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The Hietdbd OFFICIAL ORQAM OF THE PARTY IN THE Eepublioan. DISTRICT, HAVE YOU PAID YOUR Will show how vou ao; WSMm stand with THIS TAG WE DO JOB WORK FOURTH ES-voiry :EL:ia.caL.. Tho Republican. Pay up and one vear In Advance and we will send you Tho Louisville Weekly Commercial ono year free. Subscribe at onco. VOL. Vll. J. M HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1894. A Holiday in P.cdandOtlicrSketch-cs NO. 14. .Latest U. S. Gov't Report. V0R5gp" c THt PnOOTEl OAMSLE if '- 99&oPURE S5 DON'T ACCEPT IMITATIONS. CO. OINTU SUMMER ? 3E ANYWHERE mtiumn I EVERYWHERE! Tnhrn IIiiHwnrc. Much attention has been attracted by the gieat olTcr of Southern Pacific Company of New Oilcans. They are making a free tliscription of books to ndvcitisc their womlcrlul n?'v train now riiiiniug front New Orleans to the P.iciflc Coast, nml which is said to be the finest, fastest and most lux urously nipointed tr.iin ever constructed The train consists of a composite car, in which is embraced n barber shop, tntli room, library, calc and sinokire parlor, a dinner car, in which me Is arc servcJ at all hours, day or night, passengers paying only for what they oriier; also a full complement of Pullman's latest nud tnost magnificent diawin,r room sleeping car. The speed of this railway wonder, coveting the vast distance between New Orleans and I.os Angeles in 60 hours, and to ban Francisco in 77 bouts, has never been attempted or etpialcil Counlrary to the usu-i- l practice of other gieU nil-wa- y lines, no expense will be incurred other than the customary firslclass fare for travc ticket and slccping-ca- r ling on this superb train "Now westward Sol Ins sent the richest beams of noon's high glory. And much of civilized Amerci is following rapidly in his train seeking homes, weilth and health in California. The great Sunset Route, Southern Pacific, is now the fivonte one to those familiar with the dilictent lines ol western travel; and its management, gratefully recognizing thcrcady appreciation w liichtlic traveling public has shown their excellent fast-traservices, embracing through Pullman facilities in and Tourish slcediiig-c.i- r past, and which will be continued the from Cincinnati, Chicago nud New Orleans, have determined to outdo the most splendid railway achieve ments, and to provide their patrons with a combination of luxury and To this comfort hithcrtcf untqua!.d. end the magnificent train, Sunset limited" taken its name from the solar luminary, whose path across valley and plain and over hill and mouutiin it follows with the speed of the wind, has Ken put on bttween New' Orleans Francisco. l,os Angeles and San Leaving both terminals every Thursday during the sea'sons of 1891-9- 5, passing through the balmiest regions in nil America, delightful even in January, this "fleeting city" covers gulf tocoast in a trifle over two days. Kvcry comfort of home is found in the luxurious vestibuled coaches dinner sleeping and composite which comprise "Sunset Limited," and the scenery along this line is For fulher particulars, address S. V. D. Morsg, Gen'l Pass'r Agent, New Orleans, La. EXCURSION TICKETS ... o. ..i. vi. GfcsapaKe,oaio5:8outrwescrn RAILROADi To the Springs and Mountains of Virginia, To the Like and Woodi or the North, To the Seashore and the Ocean, TkflLtu THE PROfaWEHT RESORTS UNITED STATE as AND CANADA orxyson sp&nroi, wtu ia!To TUB Pleasant Spats imr Homo: DAWSON' SPRINGS, CHITTENDEN BP&XXOa, OERTJLEAW SPBINOS, Advantage jeuNDAT BxcnnmoM ticksy all station, within a Famous for tneir Social, Healthful, and Uconomlc t.nee of fifty mile, and yrnnx knd tickets tttTlctnltjrortlioiecltltt. w a locax talc between ..ere oa dla- - win be wid to louJ Ttlte. Mtuiphi., and J'aducab, from point, la Bate., achedulea and all Information r.arcl(fir In auy direction will be furnlthed on appll-ratio- n to any agent of the Chesapeake, Ohio & Southwestern R. R. uJ anyone requiring look., parapbleti or any advertiting matter, dencilbliii; any particular retort or icaorti.raii procure unc by writing to auol the fallowing; ttlj . .. ,. fill . tdTkket At. D. T. DONOVAN. HOWARD niacin, ar. 0.1. MUMMER. Aut DultUIl'iu ! At. inarm., Ten, , JOLLY, LYNCH. W.J. McBRIDE. LUll.TILtE.ST. !.. Aft wviitiui, ar. T. I, M.fUf m, LOVIITILLJ, t (St. L'Hiif Southwestern Ry.) TO A.2laxsa& Texas THflONJiV LINE With thrrugli Cur Service from p 1 1 s r3;r.ii5r;ri mmm s, wiv n v l .y fjAtli' 1 i vi.ssrv t No change dI Cunt to OR INTEKMEDITE POINTS. Mj- - ,?f Two Daily T aips Carrying thrwtijjh Conches nml 'Jrnveising tlw Pullman rfii'cfrF. finest funning, gracing nutl timber laudi. And reaching the most proo- "prrou towuf. ami citie" in tho Ytildiiip FARMING LANDS. nbuiuluut y ull tliu cereal, com nml coitnii, nml t'eptciiilly adapted to the cultivatinii of small fruits mill early vegetables. Affording GRAZING LANDS. excellent pasturago during almost the entiro yenr, and comparatively clote In the great markets. TIMBER LANDS. Covered with almost inexhaustible forests of yellow pine, cypress and the hard woods common to Arkansas and Eastern Texas. Can be procured on reasonable and advantageous terms. All lliiraraiiurri Willi nnil linTe-tick-. elm on aitlrt In Hie Cotton Belt Route Ask your nearest Ticket Agent for maps, time tables, etc., and writo to any of tho following for all information you mny destro concerning the trip to tho Great Southwest. W. A. McQUOWN, Dis't Pass. Agt., Louisqillo, Ky. E. W. La3EAUME, G. J. A. EDSON, Gcn'l Supt., Te.xarkaua, T?x. I. & Tkl. Agt., St. Louis, Mo. LiTniiiirtpi.rs: kCAVtAIO, iriIUHMAKKS, OAI For a I OI1TAIK A PATENT Drompc answer anu an nonet opinion, writo o HIINN Ac COM wbo hare bad nerlTthT jeara' azperlanoa In tho patent bualnou. Oommunioa Uona atriotly oonflJentlal. A Handbook of In coPYKianTS. formation oonoarnine I'ntenla and boir to obtain them aent free. Alto a cataloguo of mechaa. leal and eot.ntlno booka ont free. l'atenta taken. through Muun A Op. rtoalTa aneolal notice In toe Helentino Aniorlraa, aaa una are brouiht widely beforotbe publlewttn- m ran io mo inTonujr, inn apienaia uaawi weeKir, oieaanuy in lariaat elroulatloa of am world. A3 a Tear. KaniDI Bolldlne IMltloo. rnonthlr. ttiO a Tear, ainala eoolfia, Mo oenta. Krerr ii ami oontalna bean tBul plates. In colore, and photographs of a.w notuec, witn plana, enaonnf ouiiaer to aaow in Addreti late.td..lrn.andaeureoontrana. MUMM A COMxtr YOUK. 301 BuoaiiwAT. TABLER'SDII W C BUGKEYELlLE OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. end OIRTAIN OURK 'for IByeare as the BEST mi, rsn ribatsj. aniem no., it. ion, C I NrlTitlilc t'xfilnnnflniift. A soap bubble is round because every part of its surfaceis equally pressSocial Etiquette Emily S Ronton. ed by the atmosphere. Looking Forward Address A turning fork does not sound in a SourmjRN Pacii'ic Company, Huok Department, vacuum because thcie is no air to conNew Orleans, La. vey the vibrations to our ears. m Lunar halos are sometimes large The wisest in politics is to vote for and sometimes small because they misthe best man, and you cannot be arc formed at diflercnt heights in the taken. So, in the use of you can't be mistaken if you take air. White cl.ithing is cool because it Ayer'b Sarsaparilla, because all parSu reflects heat of the pun. Black is ties airrcc that it is the best-t- he perior Medicine. Try it this month. Warm because it absorbs both heat and light. Opinion. An r.nullali t'rlr-xt'Swallows fly before a rain because Rev Patrick Hickey, a Catholic the insects they pursue are then near priest of Lecns, England, whose fath- the ground to escape the moisture of er is a wealthy manufacturer ot wool- the upper air. ens was quite recently In Pittsburgh Flics can walk on the ceiling as theguest of Bishop Ricbanl Phclan, their f?et are natural airpumps He is making a pleasure tonr and has I and from a vacuum so that the body just crossed the continent from Sin is supported by atmospheric pressure. Francir-co- . He says the United Stales Snow is sometimes of a red color is the greatest country on the face of I because of the presence of a menute the globe, and the masses, when com-- 1 vegetable cell, the Protoccus nivalis, pared with those of European cities, which secretes n, red coloring matter. are more progressive in every way. Lightning travels in a zigzag course Father Hickey said lie felt that the because it passes through different salvation of American industries resstrati of air, and being resisted in its ted in full Protection for the same, as passage turns from side to side to find the manufacturers of this country the easiest path. ninst depend almostcntirely on home I A boy's marble placed in a kettle consumption; that the talk about en- ' prevents the incrtiFting of the vessel tering into competition for the world's because the marble attracts the par- Pittsburgh tides of lime and so prevents their trade was all visionary. j Times. adhering to the sides of the kettle. Piercing the flesh with even the If the care of the hair were made a finest needle hurts because the nerves part of a lady's education, we should I aie so thickly matter just under the not see so many gray heads, and the skin that not even the finest point use of Hall's Hair Rcncwer would be can be introduced without wounding unnecessary. one or more: "" Water dissolves various substances , Wn,ntMl! because the atom of water, being ve;y A bed for n tick of a clock. miuutc, penetrates thespaces between A timekeeper for a mill race. the atom of many substances, and A sure cure for a pig's style. overcoming thcii cohesive attraction, A carpenter to put a rool on a watcauses them to fall apart. er shed. The human sj stem can endure a A clnrter for a snow bank. Agent to handle the spice of life. heat of 212 degree, the boiling point Some one to spin a mountain top. of water, because the skin is a bad A tousorinl artist to shampoo the conductoraud because the perspiration cools the body. Men have withstood head of .1 river. A detective to unravel a grass plot. without injury a heat of 300 degrees for several minutes.-Glol- e St. Louis A doctor to cure a window pane. Democrat. An audience to see a horse fly. A nurse maid to rock the cradle of TWO FOR ONE. the deep. A singer who can reach the high seas. By special arrangements we qffer A man to find traces of a lost harTHE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN ness. and HOME AND FARM in combiA lawyer to try a watch case. A tailor to take the measure of a nation with our paper for $1.25 per year, in advance, being the price of suit for libel. our paper alone. That is for all new FREE. A sign language for dumb waiters subscribers, or old subscribers renewSome use for a dog's pants. Anjone or more of the following standard novels will be sent absoluteA hand to go with an arm of the ing aud paying in advance, we send HOME AND FARM one year free. ly free to any address in the United sea. HOME AND FARM is a 16 page A necklace for a neck of laud. States or Canada on receipt of agricultural journal made by farmers Some buttons for n coat of paint. for each book, in stamps or otherIts Home Department wise, to cover the actual cost of postA commander to take charge of a for farmers. New Orleans Aicayume. U unequaled courtship. age and packing: It Children 's Department is entertaining and instructive. Ships That Puss in the Night To relieve headache, correct disorRenew now and get this great agHnrradcn. ders of the stomach and increase the ricultural and home journal free. The Passing Show Richard Henry appetite, and for the cure of liver Address nil orders to THE HARTSavage. complaint, use Ayer's Cathartic Pills. FORD REPUBLICAN, Hartford, Ky. J.Wey-mai- l. The Man in Black Stanley They are perfectly safe to take, and a healthy action The Maharajah's Guest An Indian Invariably promote Ho You Reed MnpaT assimilative of the digestive and Wo Lavo with us for a short time Exile. The last of the Van Slacks Ed- organs. R.L.Eads & Co., representing the firm ward S. Van Zile. of Raud, McNnlly &, Co., publishers Iii.uIIIUKln.'tnnntioiiv. office A Lover's Fate and a Friend's of tho famous houeo and We had hoped that Ohio County Counsel Anthony Hope. maps. Every fuiuier, nitrcbant, lawfree from a press that would use What People Said An Idle Exile. was ami doctor should have this use-f- al the same dirty insinuations that a yer Mark Twain; His Life and Work acquisition iu his home. These certain "Inedpendent" Democratic Will M Clemens? -sheet of Elizabethtown young men live in our own Statu and The Major Major Randolph Gore Montgomery in order to push the claims ot their como highly recommended. They Hampton. as we are mistaken will take great pleasure in showing Rose and Ninette Alphonse Dau-de- t. champion," but your homes with and the spindle shanked editor of the you tho work inmention, t prices too low to comes out in an edTile Minister's Weak Point David Hartford Herald itorial, attempting to weave a chain Maclure TV IMi tantt Maurice of circumstantial evidence around an At Love's Extremes et the eonsumpUT honored and respected citizen of Green Thompson. 1 usually take has more honor to the when be "toes Jly right, Not Law R. H. Shepard. County that r, south." Ala hotr Dodo; A Detail of the Day E. F. square inch than the Herald, its many sever retira Montgomery and the whole DemallT.I Dr. Tenner' Benson. Congiess-iona- l v. uoiaen Kenes use ocratic party of the Fourth r in 6 drop dote on a district. He attempt! to sugar lump urnrr thus ZfXA ) IIf small la twoofhours. a chain of evidence that ono something was dono, U your blood tWcnns Coirsoxr-Impure. Ton can't mistake tha should one of his clients have 110 1 1 m T now. 11 nee oeen symptoms. Illotchee ana punpjea, I stlgmsUsed to base a suit upon, he a a other evidence or a leeung; 01 ioukuu Tf'u ""i;;!--iff ... .1 Tim "let VaryTa, "sureaU." That! fhm say "My man your case is unjust It claims W H 8" jou'ra an easy prey to all would oru of serious ailments. hopeless, aud if you wish me to take sure but ob dlsesse, vtt,l INFLAMMATION. m many form make a Now, tho best But that appearing la tho world U Dr. Pterco'f Qoidea such a case on which evidence, you lost list of same. It certainly look like a big and will have, to guarantee Medical Plsoorerr. Taha that, my FEE for jump from eorma d felon to consumption. But It will certainly rid you of aTery each is inflammation, and Jaflammatloa can no Mnml.tAtnt and disorder. It start I could not win a case on such evidenmore thrive coder the applies tloa of UU remedy action, Tory organ Into healthful than potato hugs eaa under pari gma. II kill all the bodily functions, and ce," Now the fact is that this same it. If no Uflammatloa tBen there would be n assist cleans, builds op, and Invigorate editor was unmercifully done up at consumptions arrest It aad yon arrest tt conT.n wnnifl TTSLOIOa U Ae " sumption. Mr. 8. L. Amphlett, Clearmont, South afsPsPsfj lurpassr nasty Cod Urer Oil and Sulphur Springs a few days ago by Dakota, writes: "I am a well aaa and cannot fVfRS all it filthy compound a a flean-- one of the very men whom he accuses say enough tn praise ot Oolden Belief. Took It a directed. In two week tough had esed e1 For orery dlaeaso caused by of making a dicker with the Repub-lienn- s and threat, trouble of (taadlag disaptorpid llTer or Impura blood, Dyipepala, and still smarting under this peared. The Qoidea Relief I all you claim for rtubborm ft. I could tell of othor wosderfuWure." TMU " liver Complaint,'' tho most the brief talo of a man who had had the "hectlq Bkln, Scalp, or Bcrofuloui tUTeoUona-av- eal sting knowing that Alex Montgom in It oaruar Buah" and wan about to take the "last ehanse." Consumption, or cry used more money to gam stage It's tho only wraetly so nn and guaranUttl. U 1 ettaotlva that it con U nomination than his salary will a- - be u a well man. Trytt ifBotsaiufledwino Ne narcotic, doesn't benoflt or core, you hav your results, taoney refunded. mount for the next ten year8 he is SO ntlnerai poison in It. Bale and certain. Nover mCaa anything J "Jurt " B01" ... w M...tl j mn.tr.tPtM tW H.o. .... dl.ppoint..On.tabljwtttlUOrlOT. ...- Taw a DOTtlf own urvwr. you to ouy r blood-purfi-cibe-ci- u-e J -10-Cidi-toman-ulacturT-- Barrle. Christopher Columbus; His Life and Voyages Franc D. Wilkie. In Darkest England and the Way Out Gen. Hooth. Uncle Tom's Cabin ILuriet needier Stowe. Dream Life Ike Marvel (Donald G Mitchell.) Cosmopolis Paul Bourget. Reveries of n Bachelor Ike Marvel (Donald G. Mitchell.) Was It Suicide? Ella Wheeler Wilcox, Poems and Yarns James Whit-com- b Riley and Bill Nye. h An English Girl in America Mattcson Powell. Spatks ftom thc.Pcti of Bill Nye. People's Reference Book 999,999 Facts Martha Washington Cook Book. Health and Beauty Emily S. Boil-toTal-lula- opening to accuse others for using and receiving boodle, he jumps at the clnnce to accuse his own neighbors of being parties to deal that only, Democrats of the first water would be capable of carrying out. It is the sitncold " Crowe" system of slinging mu 1 Viilyflng and "ccusing honest nif-of "loiug wlnt to day is the basis princplc of Moiirn The IndustrialAnj rerV-ro- f ist vho bus rcid cirfully the correspondence ol Mr, Russell, knows nnd the Herald man knows too that there is no such brotherly love between Mr Russell and Mr. Lewis. Mr Russell's reasons for with drawing is well known to all readers of this paper andnb$Herald buncombe can Kenconvince theni to the contrary. Highest of all in Leavening Power. RP ABSOUSTELY PURE A MODERN CRUSOE. UY LKOK EmVABOS. ' OWENSBORO, KY. Will practice his profession in Daviess and adjoining counties, Special attention given to collections. Office, Bank of Commerce Building. LAWYER, .f.ft.R. WeddlD PROFESSIONAL ar -- w LTTLB, CARD. Jas.rt. Olenn, LAWYER HARTFORD, KY. lav (Office, over GLENN & WEDDING, AndenonBaiaar.) tucky Industralist. .. : ia Mi jm biooa-jrarra- B 7r Lung-scroful- "" Edward Pcnrsall, or "Ned," os hla family and friends called him, was born at Sag Harbor, at tho eastern end of Long Island. His father was o a farmer, with four children, two boys and two Rirls, Ned and his brother, Robert, 6r "Rob,M bolng tho oldest. Tho sonlor Pcarsall had been, Id bis youth, a sailor, and had made a number of voyages to tho South Paciflo, as had many of his neighbors, In tho days when whale fishing was more profitable than now. Ho knew enough of tho hardships of tho calling to be eager to keep his boys from repeating his experience. Mr. Prarsall was anxious that Ned, tho elder, should be a lawyer, and that, In time, Rob should succeed him on tho farm, which overlooked the great Pcoonic bay and Sholtcr Island, to tho east. Unfortunately for the success of Mr. Pearsall's plans, Sag Harbor tho town was only n mile from hla farm was, at the tlmo, tho resort of whaling vessels, the crows of which wcro always made much of on their return from years of cruising In tho direction of the north polo, or .from far south of tho equator. In tho winter season these sailors would gather about tho pleasant fire, on ,tho great open hearth of tho Mermaid Inn, nnd spin yarns of their cruising in tropic seas, and amid tho islands of the Paciflo, to the delight ,of tho villago youth, nnd particularly to that of Ned and his brother. Tho boys loved their father and their mother, and had no reason to ,bo dissatisfied with their home, but tho love of adventure, that led their father to sen, possessed them. Desplto this yearning for a sea dlfe, Ned might havo gono tocollego and become a lawyor, as his father Intended, had ho not, when about ,seventcon years of age, unfortunate-- y imagined himself in love with Amy 'Dawson, tho pretty daughter of a 'neighbor, at this tlmo aged about fifteen years. Of course ho Imagined that there never had, never would, and novcr could appear, upon tho eastern end of Long Island, or any other part of tho terrestrial surface, so beautiful and perfect a human being as Amy, and, of courso, ho further believed, though youths and maidens bad been falling In lovo since tho earliest days of recorded, history, no maiden or youth had over been so Intensely smitton as himself. Ned, llko all others of his age, was exceedingly bashful, but he always felt satisfied, and tho hankering at bis heart was filled it ho saw Amy at church, or was permitted to walk1 homo bcsldo hor, from singing school, Ned's brother was less basht, and it may ful and mora be added that he was possessed of a spirit of mischief, which took a direction at this tlmo that Ned was in no condition to appreciate. Ho made lovo to tho pretty llttlo Amy; and, seemingly, with great success. ,Tho result was that jealousy and dlst .content filled the heart of Ned, and, when quite in a desperato mood, ho! determined to flee from tho brother' whom ho deemed false and the faithless girl who had the bad taste to prefer Rob. It seemed that tho fates favored bis purpose. Anchored out in thOj bay, thero was a whaling ship, waltvj lng for the turn of tho tide, at day-- , break, to sajl for the. south Paolflo islands. Tho captain of this vessel was named Snow, and had already mado overtures to tho boy to join blm, so that Ned felt sure that, If ho could gain tho deck of tho Albatross, ho would bo oertaln of a position. Bundling up a fow of his clothos). hi a pillow case, bo stole out of his, bedroom window about midnight,' hurried to the shore, a fow hundred yards away, and getting on board of, his own private skiff, which he was expert In handling, ho rowed out into tho darkness, guided by tho lights swinging from tho shrouds of tho Albatross. Ned hailed tho watch on dock, andl a ropo being lowered, ho sent up hlai packago, dimbod after It himself, and then sont his boat adrift. ! When tho sun rose, hot and red. tho noxt morning, lis rays flashed on tho whlto sails of tho Albatross, as she rounded Montaulc point and headed for the south. Soon tho headland cliffs aud woods of Long Island bocamo a misty cloud to the north, nnd Ned Pcarsall was seized by a feeling from which ho; never recovered, that he had dono a very foolish thing. In his father's bouso be was well fed, well clothed, and had a com-- 1 fortable room to sleep In, and tho most pleasant associations on tho Albatross the food was coat-s- and, not tho best, tho atmosphero of tho dark forecastle. In which ho waa compelled to sleep, was foul, and his sailor associates wero obsoeno and vulgar; but, mora than this, ho soon learned that Copt. Snow, who appeared to be so jolly and good when on shore, was a oruel nud profane tyrant. After four months' continuous cruising, without seeing a whale, the woll-to-d', self-reliano lAlbatross sighted tho purple lands that rnark tho ahoros of New Hero somo fish were Zealand. caught, and, for tho first time, Ned. learned that It would bo five yeorej before his ship returned to Sag Hor-- ; bor, and that if they seourod more--, oil than sbo could carry, it would bo, ' sent homo In other ships. When anchored in the Uay of Is- lands, In Now Zealand, of which ho had read In the voyages of Capt. Cook, ho was anxious to go on shore-ansec tho beautiful country and-thnative Maoris, but his shipmates horrified him, by telling him that on tholr previous voyngo with Capt. 8now, which had lasted for four years, they had been permitted to .land only three times; and this waa o Will practice their profession in ah the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given collections. Also Notary Public for Ohio county. James .A.. Szultli, JTTflBIY p AW nARTFORD, HT. Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. utneo east side ot public square. M. L. Hkavrin. HEAVRIN & Shelby Taylor. TAYLOR, true. A year of Indescribable hardship passed, during which tho boy's heart ached moro and more for hla Long Island home; and his determination Incroasod to escape from tho tyrant Snow and his asnoclatoi of Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. the Albatross at the earliest opporpeals. tunity. Special attention given to Office, next door to The opportunity camo when the collections. ship put In at Pongo Pongo, a port' Bank of Hartford. in one of tho Navigator Islands. Ned saw tho natives, ft most gentle Perry Wester-field- , people, from the and ship, about which they sailed lri canoes, and determined to join them. Beavkr Dam, Ky. The night bofore tho Albatross was to put to sea again, unmindful B. D.RINatJ of tho huge sharks that I.D.GUFFT. Grviffy 6s ZRlngro, could bo seen In tho daylight) drifting through the water llko dense shadows, ho slipped overboard SCeirtford, SCoatracicy. and succeeded In swimming to tho Will practice iu all courts of Ohio shore. and adjoining counties, Superior Ned fled to tho neighboring hills, Court and Court of Appeals. Colwhero he lay hidden under the palms lections and all legal business attendand bread fruit trees for two days. ed to. Office 329 E. Market St. Ho saw the sailors searching for him, ho hoard their shouts; and though suffering with thlrfft and R. R. WEDDING hunger, ho determined to dio rather than reveal himself; and his heart bent lighter when ho saw tho AlbaHartfohd, Ky. tross put to sea again, leaving him Will practice his profession in all the only whlto man among tho fine-looki- Will practice thicr profession in all the Courts of Ohio nnd ndininino- counties, and in tho Court ot Ap- Attorney at Law. man-eatin- g attorneys gt jaw, Attorney at Law, sav-eg- of these is'ouds. The natives, to whom hunger compelled tho youth to make himself known, treatod him with tho greatest kindness, and soon adopted him, into their clan or tribe. Nod soon learned their language, taught them the many handicrafts ho had learned' in his old homo, and at tho same time, ho adopted many of their hab-- ' Us. Iowever, years passod, during; which Ned Pcarsall nowjr saw a, whlto man, and he was beginning to forgot his mother tougue, whon ono, early morning, during a furious storm that ravaged the Island, bls native companions roused him from tho bod on which bo was sleeping laj his thatched hut, to tell him that whlto man'B ship was breaking to; pieces on tho rocks outsido the bay. Ned was a good swimmer beforo he left homo and thought he could manage a boat well, but the people among whom he found himself far, exceeded him in that art. Ho wa0 bravo, and a feeling of humanity, aaj well as tho race lovo, prompted him to go to tho rescue. Tho ship waa going to pieces on the reef; but the outrigger canoes of the natives auo-- , cocded In reaching hor, and out ol fire were a crew of twentv-seve- n rescued, among them tho first ofQ- -, cor, a young man who boro a strik ing resemblance to Ned himsalf. Tho rescued sailors wore taken ftshoro and kindly treated by the natives. Ned from the first waa' drawn to the young man who boro such a striking resemblanco to him-- , self, and when ho camo to oonvorso, with him, aftor ho had recovered, great was his astonishment and his joy when ho found that it Was his own brother, Rob, Rob told his story. Ha, too, somo years before had fallen in lovo, this timo in earnest, with a girl who was not Amy Dawson. His father, m well as the girls, opposed tho match, and ho ran away to sea, and had-beepromoted to tho position of first officer on the Washington. Tho ship strunded on tho reef outsido of Pongo Pongo. Tho brothers, who had parted long beforo on Long Island, wero thus mysteriously thrown togother on at) almost unknown lslaud in tho South Pacific. Rob told his brother that Amy Dawson was still single and awaiting him; told him that bis father and mother and sisters wero still living, and tholr hearts yearning for him, and so tho modorn Crusoe woe tp upon to bid good-by- o Erovalled friends, who, finding (hat ho was determined to part, accorn panted him and hla brother to Apia, the ohlef town in the Navigator is- the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Office, room 20, Hartford House. OT. H. BARNES AT jATTORUEY LiWj Hartford, Ky. practico his profeseion in all courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office over Carson & Co. WILL Jo. B. ROGERS, HARTFORD, KY. ' Will practice his profession in the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Careful attention given to nil business entrusted to him, Office iu Republican Building. i Attorney at Law, J. R. PIRTLE HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Is prepared to do any and all kind of Dental Operations. Prices most reasonable. Office over Williams & Bell's Drug Store. DENTIST a. & wsm DENTIST. OFFICE OVER RED FRONT Is prepared to d? all kinds of Dental work at reasonable prices. lands. They had repeated their father, early experience, and had had onough v Robert Pcarsall of tho sea. Is ono 0 the moat prosperous fanners on the eastern end of Long Is., land. Ned is married to Amy Daw-- , son, and by bard study bo mado up, for tho lost tlmo during which he played Crusoe, and is ono of the, most .successful membora gf tho bail To-da- PENNYROYAL PILLS Female Regulator, are perfectly safe and always relia ble. For all Irregularites, painful PARK Suppressions, they Menstruations, never fail to afford a speedy and certain relief. NOjEXPERISIENT.but a scientific and positivereliof, adopted All only after years of experience. orders supplied direct from our of flee. Price per package, fLOO, or six packages tor $5iWy mail port, paid. EVERY PACKAGE, GUAR- ANTEED. Particulars' Ik, V.I. nailiiA 4mn 7 V All Correspondence strictly boetoe, (tiad) ,4. Coal-denti- 5 al. AllvAff.' . P ARK REMID Y CO. Met, i i User. 1 v ,j. Hi. Hartford Republican dUBLISIIlIU just tho proper ngo to fill thnt high i:t.iiy i'hiday mousing ..Proprleliir. I'.illlor. JO. II. NAM A. ANDI'.ltSd.N IKHJI.H.N 1 Flit DAY, NOVlCMUIiR 36, 1894 ollico with honor to himself aud ben efit to tho people. Ho is ripo in years nuil rich in legal lore aud well versed in nil that pertains to legal allairs. Hi solo ambition would bo to bo a model Judge, puro and upright and leave nu honorablo name as n rich Domooratic Tiokot. hcritauo to his friends and his party roll COUNTY JIIIMJU. and his State. But in addition to all 1 We nre authorized to announce this tho Republican party of this lv. T. Wn.UAMS District owes it to tho party aud to Democratic nominee for CounAs the Election, Butler county, tho Banner County of ty Judge of Ohio county. November 6, 1894. the District, to give Judge Guffy nn We nre authorized to nnnouncc overwhelming majority. John M. Leach It is tho first time Butler county As the Democratic nominee for the Republicans havo asked for the eleoffice of Assessor of Ohio county. vation of one of their countymeuto Klcction, November 6, 1894, Thoy have alnn important office. ways been true to their party, hence Republican Tiokot. it would bo rauk party treason to bo the least indifferent to tho success of Judgo Gufly, their chosen nominee. Besides all this a Republican victory in this Appellate District would bo of immense advantage to our party, heuce no stoue should bo left unturned to secure tho election of Judgo Gufly. He can and must bo elected. Election, ov. O. John W. Lewis, of Washington county. For Appellate Judge B. L. D. GufTy. For Couuty Judge John P. Morton. For Sheriff Cal. P. Keown. For County Clerk D. M. Hockcr. For Couuty Attorney E. P. Neal. For Assessor N. C. Daniel. For Jailer John W. Black. For Surveyor G. S. Fitzhugh. For Coroner Galin C. Westerfield. FoV Congress MAGISTRATES'. Hartford A. S. Aull. Rosine C. L. Woodward, Cromwell Jont B. Wilson. Fordsvillc J.A. Boiling. Buford CONSTABLE! Hartford Hosea Shown. Rosine Thomas Allen. Cromwell R. B. Martin. Fordsvillc James Oiler. Buford . STORY OP TARIFF REFORM. Congressional Democratic The is said to have printed Committee 1,000,000 copies of cartoons which draw the deadly paiallel on the old uud new Tariffs. Copies of this same cartoon or one equally unreliable are sticking on stable doors and other places about this town now. Tho obunthinking ject is to deceive Economitt people. The American draws tho following deadly parallel, which it will pay every voter to read carefully: WHAT TI1HY SAY. I'ACTS AS FOUND. "Labor rises in the morning under the duction Democratic Tariff with a re of taxes on his flannel shirt of7oJi per cent.; his trousers, 75 i ner cent, and his Labor rises in the morning witii no shirt on his back, "Cleveland with badge" trousers to cover his legs, and the coat on the Englishman on the The other side. bottom has rusted out of his tin pan during the months of enforced idleness. He drinks his water lrom a gourd and dries his face and hands in the cool currents coat, 74,' percent He shivers around an untaxed hearth He washes his face nil .ends his chil dren to glean fuel and hands in a 'along the streets, or gets fr6e coal bucket reduced from the passing He eats train. 28; J per cent., and his frugal break fast from a Welsh dries them with a tin plate, with his lingers for forks cotton towel re rnd his broken pocket knife. Yes, duccd 35 per cent, he smokes a clay pipe and hears in He puts some coal solemn sadness that "lumber is reduced 4&Ji per free" and the nulls arc idle that cotcent., in a stove ton is less than 5 cents n pound, yet reduced 33 j per he don't have n nickle. That "cop cent.;catsabreak per is free" and lie can 't earn an non- That fast from a plate est copper. "wool is free" and reduced 45J4 per that England now controls the wool cent., and with n market of the As for world. knife and fork re binding twine, he asks his farmer uutl-i-i l':i J.cni.1 friend what that means, and the and seasons his answer comes that it is the cordage the food with free salt, with which Cleveland Admin Then he smokes istration hasbound mericnn labor to lie his clny pipe re the stake. draws on the tatduccd 80 per cent., tered remnant of an overcoat lclt and reads that 1111 from Republican days, and goesout der Tariff Reform to kick himself binding and "curse Jus lumber, twine, grain hags, day." bagging, cotton His wile liod copper, salt, wool nltv her! wears n and agricultural woolen dress kept implements a r c from 'better days,' I Ie free. then and sighs in vain draws on his over. for enough to uuy coat reduced 75 a fresh new caliper cent, and puts co at four cents a 011 his lint reduced yard. With "hats per cent reduced 70 per 71 o ins wile wears a cent." she patches woolen dress re and darns, leaving duced 75 per cent her children a nai teuueed 70 with'shoes per cent,, woolen educed 20 per stockings reduced cent.' she has a 74 ,' per cent., and whole family baresnoes reduced 20 footed. ofthestreetcorner. The persistent aud inefficient efforts of the Herald to blow hot and cold with the Populists is becoming disgusting, and in view of tho mean and contemptible slush and abuse thnt paper has all along heaped upon that party and its candidates, it smacks of the demagogue, tho hypocrite and the dishouest seeker for political advantage. The recent Boft words the Jfcrald has bcon casting to the Populists do not at nil jingle with its forIn mer efTusions concerning them, its issue of August 17, 1892, speaking ofGeu. Weaver, Populist candidate for President, the Herald says editorially: "Four more years find him disappointed and he again is leading a qang of dmppointed office uckeit, calling thenuclvn ilie People's Parly, and aekiug honest men to vote for him. Now there nre always more men who vote than there arc who think. For this reason tho Third Party headed by their man Weaver, will get some voters in Kentucky aud in Ohio county. To many who will vote with this party wc have 110 way to appeal. They 110 not read nor they do iof think. They only follow blindly n misguided or vicious leadership. But to the thoughtful, sensible and sincere men who thiuK of voting with the people so fitly represented by Weaver, we want to appeal in tho namo of reason and of manhood and in the name of this Southland, which we love and which this man has lot 110 opportunity to villify to these men we would come as ouo of them and ask if the raiubow this new party is chasing can lead them to support a political adventurer aud a traducerof our people,such as a gang of malcontent have found in this same old Weaver." In its very next issue speaking of Hon. Tom Pcttit, who was tho Populist candidate for Congress in tho Second Disttict it says: "Ho (Mr. Pettit) is a transparent fraud, dug up by the Third party." Everybody remembers the villification and abuse, which the Herald bestowed upon Representative Wesley Crowe, upon Mr. J. P. Miller, Populist candidate for Circuit Clerk in 1892 and upon Mr. F. W. Pirtlo, Populist candidate for the Legislature in 1893. The abuse that demagogue sheet is now heaping upon Mr. Russell is of the same kind aud character and its pretense of sympathy for the Populists is cringiug hypocrisy of tho deepest and most detestable dye. spondency, caused by a realization ol certain defeat, presumes entirely too mil uli upon the ignorance and credulity of tho Democratic voters of the county. Thoy nro not nearly so ignorant as one is forced' to conclude that the Herald considers them. Insult, is it? Well let's see if it if. Followiug tho low tariffs of 181(1, 1 8:i:i, 184(5, 1857 and tho Ft co Trade threat of 1892 havo como with the unerring ccrtaiuty of fate, hard times, the breaking of banks, tho poverty of the people, tho cry for bread, tho distress of assignments, and the multiplied terrors aud hardships of suits, judgments nnd sheriff sales. In view of these undeuied aud terrible facts is not tlionduionii!uu contained 111 and tho warning sentence worthy of tho that ouo short serious consideration of every conscientious voter? We repent it. Vote tho Democratic ticket nnd advertise youreelffor sale. Do thnt and invite the devastation nnd ruin that have overshadowed tho land like n pall duriug the present Administration. Do that and eudorso tho destruction that the Democratic party has wrought in the business interests Do that anil thus of the country. invite taxed sugar and ten cent wool, , nnd and fifty cent wheat, sheriff's sales to make this fair land their permanent abode- and tho American people their self sacrificed vicsoup-houses- Tin: biill'dozing tactics resorted to by tho Democrats regarding the Brad-K- y speaking, didn't work worth a cent. They iricd to dictate! terms and to run rough shod over tho Republican Committee but thu thing wouldn't work. Mr. Bradley's appointment was advertised fori fivo days beforo anybody knew anything of Mr. Kills' coming here, and it was tho height of political effrontery for tho Democrats to announce n speaker for the J sumo day without consulting tho Republicans. But they didu't. Their scheme was to bulldoze all along tiio hue. J. T. RUSSELL Makes a Plain Statomont in Koplyto a Luttor From Socrotary ol Ohio County Ropublican Com- mittee , Oct , 3o,'94 GiiuiiNSiiURO,! W. A. Gibson, Scc'y Ohio county In Louisvillo the Gntricr.Jnunial and tho Democratic bosses' aro crying "nigger," "nigger party" and "nigger dmriuutiou" at tho Republicans and Republican candidates. In Hartford the Democratic bosses are hugging, atid baiting, and treating, uud wallowing with the negroes, and using every means fair or foul to gull them into voting tho Democratic ticket. Tweuly-fiv- o years ngo Democratic candidates iu this couuty boasted that they belonged to tho while man's party this is Democra cy- - Bm'oitt: the Democrats came into power a bushel of wheat would buy 17 pounds ot sugar. Now a bushel of whent will buy only 7 or 8 pounds. And yet the Democratic bosses extims'. pect the people to vote the Democratic ticket. Many aro the methods resorted to by the Democrats to deceive the Evr.itY patriotic citizen is interestvoters into voting tho Democratic ed in having a majority of Republicticket. Without saying whether the ans in tho next Congress. All intertime ever was when the Democratic ests demand it. You have nn oppoi-tuni- ty party could win by telling the truth, of having a part in this good most assuredly ot all times 111 its hiswork by voting for Lewis. tory it could not win now by that FouimxN pounds of sugar for 81, means. Nobody is more sensibly aware of that fact than the Demo- instead ot twenty pounds, and fifty cratic leaders themselves. Deception cents a bushel for whent instead of is the only hopn for Democmtiu suc- $1.25 as promised this is Democracess. Deception wus their only hope cy. in '9O and again in '92. It is their Stami' the ballot squarely under tho only hope now. The Democratic englo nnd il there is nuy scratching party is afraid of the truth and hence Green Rivdone let the eagle do it. the various means resorted to in order er Republican. to arouse the pns'inns and prejudices of mcu nnd to appeal to the supposed Wi: are sure to win if the Repubignorance of the people. They can licans go to the polls anil vote straight. no longer cry Force Bill nnd nigger Von: for tho welfare of yourself, domination in this county nud they other means equally as de- youi family and your country. resort to ceptive and uufair. The Democratic Tun straight Republican ticket will have Congressional Headquarters win. Vote that way. prepared and Edit out to the newspaper, and for posters variou? ilVon: for prosperity and against lustrations purporting to show the hard times. reduction in prices of various articles Votk your sentiments. They are not by the Wilson bill. calculated to instruct but to deceive. Vote Republican. The Democratic bosses and whoop-ersuVotk straight. wiuk at each other with a when they see a voter knowing wink Voti: early. looking over one of these pictmul Pictoral lies would be illustrations. a better ami mure truthful epithet. ACnril 'friini.Mr. I'oim. A farmer in this county owns n Morgantown Ky. Oct. 26, 1S94. flock of sheep that under the Mi'Kin-le- y Editor F. & I,. Journal, law was worth $300, and the wcol I was for a time, ChairDear Sir: clip for one year sold lor 8100. man of the People's party of the Third This year under the effect of threat, Cingressioual District. I was the ened F.