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The Haetdbd Kepitblicak OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY 'i'i' M HAW YOU PAID SUBSCRIPTION? stand with WE DO JOb WORK Every ! 1- - IN THE FOURTH ISLiizLca.. MEUIOML DISTRICT, Tho Ropubllcan. Pay up and onoyearin Advanco and we will send vou Tho Louisville Wookly Commorclnl ono yearl iroo. suoscrmo at onco. Will show how you THIS TAG ,) VOL. VII. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1894. nfter the Shcpherdsville incident.' It seems strange that Montgomery hhould be now spoiling for n debate niter riin lining in Cro'igreu Sivai lon.r ye in wliers h: !i 1 a ch luce to h ivo 11 deb ite every day it was in .sesany sion in I uevir In one with bo ly. When one considers the rcl ntiv! powiri of the tw 1112 1 as deba-tor- s it sjsun a little lttJicro u tint Moitfomery should bs plnln; so far No one who n debate with Lewis. has ever heard thcin bath speik will ever believe Montgomery in earnest. As to Montgomery being "a gentleman with the most punctilious regard for the amenities and courtesies of public and 'private life," I hive to say that the Herald inn U evidently scarcely competent to piss judgment on such n subject. He is is either totally ignorant or wholy indifferent to such proprieties himself. It is not expicted tint Democratic newspapers will go wild with applause for Republican speeches, or 'that they will fail to criticize them adversely, but fair play nt least to some extent, it is expected from all who lay claim to gentility nnd tint they have a little regard for the truth. Reputable journals, even the partisan, ones, don't feel called upon to eschew nil truth in sp: iking' of nu opponent. Does the Herald man deny Chairman Wilson's statement that the Gorman bill put $40,000,000 of profit into the pockets of the sugar trust on the present crop of sugnr nlone? Is he possibly ignorant of the fact that say tariff levied on such things as we do not produce in this country sufficient to supply our dennnd or nearly soasn tax? nnd that the "time honer-e- d Republican contention that the foreigner pays the tarifl tax" does not nnd never did apply in such cases. Is it possible the Herald has never understood that? Mr Lewis did fully explain that. Qlt is strange that n man's own care for a good name with the people amongst whom he lives would not prevent him from deliberately writing and publishing that which so many of his neighbors known to be abso1 1 NO. 13. PliOFEMUONAL GAUD. 'JOlOAP N.a 99&oPURE DON'T ACCEPT IttlTATIONS. tms b cam;.c CO, CINTI. ? way wonder, coveting the vast distance between New Orleans nnd Los Angeles in 60 hours, nnd to Snn Fran cisco In 77 hours, has never been attempted or 'equaled. Countrary to the tibiinl practice of other great railway lines, no expense will be incurred other than thcr customary lirstclass ticket nnd sleeping-ca- r lare for traveling on this superb train. "Now westward. Sol has sent the richest beams of noon's high glory. And much of civilized Amcrcia is following rapidly in his train seeking homes, wealth and health in Califor-n- Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report. IKJ J&S&X& king Powder by winding around nta, for this last they never do, except with anlmnls they intend to swallow or when held prisoner, as Pedro was now holding this one. Preparing myself, therefore, for tho onset by tnking tho bags wo had with us ond wrapping them around my hands to protect them against its teeth, I stood off a littlo by the reptile's head and shouted to Pedro to let go, which ho had till now been afraid to do. Tho other hunters, meanwhile, paralyzed by fear, stood around, not knowing at tho moment what course to pursue They never uttered a word. Iu pugilistic attitude, I took my position beforo the hissing snake, and, with both hands protected by the bags, us with boxing gloves, feigned a blow at him the moment Pedro loosened his grasp. Tho enraged animal, seeing mo thus menacingly moving in front of him, gave vent to a most terrifying hiss, and bit toward mo with widely-gapinjaws. Ho struck right toward my face, but fell short of Ills mark, for lie was too much entwined around the boy to reach out far enough to catch me. His folds now began to loosen on Pedro, all his rage being directed to mo. This waa just what I desired, to draw him from his relaxing embrace of my assistant, nnd so allow tho latter to come to my aid In effecting his capture. For several minutes I kept the angry snake thus biting at me, and as after each attack he would unwind another twist of his body Pedro, whom I repeatedly warned to stay quiet, was soon almost entirely free, while I sparred vigorously with my hissing antagonist, without, of course, ever allowing him to catch me. Alternately ho would dash madly at me and then gather himsolf anew for another spring. Slowly he was following me, while I retreated. At every attack his powerful tall would swish through the looso gravel, sending tho dry dust in yellowish clouds about himself. Now that he was far onough away, I gave the word to Pedro to jump up and cut a good-sizepgje in tho thicket. With this wo both managed to press down his neck, pinning him firmly to the' ground, upon which ho tried valnlyi to turn and blto tho offending wood, and twUtvl hlmsnlf around it rlt'ht' up to our very hands. Quickly my call tho other hunters come our assistance and while they nn avsuiu st ifm I'viu 011 I avuiv tr 4 Via. jilt crtmn tu ntlsm I! cmnn sts vuqi snake, I caught him firmly, just as jreuru unu uonu ueiuru, uruuuu tuoi neck with both hands. Now that I' had him by the head, Pedro by tho' tall and some others by the middle, we soon got him loose from tho pole; and in triumph bore him off homewards, through the forests, for nono of tho bags wo had with us was anything like largo enough to stow him' g d ys OWENSBORO, KY. Will prnclico his profession in Daviess and udjoining counties. Special attention given to collections. Office, Cnnk of Commerce Huilding. LAWYER, J.N. It. Woit.lll n Jftl.8. Ulcilll, .ABSOLUTELY PURE BATTLE WITH A BOA. Its Tlgh toning Fold Wrappod About His Wlndpipo. An LAWYEK HARTFORD, KY. (Ofllcc, oyer An(bnon' GLENN & WEDDING, Ilauar.) ANYWHERE! EVERYWHERE! JOHN W. LEWIS. A Correspondent of tho Lob-anog g SUMMER EXCURSION' TICKETS ...ON..1.VI.T cnesapeaKe.onio&SouinwesJern RAIiROAD To the Springs and Mountains of Virginia, To the Lakes and Woods of the North, To tho Seashore and the Ocean, TO ALL THE Entorprino to Say in Regard to Bis Spooch at this Placo. Tho Herald is not Known. I hasSomo-thin- PROMINENT RESORTS IN TUB UNITED STATES AND CANADA A WMX A TO TUB Pleasant Spots near Homo: GRAYSON SPIUNQS, DAWSON SPRINGS, CRITTENDEN SPRINGS, CERULEAN SPRINGS, ramoui for their foclal, Icnlthful, and Hctinomlc Aihautagti, I,OCAI,riUKDAYltXCtmSIONTICKKTS arc on .me iiciwccn an aiauona vmuin a of lifly tnllra. anil VItJiK IIND T1CKUTH will be aol.llol.oula. ville, Mtlilht, ami I'ailucnll, from point. In the riduity of lhoc cities. Unit., tthntulca ami all Infonn.llon regarding trip in auyillrntlon will be furuiihcil on aptili. 1 ula-laafc-c- vatlou to auy of the Chesapeake, Ohio & Southwestern R. R. and anyone rtquirinx luolu, Mraplileta or any atlvrtti.ini; mailer, itcucrltiiuc any particular re. autt or trooita, can procure time by wrllluir to suyol the following j J. T.nONOVAN. lilt iM 1 khti T. B. LYNCH, Cut I'm Art HOWARD A ar. niacin,tl. l)lrkt JOLLY, W.i. McBRIDE, Tmv. nmriin, tix i. J(L, LlltIU.E,KT, LonariLL,Kr, ru. At t 0, l.GRAKMER. A..I trfn I Mina. r, LOlliriLLI, KT, Cotton Belt Route (.St. Louis Southwestern Ry.) Arkansas, Texas TUB ONLY LINE Willi through Cur Servict! Ironi TO im liw tf'i- - 18 1M, w&dd POINTS. No clinngo nI Curs to O'l INTKItMtiDlTti 'Diai'ia, Lv Currying through ConchfH nml TroviMMiig tlu I'lilliimn Sleeper. finest larmtog, grazing u,l(' Hi"'"'' Ituiiiy, Aii'l reaching the must tonus nml cities in tho pnn-jutoiih Two Daily T ains Great Soircliwest. Yeil.lin FAIt.Ml.NG LANDS. Hluiiiiliiiit y nil the ceieiil, corn nml cotton, niiileepccinfly ndiipled to the cultivation ol ,11111111 fruits anil curl) vegetables. Affording fiKAZING LANDS. excellent pusturngo during nlnr6t the entire" year, nml comparatively close In tho grent markets. TIMBER LANDS. Covered with forests ol yellow nlmntt iiiexliiHn-tiblpint', cypres and tlto hard wood? ciimninu to Arkansas nml Eastern 'iVxuH. Can lio prnciired on rcnrnnnhle and advantageous terms. All lliirnriiimrrl Midi nml liniellrlt ill on kiilnln tlir Cotton Belt Route Ask yoiirnrnresl Ticket Agent for maps, tnno tnhles, etc., and write to nny ot tho following lor nil information you may desiro concerning tho trip to tho Great Southwest. W. A. McQUOWN, Dis't Pass. Ant., Lonisqillo, Ky. G. E. W. LaBEAUME, I'. it Tkt. Agt St. Louis, J. A. EDSON, Gen'l Supt., 'J'exnrknnn, Mo. Tx. COPYRIGHTS, . OAIV I OIITA1N A PATENT For a prompt anawer ana an bonett opinion, writ to VI IIS N ifc :()., wno hare had nvarlr shy yean' oxperiunce In tho patent builnota. romniunloa tloniitrlctlyennnilomlal. A lliuulhook of In. rormiitlon oonoarniutf rnlrnta and bow to olw tain thorn aentfrua. AlioacalalOKUOOimBobiLa. H,I I.IIU BClDNIIDU IHIUKB PVUb ITUO, l'atenta taken throuuli Muim A Co. reoelra peolal notleoln the Hcji'iillllo Amerlrnu, and tbua are brought widely boforo tho publlowltii pat enat to the. Inrontor, Ihll aplelidld papar, luueii weekly, olexantly limitrateil, baa by far tlu laraa.t filreulatlnn of unr elentlflf. wnrt worht, 8: a year, tsampie onplsaientfreo. Uulfdlll 1$ Kdltlon, mi nin T. Mn year. Hlngla ."Scent.. Urerriiumhn. mnralm h..,,. ul Plata, In colon, and phoUkrrai'he ot new na, UUHU Jateit rie.trn. and aeeuro oontmrti, Artdrcu CO- e There was reproduced in the Enterprise of the 5U1 lust, from the Ilart- iub1tshed in ford Iicrnld,an account t that paper of n speech made hy Ilon- lolin W. Lewis, nt Hartford, Ky, on ( September 15th, lint forthercpro- ; ductfon in the entet prise that account might ns well go unnoticed, though first to the last j lal.se from the very vindictive, syllable of its nnd vulgar twaddle. I ignorant The Herald, I presume, is not known outside of Ohio county, only to its exchanges, nnd ns Mr. Lewis has made several ot his great speeches in that county nnd nearly every man in the county heard him, the Herald man, to them, simply writes himself a fool orn liar by such nrticles ns the one referred too, It is for the readers ol the enterprise tliah this communi cation is intended. The Herald says Mr. Lewis audience was sadly disappointed-- - he knew that was not true when he wrote it, The audience was the largest that had nssemb'.c.l for purpose within ten vears. in that Court-hou- se It was three times larger than the one assembled there to hear Montgomery and Murray have their joint debate before the primary. minutes For one lnur nnd fifty-fiv- e Mr. Lewis, held in rapt attention that large audience. An attempt was made by a leading Montgomery man there, by Iteqttcntly leaving the room nnd returning again only to leave ngniu, to get others to follow suit nnd leave him, butjit vain Mr Lewis had ths attention of his crowd and he held it, receiving from time to time the most enthusiast!': and hcaty npplaue. His speech was a ini'terly effort nnd enthused by the in ignificeiit nudience before him, nod the inspiration of the hour, he reiched on several occasions suprcmest heights of real eloquence and splendid oratory. Alter his speech it was more than n hour before he could leive the stand st great was the rush among the people to shake his hand nnd congratu-- . lite him. He was thus, by the enthusiasm of the people, forced "to hold an inforunl reception for more thn V.ver f tir minded n half nn hour. nnn in tint greit nivlien:e knows that to be true. The speech was pitched on a high plane of manly nnd dignified discussion. It contained nothing that nny fair minded or decent man could object to or complain of. He made no "vindictive effort to explain why he refuses to meet his opponents." He made no "cowaadly attack upon Mr. Montgomery, whom he dnrcs not meet lace to face." All he said of Montgomery was to state to his audience what he said to him face to face nt Ilodgenvill. If rtny nttack was madeon Montgomery it was made nt Hodenville to Montgomery's face. Although Montgomery could not have gotten a division of time from Mr. Lewis yet it is not true that Montgomery sought by every means to obtain from him a division ot time. The chairman of the district committee never petitioned fcra division of time. No proper mode to obtain a joint debate was resorted to by Montgomery or his friends nt any time. I have never known any one to so disregnrd the truth, even in the simplest statement of the fact, ns this wilfully malicious scribbler at Hartford. Montgomery nnd his friends knew well that Lewis had too high n sense of his own personal honor to recognize, in joint debate, Montgomery 1 The great Sunset Route, Southern Pacific, is now, the favorite one to those familiar with the different lines ot western travel; and its management, gratefully tecognizmg the ready appreciation whichlhetravclit g public has shown their excellent services, cmUrd'cifl through Pullman nnd Tourish slceding-ca- r facilities in the past, nnd which will be continued from Cincinnati, Chicago nnd New Orleans, have determined to outdo the most splendid railway achievements, ntid to provide their patrons with a combination of luxury and To this comfort hitherto unequalcd. cud the magnificent train, Sunset limited" taken its uamc from the solar luminary, whose path ncross valley and plain nnd over hill nnd mouutaiu it follows with the speed of the wind, has been put on between New Orleans Francisco. Los Angeles nnd San Leaving both terminals every Thursday during the seasons of 1894-9- 5, passing through the balmiest regions in nil America, delightful even in January, this fheting city" covets gulf tocoast in a trifle over two dajs. F.very comfort of home is found in the luxurious vestibuled coaches -dinner sleeping and composite which comprise "Sunset Limited," nnd the scenery along this line is un- surpissed. For fulher particulars, address S. F. II. Morsk, Gen'l