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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1895 hao1895083001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1895 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Remember gel iho IV cw you York Tribune both for one yenr, for one dollar and twenty-(iv- o cents. VOL. f Repuulioan mid The Tee Hirteqbd Repuelicm. . HAVE rov PAiti I orriCIAL ORGAN Or THE PARTY IN IRE FOURTH CM DISTRICT. stand with Tho Ropublloan. Pay up and onoyonrln Advance and wo will Bond vou Tho Loulsvlllo Wookly Oommorclal ono yoar froo. ibsorlbo atonco. Will show how you TIJIS TAG VIII. CLEVER HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 1895. COUNTERFEITERS. NO. 5. Fower.--L.test BABIES AMD SiftSKE secret service of the Treasury Department continues in existence. A DEMOCRAT ON ldontlrnprcsaod Hon aton Voorhoos. Highest of all in Leavening U.S. Gov't Report PKUFESSlUHAL K UAHJJ. II. 1. OUFFY. O-iA-- CHILDREN LOVE si there Is n onion or other pola.nous drug In S flWENS Pihk Mixture Unoloaamhnsan Exhibit ot Pioturos of Thoso who try to Itob Hlra. The recent nrrfflt of nrooknway, one of the oldest nmt most experienced counterfeiters in tlie country, hns called public nttcntiou iiftesh to that branch ol the Kovermcnt service which is organized for the purpose of protecting Uncle Ham's money. Those who have visited the office of the secret service in the Treasury building in this city will no doubt recall the features of Drockaw.ty, who occupies a placed honor in the gallery, which 1ms been aptly termed the "rogue's golltry." Here may bo found the.face's of men who for years past heve attempted to nmlceandpass coutitcifeit bills nnd pieces of tuoney. It is one of the' most interesting places in the Nation's Capital, and it is perhaps due to the fact that, ns the bulk ol the community lead honest and Industrious Uvea, the careers of those who pursue the opposite course or of more or less interest. Atony rate, whatever the motive, it is well known that everything that relates to crime and criminals posesses a fascinating interest lor the average man and woman. To gratify this tendency or weakness of human nature, as well as to"fuf nish n practical object lesson of what Uncle Sam has done in the past nnd what he is likely to do in the future if he finds anybody aN tempting to usurp his right to coin money, there is n'.ways ou exhibition a collection of picturesof noted counterfeiters, and also of the tools which they use. Whenever an officer of the government seizes a counterfeiter, he confiscates all the spurious money which he is nblq to And and the best specimens of the skill ol these men are framed and hung up for the inspecting of visitors. Thecollection shows some crude work, as well as some exceedingly skillful work. It is very evident, however, even to the casual visitor who inspects this exhibit of the skillfuldishonesty ofthe country, that Uncle Sam has introduced so many improvements in the manufac tnre of his paper money, that it is practically impossible to counterfeit it with any success. liven llrockaway, who is admitted to be the cleverest engraver that ever engaged in the business, was unable to reproduce the paper itself, and the result was that the notes he turned out were rather easy to detect. In the production of silver coins, however, the counterfeiters have wore opportunity, but still such a rigid watch is maintained that it it is rather diffi-- . cult to pass the coins after they are made. In tbe Treasury exhibitare found the molds and plates and dies which have been used by those who rob Uncle Sam. It is not supposed thdtthe display of these tools, and the product of perverted talents, has the bad eflect of suggestion tbe idea of going into the business. The outlook is not a very encouraging one, as the records show lhatall of those who have adopted this calling, and who have earned their place in this National Rogue's Gallery, have paid the penalty by It hss been ui.4 In tbe prattles of a limotit physician for ovir ten years tot T.ethlnp; and 5ummer Com fil.lnt. Kb mother ehoull be wllhoul I second summer. Sutherland's Hagle Kj'e Salve is new nnd original in style oi package and medicinal qualities, It Ia not only n cure for all kinds of sore eyes but is guaranteed to give satisfaction as an ointment lor old sores, pites, etc, '.. Wnync Griffin & Ilro. m Lincoln -- How tho War Prcs- - 26c. AND BOO. BOTTLM. ALL F.W. FLOYD DtAltM, BOOK FRta. CO., Ofttniboro, Ki. $1800.00 plus .(trough ui for tht moct mcntonoui ptunt b raoolh preceding. OIVEN AWAY TO INVENTORS. Kojv. $tlv oonrtry month tirehtwar to ny one during Wtitcttre the beit ptenUforonrcllentt, thU ttflcr U to encourigt inventors to Men. itrnt km trick or thir bright public At thtthat tuna wt tnd Un fclttt cf wnh to Impmi upon the - '" ''uuca-pan- "bottle 'colUr.button, a thousand other little thiosi thu mou Hopper, way mi can find aonce ef tmproringi and .hew aimpl that bring Urgett return to th laTcntiofit are tht author. Try to thick olaomethingno inrtnu IT IS NOT SO HARD AS IT SEEMS. Patent oltn Mil thro, jh uf receire special notic la tie " National Recorder, ' publiihcd at Woihinjton, D. C.,Mch li th Deitneinpancr publuheti in America la the iaternt ef laeeotore. w fumiih a year's, to thU Journal. fit. of ewt, to all our client. We .to advert!, free coat, the Inrefttion each montaf filch win our l so prUe, and bandrtdeef thoueande of c.piee of the "National Recorder,' containing a ketch of the winner, and a description of hi Inreniwn, iH be icattered lhrou(bout Ih. United State amour; capiuliats and mannfacturcr, that bringing to their mention the menu cf the Inrention. regarded itricily coafidentul. All communication Addrcat , tht bet IT 'S THE SIMPLE, TRIVIAL INVENTIONS . THAT YIELD FORTUNES " which can be tiJy ill J up lock m tbt tnd down without lirtillng tbt pamnerrt back, ur a, Solicitors JOHN WEDDERBURN & CO., of American and Foreign Patents, 00x385. 6l8 P Street, N.W., Washington, D. C. s't"Utt. FREE. iTABLER'SMSil BUCKEYE ICURES A SURE Ufiiilnliirf rule nf OlilcUnninttan. "fust here" said the veteran, "I came upon a most sorrowful experience. I was uppointcd to take charge ot one of the burying.party, consisting of six men besides myself. We were hunting about among the heaps for the wounded for we left the dead to the last when it seemed to me that I heard a low moan. 'D'ye hear that, Sergeant?' I said. 'Somechap groaning?' he nsked. Just that,' said I 'Hunt for him.' Dragging away the lieaps of blue and gray, we came upon a young fell&w shot through the shoulder 'Don't mind me,' says he; 'take care of my brother.' We dug out a boy in gray with a bayonet-woun- d in his internals. Hopeless case; no'cure.' Called myself n fool for my pains, but sat down upon a dead horse aud looked ou while the blue brother, wounded in the shoulder, took the gray brother, wounded in the bowels, in his arms. I found them tbere in the mornlflg, in the same position, both cold and rigid; and I am not ashamed to say I had to rub some wet out o' From "The Chattanooga my eyes." National Park and Cemetery," in Demorest's Blag zinc lor September. A con-sarn- 1 III! OINTMENT NOTHING BUT PILES. you he has something justasgoodforcoughs, grip, etc., as Dr. Bell's PineTarHon. ey don't you believe it, for we guar-an-te that is is not true. We make the genuine and authorize all druggists to 'guarantee it. The li. U. Sutherland Co., Paducah, Ky. Whenever a druggist tells M m BEST REMEDY for PILES. or.rt and CERTAIN CURE Ltnnwn fur IB vnnrans tho nv alt. jiuufioiar. msmaum Chttaptake Ohh and Southwestern R. ft. T23:i5 XSESiSI JLVSH$ DCTWCCN LOUISVILLE AND MEMPHIS. ALSO rnOM CINCINNATI AND TO EVANSVILLE. AND l)o not purchase a Ticket NORTH, EAST, SOUTH OR WEST Until you have consulted an Agent of the O. O. I.IMITHIt eg S. W. R. R. IIUI'I'KT oXKIIPURS, MOUUKN KQOH'MKNT. TRAINS, JOHN KCIIOLS, Of N. UQR. T. B. I.YNCU, C(N. PASS. AOT. Loumviti.. Kv. . The Lexington Business College 'X UNCORPOHATED.1 y tllKHEfiEB n terms of.varying lengths iu the penitentiary. Whatever fascination the business might have, it is not to be increased by looking over this collection which represents the wrongdoing ol metj and women who are made to suffer the penalties cl their crimes. Some ofthe pictutesof thevnen and women who, have been arrested for counterfeiting show that they are not R i of the ordinary criminal type, but are THE PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH, evidently plain people living in the idmntetat tritA the State A. 4 M- Cottfft.t ignorant-l- y , the ot country, who have perhaps Illchrat Ultlrlnl Couimutinealtb, ttm lrrldvut eruor o( tbt College, yielded to temptation and adopted o( the matt and aud tbt TretMurer of the Herurlty Trust nuO Hiety this business as an easy way of makVault Oc. atgntrtg Its l)lloiuaa. itfr:conMKxi)i:i irv mamirofiurcMiifui It is certainly not as tudotitt, wbonetwUr.ei argreitte buudrcdaot ing money. of Intlun per annum. ot . thunti UKM;ili:M't3. Wforf. whothe leading pro hard Js digging potatoes or hoeing are it frlnd ia.onal Htid biislnena tnen corn, that is, in the amount of physinnil prttrone. HjwAwk of netual. eery depart-mliinea Inatrurllon tited In any oilier plan. cal eflort put forth, and then it is usuI. makttH amnthaquaHby AWAItllV, "All L.ATIJVT ANIk IIHJHi:.VT tint tint rremlumi, Uold and limine Medal and ally represented that the returns are IHiiloruan, etc." at tbe lnternntlonal Mid. awarded the eyntem of very large and the risks small. Ulnter Kspotllloii, In tbl College, llrail llonk'KrriiltiK uied 13 yeare practical of lluilnrM DirliiienU expert accountant. Fxperience generally pioves that xiicrtence UoULD'.N CO IIK.IIKHT AUAItlk OK MJ31IIIAN EXIMlNiTIOlV to" American both ol these latter representations tent ot (Shorthand," tauiilit In thta CmIIc, and tbe Ulclic! t:ndrauient In Iho world are false, but then it is too late to be of an 10 the head of our uhortbaud Uepartmpnt reporter), from tbe autbora of thla kyuem. our much use to a man who has ruined TKIUlHAlllY. Mnnrliilriideiit of ItMllwnr and Trleariipli Njlein bat a lsbt his life and is suffering the penalty of f II yearn' uractlotl expfneuce. fruiu Operator to Chief Train DUpatcher. with the the law. However, there are always largest Trunk IJnea In America. i:ndorord by Upvratnre. Train Dlipatcheri, Huparlntendenti, those who think they will be exceptaii.i n Uaiilnir rillunviiiil Iplttffraiib rontnanlt)! Tnp Only In tl U'oild owning and ions to the general rule and this is one operating h iotuplte Hallway Myitem fur tbu purpose of fltt i it Its graduate! to go direct to n praetlcal uperatom. KOOil position reason why tbe ranks of counterfeitWdlI.MlVIIl'AIa INSlTHUCTlON In all depnrtmviilt. o Claaa Work. ers are kept recruited and that the lUidurai-iue-ntd 1: t'llKM with any course, renmanihln, lluslness Corretpondence, Commercial Jaw, Commercial AHthmetle and Hpelllng, loHTIONri,-MOur I; ent free. Write for It. wl'l "ve .lionv. ajTVliY. 7V,000.0O you money Write for Initructfons. 4Jurniitr tbnt mtr CollCice Is an represented, or mnnry t MKW' IIVIl.lfiNii funded. th ntrned, erected and furnished by us, to requlremeiits of our practical system of hiairiic r, Ifou. I'urnsre llrnl, Klfrtrle Uglit. yentllatlgn. The Urge it mid most )erfecl equipped llualneaa Collegfl llulldlaff eollegM. wboae responsibility lJttWAlli-..-Kom-e rests upotithslr word only. will tell you that they will give you the "him," or a "mere thorough course," In "less time," or for lees money?' etc., tbau It takes to complete a Ilewe.ro or such claims, cmtrsf with us liter r false. v. Illustrated Catalogue (ftu AUureaja wAiitiuvtii uxUgtoiH Ky. nin.i'i, Cluomiifr VInn," mi Ulf Got our prices on picnic bills and wo do your work. Best work guaranteod.Seo us bdforo going olso-"vvhor- o. Pleasant rellaU, and nothing elao in their place i Itanuaft thov'ra the amalletr. and the pUatanttit to take. jjecatuo may re me cuneat in their way. Ho diaturbanoe, no Their efreaction afterward. fect latt. They absolutely and pcrma-nsnU- y cur filllouaness, Indigestion, Constipation, BIck Headache, and Sour Stomach. Tbe moat common cause of Illw U constipation. By removing tht causa a cure U effected, Montiiomtrd. Oranot C- n- If, T. DluFlKncii Ikar Sir I auaered untold misery with imainir piles. I could kci bu relief night or day, until I oommenoej uainir your "fleasant PeUvU," and now for twn Mr, or more, I h.T. not been troubled with (he piles i If my bowel let In a constipated condition. I take riftM of Dr, Pierce a P leaa. ant 1'ellets, and the trouble Is all dispelled by next day. ot reasoni whr you ahouhi upon hiving Dr. Pleroe'a in-- A LIST . For the last thirty years the Democratic party has been enclined to repudiation, unredeemable greenback currency, was opposed to specie payThe ment, and has repeatedly voted for ling, leaping and running. Perry Westerfleld, the tree and unlimited coinage of sil- members of the bar were well known ver in Congress and declared for it in for their wrestlingas lorlhcir strength their State convention four years ago. "before Judge of jury. Lincoln was unquestionably the champion wrestBeaver Dam, Ky. Now where are they at? ler of his time and circuit. No one Statu of Ohio, IV ever succeeded in getting him on his R. R. WEDDING Citv op Toledo back. With Lincoln's strength and J Lucas Countv Frank J. Ciisnhv makes oath that "faculty for physical exercises, it he is the senior partner of the firm of should be no wonder that he was a Hartford, Ky. F. J. Chimujv & Co., doing business famous Will practice his profession in all "Mentally- - Lincoln was a much the courta oi Ohio and adjoining in the City of Toledo, County and counties. Also Notary Public. State aioresaid, and that said firm more powerlul man than men of his Office, room 20, Hartford House. time were willing to credit. It is will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of significant that in the most trying Catarrh that cannot be cured by the time in our history there never was an occasion so great but Lincoln was use of IIams Catarrh Curb. greater than the occasion; never a criFRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribe sis so formible but Lincoln was powin my presence, this 6th day of De- erful enough to dominate it. I have Hartford, Ky. often thought of the labors of this cember, A. D. J 886. prnctico WILL courta of his profeseion in all man during his four yearsol civil war . Ohio and adjoining A. W. Glbason, Notary Public. and wondered what some of our later counties and. Court oi Appeals. Specshai. ial attention given to collections. and 'overworked' Presidents would Office next door below Commen think if they had been in Lincoln's Hall's Cataarh Cure is taken internalcial Hotel. ordinaly and acts directly on the blood and place. If, in addition to the raucous surfaces of the system. ry business of the Government, they Send lor testimonials, free. had had a navy In every water1 of the P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, globe and au army of 2,000,000 of O. fighting tnen in the field. BSTSold by Druggists, 75c. HARTFORD, KY. m "I was in Congress when Lincoln "Will practice bis profession in tho iu the White House and saw a great courts of Ohio nnd adjoining counties. deal of him. He was a man who knew Careful attention given to all business nothing ot physical fear, and while entrusted to him, Office in Repubmen about him used to tell him lican Building. stories of possible assassination, and 3 :m: ', t-! the necessity of care, Lincoln never The Kinutlon of, Grief In Animals.