-r-e Tindcin the WiUon Bill, People's party nominee for Sheriff in he sold his wool clip from the same i?02. I am for Judge Ouffy for Judge flock of exactly the same number, of the Court of Appeals, and believe for only S50 nud the flock itself is that the great mass of the Populists This man feels of this county nre for him and worth only 8150. him toall the friends of the that he has been robbed ol 3400850 on his wool clip and 81150 on the val- people everywhere. M. M. Cook. p Com. Yours of the 2tli just From the clipreceived and noted. ping from The Herald that you enclosed, it seems that your Democratic will editor, like the Courier-Journa- l, not tell the truth when he can make Yes it is true that I a lie fit better. never saw Mr. C. M. Harnett iu my life,but heard ul him nsn candidate for I did not Congress two years ago even know the name ol the Republic an District Chairman till I received your letter. If I ever saw Mr. Miller I certainly I do not remember him. was not nt Klizabethtown three weeks ago nor have I been in Hardin couuty since the Hardin Couuty Convention held on September 8th. I'll nlso add that I have never received n let-rfront any Republican Committeeman, or any other Republican, since my noMgytion. except yours of the came after my with27th, instp-whicdrawal, nnd one from Mr. Lewis declining to accept my challenge to deOn the same day I received bate. Mr. Lewis' letter I received one from Mr. Montgomery on the same subRep. lx. Draii Sin: er ject. I think Montgomery's friends are trying to find n There is no doubt they are in a close place. As for myself and all the Populists I nm intimately acquainted with, wc will support Mr. Lewis. Wc have bug-a-bo- had enough free wool, sheep, hay, &;., to last us until wc nre sure of electing some one who will not vote for the interest of the Mnnufactur, of which there is not a single one iu Montgomery's district, nnd against his fanner constituents who number up into the thousands Mr. Montgomery's supporters are trying to use my withdrawal asnn electioneering .scheme. When I sell my principles I will purchase morphine with the proceeds and cud my career I would have left the race a week sooner, but Mr, Montgomery was announced to speak in my county and it having been rumored that I was afraid to meet him, I was anxious to prove to the contrary. Very Resp'y Yours, J. T. RUSSKl.t.. 9 riii'lliirllorill'Hol" i'nr. people for eggs shipped to us by PhoA D. Taylor, the Beaver Dam foreign farmers, n sum amounting to has located his Photo Car tographer, $19,949,717, being enough money to in HiuUonl anil will make Pictures capltol of the United States, build the here every Sntutday morning till and the White House with nil the Huttlord Photo Car, Mr. This noon iu the adornments of the gtounds. Taylor will be found at his home should be the farmer's profit. Montgnlleiy iu Beaver Dam balanced the gomery ' voted for free eggs. Now viv .in I'lad to sitv he ranks ' 1 my friends, we lived on the medicine up with the nblest Photographeis 111 portioned out to us by n Repubclass work guanine-- -' the State. Fiist lican doctor nnd the Democratic doc we would teed. tor made us believe that ''When beauty comes he takes It J starve to death on such physic and so If there is none he makes it." Democratic Free we tried the Trade pill and whatarcthecousequen-ces- ? U both pukes and purges. How I am now ready to buy n limited long do you think we can live on aud will bo In I was hoping that nunibci of saw logs such treatment? em Monday uud Saturday of the Democrats would show Mr. Hartford in.st, uud Montgomery that they did not approve each week niter the 15II1 who wish to of his way of doing business in the will be glad to meet all e nddiess Is primary. This I think w6uld have contract, My Sulphur Springs, Ohio county, Ky. been sufficient, but boodle and promResp'y W. II. Mooiu:. ttt4 ises has beaten the Democratic party. It is alleged that Mr, Montgomery promised the Democratic county candidates from $500 to $1000 to help them out if they would carry the county for htm. I don't know how true it is, as I don't see any ac& but count if it in the Courier-Journa- l, strange that the canit looked n little didates were not divided on this question like the people they were solid for Montgomery. Sowcic their relations nnd near friends. Ho it so or U uui5caMs0ltl in oSMm ;?MaHHP3Htt0iv VJ not we were beaten. We did our went to the polls without part. We either pay or promise nnd voted lor a man that we did not know lor the :. Il'itito sake of Democracy. Now if they me .Urn. Htoiicwnll. Trim. licatcn they cannot blame us, we nte for Democracy, equal rights, exclu We know sive privileges to none. ; of n man or n set of men voting the principles that it is our dtuy to down Kldnoy and Llvor Troublo and Norvous Dobllity by any possible menus conceivable. If we don't arc we loyal to our country? 10 Yoara of 8ufforlng Endod by Now my friends, I will clo.se. I guess i Taking Hood's. some of you will say that this is a "C. I. Hoo.1 ft Co., Lowell, Masvt Republican scheme. It is nothing of "The ffffcH of flood's Karaaiwrllls In my can .. I,.n, irulr marvrloui. It far xurpAnn the kind. No Republican has had any olhr niKllelne I have eer takrii. For anything to do with it, I could show yrjfra I wu trouliltd with torpid llf r, kliiief yon one thousand of tluir mistakes troublo and iierou (IrMllty. ' A Helploss Invalid. if I hid time, but I nm it farmer aud 1 h.r. hrn, titklnf Itmle'i Hars.usirltl.1 tot thrr never made a public stccli nor wrote montlu and t Iff I that I au cured. Iff I if iwr "I'V1 for a ptccc for publication before. Hoping uow than f iMve henllli,sUtffn I. and C HM & . UM flnU for my that you will go t the polls next lecond. for llotxl'a narMWilIU. I lue rccom- Tuesday and vote as every tiue American should, I will close, T mended It to all my iiflshbors and several of D.VIU. Gltll!N. noo.ru jwruiMii them aro "'" "" "M and fffl teller than l rriulU. I BinM ir !,. fSf post-olllc- is Jj- .. A Helpless Invalid al ' 1 .)'. Hood'ssCures! Ilil Ntnntl li' Vittir tlmi. at 40." 3llie. K. W'Altr, stonewall, Teim. DlST 1 A nnrtl to Ueuinerntlc Kentucky. Voter ol Polls close at 4 p. m. a bare-limbe- d; 1 per cent." JUDGE GUFFY. Tho election will soon bo here. Wo again call attention to the impor-tauc- o of electing Judge Gully to bo Judge of the Ccurt of Appeals. That office is oue of tho moat important to bo filled, Mr. Gufly is in ull respects well qualified, being ouo ol tho ablest lawyers in tho State, a raau of tho strictest integrity and with courage sufficient o do right undor nil circum-stauce- s, without prejudice) uud withHo is of out fear of ring or clique?. The Who did it? ue of his flock. Ilnirllly Initiiririt. same is true of hundreds nnd thous Fordsvim,!?, Ky Oct., 20, '94. ands of people everywhere in every F.ditor F. & I,. U. Journal: Dkaii Sik; Please allow me space business. Another Onio county farmthe Utter of Mr. S. II. we are informed, recently sold to second er, Freo Austin which appeared in your issue thirty head of sheep for 824. On some of the Democratic cartoons ol Oct. 18th in behalf of the election Trade won't do. among pictoral illustrations and of Judge Guffy. I am n true People's other things is a hank of yarn, on Srnuiiiu.i: as it may our Euglish Party man nnd vote theticketstraigh', which hangs a placard reading "wool- contemporary am not shuffle off the but as we have no candidate forjudge en yarn reduced 249 percent." Now responsibility of taxed sugar. The ol the Court of Appeals, It does seem if the price of woolen ynrn has been Democratic party opposed frto sugar to me that we ought to vote forjudge Gufly for the reasons given by Mr. percent, then some very when it was made free by the reduced facts should follow. The interesting and then as soon as they Austin and for other reasons that of woolen yarn when the present came into power taxed sugar again. might be given. We can easily do price new Tariff law was passed, wob iJicts What could bo plainer? And yet the so by stamping under our own device which will vote our full ticket, then per pound, which price if wo arc to Democratic speakers and editors try stamp in the square to the tight of take tho "illustration at what it fays to make it appear the Republican the name of B. L. D. Guffy. We is reduced 24O per cent. Now,get your party is responsible for taxed sugar. now have if in our power to make slate and multiply 75cls, tho base by They may misrepresent, as they sure the election of a true fiicnd of 219 per cent rate, keeping up the will, but they can not deceive the the people who has all the qualifica- -' decimal point nnd see if the product, farmer, who got 20 pounds of sugar tions requited to fill the important tho percentage is not one dollar aud under the McKinley bill tor 31, but office of Judge ol the Court of Appeals. This sum accor- who now only gets 14 pounds for tho It does seem to me that we ought not eighty-si- x ceuls. the "illustration" represents same money. ding to to neglect 6iich an important duly. the amount of tho reduction 111 the It is true thnt he is the Republican Lirr every precinct do its duty price, or in olliei voids you must candidate, but it is also true that if subtract tho reduction, 0110 dollar poll its full Republican voto and tho he is elected he will make us a just Do not depend 011 one Judge and will always be true to the cents from the75cts in fight is won. and eighty-Bi- x threo-fnurtot tho people. The history of his life fully tho present price of or two or half or order to obtain nil tho work. Mako attest his devotion to the masses. But it will not subtract, you precinct doing yum. pull all along the lino. Get Judge Gufly wouldadorn the Supreme u strong say. Tiy again, surely this Democratic theory must bo truo. But no, out every vote in every precinct and bench of our State' I.et us nil see to Wc aro the Democrats, when the returns it that he is elected. it simply will not subtract. Yours Respectfully, as truo come in, in the languogo of some oft taking that "illustration" B. F, Wai.i.ack. must get out of tho quoted mortal will eny each unto the though, uud wo " here nre wo at?" dilemma. Tho only way out is to other, Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder subtract the price of the yurn,seventy-fiv- o World's pair lllgheat Medal and Diploma. In J 892 tho Democrats promised cents, from the reduction, ouo the farmers one dollar and twenty- W, R. Smith's College, Lexington, cents, which five dollar and eighty-si- x cents a bushel for their wheat if Ky, Is hhere clerks, farmer boys, eleven cents. leaves oue dollur and they would elect Mr. Cleveland. The and others have invested $90 for tuiStill maintaining tho truth of the farmers believed this fubehood and tion nnd bonttl for an education nnd "illustration" you go into a store and helped to elect him. Tho Democratic arc getting $100 end over n month ask your merchant for a hank of Administration has fulfilled this promnow, This is n responsible college, yarn nnd if this Democratic theory ise by giving the farmers fifty cents a Special attention given to securing is correct the merchant should give bushel for his wheat uud giving him situations. Forcirculnrs to Prol.W.R. you tho pound of yum for nothing fourteen pounds of sugar fur 0110 Smith, Islington, Ky. and pay you one dollar and eleven dollar. This is Democracy. When Oilier full cents to take it out of his homo. But builds up the in fact will ho do it? No. Ho wil ITDn July 10, 1892 Mr. Felix's paper, Hood's Snrsnpatilla schnttered system by giving vigorous cents per tho Herald, in speaking of tho Hon. ehurgo you seventy-fivorgans, creaI he digestive pound, the price nt which ynrn was Tom Pettit, Populist candidate for action to ting an appetite and purifying the selling on tho very day the bill was Congress, calls him "Tom tit" and blood. It is prepared by modern passed. "tho little giant unarchist." This does methods, tiossesses the greatest curnot chimo very well with the, InaWa ative powers, nnd hns the mojt wonQuit thin rind contemporary on the rccout cheap bids for Populists sup- derful record of actual cures of any corner pretends to take great umport, Tnkeonly i medicine in existence. brage at a lino in last week's Rki'UU-I.IUAis tho peer of any Hood's. Demwhich read: "Vote the John W. Lkwih ocratic ticket ami tulvertiso yourself Kentuckmn. Voto for him for ConHood's Pills are purely vegetable, 'Flint sheet in its fit of de-- gress. and do not purge, pain or gripe. 25c. for hs K, fjk" (Continued lrom outside ) Why not favor one commodity the same as the other, potatoes the same as peanuts? They both grow in the ground barley the same as rice. If Protection is a good thing I want my shaie of it if a curse I don't want to be cursed twice to some other fellow's once. Mr. Montgomery voted for all this class legislation nnd then comes out as a Democrat aud asks us to support him. I could not nor would not if he was my daddy, I care not to what political party he belonged, nor upon what platform he was running. Wc owe it to ourselves, to our children and to our country to condemn all such class lcgisktion. Now there is some difference in some of us Demo crats. Some are for Free Trade for revenue only. Some for a high Protection on such things as we can produce in the United States. So I guess you all looked at it just as I did, They could not reduce the tariff and make their words good and raise sufficient revenue, but they changed things all around, and upside down until we will be compelled to vote with the patty that Is the nearest to our way thinking. Thete are two great political parties, pick out the one that suits you best, let that be Democrat or Republican, until something else conies in sight by which we can better our conditions, but let me say to you that if I was n Ftee Trader I would want everything cut in as it is I um no Free Trader. I was two years ngo in favor of things being considerably reduced, but free wool has learned me a lesson. I am done with it. If you hnd n field of corn and if you had plowed say ten rows nnd that killed it, would would you continue plowing? Surely not. It is just so with the Irce wool business. Ftee Trade killed it, but our Democratic colleagues tell us that it will leviveyet. It may alter the sheep have been slaugh-teicI don't like these arguments. They say that Free tiade knocked three dollars out of one ounce of quinine nnd it never survived it. Now how are the sheep to survive it? I know nothing in tegard to politics, only what I have read iu thcCouricr-Journa- l, proclaimed by Henry Walter-soJames B. Beck, Cleveland, Stevenson nud others. I did rend Wilson's Introductory speech on his TarifTbill. One part I remember well. It was where he said he gave the laboter in the manufactory free eggs. Another between the same discrimination people. The farmers wife takes her eggs to market, and n Free Trade market, at that, buys something with her eggs, say collars nnd cuffs, or n shirt for some of the family, she is charged one hundred per cent extra duty. Now some one will say that the farmer needs no protection, then why did they reduce the tariff on farm products? Wilson said that he had reduced provisions to the manufacturer. Lets take up someone article that the farmer has produced for the past eight or ten years preceding the McKinley law from 1883 to 1891. There were paid by the American three-lourthsd. n, hut lord. Oct 31, '94 1 To the Republicans of the 4th Congressional District: The only possible chance for deleat to overtake our standard bearer in the contest, which cuds next Tuesday, is a failure to poll the full Republican vote of the district. The utter disregard of the Democratic patty for most of its pledges, nud the wide spread ruin and woe indicted upon nu innocent people by its bungling nttemps to inaugurate whatits statesmen arc pleased to call "taiifl reform," have brought to our ranks huudicds of recruits, good men in every county who love country more than patty, who ns business men, Inrmcrs, laborers aud mcchanicshavefelt the withering effects ol Democratic supremacy and who arc 110 longer willing to aid, by their votes, the gaunt specter of want to go nbroad iu a land of plenty While the election or a Republican so much House of Reptescntatives, desired this year, may not at once bring back the prosperous days of '92 it will at least stop Democratic tariff tinkeringand rcstoreconfiJenco While it may not nt once reinstate the good prices which humeri y ruled for tobacco, wheat, wool, sheep, horses, mules, and cattle, it will prevent n futltcr reduction and rebuke the party responsible for the unheard oIIoa pticesofall these artl.'loi. We must not for n moment suppose that the present Representative front this district can be defeated without continuous and hard work. In his laceheretolore, both before the people aud for Democratic nomination, he hasshown himself unscrupulous in manipulating the machine at his back. His corrupt methods operate against persons of his own political fiitli as well as others who stand in the path of his nmbition.Wc have many reasons to believe that his paid emissaries nre now distributing money through this district front n fottuuo whic.t tho people have given htm, by four terms iu congress, to corrupt the ballot nnd Money flaws secure his like water, at his call, from a bank and front the gteat whiskey trust, lor which he has labored as an attorney would lorn cliuet, A herd of office holders stand ready tJ do ltu bidding nud nothing will be left un.lonc to retain his power, In all his career as a congressman he has neversunportcd nor originated a measure of general benefit to his district, and while posing as the per sonal Irieud of the soldier, ho has managed to vote against every general pension law enacted during his lour terms. Mr. Lewis is n titan of the people. He is controlled by no political machine and titalncd by no trust. He is clean handed and 111 ability will rank with any man 011 tue lborof the next House. He stands for the eleA vation of American laborers. vote for him is a vote for the tevival of stagnant business in every line, and an increase in the price of farm commodities, a vote for the breaking up ol thecorrupt ring which has bo long dominated our district, and a rebuke to the party ol incompetency. Mr. Lewis has made a brilliant canvass and won his race, but the full Republican vote must bs polled and we must betlert for election eve tricks which will bo sprung by a desperate enemy. In n word we must stnnd by our guns, C. M. Bauni'.tt, Dist Clt'ui'n. W, N, FoSTKH, Sec. Rill'. Com , I ffleltnUy, on Hood's Pills U10 act easily, je I llror aud loel. aud S3. I WiXTcreryminand vromsn In the tTnllol Stitef interi'tled In tho Opium and WbUky kablla 10 liato odd of hit IkjoU on then du raiet. Addrcit II. St. Woolley, Atlanta, lia. Ux 337, and ono will b lent yon free. nonet:. 0-a.x-.i- i. oisr 4 1 T'" ' mm lui, ty!t sni Site. SPECIAL-TV-. The Lsadiog Pholggrapher. Pictures Is lerOld Pictures Copied nnd Enlarged A TTmfi 108$ Main Street. 7V. II.VUTKOIIH, i. LUCE. IvIINTtVKY, OWKNSRORO, JiY Coated and M,k clmrgc. Will make careful estimates on all kinds ol buildings, and rrmod-u- l old huiites. Motto "I.ivu uud let live." Q Will draw drafts from n nice, neat cozy cottage up to a liuc tun story ill limine. draw plans trio of IfJlJi TKll L Y It EF011T of Tin; Beaver Dam DEPOSIT BANK At thoCloso of Buainosa on 18tliday ol Juno 1801. KESOURCES, , f72,07S.87'J, Loans nnd Discounts . Overdrafts, seemed . . 264.11 uvcraraiis, unsecured . , 594.30 Due lrom Nalionnl Banks 11,1 1558 Due lrom State banks and Bankers , , . 4S..I59' Banking house and lot , . 3,000.00 , Specie 2,633 jiy. Currency 2,014.00 Furniture nnd Fixtuies . . 1.50000 Current expenses 867.12 ... ... .... ?94, Capital stock paid iu,in Surplus lund Undivided profits . . Due Depositors Due National Banks cashes, 000.00 . . DueSt'tebanks&Sfteb'k'rs ... 8,250.00 4,204.02 . 56,571.67 59.00 54.6b' 1 $94,139-2- John 11. Dam Deposit Bank, a bank located nnd doing business in the town of Beaver Dam, in said county.being duly sworn, says that the foregoing is in nil respects a true statement of the condition of the said bank nt the close ot business on the 18th dny oljune, 1894, to the best of his knowledge nnd belief; nnd further says that the business of said bank has been transacted nt the location named, and not elsewhere; nnd that the nbove report is made in compliance with an official notice received from . the Secretary of State, designating the 18th dny of June, 1894, ns the-da- y on which such report shall be made. Subscribed nnd sworn to before me by John H. Barnes, the 20th day of June, 1894. Rowan Houirook, Clerk Ohio County Court By Shrmiy Tayiok, D. C. J. II. Bankes, Cashier R. P. IIocKRK, Director,, Jno. H. Baiinks, I, P. Baiinahd, re-po- tt County oi Ohio, j Barnes, Cnshierof Beaver Static oi Kentucky, "J $ i im. t g$ Mail? 4 - 3fcrff: Before J. (tofer 'jri( ' ' You could get along somehow without a Wrap, but now that the ; season is advanced ' tPie ft all Trade with Pair Pros. & Co. Best utukiwcar nt l'nir Dros. & Co. Caps 'cm nil leaders. Fair Bros. & Co. the l'ulr Bros. & Co. want your eggs and feathers. Boys overc ats from $1,25 at h'air Bros & Co. New line prints 5c per yard at Fair Droa, & Co. (Garments V:- -' Biggest litis of ladies cloaks iiroj. & Co. nt jA.ro I a necessity. Fair Bros.' $' Co. have placed on a sale a very desira-- . 