Pass'r . Agent, New Orleans, La. FRF.B. Anyone or more of the following I standard novels will be sent absolute- , lutely false. ly tree to any address in the United Now conirsthc Herald and says States or Canada on receipt of 14CIS. that free wool makes wool higher. lor each book, in stamps or otherWhat is to be thought of n Democrat wise, to cover the actual .cost of postwlio claims that in order to bring age and packing: prices down to the consumer yon Ships That Pas3 in the Night Bemust put on n high protective tariff atrice Harraden. and to raise the price you must put it The Passing Show Richard Henry on the free list? Oh! shaw, Oh! humSavnge. ming, thy name is Herald. X The Man in Black Stanley J.Wey-ma1 ut-lr.u- n n. Will prnctico their profession in al. the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given- - collections. Also Notary Public for Ohio county. tneldint or the Hunt In Vrneiuela l'ror. O'lt.llly'a Cler.r Ilaacue of UU Native B.rant from tba i:in. brace of m Olant fcrrpeut. During my snake-hunting fames Wilipniclice . Snaitli, AW the Ireland Royal Zoological society, whenever for nny length of time I made my headquarters in any village or settlement, I almost invariably had ono or two young fellows trained under my own eye, to capture nlivo without fear tho largest and most deadly kinds that tho primeval wlldoruess could produce. Pedro Varans, a swarthy-skinnetripling of seventeen, clad only in shirt and trousers, with a palm leaf hat upon his head, burvfoot and barelegged to the knee, was tho quickest and bravest of all my d progress eastward through tho Venezuelan forest, writes O. R. O'Reill, of ATTH Y JT IlAItTFOIin, HY. his profession in Ohio ami adjoining counties, nnd court of Appeals. Specml attention given to collections. Office cast sido of public sxjuarc. M. L. IlKAVKIN. HEAVRIN & SllhUlY TAYI.OR. TAYLOR, Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Will practice thier profession in all the Courts ot Ohio nnd adjoining counties, nnd in tho Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office, nct door to Bauk of Hartford. daring serpent chasers. One morning at sunrise Pedro and I started oft for tho forest in search of huge boa constrictor reported to have brcn seen by some hunter on the previous evening. We had each a cutlass with which to sever the sntangling vine in our route, a long stick to use In dealing with rattlesnakes or bushmasters, a wallet of provisions for the day and some stout bags to confine our expected coptlvein, but none of extraordinary capacity, judging the size of the reported boa to be, ns usual, exnffger- ated. Before wo had proceeded far tho sounds of gunshots in the distance attracted our attentlou. We soon came up with the shooters, and were delighted to find that they were tho very hunters who had yesterday tho boa we wero In Perry Westerfield, Attorney at Law. Beaver Dam, Kv. E.D.QUFFY. attorneys ggt gfaw, of Ohio and adjoining counties, Superior Court aud Court of Appeals. Collections and all legal business attended to. Office 329 E. Market St. VY Griiffy 6s B.D.R1N00 KirLg-o-, ill practice in all courts SXartford. SEontuclcy. quest of. R. R. WEDDING Neglect of the hair often destroys The Maharajah's Guest An Indian its vitality and natural hue, ond causes - Exile. it to fall out. Before it is' too late, The lust of the Van Slncks Edapply Hall's Hair Renewer, a sure A Lover's Fate- - and a Friend's Counsel Anthony Hope. .ioixl UcntnrHj l.ntr. Kentucky is making loug strides, What People Said An Idle Exile. ahead of her cducatton.il policy. She Mark Twain; H13 Life and Work is adopting school legislation that Will M. Clemens. The Major Major Randolph Gore other State would be wise to follow. Hampton. One provision of especial interest is Rose and Ninette Alphonse Dau-de- t. thaf'therc shall be a county teachers' library in each county of the The Minister's Weak Point David to be kept under the care and in the office otthe county Maclure. Maurice At Love's Extremes superintendent, for the exclusive use Thompson. nnd benefit the teachers of the counBy right, Not Law R. H. Shepard. ty." Collections for the purpose are Dodo; A Detail of the Day E. F. taken at each annual institute. The Benson, county superintendent, as chairman, A Holiday in BedandOtherSketch-e- s and two persons elected by the instiJ. M. Barrie. tute constitute a library committec,to Christopher Columbus; His Life manage the library. select books and and Voyages Franc B. Wilkie. Ed. Porter Thompson, State SuIn Darkest England and the Way perintendent of Public Instruction, progressive Out Gen. Booth. is a who Uncle Tom's Cabin Harriet Beech-e- r educator, is making every efiort to Stowe. have this library idea bear the best Dream Life Ike Marvel (Donald G possible fruit. It is an idea that deWith very little Mitchell.) serves cultivation. Cosmopolis Paul Bourget. trouble or expense a good reference Reveries of n Bachelor Ike Marvel can be gradually accumulated library Members of Con- (Donald G. Mitchell.) in each county. Was It Suicide? Ella Wheeler Wilgress and Senators are glad to help such public institutions along bv cox. Poems and Yarns James Whit-com- b procuring ,or them the invaluable Riley and Bill Nye. scientific and other reports issued by h An English Girl in America Goveyment. Other donations will the Mnttesou Powell. doubtless be forthcoming. Book are Sparks from the Pen of Bill Nye. now so cheap that it is in these days People's Reference Book 999,999 n comparatively simple matter to get Facts. together a good working library, such Martha Washington Cook Book. n library in every county is what KenHealth nnd llciuty Emily S. Bou-totucky is aiming at, and it is a high Social EtiquetteEmily S Bouton. The Pathfinder. aim. Looking Forward. Address, SouriiuuN P.vcii'ic Company, Invalids shoul remember that the Book Department, cause of sick and weak nervous headNew Orleans, 10. aches may be promtly removed by taking Ayer's Pills. These Pills speedily correct irregularties of the stomach, liver, and bowels, and are the mildest and most reliable cathartic in use. h, wide-awakTal-lulan. remedy. ward S. Van-Zil- r UUMN & - MlW VUUK. aill 11U0ADWAT, MOLER'SpilTl OINTMENT CURES MOTHIHa BUT PILES. 8URK ant CERTAIN CURU Known Tor inysini asms ecu RdMKDrrOR to., t. S, Umtipi vt BicaisPKX mnmnPILES.tons. A war. 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Much attention has been attracted by the great offer of Southern Pacific Company of New Orleans. They are making a free discription of books to advertise their wonderful new train now running from New Orleans to the Pacific Coast, and which is said to be the finest, fastest nnd most appointed train ever constructed. The train consists of a composite car, in which is embraced a barber shop, bath room, library, cafe and smoking parlcr, a dinner car, in which metis are served at all hours, passengers paying day or night, only for what they order; also a full complement of Pullman's latest and most magnificent drawing-roosleeping car, The speed, of this rail lux-urous- ly rations, and corrective medicines have do with the present. Dr. Fenncr's Kidney and Backache Cure is a positive specific, in all kidney complaints, (Travel, stone in bladder, female weakness and irregularities, moth on face, eto., inproves appetite and digestion, corrects and restores te normal action all organs of the body As it was clear that this delay Also cures and purifies the blood. right havo serious consequences, I headache, backache, dropsy, rheumatism, skin diseases, drowsiness, sleep- u. onco prepared for other tactics. lessness, dullness, and brings freshness I knew that if I threatened tho exand bloom to the eheek, elasticity to cited reptllo while Podro remained the step and cheerfulness and contentment to tho mind. If satisfaction not perfectly still and quiotly lot go bis money refunded. Costa nothing" bold on it throat, tbo beast would tryrt, Tk boae bottle toay. t ODOa attack me by bltlaf, but jiot Duappoxntmtni U felt at tho premature decline of American women. Habits of life hare much to do with prevailing" conditions. Their correction will improve coming; gene- just as much to hills for some Over the forest-cla- d two miles we with difficulty made our way, continually slashing a road with our cutlaeses, to where there was a deep ravine. It was among tho rocks on the precipitous side of this ravine that they hael seen the boa on tho evoning before. About half way down, or, perhaps, fifty feet from tho gravelly bottom, they showed us the spot where ho had lain, and the hole in the rock Into which they said ho bad glldeel at their approach. As he was not now in Ids hidlnpr place we set diligently to work to search every rock nnd bush In tho vicinity. Pedro, meanwhile, left us, and, going down to the dried up river bed, bgan to seek him bo- neath tho bushes overhanging tho sandy margin. Ho was very soon successful. "Santa Madre," he shouted. "Quo grnndo cnbezal" On hearing this wo all stood still, anxiously gazing down at him, wondering what it waa he had discovered. As he uttered the words we saw him In the act of ascending a huge bowlder, overshadowed by a1 spacious leaves. spreading For a moment ho was lost to view. The palm leaves swayed and rustled violently, and beforo wo had timo to movo a step there was Pedro rolling off tho bowlder down to tho sand below, with the enormous nake coiled with its many folds around him. As he fell he yelled out wildly for assistance. I shouted, to him to hold him fast and not let go on any account, nnd whllo w hurried down the rough incline he could bo heard swearing lustily aa he struggled to free himself from the) tightening embraces of his prisoner.,. Thero ho lay on his back holding the1 great boa, with ono hand clutched about ite throat. There was coll upon coll of the monster's length wound around his neck and arms and body. Ills legs only were free, and with theso ho tried vigorously to get? on his feet; but- in vain, for tho, weight around his neck and shoulders, as well as tho pinioning of his prevented any arms, completely such notion. Ho could only He thero helplessly on his back and kick. When we reached him he could speak-nmore and his face was fast grow- ing livid, though othorwlsohe waa conscious enough; out tno pressuro round his throat wns too much for him. Tho swollen veins stood oufc upon his forehead nnd his eyes appeared bulging evidently the snoko was strangling him, whllo he still kept It clutched by the throat, for though a boa conrftrictor cannot crush one's ribs, he can easily squeeze a neck quite onough to choke. Now, tho best way to a coiled boa is to commence at tho tall, bo for that I jumped at once and found it stoutly cnlnpped around tho stems of the bushes. I' proceeded to untie it, but as fast as I could get It off from ono placo it instantly twisted afresh around fan-palm- 's un-loo- so an-oth- Attorney at Law, Hartford, Ky. Will practice his profession in all tho courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Office, room 20, Hartford House. OT. HTiBrir w; Hartford, Ky. practice his profeseion in all courts of Ohio anil adjoining counties nuti Court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office over Carson & Co. H. BARKTES WILL . Jo. B. ROGERS. In. Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in tho courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Careful attention given to all business entrusted to him, Office in Republican Building. Wo stopped to rest In an open spot where thero lay & remnant of a prostrato tree about twenty feet long and eighteen Inches in diamo-te- r, with its interior entirely hol- lowed out by the combined work of natural decay nnd ta. It was suggested that, if ond end of the cavity was stopped upv wo could allow our captlvo to glide,' into it, and then, having closed up the other end also, carry him homo, on our shoulders, for the whole fragment was as dry as tinder and not, heavier than so much cork. Accord- -' ingly, having plugged up one ond with bundles ot vines and weeds tightly wadded in, wo got tho snaka to enter readily by releasing hla head In the mouth of the open end and scratching him vigorously about the tall, because ke thought he waa escaping into the darkness of the interior. As we were stopping up the" second end in a similar manner to the first, and so securing tho hissing prisoner within, we noticed somo small ants making their appcaranco through the interstices, but being so taken with the auccess of our expedient didn't pay much attention to them at tho time. As soon, however, as wo took tho burden oh our shoulders tho efforts ot the Imprisoned serpent became frantic for escape, with the result that his writh-ing- s disturbed a whole colony of the terrlblo "fire ants" In tho Interior,, which, swarming In millions through evory crack and orevlco, covered our necks and shoulders, getting down between our clothing and our skins, stinging and biting us with such, fury that simultaneously wodropped our load nnd began to tear of! our clothing as fast as possible to rid, ourselves of our tormentors. This' wan not tho worst, cither, for the" wood-borin- g in-s- J. tfZfW R. PIRTLE HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Is prepared to do any and all kinds of Dental Operations. Prices most reasonable. Ofllcc over Williams & Bell's Drug Store. DENTIST Si- i- - wsifActs li3sMsissssssssssssfiKl h VflUl I 1 1 1 JjisraW pQlfiflalalEsXsii'a m gip DENTIST. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Is prepared to do all kinds of Dental work at reasonable prices. frail receptacle In which wo carried1 our prisoner smashed to pieces with; tho fall and liberated the tortured' open ground in tho occupant midst of us, scattering tho ants about for yards on every sldo, Off he scurried through the woods with all the energy ha could muster. on-th- PARK PENNYROYAL PILLS Femalo Regulator, aro perfectly snlo and always relia ble. For all Irregularitcs, painful Menstruatinus, Suppressions, they never fail to nflotd u speedy and certain relief. NO EXPERIMENT.but a scientific and positivereliof, adopted Cloveland World. only after years of experience. AU Guest "Will you not givo mo a orders supplied direct from our oN kiss, beauteous creaturof" Waiter' fice. Price nor package, 91.00, or Girl "Not much do I givo you ' six package? for $5.00, by mail post, kiss." Guest (resignedly) "Well, paid. E vRY PACKAGE GUAR then, you might as well bring mo a AN.TEED. rnrticulars.Cealel) 4e. portion of Schweitzer cheese and All Corrospondenrestrictly Confi a glass of bock beer." German dential. PARKREMDYCO. Joke, V t ) . f. "SI . T- i f 1.1 Can you to buy a,, P .aotfctl&teJrfej T" V& liatSMawwasiaBPawaajBa us r . r 1 i ,ku cruWnjjIwlthout seeing a esti- -i 1 i'l . - ' Ht. j ' li,i, in IMI M -- wTBAtfrNSMTiSAti?iSr I. whole, tbo- tlsor. mmmmmmfmm t mx3J rf ." . . . .. - X. 1 im ,, lj-,- ,... JI N. &zmiLh!XA """ii """ . ,,'i If V Jitfl.li.k.a"i JBVT - -- TT J. Bo, Mm, i ,. i ; lr afi ..mAilrtis i i. frm . j - ' P r !!l ' II Li I-- .. I 1 Protectionist. Mr. Piorca, tt Booms hns tho uncnvlablo reputation of never having declared his position on tho Tariff though in viow of his subHappenings and Personals as W. Lewis, of Springfield, Kentucky. serviency on other questions.bo would Said A. B. Montgomery closed his Reported by our Regular doubtless have been nFrco Trader. So speech with this remark: "that such that nil iu nil it remains for Mr. Correspondent. men as W. O. Bradley nnd John W. Grover Clovelnnd, President of these Domooratio Tiokot. Lewis should be driven out of KenWjii:.vi:vkr you hear n mau say that United States, to rise in tho nwful Jiinui:, Rev. Cnscbier filled his regular ap- tucky," and immediately left the roil cou.ntv the Republican party is responsible majesty of his august dignity and lay Wc nre nuthorizcd to announce pointment here Sunday stand, walking backward through the fbrtlicprcscntconetitutionof Kentucky uuto his variegated career, tho ques13. T. Williams Mr. 13. H.Pattcrson and Miss Attye middle aisle of the Court House, well you know yourself what ho is. tionable reputation of being tho first As the Democratic nominee for CounAustin spent Saturday in Central beckoning to his' friends to follow ty Judge of Ohio county. Klection, Tho present constitution, with all its avowed and publicly declared Frco City. him out. Said Montgomcjy's insult .November 6, 1894. faults, is better than tho old, but you Trader, who ever occupied the ExeMiss Rosa Taylor returned home and conduct caused unplcasantexcite-nicti- t must remember th.it tho bill original cutive Chair of tho Nation. We nre authorized to announce What it from Central City Saturday, nnd unpleasant feeling ninong d ing tho call of tho Convention that lonely position! John M. Lkaoii by her friend, Miss Ollie the people nnd nicnnccd trouble. As the Democratic nominee for the formed the Constitution was overRandolph Johnson, Smith, Dyersbtirg, Teuu. office of Assessor of Ohio county. whelmingly Democratic, the J. Tom Foster. Voto the Democratic ticket and The accommodation will be made 6, 1894. Election, November Convention itself was overstrikes. up nt Central City after this. Subscribed and sworn to by J, Tom and nt the whelmingly Democratic, Beaver Dam regrets veiy much the Foster and Randolph Johnson, whom Voto tho Democratic ticket and election at which the Constitution was favor England, departure of the train men and their 1 certity to be known to mens reputattopublicau Tiokot. genial families. adopted by over 100,000 roajority.tho ble citizens of Bullitt county, KenVote tho Democratic ticket nnd Miss Laura Barnes, Gpshcn, spent tucky. This October 8, 1894. Democrats carried tho Stato by altrusts. Sunday with Miss Sade Austin. II. F. Troutman, Takoyour mediciuo most 30,000. Voto the Democratic ticket nnd Miss Fannie Barnes, who has been Notary Public, Bullitt county, nnd quit your yarnin. have dear sugar. sick for the past two weeks, was taken Kentucky, Stato oi Kentucky has voted to her home in the country this week. Tin: Voto tho Democratic ticket nnd A ('nil t flip rolorrtl Voter. President Others on the sick list arc Mrs. iu uo less than twenty-si- x pauper labor. The colored voters of this county An analysis of theso tial elections. Vote tho Democratic ticket and II. C. Maddox and sou llity, Misses nre called to meet nt the .school house Abbie Metealf, Vicloiia Williams nnd iu Hnyti Friday night Oct. 26th for votes will show that seven of them have Free Trade. Perry Hunt. whoso opinwero cast for candidates the purpose of organizing a republican Voto tho Democratic ticket and Mrs. Louis Johnson and Sister Mrs. club aud (or the purpose of Recieving Election, iov. ft. ions on the Tariff wero doubtful, or havo cheap labor. For Congress John W. Lewis, of Tiiomus, Bowling, spent instruction regarding the Australian Green, whoso platforms on tho question were Washington county. Voto the Democratic ticket aud Friday with their cousin, Mrs J. II, Ballot nnd for electing delcgntcs to For Appellate Judge B. L.D. Guffy. cither silent, for mcidental'Protcctiou, Nave. havo 10 ceut wool. For County Judge John P.Morton. the colored Republican convention wero straddles or as in 1802 for Free Mesdanics R. P. Hocktr fflut Win. which convenes in Klizabthtowit on For Sheriff Cal. P. Keown. Voto tho Democratic ticket aud Trade, while nineteen times tho Stato For County Clerk D. M. Hocker. Gray attended furncral servicci of the fust Saturday iu November has cast her vote for pronounced encourage Anarchy. For County Attorney E. P. Neal. Mr.Downard Hockcr's fou at Liberty lively colored r his m.iu should d- Thus it will bo seen Voto tho Democratic ticket aud Monday. Protectionists. Assessor X. C. Daniel. For Jailer John V Black. whole duty toward securing the sucthat tho grand old Commonwealth raise 50 cent wheat. Mr. C. W. Panott spent last week cess of the entire Republican ticket. For Surveyor G. S. Fitzhugh. has departed from the faith, but the Vote tho Democratic ticket aud iu Louisville. For Coroner Galin C. Wcsterfield. We have ii strong ticket from top to indications of the present ntid recent take away pensions. magistrates: The Teachers Association ol Hart- bottom, but it don't make any differHartford A. S. Aull. past point unmistakably to nn tsuly Vote the Democratic ticket and ford Magisterial District convened in ence how strong the ticket is, to sucRosine C. I,. Woodward. return to her first love. the School Hall Saturday. Quite n ceed, they must have the voters to keep an empty treasuiy. Ctomwell Jont B. Wilson. of Fordsville J. A. Boiling." Voto tho Democratic ticket and de- number teachers present and exer- back them. Over confidence is detTut: effort of tho business men of Buford cises very interesting. rimental to any enterprise. So wc Louisville and tho public spirited cit- press agriculture and labor generally. Judge B. L. D. Gufiy and Mr. must not constable: be wanting iu any effort beHartford Hosea Shown. intho Stato to izens throughout Vote the Democratic ticket nnd F.lwood Neal, Morgantown were in t Rosine Thomas Allen. cause of the strength ol the licl-et- . duce immigration to Kentucky is a have disruption, strikes and hard town Tuesday. . I lint Ptpll tun-- l Cromwell R. B. Martin. ilitfi timet flnlifa The inter- times. ni03t commendable one. Rev. Fowler, Madisonville, deliver - untn Fordsville James Oiler. republican in the ccunt'v Buford est already manifested iu our county Vote the Democratic ticket aud ad- ed a most excellant lecture at School or ; tIt0 ,llstrJct js cIcctcll gives assurance of much good. Tho vertise yourself for sale. nan .Monday evening. Subject I P. A. ti.vtv. Go. I I "Tilings Neccssay to Success." Commercial Club hero has made very ',l,, o:" Jlr. !u oil Our citizens were sticeiiillv rntnnll. ! commendable efforts in obtaining inThe office of Judae ol the Go to tho polls. Gunr.NSDunr., Kv , Oct 23, '94. formation relative to the resources of the Court of Appeals is second to no merited by nn excellent sernade from I To the Do not fail to vote. the county and in this work promi- office iu importance, which is to be l,,c "'""OIU Mru'S u"-"onoaiuruay I Congrcsrionalpeople of the Fuutth District of Km-- ' Our sincere tlnnksarccvcr ' nent citizens in every neighborhood filled nt the November election. tricky: Bid health having compelled Come to hear Bradley. have given assistance. Several memJudge Gufiy is the Keptiblicuu nomi- ciuc me gentlemen lor laeir sweet J my withdrawal as n candidate for music. of the club, with other citizens nee uud considering the extent ot terbers Go to the polls and vote. Friday night Misses Kmtna Barnes v.ongress in tins uistnct, tuns leavof the town and county, attended the ritory in his District he hns made nnd Bradley is hero and Attye Austin favored a few of ing the contest between A. B Montweek. meeting at Louisville this week, where U making a thorough canvass. Tho their friends by rendering 'ocol se- gomery and John W. Lewis, I have Bupuiilicasp, do your duty, go to tllo resources of the county were pre- indications nil point to his election. lections with the guitar accompanei-men- t. no hesitation in saying tint the sented in a manner that would make He ought to receive uud will receive cause of good morals, good politics, the polls nnd vote. tho humblest citizen proud of this tho enthusiastic support ol every ReMiss Laura Render, who is teach- and good government is on the side KnuEMiiEit that the polls close at great county. publican iu the District for several ing near MclIenry.spentSaturdayand of Mr. I,ewis. I shall vote for him 4 o'clock on election day. reasons First, because he p a first-cla- Sunday with Miss Virgilinc Hocker. and earnestly hope all my friends will Our anarchistic contemporary on Very Respectfully, Miss Celesta Hays, Rochester, spent do likewise. lawyer, 11 man of the highest Tun Republican candidates, every-ou- e the corner devotes s ofn persoual character, conscientiously I Monday in town returned home Tues-honeJ. T. Ri'ssr.LL. of them, nre worthy of your sup column of its valuuble (?) space this ' da accompanied by her sister Miss nnd with the moral courage to I'tior llicclliin port and best efforts. week to a batch of garbled statements decide frttfulnc.ss, according to thelaw at d justice ' Celest,e w hasbeen here visiting Leads to nervousness, peevishness, chronic Dyspepsia nr.d William O. Bradley, tho next from Republican speakers in a vain without regard to rim?. clique or ' relatives mr uie past montu To the shame of the keepers be it great misery. Hocd's Sarsapitill.i is Governor of Kentucky, speaks here attempt to prove that Protection fos- pets. Secondly, because ho b tho said two Blind Tigeis have again the remedy. It tones the stomach, ters trusts. The extracts on which it Republican nominee, made so week. because made their appearance among us. The creates nn appetite, and gives n relrelies knock it Billy, but it doesn't the party desired that he fhould be one has taken up his quarters iu his ish to food. It makes pure blood and seem to know whm it is knocked silbe too confident. Don't Work nomiunted. Third, because Btit'cr, for tho whole ticket early nnd late, ly. In fact that's its normal condition. the county of his residence, has never same old den, the other is euconced gives healthy nciion to all the organs It quotes Mr. Sherman ns saying: failed to give good majorities for all in quarters a door or two doors be- of the body. Take Hood's fjr llool'a till 4 o'clock Nov. G. low. Sarsapjiilla Cuuus Attyk. "Whenever this free competition is In the Louisville Immigration Con- evaded by combination of individuals Republican candiiliite.j,and tlih n the Hood's Pills become thefavoritc cafirst time they have nked the par'y Brad- thartic with every one who tries vention, Ohio county was first in the or corporations, the duty should be to support u Butler county Republicnumber of delegates. them. 25c. reduced and foreign competition an. We feel sure that evtry Repromptly invited." Certainly. The publican iu the District will take foal, 4'onl. The great orator and Statesmen, counMcKiuley bill gave the Sugar Trust pleasure iu giving ibis distinguished I have sold my interest in the William O. Bradley, will speak at the Johnson and Mosely Coal Bank to a most effective blow by placing su- citizen of Butler county an earnest Court House Nov. 3. Corue and Albeit Rial nnd have opened another on the Free List nnd the Demogar support, nnd if this be done hi eleccoal batik on the farm of J. W, Keiks, hear him. cratic party true to its friendship for tion isceitiuu. Sat- three miles east ot town. Send me The cmitemptnble your orders and I will guarantee you trusts comes along nnd replaces tho and mendacious efforts ot the Demo to it that there are no atny-a- ti See 3. good coal. Respectfully, homes in your precinct. Will you duty on sugar. crutic prees to have Judge Gaily deN. Gallaoeu. m m do it? Tho election turns with your feated will only raise him higher in Hie Tlint Micplirrilm IlltOifi-iliiir- . It hasn't been long ago since the estimation of all the Republicans uud Prominent citizens ol Nelson nud answer. I'orSiilc. "promoter ofunnrchy" at the corner Any one desiring to buy a cheap Bullitt counties tell uuder oath what independent voters of his District. If every Republican iu Ohio coun- was delighting itself with tho most they know cf the meeting between farm with a good young orchard of ty will vote on November Gth, every outlandish and unheard of vilificaAll Americans ol whatever name Mr. Lewis and Mr. Montgomery at 150 bearing trees, n fine lot white cak Republican caudidato will carry the tions of the Populists, their candidates and order, whether high or low, rich Shepherdsville in 18S7. The affida- and poplar timber, should call on or write me. The farm is on the RochHow time has and their officials. county by a handsome majority, or poor, bond or free, and withmi t vits are as follows: ester and Beaver Dam road near changed 'cm. Now,it tries to softsoap State 01' Kentucky, 1 SSf I will sell j Cool Spring Church, Can you do auy thing for the Re- tho Popuhstsat every opportunity nnd uuy reference to race color or previNelson County. inThis affiant, P. N. Pennebaker, low. publican ticket? Of course you can. makes the oppoitunity itself. Shame ous condition of servitude will be J. A. Hoops, Pientis, Ky. You can go to the polls and vote nnd on such hypocrisy. But everybody can terested in tho following racy uccouut says on his oath that he is a citizen of tho recent Chicago strike. The nnd resident of Bardstown, Nelson get some other Republican to go with see through it. The insinuations that extract isfrom tho editorial columns of county, Ky,, and has been for years. 