, ing. The letter was written to tho here. heightened by his addrus latt Satur-daI. l Harnaud, " your game down ou the wing or unexcelled medium through which to er. Tho Louisville Commercial gives American Economist and is as follows: Miss Nannie McCarty, of Whites The oflice of ' Judgo of tho whilst running and they adoro you, reach their customers. Asking to be tho following in tho great wool mar In 1892 Igot2ocents per pound ville, has been visiting Miss I,ula Court of Appeals is one that requires Almost at my first meeting with Boston on September 19, 1892 cash in Myrtle Point for my wool ns Floyd. OjSLjL-XArabs I was lucky enough to get a given a fair share of the patronage of ket of in him who fills it, integrity, honesty, it came from the sheep's back, I had Mr, Ernest Ford is very badly JL i.A purity nud great legal acumen. That right and left, Tho effect was wonLA- the public and promising only to do and September 19, 1894. twenty-thremiles. In 1893 tohaul it you seo their ohMnsh Ohio XX and above, September 19, I shipped to San Francisco and got 15 struck on a Whitcsville girl, Mr, Gufiy is honest aud honorable is derful; my best, I shall endeavor to 'main 1894,18 ioncd long matchlocks cannot be Mrs. Douthettc, of Gntcwood, is is2aigc; September 20, 1892, cents, paying all charges, leaving me not questioned. That ho is an able tain, nad if possible, to improve The must i3Jf cents per pound net. In 1S94 I visiting her daughter, Mrs. Hardin jurist, learned iu tho law carmot bo raised to tho ashoulder. They neighOhio No 1, September 19, 1894, delivered again at Myrtle Point and FJoyd at this writing, always havo rest. In tho REPynLiCAN's present high standard Hiu.au. 2ia22c; September 20, 1892, 32333c. received 10 cents for the same quails denied. Judgo Gufly eminently u borhood of Engcdl they aro wont to as a country weekly and at all times Montana fine, September 19, 1894, ity of wool, cut fromthesame flock of Oneo I The man of tho people. The whole of his bo a bit troublesome, to give the people a paper worthy of ioai3c; September 20, 1892, 173200. sheep the first quality clothing against somo roving Arabs. CatitailiAH r life shows that ho has been patiiotic, fnHtnxn ttiCflilltit kJ.iutiiA.i y, wool for which I got 20 cents in uuiimui incuiuiuf A day or two after I saw them fordtheir support. Respectfully, 1894, 123140; September 20, 1892, aud has striven to do good to the ing a stream in tho distance, and adPisiurcs h E?srj Sijle and Sin, i92, I forgot to htate that in 1893 Sam A, Andekson, 22a25C, no merchant would handle wool at Ho docs vanced to moot them. My offers of tnaeacsofhid fellow-men- . TM . f lltla Dlttttt .nl . Pictures Copied nnd Enlarged nu vai jmiu,, ,Hly lii llrMUhirilp Cnm.l.Y, not como before tho people as the cantobacco wcro at first refused, but u,wu"'l To a 6CU8iblo and inquiring observer The McKinley bill put a duty on A SPECIALTY. d PW' didate of any ring cliijuo or clan, ule same" It finally nccepted. Then I asked them eryl It is eggs, thus protecting tho fruit of the of political affairs tho praises which 108J Main Street. forjudge of the Court of Appeals, id to tho interest of tho people tit largo If thero wcro any bad Arabs about, part of the coun. where through American hen and the result was thut the Democratic press is now bestow-iu- g try. The value this sheep has also de- - , spoke at McDaniel yesterday and and they said: 'Oh, no;1 but I said: 17m6 O WENSBOJIO, HY of to elect him. His speech at this place Tax law is quite upon the Income tho eggiudustry in this country was from to one-hal- f day at Hardinsburgaudto night here. while devoid of anything EciiBnliouul 'Oh yes and engaged them to como up and guard my camp for two or growing rapidly and tho price of eggs amusing if nut in facta little bit The farmer who grows only 250 Hc ,IM ,iul huge audiences and his was a plain, practical and nt tho eamo throo nights. It cost mo just two The Republican party pounds of wodI suiTers in proportion ' to farmers aud disgusting 7V. brought good returns Iltlon oithcfailiuesand misdeeds time pointed presentation of tho nttU shillings a head and their supper nnd equally with the larger farmer who HaIITKOKI), Kl.'NTUCKY, poultry raisers. Tho Gorman bill passed an Income Tax law during the raises lo.doo pounds. All the farm of the Democratic paity w re tble and tude in which tho Democratic party coffee. Nothing was touched. My eggs on the free list again, thus war, as a war measure, and tho Dem. products have fallen in value. Live convincing. Much good has been put brothcHn-law- , noting with less cirBuilder was worth accents in 1892; it complished. The indications are that stands beforo tho people. Their posi- cumspection, giving over our market to tho mercies ocrats denounced the measure as the had his mule shot tion aa pictured by the Judge is pitiu. and everything re- stolen." Pull Mall of our Canadian nieghbors. Tho most odious and offensive law ever rr - the whole Republican ticket will ... bio indeed, and every word he tittered Budget. .,.... IJlia " I'"',J ,!.. Will draw drafts from a nice, neat r lUUJUI old steer thut will average LCIVW il &UUU ...!,. liy 111 .I.I. lUUllfcJ. change tickles the hustling Canadian foisted upon a free people. The law m m ' A was gospel truth. Judgo Gully has cozy cottago up to a fine two atory Clovkk. expired hy limitation and for years 1,000 pouuds gross is $7 50," JVcw reril Nliirv but brings sorrrow to theheartof the liuufc. Will draw plum? ireo of made n decidedly favorable impresWhat is true of tho farmer in Orand Democratic T, II. Bean has opened a Feed speakers American. Tho people will learn tho clinrue. Will make careful cttimatea Fairto-day- . sion in this county nud will win easily Store at L. H. Hem tho Republic egon is true of the farmer in Ohio old stand on all kiuda of buildings, and remooS after awhile that a Democratic ad-- - editors denounced Ho spoke nt MeDau in November. and will be glad to have his friends ul old lioueea, Motto "Live aud is a luxury far too cost an party in the severest terms aa b- e- county, viz: That he gets Ieea for bis ministration let live." ids Friday evening and at Clover- - call on him, indulged iu bv tliia country, ing rcepouBible for wbat tbey then 'wool now than ho did.' Can enny y to be y Hartford Republican Tins Japan-Chingood illustration the dog. - HARDINSBORG. . ' k nt f M1 'r V t & V u 1 r&t r-- - ti f .JKiWL 1 faiut-hciirt- cd t 7 one-thir- d The Past Guarantees The Future I 'thi I I Hood s UWW s. Remember, today and are the big days for the Ohio County Pair. Ample accommodations for all who tend. to-morrow ; Cures Dam , I -- t DEPOSIT 85IIK r J d, ... 1 1 vu-kc- ... d 1 ... s - re-po- rt - 3 ''"j 1 0 bed-sid- 1 s j 03NT - e 28a-2o- 1 1 Attend the Pair was-warne- Uttiffl, k&? Pistepk to-morro- w. slorauV ...! d ! IQV-O- lil one-thir- 3D. 3L.TJOE3, anil '- - K ac-be- j-- two-yea- tVXL CstiiUi' 1 Attend the ' MmuiijWitf t lmW. Pfl5lr, jar.