- seemed to gay much heed to them. Dutch was a brown rctriovor of adHARTFORD, KY. He was oiten seen walking about the was reputed to bo vanced Will practice his profession in all th streets or making frequent excursions a Scotchyears. CurlyMb appoarauco sugterrier, but courta of Ohio and adjoining counties. to the forts and camps and other gested some uncertainty in his desoeut Caroiul attention will bo given to al points about Washington. I don't Dutch was chained to her kennel, aud business entrusted to his care. Col Curly, who enjoyed his liberty, evinced think he was alraid of anything on lionl'.. Office with the lections a specialty. his friendship by frequently taking to earth. Don't fail to sign your name county Attorney. Also Notary Publit bono and other canino delicacies to his contributions. "With all his cares-h- e always had less fortunate friend One morning iOC3-3iEf- , if your visitors name time to CT. Xj. Don't get mad listen to or tell a good story, Cnrly presented himsolf at the honso, oviueing unmistakable signs of grief by does not appear in the personal .coand I can picture him now as'he used A visit lumn. Terhape you did not tell the to walk up and down his office in.tbe his demeanor aud his whines. GREENVILLE, KY. to tho kennel, where poor Dutch was edUor; he's no mind reader. White House, tubb.ng his shaggy found lying dead, snowed the occasion Will practico his profession in all tbe n Don't stop your paper if your head with one hand, while he held the of Curly's uuhappinosa Wo buried courts Df Muhlenberg and adjoining vino in tho Dutch decorously contribution is condensed incounties. Special attention will be other against the small of his back, garden and supposedunder a Cnrly woujd that to eight lines. The condenser may and laughed delightedly at some story given to collections and all businpei forget tho incident, but wo wore touch-ai- l OUte na entrusted U his care. have done you a great favor. Lincoln alwhich was being told. to o him iu the capacity of faitiiful slocr 1ott pOKtOafle. Don't declare a paper unreliable be- ways laughed as hard at his own sto- Moaner often revisit tbo spo,t where cause an important j(em contains ries as he did at yours, so he had a his old friend was laid, taking with a grave error. Tbe edltormay have great many laughs In the course of a him, by way of oiteriug, choico bones, (Connly Attorney) which ho carefully buried by tho grave. gottou his Information from your day. This prnctico Curly continued for two brother. "Occasionally he would seem wrapt years, when wo left tho honso. Cor. Don't say there is nothing in a pa in it fashion of sentimental gloom. London Spoctator. HARTFORD, KY. per unless you have some bright The war pained him exceedingly in a riioioaTapltlne; the Growth of Plants. Will practice his profession in tho sparkling thought of juicy news item personal way. Photograph lug has lately boon applied Courts ot Ohio and adjoining conn-tie- s. The thought of the that you do not see in Its columns. slaughter of men and the sorrow and to record tho movemonts of growing itentiaries. Special attention given to colplants, and it is not necessary to add Times may be dull. We recognize that safety of a lections. Office iu Courthouse. trouble of their families would worry that some curious results havo been ob- State is best promoted the the fosterby Don't say a paper is "no account" him as much as if every soldies who tained. A photograph of ft growing hop .fNO. B. WILSON, ing of a liberul system of common unless you have demonstrated some was killed was his long-tim- e vino, taken at Intervals of 00 seconds, personal school, and we pledge ourselves to enability to run one yourself. Perhaps friend. Now and then somebody who shows that the movements of tbo young large and increase the present system steins consist ot a succession of irreguyou have failed In ' every thing you so reasonable opportunity may HARTFORD, KY. had deserted, or Income other fashlar circular and olliptical curves, which be that to every child given tried to do. in the State to ion violated mllfatary law, would be vary every minute, evou as to direction. obtain a solid business education. FECIAL attention given to colar reading no- sentenced to be shot. Lincoln never Photography has also proved, coutrary Don't nsk n lections, making abstracts, &e to tho old accepted idea, that phiuts tice calling attention to- n also Notary Publio for Ohio County. failed to pardon everyone of them it grow continuously aud uninterruptedly, ad. You wouldn't'give a man a box Office North side ot public spure. He even when asleep. St Louis Itcpubllo. the case was brought to him. of cigars along with a package of ciwould not let one of them be executed llathlng- In the Sea. garettes well we guess not. One day he said t me, when I was Tbo.0 who suffer from irritation of Don.t take n paper front the post visiting nt the White House: 'Voop tho skin, or skin diseases, should not office for five years and then refuse to hees.dou't you kuow.it seems strange batlio iu tho tea, aud it is better for CURES pay for it because you "never subgo to to me that a man of my nature aud thorn not to havo sea air, but to scribed for it nohow." This Is thievinland holiday resort, and llttlo my former surroundings should hnve fomo children especially, when Buffering from ery, pure atuUiuiple. You could have been brought to a place like this. eczema, should not bo allowed sea bath-lurefused it four years and eleven Doesn't It strike you as queer ttiat I, months before, Danville Advocate. who never had heart enough to kill a A Gallant Inquiry, chicken, and whom the bight of blood She I was in Cleveland for a week How our Democratic friends do dilate and orate on the improvement in never failed to make sick, should be oiico aud didn't seo a slnglo attractive thhiu daring the whole time. CURES business. They publish in their pa- placed in this position, with rivers Ho (soulfully personal) How could 1 -- HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. and torrents of bipod flowing all abont that bo? Don't they havo mirrors in pers nnd roll as a sweet morsel under their tongues every report of Increase me, aud be obliged to take part in it, Cleveland? Detroit Froo Press. Is prepared to do any and alt kinds In wages 110 matter how small even and live in it year after year?' Shakespeare paluts so very olosolr to of Dental Operations, Pikes most was ceituinly. a great "Lincoln after they have been running on low nature, and with such marking touches, reasonable. Office over Williams & w;ge& or closed down altogether ever American, and, aii abundant type ol that ho gives tho very look rut actor Bell's Drug Stoic Ages ought to wear when ho Is ou his soeno. of the American of his time. since that party came into power. Cumberland. "Abraham Lincoln," said Senator Voorhces.one day during the last session, "was known to me long bclore he ever came to the White House, or I dreamed of Congress. I remember him when I was n young man as a tall, angular figure with n shaggy shock of black hair, who used to ride the circuit as a lawyer, and whose business .occasionally brought him as far as my bailiwick in Indiana. Eveu in an early day Lincoln had considerable fame ns a successful trial lawyer. He told slorlesas effectively then as he did in after years, when, as Prcsis dent, his stories wcrevjbouud to be a He was a s ingulatly good success. talker to a Jury, and' that convincing gift which few n.en posses of talking with his audience rather than to it. Most speakers talk 'to' an audience. Lincoln talked 'with' bis, and that with his homely rhetoric, through which ran an eternal current of sentiment, was' the real secret ol his victories. "Few lawyers cared to meet Lincoin on even terms. Even when he had a weak case he was dangerous. Douglas once said of him: 'When Lincoln is right you can't beat him; d when he Is wrongyoumust be d careful or he'll beat you. This makes a strong man ot Lincoln.' Douglas was right, and the history of his later collision with Lincoln on the stump, and final great contest with him at the ballot box, might go along ways toward proving it. "Lincoln was a man of tremendous physical strength. He had long.gor-illa-llk- e arms, and was as powerful as an ogre. In his younger days he had great fame as wrestler. It was the common practice of lawyers in that day to put In the noon hour In wrest- ARSOitUTECY call which come alter us will Lincotn a greater man than we do. Washington Star. Marriage Is love's sacrifice. Don't try to pump out the sea. A good deed need no applause. A kiss is n song without words. Covetousnc.ts hoards itself poor. Sunshine is the leaven ol living. GLADNESS. The goldenrod clrt-- s up, And filled from sprlnstlmo'e scantk-- r hoard Blilni'S tho sweot buttercup. And from the singing uf tho breeze And low, sweet sound of rnln, Tho llttlo brook learn melodies To sing them back ngaln. Foreotten all tho cloudy Bky Of dark days orerrnati For flower hearts let gloom go by, Dot hold the aunshlno fast. And all year long the llttlo burn, Though wintry boughs bo wst, Pick out tho happy day to The sad ono to forget. Charles D. doing in tit Nicholas. TWO LEAPS. One Was For Liberty and the Other Was For a Life. A wnrmth cf cold, all summer storud. Baking attorneys wder tPSJESE POKM. 'ty 3s D. RINOO ilrtriro, ggt gaw. -- I --Ta.rtfexd, SCatuj-T- r. Will prnctico 111 all courts of Ohio and adjoining counlfcs, Hupcrior Court and Court of Appeals. Collections ami all legal business attended to. Office 320 E. Market Bt. vT i --!, ' THE REPUBLICAN PLAT We arc opposed to the free and coinage unlimited of silver believing that it would involve the country in financial luln. Webelieve in a sound currency, nnd in the use of both gold nud silver for coinage, provided always that a dollar in one is made precisely ns valuable as n dollar in the other The Republicans of Kentucky, yjiilc recognizing in the approaching contest the great importance oi State matters, nevertheless appreciate the fact that parties exist nationally, and that no political party should beafraid or ashanic to give full and explicit explanation regarding its position on every question affecting the prosperi' ty of State and nation. The apprehension of buiness interests as to recent threatened tariff changes and the want of confidence in Democratic management caused reduction in wages, decline in exportation, genera1 depression of business, destruction of property, shrinkage in values and labor agitation. This apprehension, accompanied with sub; sequent Democattic legislation, made by "party perfidy and dishoner," has served iu many respects to inorense rather than;diminih National ditcster. Under these circumstances the currency question has been forced into undue prominence, and the Democrat ic party has seized upon that insue to the exclusion of all else, foi the purpose of diverting publlr attention from the contemplation of theruin its vicious policies and miserable management has wrought. We favor a tariff so regular as to protect the interests of all classes of our citizens upoo articles that may be successfuly manufactured or produced in this country, thus insuring good wages to the laborer and a home market to tlte producer; and in connection with this we favor the reestablish ment of the doctrins ol reciprocity. Webelieve that such a system will defray ever governmental expense, gradually liquidate all ins debtedness, restore public cofidence t relegate to the near the uqdue now prevailing concerning the currency. In view of the past financial history of the Democratic party, its devoting to the old State bank system and wild cat tendencies, we affirm that the Republican party can be more safely trusted to regulate the financial system of the Nation. We favor an American policy which will protect Americans and American Interests in any part of the .world at all hazards, and will sympathize with sttuggling republics rather than ignorant monarchies. When the Democratic party came Into power in Kentucky it found the State able to pay every debt and have millions of' surplus left. In the meanwhile it has collected millions ol dollars ol taxes under the most un- systems of revenue, and yet we J'ust today in the humilliating attitude ot being unable to pay the current expenses of the State, and upon a fair valuation of assets arcindebt millions of dollars. They have the constitution, refused office to one fairly elected by the people, engaged in extravagant legislation; increased salaries, created unnecessary offices manifested their incompetency to manage the penitentiaries, brought convict labor into competition with honest tree labor, divert ed the school fund, failed to piovide a decent State Capitol, and left its charitable institutions without the necessary means for their proj.tr irrtlon. We demand economy in every de pattment of public service, the encouragement of enterprize aud capital and equitable and fair apportionment of the State, the impartial execution of the law, a thorough remodeling of the revenue system, a rigid inspection ol the books and a radical change in the management of the penexcltc-4menover-ridde- n OWENSBOKO, KY. Will practice his profession in Daviess nnd adjoining counties. Special attention given to collections. Office, Bank of Commerce Building. LAWYER, fJIniii, Jn.H. J.N.It. IVnlillng, LAWYERS, HARTFOIID, KY. (Once, oier As Jersan's Ratsar.) GLENN & WEDDING, Will practice their profession in ah tho courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given collections. Also Notary Public for Ohio county. pili1 M. L. w7aro.es . Srrtt, JIT I If 1 t. We have the largest circulation, but want more. .Remember $1.25 gets The Louisville Commercial one year. "Iu passing by tho criminal conrt bnilding tho other day," said Lather Lnfliu Mills, "I recalled, among my memories xomehow connected with it, that of a remarkablo leap for liberty. "Abont 16 yours ago I prosecuted a young follow for tho crimo of burglary. He waa eonvictcd nnd sentenced to prls-- a far turn of six yours. Alter s boint conveyed key a aa deputy sheriff from tho courtroom to tho jail, across tho passago connecting tho two buldlngs, whicli I have oftou regarded as a 'Brldgo of Sighs,' tho young burglar suddenly sprang over tho low hand railing, which was then tho only protection of tho bridge, landed cu his feet 45 feet below, and, recovering himself, mado a bold dash for liberty. Ho started ou a run north on Dearborn nveuue, pursued by depnry sberiiTs and policemen, aud was finally recaptured in a bam not far from Lincoln park. When they brought him back, his faco Hushed, his eyes flashing, his shirt collar thrown open, ho looked liken yonng A fow days later ho hero of romance. was taken to stato's prisou, whero he served hifl term. "Passing over tho Clark street bridge thoro recurred to me tho memory of another leap one for Ufa Ouo evening about five years ago on approaching that bridge I found it open aud a crowd of .nud women in n state about 1,000-meof excitement A policeman informed mo that a womau had fallen into tho rircr. 'What's being done to save herf" Beforo tho officer had a I demanded. chance to reply a young fellow rushed through tho crowd, throw off his coat nnd vest, put his hands together and shot into tho water.- Eo caught tbo womau as she was going down tbo third time, struck out for tho shore, aud both ho and she wero lauded in safety. "I hoard a man say to tho rescuer, 'What's your namo?' 'Ihavo no name In which tho publio is interested,' he replcd 'But you're a hero,' urged tho mau, 'and your namo deserves to bo mado known. ' Tho young man shook his head aud peremptorily refused to his namo. I happouod to got a good look at the fellow, and thero cuiuo to mo a saddou flash of recognition. Ho was tho samo ouo who had made tho leap for liberty from the Bridgo of Sighs "Things wont bettor with tho yonug fellow after that, "continued Mr. Mills. "He got on aud prospered nnd is now a well to do commercial traveler. " Chicago Inter Oconn. tea-tec- e, - IfAHTFUIll), KY. Will prnctico his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given t' collections. Office east side of puViii square. Hkavrik. Sh-- Taylor. HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, Attorneys at La vr HAJfrrORD, KY. Will practice thier profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and in the Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office, next door to Bank of Hartford. Attorney at Law. Attorney at Law, (inn it W.HrBARlffES law, Jo. B. ROGERS, Attorney at Law, Republican and Attorney o. -- s j-- at Law, Attorney at Law, three-colum- 33. 