1'orMle or Ittiil. you. Mr. Russell sold out to the RepublicA house and lot oil Dog Street. In the Star of BAhlehtm, published nt He knows A. B Montgomery well; John W. Lewis grows more popu ans ami come off in ccnfcqucnce is an Leeds, England, aud proceeds to call and also knows well John W. Lewis. good condition, Call onornJdicss lar with tho masses every day. His insult to every selirespentiug Popu- down tho house in tho following euer-get- ic He was present at Shepherdsville, in John J. McIIenry, Hartfotd, Ky.n-t- f Mr, Russell is list in tho District. Bullitt county, Ky., in the summer btyle: campaign has been a magnificent ono Hull Itnfr.lo Mlziibrlhtouii ItiirrN, of 1887, and sat on the stand and big revolution is and his victory will bo of like na- nn honorable and highly respected "A On Oct. 31 and Nov. 1st and 2nd gentleman and nobody has any right on iu the UuiteJ States of heard n joint political discussion be- the C, O & S. W. R. R. will sell ture. Republicans, the size of his to say that be comes off for any other America, and thereis little doubt that tween said Montgomery, then and tickets nt half rates to Iiliza. majority depends on you. reasons than those unmed iu bis card. the Government will be defeated. now a member of Congress froui the bethtown, for the accomodation of The dictator, Debs, has been driven ead from his palace, nnd he and his minDistrict of all those desiring to witness the fall Let every citizen do all iu hie powi Tho Herald ought to know.-froi- n Fourth Congressional er to push forward tho cause of se. experience, that so far,at least, as Ohio isters nre now in hiding in the nioun-tain- s Kentucky, and John V, Lewis. Said Races of the Hardin Comnty Driving The greatest trouble is being John W. Lewis spoke first, Mont- Association. As this is a new entercuring desirable immigiation to Ken- county Populists nre concerned, they experienced in the capital of Chicago, Somo new nro abundantly able to nttend to their where Grover Cleveland, ringdeader gomery followed, He says Montgomery prise lately started by the progrestucky and Ohio county. blood would do this old county nn own business. of the rebels, has obtained complete closed his speech with this remark, sive citizens of F.lizabethtown, everycontrol. The railroad tracks at that pointing towards Mr.Lcwis whensay-in- g body is requested 'to lend their aid immense amount of good. place have been torn up nud thrown inThe stntenient m tho Courier-Joit: "such men as W. O. Bradley and encouragiuent. river.a It is not necessary for tho Repub- nal that the Populist party of Butler to the Mississippi than thestream con- and you are a curse to Kentucky and Yours truly, siderably longer Severn, and should be forcibly driven out of the licans to follow the Democratic motto county had u meeting nnd denounced the stockyards, where the govern T, U, Lynch, G. P. A. of "vote early and often," but simply Judge Guffy isn mistake and without ment palaces are situated, have been State." Immediately upon saying Illiiir to I).iik1iiiiii Ilr'Hln I.uvc, It rriny bo true that a razed to the ground. The trouble was this he stepped off the platform aud to vote on co anil stamp the foundation. The days are getting shorter nnd started by a man named Pullman, walked backward through the entire ballot squarely under the eagle. Do few, who nre really Democrats, had who has a stronghold in the mounthe nights longer. We notice that of the Court House in which such a meeting, but no such official tains ol Illinois, one of the most con- aisle that and victory is ours. the5 o,clock train forLouisville doesn't action has been taken by thepaity iu siderable provinces of the country. said discussion took place, beckoning get nlong as early as it did n month Ir you believe you can buy a hat Butler. This is only the adoption ot The man Pullman manufactures a cat- with both hands, he holding his hat ngo, By this we are reminded that in one of his hands, to his friends to for 71 per cent, less, a shawl lor 77 the same methods so beautifully de tle car." It would seem to bo now eminently follow him out. A number of them time flies. Presently it will be dark percent. less,or a woolen blanket for scribed iu the Louisville Times of at 5:30 o'clock, and then nt s; then P, N. Pl'.NNIUIAKER. in order to hear from tho ''hiding did SO, GO per cent. less than you paid under April likli, last, iu describing tho shutters will be closed regularly and Debs" nnd his"mini$tcrs," "the ringSubscribed and sworn to by P. N. tho McKiuley bill j'ust try it. Theso canvass mnuc as ltsaiuulong no; leader," Clovelaud, and his "rebels" Pennebaker, well known to me to be the broken window glass replaced, Yet "pictorial illustrations" nre humbugs! pilll)8 nml ,UgUm6UOC8, n ,eferenco we do not dread that time. Nor nre and tho "mnu Pullman'' nnd his"cat-tl- c the person he represents himself to we to deceive tho people. anxious for its coming. Both to tho Democratic nomination for cars,,' What say you, gentlemen? be, and who, is reputable and fully summer nnd winter have their own entitled to credit nud belief. This Tin: dilfcience between that Ohio Judge of tho Court ot Appeals, It is special delights, and we appreciate October 19, 1894. Ohio Circuit Court. mob and tho conventional Southern .said, and it is our understanding, that them. G. T. Atkinson, a largo mnjoiily of tho Populist party N. B, Davis ) mob is that in Ohio tho law was Thescentranciiig fall evenings seem Petition in F.quity. and Notary Public, Nelson county. maintained nnd the criminal is pay- thut votes will vote for Judgo Gufiy Alich L. Davis, J Commission expires March, 1896. particularly suited to the utc ol poesy. ing tho penalty for his crime in tho in Butler, as well as throughout the The inspiration of the moonlight, of Notice is hereby given that N IJ, State op Kentucky, 1 ' penitentiary, whilo in tho mob of tho District, But we du not pnitend to Davis and Alice L. Davis have this languishing zephyrs, of stellar Washington County. Southern variety all law is trampled speak for tho party, of drowsing foliage, of day filed this petition in my ofilec, This, affiant, John W. Lewis, says under foot. All save three of that line ofemi- - praying the Ohio Circuit Court to em- 011 his oath that the statements of Mr1. the music of insects nnd night birds American Statesmen, wlio havo power the said Alice L. Davis to ac- Pennebaker, in the above affidavit- - that do not sleep, of shadowy vistas, Tin: candidate finished their reg- nent thorough-fateof deserted, haunt-riddebecii President of tho Unite. States quire, buy, sell nnd own nnd control nre true. John W. Lewis. ular tour of tho county at Olatou on ot misty distances this inspiproperty of all kinds in her own name Subscribed and sworn to by John from Washington to Cleveland havo To say that Tuesday of this week. free Irom the control or interference W. Lewis before me, this October 20, ration is subtle and euobling Thanks either recognized or affirmed "tho tho Republican candidates havo held of her said husband, and to empower 1894. be to God for itall.and further thanks J. T. C. Non, beneficence and constitutiontheir own on tho stump is to put wisdom, her to sue nnd be sued, contract and F.xamincr for Washington coun- that not alone with these intangible, ot Protective legislation!" Of They have gained from ality it mildly. be contracted ns an unmarried woman dreamy things is it man's lot to comtheso threo Mr, Polk in his letter to and given all the rijrhts of a feme, ty. mune. It is the time for the wooing start to finish and nothing but fuiluro Kentucky. State oi K. Kano during his campaign sole, of those friendships which sweeten J voters John 011 the part of tho Republican Bullitt County. of I844 declared himself, though with Given under my hand ns Clerk of These affiants, J. Tom Foster nnd and glorily human life. Geutle reader, to turn out can compass their defeat. hypocrisy, Slid Court this 22nd day of October Rnndolph Johnson, say on their oaths you know whereof we speak; to one cringing and deceitful and 1894. "incidental Protectiony When studying the positions of for G.B. Likens, Clerk. that they are citizens nnd residents of of humankind this appeals to his . purlieu 011 tho pension question, old boasts of his support of tho policy of Gui'i'V &Ringo Atty's for Petition-er- s. Bullitt county, Kentucky, aud were Reveal not your tenpresent in the Court House at Shep- - der secrets, O gracious fall nights soldiers should remember that tho President Jackson, who wnsnn Wdent HnrrUon Adralslstrntion Issued eir certificates to 0110 rejected, whilo llio rejected Administration JUUUSIIEU KVKKV l'UIDAY MOIINING Cleveland four claims to every one it allowed. NAM A. A.VIi:itSX, I'roprlctor. Cilllnr. In other words a ratio nf 24 to 1 in jo. ii. K(Mii:it.s favor ot the Republican ns against tho Friday, Octoiiijr 26, 1894. Democratic administration. Hartford Republican BEAVER DAM. hcrdsville, Kentucky, In tho summer that have of 1887, nnd heard n political discus- dence of sympathetic hearts. You, too, shall be welcome you sion between A. 11. Montgomery, of Kentucky nnd John winter nights with your playful F.liAabcthtowu, i .JfciCfii'W pwTTiii.'7,JHUUiMfc Wiwt,"tiiyint't lln llnrlloril I'liolo Car, overheard the sweet confii.w.i ataa A D. Taylor, the Beaver Dam Pho. tographer, has located his Photo Car itt Hartfotd nnd will make tccoiu-pannine- Con-stiutio- ngo Pictures here every Saturday morning till gusts, your hyperborean music, your noon in the Hartford Photo Car. Mr. domestic delights your firesidogames, Taylor will be found nt his home your rosy boys ol froen pond and gallery in Beaver Dam balance of the snowy hillside, your harvest of time. We me glad to say he ranks Thanksgiving and Christinas happi- up with the nblest Photographers in ness and your fulfillment ol the promthe State, Fitafcluss work guaranises of summer wooing! You shall be teed, , welcomcnnd we shall delight iu your "When beauty comes he takes it;, presence. If there is none he makes it." t and wlntrr they are Summer sweetly concomitant; to enjoy the t " A'ollcp l Log; Mm one we must enjoy the other. Solet I am now icady to buy limited most of us be happy and inakethc number of saw logs nud will be In Hanwhat the seasons bring Huttlordoii Monday and Saturday of cock Clnriou, each week alter the 15th lust, nud Dyspepsia seldom causes death, will be glad to meet nil who wish to but permits its victims to live on iu conttnet. My e address is misery, Hood's Sarsaparilla cures Siilphur Spiings, Ohio county, Ky, rill stomach troubles. dyspepsin nud Reip'y W. II Moomt. tit.; k , 11 post-ofilc- V jj a Nudavono Flukes, Hcckcrs Rolled Oats, iu-vi- tc Friends and Mnsca-ton- e Oat Meal can be found at Tracy & Son's. RUN THHOUGH BY ASWORDFISH V w& a. w tvli-Or- 1 "'s'ast. ss two-third- st HoiiTwTa ley will address the votors of Ohio ty at the Court House in Hartford on urday, November Vctscl Stranrjoly Damarjcd In the Gulf of California. The l.aiUcntlno C. C. Funk, in port nt Port Townsend from Santa Rosnltu, Mexico, hud an unusual and cxcitlnu experience in tho Gulf of The California with n swordflsh. vessel was going south with n cargo of merchandise from Snu Frnuctfico, nud was speeding nlong nt n nine-knrate when It wns noticed that the sen was greatly disturbed. Tho water seemed to boll ns though sonic big nnlinal wns racing through It nt a tremendous nitoof speed. Tho officers were unnblo to account for the strange phenomenon, nnd watched tho unusal scene in amazement. Suddenly the bailuUinc received such a sovero shock that every man 011 board was carried from his feet. For nn Instant th- - vessel was ar retted l't liT progress, stopped still, quivered like n wounded nnlmnl.nnd then slowly got under way. Tho officers mid crow gazed nt ouo another in blank umuzcmciil,burinislng thut n submarine volcano had burst through the bottom of tlu sea nud thut tho Capt. vessel had struck n rock. Glazier was unnblo to account for tho Btrnnge adventure until ho arrived nt Santa Rosaliu, where tho vessel wns discharged and her hull examined. In the hold of tho ship, sticking through tho timbers, protruded tho extreme end of a fish's sword. About four inches was broken off with a sledgo hammer, and is now preserved on board lis n trophy of tho occa-felon Tho animal had evidently the hull of the barkenttuo for n whale, and wns bent on taking its life. The sword struck the barken-tluoo- n the starboard side, nt a point below the vat or line, beneath tho h fore chaluplatos, penetrating a plank and one of tho ship's timbers, where. It was broken, tho fish leaving about eighteen inches of his wcajKUi sticking lit the vessel's side. Somo water enmo through the nurture, and It was necessary to calk up the hole. Capt. Glazier says tlint it was tho most remarkable adventure that ho ever experienced nt sea, and that the flhh must havo been of Immense size, to have so greatly disturbed tho sea and to have struck the vessel with such tremendous force ns to havo driven Its t.word through a comparatively now vessel'M side. SeatA n. mis-takeflvo-Inc- ot A Peculiar Case Periodic "C. I. Hood " I write to that I hate btcn a sufferer for lour srsra with ueuralct Iu the ri e. Tho palm weroUT)-semat nlcht, raining mo to aufTtr winter atiil summer alike.. Somttlnira a month ttouM Upte between tpclli, fieri I would I Attacks of Nouralgla tho Eyot. ft Co., tonell, Mn.l In I j Troublod Evory Week, ejpcetallrlf IwaitipatiiUiil. I am a man of regular h.iMts, U )ear cl age, and employed for the past sea en yean by Heath, Spring & Co., (llktinu merchant and bankers of thli pUcf Hood's3 la: the I Cures Conniption bjr restor. Lo alij.vMUrrtnHel and Camden. I boURht a mpply of Hood's Htf (4p.ullta, used four bottles Mini bellere I r.m South Carolina. cured," V, J. I.o.so, Hood's PI!!o cLia t'cristaUlcac'-iuaut NC.ZZCX, an 1 vrnirnn In the Ur.ltM .tea ,4 iLc Uixuru sii't Vthuky nan or mr tvks nn hibits hate fj.i-4-. .'