- '- stauzzass&z ER wv GREAT BARGAINS For those who attend the Ohio County Pair at the popular trad' ing place of ,i Es 1L Sim Neal, Whltcsvillc, is in town. Kor the best ol fare and accommodations come to the Comineicinl Hotel. Mrs. J. S. R WwWtojy, who has been sick for several days past, is improving, CnFebicr & Hurtou will gladly furnish you with the best of accommodations in the way of livery during the fair. &&' H ; ; -- '.if. . ..tfl "1 l -- f- r gave you nu account of Mr. Lewis' campaign in Mendc county up to Concordia. Ho spoke at Gnrncttsvillo on the 20th to the most enthusiastic nu dienco ho met in Mcado county. Though n magnificent croud it wns Misses Pearl Joplin, Maggie Marnot'eo largo as at Concordia, but tin and Lucy Montgoncry, and Mrs. they mado it up in enthusiasm. On Joplin, Klirabcthtowu, ate the guests prothe 21et he spoke at Big Cliity, in ol Miss Kdna Griffin, Grayson county, and it was a grand You may talk about the fair, hut ovation. An audience of six hundred the fairest thing on earth is the fair voters greeted him, and with lair rigs, fair prices nud the fair feeds women, flowers, flags and bunting given by Casebicr & Dur'on. so waving, it was n regular gala day nt You will find Casebicr & Ilurton at "ditty." Enthusiasm ran high ihc same old stand, ready and willing and after his speech he was compelled barto accommodate the public, ns to hold au informal reception at the they always have been. Call on speakers Ktand, while ladies and genthem. tlemen pressed forward to get a shake per yard. Also a line of silk velvets, The Commercial Hotel offers its ay of hia hand. At Caueyvillc A look at patrons and friends the very best of braids, Jet passamentric. the demonstration was even greater, tills line will convince you that the accommodations. Its tables arc sup. w ter vnrd Canton I'lniincl und enthusiasm even running higher. style is right AND THK PRICKS plied with the best the market affords ' A low estimate puts the crowd at Hcst Calicoes 5c and its rooms arc unexcelled for neatTeiichrr. . THISI.OWKST. ono thousand people and it would . . .5c'1 Shitting . ness and conifoit. AssociaThe Cromwell Teachers more likely exceed that than full 11 Cotton Jeans . 150 ' Mr. A. I), Taylor, the Photograph- tion will hold its next meeting at under it. About one h und red came comment, This line needs but little ' Uctl ticking 15c er, has located his fine picture car on Union, No. n October 20, 1894, over from Butler county,in the Third ns we have for years been recognized the comer by Gully & Ringo's law domestic . . 5c 9 a. m The Teacher as Governor-- Mr. Yard wide McClelland, Birch Shields and District. They came with a brass as leaders in this line. Wc can ac office and is prepired to do the very Good nil wool real llanncl 15c' baud aud a campaign glee club, all Miss Kffie Kahn. commodate you with a hat stylishly best of work at reasonable prices. He i6cu 104 Sheeting . . , . wearing G fly and Hunter badges, Rccitatation Jesse Baltzell. and all trimmed from 50c to $5. MNs' Ben is ready for business Red tabic linen 20 They claim to have about one thousNOON. parties needing work to day or tonctt, our popular trimmer, is with us West water proof . . 65 1 p, m. Condition of easy control and to spare iu the Third, and hence morrow should call on him. He will again nud shall be glad to show that remain . 8c . . 10c Gingham Misses Lydia Martin. Siddie Da- have time to come into the Fourth some time and will work and enthuse with the hoys. With politeness is our motto. l8c Hcst caqel chain each Saturday morning. Call on vidson and Mrs. Rogers. Recitations Misses Bessie Smith their splendid music and their patrihim for superior work. and Annie Blankcnship. otic einging they added largely to the Indies white handkerchiefs . 5c The have them in the newest shapes Dr. J. C. Hoover, of Pleasant Mechanical Devices J. II. Barnes, success of the occasion, Mr. Lewis Sc in soft and stilThats. Anyone want-Fin- e Ridge, las sold his ptopeity at that Miss Sophia Davidson and Lou RogMen's has beeu at his best since he has been place ami will in a few months locate . . . woven corsets. 5e ing the latest should not fall to sec at Rockport, Indiana. Dr. Hoover is ers. in Grayson county, and the two best Recitation Miss OpalHunley. . 15c utrlinc, Black lisle gloves speeches of the campaign were made n young man and yet there arc few Perhaps there will be other recitaLadies white black and tan hose 8j$e No, at Big Cliity and Cnneyville. BOOT3 & SHOES. physicians in this part of the country tions, but it is not yet decided. Regular marie one can witne&j these enthusiastic 5c His ve have the largest line ol ladies who rank higher thn h;. Teachers don't forget Union, No. 11, Pine line of cmbtoMcricS . P nill! Misscsshoca tobcloumlhi Hnrt. preparation for this work is unusually October 20, 1894. Remember you outpourings and have a doubt about what they mean. Mr. Lewis 18 treat Handsome silk umbrellas. . . . $1 fonK Thc pilcc Is riSIitthc quajity good ns this record will show. He will get plenty to eat. So come. graduated from the College of Physiing the people to a manly aud digniA I Thomas, Pres. Pine silk velvet, all colors. , . 75 lhc vcry bcslt Men.a boots from cians and Surgeons nt Chicago, March fied discussion of the economic quesStDDiR Davidson, Sec'y. - $1.25 per pair to $3 Times arc close 1583, practiced two years and then tions ot the day, and withal, on a course in the f he Ohio County Fair Co. has made high plane of splendid oratory, Wo have a handsome line of all the MU larmcrs who have many pairs to took a ac- reaching at limes flights of eloquence latest weaves and newest fill shades, buy will surely act wisely by seeing University of Louisville, and then he provisions a that all may take an took n course in the Polygeinic and .! iiueresi ;.. At. exmuuiun ...t.ji. which moves to the depth the emoin me live wiiiia at pi Ices tunning from 25c to $1 50 our Hue. Hospitals of New York city in 1889, begins the 26th. Kach day will be a tional natures of his auditors, aud extending adialf a year, devoting his banner day in point of enjoyment and convulsing them with the humors of The exciting races, the attention to the diseases of women, sight-seeinDemocratic situations. Yet all this children, eye, ear, nose and throat, various exhibits, and the crowds will would not dpkw the crowds which and general Operative Surgery, and be features that you cannot well afgather to hear him, if the people were It will be a veritable will again this fall and whiter spend ford to miss. not moved as they never were before several months in the colleges and gala week. in Kentucky, to vote lor protection Hospitals of New York. He has 1'roKrHiii done considerable , Surgical practice Of the Hartfoid District Teachers for themselves and families. The slanand performed nnny operations in Association nt Beaver Dam, October derous pen of email uewspaper men will not avail ngaiust the triumphant which much skill wasrequited. After 20, 1894: march that the Republican candidate his return from New York he will VOUK IORE, IORKNOOK locate at Rockport, Indiana, where for Congress is making through the 9 a. m.; Opening Exercises. CO., he has every prospect of continuing 9:10; Nature and Value of Folk Fouith district. It is uot expected of that eminent success he has nlrcany Loie OwM. Shultz, L.T. Barnard, the small Democratic papers through Our people regret very 9:40; American Folk Lore L. L. the district to do him justice, but to achieved. Mr. Alva Duke has returned .NKWTIMK TA1II.K. much to lose him and his excellent Stewart, Foil Rogers. persons who are usually considered Louisville. family and they aic followed to their 9:55; "An Indian Story" Mrs. J. gentlemen, should haven little regard Jo Mulhall, of Louisville, is in new home by their heartiest good A. Wedding, L. B. Loney. for the truth, lest their best friends town for the week. wishes. 