3P. Attorney at JCaw, isr.xJ, 1 Attorney at law five-doll- S - one-doll- - J. R. PIRTLE SCROFULA, BLOOD POISON. g. CANCER, ECZEMA, TETTER. BLOOD s s THE DENTIST &! I . jsAA V both for one year, for one dollar unci twenty-(Iv- e cents. IIePURLIOAN you llcmcnibor I the iNcw York ire Tribune mid The The Haeteqbd Republican, official organ or THE HAVE IV V PAID I r. party IN the fourth congressional district, stand with Tho Ropubllaan. Pay up and oneyoarln Advanoo and wo will Band vou Tho Louisville Wookly Oommorclal ono yoar iroo. suusonuo nt onco. Will show how you THIS TAG VOL. VIII. CLEVER HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 1895. COUtlTERFEITERS. toUVsOwtns link Mlilurt. II doM not NO. 5. -- OABIES AND secret sorvlce of the Treasury Department continues in existence. A DEMOCRAT ON Lincoln How tho War Prcs- ldontlmprossod Son- aton Voorhooa. "Abraham Lincoln," said Senator Voorhces.one day during the last session, "was known to me long bclore he ever came to the White House, or I dreamed of Congress. I remember him when I was a young man as a tall, angular figure with a shaggy shock of black hair, who used to ride the circuit as a lawyer, and whose business occasionally brought him as far as my bailiwick in Indiana. Even in an early day Lincoln had considerable fame an a successful trial lawyer. He told 8tories"ns effectively then as he did in after years, when, ns Prcsis dent, his stories wereVbound to be a He was a s ingularly good success. talker to a jury, and that convincing gift which few n.en posses ol talking with his audience rather than to it. Most speakers talk 'to' an audience. Lincoln talked 'with' his, aud that with his homely rhetoric, through which ran an eternal current of sentiment, was the real secret ol his victories. "Few lawyers cared to meet Lin-- , coin on even terms. Even when he had n weak case he was dangerous. Douglas once said of him: 'When Lincoln is right you can't beat him; when he is wrongyoumust be d d careful or he'll beat you. This makes a strong man ot Lincoln.' Douglas was right, nnd the history of his later collision with Lincoln on the stump, and final great contest with him at the ballot box, might go along ways toward proving it. "Lincoln was a man of tremendous physical strength. He had long, gorilla-like arms, nnd was as powerful as nn ogre. In his younger days he had great fame as wrestler. It was the common practice of lawyers in that day to put in the noon hour in wrestling, leaping and running. The members of the bar were well known for their wrestlingas lorTheir strength "before Judge of jury. Lincoln was Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report TIwFESbWJSAh E I). HUFFY. UA1W. U. 1). RlNdO LuvtjxOT thirt li no opium or other pelisfieue draj In nmi nnrii uniLUHtn iii UnoloSamhnsan Exhibit ot FloturoBOllhoao who try to Rob Him. The recent nrrest of Jlrocknwny, one of the oldest nnd most experienced counterfeiter In the country, hns called public nttcntion nfroeli to that branch ol the govcrtucnt service which is organized lor the purpose of protecting Uncle Ham's money. Those who have visited the office of the secret service in the Treasury building in this city will no doubt recall the feature's of Brockawny, who occupies n placed honor in the gallery, which hns been aptly termed the "rogue'o gallery." Here may bo found thejaccs of men who for years past hove nttemptcd to make and pass counterfeit bills and pieces of money. It Is one of the most interesting places In the Nation's Capital, and i is perhaps due to the fact that, as the bulk ot the community lead honest nnd Industrious Uvea, the careers of those who pursue the opposite course or of more or less Interest. At any rate, whatever the motive, It is well known that everything that relates to crime and criminals posesses a fascinating interest lor the average man nnd woman. To gratify this tendency or weakness of human nature, ns well as to"furnish a practical object lesson of what Uncle Sam has done in the past nnd what he is likely to do in the future if he finds anybody at, tempting to usurp his right to coin money, there is always on exhibition a. collection of picturesof noted counterfeiters, and also of the tools which they use. Whenever an officer of the government seizes a counterfeiter, he confiscates all the spurious money which he is able to find and the best specimens of the skill ot these men are framed and hung up for the inspecting of visitors. Thecollection shows some crude work, as well as some exceedingly skillful work. It is very evident, however, even to the casual visitor who inspects this exhibit of the skillfuldishonesty ofthe country, that Uncle Sam has introduced so many improvements in the manufac ture of his paper money, that it is practically impossible to counterfeit it with any success. Kvcn Bjockaway, who is admitted to be the cleverest engraver that ever engaged In the business, was unable to reproduce the paper itself, and the result was that the notes he turned out were rather easy to detect. In the production of silver coins, however, the counterfeiters have more opportunity, but stilt such a rigid watch is maintained that it it is rather difTU cult to pass the coins after they are made. In the Treasury exhibitare found the molds and plates nnd dies which have been used by tho3e who rob Uncle Sam. It is not supposed thdt the display ol these tools, and the product of perverted talents, has the bad effect of suggestion the idea of going into the business. The outlook Is not a very encouraging one, as the records show that all of those who have adopted this calling, and who have earned their place in this National Rogue's Gallery, have paid the penalty by nwEHS Pink Mixture 200. It hit Win uki In ins prsctlctofa ftmotis rhTilclin for oyf tsn ytirs for Teething and 3Hmnttr Com fil.lnt. Ntimolli.f.houlJt without I f con4 lunmir. AND Sutherland's Ilagle ICyc Salve is new nnd original in style ol package HLtnoton-l- y nnd medicinal qualities. a cure for all kinds of sore eyes but Is guaranteed to give satisfaction as an ointment lor old sores, piles, etc, '.. Wayne Griffin & Ilro. m i i en AU DtAUM. BOOK FRtl. F.W. FLOYD A CO., . Ooimbero, Kr. 000. DOTTlll. $1800.00 OIVEN AWAY TO INVENTORS. plui through $150.00 ib novlH prttcding. cvtrrmoetli tivch ftwajr to any encfin p 01 for tht tnott mentoriout piunt during - W neeiire the bf it patent! for our client f, ud lb bjct f thlt fcfler U to encourage innntor to kt p tmk of ttrtir bntht Ideal. At tht uni tuna wt wun lo tmprcit upon the puUlc U del tbit IT'STIIESIMPLCTRIVfALlNVENTlONS - - THAT YIELD FORTUNES, such l thi'Cr.wlndow" vhUhcanbtMBryiliJ up uid down without brtiUng tht pamnrtpi back, uuc-pa- McolUr4utton,M r, tMatliOuvaiid oth tittle thtnn la moit ujr oae cjq find a way of Improving; tod these timpte TcatiOBi are th onet that bring Utgttl rctunia to tho author. Try to think of tomtihuigno iuTent the" Naltonal Recorder' published at Washington, IT IS NOT SO HARD AS IT SEEMS. Patratt laVcn out through til receive ipechl notice In if D. C. which It the belt ne wspaper publiihcd in Amenca Va furoUh a yew'i auU U the Utrrnti of inventors. sorption m thii journal, free of cost, to all cur clients. We !wadreru,frtetl toil, the Intention eichmonttf which wini our t$o priie, and hundreds of thousand of copies of the "National Recorder, containing a Vetch of the winner, and a deaerlption of Mi invention, wtU be scattered throughout tho United ttaiei among captulnts and manufacturer!, thai tringing to their attention tht meritt of the Invention. AH communication! regarded itnctly connde&luL Address Solicitors Itriiiliilsreuile of flilrlmnintiaii, "Just here" said the veteran, "I came upon a most sorrowful experience. I was uppolntcd to take charge consisot one of the burying-party- , ting of six men besides myself. We were hunting about among the heaps for the wounded for we left the dead to the Inst when it seemed to me that I heard a low moan. 'D'ye hear that, Sergeant?' I said. 'Somechap groaning?' he asked. Just that, said I 'Hunt for him.' Dragging away the Heaps of blue and gray, we came upon a young fel!6w shot through the shoulder 'Don't mind me,' says he; take care Of my brother.' We dug out a boy in gray with a bayonet-woiTn- d in his internals. Hopeless case; no'curc.' Called my sell n fool for my pains, but sat A con-sarn- rowaer ABS0MJTEIY P3JRE us will which conic niter calt Lincoln n greater man than we do. Washington Star. Marriage is love's sacrifice. Don't try to pump out the sea. A good deed need no applause. A kiss is a song without words. Covetousness hoards itscll poor. Sunshine is the leaven ol living. Bilkinc? tttowwfaF"i -- , tf fiaVea of Ohio and adjoining counties, Hupcrior Court nnd Court of Appeals. Collections and all legal business attended to. Office 329 E. Market 8t. H ill nrnclico in nil courts 4MBra. js.n.twicy' TUE REPUBLICAN PLAT? FORK. We nre opposed to the free nnd unlimited coinage sil ;er of believing that It would involve the country in financial tuin. Webelieve in n sound currency, nnd in the use of both gold nnd silver for coinage, provided always that a dollar in one is made precisely ns valuable as n dollar in the other The Republicans of Kentucky, wjiile recognizing in the approaching contest the great impottancc ol State matters nevertheless appreciate the fact that parties exist nationally, nnd that no political party should benfraid orashnnie to give full aud explicit explanation regarding its position on every question affecting the prosperity of State nnd nation. The apprehension of bulness interests as to recent threatened tarlfl changes and the want of confidence in Democratic management caused reduction in wages, decline in exportation, general depression of business, destruction of property, shrinkage in values and labor agitation. This apprehension, accompanied with subsequent Democnttic legislation, made by "party perfidy and diihoner," has served in many respects to inorcase rather thanjdiminlek National disaster. Under these circumstances the currency question has been forced into undue prominence, nnd the Democrat ic party has seized upon that Iusue to the exclusion of all else, for the purpose of diverting public attention from the contemplation of the ruin its vicious policies and miserable management has wrought. We favor a tariff so regular as to protect the interests of all classes of our citizens upoo articles that may be successfuly manufactured or produced in this country, thus insuring good wages to the laborer and a home market to the producer; and in connection with this we favor the of thedoctrins ot reciprocity. We believe that such a system will defray governmental ever expense, gradually liquidate all indebtedness, restote public cofidence relegate to the tear the undue excltc- nient now prevailing concerning the currency. In view of the past financial history of the Democratic party, its devoting to the old State bank system and wild cat tendencies, wc affirm that the Republican party can be more sefely trusted to regulate the financial system of the Nation. We favor an American policy which will protect Americans and American Interests in any part of the .world at all hazards, and will sympathize with stiuggling republics rather than ignorant monarchies. When the Democratic party came into power in Kentucky it found the State able to pay every debt and have millions of' snrplus left, In the meanwhile it has collected millions ol dollars ol taxes under the most un just systems of revenue, and yet we are today in the huniilliating attitude ol being unable to pay the current ex penses of the State, aud upon a fair valuation of assets areindebt millions of dollars. They have the constitution, refused office to one fairly elected by the people, engaged in extravagant legislation; increased salaries, created unnecessary offices manifested their incompetency to manage the penitentiaries, brought convict labor into competition with honest tree labor, divert ed the school fund, failed to piovlde a decent State Capitol, and left its charitable institutions without the necessary means for their projur eijturrtloii. We demand economy in every de partment of public service, the of enterprize and capital and equitable and lair apportionment of the State, the Impartial execution of the law, a thorough remodeling ol the revenue sybtein, a rigid inspection ol the books and a radical change iu the management of the over-ridde- n OWENSBORO, KY. Will practice his profession in Daviess and adjoining counties, Special attention given to collections. Office, Bank of Commerce Building. Jnx.N. Ulrnn, J.N. It. vVnldlnir, LAWYER, GLENN & WEDDING, HARTFORD, KY. (0fflce,0Ter Asderson's Ilssssr.) GLADNESS. LAWYERS, Will Practice their nrofesuinn In ah tho courts of Ohio nnd adjoining coun- lies. nnd r.nnrt nf Annonls Pnoxt.1 attention given collections. Also Notary Public for Ohio county. JOHN WnDDERBURN & CO., ot Amsrlcan and rortljn I'stcnU, Box .185. 618 P Street. N.W., ryr KdttttKt J Washington, D. C. tiller fHliftir WnuM" fmfkltt, FREE. down upon a dead horse aud looked on while the blue brother, wounded in the shoulder, took the gray brother, wounded in the bowels, in his nruts. I lound them there in the mornlflg, in the same position, both cold and rigid; nnd I am not ashamed to say I had to rub some wet out o' From "The Chattanooga my eyes." National Park and Cemetery," in Dcmorest's Slag zinc lor September. warmth of cold, all summer stored. The KOldenrod ctrvs up, And Ailed from springtime's scantltr hoard Blilncs the sweet bnttercup. And from the singing of tho breeze And low, sweet sound of rnln. The llttlo brook learns moloJk'S To sing them buck again. Forgotten nil tho cloudy sky Of dark days OTercatt; For Dower hearts let gloom go by, Dut hold tho sunshine fast And all year long tho llttlo burn. Though wintry boughs be wet. Picks out tho happy days, to liarn Tho sad ones to forget.' Charles D. doing In Kt. Nicholas. A STaaaaes .A.. Smltli, pfiiY M. L. jT LAW f TWO LEAPS. One Was For Liberty and the Other Was For a Life. "In passing by tlio criminal court iTABLER'S BUCK EYE lif 14 OINTMENT (CURES A 8URE NOTHING BUT PILES. hns somethlniriustascoodiorcouchs. grip, etc., as Dr. Bell's PineTarllon. cy don't you believe it, for we guar ante that is is not true. We make the genuine and authorize all druggists to guarantee it. The li. E. Sutherland Co., I'aducah, Ky. For the last thirty years the Democratic party has been enclincd to repudiation, unredeemable greenback currency, was opposed to specie payment, and has repeatedly voted for the free and unlimited coinage ot silver in Congress and declared for it in their State convention four years ago. Now where are they at? Whenever a druggist tells you he and CERTAIN CURE knnwnfnr IB vnnranatho BEST nEMEDY for PILES.) aor.n nr rrrjiriirxj:3iii:: all iiiuooijti. m eo.ji. wra. mmmm CJwapwkt Ohio and Southwestern ft. ft. THI3 BISSSJI X,ITI15 DCTWCCN LOUISVILLE JV1EIVIPHIS. rnoM ' CINCINNATI AND TO AND EVANSVILLL I I Do not purchase Ticket MOUTH, CAST, SOUTH OR WEST Uutll you Iwvc consulted au Agent of the O. O. eg S. W. R. R. LYNCH, WITI!1 TRAINH, 1'UM.MAN IlUl'HUT btKKPKRS, MOU14KH KQOH'JIHNT. JOHN KCIIOLS, OtN Man. T. 11. GIN. PASS. AST. Kv. loutftVIl.. . The Lexington Business College. UNCORPORATCD unquestionably the champion wrestNo one ler of his time and circuit. Statu op Ohio, I ever succeeded in getting him on his ss. Citv 01' Tolkdo back. With Lincoln's strength and Lucas County, it Chenisv makes oath that "faculty for physical exercises, Frank J. he is the senior partner of the firm of should be no wonder that he was a F. J. Chbnbv & Co., doing business famous "Mentally- - Lincoln was a much in the City of Toledo, County nnd State aforesaid, and that said firm more powerful man than men of his will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED time were willing to credit. It Is DOLLARS for each and every case of significant that in the most trying Catarrh that cannot be cured by the time in our history there never was an occasion so great but Lincoln was use of Hall's Catarrh Curr. FRANK J. CHENEY. greater than the occasion; never a criSworn to before tnc and subscribe sis so formlble but Lincoln was powin my presence, this 6th day of De- erful enough to dominate it. I have often thought of the labors of this cember, A. D. 1 886. man during his four years of civil war A. W. Gujason, Notary Public. and wondered what some of our later sbai, and 'overworked' Presidents would Hall's Catairh Cure is taken Internal- think if they'had been in Lincoln's ly and acts directly on the blood nnd place. If, in addition to the ordiua--mucous surfaces of the system. ry business ol the Government, they Send for testimonials, free. had had a navy In every water" of the P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, globe and nu army of 2,000,000 of O. fighting men in the field. BtSTSold by Druggists, 75c. t. ) 1 terms of.varying lengths in the penitentiary. Whatever fascination the business might have, it is not to be increased by looking over this collection which represents the wrong- -' doing ol men and women who are made to suffer the penalties ol their ctitnes. Some of the picturesof the men and women who, have been arrested for counterfeiting show that they are not ofthe ordinary criminal type, but are THE FUCTIMl SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH. evidently plain people living in the ( Counter ,t with tht statt A A M O tUpe ) country, who have perhaps Ignorant-l- y lllsheot titllrlnl I'.nluroiii?iit, llioior touimunueaUU oritur ut the Col leg, mud tu tlj lrrMcut yielded to temptation nnd ndopted o( tho wittla Hrrrlrjr nnd nf tho Trmwnrrr la;iilnr Ha Herurlty Truit and bafety this business as an easy way of maklllnlouiaui. Vault On KIY Uaarniy ofiucce-ttu- l lti;COttHK.NIl'.l ing money. It is certainly uot as tuttfiiti, wboHeaaUrieancgreiato liundrrtlooc Inllura pvr llionaitttf t.y. Nroreoannum leading pro-- r hard as digging potatoes or hoeing . .frj:ili:.M of the feavlonal nnd bunlneaa men who are Ha (Dnda corn, that is, In the amount of physinmt pntrona. Mjatrnt af Kttual, luarllcnl iiaed In eer Ui'Prt-mn-t. litilnra lntrurtlAHequal 4 by nny other plan. cal effort put forth, and then it is usumaWf 9 muntha LiTIMT AMI lllJIU.TJaVAItIM, "All tlm tlrat t'reniluiua, Uold and Hmnr-- Medala nnd ally represented that the returns are lilplomas, eto ," at the lutrrnallunnl Mid awarded the ltlntr Kxiioaltlaii, In tula Collegeeyatcm of very large nnd the risks small. IlonlfKerplnar uaed lira! 13 yearn practlcml f Uualiiran HepitrtmenU expert accountant. tanvrltncoaabook-kreperanFxperience generally pioves that WOHMI1' t'O. AU'AIII IIKJlir.HT I.L'.MHIVN KXItl4lTION to " Ametlcan Hya both ol these latter representations tern ot Khortband," lauglit In thl (u1Ur , ami .n(torouient In tha world are false, but then it is too late to be of Ibe Illslirol to the head of our Hhortliand licpartmvnl an reporter), from the authora of this jtem. ruined TK.IjKIJItAl'HV, MiifMprlnlriiileiil of our much use to a man who has IrleKrnpli Njslein llllHiiy anilpraetlrnl oxperteiice. haa n record his life nnd Is suffering the penalty of ftlpUt nt 11 year' irutu Dispatcher, with the fPratur to Chief Train l.iua In America. i:ndorrd by the law. However, there nre always Uptntnr. TnJn Dispatchers, riuperlntendenu those who think they will be exceptand f lendlnc raiiwny and teleeraphcompanlea lio World owning and Tho Only Arlion! In Hallway bjateru (ur tbo ions to the general rule and this is one operating a (Otnpkie purpoio nf nuiiitt Ita graduatei lo go direct to why the ranks of counterfeitrood iMUltloiip na practical uperatora. wuliMIVItl,AI lNfeTItUCTION In all reason deonrtmanla ers nre kept recruited and that the lo CluausWorb. M ffnib S rSiii m rS Mnsfs tots W vl i S wlBBm fflS Ml'f We have the largest circulation, but want more. Eemem-be- r $1.25 gets The Louisville Commercial one year. .. Republican and "I was in Congress when Lincoln in the White House and saw a great deal of htm. He was a man who knew nothing ot physical fear, and while men about him used to tell him stories of possible assassination, and the necessity of care, Lincoln never seemed to pay much heed to them. He was oiten seen walking- - about the streets or making frequent excursions to the forts and camps and other points about Washington. I don't thiuk he was nlraid of anything on earth. "With all his. cares-h- e always had time to listen to or tell a good story, and I can picture him now ns he used to walk up nnd down his ollice in.tlie White House, rubb.ng his shaggy head with one hand, while he held the other against the small of his back, aud laughed delightedly at some story Lincoln alwhich wa3 being told. ways laughed as hard at his own stories as he did at yours, so he had a great many laughs In the course of a day. building tho other day," said Luther Lafllu Milla, "I rccnlled, nmoug my memories nome!iOv connected with it, that of n remarkable leap for liberty. "Abont 15 yours ago X prosecuted a young follow for tho crimo of burglary. He wan convicted and sentenced to priAfter sts far a trcm of six years. a he was boinR conveyed hy a deputy sheriff from tho courtroom to the jail, across tho passage connecting tho two buldlngs, which I have oftou regarded as a 'Bridge- of Sighs,' tho yonDg burglar suddenly sprung over the low hand railing, which was then tho only protection of tho bridge, landed on his feet 45 feet below, and, recovering himsolf, made, u bold dash for liberty Ho started on a run north on Dearborn nvenuo, pursued by dopnty sheriffs nnd policemen, mid was finally recaptured in a barn not for from Lincoln park When thoy brought him back, his his eyes flashing, his shirt collar thrown open, ho looked like n young hero of romance. A few days later he was taken to stato's prison, whero he served lilt) term. "Passing over tho Clark street bridge thoro recurred to me tho memory of another leap one for Ufa Ouo ovcuing nbout five years ago on approaching that bridge I found it open nnd a crowd of women innstato about of excitement A policeman informed mo that a woman hod fallen iuto tho river. 