.J t , ,. .1. .t'uoiuy, AtliuU, Ca. ) Et ;?n froo. '.soxHC.sitl eco nun l.i'ct to want CTrj mm t1 lhe Ojfe.2tL-r- . j ON j. . P' V. 12 IJ h xr & IUl. Tlitk&iiEiibl'Xiilliw1. G tnVOIti riciuiislyupiod.ind Enlarged ArPJiUALTY. 10SJ Main Street. i7mr. nwrysnnno, X-XJOD- . y "V7". IlAIM'ltilltl, KKN'llJl'KV, 23. GibM? ul Hi 11 K!T1 V tle Uso Water In Carnival Tlma. Will draw droit frmn a nice, neat cozy cotlngo up to line ivo story house, h ill draw plan ill charge. Wiil imike c.uclul estimairs on nil Muds of building;, and remoiN ' Mvo mid al old houses. M.itto tri "During carnival time in borne parts of South America," said E. L. Osmnu, of New Orleans, to tho St. Louis man, "thcro is a general revolt ugainst nature in withholding rain the greater part of tho year, Water Is showered Globe-Democr- lellivo." QUdRTKllL OF Y Till-: JiLTOXT now-goin- g ur tho balconies nud housetops with wanton extravagance, all classes joining In the frolic. 1 was in Lima during ono of these periods of jollification and found that there wos not a street where ono could be ficcuro from these wnttery attacks. In all parts of the town pnssersby were treated to a shower-bath- , and toward evening tho sport increased with Intensity. Every successful delivery of dipper and bucket being greeted with shouts of laughter. All clusses mot with the sumo reception. Roughly-dresse- d men, sauntering nlong tho strcot, would on mooting a richly-dresselady, dash n cup of water, which they held concealed behind their backs, straight In tho lady's face. Tho ladles attacked In this way would merely smllo grimly and pass on. I snw hundreds of men nnd women showered In this way, but In no iustanco were tho least slgmi of resentment d from Beaver Dam 1 DEPOSIT At tho Closo of Business en 18th day of Juno 1301. KESsOUKCEsJ. Loans and Disccunts . . . 7,0; 87 Dverdralts, . . . 264.11 Ovetdralts, unsecured , , 591,10 Due from National UanUs 11,115.58 Due from State banks and Hankers , , 45 59 Hanking house and lot 3,000,00 Specie , 2,632-Currency 2,044,00 Furniture and Fixtures , 1,500,00" Current expenses , . , 8C7,ia ... , or nnger displayed." &H1U9.29 UAHIMTIES. Capital stock paid in.lii Surplus iiiml Undivided profits Due Dcpobitora n s, heart-strings- and doing business in the town of Heaver Dam.in said couuty.beitigdu. ly sworn, says that the foiegoing re. port is in all resj.ccta a true statement of the condition of the said bank at the close ol business on the 18th day ol June. 1894, to the best of his knowledge and belief; and further says that the business of said bank has been transacted at the location nam. cd, and not elsewhere; and that the Roumanian Man Fridays. above report is made in compliance A strango custom is still observed with an official notice received from In Roumnula which, reminds ono the Secretary of State, designating the iStli day of June, 1891, ns the strongly of Robinson Crusoo. When day on which such report shall be servant has displeased his or her made. a master tho offender takes his boots Subsctlbtd and sworn to before me in his hands and places them beforo by John II. names, the 20th day of tho bedroom door of his master. It June, 1894. Kowan HoLiiuooic, Cleik Ohln County Court is u sign of great submission, and the By Siikuiy Tavlou, D, C. boots aro cither kicked away as an J. H. Hank ns, Cashier intimation that tho fault will not bo R. 1', Hockrk, Director. forgiven, or else tho sorvant Is told JNO. II. IiAIlNKS, to place them on his feet, which I. P. HAIWAIU), " show's that ho is forgiven. Tho Flecord Price for Picture. Eleven thousand gulnens (something over $30,000) Is now the record price paid in nn auction room in London for a pluturo. This ninouut wns realized at Christie's for SirJoshua Reynold's portrait of Lady Dotty Doltrno, sister of tho earl of o Carlisle, with her children, a which Is well known through engravings. It was put up at 0,000 guineas, nnd was scoured by Charles Werthelmor, a dealer, for 11,000 gulncaB. Tho famous "Duchess of 'Devonshire," by Gnlnsboro, which so in3'3terloti9ly disappeared, was knocked down for 10,100 guineas nnd the Raphael In tho Dudley collection two years ago wentforabout 2,000 guineas. plo-tur- cashes 000 00 8,250 00 1,204.02 56,571.67 DueSftcb.anks&Sl'leb'k'rs 9.6o Due National Hanks ki 60 ... Stati: oi' Kiwuckv, ) Countv oi' Ohio, j ss John H, Harnes, Cashier of Heaver Dam Deposit Hank, a bank located &M. 139.29 H r. -- H 1 ( V. .. .JUjs A .- -, y. ij- - ftaas-jjta-1 iv jlll. . .'j?'iL"m.tfv"iitiV I'cncltiff Wire nt Tracy & Son's. Baled liny at T. 11. gPP 5EjI . . i I Bean's. i3-4- t Hon. J. R Rowc, Owncsboro, is in town. i' I 'Stove pipes, Klbows nud Collars at Tracy & Son's. w Light Wrap. A Something that will just keep the chill of!, when you are riding or walking. You don't feel like putting on heavy winter garments, but you do need a light wrap. The newest thing in the lint is at Cnrson &Co'. j . If you are in need oi clothing, to Carson & Go's. go ' VnilStilll Pi.wl ml (tin otnxlr nf cloaks is at Can on & Co's. Mr. Willis llfl In, ol Hefltn, return, cd from Louisville Widnpdav. We want your country produce. Cahson & Co. ment. Tii . iVn, ' Mr. James Miles, of 1'nriulibo, cnlled is Best," in a manner that would have been a credit to an older head, to sec us Monday. Alter several good pieces of music Rev. Sandcrfur, ol the Christian by Prol. Thomas and his school the Church, is preaching n series of .serAssociation adjourned to meet nt mons at Alexander School-housI'rcntis the ith Saturday in NovemMr. Godfrey T. McIIettry returned ber. to Colorado last week. He was acine ivssocianon men tendered a companied as far as Louisville by vote of thanks to Prof. Thomas and John J. and Mrs. McIIenry. his class for their assistance in the Mr. Quint Taylor, of near Paradise, way of vocal music. Thanking our visitors lor their had a fine horse stolen from his stable one day last week, lie has not presence, we trust they will not for been able to learn anything of the get us on the 4th Saturday in November. 'Z. II. Siiui.r., Ch'm'n, horse since. Siddik Davidson. fc'cc'y. Among those who were in Louis- iSSSt: -; a, A TAYi.on ru:i,i, Indced, I suspect that Divlcs gavo Oct., 23. Not having seen any the word the sound of 'pert." That news in your paper front this place, Daviesused "gent" as a term of reI take the liberty of writiuir a few spect is shown by his characterization items, thinking perhaps it would be of another reverend doctor as "a venof some interest to your many readers erable, humble, and nflectionnte old to know that we are surviving the gent." It will not do, thcrelore, tone-couhard times. a word recent because of its Farmers are quite busy now, as slangincss. When a smoker profesthey have all their fall work to do, ses fondness lor "the weed," he such as making molasses, sowing docs not dream that he is using an wheat and gathering corn, but I'll epithet applied to tobacco by King add by way of parenthesis that the James 1 in 1620, nnd that nearly two latter will not be much of a task this hundred years earlier than James, in year. the reign ol Edward Vr.,thehopplant Water is so very scarce that most just coming into England was called every family has to go to the creek "the wicked weed." What plant had for water and if it docs not rain soon worn this title ol contempt before the stock will suffer. hop I do not know. The Century. The singing school, in charge of I believe a young man should dress Prof. Fielden, n most excellent teacher, closed leccntly and all feel better as well as his means allow, no better prepared to sing the hymns they have but no worse, writes Edward W. Bok learned so well tit dear old Antioch. in the September Ladies' Home JourDr. Patton and daughter, Mary, nal. Money spent on a neat appearnrc visiting relatives near Paducah. ance is never wasted with a man, be The Doctor will return in a few days, he young or old. The danger in a but Miss Mary will remain for quite young man's clothes is a tendency toward extravagance. This is never awhile. Little Lelia. diughter of Mr. and justifiable, no matter what may be Mrs, Thos. Sirlc3, has been suffering the income of the young man. Exfor several days with u very sore travagance is always wasteful. But neither must he economize too closely. tin oat. Quite n number of the candidates We may like it or not, but are are y judged in this world, first for what lor county offices met here last night to speak, but there be- wc arc, but also as we look, and a ing an audience of only two they young man's sense should teach him that it is also wise to createagood im- concluded not to speak. Wednesday night Mr. Joshua prcssion. Good clothes can not make Last Giter entertained n few of his friends, a young man, but they arc a help. A for the well dressed young man does not nec- Dancing was the program occasion, and all seemed to enjoy the essarily imply that he should wear the clothes cut iu the very evening very much, most especially highest-pricesome of the disappointed candidates. latest style. It is just as possible to Mr. nnd Mrs. Thos. Sirles spent be well attired in clothes of moderate cost, so long as they are not "loud" Sui.day at Bells Run. Wishing he dear old Rr.i'um.iCAN nor "showy," but quiet and neat. The best dressers aniuiig men folio w much success, I am, Hn.iru:i. the same method as do the best dress"Urnln" In Xot Modern KI11111?. ers among women: they do it quietThe word "gent" nowadays seems ly but well. to wear its hat docked on one side of the head, nud to walk with a caddish Homo KcfUrrx Itnles. On Nov. 6th 1894 Round Trip Tickwagger of vulgar But I known worthy old lady in the ets will be on sale at Beaver Dam Ky, count' who calls her husband the to Points in Arkansas, Texas, south "old gent," using it as u title of re- west Missouri, Southern Kansas, In- spect, and such it was in her child- dian Territory and Oklahoma at rate hood and long before. In 1754 the of one first class limited fare plus Reverend Samuel Daviess, afterward $2.00 limited to return 20 days from date of sale. HAraKN Merrick, Agt. president of Princeton College, travdecribes the Reveling in England, erend Dr. Lardner as "a little, pert Frank Gentry, of color, Greenville, old gent." epithets that would not be has accepted a position in Pace's barnor ber shop. He is a firsts-clasflatering to a minister barber, even dignified for a minister to use. and will give you a good easy shave. "Pert" here has the sense of "lively" Pace is better prepared now than ever much as a Kcutuckian might use before to give his customers the best ' peak, "or a NewEnglauder "perk". work. Wed-nesdad to-das -- & x e. m An UMBRELLA You might as well think ol going without a hat as to wear one and have it spot-teand spoiled by the fall rains. You necp an umbrella, something neat and yet inexpensive. d Mr. Wm. Ri'cy Ely, Hopkinsvillc, on T. II. Bean, on Union Strce'.. 13 4t and Miss AnnaT. I.owry, of Helena, Ark., will be mirried on November We have just received a big line of 6 Mr. E'y will be remembered as boots and shoes. Carson & Co. having been a pleasant visitor to our Born, to the wife olMr. A. P.King, city on several occasions in the past. I No Creek, on the 15th inst., a bay. Miss I.ula Walker left 'Wednesday J. S. Sparks will leave to day for for Marion, Ky., to attend the Nunn-BarnMcIIenry with his photograph gal- nuptials yesterday evening. ' i lery- The bride. Miss Barnes, is a grandGo to Carson Ac Co. nnd get a daughter ot Mr. Minta Shanks, a I brother tq Col. Q. C. Shanks, of this pair of these celebrated city. cr shoes. es Wcar-for-ev- Don't lail to see our cloak departCarson & Co brands of flcur, ir.cnl call For best ville last week from this county were Col. C. M. Barnctt, Messrs. M. I, Hcavrin, G. C. Westerficld, Hartford: l,ou, Fon and J. L. Rogers, Beaver Dam. A. D. White wishes to say to the trad- A Rain-Coa- t. rain-coat Well, a is what everyone needs, and we don't have to argue that point. FAIR A CO. Have all the necessaries to comfort and a host of other things. At a Quarterly Conference at Shink-e- l Chitpel, ol the M. K. Church, last Saturday, it was decided to sell the cening. parsonage at No Creek and purchase Master Romey Wedding has been a house at Beaver Dam. Rev. Perry-ma- n quite sick for several days, but is will move to Beaver Dam in the improving near future. Major Jesse Moore died nt his home Mr. Max Iiyne.o! Union City.aud in Central City last Saturday nnd Miss Anna Weir, ol Greenville, will was buried Sunday. be married at St, I.ouis on the 31st Mrs G. C. Wcsterfield is visiting inst. Miss Weir is the accomplished her mother, Mrs. Jane Arnold, Crom- daughter of Col. Weir, a prominent well, this week. lawyer of Greenville, and is well W. O. Bradley will spenk at the known here. Court Houe ntonc o'clock ji m,, Thieves broke into Mr. Jarcd Saturday, Nov. 3, 1891 Brown'f! store at Paradise last Thurs Miss Mary Rowe and Mastct Ernest rhy night and stole considerable dry Field ore in Louisville, the guests of gords, jewelry, &c., amounting to over S200. There is no clew to who Mr. Fred Baruch nnd family. 