4,ble line in Fall and Winter '.. weights, at cheaper prices than these which Chcnppst and most stylish cioaks t Kair Bros & Co. Out of sight, l'air Bros. & Co. '3 millinery and cloaks. Col, S.liTDent, yesterday. Lcltchfield, was porations or concentrated wealth, and his sterling patriotism and devotion to the interests of the masses has kept him absolutely freufrom the undue domination or control of any of the above named interests. In short he has always dared to do right and never hesitated to advocate such nil the measure as he deemed best people, and especially for the best InI have known terest of the masses. him well for thirty yeats or more! residediu n few miles of him. As n citizen his walk has been true. As a lawyer he has been able and true to his calling. When quite young, in 1862, he was elected County Judge in 1S66, and again in nnd 1878 he was elected to that office and in 1882, and besides has BEAVER DAM. Happenings and Personals as Rrnoitcd by our Regular Correspondent. A large number atten ded church nt Liberty Sunday, Mr. John Bir, wife and children spent Sunday in Prentis, the guest of Mr. James Rlchmoned and family. Misses Miybelle and Vienna Sow-dcr- s, who have been in Morgantown for the past two months, spent Sunday nt home. Mr. Tom Suratt, Morgantown, was also in town. Miss Rose Taylor is again in Central City. Mr. J. II. Nave spent Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday in Owens-bor- o and Whitesville. Miss Rosa Williams, Elizabeth town, is here visiting her brother.Mr. Will Williams. Miss Sara Collins, Hartford, spent Sunday night at the Austin House with Miss Dora H. Gibson. Mr. D. Taylor has built n beautiful cottage and has recently moved into it. Mr. R. P. Hocker and family will move into their new home in a few days. Messrs. John Bir and Ltithur Render have buildings near completion. Rev. I, II. Teel and family will ' move into the cottage on main street, formerly occupied by Mr. D. Taylor. Mr. Rob Stewart and family have moved into the cottage on the Sow -der's farm. Messrs. C P. Austin and Byron Barnes spent Sunday in the country at Mr. G. II. Barnes'. Mr. Gordon Young, Rockport, was in town Saturday. Misses Bessie Nave, Attye nnd Sade Austin were in Hartford Saturday evening. Mr. T.J. Smith, wife and daughter, Willie, Hartford, spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. J. II. Nave and wife. Mrs, Dr. Hunt, Huntsville, spent the past week with herson.H.D Hunt. fr in lo.vn filled other important offices. Men's good solid boots $1.25 per piir nt Fair Bros. & Co. Did you know that Fair Urol. & Co. arc selling the cloaks? When times were flush and money easy to get. you can get '", a bcatiful cloak or wrap for To-da- y the bill if you buy your shoes of Fair Bros. & Co. Hvery firmer should price l'air Hro3 & Co.'s shoes before buying. You can foot ConsiJcring the weather Fair Bros. & Co's cloak trade hns been immense. For best brands of flour, meal call on T, II. Bean, on Union Street. 13.41 Ooo-l- VfifiY .Uash. LI55L;fi We have the prettiest stock of Dress that can be found. CAitso.v & Co, s Perhaps the Tariff did it '"' perhaps nojjf. At any rate, the T'ciithcr proves that Plenty of misses hoods and fascitia-nate- s at Fair Bros. & Co. They have the stock bought nt correct prices Bradley at Court House to-morro- Mr. W. G. Hardwick will leave JNQVjr ' . yoa need onftj the old reliable house of. next week for Denver, Col., where he . -- , .yr J J9k , And Fair Bros. & Co. arc prepared to meet your demands. In fact the ?' best place to trade is with Mrs. will make his future home. Hardwick will join him in about one month. Our people regret very much to lose them, but nil join in wishing them n pleasant and profitable life in the West. Mr. Hardwick thinks his health will be better by the change. Conl, I Johnson nnd Mosely Coal Bank to Albert Rial and have opened another coal bank on the farm of J. W, Reeks, thtee miles east ot town. Send me your orders and I will guarantee you good coal. Respectfully, N. GALI.AGim. have sold my interest in 'hI. the I riv- -. v. v Mii ju...A ltiitMrll'N Wllliilrimnl. "ijniroK Kki'uhmcax: I deem ital-mounnecessary forme to make a denial of the charges made in the last issue of The Herald in regard to the withdrawal of Mr. Russell, the Populist candidate for Congress, but, lest someone may be deceived by the base insinuations I wish to say that I had nothing whatever to do with Mr. Russell, s withdrawal either directly or Hear Brad!ej Fuum, Novkmiujr 2, 1894. I do not even know Mr. indirectly. Russell and never had a line of corStop nt the Commercial Hotel. Baled'haynt T. II. Hem's. t respondence with him iu my life, and The newest thing in n Hat is nt Car- never met him nt Iilizabethtown or Mr. 0veti Willi 1.11s lus typhoid son it Co's elsewhere, for the purpose of securing fever. I believe Mr. RusDr. IJ. W. Ford was in Fordsville his withdrawal. l Miss Isab.-- Mcllcnry is visiting sell to be a gentleman and above the last week, friends in Iuisville. charge of 'bargain nnd sale" attriTwo spools ot thread for 50, at Car- Mrs, Dr. I;, W. Kuril has been quite buted to him by the Herald, and in sou & Co's. 8iek lor 8.cvu.il days this connection it miy be well to turn Mr J G Wilson, Rosiue, was in the question, "Can He Deliver the Mr. SainTC Rltou'.s. Wtsterfitld, town Tuesd.iv. Goods?" back to the Herald to ancalled to see us Tucr.d ly Mr. I.. V. Towns, Ceralvo, was 111 swer with respect to its party in Mrs John J. ,M::i'irv .mil Mm Kansas, Nebraska and Colorado where town Salic day Sallie Cate left j e'tetdaV for I,oui.svilie they haul in their tickets and endorse If you arc in need of Clothing, go the Populists, Jerry Simpson and all. Miss liva Morton entertained a few to Carson & Co. I plead guilty to the charge of takof her many friends Wednesdaycven-i- n You will find tli it the stock of cloaks ing the same train at Beaver Dam ff. is at Carson St Co's with Mr. J. P. Miller, but it was Go to T. II. IJeau, on union Street, Mr. Miller was on only accidental. Go to Carson &Co. and get n pair for best flour, meal, luau, hay, com Shoes. his way to attend the Masonic Grand of the celebrated or wheat, shlpstufT, it etc. Lodge nt Louisville, and I going to We have just received a big stock Cincinnati 011 business. Mr. Miller is Hon. W. O. Bradley speaks at the ofUoots and Shoes. Causon & Co. a genial good traveling companion, evening. Court House and I am if he is nn We want all of your country When you come to hear him, be sure always very glad to meet with him. Cakkw & Co. to get jour dinner nt the CommerOnly n "drowning man" would catch cial Uotif, Others follow, but the Commercial to such n straw. C.M.Baknktt, Hotel is always in the lead. Mr. (5. C. Westerfield, the painter, Ch'ni'n Con.Dist. Com. has just completed a beautiful sign Don't fail to visit our Cloak depart-"meri- t. Mr. for J. B, Foster's Cash Store. Causos & Co. Westerfield is an expert painter as is n wife of Dr. K. B. Born, to the his work js.always the best. last Thursday, the 25th. a llllllrr Collllljr I.nllrr. Mr. Albert McCrocklin has moved fine girl. Editor F. & L. Journal; AnnuDKRN, Butlbr Cou.sty.Ky.; with his family back to Hartfoid When y on vote next Tuesday, re He left here two years ago for IndiOct. 12 Dear Sir: Please permit, member the Commercial Hotel, and me to say a few words to numerous ana, but concluded there was no place get a good dinner. like Hartford, hence his return. We readers touching the race forjudge Mrs. W. T. Sing, Tallapoosa, Ga., of the Court of Appeals. I am un- gladly welcome he and his family. is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. known to many of you readers nnd Mr, M, Bemi happened to quite a Dr. F. B. Pendleton. will first say that I have ever been a painful accident Wednesday evening, farmer and laborer. That I was once Mrs. W. 1 1. Moore, Sulphur Springs, lie had gone down to the woods to a Demoacrat but was among the first gather nuts, and, while looking up visited her daughter, Mrs. K. W. to enter the greenback party and supinto n tree, n large hickory nut fell, Ford, the first of the week, ported Peter Cooper and remained a striking hint just below his right eye, Mr. an 1 Mrs. W. II, Griffin and zealous greeu backer till thi party Dr. 12. cutting a considerable gash Ch.irley, and Wayne Griffin became extinct. I promtly entered W. Ford was called in and dressed sin, the People's party and have voted the were in Rockpjrt last week. the wound and Mr. Bean is now able ticket ever since. I served several to be out. Mr. Martin Collins has gone to years as County President of the F. Chicago, where he has a position & L. Union. The People's party One of the prettiett events of the with the Central Coil & Iron Co. has no candidate for the Judge of the season was the Hnlloween party given of Appeals. The importance 1. idles of Hartford on by thejoung Mr. D, F. Tracy put a new force Court Wednesday evening at Masonic Hall. pump in the well recently Pored in of the Court ol Appeals can not be The invitations were sent in Knglish front of Williams & Bell's drug store overestimated. It is the Court of last resort. It says what the comwalnut hulls, wrappe in Hsiue piper. Mjn lay. mon law is.Itcousttiiesthestatue laws young folks beAt seven n'clock the enacted by the Legislature. It .can degan to gather in. The hnll was beaucide any law enacted by the Legislatifully decorated with autumn leaves ture unconstitutional and nil its dew. They drew and chrysanthemums. cisions nre binding upon nil other for partners and the evening wus courts of the state are iu fact the law Rev. A. B. Smith and wife, most pleasantly spent, dancing unwent to Daviess county Mon- of the land. The people may proo'clock, when they were intil eleven cure the enactment of good law yet vited to th? second floor to a bountiful day, to see Miss l'atsy Tharp.Mrs. an incompetent or perverse Court supper, which had been prepared by Smith's sister, who is very sick r might nullify the same by holding the young ladies. At a late hour they Rev. R. A. Crowe has accepted n them to be uncontltutional or by putltfi for their respective homes feeling that they would long remember the position in J B. Foster's Cash Stote, ting a false constmction upon them, Those where he wishes all of his friends to hence we should take care that the ;Jist day of O'tober, 1894, "Bob" is a first-cla- s right meu are elected. Judge Reeves present were:Misses Irenc.Uobarda.Co-rinn- e call and ee him. salesman, upright gentleman nnd or Judge GufTy will be elected. Cox, Bertia Morton Bdtn Grifis a valuable Addition to this popular Judge GufTy was raised on a farm fin, Jennie Quisenberry, Rtta Thomas, amoug the people. etiured to toit in Bee Brown, Pnrkie Gregory, nnd May trading place. Belle Bro'wu, Messis. Ton Baker, J. Brad-le- y his youth but chose the profession of law nnd his business and associa1. Thomas, Jnuies Sanderfur, C. tion have made him familiar with Field, Ernie Morton, Clinrley Rogers. all classes of our people. Ills broad John Vnught, Henry Nall.C Armendt, ow hud liberal intellect has kept him ee Heavrln mil Wayne Griffin, from entertaining or imbibing any K. Cox and' vcroues Mrs. S undue prejudice against Capital, Cor- vvTlionias, ZV. " st 4-- f FAIR & I CO. m He was a just Judge nnd n faithful nnd efficient officer, His ability as a hwyer, his integrity ns an officer, his ntonl courage and the purity of his privntc life all point to him as one preeminently qu ilified for the high office to which he aspires. Thceflorts of Judge GulTy in behalf of the Greenback and People's parties are too well known to need repetition hetc, as are also the sacrifices he made in accepting our nomination for General in 1891. It is true he has returned to the Republican party from whence he came. I presume that he thought lie could better serve the people by so doing I presume that he thought the business depressions and financial ruin brought upon the country bv the Democraic patty could be lelieved or dissipated only through the Republican party hence with the moral ccurage that has ever characterized him, he returned to the Republicans where he had always been since the war, except when acting with the Greenback and People's party. It seems to me that every People's party man ought to vote for Judge GufTy. The failure to do so would, it seem to me, contradict our professions. It would seem to say that we will not aid the masses at all unless we can do so by electing our own party nominee. We all ought, as I think, to vote for Judge GufTy, not because he is a Republican, but because he is in nil respects well qualified for the office and his whole life proves that he will be a just Judge, and will mete o'ltjiiiticeto all parties alike without fear and without prej- udice. If we all vote for him he is sure to be electe 1. His defeat is possible if we do not v ite for him. We can easily vote the People's party or populist ticket by stamping under our own device (The Plow and Hammer) and then stamp in the square to the right of the name B. L. D. GufTy, in the Republican column; you will then be counted for your own ticket entire nnd for Judge GufTy. There is no danger of spoiling the ballot nor of being counted for any of the Republican cauidates except Judge Guffy. So do not let his enemies scare You out" of voting for him 011 the idea that it will hurt your own ticket or spoil your own ballot. The Republican ticket will be, I presume, just to the left of your own ticket and probably Judge Guify's name will be near the top of the Republican column, but be that as it may stamp in the square to the right of his name. The iuipoitance of the election is my only cxcusi for writing this letter. S. H. Austin. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder World's Pair Highest Awnrd. ., Sunday was a beautiful day nt Sulphur Springs; the weather being fine nnd pleasant; the woodland and fields with its golden hue hail on their mourning garments for the death of summer, nnd the birds wnrbled their songs sorrowingly over happy days past; the squirrels was tripping from lim to limb or sitting high up on a hickory tree, eating the rich fruits the autumn brought them. Rev. Ferryman filled his appointment nt 10 o'clock, warning sinners to flee thee rath to come and exhort ing christians to live faithful to the end. At two' o'clock a party of nine being, Miss Dorcas Cole and Mr. Fonzo Medkiff, Miss Arminta Cole and Mr. I. S. Stevens, Miss Bell Hamilton and Mr. Robert Lee went hickory-nu- t hunting The wood was covered with fresh fallen leavesandtheground was carpeted with beautiful and rich green grass, decked here and there with lovely wild flowers that had escaped the frost. The autumn winds blew softly, the trees with their golden hue and the birds singing their sweet holiday songs, and the sun sent its glittering rajs through the cloud-les- s sky, presented a scene that that party will never forget. At the close of an hour and a half the party started home, well pleased with their success of getting all the hickory-nut- s they wanted. At night Rev. G. J. Bean filled his first npp'ointment at Sulphur Springs and quite a crowd was out to hear him. S,C I. AinlU'p-- NITI.IltItM,.UM.S. Westerfield nnd Mr. E Tracy were welcome visitors last Monday morning. Hartford Collcce now has a first. class laboratory, and thcchcniistry class, which begins next week, will be better equipped to give a thorough knowledge of that study than they formerly have been. We are also ptoudof our Geological cabinet, contining some very finespeci mens from all over the country. Piof. Foster will deliver a series of lectures next week on "Evolution," which we know will be interesting as well as profitable. We shall be glad to receive a geological specimen from anyone, and will place your name and date on the same. w rroKriimmc Meeting of Rosine Magisterial District, to be held at Cane Run Church, Saturday, Nov.24, For Teachers' '94: Programme. Welcome Address.E. P. Taylor. Respo'nsive Address, R. C. Jarnagin. How to prevent whisper ing, Jno. B. Taylor, G. W. Miller and W. G. Stewart. Recitation. Miss Bettie Martin. How to secure regular attendance at school, Alice Plumiuer, D, II. Godsey and E. P. Taylor. ' Noon Recess. Infinitives and Participles, Miss Sue Monroe, J.H.Leach and J. N. Likins. Should we have scliool exhibitions, W. M. Likins, J. L. Brown and W. G. Stewart. Cube Root, Miss Mollie Tunstall and L. N. Worley. , I will place my accounts in the hands of an officer lor collection if not settled within thirty days. Enos McCokmick, M.D, J. Of District W. M. Likens, ) L. Brown, Com. Sun Monroe, I Ilrport No. J College Hem-- .. One term closes this week and much hard work has been done, by both teacher and student. We feel that this term has been one of the most profitable in the history of the college. Great interest has been manifested throughout each day. The pupils have seemingly been more eiger to grasp the golden opportunities that are afibrded, and more perSCHOOL NOTliS. Miss Dora Gibson spent Sunday at sistent in their efiorts to reach that goal that is daily pointed to us by her home in Hartford Miss N. May Friend spent Tuesday our teachers, and who in their unerring pride, and cleaseles3 effort night with Miss Dora R. Gibson. Misses Ella Sowders, Abbie Met-- 1 strive to lead us farther away from calf and Victoria Williams and Mr. the lowly things of lifetoa spherethat Perry Hunt are absent on account of glitters in Glory's sky. We are expecting several new stusickness Miss Mng Clark was present at X dents next term. Misses Carrie Woerner and Oma Monday morning. Miss Clark will Smith. organize a vocal class Friday night. Miss Rosa Williams was a welcome visitor Tuesday afternoon. We are clad to have Miss Pollv 21, for term ending Oct. 12, '94: Herbert Stanley 89, Albina Stanley 89, Leonard Davenport 89, Mirtie Wilson 93,Nora Wilson 93, Bermce Growbarger 03, Birch Wilson 92, Clarence Dennis 90, Hase Dennis 84, Loyd Holland 92, Edna Davenport 92, Maggie Ferguson 93, Fred Stanley 90, Willie Stevens 87,Roscoe Wilson 92,' Pete Poiles 84, George Growbarger 89, Herman Growbarger 88, George Ferguson 88, Chester Miller 89, Mabel Holland 90, Lizzie Ferguson 87, Daisy Stanley 90, Ray Holland 92, Charlie Elliott 91, Nora Elliott 90, Ella Cole 86, Yuccas Cole 95, George Wilson 95, George Poiles 90, George Holland 95. Ebon Hawes 65, Roy McGrue 95, Pearl Williams 90, Harry Griffin 95, Eddie Adkins 95, Rosa Hoops 95, Clarence Hoops 86, Palace Von 85, Luther Smith Lavada Sophia Davidson, A.j..... - :.. . ..:.i. .... I The R.E G'swill entertain Thanks- giving evening. Attve. Weak Mothers iucon-eoivablo f Prof. Lytic gave an instructive lecture on Chemistry last night nt the Y. M. C A. rooms, which was listened to by a fair audience consisting principally of young men. Owensboro Messenger. Fur JikIjcc flnfry. Ky., Oct. 22, '94 To whom it may concern I am well acquainted with Judge B. L. D. GufTy, and have been for a number of years. I know that he is true to the people and has the best interests of the common people at heart. For this reason I am for Judge GufTy for Judge of the Court of Appeals. Every body that knows me, knows that lam a Populist, right in the middle of the road. Respectfully. Chas. Dukiiin.Jk. (Mr. Durbin was a delegate to the late Constitutional Convention irom Grayson County.) SlIUKWSHBRV, and nil women who aro nursing babies, derive nhnost benefits from tho nourishing properties of Scott's Emulsion This is tho most nourishing food known to science. It enriches tho mother's milk and gives her strength. It also makes babies fat and gives moro nourishment to growing children than nil tho rest of tho food they cat. Scott's Emulsion has been prescribed by physiciana for twenty years for Eickets, Marasmus, Wasting Diseases of Ohildren, Coughs, Golds, Weak Lungs, Emaciation and Consumption. Stndfor pamphlet on Scott's Emulsion. FREE. Scott . Downo, N. Y. All Druggists. 80 cents and SI. . .. - Polls close at 4 p. m. A.' s c?)t Wear-for-cv- 13-.- pio-duc- c. Pen-dleto- v D. Whitevvish-eto say to the trading public that he has a full line of Stoves, both C ooking and Heating; and also a Polls close at 4 p. m. complete line oi grates, which he will sell cheap. If you need anything in his line it will pay you to call on him. lie also has a full line of the very best of groI ( I irane5 ploiel Owensboro, Kentucky. BEST FARE. m OPPOSITE TEXAS DEPOT. Pure blood is absolutely necessary in order to enjoy perfect health. Hood's Sarsaparilla purifies the blood NO LIQUORS SOLD. and stengthens the system. Itviitllwc llrclr. , The first eleven pages I'rocrnin r Hie llitrllnril Tonrliero' of British g. &. NO INEBRIATES KEPT. THE PATRONAGE OF ALL GOOD PEOPLE SOLICITED. i ST-A.KC3LJ- I, - - IFlTOiP'r- - Folk Lore fi. R. Ray. Note of Literature Relating to British Folk Lore L. M. Sanderfur. The Fairie Queen William Foster. Boadicea and sketch of the Author C H. Ellis. Tristram of Lyonesse L T Barnard. Guinevore A. P. Taylor aud S. J. JetMeGive richenor. of Tennyson Liura Biography Render. Chilis Roland R. A. London and Miss N. Mny Friend, The Voyage of the Mieldune T. J. Morton. Tain O'Shauter Elmo Williams nnd Mrs. J A. We ldlng Biography ol Robert Burns Dora E Gibson The Subject of Punshment and Moral Instruction will be discussed lrom the topical outline found in White's School Management. The meeting will be held Saturday, 1894, at Hartford. November, 10 Each teacher is expected and earnestly requested to be present nt 9:30 o'clock in order that he may get the full benefit of the work done during 0. M.Shuwz, the day. uu a vAMan SWELL DRKSED DOUBL TP&fr ceries, cutterly and general hardware. Ca!l on him. here last Sunday evening. The Sabbath School at this place has closed till . next Spring. Health is bad. Mrs. E. C. Wood-waris quite ill at this time. Mrs. II C.Shaver, is convalescent. Mrs. Emma Stevens i3 on the sick list. Mr. George Patton, is improving slowly. Bro, Robert Carson, I3 ointep I j 4 m n:iiki.k;iiii:i.. preached Cm A iVV BLESSED LEAVE YOUR MEASURE 1 1 DAn CONA&Hfi VITH CARSON & Allegro, t ttf..m vmu . a.. nt AbwlutclrpunsandttAolttoiiic, ''I With penntea set a , f tn la aam-pl- e trr n? wr Bradley at Court House to-morro- Ora. y, Highest Honors Awarded World wmrnm Fair. Instructor. 