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Pny up and Advnnoo and vo ohovofwln will sond vou Tho LouIbvIIIo Wookly Commorclal ono yoar froo. Subsorlbo atonco. Will show how you THIS TAG VIII. TOO SOCIABLE A WHALE. 1895. JfJiOFJiHHJUHAJj B.U.UUKFI. C3-u.f- fy NO.G. VAXJJ. H. Yur Baby of nil TreoHe arlalug from Teeth- ' teg, Dlaordertd Stomach or Dowel Trouble quickly, by jiving Va can Cur Bxporlonoo of tho Unltod Btaton Cutter Gorwln with n Finback. It Iteqalrfd a rnalllaitaof tllflo llnllru to Imlaca Him to Sheer OR A Trouble-aoino t'lnback That 1V.I Onco Canuonailcil. OWENS PINK OwinlMd fr Mt(tr poMMMit tliTtf v4 MIXTURE. An E4 fnw kit PflM Sold br til MUtlhtGtnutM, Oiitrs.i 25c and 50c, bottles. ir fffwa. Writ nini Ir tlntUara fro it dt Longest of nil tho whalos, tlio back Is fin- .F.W.rL0YD4C0.. $1800.00 through b. for tho moat meritorioua pauot during lb. month pvccrdinff We ecura lliq beat patent fbrottrellent, to . fco4 lh. object of thu offer if to encourage Inrcotori wo keep trick of their bright Mm. At III. lam lim. with to impetit upon to publio tho bet that IT 'S THE SIMPLE.TRIVIAL INVENTIONS THAT YiaD FORTUNES, twhil U4'erirlAcIovM which can btettifyiJtd up n4 down without bfuUnf the patMarcr'a bicW, "MUKMtV Hopper.1' and 'Conif-butto- OIVDN AWAY TO INVENTORS. $ito.eo ererymonth rlrtii (My to imy enoS m "Uxt! "DnUock Uwuwuel other fittlf thini-- i thst toon feIU.fM umpfe Mjrotein6odmry)Hnipronngj tavratMM tot th ones thai brlrt Urri. rttumi to th author. Try to think of aumtihuig to invent. IT IS NOT SO HARD AS IT SEEMS. Patenti taken wit throe, hu. teeeWeipeclal notice In t)i. " ffuion.1 KeconW' puMiiheil It Wathington, IX C, which L the beat n.wf pjper pubfohed In America w luraiih a year, In the iDtrmit .f Inrtnt-r- t. to tht.Joum.1, fito of cost, toellour cImm. W. alao ad,rcrue, fret of roit, the lorcntioo each month which win. Our Si jo prite, and IraiKlmli of thouiam!. of cepiri of tho "National Recorder," containuig a .ketch of to winter, and deaaiptieo of Mi Inteaiion, wul be ecattcird throughout tho United State, among captaluta and manufacturer, thui bringing to their mention the taenia of the Intention. regarded Urktlr confidential. AD Rmnuaicailoa Addrets Solicitor JOHN WOODHRDURN & CO., of American and rorelgn Patent, Box 385. 618 P Street, N.W., tsy KdtnatiiltrillitfJfT Washington, D. C H'ntttreu araNBta iTABLER'SDir BUGKEYEllU! OINTMENT CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. I yoar ns the BEST REMEDY for PILES, a01.11 11T am. iinvoaiHTa, rntirti it nexusse .vra to.jji. tern. SaaVkiaaaVJVSaKNiriSvas known for 15 A SURE and CERTAIN CURE j MMBraVaiasi CJsaptak$ Ohio and Southtrtstern ft-- It. qTTTO BEST DCTWCtN IyX3MJ5 . LOUISVILLE AND iMEJVIPHIS. ' . rnou ALSO AND TO- - somo ilfty foot of his great back nbovo tho surface of tho water and sank slowly, ranging as ho did so along tho starboard Bldo. Ho next was seen close to her bllgo, slowly rising to tho surface to blow. Ho came up with scarcely thrco foot between him and tho vessel, and tho spray from his spouting fell upon her deck. Ho slowly sank again, passed beneath tho keel, and roso on tho other side. Ho blow onco moro, settled, and again passed beneath, accommodating his speed to that of the ship. U was altogether too companionable for tho comfort of those on board, many of whom had heard of tho fato of tho hapless whale-shi- p Essex, sunk years ngo by the attack of a whnlo In tho South FaclQo ocean. This finoack seemed to tako tho Corwln for a monster of his own spcclos, with whom ho . wished to scrape acquaintance, and It was not certain what demonstration ho would noxt make. Officers and men wcro closely watching him from tho rails, moving from sldo tc sldo to view his succcssivo reappearances as ho passed and repassed Whether belligerent them. thcro was an unor merely-playfu- l, pleasant element jof danger In his tho least dcslrablo to fall In with. Ho yields no bono nnd very llttlo oil, and is Bcldom pursued by tho whalemen on nceount of his duiiRcroua propensities. Ho will smash moro boats, run out moro lino and entry off moro hnrpoons than any other whnlo. Uut sometimes lio Is found to be cnrloui and socially inclined. Ho will rango up astern or bcsldo a ship nnd appear to examine tlio bottom. This nlways causes moro or less uneasiness aboard, slnco but a fow planks Intervene between tho sailor nnd tho deep. Jlutts with tho head or strokes with tho tall, should tho whalo bo disposed to glvo them, might tfnuso the loss ofii vessel. It was In the ftchrltiKgea that oneo afternoon, as tho United States steamship Corwln was forging slowly aloug under sail alone, through a long, rolling swell, a finback came up astern. He roso and sank with great regularity, and gained steadily upon tho ship. Ho presently reuched tlio rudder, at which, ho seemed to smell; then giving a loud pull or blow ho showed rov-enu- reanicd by nil mnrlnorn ns noxt time, for no ho cnmn up ho gavo ahoavy blow prepntatory to drawing it deep bronth. Ills plans wcro rudely Interfered with. Crash went the voiley. Every bullet soi'tnod to tako effect. Up wont tho huge head for on Instant, showing somo forty feet of tho body. Down It came with a splash, and into tho air went, tho great tull or "flukes," until over forty foot of that end of him rose porpcndlculnr from the water. In that position he seemed to pauso an Instant cro It wont straight downward Into tho depths. Ho had got enough of the Corwln, which had sailed miles awuy from him when he reappeared at tho surface, and he did not attempt to follow her. This performance with tho finback roused n vein of reminiscence In Douglass, tho pilot. " "Of courso you havo nil heard of Capt. Wolch of thQK)ld whalcshlp Soolooc" ho began."4,WoU, lio hod a ck)sd shavn within finbuck a few years ago. Welch was ono of thoso fellows who would fasten to anything that swam. They used to say ho prayed nights that he might fall in with a sea serpent, just for tho fun of tho light ho'd bo suro to have. Ho always hud on board nvory appliance that could bo used In his trade. Ho oveu carried two with ammunition of all e sorts, after tho fashion of tho whalemen. "Ono day ho fell In with a finback that acted just as this ono did. Of courso ho did not lower tho boats for tho finback, but when tho rascal got so familiar, and camo smelling round tho ship, ho had to do somo-thlnso ho put somo bullots into him to drive him away. Ho must have hit him pretty hard, for tho whalo lashed out with his tail, stripped n couplo of boats off the starboard side, and sh.ook the old craft up pretty generally as ho went down. This mado Welch angry, and ho vowed he'd kill that whalo if It took all the gear In the ship to do it, and ho got ready to lower for him. "But tho whalo had got his temper up, too, nnd saved Welch tho trouble of going after him. Within flvo minutes they saw him blow at a distance, and to their, amazement ho came tearing nt tho ship. Ho struck It ho." well forward with his head. was u glancing blow, but it mado things shiver, alow and aloft, and set nil hands to thinking pretty seriously. He must have hurt' himself, foilio didn't go far away again, but just backed and filled under tho bow, old-tim- CINCINNATI AND EVANSVILLE. Do not purchaK Ticket NORTH, EAST, SOUTH Oft WEST Until you lurccouaultevl an A tent of the O, O. & S. W. R. R. UMITIID TRAINS, rtJIAM.VI DUFI'KfTsUSKPKRS, WODURN 1'QDIPMKNT. joiin HcnoLS, Cin. Man. t. it. lykcii, cm. Pisa. AOT. Louinvtu. Kv. The Lexington Business Gollege.j UNCORPOIUTCD.) familiarity, and various suggestions wcro mado for ridding the vessel of his company. "Got up somo rifles, Mr. nowl-son,- " said tho captain to tho first officer, aa tho whalo continued his movements, showing no signs of departure. "This whale Is too sociable Lot's sting him with a few bullets, nud see If we can't got rid of him." Soon half a dozen sailors with breech-loader- s at n "ready" wero ranged along tho rail, eager to begin the work of ballasting tho finback with lcail. "Ono ball only at first," commanded the captain. "Don't pelt nt, tlio nor. Illxhr.l f'illrlHt tin, Otiinmonweallh. rrnur of thoCol logo,Kirionent lrv.lleni ouil the Nrorrlury and of ih. Htalo of tb H.cutlty Truat TrmuurrrnltnlnfrUalHploina. and Bafety Vault On ltl:Jt;iKNll.I 111 luaimyofkuecoKirul atud.nta, wtiox. anUrteaaevregRte tiuudrrilaof tlioutaud. of alAtlMra per annam laadtna! nro iiHiKni'.nirijL aiMip at ih. Mil tfl.nda and bu.tnMa men who aro ajyatrm or niiai( f,ml patrona. ni.ltii.aB in.frtapilAii uR.d in er.rt denaru any plan. II THE PRACTICAL SCHOOL OFTHE SOUTH. i ljnnctWv!Uh Vh Statu A it Coat,,.) V I oilier in.nt. multM month, .nual 4 br am kaTanr Ann tli. nrat tr.mlama.atGold and ilroni. atrial, and jllplooiaa. eto." tho lutruallonal Mid d tho a).l.in of Winter r.ano.ltlon, award. Itook.Kcoplna; uied In tttle Collec. lit" a Urparluiont. uf llaalur-- a. book.ke.prr and IS y.ara practical tinarl accountant. rlt'.rl.n IHJIIIJVT AlVallll Of MUI.I'N I.V1IIIIAM EXroaiiTIUN to" Ami-rlcaHj; In thu tVil.Ki and t.ra ol Hnorthand," tauiht Ibe allchrat Uoitaruiutnl In llio World. to th. bead of our Huortuand Department tun reporter), from, the autliora of thla ly.lem. TKCKOHAVII V. ajuporlntrndonl aof our aij.Wm liai record Hallway nd of It yoara' nracllc.l .aperl.nco. from Nlglil Operator to Chief Train Dlnpatoher. with Iho lurg.it Trunk .Inn In America. i:ndorard by Operator.. Train Dispatcher), doperlnt.ndenta and B loadlne railway and telegraph companlea. The Only a Kcltool '" Hallway "'" World owning and operating lomplet. nr.iem. for tho porpoa of fining in gradual., to go direct to prnrtfcal operator. gnofl pnaltlnnl ft. auriNniVlllUAI. IKMTIIVCTION In all department.. BO llaat Work. oour... i'emnanthln lluilneal t Itt.f. with any(Xiinm.rclal lw, I'uiumerclul Corre.pondenots Arillitu.tlo and ripelilng lOMITIONH.-"ii- ur tluaraulro 1'lan," It, aenlfrec Wilto lor will rare you money Writ, aiftMt. NTIIDV, ilS.000.00 4uaranlre tknt for iriittuctlona. our College I. a. reiireaented, or money ri KI.KU AN ! WKW IIIIII.IIINU. funded. owned, eroctad and furnished by ua, to meet tho recsulremenla of our practical .y.tem of inatrui IJgltt. tVatrr tloii. Furnace Ileal. perfect retaliation. Tho laige.t and ntoat in . Ii'otly iulpiil UualuaM Co.lcse llullillnc jutheKoiipi, college., wboioreiponalblllty IIKWA It re.ll upnii meir wuru uuir, win tin juu iui, they will giro you tha "am," or a ' 'more thorough roura.," In " le time," or for leaa money," eto , than It takaa to corople I' ....,, with ii. llcwatre ol auch cla ma, ilior re ralae. llloitrat.d Catalogue Ire. .ii.nj.a ... TlrpU "Glvoblru two noxt time. Stand by on tho other side." cried tho captain. "Thcro ho rises. Now put them Into tho blow hole. Try to hit a bone." Tho anxious yc3 of all on deck wcro watching every motion of the whalo as his shimmering bulk enma itoward tho surface. At forty feet depth bis color was nearly black. As ho roficv this tint was'succcsslvo-lreplaced by dark green-- , light green, silver green, until, as ho reached tho ourfaco In a swash 61 foam ho displayed, the actual dark green gray of his hugo back. 'Tough l" wont tho spout just e tho bridge,, and tho rifles a heavo cracked. Tho whalo ga-vand went' down rapidly, edging as ho did so somo fifty feet away. "Aba! Ho doesn't llko it. Ho'll soon bo up again. Stand by and glvo hlm a volley noxt tlmo, nnd let's scohlin throw hlmself,"satd tho captain. Soon tho monster was seen coming to the surface, and six heavy rifles wero aimed, each marksman anxious to bent tho others. . Tho whale was evidently startled and meant to go down for a good whllo y him so that ho will go wild at onco. Why, men, if ho sends that tall up among you, you aro gone; not to speak of ho boats and davits that would go with you. There he comes; now, Johnson, yon fire, nit him just abaft tho blow holo, and let's see what ho'll do." Crack went tho riflp. and "sput" went the bullet as It sunk deep in the blubber. Tho whale seemed not to mind, nnd settled as before. butting nnd bumping her with his head. Then Welch thought of his Ho cleared ono 'away, cannons. loaded it with a chargo fit to burst it, and put In two solltr shot. His mate, who told jno tho story, said that tho captain was so angry that ho would havo fired tho chronometer at tho whale but what he would havo killed him. Tho Idea of a worthless trouble was finback making altogether too much for him to put up with patiently. Ho got tho gun all ready at ono of tho bow ports; run out, depressed, and lashed down solid. Then standing besido it with t chain hook In his hand, ho a watched forn chanco to fire. "Ho soon got It. Tho whale had backed oft some forty or fifty feet, and was about to Iungo at tho ship for about tho twentieth time. He wa9 nearly head on to tho cannon, and well on tho surfacoof tho water, when Welch touched her off. Dangl went the gun, and crash. Into tho whole's head went the shot. Thero was an awful flurry in tho water for a few seconds; then all was still, and the whale settled down out of sight-Therwas an nero of red foam whero ho had been, and ho must have been killed outright, for ho didn't rlso agulu. Welch didn't see him sink, for tho cannon burst Its lashings fn tho recoil and nearly went down tho foro hatch. If It had It would likely havo gone plumb through tho bottom of tho old craft, so tho captain and everybody round him were kept rlpht busy just then securing It." nll-th- is red-hoo N. Y. Sjm. Sutherland's Kagle Uye Salve is new and original In style ol package and medicinal qualities. UU not only a cure for all kinds of sore eyes but is guaranteed to give satisfaction as an ointment lor old sores, piles, etc. Z. Wayne Griffin & Dro. i.e. The Democratic tarifl is following out English principles in. taxatioii goods everybody must consume and In letting In free of duty those articles which the people of this country