1 ney euecteu an en- omuiewonc. Wc have the prettiest slock of trance ny prizing rne Dars 011 me dress goods that can be found. I WltldoW. Cakson & Co. Mr. W. M. llcfliu, of Hcflin Bros., Go to T. II. Bean, on Union Street, ' Ikfla, Ky., rcturuul f.'om Louisville for bent flour, meal, bran, h"y, corn and other Eastern cities Tuesday, I t or wheat, shipstuiT, & etc. wheic he had been to purchase goods Mr. and Mrs Sam T. Barnett, No for his firm. These are young men Cicek, visited friends and relatives and r.:c meeting with much success in Hopkins county Saturday ar.d Sun- in building up the littic town of Hcflin. day. Mrs. Thomaa and Mrs. Denipv( Yclvington, were in town Monday i3-4- ing public that he has a full line ol Stov- es, ootii cooking and Heating; and also a complete line of grates, which he will sell cheap. If you need anything in his line it will pay you to call on him. 2Je also has a full line of the very best of groceries, cutterly and general hardware. Call oniiim. Or. Price's Crsam Baking Powder World's Pair Highest Awtrd. CoIIcrp !lniirnliiK. All are prepiring for the next weeks' examination, and are impatiently waiting to see if their names will be on the roll ol honor. Those that have studied earnestly and diligently will realize the full fruition of lllcir laborSi but thosc tIlat havc noti w n faii of tlle rewaiov that ever own it flip i,ir1ti.tr!niic V ley on Nov. When you come to hear W.O.Brad3, visit Foster's cash store, he has made special low prices for that day. Remember when jou come to town to the speaking that the CommerEvcial Hotel is the place to stop. erything first-clas- jt"1l Fiudw, OcTonr.n fc r lit. 26, 1894. II Mrs. ft is 11 Williams is improving. MH t - K 0 , J "I- - Dr. C. M. He.ivrin has purchased quite sick. Field is the place to gtt your J. L. Miller's property on WashingC. I.. Miss Violi I.ike.ncar town, has tyton Street, and will move into same. horse fed. phoid fever Mr. Miller contemplates returning to Good riss for hire, day or night, New Hue novelties in all. wool dress his farm near Magan. at C. I. Field. goods nt Fair Hao c Co's. Mr. Eugene Fulkerson, of the Pnnd Teachers' giadc cards for sale at Mr. W, U.Jones, ol FonNville.was Run neighborhood, died last Satttr. this office cheap n pleasant caller Wcdnesdiy. day ol heart trouble He was a young Call on C. L Field Lr cheap bugman of much worth and will be greatWo sell goods cheaper than the gies and harness. ly missed in his locality. Cahsov & Co. cheapest. If you wnut your horse to have n Messrs. C. L. Field, II. P. Taylor, We have the biggest stock in town good feed, call 011 C I Field. B. D. Ringo, J. W. Ford.E P. Thorn-a& Co select from. to Cakson J. F. Carson and Jno. T. Moore Beloved, whnt honest clothing jou Miss Maggie Stevens who has had nttended the Immigration Convencan buy, nt Fair Bros. & Co's. n severe spell of typhoid fever is imtion in Louisville this week. proving. A good loot rule buy your boots Mr. J. J. Mclntyre, McHcnry, one Mr. R.H. Stewart.of Barnett's Creek and shoes at Fair Bros. & Co's. of the oldest citizens of the county Dam to educate has moved to Beaver A dollar taken to Fair Bros & Co's has never failed to vote at any election his children. has a wonderful providing power. since his majority and has voted for Shoes that do not pinch the feet no less than sixteen Presidents. Mr. W. D. Luce is erecting a nice house lor Mr. J. P. Thompson on his or pocket book, at Fair Bros. & Co's. We call especial attention to the adfarm near town. Marriage license since our last re- vertisement ofD'Ancona & Co., ol Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Coleaian aul port: R. II. Givcns to Beatrice Mor- Chiago, who are represented here by Mrs. J. P Sandcrfur returned from ris. the popular firm of farson &Co. If Whitcsville Monday. you want n good fit leave your order Don't buy a dollar's worth of boots If you have a small amount of and shoes nntil you see Fair Bros. & with them. A splendid revival is going on nt money to spend do it now while Fair Co. Pond Run, under the management of Bros. & Co. are offering Mich tremen-dcou- s Mrs. Rowan Holbrook is visiting Rev.L. W. Tichenor.nssisted by Revs. bargains in their line. her father, Rev. J. W. Taylor, of D. J. K. Maddox and A. B. Smith Mr. Jo Foster and little daughter, Rosine, Much good is beitig done for the lidua.Kinderhook, whohavelud such Mrs J. S. R. Wedding, who has cause of Christ. severe case3 of typhoid lever nrc imbeen quite sick for several days, is Mr. Rhea Armstrong, the popular proving. improving. young traveling salesman for W. B. Mr. R. A. Anderson, who has been Born, to the wife ol R. P. Miller, Belknap & Co., Louisville, was suffering from a severe bone felon and Owensboro, one day last week, a in town the first ol the week. Mr. during the war.is but of n hurt recieved fine girl, Armstrong has many friends here who little improved. A fine line of ladies, Misses and are always glad to see him. Mr. Dick Duskill, Ceratvo, one of t children's collars, at hard times prices, On the 3rd day of November FosOhio county's best Republicans.nnd at Fair Bros. & Co's. ter's cash store will sell 18 pounds of good workman is plaster-n- g an pounds 4 Born, to the wife- - of Walker Park, white sugar for $1.00. Mr. J, E. Fogle's new house. the 22 iust., a 7 pound boy. Dr. best green coffee for $1.00. Best fire A littic daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cottrell officiating in making a happy proof oil at iscts, per gallon. Whole stock boots for $1 75, and ever thing Jo C. Bennett, near Point Pleasant, papa. died Wednesday of scarlet fever and else in proportion. Mr. J. W. Ford's dwelling house was buiied yesterday in the home Contracts were let this week for caught fire yesterday morning, but burying ground. the fire was soon extinguished, with lumber for two newchurchcs,onc to be built at Beaver Dam, and one at VicThis office hib just completed the but littic damage. tory, by the M.E.Church.Polter&Con-di- t Green River Valley Minutes of the A hot day or a cool day is all one will saw the lumber for the Victo- Association, of colored Baptists of to those who arc provided with propjy church and Taylor & Co. will fur Kentucky, held at Utlca Ky on July Full lines for nish lumber for er weight underwear. the BcaverDam peo12, i3, 14, and 1894. ol our climate at Fair Bros & Co. ple. Rev. J, B, Ferryman is pastor of When Mammawasa Little Girl, was Mr. Dill Kspy, an old an honored There is a good deal oi town talk both churches, and was instrumental recited by Bessie Smith in her own citizen of McIIenry, died Sunday and about-Fai- r Bros. & Co. and with out in having these churches erected. quiet way and pleasing manner and was buried Monday. He was an old just cause, too. Have you heard the Forest fires are doing much dam was highly appreciated. soldier.ngood man and will be greatly offers they are making on boots & nnd SurAttractive School-rooage in various parts of the county. In missed from his sphere of usefulness. shoes. the Washington neighborhood, a lew roundings, by Miss Sophia Davidson, The Members of the Alpha BapThe voters ot Fordsville should not miles north of town, Mr. Graves fired who would have every thing neat tist Church, Colored, will observe fail to beer Hon. E. T. Pranks to- - a log heap last Saturday and the fire and flowers to decorate the room il Thanksgiving Day at their Church morrow night. Mr. Franks was elec- spread rapidly, doing great damage possible. in Haytt. A special program has , tjr hfa D,8trJct ,n ,ga nnd .H( nmny to young timber and burning the A. P. Thomas made an interesting been arranged nnd both a profitable friends are glad to have an opportuni ventilation. fencing around several farms, and in talk on school-housty ol meeting htm again. and pleasant time is anticipated. Miss Verna Stevens' recitation, some instances it has taken tliounited Rev. S. F, Fowler, ol the Christian effort of the whole neighborhood to . "Now," wasquiten treat to the As Hon. E. T. Franks of Owensboro, will address the voters of Fordsville Church, closed a scries of sermons nt keep it from burning outbuildings sociation. night, Oct. the Methodist Church last Sunday nnd dwellings. Farmers have been t Mr. J. L. Rogers discussed Mechannnd vicinity were good compelled to gather their corn, the ical Devices in an intelligent and o'clock. Mr.Pranks is oneof night. His sermons 27th at 7 throughout, and our people were fence being burned away leaving it interesting manner, then Miss Sophia Daviess county rising young lawyers, The fire is stilt raging Davidson made some excellent points well pleased with him and will al- unprotected. n staunch Republican and a good ways cherish a fond remembrance for and there is no telling what; the reJ on The Daily Program. and the people of Fordsville Miss Opal Hunley recited "Which suit will be. him and his excellent preaching. ."Vl-t- o hear him. s, d - Miss Ora Harnett, No Creek, ft. T. Cary, of O.veusbaro. is in town. An infant daughter of Mr. Jo. C. Bennett, Point Pleasant, died of scarThe fever let lever Tuesday night is raging in that part of the county. Revs. Fowler nnd Teel gave us some splendid lectures last week and presented to us many valuable lessons in a simple, practical manner. Among the visitors during the last week we mention Misses Verda Duke, Carrie Wotrner, Ella Cox, Mary Cox, Pearl Jopl in, Mrs.S. K. Cox, Mrs. Matthews, Mr. Jo. B. 'olirl .nfc. Rogers and others. The Fiscal Court commenced Mon- Miss Mattie Bennett, who has been day moining with the following jus- - absent on account of sickness, is tices of the peace present: R. T. again iu Fchool. Render. W. P. Ellis, J. A. Boiling, The R. E. C. and O. L. C. Literary I J. W. Tuuitr.Jos. McKinley, W. P. Societies have united under the name Bennett, C. L. Woodward, S. L. Fulol the "Ilypatian" socitty and ore kerson, G. W. Martin, W. M. Awtry, doing some fine work in literary cirthrive on Scott's Emulsion when nil the rest of their food II, F. Myers, nud S. T. Stevens. In cles. seems to go .to waste Thin Babies nnd Weak Children grow the nbsence of Judge Morton, Esq. R. strong, plump and healthy by taking it. T. Render was chosen presiding offiKINOtniUIIOK. cer nud iu the absence of County AtMrs. Lyda Baird and two children, torney Felix, B. L. Kclley was choswho have been visiting the family of en to act in his stead. S. L. Baird for the pist week, returnThe court has now been in session ed to their home at Spring Lick four dajs and n gicat deal ol business Saturday. She was accompanied by overcomes inherited weakness nnd all tho tendencies toward has been attended to and there is yet her sister-in-laEmacintioifor Consumption. Thin, weak babies and' growing Mis i Minnie Baird, a considerable amount to go over. who contemplates spending a month children nud nil persons sulTeriug from Loss of Flesh, "Weak The usual claims for the thousand there visiting friends. Lungs, Chronic Coughs, nnd Wasting Diseases will recoivo and one tilings the county must settle untold benefits from this great nourishment. Tho formula Claud Hays. Whitcsville, has mafor have been presented and allowed. for making Scott's Emulsion has been endorsed by tho medtriculated as n pupil in Alexander Oidercd that one half cost of Little school. ical world for twenty jtars. No sccrofc about it. Bend Bridge be paid to Capt. Smith, St ml for pamphlet in Aott't Emulsion. FfiE. Mr. Will Spurrier and family have Coii'tnisrioner of Butler county. &- - Bowno, N. Y. All Druggists. 50 oenta and SI. Scott to theirhomeat Whitesville, Mr. Winslow, of the Iron Bridge returned after a week's visit here among friends Company, who holds the county's 3? and relatives. indebtedness for half the cost of the B. S.Ellis. Daviess Co., spent Sun-da- y Barrretts Ferry bridge, visited the in Kindcrhook, the guest of his Court Tuesday and perfected arrangements for the payment of 1,650, due parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Ellis. G. W. Neel and son, Tom, Whitcshis company. Settlement of Sheriff Stevens was ville, spent last week here, the guests OPPOSITE TEXAS DEPOT. BEST FARE. filed nnd ordered to record, showing of R. A. Anderson and family. $18,691.81 due the county. Miss Sudie M. Anderson has reSome of the propositions elicited turned home from Centertown after a lively, but good natured discussions. week's visit there among friends. NO LIQUORS SOLD. NO INEBRIATES KEPT. THE PATRONThe members of the court have A. M. mid J. A. Barnctt made a AGE OF ALL GOOD PEOPLE SOLICITED. had a pleasant week and will finish business trip to Owensboro Mouday their work this evening or returniug Tuesday. Jo Foster and little daughter Edna, have typhoid fever Miss Viola Lake, Cromwell Itrpubllrnn. The Republicans of Cromwell pre- also has typhoid fever. Mrs. Ada Barnes, who has been cinct me earnestly requested to meet at Cooper Schoolhouse, No. 25, on confined to her bed for quite a while, night for the purpose of is improving. R. A. Anierson is confine J to his organizing nud the transaction of other important business. Let every room suffering from injuries received during the war, Republican turn out. On last Saturday nnrnina pirty S. L. Stkvkns, Committeeman. of young folks Irom Hartlord went The Cromwell Trnrhrr Auoclntlun grape hunting. They chanced to piss Met nt Union, October 20, 1894. 'The near your humble scribe's home and house was called to order by Superinyou could have easily heard them tendent Shultz. The exercises were hailooing opened with music Irom Prof. Thom- back to town from the loud Some few they were making. as' school. what in engaged delighted were also Little Miss Novie-Tuylo- r making CEELS a recitation, sub- we termed to be fun the audience with Hartford folks, you should be careful ject, "I am such a little tot." The Teacher as Governor, was very who you make fun of, and always ably discussed by A. P. Thomas and think you are not kno.vn, where you LEAVE YOUR MEASURE We will say to you be careful of J. L. Rogers, then Miss Annie Blank-cushi- p are. light. came forward iu her usual whom you make I f" I wish to say to this crowd, more manner nnd delivered pleasant especially the young lady in charge," "Aunt Nancy's Romance." enlightened country Condition of Easy Control, by Miss that we live inan would have you know that ea:h and Miss Lydia MarSiddie Davidson civilized citizen. tin. Miss Martin thinks that theconfi and everyone is a Daisy Dkanis. patrons is highly necessary. dencc Babies and Children Scott's Emulsion 1 t frane5 o Owensboro, Kentucky. SL S. STAHL, Prot)'r. letMeGive uu a bst I 3 ointer iWell Dressed &J5LESSED' h DOUBff it mo 1 Awarded rllghMt Honors World's Fair. DHL CARSON QUAKER CITY AIl(rro I rOT - G AR M ENTS WITH DWnconas&i vell Fitting aadeto order & CO. i '4 .- n . CREAM BAKING POWDER Sample w I j Utllme. t. .f All , I adlltun. BAKING PWDftt MOST PERFECT MADE. pure Grapa Creim of TarUr Powder. Free rom Ammonia, Alumoranyothwsdulterant. 