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Uepuulioan The Hmteoed i OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH COKBRESSIONM EPFBLlft DISTRICT. m ItAVK Ynv PAID SUBSCRIPTION? stand with Tho Republloan. Pny up and onoyonrln Advanoo nnd wo will sond you Tho Loulsvlllo Wookly Commorclnl ono yoar froo. Subacribo atonco. Wilt show how you THIS TAG VIII. THE ATLANTIC WORKING HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1895. until the 13th, CO. & S. W R. R. will run an additional local train leaving Central City 5 o'clock n. m , and ADMIRABLY. passing Heaver Dam 5:45 a m., Horse NO. 4. Latest U.S. Gov't Report THE IlEFUBlJcAN PLAT FORM. unlimited the fice and colnngt sii ttt of believing that it wiuld involve the Wo are opposed' tyo Highest of all in Leavening Power. riwFtiSmuAAi, vaxv. K.D.UUFFY. a-vuff- r h. D.ninao RS - Pinh MIxture"3 i botll CABLE Ey.ry horn, ihoulj h.v. of i F m Teething Troubles Nooplstt. tisnnful inz En- dori.4 by physician ml over 10UU moihtti. SoMbyriMMltn. No M 1 aj M tS $1800.00 GIVEN AWAY TO INVENTORS. $130.00 every month jlftn plies through us for tho moit th. month precedlng Wo secure tho brsi patents for onr clients, .nd tht object of thti offer il to cocoung. inventors to keep track of their bright Meat At th. urn. tun. ws with to imprest tipoa the public the bet tint IT 'S THE SIMPLE, TRIVIAL INVENTIONS THAT YIELD FORTUNES, which can be eanfyilid up luthat th down without ad tht ptuuiftrt tuck. "uuct-Mi.,- " "bout "coltaba.ton,' "nirt-locttopptr.1' ndiihound Mh? hide thin r that mot improringi and ihcu timpl any one can 6nd ft wtyof lavrntiont arc tht ones that brine brgcit rtturnl to tht author. Try to think of aomething to invent. away to any oa who apnentoiioui patent during IT IS NOT SO HARD AS IT SEEMS. patents taken out through u receive special notice In the" Nibonal Kecorder, pubhthed at Washlogtoo, D.C, which is the best ncwipa per pubhihed in America We lunti&h a year's tub in the interests of inventors. enption to this journit, fret of cost, to ail our clients. We alto ad rrnifco. fret 01 cost, the Invention each month which wins our $t$o twet and hundreds of thousands of copies of tho Kecorder." containing a sVetch of the winner, and a desctlptton of his invention, will be scattered throughout the United States among capitalists and manufacturers, thus bringing to their attention tht merits of tht Invention. AD communications regarded strictly confideauaL Addrtsa Solid tort of American and Foreign Patents, Dox .185. JOHN WnDDHRBURN & CO., 6i8FStiyet,N.V., Washington, D. C. ICUGKEYE iCURES ' IliJ OINTMENT NOTHING BUT PILES. known for IB yoars as tho iBEST REMEDYfor PILES.) SOLD 1IY ALT. IlItVUnlRTH. rmir.i v. caiu:: his a . ct. wm. A 8URE and CERTAIN CURE Cinapealo Ohio avl Southneslern R. R, DCTWCEN LOUISVILLE AND t f -- MEMPHIS. u $. 1. TROW ALSO AND 10 . Ty- - i CINCINNATI AND EVANSVILLE Io not purchase a Ticket NORTH, EAST, SOUTH OR WEST Until you have consulted an Agent of the P.O. c6 S. W. R. R. WJl'I'HT SUlHPltRS, M0D11K HQUIPMHNT. X. UVITHl) TRAINS, JOHN KCIIOLS, OtN. mod. it. I.YNCII, Gin. pass. aqt. Louiaviu., Kt. JI18 Lexington Business College. UHCOHTOHATtU.J Am Sjp&&a MWiM...iilfc..a g lllschett Odlvtal 1'nilorapiiinit. tlioflor ernur fil tlie t it.u)OiiHeaHli, tbi K'rcaldcnfi nr ttte htnte oil no. mid tbn hecrrtury and of IrnieurrrHlKttl! tbt Harurlty Trust and uafety IHplUIUM. VAIlIt OO THE PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH. Omntc't v iM " a tfate A & HI C Itea ) j Ui,C31ili:Mr.l HV UtarmyoIaurctMful studrnti, wtioieaaliirieRaga;r(Bnle liucdrcHlaoi .tlU lliiiuutuilaof tlultisr lKr annum leadlnr Ill,rr:iU;MM. Hmrra o( tho Its friends nr men ). llllJIISJkJT AVAI(I OK iO!tI.I'S LUMIIIAN KXlsNITION In to" Amirlcan Bya-tethis (tollufrc, and o! HhortUand," taught tho Illffhewt Knilorsnuriit In tlio Worm 10 ill UCKU ui ouiDUunuiuu jciiiuicii mi court rettortrr), from tbt authors ol this a) stem TKriWJItAlMIY. Mmrlitlndritt ul our j t An i4aiina tho rirst Premiums, (lold and llronso ml Itia tlt.lAHi tfAon4lkK hi 9t A.a awarded tht ajutoin ol Wlrilrr i:xioltloii. in this College llonk.ICrrplnir used llcuit r tlualnewA trrpurtnipnt. 15 reara prof ileal jperlfnonaabonk-kMpernnneape- wbo and Lualneia and patrons Njt?m of siclunl. lUMiiirsa iiiiinirimn nneu i vvvi j urirt- rruikpi ttmuitthRfouaMbv nnr other plan. Dint. inii uiMiiri trctlral nni. "All MPdals and We believe country In fnmncinUuln. in n sound currency, and in the use of both gold and. sliver for coinage, provided always thai a dollar in one is made precisely as Valuable as a dollar in the other of Kentucky, The Republican's while recognizing in the approaching contest the' great importance of State Mes-sa- ge matters, nevertheless appreciate the fact that parties cxjst nationally, and that no political party should beafrald Reor ashanie to give 'ull andexpllcitcx-planatio- n regarding its position on Sutherland's Uagle Kyc Salve is original in style of package every question affecting' the prosperinew and All Doubts ot tho Entlro nnd medicinal qualities. Itljnoton-l- y ty of State and nat on. a cure for all kinds of ore eye's but The appreliensic u of buincss inter Success of tho Cablo is guaranteed to give satisfaction as csts as to recentf threatened tariff Entlroly Disan ointment for old sores, piles, etc, changes and the want of confidence In Wayne Griffin & Bro. '.. poned. Democratic management caused rei. iiiisi.m:. duction in wages, Uecllne in exportaRoslnc is not especially on a boom, We nre glatl to be nblc to reproduce tion, general depression of business, the following bit of interesting news. but eveything is lively. Wenre hav- destruction of property, shriukage in ing a magnificent meeting here con- values and labor agitation. This apIt is taken from an Kxtra of the Rus sellvillc Herald, dated August 18, ducted by the Rev. Geo. II. Davis. prehension, accompanied' with subThete has been quite a number made sequent Democartlc legislation, made 1858: The following interesting news was happy since his arrival. by "patty pcifidyaind dishouer," has Our school opened Monday, Aug. I served in many respects to increase received at this office nfterour weekly The 6. Prof. R C. Jarnlgan Principal, and rather thau;diminfthNationaldisastcr. was printed. issue of Miss Annie Allen Assistant. Prof. cy news being ol such great and gloriUnder these circumstances the Jarnlgan, late from Hartford Colo( perous import we cauuot think question Iim been forced into lege, is, as a teacher, unique; Miss mitting a week to elapse belore sendundue prominence, nd theDemocrat likewise. readers of the Herald. Allen, as assistant, ing it to the ic party has scizcS'upon that insue to Mrs. Nancy Ford and Uncle Isaac We therefore hasten to send it "forth the exclusion of dU else, for the purBratcher died ou Sunday, Aug. 1 1 pose of diverting public attention in an Kxtra Herald. TheTejoicing ol W. A. Bratcher's eldest daughter from the conlennjjaUon of thcruin its the reception of intelligence ol the Mr was bitten by a ratttlc snake SaturAtlantic.Tel-egrapman"Vicious policies and,"miserable complete success day, Aug. 10 She is doing very (fell at Cable, has been general and agement has wrought. present. - We favor a tarjff so regular as to enthusiastic throughout the Union. Crops arc fine in tTiis section. Do not people ol Russellvilte and Loprotect the interests of all classes of But little is bcjng said about poli- our citizens upowartlcles that may be gan county feel like giving vent to If so, let tics here, as it is all about one way. successfuly manufactured or produced joyous feelings too? their We are glad to know of Dr. James Let us them go about it at once. in this country .flhus insuring good wages to the laborer and a home have a grand illumination and appro- being nominated for State Senator. He will be elected by fully 2,000 maand in con priate speeches. , market to the pBducer; jority. The man who said through section witli JliisYwc lavor tlie Nkw York. Aug.16 1858 Herald said that some good Deni-- o the of thedoctrins ot reciprocInformation has been received that crat could beat him is an imbecile, ity. We believeSthat such a system the Atlantic Cable is all right at both and he is a fool for saying Dr. James ' S'er governmental ends, and throughout, and that tha ought to be beaten but the people can ' will defray received look over the little flimsy sheet and ' exoense. craduallv linuidate all ins Queen's message has been restore public cofidence and is now in process of transmission what it says, lor it can't fool the peo- I debtedness, ... ... ...3 . . !.. and breadth olour ple any more. It basdone it once too relegate to in c rear tue unaue excitethrough the length ment now prcvjpHng concerning the land. often. It is true that Capt. Cox is a currency. In view of the past finanIt is understood that the following good man, but he is in the wrong message wa3 deposited by Queen Vic- pew this time. He being a good man cial history of the Democratic party, toria with Mr. Dallas, our Minister to was probably the reason he did not its devoting to the old State bank systhe Court of St. James, some days want to accept, knowing the differ- tem and wild cat tendencies, we affirm since, to be forwarded to the Presi- ence between himself nnd the remain- that the Republican party can be more safely trusted to regulate the fident whenever nnd as soon as the ca- der of the candidates. J. K. L. nancial system of the Nation. m ble was reported in working order, We favor auf American policy which and'thisnfternoon:-wns)e,transiuUted When the children drink bad water and eat too much green fruit, or have will protect'Amcricans and American by way of Valentia Bay: the stomachache or diarrhoea irom interests in any part of the world at TUB QUISBN'S MBSSAQK. any cause, you needn't be alarmed all hazards, and will sympathize with To Tim PnnsinrsNT or tub United about them. If you will get a 35c or snuggling republics rather than ignor30c bottle of. Dr. Bell's Anti-Flu- x "Statks: ant monarchies. Her Majesty desires to congratu- they will be at play in half hour after the first dose. Z. Wayne Griffin & When the Democratic party came successful Bro. late the President upon the into power in Kentucky it found the completion of this great international State able to pay every debt and have work, in which the Queen has taken On account of Hardin County Fair millions of surplus left. In the the deepest interest. at Ellzabethtown, Ky., September o meanwhile it has collected millions 1 2th 1895, tickets will be on sale TUB I'RBSIDBNT'S RKlY. of dollars of taxes under the most unSept. 10, 11, 12 and 13th at one fare The. President cordially reciprocates just systems of revenne, and yet we Sept. 14th. the congratulations of her Majesty, for the round trip good till are today in the humilliating attitude On account of Catholic Picnic at ot being unable to pay the current exthe Queen, on the success of the great Grayson Springs Ky., station Aug. penses of the State, and upon a fair international euterprise.accotnpllshcd 17th tickets will be on sule thit date valuation of assets are ludebt millions by the science, skill and indomitable It is a at one fare for the rouud trip good to of dollars. They have energy of the two countries. triumph more glorious, because more 1 8th to return. the constitution, refused office to one II. Merrick, agt. useful, than was ever won by the fairly elected by the people, engaged ou the field of battle. in extravagant legislation; increased Young men or young women aspirMay the Atlantic Telegraph Coming to any vocation in life should salaries, created unnecessary offices pany, under the blessings of Heaven , always remember that the bottom manifested their incompetency to prove to be a bond of perpetual peace rounds of the ladder of time arc filled manage the penitentiaries, brought and friendship between the kindred to overflowing, but there's always convict labor into competition with That's where Dr. nations; and nn instrument destined room at the top. for colic, cholera honest tree labor, diverted the school Bell's Anti-Fldiffuse religby divjne Providence to and diarrheca stands,. It's soldat 25c fund, failed to provide a decent State liberty and law and 50c on a guarantee by. Z. Wayne Capitol, and left its charitable instiion, civilization, Griffin & Bro. throughout the world. tutions without the necessary means In this view, will not nil our nafor their proper operation. tions of Christendom spontaneously Offered Free! We demand economy In every de unite in the declaration it shall be forpattment of public service, the enOrricn FtttsT National Bank, Nashville, Tknn., April 6,195. couragement of enterprize and capi-ta- l ever neutral, and that Its communica- mop J.F noAcoiiON,rnES.njuonoN'al'BAc-tica- l in the places Business Colleor, asiivill.Tknx tions shall bcbeldsacred and equitable and fair apportionDear Sir t The time of their destination, in the midst of ftw three months ago for whicha you deposited ment of the State, the impartial exforfeit under your'propoiitlon to give Itoo to nuy charitable ecution hostilities? of the law, a thorough remodIn. tltutlou in Nashville and $100 to any Dullness, if ou could not Dated at Washington City, August College south of IheOhla River, for Bookkeeper, eling of the revenue system, a rigid how more written applications and Stenographers during the I'AST I'lVIi inspection of the books and a radical 16, 1858. MONTHS than auy other Duslncss College south of the Ohio River could show in the l'AST 1'IVR change In the management of the pen16, Cyrus Station, Aug. YltARf, has this day expired, and, no demand now held subject itentiaries. To the Directors of the Atlantic liaving been made, the same is to your check. Respectfully, We recognize that the safety of a W. P. Bans, Cashier. Telegrayh Company: N. U A certificate of deposit for the above State is best promoted by the fosterEurope and America arc united by was publi.hed in the dally papers of Naahville, Glory be to God in the the CimciHHalll Bnquirtr, the Atlanta Comtitu-lien- , ing of a liberal system of common Telegraph! and thirty thousand circulars, giving the and good coUegta three months' time to accept. school, and we pledge ourselves to enHighest; on earth, peace Daily Amtncax, April 7,l$9- large and increase the present system will toward men. WrHeIltop.T,P.PRAt;ouoN,NashvIlle,Tcnu., Signed by the Directors of. the At- for his free Catalogue. so that reasonable opportunity maybe given to every child in the State to lantic Telegraph Company of Great I Kentucky it noiibtliit NlulcT ' Btitian. peculiar political conditions obtain a solid business education. Connecting With All the Lines Throughout the United States. GREAT REJOICING. Queen Victoria's and President Buchanan's sponse. Branch 6:15 a 111 , Lcrtchflold 7:19 a. 111., Grayson Springs 7:30 a. m., reaching Loulftville nt 10:30 a. in. Returning train will leave Louisville at 8:30 p. m., and run through to Central City. Tickets will be sold at the following low rates or the round trip: I'rom Central City $2 55; from Beaver Dam $2.20; from Horse Branch $1.95; from Lei tch field $1.50. Sale, of tickets will commence Sept. 8th and will continue until Sept 13th, limited for return until Oct, 5U1. T. B Lynch. G,' P. A. w ggltornoys ggt igiiw, ds aaiaag'o, Kantvusk-y- . k L Powder 4BSOaLtlirEE.V HGeSSSS Hartford, PURE Will nractlco in all courts (if OIiiii nnd adjoining counties, Superior ColCourt and Court of Appeals. lections and all legal business aljcnd-c- d to. Office 329 E. Market St. of-Jh- h 10-t- con-quer- er ux $200 AurA-vi- ll lMistTIONM, Our 41unrante X'Uii," sent fre. Write for It IlOJIii HTIIItV. will savn you money. Write for tnitnicilona, 679.000.00 fiuaruntro that or money n our "vf.KtJAJ1 WKW HCILIllNt, funded. by us, to meet tlm nsriicd, erected mid furnlifit-requirements ot our practical aystem of Instrut. tlon. Furunr lie., t.lertrict l.la;tii, YVufrr, ventilation Tbt largest and mo oiiulpped ISualne-atolleffe llulldina; nth Mouth, responsibility rests upon their word only, will tH uu tlit they lU slvt you the "same," or a "mora iliurough course," In " less time," or for " Irsa inunry," eto , than It takes to complete a oMirs with us 1iiraro of such claims, Ihey art) fnta.V Illustrated CHtalogut free. rrliicipal, Addreas. C UA MiUUN. Itilngtun, icy. Myatrsu tiaa a record Itnllw-aand of 14 year' nractlcui eJtrlnce. from Nig til Operator to riilet Train JJlspatcher. with the largest Trjinlt I.lnee ItvAmerlca. i;iuIorCHl b Opera tflPTTmln litspatchers Muperlntendents, and A loadhiv rn'l xy and trlegraph com pa l ea, Tlia Only ai 'Iiottl lit I Ii World owning and ruiiipbtt lUllway Hstem for tho purpose of lUiitttc Its graduates to go direct to good iwwltlmia m prnntiral uperatorit INNTlttCTlOX In all Nn flaaa Uorh divirtnienti with auy louiko, 1'enmansblj). business Correspondence, Commercial Iaw, Commercial Arllhtiietlo and Hpellltig Trletrrh uriMtVlIliAIi The that exist in Kentucky have led many I,oultllleIurlii( O.A. II. .iiciiiii!