could produce profitable in competition with cheap labor nnd cheap lands Toledo Blade. of othercountries. , &Bro. e. . a, When your child is eating an np- pie or a piece of bread put oue of Dr. Bell'd Tiny Tonic Tablets In it and if there is any constipation there it will pass off just as easy. All dealers sell them at sc a vial. Z. Wayne Griffin I A. i'LOSS OF POWER Manly and tlt f. wiittvuaranteed.Soo us b pforo gojng Tvhero. bills and we dofework. Best nicip & ruinous inwin.uku and jQei puF pricos on IjiajA reaca.rervauuto healthan unfortunates tha aim ot I Vigor, Ncttoim io 1'aralyili, or Paliy, Weokneai nnd muting Drain won too ayttem, resulting In dullnou ot mental Faculties, Impaired Memory, low BplrlU, lloroito or Irritable Tnnt-pe- r, fear of Impending calamity', andaluouaanu arulouadorangs-ment- a of both body and mind yeault from pornloloug agent Rractlcea, often Indulged In by llimn.hlmtnnnnlnf Uiefr oonaequencoa. euui x nap-pin- e, of medical gentlemen who la atoool-atlo- n else- - plain bat clmta language, treating of the nature, gymptomg and curability, Hjr.nom treatment, of such dlaeoaott. Tt World. Dleperwary Medico! Association, Proprktor. of. th Invalid Hotel njulBurglcal Institute, Buffalo, N. Y., will, on receipt ot thl notice, 10 cent (In tamn for postage) mall, wlla cony of thl tuaif ul Moled In plain onTelope, book. It tuould bo read by.every young nan, parent and guardian in toe Una. Tlio "Joint rtlierntaii Democrats." Republican candidate Bradley was correct, of course, when he said In bis Louisville speech that "Carllsle.Hen-:- y Wntterson and the other Kentucky Democrats who are now for sound money leatned their principle.! from John Sherman." Ever since the war and until recently, the umjprity of the Democrats of the country at large have been the enemies of sound monThe Democrats ey in all its shapes. fought the law of January 14, 1875, for the. resumption ot specie payment. Betorc its passage they tried to defeat it, nnd after Its passage, they tried to repeal it. Twoithlrdaortbree-louith- s, of the members of the old Greenback party were drawu from the Democraof the men outcy. side ol the mining States who have Three-fourth- been shouting for frayflilvcr have Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Report I'dunffifths ol the been Democrats. men who have In the rfnit twety-fiv- e nl hanking years nltncked the na Bvive State system and have tried?nged to the bank cunency hnve t uemocraiic paiiy. some of the sliver Democratic pa iS&gZSfo pers have all along been' calling the Cleveland nnd Carlisle section ol their party "John Sherman Democrats," nnd they nre right. PrfBr to the war, cd at everybody and everything at THIr HJLPUBLICAN PLAT though, most of the Democrats were once. He clutched the arm of a sad FORM. Jefierson, when Presi-den- t, faced little woman with one long, boof that order. arbitrarily shutlhcmtnts against ny hand and clawed at his whiskers We nre Opposed to the free nnd the coinage of the silver, dollar, then with the other as he ordered the waitcoinage of unlimited sli rer slightly cheaper thanthe gold dollar, er in a Market street restaurant to believing that it would involve the in order to prevent' It from driving give him a cup of coffee. The waiter country In financial tuiu. Wcbelieve gold out ol circulation, and they re- brought it with some bread nnd butin n sound currency, nnd in the use mained shut for ove'ia quarter of a ter and laid down a chech for ten of both gold and Bilver lor coinage, century. Jcfiersou wnifa "John Sher- cents. provided always thnt a dollar inone is man Democrat." JnKori,tin the in"Would you give me anextra pitchmade preclrely as valuable as n dolterest, or imagined interesjoj gold, er of cream?" asked the ineanman lar In the other. made war upon (he United States The waiter brought it. ; The itepublicilnsi of Kentucky, Bank, and prevented the renewal of 'Yes, by the'way, give me a cup of while recognizing in the approaching its charter. He was a hard nioney, an hot water, will you please?" contest the great importance of State honest money, Democrat, like Van The waiter brought it and watched matters, nevertheless appreciate the Buren, Benton, Cass, Polkand all the 'the mean man curiosly. fact that parties exist nationally, and other Democratic leaders of that day. He poured the cream into the hot that no political party should beafraid That ' 'By the Eternnl!" which terri-fie- water, put a little sugar into it, shovor ashame to give full nnd explicit exthe mtllificrs would have been di- ed it at his wile, and flung one slice planation regarding its position on rected against Bland, Hants and the of bread without any butter in her every question nflccting the prosperirestof the 50c dollar men II any ex- direction. The little woman ate it ty of State and nation. isted in Jackson's day, n his party hungrily and the waiter added five The appithcntion of bulness inter-es- ts or out ol it. Despite his monetary cts to the mean man's check. as to recent threatened tariff as rep. and extravagances p;rjudiccs The row was heard three blocks up changes and the want of confidence in resented in thc&ank contest, he was Market street. He declared he was Democratic management caused resound on the finance question. Jack- being robbed because he was ftom the duction in wages, decline in exportason waS a "John Seriuan Democrat " country, but he finally paid when tion, general depression of business, The. Democracy of the present day threatened with arrest. destruction of property, shrinkage in should he proud of Sherman and his values and labor agitation. This apeminent disciple, ClevWd,for forcing Ever person," big, little, old or prehension, accompanied with subback to its old ground on young, black or white, rich or poor, the party sequent Democartic legislation, made the finance question. Its attitude on who has ever used Dr. Bell's Pine by "party perfidy and dishoner," has pronounces the best this issue was the best part of the De- Tar Honey luug remedy it on earth served in many respects to cough and increase mocracy's record before the war, and It's true, too, so" we guarantee. rather tbanjdimiuish Nationaldisnstef. Z Wayne Griffin & Bro. it has been the worst part of it since Under these circumstances the curthe war. By the time that Missouri, Grover Cleveland Is being cursed rency question has been forced into Mississippi and the few other States by a large element of his party at undue prominence, and the Democrat in which the silver heresy still, prethis time, but if he should get a fourth ic party has sei.ed upon that insue to vails swing over to the honest money the exclusion of all else, for the purside the Democrats may really begin nomination and should accept it, most ot this element would sneak in- pose of diverting public nttention to trace back the patty's apostolic from the contemplation of theruin its successsion to Jackson and Jefferson. to line and vote for him. Cleveland vicious policies and miserable manwill be on the highest is the biggest Democrat since JackThe change end of his agement has wrought. If the son, and eveu the profane importance to the country. We favor a tariff so regular as to Democracy from 1865 to 1895 had oc- party knows this nnd is impressed by protect the interests of nil classes of Louis i cupied the ground on the money . our citizens upoo 'articles fiat may be question which it held .front 1S01 successfuly manufactured or produced Cry civil a'ong near the beginning of the in this counlrv, thus insuring good war the monetary and general busiwages to the laborer nnd n home ness history of this period would have market to the producer; and in conbeen widely different, and the finan nection with this we favor the cial blunders committed would have of thedbctrlns ot reciprocEvery financial folly been averted. ity. We believe that such n system of the period, It is true, has found fawill defray ever governmental vor with some Republicans, but every expense, gradually liquidate all inoue Republican who thus went astray Forbearance, debtedness, restore public cotldence was accompanied by two Democrats. The water supply gave out one day, relegate to the rear the undue excite-ntpn- t t. And the city was filled with grim x now prevailing concerning the ..... r dismay. currency. In view of the past finanStatu ok Ohio, ) op Toujdo ss. Citv Men' wailed aloud and they tore their cial history of the Democratic party, Lucas Countvi hair, It3 devoting to the old SUte bank sysFrank J. Chenkv makes oath that And uttered remarks of grjm despair. tem and wild cat tendencies, we affirm he is the senior partner of tlte firm of one in the mighty crowd that the Republican party can be F. J. Chunky & Co., doing business And only Joined not in the walling long and more safely trusted to regulate the fin the City of Toledo, County nnd inancial system of the Nation. loud. State aforesaid, and that said firm We favor an American policy which will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED And he asked his neighbor, quite will protect Americans and American amazed, DOLLARS for each and every case of interests in any part of the world at Catarrh that cannot be cured by the Why this horrible hullabaloo was all hazards, and will sympathize with use of Halis Catarrh Curu. raised; struggling republics rather than ignorFRANK J. CHENEY. And when they, told him, he only ant monarchies. Sworn to before me and subscribe When the Democratic party came smiled, in'ray presence, this Bth day of Degaze of a gentle into power in Kentucky it found the With the far-o- ff cember, A. D. 1886. child. State able to pay every debt and have A. W. Gleason. Notary Public. And he murmured: "Home is the millions of surplus left. In the j SEAI. J meanwhile it has collected millions place for me, ol dollars ol taxes under the most unI'm gofng back where I ought to be. Hall's Catatrh CureTs taken internaljust systems of revenue, and yet we ly and acts directly on the blood arfd "There in Kentucky we're to well are today in the humilllating attitude mucous surfaces hC the system. bred, ol being unable to pay the current exSend lor testimonials, free. penses of the State, and upon a fair V. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, To notice a thing like that," he said. Washington Star. O. valuation of assets areiudebt millions by Druggists, 75c. ofdollars. They have Ho Mlatnke Here. e A, lteinliilsccniie of lljilcUniiiniigii, Is Gen. Hardin, candidate lor Gov the constitution, refused office to one "Just here" said, the veteran, "I etnor, for the free and unlimited coin fairly elected by the 'people, engaged came upon a most sorrowful experiage of silver? This is what he said in la extravagant legislation; increased ence. I was appointed to take charge a letter to a Democrat friend just be- salaries, created unnecessary olfice3 their incompetency to consisot one of the burying-partfore the convention, and as he has manifested ting of six men besides myself, We "never evaded a duty or shirked a re manage the penitentiaries, brought were hunting about among the heaps sponsibillty in his life" he must be of convict labor into competition with for the wounded for we left the dead the same opinion still. Here Is what honest tree labor, diverted the school fund, failed to provide a decent State to the last when It seemed to me he wrote then: that I heard a low moan. 'D'ye hear "It (free coinage) has been nnd is Capitol, and left its charitable instithat, Sergeant?' I said. 'Somechap the true Democratic record of our par- tutions without the necessary means groaning?' he asked. Just that,' said ty for a century nnd is in line with for their proper operation. of our party record and We demand economy in every de I 'Hunt for him.' Dragging away the the crime traditions when silver ol 1873, since pattment of public service, the enthe heaps of blue Hud gray, we came was clandestinely destroyed. This couragement ol enterprise and capiupon a young fellow shot through the was the position of Beck until the day tal and equitable and fair apportionposi'Don't mind me,' says he; of his death, It was Carlisle's shoulder ment of the Sldte, the impartial exIt ecution of the law, n thorough remodtake care of my brother.' We dug tion in his great speech in 1878. position of our eling ol the revenue system, a rigid has alwavs been the out a boy in gray with a bayonet-woun- d party and it is still its position, and it Inspection of the books and a radical in his internals. Hopeless always will be until I see our people change In the management of the penfreed from the bondage of Europe and itentiaries. case; no cure. Called myself n We recognize that the safety of a fool for my pains, but sat Wall Street. I am for restoring silver to where our forefathers bad it-- free State is best promoted by the fosterdown upou a dead horse aud looked ami unlimited coinage." ing ol a liberal system of common on while the blue brother, wounded school, and we pledge ourselves tp enin the shoulder, took the gray brothlarge and increase the preseut system To Our Nuliaerlbera. During the past year collections so that reasonable opportunity may er, wounded in the bowels, in his arms. I found them there in the have been very slow. The failure of be given to every child in the State to a morning, In the same posltiou, both crops and the depression ol busluess obtain solid business edt cation. cold nnd rigid; and I am not ashamed has been hard upon all of us and the to say I had to rub some wet out o' newspaoer man has not suffered least. From "The Chattanooga We have pulled through and. carried my eyes." National Park and Cemetery," In u large number ol you to the extent This is a small Demorest's Mag sine tor September. of your subscription. to many ol you no doubt but its druggist tells you he favor Whenever a been a large has sotnethingjustasgood