10:10; Biographical Sketch of Wilmight have cau?e to doubt whether I Tracy & Sou will serve oysters a To eradicate the poisons which pro- liam Cullen Bryant S. J. Tichenor, they arc such or not. This much is the Piir Grounds wi:st. duce fever and ague, take Ayer's Ague Mrs. O. M. Shultz, N May Friend. respectfully submitted to the considm. 10:35; "Death Lament of Nadowes KI'lT.CTtVi; AHUI,8, 1894435 Cute Itciucs without leaving nny eration of the editor of the Hartford Mrs. John J. McHcnry returned Elmo Herald. I have not been able to find injurious elTect upon the system, and sie Chief" Sallie Coleman, 11:48 a. m Irom Alton, Va, yesterday. MN No. 5i is the only medicine in existence Williams. 11:25 p.m. a copy of it here. It does not seem to N. 7, Lim. K. Vaught has returned 10:50; Biographical Sketch of the be p. "i1 Mr. John which may be considered an absolute kuown in Grayson county. But I No. 31, (Local) from Illinois? author of The Death Lament" Win. antidote for malaria. KAST. have seen extracts from it published Foster, U. C. Barnett. V. II Williams has all kinds of 12:50 p. m. in the Giaeon Eagle, giving epithets No. 6, Mail l'roj rum rMNlllo Tenrlirrft Ahm ii:o5;MCotnancnc Boy" anaswetcn fruits and confectioneries. Visit !. 2(: a. ' rliillinit Ntifurilnj, No, 8, Lim. Kx of the author A. 1 Taylor, Sadie it applied to Mr. Lewis in reviewing Select Reading- - Miss 9 a. m 5:54 a. m. him. No. 32, Local) the speech he nmdo at Hartford on Petty. V, II, Williams has the LARGUST Beitha Felix. Ag't, Beaver Dam. iii II. Mkuiuck, heard the speech at 11:50; "The Culprit Fay" Dr. V. the 17th st. I Ends and Means of School Governand best assortment of groceries in Hartford und uothing iu it justified Alexander, Dora K, Gibson. ment; Lee ij. Mills, Ira Petty and Friday, SiirTKMniiKaS, 394 town. Try him 11:45; Biographical Sketch of Jos- eucb blackguardism as the Herald Annie Allen. Mr, G. T. McHcnry, or Denver, The Teacher as Governor; eph R. Drake R. .A. London, T. J. seemed to buvo indulged in. NeithTracy & ion. in. Fresh Kalama.w celery at Colorado, is visiting his mother's er did the speech contain a word J. D. I locker, A. G. Teel, Carl Soper Morton. Son. -- SCHOOL family, Mrs. Jennie Mcllenry. MANAGKMr.NT, that the most rigid Democrat could AITIUINOON and Ilertha Felix. MORAL dispute or object to. It was good ua- NOON, must sec our new hats. Remember C. R. Martin, the lewYou 1; Principles. Cakson & Co. Respond with tured and inoffensive throughout and : p m. Roll call. der, does all kinds of repairing on 1:30; Will Training. the abuse the Herald indulged in oysters at Tracy & watches, clocks and jewelry on short quotations from American authors. Best Baltimore 2:30; School Incentives, nature and value of Folk Lore; was wholly gratuitous and entirely The notice. Son. 3:45; Business. Class Illustration; Miss Adclia Clifwithout provocation, as every decent On the first Sunday in October a Call on Pace for an easy shave or a 4; Adjournment. ton. aud good man knows who lieard it. It revival ovill begin at Washington nice hair trim. Topics on this work will be assign- is common with some men to indulge The Indian. Characteristics, Church. Rev. W. II Foreman and ed at the time of meeting. Selections etc; Ira Petty.- We won't empty your pocket. such dirty abuse when the parly others will conduct the meeting. Carson & Co. The Story of Hiawatha; Miss Ida in poetry from Folk Lore may be whom they abuse is at a sate dis cither orally discussed or reproduced Mr. E. O. Ross, of the Goshen Smith tauce. Thcso men invariably wait Mr. W. T. I lay ward has returned K. R. Ray, Instructor. in prose. neighborhood, happened to a very Recitation; The Fmnine from until their man has left town before from Kliwibcthtown painful accident Monday. In plowMiss Mary Miller. Tlreil, Weak, they throw the slime and filth of their you will invest. InAestigatc and ing he turned up a yellow jackets Legend of Sleepy Hollow; Mis; M. Means impure blood, and overwork dirty make-u-p at him. So much for Cahson & Co nest and his team became frightened Johnson. or too much strain on brain and body. will returned and ran over him bruising him up Recitation the death lament of The only way to cute is to feed the the Herald man. Mr. Lewis Miss Mabel Hubbard Lcitchfleld Monday the considerably. He is getting along as the Nadowessie Chieftain; Miss Dyers, nerves on pure blood. Thousands of speak at from Chicago last week. 24th and I will try and get you rewell as could be expected. Reading. An Indian Story; W. C. people certify that the best blood Visit our Millinery department. Lyons, Bryant, Miss Maud best nerve tonic and strength port of same iu time for this week's Causos & Co. A. J. The Culprit Fay, Tell Story of; builder is Hpod's Sarsaparilla. What issue. it has done lor others it will do lor The finest oysters you ever saw at Miss Nora Wilson. Come to Carson & Co's. for neck you Hood's Cures. Recess, 2:15 to 2:30. Tracy & Son. . t. .' wear. i Condition ol Easy Control; F, P. Hood '8 Pills cute constipation by Call on Tracy & Sou for everything living near Mr, 'Doc" Davis, Stum, Miss Nora Wilson, Miss Rog- restoring peristalic action of the Alin the grocery line. Attf mllng n G001I Nrhnot. imentary canal. Beda, br.ough a fine load ol sweet of Cromwell, ers and J. J, Keowu. Mr. L. L. Arbuckle, Mr. I. J. Tilford, of Fordsville, potatoes to town Monday, for which J. W. Pkttv, Ky., is among the large number of called to see us yesterday. Ida M. Smith, he received a fair price, and went pupils from twentyfive states who Aiwma CUl'TON, home feeling good, expecting to dig Mr. jiTTllarnett, Owensboro. called have commenced this session at Prof. Committee. and bring to town another load the in town Wednesday. to see us while Wilbur Smith's College, Lexington, The Annual Meeting lnaujiiia next morning.On Tuesday morning he Born, to the wite of C. T. Middox, Ky. Mr. Arbuckle is pursuing tne Aycr'fl Sarsaparillc cioe3 what no went down to his potato patch only ted Wednesday Unt'er Fabusiness course, and expects some of Beaver Dam, September 19 a boy. other blood medicine in existence-cato find that thieves had come the his friends vorable Aiisplcies. I do. Col. IMuMcHcnry, of Frankfort, It searches out nil Hie imputi- night before and stolen about ten He ties in the system and expels them is visiting friends in town this week. bushels of his finest potatoes. to- harmlessly thromrh the proper chan To-da- y Crowd?, wears a long face and talks about Ilalrd and wife, ofOleniw Mr. A. A. Fmo woathor, Fine This is why Aycr'sSarsaparil ' shot guns and such like. .Vfl ft biff villc, are stopping at the Hartford Fino ExhibitB and Fino