- - people to believe that the State is a Intnl. doubtful one and that the RepubVia C O. & S. W. R. R. Commenlicans have a chance to carry Is this cing Sept. 1 ath to accommodate visiof fall. For this reason there Is great tors to the National Kncatupment Interest, both at home and abroad, in the G. A, R. commencing nt Loulss accurate and reliable political news and continuing in villeonScpt. nth from nil parts of the State. The Weekly Courier- - Journal is now covDANCE, ering this field perfectly, and it is ST. Spasms, Conrulaiona, Dizziness, Fainting publishing the news without bias or Bpelta, Korvom Prwtratlon and those nerv-ot- u conditions brought on ly functional disprejudice. A close reader of the by Dr. Pierce' Low ItntrM nnd A1I1IK101111I Trillin In VIT9S Got our prices on picnic bills and wo do your work. Best wo rk gunrnntoed.Soe smnmuj, ns before going olso-hero. FIERCE .T CURE. w orders arejxsrmanently cured Favorite Prescription. It's a strengthening tierTino and restorative tonio, prescribed by an eminent Physician (or all those distress. lng " weaknesses " and IrregularUo common to women. Mrs. ADAH UEIIE, Albany, iltrlc0o.t' writs! " I)B. A. Y. Dear Mr fr sister, Miss Cordelia Merltel, bad KU Dance. Her Vitus'. head and rliht arm moved or twitched constantly! she could not walk without be-iheld under her arms. Wis tried (our doctors, but without good. After fifteen months, baring been given up as a noraiw Invalid, I bought her 11 r. x miu) aaiui ilcj Miss mirkiu proscription! In two months she was well and strong-.-" Weekly Courier-Journshould beablc to forecast in advance what will be the outcome of the State election next November. In news of every kind, is offering to its the Courier-Journsubscribers $6,000 In cash presents for guesses as to exact vote and closest to the exact vote that will be received by the Democratic, Republican ind Populist candidates for Governor of Kentucky. The price of the piper is only one dollar a year, Sample copies containing lull detail of the cash present plan will be sent free to any address. Write to COURHJR-JOURNAT, COMPANY, Louisville, Ky. h The net gold exporatlon since JanuaA BAD DAY'S WORK. ry 1 has been about $16,000,000. f while it was $68,000,000 In the cor responding time in 1894, $57,000,000 Tho Domooratlo Bossob Got OWENSBORO, KY. Iuto a Bad in that period in 1893, $43,000,000 in Will practice his profession in DaviesJ and adjoining counties. 1892 nnd $72,000,000 in 1891. Special, atFix. tention given to collections. Office, General business, as represented Bank of Commerce Building. b bank clearings and railroad earn, The Democratic bosses at the Per-ti- e ings shows n great Improvement. Springs Convention did a bad Jh,h. nicmi, J.N. It. Wedding, According to "Bradstreet's" figures day's work for their party. EveryGLENN & WEDDING, V the clearances of the ninety or one body, of course, expected the declarahundted cities from which reports nre tion which It made in favor of free received were, in July, 30 per cent in coinage. As the Convention was callflAUTFORD, KY. excess of those of the same month in ed to make an expression on the sil(Office, over Anderson's Reaaar.) 1894 nnd 10 per cent nhead of those of ver question nobody was In doubt as Will practice their profession in alt that time in 1893. The1 total of July; to wliat that ?xprcsj;lon would be.. tho courts of Ohio and ndjoining counSpecial 1895, was never exceeded, except in Only one faction oPUie party, ttSrfrtfc-silve- ties, and court of Appeals. attention given collections. Also 1889,1890 and 1892 In each of those faction, wanted the Convention Notary Public for Ohio county. years the figures touched were but lit- and that was the only faction which tle higher than those reached last chose delegates for it or took part in t-. month. The Improvement this year it. Probably the expression would is rendered especially significant by have been about the same had the jJT the fact that it has been progressive. other element been represented, for In June they were 22 per cent In ex- the silver silliness hasa stronger hold cess of that month In 1894, and in July, on the Democracy in Missouri than it IIARTFOIin, KY. Will practice his profession in Ohio as before mentioned, the increase has in most others States and maintos 30 per cent, which is the largest tains itself longer. While the silver and ndjoining counties, and court of Special attention given increase scored by any month this utterance, therefore, so far as it could Appeals. collections. Office- cast side of puHi't have any influence at all, would as- square. year. Railroad edrnings do not show this high ratio of growth, but, on sail the State's reputation for busimost of the .roads, they reveal a high- ness sense and general intelligence, it M. L. IlKAvnm. Shelby Taylor. would not seriously damage the party ly encouraging increase. HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, In the great industries this situation guilty of it. But the Convention's reorganization The continues to be promising. "Iron Age" says "the conviction is or the State Committee will have HARTFORD, KY. gaining ground throughout the Iron graver consequences for the party. Will practice thier profession in all trade that the present level of prices This action was so unexpected and so is not going to hold its own, but that extraordinary that it caused general tho Courts of Ohio and adjoining evenbetter figures are bouudto rule." surprise when, a day or twYj beiore counties, and in the Court .Jot ApSpecial attention given to the Convention met, the public first peals. This, of course, means a further in collections. Office, next door to surIt caused crease in demand, for the supply is heard It threatened. Bank of Hartford. steadily and rapidly expanding. In prise because it is directly contrary the other great industries the out- to the regular order of things in this Perry Westerfield, and every other State. The State look is the same. The crop condi-tionwhich are a factor of the high- Committees arc formed iu the years tat est importance in the business situa- of the national conventions, and their BeavebDam,.Ky. , tion, remain encouraging. While membership remains unchanged until wheat will be only nn average crop 4 years later.except asdeathsor resigR. R. WEDDDNG , some of the other cereals promise a nations render the selection of memlarge yield. The corn crop, according bers to fill the vacant places necessato expectations, will be 200,000,000 ry. The transformation of the combushels above the largest yield of the mittee at the present time, whereby HARTFonn, Ky. past. Good crops will bring to the nineteen members are added to the Will practice his profession in all tanner the prosperity which comes to fifteen on the regular roll, was not the courts of Ohio' and adjoining, the other workera irom the growth in contemplated iu the call under which counties. Also Notary Public. Office, room 20, Hartford House. t. the Convention met, and at the time general business. the call was issued was unthought of Statk of Ohio, by anybody except, perhaps, by the ss. City op Toledo coterie of conspirators. It is unpreLucas County, Frank J, Ciibnby makes oath that cedented, illegal, revolutionary. ' This action was needless as well as he is the senior partner of the firm of Hartford, Ky. F. J, Ciibnby & Co. doing business unexampled. A committee which silver-ite- s practice in the City of Toledo, County and was already controlled by the WILL courts of his profeseionln all Ohio and adjoining is, by snap process, further packState aforesaid, and that said firm By a counties and Court of Appeals. Specwill pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED ed in the interest of silver. ial attention given to collections. DOLLARS for each and every case of piece of trickery, as discreditable as Office next door below Cowmen sound money Catarrh that cannot be cured by the it is extraordinary, the cial Hotel. men who were outnumbered1 and outuse of Hall's Catarrh Curb. FRANK J. CHENEY. voted on the regular committee are B. This is a waste Sworn to before me and subscribe sUU further effaced. in my preseuce, this 6th day of De- energy which has a ludicrous aspect to Republicans, but which has very cember, A. D. 1886. HARTFORD, KY. t serious side to the Democratic party. A. W. Glbason, practice his profession in tho a piece of silly bravado on the Will It is I iMoiary courts of Ohio and adjoining countiet J SEAL I part of the silverites which they will Careful attention given to all business be ashamed of before the next elec- entrusted to him. Office in Rktub- Hall's Cataarh Cure Is taken internal-ly and acts directly on the blood and tion, which will auger and repel the lioan Building. other element, and whicluwiU make mucous surfaces of the system. Send lor testimonials, free. thousands of votes for the RepublicF. J, CHENEY & CO., Toledo, ans. Such acts make the machinery O. of a party the plaything of a reckless HARTFORD, KY. 8""Sold by Druggists, 75c. and factious leaders and are utterly Will practice his nrofewion in all th For Nnle. courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. subversive of party discipline and A scholarship in the Lexington The Pertle Springs bosses Careful attention will be given to al Col Business College. Call at this office are loyal Democrats, to be dure, yet business entrusted. to his care. tf their conduct Jeaves them open to the lections a specialty. Office with the for particulars. It will pay you. county Attornoy. Also NotaryPublic reproach of being in the pay of the Whenever the little children, the la0. Xj. KOC3--E3I2S- , dies or the big men want something Republican party. to regulate their liver or cure constipation and biliousness, Dr. Bell's Tiny The U. S. Gov't Reports GREENVILLE, KY. Tonic Tablets is what they must have. show Royal Baking Powder Will practice bis profession in all tho They cure and you never feel it. courts of Muhlenberg and adjoining Vurely vegetable. superior to all others. 25c a vial. Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. counties. Special attention will bo given to collections and all business A HIhihIIiik "Her. Office atort entrusted to his care There arc two methods ot teaching in- door below postofllcc. is by the "Text Bo6k Copying Process," the other by 'The can(Cbniify Attorney) Patented and Copyrighted System of bo Actual Business from the Start." From the first you get the theory; HARTFORD, KY. Irom the second you get the practice. Will practice his profession in the Try Our Actual Practice Methods Courts ot Ohio and adjoining conn-tie- s. four weeks, then If you prefer the old Special attention given to colplan of copying printed transactions lections. Office in Courthouse. druggist tells you he from a Text Book, no charge will be Whenever has something just as good forcoughs, JNO. B. WILSON, grip, etc., as Dr. Bell's PlneTarllons. made for the trial two weeks, and In ey don't you believe it, for we guar--an- te addition we agree to give you a full (usthat is Is not true. We make diploma course in the genuine and authorize all drugHARTFORD, KY. ing the Text Book on gists to guarantee it. The E. E. Good Old Granny Metcalf, 86 years of any author you may name) giveu Sutherland Co., Paducah, Ky. SPECIAL attention abstracts, tocoK'" old, living nt 618 Monroe street, making Ac., Bell's Pine aleo Ky., says that Dr. Notary Public for Ohio County. Remember that the Lexington Bus- Tar Honey is the best grip cure, TI10 l'lnnlicliil Nlliinlloil. Office North side ot public spure. The resumption of gold exports is iness College is the only school In cough, lung and bronchial remedy been offered to the people the only new feature of Importance in Lexington, Ky., using the Practical that has during her life. Guaranteed by. Z. the financial situation. This has Actual Business System of instruct- Wayne Griffin & Bro. brought the Treasury gold fund, ion. All others use the "Text Book which was above the $107,000,000 largWo mark, Copying Plan." line at Its recent high-wat- er The above College is one of the down to $104,000,000, nnd as the outgo promises to continue a few days or best of Its kind in the South. .RememShould auy reader of this paper weeks longer, tbe're is a chance that to attend a Business College It down to $100,000,000 be It may go $1.25 gots fore the upward turn begins. Crop will be to his Interest, to see or exportation usually starts on a large write the editor of this paper. scale la September, however, and Commerthen an inflow of gold begins. Both HARTFORD, KENTUCKV. Ever person, big, little, old or young, blaek or white, rich or poor, movements arc likely to come .u ear- -' used Dr. Bell's Pine Is prepared to do nuy and all kinds . ly in 1895 as the average ofTecent whohasvcr prououuees it the best Tar Honey Prices most of Dentnl Operations, outward gold movement cough and lung remedy nn earth years. The Children Cry for reasonable. Office over Williams & in 1895 has been mucji, below that of It's true, too, so we guarantee. Bell's Drug Store, Castorla. Z." Wnyue Griffiu & Bro. any year ulticc long before tlvt" panic. L AWYER, LAWYERS, r names -f- Smltla, PHIY if tf cur-len- - Attorneys at Law k s, Attorney Law. .- Attorney at Law, Globe-Democra- nt mi Jo. ROGERS. Attorney at Law, over-rfdde- n Attorney at Law, Globe-Democr- at. Attorney at Law, 11 Book-keepin- g subscription constantly list creasing. You left not afford to Send in behind. $1.25 and get The Republic an and Weekly Louisville Commercial one year. Our Attorney at jCa, Attorney at Book-keepi- law ng ee. J. R. PIRTLE have tho de-ti- re est circulation,, but want more. ber Louisville cial one year. s MP Republican Pitcher's The and DENTIST fl rr ''"'MU'IM aasWashs mmi.iiiii'i. f MSS !. ffcW . :, .y ratVita . p - tf. hi imMpQ& fpTpiW Hartford Republican rUBUBIIIUJ KV11HY FlltDAY JIOIININO Tm:ni: in n growing sentiment In the country in favor of a well dovisori stock law. So long as Kentucky Is ablo to f ur nish tho world with 48 murders in 40 days her reputation for lawlessness is in no great danger of being Im- HURRAH! The Louisville Anzeig-er Wili not Support Hardin. r.DITOIUtl, HAM A. ANIIRIINON Proprietor. JO. II. IIOUKIIN KdKor. poses many of these iron mills wcie at work. In several cases where I have rend In e newspapers about wngefl being advanced I have written notes to the proprietors to get Free-Trad- LOST FAMILY AND HOME, (Story of the Sod Llfo Man. of t Vir-chil- the truth. Friday, August, sj, 1895. Subscription, - S1.2B por yoar. paired, j ..