lorcoughs, payment would have to us at most any time during the etc., us Dr. Bell's PineTarllons grip, ey don't you believe It, for wc guar-an- te past year. Now with the wheat crop that is is not true. We make ready for market, the oat crop harTHE the genuine and authorize all drug- vested and other bountiful crops gists to guarantee It. The K. E. ripening In the field, nnd nn nbun Sutherland Co., Paducab, Ky. 11 ii. a dance of country produce on hand we A Menu Man 111 Town. think the printer's time Is at hand. The champion mean iiian paid San Our creditors art calling on us, we He Francisco a visit tho other day. call on you. A liberal response C0MTMK1US must d wis a big, will enable us to more efficiently serve ILOM POISON tellow, with a nose JJicVtue blade of a you in the iuture than in the past. It reulcers yield to Its heallnir powers. HI. eyes, Hkei-llttjblack hatchet. Advance your dates. moves tho poison and builds up the system beads, were set withln.half an Inch of e hi O' ace. ami h your nulerlitllonr VatwOl. llMlto e la. .IU..M tO ti.atM.nl aul)l J, ol each other nnd glisicnetl nnd gleam. aUuu.'Ca', SWIrT SVU.IHIC Ilnveijron -- Baking attorneys : SS 4BSOX.UTEE.V PURE Powder SXartAtel, irenfajJcy. Will practice 111 all courts of Ohio nnd adjoining counties, Superior ColCourt nnd Court of Appenls. lections nnd all legal business attended to. Office 329 E. Market St. --aaV Klngo, ggt JaV, I). RINOO OWENSBORO, KY. Will practico his profession in Dnviees nnd udjoining counties. Special attention given to collections. Office, Bank of Commerce Building. LAWYER, GLENN & WEDDING, ' HARTFORD, KY. (Office, over Abderioa'sBaaur.) Jna.H.tilenn, J.H. It. Wciltilna;, LAWYERS, ' Will practice their profession !n ah thecoiirts of Ohio and adjoining counties, nnd court of Appeals, Special attention given collections. Also Notary Publio for Ohio county. d pillT square. M. L. ' Tames .A.. Sraltla, jTAW , , IIAItTFOItl), l(Y. Will practice his profession in Ohio and ntljcrfiiing counties, and court of Appeals. Special nttention given Office cast sldo ol'.pul lit collections. f Heavrin. HEAVRIN Shelby Taylor. & TAYLOR, : Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Will practico thier profession in all the Courts ol Ohio and adjoining counties, nnd in the Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office, next door- - to Bank of Hartford. Perry Wcsterfiold .St Attorney at Law. BeavekDam, Ky. Globe-Democr- Children for Pitcher's Castoria. Job work neatly and cheaply executed at this office. R. R. WEDBING Habtfoiw, Ky. , l Attorney at Law, Will practico his profession in all the courts ol Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Office, room 20, Hartford House. Globe-Democra- W.HrBARM;ES ATTORNEY AT Hartford, Ky. practice his profeeeion in all courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. . Special attention given to collection's. Office uext door below Commreri cial Hotel. V UK) WILL " Jo. B. ROGERS, Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in th courts of Ohio and adjoining countie. Carelul attention given to ail businesa entrusted to him. Office in Riu'Uii-lic- an Building. --. 3. Attorney O. IB.RIaSnE'lSlV t. tSold over-ridde- n HARTFORD, KY. Will practice hu profession in all th courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Careful attention will be given to al business entrusted to his care. , Col lections a specialty. Offico with the, county Attorney. Also Notary Publio. at Law, Attorney GREENVILLE, Law, at KY. busik-M- Will practice bis profession in all the courts )f Muhlenberg and adjoining counties. Special attention will be given to collections and all entrusted to his om. doorj)low postiillce. ftnt vmt. Attorney at JC&w, HARTFORD, KY. Will practico Ins profession In the Courts ol Ohio and adjoining conn-tie- s. Special attention given to col. lections. Office in Courthouse. EL JE. ISnESJkJLM, (Cbmify Attorney) ' con-sarn- Attorney a.t (,aw HARTFORD, KY. attention given to col making abstracts, Ac, also Notary Publio for Ohio County. Office North sldo ol public spure. JNO. B. WILSON, , fa-r- or s SPECIAL HEALS RUNNING SORES mm-mmmn- J. R. PIRTLE iiiiiii H CURES SERPENT'S .- STING long-legg- ed raw-bone- ateofe.0 Jltffi S DENTIST HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. e lll Is prepared to do any and all kinds Prices most of Dental Operations, reasonable, Office over Williams fy ' Ball's- Drug Store. ' &" 3f' Hartford Republican rUnUBUED Tin: big G. A. R. parade at Louis. villa occurs next Wednesday. The contest case over the liquor Friday, SniTiuinuR, 6 1895. election hold here on June 17, voting wliiiky back in the town ol Hartford, Subscription, $1.25 por year. nnd over which there has bean ngreat dent of bitter feeling and hard work, REFUDLICAN hasbesn decided by Judge O.vcn. He handed down his decision, last Friday in which he sustained the "wets." Hartford is now perhaps out of the fight on that question, w tfWJKJXTOCCV A 60 cent dollar may sntlsly tbo He cried aloud for enlvatlon, did Tbe liriiiorrtillo Pnrl)-- In n llnil fix. which has consumed the attontiou of laborer of Mexico and other Freo The Democratic voters of Kentucky her citliens for neatly a year. Wc Wat Hardin, and bo got it at tho Silver countries, but Amerlcnu la- hands of tho Eminence moo. have to choose between Ilardtn and have heard some talk of nn appeal but can leant nothing tnt certain the Democratic party. The Georgeborers insist upon a 100 cent dollar. Did tho Republican party ever town Times, oneot the leading papers about it at Eminence stoop so low as to import hoodlums to of the State, says: Tin: disturbanco McIIenry unit I.lkrn NnenU. which resulted in tho breaking oil" of cry down a Democratic candidate? "The free silver papers qre jubilant Mr. John J. McIIenry, an active tho joint dobates botween Col. Bradorer t'te position taken by Gen. HarHardin and tho Democratio party din in his speech nt Louisville on the young Ohio county politician, was in ley and Gen. Hardin was raised by a night. He is n son of wero indeed in great straight when currency question. The jubilation is the city last lot of drunken Democrats. McIIenry, of they instigated theEmincuco mob to TO VOTE THE REPUBLICAN Whlthoutthc support of the the late Hon. Henry D. The plan .to befuddle the public violence in order to drivo Col. Brad- sound money Democracy Gen. Hardin Hartfotd, and when the latter died, TICKET TUT THE X yet a member of the Constitumind by falso issues put forth by Har- ley from tho stand. ' would not have the ghost of a chance while UNPERTHELOG Convention, the son was unandin in tho joint debates wouldn't ol election, and it is a severe test of tional CABIN. EvERvprcciuctin thocounty should imously chosen to fill out the unexwork aud Wat had to.gct out of it their fealty to the patty to support The Republican Stato Central somehow. Hence, the Eminence have a well organized Republican him, in view of the antagonism be pired term. Talking of politics, Mr. McIIenry said: "Wc arc all right in Coramittco recently adopted the Log Club and the timo to begin tho work shows to the party platform." mob. We Jiave the most Ohio county. y Gabinastho emblem to bo placed of organization is now. Gen. Hardin, .in out judgment, upon the Republican ballets instead To Rtribute Col. Bradloy's action is the day of salvation, is as truo in should not receive a single vote from abundant crop we have raise in years, and the people arc prosperous nnd satof tho Eagle against tbo uso of which to his inability to meet Gen Hardin politics as elsewhere. What precinct hard money Democrats. isfied. We have no serious dvision tho Democrats were about instituting on tho stump is to display cither your will be the first to organize? Further than tiis, no Democrat, over the money question our people The Log Cabin is absolute ignorance or your unqualian injunction. whatever his views on silver, should The ringing of tho Col I ego bell vote for Hardin. His whole course is as a rule being for sound money. tho emblem adopted by tho old Whigs fied disregard for the truth. makes life in Hartford moro home- destructive of all party councils. It Nevertheless, wc do not regard tne in tho campaign of I84O and the sugThe Freo Silverites receive very like. Tho College with its students is an attempt to substitute the wilt ol currency as an issue in the State camgestion was found hero. To vote the little consclation from Mr. Balfour, and busy teachers is sadly missed dur- a reckless and rebellious taction tor the paign, aud do not propoie to let the Republican ticket stamp the X in the Republicans profit by any differences Fust Lord of the British Treasury, in ing vacation, aud all are glad to formally expressed will of the majorspace below the Log Cabin. among ourselves on tint score. Ohio his recent utterenccs regarding an in the old institution to the begin, ity. county is very close between the two ternational monetary conference, ning of anothcrjear's labor and sucThere is no precedent whatever for parties, and fell into the Republican looking to tbo rcmonitization of sil- cesses. the course Hardin is pursuing. If it column ovc 300 last fall, but we arc had been deliberately adopted to disEngland is not ready for such ver. Governor, The brave Cubans who are fighting rupt the party, it could not have been in better condition now, and feel con' arrangement. COL. WM. 0. BRADLEY, fident of carrying is for ourleglslative for political liberty are to be congrat- different. candidate and for the State ticket. of Garrard county TiifiLouisviUo officers waited until ulated upon their heroism and devoThe first questions of all questions 'Mr. S. K. Ccx, our nominee lor after the fight was over to serve the tion to the interests of their country. is whether the party will bow subserLieutenant Governor, representative, is an excellent man WM. J.WOKTHINGTON, warrant of arrest on McCoy and They havo tbo sympathy of patriotsev-crwher- e. viently to the yoke of Hardin, or and will make n capable legislator. Ointmhnt. 34 lyr. Moore Monday night. of Greenup county. They were Hero's wishing tho Cubans whether is will make- - an example of He is a man and is unreWhen IUby u iltk, wo Cutcria. wanted in Illinois, buthad an engagemay throw oif the galling Spanish him, and so for all time make the Auditor, derstood to be cither for McCreary or When ilia ru a CSjIU, the cried for Culortt. The Grade Cards arc better, petpetition of such an act as Hardin's ment to fight at Louisville. Of course yoke and be free. Bttckner for Senator." HAM H. STONE, When the became Him, ibo clung to Cutorta. tier and cheaper than ever. They arc Impossible. Post. Louisville the accommodating officers stood by Mr. McIIenry was accompanied by of Madisou county. When ins had Children, the tire them QutorU. tha hadsomest in the market; Mr. Bradley made a good point just the and saw the fight and then arrested Mr. G. B. Likens, Chairman of the Cried Down rty Hoodlum. thing to make n child feel jubilant, Secretary of State, says tbo Louisville Commercial, when the men. It is a perpetual disgrace on the Democratic County Committee of and to keep as a souvenir oftbc he called attention to the fact that CHARLES FINLEY, fair name of Kentucky that the Hood- Ohio county. Mr. Likens Indorsed school. 35 cents a hundred 300 for of Whitley county. The crowd which gathered at Em- the free silver men proposed to make ' Trade with Carson & Co. lum element should be allowed to cry what Mr. McIIenry said. He said in U f i.oo.at RKPUnucAKOflicc inence last Friday to hear tbo joint the silver mine owners' 81,000 worth Treasurer, "The Republicans are down a candidate for the high office addition: degate was largely for Bradley, but of silver into $2,000, but did not proo Don't forget to hand in that subGEORGE W. LONG, of Governor. Such w.13 the case at fighting to win this year, aud all of thero was a number of thugs in the pose to make tho farmers' 1,000 bush- the joint debate at the Eminence Fair that element in their party which of Grayson county. scription money this week. We art crowd who were well filled up on li- els of wheat into 2,000 bushels. Tho Was it the good people ot Henry went off with the Populists last year needing il wotse than you ate. Wc Attorney General, free silver plan is to make silver County? No it was is back in line now and will vote for quor and who went in to drive Mr. should be pleased to have you give us JUDGE W. S. TAYLOR, They suc- mines equal to gold mines, and make from Frankfort heading a gang of flralley. Strange to say this is not Bradley from the stand. a social call with a financial jingle to of Butler county." ceeded, a feat which Mr, Hardin the rich richer and poor poorer. Hoodlum's that they brought along true of those who left the Democratic it. Supt. of Public Instruction. could never perform. with them on purpose. Bradley party, they not having realized yet United States Department of made four'attemps to speak but the that tbey are playing into the hands W. J. DAVIDSON, Cry In 1892 tho people turned prodigal Agriculture gives tho following report Hoodlum's completely drowned his of the Republicans."i-CourIcr-Jour-n- al. of Pulaski county. In of crops for the month of August: voice by demoniacal yell's cat calls and went off after Democracy. Rigister of the Land Office, 1804 they icturned in sackcloth and "The report of the statistician of the kicking tbe loose boards of the platCHARLES 0, REYNOLDS, dishes and old Nature in answer to Department of Agriculture on the form and cries of " 'rah for Hardin." The U. S. Gov't Reports JCouisville 1.000 lu Jolil Olrcn Aunjt n l'riara. T Vu) ifl of Fayette county. their repentance has killed the fatted 10th of the month relates to condi- Mr. Bradley had been warned that the For the best pictures taken. On show Royal Baking Powder l vo. M November 15th, 1895, we shall give