effective as a la is so House. , Awarded Raoing. remedy for rheumatism. Highest Honors World's Fair. Miss Virgie Smith, oi Owensboro, College HniiriiliiKi. is visiting her sister, Mrs. G. XI, rorHnlc. r,vi:iiTTHiNu out okniuit The interest of our school seems to , desiring to buy a cheap Any one Matthews. increase dally and the prospects are farm with a good young orchard of j Wednesday moruing.tho 20, dawn Esq. James Miller, of Whitesville, oak flattering for the most successful bearing trees, a fine lot white And relative in town 150 history of our college, as ed bright and beautiful a fino day year in the visited friends and poplar timber, should call on or both teacher and pupil seem inspired f.,r t 0 beginning of tho OhioJCoun. this week. me. The farm is on the Kocu-este- r write with unusual zeal to accomplish the ty Fuir. Quite u largo (iist-dand Beaver Dam road near , Stop at the Hartfoid House while them. crowd was in uttemlunco and tho I will sen great work before s Cool Spring Church. at the Fair. Everything is When we see our halls crowded exhibits were good. Tho largest lot J. A. Ilooitt, low. Good looms, good fare. with so many brilliant faces, we of stock ever gathered in the grounds Prcntis, Ky. I know that our President must feel is on baud this week, filling tho exC. R. Martin, ourhustling Jeweler, Jewelry, ., that his eflorts have not been in vain hibition ilng and tho acts to over- I orwl has just received n big lot of .UUOUiu emu uuuvuu. , kinff throne of the best iitbti flowing. Another fmo day's sport Pins, Rings, Chalns.But-tons- , composed of flllf! tutlons of the land. T?n!r Charms, Bracelets, Necklaces, was gireu yesterday aud tho immeiuc I . There was n contest between the MOST PERFECT MADE. y Scarf Pins, Watches, Clocks, and, in and tocrowd wbb delighted. Free boys and glrlsoirrof. SliulU' spei- fact, a full Hue of everything, which SCO thO tho biggest crowds A pure Gripe Cream of Tartar Powder. from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. ilncr rlnsfl last TtTurMiav uiornlnc:. in morrow promises will sell cheaper than the cheapest he evwwen on tho grounds. 40 YEARS' THE STANDARD. which the girls carried oil the honors, for cash. Call atid see him, FAIR BROS. & CO. ltcmombcr we have just received tlie 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 sell for less money than those who do not. We quote you a few gains in each line: When you come to the Fair remember that Casebier& Burton will treat your horse fair and give you fair rigs J at fair prices JStt!PX e.oaflfgE, T"T3r .... Rev. K, B. Pftte and Miss Ada Porter, city, visited the school Thursday moutlng. Prof. Pirtle made a very interesting talk nt General Ilx" 1'tidny morning. Wc are glad to see so much interest taken in the societies. The R. K. C's organized Friday night and the following officers were elected: Miss Lula Johnson President; Miss Ida Render, Vice President; Miss flessic Miss Mabel Maddox, Secretary; Hubbard, Maishal;Miss Ida Steward, Treasurer; and Miss Irene Robards, Critic. Prof. J. W. Lytic, of Oweusboro, and Messrs. Lee Stevens, Randall Collins visited General "X" Monday morning. Prof. J. V. Lytic conducted GenWe eral "X" Tuesday morning. are always pleased to have Prof. Lytic to visit us. Mr, Neafus, Hardin county, who has been at home on account of sickness, has returned and wc are glad to see him in school ngaiu, Mrs. Joplin and Misses Joplin and Montgomery, of Klizabethtown, were visitors Tuesday morning. addressed the Prof. Alexander morning on the school yesterday subject: "The genuine is opposed to , X the spurious." OANEYVILLE. Hon. John W. Lewis is Met an Enthusiastic Crowds in Grayson County. Ganuyvim.k, Ky., Sept,, 22, '9., In my Inat communication to you I by BIZ OR BUST! Are 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 u SHINING SHEKLE 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. We take no man's dust on the trade track. We won't be bluffed out of the business game. We 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 to-d- ... 11 y FIXED TO STAY IN THE GAME! No fakements or shenanigan with us. It's just simply a fair, square exchange of Goods for Dollars the best Goods for the fewest dollars. A fair deal to all is our motto, live up to withjevery purchase. 3NTOtiOXXS. 2c DrOS9 GrOOc3LS- CARSON & CO M General Merchants. DEALERS IN ii We buy Wc arc here to sell goods. With strictly for casli and sell for cash. a life time experience in our line we have advantages that other houses do not get. Give us a call; we guarantee satisfaction. gfaple and ftaney Dry oods, Dress oods, &q., &e., Hartford, Kentucky. Hotel- HARTFORD TEMPLE OF FASHION Prop'rs. FAIE BROS & t fCrane5 Owensboro, Kentucky. OPPOSITE TEXAS DEPOT. BEST FARE. NO LIQUORS SOLD. NO INEBRIATES KEPT. THE PATRONAGE OF ALL GOOD PEOPLE SOLICITED. Prop'r. , SLA.T7--- : 35 I YOUR MONEY And come to see John P. Daniel, of Rosine, Ohio county, clerk at n The largest and most reliable Clothing and Furnishing Goods House in Owensboro, have jus.t received a A Ilia-wath- mm rou, NOBBY LINE OF pur-ifier.t- Fast trotting this evening and evening. to-morrow BEOS., TTMainHUE Owensboro, Ky. I Street, Mr. Daniel will be glad to have his friends call on him Fair Week. Remember the place, THE FAIR. QUAKER CITY BAKING AlUcro. , t POWDER dtlme. "j t"lrtttn Ta . . and til 1 xt MtnmvMPiTV mnrmw llt AbtoluUjpurtux(koU$owut (Omit) art. ... n...t. m u.nU rt AnvflMMtin. niimnnnvhBi" nt all va'm found days for tho Fair. l U it notrtitoUon(0Ml.) -i .n. .11 !.. Vl1nMttiM will KAvnr KoriucccMWiUcT'cr follov (Owtf,) S .... .... .... the holt! CUlmsftpUcoftbOYOtherwt. m riav Ila yonr pontile will Vim a nw p. - DR Don't in fail to sec our goods. Carson & a aOtftMCUTtTT. senatcum. Co. uy I first-clas- rBAKING CREAM Coal, 4'onl. nffnnrl 1 lin tn.rlnv POWDiR I have sold my interest in the Johnson and Mosely Coal Bank to Albert Rial and have opened another coaLbank on the farm of J. W, Reeks, three miles east ot town. Send me your orders and I will guarantee you good coal, Respectfully, N, GAM.AGKR, Or. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Pair Highest Award. WORMS! WHITE'S CREM -- VMMlEllfiE YEARS FOR 20 j mcmiDo L Has led all Worm Remadfe. EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. TnpuMm v last raClllg1 To-da- tt and fine horses. E-I- J SOLD EVERYWHERE. Dini co.. tt. tarn. 22C U MtnMjiMtieftted rtnrsmsr- - x - - r;ifg iiyiiwnmjii. Hnrtford ltcpublictm Friday, Suitkmurr 28, 1894. CLASS LEGISLATION. tMlnlito BrhriiiM ItMiiltlntf from the Axpnilriiry of llio leitmcrnry. Perhaps onu of tlio most detestable mJicium of class legislation ever in nn American emigres was that clnuso of tlio present tariff net which repeals the Mig.ir bounty ami destroys tlio Miewr beet iiutustry. To tho fanners of the west, the establishment of this Industry opened a now nnd almost unlimited field. Tho ofllclnl statistics bhow that under tho operation of tlio sugar bounty, the proyro-pos- duction of beet sugar increased from clx millions of pounds to forty-fou- r millions of pounds In 0110 year. Tho jbutlay necessary to providu this inen-ascould not possibly havo fcecn made had it not been understood