- i(iNiir.iiiooi(. Aug. 19. II Wn tho Mctlm of Murrtfroul Frni- lIII. Homo Ilnrnril unit Ilia Wife Reslne, nil Child Ulllfd-tlol- nn spent Friday Itl)A.HO.N. M. G. Wilson, In this vicinity. c Oat Wret. BPUBLICAN DEVICE. i r ! l IlAim'Oiii) needs an ordinauco against tho town cow and tho town hog, which members of society aro and havo been making life almost unbearable. Tho hog nnd tho cow are a nujsauco, sadly in need of squelching. llltlMJ Does not Like the Money Part of His Speech. Says He Will Lose the German Vote of the State. WILL NOT LIPr A FINGER X ' I! s 1 ', TO VOTE THE REPUBLICAN ' TICKET PUT THE X UNDER THE LOG CABIN. The Republican State Central Committee recently adopted the Log Cabin tutho emblem to be placed upon the Republican ballets Instead of tho Eagle against the use of which the Democrats were about instituting an injunction. Tho Log Cabin is the emblem adopted by tho old Whigs in tho campaign of I84O and tho sug To vote the gcetion was lound here. Republican ticket stamp the X in the Bpaco below the Log Cabin. r J '' , t Republican I Ticket. Governor, COL. WM. 0. BRADLEY. of Garrard county The Louisville Anzeiger, the leading German paper of the State Is very much dissatisfied with Mr. Hardin's construction of the Democratic plat" form and announces that it will not support him. The Anzeiger says: "Mr. Hardin, the Democratic candidate for Governor, has taken his Hon. A. C. Thomi'kins, the man choice between his party and the silwhom the Princeton Banner (Dcra.) very demagogue Blackburn, between gave such a going over last week, is the honest nnd the swindler dollar, the Democratic nominee for tho Leg- between honor and shame, between islature from the City of Oweosboro. victory aud defeat. He has decided Mr. Thompkins wroto an article to for Blackburn, swindlerdollar, shame Under the whip of Blackone of the Magazines recently in and defeat. which he contended that the age of burn, threateningly held over his consent should be twelve years. With head, he has become a weakling, a this for a text tho Banner proceeded traitor to his patty, and what is perhaps the worst of all an impossible to give the gentleman such a lamcandidate. For, as long as the policy basting as is seldom accorded to morof the two great American patties is tals this side of purgatory, but the not directed by fools and knaves, a Democracy is expected to support candidate who is a follower of Joe ing. him. Blackburn will always be an absolute monstrosity on a platform for honest The Herald backs squarely out of its statement mado last week regarding the appointment of the officers of election by the County Judge and Of course it was says it was wrong. wrong or TnE Republican would not have said so, but there are some gross doubts as to whether it was a mistake. The Herald should have named tho party to whom the County Judge said the statement mado by the Herald was a "damned malicious lie' and also that the County Judge tried in vain to itnu out wno 01 tne Herald force was responsible for the publication. If nobody is responsi ble for the publication ot a newspaper it should close up shop. money. Tub debate at Louisville Monday night between Ilnidin aud Bradley was a triumph for the latter aud a dc feat for tho former. Bradley canio out of tho contest with a still stronger hold upon tho people, wbilo Hardin came out not only a worsted dobater, but a losing candidate, having diiven tho Louisville Pot, a great Democrat' io paper, into open revolt and having made it impossible for the Courier-Journto give him any but half hearted support. Mrs. Sallte Peyton Cro-vlini returned to Livetmore niter several weeks visit to Mrs A. C. Ellis. Miss Bryant is the guest ol her sister, Mrs. G. W. Maple. Mr. Joseph Foster, wlU and children hnve returned fro 11 Union county niter scveml days visit thcrenmong relatives. l'rnf. Clins. II. Kills has been to teach the fall term ol school nt Alexander. This Is the second term here for Charles nnd we predict for him a profitable school. C. B. Hays is on the sick list. He has been confined to his room for sev eral days. Rev. Hicks, pastor of the C. P. Church, nt Beda, began a, series of meetings at that place last Saturday. Prospects are flattering for a glorious revival. Bro. Hicks Is a rising young minister and we trust that he may be instrumental In bringing many lost souls to Christ. We learn that Rev. I. II Tcel, pastor of the Christian Church, will begin n revival at Alexander the first Sunday night In September. We hope the people will nwaken themselves to the cause of religion nnd let us have a good revival, for that is what the people of this vicinity need. The public is Invited to attend. We especially iu.vite all other Christian denominations to be with us. We are looking lorwnrd to a grand meet- Tho other day a man, with nngulsh set deeply In tho furrows of n suffering face, passed through this city on routo for the far wot, snys the Cincinnati Enquirer. Ills nnmo is Ambrose Christian, nnd nt ono lminiy time in his llfo ho wai the owner of n fruitful littlo farm on tho headwater! ol Now river, nwny up In tho mountains of West Virginia. Ills pretty wito anil child wero then with him, nnd hU hearth wns surrounded with good cheer) but, Mas, sadly uavo events drawn tho snulo curtains of despair noross tho last chapters of this once happynndcontcnted man's llfo. In tho wild, rugged country where Mr. Christian's farm set, like n flower bed among thorns, lived n few families here nnd there d who were full of tho feudal Daisy Drank. l i Lieutenant Governor, WM. J.WOKTHINGTON, of Greenup county. Auditor, SAM H. STONE, of Madison county. Secretary of State, CHARLES FINLEY, ! i of Whitley county. Treasurer, GEORGE W. LONG, of Grayson county. Attorney General, JUDGE W. S. TAYLOR, of Butler county. Supt. of Publio Instruction. W. J. DAVIDSON, of Pulaski county. Rigister of the Land Office, CHARLES O. REYNOLDS, of Fayette county. Commissioner of Agriculture, LUCAS MOORE, of Marion county. Railroad Commissioner 1st Diet. JERRY R. PORTER, of Hickman county. For State Senator, DR. A. D. JAMES. For Representative from Ohio County C. M. BARNETT. For Coroner, L. W. HUNT. Having been nominated by the Democratic party for the Legislature, I am before you asking your suffrage. I can only pledge you that if elected I will look alter and guard your interests as I would my own, and endeavor to represent the whole people, irrespective of parties. I will appreRespectfully, ciate your vote. Sam K. Cox. SPECIAL NOTICE. To tho Voters ot Ohio County We have made repeated appeals to subscribers who are in arrears with us; some have responded cheerfully and paid ono year in advance, others have paid no attention to our notices. To all those who havo paid we are very thankful, to those who have not paid, we ask you again to call or send in that subscription account you owe. We are at a great expense every week and MUST have what is Look at the duo us on subscription. label on your paper and you will seo how much you are indebted to us, and don't rest until you have paid it off. Your subscription account is just as essential as any account and you ought to pay it just the same as any other account, and you will confer a great favor on us by paying AT ONCE. From bad to worse and from worse to worst is the progress the Kentucky Democracy is now making. The Republican gives its readers this week a Supplement containing a complete report of the joint debate betweenGcn. Hardin and Col. Bradley at Louisville on the 10th. Louisville Pod gives a list of Kentucky Democratio papers which aro for Sound Money and against Jo Our contemporary is Blackburn. Wonder not mentioned in the list. wbero it stands? The The Louisvillo Pod has denounced Hardin aud refuses to support him The threat German for Governor. daily of Louisville has done the samo and tho Courier-Journis so weak iu its support as to be charged with secret The way of a Free SiN opposition. vor man on a straddle platform is In deed hard. sWJM.M-HaiirlsWOTil H Sttt ft IfS KM IMS. DM I Coutfb birup. TMiMtioud in Mm, nnid by dnmltti. i H fll All "The Louisville Anzeiger does not deny for a moment that it has been put In a very embarrassing position by Mr. Hardin's speech, but It has not hesitated for a second what it had to do under the circumstances. It follows that coutse which honor and patriotism direct. "The Anzeiger has carried the flag of its party in sunshine and storm. C. A. In many a bitter political battle it has demonstrated that its Democracy is not merely a thin varnish, but that one its whole heart and soul are filled with the great, noble and liberal principles of Its patty. But more than its party of the Anzeiger values the Interest of the American business world, the SilHow many of our citizens ever national credit and the honor of the thought that the choicest building country. Whoever dares to attact the fundaments of this holy trinity of lots in the town have never been ceases to be the friend of the Anzeigtouched? People talk of Hartford's er. being crowded and that building lots "The Anzeiger could avoid the isopAs beautiful locations sue by are scarce. saying that thesilver question almost as nature ever created are ly is d ecided at Washington and not at ing unimproved right in the town. Frankfort, and that it Is therefore of Reference is made to the beautiful, little consequence what opinions Mr. suf almost picturesque, river front lying Hardin entertain on the question, but din- between the bridge and the steam mill. the Anzeiger in not in the habit of bethese two lying Itself. A street opened between "We have assured Mr. Hardin repoints would open up a portion of the Ev- town which, for building purposes, peatedly, and in the strongest lan unexcelled. never guage, that the German Democrats.of is If you have considered thequestion or if you are in- Louisville are unanimously for honcredulous after having perused these est money and that they will never A. A. follines take a stroll up the river from degrade themselves to vote for a lower and accomplice of Blackburn. L. Manthe bridge and convince yourself. He may now see how he gets along Water Street could be made a most without the German vote of Keninteresting drive and tho beautiful tucky. The Anzeiger Is not going to sites worthy move finger to knolls along the way are f'nmpnlcn Souk. get a single German a 'Tho thcy'veTtaken away our eagle, of mansions. The question is worth vote for him. If the Democrats of we're not going to make a fuss; the serious consideration of our city Kentucky do not at the eleventh hour There Is not the slightest bit of use dads and the owners of property fac- nominate a new candidade, a man we see. ing the river between the points who better appreciates the honor of The little Old Log Cabin's plenty named. standing ona platform that piotects good enough for us; the highest Interest of the country, Then hurrah tor the "G. O. P!" is a the Anzeiger will, as far as the posiIn many respects Hartford most remarkable town and possesses tion of Governor Is concerned, be a Choius Then.hurrah for the Grand Old Partyl during the rest of business and commercial advantages passive looker-oGive three cheers both loud and of far reaching importance. It is lo- the campaign. We have not yet dehearty. cated near the center of the fourth cided for ourselves, which woufd be 'Tho they've taken away our eagle the greater evil, a Republican boss or Commonwealth, largest county of the a hireling of Joe Blackburn in the we're not going to make a fuss( a county renowned alike for its tim Capitol at Frankfort. Therefore we The little Old Log Cabin's plenty ber, mineral and agricultural wealth. avoid good enough for us. both evils by simply ignoring In the two former it excels any of its the Governor's election. "All this talk about free silver and border counties and in the latter is "And the Anzeiger is convinced theTariffBillandtin, 'second only to Daviess. It is washed that Its readers will fully appreciate Will be settled when.our candidate along almost its entire southern bor- the stand it has taken. It is a most Is President," say we; der by the largest river lying wholly painful duty for us to declare warfare In the coming great election, we will wittnn the State, a river only recent-l- y on the man who stands as the head see who will win, Through ot the Democratic ticket, but, in spite made free to navigation. Then hurrah for the "G. O. P!" the center of the county flows the of loyalty to its party, the Anzeiger beautiful Rough River, just now be- has never given up its right of hav- Chorus Then hurrah, etc. The rich ing an opinion of its own, and it Tho the Glorious Biid of Freedom ing opened to navigation. bottom lands along both theso streams makes use of this right by may not hover o'er our polls, Let the lolds of Dear Old Glory and especially along tho latter, aro openly declaring that, In its eyes, wave above the brave and free; just being reclaimed and put into Hardin no longer exists as the candidate for Governor." And the little Old Log Cabin stirs our cultivation. Tho county has a larger pattiotic souls, railroad mileago than any other counDanger 1'reillclril, Then hurrah for the "G. O. P!" ty In this part of the State. In Bchools, The Democratic and Republican teachers and general intelligence the parties in Kentucky have both iu con- Chorus Then hurrah, etc. K.P.B. county ranks with the foremost in vention assembled pronounced for If Blackburn secures jCouisville So much for the county. sound money. IbeState. Tho town is none the less distinguished a majority of the Democratic nomiin many respects. There is not a town nees for the Legislature it is reasonaCental (Jo- inKcntucky of equal population that bly certain that the next Legislature can boast of an abler board ofphys of that State will be Republican. 114 Main St.. Nashville American. sicians, an abler ' bar, an abler ministry, a better College, or a more reOwensboro, The Grade Cards are better, pretfined and intelligent citizenship. tier and cheaper than ever. They are The business men of Hartford are Ky. f2r V3 VJ tha hadsomest in the market; just the substantial and progressive aud there thing to make a child feci jubilant, Is scarcely $500 borrowed capital and to kepp as a souvenir oftbe Pa!.il3ss Denistry a Specialty. among our merchants. There have school. 35 cents a hundred 300 for Cur celebrated Crown and Bridge Work or Teeth without Plates applied boen fewer financial failures iu Hart- $i.oo,ot RlU'URLiCAEOflice tf without pain and Guaranteed to cive ford than any other town of like sizo jeiftct satisfaction. TrmlerN I'renleH II0U111, in the State. The location ot the llotr i'rc Celd Crowns $5to$7 F.H Perkins has returned from a visplace is healthful and is well adapted P j.celaln Crowns $3 to $4 it among the potters, glass men and Best set of Teeth (no better made no Seeing that we to manufacturing. Iron men says the American Economatter how much you pay) . . $8 have so mauy advantages for town $6 mist. When asked about the recent A Good Set and county, there is no reason why (', iol Fillings , . . $1 up advance in wages he said: P itiuutu Alloy fu$1 our people should not look to tho "I found that some glass, pottery , 75c ture with the very brightest pros- and iron establishments which closed Silver ICxtracting, per tooth 25c pects. Talk up the town and county. down In 189a or dropped wages 35 per Painless extrcting with Vitalized , . i . 50c Air cent, have started up again, but none PAINLESS KXTRCTING by the On account of Catholic Picnic at with the wages of 1892. In all the use of our Vitalized Air FRP.P. when Grayson Springs Ky,, station Aug. pottetles wages were cut 12 i per Artificial Teeth are ordered. 17th tickets will be on sule that date cent, by the Wilson bill and I full Gold Filling In your Artificial Teeth at one fare for the round trip good to no Instance where they had bet re- same as your natural Teeth. 18th to return. stored. On account of the druisi d eThl8 Offlco Formanantly If. Merrick, ngt. for structural iron tor building pur- Locatod. Silver Rally and Free Dinner. There will be a grand free silver rally and free dinner given at Prentis,Ky., on Saturday, Sept. 7., Capt. Power, of the greatest orators of the State Indiana,will speak in the interest of the Free Coinage of ver. Candidates all political parties will he given an portunity to present their claims for frage. Ahigfree ner will he given to all who attend. eryhody invited. P. Swain and TVesterfield, agers. Tile Orllllliie .Mrrlt Of Hood's Sarsaparilla wins friends whereventis fairly and honestly tried To have perfect health, you must pure blood is to take Hood's Sarsaparilla, that nobody had recognized him. the best blood purifier and strength The ball from the bushwhacker enmo builder. It expels all taint of scrofunenr closing the last sad chapter of la, salt rheum and all other humors, a llfo no longer worth the living. nnd at the same time builds up the For over five months he managed to whole system. cscapo death, and, Hko n wandering refugee, lived arqund tho country Hood's Pills nre prompt and effinear his beloved farm. At last, cient. 