Commissioner of Agriculture, calf, and in the way of a crop has tions as they stood on tho first of tbo Frankfort crowd had come down to superior to all others. away One Thousand Dollars in gold LUCAS MOORE, got a h ump on herself that discounts month. Thus uudeistood, the returns make a disturbance so when he did for the best pictures taken by the Laof Marion county. msMiidin 01., Thcro's show an improvement in tho condition all he could and found futher efforts No I.oixcer Solid. all her previous efforts. The South crosse Camera. The South was not always "solid,, The prizes will be awarded as folnothing too goodfora returning prod- of corn of about 3 points during the fruitless he did just what any other Railroad Commissioner 1st Diet. lows: $200 in gold will be given for not always Democratic. It was Owenslioro, month of July, or from 99.3 to 102.5. gentleman would have dontunder the igal. JERRY R. PORTER, the bust picture taken by thfc CamHe withdrew. broken on the Tariff question, and The average for some of the princi same circumstances. era; $100 for the second best; $50 for of Hickman county. The manner In which Col. Bradley pal States are: Ohio, 89; Kentucky, The State Republican Executive will be again. Time was when the Ky. the third best; $25 for the fourth was treated at Eminence last Friday 113; endorsed his action and South refused to regard a "Tariff for Senator, For State best, 515 for the filth best; $ 10 for the Indiana, 100; Illinois, 10G; Iowa, committee best, $5 DR. A. D. JAMES. would be condemned by any party in V)7; Missouri, 115; Kansas, 90; Ne- cancelled further appointments lor the revenue only" as its political Koran. Painless Denistry ajSpecialty. sixth will beand lor the next 40 best 80 each given; for the next For Representative from Ohio County tho world but the Democratic party braska, 7G; Virginia, 102; North Car- joint debate if it could be called a de- A great upheaval, reaching beyond Our .celebrated Crown and Bridge best $2 50 each will be given, and for C. M. BARNETT. and by the Democratic party in any olina, 98; Georgia, 108; Alabama, bate. Mr. Bradley discussed the is- the silver agitation, is going on Work or Teeth without Plates applied the next 200 pictures taken by among a people who have passed without pain and guaranteed to give the Lacrosse Camera $1 each will be 6ther State but Kentucky. And yet 99; Mississippi, 93; New York, 98; sues of the day Mr. Hardin didn't. For Coroner, and the through a fiery furnace that seems to perfect satisfaction. given, making in all f i.ooo'giveu Hardinlalked about the war Mr. Hardin and the Democratic Pennsylvania, 90; Texas, 113." L. W. HUNT. deraonitization of silver in 1873 to havebeen required to make them even Gold Crowns $5 to $7 away. bosses and small fry editors in view We shall do this for two reasons, $3 to $4 County of Mr. Hardin's defeat in every joint which he Jaid all the ills of humanity wiser, belter and greater than they Porcelain Crowns To tho Voters of Ohio viz: The first to introduce tbe LaBest set of Teeth (no better made no is awful to contemplate the disHaving been nominated by the and got no farther; but drifted off a were before the war. Thirty years matter how much you pay) . . 8 crosse Camern for 1895; the second, Democratic party for the Legislature, debate are insisting that Bradley's graceful scenes that occurred at tbe have sufficed to remove all old preju- A Good Set race prejudice, called the Republi$6 to educate the amateuis In phonograI am before you asking your suffrage. reason for quitting the debates was joint bebate, at Eminence, right in can party the "nigger party" and in dices. Reconstruction is a thing of Good Fillings $1 up phy. This contest closes on NovemI can only pledge you that if elected I that he was unable to cope with Gen. the presence of death. Mr. Leep, an ber 1st, 1895, $1 the same breath begged the colored the past. The fear of "negro dom- Platinum Alloy will look after and, guard your inter-- , This camera can be used byanyone Hardin. 75c old and respected citizen of the town, man to vote for him. He feared ne- ination," which astute aspirants for Silver ests as I would my own, and endeavExtracting, per tooth 25c and is sold uuder a positive written irhad just been killed by lightning in office so long held up or to represent the whole people, guarantee to do the work or money The Sunday Star, a leading Dem- their midst, but nothing could influ- gro domination in Kentucky, some, man to frighten and as the "bogie" Painless cxlrcting with Vitalized -respective of parties. I will appreconsolidate the Air tiling no one else tears. In fact his joe refunded. ocratic Sunday paper of Louisville Respectfully, ciate your vote. Sent by express with fnlt instrucPAINLESS EXTRCTING by the ence that crowd of ruffians that had speech was just to sui t the time of people, has departed, and upon the Sam K. Cox. "Bradley has knocked the says: tions and rules governing this conuse of our years ago when the aped of all .this gone and forgotten Artificial Vitalized Air FREE when test upon receipt of express money been imported from Frankfort nn pur 1873 twenty-tw- o Teeth are ordeied. To tho Voters of Ohio County wind out of the negro bugaboo.' The pose for the occasion. A dispatch war was just over and strong prejus political lare We find agricultural and Gold Filling in your Artificial Teeth order torji 75. Star also says: "Kentucky needs a Remember, A Written Guarantee Friaow Citizens: I am before you through the land. mineral development, and a commerdice ran same as your natural Teeth'. Bays that it is the opinion of prominent Again the as the Populist candidate to repre- change," She'll getit. Goes with Every Camera. Henry county Democrats that on this Realizing that prejudice and prejudice cial impetus which will, ere long, asOffico Pormanantly Address, LaCrosse Specialty Co., sent Ohio county in the Lower House Star says: "The election ot Gen. the North and the whole world Locatod. aud am asking the suffrage of every Parker Watkins Hardin Governor of account alone that county will give alone is the wand that keeps Ken- tonish LaCrosse Wis. Outoct, 1 with its effect and results. column of Democratic honest producer of wealth. If electNo tuckians in the Bradley four hundred majority. Kentucky would bo nothing less than When the issue of slavery came to ed, I pledge myself to work for the blames the good people of Henry states that it is was rapidly dying out, best Interest of Ohio county, and look a public calamity. Asido from ques- one Good Times are Hero Again and tho county, as tho leaders are known to that the people were beginning to dominate parties all else ol politics after and guard your interests to the tions of currency he has a weakness, be clerks from Frankfort who were vote for their own interest, letting the aud economics in the South departed, best of my ability. I promise also, past bury the past, it was but natural and for at least ten years before the that my vote for United States Sena- vacillation and greed for office tnat uneasy abouttheir sott places. tor shall go to that candidate whom I cannot be indorsed by serious thinkwhen this old ship of Democracy was war, and even since, those things think will best subserve the great ing people." of which have grown out of it have THAT SECOND PLATFORM going to pieces in the majority of Kentuckians on the curThe Democratio State Central Com- public sentiment that he would seizs made the South "solid." There is a rency question, viz.: The enactment In opposition to a hog law in Hart- mittee has reported the platform cut and climb upon the largest piece of breaking np in North Carolina, in of a law for the free and unlimited Is to the front with an unusuallly attractivo premium list. coinage of both gold and silver at the ford it is aruged that tho hogs are our to fit Wat Hardin nod it is a miserable wreckage left floating Prejudice, and South Carolina, in Louisiana, in Alapresent legal ratio of 16 to 1. No one only street scavengers and that if we makeshift and a disgrace to the men try to save himself. Sooner or latjr bama, in Kentucky, in Tennessee, and will appreciate your vote more than this fragment will be buried under a the whole South is on the brink of a have no hogs on tho streets the people whose names are signed to it. myself, Resp'y, great tidal wave ol ballots guided by political volcauo. This is not inexTho people are told by insinuation, would die of diseases, engendered by P. MIU.KR. J. plicable. The South desires to adLet's if not in words, that Republican a storm of sound ideas and principles the accumulation of filth. Will Commence vantage itself of progress, to share in SPECIAL NOTICE. climb one hill at a time. the success means mixed schools and ne- as irresistible as thatavalanche ttklch Drive the nation's development, and it can swept everything before it last NoWhen tho men hog out of town and then the gro domination. WoTiave made repeated appeals to authorities will be compelled to clean who wrote it and the imps over the vember. If the people of Kentucky not hope to do that under the policy of a "Tariff for revenue only." That subscribers who are in Arrears with the streets, which duty bos been but State who shout it from tho rostrum, say so it will be next November. policy has struck at sugar and rice, Cqmmerci.il. Carrolton performed by tho town know it is every word a low, meau, us; some have responded cheerfully imperfectly coal aud iron, and these products, agTho Fair Grounds at OWENSBORO, KY., aro acknowledged to bo infamous campaign lie. and paid ono year in advance, others hog. Ni.xt year we willgo before the peo- ricultural and mineral, are so power A Democrat writing to the Louis- ple as we did beiore. We will unfurl ful that their ramifications extended better arranged nnd aro the finest Fair Grounds in tho State. have paid no attention to our noTho Race Track is a model for a half mile track and has been kept ville Pott of Saturday in speakiug of the banner of Republicanism, emblazTHE EMINENCE MOB. throughout almost every State a nd tices. To all thoso who have paid we Such a display of ill breeding and tho Address says: gold and silver, on which into banking and business circles. in hotter condition this year than at any previous timo. oned with nro very thankful, to those who have down right lawlessness as that which "The Harmony Address of the there shall be the words, "Protection Protection is a policy too broad to be Democratic StateComraittee.fordown-righ- t not paid, we ask you again to call or drove Col. Bradley from tho stand at SPEED RINGS. to American Industry and Protection limited by sectional lines, and its adchildishness overtops any docsend in that subscription account you Eminence on lost Friday could ocument ever issues on a serious sub- to American Labor." Let us stand vocates are too liberal, just and genNo cnlranco fee, uo deductions Tho speed rings aro open without nowhere outsido of Kentucky, ject by boys out of their knickerbockon the platform of the Republican erous to withhold its beneficent effects cbargo to all comers. If your horse- don't win it don't coat you anything, owe. We are at a great expense ev- cur Such monocracy could find a home no ers. It Is simply this: You must all p.itty, and we will again ses the from any part of the country desirous Tho show in tho Amphitheatre will bo up to tho usual' standard, which ery week and MUST have what is where else save in u State which for Hardin, or the State will be grand and magnificient State of Linof embracing the advantages of that gives vote due us on subscription. Look at the guarantees world beaters and brings fine and fancy stock from everywhere. turned over to the Republicans, and policy. American Economist. label on your paper and you will see to the world 48 murders in 49 days. that means the domination of the ne- coln and of Grant and oiLogan wrestHere are a few premiums: m ed from Democratic misrule. Gen. Low much you ore indebted tons, That such things should happen gro. "The census 1890 shows for Ken- II 01 ace Clark. SaddlcSlaliion, Maro or Gelding and don't rest until you have paid it would sctra to be bad enough, but so $100 00 off. Your subscription account is desperate have the Democratio man- tucky a population of 1,590,462 whites 6000 . Finestalllou and 268,173 colored people; that is, t just as essential as any account and CurlUlo Ciui't Help Mntter. 70 00 Registered saddle stallion, mare or gelding agers becomo that tbey seek to con- six of the former to one of the latter, you ought to pay it just the same as It 1.1 easy to see how Carlisle could or more exactly, Maro 4 years old and upwards . . . 