'What's being done to save herl" I demanded. Before tho officer had a chance to reply n young fellow rushed through the crowd, throw off his coat nnd vest, put his hands together aud shot into tho wator.- - He caught the woman as she was going down tbo third time, struck out for tho shore, aud both ho aud slio wcro landed in safety. "I heard a man bay to the rescuer, 'What's your uanio?' 'Ihnvo no name ju,which tho public Is interested,' he rcpleu. 'But you're a hero,' urged tue man, 'and yonr name deserves to be inado known. ' Tho young man shook his head aud peremptorily refused to his namo. I happened to got a (food look at the fellow, aud thero came to mo a suddou flash of recognition. Ho was the samu ouo who had made tha leap for liberty from the Dridgo of Highs. "Things went better with tho yonug fellow after that," continued Mr. Mills. "Ho got on aud prospered nnd is now a vvoll to do commeroial traveler. " Chicago Inter Ocean. e, , 1,000-meunu- ItAItTFUnn, KY. Will prnctico his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given collections. Office east side of puh'ii square. Hkavrw. HEAVRIN Shelby Taylor. & TAYLOR, ' SAMTORD, KY. Will practice thier profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and in the Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office, next door to Bank of Hartford. RltorneysatLaw Perry Wcsterfield, Attorney at Law. Beaveb Dam, Ky. R. R. WEDDING Attorney at Law, Hartford, Ky. Will practice bis profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Fublic. Office, mora 20, Hartford House. W. HrBARIUES PDLTAT LAWf Hartford, Ky. practice WILL courts of his profeseion in all Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office next door below Corumeri cial Hotel. Jo. B. ROGERS, Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will practico his profession in tho courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Careful attention given to ail busineu entrusted to him. Office in Repub- lican Building. rilTloH.-'u- r It. Uuamntee l'lAn,1 aenlfroe. Write for will aavn you money Wrlm ilonK NTirilY,973.000. OO UiiMrnnlro IhHt for Inatructfoni, or money n our t'olltgn la an repreaentnd, NK1V HiriLIlNJt funded. ok tied, erected and furnished by ua, to meet th requirement! of our practical system of luairuc lrr, tivu. I'urnaee llestl. ft Ifrlrlr Llglit, ventilation. The largest and moat per Iierfect equipped ltusliiea Colleito llulldlnff nnnilt. reataupon thetr Mord only, will tell you that they will give you tho "same," or a " more " or fur lhorooli iurau." In 11 leaa time," completeImi a takea to tnoney," etc , than emirai with ua lUrvssr of audi claims, Illuatrated Catnlogue free . Ilivy r V- UAL11UUN. IT nclpal. Addrcu, C leilngtois Ky. with any eourae, 1'enmanihlp, limine OurriaiKtndencv, Commercial Jaw, Commercial AHthntello and Helllng Il:n rla. Got our prices on picnic bills and wo do your work. Best work guaranteed.Soo us bdforo going else-"vvhor- constipation. By removing the cause a cure u gukwu. Ju'onl(MmrV Orano Or)., W. I. Dn. Fixncai Dear Sir I autrernl untold misery Kith bloedlna riles. 1 could let no relief night or day, until 1 comment uslos; your Tleauut I'elieu." ana now lor iwp rear, or more, I hare not been troubled with If the ullesi 1 my towel set In a constipated condition. take a dose ot Dr. rterce'a I'leu. ant l'tllots, and the trouble Is all dispelled liont'e, Don't fail to sign your name to contributions. Don't get mad if your visitors name does not appear in the personal column. Ferhape you did not tell the editor; he's no mind reader. Don't stop yourpaper if yourthree-colum- n contribution Is condensed into eight lines. The condenser may have done you a great favor. Don't declare n paper unreliable because an important i(em contains a grave error. The edltoc'inay have gotton his Information from your brother. Don't say there is nothing In a piper unless you have some bright sparkling thought of juicy news item that you do not see in its columns. Times may be dull. Don't say a paper is "no account" unless you have demonstrated some ability to ru none yourself. Perhaps you have failed In every thing you tried to do. ar reading noDon't ask a tice calling attention to- a ad. You wouldn't" give a man a box A LIST ot roiuonf rbr you ihould In of cigars along with a paetnge of ciDr. lleroa'i Ut upon hsTinff l'loaunt rilleu, and nothing garettes well we guess not. cIm In ttlr place i Don,t take a paper from the post Daoaiue there tho tmalliit, uui ina jiinum w uw In office for five years and then jefuse to rtflcausa they're the eaiieit their way. No dUturbance, no pay for it because you "never subTheir reaction afterward. scribed for it nohow." This Is thievlatt. They absolutely and permaery, pure aii'l simple. You could have Indinently pure lUliouinera, refused It four years aud eleven gestion, Constipation, Blclc Headache, and Sour Stomach. The months before. Danville Advocate. mcut common cauto ot TIIm Li five-dollone-doll- "Occasionally he would seem wrapt in A fashion of sentimental gloom. The war pained him exceedingly in a The thought Of the personal way. slaughter of men nnd the sorrow nnd trouble of their families would worry him ns much ns if every soldles who personal was killed was his long-tim- e friend. Now nnd then somebody who had deserted, or Injsome other fashion violated mUiatary law, would be sentenced to be shot. Lincoln never failed to pardon everyone of them it the case was brought to him. He would not let one of them be executed One day be said to me, when I wjs visiting at the White House: 'Voor hees.dou't you kuow.it seems strange to me that a man of my nature aud my former surroundings should have been brought to a place like this. Doesn't it strike you as queer that I, who never had heatt enough to kill a chicken, and whom the bight of blood never failed to make sck, should be placed in this position, with rivers and torrents of blood flowingall about me, and be obliged to take part in it, and live in it year after year?' "Lincoln was certainly a great American, nnd; an ahujidant type ol ofthe American .of his time. Ages The Emotion ofj Grief In Animals. Dntcli was n browu retriever of ad vanced years. Curly was reputed to bo n Scotch terrier, but hisappoarauco suggested some uncertainty in his descent Dutch was chained to her kennel, aud Curly, who enjoyed his liberty, evinced his friendship by frequently takiug bones aud othor canine delicacies to his Ouo morning less fortuuute friend. Curly presented himself at tho house, oviuclng numlstakablo signs of grief by his demeanor and his whines. A visit to tho kenuel, where poor Dutch was found lying dead, showed the occasion Wo buried of Curly's nuhappiuews. Dutch decorously nndcr a vino in tho garden' and supposed that Curly woujd forget tho incident, but wo woro touched to seo him In the capacity of faithful Mourner often revisit tho spo,t where his old Iriend was laid, takiug with htm, by way of offering, choice bones, which ho carefully buried by tho grave. This prnctico Curly continued for two years, when we loft tho house, Cor. London Spectator. Attorney HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in all th courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Careful attention will bo given to al Col business entrusted to his care. Office with the lections a specialty. county Attorney. Also Notary Puhli at Law, Attorney GREENVILLE, Law, at KY. Will practice his profession in nil the courts jf Muhlenberg aud adjoiniug counties. Special attention will be given tQ collections and all buainpta ejitruatod t bis care. Offlsa nt3t atoer balorr poerofflc. E3. IP. 3NT3E.Llji, (Cbmity Attorney) ,&w, I Attorney &t HARTFORD, KY. rhotocraphlujc the Growth of I'Unts. Photographing has lately boon applied to record tho movements of growing plants, and it is not necessary to add that some curious results have boeu obtained. A photograph of a growing hop vino, taken at intervals ot CO seconds, shows that tho movements of the yonug stems consist of a succession ot irregular circular nnd elliptical curves, which vnry every minute, even as to direction. Photography has also proved, contrary to tho old accepted idea, that pluuU grow continuously and uninterruptedly, eveu when asleep. St Louis Republic, luthlnsr In the Sea. Tlioto who suffer from irritation of the skin, or skin diseases, should not batho lu tho ton, aud it is bettor for thorn uot to have sea air, but to go to sonio inland holiday resort, aud llttlo children especially, when suffering from eczema, should uot bo allowed sea bathing. A Gallant Inquiry. Sho I was iu Cleveland for a week onco and didn't sea a iluglo attractive thing daring the wholo time. He (soulrully porsounl) uow could that be? Don't thoy havo mirrors iu Detroit Froo Press. OJovolandl Will practice his profession in tho Courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties. Special attention given to colWe recognise that the salety of a lections. Office iu Courtnouso. State is best promoted by the fosterJNO. B. WILSON, ing of a liberal system of common school, and we pledge ourselves to enlarge and Increase the present system so that reasonable opportunity may HARTFORD, KY. be given to every child in the State to col given obtain n solid business education. SPEdAL attentionabstracts, to &o., making also Notary Publio fur Ohio County. Ollice North side of public spure. Attorney at Iaw J. CURES mmmmmmimBmammmammmmmmmmmmmuamm R. PIRTLE SCROFULA. BLOOD POISON. o. byneitdsy. - How our Democratic friends do dilate and orate on the improvement in business. They publish In their papers and roll as a sweet morsel under their tongues every report ol Increase in wages no matter how small evea after they have been running on low wjges. or closed down nltgether ever since that party came into power. '.riinret CANCER. ECZEMA, TETTER. I s THE DENTIST HARTFORD. KENTUCKY. paints so very olowly to nature, und with such marking touches, that ho gives tho very look an actor ought to wear vvhcu ho Is 011 his scone. Cumber hind. Shukpspouro 5 BLOOD Is prepared to do any and all kinds of Dental Operations, Trices most reasonable. Office over Williams & Bell's Drug Stoic - ' im SUM M - n r. ,l.,iM .wmSihiii . Hartford Ropublican FUnUSlIBD EVKRY FKIDAY MOUNINO NAM A. AMU'.llNO.V JO. II. IKHir.ltN As political bosscsQunyand Crokor IIahmn's and Hill nro not In it with Wat Hnr-dl- n. work. "nlggnh" racket won't .l'rarlc)or. F.illtnr. 30, 1895. Friday, August, Subscription, $1.25 par yoar. REPUBLICAN DEVICE. .' TO VOTE THE KEPUBLIOAN TICKET PUT THE X UNDER THE LOG CABIN. The Republican Stato Central Conimittco recently adopted the Log Cabin as the emblem to be placed upon tbo Republican ballets instead of the Eagle against the use of winch tho Democrats wero about Instituting Tho Log Cabin is an injunction. the emblem adopted by the old Whigs in tho campaign of I84O and the sug gestion was found hero. To vote the Republican ticket stamp the X in the space below the Log Cabin. Republican Ticket. Governor, COL. WM. 0. BRADLEY. of Garrard county Lieutenant Governor, WM. J.WOKTHINGTON, of Greenup county. Auditor, BAM II. STONE, of Madison county. Secretary of State, CHARLES FINLEY, of Whitley county. llMiiuiiimi when voting limo comes now as If Maryland and to stamp your ballot under tho Lor Kentucky will bo admitted Into tlio Cabin. Republican ranks nt tbo enmo tltno--tbfall. Tiintinio for organisation Is nt hand. Let tlio Republicans of Ohio A rROMiNEXT young Democrat was county get to work in earnest nnd heart to say this week ho thought keep everlastingly at it. Kentucky would givo about 00,000 A California mob on Sunday night Republican majority this fall, and as for himself bo was going to voto that took four men one nt ntlmo from tho county jail nnd lynched them. As ticket. tbo last 0110 wns taken from his cell Seciictaky Carlisle Is thinking of ho said to thofo about him: "Tell my coming back, to Kcntncky to try and dear mother I nm innooont of tho get the scattered Democracy together crime." again, but his efforts w uld bo futilo, TiiKparado ol tho Knight Temand ho now realizes it would bo a plars on Tuesday was tho most hopeless task. pagcaut ovci witnessed in One of tho strongest and best in- Boston and the greatest Masonic drill formed Democrats In Hartford was over seen In America. Thero wero recently heard to remark that ho 24,000 men hi line at ono time and would not support Hardin and that he thoparado was witnessed by 750,000 believed the race was between Bradpeople. ley and Pcttit with tho former well Gen. Hardin is nppealing to tho in the lead. prejudices of tho people and is striv-- i Instead of tho Hardinsburg Leader ing hard to win on tho negro quesceasing publication, it came out last tion, on which Democratic candidates week, looking blighter and newsier havo rung tho charges for twenty-fi- vo The Republicans of than ever. years. A mnn guilty of such Breckenridgo should stand to tho Bmall practices deserves as ho is fast Leader and with its assistance they winning tho contempt of tho ecnscrv will roll up a majority in that county ative men of bis own party. this fall which will astonish all On tho night of August 8 tho Republicans of Greenville met nnd orMr. Will P. Scott, of Central ganized n Republican Club, as may City, was in town Monday and in be seen by tho minutes published conversation with a Republican man elsewhere in this issue. Tho club said Muhlcnburg county would give with twenty-on- o members a handsome majority for the State and is the first Republican club or ticket this fall, and from his travels ganized in the townsiucc 1S7G. The through tho Stato he felt certain in membership now numbeiseighty-fivsaying the Stato would go at least and accessions aro ruado nt every 30,000 for tho Republican ticket. So meeting. Tho Republicans of Green-vill- o mote it be! are to be congratulated upon The Republicans of Clay, Jackson their excellent example and at tho and Owsley have nominated H. C. last meeting steps woro taken looking Tho to the organization of clubs throughBaldwin for the Legislature. out the county. Lookout for old SenRepublicans of tho Seventeenth atorial District met at Mt. Vernon Muhlenburg in Novcmbeil It looks ts Democratic daily and that tho DemoIn Kentucky Is In Its death throes. In thi state of nfintrs nothing but Hardin's unreasoning disregard of the voice ot his party, oould drive tho iW from his support. cratic party DEFEAT "To Save tlie Party we Must Defeat Hardin," T11 U1111I It Is now conceded on nil hands (IrintrrK mill liirinira. that GREENVILLE REPUBTiIaNS Organize a Club and goto Saya tho Louisvilio Post, a Work In Earnest for Brad- Domooratic Pa- lov and thn Emirn por. Stato and Countv Rend what the Louisville Post, n