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OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE FARTV IK THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, HAVE YOU PJTD 1 m mmimm Will allow how you stand with Tho RoDUblloan. Pnv uo and onoyehrln Advanoa nnd we will sand vou Tho Louisville THIS TAG Wookly Commurolal ono year iroo. suuaormo at onco. vol. vin: has long been HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1895. You can Cure Your Daby ol all t matter of history and acknowledged as one of the noble qualities ol the Afrlcm race. A more substantia rceotltlou is to be mide oflt in the villnpe of Pott Mill, S. C, one of whoie citizens Is about to erect A Largo Resident Population a monument In honor ot the devotion at tho Nationjs Capital inof the Southern shve, and the authorities willive it a phce in the public dependent oft. Congress square Thi monument will be a tall and tho Govornmont shall, having on one side a negro wo mm nursing Ii.t mister'u blue, and Department. on the other a negro man holding an agricultural implemrnt. Itispropos-- c An 1 to inscribe it with n passage from Vlslt- Henry W. Grady, concluding with these words: "Often 500 negtocs to a single white man, and yet through these dusky throngs the women nnd A Gonoral Hosort for Poo-P- l children walked in safety, nnd the unprotected homes rested in peace. iTr Unmarshated, the black battations Special to Tim RnrimucAtf. moved patiently to the fields in the. It.is very generally supposed that morning to feel the armies their idle- Congress forms an important element ness would Invj starved, and at night in the life at Washington, aud when gathered anxio'Hly at the big house that body Is'not In session the Nato 'hear the news from marsler,' tion's capilal is to a large extent a though conscious that his victory deserted city. This idei is based ' enduting." made their chains largely upon the conditions which Globe Democrat. existed some years ago before Wash- -' . ington attracted such a large popula- Cry tion as it now has. It should be re membered that Washington stands on Unto J1N0.1T renewed your nbcrl-I- I fourteenth in the list of the cities in nn lor the United Stales containing thelarg-c- t population; the annual growth for Nlnry nrnniHii lit Iomloil, An exchange paper tells the story the past fifteen years has been about of a man in London who determined five thousand. It is therefore evident that a body to spend all he made during the first year in advertising. He soon found such as the national legislature which flint 11 wiiu ImnnQiaiMi. fnr lhf Imn1- - contains eighty eight members in reason the mote he advertised the the upper house and three hundred more he made, and alter a streneous and fifty six in the lower house, cannot have a marked influence in the effort to get rid of his money in he had to give it up. If life of a community of such proportions. It is true tbat the sessions of you don't believe It, try it. Congress usually attract quite a number of people to Washington who have business with that body, or who are bent merely on pleasure. This fact is apparent in the hotels and A sometimes on Pennsylvania avenue, which is the main thoroughfare to the Capitol. It is of course to be expected that the number of people in the hotels, and in the streets, would furnish some Evory Parmor Should Tako as Congressevidence that such a body was in session. It can His County Pa-be readily understood, however, that a large body of people who have their por. home here, and are engaged in earns Country life when environed by ing their livelihood as is the destiny of even such oullnary comforts as are the average cliizen in all our Ameriwithin the reach of all is the only can cities, pursue the even tenor of ideal kind of human existence. There thci r way whether Congress is in sesis just enough of phsyical exeition in sion or not. In business circles as tountry life; just enough ol isolation well as in social circles, the presence from the rush nnd worry ol active city here of members of Congress and those life to prepare one for the thorough who are come here because that body is in session .is recognized, but busi-an- d enjoyment of every diversion. society goes on during the recess Take, ior instance, the custom of reading newspapers, which has grown ol Congress as well as during the to be a secondary part ot human na- sessions. One of the features of modern ture in this country. People who work on n farm or toil at the forge are Washington is the coming here of the people who get the greatest good people of wealth, who have money from the newspapers. Whentheday's enough to live where they please, and work is done and the family's head the only question with them is the comes to the fiicside he finds there his selection of a place that is the most weekly paper. He is weary of limb, desirable as a place of residence. As but his mind is active and anxious for they have money and leisnre, they are of course important elements in stimulation and food. Before him is a brief, crisp record of society, and coming as they do from tbe outside world for a whole week, all parts of the country, and it might and his mind takes hold of it with be added, from the world, they give avidity. Long nights about his fire- to social life here that cosmopolitan side have made ofhiman omniverous flavor which 13 apt to be noted by a newspaper reader, and by the time stranger. During the summer season the his next paper comes to him not a custom prevails at Washington as in line of the one laid aside is unread. Year in and year out the sturdy other large cities of spending a few weeks at the various resorts, and- - at farmer, mechanic and horny-handeson of toil, who compose by far the that season whether Congress ia in largest per cent and more substautial session or not', Washington is someelemeut of our natioual life, keep in- times apt to wear a deserted appearformed ol passing events. They get ance, especially t6 those who are accustomed to seeing the city during news week by week, Tbey have been able to watch the the winter mouth3. The usual funcevolution of politics; the progress of tions of society life arc dispensed with commercial life, the development of and those who remain in the city eninJustrialism as each link was forged joy social intercourse in an easy and in the great chain that binds us to simple iashion appiopriate to the the past and points us to the future temperature which is usual at this Not a brick that has been placed in time of the year. the wall ol our great structure of govIn one sense it may be said at this ernment has escaped their closest season all the world is out of town scrutiny; not an economic measure has yet in fact this is not the case. Men been incorporated in our National are constrained by business considerfabric with which they are unfamiliar. ations to remain at home during the It is not surprising, therefore, that summer season in Washington, as from the farm and forge often come well as in other cities, and in many our ablest thinkers, our best informed cases their families remain with them public men, and safest and wisest One element of tbe population, nameCounselors. ly the government employees, enjoy With the man of the city it is quite the privilege of a month's leave different. His life is one of rush His with pay, and as a rule the great thoughts are of individual atfairs. He majority prefer to spend their vacahas no time for deliberate reflections tion where they cau have 11 change of upon matters of great National imclimate and food. port. His life has been disciplined to But even when the army of governcombat and beat back the surging, ment employees are eliminated there stmggling,remorseless march of remains a large population here who that meets him in any and are engaged in carrying on the busievery avocation. He has no time to ness and manufacturing enterprises read more than the startling events of now one of the features of the city No time has he to is the capital of the nation. his daily paper. watch tbe progress of National affairs As the summer time is largely tbe except as he observes them in nutvacation season with the people all ters of business. through the country, the tide ol visi Among country people are often tors is usually large. Tbey wander found whole families surprisingly through the public buildings and viswell informed on all public events. ' it the points of interest in and about The weekly papei is not ouly of In- - j the city .and no doubt find that Washviuuuuic service 10 me nusoanu and ington is rather an enjoyable place to father, but is a boon companion to visit, even though Congress is not in the entire familyclrcle. From it they session. derive great benefit and great pleasHelUulej'e Conrleny to Ilia Wire. ure. It seenls in explicable in the face of Gov. McKinley has a very pretty these facts that any family should be custom of doffing his hat to his wife without one or two good weekly pa before beginning his days's work at pers, especially when they can be had , the Capitol, which has elicited many lor n mere tunc. a compliment from men and women NO.l. Latest U. S. Gov't Report In Poor I ' Trouble! arlitnz from Teeth'. IncDIaordtred Stonucb or Dowel Treublea quick!, by giving WASHINGTON IN 8.0MMER. OWENS PINK MIXTURE. means so much more than you imagine serious and fatal diseases result from trifling ailments neglected. Don't play with Nature's greatest gift health. ; Health LGit OvutalMd frM froai sll epln r ethtf ttoaMi 4rai la14 4oa lor t mi rer 19 Writ for uMlr free. the Qinutnt. Sold by all OtaUrt, fadr i Roli ygSZSael who have observed the daily incident Gov. and Mrs. McKinley occupy a suite of rooms in the Neil House, which stands opposite the Capitol. In the morning when the Governor crosses the street he walks 40 or 50 feet to the let ol the main walk in the Capitol grounds, and courteously lilts his hat and bows reverently to Mrs. McKinley, after which he proceeds slowly to his office. After lunch the same thing is repeated, aud this custom has been observed during the entire, time Goy. McKinley, has been in Cleveland Ledger, the State House. a ie Highest of all in Leavening Power. PJiOFfflSIONAL or CARD. 2fa and 50c. bottles. .r.wOwsNeaoao,KT rLOYDtvco. AESSOWSmY P3JESE aking LAWYER, rowaar Jim, N. Uteri ii, .I.N. II. UViIiIIiik, "w xsr-rxjE- , OWKNSU0KO, KY Will practice his proicBslon In l)nvies and adjoining counties. Special attention given to collection!. Office, Hank of Commerce Uuilding. REASON Should win in Year. WHY Ken- Unusually Number of ors. Large DR. TOWNSHEND A LAWYERS, HARTFORD, KY. (Onire, ore r Antlereon'a llaiaar.) GLENN & WEDDING. : Brown's out ol torn weak and generally have tio appetlis and can't wotk, begin al once tillable itrenfltienlne; medlclne.whlchla Brown Iron Bit a ter! A lew cure benefit cornea from the Ifyouarefeellnr The Republican Party tucky This With Better. Natural Resources, More Than tory but Died Comparatively Unknown. A Man who Made His- nervoui, Will practice their profession in al. thocourts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special nttention givon collections. Alss Notary Public for Ohio county. :Iron : Poriod of Groat Intorost iu Amorican Politics. outers Dyspepsia, Neuralgia, Constlnatlnn. Malaria, v.ry tint dote it unmH tUim ttmr Itilk, anil It a Ilcaianl to take. It Cures Kidney and Liver Troubles, rind Illnn.1 Almost any Other State. J ' " t nanwu ruruirn m nitTiunnp t.n 4 UHf Aiiiii,iu?vyiyirfj T fief lines on tlie wrapper All olheta are tub- ttllulea (m Iti.iilol two jc ttamptvre .....a ill ....I ... ... n I air Vltwa and boo- k- tree Nervous allmenU Women's complaints. nnlv ihH rrnulnp If I... .r..a.Ml rA The editor of the Republican has asked me to cotrllmtc n lev article in its columns upon the subject appearing nt the head of thll cxitri1u-tlon. for Children Pitcher's Castorla. i.. I J In accepting his invitation I nhill endeavor to temper my wordi with iTABLER'SPH'P BUCK EYE SHU! ! I OINTMENT co.. i CUKES NOTHING BUT A SURE PILES' I I BEST REMEDY for PILES. rmiriitT!:nii:::tfxia HOLD IIV AI.I. nitVOGIftTS. nnd CERTAIN CURE known for 10 yonrans tho si ura. t Cittapcake Ohio and Southwestern R. R. TII15 T315S'r BCTWCEN IvIIVJ5 I ' L0UI5VILLE AND MEMPHIS. " ' ALSO rnOM AND TO CINCINHATI AND EVANSVILLE. NORTH, Do not purcluuc a Ticket EAST. SOUTH OR WEST Until jkm Haw coiuullnl au Agent oflhe O. O. c S. W. R. R. T. B. LYNCH, I.IM1T1I1) TRAINS, rutuiAN uuj'i'ut suiunms, MouiiRN liguiraiurr. JOHN UCH0LS, GCN. their b'isluesi life, and cudeivorti) cjtivincc them that the vtriej State will b: i umeassl advanced by the rebuking it thd plU ol the party now lu powjr, and the election ol a Republican ticket. At no time in our history were the people of this State so ready to break asunder the bands of pirty servitude and stand forth as sovereign freemen as at the present time. The politician, with his roseate promises, has so often broken faith with a confiding constituency tint never, as now, were the masses so willing to weigh impartially the records of the great parties in .the scales of an unbiased judgment. The electors of the State will b; asked in a few months to indicate at the polls whether in their judgment the party which has held absolute control of every branch of the State government for more than n quarter of a century, merits by its public record a continued lease of power, or has the public service been so imprudently administered and are the promises for future administrations so clouded with uncertainty .that a conservative citizen, who considers the best interests of the Slate paramount to party supremacy, could justify a vote for the Republican State ticket with that desire for the best interests of the inter-ciUoft- tlicgreiteit mleratlon, cndeivjriui; by adispissbtnteappeiUj tU mi3j-ewho tht3 year, mire thin ever before, will make thtir votln j a pirt o( s, ! AflterllahiB. A trade Journal once requested some ol its largest advertisers to give their opinion as to the best time to stop advertising and the following replies resulted: "When population ceases to multiply nnd the generations that crowd on after you, and never heard of you stop coming on." "When you pcrcievc it to be the rule that men who never advertise are outstripping their neighbors in the same line ot business " "When men stop making fottunes right in your sight solely through the discreet use of this mighty When To Hto COUNTRY LIFE. Brief Eulogy on Country Life From the Kentucky Leader. ogent." "When you can forget the words of the shrewdest and most successful business men concerning the main cause of their prosperity." "When every man has become so thoroughly a creature of habit that he will certainly buy this year where he bought last." "When you would ratherhave your own way and fail than take advice and win." "When nobody else thinks it pays to advertise." NOT SURE OF VICTORY. Montgom- ery Says Tho Kontucky Outlook Is Not Rosy, Washington, July 29 Man Loui.viu.. Kr. 0N. PASS. AQT. 