80 00 57 any other account, and you will con- done, if not to wholly ejtcuso the of- cent of the former85 and and 100 per be'p hio party by a stumping tour to 14 100 00 Harnossstallion, maro or gelding , fer a great favor on us by paying fence, and thus add insult to injury of the latter. It all the colored men through Kentucky underpresent con- AT ONOE. 80 00 Stallion, general use by intimating that Col. Bradley's ac- vote the Republican ticket, they must di'iuns. The chasm in the party is 10000 Combined stallion, mare or gelding, tion was unwarranted. Col, Bradley still get over 35 per cent, out of the 1 10 broad now to bridge. He When the Republicans party gets Messrs. A. T. Nall fc Co. have was grossly insulted by tho organized white population; in other words, 8000 it justbefoie the beginning of control again, as it will next year, ilnre, general use five whites must vote the Republican notices to the effect that on the mob posted GO 00' of thugs, who were there for that ticket for every two blacks. How, tin canvass by his speeches in that- - with some Republican for President Double team 14th day of September tbey will ap- purpose, and he did only what Any little the blacks have to say within' 100 00 State, but it widened when Hardin such as Reed or McUnleyor some oth- Harness gelding Couriei-Joum- al ply to tho County Court for lincense other tells it. 1)0,1,111 80 00 gentleman would the parly the; bis joint debates with Bradley er man, we will take up that Tariff Saddio gelding everyday; nnd is clear enough, Thtre to sell liquor by the drink in Hart- have dono under the circumstances. ,, 100 00 and repudiated the platform. Car- yet and go over it item by item and Harness stallion is not a colored man on the Stole ford. Judge Owen in tho Contested 8000 A fair aud unbiased view of the ticket; none has been nominated mn lisle can not help matters so long as make amendments to it as will give Harness maro election cose decides the Circuit subject Hardin remain on the ticket and con,.,100 00 reasonable Protection to American la- Saddle stallion can but lead to the conclusion where for the Legislature: tioiu-has no juisdiction and the case loCourt Louisville among all the forty.six ?.:$0.QO tinues shouting for free silver. The bor and American industries as against Saddio maro will no doubt go to the Court of Apt that the Democratio managers sought cat candidates. more speeches the sound money Dem- foreign labor and foreign Industries. Rockaway mare or gelding 00 , . , , tbeso base and dishonorable means of Somebody must bo getting peals. "Yet every six white Keutuckl na '. mighty dry in Hartford. getting Mr. Hardin out of a scries of are to huddle together In limit il ihu ocrats make now the wider the breach The people of this countrynever knew Model ring shiv-i'-v, in their patty will grow. It is a bad they wanted that sort of Protection debates in which bo was continually ol the one poor, ignorant, At the same tun the situation for the Democrats, and it they were never certain ol it until j Applylo tbo Secretary at Owensboro, Ky for entry blanks wprtfrniuni little nigger. losing ground. p ra committee Is paying colored Hit. Alia. Fm can not be mended by anything either the Democrats, by mistake, got pos M BmI LUULa VfnlMt All list timid. UmM Such a state of ullairs is sufficient to enlist negro votes for the !' Cough Bjrup. Tutet 13 L. D, Daer A Bro. nro lessoes of all privileges, In time. HoM br drwnriilf. ivl M faction can do inthenext two months. session of this country two years ago, to bring the blush of shamo to tho party. of any J, W, CARTER, Secretary, Democrat. address tells that.iftlie Re face Senator Culloiu, "The i jo. NAM A. e EVERY FIUDAY MORNING it. mxir.n.s ANIl:UHO Vroprlelor. :uior. - ,, MI CI f&2 publicans get hold ot the State they will upset the common school system (which must mean that they will give us mixed schools) forgetting that the Down with tho town hog and town constitution provides fully against cow and up with decent streets. Quay had things all his way in tho any such changes, and pretending recent Republican Convention in not to know that white Kentucky Tub weather of tho past fow days have the some feeling Pennsylvania. is sufficient to remind, oven tho least against mixed schools a Kentucky by they wind observing, that tho good year of 1805 Tim olection is just two months Democrats that And cutrency is up natelling us a the is entering upon its last legs. away and very few ifnny clubs in tional Issue, with which 'we have nothing to do In a State election." the county nro organized. It's been nearly a week since tbo How docs a' party whose bosses repapers havo had more than a half col Have you a Republican Club in sort to such rot expect to maintain umn about tho biuisor bruloi, Corbctt your precinct? If not see to tho or- thslr own t, much less tho and Fitzslmmons. ganization ol one immediately. confidcnco of tho people Will hoodlums and bums do all tho voting in NovombftrT Wo think not. WETS WIN. Judgo Owon Hauds Down a Filial DooiBtou. "X To-da- wet-co- Republican Ticket. Idler Timet nml Ilia Online. Republicans rejoice In all evidence of returning prosperity The business interests of the country were stricken dowii by the success of Mr. Cleveland on a platform demanding the immediate overthrow ot the Proraltective system, nnd at the head of a party which had shown its friendship in every way to lree silver coinage, The Democrats of the House of Representatives, ns soon as called together by Mr. Cleveland, began to work O. on n bill under the supervision of Mr. Wilson designed to carry out the plat. form. It was passed by the House, but the Senate substituted another bill for it, which, under the lead of Mr. Gorman, the Democratic managof er of that body, changed the Wilson bill Into nn irregular and unsystematic Protection measure. Business did Silnot revive after that bill was passed e and ruling elbecause the ement ot the Democratic party de- noticed it ns a base betrayal of principle, and 'declared at the first opportuop- nity further steps would be taken toe. ward Last November the people had a chance to express suftheir opinion, and they did so in a way that showed that there would be dine legislation for a no more long time to come. Then mnnufact-- . tires and other business men felt safe in making some calculations for the Evfuture, and business began to revive. The indications are that wc will have good crops and fair prices, nnd good crops nnd fair prices help the Tevival Man-ager- s. that the Republican victories started. The Republicans promised last fall that times would begin to improve il their cause was indorsed by the people, aud the promise has been carried "How (a Olro nil HUln lUoemee." Simply npply "Swaync's out. Times arc better, but they are Ointnot wholly good, nnd will not be un- ment." No internal medicine rcqulr- -' til Republicans are put in full charge cd. Cures tetter, eczema, itch, all eruptions on the face, nose, &c, leavof the administration of Government ing the skin clear, white and healthy. affairs Louisville Commercial. Its great healing and curative powers arc jossessed by up other remedy. Ask your druggist lor Swavnr's Silver Rally and Free Dinner. Tlioro will bo grand freo silver a Free-Trad- Free-Trad- Free-Trad- ly and free dinner givon at Prontitj,IyM on Saturday, Sept. 7. A. Power, Capt. ono of tho greatest orators of tho State Indiana,will speak in tho interest of tho Free Coinage of ver. Candidates of all political parties ' J v will bo givon an portunity to presohtf their claims for frage. A big free ner will be given to all who attend. erybody invited. P. A. Swain and A. L. Westoriield, sound-mone- y lr Remember th high-official- s Great Hardin County Fair will be bold at Elizabethtown on September lOtb to 13th. Children for Pitcher's Castorla. ueniai 1 n.M.t.p. 1 u vw rss . lst It in-t- ..... -- pell-me- tfff-Th- is mid-ocea- n DAVIESS CO. FAIR THE FAIR FOR 1895 or T 1 Hardin CountyFair begins September 10 1 j 0 and comtinucs four days. nar-luw- td 1 -' I $$&$&$' jf30 P P fair-mind- ed Globe-Democr- at. u Awarded New neckwear at Fair Bros.& Co's. New lall goo Is at Fair Bros. & Co Highest Honors World' Pair. FUST mm FULL Stevens & Rial are head quarters for Dig line percal shirts at Fair Bros. ' groceries. & Co's. VOICE CULTURE. A BRECKINRIDGE- - "Shipment 01? w CREAM NEW GOODS Arrived BAKING at A Pretty line of Curtain drapery at Mr. t7l! Griffin was in Danville Fair llros. & Co's. this week. Curry combs, brushes, etc , at See Fair Bros. & Co. line wool fin- Stevens & Rial's. ish satlues. Mr. W. R. Jones, Fordsvilie, called Look at Stevens & Rial's line of to see us Monday. qucenswarc. No one is barred out on bargain nt Boys school suits 75c to $3 00 at Fair Bros. & Co's. Fair Bros. & Co's. Mr. C. C. Dennis, town last Saturday. Miss Maud Taylor, was in town Tuesday. Music Studio In Charge, of Miss Annie Griffin to be Opened Next week. NORMAL COLLEGE Will open the Fall Term Tuesday, September 3, 1895, and contlnuo 48 weeks. Classes Faculty Sludenls may enter at any time. to suit all, Courses Teachers' Business, Clauical, Scientific, Telegraphy, Music. Terms reasonable. Address, (Irsl-cla- POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. pure Grip Creim of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or ny other adulterant. 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. Pnntls, was In Mrs. It. D, Gully returned from Owensboro Wednesday, Mr. John M. Bishop, was in town Tuesday. Ccntettown, Great Opportunity for Vocal Training. Miss Anuic Griffin will next week open a Music Studio in a suit ol well arranged rooms she has secured at the Miss Griffin has Hartlord House. spent the past year in the study of vocal culture, under the best teachers In Louisville. She has n voice ol surpassing richness and beauty and the for training superior facilities have rendered her an adept in the DFS.. HAKDLNSmjHa, KY. 3P. JSODEI-A.ODE3LXaDEST- T, President. i While attending the . A. . Fair Bros.& Co's last week. Opened now and ready for inspection. Kever -"vlvfever 60 Be&aiifal So Qheap- - Beaver Dam, We extend you n cordial invitation to visit the Largest and finest exclusive Mr. Luther Duke, of Eddy ville, has been in town this week. Subscribe tor Run Republican and Louisville Commercial, Silence may be golden Don't buy a dollar's worth until you see this line. NOTE OUR PRICES. Good heavy bed ticking Very best bed ticking Heavies Bhlrtings Good ted flannel S61n. red table linen Good cotton jeans stable oil cloth ... .toe 15c 7C 15c 20c mc 20c 20c tfsheeting . ,. . .6c 1 lea vy brown cotton Good enssitnere 35c Yard wide white LInscy .25c Cate yarn (none to equal It) . .. . 75c Good fast color calico 5c ... ... Ilight grade dress glnbanis Wool finish satines ... Re Fine black satinet I2c i2tfc Remnant stock summer dress goods at your own price. NEW DRP.SS GOODS. ' 'Novelties in all the late weaves. Wo call especial tention to our line of Shoes and Clothing. We bought these goods early and are prepared to give you some rare bargains. Those having largo families to provide for should not fail to price our lino. Remember that wo buy these goods for ensh and sell only that way,so yon pay no.one's debts. Call on us and wo will do the rest. La Belle Crepon 15c Gros De Vndros 15c paper. Write us for samples. Rev. G. J. Bean has returned from French Plisse 15c If you want good reading, almost a visit to friends and relatives nt all wool serge In black and 36in. free.take TiiuREPUBLiCANand and Sulphur Springs. navy blue 40c See advertisement in this all wool serge in navy blue Col. Lem McIIcnry, of the State at 65c issue. and black large, came in last evening on a visi jCin. helirietta's, all shades 20c We buy Bacon and Hams, Chickto local friends. Frankfort Capital. ens, Feathers, Gingseng and all kinds Stevens & Rial have moved into of good country produce. their new stand and have the finest Carson & Co. line of groceries, queensware, hardField & Holbrook are prepared to ware, etc., in Hartford. furnish you any kind or style of bugParties having soiled clothes, faded gy you may want at prices that would suits, would do well to call on J. C. you. astonish Pretty line curtain drapery, from Dean, at the old Republican Office, . . . 5 to tsc If you need a shave, shingle or who is prepared to dye and clean old New line percal s . . . . to to I2jc shampoo while call garments of like nature. in town Good unlaudred shirts 40c on Bullington, E, L. than Mrs. Thomas Fancy Negligee shirts Bctryman, living 75c whom there is no better barber in the near Liberty, died Tuesday night and Fine line neck wear 25c Green River country. Good pair gents drawers was buried Wednesday at Liberty. 25c If you need a Suit of Clothes, new She was an exemplary christian lady 6 spools O. N,T. thread 25c Dress, set of Furniture, new Hat, and will be greatly missed in her comSilk belting 25c Domestics, pair of Shoes, barrel of munity. buckles Beautiful belt 25c Sugar or anything kept in a firs- tGents gingham bordered handker Jno. Willis and Mrs. J. C. Catpen. class store, come to Carson & Co. chiefs 5c ter had a little difference a few days Pretty line ladles handkerchief . 5c Mrs. Coflenberry, of Kansas City, ago and WilUs ejected her from his Shell hair pins 10c per doz Mo., is visiting friends and relatives . . . ascto$i.J5 Ladles straw sailors at Beaver Dam. She and Miss Rosa house, and Mrs. Carpenter had him arrested. He was tried Monday and Men fur hats 75c to $5.00 Taylor were the guests ol Mrs. to $3 00 Men umbrellas 75c btother, Mr. Lee Stevens, acquitted. Ladies Dongola but tin shoes . $(.25 Tuesday. TheHypatian Literary Society of Men good quality fine shoe3 . . $1.25 Mi. Geo. W, Snell says no one can Hartford College will give an ice Remnant stock slippers 50c to $1.50 beat his muskmelon patch and now cream supper in College yard this per pair. he stands ready to vouch for a melon evening. Everybody Invited. Hi? Men all wool suits $5.00 which grew in his patch this year. It for the benefit of the Society and ev Boys suits 75C to 53.00 was 20 Inches in length; 36 inches in erybody should attend and help this Good size zinc trunks . . . . $2.25 circumference and weighed 32 pounds. little band of working sisters. Best jeans pants made $1.00 Nextl Mr. M.L. Heavrin went toOweusboro Ladies 40 inch wool skirts . . . 90c We publishthisweek the announce- last week to visit his father's family 40c 7 foot window shades He now has a Lace curtains . . 50c to $ 2 50 per pair ment of Mr. J. P. Miller, as the Pop- and was taken sick. severe attack of typhoid fever at the Darning cotton 5c ulist candidate for Representative in home of his brother, Dr. Heavrin. Very good corset 25c the Lower House of the General AsR. & G. corset 85c sembly from Ohio county. Mr. Mil- Mrs. Heavrin has gone to Owensboro Best kid gloves, book or button . $r.oo ler is a good, substantial farmer, liv- to be with him during his Illness. 8c ing near Beaver Dam, and is very Men good heavy sox Jim Ford and Queen Brown both He is well colored, had a little setto in Hayti . . 