that both tho spirit ami tho Intent of the law gave, promise of perpetuity at least for ten years for tho enterprise. To strike down this promising sources pi national wealth nt this time is nn putrage beyond tho description of human language, Ono of tho worst phases of the wholo presents Itself to the people of Sustlon that tho two states which will Buffer most, Nebraska und Kansas, re parties to tho crime through the action of their populist senators, Allen and Peffer. What have tho pcoplo to bopo for when men claim and clamor forpubllo recognition in the national counsels, and vote to destroy promised prosperity. j 'Xho only sign of coming changes, or p! hopo for better things is that tho Jpcoplo seem to havo determined that tho republican party fehall bo placed again In power, In order that all the wrongs of tho past year may be right-,oand that tho sure road to confidence und prosperity may ogaln bo open to a 'all tho peoplo in all branches of throughout tlio wholo country. jAJt tlio rcpuuitcans again control. won-(Jarfd busl-'hes- From tills policy the. ruiiiiblluan party dissents: (1) lfee:uu It (leprivn.t our miners, lumbermen and farmers of tho honio market for the proceeds of their lnbor. (2) Hecnuie It deprives us of tho opportunity of converting our own material Into manufactured goods. und thus nddlng to our employments and wealth. (!1) liecnuso wool, coal, iron ore, lumber and such things nro Nothing Is raw mn- - ! not raw material. tcrlnl which thelaborof man has taken I out of Its natural condition, () the scheme is n fallacy unless It la mennt that nil wages shall bo reduced to tho lowest standard of the) world. Tho rnw material hpokcu of Is cheaper where cheaper labor exists, and than it onu bo nftcr wo havo paid the cost of transportation. In short, cheap goods mean low wages, and wo must havo lower wages nnd chenpor goods than other nations to compote with them In their own markets. Our own material Is untaxed; henco untaxed material will not do it without low wages. PO I NTS ANtTbpiNIO N S. tSflllll appears to have decided that if ho cmn't havo the presidency in 1800, no other democrat shnll. Toledo I lllade. GTTho democratic donkey la too nearly dend to suffer much from tho vivisecting it is now undergoing. Chicago Tribune. ( J3)!f he best thing to bo said of tho - ' fiscal year Just closed Is that It lesscned tho period of democratic rulo by twelve months. St. Louis t. A SHAMEFUL SHOWING. C2TEventuully tariff reform, alias tho sugar nnd whisky trusts, nnd all their attendants will get out of conference committees nnd cellars and be referred to the people In open dayllghL Then yon will hear tho dry bonttuof this congress rattle. Chicago Inter Ocer.n. CSTTho next democratic platform platform will declnro In favor of frco trade, tariff for revenue only, with protection, protection for American industry when represented by trusts, nnd war to the death on I ' V iPinilV v M WWMm HOW THE CONFOUNDED THING WORKED. democratic Orator In 1602 Drop your ballots in tho slot and seo better wages &nd higher prices for wheat come out, Chicago Inter Ocean. DEPRESSION OF TRADE. The Unwttlod X'ollcy of tlio Democrat Fortcnils DUattor. Mora thnn a year has passed since It was announced at Washington that congress was to bo convened for tho of bringing to n close the J ? : i- nanclal crisis or panic that was then overywhero presont. The prcsldeut and congress assured tho peoplo that with tho repeal of tho purchasing cjauso of tho Sherman act business would bo rcstorod to Its normal condition and the tlmoa would again smllo with prosperity; bnt all these statements and prophoclas havo como to naught. Tho lovol of prices, i' not yet found. There Is n shrinkage everywhere, and no ono can toll what tlio result Is to bo. lluslness lnterscts overywhero stand Idlu and without hopo. Capital is seeking a plac of Investment without encouragement; and il may truly bo said that tho markets uro mora uncertain than nt any other period In tho history of our country. Added to tho present depressed condition of trado wo hnvo now tho most strike ever known in tlio United States. The loss entailed by Ihb and tho other strikes which havo proceded it within tho past few tnoutllB must talto from tho common peoplo many hundred millions of dollars, boildes destroying tho industries that wcro barely living in the hopo of continuing until tiinos might chango for the better. From Bradstrect and Dun wo learn that tho nverago quotations of twenty leading stocks sank tho other day almost to tho level of last January, having lost ns much as wufl gnlncd under n feeling of Increased confidence. Wheut Is seven conts a bushel lower thnn in January, or eleven per cenL; ootton three-fourtof n cont per pound lower; wool three cents per pound lower. In passing from the agricultural to tho mcohanlcal or textile market wo find n further depression of from (It teen to thirty per cent, lower thnn six months ngo. These changes, in which tho for tho half year nru so much larger than tho ndrnuco In prices paid for, tell their own story of a steady decrcaso In value, which has changed wages as much us, If not more than, tho prldo of comminUtlon, IVIcci may go lowftr than tlicy aro nt present, nnd corresponding with this wagon must bcur a decrease In proportion. Where, How Holmes Will Do It. then, shall we hop- - for rllef from if this thing Is continued fur- I strikes ur, wuver wenucii iionicR is rether? Until a settled policy Is reached, ported to havo said recently, aprowhich will bo confidently supported pos of his autlbUwapliy; "I work by tho people, nothing but disaster can fit tlio memoirs nn hour or two each confront us. day, nnd am making satisfactory FREE RAW MATERIAL. progress. That Is, I havo nbout A Doaiorrntlo MeMure Which Ii fatal to one-hacompleted of all I shall Aiiierlcun Workmen. ' wrlto. Then I shall plaeo tho man- The democratic party demnnds that nil raw material entering into our tiscrlpt In tho hands of my publish-- ' manufacturing products when brought nrs, and thoy will keep It In their from forolgn countries shull bo entered Bufo until I shall havo passed nwny. frco of customs duties, whether tho I My bollof hns always been that n Uko material oxlsts In our owu coun- j man's memoirs should bo distinctly try or not, nnd tho Wilson bill ondeav-ort- i posthumous, and I shall carry out to realize this demand. Tho rea- Uint belief In my own case." N, Y. son given Is that this will enable us to I raako and sell uuch manufactures nt ixugcr. cheaper rates, and to send them abroad Tho Science of an Emotlcn. for sulo Jn the innrkots of the world. havo It Is said that our manufacturers Tho latest problem In metaphysics tho capital, our workmen have tho Is; What Is an emotion? It Is being skill, and our inventors the Ingenuity discussed by spectacled professors, to produce tools and machines, so that with raw material free from tariff tax- who 'havo arrived at thLs solemn ation we can compote with any other conclusion, It uppears, that tin emonation. Ily raw matorlul Is moant tho tion, however heroic or poetic, la of tho forost, mlno and farm, pliywl-en- ! Eroducts conl, Iron ore, lumber, wool, merely our fciiso