'The Lexington Business College.; (INCORPORATED ) iff K iH 3f U Is Ural Olllrlal rndorarmrnt, 111 lov of Ibe Commonwealth, ibtt Pitpaltlrnt HiaU College, and lit hwrftnrr nnd of the TruiirrrRlrnlnr Ka Hacurttjr Trust a it J Safety lllplomwa. VultOn lIKConMl.Nli:n iiy iurmr orrurcufal MUilVnli, whoso Hnlnrlss aggrrcata liuudrcda of ih r (Atiunl nf fJollttrMromannum ItiJlnr pro of ilia lUU.UDMtKS, ion M and luilnM mm who are Ita frltnd ami patrons Njatrm of Mul, trurllrnl lined in aver tlipart butluraa Inatrurllonequal by any inaitt, makr U tnuntlis 4 ntlicr "All l.AtllHT ANI HUJIUT AVVA1I1. rln, thv Hnl rremlumi. Oold and Droits Medalt and JMtloma, etc," at tba Inlcrtintlonal Hid Wlntrr txnuallloti, awardad hj salini vt I lent! lioltl(ri)iiar uieil In tula I'ollfice practical of lliiMlne lrnrtiuent 15 yeararcuuntant. exptult ncaaibOHat kenran)xirt HHitliHT AW'Alltt tV HIHILb'S i O " MtMHIlN EYI'ONITION IntothUAmirlcun bya ftillCK. and ttiu of Kbortiiand,' taught Ilia Illtlieatv Entliirariurnt In the World our Hhorthuud Department tan ex to tha had of court raporteri frnm Ilia authora of tuU Hneui TKI.FUKA1IIY. Nuitrrliiteiideiit ot our Ilnllnnr nnd TeleBrniiU Hy atrm liai a racurd of II eara' iiractlcnl vxperUnre, from Nlrl I Operator to Chief Train Dispatcher, v 111. tho Kmloraed by lariccut Trunk I Inettn America Operator. In In liUpati liera .Superintendent and B leading railway and telegraph companlea. Tne Unlr Hr'tot In tlie Morld ownhiff and operating a ut.p.ete Hallway nyttem for thu purpoiA of flttliiic ita araduaiei to co direct to goon! poltlona ah prartfcal operator oi iMilVintAl. iNstliutTION In all department NatluMiltvrk. 1 HLh with ajiycnune renmanililp llutlneat Oorreipondemp, Commercial Lvt, roinmerclal ArUhmetltt nnd Upelllnjr IMaii," I'OSlTlOSN.-'Ml- ur 4Juarunte lent free Writ for It nave you money Write IIOMi; NTl'OV, will Instructions, tuat $)TS,000.00 4Jiirnnt for THE PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH. .V CvlUgcl lOonnectttt wtth M$ Mate A t fiuor t tlio State? Realizing full well the prejudices which have opposed us, and that those prejudices must fall only because of their inherent weaknesses, it is extremely gratifying that the sentiment which supported these prejudices have no place in this. age. The social ostracism which confronted our fathers, who were bold enough to identify their interests with the party of Lincoln has rapidly dls appeared. Our young men, who are sensitive to social excrations, no longer have to enrich the blood of the great North and West, thereby impoverishing ours, in order to become identified with the achievements of the Republican party. This age is lruitful in possibilities, and our soil is pregnant with vast re-- , sources. The energy, the talent and the ability of this generation must be kept in our borders, that the luture may find us enjoying an ndvanced place in the sisterhood of States. Our soil is as fertile, our climate as fertile, our forests as extensive and valuable, our mines as rich, oar landscape as picturesque cs the most favored of the States. With this happy contemplation, how are we to account for the fact that dear old Kentucky, having already entered upon the second century of her existence, and the first State to pass dn act of admission to statehood with the original "thirthirty-seconteen," occupies place in the sisterhood in per capita wealth and her manufacturing interests are less than one percent, of those Interests In the United States. W.J. Hessen in Newport Republican. y d d The fidelity ol the slaves during the civil war to the families they served The REy.W. com-petio- n our Colleao lw erected nnd furulihed by ui, to nieel tha requirements of our prarttral system of Initrur lion t'lirnur lleat. perfect renttlatlon The larjresl and most per I tttlr equipped llualueju tJullesl Ilulldlua n tha No ii tli. l!KWAUi:.-Ho- m eolleces. whose responsibility rests upon their word only, will tell you tbat they will lve you the Msam," or a "mora ilioroutfh injurs)," lu " less tluie," or for " leaa innney." eta , titan It takes to complete a with us ctrai are ftalsp. Illustrated of such claims, Catalorue free. tliry AXlreas, 0.C UALUUU.V.lTlncipal, fui.di. owned, i:m:oat ta aa repreaented, nvav or money iiuilihmj, re J. Walker's Prayer. MHh rwiuiumMiHAwii HrtrloIlli,uteT, w. un. ic v. 1'iincii Dtar hir- -l with to "rarorlt " la Inform you or the twucflt ray wlfu baa received from tbe uao of your medlolnea. I muat aay tbat your I'rcacrlp-tlo- n llewr Laslnxton. Kr. MA. w.-vw- i te '! r Dlaoovery" and Got our prices on . r "nuaeani D.ll.t. and I am fully tbey are all you picnic bills nnd wo Tin w t claim them to wlahlng you ant luocew, and honing that tho Almighty do your work. Best lu your oontinuo Ilia am, toward you work, work guarnnteed.Seo us before going CURE PIERCE M tbe beat fe mala regulator on earth my wlfa baa been cured by tbe timely ute of It. 1 bave been ualna . 5 the "Cloldou Medical tailed entrusted to him, Office in Rci'UB-lio- ax protest against Henry Clay's camBuilding. paign surrender to the slavery interest beat Clay for the Piesidency by :m:. taking enough votes from him in that State, which was "pivotal" in that HARTFORD, KY, year as often since, to give the State Will practico Ins profession in all th to James K. Polk and the Democracy. courts of Ohio nod adjoining counties. Four years later "Barnburner" ele- Careful attention will bo given to al postoffice should have been paid out ment of the Free Soilers turned the business entrusted to his caro. Col" long ago, but the Secretary has been scale in the same State against the lections a specialty. Office ivith the obliged to do an injustice to this loDemocrats and gave the Whigs the J county Attorney. Also Notary Publi cality in order to keep up appearances Presidency. The men of so he keeps the money which should the days did not win u have gone into the pockets ot many political prizes for themselves, GREENVILLE, KY. long ago locket up in the but they exerted a powerful influence If all of the on politics. Much of what they lack- Will practico his profession in all tk country's strong box. courts oi Muhlenberg and adjoining work authorized by Congress had ed iu number they made up in courcounties. Special nttention will b been carried on, the deficit which Mr. age, resourcefulness and persistence. given to collections and all bu&iatua Carlisle will have to report in a few Most ol their leaders.cxccpt Giddings, entrusted to hio care. Offict days would have been much larger. Hale, Julian and a few others who door bolow poslofllce. San Francisco Chronicle. served in Congress, were unknown to DE5. the great masses of the people even Kvety line in a new3 paper costs dutlng the days" of their activity, yet (Oonnly Attorney) something. If it is for the benefit ol they left their mark on history. JC&.W, an individual firm it should be paid Globe Democrat. for, If a grocer was asked to donate HARTFORD, KY. ' An Ohio man who 3 being sued for Will practico his profession iu the groceries to those able to pay for them he would refuse. The proprietor of breach of promise makes the defense Courts ot Ohio and adjoining conn-tic- s. Special attention giveu to colof a newspaper must pay for the free that he proposed on Sunday, and that lections. Office iu Courthouse. advei Using if the beneficiary does not according to the laws of the State And yet it is one of the hardest things contracts made on Sunday are not leJNO. B. WILSON, to be learned by many that a news, gally binding. This will be a big paper has space in its columns to rent pointer to girls who have best fellows. HARTFORD, KY. The business-lik- e woman should be Dloomlngton World. it to live. careful how she enters upon contracts given col" SPECIAL attention abstracts, to tc making County fairs are a good thing, and of this nature on Sunday and other also Notury Public lor Ohio County. Commissioner McDowell, of the Agri- legal Jiol (days. Office North side of public spure. cultural Bureau, believes in pushing To the premium list of them along. each of those to be held in Kentucky during the present year Col, McDowell has added fso.Overfooo of the appro priatlon for this department were sent out yesterday in packages of $50 each to the officials of several fairs to be held during this month. Montgomery, of Kentucky, is in Washington, but does not seem to be very confident of Democratic victory in Kentucky this fall. He says that at present the fight over the money question is dividing the Democrats of Kentucky, and makes the election of a Republican Senator not only possible, but probable, though the Kentucky Democrats hope to restore harmony beiore the election. He says the money question does not enter into the contest, because Hardin, though a silver man, is pledged-tthe platform.and the question of finance was settled in the convention. He thinks Hardin will be elected, even if the chanres for Democrats carrying the Legislature is not, of the best. o DivT. S'. Tdvnishcndi who has just died in Ohio, and who is dismissed with two or three lines by the few papers outside of his State who mentioned his death at all, was a man who help to make history without making himself known to any considerable number of his in the Ohio Legislature of 1849, which had n Senator to elect, there were just two Free Soil members, of whom Dr. Townshend was one, and those two dictated the choice of the Senator. They were enabled to do this because the Whigs atid Democrats in the Legislature were so nearly tied that these two votes held the balance. The two Free Soilers, making better terms with the Democrats than they could with the Whigs,helped the Democrats in their plans, in return for the Democratic vote for Salmon P., chose, then a Free Soil leader. This election statted Chase 011 ills national career. Chase's election at that time was paiticularly opportune both for Chase ry himself and for the cause. His entrance into the Senate in 1849 was a welcome re enforcement to Jno. P. Hale, of Newhamshire, the solitary Free Soiler in that body, who went iu two years earlier than Chase. In the House of 1849-.5- I the Free Soilers ten or twelve representatives, among them being Joshua R. Giddings and J. M. Root, of Chase's State; David Wilmot, of Pennsylvania, the author of the famous proviso which became the central article in the creed of the Free Soil party of 1848-5and of the Republican party which was formed in the latter year; George W. Julian, Indiana, the only Free Soiler leader still alive, and Charles Allen, of Massachusetts. This little band of did grand work for the cause of freedom in that Congress. Chase's speech against the compromise of 1850 was the most notable made on that in the Senate except that of the Whig Seward, the"higher law than the Constitution" speech, which called out ns many cries of "treason!" from the South as Patrick Henry's Caersar-Charle- s 1. -- George III. speech did lrom the loyalists in the Virginia Legislature. The handful of men on Dr. Towns-henside impressed themselves powerfully 011 the affairs of their time. The 16,000 votes cast in New York by Birney's Liberty party in 1844 as a anti-slave5 d's piEY square. M. L. HUAVRIN. HEAVRIN jJT AW Will practice his profession in Olii and adjoining counties, aud court (it Anneals. Special nttention given collections. Office east sido of puHii HAitrtoiiii, ky. f i SlIEMlY TAYLOR. & TAYLOR, attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Will practico thier profession in all the Courts of Ohio and. adjoining counties, and in the Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office, next door to Bank of Hartford. Perry Westerfield, Attorney at Law. Beaver ED.C1UFFY. G-taff- Dam, Ky. cSc Attorneys gjgt gaw, STartford.. 