8c popular with his party. Ladies heavy grey hose known throughout Ohio county. last week, and the case was tried Last Saturday night while Mr. Wm. Tuesday. Ford argued his own case Tanner, living near town, was on his and County Attorney E. P. Neal con- at- way to church, in company with uuctea ine prosecution. Ford was some other boys, his horse fell with cleared for waut of sufficient evihim, throwing him a considerable dence to convict him. distance, but. not hurting him very Elder I. II. Teel Is conducting n The horse, however, was not successful revival at Alexander, and badly. so tortunate is he dislocated his is meeting with much success. There shoulder. have been three conversions and a Ro-siGlobe-Democr- While trade picks up, Stevens & Cahson & Co. Rial's prices go down. We take school orders. Mr. John Henry Thomas, Sulphur CAESON & Co. Springs, was in town Wednesday. Have your old clothes cleaned and $1.25 buys a handsome pair of ladyed by J. C. Dean. dles fine shoes at Fair Bros. & Co. Mr. Jus. Cecil had the misfortune Miss Sallie Taylor is visiting her to lose a finehorsc last week. brother II. B. Taylor, Louisville, Ky. Suppose you see our fall Hats. Born to the wife of Mr. Henry They are dandies. Carson & Co. Davis, last Saturday worning a 12 lb, For H. M. T. buggies call on Field boy. & Holbrook. Prices tosultthe times. Master Burr Morton is visiting his Mrs, Mlzella Tanner, keeper of the aunt, Mrs. Dave Gentry, Prentis.this Poorhouse, lost a valuable cow last week. week. Mr, and Mrs. Henry Carson are ex- K. I.. Bullington Is prepared to tipptpfl linmr. tn. .Int. fmni tti.,1.. give you a quick, easy and close ' al tour. shave. A strong pull the one that can rip Field & Holbrook nre prepared to the scams of Fair Bros. &.Co's wear well suits. bail all your hay with the latest im proved machine. Miss Sadie Hendricks, who has been quite sick lor several days, is someMr. Coffe, of Florida, has been visiting the family of Mr. F. P. Foreman what better. this week. Mr. T. J. Morton is spending the Read our campaign offer of the week with his uncle, Mr. J. W.Baker, -- " at Render. and Tim Republic-Afor $1.75. Mrs. Dave Gentry, Prentls, was the Remember This Republican Office guest of her sister, Mts, Judge Jon. P. has the finest grade cards, teachers, Morton, Monday. and give us your orders. Mr. Jas. P. Thomas and Jno. T. Young ladies, J. C. Dean can clean Moore will go toOwensboro your old last winter dresses and make on their bicycles. them look as nice as new. Mrs.Prudie Taylor has moved with Have your old clothes, made new her iamily to Russell ville, where she by J. C Dean, who can be found at will teach this fall. the old Republican Office Miss Mary Leach has'a severe atMiss Sara Collins went to Sulphur tack of typhoid fever at the home of Springs last Sunday on her bicycle. Mr. M. L. Heavrin. She returned the same evening. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hayes.Owens-borTeachers, we have an excellent line visited their son, Claud, Kinder-hoo- k, Monday night. of grade cards, printed on the finest We are In the lead. Globe-DemocrN o, but silver SHOEtheSTORE ity. in You will find the Latest Styles In footwear at prices within the reach ol M, and it will afford us pleasure to teccive a call from you whether you purchase, or only inspect our modern establishment. Awaiting you, we are, Very truly, talks at Fair Bros. &Co. Miss Sallie Coleman, who has been sick with typhoid fever.is improving. Mr. Wayne Monday school Dan-vill- e Griffin went to She has already obtained a numwhere he will attend ber of pupils and others will be added Per to the list in the near future. Born to the wife of Mr. Jo Wilson sons desiring the very best training near Prentls, Wednesday morning, a In Vocal Culture should patronize Miss Griffin's most commendable eafine girl, ter)) rise. is visMrs. J. I?. Plrtle, Versailes, Miss Griffin Is recommended by the iting the family of Mr. F. W. Pirtle, highest music authorities in Louistown. near ville, Beside recommendations from Lowest prices on bed ticking, caliPi of. W. R. McQuown and other mu coes, domestics, and staple Dry Goods sic teachers of the city, is the followat Fair Bros. & Co. ing from a graduate of the Boston Fall suits some people, and Fair Conservatory of Music and successful Bros. & Co. suits a great many more teacher: Louisville, Ky,, Aug. 20, 1895. with their fallsults. To whom it may concern: I Miss Ella W. Cox returned last take great pleasure in recommending week from a few weeks visit to friends Miss Annie Griffin as a teacher of Vocal Culture. Having received in. and relatives in Illinois. stiuctlons from the best sources in Mrs. Ben D. Ringo is visiting her the State, in her chosen art, together I assure those She will with a gifted voice, parents in Logan county. who may secure her services will find be absent about two weeks. fully competent to teach and her Miss Chlnn, daughter ol Mr. Frank zealous In her efforts to please. Agnes Pauline Collins, Chinn, of Heflin, died at her home Graduate of Boston Conservatory of yesterday morning of typhoid fever. Music, 732 Third Avenue. Miss "Katharine B. Whipple, ot Mrs. Wm. Martin and Miss Nan Tanner, Masonville, who have been 1191 6th St., the leading teacher ol visiting Mrs.E.P.Thomas.returned to Vocal Music in the city, says: "Miss Griffin's voice is brilliant and powtheir home yesterday. erful and is suited lor n large hall and Mrs. W. II. Moore and son, Mr. E. She has been for concert singing. P. Moore, Sulphur Springs, were the taught the purely Italian Method and guests of Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Ford is very capablt of teaching," Saturday and Sunday. Miss Griffin is one oi Hartford's most Mr. Luther Duke.of Eddyvllle, has worthy and most popular young larented Mr. C. L. Field's house on dies and our people wish for her the Market Street, and it is presumed he high success for which, by her will open a saloon in same. splendid natural gifts and her excelWill they fit your feet? one lot of lent attainments,shc is so abundantly shoes, sizes 2, 3 and 4's to close out prepared. at 50c per pair, worth $1.00, for ready Juki By Koine Nothing. you now at Fair Bros. & Co's. "I'm not hurting my horse," said art. BOSTON SHOE CO. Cor. 4th and Green Steets, opposite CourlerJoutnal Building. JmiBe iuny. The docket of the court of appeals is now complete, being the largest in years over one thousand cases. There will be seven judges to decide these cases, howevar, and the present members are hard workers. In point of cases decided last term, the eccentric Judge Gufly easily heads the list. There is suspicion that in the allotment the venerable chief justice gives to Judge Gufly the easy ones, but as the decisions are usually in the line cf justice and common sense, there has been no kicking except from dis- uc j uuge uoes nuiuicM iiuuuu, not waste any words in his opinions. A young Western Kentucky attorney, who is personally fond ol Judge Gufty, recently undertook to advise-hiabout his opinions. "You are making a good reputation," he said. "The people are indulging only one criticism. They sayyou do not enter into sufficient details. Your conclusions, they say, are correct, but they want to know your authorities and the line of reasoning by which yo . BEAVER DAM. Rev. E. E. Pate filled his regular appointment here Sunday. Mr. J. Ham Miller and family spent Sunday with Miss Emma Barnes and sister. Mr. Frank Casebler, Rockport, has been in town for the past week. Mr. Ed Wiggles, Louisville, visited the Monroe family last week and returned home Sunday, accompanied by Miss Maud Monrce, who will spend a I few weeks in the city. Mr. C. W. Parrott, Louisville, has Rebeen In town visiting friends. turned Tuesday with Miss Fannie Barnes, who will make a visit to friends there. Mrs. E. D. Gully and Miss Sara Collins, Hartford, were out on their wheels Monday evening. Prol. E. R. Ray and Mr. W. G. are erecting cottages. A restaurant was opened this week in the lowest room of Masonic Halt. About sixty are now taking ratals Mc-du- ' arrive at thekt conclusions." "9Tah may tell my erlta'w," repKW Judge, 'that I am not running a kindergarten for ymrag lawyers. If they want to know the law supporting the opinions, let them look it up like I spent Friday night with their sister, did." Owensboro Messenger. thtre. Mr. C. ., Chick spMt Saturday and Sunday at his home. Messrs. Byron Barnes and Henry Barnard spent Sunday in Fordsvilie. Misses Laura and Bessie Barnes .. Good ... One combined saddle, harness and farm horse; 6 years old. For further particulars call on or address This Republican, Hartford, For Sale: Ky. tf W. L. Collins' show struck Hartford Wednesday and has pitched tent inthe vacant lot opposite Dr. J. 13. lie will likely beBcre Pendleton's. several days. Supt. Z. II. Shultz will speak at school house in District No. 103 toEverybody invited. morrow night. Mr. L. T. Barnard will open school there next Monday. Mrs. Dr. J. S. Coleman, who has been sick lor several weeks with a complication of diseases, is improving. Dr. Coleman is able to be out after several weeks illness. .... .... ... Held 10 Amwer. F. M. Haven was tried before United States Commissioner Bell yesterday lor depositing or causing to be deposited an obscene letterlnthe at Roslne. He was held over, and'in default of a $400 bond was committed to jail. Haven admits Having written me letter, but says Ragland had it put in the postoffice to get him into trouble. They had Owensboa dispute over a contract. ro Messenger post-offi- "Where there is a will there is a way" if you have a will ol your own to save a nice little bit ot money, When I got home, an hour ago, 1 there is a way that can be your own found the poor dog almost mad with trade with Fair Bros. & Co. hunger and thirst. It's often just as Mr. Ellis Owen, Owensboro, came bad, Johnny, to do nothing as to do over Sunday on his bicycle in two something very bad. " LGolden,Rule. hours and fifteen minutes. He reFoster llrowii'KHIore Jliirncd. turned Monday. He was the guest ol Last Monday night Messrs. Foster his cousin, Mr. Jas. P. Thomas, while & Brown's store house was burned at here. Centertown, and all the contents were The Board of Trustees will meet next destroyed. The house was valued nt Tuesday to discuss the question of is- about $400 and the stock of goods at suing license to sell whisky in the about $2,500, with an insurance on town of Hartford. The lowest price both for $1,500. The origin of fire is is $150 and the highest is (500. It unknown, as if seemed to spring up is presumed the license will be placed from the inside while no one was at $500, the limit. about. The loss will be quite heavy on the young gentlemen, who ate excellent fellows. Miss Emma Barnes. Mr. H. MerrickjWho has been quite sick for the past two weeks, is able to be out again. Miss Edna Stevens has recovered a rough, man, when the agent lor the Society for the Preven- from a serious case of typhoid fever. tion of Cruelty to Animals spoke to Mrs. S. P. Taylor, little Misses Nora him. "Why, I'm not even touching Maddox and Lucy Gammon have rethat horse, and I haven't gone near covered from their sickness, Mrs. Perry Wcsterfield, who has him for on hour." "That's just what's the matter," been in Louisville under treatment at said the agent. "You've let him the Infimary for five weeks, returned stand out there this bitter cold weath- home this week greatly improved. Taylor Mines club played against er without a blanket. See! the horse is shivenng with the cold. It isn't Beaver Dam Saturday and Beaver ""Attve. what you have done, but what you Dam won the game. haven't done." And the man was The Hypatian Society was reorgantaken before a judge and fined. "Why, I haven't done anything to ized at the College last Friday afterRover," said Johnny, one hot day noon, with several members, and all last summer, 03 his mother began to we're very much interested in the ine tonowing ouicers were reproach him. "I went off with the worK. boys, and I haven't seen Rover all installed for the first ten weeks: Sallie Quisenberry, President; Anna dav-''But, Johnny, that's just the troub- Fogle, Vice President; Anna Gregory, le. You knew there would be no one Secretary; Edna Griffin, Attorney: left at home, and yet you gave Rover Amanda Story, Treasurer; Ida Ren-deCritic. no food or water before you started. hard-faced n, One of the best barbers In this en of the State is located in Hartford and-hiname is E. L. Bullington. His shop: is located just above the Commercial Hotel, and he always keepsverything in the very best of shape around his shop, clean, new towels, nothing old or shoddy akon him. s Itarber. The World's showed no baking powder so pure or so great in ttav enlng power as the Royal. The business public is requested to call at the office of TheRepublican and see samples of its work in the job printing line. We are prepared to execute all orders for job work oa short notice and at reasonable prices' Our material is new and of the latest designs and our workmen the very best. Our work will be up to date In every particular. You orders are solicited. Pair Tests Ji.u The following is a unique advertisement: "Notis, Wanted to trade a hoss for a mule or a mule for a hoss; dont make no diffurncc which: the idee is this: I have got a mule and a hoss and want two of a kind." You cannot afford to miss the Hardin CountyFair this year I have a lot of No. NetI Ulicnf. 1 seed Wheat-Hy- brid Mediterranean for sale. J. Ham MiiiER.Beaver Dam. New attraclions,big races and a good time FAIR BROS.