Ticket. The Republicans of Greenville met at the Court HouseoiiTliursday night the 8th of August, for the purpose of organizing n Republican Club, nnd proceeded to organize by electing J.C. Klttlngcr President and W. V. Lewis Secretary. O. II, Harris was nominated for assistant Secretary by Frank Vnugbt and unanimously elected. Moved by J. I,. Rogers that a committee on rules be appointed by the Chlar. Carried unanimously. Committee on rules, J. I,. Rogers, J. N, Lyons, W. W. Lewis, D. J. Gist and I.cnsey Kllops. Moved and carried that the Club be named the William O. Bradley Club. Moved and carried that ttie proceedings be publ.shcd in the Central City Republican and. the Hartford Riirun-lican- . J. C. KiTTiNrtKu, Pres. W, W. Lkwis, Sec'y. lending Democratic piper has to say about Gon Hardin: Mr. Hnrditi, who announced June 3 that he would not nllow n few scruples to stand between him and a nomination, having obtained that nomination by his pledge In advance to abide by the notion of the convention, has declared open war 011 nil the convention stood lor, is preaching free silver In the face of the platform, nnd, like Tweed in New York, on Saturday, he nsked the people of Kentucky: "Well, what are you going to do nbout It?" We repent thisquostlon and will repent it every day until the November election. To the Democracy of Kentucky it Is the most serious situation in its mag-ulficic- nt history. Chris-tendo- n. Vrnytr .Merlin;;. IlAnTPORD, Aug. 27,9S. Mr. Editor: Dear sir: Allow me n space In your paper I would like to say that on thcith Saturday in September we will holda meeting in the Fair Ground to return thanks unto the Lord tor his wonderful blessings and to bless the Lord for his wonderful blessings to the farmers aud the people for their wonJerful crops, aud to contribute a tree will ofTering towaN the benevolent causes, whatever the people are mindful to give. Yours truly, m William Johnson, Pastor of M. E. Church, known as Horton's Chapel, Treasurer, GEORGE W. LONG, of Grayson county. Attorney General, JUDGE W. S. TAYLOR, of Butler county. Supt. of Public Instruction. W. J. DAVIDSON, of Pulaski county. Rigister of the Land Office, CHARLES 0. REYNOLDS, of Fayctto county. Commissioner of Agriculture, LUCAS MOORE, of Marion county. Railroad Commissioner 1st Diet. JERRY R. PORTER, of Hickman county. For State Senator, i: y i - DR. A. D. JAMES. For Representative from Ohio County C. M. BARNETT. For Coroner, L. W. HUNT. To tho "Voters of Ohio County Having been nominated by the Democratic party for the Legislature, I am before you asking yoursuflrage. I can only pledge you that If elected I will look after and guard your interests as I would my own, and endeavor to represent the whole people, irrespective of parties. I will appreciate your vote. Respectfully, Sam K. Cox. SPECIAL NOTICE. M We havo made repeated appeals to subscribers who are in arrears with us; some have responded cheerfully and paid one year in advance, others i to our noTo all those who havo paid we aro very thankful, to those who have not paid, we ask you again to call or send in that subscription account you have paid no attention tices. owe. We are at a great expense ery week and MUST havo what is due us on subscription. Look at the label on your paper and you will see ev- bow 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 tho same as any other account, and you will confer a great favor on us by paying AT ONCE. See that your premises are up. cleaned SickLook to your back yard. ness througout the country now. The Democratic State Campaign Committeo of Kentucky is calling, calling for more funds to carry on their hopeless campaign. Reports come from every part of Ohio county and tho Fourth Congressional District of a cheering nature regarding the largo Supplement we sent out to our many readers last You always find The Re week. run moan ahead of the times. is indeed gratifying to tho publisher of The Repuiilican to note tho increase In trade in every depart ment of its business, but this increase of trado docs not lessen the expenso of the office, but on the other hand they increase, and as a gentle reminder of what you owe, you will Give us a finannolo tbeso things. cial call. It will be appreciated. IiJ ! It h w Uh CUKtg HHtKt All 11: IW 13 rtoJt CounH Bjrup. Tuu In tlniA. Sold br (In Pri Monday and nominated Hon. W. H. ew Itrpulillrnii Dull-- . As time approaches interest in the Clark, of Jackson county, for the G. A. The new Republican paper will be R. Encampment continues to called the Owensboro Daily Tribune, Senate. Hon. H. H. Gamble, of increase. Louisville is preparing to says the the Owensboro Messenger. Blaine, has been put up "by the Repub- give the in front of him. "How is it my great organization nnd visit- A I'nlillr Nprnkliiii. complete outfit including type.press from Boyd ors licans for Representative friend?" inquired the minister, "that Capt. C A. Powur, of Indiana, will a reception worthy of Kentucky's and engine lias been purchased in you arc the only one in all this large speak at I'ordsvllle on I'riday, Sept. and Lawrence counties. reputation for generous hospitality. Chicago for it. The paper will apcongregratlon who is unable to meet flth at 1 30 o'clock. All are conlially It is tho part of every Kentuckian to pear about September 10. A stock The original tariff bill, known as his obligations?" "I publish .1 news- invited to hear one of the greatest tho Wilson bill, was so changed as to make the meeting a success in so far company capitalized nt 3,000 has paper," he meekly replied, "and my orators of IndUnn. He will also as he may be able, and especially is been formed and $2,000 of stock sold. convert it from a free trade measure brethren here, who have just stood up speak at I'ordsvllle the next day. to one which is protection full of er- this true ot Kentucky old soldiers. More of it will be placed, it is believ-c- year. Thepeople spoke at the June are iny subscribers "Let us V. W. Pirtlk, Ch'm'n O C P.P.Coui. m il in a fqwllays. The present stock- convention. prayP'oxclaimed the minister. rors. It affords protection in spots, Nothing can add moro to the meeting Mr. BlHckburn defied thafconveti-tio- n hence business is improving only in than tho attendance of the Kentucky holders are George II. Dalns.L. Reno, Cry Why nm o iti oncp ij- - jour Last year at Pittsburg F. II. Roberts, II. G. Overstreet and and began a campaign ot his own titirrlillnt li Men who denounced it now veterans. spots. quarters wero furnished for 2,500 J. F. Kinibly. The office will be in in oppossition to every declaration of claim that it is an able and benficial JCouisville measure that is doing the country a Kentuckians and only about forty at- Dr. Kimbles's building, corner Third that convention. Dl.nnnlu 1I. ttlxrit Anny n In August Hardin followed not the great good. They were wrong when tended. Ohio county should be well and St. Elizabeth streets, recently Por the best pictures taken. On wl SI vacated by F. A. Ames & Co.The pa" convention, but Blackburn; preached represented at tho meeting. Qo. November 15th, 1895, we shall give they denounced it or they are wrong free silver, and on Saturdny said, in per will be started as a six column away One Thousand Dollars In gold now. for the best pictures taken by the The longer the joint debates be- folio, but it is expected soon to be en- effect, to the committee that he was a 14 Main St.. Camera. Henry Watterson, the great cdi-t- tween Hardin and Bradley continue larged. George H. Dains will be law unto himself. The prizes will be awarded ts folmanager and F. II. Roberts, chief edThat Is the situation with which says: of the Courier-Journ"I the more completo is Bradley's victolows- Joo in gold will be given for Owensboro, the best picture taken by tills Cam-erhave no idea PresldentCleveland con- ry nnd the more humiliating is Har- itor. The local staff has not yet been Democrats have to deal. It is simple enough. selected, but Robt. Frey will proba Hardin cannot tiiumph as $100 for the second best; '50 for siders the idea of another nominadin's undoing. At every coming toKy. the third liest; $t$ for the fourth long as there is even a remnant in tion, but if by any concentration of gether the Republican nominee shows bly be upon it. best; $15 lor the filth best: $10 for the Kentucky faithful to the principles of miracles Mr.Cleveland should be ihe his superiority over his opponent. sixth Painless Denistry a Specialty. each best, and lor the next 40 beat $5 tlie party or Jefferson. will be given; for the next 80 nominee he would not carry a county The latter continues his cry of "nig-ga- h" Our celebrated Crown and Bridge best $t 50 each will be given, and for To save the party we must defeat in the United States. There never and Free Silver, while the forWork or Teeth without Plates applied the next joo best pictures taken by Hardin. without pain nnd guaranteed to give the Lacrosse Camera $1 each will be was a braver, more gallantly led band mer stands firm for Sound Money nnd perfect satisfaction. given, making in all Ji.ooo given than the immortal 306 who stood for reform in State affairs. The people Ilnrlni Dllrniiim. Gold Crowns $5 to $7 nwny. Grant in that historic convention at are not slow to choose between such That the Democrats overestimated We shall do this for two reasons, Porcelain Crowns $3 the qualifications of P.Wat Hardin Best set of Tetth (no better made to $4 viz: The first to introduce the Chicago, and when they failed of sue. candidates, representing such princino when they tendered him the nominaCamera for 1895; the second, matter how much you pay) . . $8 cess it was written never to be erased ples, and Mr. Bradley's popularity Itmirtonji Mr. II. K. James and family, of tion for the Governorship of the great A Good Set f 6 to educate the amateurs in phonograthat a third term is repugnant to the with the masses increases daily. Good I'flllngs ?i up phy. This contest closes' on NovemUnited States." Nearly nil conservative Democrats near McIIenry, have moved into our State of Kentucky is now conceded. Platinum Alloy ." $1 ber 1st, 1895. Gen. Hardin, in place of making Silver town, , This camera can be used byanyoiie admit that Hardin's defeat is almost 75c Hardin has not only Inst thousands inevitable. J. R. Albin went to Centertown the complete failure he did before the Kxtractlng, per tooth 2$c nnd is sold under a positive written In the mean time let guarantee to do the work or money great audience hi Louisville, should Painless extrcting with Vitalired of votes by bis miserable failures on Sunday. Republicans keep their eye on the Air 50c refunded. the rostrum, but is out a namesake as R. C. Edmonds, of near Horton, have frankly acknowledged, like an Sent by express with fnll instrucgun. PAINLHSS KXTRCTING by the awkward country boy in a debating use was in our town Sunday. well. Read this message: of our Vitalized Air l'RIHi when tions and rules governing this conThere is a protracted meeting in society, that he wa3 "unprepared." Artificial Teeth are ordered. test upon receipt ol express money MiDDLEscor.ouon, Aug. 23. The Democratic Conference on Sat- progress at this place under the man- Hemadeapeifect flash, no speech nt Gold Pilling in your Artificial Teeth order tor $1 75. Hardin's stand on the money quesurday decided to prepare an address agement of Kev. G. T. Dayle, Hunts-vill- nil, and was so 'rattled Remember, A Written Guarantee that he same as your natural Teeth. tion has caused a small revolution in Goes with Kvery Camera. to thepeople ofKentucky setting forth couldn't read his manuscript. Ky. Offlco Pormanantly tho Lane family, of this place. A Address, LaCrusse Specialty Co., the policy of the party and its candiIlls position on the silver question Prof. Birch Shields, Cromwell, and Locatod. LaCrosse Wis. Out oct. 1 few days alter the nomination of Hardates. The policy of a party Miss Eva Cox, of near Select, eloped lost him the support of thousands nnd din a baby boy was born into Ihe usually determined by the platform to Rockport, Ind., last week nnd were thousands ol his party, who can not is Lane family, and being ot the good support such wild currency schemes, but not so with Kentucky Democrat married; Good Times are Here Again and the Bnsstrs. old Democratic stock, they and it he remains on the track, they cy as she is writ and spoke these latat once named the kid Wat Hardin, will either vote for Bradley or remain ter days. That old Democratic hem, but now the boy's namo will bo awny from the polls altogether. Gen. Buckuer, has canceled his apt changed to Andrew Jackson. The When Baby u lck, wo gare hr Castorla. The most humiliating part of it is pointmeuts to speak in the western Wbrn the wu a CliIM, hs cried for Castorla. boy's father says ho will not vote at the desertion ofthe Louisville press. part of the State until the address is When fche became Mta abo ilung to Castoria. all this year. That speech killed the most ardent, Is to the front with an unuauallly attractive premium list. published, so that ho may be in acWben alia lioj ChUJren, ahe gare ttivm Caatorla, influential support he had. The cord with his party when ho does What is more disgusting or aggralivening Post nnd Anzeiger, he GerThe Gray Eagle of Glen vating to anyone than to fee a man speak. man paper have dropped liim like a Lily is on n hopeless wildgoose chase, always into everything that comes up, hot potato, while theCourler-Jourual'- s iti:ioiu uitovi:. but never wants to put up money to if ho expects to keep up with all the )ur school is progressing nicely editorials are diverted to other subWill Commence of his party as it is now under the management of Prof. Cofer jects. defray his part of the expenses? We Geu.Buck-ne- t havo .seen him and he lives in Hart, managed nnd controlled. Hardin's defeat is assured. as principal and Miss Letltia Burford is too great a man to be dancing ns the assistant. ford. Along this line might be menCommercial. tioned the roan "who is always devis- around to Wat Hardin's music. His The sining at Mr. Bailey's last Dorotliy'a Piirly 1'rork. ing ways whereby he can make his party is runuing on tho breakers SuuJ.iy eve was largely attended and i The material used for it is fine dotThe Fair Grounds nt OWENSBORO, K.Y., nre acknowledged lo b'a creditors wait for what he owes them and he should go homo and just let all present report a pleasent time. ted muslin. The skirt, which reaches bettor arranged and nro the finoat Fair Qrouuds in the Stato. Hardin fix it. MUb Julia Burford, after spending by some pretext or other, when in rebelow her knees and is a bit longer Tho Itace Track Is a model for a half milo track and has beon kept several dnys In Vine Grove, returned ality he doesn't mean to pay. If than Geraldlne's, is laid In a double in bettor oondition this year thnn nt nny previous timo. accompanied by home Wednesday, PETTIT OR HARDIN. you have not seen him you ought to t nt each side of the front; Tho Louisville Potl of Tuesday her friend, Mr. Smith. stay around a printing office for a it midway of each is n full SPEED KINGS. Mr. and Mrs. J O. Pate spent Satfew days and you will see some peo- compares Mr. Hardin and Mr. Pcttit cluster of loops of ribbon of a pale No enlranco feo, no deduction. urday and Sunday at Mill Creek. The speed rings are open without ple who will deny their accounts every very much to the discredit of the forblucshade. In the back the Miss Jessie Spalding is visiting the chnrgu to nil comers. If your horso don't win it dou't cost you nnythiog. time, and you will see tho man who mer. Among other criticisms it says flare, as there are no ribbons to hold Missis Pates, of Meade county, at the Tho show in tho Amphitheatre will be up to the usual standard, whioh them down, but this flare is not so is always telling the editor he will pay that Mi. Pettit is n far better speaker prise nt lime. guaronteoa world beaters and brings flno nnd fancy stock from ovory whore. great that it suggests the skirts of an in a few days, but the few days never and debater than Mr. Hardin, that Mr Ciarlle Gardner, of Lakeland, Hero aro a few premiums: he stands squarely upon the platform older girl, or the use of either hairarrive. i. here on a visit to his mother. cloth or wire. The bodice is laid in Saddlo Stallion, Mnro of his party, while Mr. Hardiu lias or Gelding , Mr. Charlie Chenault, Glasgow, is 8100 00 Chairman Charles Long, of the repudiated his platform. Tho article, soft plaits Irom the neck to the waist, Fine stallion , , the family of Mr. I. M Mor-gi- n unnn Democratic Committee, called a con which altogether is iuterestin' readin', and the broad flaring collar nnd re Registered saddlo stallion, maro or gelding 70 00 verse are male of butter lace nnd ference ot tho committee with Mr. closes in these s'anrp words: Mare A years old and upwards Mi C. Thompson, of Vullcy Creek, , , so 00 t dged with a w d frill of It. These Hardin and others for Louisville on "Mr. Pettit is a man of utnuy Ideas; ' in in our midst Sunday, iiarnossstaiuon, maro or gelding , , iqO 00 reverse meet at the walst-liuand a last Saturday, and before the meeting Mr. Hardin Is the man of one. Mr., Mr Hill nnd little daughter, Geor-if- , 80 00 picturcfque waistcoat effect Is gained amnion, general ubo there were wild rumorsof asking Har- Pettit stands by his platform; Mr ol this place, are visiting in Bui-- 1 Combined stallion, maro or gelding Hardin repudiates his. Mr. Pettit by the white plaits ot the bodice t , , , , , jqq 00 of nominating am din to resign and it omity this week. was the choice of the party; Mr. Hsr showing between the yellow reverse. ilare, general use ,80 00 other candidate, but Wat met tho din was forced on his patty ngninst Little Dovu. GO 00 The sleeves are of muslin, full above Double team wish. Mr. Pettit bows to the will Committee and tho party leaders, in- its the elbows and then shaping in to Harness gelding 100 00. cluding "tho star oyed goddess1' and of the majority; Mr, Hardin's o.vi will is a law to him. Mr. Pettlt.it . Cry the wrists. A very narrow frill ot Saddlo gelding , , , 80 00 the result was that P. Wat simply Frankfort would be prudent, caution' lace Is the edge finish, and a knot ot Harness stallion 100 00 bossed the whole shooting match as painstaking, industrious; MrWI.irli blue ribbon is on each n short distance Harness mare 80 00 he saw best and Mr. Loug and his would be obstinate, Indolent nnd d 1.1 above the wrist. The stockings and Saddle stallion To lie it Doctor, gerous to all Interests. Mr. Petlil's 100 00 committee were effectually Mt upon election would not necessarily nuan ' Mr. SidJ.Iyers, a popular young shoes ore black and the sash ribbon Saddle mare 80 00 even the star eyed goddess was a the election of Blackburn; theelecii n traveling matt, who has scores of is of pale blue like the knots on the Itockaway maro or gelding fiOOO "ieedle" bulldozed. Mr.Hardin will of Hardin makes Blackburn's it ui friends in Hartford and Ohio county, frock. When Charles the Second was Model ringT the Senate inevitable. 