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. iiL v for k. n. tord; iiJjDY ron MLK. unh . -- IB vakii UMeora eo., : 1 MHMaH 7.. T IM II Ji nT l WH" 1 'Mba.a.. kjjl III W i" T" t A I ggysBirtfepii FallurothcwwIllnoTcrbo! , , ' ..... .... . Mn.MKnBll AUolutcljrpuitanduAofeMnu, j With tea pennies gtt a nn pie n l II It b flton-M- t trial's lt gaf. 1 KonuccuM will low (Omltl OI your Qrocermn- (ProO.) (Orai .... .... .... ... I ..n.l l..k b.A Ctahni upUco above the rrsU Ho r djr; your rcnnlM will ro pay TboM who use ... m ifn .i 4 inm dtofca- - ifeja lS32FS,i !JS4Saafcu.; .fr TUt'JS JTU fcifSi ( TV.fSv Hartford Republican f I Friday, Octomjii TARRH A aG, 1894. CA- SYMPTOMS OF CHRONIC HmcHImmI liy Hip Urrntr-K- t lr. Ilnrlmnii, niicol AuHiorlllmniKl nil Writer I'ntnrrli. N The symptoms of chronic catarrh very according to the stage and exact location of the disease. Thcfirststage of catarrh of the nose and head produces discharge from the nose, sneez-inpain in the eyes and forehead, y weak, and sometimes watery In the of memory. loss last stage the discharge ceases, and dry, oflensivc scabs form in the nose; polypi growth sometimes form in one or both nostrils, and the pain in the head and eyes is much less. Unless homething is done to prevent, the catarrh will follow the mucous membrane into the lungs, where it will be followed by cough, night sweats, rapid loss of flesh, and the other dread symptoms of consumption. is n specific for every case of catarrh, whether the disease is located in the lungs, kidneys, or stoma should be a ach. The dose ot large tablespoonful before each meal and at bedtime. Women and some delicate men should begin with a teaspoonful, and slowly and gradually increase to the above full dose. VtCn Looks on chronic catarrh, la- grippe, coughs, colds and consump tion are being sent to any address by g eycs.oc-casionalla i P.rit.tin Tlrllt ArnnnfrtrHiritiir y?ny of Columbus, Ohio, Jf Clara L. Ball, daughter of Henry B. and Jennie Ball, who departed this life September the 1st, '94; aged 19 years and 13 days. Another happy home has been made sad and lonely by the death of one of its loveliest members. Clara was lovely to us, not only because of her smiling face and naturally sweet disposition, but was expressed in every feature and action of this young and modest girl. While just in the bloom of youth, that much dreaded disease, consum-piton, laid hold of her delicate frame, and after several months of suffering, in spite of all that friends could do, we had to bid Clara farewell and close her once sparkling eyes in death, but let us not murmur at the workings of Providence. We know that God is just, the cloud that overshadows may have a silver lining. The community has lostan ornament, fond parents an affectionate child, her school teacher and associates a favorite, but we believe Heaven has gained an angel. Funeral services vere held at Equality church conducted by Rev. R. D. Bennett after which the remains were laid to rest in the cemetery near by to await the resurrection morn. Dear parents, brothers and sisters cheer up she is not dead but sleepeth. Annih. In .Mrnory When I think of hiswarfarc in the How great rebclion for the Union. often after n forced march or a fierce battle, when the cold bleak winter winds were howling round that he, with his comrades, had to spend the nights, upon the cold mud or in the Again when I think rain or snow. of his christian warfare, through all his joys to sorrows in this life, and how he, to the end, held out for God and the right. But how different the rest he is now enjoying to the rest But he has fought of other times. and won his last battle, for God has said, "Come unto.me all that are weary and nrc heavy laden and I A rest which will give you rest," none but God can give. How often I think of the true type of christian life, of his true christian character. Dear brothers and sisters although we will miss the face and voice which we will never sec or hear on earth again, we gill never forget Let his life among us as a lather. us follow hts example and keep ourselves unspotted from the world. Disappointment may sadden us, grief may bereave us, but there is nothing but "sin" in the universe of God that can ruin, parali.e, debauch and damn the soul of man. Let us shun nil apThough we will pearance of evil. Though feel the loss of our father. will feel the loss our mother of her companion, who was her shield and her comforter in time or trouble, yet feel that all our loss there was one bright ray passed through the pearly gates that stand ajar for all at the end of that narrow path that leads to that hope of eternal bliss and only by glory and is illuminated God's love. Let us then tread that path that will lead us "To him who has departed this life, To try the realities of that far unknown; That we may meet with him WhereGod will claim us as his own. ' Hicks. Ktnlucky. Insiirniirc Drpiirlmrnt of Erakkkort, Ky October 16, '94. The attention of the people of the State is hereby respectfully called to the fact that the fire insurance comC. M. Of School District No. S, for the School month ending September 2S, 1894. Itriiort J I Pearl Daniel 98, Belle Patton oS, Lena Austin 98, Nannie Stevens 92, Josie Black 98, Herman Black 97, Ikie Travis 97, Elwood Lee 90, Minnie Richardson 98, Bertha Tatum 97, Willie Boswell 96, Herbert Patton 94, Viola Reddish 90, Ira Travis 96, Jimmie Daniel 85, Clayton Wallace 97, Willie Daniel 85, Ermie Wallace 94, Charlie Lee 95, Maggie Daniel 94, Henry Travis 94, Laura May 93, Clarence Richardson 94, Fred Patton 94, John Daniel 90, Zelmer Daniel 85, Btuden Lee 90, Mary Patton 93, Roy Daniel 96, Davie Rock 95, Lucy Rock 96, Buich Austin 94, Ellis Austin 93, Lelia Daniel 98, Prudie May 95, Reuben Howard 85, Lawrence Howard 96, Josie Travis 96. Mhs. J.-Wedding, Teacher, A. h ! If The announcement of B, L. D. Guf-fcandidate for Appellate Judge, will be lound'elsevhere in this issue. Judge GufTy belongs to no ring or clique. He is recognized as the peer ot any lawyer at the Kentucky bar, and was nominated upon his merits. He is withal a christian gentleman above the petty things necessary to the success of the average Men who cast their votes ror Judge Guffy will have supported a man worthy their confidence and esteem, officially, politically and soFarmers ct Labors Journal. cially. y, office-seeker- - - m II l! ir i . I ft Of No Creek school for mouth end12, '94: Belia McCormick 98, Beulah Barnett 98, Oran Wallace 97, Alice King 96, Stella Ward 96, little McCormick 96, Pearl Ferryman 96, Carrie Baird 96, Lydie Ward 95, Robert Carson 94, Eulah Bennett 95, Wayne Woodward 95, Charlie Perry-ma- n 91, Carry Shown 91, Lydie Coffee 90, John Chamberlain 87, Willie Chamberlain 79, Mabel Ferryman 76, Lida Baird 91, Tom King 91, Osiuand Ferryman 89, Luia Stevens 91, Arch Foster 85, Charlie Foster 89, Ola 92, Uessie Martiii 93, Jim Shown 85, Alma Baiid 91 Ettie Ward 78, Nat Word Ward 90, Lourajohn-ho- n 85, Edward Johnson 90, Carry Wallace 89, Verna Woodward 72, Les Bcird 73, Ernest Bennett 95, Elmo Williams, Teacher. llf'iort m ing Oct. panies whose nanes are given below, which this department is advised are doing, or have sought to do business in Kentucky through correspondence from the home office or otherwise, are not authorized, by law to do business in this State, and the people are cautioned against placing their insurance with these companies, viz: Cincinnatti Insurance Company, Cincinnatti, O; Empire State Loyds, New York City; Equitable Fire Loyds, New York City; Farmersantl Mechanics' Insurance Company, Alexandria, Company, Va.j Home Insurance Tennesee; Loyds of New York Pity, New York; Madison Insurance Com-yanMadison, Ind; Manufacturers' Loyds, New York City, New York; Company, Insurance Merchants' Hammond, Ind; Merchants' Fire Loyds, New Yoik City; Millers' National Insurance Company, Chicago, Ills; Millers Mutual Fire Insurance Association, Alton, Ills; Mountain State Fire Insurance Company, Wheeling, Va, National Fire Insurance Company, Fredricksburg, Va; New York Central Loyds, New York City; Norfolk Fire and Marine Insurance Company, Norfolk, Va; North Carolina State Insurance Company, Ashville, N. C; Old Dominion Insurance Company, Portsmouth, Va; Philadelphia Fire Loyds, Philadelphia, Pa; Planters' Insurance Company, Alexandria, Va; Provident Insurance Company, Richmond, Va; South and North American Loyds, New York City; United Underwriters (Loyds,) New York City; Washington Insurance Company, Hammond, Ind. A majority of the companies named are strictly of the "wild cat" variety, and are wholly irresponsible. None of them being authorized to transact business in the State, they have no lawful agent or attorney in the State upon whom services of piocess could be had in case of a suit oa a resisted loss, which would make it necessary that suit be brought in the State in which the company is located. This would place the claimant at a great disadvantage, and would give the company a club which could be relied on to most effectually use in a compromise at a heavy loss to the claimant. The Commissioner would be glad to be informed of any person representing in this State any of the companies named, so that he may take the necessary steps to have the person nrrtstd and prosecuted. II. F. Euncan, Com. y, Ed-wsr- mm c "Fnllii-r lu v .r I The'morning was dark and gloomy and I was applying my brushes with their difletent colors to a beautiful little cottage, when the words "your father is dead" came to my ears and brought a feeling of disappointment and bereavement, which nettled o'er Alter learning that me like a pall. my father was to be buried near I caught my horse and started for While oa my way my funeral. the mind wandered back to the time we have knelt around tbc family altar, lie-da, IXiul." Dentil ,ribney Unlnc. Though the messenger of death has visited us often in the last two months to gather home his harvest of ripe old age, yet no member of this gathering was more regretted than the venerable gentleman whose death is here recorded. Capt. Dabney gaines was born on the 19th of February, 1813, at or near Glasgow, Barren county, Ky., and was a relative of the historic Gaines family of military lame. In early life he learned the Tailor's trade and volunteers many of the Kentucky who served in the Mexican war wore uniforms made at his establishment nt Paris, Bourbon county. About this time he was elected a Captain of Dragoons, Kentucky State Light Guards. Mnich 13, 1843 he married Miss Ann K. Yates, niece of Lieutenant Reuben C. Yates.an officer in the war of 1812. He was the fattier of four childicn, three of whom survive him one son and two daughters. His son, W, S. Gaines, is President of the Gaines Coal Company, of Fordsvillc. One of his daughters is the wife of for Mr, E. R. Murrell, Book-keepBuckner & Co., Real Kstate Agento, Dr. Owi'imliorn This book seems to be the latest liter-ra- y HK)tlnTllli' sensation. It has been read and U. Ilfnilcrixin discussed in pocinl circle. What No. At, Nil M, extraordinary merit there is in it we 'means so much more than'i LMi'jr EAST 110IJM). Dully. I.T. Ilf niloron 7:15 a.m. 3; Up. m have been unable to decide. It has 'you imagine serious and' Ayer's Gherry Pectoral. 7:37 8ioIItIIIp . m, 3 37 p.m. been taken up by society nnd unsus'fatal diseases result from' 8:27 n. m. 4.21 p. in, OneuiWo ob' triiUncr ailments neelectcd. pecting public. It will sink into LfHliport d.in a, in. 6 (A p. in BEST EMERGENCY MEDICINE THE . . .? . 9.33 k. m. &:'IOp.ui scurity equally as suddenly. The Don t play wttlKiNature s ron tup. cunr. of lo.nl d. in, 8:67 p. m Clomport old saying that a "Rose by any other Bt'plirntpflr: Croup, Whooping Cough, t Iti.Sfl , in. (lilt p. m. rrreatest put health. name would smell as sweet," will 11:02 n, m, 7.03 p. m, lMliiRton lf)nurefetllliK LaGrippo, Colds, 11iW n. in. 7.11 p. m llnniilrnliiirn not ltotd good, in the case of this book. out of unttt, ucak , 9 VPfk WVrt Point . I01"' grncnlly Coughs, Bronchitis, It M p. ia, f M p. mi, Give it nny other name and the book 1:W p, in, i M p, in. i nrnftwri j" liauilcil, nrivoun, , Hoarsonoss, Loss of Volco, At, I.ouIjvIIIo. uaiv iiu apprinc would not attract even a passing nouiul can't otk,t AND THE VA1UOU.1 Tnln No. M ami 3o. n2 nmke emulation lc;lii lit tice. It is prominent by reason of its Irvlngtnii (Siiiiilnjr rtrrplnl) Willi (mint on t.oulc MC MrcliRlticmiiij Throat and Lung Troubles tlllo, llur tlii'l'iir X Wotrrn I!. II,, cm! nnil name. The verse which is taken bythe iiiciHclnt.wlilihU, it bounil. Wr lunhrr Information, iMr f t. Threatening Iwrjr Eocielold, Kiowir Iron author as the foundation of the work . . A few tioi. . II. (!, MOltliUK, dm. IVr Xu'l. is better than the context. One thing fH Promptto not, suroto euro tin I oiiIkviII. Ky rnmca from thu . however may be said in favor of cty drt iUtt-- il jr.ua jvnr , m' ""PENNYROYAL PILL-the book. The churches of Uerwar-dinIttlk, ami II 'i plcaiaut lu Ukc. the herosism is very beautiful. Dr. Porry'sRoltablo uro the cnleU and hi'd regulator for Indire; And from her quiet uselul life some Park Obesity Pills will reduce your nothing unpleasant, and nlways ollco lesson of valae may be drawn. from 12 tnul. Advice free. 1'nckngfi 81 anil Dyapep.tla, Kidney and t.lver as she goes from the" bedside weight 1'KRMANENTIiY to 15 pounds 11 month. NO Starving $2 direct Tiik Caton Co., Neuralgia, Troubles, of the sick and suffering, whom she sickness ot injury; NO Publicity. 1 Constipation, Bail Mood Driipgiftc, JloMon, Mats. ly cheered nnd comforted by her words They build up tho health and beautiMalaria, Nervous oilmen aHRNWaVMMMtaMafaMvMMH nnd presence is nplcturcol the gentle fy tho complexion leaving noWKlNK J, I. 