2Cu.ts.clcy. Will practice mall courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, Superior Court and Court of Appeals. Collections and all legal business attended to. Office 329 E. llarket St, IRIngro, B.D.RINGO It. R. WEDDING Attorney at Law, Hartfoud, Ky. Will practico his profession in all the courts oi Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Office, room '20, Hartford House. counties and Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office next door below Common cial Hotel. Hartford, Ky. practice WILL courts of his profeseion in all Ohio and adjoining 0m a mi) Jo. B. ROGERS, Kfforney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will practico his profession in tkn courts of Ohio and adjoining countisi Careful attention giveu to ail busiueaw The Secretary ot the Treasury manages to keep his balance from fallln g below one hundred and eighty-thre- e million dollars by refusing to spend money long since appropriated. The amouut which was to be devoted to beginning work 011 the San Francisco c. Attorney at Law, anti-slaver- y work-iuguie- Attorney at Law, d :E. 2SnEiJi.lJ Attorney at Attorney afjaw Republican Don't delay but keep yourself posted in stato and county affairs by subscribing ior The Hartford a n d J. R. PiRTLE Tl aat- - a be: ao. 'abund- Ood will noblo bloaalnga I else-wbor- o. To Nllb.crlbera." The date at which your subscription expires is ptinted in plain figures on the margin of paper, opposite your name. Please pay particular attention to the same and we shall be pleased to receive your renewal. Louisville Commercial both papors ono year for only $1.25 in wi hi tmmammm m m m . . DENTIST HARTFORD. KKNTUCKY Williams & advance Or, Price' Cream Baking Powder Is prepared to do any and all kinds Prices most of Dental Operations. reasonable. Office over Bell's Drug Store. OH HOMEY IS UEFVNOUO, aitiecrltlou. Wliy tint lo mice iny your World's Pair llliheit Award. (Im. .deaJBeBMatAftaaar eia.aiAA..jA . j... eiss aBraw . .nt,.i-'- - atai JaTafesawwsjSjaap Tiiuiib aro a fow peoplo living who One neat advertisement in n good think tho world could not get along nowspoper is worth a cartload of cirwithout them, but tho world would rUBUSHBD EVHIIY FHIDAY M0KN1N0 culars. liko to have tho ploasuro of trying tho Owl Gives I HAH A. AM)i:it.N.V Proprietor. TiiHplahof polar oxplorfltion by experiment, nnyway. Notes JO. II. nourilM on Editor. means of balloons will bo, given a tost who havo been Tun Detectives in tho near futuro. Whisky QuesFriday, Auoust, a, 1895. making oass against murderer tion. Tug waited Holmes havo been so successful in have teachors yoar. Subscription, $1.25 por about six months for their pay after solving mysteries that it might lie STATE SENATOR. well to refer to them tho unearthing Makes Some Suggesit was earned and duo, owing to Wn are authorized to announce Yet not of tho criminal who struck Billy mismanagement. tions and Offers Dr. A. D. Jambs, Of Muhlenberg county, as n candidate satisfied with that tho Domocrats a few Hints. for State Senator in the 8th Senatorial have nominated 11 man for Governor in reading tho Tun Cbiirier-.onrw- f District, subject to the action of the of tho State who favors tho paymont Tho Subjoot Opqn ior DisBlackburn men out says: Republican party. of tho teachers in 60 cent dollars. "It is nbsurd to call any onudidalo cussion. y Tun National G. A, R. Encamp- for tho Legislaturo to nvoto for a frco who propose man Permit us through, the columns of ment meets in Louisvillo Monday, silver candidate for tho United Status to say something Tint September This Is tho first rionate. What do tho professions of In behalf ol tho good people of Hartmeeting of tho organiiallon South of such n mini amount to when thoy aro No man has ford, for upon them will fall the blunt disproved by his act? of the Ohio River and will bo tho bigany appreciation ot tho naturo and of the issue n6w before Hartford gest event in Lnuiavillo in many importanco of tho iseuo of sound mon- which Is whisky or no whisky, that years. It is a great opportunity and ey who ou personal or nny other is if whisky carries upon them will every citizen who can do u should grounds would lilt u finger to elect n the curies; the blight and sorrow that United State Senator who would attend. nl ways follows the saloon, upon the vote ngalnst it." other hand if the saloon is kept out Still tho &urier.Journil iuiwtB that Junan Smith, ot the Louisvillo Popeace and happiness will be their lot. large it is n Sound Money paper and that lice Court, is stowing away a Now in the start we want to be righto tho Kentucky Domocray is pledged ly understood In number of bad characters iu tho regard to this quesso as to clear tho city of toughs to Sotiud Money when tho only claim tion, first we do not hold any malice and tramps beforo theG.A.R.Encampo to bucIi a pretense is tho reaffirming ns wc do not know any of the parties He says ho intends to have of tho Chicago platform of 1892, who advocate whisky nor do wc ment. TO VOTE THE KEPUULIOAN tho city so clear of criminals before which it anything but a hopeless wish them any harm. None in the Vhat least, but we want to submit a few tho meeting that tho old soldiers will straddle, means Free Silver. TICKET PUT THE X bo safe anywhero in tho city, any is sauce for Blackburn ought to bo propositions for their consideration. UNDER THE LOG Now you whlskymen if it is right sauce for Watterson. hour in tho day or night. CABIN. to sell whisky in Hartford and you The Republican Stato Central That mob law is subversive of The Herald this week informs its ate in favor pf it, and believe it is a Committco recently adopted the Log good govcrment and wholly unjustifiscattering readers that an accident legitimate business and will improve Cabin as tho emblem to bo placed able, is true beyond all question. befell one of Hartford's pretty littlo the town and surrounding country ballets instead Within two week two coses of tho mieses in 'which both bones cf her arm then are you wilting to submit to the upon the Republican against tbo uso of which lynching of innocent men by mfurat-c- d were broken obove tho elbow. sf the Eagle It's following proposition: Are you willthe Democrats were about instituting mobs have oomo to light one in the samo sheet displaying a like amount ing, that is all men who arc in favor an injunction. The Log Cabin is Clarke county, this State, and one of information which pretends to of whisky, willing to wear,a badge on the lappet of your coat or vest it In the emblem adopted by the old Whigs in Mississippi. is growing high doubt tho position of Tin: IlErtni-licaIt in tho campaign of I84O and tho sug- time that tho leaders of these mobs on tho liquor question. Our your shirt sleeves stating that you are a member of the society who favor To voto tho should be proceeded against for murgestion was found hero. contemporary seems to be losing a the sale of whisky,and have upon the Republican ticket stamp the X in tho der. large portion ol its ncVcr abuudaut badge your name and number, the space below tho Log Cabin. supply of gray matter. number andyour name to be registerTun conduct of tho young bloods in the Annual Encampment of KenThe gall manifested by the Wets ed at your county clerks office; pay-lu- g a reasonable fee for same. tucky State Guards is coming to be a who have insisted upon the right to By doing this you will declare to very loathsomo nuisance. Tho young vote whisky upon the county town, Governor, when a majority of 700 citizens havo the world how you stand and of men composiug tho Military compaCOL. "WM. O. BRADLEY. aro given an outing each year said it should not be sold anywhere course you will not be ashamed to do nies of Garrard county at tho expense of tho State, may bo in the county, is brazen enough this if you arc right in your position Lieutenant Governor, you have taken, now when a good tolerably good when at home, but as but when it's remembered that thocost WM. J.WOKTHINGTON, woman or man either professes religsoon as they get away on these trips of tho election, oide from the adverion they are willing and do iu some of Greenup county. of tising and court orders together with they turn themselves into a horde iutances wear a silver badge stating Auditor, bums, whoso toughness is exceeding- a goodly part of tho cost of tbo result- they arc christians and are not BAM H. STONE, Strange to say tho recent ing contest will no doubt bo paid ashamed of doing the clean thing, no ly tough. of Madison county. Henderson Encampment passed with- by tho county, tho unfairness of the never and when a man refuses to ' out a killing. Perhaps this is only an thing becomes still more apparent. come square out and put on his Secretary of State, it comes to a corporal's badge stating his position let it be When evidence of tho long sufiering CHARLES FINLEY, of the good people of that guard overturning the will ot 5,000 what it may then there is something of Whitloy county. voters, things aro bordering upon wrong, there is something dead up flourishing city and must not be conTreasurer, Tho law does not the creek. strued to mean that tho boys conduct- tho unbearable. W. LONG, GEORGE ed themselves in anything but their contemplate such a state of case and Now we do not deem it necessary of Grayson county. the Court of Appeals will hardly sus- to go into a long discussion upon this usual savage manner. Attorney General, tain such a hardship. question for or against it but come JUDGE W. S. TAYLOR, right to the point and say are you UP AND AT 'EM. As time moves on the condition of advocatiug of Butler county. something you are That the Republicans of Kentucky Ccurt raid and tho out buildings ashamed of aud arc not willing to enter upon the present campaign with the Supt. of Public Inrstruction. thereon grows more miscrablo and wear a badge so stating to the world. far brighter prospects of success W. J. DAVIDSON, distressing. Day by day tho break Now don't ruu off and leave the than ever before in the hiEtory of the of Pulaski county. and the dequestion and begin to talk about Thoy in tho fence gums wider party, goes without faying. Rigister of tho Land Office, molition of what might bo as pretty a some man's character, but come right cuter tho campaign upon a platform CHARLES 0. REYNOLDS, public squaro as there is iu the State, out and say are you willing to wear which pledges tbo party to the mainof Fayette county. receives no check. But October will your badge, think over this and see tenance of a tariff sjstem which will como sometime and with it the sit- how you think you would feel with Commissioner of Agriculture, give adequate protection to American ting of the Court of Claims when your badge on at the hurrying of some LUCAS MOORE, larmers, artisans and manufacturers, seme action will be taken, one who had been killed in a saloon a urcly of Marion county. and which declares for an honest dollook ing to the protection of tho coun- and died leaving a family of little lar. Their opponents enter the conRailroad Commissioner 1st Dist. children and a helpless wife, think is very poor econotest burdened with the record of the ty's property. It the spigot and how the world would look nt you as JERRY E. PORTER, which has my which saves at National administration, you move along the streets wearing of Hickman county. No doubt a wastes at the bung. your Dadgc saying you belonged to succeeded in emptying the Treasury, Ccmmitteo will bo appointed at the the society who favored whisky, SPECIAL NOTICE. in producing a deficit in tho public of the Court to look af- who thought the opening of the sain increasing the National October term revenue, ter estimates and tho receiving of loon would improve your town mor.it-l- y We have mado repeated appeals to debt by two large loans, in spreading bids for tho work to bo let, which and finaucialiy,ot course if you are subscribers who are in arrears with dismay and ruin in business through- Committee will report in January and right iu what you advocate you will out the land and in bringing the flag us; some have responded cheerfully tho contract, no doubt, be let by not be ashamed to wear your badge. into such disrepute among tho nations and paid one year in advance, others of the world that petty governments February 1. If the winter should be Now as we said before we do not dedisagreeable the woik could not b& sire to be personal in our writing have paid no attention to our no- insult it with impunity. completed, perhaps, before May 1, and hold no malice as we do not tices. To all those who have paid we Democracy is further burdened Tho and that would seem to bo as early as know personally a single man in are very thankful, to thoee who have by tho odium attaching to a quarter of tho work can be done under tho plan Hattford, but we will make the asof State not paid, wo aik you again to call or n century of mismanagement As the necessities sertion that there Is not a man In the outlined above. affairs during which millions of dolsend in that subscription account you the caso are, however, so extreme- town or country who will be willing lars of tho peoples money have been of badge as above stated. at a great expense ev- wrung from them in the way of high ly urgent it may bo the Court will to wear his owe. We are Now why this why advocatea thing ery week and MUST have what is taxes, the State's indebtedness has a waid the ccntiact in October and you are ashamed of why impose a have tho work done this full. If this Look at the been increased, the taxes made duo us on subscription. a thing upon a people that you know be dono it will be much more acthe banks released from a can is not right and that will' bring mislabel on your paper and you will see ot puttingtho ceptable than the plan ery crime and disgrace and sorrow share of the burdens of taxation, how much you are indebted to us, just completion of the work nine or ten beyond our power to describe when the State's industrial and educational and don't rest until you have paid it mouths in the future. you know it is nil wrong? No the progress retarded