25c. wearying of the strain tho task ImField & Holbrook nre prepared to' posed upon him of keeping up such an unequal fight, he con- furnish you any kind or style of bugcluded to abandon everything and gy you may want nt prices that would go faraway Into tho west In search astonish you. of a little peace. While waiting for a train at the Grand Central depot Ilntnyoit linlil ymir miliierlpllonT he told the story of his life's tragedy to an Enquirer reporter, and as the Dr. Price' Cream Baking Powder World's Pair H!(hc5t Awid. train pulled out It took ono with it whose burden of sorrows might havo not iln no nl onre imjr your freighted an argosy. constantly warred against each other. In ono of theso feuds Christian becnmocntnnglcd,nnd from that tlmo on a minute's penco was never meted out to him. On ono cold wintor night he was called to his door by the voico of ono who was evidently In trouble. "Murdcrl Ilclpl Help!" enmo tho nppeal, nnd Mr. Christian leaped to his door but to receive a shot from some co wnrdly assassin In ambush. Ills wound camo near bolng fatal, and for weeks ho lay at the point of death. Tho rufllans ceased hostilities during the time, but as soon as he was on tho road to recovery they began again to threaten his life. About four years ago ho woke up ono night to find his neat littlo fnrm homo In flames. Gathering up his little babo that was only a few weeks old ho ran with his wife for life, as the rafters were then falling In. As tho little family ran distracted from tho flames tho brutes who had set the building on flro had tho heartless-nes- s and Inhumanity to again fire upon him, nnd his wife and child wero murdered In cold blood before his eyes. Knowing tho mountain paths well he managed to oscapo death himself, nnd with ouo arm shattered by a rifle ball ho bent his retreat Into the thick bushes of tho hills. Then followod a period of three years, during which he was a wanderer over tho country, heartbroken nnd forlorn. At last, hoping that his oncmles bad forgotten tho trouble, he wandered back to look again at tho green spot where once ho was so happy. He returned to the littlo farm in the hills and found it occupied by another; nor could any trace of tho spot where his wifo and babe had been burled. He was not allowed to search very long, for on tho fourth day after ho nrrhed n shot from behind a tree some distance from him gave warning that his presence was known. Up to this time he firmly bolloved how-ever, spirit nnd IVIIITIifj' Vote lor lliinlln. Wonder II the coil miners have so soon forgotten the timewhenthe convict labor question ngitated the public mind and directly iutcrfetcd with their wages and the maintenance of their families Have they forgotten that P. Wat Hardin, the same P. Wat who would now ask your support In his race for the gubernatorial chair, was the secretaryof Sttte? Have the coal miners forgotton that it was this P. Wat Hardin who. raised his voice and used IiH vote and Influence tow ard having convicts take the place ot miners in' the production of coal? Will the catl miners of Kentucky, kiss their wives and children good by on the morning ol the election and go cast their ballots for this Hardin who attempted to Yob them of their bread by filling their places with convict-labo- r? We believe not The miners of Kentucky are men and not politic cal hirelings to shout aloud when the party wand is raised. They will vote for their fatuilieti for their wives, for tainly learn this important lesson, their children nnd for their homes, and whenever he begins to conduct and against this man Hardin who his business according to the frugal would rob them ofthelr oecupatlon. and prudent Itastern plan, he will Central City Republican. find it far more profitable. Globe-Democr- i:nMrrn mill Wralrrii t'nrmlitv. The census figures show that Lan cheater County, Pa., Is the leading county of the United States iu the vnltie of its agriculture products, the total being 7,837,790. Next comes St. Lawrence County, N. V., with then Chester County, Pa, with Js.863.Soo; then Wotceatrr . nnd County, Maw , with $5 then' Bucks County. Pa , with fS 4 ' I It will surprise the geneial reader to lenru that the five cuunllc ranking highest iu this teepect are unt Iu the great hkHcuUiuc empire nf the West, but In the mamifncliittng tfploti of th Itast, three nl litem in one State. This ctiUlnly don not Indicate that the pititectimi Initll under which the manufacturing Indus- estabttta of tli country have lished bos proved detrimental to the tot met. The bet Is that such Industrie have provided an ontfttged market for farm products, and thus male agriculture more profitable nnd In creased the value of lauds used lor that purpose. There are many draw-bacto tanning In the ltnst, but the advantages of being cloc to n good mnrkct nre sufficient to overcome them and to insure success where It would otherwise be practically impossible. It is not to this fact alone, however, that the prosperity of the Itistcru farmers is attributable. They manage their affairs iu a dlflcreut way from that which Is followed in the West. Their firms' ate comparatively stunll ns a title, and they cultivate them thoroughly, thereby obtnlnlng the best result. Then they ntc also economical nnd careful to utilize everything that they produce, whereas the Western fanners, generally speaking, waste almost as much as they save, becnus of their larger fauns nnd the loose methods that conic from trying to accomplish too much. A good deal of this waste is unavoida ble, ol course, since the great staple must be extensively raised in order to yield a satisfactory return; but it might be materially reduced by the adoption of a better system of farming. The average Western farmer Is at a disadvantage, futhermorc, by reason of his obstinate reliance upon a single crop. lie is wedded to com or wheat, as the Southern farmer is to cotton, and will not see how much better it would be for him to diversify his products, and increase his Income by adding to the sou tees from which it is derived. In time he will cer.iBo.-IJn- Oupton itr. ifnlMo Tenn. Dnktdom, Gave New Life Sick Headache nnd Nournlgln Cured by Hood's. " Hooil'i Bnprlll has doneraa a grett dMl of food. I hT been a lotterer from Ick hradioha and neuralgia nrarljr all mjr lit. Tha pains had become so luttntt that my hands would cramp lor hoars no that I could not use them, Tha doctor told mr haiband there wai little help for tne. Toe dldtrcnt medicine tried had rreatljr dltheartenrd me. Blnceuilnjjtwo bottle of Ilood'a Bareaparllla I have d relief, eo much eo that I feel Ilka a new real-lie- bu person. Onr littlo boy t WnnrFs bocn his with his throat but elnea taking Ilood'a Breapartlla,sorenees and hoareeneea have gone and he la better In health." Mas. Mi.Tr IB Dukedom, Tennessee. Get Ilood'a. Hood's Pills become U10 farorlte cathat-U- s Oui-roi- f, li,C troubled Baraa- - BlMMH ures parilla with e erjoiA who tries them. Mc. per box. ' Pitcher's Castorla. SI.OOOlii Hold Children Cry for nbacrlpllnv. j Eccentric Drenerj, n ' Members of parliament in Eng-lnn- d seem to sharo, in common with omnibus drivers, a partiality for a whlto high hat, an article of headgear otherwise almost oxtlnot. Tho appearance of tho first whlto hat in tho hpuse of commons is announced with as much gusto as the coming of tho swallow or the first performance by the cuckoo. Tho eccentricities of dress havo at times brought members of parliament distinction ns, for instance, tho first (nan who woro a straw hut iu tho house, nnd the first member who ventured to Simply apply "Swayne's Ointment." No internal medicine required. Cures tetter, eczema, itch, all eruptions on the face, nose, &c, leaving the skin clear, white and healthy. Its great healing and curative powers are possessed by no other remedy. Ask your druggist for Swaynk's Address, LnCrussc Specialty Co., Ointmbnt. 34 lyr. LaCrosseWis. Out oct. 1 Good Times "llotr Io Curo nil Nklll IXern.es." (lltru Auny in friar. Por the best pictures taken. On November 15th. 1895. we shall give away One Thousand Dollars In gold for the best pictures taken by the Camera. The prizes will be awarded hs follows: 5100 in gold will be given for; the best picture taken by this Camera: $100 for the second best; $50 for the third best; $15 for the fourth best; $15 for the filth best; $10 for the sixth best, and for the next 40 best $5 each will be given; for the next 80 best $2 50 each will be given, and for the next 200 best pictures taken by the Lacrosse Camera $ each will bo given, making in all jtt.ooo given away. We shall do this for two reasons, viz: The first to introduce the Lacrosse Camera for 1895; the second, '" to educate the amateuts in phonography. This contest closes on Novem- ' ber tst, 1895. This camera can be used byanyone nnd is sold under n positive written guarantee to do the work or money refunded. Sent by express with full Instructions nnd rules governing this contest upon receipt ol express money order lor $1 75. Remember, A Written Guarantee sse 1 ) . are Hero Again and tho enter St. Stephen's In brown'sboes, tho latter being Lord Randolph Churchill. Newspaper Advertising. DAiESS 0CTBBEI1 MO CO. FAIR Is to the front with an unusuallly attractive premium list. y Dem-ocart- It Is significant that 6ummcr hotel circulars nnd "booklets" aro not ns numerous as they were. ProprieWill Commenco tors and managers havo about reached the conclusion that they aro a wnste of money, that pcoplo do not believe them uny moro than they do "Allco in Wonderland," Tho Fair Grouuds at OWENSBORO, KY., aro" acknowledged to bb "Baron Munchausen's Tales," or "Gulliver's Travels," and that, after better arranged and aro the fiuet Fair Grounds in tho Stale all, advertising by means of the The Race Track is a model for a half niito track and has been kept press is most advantageous and in hotter condition this year than at any previous time. profitable, and, from every point of view, cheapost In tho end. Hotel SPEED KINGS. THE FAIR FOR 185 (HIHlEi HR. i ' Mall. Good heavy cotton jeans Fair Bros. & Co. nic No cnlranco fee, no deduction. Tho speed rings aro opeu without at charge to all comers. If your horso don't win it don't cost you nuything. Tho Bhow in tho Amphitheatre jwill bo up to tho usual staudard, which guarantees world beaters and brings fino nnd fancy stock Hero are n fow premiums: from overywhero. 8100 00 go 00 70 00 80 00 100 0080 0ft 100 0(V 80 00 QQ 00 100 00 , gp 00 , Saddle Stallion, Maro or Gelding Fino stallion , Registered saddlo 'stalliou, maro or gelding. Maro 4 years old and upwards. Harnossstallion, mare or gelding Stallion, general use ; Fair Bro. & Co. sell the G. A. R. Combined stallion, mare or gelding suit suits $8.00 buys the same Maro, general use , , others want $10 00 for. Double team , Are you all tired out, do you have Hnrncss gelding that tired feeling or sick headache? Saddlo gelding . You can be relieved of all these by Harness stallion ,....," taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, llarucss mare Misses Lee Allen, Wbltesvllle; Mnudle Hudson, Beaver Dam, accompanied by Miss Mercedes Gufly, gave us a pleasant call yesterday evening. Saddle stallion Saddlo mare Rooknway maro j)r gelding,,,, Model ring list. ,. -- I'lllillc HprnkliiK. Capt. C. A. Power, of Indiana, will speak at Fordsvllle on Friday, Sept. All are cordially 9U1 at 1:30 o'clock. Invited to hear one of the greatest orators of Indiana. He will also speak at Fordsvllle the next day. F. W. PiRTi.it, Ch'm'n O.C.P.P.Com. , - , . , ! - ', , , ,,,, j56 ,,,..... , , 80 00 ( 100 00 80 00 60 00 , . , . , co 00 ,,., 00- 1 Children Cry for Apply to tho Bccrotary nt Owensboro, Ky for entry blanks or premium 11 Pitcher's Castorla. An AalverlUemeiil III worllilMoon llii luirc, I lie pnprr la L D. Baor&llro. are lessees of nil privileges, J. W. CARTER, Secretary, .4 ' mypvjfi. 'tSE!!3f" ,Hfn"im"'' "nn ' fWmWH Wf 'I Awarded Highest Honors World' Fair. We are iu the lead CAiison & Co. SEASONABLE BARGAINS -- AT- ff A New goods this week nt Pair Bros. THE Closed INSTITUTE Jfrlftg &Co Pretty line BrM. & Go's. of new neckwear nt Pair Miss Itttn Tlio'iini from Owensboro. has returned Last Friday all Agree It and was an Inter- esting Ses- CREAM BAKING New line white and fancy shirts nt Fair Bios. & Co's. $1.25 Jeans pants for jtt.ooatPalr Bros.& Co. sion. Thursday and Friday's Proceedings. Thursday August 15, 1895, I ft. FAIR mmm MOST PERFECT MADE. pure Crap Oeam of TarUr Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum pr any other adulterant. BROS. w-- 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. Trade with Cnrson & Co. Mr. Henry Hardwlck is iu town. Dr. J. R.Pirtlc has been in this week. Cancy-vll- le Cate's jeans, yarn, llnsey found only nt Fair Bros. & Co's. New line ginghams, satins ntid prints nt Fair Bros. & Co's. Miss I.ula Walker, who has been stenographer for Taylor & Mcllenry J for two years, haa resigned her position, preparatory to opening school at Beaver Dam. Singing by choir, Mabelle I locker, organist. Dcvot(oual exercises con- & CO I -- THE- LEADERS. 18c Cottonado 10c Crash 15o 15c Do '. Jcana 12Jc Go lyd wide domestic Heavy quilt lining lls.it bed ticking Heaviest etraw ticking (5ooil 4c 15c 10c unlaundrod shirt ,. '..40c 00c 50c Beat Percal shirts Good " " .....; Balbriganing undershirts Heavy drill drawers 25o Ladies vest 10c Child vest 15c 20c 25c J. . . 15c 6c black seamless Lose for.. Heavy 25c Dm for 1.00 for 20c for 85c for 5c for 8c for 25 for Napkin Good joaua pants L..".adiea K corsets Corret it G Ladies Handkerchief Yard wldo bleach All wool cballioi 12Jofor 10c for 5c for oc for 12J for 10c doz for halt wool challiea Nice black lawns Good calico Men's heavy work shirt Solid navy bluo duck 0 spools Clark O. N. Tv .for 20c tide combs Shell Hairpins T r 5c per pair for 5c to 50c 20o 70c forBelt buckles for curtain poled per pair for Laco curtains 8 1 .25 Fine Dougola tip shoes Fair IJros. & Co' "Hustler shoes" $150 worth 82.00 82.50 and 82.00 slippers...... $1.50 81.25 from 82.50 81 .50 Misses tan slippers 15 Ladies hats left price to $5.00, your choice for - 12J, 15 and 18c wool dress 'goods for 10c 15, 18 and 20o White dotted gwisa for 12o 81,25 Whfte Chamois skin gloves for $1.00 12o ....for latest 25c stylo gents collars So for 10c tablets perfume box whitening good garter web for whito ties ..' 