00 YOU Garments Well Fitting aadeto order "V i 'im A $.ic& CREAM WANT Situation? w &&& .llLbWltlX OF KV. UNIVERSITY. Jtv w CO. 81 time. 'U . QUAKER CITY BAKING POWOER 1st Mm rVJ w . . 1 Hear IV. O. to-morr- at Court House at ono BAKING POWDTtt MOST PERFECT MADE. of Tartar Powder. Fre from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. A pure Grape Cream n......ll uuiiugu lexinqton.ky: uumwuiuiQi n.fU. Awardod Medal and Diploma By Um Trof. H, Vi. NinlMi, lor II year principal ol tb World'! Columblin EipoiHIon, (UnU. ...!, o'clock. llualnet Court, about tfO.liiclurilnK tuition, book, anil board. I'lionecrapbr, TjrpwrlUnanil Trlrcraphr lauzbt. IOJu.iiccrlul gradual. -I- UI 111 bank, an VI too ohlclala. No Vara! Ian. Kalvr Mow. Kentucky llnlvrnlty Diploma awartl.il our Krathiat... aurHpertal attention flv.n to arrnrlns altuatlona tor graduates, lluttlneM For antem of BaotchMvlM " to QvarrsI Cunt fttducwtlon. etc. comvlet. ut .' f Hon cat trl al'. all Fortucccu will not l UK Ot your Grocer 1 bu(- l- (0il) (Oiii) l low Failure there will never be : .... .... .... ,.. n..n.l I. on- - JlJ r kut . ; . 0 HI I. rtL , Claim, a place above the He your 7 day .... 0, Tho) who uiie Q. !L l , 'A rnr circular, adilrn. WILBUR R. SMITH, LEXINGTON, KV. 3 .Lj"l iVli : '' - .- ,. Hartford Republican dunusiini) uvvry Friday mornino HAJI A. ANI1I.1ISON JO. II. IMMJKlt.S just tho proper ngo to fill that high spondency, caused by a realization Tub bull 'dozing tactics resorted to by tho Democrats regarding tho Brad-k- y speaking, didn't work worth a cent. They tried to dictate terms and to run rough shod over tho Republican Comuiitteo, but tho thing wouldn't work. Mr. Bradley's appointment was advertised for fivo days beforo anybody knew anything ot Mr. Kills' coming here, and it was tho height of political effrontery for tho Democrats to announce a speaker for the same day without consulting tho Republicans. Their schemo But thoy didn't. was to bulldoze all along tho line. IT)lirlrlir. i:iimr. aG, 1894. v Friday, Novkmhisk FOIl COUNTY We are authorized to announce Iv. T. Williams As the Democratic nominee for County Judge of Ohio county. Election, November 6, 1894. heritage to his friends and his party and his State. But in addition to all this tho Republican party of this District owes it to tho party and to Butler county, tho Bannor County of the District, to give Judgo Gully an We arc authorized to announce overwhelming majority. John M. Leach It is tho first timo Butler county As the Democratic nominee for the Republicans liavo asked for the eleoffice of Assessor of Ohio county. vation of ouo of their countymen to Klection, November 6, 1894. Thoy have alan important office. been truo to their party, henco ways Republican Tiokot. it would be rank party treason to bo the least indifferent to tho success of Judgo Gufly, their chosen nominee. Besides all this n Republican victory in this Appellate District would bo of immense advantage to our party, hence no stone should bo left unturned to eccuro tbo election of Judgo Gufly. Ho can and must bo elected, Domooratio Tickot. J MM! K, ofiico with honor to himself and benefit to the people. Ho is ripo in years and rich m legal lore and well ycrscd in nil that pertains- - to legal atlairs. Hi solo ambition would bo to bo a model Judge, pure and upright and leave au honorablo nnttio as a rich ol ccrtnin defeat, presumes entirely too much upon the ignorance and credulity of tho Democratic voters of the county. Thoy nro not nearly so ignorant as ono is forced' to concludo J. T. RUSSELL Malcoa a Plain Statomont in Roplyto a Lottor From Socrctary ol Ohio County Ropublican Com- that tho Herald considers them. Insult, is it? Well let's sco if it i. Following tho low tariffs of 1810, 1833, 1840, 1807 and tho Fico Trade threat of 1892 bavo corao with the unerring ccrtaiuty of fato, hard times, the breaking of banks, tho poverty of the people, tho cry for bread, tho distress of assignments, and the multiplied terrors nud hardships of suits, judgments and sheriff sales. In view of these undenied aud tcrriblo facts is not tho'udinouiuuu contained iu and tho warning thnt ono short seutenco worthy of tho serious consideration ot every conscientious voter? Wo repeat it. Vote tho Democratic ticket and advertiso youreelffor sale. Do that and invite the devastation and ruin that have overshadowed tho land like a pall during tho present Administration. Do that and endorse- - tho destruction that the Democratic party has wrought in tbo business interests Do that and thus of the country. invito taxed sugar and ten cent wool, and and fifty cent wheat, sheriff's sales tu mako this fair land their permanent abodo and tlio American peoplo their self sacrificed vicsoup-house- mittee Election, Nov. 6. John W. Lewis, of Washington county. For Appellate Judge B. L. D. Gufly. For Couuty Judge John P. Morton. For Sheriff Cal. P. Keown. For County Clerk D. M. Hockcr. For County Attorney E. P. Neal. For Assessor N. C. Daniel. For Jailer John W. Black. For Surveyor G. S. Fitzhugh. For Coroner Galin C. Westerfield. The persistent and inefficient ef- For Congress forts of tho Herald to blow hot and cold with tho Populists is becoming disgusting, and in view of tho mean and contcmptiblo slush and abuse that paper has nil along heaped upon that party and its candidates, it smacks of tho demagogue, tho hypocrite and the dishonest seeker for political advantage. Tho recent soft words the Jfcrald has been casting to tho Populists do not nt nil jingle with its forIn mer effusions concerning them. its issue of August 17, 1892, speaking ofGeu. Weaver, Populist candidate for President, the Herald says editorially: "Four more years find him disappointed and ho again is leading a qang of disappointed office seekers, calling themtehw tlie People's Party, and asking honest men to vote for him. Now there nre always more men who vote than there arc. who think. For this reason tho Third Party headed by their man Weaver, will get some voters in Kentucky and in Ohio county. To many who will vote with this party we have no way to appeal. They no not read nor they do not think. They only follow blindly a misguided or vicious leadership. But to the thoughtful, sensible and sincere men who thimc of voting with the people so fitly represented by Weaver, we want to appeal in tho name of reason and of manhood and in the name of this Southland, which we love and which this man has lot 110 opportunity to villity to these men we would come as ouo of them and ask if the rainbow this new party is chasing can lead them to support a political adventurer and atraducerof our people,8ueh as o gang of malcontents have found in this same old Weaver." In its very next issue speaking of Hon. Tom Pettit, who was the Populist candidate for Congress in tho Second District it says: "He (Mr. Pettit) is a transparent fraud, dug up by the Third party," Everybody remembers the villification and abuse, which the Herald bestowed upon Representative Wesley Crowe, upon Mr. J. P. Miller, Populist candidate for Circuit Clerk in 1892 and upon Mr. F. W. Pirtlo, Populist caudidate for tho Legislature in 1893. The abuse that demagogue sheet is now heaping upon Mr. Russell is of the same kind and character and its pretenso of sympathy for the Populists is cringing hypocrisy of the deepest and most detestable dye. tims'. magistrates: Hartford A. S. Aull. Rosine C. I,. Woodward. Ciomwell Jont B. Wilson. Fordsville J. A. Boiling. Buford Hartford Hosea Shown. constable: Rosine Thomas Allen. Cromwell R. B. Martin. Fordsville James Oiler. Buford STORY The OP REFORM. TARIFF Congressional Democratic Committee is eaid to have printed 1,000,000 copies of cartoons which draw the deadly paiallcl on the old and newTarifla. Copies of this same cartoon or one equally unreliuble are sticking on stable doors and other places about this town now. The obunthinking ject is to deceive Economist people. The American draws the following deadly parallel, which it will pay every voter to read carefully: Labor rises in the "Labor rises in morning with no shirt on his back, the morning under with "Cleveland badge" trousers to Democratic cover Ins legs, and the coat on the Tariff with a re Englishman on the The other side. duction of taxes bottom has rusted but of his tin pan on his flannel shirt during the months of enforced idle of 7o per cent.; ncss. He drinks his water lrom a his trousers, 75J1 gourd and dries his face and hands in per cent, and his the cool currents of thestreet corner. coat, 74; percent, lie shivers around an untaxed hearth He washes his lace and sends his chil dren to glean fuel and hands in a along the streets, or gets free coal bucket reduced trom tlie passing trains. He eats 28per cent., and his frugal break fast from a Welsh dries them witu a tin plate, with his fingers for forks cotton towel re rnd his broken pocket knife. Yes, duced 35 per cent. lie smokes a clay pipe and hears in He puts some coal solemn sadness that "lumber is reduced 46J5 per free" and the mills are idle that cot cent., in a stove ton is less than 5 cents a pound, yet reduced 33JJ per he don't have a nickle. That "cop cent.; eats a break per is free" and he can 't earn an non fast from a plate est copper. That "wool is free" and reduced 45,; per that England iiov controls the wool of the cent., and with a market As for world. knife and fork re- binding twine, he asks his farmer duced 53 percent., friend what that means, and the and seasons his answer comes that it is the cordage food with free salt. with which the Cleveland Admin Then he smokes istration hasbound American labor to He his clay pipe re the stake. draws on the tat duced 80 per cent., tered remnant of an overcoat left and reads that un from Republican days, and goesout der Tariff Reform to kick lumsell binding and "curse his lumber, twine, grain bags, dav bagging, cotton His wile Uoil copper, salt, wool pity her! wears a and agricultural woolen dress kept implements a r e from 'better days,' free. He then and sighs in vain draws on his over for enougii to uuy coat reduced 75 a iresu new can per cent, and puts co at lour cents a on his hat reduced yard. With "hats per cent reduced 70 per 71 0 ins wile wears a cent." she patches woolen dress re and darns, leaving duced 75 percent., her children a hat reduced 70 with 'shoes percent., woolen educed 20 per stockings reduced cent.' she lias a 74; per cent. .and whole family bare suoes reuuecu 20 footed. WHAT THEY SAY. I'ACTS AS rOUND. the Many aro tho methods resorted to by the Democrats to deceive the voters into voting tho Democratic Without saying whether the ticket. lime ever was when the Democratic party could win by telling the truth, most assuredly ol ull times in its could not win now by that means. Nobody is more sensibly aware of that fact than the Demo, cratic leaders themselves. Deception is the only hope for Democintio success. Deception was their only hope in 90 aud again in '92. It is their only hope now. Tho Democratic party is afraid of the truth aud henco the various means resorted to in order to arouse tho pas'inns and prejudices of men and to appeal to the supposed ignorance of the people. They can no louger cry Force Bill and nigger domination 111 this county aud thoy resort to other menus equally as deceptive and uufair. The Democratic Congressional Headquarters have prepared and sent out to the newsposters vnrioin ilpapers, and for to show tho lustration purporting reduction in prices of various articles by the Wilson bill. They are not calculated to instruct but to deceive. The Democratic bosses and whoop-ers-u- p wiuk at each other with a knowing wink when they see a voter looking over one of these pictoiul I'ictorul lies would bu illustrations. a better and more truthful epithet. A farmer in this county owns a flock of sheep that under the ley law was worth 8300, and the wool sold forSlOO. clip for ono year This year under the effect of threatened Free Tiado in the Wilcon Bill, he sold his wool clip from the same Mc-Ki- GitiiKNsnuRO.Kjfr , Oct , 3o,'94 W. A. Gibson, Sec'y Ohio county Rep. ljx. Com. Deah Siu: Yours of the 27th just From the clipreceived and noted. ping from The Herald that you enthat your In Louisville the Owner. Journal closed, it seems Courier-Journa- Democratic l, will editor, like the and tho Democratic bosses aro crying not tell the truth when he can make "nigger," "nigger party" anil "nigYes it is true that I a lie fit better. ger domination" at tho Republicans never saw Mr, C. M. Harnett iu my and Republican candidates. In Hurt-for- d life.but heard othim nsneandidate for the Democratic bosses arc hug- Congress two years ago I did not ging, and baiting, and treating, and even know the name ot the Republicwallowing with tho negroes, nud us- an District Chairman till I received ing every means fair or foul to gull your letter. If I ever saw Mr. Miller them iuto voting tho Democratic I do not remember him. I certainly ticket. Twenty-fiv- e years ago Dem- was not at Klizabcthtown three weeks ocratic candidates iu this county ago nor have I been in Hardin counboasted that they belonged to the ty since the Hardin County Convention held on September 8th. I'll also white man's party this is Democracadd that I have never received a lct-ryfrom any Republican CommitteeBruoitB the Democrats camo into man, ornny other Republican, since power a bushel of wheat would buy my noMjlitioii, except yours of the 17 pound of ugar. Now a bushel 27th, inswvliich came after my withol wheat will buy only 7 or 8 pounds. drawal, and one from Mr. Lewis deAnd yet the Democratic bosses ex- clining to accept my challenge to deOn the same day I received bate. pect tho people to vote the DemocratMr. Lewis' letter I received one from ticket. ic Mr. Montgomery on the same subEntry patriotic citizen is interest- ject. ed iu having a majority of RepublicI think Montgomery's friends ate ans in tho next Congress. All inter- trying to find a There ests demand it. You have nn oppoi-- t is no doubt they arc in a close place. unity of having a part in this good As for myself and all the Populists I am intimately acquainted with, we work by voting for Lewis. will support Mr. Lewis. We have Fouutuun pounds of sugar for 81, had enough free wool, sheep, hay, instead ot twenty pounds, and fifty &:., to last us until we arc sure of cents a bushel for wheat instead of electing sonic one who will not vote 81.25 as promised this is Democrafor the interest of the Manufactur, of cy. which there is not a single one in Montgomery's district, and against rulnr St AMI fhn ho tint crm limit Hiitivi tho his fanner constituents who number w iiiv waiiu tiiunivi eagle and it there is any scratching up into the thousands Green Riv done let the eagle do it. Mr. Montgomery's supporters are er Republican. trying to use my withdrawal as an electioneering scheme. When I sell Wi: are sure to win if the Repubmy principles I will purchase morlicans go to tho polkand vote straight. phine with the proceeds and end my VorKfor tho welfare of yourself, career I would have left the race a week youi family and your country. sooner, but Mr. Montgomery was anThe straight Republican ticket will nounced to speak in my county and win. Vote that way. it having been rumored that I was afraid to meet him, I was anxious to Vote for prosperity and against prove to the contrary. hard times. Very Resp'y Yours, J. T. Russei.r.. Vote your sentiments. cr bug-a-bo1 : . Tin- - llnl llnril I'lmlii Cur. people for eggs shipped to us by Pho- - ; A D. Taylor, the Heaver Dam foreign farmers, a sum amounting to has located his Photo Car tographer, $i9.9497i7i being enough money to' iu Ilaitord and will make Pictures build the capitol of the United States, here every Saturday morning till and the White House with all the Hartford Photo Car. Mr. This noon iu the adornments of the grounds. Taylor will be found at his home should be the farmer's profit. Mont. galleiy in Heaver Diun balance of the gomery ' voted for free eggs. Now time. We are glad to say he ranks I my friends, we lived on the medicine Phntoirrntihers ill' I 1.1. tl.r.- niili-n- t ," i portioned out to us by a Repub- lli twin in- lMist class work guaruii;&p State. lican doctor and the Democratic doc- the " " teed. tor made us believe that we would "When beauty comes he tnkes it; starve to death on such physic and so If there is none he makes it." we tried the Democratic Free Trade pill and whatarcthecousequen-ces- ? v .Nollt'flo l.oir Mrii It both pukes and purges. How I am now ready to buy a limited long do you think we can live on such treatment? I was hoping that number of saw logs and will be iu the Democrats would show Mr. Hartford on Monday nud Saturday of Montgomery that theydidnotapprovc each week alter the 15II1 hist, unci of his way of doing business in the will be glad to meet nil who wish to e address is primary. This I think would have contract. My Sulphur Springs, Ohio county, Ky. been sufficient, but boodle nud promResp'y W, II. MooitE. ises has beaten the Democratic party. nt4 It is alleged that Mr, Montgomery promised the Democratic county candidates from $500 to $ 1000 to help them out if they would carry the county for him. I don't know how true it is, as I don't see any ac& but count if it in the Courier-Journa- l, strange that the canit looked a little 1 v5ssw v didates were not divided on this question like the people they were solid Sowcic their relafor Montgomery. tions nud near friends. He it So or not we were beaten. We did our part. We went to the polls without "IftiSiMJlBfW either pay or promise aud voted lor n man that we did not know for the sake of Democracy. Now if they me Jfra. M. K. Il'ndo UtoM'WAll, Trim. beaten they cannot blame us, we are for Democracy, equal rights, exclusive privileges to none. We know of a man or a set of men voting the principles that it is our dtuy to down Kldnoy and Llvor Trouble by any possible means conceivable. If and Norvous Doblllty we don't arc we loyal to our country? 10 Years of Bufforlng Endod by Now my friends, I will close. 1 guess Taking Hood's. some of you will say that this is n "C. I. lloo-- l A Co., Urll, MaM.J Republican scheme. It is nothing of "Tbo effect ol Hixxl's HArMiurllLt In rnyciio ' It far urwuei been truly the kind. No Republican has had hateother nieilleliiomtrrcloiu.erer taken. Fur 1 I have any anything to do with it. I could show jeifri I troubled with torpid ller, kldiiejr ili'tillltr. mid u you one thousand of tlwir mistakes ir.viht.. ml I A Hotploss Invalid. I had time, but I am a farmer aud if JUrMarin.i for Ihrea 1 hT been taking Mode' never made a public stKecii nor wrote Diantli and I leel that I aia curtxl. I teel belter thank a piece for publication before. Hoping tow than I h fir sixteen )er. I & Uol tint, for my health, ami C I.I Hi""-- ron- .that you will go t the polls next eeonil, for Howl's turaurllla. luro Tuesday and vote as every tiuc American should, I will close, T meiiilril It to all mr nelKhbors ami several of D.uil. GiiEKN, ,. post-offic- ;'4- - . T - ifl n iaBL VrnKMtrnPinm A Helpless Invalid ! Hood's5?.Cures! fflcleuUy, on tlio wun coot tliemato mini: IIihI' San.ip.ul results. I amMje.ir olit mill feel better than I Slnml try Your linn- -. DlST HEAtMJUAUTItKS4T!tCON: Rr.i Com , Hartiord. Oct 31, '94 1 illilatW .Mil.". K. W'AUK.MoiieoaU.Tcnn. Hood's Pills aet easily, et promptly aud bowels. 