and tho Treasury off. Your subscription account is in great measure in a state of banktruth is you know it is all wrong and you are only advocating a thing MRS. BEAN DEAD. just as essential aa any account and ruptcy. from a selfish standpoint, from a Thete area few of tho weights with you ought to pay it just tho same as candidates A Good, Christian Lady Pass- worldly view you arc looking at this which the Democratic will con any other account, and you matter and some see a dollar in it contest and these ed into tho Untried f er a great favor on us by paying must enter the while others see an opportunity to weights must be carried through for World. gratify their appetite for strong drink AT ONCE. But just they cannot bo unloaded. and at last death will claim you and Last Monday evening as the day you will be without hope and de Cihcuit Court convenes Monday hero is tho danger to Republican success the breakers on whose rocks was drawing to a close, Mrs. Mary struction will stare you in the face, for a three weeks term. tho bright prospects of Republican Beau, wife of Rev. G.J. Bean, laid then where will your badgebe found, Thk man who expects most of tho victory may bo shattered. Over con- down her life and passed into the arms in the last day what will you do with Tl-a-t Reof her Savior to enjoy the sweet bless- your badge? Every individual who n owspaper is tho man who contri fidence. Beware of it. publican who believe tho Democracy ings of the heavenly world. She had opposes the saloon is willing to weir butes nothing to its support. will mako little or no effort to win is always lived an upright, christian life, a badge stating their reasons for the It is surprising that so small an ar very badly mistaken. It is quite and at the time of her death her faith same, yes they will wear it at the bedticlo as a pocket book is largo enougl: tiuo that thousands of honest, fair was still strong. She had been a pa- side of the sick, at the burying of to contain the greater part of most minded Democrats will break away tient sufferer from consumption but their best friend any where they are men. from old affiliations and support the bore her afllctions meekly, knowing willing to wear their badge and call those whom he upon the Lord to witness that they Republican ticket, hut tho Democrat- the Lord chasteneth Funeral was preached are working for peace and happiness While Henry Watterson and tho ic machino which has managed the loveth. other recently converted Sound Mon-o- y Democracy and through it misman- by Rev. 15. 15. Pate Tuesday. Interr-me- nt of their fellowtueu, and are not at Oakwood. ashamed of it in nny way or manner Democrats are cursing Joe Blackaged tho affaire of tho Stato will not Mrs. Bean had reared a family of of course a christian need not wear a burn until thoy are black in tho face give up without n struggle. They have eight children all of whom have badge to show to the world that they tho Democratic primaries and confed so long and so fatly at tho public reached manhood and womanhood. are christians for their walk will tell ventions go gaily on nominating crib that no means, fair or foul, will are nil living, Messrs. that, but wc say tf necessary they Blackburn men for tho Legislaturo bo left untried which might add to Her children Henry and Thomas Bean, Mrs. W.H. would and some do wear a badge tbo hopo of continued Democratic Sulphur Springs, Messrs. stating that they are christians. LikeDuke, Y ou have seen pueumatio tires for Tho party lash, preju- Leonard, John and Marvin Beau and wise those who favor saloons need supremacy. bicycles, and heard suggestions about dice, ignorance and all will be an; Mrs. M. J. Ross and Miss Anna Bean not wear a badge to show where they pueumatio tires for buggios and wagMrs. Bean was In her stand as their walk will tell that and pealed to, for tho bosses realizo that of this place, ons and street cars and railroad trains for them it is a lilo and death strug67th year, and had been a member of their walk is In the saloon, every o have heard of and perchance gle. It is, iu short, a fight between the Methodist Church for many years. time. Now let the saloon men meet saddles, but somo sharp Yankee The sympathy of the entire com- and decide when they will hold a pubgood government and tho peoplo upon has made a pair of pueumatio pants. onosidoand tho oflice holding oli- munity goes out to her aged companlic meeting and in that meeting elect Tbo Populists and a large number and In that officers, formulate Let no Re. ion who Is left behind. garchy upoti the other. of Democrats aro urging Uuclo Sam request all members to wear a badge publican be carried away by prospects Nollce. become the manufacturer of pneuto Mrs. It. W. Burdette, Conference as above stated, and nublish the tiro- alone, but rather let each recurring matic money,, but like pneumatio which poiuts to Republican organizer ot Parsonage and Home ccedings lu the papers so that all pants, such mo'uoy would bo entirely ovent, success, bo only a means to redoublo Missiou Societies, for the Louisville may see how they stand, If they are too windy. Conference M. E. Church, South, will right as they say they are, and when his own efforts for tho Republican Church at Hartford Ky., we come to Hartford we will know ticket and the consequent redemption address the Wedne3day evening 8 p. iu. at the who we are talking to as we are a uu CJumL rn of Kentucky from tho clutches of tho I i&uich Hrl un. TWM We trust that stranger there, the badge will tell the I nl lulling HoMbr drurel.u. party which basso flagrantly violated M. 1!. Church, South. ararydwrci zm mz tale. But don't you know there Is there will be a good attendance. Its duties to tho people. Hartford Republican DEAHHELD. The Some the not a man that will put ou that badge no he would as soon be seen with n penitential y suit ou of stripes, he would wear one as quick as the other and in fact there would not be much difference nny wny, between the two because the suit follows the Ixulge soon nny way. was dealt out lu n great many cased ve ate aware ot the tort that there aro quite a number cf got d clti.ui who cither directly or Indirectly advocate the open saloon, but the question I why do they do It or In other words arc they willing to wear the badge ns nbove stated, that Is the question don't run oil and begin to tell about some church member who drinks or who docs this nud that; that has nothing to do with the question not in the least. It is but too true wc have church members who drink and n few who advocate open saloons but tlinlik the Lord they arc representing the devil and not Owr.. the church. 0WENSB0R0 DEPARTMENT. 'Locals, I The Only Great and thoroughly llable nerve building-u- p te- News Notes nter-o- st medicine, tonic, vitalizcr and and Items of ' From That Thriving tlo City on tho Ohio. v If justice Blood Lit- Dom-ocrnt- io Purifier Pat-tcito- Before the people today, and which stands preeminently above all other medicines, is mm X mice. sound-mouo- THE CAMPING PARTY work-hous- Returned Saturday After Spending Several Days In the Woods. A jolly camping party left here last week for the mouth of No Creek to spend some time in shooting nnd fishing. What was'lacking In size of the crowd was made up In good hu mor nnd all spent a pleasant time with plenty of game such as fish, squirrels, turkeys &c. The party was made up as follows: Messrs. Os. Holbiook, J. A. Smith, W. M. Pair, O. I. Thomas nud M. Beau. Clny DiithII Hilled. Mr. H. C. Duvall, a former student of Hartford College, and n popular young man, was killed near Fisher vitle last Saturday, He was braking on the railroad nnd going through a bridge he was struck. He lived until the train reached Shclbyvllle where he died. He had only been married a short white. A dispatch in Mondays Courier-Journfrom Lietchlield says: H. Clay Duvill, the young brake- man who was killed by being stntck by nn overhead bridge near Shclbyvllle, on the Louisville Southern railroad last night, was the eldest son of Dr. H.C. Duvall, of Viae Grove, but until eight months ago a resident of this county. He was twenty-on- e years ot age, and just seven months ago yesterday married Miss Virgie Gardener, young the handsome daughter of Postmaster J. W. Gardner, of this place. He wasa modest, moral and sober young man, always popular with all who knew him, and had every luxury a young man could de sire, but could not resist the fasciuas tion of a railroad. Several years ago, contrary to his father's wishes, he secured a position as baggagemaster on the C, 0. and S. W. railroad, and about a year ago secured a position with the Louisville Southern, and, having an ambition to holdaresponsiblcpositlon on the road, resolved to begin at the bottom and work his way up, and at the time of his death was breaking on a mixed train which runs between Louisville and Harrodsburg, and hoped soon to be promoted. al Business is quiet InOwensboro. , The Rosa Hlte.n new.well equipped boat for the trade, will take the place of the Can io Hope. She will make her first trip next Monday. Ev.uisvllle now enjoys the advantage ol salt water baths. The nata torium is 40 x So feet, and 3K to 6 feet deep. It is supplied from an artesian well 1S00 fett deep. The is perfectty clear and Is as fine for bathing purposes as though It came direct from the ocean. The Ohio river Is at a good stage ol water now, nud river business is active. The recent heavy rains have done much damage to tobacco in low rva-t- Sarsaparilla It has won its hold upon the' hearts of the people Ty its own absolute intrinsic merit. It is not what we say, but what Hood's Sarsaparilla docs that tells the story: HOOD'S Hood's Cures prepar- Even when all other ations and prescriptions fail. "I was Ukon with a pain in my rlghl side which ran down Into my limbs nd my ankles swelled and broko out In running sorts in mon different ' plnoc. Blnco I hire used Hood's the tores have healed and I havo trained flttcon ponnds In weight." Jobib ItAxnrs, Prestonbnrff, Ky. ground. The merchants of Owenslwro are taking advantage of the dull sernon to invoice nnd rehaul their goods preparatory to laying in n large fall stock. All predict o good fall trade. The firm of C. IS. Mitchell Co. wilj bring on the largest stock they have ever handled. R It. Shackielord & Co. are also preparing for a large trade. The wheat crop In Dxviess county Is about 15 per cent better than the crops of 1894. New wheat is selling 6octs. on the market. While In conversation with a member of the firm of Baker Bros., the largest wheat dealers lu the county, on the general improvement iu the cultivation ot wheat, he oflcrcd the recipe for washing seed .vheat to keep out smut. "Use about one pound of bluestone to sis bushels of wheat dissolving- it first In hot water. A pound of bluestone will dissolve in about five quarts of water. Make a a tub of the mixture and wash the wheat thoroughly just before owing." This recipe is recommended by the highest Hngliih authorities on the subject and has provn a success iu this country. New potatoes are selling at 40 cis. The crop is very fine so far, nud there wilt doubtless be a better ylekl per acre than for severely airs. The fruit crop is large, and is a good quality. Flour has declined, the best selling at $4 25 per bbl. The recent heavy rains will make the corn and tobacco crops. The prospect for a good corn crop, especially, is more flattering than it has been for years. Tobacco is late, but the average in larger than that of last year, and the weed Is growing nicely. .W. E. and I. N. Parrish, Main street, Owensboro, Ky are closing out at cost.about 50 Teachers' Bibles, Pocket Bibles. Now is your opportunity to get a nice bible cheap. Write them giving price nnd style, also a nice line of Photographalbums. Hood's puis Get HQQTO llllilf Nneieljr safsj n Rev George S Sivage, of Winchester, Ky., representinv'the American Bible Society, delivered an interesting and Instructive sermon .it the Metho v dlU Church Sunday at .11 o'clock. At night Rev. Savage delivered an ccdlont addrcsi on the subject, "Bible Societies" and prosented very forcibly twth the past achlcviueuU of the societies nud tuc the work yet tn be done through the R epublican Ticket. 1 ' I , I I e The first llible Society was founded iu tSai. The American Bible Suiety was founded in 1S16 Through the efforts of all the socle- -' ties 250,000.000 Otbles and Testaments have been distributed throughout the world. Last yetr the Sod ties distributed 7,000,000 copies of the Scriptural. The Scriptuie have been tmnslat-- j eil into 400 different laugnagM and dialecU. Under the anpeoien of the Ameri can Dible Society Rev. McConnell CAiivMed Ohio county Ust year and visited 1,002 families. 236 of which were withont the Bible. Of these destitute he supplied 214 and 6 refused abnotutely to accept the Biblu even a, a gilt. Individuals not connected with a family supplied 63; bosks sold 325. amounting toficV), 70; books donated 135; cost of books donated, $16.75. Total cot of canvnts of the county, including- salary and bonks donated $138 A). The Ohio County Auxiliary, which is n branch of the AmorlwuUible Society, was reonranitwl with the following officers for the ensuing year: G. II. Williams, President; Jo. B. Roger!!, Secretary; T. I, Oriftln, Depositary and Treasurer. Uxceutlvc Board: Dr. W. Pbrd. P. L. Pollx, Dr. J. T. Milter. J R. Pogle, B. D. Rlngo. The Depository is kept at 7. Wayne Griffin & tiro's drugstore where Bibles and Testaments arc sold at cent and donated to those unable to buy. The Auxiliary hopes to have a collection taken in every church in the county during the year for the Iwnc-f- it of the cause in this county. missionary spirit of the church. Among the interesting facts stated by the speaker were the following: a MR. YEISER. Ono of zens called by death. Hartford's Bost Citi- When When When When pneu-raati- by-la- PMJt-iU-irUI;mail- .