10c ' 5c "10c V Jbo lOo doz VISIT US Messrs Lee B. Stevens, Jas. P. Thomas and Miss Sarah Collins spent We take school orders. last Suuday with Miss Bee Brown, Caiison & Co. Centertown. They made the trip on Mr. Paul Joplin, lllzabethtown,has their bicycles. been in town this week. If you need a Suit of Clothes, new Mr. J. M. C. Perguson, Horton, Dress, set of Furniture, new Hat, Domestics, pair of Shoes, ba rrcl ol called to sec us Wednesday. Sugar or anything kept in a first-cla- ss Col. W. II. Moore.Sulphur Springs, store, come to Carson & Co. has been in town this wsek. Prof. Wm. Foster is conducting the Miss 13urk, Louisville, is visiGreen County Teachers' Institute ting Miss Hva Morton this week. this week. Prof. Foster is n fine edSuppose you sec our fall lints. ucator and the Superintendent was Cahson & Co, They are dandies. fortunate in securing his' service. Mrs. Virgie Stewart died nt her Messrs. D. A. Pierce and Richard1! home nenr Horse Branch Tuesday. Young have finished cutting a large Prof. C. M. Crowe is spending the lot of timber for C. B. Sullengcr, on week nt his old home in the country. the old Berryman farm. The logs will be rafted for the Evansville marPor II. M. T. buggies call on Field ket. & Ilolbrook. Prices tosuitthc times. Don't forget to hand in that subE. I,. Bullington is prepared to scription money this week. We art give you a quick, easy and close needing It worse than you ore. We shave. should be pleased to have you give us Read our campaign oiler of the a social call wit h a financial jingle to it. GlbbcDemocrnt and Tim Rr.runuc-Afor $1.75. Notice the "ad" ot the Daviess Miss I.ula Nofislnger, of firemen, County Fair Co. The Fair promises is visiting Mfss Rstella Stroud, of this year to be far ahead of any of former years. See their list of premCentertown. Mrs. A. J.. Casey, Owensboro, is iums. What's the matter with the visiting her father's family, Judge K. Ohio County Fair? D. Walker. Mrs. Caroline Chapman, a highly Mr. Jacob Biown's daugntcr, aged respected christian lady, who lived about thirteen years, died near Horse near Beda, died last Tuesday and was buried Wednesday in the Carson Branch Tuesday. graveyard. She leaves many friends & Ilolbrook are prepared to Field and relatives to mourn her loss. bail all yourhaj with the latest imJ. R. Lattimer was tried before Esq. proved machine. A. Sulphur Springs lost Buslnessln-stitut- e Hartford College and Saturday for petit larceny on a warwill open with n large attendrant sworn out by R. E. Childs, and ance next Monday. acquitted. The Commonwealth was Messrs. C V. Christian and Nor represented by Coudty Attorney E. mm Camp Horse Branch gave us a P. Neal and the defendant by Attorney C. M. Barnctt. pleasant call yesterday. Office Remember Tim RnrunucAN Pleasant Ridge High School will has the finest grade cards, teachers, open Sept. 2, 1895, under the efficient and give us your orders. management of Profs Lee B. Mills and Silas Griffin. A large number of Miss Mabel Hubbard, who has been spending the summer iu Chicago, re- students will be in attendance and everything points to a good school at turned home Wednesday. See their Pleasant Ridge this year. Mrs. John B. Foster and son, Ney, announcement in another column. spent last week with Rev. J. A. BenMrs. E. J. Hudson, Mrs.Mose Hudnett aud wile, near Beda. son, Miss Lucy King, Miss Grade Teachers, we have an excellent line Hudson, Mr. Jas. Hudson, Mr. and ofgrade cards, printed on the finest Mrs. J. M. Casebier and sons, Sam, paper. Write us for samples. Perry aud Purdie, Messrs. E. L. BullJudge C. W. Massie and wile, Ow- ington, Lee B. Stevens, CM. Barnett ensboro, were the guests of Mr. and aud Jo. B. Rogers attended the GasMrs. C. II. Hoover this week. per River Association at West Providence Wednesday. A large crowd Mrs. D. M.IIockernndtwo daughters, Mabel and Willa, have been vis- was present and an interesting session was held. ing iu Fordville this week. Prof. J. H. Conder, who had been Mr. B. A. F.vaus, representing Evengaged to teach in the Beaver Dam ans Bros., Merchant Tailors, OwensSeminary, happened to a very serious boro, was in torn this week, accident a few days ago, which disaMr, Oweu Williams amljas. bled him so he will not be able to fill arc visiting Mr. Theodore the place this winter. ' Prof. Tno. B. Mosely.Stephenport, this week. Taylor has been engaged to teach in An infant daughter of Mr. Cat his place. Prof. Taylor is a graduate Schroader died last Friday and was of Mitchell, Ind,, Normal College, buried Saturday near SulphurSprings. and is a young man of fine habits, au We buy Bacon and Hams, Clilck-en- s, educator of 'muchablllty and th&Trust-ee- s are to be congratulated on securFeathers, Gingseng and all kinds ing him. of good country produce. Carson & Co. Mrs. Sallle Peyton Crowe, who has you want good reading, almost been visiting friends in and near If Hartford for the past three weeks, frce.take TjiBRnrunMCAN and .See advertisement in this has left for Livermorc and vicinity where she will spend a few days then issue. returns to Uniontown and take up Mrs. D. H. Thomas and daughter. her work as one ot the teachers in the Miss M,azic, have returned from an High School at that place. We conextended visit to relatives in New gratulate Uniontown on their acquiJersey. sition to their school and society of Don't be behind the times, but get sucha lady,forshe isonein whom any two of the bj:st papers in the United people may feel proud, our only regret is that she can't remain with us. States ThB RuruntiCAN and N San-dcrfur Globe-DeinocrGlobe-Democr- ducted by Prof. 11. R. Ray. Lesson St. John 15 chapter. SonRcelnjHAges." Roll call, showing 100 Minutes of the preteachers present. vious day read, two corrections made nnd minutes adopted. Motion hour was next in order. A motion was made by D. II. Godsey and seconded by C. M. Crow to make Rev. W, G. Stewart an honorary member of this Institute, Motion carried and Bro. A Stewart responded to the compliment in a very touching manner. He has been a teacher in Ohio county for 36 years. A motion was made that a committee on resolutions be appointed. Motion carried and committee appointed later in the day. "Some Thoy Camo, Thoy Saw, Wo mlstnkes In teaching" was ably disConquorod. cussed aud this subject was continued by S. C. Stevens, Ira Petty, L. M. On last Saturday the following Sanderfur and J. D. Hocker. The named young men: A. Ranney, E. following committee on resolutions Blankenship, Bud Gentry, D. Davis, was then appointed: C. M. Crow, L. W. Shields, R. Gentry, F. Cooper, R. W. Godsey, Effie'Kahn and Mnimee Taylor and S. Reld came to Beaver Rcld. Recess. Dam calling themselves theCromweB During recess we had some splenThey crossed bats Base Ball Nine. othdid music by Maud Monroe and on the home grounds with the Beavers. Reading by Miss Rachel Saner Dam Club composed of J. Barrass, derfur who thinks to make it a sucE. Cates, J. M. Barrass, Cornelius, J. cess it must be made attractive. The Mauzy, E. Eauzy, F. Taylor, O.Will-tursubject was iurther discussed' by Sid- and Whlttinghill, and when the die Davidson, R. Foster and Instructgame was over the scraps left of the or Rhoads. Association work The Cromwell's gathered themselves toteachers of each magistraterial district gether and stole stealthily out of met and elected officers for the ensutown. ing, year. Noon. Their name is Mr. McGinty Mudd, The first on the programme was and they learned a thing or two about Grammar by J. B. Wilson. "He probase ball. ceeded iu his own happy way to disThe Cromwells made 7 scores, the cuss this important subject. He was Beaver Dams 29, with eight times at B. Taylor, Nettie Rogfollowed by J. the bat. ers and Prof. Boaz. "How to grade Jasper Maddox umpired. Our club by Prof. the common schools," challenges anyother club in the coun-t- y Rhoads. He thinks there is danger . of grading loo closely. Several Beaver Dam, August 19. ' teachers gave their expjrience in grading schools. Quite a number of COURT NOTES. questions asked in regard to grading and all satisfactorily answered. ReInteresting News Around cess. . tho Court House ""Applying for a school" was ably discussed by C. M. Crow. County Hon. R. A. Miller, Owensboro, atand district libraries, was next on tended Court this week. F. P. Stum being ab- - j programme. Mr. J. B. Vickers, Fordsville, was sent. Maggie ' Williams proceeded a visiting attorney this week. She thinks to discuss the subject Chas. Felix vs. J. A. St. Clair, &c. if there is a class of people who need judgmetit for defendandt on pett- boot 8 it is the teachers. The subject was next taken up and discussed by tion for $7 50. James Gray vs. Robert Reddish, Prof. E. R. Ray. Some one asked about the the programme for the &c by consent judgment for plainnight. Prof. Ray suggested that we tiff for $64 45. B. A. Casebier vs. II. P. Watts-dism- issed have a night "free for all," the obwithout prejudice; judgject of which is to' learn' to be more ment for defendant's cost. sociable. Adjourned till 8 p. m. W. N. Townsend vs. Calvin TayAt the night session we were highby instrumental and lor, &c, judgment for plaintiff for ly entertained vocal music by Misses Monroe, Aus sinount sued for less the $68.15 credit alleged by dcJendents. tin, Hocker and others. W. M. Southard vs. John Echols, The declamations by W. R. Carson nnd U. C. Barnett nnd the medley by &c judgment for ylaintiff lor 47. Prol. A. C. Burton were highly enjoy"-- 50 by consent. W. II. Coghill vs. Hernan Prejed. Adjourned till 8 n. ra. Friday. udgment for plaintiff for $1,000. FRIDAY, AUGUST l6, 1895. Jno. C. Westerfield. Jr., vs. M. H. Institute opened with song by Tharp judgment forplaintiff for $45. choir. Cllffie Gray, organist. DevoC. L. McDaniel, Ad'm'r vs. Pierce tional exercises were conducted by Bell judgment tor plaintiff for $20. Prof. A. C. Burton lesson, Prov. 24. 62, After song and roll call the minutes Powers & Renfrew vs. J. A. St. of the previous meeting read and apClair, &c, Grounds for attachment proved. Motion hour. Motion made sustained, ownership of attached by L. W. Godsey, seconded by J. C. property adjudged to defendants, Berry, that Mr. Shultz be requested Daniel & Wilson. to take the Institute to Fordsville J. B. McDaniel vs E. A. White-judg- ment next year. Motion carried. for plaintiff for the immeThe first on program was "Local diate possession of property in controTaxation for Common Schools," by versy. n R. P. Hocker. He thinks Local Com'th ot Kentucky vs. Sallie May should be encouraged. It is Hill J. K. Smith, committee for deright, it is necessary and it pays. fendant, removed. Dr. G, F. ChapA motion was made by C. II. Ellis man appointed as such committee. and seconded by R. C, Jornlgan, that J. N. Moxley vs. J. II. Roberts, et. extend Mr. Hocker a al., judgment for defendant. rising vote of thanks for his excellent Elizabeth Bell.Ex. vs. E.T.Willtalk and to the people of Beaver Dam iams, et. al., judgment for defend- - at remarks about certificates, npply-irfor schools, etc. The report of the district association was then made The following officers linvlng been elected: Hattford Vice President, Pro!. FordsRayj Scc'y, Bessie Maddox. ville Vice President, F. P. Stum; Scc'y, Nora Wilson. Rosluc Vice President, W. (). Stewart; Sec'y, Bcrs tha Felix. Cromwell Vice President, J. II. Lcachj Sec'y, Birch Shields. Rockport Vice President, Jno. II. Wood: Sec'y. M Reid. Vice President, C. M. Crowe; Scc'y, Maggie Richardson, nitcnss. Alter recess the committee on reso lutions reported. After singing "God be With you Till we Meet Again" Institute adZ. II. Siiutrz, Supt. journed. Laura Rkndbr, Scc'y. L. L. Stewart, Ass't Sec'y. e Bu-fo- BRECKINRIDGE NORMAL COLLEGE Will open llifl Fall Term Tuesday, September 3, 1805, nnd oontlniio 18 Classes Students mny enter at any time. weeks. Faculty to suit all. Courses Teachers' Uusinoss, Classical, Scientific, Telegraphy, Music. Terms reasonable Address, first-cla- ss. ' 3FL. HAKDIN8UUKG, KY. 3P. S03ECL.OI5LIJDE5rJ"T,, UIPU miiji President. , di rncftRT mnp uiufirci IIIUUl SPiectsctxx-fc BASE Lively BALL. will open Sept. 2, '95. Second term will open Nov. 11, '95. Third term will open Jan. 20, '90. Fourth term will open March 30, '96. $5.00 Tuition in ndvance, per term &i. 25 to $ 2.50 Good board per week irom A thorough and practical training iu Preparatory, Collegiate and Business Courses. Write tor catalogues and other Information. Fltst term Ridge, K.y. L LEE B. MILLS & SILAS GRIFFIN, Prins. CARSON-BEAN. Game At Beaver Dam Last Saturday. i:ii'c(lnn Notlrr. Statu op Kkntucky, ) Two of Hartford's Popular Young Pooplo to bo Married. Next Tuesday two of Hartford's most popular young people will be married at the Methodist Church in Hartford. Monday morning the many friends of Mr. J. Henry Carson and Miss Anna Bean were somewhat surprised to receive an invitation to their wedding for the above named date, although all agree that they, are admirably suited for each other. They have both been residents of Mr. Hartford about all their lives. Carson is the head ol the well known nnd popular firm of Carson & Co., and Miss Bean is the youngest daughter of Rev. G. J. Bean and is loved by everyone who knows her.and is a highly cultured, refined young lady. Immediately after the ceremony they will leave for an extended visit to New York, Niagara and other places .of interest, after which they will take up their residence in Hartford. IN Countv oi' 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 Westerfield who was elected to that Office at the ns rojWDttn . November election 1894 and said office being now filled by nppolntment until the next regular election held in and for said county it is now order-- , cd that a poll be opened at every voting place in Ohio county, Kentucky, at the regular election November 5U1, 189s for the election of a coroner to fill out the unexpired term of said G. C. Westerfield, 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 iu 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. A .j 1 i iMlls. - ' x Muoh Less Than Generally Supposed. Apart from tho dangcr-o- f explosions, says McClure's Magazine, which, by tho way, arc less frequent than is generally supposod, gunpow der mills arc exceedingly healthful places. Such a thing as a workman dying of consumption Is unheard of, tho explanation being that the con stant breathing into tho lungs of, The Deaih'lt4 Tax-atio- for'thelr kindness and hospitality. Motion carried. Prof. RJjoads read some statistics from the State penitentiary, only one of the prisoners had a first class education. Mr. James Rogers made some re marks on the subject of Local Taxa- ants. T. L. Withrow, et. al., vs. J. K. Cundlff, et. al., judgment for plaintiff ol $25.00. The following cases were continued: J. S. R. Wedding, Adm'r, vs. K. D. Walker. Robt. Reddish vs. Jas. Gray. J. L. Miller vs. Jno. B. Greer, &c, Willis Juell. vs. M. II. Thacp. Fidelity Trust & Safety Vault Co. vs. W. W. Austin. J. P. Stevens vs. Ohio County Court. Same vs. Fiscal Court Ohio County. Judge W. T. Owen was sick yester-da- y and Judge J. S. Glenn was elected as" special Judge. WE ARE CASH buyers and ASH sellers. Don't pay other people's debts by paying high prices for your goods. Visit HEADQ- The Green River Valley Association of Colored Baptists of Kentucky is in session at the Alpha Baptist Church,Hartford. Read the "adv" of the Louisville Dental Co., of Owensboro, and when in Owensboro and need some Dental work, give then a call. KU Raley, of the Mt. Pleasant" neighborhood, has sold his farm to Mr., Henry Taylor of near Ball Knob Church. Consideration $400.00, Cards are out announcing the marriage ot Mr.lHerbert Sanders, a former resident of this place, but now living in Indiana, to Miss Ara Patterson, of Mcllenry, which will take place August 29th. Mrs. Wesley Burden, living near Sulphur Springs, died at her home last Saturday, She was a good christian lady, and will be greatly missed in her community. She leaves a hus, Profs. C. M. Crowe and Elmo Williams will speak nt the Buford School-hous- e on Friday night the 30th. The school will be In charge of Miss Mal He Ferguson and will open under very flattering prospects ou Monday following. ts the patrons aud friends of education generally are earnestly requested to attend the speaking, Just large of received shipment u Horse Shoe" brand a of tion. Duties of trustees and parents were discussed by J. D. Hocker and Dr.W. Alexander. , RECESS.' "Raw Bone" for wheat. , Send in orders. Hockek& Co. Beaver Dam, Ky., During recess music was furnished by Miss Maimce Mltchetl and others. Some thoughts on principle was the subject of an excellent address by Prof. Rhoads. The secret committee then made its August 21, 1895. l'illat Speaking at Fordsville. Hon. E. T. of Owensboro, will address the citizens v, UARTERS, FAIR BROS. & CO. band and five children, '- - Hartford, Ky. report. Nrnklnir. NOON. Last Saturday the Populist adverFranJcs, Soug. The first was trustee hour. tised that Mr. Marslf would speak at the Court House, but he failed to ar- Some good remarks were make by rive, and Mr. Jno. J. Bracken did the Mr. James Rogers