13c Unr aud ) Vote Republican. Vote straight. A wort! to llriunrrnlic KrnlnrUy. Volrrn ol Vote early. Polls close at 4 p. m. - - bare-limbe- d: 1 percent." JUDGE GUFFY. will soon bo here. Wo again call attention to the importance of electing Judge Gudy to bo Judge of the Ccurt of Appeals. That ollico is one of tlio most important to bo filled. Mr. Guffy is in all respects well qualified, being ouo ol tho ablest lawyers in tlio State, a inau of tho strictest integrity and with courage sufficient t.o do right .under all circuni-Btuuce- s, without prejudice aad withHe is of out fear of ring or clique?. The election On some of the Democratic cartoons among pictoral illustrations and other things is a hank of yarn, on SniUdCU.i: ns it may our EuglUh which hangs a placard reading "wool- contemporary can not shuflle off tho en yarn reduced 249 percent." Now responsibility of taxed sugar. Tho if the piice oi woolen yarn has been Democratic party opposed frto sugar reduced percent, then some very when it was made free by the interesting facts should follow. The and then as Boon as they price of woolen yarn when the present came into power taxed sugar again. new Tarifi'Iaw was passed, was Tficts What could bo plainer? And yet tho per pound, which price if wo aro to Democratic speakers and editors try take the "illustration" at what it (ays to make it appear the Republican is reduced 249 per ceut.Now,getyour party is responsible for taxed sugar. slate and multiply 75cls, tho base by They as they may misrepresent, 219 per cent rate, keeping up the will, but thoy can not deceivo tho decimal point and see if the product, farmer, who got 20 pounds of sugar tho percentage is not one dollar and under the McKinley bill lor SI, hut This sum accor- who now ouly gets 14 pounds for - tho eighty-si- x cents. ding to the "illustration" represents enme money. tho amount of tho reduction in the Lkt every precinct do its duty price, or in ollici words you must subtract tho reduction, ouo dollar poll its lull Republican voto and tho Do not depend on ono cents from the75cts in fight is won. and eighty-si- x of tho or two or half or three-fourtorder to obtain tho present price of Mako will not subtract, you precinct doing all tho work. yarn. But it Try again, surely this Demo- u strong pull all along the lino. Get toy. cratic theory must bo truo. But no, out every voto iu every precinct aud Wo are the Democrats, wheu the returns it simply will not subtract, taking that "illustration" os truo come in, in the language of some oft though, uud we must get out of tho quoted mortal will say each unto the dilemma. Tho only way out is to other, " here aro wo nt?" subtract tho prico of tho yurn,seventy-fiv- o In 1892 tho Democrats promised cents, from tho reduction, ouo tho farmers ono dollar uud twenty-fiv- e cents, which dollar and eighty-si- x cents a bushel for their wheat if leaves 0110 dollar and eleven cents. thoy would elect Mr. Cleveland. The Still maintaining tho truth of tho farmers believed this falsehood aud "illustration" you go mtoa store and helped to elect him. The Democratic ask your merchaut for a hank of Administration has fulfilled this promyarn and if this Democratic theory ise by giving tho farmers fifty cents n is correct the merchant should give bushel for his wheat and giving him you the pound of yarn for nothing fourteen pounds of sugar for ono and pay you one dollar and cloven dollar. This is Democracy. cents to tako it out of his homo. But in fact will ho do it? No. Ho wi fTp)N July 10, 1892 Mr. Felix's paper, cents per tho Herald, iu speaking of tho lion. chargo you seventy-fivpound, the price nt which yarn was Tom Pettit, Populist candidate for selling on tho very day the bill was Congress, ualls him "Torn tit" aud passed. "tbo little giant anurchitt." This does not cbimo very well with tho Herald's Our thin riud contemporary on the recon t cheap bids for Populists supcorner pretends to tako great umport. brage at a lino in last week's Ri'run-i.ica- n, which read: "Vote the Dem John W. Lewis is the peer of any Voto tor him for Conocratic ticket and advertiso yourself Kentuckinii. Hilfc." Thai sheet in its fit cf dc gress. for flock of exactly the tame number, for only $50 aud tho flock itself is This man feels worth only 8 1 50. that he has been robbed of S4OO 650 on his wool clip and 8350 on the valWho did it? ue of his flock. The same is true of hundreds and thous ands of people everywhere iu every business. Another Ouio county farmer, we are informed, recently sold thirty head of sheep for 824. Free Trade won't do. AOiril 'lrom Mr. Ciiuh. Morgantown Ky. Oct. 26, 1S94. RJitor F. & L. Journal, Dear Sir:-- - I was for a time, Chairman of the People's party of the Third Congressional District. I was the People's party nominee for Sheriff in 1S92. I am forjudge Guffy for Judge of the Court of Appeals, and believe that the great mass of the Populists of this county nre for him and recommend him to all the friends of the people everywhere. M. M. Cook. i 1.1 Ilntrllly Imlonecl. Fordsvii.m;, Ky., Oct., 20, '94. Kditor F. & I,. U. Journal: Deah Sik; Please allow me space to second the Utter of Mr. S. II. Austin which appeared iu your issue ol Oct. 18th in behalf of the election of Judge Guffy. I am a true People's Party man and vote the ticket straigh', but as we have no candidate forjudge of the Court of Appeals, it docs seem tome that we ought to vote forjudge Guffy for the reasons given by Mr. Austin and for other reasons that might be given. We can easily do so by stamping under our own device which will vote our full ticket, then stamp iu the square to the right of the name of D. L. D. Guffy. We now have it" in our power to make sure the election of a true fiiend of the people who has all the qualifica- tions requited to fill the important office of Judge 01 the Court of Appeals. It does seem to me that we ought not to negket such an impoitant duty. It is true that he is the Republican candidate, but it is also true that if he is elected he will make us a just Judge and will always be true to the people. The history of his life fully attest his devotion to the masses. Judge Guffy would adorn the Supreme bench of our State Let us all see to it that he is elected. Yours Respectfully, B. F. Wallace. Or. Price's Cream Baking Powder World'! Fair Hljheat Medal and Diploma. W, R. Smith's College, Lexington, Ky. Is tvhere clerks, farmer boys, nud othershave invested $90 for tuition and board for an education and are getting $100 and over n month now, This is a responsible codege. fpecial attention givtn to securing situations. Forcirculars to Prof.W.R. Smith, Lelingtou, Ky. When Oilier KhII Hood's Sarsnpatilla builds up the schattered system by giving vigorous action to the digestive organs, creatine an appetite and purifying the blood. It Is prepared by modern methods, possesses the gieatest curative powers, and has the mogt wonderful record of actual cures of any Tnkenly medicine in existence. Hood's. Hood's Tills are purely vegetable, anu ao not purge, pain or grinc. z$v j (Continued from outside ) Why not favor one commodity the same as the other, potatoes the same as peanuts? They both grow in the ground barley the same as rice, If Protection is a good thing I want my shaie of it if a curse I don't want to be cursed twice to some other lellow's once. Mr. Montgomery voted for all this class legislation and then comes out as a Democrat and asks us to support him, I could not nor would not if he was my daddy, I care not to what political party he belonged, nor upon what platform he was running. We owe it to ourselves, to our children and to our country to condemn all such class legislation. Now there is some difference in some of us Demo crats. Some are for Free Trade for revenue only. Some for a high Protection on such things as we can produce in the United States. So I guess you all looked at it just as I did, They could not reduce the tariff and make their words good and raise sufficient revenue, but they changed things all around, and upside down until we will be compelled to vote with the patty that is the nearest to our way thinking. There are two great political parties, pick out the one that suits you best, let that be Democrat or Republican, until something else comes in sight by which we can better our conditions, but let me say to you that if I was a Fiee Trader I would want everything cut in as it is I am no Free Trader, I was two years ago in favor of things being considerably reduced, but free wool has learned me a lesson. I am done with it. If you had a field of corn and if you had plowed say ten rows and that killed it, would would you continue plowing? Surely not. It is just so with the free wool business. Free Trade killed it, but our Democratic colleagues tell us that s it will teviveyet. It may alter of the sheep have been slaugh-teicI don't like these arguments. They say that Free trade knocked three dollars out of one ounce of quinine and it never survived it. Now how are the sheep to survive it? I know nothing in tegard to politics, only what I have read in the Courier-Journa- l, proclaimed by Henry Wattcr-soJames U. Heck, Cleveland, Stevenson and others. I did read Wilson's introductory speech on his Tariffbill, One part I remember well. It was where he said he gave the laborer in the manufactory free eggs. Another discrimination between the same people. The farmers wife takes her eggs to market, and a Free Trade market, at that, buys something with her eggs, say collars and cuffs, or a shirt for some of the family, she is charged one hundred per cent extra duty. Now some one will say that the farmer needs no protection, then why did they reduce the tariff on farm products? Wilson said that he had reduced provisions to the manufacturer. Lets take up some one article that the farmer has produced for the past eight or ten years preceding the McKinley law from 1883 to 1891. There were paid by the American three-fourthn, To the Republicans of the 4th Congressional District: The only possible chance for defeat to overtake our standard bearer in the contest, which cuds iicxtTuesday, is a failure to pjll the full Republican vote of the district. The utter disregard of the Democratic party for most of its pledges, and the wide spread ruin aud woe inflicted uhjii an innocent people by its bungling attemps to inaugurate what its statesmen arc pleased to call "t.u iff reform," have brought to our ranks hundreds of recruits, good men in every county who love country more than party, who as business men, farmers, laborers and mechanics have felt the withering effects ol Democratic supremacy and who arc no longer willing to aid, by their votes, the gaunt specter of want to go abroad in a land of plenty While the election of a Republican House of Representatives, so much desired this year, uuy not at once bring back the prosperous daj's of '92 it will at least stop Democratic tariff tinkeringand restore coiifiJence. While it may not at once reinstate the good prices which formerly ruled for tobacco, wheat, wool, sheep, horses, mules, and cattle, it will prevent n father reduction ami rebuke the party responsible for the unheard of low prices of all thes; arti.'lel. Wemust not for a moment suppose that the present Representative from this district can be defeated without continuous and hard work. In his lace heretofore, both before the people aud for Democratic nomination, he has shown himself unscrupulous iu manipulating the machine at his back. His corrupt methods operate against persons of his own political faith as well as others who stand iu the path of his ambition.We have many rtasonsto believe that his paid emissaries are now distributing money through this district from n fortune whiea tlio people have given him, by four terms iu congress, to corrupt the ballot and Money flows secure his like water, at his call, from a bank and from the great whiskey trust, for which he has labored as ,n attorney A herd of office would lor a cliuet, holders stand ready tj do his bidding and nothing will be left undone to retain his power. In all his career as a congressman he has neversupported nor originated a measure of general benefit to his district, and while posing as the personal friend of the boldicr, he has managed to vote against every general pension law enacted during his lour terms. Mr. Lewis is a man of the people. He is controlled by no political machine and rttained by no trust. He is clean handed and 111 ability will rank with any man on taelborof the next House. He stands for the eleA vation of American laborers. vote for him is a vote for the revival of stagnant business in every line, and an increase in the price of farm commodities, a vote for the breaking up ot thecorrupt ring which has so long dominated our district, and a rebuke to the party of incompetency. Mr. Lewis has made a brilliant canvass and won his race, but the full Republican vote must b: polled and we must beilert for election eve tricks which will be sprung by a desperate enemy. Iu a word we must stand by our guns, C. M. Bahnktt, Dlst Ch'm'n. W, N. Fostkh, Sec. ea. Uox I WAXTcreryminaniJ woman In tho IlnltwJ ilataf interroteil In the Opium ami Whltty kablla to tia.ro onn of mr book on then die Aildred II. M. Woolley, Atlanta, Ua. JS7, aud ouo will be gorier. int joa (reo. i i I i nm 1 ' fm - w ka.nh.hVhk, 'V T 7"T' T TIig Leading Photographer. hm H7mfi 1: Ewj .l;le :ci Site, HarOld Pictures Copied nml Enlarged A SPECIALTY. 108J Main Street. OWENSIIORO, KY 3L-XJO- "XW. X3. IlAUTr'Olll), IvIINTlK'KY, ' Mnk and Builder Will draw dralts from n nice, neat cozy cottago up tu u line two Mory house. W ill draw plans frto of charge. Will make careful estimates on nil kinds of buildings, nud romod-a- l old housed. Motto ''Livu and let live." . QUARTERLY 11 EP011T of Tin; , ' . Beaver Dam '. DEPOSIT BANK At thoCloso of Business on IStliday of Juno 1804. KESOURCES. Loans and Discounts . . . $7.2,075, 87O Overdrafts, secured . , . 264, 11' Overdralts, unsecured , . 594, Due trom National Hanks 11,115! 58 Due from State banks and Hankers 45, 59' ' Hanking house and lot , . 3,000, 00 ,, Specie V 2,632 7 Currency 2,0 14, 00 Furniture and Fixtuus . . 1.500 00 Current expenses 867. 12 A .... . , . f 94, 139.29 LIABILITIES. Capitil stock paid in, incash$25.ooo.oo Surplus lund 8,250.00 Undivided profits Due Depositors . DueSt'tebanks&St'teb'k'rs Due National Banks . 4,204.02 56,571.67 59.00. 'V--: . . 54.60 "V Statr oi $94.i39.9 Kentucky, ) ss County oi' Ohio, j John II, flarncs, Cashier of Deaver Dam Deposit Bank, a bank located and doing business in the town of Beaver Dam, in said county.being duly sworn, says that the foregoing report is in all respects n true statement of the condition of the said bank at the close ot business on the 18H1 day of June, 1894, to the best of his knowledge nnd belief; and further says that the business of said bank has been transacted at the location named, nnd not elsewhere; nnd that the above report is made in compliance with an official notice received from, the Secretary of State, designating the 1 8 th day of June, 1894, as flic day on which such report shall be made. Subscribed and sworn to before me by John H. Barnes, the 20th day of June, 1894. Rowan Houirook, Clerk Ohio County Court By Shkmiy Taylor, D. C. J. II. Bankbs, Cashier R. P, Hockrr, Director,, Jno. H. Barnes, I. P. Baknard, M1 - m fr - t-- T) $ T Si' it' Before the ft all You could get along somehow with-- ' out ii Wrap, but now that the season is advanced . Trade with Fmr Uros. & Co. uiukt wear at l'r.lr Dros. & Co. Caps 'email Fair Bros. & Co. the IJest lcadi'rs. Uros. & Co. want your eggs and feathers. Hoys overc Uros &Co. Hroj, & Co. ats from $r, 25 at Fair i (Inter Virc a necessity. New line prints 5c per yard at Fair a r merits Fair Bros.' Sr nijtgesl line of ladies cloaks Fair Hros. & Co. at Co. it Cheapest and most stylish cioaks Fair Uros &Co. & have placed on a sale a very desira-- . J.blc line in Fall and Winter ;.; weights, at cheaper prices 1 Out of sight, Fair Hros. millinery nnd cloaks. Col. S. R. Dent, Co.'s Lcltchfield, was in to Am yesterday. than those which piir nt I'nir Men's good solid boots $1.25 per Hros. & Co. Did you know that Fair Uroi. & Co. arc selling the cloaks? You can foot the hill if you buy your shoes of Fair Bros. & Co. livery firmer should price Fair Hros & Co.'s shoes before buying. When times were flush and money y - easy to get. you can get a bcntiful cloak or wrap for To-da- CousUcring the weather Fair Hros. &Co's cloak tradehasheen immense. For best brands of flour, meal call on T. 11. Hean, on Union Street. 13-.- veY ,(Jns.,. Perhaps the Tariff did it - 'perhaps not4. At any rate, the r'plithcr proves thnt l 165 We have the prettiest stock of Dress floods that can be found. Carsos & Co. Plenty of misses hoods nnd fascina- natc.--s at Fair Hros. & Co. They have the slock bought at correct prices B radley at Co u r t will leave House to-morro- Mr. W. O. Hardwick flow yoci need onlj And' next week for Denver, Col., where he Mrs. will make his future home. Hardwick will join him in about one month. Our people regret very much to lose them, but all join in wishing them a pltasant and profitable life in the West. Mr. HardwicV thinks his health will be better by the change. have sold my interest in the Johnson nnd Moscly Coal Bank to Albert Rial and have opened another coal bank on the farm of J. W. Reeks, thtee miles east ol town. Send me your orders and I will guarantee you good coal. Respectlully, N. Gau.agkr. I Fair Bros. & Co. are prepared to meet your demands. In fact the best place to trade is with the old reliable LaB Colli, CflHl. s "aW house of. w ........& K j Haled'hayat Mr. Sam Ci. 'SCO. 1894. T. 11. Hem's. t iBsi. Hear Hrad'cy Stop nt the Commercial Hotel. The newest thingin a Hatis at son it Co's Car- aaaaaaaaaaaaVl' Mr. O .veil Willi uis typhoi.l Miss ls.ib.--l Mclleury friends in Umisville. Mrs. Dr. Ii, W. Ford has sick lurMsviMl days Laaaar i visitin ' quite Dr. Ii. W. Ford was in Fordsville Inst wee!:. Two spools ol thread for 5c. nt son & Co's. Car- Ixreu Rhouis, stir field, .mil Mm for Louisvibe called to sec us ?nc:M iy Mrs John J. M:ijr SallieCateleltyeteiday Miss liva Morton entcrtniueda few of her nnny friend1) Wednesday. ven- - Mr J G Wilson, Rosiue, was in town Tuesday. Mr. L. I. Towns, Ceralvo, was in town Satirday If you are in need of Clothing, go to Carson & Co. I ing. Go to T, II. Hean, on union Street, for best flour, meal, bran, hay, corn or wheat, shipstufT, it etc. 13-.- You will find th it the stock of cloaks is at Carson & Co's Go to Carson &Co. and get a pair Shoes. ol the celebrated Wear-for-cv- Hon. W. O, Bradley speaks ntthc evening. Comt House When you come to hear him. be sure to get jour dinner at the Commercial llotif. Mr. Ii. C. Westerfield, the painter, has just completed n beautilul sign for J. H, Foster's Cash Store. Mr. Westerfield is an expert painter as is his work.isilways the best, : We have just received a big stock Cahsos & Co. of Hoots an J Shoes. We want all of your country pio-duc- e. Cahson & Co. but the Commercial Others tollo, Hotel is always in the lead. Don't fail to vlsitour Cloak depart-'nieiit. Ullliilriiwiil. I deem ital-mounnecessary formeto make a denial of the charges made in the last of The Herald in regard to the withdrawal of Mr. Russell, the Populist candidate for Congress, but, lest some one may be deceived by the base insinuations I wish to say that I had nothing whatever to do with Mr.Rus-sell.- s withdrawal either directly or indirectly. I do not even know Mr. Russell and never had a line of correspondence with him in my life, and never met him at Elizabcthtown or elsewhere, for the purpose of securing I believe Mr. Rushis withdrawal. sell to be a gentleman and above the nnd sale" attricharge of buted to him by the Herald, and in this connexion it may be well to turn "Can He Deliver the the question, Goods?" back to the Herald to answer with respect to its party in Kansas.Nebraska and Colorado where they haul in their tickets nnd endorse the Populists. Jerry Simpson and all. I plead guilty to the charge of taking the same train at Beaver Dam with Mr. I. P. Miller, but it was Mr. Miller was on only accidental. his way to attend the Masonic Grand Lodge nt Louisville, and I going to Cincinnati on business.Mr. Miller is a genial good traveling companion, and I am if he is an always very glad to meet with him. Only a "drowning man" would catch to such a straw. Ch'm'n Con.Dist. Com. llim-tcll'- ""liwroit Ri'.roBUCAK: st is-s- porations or concentrated wealth, nnd his sterling patriotism and devotion to the interests of the masses has kept him absolutely free from the unHappenings and Personals as due domination or control ofnnyof Rppoitcd by our Regular the above named interests. In short he has always dared to do right and Correspondent. never hesitated to advocate such measure as he deemed best, for all the people, and esp:cially for the best inA large number atten ded church at terest of the masses. I have known Liberty Sunday. him well for thirty yents or more; Mr. John Bir, wife nnd children rcsidcd'iu a few miles of him. spent Sunday in Prentis, the guest As n citizen his walk has been true. of Mr. James Richmoncd nnd family. As a lawyer he has been able and true Misses Miybelle and Vienna Sow-der- s, to his calling. When quite young, in who have been in Morgantown 1862, he was elected County Judge for the past two months, spent Sunin 1866, nnd again in day at home. Mr. Tom Suratt, Morand 1878 he was elected to that office and gantown, was also in town. Miss Rose Taylor is again in Cenin 1882, and besides has tral City. filled other important offices. Mr. J. II. Nave spent Monday, He was a just Judge and a faithful nnd efficient oflrer. His ability as a Tuesday and Wednesday in Cvcns-bor- o nnd Whitesvllle. lawyer, his integrity as an officer, Miss Rosa Williams, Elizabeth-towhis tnoMl courage nnd the purity of is here visiting her brother.Mr. his privnte life all point to him as one preeminently qu itified for the high Will Williams. Miss Sara Collins, Hartford, spent office to which he aspires. The efforts of Judge GufTy in behalf Sunday night ntthc Austin House of'the Greenback and People's parties with Miss Dora E. Gibson. Mr. D. Taylor has built a beautiful are too well known to need repetition hcic, asarealsothe sacrifices he made cottage and has recently moved into it. in accepting our nomination for Mr. R. P. Hocker and family will General 1111891. It is true he has returned to the Republican move into their new home in a few party from whence he came. I pre- days. Messrs. John Bir and Luthur Rensume that he thought hecould better serve the people by so doing I pre- der have buildings near completion. Rev. I. II. Teel and family will sume that he thought the business depressions and financial ruin brought move into the cottage on main street, upon the country by the Democraic formerly occupied by Mr. D. Taylor. Mr. Rob Stewart and family have patty could be lclieved or dissipated only through the Republican party moved into the cottage on the Sow -hence with the moral ccuragc that der's farm. Messrs. C P, Austin and Byron has ever characterized him, he returned to the Republicans where he had Barnes spent Sunday in the country always been since the war, except at Mr. G. II. Barnes'. Mr. Gordon Young, Rockport, was when acting with the Greenback and in town Saturday. People's party. Misses Bessie Nave, Attye and It seems to me that every People's party man ought to vote for Judge Sade Austin were in Hartford SaturGufTy. The failure to do so would, day evening. Mr. T.