-l Last Wednesday evening Mr. F, W. Yeiser quietly and peacefully breathed his last, surrounded by friends and loved ones, who had at'('oininrniliililo llniiilelcle " There is now in Sing Sing prison , tended to his every waut through his He had awaiting death by electrocution, a long and patient sufiering. been confined to his room for one young woman named Jfnria Bathed, andallthroughihis suf- convicted by a jury, presumably sane year and fering he was never hearJtoimunuur and competent, of murder lu the first at his lot. He was born in Adair degree, for the killing of a man who county in July 1837, and while young had betaryed and soduced her under he located in Daviss conty, afterwards the promise of marriage. The facts moved to Ohio county, where he brought out on the trial showed th at the always lived a useful life. He was wretch put the girl uader the married March 15, iS6r, to Miss drugStoraakehernn easier vicValeria Johnson, and to them were tim ot his lust.nnd that when she disborn five children, four of whom are covered her condition she begged him no living, Messrs Nathan, A. C. and to save her fro disgrace by marriage, C. 15. Yeiser and Miss Susie Yeiser. but that he replied only lu jest and He had been a constant member of ridicule. Then she slew him. So the Baptist church for over thirty long as the unwritten law of this years. land that no man can be punished for Funeral services were conducted killing the seducer of his wile, his r or his daughter, it Is strange that from the family residence yesterday evening at 2 o'clock, conducted by a jury should find a verdict of death Rev. A. B. Smith, after which the ngalnst a woman for killing her own remains were laid to rest In Oakwood seducer. There should be a new ver. to await the resurrection morn. diet for such cases. "Justifiablehom-iclde- " is not sufficient. It should be "commendable homicide," and the Ior Hie "IiuiiiiiolliCRte. A crowd from Harlington and Hendperson found "guilty" of it should be erson passed through Hartford yester- sentenced to get a pension from the day for the Mammoth cave. They State. There Is a petition for the were entertained while In Hartford commutation of Miss Barberl's senby Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gueutlier. tence now In the hands of the Govers The young men composing the party I nor of New York. But nothing less were Messrs Frank Rash,Karlington, man a lull and Jrec pardon will do and Wat Rash, James Vernan and justice to the subject. Globe DemThe ocrat. Jack Williams, Henderson. young men are making the trip in a Mr. Hunted t'oiiiillnirtileil. wagon. The Hardlnsburg Leader last week contains the following complimcutry IlouornFur Ohio County. Messrs Juo, B. Taylor and I'on notice of the Republican nominee lor Rogers have returned from Mitchell, Representative from Ohio county: Col C. M. Barnett was nonlnated Ind,, where they have been to school lor tho past several mouths. Mr, by the Republicans of Ohio county, ns Rogers carried ofl first honors iu the their candidate for Represenative, last graduating class of he Tteachers' Monday. Mr, Barnett Isnn able man, Course nnd Mr. Taylor secured first aud the fact that such men are consenhonors of the Scientific Class. Ohio ting to make races this yearaugurs county is always iu the lead, Mr. well for the parly. There Is nodoubt Taylor was retained by the college of his election In November, and were as teacher In the Commercial Depart- all the Represenatives to be elected ment. this fall such as he, there would be better and wiser laws enacted In KenSurveyor John B. Wilson has about tucky, completed a survey of the town of Hartford, and finds the town contains Tho U. S. OoV'r Reports about four hundred aud twenty five show Royal Baking Powder acres. superior to all others. Influ-enceof 111 it-Isis-te- DiVy lick, wo gate her CutorU. the wo a ChUM, tho cried for Qutorl. ihe bocune Ills, iLa dung to GutcrU. iho Ud Children, iho gare them OutorU. iu tineil llarber. Ouc ol the beat barbers In this cud of the State is located iu Hartford and his name Is K. L Bullington. His shop U located just nbove the Commercial Hotel, and he always keeps ever thing in the very best of shape around his shop, clean, new towels, nothing old or shoddy nbou him. roy Does Steam OuKKsnouo, Jacmdry, Ky. fiuet work of any laundry in the West. No injurious ingredients used. Woik nil guaranteed to give satisfaction. Iat; , rons linen insured ngeJnst fire while In the laundry. Laundry sent on Tuostlay and- returned on Saturday of each wock- ITaxnaa, tilUj- - Caste.. Waltku m. Path, Agt. Hartford, Ky. 10 Ciiru nil NUIn nUrnnrs." Simply apply "Swayne's Ointment." No internal medicine required. Cures tetter, enema, itch, all eruptions on the lace, nose, &c,,leav-In- g the skin clear, white nnd healthy. Its great healing nnd curative powers are possessed by no other remedy. Ask your diuggist for SwAYNifS Ointmunt. J4 iyr. ' "linn away Ouc Thousand Dollars lu gold for the best pictures taken by the Camera. The prizes will be awarded t,s follows: $200 in gold will be given for the best picture takon by this Camera; $100 for the second best! $50 for the third best; $15 for the fourth best; Jtis for the filth best; $10 for the sixth best, and for the next 40 bast $5 each will be given: for the next 80 best $1 50 each will bo given, nnd for the next 200 bast pictures taken by the Lacrosse Camera $1 each will be given, making in all $1,000 given away. We shall do this for two reasons, viz: The first to introduce the Ln. Crosse Camera tor 1895; the second, to educate the amatems in phonography. This contest closes oit Novcm- -' her 1st, 1895, Tills camera can be used by anyone nnd is sold under a positive written guarantee to do thu work or money refunded. Sent by express with fnll instructions und rules governing this con-- , test upon teceipt ol express money order tor $1 75. Remember, A Written Guarantee Goes with Itvcry Camera. Address, LaCrosse Specialty Co., LaCrosseWls, Qutoct. 1 Ann; in I'rUea. For the best pictures taken. On November 15th, 1895, we shall give sse 81.000 In (Inlil (liven r mrtsimrnKrmmmgwmiiM-iluv- -- rm Mr. Lou Walker, Loulsvil'e, is in town. Mr J r VV. Cutry, Bedn, called to see 1H in yet-- 'iy tin I BEAVER DAM. Awarded Hizhest Honors World' SEJISONABL BARGAINS School nrrfen taken ii. Lnrnii & Co'. Piof. Lee 1). Mills litis returned from Henderson county. Mr. John Nave, lit town Monday. Louisville, was Mrs Labium, l.utclilifcM m Gtifliii. Kinst ol Mi - Intc.eHnR New '.Motes Fro rt our Neighboring? Little Village. PR; Fair. Special Announemnt DUH Mr i.ugene Miller, Greenville, whs In town Monda; mid Tuesday. ENTIHt STDBKDFDRESSBnDDS Gon&i&ting Mr. U. T. WitterAeld has moved up stein, over Jloovet's store. Mr. am) Mrs. K. O. An tin, Beaver Dam, were 111 town yesterday. A large crowd of Rev. Perrymnti filled his regulnr Louis- h' a AT- - Prof, 3. J. Tlchenor, McIIenry, was In town Monday. a,'p'iintmnl hert Sunday, Mr J. II. Nav, and wife, CESEAM of nomo Protty Patterns ELrdwg h FAIR If you attend circuit court don t to visit Corson & Co. Attorney J. II. Miller, was In town this week. Inll Calhoon, You out get a lsdles lmt lor $i oo lor choice at Our it on ft O. Mr. and Mts. G. II. Mntthews have returned from Owenslxuo Vou just ought tose thal75c shirt at Carson & Co. Miss Susie White, latin-.dere- d Louisville, 1h visiting Miss Corlnue Cox. .. i We receive new belt buckles nnd belting every week. Carson & Co. Judge II. K. Wedding and son, Clyde, were in Whltosvlllc last week. Head Pair Bros! & Co's "ad " It will do you good to trade with them. Look at our Dimities, Lawns and Ginghams. Cahsom Si Co. Por II. M. T. buggies call on Pleld & Ilolbrook. Prices losuit the times. Williams, Llvermore, Hart- LEADERS, 18c Cottonado 10c Crash lCc Jeans x Prof. Elmo ford. has been spending the week in lGc Miss Bessie Nave, Louisville, visited Misses Jessie and Mary Smith this week. lyd I- - wide- domestic. Mr. Martin Collins, Chicago, ia Jo visiting his mother. Mrs. Polly Co.5c llins. Mrs. Sarah Johnson and son.Louls-villnre visiting the family of Mr. P. IGo W. rirtle. . ...10o Mrs. Dr. A. B. Balrd will leave next Wednesday lor her home iu Ok40c lahoma City. c, fc Heavy quilt lining Best bed ticking Heaviest draw ticking.... Good uulaundred shirt DcstPcrcal shirts Good .4c " " r- - Balbriganing undershirts Heavy drill drawers 25c Ladies vest 10c Child vest 10c Pleld & Ilolbrook are prepaied to ...GOc ball all your hay with the latest im25c proved machine. Sec that large "ad;1 of Carson & .25c Co. You will get n bargain if yon 15c '.Cc flOc fbr.. Heavy black seamlcs hose 25c Dm for 1.00 for 25c for . Napkins i . . . . Good jeans pants .., Ladies corsets trade with them. Miss Onia and Lula Tanner arc in visiting friends and relatives Owensboro this week. Prof. IJ. K. ShulU and wife, Central City, visited Prof, and Mrs. O.M. ShulU this week. 85ofor Re for. So for 25c for 12$c for 10c 5c U&G Corset Born, to the wife of Isaac Shown, atLadies Handkerchief on iSth a girl, Dr. Jo T. Miller, Yard wido bleach All wool challics tending physician. The Green River Valley Association ol Colored Baptists will convene i.i for...". for.. 46c for Llllic Gufly, Solid nnvy blue duck Frankfort, are visiting the lamlly of 12 J ftir O spools Clark O. N. T. for 25o their brother. Hon. B. P. Guffy Misses Laura Morton and Qllu Shell Hair pins 10c doz for Rowe visited Mrs. John P.Rowe and sido combs wlfc.neor Ccutertown, last week. 5c per pair for Misses Mabel and We ask It as n special favor of our friends to throw their trade to thoie for curtain poles 20c advertising in Tim RnrunuCAN. 76c pair for Lace curtains per Field & Ilolbrook are prepare! to u $1.25 furnish you any kind or style of Fiuo Dongola tip shoes may want at prices that would Bros. & Co's "Hustler shoes" Fair 8160 worth 82.00 astonish you. Ilayti August 32, 1895. Nice black lawns If you need anything in the jewelry Martin and be supGood calico line, call on C. R. plied as cheap as the cheapest. Men's heavy work shirt halt wool challies ic to 50c for Belt buckles bug-gyyo- C. Brown, Centertown, Mr. IJ. Mr. called to sec us Wednesday. 81.26 Brown sayscropsareexccedlnglygood Miseca tnn slippers 15 Lndios hats left prico from $2.50 In his community. From AugtiHt 1st until closed out, 81 .50 to 85.00, your choice for we will sell you a nice laundered out 12$, 15 ami 18o wool dress goods for ing shirt with 2 collars and 1 pair 10c cuffs for 75c. Caiison & Co. 82.50 and $2.00 slippers 81.50 15, 18nud 206 White dotted swiss for Field & Ilolbrook arc prepared to 12Jo sell you the best hay pres9 made, at prices so cheap you cannot ntTord to 81.25 Whito Chamois skin gloves for do without it, If you have a largp $1.00 meadow. latest stylo gents collars 12c ....for Mrs. Sallle Peyton Crowe, a former tablets resident of this county, but recently 5c for 10c porfumc of Denver, Col., and Uniontown.Ky. 10a'' 25c Is visiting friends and relatives in aud box whitening Co " 10c near town. good garter wib 5c " We nre In receipt ol a complimentary for whito tics ticket to F.llendale Fair, which begins 10c doz next Tuesday. The Fair promisee to be a great success and all who can should attend. VISIT us WF CASH buyers and CASH sellers. When you come to circuit court nest week remember that C. R. Martin, the jewler, is prepared to do all kinds of repairing. Satisfaction guaranteed, Mr. R. F. Coppage, Narrows, was In town yesterday, and says everybody In his community have fine crops and the propecs for Republican was never better. t'orrfifomlcuro success VtmiKxl, Don't people's pay other In order to be In touch with every portion of the county, we would like to have n communication from every locality in the county every week. Wake up, and write the news from Always sign your your vicinity. name. It will be wltheld 1'nlt'lll Collre. Mr. J. W. Curry, Beda.hosjust had It Is a new brand of coffee palened. said tobejustas goodas Arbucklecof. fee, and as It will be sold much cheaper, guarantees for it a ready sale. Mr, Curry will sell county rights jnd be. gin working In the interest of his patent. j debts by paying high prices for your goods. Visit H 3?A FAIR BROS. & 00. Hartford, Ky. i;il'iiiliilo 1'iilr, Remember the above Fair opens next Tuesday, the 6th aud contiuus five days. This Fair has been extensively advertised, which guarantee Ohio for it a large atteiidence county should send a good delegation. ville, hav been visiting relatives and friends In Hartford, the country and . folks spent yesterday on a this city for the past few days,returti-e- 1 home this week. Miss Itlla W. Cox leaves to day for Prof. IJ R. Ray, wife and daughter Parmersvillc, III , for a three weeks MOST PERFECT MADE. left last wrctyfor Indiana, w ere they visit to.Hlrtnf Fr A puro Gripe Cream of Tartar Powder. will visit lelotlvcB and friend. from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant Mr. Rolla Humphrey, Little Betid, The remains of the deceased, Mr. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. Mrs. Turn Miller, of Prentls, were Interred whs tile guest ol his (laughter, C. R. Martin, this week. In the Braver Dam Cemetery Monday. Tax Pnyorc! Dr. Uowsrd and family, Texas, Born to the wile of Mr. It. P. Moore, The tax you owe the Stale nnd Sulphur Springs, Wednesday evening were the guests of Mr. J. P. McKcn-ticya- County lor tlio year 1805 is now l.imily last. Saturday and PAST DUE and .MUST be piiid AT a boy. Mother and child doing well Sundiy. ONCE as botli State nud County arc At time of going to presi Mr. Mr. II. Patterson has returned from in urgent need of cvory cent duo Aaron Mntthews is reported to be very I'tiducnh. them nnd aro demanding payment low and not expected to live tunny Mr. Perry Westorfield and wile lelt from mo, whicli payment 1 cannot hours. Wednesday for Louisville where Mrs. make without your aid. I hope nnd Mr. W. W, Kendall, Beaver Dam, Wetterfield will be treated at the In-- , believe yofi will not lougcr delay payan employe of the C , O & S. W. R. flrnury. ing what you owe and thereby force K., died Monday and was burled at Miss ttnima Barnes nud sisters gave Mt. Pleasant Tuesday. Pence to his a nice party Saturday evening in lion-o- r mo to levy on nnd sell your property, 113 by a little diligence upon your ashes. ol Miss Bessie Nave, Louisville, part, the trouble and expense of a lovy Mr. O. J. Thomas, and his sister who is visiting here. Little Misi Hfl7le Westerfieid went and sale can be avoided. If I am, Miss IUtn, leave for Owensboro to by your neglect forced to make a levy day. Mr Thomas will be accompani- to Rochester Saturday. Mesdames Young and Her, Rock-por- t, nud sell your property, I trust you ed home by Miss Lizzie Walker, will not blame mo, for ns your were iu town shopping, Wednesof Louisville, and Miss Utta will and Sheriff, I nm compelled to day. spend sometime In Owensboro. Mrs Matir.Poalc, Chicig.j.'wJis the liieol the demands made upon me, When you come to Court next week guest of Mr. K. Y. Mckeuney this which is not, less than you expect of remember that the Hartford House is week. mo, nnd for which purpose you electprepared to take good care of you; Miss Bertie. Smith, Rochester, is cd the. F very thing is kept iu first-cla- ss order, visiting Mrs. Chawvin this week. Neither I nor my deputies NOW and the table is furnished with everyAttye. have tho timo to spend in calling on thing good to eat. Mr. Dice Smith ye two or thrco times for rfhnt you Is the proprietor. W. 1. MILLER DEAD. ow, so please lay aside at once, for Rev, B. F. Jenkins, assisted by Jo us, enough money to pay our bill T.Taylor closed n very successful revi- Death Claims ono of Ohio ajsmityou, as wo may "DiiOf in" val meeting at Bells Run last night. County's Best Mon. o yeu any day to collect it. Several nddlllons to the church are XT would appreciate the favor if reported and a great rellgous awakDied, of consumption, ot his home, yo irould remember your tnxos when ening was efletcd. The ordinance of Prentis, Kentucky, Sunday, July 28, baptism will be adtninlnistered to the 1895 William Thomas Miller, in the yos oome to Circuit Court nnd bring nloug enough money totako iu your converts, by the pastor, Rev. 65th year of his age. tax receipt whilo here. I nm with B. F. Jenkins. The deceased was born near Beaver Dam, Ohio county, son of Joseph much respect, Mrs. Rachel Chlnn, relict of BenjaMiller. He was married in 1862 to Your obedient servant. min Chlnn, died at her home three O. P. Keown, S. O. C. Kdna Motion, who survives him. milts southeast of Beaver Dam MonHe leaves surviving him six children, I.ndy.' A PepttlnrYoiinK day last and was buried Tuesday at three sons and three dut'hters, to says: Sunday's Courier-JonrnLiberty Cemetery. She was a devout wit: Edward T., merchantat Prentis; Miss Susie E. White leaves christian woman, loved and respectArthur K. , who continues to reside for Hartlotd, where she will visit She ed by all lor her many virtues. at Prentis; Richard M., of Morgan-tow- n, Miss Corinne Cox, who was so populeaves two son3 aud two daughters ol Aberdeen Coal Company; lar here during her short stay with mid a large circle of friends to mourn Fannie, wife of 12. P. Neel; Lucy.wife Miss White several weeks ago. her loss of J. D. Render, Morgantown, and The Louisville District of the Lex The Richmond Pantograph says: Miss Carrie Miller. The deceased lived to see all of his ington Conference is now in session Hon. C. M. Bsraelt, has been uouil-utle- d grown. He was in the Methodist Church at Hnyti. by the Ouio Republicans for the six children .legislature. He is a worthy young gilted with a strong mind In a Preaching at the Con it House Sunday nun and deserves to win. Mr. Bar-ne- tt strong body, both of which he used by Dr. Hammond, of New Orleans. formerly attended college in this and directed with n skill and energy There will also be preaching Sunday that brought him success in life and afternoon and at night at the Court county. enabled him to establish a happy House. ArrnngeiimilH l'rrlcrlril. ' III .ileiHory. It lias been arranged by the Chair- home of peace and plenty for hlmsel f An intant sou of Robert and Bell man of the Democratic Committee aud and family. He lived for his folks aud friends. Davis died July 0th 1895, with flux, Chairman of the Republican Commitaged twenty months. Deeply do we tee for twelve Joints debates between To him no object of charity ever ap To anyone deserving sympathize with them' in the loss of Col. Bradley and Gen. Hardin. They plied iu vain. will speak at I.eltchfield on August real charity he never turned a deaf dear little babe though let us rememand heedless ear. He held in highest ber, the gain of our loved ones and 28. esteem nil honest men, If industrious turn our minds from pondering our Hlipllkt AHtorlfltlnll. and worthy of aid. He dispensed a los9.No more pain norsicknessfor the Please announce that the railroads hospitality a3 princely as was gener- departed saint, all is peace and joy to will give the usual one and one third ous. He seemed happiest when makEveret. Only our selfishness would fate to the Daviess County Baptist ing others happy. If his family was bring the blooming bud back to this Association which convenes August contented and corafortabIe,he was sat- mundane shore to suffer again. Let 13 to 15 with the first church at isfied. He overreached no man's solace ourselves that we have only a Owensboro, Ky. weakness in bargains and trade. He little while to wait till we may join To secure this fare persons must withheld from no man his just dues. him in heaven, if we are only faithful purchase regular one-wticket to What he accumulated or earned was nnd work for Jesus, rather than spend Owensboro taking a receipt or certifino man's loss. He was iu partnership our time in weeping for departed cate that full (are has been paid. with nature only and when he tickled friends. B. B. This certificate when signed by the the earth's surface, however sterile, Prof. CM.Crowe has returned trom secretary of the Association will entiworn and exausted before at harvest tle a return ticket at one third fare. time it responded In fullness of a Whitesville. It J. MADDOx.Secretary. A Actr INipcr, bounteous harvest. He illustra'ed The Free Republic is the name of both In substance and in form the Ilrnkm Arm. a new Populist paper, published at Little Miss Sallie Taylor snfiered a useful and good in the family relation Louisville. Mr S.M.Peyton is at the severe break of her arm last Monday as the primary unit of Government. Jiead of it, and he will devotehistime She and her brother John The world is better for his having evening. energy to the support of the Pop had caught Mr. Taylor's family horse lived his well spent life in it. He and were riding around In the horse was a kind hearted and clever man ulist ticket. and lot, when John's saddle turned and and those who have known him The Mraaeugrr JVeoiln Illm. As a brother-in-laof the Baptist Sallle was thrown violently to the longest and therefore loved him best ground Her grandfather, Dr. J. IJ. can truthfully testily that when he lurch, the Messenger begs tobepre-tuitte- d died, as kiud and ns noble a heart, as to voteln favor of the retention Pendleton, was Immediately summoned and boon had the broken bones was ever warmed by theconstant pres- of Pastor Hale. He is n game little bandaged up. Both bones ot her arm ence of generous emotions, was cold man a fighter Irom Bitter creek, who and still in death. dares utter his honest convictions. were broken just below the elbow. This was the first time death ever He is a soldier after the pattern ot the entered Into this immediate lamily Apostle Paul. He doesn't believe In AUvrrtlaoil Letter. ce List of letters remaining in and well may the survivors be broken the methods of the meek and lowly at Hattford, Ky., if uncalled for hearted and disconsolate, for departed Nazarene. He has not done any real in 30 days will be sent to the Dead now is that strong will, strong mind harm In the community, and no letter office at Washington D. C. and strong arm upon which they one doubt has accomplished niurh good. ' George Uvans, Mrs. Gabe Foster, and all heretofore leaned with unfailThe Catholics have paid but little atP. M. Crane, Sam Frizzle, persons ing confidence and trust. (J He leaves tention to his attacks upontheui, and calling for above lettersploase say ad- behind the splendid record of a long have remained Rood humored, declinvertised. and well spent life and not an enemy, ing to hold the Baptists or other ProW. H. Grifhin P. M. (worthy of consideration) the world. testants responsible for his fusilades. He was not n member oi any church He is a man of great energy. It is . 1'liiKcr Jlinlicd. He was buried at good, to say the leoht, to hnve In the or religious sect. Last Wednesday Mr. James Sulleu-ge- r the Beaver Dam burying ground Mon-Jacommunity the example of one who is and A. M. Richardson wore drivJuly 29. The funeral obsequijs not afraid to work. The Baptist ing some feuce posts. Mr. Sullenger conducted by Rev. E. E. Pat.e, church is n wonderful organization in held the posts whllothey were driven. Owensboro. It the city govenucnt He dropped something and stooped, Outlook fur I'lirmer. was conducted upon the same grand Of late there has been a great deal down to get it, leaving his fore finger written and a greet deal said about plan of energy nud enterprise, we on the top of the post. Mr. Richardwould soon have 30,000 people here. son, not noticing his baud, kept on the outlook for good crops this year. Ohio county can truly boast of being The membership of this particular driving, aud the result Is Mr. Sullen church has become entirely too large. ger's finger Is laid up for repairs. He far ((head along this line. Her farmIt it were equally divided there would came to town and Dr. J li. Pendletotl ers alive, progressive set of men, who not be enough seats for the redressed the wound. The finger Is iu ever strive to make the best ofllfe still maining congregation. The present a very bad fix, but Dr. Pendleton under any and all circumstances. This year we have been blessed a ud former pastors have often urged thinks by good nursing he will be with an abundance of rain and the a division. This would be a good able to save it. farmers were away ahead with their thing. Then Mr Hale's admirers work when the late frost set them would be satisfied and those who back conslderbly, but they were not don't fancy him could hnve another in- to be outdone by as little a thing as pastor. But by all means let Mr. losing a low acres ofcorn, but doubled Hale remain in Owensboro. He is can- their energy and can't help one of our most notable Institutions. To a newspaper he is dally blessing from feeling good over tlielr prospects. ever Wheat was good, oats was good, corn a living, breathing, ot a good item, no looks fine mid tobacco bids fair to be present source lar ahead of any in former years. matter how dull the day. We need Owensboro Truly this, is an auspicious year for him in our business Messenger. the laruiers, Hartford's young plc-nic- a ytfn oaiiBfltfuiqi And alJ Summer Goods, Ladies and Gent's vests, Milliner goods and Straw Hats. ALSO A BIG LOT OF' nd mnwm Must bo sold in the next 30 Days. In order to do this, we have fixed a price that will sell the goods. Come and secure some bargains that have never been offered before. OUR ser-va- - 1 LL Will fee sold ai less than half price. ji l WE ALSO HAVE A BIG LiNE OF 1 Which will be sold as cheap as the cheapest Irlx Pill liuUlJd l OUR GROCERY STOCK We also keep a full line of FURNICome and secure "some of our TURE. bargains. TOITES FODB TKuAJDE, CO .V ay There are two methods ot teaching by the "Text Book Copying Process," the other by 'The Patented and Copyrighted System of Actual Business from the Start." Prom the first you get the theory; from the second you get the practice. Try Our Actual Practice Methods four weeks, then If you prefer the old plan ol copying printed transactions from a Text Book, no charge will be made for the trial two weeks, and in addition we agree to give you a full (usdiploma course in ing the Text Book on of any author you may name) Absolutely Pree. Remember that the Lexington Business College is the only school in Lexington, Ky., using the Practical Actual Business System of instruction. All others use the "Text Book Copying Plan." The above College is one of the best of its kind in the South. Should any reader of this paper desire to attend a Business College it will be to his interest, to see or write the editor of this paper. Book-keepin- g Book-keeping 8tinllii? otter. County of Ohio, j It appearing that a vacancy has been created in the office of Coroner of Ohio county by the removal from the county of G.C. Westerfieid who was elected to that office at the November election 1894 and said office being now filled by appointment until the next regular election held in and for said county