of certain changes, many of I hem visceral, on tho frco list In Induced In hemp, etc., nro to go n our systems by our order to mako cheap goods for foreign of iifaet markets as well us at homo. , y I lf per-ceptlp- othcr'A'werlcah Industries. Ciuciuuutl Tribune. C35TTho present congress has enacted elghty-flvlaws out of 7,433 Introduced. There arc 800 Important bills waiting for n hearing, but nt the present rate of progress very few of them will ever be considered. Rome of them relate to matters of the greatest concern. No other congress has made such a poor record as this. Cincinnati Gazette. C2TSome of the democratic pnpers contend thnt tho times aro ns bad in England as in the United States. Railroad earnings do not say so. Tho decline In this country from January 1 to April 30 was 13.03 per cent; in England for tho half year ending April 22 there was au Increase of 2.23 per cent. The cost of democratic Incapacity when placed at the head of the government may bo gauged from thesa and many other comparative figure- - that can bi cited. St. Louis t.lol j COMMENT AND OPINION. BfWanted To know who the democratic meddler was that Induced Orovcr Cleveland to wrlto tho Wilson letter. EETTho republican party Is tho ooly political party in Amorloa that has ever given any encouragemout to profit sharing as tho solution of the juoor prouiem in our country, i'roui bluirlug can ho formulated Into a btntute, whereby nil parties muy bo protected and all rights preservod. Tho republican party Ls roady to load in this great movement. Dnlgo, as a ropubllcnn. stands prominent in this movemont In tho United States. t2?Tho chief cause which lias to rcduoo tho wagon of tho working pcoplo of tho United States is tho now tariff law, which is now tho source of so much contention In oon-- ' gross. Looking at it from every standpoint, every declaration mado confirms tho opinion expressed that wages must still bo reduced below what they havo boon during tho past six months under tint stress of financial panic. The working pcoplo seem not to realize- this, but bollcvu that by closing up their organizations they can maintain the wage rato of lb02. Polities has something do do with wages. o have peace." Then may tho wheels start again, ami Idle hands find work, and plenty como In place of want to millions of homes. Surely congressmen cannot bo awaro how much their weary strlfo over this question lias cost the people. In tho one month of July tho difference between this year and last In payments for products and for labor will be about 51,000,000,000. Hut this is the fourteenth mouth of contluuod and sore depression. In these fourteen mouths tho actual payments through all clearing houses have been $33,600,000,000, aud In tlio preceding fourteen months the aggregate was 572,000,000,000 a decroaso of 910,400,000,000. The business done includes profits for tradors and manufacturers, for transporters, farmers, miners and lumbermen, and wages for all tho hands they employ. The enormous loss represents decrease In wages and work and profits, for all concorticd r mora than 20 per cent, of the ontlro business for tho fourteen mouths. or rnther those The who would cam wages if the democratic party would let us havo pence, being U3 per cenL of tho poople, number 24,000,000. Tho wnges at tho rato of lbOO, reckoning about a third at the farming and the rest nt the average rato for all manufacturing hands according to tho census, were 8400 yearly for each. But Instead of 80,000,000,-00these, pcoplo are probably earning nt the rate of $2,400,000,000 less, part being unemployed and part working at lower rates. Tho great iron Indus- try, which should employ In all Its brunches 000,000 moil, as It did In 1800, with a yearly production of 81,200,000,-00Instead of a full consumption of 0,300,000 tons of pig actually consumed in tho last twelve months about 6,100,-00- 0 less than 65 per cent which would Imply a decroaso of 270,000 hands, and 8340,000,000 in value of yearly product provided prices had been unchanged. Hut prices of Iron products have been reduced at least SO per cenL, or nearly 8200,000,000 on tho reduced output. The textile manufactures, employing half a million per sons, nave reduced nanus nna ontput somewhat less, and yet very largely. In many other Industries the mere loss in value of product! must ba reckoned by hundreds of millions. Do democrats mean to say that tho frightful losses result from tho present tariff, nnd not from their attempt to change It? Very welL give us pruee nnd let us test It. Let the country have a chance to find out whether tho claim Is false or not, Stop agitation until next Jnnunry, nnd mo whether Industries will not revive nnd business improve under the tariff ns It stands. Inbtaut nnd full recovery could not be expected, of course. Complete recovery with tho throat of ohnngo still hanging over industries could not bo reasonably expected. Vet the democrats dare not faco tho tcsL They daru not let tho working people uud the business men of this country sec how sudden and great a relief would come If democratic agitation would but tako Itself out of the wav even for n few months only, Thoy do not dare, or they would have tried it long ngo. It ls almost a yenr slnoe this congress met in extra session. Iloforo that Its chosen lenders and treasurer and other experts had been at work for some months trying to framo n tariff bill. After more than a year of Incessant labor and agitation and shameful humiliation the party is dlfgustcd to find that It cannot agree upon or pass auythlug that looks like a democratic tariff. Its wrauglcs, Its amazing corruption and shameless bartering, Its contemptuous disregard of public opinion, of decency, of pledgos and of principles, made its respectable leaders long for au adjournment months ngo only they did not dare to lot the peoplo soe what the maligned MoKlnlcy bill would do for tholi Industries if they let It alone, liut think once more, dcmocratlo friends. Would It not puy better to lot the people have a littlo taste of prosperity bofore the next presidential election? N. V. Tribune. wnge-earner0, 0, t3TThe-dcmocrn,'tlc Tho Dlimttrotu Jloultn of Drmormtid niiiiUitnaRctiiciit. "Lot us have peace!" is now the cry of business. Tho sanio prayer comes from the west nnd enst, from s tho homes of millions of nnd from the offices of hnlf n million manufacturers nnd ns many merchants. Tho rich nnd tho poor join in ono prnycr: "Lot tariff war end arid let us fcr-Tewage-earner- Press. eyes and forms, nnd as they aro not taught to nssunio tho hunchback position of tho men riders no evil eoiiscqiinees nro visible. About eight o'clock In tho evening, on the East drive, you enn seo them coming down by tho hundreds with tho lanterns burning like flocks of giant fireflies. N. Y. Ayer's Pills THE BEST MttllttVII.I.K.MI'. I.OIIIH K'JIKIilll.lt I.N TKX. HKKIIOT jvo.oi, fiOV.1, I8P1. It.lt ,V T no.w, V.'.y 1. WHBT HOUND. lUlly. ,. I.otilitvllln W...I PMi,i... Family Medicine fegWQ CURE Sick Headache, CONSTIPATION, llrniiiliniiirK IrilnxK'ii Tilsvin. nil k, ro." V:l u, in. 11.4 TiSOf X:i? k 31 :11 t'lt,ritl ,.ii.notl I u, n. 11. )(Ii1r tim I l.''M.t(irt..,.,. hi 1 in. 1. 