-J- . Smith, wife and daughter, it seem to me, contradict our professions. It would seem to say that we Willie, Hartford, spent Sunday afterwill not aid the masses nt all unless noon with Mr. J. II. Nave and wife Mrs. Dr. Hunt, Huntsville, spent we can do so by electing our own party nominee. We all ought, as I the past week with her son, H.D.Hunt. SCHOOL NOTT.S. think, to vote for Judge GulTy, not Miss Dora Gibson spent Sunday at because he is n Republican, but because he is in all respects well quali- her home in Hartford Miss N. May Friend spent Tuesday fied for the office and his whole life proves that he will be a just Judge, night with Miss Dora Ii. Gibson. all parties Misses F,lla Sowders, Abbie Met-caand will mete and Victoria Williams and Mr. alike without fear and without prejudice. If we all vote for him he is Perry Hunt are absent on account of sickness sure to be elected. His defeat is posMiss Mng Clark was present at X sible if we do not v )tc for him. Miss Clark will Monday morning. Wc can easily vote the People's party or populist ticket by stamping organize a vocal class Friday night. Miss Rosa Williams was a welcome under our own device (The Plow and Hnmmer) and then stamp in the visitor Tuesday atternoon. We are glad to have Miss Polly square to the right of the name B. L. D. Guffy, in the Republican column; Anderson again with us. The R.E G'swill entertain Thanksyou will then be counted foryour own ticket entire and for Judge GulTy. giving evening. Attvk. There is no clanger of spoiling the balProf. Lytic gave an instructive leclot nor of being counted for any of canidates except ture on Chemistry last night at the Y. the Republican M. C A. rooms, which was listened Judge GulTy. So do not let his enemies scare You out of voting for him to by a fair audience consisting prinOwcnsboro on the idea that it will hurt your own cipally of young men. ticket or spoil your own ballot. The Messenger. Republican ticket will be, I presume, For JiiiIkc UntTy. just to the lelt ol your own ticket and SiiuKWsnuRY, Ky., Oct. 21, '94 probably Judge Guify's name will be To whom it may concern neir the top of the Republican colI am well acquainted with Judge umn, but be that as it may stamp in B. L. D. Guffy, and have been for a the square to the right of his name. number of years. I know that he is The importance of the election is my true to the people and has the best only excus; for writing this letter. interests of the common people at S. H. Austin. reason I am for Judge heart. For BEAVER DAM. n, Nltl.l'HVIt SIMMNdS. Sunday was a beautiful day nt Sulphur Springs; the weather being fine and pleasant; the woodland and fields with its golden hue had on their mourning garments for the death of summer, and the birds warbled their songs sorrowingly over happy days past; the squirrels was tripping from lim to limb or sitting high up on a hickory tree, eating the rich fruits the autumn brought them. Rev. Ferryman filled his appointment at 10 o'clock, warning sinners to flee thee rath to come nnd exhorting christians to live faithful to the end. At two' o'clock a party of nine being, Miss Dorcas Cole and Mr. Fonzo Medkiff, Miss Anninta Cole and Mr. I. S. Stevens, Miss Hell Hamilton and Mr. Robert Lee went hickory-nu- t hunting The wood was covered with fresh fallen leavesand theground was carpeted with beautiful and rich green grass, decked here and there with lovely wild flowers that had escaped the frost. The autumn winds blew softly, the trees with their golden hue and the birds singing their sweet holiday songs, and the sun sent its glittering rays through the cloudless sky, presented a scene that that party will never forget. At the close of an hour and a half the party started home, well pleased with their success of getting all the hickory-nut- s they wanted. At night Rev. G. J. Bean filled his first appointment at Sulphur Springs and quite a crowd was out to hear him. S.C.I. .N'nllcr. I will place mynccounts in the hands of an officer for collection if not set- Westerfield and Mr. Ii Tracy were welcome visitors last Monday morning. Hartford College now has a first-clalaboratory, and thechemistry class, which begins next week, will be better equipped to give a thorough knowledge of that study than they formerly have been. We are also ptoudof our Geological cabinet, confining some very finespeci-men- s from alt over the country. Piof. Foster will deliver a series of lectures next week on "Evolution," which we know will be interesting as well as profitable. We shall be glad to receive a geological specimen from anyone, and will place your name and date on the same. ss For Teachers' Meeting of Rosine Magisterial District, to be held at Cane Run Church, Saturday, Nov.24, l'rKriiiiime J4: Programme. Welcome Address, E. P. Taylor. Responsive Address, R. C. Jarnagin. How to prevent whispering, Jno. B. Taylor, G. W. Miller and W. G. Stewart. Recitation. Miss Bettie Martin. How to secure regular attendance at school, Alice Plummer, D. II. Godsey and E. P. Taylor. Noon Recess. Infinitives and Participles, Miss Sue Monroe, J. II. Leach and J. N. Likins. Should we have school exhibitions, W. M. Likins, J. L. Brown and W. G. Stewart. Cube Root, Miss Mollie Tunstall and L. N. Worley. W. M. Likens, ) J. L. Brown, Sue Monroe, Itrport J tled within thirty days. Enos McCokmick, M.l). CollfKe Itrnifl. One term closes this week and much hard work has been done, by both teacher and student. We feel that this term has been one of the most profitable in the history of the college. Great interest has been manifested throughout each day. The pupils have seemingly been more eiger to grasp the golden opportunities that are afforded, and more persistent in their eflorts to reach that goal that is daily pointed to us by our teachers, and who in their unerring pride, and cleaseles3 effort strive to lead us farther away from the lowly things of lifetoa spherethat glitters in Glory's sky. We are expecting several new students next term. Misses Carrie Warner and Oma lf Of District No. 21, for term ending Oct. 12, '94: Herbert Stanley 89, Albina Stanley 89, Leonard Davenport 89, Mirtie Wilson 93, Nora Wilson 93, Bernice Growbarger 93, Birch Wilson 92, Clarence Dennis 90, Hase Dennis 84, Loyd Holland 92, Edna Davenport 92, Maggie Ferguson 93, Fred Stanley 90, Willie Stevens 87,Roscoe Wilson 92,' Pete Poiles 84, George Growbarger 89, Herman Growbarger 88, George Ferguson 88, Chester Miller 89, Mabel Holland 90, Lizzie Ferguson 87, Daisy Stanley 90, Ray Holland 92, Charlie Elliott 91, Nora Elliott 90, Ella Cole 86, Yuccas Cole 95, George Wilson 95, George Poiles 90, George Holland 95. Ebon Hawes 65, Roy McGrue 95, Pearl Williams 90, Harry Griffin 95, Eddie Adkins 95, Rosa Hoops 95, Clarence Hoops 86, Palace Von 85, Luther Smith Lavada Sophia Davidson, Smith. 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Sulphur Springs, lie had gone down to the woods to gather nuts, and, while looking up visited her daughter, Mrs. K. W. into a tree, a large hickory nut fell, Ford, the first of the week. striking him just below his right eye, Mr. mil Mrs. W. II. Griffin nnd Dr. Ii. cutting a considerable gash sin, Charley, nnd Wayne Grifiin W. Ford was called in and dressed were in Rock port last week. the wound and Mr. Bean is now able to be out. Mr. Martin Collins has gone to Chicago, where he has a portion One of the prettieht events of the with the Central Coal & Iron Co. season was the Halloween partygiven by thejoung ladies of Hartford on Mr. D. F. Tracy put a new force Wednesday evening at Masonic Hall. pump in the well recently Cored in The invitations were sent in English front of Williams & Bell's drug store walnut hulls, wrappe I in tissue piper. Mjnlay. At .even o'clock the young folks began to gather in. The hall was beautifully decorated with autumn leaves They drew and chrysanthemums. for partners and the evening was Rev. A. B. Smith and wife, most pleasantly spent, dancing unwent to Daviess county Mono'clock, when they wete intil eleven vited to the second floor to a bountiful day, to see Miss Patsy Tharp.Mrs. supper, which had been prepared by Smith's sister, who is very sick the young ladies. At a late hour they Rev. R. A. .Crowe has accepted a ltft for their respective homes feeling position in J B. Foster's Cash Stote, that they would long remember the to Those where he wishes all of his friends 31st day of O'tober, 1894, "Bob" is a first-cla- s call and ee him. present wcre:Mlsscs Irene.Robards.Co-rinn- e salesman, upright gentleman and Cox, Bertia Morton F.dni Grifvaluable addition to this popular a fin, Jennie Quisenberry, Rtta Thomas, is trading place. Bee Brown, Farkie Gregory, and May Belle Brown, Messis. Tou Baker, J. BradIV. P. Thomas, James Sanderlur, C. Field, Ernie Morton, Charley Rogers. John Vaitght.lle'ury Nall.C, Armendt, ow ' tJee Heavrin mil Wayne Griffin. wrones Mrs. S K. Cwc and' McCrocklin has moved with his family back to Hartfoid He left here two years ago for Indiana, but concluded there was no place like Hartford, hence his return. We gladly welcome he and his family. Mr. Albert Born, to the wife of Dr. Ii H. a dleton last Thursday, the fine girl. When 3011 vote next Tuesday, remember the Commercial Hotel, and get a good dinner. to say to the trading public that he has a full line of Stoves, both C ooking and Heating; and also a Polls close at 4 p. m. complete line ol grates, which he will Under Conntjr I.nltrr. Editor F. & I. Journal; If you Ahekdkiw, Butler Cousrv.Kv.; sell cheap. Dear Sir: Please permit Oct. 12 need anything in his me to say n few words to numerous readers touching the race forjudge line it will pay you of the Court of Appeals. I am He to many of you readers and to call on him. will first say that I have ever been n has a full line of farmer and laborer. That I was once also a Deuioacrat but was among the first the very best of gro to enter the greenback party nnd supand ported Peter Cooper nnd remained a ceries, cutterly zealous green backer till t!u party became extinct. I promtly entered the People's party and have voted the ticket ever since. I served several years as County President of the F. & L. Union. The People's party has no candidate for the Judge of the Court of Appeals. The importance of the Court of Appeals can not be overestimated. It is the Court of last resort. It says what the common law is.Itconstnies the statue laws enacted by the Legislature. It.can decide any law enacted by the Legislature unconstitutional and all its decisions are binding upon nil other courts of the state are in fact the law of the land. The people may procure the enactment of good law yet an incompetent or perverse Court might nullify the same by holding them to be uncontitutional or by putting a false construction upon them, hence wc should take care that the right men are elected. Judge Reeves or Judge Guffy will be elected. Judge Guffy was raised on a farm amoug the people enured to toil in his youth but chose the profession of law and his business and association have made him familiar with all classes of our people, His broad nnd liberal intellect has kept him from entertaining or imbibing any undue prejudice against Capital, Cor Guffy forjudge of the Court of Appeals. Every body that knows me, knows that lam a Populist, right in the middle of the road. Respectfully. Chas. Duriun.Jr. (Mr. Durbin was a delegate to the late Constitutional Convention irom Grayson County.) t. fCranees Hotel Owensboro, Kentucky. BEST FARE. OPPOSITE TEXAS DEPOT. Pure blood is absolutely necessary in order to enjoy perfect health. Hood's Sarsapatilla purifies the blood NO LIQUORS SOLD. and stengthens the system. It mi! I n K Circle. , The first eleven pages of British Folk Lore E. R. Ray. Note of Literature Relating to British Folk Lore L. M. Sanderfur. The Fairie Queen William Foster. Boadicea and sketch of the Author C H. Ellis. Tristram of Lyoncssc L T Barnard. Guinevore A. P. Taylor and S. J. Ticheuor. of Tennyson Iuira Biography Render. Childs Roland R. A. London nnd Miss N. May Friend, The Voyage of the Maeldune T. J. Morton. Tain O'Shanterlilmo Williams and Mrs. J A. We lding Biography ol Robert Burns Dora Ii Gibson The Subject of Puushtuent and Moral Instruction will be discussed Irom the topical outline found in White's School Management. The meeting will be held Saturday, November, 10 1894, at Hartford. Each teacher is expected and earnestly requested to be present at 9:30 o'clock in order that he may get the full benefit of the work done during O. M.Shui.tz, the day. NO INEBRIATES KEPT. THE PATRONAGE OF ALL GOOD PEOPLE SOLICITED. I'roernin of Ihn llitrllord TenclicrV fit. Si. JST-A-HH- ., - - Prop'r. letMeGive uu a I ointer Wxcr M VAMAN general hardware. m . Ca!l on him. preached here last Sunday evening. The Sabbath School at this place has closed till . next Spring. Health is bad. Mrs. E. C. Wood-waris quite ill at this time.Mrs. II CShaver, is convalescent. Mrs.Emma Stevensi3 on the sick list. Mr. George Patton, is improving slowly. Bro. Robert Carson, OnA. Well Drk'sfd kiiimii.kciiaim:!. Feels doublHI DLESSED i4 Jm TT" vy7ijv LEAVE YOUR MEASURE Djncona&& crnf Bradley at Court House to-morrow. Awarded y, Highest Honors Worlds Fair. Instructor. Garments CARSON CITY tallA" ll.- Well nttins aadet0 order v. Situation?. .H74u,?v 00 YOU WANT A " sm.fe. -- a . "ffM. . 4r v. K it. with S&JL . -- J". ,"f & CO. -I CREAM W5SK IS By Dm Bk Bji W VJBV. -! BAKING POWDER Sample . "Purt,"'tmwUtome,'IliHoivperior." i MiMJLuHliMBMaof the Prof. K. W. NmlUi, fur yen principal if ear O. ley at Court to-morr- House at one BAKING POWDM MOST PERFECT MADE. pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or sny other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. A Commercial College Awarded Medal and Diploma WorM'i Columbian EiposHlen, agfe!. lilllni.. Id time. I It--- & . ,( J '" , NyThomas. o'clock. UymUm of Book-l- i ! flvnerkl etr, Ox to complete Hu.lne. KtlucmtloM.w),lnc!i)llnr Ituition. book, lluilnmOuum. about Typewriting and .nil board, t.ugur. lanul.nccrtilul Kradu.tf. Trlearraphjfl'tionecrulir. -l- uu ii bank and 100 oftlcl.U. No Vnrallou. Kentucky tlnlvenltr Diploma Eater Mow. awarded our craduatea. MHpoclal attention ilren to erarin .Ituatlona lor graduates. For circular addreM WILBUR R. SMITH, LIXINCTON, KV. Far ll a i f M . , Claim pUco boYo th Omtt. AbJOIutclrpuwandteftolMOT, ampl8 Ol TOurOrocwan.ydijs With ten pennlea get n your penn!e will repay U ll b 4tiam will liAVnf twk f v. -- - -- ! .11- - .11 aa.f. A .iAt W HitC, n. l Thoao who uu (Omt.) KonuoocM will tsferlol-lo... - . - . .& .... .... .... ... L .. ..a . Hartford Republican l?uirAV, MovKMiilM 26, 1894. CATARRHAL' DYSPEPSIA. t A Discouraged Invnlid Great surprise was expressed nlno years ago when tho Honry brothers, Catarrh of the stomach causes a of Paris, discovered by photogrnphy a Btrango nebulous spiral apparentcondition known as dyspepsia or inly attached to tho star Main, one of digestion. It usually results from tho Pleiades. Tho nebula 6oomcd to catarrh in the throat,butsomctiiucs ocTOR THE OURE 07 start from the star, and bending rooks. Thoy wus muddah in thoy who have never had curs in people Oatarrh, Scrofula, Bolls, Eczema, round through a quarter of a circlo, oyes an' death in tho catarrh elsewhere. The symptoms of Carbuncles, Soros, "Yes, yes, what happened?" in a sweep of hundreds of millions of dyspepsia arc: liver complaint, bilAnd all Other Skin Diseases. wus fascinated, spellbound, aw"I milos, finally becaino forked at tho iousness, sour stomach, fully scared, and wusn't mado a bit end liko tho tall of a comot. xquAixr r.rriCTrvE i.v bloating niter eating, constipation, Issuing out of one cido cf this casiah when I hud tho ledah Rheumatism, Djspepsla, Nemos Debility, 'Doys, don't let 'im escape!' groat spiral sprang a uc.ubscript piles, and, in many cases, low spirml all oompl&lnU originating la liut, sab, when thesuhklo gotclosah . mass, part of which swept backward sympathetic heait its, dizzy head, ' parallel with the original spiral In and I couldn't stand it no longor, I palpitations, pain, indigestion, and such a way as to give to tho ttIioIp tunned to tho biggest man an' said: looseness of the bowels. " 'In Heaven's name, nab, what's object tho appearance of eddying audMun-a-lin- , according to di taken tho ineuniii o' this?' round tho star. Mas cured others, will cure you. rections on the bottle, will cure every " 'How's yo' jaw lock?' ho asked. Two or three yours later the satno one. The following is a specimen of " 'Tight, sah; 1 kin keep a secret astronomers mado a photograph the letters recieved from patients: which showed that tho entire group with auy of 'cm.' O. S. McQuillan, Spring Hill, Iowa, of tho Pleiades, or Sjvcn Slarj, is " 'Well,' said he, 'ye boo wo ah' mingled with fantastic nebulous ahmed fo' desplt deeds, an' will dlo writers: "Four years ago last fall my Park Obeaily Pills will reduce your shapes. In this photograph several stomach, without any previous warn0 fightln' ' weight PERMANENTLY irum 12 stars appear strung, like bead", " 'I see,' said I, trembling all over. to 15 pounds a month. NO Starving ing, refused to perform its functions, upon a nebulous lino or ribbon that " 'Yo seo that houso, amung the picknops nr injury; NO Publicity. and I soon lost strength, During this must be many thousnnds of miles In bushes?' Thoy build up tho health and bcatitN' time food was forced through my length. Tho conclusion was irro- " 'Yes, I did.' ry the complexion Icaviiijr noWKINK stomach by using catearties. With slstlblc that an lutimuto connection " 'Well, thah's a blamed, insignia-can- t LE3 01 fhibbiuef.1. STOUT TonclicrH .llcrilnc flesh wasted away.streiiglhcxhausted littlocuss of n sophomore hid and difficult breathing surely The teachers 0 Rosine Magisterial existed betwoon tho stais ami tho so that it took all my enegy to even ncbulro whloh together coustltuto in that iiousc an' we ah goln' t' havo relieved. NO EXPERIMENT hut District met at Mt. Pleasant Saturget into a bath tub, hopes all gone,i tho Pleiades. him cr diet' n scientific ami nceitive rciiel.adonted day, Oct. 20, 1894. Sinco then a similar condition of began to take "1 cxticiirncc. All "Then, boys. I quiotly wont about ' "'' """ Owing to the late arrival of several things has been shown to prevail In ' I II '.following free advice which Dr. Hart-mamv business I'm nn educated man orders eiippuen direct from our of-gave me. In a short time I could of the teachers, the body was not other quarters of the heavens. Ono myself nn nevah meddle with tho ',ce Price 62.00 nor pneksme or liireo iackngcs! ior So UU by mail eat nourishing food, and the pills, called to order until after ten o'clock. of tho latest discoveries of this kind causo." Clevoland Plain Dealer. poatpnnl. Testimonials nud particukidney trouble and constipation dis- The Secretary being absent, on mo- was made by Prof. Uarnard at tho Lick observatory lust autumn. lars (bealed) 2 cents. appeared, flesh, strength, and a tion, E. P. Taylor was chosen SecreUpon photographing what apAll correspondence strictly confMostly a Native. I went tary pro tern. splendid appetite returned, and pears to tho naked oye as a hazy idential. The teachers to deliver the Welto work." "Are you a native of this parish?", speck near tho wonderful red variPARK HEMEDY CO., come and Responsive Addresses be- able star Mu in tho For treatise on catarrh.coughs.colds, constellation asked n Scotch sheriff of a witness Boston, Mat. climatic diseases ing absent the President in a few ap- Cephcus he obtained a picture who was summoned to testify in a' consumption, and all propriate remarks assured the teach- showing a hugo nebula surrounding case of Illicit distilling. of winter, send for Family Physician "Maistly, yor honor," was the re- -' WHEN YOU fiO 10 OWENSBORO an irregular group of bright stars, Drug ers that they were welcome. No 2. Address The CALL ON p'yDiscussion in School Management and "distantly surrounded by ast Manufacturing Company. Columbus, "I mean were you born in tboi opened; Skill in Management by W. multitudes of small stars." The Ohio. parish?" M. Likens. He thinks the teacher nebula, accordlug to the description "Nn. I wosna born in this par-- j of Its discoverer, "seems to mtnglo A Word to the Ilrmocrnttc Votcrtot should be thoroughly familiar with For the fin'flnnd Most ArtUtit IPort, with masses of smaller isn, uui 1 m maist a native lor a', lOntiif-iiyall parts of his work. Have a way of indefinitely any jtV or lylf. Frederica St. , W ten that." stars and becomo part of ,thorn." I have before me a speech of Vice his own and not use some one else's "You camo hero when you were v XrHnnil-itPhotographs havo also shown that President Stevenson made in Lincoln, as he cannot make success of it That the double star Lnmbdn, in Orion, child, I suppose you mean," said the Illinois, October 10. This speech you skill comes from practice. Bro. W. is Involved in nebulous matter, and sheriff. s of G. will find in the "No, sir; I'm here about sax year Stewart indorses Mr. Likens. Jno. that a nebula is attached to the bril- I wish you would study B. Taylor October 15. noo." "thinks the skill of teach Ilnnt Bctelgcuze, the loader of the it well, as it is a real humbug, such ing" lies in presenting "Theu how do you come to bo. VitaUssr the lesson same constellation. as all their declamations are under nearly a native of this parish?" These facts become very interestthoughts attractively; but unless he They has the present Administration. "Wecl, yo see, when I came hero the same skill iu management, ing when ono considers that tho QUICKLY CUKKS nebulae are probnbly composed of sux yenr sin I jlst weighed eight said they were for a tarifi for revenue which can be acquired by studying cn'l & Hervoas Mobility in nn unformed or unorganmatter stnne, nn' I'm soventeen stnno nooji sufficient to run the government tho best plans of School Journals,&c, ized condition, nud that tho sun, tho sac yo seo that about nine stane o' Lliev uiu 110U1- eauallv distributed. Spin! Kr.r.sihch. .,:, and from practice he is not a success stars and tho earth Itself were once me bdougo to this parish, an' tho ing of the kind, as you will see from iinpp(rlr, uinl ful teacher. in that stato. llhcr cIl-- t c .mes from Camlocklo." Ittjmriiiilliii; tlip Vital his own words by putting 2octs on G " "f'f IWald. Whon wo seo a star, or a group of Heart Power Mr. J, N. Likens Inrrrnalnir .tiruiui Put it, whisky and this will not bring one thinks love lh Anittlninr Yiiinlinuil Hip the controlling element, stars, closely associated with nebucent revenue for two years. This COURAGE OF MANHOOD; Brad-lebut some instances other may be re- lous spirals and streamers, It looks O. was all understood by the Admistra-tioHrnlorlnir l Knfvrblnl, 'noriit l, sorted to. He says lovable pupils as though tho stars wore consuming, Kxhnumeil, Dei llitllxril. nr Oirrto'rl.