it is now orders ed that a poll be opened at every voting place in Ohio county, Kentucky, at the regular election November 5th, 1895 for the election of a coroner to fill out the unexpired term of said G. C. Westerfieid, removed and to serve until his successor is elected and qualified. It is ordered that the Sheriff of Ohio county be and he Is hereby directed to have a poll opened in every voting precinct In Ohio county Ky. on the said 5th day of November 1895 for the election of a coroner as aforesaid. Witness my hand as Judge of the Ohio county court this July 18, 1895. John P. Morton, J. O. C. C State op Kentucky, Election Notice. ) m i,,'i r Post-Offi- y, Our subscription list is constantly creasing. You not afford to bo loft Send in behind. and got The $1.25 Ropublic an and Weekly Louisvillo o n o Commercial year. to-d- ay wlce-awak- Whipple uud Mr. Miss Katharine Suit. Dobbs City editor Louisville Couimer--la- l, A scholarship in the Lexington were married in Louisville one Business College. Call at this office It will pay you. tf Jny last week. for particulars. for TliU. We offer One Hundred Dollars reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure. 5th-daP. J. CllKNNF.v &Co., Toledo, O. We the undersigned, have known F. J. Chenuey for the last isyears and believe him perfectly honorable In all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation made by the firm. West nnd Truax.Wohlesale Druggists preToledo, O. Wnlding, Klunan and Mnrvln.Whole-sal- e Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood aud mucous surfaces ot the system. IlnlMlntea on Hitmlny, Testimonials sent free. Price 75c. Taking effect May s6th the Louisper bottle. Sold by nt Druggists. ville,' St. Louis & Texas Railroad will ' 49 4t sell on every Sunday round trip tickets between all its stations ,on main The World's line at one fare for the round trip. showed no baking powder Tickets are good on date of sale, good g returning same day. Thi3 gives evso pure or so great In eryone an opportunity to visit one of Royal. power as tho the largest cities or spend a day'with their frlendsalong the line. For furthnotice IoI.ok Jim. I am ready to buy a very limited er information call on agent or adnumber qfsawlogs. I will be In Hart- dress II. C. Mordue, Ass't G. P. A., ford on Monday nnd Tuesday of e.vh Louisville, Ky. week so far as possible, and would be glad to see any who contemplate cutTo our I'rlciiila. adMy ting this season. We hope that all who are interested dress Is Sulphur Springs, Ohio coun- In helping us to push the circulation If you can't come to town, of Tiik Republican up to what It ty, Ky. write me and I will come to see you. should be, will do what they can In the way of securing subscribers. W. II. Mooni. tf Call attention to the amount of home news we publish every week, and write us short and spicy news items trout your neighborhood. Hnw'N NOTICE. Pursuant to above order I will cause to be opened on the of November 1895, a poll for tho election of a coroner as aforesaid in each of tho voting cincts Ohio in county. Ky. C. P. Keown, S.O.C. i i y N ball Tests car-enln- post-offic- e Job work noatly and cheaply executed m m at this office.' Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria kL-jtat- -- .- ! '"'"in w jfitf- - Kz- Hiirtibrd Republican 1'jtiDAV, AiK.i.sr, 2, ELLENDALE FAIR. Ellendfllt 1. THE FAIR of the Green River cotiuli ami tin liiuKtM. Win. Rapier in WetUrti Ktntnekj alms to mak It THE FAIR of the State. The ground ate situated In theEden of Daviess county half a mile from Curdsvllle on Otwn River and the natural beauties of the place have been so enhanced by this year improvements as to make RUendale as the lovers of Paradise pictured by Claude Melnott In the Udy ol Lyons. At Bllcndale everything is new, bright and up to date. A new three-sto- ry hotel, n two story floral hall, n largo, new poultry buildlnjf , a new 200ft addition to the Grand Stand, waiting and dressing new office, rooms &c all new, commodlus and Itverythlng at Elleu-dal- e convenient. is new and bright without a speck or fly on it. The new half mile regulation race track is thotight to be the fastest in Western Kentucky. The peculiar nature of the ground makes it so. Cyclists sny its a daisy. The Florid Hall is an immense structure of two stories, well ventilated, well lighted and beautifully deo orated. The inducements offered ladies in it are much greater than nt usual fairs. Besides the premium for the best specimen of Its class $S is given to the best display of each county represented by at least three displays an a $ no Packard organ is given to the best display In the Hall. ' The space is free to all and the premiums paid in full. hotel is a large The three-storcommodius and beautiful structure It has every convenience essential to the comfort of guests. The attend nnts will be well trained, attentive and 'obliging and the table will be supplied with the substantial fare of the country combined with the delicacies of the season. Dinners, lunches and all seasonable refreshments will be like everything at Ellendnle fair and reasonable. In every branch there will be striking departures fiom the old grooves of county fairs in all departments. Send to the secretary Robt. T Smith, lor large, and artistic program and scan list for novelties the premium scattered through it and examine the trotting pacing and running races, the ladies' men's and children's bl- cycle races, the mule, hound, goat, foot and potato and other races. The wheelmen of Ohio county ought to look at the nice list cycle races and the handsome prizes offered. Anyone desiring to enter any of the races can find entry blanks from Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro., druggists, Haitford or address the Secretary. Cheap rates on all railroads in Western Kentucky and excursions from Owensboro to Curdsvillle via the ' Texas R. R. to Spottsvllle and from Ads thence by boat to Curdsville. mission 2,scts. Tuesday first day being LADIES and childten unDAY, ladies der filtcen years admitted FREE. Hllendale is new, bright complete no back numbers everything up to date. . eto it, that the House would (kiss It over his head, but It was doubtful If the liill would Kteive .sufficient votes Irani both Houses to pass it over the I'iPsideiil'H veto. He says a compros mise will be necessary, and adds. ' I think a measure, similar to and enbill, com larging the o from lulling the four million pf dollars' worth of silver every month, and the coinage of same It will into dollars will be adopted. be the next best thing to free silver.'" The Chicago Democratic Nittunal platlorm of 1893, was then praised and favored by the Courler-Jottrm- l aud the Democratic putty o! Kenlusky because it favored the free and unlim ited coinage of sliver. The Demo cratlc Stnte Convention ol Kentucky adopted it because it favored" sound money nnd oppsted the free and coinage of silver. Was the Democratic party right in 1892 or is it right in 1895? We pause for reply. Alter such things have been said, it Is no wonder that Kentucky Demo crnts do 11 t know where they are at, Bland-Allisot'l-'il- wwitswiwniitstaiMtswMiMHWBtaratm SATS TRADE Marks For CAN I OIITA1N A I'ATFNTt Prompt answer and an hoiiwt opinion, writ. In M II N N iff ('II., nho havo had nearlr ntir rears1 Wsliifw. Conimmjlra. .irerlenMlnthotvi'en' of Intlonsslrlctlfennfldentlal A lllliidlinnK to obformation ronn-rntnI'nlenl. and how tain tbeiu sent Im Also a catalogue of mechan ical ami si'irmino imns. ik hiMini Cp. reed'o laienis lason.inrm'i .pecl.l nolteelnlne lmrrirnn. ami tbus are bfou.nt .lileir b.tore the ,tihltrnllh- splendid paper, out cost to the Inventor This 1 haativfai I ho Issued neeklr.elotantlrlllnstratij-lanrest circulation of any rlentlllo work lu the world. M.TPsr. iMniiiV ropioasent fie? llulldlng IVIlllon. monlhlr. Iisna rear. WMlo copies, .5 cents. Kverr numWr contains beait llful pl.lw. n colors, and iilmloai.pli. of new hout).., vilh il.nii. nn.biln. builders tn show tho !. Atmm an.1 HWHIM mn1r.,ll ArtiitUAt llllUADWAT, CO- - MW VUM, JUliNN COPYKltiHlvJ. Comes soon to all who v WWK J r JG&k I for Infants nnd Children. RS, Do You UJ OTH EDrops, Godfrey's Cordial, many 71 Bateman'a Io Von w ttliout Boothlng Bytup., and most remedies for children are composed of eptatu or morphine? Know , ;tll employ the helpful services of Know thai opium and morphine are stupefying narcotic poisons f Ho Voii Know that III most countries drufghtsare net permitted to sell narcotics labeling them poisons ? $1800.00 Q1VGN AWAY TO INVENTORS. ja.oo every month nlven away to tny onewtio apthrough us for the raott mentonous patent dunng the month ptecediag We socurn the best patent, fbp our clients, and the object of this ofler is to encourage invtnters t. keen trstk ef their britht ide.s. At the sam. tun. wun to Impress upon the public the fact that $ plies you should not permit any medicine to be given your child unless you or your physician know of what It la composed J Iio Von Itiiow that . that Castoria Is a purely vegetable preparation, and that a list of Its Ingredients Is published with every bottle? Do Voii ICiiow IT'S TUB SIMPLE, TRIVfAL INVEr-TTION- Doe the work quicker, does It better, IuU longer. once. Sold everywhere, Made only by Class. iTTi - Soar Begin It um at no Von Knmv that Castoria Is the prescription of the famous Dr. Samuel ritcher. That It lias beeu In use for nearly thirty years, and that mere Castoria la now sold than ofall other remedies for children combined 1 Ho Von Kiioiv that the Talent Ofllce Dervirtmc-t- t of the United States, and of other couuttles, have issued exclusive right to Dr. ritther and Ms assigns to use the word " Castoria " and Its formula, and that to Imitate them Is n state prison oflense? that one of the reasons for granting this government was because Castoria had been proven to be nbHolutcly IinrinlcHST m m THAT YIELD FORTUNES, such as thi "cr.uiJow" hlch en be rasttjr slid up the patHnfjei's back, and down wilhoat uucrpan," collar.button," "niil-lac' and a thouund other hide thhiis ths matt .ny one can fimla way id Improving, and these tmpM inventions sis th. ones that briny largest teturns to the sudor. Trytotlunkofsoaictluastsinveat. IT IS NOT SO HARD AS IT SEEMS. Tstents tJiken out through us receive lneeil Mte, In Nalional ReCOTder' published at WtM.t-MD. C , hich Is the best rewsps per pubHihed In America We furnish a year's subin the interests of Inventors. scription to tMs Journal, free ef coil, to all our cWwts. We atso advertise, free of cost, the invention e.ch meata The N. K. Pairbank Company, tMJbMMMAM-MHMWHMMMTMV-MriaasVt- - St. Louis. eN P LESMffilHmEin2Jt2KmraaKnttK8MiKUiWWl5ira " ,0 The Albany Argus puts It thus: Republican posslbilttcs and Republican chances: ReeD ' ' Ilo Von 1Tiiov protection th." no Von Know that cciitB, oronecentadose? 35 nvernuo doses of Castoria are furnished for 33 t preparation, yourchlldren may Hnrrteo-- no Von Know that when potseascdof this perfect be kept well, and that ou may have unbroken rest I Dc Canicr-O-- n Well, tlieoc Til llilnn-- are worth knowlnr. They are facts. prise, and hundred, of thousands which ains our $t of copies ef the "Nstkwial Recorder," ceauiniog a sketeh of the winner, and a description ef his tnventltn, will be scalMtld throughout the United States . ca(4UlrtU snd manufacturers, thus biingtag to Ibsix Attention the menu of th. lnvcnton. All communics lions regarded strictly ceeBJeeBal. AdJress " ; SmSWMSMk Iff Alge-- The Vanceburg Sun reverses the fifth nnd bottom names thus: gnntnrcof C&&X&&ui ry for n on every JOHN WEDDnRDURN & CO., Solicitor, ol American and rorelzn 1'alents, Box .185. wrniM'cr. RceD MoR ton Ilarriso-- Children FItcher's Castoria. Washington, D. C. RiftrtiuttJitortftlittoftr WriUaml JO-t'- 618 P Street, N.W., 11 w t.Kt 'fl MOST IN QUANTITY BESTIU CL'AUTV. C3 itA-- -- Al Cauier-o Ger u D F O raker tl'ew are a darn McKinley's sight better. chances We In whippets of both green and dried apples In the state and pet the hi tr best market prices. All ne ask Is a thai slilooient to Drove these facts. Stencils sent free on apnllcatlDn. We handle any Write us for further Information and ship your poodn to headquarter. GREEN APPLES! DRIED theAPPLES?; largest recelrtraand arothelarecstoxDortersof dried lrnlt the world, an J . m? IB (1 W81S m 6 WHITE'S fiREfiff) llfiy IJPfSSS luiil 'jrjKtfrs7?mWUi. 1 in nil' ill 11 I ' .' 0 N 3 oB mmmtmmm xssaBsiM i & m sr ! - iningin inccTOinorprwiucc HERNDON-CARTER on commission. beTteTtTmes. An in CO., Louisville, Ky. FOFl 20 YEARS Kaa tod all WORM Romoclloo. EVERY aw Instructive Event the Political History of Our Country. j a "Bread is the Staff of Me," , JronSSS aNSiavnr3BvapBojaNasSL- BOTTLE GIOAHTEED. 11Y ALT, nUUGOieTC v 4 Sy nicnsiiosof Ktnftiii co., ST. inns. r.ot.U 11. a. Ballard's Obelisk &SK QPmwamnaaL warns 2x- j ' ;mw Yr ' Repre-sented- bv CARSON & CO. 1. n '- -- - - - -- r???N "1 Democratic Dofeat Ushers in Business Prosperity and Restores Confidence, President Depew is a close obseivcr and his tidings from the West and Southwest indicate a steady change in public opinion. One ren.ark contrasting the passionate intensity of feeling on the silver question in Southern States and the comparative indifference elsewhere, may pof sibly reate a somewhat mistaken impression. There is no excitement now in commercial and financial centers, because it is thoroughly understood that the existing situation cannot be disturbed by new legislation favoring silver coinage until after the next presidential election. In the financial and commercial world strong leeling would be shown at once if there were any danger, but it is believed that the p oplc are gradually moving and will move to a better knowledge of the question, and it is believed that the deafening discussion within the Democratic party is intended for political effect exclusively. Each Democratic faction wants to get the upper hand within the party, and both fancy than Republicans can be drawn into the contest and weakened thereby Ex- The Purest, Strongest and Best. ONLY 25c PER POUND CAN. Small Investments. "C? - SI ion and Stock. Returning prosperity will mnko man;- - rich, biit no uhero can thoy make so much within a short time as by successful Spiculntiou in Grain, Provis- FLOFSS $10. 