and others. Question asked if a lady was eligispeaking. There were only a few in Decided Mr. A. S. Worsley made ble to the office of trustee. attendance. viof .Fordsville before Mr. Bracken be- by law that a'ae Is not. a few remarks The following resolution was offergan. ed byMlssMaggle Williams and adoptatss Endless variety of ladles and gents ed by the Institute: behandkerchiefs at Fair Bros, & Co. Wiiurkas, The official statistics of Republicof Young men or young women aspir- the Warden of the Kentucky peuiteu-tiarreferred to lu the Institute ing to any vocation in life should ab lo is always remember that the bottom WOrK VIU3 luuimuj,, buuvt su wuuiu' rounds of the ladder of time are filled ively the effect of inteinperence on to overflowing, but there's always room at the top. That's where Dr. the crime ot the State, therefore be it for colic, cholera Bell's Anti-FlResoi.vbd, By the teachers assema and diarrhoea stands. It's sold at 35c bled that we will do all in our power and 50c on a guarantee by. Z. Wayne to discourage the of saHerd Wheal. Griffin & Bro. I have a, lot of No. 1 seed Whea I loons iu the county and the sale of Hybrid Mediterranean for sale. New line dark percal, for shirt intoxicating liquor in any form, appropri- J, Ham MiM,nu,Bcaver Dartr. -- Supt. Shultz made some waists, at Fair Bros, & Co, dust containing charcoal, sulphur and saltpetre is beneficial to them. Even horses employed In gunpowder mills are found to ba fatter and sleeker than their fellows from tho same stable woked elsewhere. As to tho death rato In powder mills, the popular ideas are much exagChildren Cry for gerated, tho averago freight yard being vastly more fatal than they. Statistics show that from tho begin ning of this century,- - when tho Du Chriiii IlnlpN nml apcclnl Train faille Drlinle nt Lcllclillrlil August 28th. Pont powder mills were established, To enable the voters ot Muhlenburg, up to the present year, there has been an averago of not qulto ono Ohio and Grayson Counties to attend death a year from accidents or ex- the public debate between the candidates for Governor at Leltchfield on plosions. As among tho employers, so August 28th, the C. O. & S. W. R. R. among tho men. Fear Is almost un- has made arrangements to run a specfellows shov- ial train leaving Central City at known, tho black-facen eling tho gunpowder about as It It o'clock a. m. Beaver Dam 11:59 - m. were coal and walking through it Horse Branch 12:35, Caneyvllle f:o4 knee deep, as they would through so perfectly reaching Leitchfield at 1:30 p, m. They are much flour. happy, these stolid Irishmen, who which will be in ample time for go on risking their lives year after the speaking which begins at 2 year for about tho samo wage3 as o'clock. arc paid for less dangerous employThis special train will leave Leitch-fiel- d ments; that is, forty or fifty dollars returning at 6 o'clock p. m. afta month. And yet thoy aro exceed- er the debate. ingly superstitious, it being not unTickets will be sold at very cheap common for a man to throw up his follows: Prom Central City job because he has had a warning or rates as wife had dreamed of a whito $1 25, from Beaver Dam $1.00, from his horse. Thero are various dreams Horse Branch 75c, from Caneyvllle understood by powder men to fore- 35C tell an accident or an explosion, aud Intermediate points proportionate. It Is very difficult often Impossible As this is the only opportunity to get a man who has had ono ot wulch the citizens of the above menthese to go near tho works. tioned counties will have to hear the questions that is so brilliantly and SHREWD DRUGGIST. ably discussed, it is expected that a Why It Takes So Long to Male Up a large crowd will be sn attendance, T. B. Lynch, G. P. A. Prescription. A druggist, who has been In the Uootl llarber. business long enough to know, and One oi the best barbers in this end who has managed to collect qulto a snug little fortune, says, according of the State is located in Hartford to the Louisvillo Commercial, that and his name is K. L. Bullington.' the average human Is mado to bo His shop is located just above the Commercial Hotel, and he always humbugged. " 'Most peoplo by appearance," said keeps everything In the very best of ho, "and these nro the peoplo who shape around hts shop, clean, new tnako tho druggists rich. Nearly towels, nothing old or shoddy afcou every man who eoirtas In here with a him. prescription ! dit'mfUd,it ft'! given him In a short time. If It only takes a few minutes to The World's Fa ft Tests g make it up ho thinks he Is not showed no baking powder the worth of his monoy. I so pure or so great In ay never mako tho mlatako of giving a enlng power as tho Royal. man his medicine too soon. When a man comes in hero with a bottlo Job to bo filled with cough syrup or salt The business public is requested and water prescription my assistant takes tho bottlo and looks at it to call at the office of TiieRepuducan Then ho and see samples of its work in the job doubtfully for awhllo. brings it to me, 'and wo'put our printing line. We are prepared to heads together over It and consult, execute all orders for job work on as If It would tnko a long tlmo to put short notice and at reasonable prices. It up. After awhile my assistant Our material is new and of the latest goes back to tho man and asks if ho designs and our workmen the very wants tho prescription' that day. best. Our work will be up to date in When he says that ho does wo tell every particular. You ordera are sohim that we will make a special NOTICE. i, Pursuant to aboxc order I will cause to be opened on the 5th day of November 1895, a poll for the election of a coroner as aforesaid in each of the voting preOhio in cincts county. Ky. C. P. Keown, S.O.C. rubiici svaoiwuoi d &- ,1 got-tin- licited. y, cinity Saturday night, Aug. 31,in half tho an ans. He speaker and should have large audionco and ux ' "When that man gols his medl-cin- e after a long wait ho feels that Sre-Steam ho has gotten something that will Owensboro, Ky. do him soma good. His faith In hla doctor Increases, and ho believes Does finest work of any laundry in also that the druggist knows his the West. No injurious ingrebusiness, and he is not far wrong in Work all guarandients used. this latter belief either. Ha, ha!" Patteed to give satisfaction. rons' llueu insured against fire On account of Hardin County Palr while in the laundry. o at Kllrabethtown, Ky.,Septe"mber sent on Tuesday and 12th 1895, tickets will .be on sale Laundry returned ou, Saturday Sept. 10, it, 12 and 13th at one fare forthe round trip good till Sept. t.th. ofoach weok- - laundry, to-t- Ww. Pair has returned from the market where he picked, up some genuine bargains for Pair Bros". & Co, VxroM. Stxlctly Casta.. WamhTrIm. Patb, Agt Hartford, Ky. , Hartford Republican Friday, Auoubt, A RAZOIi-BACK 33, 1895. lit " u i 4 f '. a gold gloves, lace handkerchiefs, watch mid lota ol other things, I Expoctod to Uovolutlonlzo tho couldn't git 'cm and she called me names. I tried to reason with her Ooonn Oarrylntr Trade). and she salted into inc. Yes, she's sob-biLone and Narrow and Unlit on the r.lac up there in room 82 kidkln' and Car Idea To Crou th Atlantlo and poundin on the wall and of tho Pr- In TbrM-1'lft- h licvin' hystcrrlcks, and I'm down , onl Tim. here fceiin' that I'm the biggest fool Lying at a private wharf In Alex- in the State of New Ybrk. Did you andria, Va., la a Tory rcmarkablo ever marry a wldder?" "Never." ship, soya Harper's Weekly. Sho Is tho first of a now typo of vessel "Then you don't know how they to rcvolutionlzo tho ocean orterbe handled?" carrying trado. If tho hopes of Mr. "No." Fryer, tho designer and builder of "Waal, I don't either. I recon I passengers the ship, aro realized, kin find out bycxpcrimentin'nround. throo-filth- s will cross tho Atlantlo in of tho tlrao now occupied by tho I'll go back to the hotel and pat her on the chin and pinch her ears. If ''ocean greyhounds" of commerce. Mr. Fryer has sought to apply tho that don't do, I'll threaten to leave palace-ca- r Idea to ocean travel. Ho her here and walk home. If she pashas built a ship whloh, while 222 feet ses me back on that I'll hunt around long. Is only 10 feet beam. Its and find a bar's of hard elder and git equilibrium Is to bo maintained by drunk and stay drunk a week and tho heavy keel and by tho 80,000 then run away to Iowa and let her pounds of machinery below tho flicker and be hanged to her." water lino. Tho narrow prow of such a vessel will cut tho water llko a knife. Rcslstanco will bo reduced ton minimum. Tho heavy compact machinery will furnish amplo power When Baby iraj lick, fare her Castor!. Castorla, lor tho slnglo scrow, and tho little When the was a ChIM, she cried for Castorla. razor back vessel will clcavo through When the became Miss, ahe clung to the water at a rate of speed which When ahe had ChlUren, she gar them Castorla, will seem lncredlblo at first. All this, of course, If Mr. Fryer's hopes aro realized. Tbo vessel is to havo Attention, 4. A. It, a practical test In tho lower Potomao To the members of Preston Morton river in a short time. Then tho Howard Cassard, as tho now ship is TostNo. 4,G. A. R.: It was resolved thai we go in a body to Louisville, called, will bo taken to Now York. and those that were not present to Tho ship now approachiug completion at Alexandria is built to four-tent- come and report to Louis Gunther Q. tho scalo of the M. and get lull instructions as reship. Tbo transatlantic liner of gards the quarters. You can go to this model will be 555 feet long, and Louisville mid return forone cent per sho will bo 40 feet beam. Measure mile. Ticktts good for 15 dajs. 40 feot on a level plcco of ground and you will got some idea how nar- Members will go with regular unirow the ship will be. And from a form It will only be once c in lite-tiSo come one and all. There greatest breadth of 40 feet sho will will be one regular meeting before we itapcr to almost nothing. Of course, with such a vessel tho start, on the 7th- - day of September. carrying of freight would bo out of Be sure to come. We will go in a body on Monday, jtho question. There is a main deck, a cabin deck and tho hold. And tho September the 10th. Jos L. Carson, Com'd'r. hold Is qulto filled with machinery.' JNO. C. CHAMBERLAIN, Adjt. Tho upper deck is'only apromenado, and tbo cabin deck is so narrow that ,there Is not space between tho walls HIS LIP GONE. of tho ship for oven so luxurious a cabin as somo private yachts conI n : full-size- d SHIP. understand that she was well fixed nn'wotlldn't want n dollar for a hull y'ar. We had no sootier got down here than she wanted silk stockings, new corsets, n f 10 hat, long-handle- d iCAVtAlu.inMJr.rviAHKSi TAN I OIITAIN A PATENT For a prompt answar ami an linnopt opinion, writ. Iq Corarhunica- busirtf A llnnribonKot confidential oonorrnlna I'ntrntn and how to tbem sent freo Ao a catalogue or rnecban-cand scientific books wnt fre Aiunn n up. rcccivo 'stents taten special not Iclntbflinmnin rr'irnlino Anirrirnn.with ami tons ara orouem wiae v ntfnrotbo Ditbti.naprr. ont cost to tha Inventor. 1 hie sole ndid j taiiued weeklr. elcaentlr illustrated has by rat I ho largest otmilatKm of anr sctentlflo work In tha world, VI a rear. Famtrie copies sent frw Handing Ulltlon, hionthlr. MSO rear Hlnel cnplfs.'J.l cents. Kverrnumnrr contains been-tlfDlatM. In colors, ami Photovrspha or new fionsea. with plsns, onablln a build Addreas latent dealana and secure contrseta COPYRIGHTS. Rub a nun TllttBB au. MAItUATTHBTUB. MVSN !., spiienclnth0 whoTiar.bsitnearlrnhrjmirs1 rtnt for Infants and Children. u,.t MOTHERS, most remedies Soothing Syrups, and Cordial, ruauy for children are composed of opium or morphine! I Do You Know mic. aiunn a iaj., aaw xuhk, jus ubuijwat. All uoinq claIrette 3oat Ho Yon Know that opium and morphine are stupefying mi trot pettH Ho Vols ICllow thst In most countries druggists are not permitted Is sell narcotics without labeling them poisons 1 should nol permit any medicine to be given your child tiniest you or your physician know of what It Is composed i Castorla Is a purely vegetable preparation, and that a Hit of Its Ingredient la published with every bottle t T Yon Know that Castorla Is the prescription of the famous Dr. Samuel Dither. That It has been In use for nearly thirty years, and that more Castorla la now sold than of aU other remcMles for children combined r To Von Know thst you Don't delay but keep yourself posted in state and county affairs by subscribing millidn3 d0thb3amb, Sold everywhere. Mode only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, HT. LOUIS. llo Von Know that ior Republican Tho Ilartford Ho Von Know that the Talent Office Department of the United Stales, and of other countries, hate Issued eicluslre right to Dr. Hither and his assigns to use the' word " Cnatorllt " and Its formula, and thst to Imitate them Is a state ptbou offense! Voir Know that one of the reasons for granting this government protection was because Castorla bad been proven to be nliHolutcly linrmlcfta ? Io Louisville Commercial both papers one year lor only $1.25 in advance. MOSTINCUANTITV, OESTIN QUAl ITVj and Br2saaTaaa.TaaKaCanVlBEKnSSan99 iwwirxuutui'Wiauukuiwwi'eV; be kept weU, and that you may have unbroken rest Ho Von Know that 33 Ilvcrngc doses of Castorla are furnished for jj cents, or one cent a dose? Io Von Know that when possessed of this perfect preparation, your children may Well, tlicwc tlilniTB are worth knowing. They are fids. Mil WHITE'S CREa&l (i FOR YEARS ' Wmmmm The Hlgnntnro of vsf rnncr. " wvry Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. aHBaZX23S.X2 Kr3SS3eHH3BKSZ22S! i' Hao lort nil WORM Romodloo. EVERY V RmmjCiZi 20 BOTTLE GUARANTEED. U loi.i) itv LirrtiRinoji shippers of both green and dried applea In the stato and get the highest market prices. AU we aslc Is a trial shipment to urore these facta. Stenclln tent free on application. Write ns for further Information nnd ahlp yonr irooda to headquarters. We handle any ining mine grain or produce line atriciiy on commission. HERNDON-CARTER GREEN APPLES! DRIED APPLES.'; are the largest exnnrfernnf irtill and hrmtf We rirle.1 In Ilia wnrM. IIia m. ' .GNnV! as.icita ro., ar. ai.t. imuaotaTa. r ion. a mmm r j CO., .ncoaroaaTto. Louisville, Ky. 'aaWBraMP TUERHFORU "Bread is the Staff of Life," ,,avo .t aooo. DENTIST. Is prepared to do all kir.de o DentAl work at roasonablu prices. Office over J. W. Ford & Co's Feed Store , Ballard's Obelisk SSS The Purest, Strongest and Best. ONLY 25c PER POUND CAN. sented by Repre- CARSQ2T &CO. k i ti tain. Such a thing as a general cabin would be out of the question. This narrow space has been utilized ,ln part by tho construction of single Staterooms on each side, a narrow aisle running down the middle of 'tho ship. The remaining space is .to be divided up like a sleeping car, Adjustable berths, upper and lower, jwlll bo concealed during the day, and each "section" will bo supplied with handsomely upholstered seats. In these sections meals will be served from a galley In the hold, on small tables, just as they aro served in a buffet car. There will bo a toilet room for men at one end of tho ship, and a toilet room for women nt the other. When night comes the seats in the sections will ;bo transformed into beds, the upper berths will bo let down if they are needed, and each section will bo screened from the alslo by portieres. In running to tropical countries tho now vessels will carry a certain quantity of fine fruit, and two of the cotlon spaces will bo given up to refrigerators. EXPERT SWIMMERS. How Arab Boys Shoot the Rapids of the Nile. j Arab boys aro expert swimmers, and, like boys In general, are fond of dlsDlavInc their skill before strangers If only they aro rewarded by some small coin. Mr. Eden, says the Family Magazine, tells how they shoot tho rapids of tho Nile. Seating themselves astride of a log of wood about six feot long and I THE DIREFUL EFFECTS OF CANCER. A Desperate Battle with thia Terrible Disease, Lasting Thirty Yean. A Our found at Last. Tfcirtlinotamort fualllu agar on ta than tht man nhoM picture Ishsr hows. Erirjbodj knows him by sight andltwlllks remembered that jests ago Read The Republican and Commer-cial,kee- p posted.Only $1.25 per year. . Bl MIL 1. 