& CO. Readers of JoW .prides, general revival among the christian "Whenever you find a man finding people. He will baptize the converts fault with a local paper,, open it up in Mrs. Amanda Barnett's pond toand ten to one he hasn't anadvertise-men- t morrow afternoon. in it; five to one he never gave it a job of work, three to one he does The Adelphlan Society had a meeting last Friday night and had an at- not take the paper; two to one If he is tendance ot thirteen. An interesting a subscriber he is a dellnquentTtven odds he never does anything that will session was held. The officers for It. to the first ten weeksnre: J.Ham Barnes, assist the publisher run a good paMr. Ed R. Williams, Paradise, call-e- d President; Ab Yelser, Vice President; per, and for'y to one that If the pas to see us Monday, and showed us A, C. Taylor, Secretary; Bob McAfee, per is a good one and full of life, he a $20.00 bilt made In Philadelphia In Scargeant at Arms; R. T. Ross, Crlt-i- t; is the most eager to see the paper when it comes out." the year 1778 by Nail & Seller. It II. Pendleton, Janitor. was the old Continental money and JIOOIlllKllI l'lCHl. Judge Emory Speer, of the United was quite a curiosity to the people ol Last Saturday night Capt. S. K. States Court for the Southern District Hartford, It was originally the propCox gave a moonlight picnicin honor of Georgia, has accepted the invites erty of his great grandfather. Mr. of Miss Lula Irene Chapman, of Louisto deliver the opening address at tion ville, at his brick kiln. Williams prizes it very highly, not It was a the Cotton States and' International only as a curiosity, but as an heir, nice affair and fully three hundred Exposition. In his letter to Presl-Coll- ler loom, Music people were in attendance. Judge Specr says: "I beg was furnished by the Cornet Band and Ed Daniel and Miss Eva Chapman, you to convey to the board my high the Hartford String Band. The Capboth oi the Bell's Run neighborhood, sense of the honor they have confer- tain had prepared a fine wagon load were united In the holy bonds of mat- red. I accept with pleasure their inof water melons and all enjoyed the rimony last Thursday, August 29, by vitation, so kindly and cordial sup feast. Dancing was the order of the Rev. J. A. Bennett, at his home near ported by yourowH" expressions. In evening and the young people parBeda. The attendants were Mr. B,F. deed, I am unaffectedly happy to be ticipated until a late hour. Both connected with an occasion auspicious Stewart and Miss Ada Taylor. Col. MI. Powell, the Inimitable nre popular young people and have a for Georgia and the South, and inlarge circle of admiring friends, who stinct with tho vitality and patriotism lecturer, will deliver his famous lecmuniciSeptember 27, ture in Hartford, join in wishing them n long and hap- of your great, pality." 'Pythlanlsm Exposed." py life. 4 Mr. J. C. Herald conies to the front vlth a cucumber story. ' He has a vine on his farm, which is an unassuming vine, and to look at it you would never suppose that it was the father and mother ot 442 cucumbers. But it is an actual fact, and Mr. Herald stands ready and willing to prove broad-minded Young men or young women aspirMiss Annie Proctar, Charles Mord ing to any vocation in life should len, Sid Smith, Will Kelley, W. E. always remember that the bottom rounds of the ladder of time are filled Ilendrlckson, Hart Goff. Persons callinjr for above Utters to overflowing, but there's always room at the top. That's where D . please say advertised. for colic, cholera Bell's Anti-FlW. II. Gripfin, P. M. and diarrhoea stands. It's soldat 25c and 50c on a guarantee by. Z. Wayne Xt Ullllljr, Griffin & Bro. For some time the peace and good order of Taylor Mines have been disOn account of Hardin County Fair turbed by the presence of a (house of at Elizabethtown, Ky., September 10- - Hi fame. The good people recently to 12th 1895, tickets will be on sale took some steps to rid the town of Sept. 10, it, 12 and 13th at one fare the disgrace, but failed and the soiled for the round trip good till Sept. 14th. doves swore out warrants oi arrests against Mr. Adam Nave and other?, Tlint Melon Airnhi. Mr. Cornet says he is not responsi- Mr. Nave's trial came up yesteiday Attorney J, S. ble lor its publicity, but the blessed and he was acquitted. thing Is still growing and little roses R. Wedding assisted County Attorney are appearing where thobloom should neai m tne prosecution and Attorney s C. M. Harnett and Shelby Taylor conbe and all the seed are spoken for. ducted the defense, . The Pleasant Ridge High School opened last Monday morning with a Why nnt do o nt oncciiny jronr nb.crliUlou, large number ol students in attendA great many patrons were ance. Good Reading Free. there to witness the opening, and all Besides giving our patrons one of seemed well pleased with the prosthe best papers in the State, we have pects. Everything points to success made arrangementa by which we will and II the interest now manifested by send either one of the following pathe pupils, patrons and teachers is pers together with The Rehjdhcan maintained, the school will prove to for the price named. Remember when you pay up for The Republican and be all its directors expected. one year in advance you are entitled . to one of these papers at the price Tlmi:cllir. named: Th.- - eclipse of the moon came to . . $1.25 time promptly as advertised Tuesday New York Weekly Tribune night, the shadow appealing just half Louisville Weekly Commercial . 1.25 and Farm 1.25 a minute before to o'clock. The sky Home Weekly Courier-Journ1,75 was perfectly clear and there Cosmopolitan Magazine . ... 2.25 view of the eclipse. Commercial Appeal , . t r.30 The obscuration was total at it 150 Address all orders to and it passed out of the shadow at The Republican, ux mm was.au-unobsttuct- Programme. The teachers of Cromwell Maglste-ria- l District will meet at Cromwell AiUcrllieil l.etlrr. Saturday, September 14, at 9 a. m. Letters remaining In Hsrtlotd Post Invocation Bro. J. P. Cooper. Office which if not called for in 30 9:3; Welcome address J. II. Leach. days will be sent to the Dead Letter 10; The object of the Association office at Washington, D. C. J. Henry Barnes. m 1 at the Hardin County Fair next month. m 10:30; Reading . Miss SiddleDavid-so- n. n; Recitation 1 1 Miss BerthaBrown. :3o; How to increase ance at school the attend II. C. Crowder and U 1 W, W. Cooper. 12; Nooa. 1; Civil Governmen Birch SWelds, La'ura James and Henry Leach. a; Language Lessons Misses Nettie Rogers.Nannle Arbuckle and Hor-tenRogers. 2:30; Debate. Subject Resolved that the President of the United States should be elected by a popular vote. Affirmative J. II. Barnes an Birch Shields. Negative J. H.Leach and II. C. Crowder. 3:30; Recitation Miss NeHIe Rog. era. 4; School Libraries J, II. Leach, W. W.Cooper and MJss Siddle David-ssn. se 4:30; Business of the Association. Henry Leach, Pres. Birch Sihelus, Sec'y. Our subscription list is constantly increasing. You cannot afford to bo loft Send in behind. $1.2f and get Tho ... .... .... ... Republican car, Louis villo Commoroial Weekly o n and Hartford, Ky, -- 0 Hartford Republican 1'lUDAY, SKfTliMllltR, 6 I895. Nrjcro llnlrr llnrilln, If there ever was n man who tried with a desperation almost manical to make political capital out of the "Ne gro" domination cry, that man is Hnrdin: Defeated on every pojnt which he has attempted to discuss, afraid to discuss State issues, completely routed on the "bloody shirt'1 yell and ingloriously repulsed on the currency question, Hardin docs nothing else but raise the Negro yell. Col. Bradley explained his views on this subject fully and plainly at Louisville, aud yet Mr. Hardin is not satisfied. At Hopkinsville he devoted more than half his time to the Negro question. , Gen. Prolific Wonder Hardin, this gigantic museum freak, should be exhibited all over this country. We think he would draw well. Ken. tucky Leader. Negro-hate- r the day alter. "It wa9 the fincsthousc you ever see and the finest folks. The table was set out in bang-ustyle. Lace on the table cloth and stch flowers I never seel But not a thing on it to cat but some candy, some little nuts all shelled, and sech things. But by and by one ol the men standing around brought me some of the finest soup you ever e't. And as I didn't see nothing else to cat, I had some more and some more. And then What do you think? Hang me, If those men didn't bring on the dinner ever you sec; and there I sot, likea fool, chuck full of soup!" p SSMSaMm CAVtAIO.inAULtYlAHKS CAN I ntlTAlN A PATENT t For opinion, Smmpt intwor and an nonet neurit of write to A; CO., who hsre had ir years rjHriene In trm patent busmen. CotmnunHa A Ilnnrihaoitat In llntigMrtcllrconffdentlttl form lit ion conternmir, I'ulfntu and bow to ot. tain them tent tttn Alto a catalogua of mechan. leal and aolenllflo booki pent Ire I'atenta taken tlminah Miinn A Co. reoflto fpectftl notice In the Hrlpntlfle Ante rlrnn. and tbua are prone ht wide If befnrftlhe tmbUowlttv out coat to the inTentor, Thli pd1 udid paper, Issued wefc1r. elegantly llltwtrattvi baa br fait ha lanreat circulation of anr dentiflo work tn tba world. 9 J a rear. Ham pie mple tent f reft llolrdtna IMlilon. rnonthlf.lJiOa year Hint la rojifi,J cent. RTcrr number contain beautltul platea, in color, and photoarapriB of new houses, with plana, enabling liulldera (o show tbo latest neslfrna and aecure contract a Addrcea & J.1UNN i te. A A i'l CUPYKIGH ro. Broken Js y for Infants and Children. ., Just ns yours will be if J 1 Back M OTHERS, Wo Voll Cordial, many sooaltal Soothing Bjrups, and Balcman'a Drops, Godfrey most remedies for children are composed of opium or morphine? Do You Know a you coutmuc usiug poor soap. CO, Ntvr Youk, aui DaoAUWAT. There are two methods of 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 instructBook-keepinBook-keeping A Btnmllnic oner. In Kentucky n Ironbtfnl NtnteT 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 inaccurate and reliable political news from all parts of the State. The is now covWeekly Courier-Journering this field perfectly, nnditls publishing the news without bias or prejudice. A close reader of the Weekly Courier Journal should beable to forecast in advance what will be the outcome of the State election next November. In news of every kind, is offering to its the Courier-Journsubscribers $6,000 in cash presents for guesses as to exact vote and closest to the exact vote that will be received by the Democratic, Republican and Populist candidates for Governdrof 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-JOURNACOMPANY, Louisville, Ky. al L Know that opium and morphine are stupefying narcotic poisons 1 Ho Yon lCiiow that In most countries druggists are not permitted to sell narcotics irlthout labeling them poisons r you should not permit anymedfclne to be given your child unless you or your physician know of what It Is composed To Yon Know that Von Know that Castorla Is a purely vegetable preparation, and that a list of Its Ingredients U published with every bottle Wo Yon Know that Castorla Is the prescription of the famous Dr. Samuel rltcher. That It hat been In use for nearly thirty ) ears, and that mora Castorla Is novr sold than of all other remedies for children combined t Wo Von Know that the Patent Office Department of the United Btatrs, and of other countries, have Issued exclusive right to Dr. rltcher and ids assigns to use the word " Castorla" and Its formula, and that to Imitate them la a state prison offense? Wo Io Yon Know that one of the reasons for granting this government protection was because Castorla had been proven to be absolutely linriulctmr doses of Castorla are furnished for Don't delay but keep yourself posted in state and county affairs by subscribing for Tho Hartford Republican and Louisville Commercial both papers one year for only $1.25 in advance. MOST IN QUANTITY, ns casyasnnyotlicrday. Lessens makes wash-dathe labor, makes the clothes white, and doesnodam-agThousands of women say so surely they arc not all mistaken. Sold everywhere. Made only by - St. Louis. The N. K. Falrbank Company, Clairette Soar c. Wo Von cents, or one cent a dose? Wo Yon Know that when possessed Know that 35 3 8ESTINQl'Aiir LS 11 of this perfect preparation, rourcMldren may be kept well, aud that J on may have unbroken rest t Well, lliCHQ ttilniro are worth knowing. They are facts. I Tlic signature Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. fST In EEfSI&SLW WHITE'S CREAH h, mSmSKk f Is on every t ( wrapper. n. i cmmo V Has lad nil WORM Romodlo 5. 'TEVE11Y BOTTLE GUARAHTLEr ? V soi.d irv Ai.r. nucaaisTs . niciuxnso'c titm to., sr. irrts. arNHVfiiN3rvJaTJsNgvJSWN'Ta.-I run .J The lady (?) who yesterday called the attention of another to our patched breeches, whereat they both laughed so heartily, was informed that a new pair will be purchased when her husband's bill is settled. Ijile Literary New. It has been due nearly a year. Don't Fiction and travel are the strong criticise a printer's dress too closely points of the SeptemberCosmopolitan while you are wearing silk with monwhich, by the way, illustrates better ey due us. Tell your husband to t han any previous number the per- send us $40.78 and save the cost of a fection of its plant forprintinga mag- lawsuit. We need another pair of azine of the highest class. Conan pants. Lebanon, (111.) Journal. Doyle, H.H. Boyesen and Clark RusA sell are among the Democrats are so busy pounding w New York lawyer relates each other that they find little time the story of "A Famous Crime" the to pitch into Republicans. Chicago murder of Doctor Parkman by Prof. Webster. A delightful sketch of" An is English Country House-Party- " It were idle to Ignore the fact that from the pen of Nina Larre Smith the people are deeply discontented as the house at which she visited being to many of the features ofour foreign no less than the historic Abbotsford, policy during the past two years, still occupied by the direct decendants and that they look with profound of Sir Walter Scott. 