111, j.. m, m. 0.IC p. in. Ui I" p wi, n 111, 11. HiSI i3A POISON OAK AND IVY. How to Distinguish Them from tho Harmloss Virginia Creoper. Tho poison oak Is properly tho low form of poison Ivy. Tlio one ls a high climber, whllo the other contents Itself near tho ground. Tho two, says tho Now York Sun, nro dinicult to distinguish, and nro often perversely confused with tho harmless and beautiful Virginia creeper. Tho two poisonous plants hnvo their leaves In groups of three, while tho leaf of the Virginia creepor Is divided Into fiVo and sometimes moro leaflets. Tho .tarry of tho poison Ivy ls white and waxy, and tho autumn coloring of tho leaf Is mm ywtvH JrJr ti,nl.ru Otllllf. n 111 Id ill 11. m .'i ... ............. .Dyspepsia, jLivor Troubles. (i Iciitlrrou le : in. Hill 11. in, IKltp. rtl, II.Mp.ln, liMp fi, t i-. tn Nil. i. Nn. M, Poor Health i P.AST HOUND. Plljr. imij I.. llpnilcrron HlwitMWil" ot Aycr'a Tho ttcllcato siHKir-co.itlnrills dissolves Immediately on reaching tlio stomach, ami permits tlio full strength 0! each Ingredient to bo speedily assimilated. As n cathartic, cither lor travelers or as a family medicine, .Iyer 1'llU nro tho best In tho world. Freptrtdb; Dr. J, 0. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Hui. wm i:ny to Take Purely Vegetable. OvMl.r'or" IM..t.H-r.....- '. It.lMMIIIlW x ... 7ilJ. rn. 7S1I A. K'JTii. Cl'imporf an ,'rrfitnt! Initmloi,.,,. llrniidntiliiirt! in. S'n7 p, m. 111, l.iiA i, m, gtiu.tn. .fti p. m A.m. flisup.iii Jit'i. in livotil.hi - its ..., .... W.O' lI02n.nL a. in, 1. l"W. M7n.ni Tit 7:11 B in. .li.v m, tn. p. in. . n , m means so much more than you imagine serious nnd faNil diseases result from' iriflins? ailments neplccted. ' Don't play with Nature's ' greatest gift health. T rtl. t. l.oulMlllr . t.mp. in, Evory Doso Effoctivo fHin No. M Kmt No. IX make cnnnrplUi t Inlnpton (Piitnlnjp , with trln on llnrllnslniiv Wvtleru It, l! Mirl 'filwun,!. Furfutthit InrniniitlenMremi n.C, JiOIU'lHI.ddi. IVr lK't. I.o.iu-villi'- i., nl MOW 10 1 ft . I Ujruitcftliiir Pout of mttt.weik , t tuil Kcnctallr - I,oul Til: K't very beautiful. handlo tho potronous plants without ill effects. William Hamilton Gibson has written some rhymes to help his rentiers to distinguish between tho harmless Virginia creeper and the other two. A slmplo wny to tho difference between tho Virginia creeper and tho poison Ivy Is tills: If tho vino hn3 fivo leaves, corresponding to tho five fingers of your hnnd, you may handle It; If It has only thrco leaves, you may not handle It. CREATURES Hermits Who Llvo OF HADIT. Down-Tow- n Jlany persons In tho Dig Ofllco Dulldinrji. The hotol hermits arc more widely known than tho hermits of the big ofllco buildings, bnt tho hitter como In for a good den! of comment In a desultory wny, nnd are apparently proud of their seclusion. There nro men In the big hotels who boact of not having wandered moro than two or three blocks from tho building In years. Other hotel herinllsgo to their ofllccs In tho morning, return at a certain hour In tlio afternoon, and then remain steadfastly In doors until the following dny. They nrc Intimately acquainted with nil the goings on In tho big hostelry which serves them as n home, nndhnro nn nctlvo Interest in Us various departments. The hermits of the efflec buildings sometimes sleep In them, but as a rule they have lodgings somewhere In the lower part of the town, whore they put In eight or ten hours out of tho twenty-fouHut nt nil other hours tlicy are to bo found In thr Wg building which serves them ns nn ofllco nnd practically ns n home. N, Y. Sun. r. Oheslty Pills will reduce yo'ir wcicht PKHMANEXTLY from 12 to 15 pounds n month. NO Starving sickness ot injury; NO Publicity. They builil up the health nnd beautify tho complexion leaving noWKIN'K LES 01 tlahhiiicsi. STOUT A1JDO-MEN- S iitul iliilicult hreathinc purely relieved. NO EXPEK1MENT but n scientific nnd positive relief ,ndopteil only niter yeais of cxpciicncc. Ail orders supplird diiect from oitr office. Price $2.00 per prc-lugci three pnekneca for S5 Ol) by mail noitpaiil. Testimoninlri nnd p'jirtJci-lar(sealed) 2 cents. All correspondence strieily confs FATPEOPLIE Park fitfett und best regulator ler ladies; iiiithiug unph'iisnot, mul nhruyn eflec-tti.t- l. Advice free, Package SI uiir! ?2 direct TiiHCvroNCo., 1 ly Druggists, ltoclon, Jlaw, "pennyroyal vills. Dr. Perry's Tlollablo nro the Iron Iwtters ZWmrcuwn t I a-,- a IhrIii it onccuk- e (ttciiKlhtiiliie mcilicliic.wliUhls llimMi'i Itoii bitters. A few bot. tin cute benefit conies Itom the vtty Tint iloit- -i trm'l tlixl ttelk, ami Jiletomt 19 tike. iiiKinemoutnit-Li- rf ll'i J) I. t Dyspepsia, i rcuraisla, It Cures J, l, cJ. llt .nil, V t H. i ni'Mitii KMney anil I.lver Troubles, A Constipation, Cad Ulood p Malaria, Nervous ailments ?, Women's complaints. L. Carbon & Sob, N i. O'l fnly th? r"inlnc- - It In ttrfU uA lliitnou tliutiAti.(r .Mlolhett mctuli. mums '!'''rtiit O'tircl(tolUeoutlfulilamnthe tct 1c toic V.'ollJ' lll i.( It I' f r.lWII WK CIIEMIL CO, OAVTIMORr., MD eDmm Careful li.stimatcs made on nil nnd lluilditig. Ttrnif. Hartlotd, Ky. TWO SEPARATE OG'.VLifiQ GO EEH idential. PAIJK REMEDY CO., Uii.-itm-i. Get our prices on Job Wok b?fbi'c going elsewhere. Mius. SCHOOLS UNDER ONE MANAGCMNT.- 'VHEHYO0EO1D -- CWEHSEORO : C.Theo.Cgin. hrlh i'iulMid iij Moxt r'ruln-irt- UI.1.UV-- Tl. ... . NJ .... 5's STA P Vf?7f J) i g BSSUD m.iL JWtiGtAM,1Zy uaitjsn ioiivcBi C5TAULISIIED IN 1070 BOWLING GRECN BUSINESS COLLEGE. . jpr t - SOUTHERH I I rnw i 5CH00L. Arthtit Work, I!v:'7 iiV Mylf S:,t l.'.'tcrn Jn?..iM'.. T',icteatItultieMTralnln(:5choolollhcS.iulli.l Knxlljh, Teichera', Scientific, ind Clmle Muilc, Alt, and ('.locution r'ovMtti hOltlullJ. Tcleirtaphy. I'uplli cm enter at ! fcr. Witinir, an.t lVnnuiuhlp xw utcs of tcarJ and tuition. btitl lor my time Send lor catalogue. catalogue. tSTHoatlon Courts adt9d. AdJreu CUCT.nT J1E03., rnrtn, DowUne Orta.Kj. . ISOUTMGRN NORMAL Caton .J IL.!. W SUM fsiiw'iJt. S Nerve I? 'Cokol 11111. - to Sa5ftford -- fiUPKLV CUK3 en'l b Hcrvoas OebiLitj i to vSt-:i- TiiK- - iBi&al tl;. CiH!i.i'li l . itciiltj' liirriuvlim How Things Wero Going. eral. "So you going to leave :s, John," said Gen. Floyd. "Yes, Morse Floyd. It 'iwars like I can do more good at homo now dan bcln' hero; so I thought I'd go homo and 'courage up our tropic to hold on." "That's right, John. Dut are you going to tell 'cm you loft us running at-e n' The Southern Bln-unqtiotts n story of u negro, John WHIiums, who, filled with zeal for his master's cause, accompanied u Georgian regiment to tho army of Gen. Floyd. The campaign was unsuccessful nnd John, becoming liomeslck, was allowed to depart. Eeforo starting he went to pay good-bto the genc y I'll III.-- linlitllniiot Viiultiiiilll itli- COUHAGE OFMANKOODi Itrxliirlilf In S.lllr, 1,'nl. t'lirrinlMl, i:.lriuslf.l. li'lliill.-.i'i-l. rui'i!,. iit-O- ..nt li ilin Ml-- I riirr-k".N.rt.ius I'min, ll.'ll tltlll H ! 