50 00 go on preaching Free Silver and the has quit the road and has begun the a little boy he wore his hair Just as "Altogether, it would, In qu j ' Apply to tho Secretary at Owensboro, Ky., for entry blanks Sound Money Democrats either havo ment, be fur better for the Stwi- - mi I study of medicine. or premium It has always this little girl does to day, hanging to Bubmit to it and vote for Hardin, for the Democratic party toclut IV t been his desire to bea doctor and now loose, framing his face nnd with the list. L D. Uaor & Uro. nre lessees of nil privileges, refuse to vote at all or vote for Brad- it than to elect Hardin." as his fondest hopes are realized he Is ends just turned. September La- ley. Bear in mind tho foil is II gro.it very much elated. dies' Home Jourunl, J. W. OAItTER, Secretary, d, The revolt of the candidate Is the most open, the most flagrant and the least cxcuiablc imaginable. If nny man cnu by any device, by any pledge, by nny stratagem thus capture a nomination, nnd then bring the platform Into contempt by as sailing it on tltc stump, we are atnn end of all party government. The first principle of the Democratic party is submission to the will ofthe majority formally expressed. That will, formally expressed, Mr. Hardin has repudiated. Now, Dtmocrats, will you condone such nn oflensc? Will you permit such treachery to go unpunished? Will you accept unworthy servants ns your absolute masters? ' If, after all that has occurred since the convention, Mr.l Hardin's whip can drive the Democrats to the polls to vote for him, the party of Jefferson is overthrown. Democracy means a government by the people. The party except In New York has had a representative government, by means of which the people named is nominees nnd formu lated its principals. That wns done in Kentucky this Ootinaii lime Wilton TntifTnetof August 8, 1894, is a lallure as n revenue uisMure. Under It the Government, In n time of peace, Is Issuing bonds to meet current expenses. President Cleveland will of necessity ask CougtcM In December next to pain n bill to increnie the revenue The present law, with Its Inndequntc duties on farm products and free wool, is nu Invidious and odious discrimination ngninst the agriculturists of this country. The. slvcop fiumors have lost by free wool mow than $100,000,000 In the decline In value of sheep nnd wool. Congress now has the power to Incorporate In any revenue bill that may be passed pro visions for d utles on wool nnd other farm products, as amply Protective as the present duties for the most favor ed of the manufacturing Industries. You are urged to organize nnd demand that Congress incorporated in nny revenue bill that may be passed such Protection for our Industries. Let them be made n condition of any increase of revenues. There Is no reason why Congress should yield to the President iu denying us this measure ofjustice. IPhc will veto nny such bill or will not permit it to become n law without his signature ni lie did the present TnrlfT law-- let him take the consequences. Now is the time to urge members of Cons grew to do justice to the agricultural Industries of the country. tin Silver Rally and Free Dinner. will he a grand freo silvor rally and freo (Jinnor given at Prentis.Ky., on Saturday, Sept. 7. dipt. C. A. Power, ono of tho greatest orators of tho State oi Indiana,will speak in tho interest of the Free Coinago of Silver. Candidates of all political parties will he given nn opportunity to present their claims for suffrage. Ahigfreo dinner will he given to all who attend. invited. V. A. Swain and A. Ev-eryhody Thore William Lawrhncr, President of the National Wool Growers' Association. BltLLKl'ONTAINIt, OlIIO, 1895. L. Westerfield, Man- August agers. m 7, A Story was recently told about n preacher testing the effect of the hard times on his congregation. At the conclusion of one of his sermons he said: "Let everybody in the house who pay their dihts stand up." Instantly every man and woman and child, with once.xcception, 'rose to their The Grade Cards arc bttter, pretfeet. He seated the crowd and then said :"Lcte very man who dots not pay tier nnd cheaper than ever. They are his debts stand up." The exception tlu hadsomcflt in the market; just the noted, a careworn, hungry Individual, thing to make n child feel jubilant, clothed in his last summer suit, slow- and to keep ns a souvenir ofthe ly assumed a perpendicular position school. 35 cents a hundred 300 for tt and leaudcd upon the back of the seat ft.oo.at RfcruiiLicAnOffiec "Ilmr to Cure nil HUln llUrntr.' 4 Simply upply Swayne's No internal medicine required. Cures tetter, eczema, Itch, nil eruptions on the face, nose, &c.,lenv-in- g the skin clear, white and healthy. Its great healing nnd fcurntlvc powers are possessed by no other remedy. Ask your druggist lor Swavnk's Ointmunt. 34 jyr. Oint-ment." ft and" . Pitcher's Castorla. Children for Oental sTf l'rl.. 1 sse or a, New attractions,big races and a good time at the Hardin County Fair next month. e, ftThls Blue-gras- s DIVIESS bill THE FAIR FOR 1895 DGTORER tom-foolc- Car-rolt- amww.it i box-plai- box-pla- box-plai- j for Children Pitcher's Castoria. ..... . it MfUnpMhMMIt irrr fW'"' New nil goods ntPnlrllros, & Co's. We are in the lead. Shoe nrc chear Co's. Carson & Co. & BEAVER DAM. Mrs P. O. Austin and daughters, Sadie and Nell, hnve returned from a visit to friends in Louisville. Miss Mary B. Dent returned to her home in Leitchfield Monday. Mr. Claude Chick went to Sulphur Soring Sunday where he took charge of the school nt that place. Miss Rosa Tnylor has returned home from Dyorshurg, Tonn. Master Roscoe Barnard, Louisville, is visiting his sister, Miss Lottie, this week. School opened Monday. A large number of pupils matriculated nnd great work Is to be accomplished. Mr. II. D. Hunt was in Louisville this week on business. Mr. P. O. Austin nnd family the marriage of Mr. Henry Carson and Miss Anna Bean at the M. The bride aud E. Church, Hartford. groom took dinner at the Austin House en route for the East. Awarded FIRST FALL ,,PI,B New line neckware nt l'oir Co'a. Bros. & at Pnir tiros. rllghest Honors PR; World' Fair. BRECKINRIDGE- - School oulars trtken nt Fair Bros. & Co's. Mr. It. M. Coleman, in town. Louisville, is New Hue Belt Buckles nt Pnir Bros. NORMAL COLLEGE Will open the Fall Term Tuesday, Sopteinber 3, 1805, and continue 18 weeks. Fnuulty Htmlonl mny enter ntnny time. Clatecs to suit nil. Courses Teachers' lluiinew, (JhiMlcnl, .Scientific, Telegraphy, Music. Terms reasonable. Adilrotfl, flrsl-clns- g. &Co's. O. A. It. suits fS Co's. "Shipment ntPnlr Brot. & or NEW GOODS Arrived Gate's jeans, ynrns and llnscys nt Stevens & Rial nrc headquarters for Paif Bros. & (Vs. groceries. Pretty line itavy blue and blnck Look nt Stevens & Rial's line ol serge nt Pdir Pros. & Co's. queenswnre. dra- at Pretty line of scrims nnd fancy pery nt Pair nros, & Co's. Curry combs, brushes, Stevens & Rial's. etc., nt Fair Bros.& Co's last week. Opened now and ready for inspection. Qheap Kever vjvfever 60 Beautiful So Don't buy n dollar's worth until you see this line. NOTE OUR PRICKS. Good heavy bed ticking Very best bed ticking ' Heavies shirtings Good ted flannel S6In. red tabic linen Good cotton jeans tf table oil cloth Pretty line new pcrcnls for wnists nt Fair Bros &Co's. Ilnlr cloth, grass cloth, buckskin Lite styles in fancy negligee shirts fiber linens nt Pnir ilros. & Co's. nt Pnir Bros & Co's. Por II. M. T. buggies cnll on Pield While trade picks up, Stevens & Prices to suit the times. Rial's prices go down, & Ilolbrook. H. L. Bullington is prepared to Wc take school orders. give you n quick, easy and close Carson & Co. shave. New line dark percal, for shirt Miss Maud Taylor, Beaver Dam, waists, at Fair Bros. & Co. was the guest of Mrs. Shelby Taylor Suppose you sec our fall Hats. this week. They are dandies. Carson & Co. Por a nice suit of clothes that fits Dark prints and ginghams for well nnd wears well sec Pair Bros. & school wear nt Pnir Bros. & Co's. Co's Hue, Another Hue ladles black nnd navy Mr. T. J. Dlllehny, St. Joseph, was in town the first of the week. MOST PERFECT MADE. A mm m AND CREAM- DR.. HAKDINSmjIUi, KY. 3E. SODE3:3L03ES.2LaE3T1l,, President. PLUT pure Grape Creim of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. Attyis. BRADLEY HARDIN. A Large Crowd ... . ioc 15c 7c 15c 20c ... ioc 20c tf sheeting Heavy brown cotton Good cnsslniere Yard wide white Linsey . . '. .25c Cate yarn (none to ciual it) . . . 75c Good fast color calico Teachers, we have an excellent line has accepted n position as stenogra5c 8c of grade cards, printed on the finest pher for Taylor & Mcllenry. Might grade dress glnhams 12 'Ac paper. Wool finish satincs Write us for samples. Misses Annie and Alice Tweeddlc, Pine black satincs izjic Kvansvillc, visited the family of their We buyBacou aud Hams, Chickens, Feathers, Gingscng nnd nil kinds uncle, Mr. R. T.Tweeddle, this week. of good country produce. Mr. Jos. H.Williams visited friends Carson & Co. and "relatives" at Leitchfield last 20c 6c 35c Mr. Lent McIIcnry, Louisville, visRead our campaign offer of the ited his mother's family the first of nnd Tim Ritrunuc- - the week. AN for $i 75. Mr. W. T. Rolph, Louisville, was Pield & Ilolbrook arc prepared to the guest of Hon. Jno. J. Mcllenry last week. bail nil your hay with the latest improved machine. Mr. Claude Hays, of Kinderhook, Get Pair Bros. & Co's prices on who has been quite sick for several bleached nndbrown cotton, shlrtingy; days, is improving slowly. bed tickings, etc. .Cash buyrrs and cash sku.krs is Remember Tun Rrpubucan Office why Pair Bros. & Co. sell goods has the finest grade cards, teachers, cheaper than other houses. nnd give us your orders. Mr. Stanley Dempsey, Centcrtown, Globe-Democr- blue sailors, latest shapes, at Pair Bros. & Co's. Mr. Wayne Griffin has gone to Elk-toKy., where he will attend school. ... Remnant stock sum- Rev. R. A. Crowe prenched nn in- mer dress, goods at your own price. teresting sermon nt the Methodist Church last Sunday morning at eleven o'clock. Sunday, returning night. home Sunday f NKW DRESS GOODS. La Belle Crepon Gros De Londros French Plissc jftin. nil wool serge in black and navy bine all wool serge in navy blue and black 3dn, Henrietta's, nil shades . . , her home at Stanford, Ky. She was 40c accompanied by her sister, Mrs. McDowell Pnir, who will spend some 65c time visiting nt Stanford. 20c 15c Mr. Miah MInton, Jr., died nt his home near Horton Wednesday and was buried at Bethel yesterday. FuField & Ilolbrook are prepared to neral services were conducted by furnish you any kind or style of bug15c Rev. G. J. Bean. gy you may want at prices that would 15c Miss Glenn Bibb has returned to astonish you. Mrs. Dr. M. W. Duvall, Arnold, was adjudged a lunatic Tuesday and was taken to the asylum by Esq. P. II. AHord. Stevens & Rial have moved into their new stadd an have the finest line ol groceries, quecnsivarc, hardware, etc., in Hartford. m Novelties in all the late weaves. -- i Pretty line curtain drapery from 5 to 15c New line percals . . . . 16 to Good unlaudred shirts Pancy Negligee shirts Pine line neck wear Good pair gents drawers . .' . 6 spools O N,T. thread i2jc 75c 25c . 25c 25c 25c 25c 40c Silk belting Beautiful lelt buckles Gents gingham bordered handkerchiefs 5c Pretty line ladies handkerchiefs . 5c Shell hair j)lns locperdoz Ladles straw sailors . . . 25c to? 1.25 Men fur lints 75c to $5.00 Men umbrellas 75c to 53.00 Ladles Dongola button shoes . $(.25 Men good quality fine shoe3 . . $1.25' Remnant stock slippers 50c to $1.50 , per pair. Men all wool suits Doys suits 75c to Good sire zinc trunks . . . . Best jeans pants made Ladies 40 inch wool skirts . ". If you need a Suit of Clothes, new The Fordsville speaking advertised Dress, set of Furniture, new Hat, in last week's RnrunucAN for Mr. Domestics, pair of Shoes, barrel of Powers will be on the Gth of SeptemSugar or anything kept in a first-cla- ss ber instead of the 9th. store, come to Carson & Co. I will preach the funerals of G. W. Don't forget to hand in that sub- demons and two sons, on the second scription money this week. We art. Sunday in September at Beech Valley needing it worse than you. are. We Church. G J. Bean. should be pleased to have you give us Rev. G. H. McKenney and wife, of a social call with n financial jingle to Linnvllle, Ind., who have been visiting Mrs. Laura McKenney for some Messrs. Stevens & Rial have pur- time, left for their home Monday. chased the confectionary Stock from Lawrence, daughter of Ophelia Hardwick & Nail and moved their Robert Lawrence, a highly respected stock of goods from their tormer stand colored man, living below town, died into the Collins property, next door last Monday night and was buried to Carson & Co, Tuesday. The young Indies of town gave n Zula Font was fined $5.00 and cost very pleasant dance at the Hartford last Monday for assaultingjuliallow-ar- d House last Friday night. A large a few weeks ago, mention of number were in attendance and a joy- which was made In Tim Rkpuhmcan ful time was had by nil. Music was nt that time. furnished by the Hartford String Miss P.lla Hockcr, Sutherland, DaBand. viess county, has a severe attack of The largest muskmelou in the typhoid fever. Her brother, Mr. Miworld, says Mr. R. II. Comet, was nor Hockcr, is also in bed with the raised by Mr W. M. Addington, near same disease, melon Kquality Church. The Supt. Z. H. Shultz and Prof. O. M: weighed 26 pounds, was 21 Inches Shultzwill speak at the Pleasant long, and 33 inches in circumference. night. We do not vouch for this melon but Ridge School House Everybody invited and especially askwill refer you to Mr. Cornet. ed to be present, Mr. T. J. Morton, who graduated nt If you need a shave, shingle or Hnrtford College last June, will leave while in town call in a few days for Green Castle, Ind., shampoo Bullington, E. L. than to nttend De Paw University. "While ou attending Hartford College Mr. Mor- whom there is uo better barber in the ton was always one of the leaders in Green River country. his classes, which insures for him a Rev. I. II. Teel begins a protracted successful year at the University. meeting nt Alexander on Monday Dr. G. B. Slack, who has been a night next. Rev. Teel is an able student in Dr. Ford's office for the young divine and it is to be hoped past several months, will leave about the meeting may be a success. the 25th of September for PhiladelDr. E. W. Ford aud wife, who have phia, where be will enter a medical been boarding at Mrs. Hubbard's for college. Dr. Slack has many friends here as well as at his old home in the past year, have gone to keeping Union county, who will wish tor him house In Miss Mary Taylor's house in the Western partofitown, a pleasant and profitable year. We are in receipt ofa complimentary ticket to the Hardin County Pair, which will be held at Klizabethtowu,' September 10th. The fair this year promises to be even better than any of former years. They hnve a beautiful ground, and coming n.s it does in Profs. J. L. Elmore and C.M.Crowe will speak at the Chapman School House on Thursday night September 5th, All the friends of education and especially the parents are earnestly requested to be present. The school will open on the following the prettiest part of the year, insures Monday in charge of A.S. Bennett. for them a large attendance. Mrs. Dr. A. B. Baird, who is living Among those in Bradley-Hard- $5.00 J3.00 $2.25 $1,00 . 90c . 40c .... 7 foot window shades Lace curtains . . 