'lUIMI, IT, N. Women's complaints S self sacrificing christian woman. LES m liabilities. STOUT A only lite crlmlnelt hit crosjil rrt if Hutuon Hit twaijixr. Allrihci lie tub and ditlicult breathing purely This character is well portrayed by IJlf ft, rn,t at Iwnar .lainn, ua I silirti I'ulll trm! art ( Iff! Ilrnutlful World' f the author. Otheiwise the work is relieved. NO EXPERIMENT but - rmr yiiwi mill nooKnct. A a scientific and positivu relict, adopted f tWOWII CHEMICAL CO. U4L7IM01E. MO, 'i,' I- devoid of special interest X All only niter years ot expiuicnce. II SwiSBT Maiui:. This popular little orders supplied direct imm our ofsong, like "alter the Ball," "Mag- fice. Prico 82.01) per packngo or ACTORS gie Murphy's Home" and "If you three piicknires for $5.00 by mail postpaid. Testimonials and particuLove me Darling," has had its day. Careful Kstimatcs made on nil Car2 go- The scene must change rapidly and lars (scaled) cents. pentering and lluilding. Terms reaA t the Flood Doctor Dlfftr. confiAll correspondence strictly constantly else the votaries of fashsonable. Hartford, Ky. Supbs, in Das Antlltz dcr Erdc, ionable life thinks life is burdensome. dential. PARK REMEDY CO., and Neumaycr, in Erdesgc3chlchte, There is an abnormal desire for pleasBoston, Muss. have attempted to show that tbo COTWO SEPARATE SCHOOLS UNDER ONC MANAGEMENT.'- Mosaic account ot the deluge was ure in high life, but it cannot euduie BOWLING GREEN SOUTHERN fif1 Here when n song is WHEN TOU GO TO QWENSBORO f ff copied with little chango from an monotony. n taken up by society it is "all the original Assyrian version and that it CAM. UN 1 yene was a local flood which took place in rage" for a while. Nothing is CBTADLISMCO plains of tho Tigris and Eu- heard but it. 1076 tho Soon, however, somephrates, not in tho valley of tho thing new is demanded; it is found GREEK BUSINESS BOWLING COLLEGE.; I SOUTH GRN NORMAL SCHOOL. Jordan. In a recent number of and then all others are forgotten For the finettand foi ArtUiie Work, I'msHh, Ttwhtrs', Scientific. ni CIimIc Thaffrcat HuslrtTrInIngSltonloltheSouth. Hook Keeping, 'lelcgrephy, Natur Wochonschrlft, however, The air of "Sweet Marie)' is rather any the or style. Frednxm Si. , i'taxm Writins. ml i'tnnunthip l'uplli can enttr alitor I ow Music tfAit, and lilocutlon prmldcd board and tuition, Swul lor rate catalogue. catalogue Richard Ilcnniff tries to prove that fim37 anytime. Send lor datlMd. Address pathetic; the sentiment of the song 3rd and Wi. CUCUKT HR0S., PTop'rt. Rowling Oron, Ky. Couiia a general flood took place in tho ico if better than that expressed in the oge during tho quaternary period. , I song of the day. It is particular " ' adapted to the sentimental age of OAPTUflKD A PORCUPINE. the people. For instance: Tonic Vitalissr "When I hold your hand in mine A Tenneee Farmer Obtains an Odd Sweet Mane, j) Subject far Exhibition. TO Slitt THIS A feeling most devine QUICKLY CURES Jack Landsdow, of District fifteen,; Conies to me." Dyer county, Tonn., has struck a;' Debility en'l Er and again: piece of unprecedented good luck.i. e!: I Spisil E:hu:ii:a. "Kvery daisy in the dell, Early one mornlnpc ho picked up a. t'unililptrly, Pcrlrnly unit IV inn. knows it well; . Knows my secret wood- hatchet and started out to the And yet I dare not tell, iirntl)- - ItrJinriuilliiK Hip Vltnl L'nrf pllo to cut some kindling for his! n llli-InrrriKlni; rriiiiu I'lincr, Sweet Marie." wife. As ho stepped from then Imk the A 111I1I I Ion of V Ah Ih mill tin- J The best sentiment of the song, is kitchen ho was considerably aur-- ! COURAGE OF MANHOOD; l)nlr-lili'rnrrtiilril, l.rslnrliic t prised to seo a large hemlock porcu-- j in the chorus. It says: KxliiuiHlril, Hot I In II cil. or O lent r liplno climbing a tree about ten feet "Come to me Sweet Marie, ed .Mm unit IVoiiH'ii from the door. Sweet Marie come to me. Perfect Constitutional Powers. Not because your face is fair, Jack had often heard If a porcuLove to see Its cxtraordiary curatine power pine's tall is cut ol? vrhllo the animal, manifests itself almost immediately it is in tbo act of climbing It will stopi "But your soul so pure and sweet, is taken. On this point the evidence and either refuso to climb higher or Makes my happiness complete; of those who have taken it is unilorni descend. As the prickly little ani-- !' Makes me falter ut your feet, and positive. They jay they can feel from! ' rnal was only about four feet Sweet Marie." the effect ol every dose doing them the ground Jack had no trouble in1 "Sweet Marie"has been heard long good. It is a powerful nerve invigti m rain r r AWvt oywuK.uK,u, n rl nnrl HtvVi -- nun., n.iU r miTlv ;.. tn,,u; ,:,! orating tonic, imparting its restorative influence through the medium of blow of tho hatchet severing the tall be rfPla6ed hy something new, which the nrrvous system to every oigan j of the porcupine In twain. . Sure enough the animal ceased Its' mnl1 Probabilities will not be so and tissue iu the body, it makesbut little dilTerence whether the constituascent and remained In the same Kocx'- tional vigor has been undermined by position. A porcupine Is rarely seen, Mu.McKiNi.nv. The President of acute disease, overwork, or certain of in that section of country, and was' the United State or even a crowned mischievous indiscretions; or wheththereforo quite a curiosity to Ten-- ; hcad of Kurope wouM not meet with er the broken down condition iscalled nesseeans. Jacks neighbors soooj Umt grcat enthusfasni wlJch ha9 by one name or other, so long as there is nervous exhaustion, general Mlt.Tnd.clVnuIdMnnrPiunni been Breeti"S Mr. McKinley in his or local weakness so long as enervaJTo will savo you MONKY by IJhviiij; from HIM. Will why he should not make somo money recent tour through the United tion and debility arc the tyc of the . . . ..ne reniemnertu Hint ailment, this is the remedy, hell yon a Hugpy, ILirncw, Lap lJiisteranil Wliiji from ((50.00 out of tho th nir. rui lin nlaryvl & oiaies. n must twelve-foot- , peep-tigh- t TH03E WHO SUFFER board fenco' while Mr. McKinley is Govenor of up to SsTS.OO. The Davis Carriage Company lina tho rcputn-tin- n from the results of or around it and charged ten cents ad- - Ohio and has been n representative mission. Ho made several dollars w j in Congress that these honors are no physical exertion, hardship, exposure, of building the heit Duggy for tliomnno.y of uuy Factory day with hia prlza. more than have been bestowed on hidden drains, caprice, or who have ' brought upon themselves a series ot in Cincinnati. , Tho animal becamo accustomed to thousands oi American citizens, u afflictions by ignorantly or wilfully the spectators and would readily is not, therefore, the homage paid to violating nature's laws, will find in eat and drink from Its master's high official station or the courtesy Caton's V1TAMZEK ani Xkrvk Tonhand. Landsdow said ho would cut that prompt the remedy for their certain relief. thousands to get peep ic speedily off a section of tho tree with the por-- j I remov.es all evidences of It cunlnn on It and carrv thn nnlmnl at royalty, that causes the multi- - progressive physical deterioration, around and exhibit it but for tho, tuiles to see and llMr Gov. McKin-fa- and restores the enfeebled energies to it Is a valuable shade tree, and, ley. It is from other motives entire- - their natural vigor. tho porcuplno might not be able to. ly that he is tendered the magnifiWHENEVER THERE IS hold on long enough. cent orations that meet him every- any weakness of the vital organs.uer-vousnesprostration of the physical where. It is because he is Signaling at Sea. recognized'as the living exponent or mental encrgies.confusion of ideas, AND- lack of self-coliuence, irritability of Tho British government Is testing of the American and Republican doc- temper, melancholy, cowardice, weaka new plan for signaling at sea. It trine of Protection to Americans and ness of the knees and back, palpitaconsists merely of an ordinary gong their interests. Nothing can be said tion of the Heart, dragging pain in fastened to tho bow of tho ship be- or done to show more clearly that the loins, headache, irritation of the kidneys and bladder, milky urine, low tho water line. This acts as a Protection is dear to the hearts of J the pernicious and hidden wastes, result. r J ry "' " nnd tho receivers are transmitter, ' wg in a failure people than the unbounded honors of the mental nnd gongs of exactly similar tono nnd physical powers, constituting an imrate of vibration, ono on each side which are being heeped daily upon pediment to success andunfittiiig him of tho ship below tho water line. the author of the McKinley Protective or Her for the duties and responsibilHow striking the con- ities of life, it is the remedy for exTho receiving gong will take up and Tariff Bill. rcproduco tho sound of the sending trast between the reception of Mr. cellence. A single package will be sufficient gong from n longdistance Signals McKinley and Mr. Wilson. Mr. Mcim id ready have been clearly transmitKinley receives the plaudits of his to inaugurate the work of regeneration, and cure ted ten mlleSj own fellow countrymen, while Mr. stobborn cases in many cases. But often require more. It Wilson is toasted, wined and dined will be sent, postpaid, secured from Patsengers' Rights. bythe Royalty oflvngland, which observation, for Si per package, or 6 Recently a decision regarding tho has ever been, nnd is the packages for $$ Address all orders to rights of passengers in sleeping cars deadly enemy of American prosperiOATON MED. CO., Hurtford, Kentucky was handed down by tho court of Boston, Mass. general term in tho Fifth depart- ty, nnd this is going to tell tuightly ment of New York which further de- in the coming elections. The people fines tho rights of passengers. Courts will not endorse a party that legisin New York and other states have lates in the interest, of Great Britian. i' held that tho sleeping car company It was a bad day for Democracy when was responsible for tho loss of Mr. Wilson set his foot on English monev or other property stolon soil. Republican orators and Renub- I . nlittn 4lis nnuennrtnita Ttrtir nctnrn .... iuU "t lican literature cannot do as much for wuru uiii huiii. uii iiuiiu iu poriurs guard tho property of tho sleepers. Republican interests as tiiat English In tho caso just decided tho passen- banquet given to Mr. Wilson has If Republican orators and ger, a woman, lost a sum of money done. which sho had in n small satchel. It statemen should cease to speak and was apparent from her testimony, if Republican literature were destroyand from that of tho porter, that sho ed, giving the Democratic party all must have lost tho purso while sho the rope it desired, it would soon was In the dressing room at ono end hang itself by the neck until it was of tho car. Tho general term judges dead, dead! It will do this anyhow decided that It was essential for tho plaintiff to show that tho money nnd may the Lord have mercy on its was taken from tho berth while sho son; if it hasn soul, RoniN Hood. nnd her husband wero sleeping. Tho probabilities, 'however, of tho ll You .Icetl MiiirT caso wero against that theory, and Wo lmvo with ua for a short time if sho lost tho purse, or it was stolen R.L.Endsit Co., representing tho firm from her In tho dressing room, tho' of Itaud, McNally & Co , publisher company would not bo liable, for the of tho fatuous houeo and office only negligence complained of was that tho company had failed to main- maps. Every farmer, merchant, lawtain a constant watchfulness oyer yer and doctor should lmvo this use-f- al tho Interior' of tho car while tho acquisition in his homo. ' Theee Wo are manufacturers of Buggies, Carts Stirries and Carriages, and deal directly with passengers wero sleeping, Tho dis- young men live in our own State and consumer, thus sa ving him the per cent, usually paid to middle men. Cur pjices aje reas the tinction between tho loss of prop- como highly recommended, Tliey erty from tho berth or In tho Respectfully, enable, and we guarantee satisfaction. dressing room Is slight, but was suf- will ,tako great pleasure in showing you tho work in your hornet) with ficient to lead tbo judges to refuso to M'-t prices too low to mention. allow a verdict. Louisville, Ky., and the other is the wife of John W. Hale, the Jeweler at Fordsvillc. In the year 1853 he joined the Christian Church, nnd nt the time of his death he was a member of this church at Fordsvillc He participated in the obsequies of Henry Clay at Ashland. Captain Gaines was a Royal Arch Mason, but for many years he has demitted as such. He was n man widely known for his hospitality nnd christian acts. He was engaged lu public business of some kind until about five years ngo, when ltp retired from active business pursuits and took a deep interest in his church affairs. He was an ardent Republican and spoke with pride of having voted lor both, W. II. Harrison nnd his grandson, Benjamin, for President. He was successful both times. He died of flux nt 6 o'clock a. 111,, Sunday AugUht 12th, 1894, aged 81 years, fire months and twenty days. On the morning of the 13th, after services at his church, the Masonic Fraternity laid him to rest in the Fordsville Cemetery by the side of his wife, who preceded him on SepFonnns, tember 26th, 1877. mi When a doctor considers it necessary to prescribe sarsaparilla, he simply orders a bottle of Ayer's, knowing full well that he will obtain thereby n surer and purer preparation than any can furnish. other which the drug-stor- e Ayer's Sarsaparilla is the Superior Medicine. ROBIN HOOD Writos About Swoot Mario, Gov. MoKinloy, &o. i.iiu.NViM.i;,NJ'. MMKDULK IN BFKKOT U'KHrWIUNll. IiT. i.ouih 7HA NOV. 1, lf'Jl'. No. SI, Nn. 53, IMIIjr, Unit. G.2A rfii:.. ii.n p, m. 7.2 p. in H.i'7 p. Ill, f " Sff& Ay r fwUpV? I.niilllln W I'M Point llrnnilriitiitrK IriiiiKli'i k phi'iiporl t'lovrtpotl Ilnwemllle Lrwlnport Ships That Pass in tiir Night. li.'il p. m. 0.41 p.m. . ln.lllp. hi, lli'Un.lii, lO.ai p. m U 111 p, in. Dill u. in 1:o4 p. in, H.M p. in. l:Wp. ii, 12.) h. in it. m, K.llii. in, !.I7 n. in, n. in. t".'.M n, in, lu.44 n. in. 11:11 n. in, H:i7i. nt. i oor Health .. ' e, FATPEOPLE 111)0-MEN- Iron Bitters cuif-tifin- It Cures Mll-Ml- tsi J. L. Carson & Son, Got our prices on Job Wok before ing elsewhere. C.Theo.Cain, (Jatons m&mmm m Tlpc-ICourt- s Short-han- t7-Uec- perye -- ani Com to Hartford, w XfeijjL' Hervoas KshhU. tic-ur- l. ' uuu ..,.,, .,, ,; 1 ' SPRING OPENING OF C Buggies just; from the Davis Carriage Company. C. L. Field's ear .. V over-ment- . 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