00 FOR EACH DOLLAR Invostod cah bo made by Systematic Flan of Speculation our Is jirepared to tl nil kirt'fo Dontiil work at roaaonnlilo pricos, Office over J. Y. Ford & Co's Fcetl Storo. DENTIST. " fti 1 Till lit i!8, f REPUBLICAN 1 II WHERE ARE THEY? The Inconsistence of Democracy Speak out for Themselves. C'cmparo Ihcso change. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. d, - I Prol. McIIenry Rhoads, Principal ol the Frankfort Public Schools, and fotmcrly editor of the. Hartford Her-aimade a very fine impression, not only on the teachers, public as well, Dlflbronco. in conducting the Teachers' Institute here last week. He is a most graceThe Democratic State Convention, ful speaker practical in every particu1S91, which nominated held in May, lar and thoroughly informed on all Gov. Brown, adopted the following educational matters. He did a grand Resolutions: work here for the teachers and left a "Recognizing the fact that the lasting impression for good on the United States is the greatest silver community. Elizabethlown News. world, and producing country in tlw m ftotl.liig Ntriuijfc. th-s- t gold and silver were equally the Intelligent people, who realize the moueyofthe Constitution from the beginning of the Republic until the Important part the blood holds in hostile aud fraudulent legislation of keeping the body in a normal conditlje Republican patty against silver, tion, find nothing strange in the which unduly contracted the circulat-in- g number of diseases that Hood's is able to cure. So many g nudiutn ol the country, and that the gieat Interests of the troubles result from impure blood that people demand more money for use the best way totreat them is through in the channels of trade and commerce the blood, and It Is far better to use we tender our gratitude to the Demo- only harmless vegetable compounds crats in the last Congress ior their al- than to do e to excess with quinine most unanlmou.e vote in both houses calomel and other drugs, By treating in favor of Irti coinage of silver, and the blood, with Hood's Sarsaparilla, demand its restoration to its position scrofula, salt rheum and what are of equality before the law given to it called "humors;" dyspepsia, catarrh, rheumatism, neuralgia, consumption by our forefathers." Ou this platfoim Gov. Brown was aud other troubles that originate in iniputities of the blood or Impaired elected in 1801 by a majority of circulation, con all be cured. In an Interview with a reporter of Am i.iivkluir. a Washington paier, which was quot- The goods were new and fresh, ed in full in the Shelby Sentlunl of The store was clean and neat, June 11, 1891, Hon. Jas. B. McCreaiy, The clerks were all polite, But the owner indiscreet. now n candidate lor the United States The store was unsuccessful. er man, said: an Ssnate as The reason you'll surmise, 'The silvei resolution meant tree Tho' the owner was a hustler, He didn't advertife. coinage, and there is very general sentiment in the State in favor of free It is haidly right for Col. Wattcrs coinage.' And also: 'While the silver question is an important one, aud son to leave the country while those we believe In free coinage, I do not Kentucky Rcpubllcaus are In such a Washington Post. think it is to be the greatest issue in spunky mood this campaign.' He also explains that the absence ofn resolution indorsing Cleveland did not indicate a Commor-cialjkcc- p lack of confidence in him on the part that of Kcntuckiuns. He then stated Congn , meets, the when tht cmuagt bill House will' 11 mid the Senate mil also pass same, would JIihjimi jtnlil ,oiiriibrrlilloiiT but Ihat Piesldent Uttornces "With lhosoofthoSamo Source, Hark tho feel-in- 38,-0- 00. anti-silv- nt aim Read The Republican and postcd.Only 1.25 per year. Hunn The tobacco Imbit grows on n man until his nervous system is seriously cflectcd, impating heultlt, comfort and happiness. To quit suddenly Is to severe a shock to the sjs-teas tobacco, to a inveterate user, becomes n stimulant that his system B is a continually craves. 241 242 Hialto Building, Chicago, 111. scientific cure for the tobacco habit in all its forms, carefully compounded after the formula of nn eminent Berlin Physician who has used it in 1 his private practice since 1872, without a failure, purely vegetable and oni: civi'.s nuLir.r. You guaranteed petlectly harmless. The Editor When you Know can use all the tobacco you want, 7S7 , Something Nov. notiwhile taking it will Hartfobd, Kentucky, fy you when to stop. We give a writto jieriiiatiently cure ten guarantee Always Ecport Happonings any case with three boxes, or relund the money with 10 per cent, interest. of Any Kind. is not a substitute, but n Will draw drafts from a nice, neat scientific cure, that cures without the Don't forget the editor when you cozy cottage ip to a fine two story aid of will power aud with no inconhave n news item. If your wife whips house. Will draw plans free of venience. It leaves the system as you let us know and we will set you charge. Will make careful estimates pure and free from nicotine as the right before the public. If you hive on all kinds of buildings, and remod day you took your first chew or Sold by all druggists, with Motto "Live and smoke. company tell us, if you are not al old houses. our Ironclad guarantee, at $1.00 tier let live.'-- ' ashamed of your visitors. If a young-ste- r box, three boxes, (thiity days treatment,) $2.50, or sent direct upon rearrives at your house and deSEND SIX ceipt of price. mands food and raiment, buy a qttatt-ei'- s STAMPS FOR SAPI.K BOX, worth of apples and come around, BOOKLET AND PROOFS FREE. nnd il you are n cash subscriber we Eureka Chemical & Manufacturing will furnish a name for him or her, as Cl'emUts, Company, Manufacturing a Crosse, Wisconsin. the circumstances warrant. If you - have a social gathering of a few All in llio inii-r- I ft lends bilng around the big cake, six wort li Hi on 11 Hie It lire. or seven pies, nnd a ham, not neces-arilOF Intrr-- l In I.mllftt, to eat but guarantee of good Wo offer no apology in placing bo faith. You needn't bother to invite us, ns it might be a little too cool for fore you "The Ladies Safe Protector,'1 it is absolutely reliable, easily Cvcsts ohtslned. and all intent our wardrobe. We mention these adjusted, daw not becomo misplaced business and ccniluucd fur'UOIIKItlTr: KKKV Mr office il in thetmmedi4te vicinity of the Patent Office, things because we want the news. Can be worn and my facilities lor securing patents sr uniuruasscd and iasurw protection. sketch or photograph of Invention, with when dotircd without observation or Send model,and statement as to advantage claimed. description to knowledge of another and prevents iimttafnr nn Afro thnrte, land my fe. for opinion a.th. Offered prosccutlae disagreeable annoyances under cer- fiafeiifabfiif applic.tlon iff flog 60 catfed (or until tht Orrica Pir.t Natio.vai nNK, it Information "iNVBaioas1 Gumi," con.s NAH1VIU.E, Tknn., April 6, I)5- - tain conditions. If you use it once patentfull atlinctd, sent free. All ulnlng rUOF. J. V DRAt'l'llON, PHKS.I)AUUHONBl'HAC-TICAyou will never bo without it. It is considered ai Mrlcllj DUtlNKJM COLLfcOB, NAitlVILI.E,TBNN. whenFRANKLIN H. HOUGH Dear 8:hi The time for which you deposited iaithful,safo and rehablo friend fic-- three months afO tolay as a Corf it ituder S30 tit col, 1V4SUI.sUTON, I. V. ever needed by circumstances your proposition to sive $100 to nny charitable I lutltutl'm til Nashvlllenndjloo to any Dullness requiring its use. It is an article evCollege wuth of llieohloKlvcr, Ifjou could not ery woman should keep ready lor imPOSITIONTGWRflNTEED show wore written application, for Bookkeepers and Stenogrnphera during the PAST J'H'K mediate ho. It is simple to use, and u new tcp son t)lt co .Uioiu Ilo tiol nny it can JIONTIIB than any other llusIiiessCollege south not be dotie, till von utiiti for frc-- catalogue of of the Ohio Xiver could show in the PAST 1'IVI! inspires confidence to the woman usVKAKH. ha. tlila day expired, and, no demand ing it, It is reliable aud bciontiflcally DKAUatlON'5 PRACHCAL havlu been made, the Mine is uow held subject made, insuies protection without in-- j to)ourchcck. Respectfully, V. P. Baku, Cashier, y to health, and any good physi-ciN. n A certificate of deposit for the above would tay. We are of tho opinNllHllvllIc, Tilllii, was nubllshed in the dally iiaper. of Nashville, the CitciHualll Hfumr. the Atlanta Ctmtltln-tun- , ion that no article has ever been made This College I. atiouKly .ndoried l,y tiankeia and thirty tltouwnd circular., giving the which will give as much satisfaction and merchants KOUK week, by Iiraiighou'. college, three months' tluie to accept. inethod or teschlug book keeping I. equal to s' to the women to to day as "Tho Apt ill, itf. ttmtrium. TWELVIt week, by the old plan. Snccial ad lu hhortlutud, renuifliishipaiid TelegWrite Prof. 1. 1'. dravuuox, Nashville, Tenn., The immenso vnnt,ijc Cheap hoard. Open tn SnlelVoteclar." raphy srxeB No for his free Catalogue. tales of this article is a substantial vai.lir.il rulmnow. lullNaa TaiO I'alJ. w 1iuv recently prepared Do not liAHP P.TIinV indorsement of our claim. I1UU1U UlUUli book. OH IKMIKKKBriNO, OP-itherefore experiment with any of the SnoaiiUND aim l'wsANHii'tn.cla:iy adapted to ' home study " Write for ''Home Study" .A. . i.A t numerous unreliable articles, as it is circular, at uikc r both dangerous to health and expenUOTICU. sive to do so. titich experimenting ' to TO I fTAKT CTry man and ve oman In tho Unltad. can only result In loss of lime, Hates Int.rested In the Opium and whisky and dismal failure. Ladies hablta to have on. of. inv books on theso illsUa, 11. II. Woolley, bhould remember this boioro ordering 6sses. Address Trill be sent jon Atlanta, free. aud ono The Loading Photographer. other goods and not waste their tinio Tho and money on inferior articles. lMIra! I'llcat llclilui; rile.. but is always the cheapest. ''The Symptoms Moisture; intense itchPitlurt. U lim Style snd Sin, Ladies' Bu to Protector" is sold under ing and btingiiig;iuost nt night worse I601d ricturos Copied and Enlarged u positive guarantee foriuie for one by scratching. It allowed to continue A ariiCIALTY. ono year, with lull directions and is tumors form, which olton bleed and sent sealed 111 plain wrapper upon re. ulcerate, becoming vetysore. Swanb's 108J Mdin Streot. 0WBNSB0M0, KY ctipt of express money order for 82.00 OiNTMiwr stops theitchlng and bleed0md7 three for 85.00. Do not wait but or- ing, heats ulceration, and in most Buggiw, MarnoM, Whlpt, I,apDus-tct- s der at ouce. Address, Tub La cases removes the tumors. . At drug and Wagons. Call and see l'ield OllOsJOuSl'EOIALTY Co., La CroMo, gists, or by mall, for 50 rents. Dr. Swayne& Son, Philadelphia, AS'l'yr, Wis. & Uolbrook. aco-Cur- o originated by s. All successful speculators nperato on a regular system. It is n well known iact that there t j thousands ol men in nil parts of the United States who, by systematic tiuding through Chicago brokers, make large amounts e?ery year, ranging (rum a low thousand dollars fur the man who invests a hundred or two hundred dollars up to 850,000 to 8100,000 or more by those who invest n lew thousand. It is also a iact that those who make the largeet profits from cuutiarit--ivelsmall investments on this plan are persons who live wvay from Chicago and invests through brokers who thoroughly understand systematic trading. Our plan docs not risk tho whole amount invested ou any trade, but covers both sides, so that whether tliu market rise- - or falls it brings a steady profit that piles up enormously in u short lime. WJU'lE FOR CONVINCING FKOOFS, ahw our Manual on success-lu- l speculation and our Daily ?.larket Report, full of money making pointers Our Manual explains margin trading fully. ALL FREE. 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In thesud-de- n stoppage of tobacco you must have some .stimulant nnd in most all coses, the eflect I 'of the stimulant, be it opium, morphine or r.other opintes, leaves a far worse habit con. Ask our druggist ttactul. !! K P A N S IL-XJOj- 13. Baco-Curo- Mmk and Mk Baco-Cur- o Repuiilioan m mm- Subscribe ior The TWO-CEN- Louisville Commercial $1.25 per year. and T about BACO-CURIt is rely vegetable. You do not have to stop using tobac-v- . vt'h nACO.CtJRO. It will Your sys iiolilv vou when to ston and vour desire ior tobacco will cease. tem will be aa free from nicotine ns the day before you took your first chew written guarntcc to absolutely cute the tobacco or smoke. An iron-claPrice $t 00 per box or 3 boxes habit in all Its forms, or money relunded. (30 days treatment and guaranteed cure,) for 2 50. For sale by nil druggist SEND SIX TWO CENT or will be snt by mail upon receipt of price. STAPS FOR SAMPLE BOX. Booklets and proofs free. Eureka Chemical & M'f'g Co., La Cross, Wis. 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