50c to $2 50 " per pair 5c Very good corset 25c R. & ti. corset 85c Pest kid gloves, hook or button . $1,00 Men good heavy sox 8c Indies heavy grey hose 8c Darning cotton We call especial attention to our line of Shoes and Clothing. We bought these As was nnnounced Col, W.O. Brad-Ic- y and Gen. P. Wat Hardin met in joint debate nt Lcitchfield WednesTlue speaking was in Rogers' day. Grove and was listened to by fully five thousand people. The excursion trains from each way brought large ciowds into town. It was noticeable from the start that the Republicans had a majority, and much enthusiasm was shown on both sides. Gen. Hardin repeated the same old speech about the Republican platform, 4'ilnlllisr Mnrlilno llitrnnl. ' Hartford Carding Machine, owned Sic, and offered to quit the I ace if nnd operated by Messrs. J. W. Ford the Republicans could show any dew & Co. was totally destroyed by fire falcation save the Tntc shortage. Col. Bradley followed with a maslast Monday morning. The fire originated from a match which was left terly speech, and from the expression in the wool, and when the wool was of the vast assembly it'was plain to fed into the picker it ignited and the be seen that he had Cen. Hardin badfire spread so rapidly that it was im- ly hacked. Returning on the excursion train possible to save anything, For a time it looked as if the elevator would Wednesday night, P. L. Eelix and be burned, but by heroic eflorts on others took the vote of the train load the part of the citizens it was saved. which resulted in a majority of elevA large amount of wheat Thich was en for Mr. Bradley. m m in the elevator was damaged. Loss Hartford and Beaver Dam ball team will be about $2,500, which was parplayed a match game at this place tially covered by insurance. last Saturday. The score stood: ... mi Prof. Wm. Foster, who has been Beaver Dam, 40, Hartford ,9. connected with Hartford College as Judge Wnlnern Npcpcli. teacher for several.years, and attend-in- g Gen. Buckner has cancelled his apschool, wilHeave about the ,20th pointments over the State but about of September for Princeton, N. J., one hundred people weie in from the wheie he will take a Post Graduate country on yesterday evening and the Course in Princeton College. Prof. Democrats of town saw they must do s Foster already possesses a something. They had the band to education, having received the highcome up the street beating a double est degree of Hartford College and at- geared step and 'the boys arranged tended Vanderbilt University for ten themselves in front of the Court months, but he is ambitious to climb House and blew themselves red in the face in a vain attempt to raise the the ladder of knowledge until he has crowd that had not come. reached the round. Success The people went into Court Hall to you Mr. Foster, and wherever you nnd Chairman Likens in a nice little go, Tug Rkpuducan joins in the speech iutroduced Judge E. Dudley Walker who spoke an hour aud a best wishes for your welfare. half. It was quite amusing to see 1'iiritoii-Henti- . Judge Walker, who helped to make One ol the prettiest weddings Hartthe platform Hardin has repudiated, filling Gen. Buckner's appointment, ford people have witnessed recently to speak was that of Mr. J, H. B.- - Carson and while Gen Buckner refuses any more until another committee Miss Anna Bean at the Methodist makes another platform to fit HarChurch Tuesday morning. The alter din. Nothing daunted the Judge, was beautifully decorated aud the, however, and he proceeded to make whote room was in pleasing harmony the usual Democratic harange, not' failiug to give the bloody shirt n litwitn the happy event. The ushers tle shake and to attempt to incite were Messrs, O. J. Thomas, T. J. the race prejudice. He sized up his crowd as being Morton, Amos Carson, and R. D. more than inordinatelyignorant.judg-in- g Walker. from his seeming disregard for Miss Eva Morton and Mr. Marvin facts both historical and otherwise, Bean rendered the wedding march. and sailed fn as one who recognizes v Rev. E. E. Pate pronounced the the desperate cause he pleads. m m impressive ceremony and after re Dr. Price' 6 Cream Baking Powder ceiving the congratulations of friends, World's Fair Highest A word. Mr. and Mrs. Carson jeft for a short bridal tour through the East. The The Newspaper Not In It. young people are very popular and A country newspaper publisher many frienas join in wishing them sizes up the "span of life" as folall prosperity and happiness. lows: "A child Is born, tho doctor in A"HlcU" Jinn llrrnlt Jail. attendanco gets a $10 fee; tho editor Jock Lawson, who was serving out notes it nnd gets 0; It is christened a fine of $100 for selling whisky, and tho minister gets $5, and the edbroke jail Sunday night by cutting itor writes it up and gets 00; it marthrough the brick wall and letting ries and tho minister gois another himself down by means of bed cloth$10; the editor gets a piece of cako ing. Lawson had been quite sick for or.000. "In thocoursoof tlmo it dies; tho several days aud the physician thought that he would have better doctor, gets from $5 to $100 and tho ventilation by putting him in the minister perhaps gets another $5, undertaker $25 to $50; the editor corridor, which was done, the jailer tho prints a notlco of death and an obitnot thinking him able even to atuary two columns long, and1 a sot of tempt such a scheme. No trace of resolutions of.some lodgo or organiLawson has been found. zation to which tho deceased bo; lqngi, and receives 0000 and . thej Trade with Corson & Co. lias fli'o privilege of running a frea card of thanks and a lot of poetry Monday morning Hartford College and Business Institute opened with a great many in attendance. The school this year promises to be a great success and Dr. Alexander is looking for several more students this week. Among those who have matriculated we notice the following: A. C. Taylor, Beaver Dam Ky.j Anna Patton nnd Alberta Greer, Beda, Ky, ; Edgar Nicholas, South Carrol-toKy. ; Prank and Bee Hcavrin, Owensboro, Ky.; Amanda Story, Gleuvllle, Ky.j Bertha Riley,'A. B. Riley, R. R. Riley, II. Pendleton, R. T. Ross, Lolie Stevens and R. L.Pir-tle- , county, Anna Williams, St. Joseph, Ky. ; G. T. Jones, Hebbardsville, Ky.; II. F. Clay, Niagara, Ky.; Lee Allen, Whitesville, Ky., Addie Thompson, Horton, Ky.) Elison Rhoads, Louisville. Ky.j Lettie L. Marks, county, Robt McAfee, Elkton; F. F. Scruggs, Dot. n, llnrllnril Collvico leu. 2, '95. Second term will open Nov. n, '95. Third term will open Jnn, 20,, '9O. Poutth term will open March 30, '96, Tuition in advance, per term 5.00 Good boaid per week from $2,25 to $2.50 A thorough and practical training in Preparatory, Collegiate and Business Courses. Write lor catalogues and other information. First term will open Sept. DFlS,f3i,3Q.t jFLiOLg;, I3Ly. 1 L, the Debate at Leitchfield. Hear LEE B. MILLS & SILAS GRIFFIN, Prins. While attending the . A. ,. r The Republicans Seem to be In the Lead. We extend you a cordial invitation to visit the Largest and finest exclusive SHOEiheSTORE Qity. in establishment. Awaiting you, we are, You will find the Latest Styles in footwear at prices within of all, and it will afford us pleasure to receive a call from you whether you purchase, or only inspect our modern the reach Y Very truly, BOSTON SHOE CO.' Cor. 4th nud Green Steets, V-- 4 opposite Courier-Journ- al Building. J . . EPW0RTH LEAGUE. Just received large shipment Dologatos Irorn nil Ovor this "Horse Shoe" brand Section nro in Attendances -- Program for of "Raw Bone" for tho two day 8' wheat. Send in orMooting. a of ders. The first annual Epworth League Conference of the Owensboro District was held, at Owensboro at Settle Chapel Methodist Church Tuesday and Wednesday f this week. An excellent program will be rendered. Delegates were there from all over The following is the this section. program: TUESDAY MORNING. first-clas- Welcome addtess on behalf of the Chuich Rev. G. C. Kelley. Response Mr. John Felnnd, Jr. Devotional exercises Rev, Eldred E. Pate. The need of district organization Hon. D. M. Hocker and Rev. U. G. Foote. The Epworth League the need ot our youth Rev. S. B. Shelly. AlTrtRNOOsr. Great Hardin County Fair will be held at Elizabethtown on September 13th. 10th to Beaver Dam, Ky., August 21, 1895. Remember the Hocker& Co. top-mo- Devotional exercies Rev. Cashman. Permanent organization. The Devotional meeting; how to conduct it Mr. A.'R Casey and Mr. W. A. House. The League and charities Mbs iool Ilnrbor. One ol the best barbers in this end of the State is located in Hartford' and his name is E. L. Bullington. ,His shop is located just above the Commercial Hotel, and he always keeps everything in the very best of shape around his shop, clean, new W. P. towels, nothing old or shoddy abou him. The' World's Eslelle Shelly. The model Howard. Barbour. KVBN1NG. president Mr. W. P. M. showed no baking powder so pure or so great In leav enlng power as tho Royal. Job Print luff. Fair Tests Systematic bible study Mr. F. Devotional exercises Mr. R. B. Campbell. Address Rev. Dr. S. A. Steel. Reception in lecture room. WHDNESDAY MOKNING. Devotional Exercises Rev. Silas Newton. The League and worldly amusements Mr. John Burn. How and what to read Prof. Jas. McGinniss. The League aud missions Mr. Jas. Chandler, Jr., and Mr. Jas Fuqua. The league; his relation to Chris tianit'y Prof. Win. Foster. AITHIINOOH. The business public Is requested to call at the office of TiiERErtrnucAN and see samples of its work in the job printing line. We are prepared to execute all orders for job work on short notice and at reasonable prices" Our material is new and of the latest designs an4 our workmen the very best. Our work will be up to date in every particular. You orders are solicited. You cannot afford to miss the Hardiii ConntyFair this year Speaking at Fordsville. Hon. E. T. Franks, of Owensboro, will address the citizens of Fordsville and vicinity night, Aug. 31,in bespeaker and should have a large audience Young men or young women aspiring to any vocation in life should always remember that the bottom rounds of the ladder of time are filled to overflowing, but there's always room at the top. That's where Dr. for colic, cholera Bell's Anti-Fl' and diarrhoea stands. It's sold tit 25c ' nnd 50c on a guarantee by. 7., Wayne urimu a uro. ux Devotional exercises Mr. Will'E. Parrlsh. ,'. Points of encouragement in country league worlc Rev. Silas Newton and Mrs. Dr. Ray. How to overcome difficulties in country league work Miss rAnna Thompson. Tke model council meeting Mr C. C. Stoll. Echoes from the international lessons from the gathering Mrs. W. A. House. To and fro Miss Mary Adair. ' Saturday mw ItVKNIHG. half of the Republicans. He is an able Our subscription in- besides." goods early and are list is constantly prepared to give you some rare bargains. Those having large families to provide for should not fail to price our line. Eemombor that wo buy these goods for ensh and sell only that way,so you pay no one's debts. Call on us and we will do the rest. who attended the debate at Lcitchfield Wednesday were: Judge Jno. P. Morton, C. M. Bamett, P. L. Felix, G. Ritey, D. T. J. Smith, S. Smith, Tom Black, Perry Casebler, Jno. W. Black, R A. Anderson, Lee B. S'evens, R. D. Walker, Chas. Rogers, S4A. Anderson, E. B. Tins-leA large uumber went from Me Henry, Pordsvllle, Beaver Dam, Sulphur Springs, whose unmea we failed to learn. JC. in Oklahoma City, sent her mother, Mrs. T. S. Duke, a lew large peaches Miss Josic which grew in her yard. Duke showed one of them to us this week, which was the largest we have ever seen, Dr Baird is building up an extensive practice in his Western home. A I'll ral or TlmilllK, I wish to return thanks to my many friends for their kindness during the recent Illness and death of my mother, Mrs. Caroline Chapman, and trust they may reap an inheritance in the Resp,y, bright beyond, Mrs. L. D. Brnnrtt. creasing. You cannot afford to be left Send in behind. $1.25 and get The Republic an and Weekly Louisville Commercial one year. Ro-slu- e, fairbros.&co. Xeaders of loVv-- ,frIieB WIIIMoto to Illinois. We have been reliably informed that Mr. Geo. Klein, who has been fn the Hardware business in Hartford for a number of years, will in a shojt while dispose of Ills stock of goods aud locate in Qulncy, 111. Mr. Klein is a tinner and will soou build up n trade wherever he may locate. first-class The U. S. Gov't Reports show Royal Baking Powder superior to all others. Hum you imlil rmriiliiicrllloiiT ono hundred and fifty fcot in height and six fcot in diameter at tho base. At the very apox of that sturdy Cry Tor trunk, says the Tacoma Nows, one day a shaft of lightiilug struck. . im From tho point whore it first struck A I.IMt'llme giibtrrllitr tho tree, straight down ono side for Wkst Iouisvit,tB,Kv..Aug 24 ,'95. fifty feot, tho bark was torn away from tho body of tho tree, laying Editor IlAiiTi'ORn Rutuumcan. Dear Priend: Inclosed please find bare tho surface of tho wood; thence, $2 00 for which give mc credit and by some spirit of misas chief, tho bolt began a spiral course put my name ou the list of life time around tbo trunk, tearing tho bark subscribers to Tim Rbpuiiucan. off for a width of six or eight Inches, Good Reading Free. Your friend, Besides glvliijr our patrons one of twice completely encircling the treo J. W. Maiian. of ono hundred feet the best papersln the State, we have In a distanco made arrangements by which we will before entering tho ground. m m send either one of the following papers together with Tub Rhfubucan NOTICE. United for the price named. Remember when I want ever? man and woman In tha Wntsky Opinm and lute. to you pay up for Tub RnrupuCAN and k.blta lnirettd Inoflbs book on th.M bar. od. M. my VfoolleT, Atlanta, (J, Addreil II. one year in advance you are entitled to one of these papers at the price box 832, and ono will bo tent joalro. named: New York Weekly Tribune . . $1.25 Nefil Mhcnt. I have a lot of No. i seed Wheat Louisville Weekly Commercial . 1.25 Hybrid Mediterranean for sate. Home and Farm 1.35 J, Ham Mi:.um,Beaver DamL. Weekly Courier-Journ1.75 I Cosmopolitan Magazine . . . 2.25 mi If you want good reading, almost Commercial Appeal 1.30 else- free.take TiikRUpuhucan and Address all orders to See advertisement In this Tim Rui'uiiiiiCANj " issue, Hartford, Ky. . Freak. At the entrance to Point Dcfianco park stands a giant fir tree at least One of Jove' Devotional exercises Rev. J. S, Chandler. The Holy Spirit in our work Rev. E. E. Pate. Administration of the Lord's supperRev. S. X. Hall. Children Pitcher's Castorla. On account of Hardin County Fair o at Elizabethtown, Ky., September 12th 1895, tickets will be on sale Sept. 10, it, 12 and 13th at one fare for the round trip good till Sept. 14th. 10-t- Hardin County Fair roy Sle&m OwENsiioito, Jaandry, Ivy, bogins September 10 and continues four days. .... do your work. Best work guarantoed.Seo us bofore going where. Get our prices on picnic bills and wo Does finest work of any laundry iu the Wast. No injurious ingredients used. Work all guaranPatteed to give satisfaction. rons' linen insured against fire while in the lauudry, . Laundry sont on Tuesday and Globe-Democr- returned on Saturday of each woek- Tojraa, atxtstly Cu.b. Wawhr M. Path, Agt ((WMnH Hartford Republican Friday, August, 30, 1895. A BIG LEAK. "What Booomoa of All tho Monoy Paid in Taxoe? What becomes o! nil the tuonej paid In taxes? is n question just now ogitotlng the people of Kentucky. Kentucky has for many years been victimized byagang of "sllckducks," who have been diverting the money from Its proper channels to the pockets ot themselves and their friends. Read below what Governor Brown says In his message ol August 15, 1892, vetoing House bill No. 59, entitled "An Act Relating to Revenue belle Bean 99, Laura Sanders 9i. Stella Daniel 93, RfQc Jlmmerson 94, Olie Hoover 91 , Rile Miller 90, Estil Ras ley 89, Ulijn Daniel 88, L. N. Dattgh-ett- y 87, Willie Daniel 85, Cora Uzell 84, Oda Miller 80, Arthur Ralcy So, Willie Rzell 80, Clarence Harper 71. This grade is based on the recitations, regardless of the grade they arc In. J. N. I.iKRNS, Teacher. NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS. Novel mmmtmmmimimmsmammummmBma They FurnUh the Excum for for Infante and Children. Entarprls. n peculiar Industry In Gotham which has grown to astonishing proportions. This Is tho business of furnishing newspaper clippings to Individuals, Armband, Thcro aro half a corporations. dozen of theso concerns in New York, which supply customers, not only in tho United States, but In alt parts of tho world. One of theso Thcro Is T HIRTY million y,tronaga yr' otiervntlon of to apeak wltli wltliont permit ni of of It Cantor! the, parsons, of nnmstng;. It 1 pnqnettlonttlily the oct remedy for Infant nnd Children tho rorld hat ever known. It 1 hrtrmla. Children 1Uh It. It glvei them health. It Trill aura thelf llrei. In It Mother hnvo eamelhlng rliloU le nhiolntely afo nil? prac'.loo llr rrrfeqt i a child' medicine. Costorla destroy Wormi. allay Feverlihneaa. Caitorla prevent vomiting Song Card. Castnrla onrea Diarrhea and Wind Colic. Castorltt, CAN I OI1TA IN A PATENT f For a tfitm pt.jtniwer nnd an honi'.t opinion, write to nii'N N tvru.ewnoM ? al riearlr rmr Tetrr iprlenc1nthe patent busln?. Cnnithunlc. tlnni strictly ronn1ntlrtt. A HnntlnnnKuf lnlpnla awl bow to ob lunthpm sent free Alio raiAlngutof mecban. teat anil sclanllno bonks tent Irre. rat.nts tsken thrmtth Munn A Op. receive special twtiMln the Krleiitltln Ainrrlrnn. ami turn are bronsht wtcl. baforetb nubile with. not cost to th Inventor, Thin splendid issued weesir, rietrtnii v timstratni. nss dt rai i ne tanrfit ejroulftllon vj an? tncntlHo work In toe ,'! n mr. world, esmple copies sent ttee liiilliling Million, monthlr, (Mo sear. r!lnlo conlns. U.t rent. Kverv number rout. In. iibsii. III11I ntsfas. In mlnra. ind nhfttnvtsnht At hw enabling builders in shew flouses, with plana,Semite contract s Address the test deslrns slid MUNN A Co. flaw ITuhk. am Iuo.idw.4T. 1 (I 1 r$& will go farther In dolttrs the family or (lointt the ltoiiMwotk than 11 of ordinary 0Pp wn1t-Itiqimit-tlty , and Taxation:" nowspapcr clipping burcnus received 'Auditor's agents have been ap- an order tho othor day from the 18S0. For the last four Hawaiian government to send Presipointed since years the agent for Jefferson county dent Dole all tho notices, editorials, has received exceedingly forty-eigcartoons and other published matter thousand dollars, more than twelve regarding Hawaii, Its government thousand dollars per annum. The and Its affairs. This Is one of tho remarkable fact appears that the Au- largest orders over received by a ditor has had a subordinate, who has clipping bureau, and it will require tho laborothalf adozen bright young received annually nearly four times women to cull tho clippings from the as much compensation as the Auditor newspapers to fill this order. Every himself was entitled to underthe law, prominent author, actor, politician and more than twice as much as the and professional man Is now a subFor four years preceding scriber to 0110 or more of the clipping Governor. 