11 CURRENT COMMENT. senators stick ns olose to tho sugar hogshead as files In Juno. Chicago Inter Ocean. t!2TThe clover patoh In which It wwi predicted tho domocruts would wallow appears to havo been mud. Toledo lilado. I'lllillc Nirnlilli7. OSyTho MoKlnlcy law Is gaining The following ii a iUt of appointfriends more rapidly than any other tariff mcasuro now 1eforo tho country. ments for tho county candidates ai St Louis agreed upon by (lie iHlIerent commit C2T"To-dnthe democratic party stands before tho country convicted tees. They will epenkut the following upon tho cvtdcnco it has Itself fur- times nnd places in the mouth of Ocnished, of Incompetence and corrup- tober: tion. Pan Francisco Argonaut. llttrtiortl Monthly, 1st. C3'lt is a dcmocratlo fight, which Is interesting and would bo amusing If Victory SchooHionso -- nt night. tho wholo country were not buffering Sulphur Springs Tuesday, 2d. from tho long uncertainty and fear of Horse Brunch Wcdnerday, 3d, tlio democratic Incompetents what will bring forth. Troy Times. Rosine Thursday, ttli. E3yTho people who are responsible Mount Pleasant nt niht. for this administration may bo thorf Select Friday, fitli. oughly enjoying the edifying spectacle it now presents to the country, but an Cromwell nt night, ear laid to the ground detects no sound Beaver Duni Saturday, (Itli. of applause Indianapolis Journal. PrentU Monday, 8th. f3"Democrnts may contlnuo to "point with prldo" to "tho resolutions . Mcllenry Tuesday, Oth, at night. of 'OV but they will never "point with Centerlown Wednesday, 10th. prldo" to tho congress of '04. There Is Point Pleasant Thursday, 11th. too much that thoy aro not proud of, cither In the front or tho back view, Equality at night. Chicago Inter Ocean, Ccralvo Friday, 12lh, nt night. it is truo, as intimated, that Hockport Saturday, 13th. gratified oyer Hill's tho president feels f defense- of him, Mr, Cleveland Is really Beda Monday, 15lh. more unsophisticated tluiii one would Bufonl Tuesday, ICtli, nt night. have a reason to fmpposu hecnuso of Bells Run Weducduy, 17th. the provincial town from which ho rarae. Clevflafd Lfad.tr Mugnn Thursday, 18th, Denneficld nt night. MANY WOMEN ON WHEELS. FordsvillcSatunlay, 20th, Ono of tho sights of Centra! park Shreve Monriuy, 22d. 18 to bco the on pleasant nftcrnoons Olaton Tueedny, 23d. procession ot women bicyclists who All day fpeaKiug to begin at one ride In bloomers and seem to rejolco In their emancipation from skirts, 1 o'clock, promptly. Thoy havo ceased to cxclto astonG, B, Liki:.s, ishment and almost comment, nnd Cli'm'n Dcni. Com. tho common certainly (ilobe-Domocry from tho Yankees?" "No, sir; no, Marse Floyd, dnt I alnt. You may 'peml on my not tell-Inothln' to 'moralise dom people." "But how will you geturoui.d Idling them, John?" "Easy 'nough, Mnrsp Ivioyd. It won't do to 'mornlico dcr.i people. I'm goln' to tell 'em dat when 1 lef do nrmy It was In flrs'-rat- c sprrrlts, nn' dnt owln' to do situation ob do country, nn' do way do Ian' lay, wo was hdvnncln' bafk'urds, nn' the fpr'ardr.. Yankees was Pcw&rs. ctiintine powci uumiJe-t- s l nltitohl Inii.cdi.iicly it On this point the vUlci.ci is taken of those who have taken it is uniform and positive. Tlicy ay they can feci the effect ol evt-rt'ote doing tluiii It is a powerful r.civc Invljj- m'O'l ratiujj tcmif. i n pnttiitf its rrstora-tiinfiiieucf tlmrgli the mw'iutu of the nervotr. s.vu-fo cm ly oigan nnd ttpsite in the It makisbut little diffcret'ee wh ctlicr the toiutitu-tiona- l vij;or hat been timle: mined hy .icu'.c ''isease. ovirwojk. or certain mischievous in Mscretion.; or whether the hro'-edown condition is called by one name or other, m lone ns mere i nervous nci.cial nr local weakness k lor ns cccrvn-Ho- n and debility are the type of the ilinent. tint is the remedy. Its Ferfp.st "cr.s:iiaiij,i.V cxtt.Trdirv iis-el- bc'. SPRING OPENINGOF C. L. - n Field's ear of Buggies just from the lie will mve you e.Nh.-uutioi- Davis Carringe Company. IIONHY by I.uuu Lii Irnm IIIM. Will ilts of over mental or physicil exiitiou, h.iriUhp,e.)03urc, hidleti dtnins, caprice, or who have Ijiouht upon thenneivcs a scries ot ifllictions by or willuliy violating nature's will find Jn la-v- from the :e.s TII03E WHO SUFFER pell you a Utiiry, Uarnenj,' ln-e-t DuMcrund Whip from if.0.00 lins tliu reputa- v. uji to t75.00. in Cincinnati. Thr Davis Carriage Company tion of building tliu Hupgy for tlio unmey of any Factory e.VTON'S Vir.VM7.I!K tc the remedy fbi their certain ulief It speedily removes a. I evi'lcnccs of progressive physical dtterioiation, and restores the enfeebled energies to their natural vigor AND NKHVKTos. So come and . judge for yourself. any weakness of the vital organs.rer-vousnes- s, prostration of the physical or mental energies.conlusiou of ideas, lack of self confideikte, Irritability of temper, melancholy, cowardice. weak-ncs- s of the knees mul hnrfc. i.nli.iii. tion of the heart (Ir.imrimr min i the loins, headache, irritation of the kidneys nnd bladder, milky urine, pernicious and hidden wastes, resulting in a failure of the mental nnd physical powers, constituting an impediment, to bucccss and unfitting liiui or her for the duties and responsibilities of life, it is the remedy for excellence. A single package vill be sufficient to inaugurate the work of regeneration, and cure In many cases. Hut zVddress-all stobborn cases often require more. It win dc sent, postpaid, secured from observation, fori per package, or 6 packages for $5. Address all orders to WHENEVER T II E HE IS Ni3W YOHE A.N'D ONE YEAR orders to . " . - CATON MED. CO., Doston, Mass, Ilaitford, Keuliukj rrT", fwt. " .,' ft t"If &w$9& rmmt i a3SLfim.a$EaS.3aei.JS J i i "-- n 'lyi'i' i mm) i ", "- i - ' ' . - I K:- - m l Ji' -- ' I fr demonstrate sense and appropriateness of a dress that Is not only cool, sensible and comfortable, but modest and becom- I - E. 1). Gufky, mm. i: ing. The latest bicycles for women C'hm'.i PP aro now bolng made without tho rlrnn lini- - nnrl vn mnv nvhiwil it lw I.MKII t.lll'lI IJH. f ) , ablo to discriminate between tho AgefllS VailtCfJi I. I 1 ' Cli'in'ii Rep, Cum, J. P. MiM.i:tt, s f OF THE DAY QUESTION fullness ot tho trousers and tho chnr- -' VI actor of tho back hair. An authority Political Revolution of '92. Crisis of nnd '94. Battles for Utead. Cox-tell- s ou tho subject, who rides every dny, ! rv,M"'T ,Str kcs' the Unemployed. me, howovcr, that tho ran- - Ul y :. s--e- '3 BBraa.a. bar as bolntf moro dls- uncuvo unu leminine, evon motion iney weiii considerably moro nnd have bruwbacka In other ways. Tho rapid spread of tho blcyclo habit among women ls really amazing. nnd all classes nnd conditions of them aro to bo found on tho road. Tho exerclso results In Rlowpjr cheeks, ho drop Price only $1 5 . Sells nt Sight. Send .Most liberal terms to agents. for circulars or so cents for agent's ' nc- ' l?If1'?? Co,A 7o Chestnut St., Phila.lelphi.i.PatS It. We are manufacturers or Bugyies, Carls S"rries and Carriages, and deal directly witk siIvcr Qurstion. What Protection ,ioe3 for Ule American Workmnn. the consumer, th us s av!r g l.'ni the fcr cent, irtuel'y raid to irfdiK- - iron. Cur prices are rcai What Pice Trade dots for liim. A Respectfullyj book for the hour. V, very body wants onable, and we guarantor satisfaction. j aas.s. St iM I -- ' F. A. AMFB Owansboro, Kv, CO., lj I w: E - rjfSjSSrv k,ay K