'The Realm of anxiety and will hail with tenipes-tou- s fevor a change in the direction the Wonderful" is descriptive of the strange forms of life discovered by of their National pride and patriotic Washington Post. science in the ocean's depths, and is feeling. superbly illustrated in a surprising and marvelous way by the author, A Novel Scheme. who is a member of the Smithsonian A new way of collecting old debts stafl". An article on Cuba is timely. Is being Introduced in Maine towns. Without bothering the reader with The introduction of the scheme is a unecessary description of the famous novelty, too. A young woman ot yachts now so much talked of, The alleged great attractiveness Is the e Cosmopolitan presents four advance agent, and between her illustrations showing these noted own attractions and those of her schemo she Is said to be having comboats. Thomas Moran again contributes a series of the most exquisite plete success. She calls on the lolandscapes of western scenery, twelve cal merchants and secures their membership in the new agency. A in number, illustrating an article by fow days after ber departure thero Col. John A. Cockerill, on "Modern appear in town a number of men may be said that so dressed In bright green coats, who And it Utah." beautifully illustrated number of The get the particulars of old debts and Cosmopolitan has ever been given to debtors from tho members and then proceed to call on tho victims. Tho the public. contract provides that tho horribly Good Old Granny Metcalf, 86 years conspicuous collectors shall mako fifteen calls a day on each creditor, old, living at 618 Monroe street, Ky., says that Dr. Bell's Pine meeting him anywhere and everyTar Honey i3 the best grip cure, where. Tho schemo is reported to cough, lung and bronchial remedy bo a big success, as most of tho that has been offered to the people debtors are glad to mako a prompt during her life. Guaranteed by. Z. settlement rather than have tho Wayne Griflin & Bro. whole neighborhood see them spechaunted by tho green-coateDr. B. G. Renfrew leaves this week ter. N. Y. Sun. to spend several days with his relaThe Victim of Remorse. tives and friends in Ohio county Visitor to Insane Asylum What's from where he goes to the Atlanta exs position and thence to Philadelphia ihld man here for? Attendant Ho had a chanco to to attend a dental school. Dr. has formed many friends during his stay slug an umplro and didn't. Syracuse Post. here who regret his departure. story-tellers. well-knoInter-Oceafull-pagd ion. 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. Since I cannot govern my tounge, though within my own teeth, how can I hope to govern the tongues of others? Franklin. Or. Price' Cream Baking Powder nippers of both preen and dried apples In tho state and pet the highest market prices. on aiiniiiTuiijn. We handle an v ining in uiegrmm or produce line sinciiy on commission. HERNDON-CARTE- R CO., iKconraMTco. Louisville, Ky. a, i rial Biiiunieni id uruTD mean lacin. aiK ah wdus forihfarther Information and ahlr tour troodaoirnciis urni lira to headnaarters. Write GREEN APPLES! DRIED theAPPLES!; . Woarothelarireatcxoorteraof dried trult lanreat receivers and the world, and i j ViWfi V Irflr&lHHrlrlPHrSllrCMrfl H World's Pair Highest Award. "Bread is the Staff of Iiife," ...t THEREFORE a00D. Ts Ballard's Obelisk SJSS QPIlttaysTkSabfc do propared kin'ro Dental work at reasonable prices. Office over J. W. Ford fc Co's Feed Store. .- DENTJST. all to - WBP sented by Repre- GARS i i IT c&CO The Purest, Strongest and Best. ONLY 25c PER POUND CAN. S5. J(,013I Read The Republican and Commer-cial,kee- p posted.Only 1.25 per year. i.akgk p 1. 1 mm aui. AND THE rlRRTFORB Wall Paper. i.atit Best quat .without gold 6c to 8c per R'll Gold Paper . . . . 8c to loc per Roll Finest embossel Paperisc tosoperR'H K. R. BASSHTT, E.O.W.6m 642 Foutth Ave I3uisvile,Ky. eSTScnd 6 cts in stamps for samples. stymu, vahikty, At Factory Pricks. REPU&LIGAN ONE YEAR ..dL'vsLan.ce-1IARTFOR- D Until after the election of 1896 for only $1.75 UCOIFIBIIU AS UNEQUALES Subscribe ior The ItouBLiOAN and CommerLouisville cial 81.25 per year. HAnTKoni $1.25 inn. REPUBLICAN, AS Kentucky, Newspapers'. Jiome Journals. Dsttiractor and Ettir to of-TI- IR gabsenbe tion. Note tho fight between Jactions A fIow, in A. A. And get ALL THE NEWS of the Campaign,- from begin. ning to end. Watch tho canvass for the Republican nomina Write your name and address on a postal card, send it to Geo. W. Bcs Will draw droits from a nice, neat cozy cottage up to a fine store- Room 2, Tribune Building, New York City, and sample, copy house. Will draw plans ireo of NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE will be mailed to you. Will make careful estimates charge. on all kinds of buildings, and rcmod-a- l Motto "Live and old houses. let live." m tho Democratic SI party. JL.1.JL mi M JLAi JL1 yr ttt " sta raw, m rvr ft.J: i. A v JL rU M rr ni ri aUJ vm A. B sail 1. if n th A, iW 1. .A 'ako ki hbi nil. iii "4TJ jt -- -U w -- Lituis WW THE REPUBLICAN WILL GIVE IT ALL, with Ibe final result of tho clcction.for ; T BSrOrders will be entered as Eoon as received, and tbo mailed from that date until after the election, November, 1890, The sooner you subscribe the longer you ill got tbo papers. GLOBE-DEMOCRA- ' Grayson Gazett. v We offer no apology in placiug beWhen the children drink bad water fore you "The Ladies Safe Protectand eat too much green fruit, or have or," it is absolutely reliable, easily the stomachache or diarrhoea lrom adjusted, does not become misplaced any cause, you needn't be alarmed about them. If you will get a 25c or and insures protection. Can be worn desired without observation or 50c bottle of Dr. Bell's AntNFlux when they will be at play in half hour after knowledge of another and prevents the first dose. Z. Wayne Griflin & disagreeable annoyances under certain conditions. If you use it once Bro. you will never be without it. It is faithful,Rafo and reliable friend whenl'nllietlc Story of 11 Youug Hun. A few weeks ago a young man ever needed by special circumstances bought a pair of socks containing a requiring its use. It is an article evnote saying the writer was an em- ery woman should keep ready lor imis ploye of the Kenosha (Wis ) knitting mediate use. It simple to use, and inspires confidence to the woman usand wanted a good husband. ing it, It is reliable and scientifically work She gave her name, and requested made, insures protection without inthe buyer, if unmarried, to write with jury to health, and any good physia view of matrimony. The young cist would say. Wo are ot the opinman who found the note considered ion that no article has ever been made the matter in all its phases, and then which will give- as much satisfaction Latq decided to write to the girl. He did. to the women to day as "The The immense dies' Safo Protector." Awaiting with anxiety, he was at last sales of this article is a substantial rewarded with a curt letter, stating indorsement of our claim. Do not that the girl was now the mother ot therefore experiment with any of the two children and had been married numerous unreliable articles, as it is four years, and the letter had been both dangerous to health and expenwritten ever so long ago. It was a sive to do so. Such experimenting et "sockdolager," and the young man can only result lu loss of time, and dismal failure. Ladies hunted for a solution. He found it should remember this before ordering The merchant of whom he bought other goods and not waste their time the socks doscn't advertise. Fourth and money on inferior articles. The "The best is always the cheapest. Eetate. Ladles' Safo Protector" is sold under An exchange tells this one: A sen a positive guarantee for use for one ope with lull directions and is ator from the far west, new alike to sent year, sealed in plain wrapper upon ro. ' congresslonul honors and the ways ol celpt ot express money order tor gz.uu society, was Invited to a very swell three for 85.00, Do not wait but orAddress, Tub La dinner given by a wealthy man wh I der at once. wanted "Influence." Here is a part I CnoesE8PEOjAj.TV Co., La Crosso, 48-- 1 yr. of the letter the senator wrote home' Wis. disap-pointm- or Infemt tolMtlltu. Direct to Writo your name and address and mail AT ONCE with 81.75, THE REPUBLICAN, Hartford, Ky. Find 81.75 Inclosed, and send KBPXTBHiIC-lSr- : twico evory week until after tho election, November, tho 1890, also The Hartford REPUBLICAN mio year from date. OXXt at" OU.t TJbLlS DBltrLl3L. THE "Globe-Democr- NAME . ..... POST OFFICE STA'l yes and well-know- n Qlatttt. Said a optician: "You have no idea how many people como in hero dally who want cheap glassos. Affectlona o( tho eyes, which rcqulro tbo nicest and most accurato adjustment to correct, and which cannot bo dono without good classes, are deemed of less moment thai) human necessities.' other Whllo ho was speuldnfj a man entered who purchased n"palr of spectacles for twenty-flvcouth. "Thero Is on example," contlnurl tbo optician. "That man's sl-- bt will probably becomo worse. Li.t there's a largo demand for elm glasses, nuu wo aro lorccu io supp v that demand. " ClnointiatlTrlbu.ie o , U'e have tho largest circulation, hnt want more. 'JLlemem-Ik- t $1.25 gets The H o p u b I i o a n and Louisville Commercial one year. Not'What Ho Expected. ( r.ouisviM.K.NT. loci ATi:x. it. u Lv. Henderson , WEST BOUND dally daily. SiiPKTiiAND and " Basketts . . . N0T53. No. 51. Write for'' Home Sllidy" Spottsvilte . ,. Lv. U. Louisville 6 30 p in 7 30 a m circulars at once Reads . . 6 45 p in 7 45 n m Ky. Street All Ailirrllnrineiil in Ihn inirr la Worthlngton . West Foint . . 7 25 p 111 8 25 a m MorlliMionu Ine Ifitrr. Stanley . . . Howard 7 30 p m 8 28 a m Griffith . . . Willowdale . . . 7 39 p m 8 37 a 111 for Nillr. Mattlngly . . Rock Haven . . 7 47 p m 8 45 a 111 A scholatsliip in the Lexington S3 Owensboro . . . Long Branch . . 7 55 p m 8 53 a 111 Business College. Coll nt this office '"tes Brandenburg . . 8 04 p m 9 02 a m HOME STUDY. PEHHAMaiiii-aptclall- This College is strongly eiitlonwd hy tunkers aud in.rciiaiit. POUK week, by Iiraughon a ru.tlic.1 pf teaching bookkeeping la ruual to TWELVE weeks by the old plan Special ad vantages In shorthand. ITinHanthltiand rtlcg- bhv Chrao board upen to uotn sues No vacation 1'ntcr noiir, nallroid Fart Pals. originated by us. All tticcc-tffu- l (peculators operate on a regular system. It is a well known Inct that thero are thoiunmls ol men in nil parts of tho .. United States who, by systematic trading through Chicago brokers, make twttle fiirnnopfitlon rrf largo amounts orcry year, ranging from a lew thousand dollars for tho man ; mtntubllllttt and mv fee fur proMCulln. th. .pphcatlxi trill tint be eallnl for until Via who invests a hundred or two hundred dollars up to 850,000 to 8100,000 or pittrnt allowed, "Inysmors Ouidb." con. Ininz fall Inform. llou lent fri.e All Conimunl mora by thoso who invest a fow thousand. (4.11.U. CooiUcrcd as hlrlcllj ConDStntlal. It is nlso a fact that tboeo who make the largest profits from comnarit-ivel- y FRANKLfN H. HOUGH finall investments on tills plan are person 3 who live away from Chicago 030 V Htro't. TVAKIII.MITON, L C and invests through brokers who thoroughly understand syetcmatic trading. Our plau does not risk tho wholo amount invested ou any trade, but Ilnvv ynu rcneweu your ulicrll. Hun lor 1 til) IT covers both sides, so that whethor the market rises or falls it brings n steady profit that piles up enormously in u short lime. POSITIONS GUARANTEED WHITE FOlt CONVINCING I'HOOFS, also our Manual on success-fu- l tinder reasonable conditions no not say II can speculation aud our Daily Market Iloport, full of inonoymaking pointers not be done till ou scud for free catalogue of Highest ret ALL FREE. Our Manual explains margin tradiug fully. ORAUdHON'S PRACTICAL erences in regard to our standing aud success. 52. 0 mo For further information addross irit-neS4- THOMAS & CO., Bankers and Brokers, NitHltvllIc, 1'emi. 241-242 Rlalto Building, Chicago, 111. m and Trade Marks ol-- t Ined and all Mitnt cord.ned for IKini'lItTK FW. My 'fftceuifiiheirair'. U le.Kinitycrthel atcntOfric, tid yf cmiieior se.urlnK patent, are unkurpattcil end model sketch or photograph of I.Tcntione.ith tn advatMigc. cUimcd! cscrit ti n and statement Returning prosperity will mako many rich, but 110 whero can they muke so much witbin a short time as by successful Speculation in Grain, Pruvis ion and Stock. 1 00 FOR EACH DOLLAR Invested can bo mndo by our $-- J-Systematic Plan of Specnlation FPFI5cB Small hwestments. r U. wlea&j ' '"i11 ."r. E.fc".,T0!S! .... ... for particulars. It will pay you. tf lng, heals ulceration, and in most cases removes the tumors. At drug gists, or by mail, for 50 cents; Dr. Swnyne& Son, Philadelphia. l'llc! l'llc! ltililiiK l'lle-.- , Symitoms Moisture; intense itch" ing and stinging;iuot at night;worse by scratching, II nllowetlto continue tumors form, which olteh bleed and ulcerate, becoming very sore. Swank's Ointmkht stops theltchlng and bleed Convalescent I was surprised, sir, at tho amount of your bill. Physician Why, I thought I made It pretty Bmall, considering tho length and serious nature of your RI P oni! oivks nnunp, ANS Whenever the little children dies or llie big men want S' n to regulate their liver orcu at Ion and biliousness? Dr. lit Tonic Tablets is what they in They cure and you never ( l'urely vegetable. sc n Wayne Griffin & Ilro. '.. i t it i v i l sickness. Convalesecnt You did, sir. As I was going to say, tbo bill seemed to roo qulto reasonable. Somerv vlllo Journal. X Pitcher's Castorla Cryfor Children ... -- i To our We hope that oil wlib nrc interested in helping us to push ths circulation of Tint RiirunucAH up to what It should be, will do what they can in the way of securing subscribers. 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