1888, this one agent received annual- , bureaus, and a busy man finds the ly nearly eight thousand dollars per system vory convenient, for ho is annum. These figures are startling, enabled, as it wcro, to read his newsby proxy. but what is more astounding is that papers manager of New Tho a York clipmoney, In my deliberate judgthis ping bureau, in speaking of tho pement, has been paid without any culiarities of bis business, said: warrant of law. These agents have "Many of our customers aro folks not been paid by penalties, but from with fads and hobbles. A man sent license and other tax collected by the us an order recently for all items about calves, three-legge- d county clerk and remitted to the Auchickens and other monditor, and not by the agent, and then A leading politician a check for twenty per cent, thereof strosities. ordered one hundred Memorial day made by the Auditor to the agent for addresses, from which he could comThe clerk pile a services never rendered. Fourth of July oration which is allowed a comfor this collection he had engaged to deliver. Socioty mission of three per cent. There has belles aro bcgtnnlng to mako scrap been a flagrant waste of the people's books of their newspaper notices, and the custom will doubtless bemoney in this matter." come a regular social fad in time. bad water The wives of publio men When the children drink are among and cat too much green fruit, or have tho best patrons ot tho clipping or diarrhoea lrotn the stomachache any cause, you needn't be alarmed bureaus. About the strangest order about them. If you will get a 25c or wo have is that of a dealer in tombstones and monuments. He takes all 50c bottle of Dr. Bell's Anti-Flu- x they will be at play in half hour after tho death notices." N. Y. Commerthe first dose. Z. Wayne Griffin & cial Advertiser. two-heade- d in state and county affairs by subscribing Don't delay but keep yourself posted The 11 UiiiTTE Soap. Cnstorla relieve Teething Tronhlei. Caitorla onree Conitlpatlon and riatnlener. Caatorla nentrallaea tho effect of cnrnor.Io anld gita or polsrmrm air. Catorla doe not oontatn morphlno, oplnm, or other narontlo property. Caitorla osslmtlrttc the food, regulate the toiaach and hnwel, giving healthy and natnral leep. pottle only. It 1 not sold In hulk. Caitorla I pnt np In one-olDon't allow any one to sell yon anything else on the plea or promise that It 1 "Jnt n good" and "will answer every pnrpoie." So that yon pet re and Louisville Commercial both papers one year for only $1.25 in Republican for Hartford The N. K. Falrbank Company, - St. Louis. BtKK!KcmaaawaBEtmaKU3nm!am3!i33Biffi3zia5Hc Sr; Try It. 8old by all Grocer. ,. YOUR CLOTHES, YOUR jYOUR YOUR PINOnRS, MONOY. TEnrnR, Mado only by nrs advance. , lfcr' "ju;I;wl MOST IN QUANTITY. nESTMQl.Ai.tr & " S V dgnatiire of dLm & I on every wrapper. I WHITE'S GHEAH "I & Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Pnmnrllt :. i tw tli--r umi!ft:i,i I rjf I nnvvlr. jiKTJoaitris r mniLri ntl in t ior.u iiv.vr.i. mrnnnsoT nouns iiV, ST. u.i ' 4 iasUaiaNSiVtvi.JL.-vJ- ' M.i VERMIFUGE? YEARS Inrl nil WORM F0H20 WearethAlarcrcKtezDortetBOf driM irnlt In the world, and the lartrest recelrerfl and shipper of both tTwn and dried apple In tho state and get the highest market priced. ' a i rial sniDmem o uroro mesa iacis nn ante ah wdus forisfurther Information, and shin Tour (roods aieaciis tent iree We anniicaiun. - '. Write to lieadauartern. hindle anr.niaff ininegrminorprvauco iineiriciiy on commission HERNDON-CARTER GREEN APPLES! DRIED APPLES!; CO., Louisville, Ky. ?& "Bread is the Staff of liife," ,?!?Sv. I DENTIST. nreparod to do all kir.elf fc Dental work at reasonable priopa. Offico over J. V. Ford & Co'a Feetl Store. Ballard's Obelisk RJS oxnqsWibr Q)(d- - Bro. I Kentucky n lionbtlnl Htale? The peculiar political conditions that exist in Kentucky have led many people to believe that the State is a doubtful one and that the Republicans have a chance to carry is this fall. For this reason there is great interest, both at home and abroad, in in accurate and reliable political news from all parts of the State. The Weekly Courier- - Journal is now covering this field perfectly, and it is publishing the news without bias or prejudice. A close reader of the shouldbeable Weekly Courier-Journto 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 and Populist candidates for Governor of Kentucky. The price of the paper is only one dollar a year. Sample copies containing full detail of the cash present plan will be sent free to any address. Write to COURIER-JOUR-NACOMPANY, Louisville, Ky. L forming a part ot tho human body seems to be irradicable, says the Now York Times. Thinking that Europeans still held the somo silly Ideas led as much as anything clso to the Tien-Tsl- n massacres of twentyflvo years ago. Prehistoric man drank from a human skull, believing that the uncanny goblet had a certain potency. Not so long ago tho skull of a suicide was used in Caithness as a drinklng-cufor the cure of epilepsy. Cases have been cited where superstitious people, within the last thirty years, have dug up bodes so as to possess themselves of skulls for the same purpose. As latoas 1678 in the official pharmap RELIO OF DARBARISM. Belief In Remedial Qualities of Part of the Human Body. That belief tho Chinese havo in the remedial qualities of substances A The Purest, Strongest and Best. ONLY 25c PER POUND CAN. sented by ' GAHiSOST TT TTT &. CO T yJ vr U 1q) -- " koijuur.iandnoCoinmcr "can uwui mi. J l. - fm- - cinljkccp postccl.Only 11 r,0E-mMO?I?,Al- sl- Until after the election of $1.75 mm worn f OjVL aho kAltGE wan reaper. At Factory VARIKTy, I.ATHST STVLHS, 21p2 ... illff III1 IIEfflLICAN Phiciw. Best qttftl. .without gold 6c to ie per R'll 8c to 10c per Roll Gold Pajer . Finest embosfcelPaperisc to 3operR'll K. R. BASS1JTT. R.O.W.6in 642 I'ouilh Ave.I)ttisvile,Ky. tSTScnd 6 cts in stamps for samples. II Mil $1.25 inL fJOW ONE YEAR 189G for only copoeia of tho London College of Good Old Granny Metcalf, 86 years old, living at 6:8 Monroe street, Ky., says that Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey is the best grip cure, cougn, lung ana broncmai remeay that has been offered to the people during.her life. Guaranteed by. Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. ot teaching by the "Text Book Copying Process," the other by 'The Patented and Copyrighted System of Actual Business from the Start." From the first you get the theory; from the second you get the practice. Try Our Actual Practice Methods four weeks, then If you prefer the old plan of copying printed transactions from a Text Book, no charge will be made for the trial two weeks, and in addition we agree to give you a full g (usdiploma course in ing the Text Book on of any. author you may name) Absolutely Free. Remember that the Lexington Business College is the only school in Lexington, Ky., using the Practical Actual Business System of instruction. All others use the "Text Book Copying Plan." The above College is one of the best of its kind in the South. Should any reader of this paper desire to attend a Business College it will be to his interest, to see or write the editor of this paper. There are two methods Book-keepinBook-keeping A Hlnmlliiic Offer. Physicians mention is mado ot the skull "of a man who had died a violent death." For centuries in the past, for tho manufacture of certain quack nostrums, notably an ointment, ground skulls were used. The medical books of Nuremberg ot two hundred years ago also cite mumia or the embalmed flesh of mummies as a sovereign cure for certain diseases. Tho Egyptian mummy was o a specific for one malady, the mummy for another. Excluding all tho other strange substances employed la early medicine, there Is a troco o( cannibalism la the use of theso mummied substances. It has been shown that cannibalism does not arise in all cases from hunger, but that to eat human flesh Is a religious rite and favored by the jpods. In some remote manner it has somothlng to do with sacrifice. Describing superstitions the fact Is cited that Irish peasants uso skulls to hold water in under tho belief that the water thus becomes curative. Ten-erlffto-da- y INDQMFARABL AS UHLg AS Louisville Commercial $1.25 per year. UAnTKonn, Sefthilioak Subscribe lor The and Advance- - IIARTFOKD REPUBLICAN, Kentltky, TeWSpaperS. iome Journals. Mwiw and Builder gabsenbe l fslow, J HI IHHilHf THE REPUBLICAN AKO WILL GIVE IT ALL, with the final result of the cloction.for J6S"0rders will be entered as soon as received, and the AT mailed from that dato until alter tho election, November, The sooner ypu subscribe tho longer you will get tho papers. GLOBE-DEMO-CR And get ALL THE NEWS of the Campaign, from beginning to end. Watch tho carivnfs (or the Republican nomination. 4 Noto tho fight between (actions in tho Democratic party. 4 4 i i I . 1 i. Will diaw dralta from a nice, neat Writc your name and address on n postal canl, send it to Geo. W. Bes cozy cottage up to a fine two story Room j, Tribune Huitdlng, New York City, and sample copy, of TIIK Will draw plans Jree of NBW YORK WBKKI.Y TRIDUNH will be boute. maileil to ou. charge Will mnke careful estimates ou all kinds of buildings, and re mod-- . al old bouEts. Motto "Livo and lot live." SI J. Caveat! anJTr.de Mark) ami all patent I '" "" My "I f--r icmilyoflhc I'KH.Office. 'tucBitincimme'iilr Patent ' jr facilities nr eLuriri(;iateirisarcunurpiiSftcd a Seii! model kft h r invention, witH tmi t tteniettt to. idTimaie claimed. it 1 so much 11)11 Kcttiruing prosperity will mnko many rich, but no whore oan they mako ithiu a short timo as by nicccerul Speculation in Grain, T'rituls. kJIUVIt FOFSS FOR EACH DOLLAR Small divestments. U1JU The U. S. Gov't Reports Cream Baking Powder s mshow Royal Baking Powder superior to all others. World's Pair Highest Award. Or. Price' 1800, F.ver person, big, little, old or young, black or white, rich or poor, who has ever used Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey pronounces it the best cough and lung remedy on earth It's true, too, so we guarantee. Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. The hand that rocks the cradle Is the hand that rules the land; But the leg that wears the bloomers Seems to be in great demand. m s s Whenever the little children, the dies or the big men want something to regulate their liver or cure constipation and biliousness, Dr. Bell's Tiny Tonic Tablets Is what they must have. They cure and you never feel it. Purely vegetable. 23c a vial, Z, Wayne Griffin & Bro. lass !.'J lleport Of White Oak school district No. 90, for the month ending August 19: Lon Hoover 99, Iva Bean 99, Lawrence Beau 96, Hattic Sanders 95, Francis Kaley 95, Tom Bean 95, Isa- - m or Intern t to I.mllc. Wo offer no apology in placiug before you "Tho Ladies Safe Protector," it is absolutely reliable, easily adjusted, does not become misplaced and insures protection. Can be worn when desired without observation or knowledge of another and prevents disagreeable annoyances under certain conditions. If you use it once you will never be without it. Jt is faithful.safe and reliable friend whenever needed by special circumstances requiring its use. It is an article every woman should keep ready tor Immediate use. It is simple to use, and inspires confidence to the woman using it, It is reliable and scientifically mado, insures protection without injury to health, and any good physi-ciwould say. We are of the opinion that no article has ever been made which will givo as much satisfaction to the women to as "Tho Ladies' Safo Protector.'' The immense sales of this article is a substantial indorsement of our claim. Do not therefore experiment with any of the numerous unreliable articles, as it is both dangerous to health and expensive to do so. Such experimenting can only result iu loss of time, and dismal failure. Ladies should remember this boloro ordering other goods and not wasto their time and money on inferior articles. Tho best is always the cheapest. "The Ladies' Safo Protector" is sold under a positive guarantee for uso for one one year, with lull directions and Is sent scaled in plain wrapper upon re. ceipt of express money order for 82,00 threo for 85.00. Do not wait but order at once. Address, The La CnossK Specialty Co., La Crosse, 48-- 1 Wis. yr, al disap-pointin- et Direct to Writo your namo and address aud mail AT ONCE with 81.75. THE REPUBLICAN, Hartford, Ky. Find 81.75 inclosed, and send lirJLkJ:FTJB:Liia.A.2T: twice every week until after tho election, November, tho 1890, also Tho Hartford REPUBLICAN duo year from dato. OXXt OTJLt TJtLiS at" "Etl.etl3.l3L- - originated by us. All succeteful speculators operatn on a regular system. It is a well known fact that there aro thousands ot men in all parts of tho tii United Slates who, by systematic trading through Chicago brokers', mako nvanch.trtj- - im mtnlc for an opinion a ta ; t U ttatttitft nJ my f fur protccutinc th largo amounts orcry year, ranging from a lew thousand dollars lor tho man irin tiot be cnttr.t for unlit the who invests a hundred or two hundred dollars up to jxik it it allowed, 'Ihvkxkjbi Cuidi," to $100,000 or ful nf( matton lent frt All roumuol moro by those 'who invest a few thousand. raauas Considered n Mrlctlj tonfldcutlar. It is also a fact that those who make the largost profits from comparit-ivcl- y FRANKLIN H. HOUGH small investments on this plan aro persons who live away from Chicago 03IJ F Stivch tVAKUI.VUTUN. U. C and invests through brokers who thoroughly understand systematic trading. lltivn yiiii rrticwoil your Kiibrrli. Our plan docs not rhk tho wholo amount invested ou any trado, but llnn lur 1HU.1T covers both sides, o that whether tho market rises or falls it brings a steady profit that piles tip enormously in short time. POSITIONS GUiRflNTEED WIUTE FOR CONVINCING PROOFS, Also our Manual on successunder reasonable eruditions. Do not say II can ful speculation and our Daily Market Report, hill of poiiitorn not be doiie, till you seud for frco catalogue of ALL FREE. Our Manual explains margin trading lully. Highest refOKAUdltON'S RACriCAL erences in regard to our standing and success. For further information address 52. G mo QeUcac-- , THOMAS & CO., Bankers and Brokers, 1 11 nionoy-ninking iHniY. $10.1 lnvosted enn bo mado by our Systematic Plan of Speculation 'JtueJS THE "Globo-Daraocr- NAME POST OFFICE. STAT Tho Joint Drliiile. Chairman Norman, of the Democrat ic Campaign Committee, Chairman Yerlces, of the Republican Campaign Committee, have agreed ou dates for a series of joint debates between Mr. Hardin and Mr. Bradley. New Castle or Eminence, Friday, Aug, 30. Covington, Saturday night, Aug. 31. Good Reading Free. liesiilee 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 Cyntltiana, Monday, Sept. 2. gether with Tiik RnrunucAN the price named, Remember when "i pay up for Tub Rrpubucan and one year in advance yo'i arc entitled to one of these papers at the price n.i'ittd: New York Weekly Tribune . .$1.25 li . l.uulsvllleWecklyCouimercIal 1.25 , . . . r.35 Homo and Farm . . . . 1.75 Weekly Courier-JournCosmopolitan Magazine . . . 2.25 C'mmercial Appeal 1.30 Address all orders to NIcliolasville, Tuesday, Sept. 3. Winchester, Wednesday, Sept. 4. London, Friday, Sept. 6. 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