-n- l for Mich sugar Companies or feeding upon, tho nebulas, or, In Hennntl W'mrn are easily loved, but that the teachers other words, ns If tho nnvnsj nf aim. never go it blind like us farmers do. should especially take to heart the making Perfect Constitutional Powsrs. were, in such cases, not yet VOtOl'S They knew perfectly well what was C0UI1- unlovable ones, as it might be the Its e.xtraordiary curatiuc power cuuipieicu. going to be done before they took it manifests itselt almost immediately it means of placing them in the right Yet it Is possible that our own so out of bond. The Trust's profit in is taken. On this point the evidence path through life. lar orb, which, for our purposes at of those who have taken it is uniform this little scheme is only $25, 000,000, 9 Hartford on Sat- and positive. They say they cm feel Bro. W. G. Stewart says: "Do not least, seems to be a completed sun, and not one cent goes to the governtake misbehavior in school as an of- would, if photographed from a far the effect dcii.g 3. good. It of every dose nerve them ment. Now for the sugar. They fense against the teacher, as is a powerful the pu- point iu space, appear as a nebuloun blame the Republican patty. God tonic, imparting its restora pil does not intend it as such,butdoes star. From such a point of viow, if . tive influence through the medium of knows that the Republican party is thov worn vtalliln nt fill, flin 7v1lnnnt I.- - - v Oli'o Circuit Court. . . . v vauwu.HWH so under impulse of the moment and the nrrvous system to eveiy oigan I bad enough, if all things that are told light, tho Gegcnschain, and other "'.,A"S ,:,: the action, is therefore against the nn nnd tissue iu the body. It xuaktsbut appearances ttiat are apon it be true, but they had nothing giowmg j little difference whether the constituschool. parently connected with the sun, Alice L. Davis, to do with this haul. It might be tional vigor has been undermined by Notice is hereby given tint N. B. Will Power J. L. Drown says have would perhaps bo blended Into a grent best forme to tell you that I was born disease, overwork, or certain your mind made up when you com system of luminous rings of spirals Davis and Alice L. Davis have this acute mischievous indiscretions; or whethin Mississippi and reared under Demday filed this petition in my office, mence school, ifyou have anything as wonderful in form as those ater the broken down condition iscalled ocratic doctrines. I never voted for worth presenting, present it at once tached to tho Pleiades, though fur praying the Ohio Circuit Court to emby one name or other, so long ns an officer higher than magistrate but there is nervous exhaustion, general and not wait until your school is in loss imposlug in extent. Youth'a power the said Alice L. Davis to aconce and that was for jailor. I have or local weakness so long as enervaquire, buy, sell and own and control disorder. When a pupil misbehaves Companion. tion nnd been voting with the Democratic property of all kinds in her own name ailment, debility are the type of the correct him at once, and not wait unHis Meaning Illustrated. this is the remedy. party now about twenty-eigh- t years til free from the control or interference another does the same thing beTHOSE WHO SUFFER and am still a Democrat, if I could A lawyer was a of her said husband, and to empower cause you didn't correct theotherone. negro or get the leaders back on the trail of witness in ono of tho justice her to sue and be sued, contract and from the results of physical exertion, hardship.exposure, Jno. B. Taylor says correct a pupil courts tho other day and was getting Democracy, if not I will be compelled hidden drains, caprice, or who have whenever he disobeys, he will love along fairly well until ho asked tho be contracted as an unmarried woman to seek safety elsewhere. Now how nnd given all the rights of a feme brought upon themselves a strits ot and respect you for it. Keep a tight witness what his occupation was. are we to tell them that we are afflictions by ignorantly or wilful'y sole. rein on the school, have it well under "I'se a carpentor, sah." nature's opposed to this class legislation only Given under my hand as Clerk of violating VlTALIZKR laws, will find in"What kind of a carpeutor?" control, forcing them to obey, not so CATON'S AND NhrVKToNby voting for John W. Lewis, and said Court this 22nd day of October ic the remedy for their certain ttrlief. "Thoy calls mo a jack-lecarpen-lemuch by chastising as by persuasion then they will come andask us what's suh." . G.B. LiKKNS.Cierk. 1894 It speedily removes all evidences of and showing them that it is for their up, and we will answer that they had "What la a jock-lecarpenter?" Gufpy &Ringo Atty's for Petition, progressive physical deterioration, own welfare. and restores the enfeebled energies to "Ho is a carpenter who is not a ers. lost Democracy and to save the counGood Eyes and Ears Bro. W. G. thtir natural vigor. carpenter, sah." try we had to vote the Republican Stewart says: Watch your school "Well, explain fully what you WHENEVER THERE IS I'or.Niile. ticket. Now for the sugar, or the closely,ifyou see any behavioraniong understand a jack-lecarpenter to Any one desiring to buy a cheap any weakness of the vital organs.ner-vottsneshaul, which ever you please to call it. the pupils that you think will result bo," Insisted tho lawyer. prostration of the physical farm with a good young orchard of You will see from the reading of the in injury to the school, or any of the "Boss, I declar I dunno how ter 150 bearing trees, a fine lot white oak or mental energies,conlusion ofitlcas, speech that I have referred to, that irritability of pupils, stop it at once, and not wait splain any mo' 'copt to say hit nm and poplar timber, should call on or lack of melancholy, temper, there was a small duty on refined cowardice,cak-ues- s until it has grown so large that you jes do same dlffuuco twlxt you an" write me. The farm is on the Rochof the knees and back, palpitasugar, but raw sugar was free. The orfust-clns- s lawyer." Mason Tele-'- : cannot. Do i:ot thrust yourself upon ester nnd Beaver Dam road near tion of the Heart, dragging pain in Trust bought enough raw sugar to graph. the loins, headache, irritation of the them unless you ate certain it will reCool Spring Church. I will sell last the United States two years, and kidneys and bladder, milky urine, sult in no harm. No Boarders In tho Palaco. low. A. Hoors, J. pernicious and hidden wastes, resultthe present Administration gave them NOON. Prentis, Ky. ing iu a failure of the mental and Ono of the ladles of Hampton court 40 per cent on all the raw sugar that o'clock Association called to or palace recently undertook to physical powers, constituting an im we will use in the next two years pediment to success and unfitting him der by Chairman. her Incomo by taking boardThis deal gave theTrust $48,000,000, or her for the duties and responsibil Recitation Poor House and Man, ers. Tho lord chamberlain was "k and not one cent went into the Treasities ui me, 11 is me remedy ior exthereforo obliged to point out that cellence. ury. Now for wool. They put wool Miss Annie Hatlcr, School Management resumed by W. wbllo rooms at Hampton court may A single package will be sufficient on the free list and protected the to inaugurate the work of regeneraG. Stewart. Common Sense defined bo temporarily lent with tho queen's manufacture. Is not this class tion, nnd cure in many cases. But B. by Bro, Stewart as practical ways of consent, and there is no objection to iyp Is this Democracy? Not at stobbom cases often require more. It dealing with small things of scholar relatives or friends contributing to all. Is the manufacturer any more tbo expenses of tho ladies whilo on a Tbo thumb If en unfailing Index will be sent, postpaid, secured from life. Sense not common to all per bona fide cf character. The Hqur Tjp In. observation, for $i per pnekage, or 6 bound to let us havecheap sugar than visit, the queen draws a uieaies a rirt'iij; Mill, fnai enemy tbo packages for $5. Address all orders to and flrinnoi1. I'lnnly allied the sugar refinery was under the sons, but sense in common things. lino at attompts to mako pecuninry fcpamlMti d Type Ihctliuinbof thorn) Correcting and improvingat the right profit out of her hospitality. CATON MED. CO., of udtarceil Idran and bntlncsa McKinley Dill, that Mr. Stevenson typo btlone ability. Jlotti of time. Boston, Mass. to tho biij man or womnn; ana tells us was such robbery. Now, what Dcmoreil' Family Alut'iulLe pro An Now Chief of Police. Moral Character Bro Stcwartsays: Kpoclall) fur Piirli pennna a has it done for the wool iudtistn. "liolo volume nt new lkua, con Sprague, of Rhodo Island, iltiin d In a mull nice in ihit tho They robbed the Treasuier of the No person should be allowed to teach m record of tho ulmla vtnrld'i work school, who has not n moral character is living in a small cottago near tho United States; both sheep and wool fur a month may ho rend In half an Conical Type ludlcatea fit to be copied by his pupils. hour. Tho beach nt Nurragansctt Pier. Ho to say nothing about $68,625,000, refinement, cultuiv. and a lot e of Conditions of Easv Control, Rends discharges the duties of chief cf inn.lc, pci' trr, and fiction, A person hereafter it has already done this ili:i thU type of thumb mill thorat tho pier. oughly njoy the llti rary attractlona in curtailing the price of wool and site Qualifications, proper authority, of IXuinriH'a Miguzlnc. The Artistic Tjio Indlcntea a lore of sheep, Did they put wool on the no right of trustees to restrict a No Record Breaker Just Now. btautyand art, nhlcb will find rare In tho nncnlflcint nil. pictfree list to increase the tax on spirits teacher's power, use of whatever auure of rosri, lf)4x.!l luetic, reproRecruits for tho Chlneso army for the benefit of the whisky trust. thority the teacher sees proper, and will not bo accepted unless duced from tho original palnjlnj.' by they can Do loncprc, the mo. I celebrated of the of patrons witli the This is not Democracy. which will lhln; Now, don't t ho Klteii to erery (Ubccrlbcr to teacher, essential and helpful to both leagjttdj tcUjsi x Jteo wkle. think that I am onnosed to Protect. Ihmureit'a Magazine for 1803. Tbo cTrtDEAL. AN AWFUL pupila and teacher, leading to confi of thl. an pub work of art wa( ing the manufactor. Not a bit of it. SUO.fO; and the reproduction dence of pupils in the teacher and of The Colonel Tells of tho Only Timo from the 'o cannot lio I am in favor ofnTarifT sufficient to bo-gid storod to Hoaltli and Happlnoss. Ro water-bras- 1'e-ru-- Oh, What n blessing to Free List. the people, if he could only make us believe it. We have saltwater, we have mountains of salt, lakes of salt, streams of salt. The salt mountains in Silicon county, Nevada, covers nn aiea of 25 miles and the salt is pure, white and clear ns crystals. In Colorado desert the Southern Pacific railroad laid its track through large beds of rock, bait and for 1,200 feet graded with the chrystal blocks its rock-beand the bed is about 50 miles long. In Utah there is n salt mountain, where it is blocked out simular to a limestone quary. There are plenty of salt ih Kansas, New York, Michigan and elsewhere are a supply of Still salt is particular incxaustiblc. in 1S93 there was 391,960,548 pounds of salt imported in this country; with the Tariff attached; we can get salt here in Kentucky for 35US per barrel, if we furnish the barrel. Who complains of salt being too high? Every dollar saved in this country will pay a good many debts. Now, lets take the products of the ground. No discrimination should be made here by Democrats; but here it is as the Wilson Bill has it, rice 83 percent , peanuts 72 per cent., sugar 40 percent., com, wheat, oats, rye, barley, buckwheat, potatoes and hay are fixed at an average of about 20 per cent. (Continued on the inside.) : MIOTOGltAMIlNO NliBULE. I ! DisoovorloB Mndo by tho Camora In Rooont Yonro. Interfiling Itcielatlona In the Itentcna The Cum cm nml the Development of the Science of tronotity. Aa- ' - ansah." "Did you git?" "No, sahl Somotbing about that crowd seemed to hold me, an' I stayed. Well, putty soon they n to edge up in a suhklc, getting out an' cockin' tho revolvnhs. Thoy. wus, 06 1 said, 'bout fifty. Soma of 'em picked up moro clubs an' sorao had beoii. Tlioy wug younp, notlvo, flhtln' men, too, an' ov'ry 0110 of 'em had a rovolvoh an' bW olub- - 'Well,' says I, 'gents, of yo 11 tuko mo to the boss robbnh give yo my watch' " 'Got out, yo old fooll' was the 11 "I wish '.,', -- i t rii - ''.'. . totinvii.f.fc,nt-HOHKDUI.B f.T. I.oulrvllli' WrM Point llrnudi-tiljur- ,. ; . I.OHIM IN KKKKUt WEST IIOUM). IrtliiKlou ephon-pM- rt NOV.l, No.M, No.BJ, Ully. iMIIy. Till a. m. 8.2.1 p. m. (:lla,m. 7:20 p. m, 9:17 a. m. .07 p. m. .( a; pm, 10.33 it, m, 0.21 p, ru, A TT..T. It. It !1. asrirt: fcAjAyAftviftAyAtyaijJW 111 1 ,,,, a.m. Cloverport llawcetfllle Levrlaport 10 44 9.40 ripoiiiTilln W. llenderaoo nrnWi EAST 1IOUNH. rn, 10.10 p.m. Ili.tAa.m, 10 31 p.m. U; lo p, Hill p. in. l:"i p. m, n.sg p. m. p, 'n. 12 20 a. in. No. 82, No.M, Dally. Daily Ililla. p.m. Poor ,, I.'. Henderson t)iottavllle ah" uei,iro Ciotcrport ... 3tepl.enap.jr: Irvii'Stnn llritiMlcnliiirq Wet Tolnl .- IUeille, . J;. whlo-pa- h: -, Louisville lap, nt 7:7 a, m. 3 37 p. m. C.K7 a. in, 4.44 p. m. sin) a, m. o.elp, m 9.33 a, m. 6:30 10 01 a, in. 8.17 p. in 10 2 a. ml 9.1 e p, m 11 02 a, m. 7.o1 n. in Il:4a. in, 7:11 p, in g iwi p. m. ix irt p. in, , l.t'ip, in, u.Mp. m 3s 7:11 a.m. J' means so much more than ' you imagine serious and fatal diseases result from trifling ailments neglected. pu Don't play with Nature's r greatest gift health. 'urmifliiiBii I lealth iwrw i iiaJ ml t 7, Impure Blood. Ayer's Sarsaparilla tln N'n.AI and .No, .11 ir.ithi. I'liiiiitrtlen a f silicon (Suiidiy excepted) with train, vn J.uu tllle, llurllii'ltiri A Wt'etern II. II., met an TM!omo. Fir liinliet Information, uddre II. U, MHHDUK.tlen. IVr Ait't. l i l,oo.VilU, Kv FATPEOPLE ABDO-MEN- Mifet nnd bent regulator for latlieo; nothing unpleasant, nnd always cllec tun!. Advice free. Packages $ land t'2 direct Tub O'ato.v Co., 1 l Druggists, Uostou, Muss. PENNYROYAL PJLLS. Dr. Perry's Roltablo nre Iron t Bitters f Dvsncnsln. ,- tf the I c fule neurit ernea from the tcrv lint doie-- tf vivtM MAfm eiat tltelk, anil ll'a ltrjn ilCMUUl- I'ltMliemo'tTella. i alteiif lUi.,ii(, Iweitleliie.wMeMe ...... in, .. .... .. Ui, A .IUII hot. few & tu,-I'r- ulol torn, n elk Jr fenc'il'i v 1l nuned, neivout, if v a lie n ti ie and ran't woflr, IT Ifj'iitrel'fili'r l f L , ' r pleasant to uat. It Cures tr iicuraiin, fintlirilnt .v,li,iuviuu, Kidney nnd Llvr i rounics, R..I OIUUU IM1U llf..J r maiaria, iscrvous nlimenta Woi::cif3 coiiiplalau. ....... a.l fTt A.llu f(4...llHlhl.l 'I..M1V 'IIMIlll'I.CLI ICll I,,"" r.n 1Iim.&. .,.. mi iji !.i.i, nir I.un. ..L. r Mi. r. " ilhl Al Ait nllflltr, (flf lunw ala .a... Itltl laMlt! tlrt lif 1.1 IVn.lH. ,. . W S J, I, Oiraun, II, Ni4'arin J. L. Carson & Sow, A '".. ,,. a - Man-a-li- n .' 1 J'" M f . i It I VitSV.AYArwr''rv.-- YI.IV1 a 1 laa vaalra-MOWN BALTI'0-- r. CH,f!,i t3. H!D : I CiTSHCTfll Caicful Estimates made on all pentering and Building, Terms sonable. Ilartlord, Ky OTVVO Carrea- Got our prices on Job Wok before go ing elccivlicrc. K I a I 3EPARATC SCHOOLS UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT. Jf EOVliflU DREE!! StfUTHERB - 1 O.Theo.Cain, SwCigi. 6GTLINa GREEfJ TQ mams' caliiotnie. CUERJIT BRC3, jiBriaai . ir.r tim:, Kecpln", M.e' ai.i.. Writing, ami l'enm .ihip. en l lai juiojue. V Thrnat Him llinlnef rr''e'- - tTJi'"!? r zh OOL. Cf'lEOE. I SOUTHERN NORMAL .South. I EnilUh, Teichers', felentlfie. n Ciatsle t '.y. Tjpe-- I CourtM. Mutlc. Ait. anil Elocution roilde4 end for ....i can enter at I for. Low uttt ot bairj anj tuition. .mlo Coutn 4jtlr4. &i:ttt TTtyil, Bowllaf Qnm,Xf, Courier-Journ- al I batons Tain jlerye d Co2sio -- ta Hartfbrd ro SHE THIv hh:ih, 1 Unrr-Kl.'- -l I n Hon. W. will address the of Oilio y ty at the Court House urday, November in invig-oratin- ir ml .... I :,...:, SPRING OPENING OF C. L. Field's car of Buggies just from the Davis Cum.igp Company. He sell ynu will eavo you r. ilONEY by Buying from IIIM. Will, linn ni7?y, Haruees, Lap Duster and Whip from $60.00 g over-ment- up to $7'i.UU. in Cincinnati. The Dwii Carriage Company the reputa-- , tion of buiiJiiig tbt best Buggy for the money of any Factory So como and judge for yourself. g r, g first-clas- s g s, mmu la t lilt) IT ii f 4 2TET7 -- RK AND- :. I 1 WfiM e. 1 rfOAT i ffel I $1.26 ONE YEAR .cL"va-3a.cI'2l. 5pv Address all orders to I l HAUTF()UD REPUBLICAN, Hartford, EXMaMtTUXJisaMV.x! tlie-- c i juml. mfj sj.i -- Ex-Go- -- JBBLm-- &i&&.&'E(M.1SL'M.ik& t KentucVy'- - utam.njt.gKaai .ii po-lic- o pica-lir- e co- -t dlnt'tigut-he- d run our Government, pay the public debt, equally distributed on all classes alike. Now, we will go for hemp. In 1890 Kentucky produced 10,790 tons from 23,468 acres planted. This was put on the Free List to give room for the sugar and whisky trusts, or do they think that the farmer and the lower class need no protection. Why do they propose to put, on the Free List and force the miner to buy from a Protected manufacturer? There is in the United States 341,643 men in mining coal; should they not be allowed a little Protection. They only had 7ocls per ton and in 1893 we collected a duty of $839,625 on coal that was shipped from Caua-d- a and Novascotia miners. Yes sir, he tells us that they put salt 011 the em-ploy- teacher in the pupils, were given as prominent ones by Miss Alice Plum-me- r, and indorsed by R. C. Jarnagin. Attractive School. room and Sur roundings, nuother condition of Easy Control was forcibly presented by R. P. Likens. Ventilation Very essential but badly neglected in Ohio county, was the opinion of J, L, Brown. Recess. Recitntion The Spinning Wheel, by Miss Nannie Hatler. On motion the program was sus pended and General Business taken up. , Motion carried to change the time of inciting to Saturday before the first Sunday in each month. On motion Cane Run Church was selected as the next place of meeting. AdjournedJno. B, Taylor, Pres, E. P. T.W.OH, Scc'y, pro tent. J He Was Really Scared. "Tho only timo I ever was really scart," said tho colonel, "wa iu the edgo of a llttlo town In Ohio." m Jf "Lot's have it, colonel." "Well, I wus comln along about' miunignt mind ye, boys, I've seen j llfo In tho plains uu' in tho arm" "Oh, yesj goonl" "Woll, it was nigh onto midnight, an' as I passod through a clump o' trocfl this wus a collego town, "Yes, yes; what happened?" "Somothln' soemed to crawl all over mo an' push tho hair rluht un through tho scalp. I could seo nothlu', but I kuow somethiu'a So I blundered and" or filial. Ilohlt h thl. an cirjultlt oil or water-coljilctnre la pnb. llthid In each nuniLer of the llaga-rln- e, and the arflclea are to pro. ru.uvaiHi ruperhiy tiiuitraieu mai the Magazine la, in reality, a portfolio of art worka of the bluheil order. 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