1 iiat iiiiii, AND th strati of Atlan- Af4G he began to weir on his upper Up, jut under his nose, 1 smalt piece of r, fc buoyant enough to support them waist high out of tho water, they rldo it with tho seat and gesture of a jockey, and with both hands and feet keep it straight with the line of the current. Tho fall Is shot with an easo and graco that does away with the senso of danger one would expect to fed at seeing a man hurried along amid such a boil and turmoil of water, but onco at tho bottom, they havo a bard struggle to Inlluco their horses to turn out of the course. To do this, they avail themselves of tho impetus acquired by tho log in Its shoot and, throwing themselves full length upon it, they seem, with a sudden stroko from tho left leg and arm, to drlvo it and themselves out of tho current. ' To fall In this would bo dangerous oven to Arab smlmmers. Immediately below llo the ugly rocks on which tbo heavy stream breaks with fearful violence ' not larger than a etlrtr half dime 1 this plaster he has worn con stant, though It gradnsllj Increased In lite, as tnrjicij knows, until It wai as large as a surer dollar. This man Is M. M. Nicholson, who reside at the corner of Anderson and Curran St. It wss tnlrtjr jtart ago, that he flst noticed a tiny scale, Ilk a piece of wheat bran, on his lip. II at Irst tKosght It oil a ferer blister, bat it wu dm long before his cheeks became diseased and painful to the touch, and he soon realised that he had fallen a Tictlm to that most dread. fol and relentless disease cancer. II rspldl Increased 1 site and seTsrltr, and remember. Ing that his father had cancer when be died, and that bis uael also lost his lira by this terrible disease which dlstroyed his tongue, throat and left eye, Mr. Nicholson became thoroughly alarmed, and realised that hie condition was more than aerjons. airing up entirely his business, he went to Cincinnati and remained for sereral months under treatment of a celebrated specialist. II was afterwards treated In Elmlra, New Totk, when the cancer was twice remored, but he declares that death wu preferabl to such treatment. Tht disease seemed to bo of a most Tim-letype, and the doctors afforded absolutely no relief, the cancer spreading all the time, eating out entirely the partition In his nose, as well at hit upptrllp and gums. "Some months ago," he tayt, "I began to use 8. 8. R., though I admit with little faith that It could core me, but to my surprise, a few bottles afforded some relief. Thus enceursged, I determined to glr the medicine a thorongh trial, and It was not long before the progress of the disease teemed checked I continued the medicine, and remarkable a It may teem, I am cured and feel like I bare a new life. I can talk more distinctly, for the fleeh has begun to grow back around my teeth, where It has been literally eaten awsy. " B. 8. 8. Is the most wonderful remedy In the world, and as my condition it pretty generally known, eretybody will agree that the cure Is Indeed a most remarkable one. S. 8. 8. has glren me a new hold on life, and 1 shall certainly sing Its praises the remainder ol my daye." Atlanta Comtltulton. ttk sis f 3,0 thesJOW of election Until after $1.75 ii-cDiriif. lit AS mm 1896 for only Wall- LAllGR VARIETy, Paper. LATEST STYLUS, 1'hicks. Besttptal .without gold 6c to 8c per R'll . . 8c to ioc per Roll Cold Taper Finest embossed l'npcri 5c to 30 perR'll 15 O.W.6m K. R. BASSKTT. 642 Foutth Avc.Louisvile.Ky. 6 cts in stamps for samples. 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It is also a fact that thoso who make the largest profits from comparit-ivcl- y small investments ononis plan nro persons who live away from Chicago and Invests through brokers whb thoroughly understand tyslcmntlc trading. Our plan does not ihk tho whole amount iuvostcd on any trade, but covers both sides, eo that whether lliq market rises or falls it ' brings a steady profit that piloo up enormnufly in u short inc. WJU'lE FOH CON VINCIKO PROOFS; nlso our Manual on successful speculation and our Daily Market Report, full of pointers ALL FREE. Our Manual explains nmrgin trading fully. .Highest rei crencesin regard to our standing antt success. For further information address , 62. G mo THOMAS & CO., Bankers and Brokers, 1 monoy-makin- 9 O . 00 FOR EACH DOLLAR Invoatod can bo mado by Systematic Plan "of Specnlatlon our 4 241-24- 2 Rialto Building, Chicago, Hi. I&ft. W' NOTICE. I want ererr man and woman In the United Blates Interested In the Opium and Whlsky aablts to har on of my books on these dls vases. Address II. 11. Woolley, Atlanta, Ua. Uox S8J, and one will be sent joa free p in 9 39 u m p ra 9 47 a ra Pierce 855 p 1119 56 am Sample . . . . 9 00 pin 10 00 n 111 Stephenspott . 9 09 p 111 lo 09 a m Addison . . . 9 14 P ra 10 14 n 111 p 111 10 20 a 111 Holt 9 Cloverport . . 9 38 p 111 10 33 a ra Shops . . . . 9 31 p in 10 37 n in Skillman . . . 9 43 P n lo 50 a 111 Aug. 30. Commercial Louisville Weekly HawesvlUe . . 9 54 P m n 02 a in Covington, Saturday night, Aug Petrie. . . . 1002 p ra 11 09 a in Home aud Farm 31. Palcon . . , .1007pm n'15 a 111 .1 . . . Weekly Courier-JournI.7S Cayce . . . . 10 12 p m 11 19 a 111 Cynthiana, Monday, Sept. a. Cosmopolitan Magazine . . 3.25 ONK CIVR3 RRUnP. Lewlspbrt . . 10 18 p in 11 25 a ui Nicholasville, Tuesday, Sept. 3. Commercial Appeal 1.30 Waitman . . 10 25 p m n 33 a ni Winchester, Wednesday, Sept. 4 Address all orders to 10 35 p in 11 43 a 111 Powers Filday, Sept. 6, Imlou, To our frlciuU. 1048 pm 1156 am rates. . TjIK RKPUDMCArV Morganfield, Monday, Sept. 9. We hope that all who are interested Owensboto . , 10 59 p 111 12 06 p m Hartford, Ky, - Mattingly . . 1 1 in helping us to push ths circulation 09 p 111 12 18 p m Griffith 14 P m ia 23 p in When your child is eating an i of Tub Rki'I'ulican up to what it 11 18 p 111 12 27 p m Stanley pie or a piece of bread put one ol ir should be, will do what they can in 12 35 p m Worthlngton . 11 .Tol P Hell's Tiny Tonic Tablets in It an.i f the way of securing subscribers. Rcada . . . . rt 32 p ni 42 p ra Call attention to the amount of there is any constipation there it .u: Spottsville . . 11 45 p ra 12 53 p ra pass off just as easy. All dealest) home news we publish every we elc, Basketts . . . II 53 P ni 12 59 p ra them at 2.5c a vial. Z. Wnjne G11IT111 and write us short and spicy news Ar. Henderson items from your neighborhood, & Iiro, is 10 n ra 1 15 p m pa-jv- m Good Reading Free. Pcsides giving our patrons one of the best papers in the State, we have made arrangements by which we will send either one of the following ngether with Tim RKrunucAN f' the price named. Remember when j ' pay up for Tim Rrpuuucan and '. j ear ill advance you are entitled to one of these papers at the price nvued; Ntw York Weekly Tribnue . $i.5 1 11 l'llral l'llcal llclllns rilm. Symptoms Moisture; intense itching and stinglngiinost nt night, worse by scratching. If allowed to continue tumors form, which often bleed and ulcerate, becomingverysore. Swanu's Ointmbnt stops theitching nnd bleeding, heals ulceration, nnd in mosj cases removes the tumors. At drugDr. gists, or by mail, for 50 cents. Swayne& Son, Philadelphia. e- No. 53. No, 51. Lv. U. I.ouisville 6 30 p m 7 30 a m 6 45 p m 7 45 a m Ky. Street West Point . . 7 as p m 8 35 a in . 7 30 p m 8 38 a 111 Howard Willowdale . . . 7 39 p ra 8 37 a m Rock Haven . . 7 47 p in 8 45 n m Long Branch . . 7 55 PJn 8 53 a 111 Brandenburg . . 8 04 p m 9 03 n 111 . 8 13 p in 9 11 u ra Ekron . . . 8 31 p in 9 19 a in Guston . . i.ci.HVlM.r:.HT. i.ouin cVTKX.11.it WRST BOUND daily daily. ... ... Irvington Lodlburg Webster . . . . 8 38 . . . 8 45 .. ... 83opni93oara n i.5 i.5 R P A N S .work neatly cheaply executand ed at this office. ... .. ... ... n " HAST BOUND dialy daily No. 53. No. 54- Henderson . . 7 20 a m a 55 p tu Basketts . . . , 7 34 a m 3 10 p in Spottsvllle . . . 7 4a a m 3 16 p ra . . . 8 50 a m 3 23 P ni Reads ; Worthlngton . . 7 5f '" 3 30 p ra Stanley . . . . 8 06 a m 3 37 p ra Griffith . , . . 8 09 a ra 3 4ip ra Mnttingly . . . 8 17 a 111 3 47 P Hi 8 30 a 111 4 00 p in Ovvenshoro 8 40 a in 4 08 p 111 Pates . . 8 55 a 111 4 30 p ra Towers . Wnitman . . 905 a 111 4 29 p m Lcwlspoit 9 13 n in 4 36 p ra Cavcc 9 19 a ra 4 43 p ni . . g 33 n 111 4 45 P m Pnlcpn. . . Petrie . . . . . 9 39 a ra 4 51 P ra Hawesvlllo , . . 9 37 n m 4 59 P ra SklUman . . . . 9 48 a ra 5 09 p in Shops 10 00 a m 5 31 p ra Cloverport . . , 10 05 a 111 524 p ra 10 20 a itf 5 36 p m Holt Addison . . 10 33 a in 540 p ra Stephensport . . 10 28 a in 5 45 p ra Sample . . . . 10 37 a m 5 52 p m Pierce. . . . 1041 n m 5 57 P ra Lsdiburg . . . io 49 " ofi p m Webster . . , . 10 57 a m 6 14 p m Irvington . . . 11 05 n ra 6 22 p in Guston . . , . u 14 a ra 640 p w . . 11 22 a ra 6 48 p in Kkron . . Brandenburg . 11 31 a 111 5 58 put LnJJ Branch . 11 39 a " 7 7 P m Rck Haven . 1 1 47 a in 7 14 p m Wl'lowdale . . 11 53 a in 7 21 p ra Howard 12 02 p w 7 30 p nt West Point . . 05 p in 7 35 P ra Ky. Street t . 12 45 p in 8 15 p ra 1 00 p ra 8 30 p ra Ar. U. Louisville U. Q, MORDUK, G. P. A., r, -- ... ..... .. ... u Jnlsville, Ky. r ,.,.WtK-i- J "-- - - Wu ffa. WfSw W(p Hartford Republican Friday, Atrawr, A RAZOR-BACK 23, 1895. SHIP. tho Bxpectod to Rovolutlonlzo I Oooon Carrying Trado. ' I XiOB( Car and Narrow and llollt on th ralace Idea To Cross th Atlantic In Threc-Firtof th rrea-- . . cnl Tim. ii Lying at a prlvato wharf In Alexandria, Va., Is a very remarkable ship, says Harper's Weekly. Sbols tho first of a now typo of vessel Intended to revolutionize tho ocean carrying trado. If tho hopes of Mr. Fryer, tho designer and builder of tho ship, aro realized, passengers will cross tho Atlantlo in three-fifth- s of tho tlmo now occupied by tho ''ocean greyhounds" of commerce-M- r. Fryer has sought to apply tho palace-ca- r idea to ocean travel, llo has built a ship whioh, wbllo222 fcot long, is only 10 feet beam. Its equilibrium Is to bo maintained by tho heavy keel and by tho 80,000 pounds of machinery below tho water lino. Tho narrow prow of 'such a vessel will cut tho water llko a knife. Resistance will bo reduced to a minimum. Tho heavy compact machinery will furnish amplo power for tho slnglo scrow, and tho little razor back vessel will clcavo through the water at a rate of speed which will seem incrodlblo at first. All this, of course, If Mr. Fryer's hopes aro realized. Tho vessel is to havo a practical test In tho lower Potomao river In a short time. Then tho Howard Cassard, as tho now ship is called, will bo taken to Now York. Tho ship now approaching completion at Alexandria is built to four-tenttho scalo of tho ship. Tho transatlantic liner of this model will be 555 fcot long, and sbo will bo 40 feet beam. Measure 40 fcot on a level picco of ground and you will got some Idea how narrow the ship will be. And from a greatest breadth of 40 feot she will itapcr to almost nothing. Of course, with such a vessel tho carrying of freight would bo out ot .tho question. There Is a main deck a cabin deck and tho hold. And the " hold is qulto filled with machinery.1 Tho upper deck is only a promenade, and tho cabin deck is so narrow that ,there Is not space between tho walls of tho ship for oven so luxurious a cabin as some prlvato yachts contain. Such a thing as a general cabin would be out of the question. This narrow space has been utilized ,ln part by tho construction of slnglo staterooms on each side, a narrow aisle ruunlng down the middle ot 'tho ship. The remaining space is ito bo divided up like a sleeping car, Adjustable berths, upper and lower, .iwlll bo concealed during tho day, and each "section" will bo supplied with handsomely upholstered seats. In these sections meals will be served from a galley In the hold, on small tables, just as they aro served in a buffet car. There will bo a .toilet room for men at ono end of tho ship, and a tollot room for women at tho other. When night comes the seats in tho sections will bo transformed into beds, the upper berths will bo let down if they are needed, and each section will bo screened from tho alslo by portieres. In running to tropical countries the now vessels will carry a certain quantity of flno fruit, and two of the eotlon spaces will be given up to refrigerators. hs full-size- d understand that she was well fixed Au'wouldn't want a dollar for a hull y'nr. We had no sooner got down here than she wanted silk stockings, new corsets, a $to hat, n gold gloves, bee handkerchiefs, watch and lots ol other things. couldn't git 'em nnd she called me names. I tried to reason with her and she sailed into me. Yes, she's up there In room 82 kidkin' nnd sob-biand potindln' on the wait nnd hcvln' hystcrrlcks, nnd I'm down here fcelin' that I'm the biggest fool In the State of New York. Did you ever marry n wldder?" "Never." "Then you don't know how they ortcrbc handled?" "No." "Waal, I don't either. I recon I kin find out bycxperimentin' around. I'll go back to the hotel and pat her on the chin and pinch her ears. If that don't do, I'll threaten to leave her here and walk home. If she sas-sc- s me back on that I'll hunt around and find a bar's of hard elder and git drunk and stay drunk a week and then run away to Iowa nnd let her flicker and be hanged to her." long-handle- d X TtfiftlrmtsM.T "1 m Rub 59 a dud nun, MAIDJATTMBTUB, aaanSE? W tflaWH RW daW W M R7 - H4 for Infants and Children. MOTHERS, most remedies Do You Know ut ! Soothing; Syrups, nud Cordial, many CAN I OIITAIN A I'ATKNTr Fne a Krmppt nnnwer ami an bonwt opinion, writ to fc CO., who hut e bud ncwlr flhjr rears1 vipAriencalnlhe patent builnfM. ComniDnlcfu timsiitrlctlrcrmndentliit. A llnnilhonkof ln formation eonemnntf rntrnlo and bow to otx Alto a catatogua of mecban lain them tent fr leal and tdentlflo booki pent frM. On, rccelrq rattnti taken through Alunn peeial notiMlntba Helen!, no Atnrrlrnn an4 thus ara broueht wldcif before tho pitbtiewlth out tvwl to tho inventor, Thli tDlendid iwpfr, issued weeklr, elraantty illustrated, ha bT fait ho larpMt circulation or any adcntiflo work In tuo , world, a year. PflmHc roplca f ent f tea llalld.nalMHlon.montblr. tixoayear. ftntla copies, '.iff cents, lCTerytiumber contains beau platea. In color, and Photograph! of new tlful houses, with plans, enabling builders (o show tho jatet oeslans and secure contract Address MUNN & CO Mw YOU a, UUf XlHOAUWAT. TURBO : for children are composed of opium or morphine? all u3ihq clalrette Sold everywhere. sdatv Ho Von Ittlow that opium and morphine are stupefying narcotic potseusf lo Voit ICnow that In most countries druggists are not permitted to sell narcotics without labellngthem poisons? should not permit any medicine to be given your child unless you or your physician know of what it Is composed t no Voti it now thai you Ho Von ICsioxv that Castorla Is n purely vegetable preparation, and that a Hit of Its Ingredients Is published with every bottle? Voti lEllnvy that Castorla Is the prescription of the famous Br. Samuel riteher. That It hat been in use for neatly thirty Jean, and that more Castorla Is lion sold than of all other remedies for children combined ? Io no Voti Know thst the Tatent Office Department of the United Stales, and of other countries, have issued exclusive right to Dr. riteher and his assigns to use the word " Cnstorlis " and Its formula, and tint to Imitate them is a state prison offense? that one of the reasons for granting this government protection Von was becsuse Castorla had been proven to be no Itiiow ituolutcIy Itnritilcssr doses of Castorla Don't delay but keep yourself posted in state and county affairs by subscribing for Tho Hartford Republican a n d Louisville Commercial both papers one year for only $1,25 in advance. IS i MOST IN QUANTITY. i Millions dothcoambs Made only by I THE N. K. FAIRDANK COMPANY, ST. LOUIS. iJjMwxx'W'JW'.i?i'in'iJirA-UJiut'i- i vwitZ When When When When Baby was sick, we gare her Castorla. she a Child, the cried for Castorla. she became Miss, aha clung to Castorla, the bad Children, the care them Castorla, cents, or one cent a dose Ho Von Know that 33 ? nvcrngo are furnished for 33 DEBT IN QUAl ITV. u Do Von Know that when possessed of this perfect preparation, your children may be kept well, and that you may have unbroken rest ? Well, tlicsc HitiitrH are worth knowing. They are facts. Altcnllnii, U. A. II, To the members of Preston Morton Post No. 4, G. A. R.: It was resolved that we go in a body to Louisville, and those that were not present to come and report to Louis Gunther Q. M. and get lull instructions as regards the quarters. You can go to Louisville and return for one cent per mile. Tickets good for 15 days. Members will go with regular uniform It will only be once c in lite time. So come one and all. There will be one regular (netting before we start, on the 7th- - day of September. Be sure to come. We will go in a body on Monday, September the 10th. Jos L. Carson, Com'd'r. JKO. C. CHAMBERLAIN, Adjt. The fnoBlltlllc Higiintiirc ot cmu CO., incorporat-d- ' la 011 every; ! 2 (s ' wrnticr i vermifuge! EVERY w. WHITE'S CREAKl I Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. agiusf ZJU.A w shvj Lim? maw. j v FOR SO YEARS ll.al.J.lltlADPJI nuinuuiuus riiiu tun in i iruniii n.iu.JI. DOTTLE . lOLnnr Ai.r.invaaiBTa. rr.FM sr icntsssoiatnicMttA.. it. ions. GUARAHTEE0.1 . fl GREEN APPLES! DRIED APPLES; fttilppers of both green and dried apples In the stato and get the highest market prices. All we ask Is a trial shioment to uroTe theae facts. Stencils snt free on aDDllcatljn. ' Write us for farther Information and Bhlr roar croods to lieadauartcra. We handle anv ii. a wmm DENTIST. Is prepared to do all ki r.dt o Dental work at reasonalilo prices. Office over J. V. Ford & Co's Feed Slore. , Wmmm ''x - : ! lning in inc grain or produce iinoairicuy on commission HERNDON-CARTER , Louisville, Ky. "Bread is the Staff of Life," IvnU,f0ook HIS LIP GONE. THE DIREFUL EFFECTS OF CANCER, Ballard's Obelisk KJSS The Purest, Strongest and Beet. &rJUtrarsT!eiiab& ' k5 '" qpntprl hv WafiAtilSWriN WWa ONLY 25c PER POUND CAN. asanas--- '' Read"7rhcRcpub-licn- n A Seiperat Battle with this Terrlbls Disease, XMtlng Thirty Years. A Cur Pound at Last. TbtMli not amort familiar flgui on ths strata of Atlanta than thi man whan plctnrt U hat Ererjbodr hown. know him by light and It will b rtrntm-bett- d that rears ago he began to weir on hit tipper lip, jut tinder Ml noli, a mall pilot ot coort-plute- r, not larger than a illrir hall dime) thli platter he has worn eon- itaotb ', though It gradual)? Inenuid In lire, at ereryb 07 mows, until It iru as urge ai a sllrsr dollar. Thli man U M. K. Nicholson, ho residual tb corner of Anderson and CnrraaBts. II TO thirty years ago, that hi rbrtt noticed a tiny scale, Ilk a pleee of whiat bran, on hli lip. He at Srst tBonght It only a firir blliter, bat It wu trot long befor hli oheeki became dlieaied and palnlnlto th touch, and he soon realised that h had fallen a rlctlm to that molt dread, fnl and rileatlu disease cancer. It rapidly Increased la ilia and lererlty, and remember. Ing that hli father had cancer when he died, and thathU ancle alio lolthU life by thli terrible disease which dlstroyed hli tongue, throat and left eye, Mr. Nicholson became thoroughly alarmed, and realised that hli condition was more than aerjous. Citing np entirely hli builneis.he went to Cisclanatl and remained for lereral month! under treatment of a celebrated specialist. II wai anerwards treated In Blmtra, New York, where the cancer wis twice remored, but he declare! that death was preferable to such treatment. The disease seemed to bo of a uioit Tlrn-etype, and th doctors afforded absolutely no relief, the cancer spreading all the time, eating out entirely the partition In hit note, as weU as his upper lip and gums. "Some months ago," he iiyi, "I began to use S. 8. 8., though I admit with little faith that It could core me, but to my surprise, a few bottles afforded some relief. Thus encouraged, I determined to (tire th meaiclne a thorough trial, and It was not long before the progress of the disease seemed checked, I continued th medicine, and remarkable as It may seem, I am cured and fell like I bare a new life. I can talk more distinctly, for the flesh has begun to grow back around my teeth, where It hat been llterslly S. 8. 8. It the most wonderful eaten away, remedy In the world, and as my condition Is pretty generally known, ererybody will agree that the cur ii Indeed a most remarkable on. 8. 8. 8. has gtren m a new hold on life, and I shall certainly sing Its praises the remainder of my days." Atlanta Comtltutton. Q)(0' XyJ UIq) and posted.Only $1.25 per year. Commer-cial,kce- p fr i. t. THE iii! ilili, AND Wall- - Paper, Laiigr Variktj', Latest Stylus, Sffiffl lis fMS6 iFiSMMS wm mpLEO .. - At 1'actory Pricks. Bestqual .without goM6c to 8c per R'll Gold Taper . . . . 8c to ioc per Roll Finest embossed PnpcrisctojoperR'll IJ. R. HASSIJTT, K.O.V.6m 642 Koutth AvcLoiiisvilc.Ky. 0 cts in stamps for samples. HMD ONE REPUBLICAN YEAR Until after the election of 1896 for only $1.75 Subscribe lor The REiTULiaAN Louisille AS and HARTJFOKD REPUBLICAN, Commer-eia- ! IN G'QMFAHABLE $1.25 per year. KkNTUCKV, An Aritrr IHriuflil in tlir ifiirr U norililmn n th If nre. HAIETKOIiD, AS EXPERT SWIMMERS. How Arab Boys Shoot the Rapids of the Nile. j Arab boys are expert swimmers, and, like boys in general, are fond of displaying their skill before strangers if only they aro rewarded by some small coin. Mr. Eden, says the Family Magazine, tells how they shoot tho rapids of tho Nile. Seating themselves astrldo of a log of wood about six feot long and buoyant enough to support them waist high out of the water, they ride it with tho seat and gesture of a jockey, and with both hands and feet keep It straight with the line of I feWSpa.per5. f!ome Journals. Hartford, 3BLySI Cfc'l - cibsenbe And get ALL THE NEWS of tho Campaign, from 'beginning to end. Watcli tho ennvasfjor the Ilcpublicau noraina lion. Note tlip fight between factions in the Democratic party, fowA - Ill II A. i A A i. A. i JL Write your name aud address on'a postal cardj send it to Geo. W. lies Room 2, Tribune Building; New York City, nnd sample copy of Till Will draw dralls from a nice, neat NRW YORK WIIBKI.Y TRIBUNIt will be mailed to you. cozy cottage up to n fine two Mory liouie. Will draw plans irce of cbatce. Will mako careiul estimates on nil kinds o! buildings, nnd rcmod Small kwestnients. al old bntiEcs. Motto "Live mid let live." Kclurning prosperity will mnko many rich, biit nouhoro oan they mako so much within a short limo as by successful Speculation in Grain, Provision and Stock, ii M FOpISS the current. The fall Is shot with an ease and graco that does away with the senso of danger ono would expect to fed ' .1 Iirintereet lo J.ulle, We offer no apology in placing before you "Tho Ladies Safe Protector," it is absolutely reliable, eaeily adjusted, docs not become misplaced and insures protection. Can bo worn when desired without observation or knowledge of another and prevents disagreeable annoyances under cer ' From On Evil to Another. tain conditions. If you use it once ! Lastrow Women don't seem to you will never bo without it. It ki wear thoso tall hats at the theaters iaithful.safo and reliable friend whenany more. A man can sco the stage ever needed by specialis circumstances requiring its use. It an article evnow. Oglcby True. But tho new bon- ery woman shouldiskeep ready tor immediate use. It simplo net sticks out so much at tho sides inspires confidence to tho to use, and woman us- you cannot see the women In the :nM T. ! !? ti.. icuauio nun Ji is U1:MU .h.i Euiuuuiicuiiy I nig ii, boxes. N. Y. World. without in I in ado, insures protection Honeymoon Trouble, jury to neaim, and uny good puysi-ci- al would say. Wo are of tho opinJust outside the Grand Central Station the other day I saw an old man ion that no article has over been niado looking so sad and sorrowful that I which will givo as much satisfaction a' as "Tho suspected be was in deep trouble and to tho women to Tho immenso Sale Protectar." hapmade bold to ask him what had tales of this articlo is a substantial pened. indorsement of our claim. Do not "You see the hotel over there?" therefore experiment with any of tho he queried in reply as he pointed. numerous unreliable articles, as it is both dangerous to health and expen. "Ofcourse." ' "Waal, over there in room 82, is sivo to do so. Such experimenting my bride my second wife. She is can only result ill loss of time, disap pomtmet and dismal failure. Ladies layIn' across thd bed mad and sulky should remember this before ordering nnd sheddin' tears, and I am out here other goods and not waste their time give ? 0,000 if I'd and money on inferior articles. fcelin' that I'd The never married her." bent is always the cheapest. "Tho "You are in New York on your Ladies' 8a fo Protector" is sold under a positive guarantee foruso for one bridal tour, eh?" and full "That's It. Got spliced up at Che- one year, withplain directionsupon re-is wrapper sent sealed in mung t'other day and cum down on 82,00 a tower. I was a widower and .she ceipt of express money order for was a widow, case of lav at first sight, three for 85.00, Do not wait but orAddress, The La and we didn't spark but six weeks." der at once. CitOfiSK SrECjALTY Co., La Crosse, "And you have quarreled?" 10- - yr, j "We hev. The wldder gin me to iYie. struggle to InUuco their horses to turn out ot the course. To do this, thoy avail themselves of tho impetus acquired by tho log In Its shoot und, throwing themselves full length upon It, they seem, with a sudden stroke from the left leg and arm, to drlvo it and themselves out of tho current. To fall in this would bo dangerous oven to Arab smirr mors. Immediately below llo tho ugly rocks on which tho heavy stream breaks with fearful violence at seeing a man hurried along amid such a boll and turmoil of water, but onco at tho bottom, they havo a bard THE REPUBLICAN WILL GIVE IT ALL, with the final rcsultof tho clectiou.ior , ako sv sis r t Trid; Ms-k- S oMlnc.l and oil mtert siisians conducud for llflUKIIITK KKI..H. My fltcc uln the imnii.Ji ileum tui the Tatrtit Office. atKlinyfrfCilitie(orftcurMiepslents jreurituriuu.4 cml med 1, kketchorfihuttjcrBphbriiitcntina, witS I'evtriptlon anil stalcmcnr n fodvanl.iLCi chimed. CS-.- 'i i chit i f ti in mtttle for an opinion n ths pnfiHtitbUitf, and mv fes for proscuunff liplicaliwi trill not enllnl until the ynlrlit allmrtd. "Im ikiosi1fur Cuius," con. un ing falllnrurmstloa sent fre. All CainMnill. railnat Considered as tlrlcll tuntlilcntl.il. ( FRANKLIN 030 V Ntroet. WASHINOTO.V. U. H. HOUGH C Miibvcrlit. JtarOrderB will bo entered ns soon ns received, and tho mailed from that date until alter tho election, November, 1890. x Tho sooner you subscribe the longer you will get tho papers. GLOBE-DEMOCRAT llnse sun rcncneil your Hun Inr ISU1? POSITIONS GUflRflNTOED under icjsonable coudiUous Do Hat say It can not be don., till you send fur fr&u catalogue of DRAUOMON'S PRACTICAL Direct to Writo your name and address and mail AT ONCE with S1.7G. THE REPUBLICAN, Hartford, Ky. KEIXTB31jIOiulSr: Find 81.75 inclosed, and send twice every week until after the election, November, tho 189G, also Tho Hartford REPUBLtOAN one. year from date. CU-- t OOULt M?H.is :oiiial3L- - - ys ) tdtneib originated by us. All iuccchIiiI (peculators opcruto on a regular system. It is a well known fact that there aro thoutands ot men in nil jmrts of tho United Statos who, by sjstcmatio trading through Chicagobrokers, mako largo amounts o;ery year, ranging irom a low thousand dollars for tho man who invests a hundred or two hundred dollars up to $60,000 to $100,000 or moro by thoso who invest a.low thousand. It is also a fact that thoso who make the largest profits from coniparit-ivel- y email investments ononis plan nro persons who live away irora Chicago and invests through brokers who thoroughly understand cystemntie trading. Our plan does not tiik the whole amount invented mi any trade, but covers both sides, f o that whether the, market rises or falls it ' brings a steady profit that pilos upenotmnurly in ti short timo. WHITE FOK CONVINCING PIIOOFS; nlso our Manual on success-til- l speculation nnd our Daily Market Report, lull of pointers ALL Fit BE. Our Manual explains margin trading fully. Highest rel crences in regard to our stauding ami success. For further information address 62. G mo THOMAS & CO., Bankers and Brokers, mouoy-mnkiu- 9 r 00 FOR EACH DOLLARInvoBtod onn bomadoby our . Systematic Plan of Speculation QeecMAe-- , . 241-24- 2 Rialto Building, Chicago, f 111. THE "Globe-Domocr- at" NAME POST OFFICE STATE. Tlie Joint Ileltnle. Chairman Norman, of the Democratic Campaign Committee, Chairman Ycrkes, of the Republican Campaign Committee, have agreed on date3 for a series of joint debates between Mr. Hardin and Mr. Bradley. Hopkinsville, Friday, Aug. 2$. Bowling Green, Monday, Aug, 26. I.eitchfield, Wednesday, Aug. 28. New Castle or Imminence, Friday, .: Ln-die- Good Reading Free. Besides civinir our patrons one of the best papers in the State, vc have made arrangements by which we will send either one of the following ngether with Tub Repuducan pa-pe- ih h the price named. Remember when yiu pay up for Tim RRruuucAN nnd oil e year in advance you are entitled to one of these papers at the price n.vueds Ni-York Weekly Tribune . . $1.25 Louisville Weekly Commercial . 1.25 Home and Farm J. 25 Weekly Courier-Journ1.75 Cosmopolitan Magazine . . . 2,25 Commercial Appeal 1.30 Address all orders to . TilK RlittlDUCAN, Hartford, Ky. Aug, 30, Covington, Saturday night, Aug. 2. . 3i. Cynthiana, Monday, Sept. .... 1 Nicholasville, Tuesday, Sept. 3. Winchester, Wednesday, Sept. 4. London, Friday, Sept. 6. Morgan field, Monday, Sept. 9. When your child is eating an p pie or a piece of bread put one ol t Jr. Hell's Tiny Tonic Tablets in it an.l f there is any constipation there it pass off hist as easy. All dealeip sell them at 25c a vial. Z. 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'. . 8 17 a m 3 47 P Rock Haven . . 7 47 p m 8 45 n m I want erery roan and woman In ths United Jutes Interested in the Oplom and Whisky 8 30 a 111 4 00 p m Owcnsboro Long Branch . . 7 55 pju 8 53 a m on of my books on these ablts to hare 8 40 a m 4 08 p m Pates Brandenburg . . 8 04 p m 9 02 a m Address II. II. Woolley, Atlanta, Ua. Uox 382, and one will be tent you free . . SS n m 4 20 p m Ekron . . . ". . 8 13 p in 9 u a m powers . 905 a 111 4 29 p m Guston . . pin 9 19 a in Waltnmn . . rilral lllra! Ilelilns lllrsi. IJwispott 9 13 a m 4 36 p m Irvington . . . 8 30 p in 9 30 a m Svmitoms Moisture; intense itchCaycc . ; . . . 919 a m 4 42 p m 8 38 p in 9 39 m Webster ing and stliiging'iiuost nt night;worse . . 9 3 a '" 4 45 P m Pulcon . . Lodiburg . . . 8 45 p m 9 47 a in 1 e'r'e by scratching. 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Street Rcada . . . . it 33 p m is 42 p m Call attention to the amount of Spottsvllle . . 11 45 p m 1 53 p m Ar. U. Iulsvllle 1 00 p m 8 30 p m home news we publish every week, II. C. Mordue, G. P. A., Basketts . . . 11 53 p m is 59 p ui and write us short and spicy news Louisville, Ky. 10 n in j 15 p m Ar.Hendersou items irom your neighborhood. This Colleifc Is strongly endorse. by liankris and merchants FOUK weeks ly Ilraughnu's inttliwl of traclilng bookkeeping If equal to TWELVE weeks by the old ulan Special ad vantages In Shorthaud, reiinianslilu mid Telegraphy. Cheap board. Open to loth scses Ho vacation. Rnter now. Railroad Fart Paid. NiiHlivllle, Toiiii. 9 f'y ... . ... .... ..821 .. ... 11 ... .. m-1- R P A N S n ., .. Powers... ., .. 1 1 u Hi i'ih1ie'msii in isa iaHi. sssasKsitWs1stlkjVl L.' i. ' tfj t" Hill, Mb siM 1, ,MttltoiJteeidM,i.. r. m ,. t-- "jf:syjia.ij; fill. llt,rfi- -