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MV Haetded OFFICIAL : ORGAN OF THEjPARTY 1NJHS-F0DR1- R "17 PTTPJ W AW CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, mM 1'KUFESiHbNAh B.i).OUr'Ir. Jl. iI2 Wi Will show how you stnnd with Tho Hopubllcnn. Pay up and oneyoarin Ativnnco and wo will sand you Tho LouIbvIIIo Weokly Commorclal ono yoar froo. Subscrlboatonco. i r VIII. A It. DUNTOH.l HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1895. Republican League Club, of Covington. That we condemn any nnd all nltemps to prevent free speech in this stn'e; also. t "Kesolvtil, That we condemn In severest terms the attempt of a gang of political ruffians urged on nnd encouraged by gangbters nnd officeholders from l'rauklott, to bleak up the Into joint debate at Itmlncncc by insulting and howling down Col. Bradley in an hnlf dozen reperatc and distinct effotts on his part to speak. "Resolved, That we hereby resent the insult thus premeditatedly offered the Republican candidate for Govern or; and luther be it. "Resolved, That we indorse most earnestly the refusal of Col. Bradley on the occasion referred to, to further subject himself to gross Insult by further attempting to address the assemblage, and that wc fully indorse the action of the Republican State Committee in Canceling tho dates of all luturc joint debates between the two Gubernatorial candidates." The meeting was the most enthusiastic ever held by this club, and all were outspoken in their condemnation of the Hmlncncp outrage. NO. (jAlWT H. 8- - v ft Twns on n dnrk nnd stnrleni night, I heard nnd saw nil nwlu! alglit. rOWEHSPIHK MIXTURE Me thought I s".w the gulf below. U Ibt V Twttiihg ttilf Mm.; to. pMldlf for ( V Oildr-U tlitt iBUint Ml OrUtrf i Where nil thcdyltiu; tliauknrds go. K kit ty hlud. UiirfitiH to . tnl Uk kftl uti Ifi.rrh Trout.). FUtnt U Uh. M My awful woe no touugue enn tell, rW Is this my place, the diunknrds liotl? 1j 25c ano COc. Domta. All 4tIrt. WrlUMtf f or irtUn Vk Jm I licnrtl nnothcr mournful sound, Amid n group still lower down. Ks. r w. not o a, co.t my I raised my head and heard them tell This isthe place where Bacchus dwells. Around him stood a weepjug crowd With noses red nnd voices loud They gnashed their teetli nnd sighed and grouned, OIVEN AWAY TO INVENTORS. Tltis is the whisky seller's home. I traveled on and got there nt last, $150.00 ertrymnth girtn awijr to any on wfio ap Then ttietl to take n social glass, plies ibrouf h ut for tht mott mentonous patent durinf ft month prtccdinf l'ut every time I Mired it well, AVeawiire thnbitpAtentaforourtllfnta, I tiiought about thedevll's hell, and tht olSJtet of thU offer if to encourage limn tort to Meat. At the arn tim aero track of their btiaht I dashctl it down nnd left the place, wuh lo imprti upon tht puUtc th fact that And went to sick redeeming grace. S THE SIMPLE, TRIVIAL INVENTIONS I bowed my knees to Ieus' th one, THAT YIELD TORTUNES, And raised my vo'cc in humble praywhich can t eiwly tlld up such at tht er. ttown without brtMnf tht paHcrtLtr' back, and The veiy moment faitli begun, ' collar4)uttonM "bottlt and a thousand other little thine, that mot atoppcr, Ten thousand jnys arounduiispruu);; any ont can find a way of improving , andthet iimpta Then I went home to change my life. lave ntient att tht onet that unnt; Urge it return to tht author Try to think of lomtthing to invent. And see my long neglected wile. I louml Iter weeping by tue lieu. IT IS NOT SO HARD AS IT SEEMS. Uecausc her infant boy was detd; Fatrrtti taken out through ut rtcHre aperul notice tn the' National Ktcorder, pubtiUied at Wmhlngton, I told her not to cry and weep, tn America I. C, which It tht beat newipjpcr putluheda year's tub. Ilecwusc her babe had gone to sleep. In the intrrctta f inventor. We furnish enption to thU Journal, fit of cost, to all our clients. His happy foul had fled away, Wt alto ad venie( free 01 coit, tht invention each month To dwell with Christ through endless which win our $130 priie, and hundred- - of thouunds Sutherland's Kngle Kye Salve is of ceptea of tht "National Recorder, containing a day. thetfh of the winner, and a description of Mi invention, ot package new and original in stj-lwiUbt acaucted throughout tbt United States among I took her by her pale white hand, and medicinal qualities. It ij not oncapitalist and manufacturers, thul Lruifing to thuj She was so weak she could not stand; ttentton tht menu of the Invention. I laid her down and nnd breathed n ly a cure for nil kinds of so: e eyes but All comanuicaUoDi regarded strictly coufidcnluL is guaranteed to give satisfaction as Addrtis prayer, JOHN WEDDERBURN & CO., That God would bless and save us nn ointment lor old sores, piles, etc. Solicitors of American and Torelgn Patents, .. Wayne Griffin & Bro. . there. 618 F Street, N.W., Then I went to temperance hall. Dox .185. Washington, D. C. To rejoice in another's prosperity is 1$ V& kiftrtnti ttitettisftrr nUtriu To take a nlcdce among them all; They met me with a welcome hand. to give content to your own lot; to sober years have passed nwny, mitigate another's grief is to alleviate Since first I bowed my knees to pray, or dispel your own. And btill I'm living a sober liic. Have a good home and a lovely wife. Whenever the little children, the laOh, may the Legislative band dies or the big men want something Knact good laws through the land, to regulate their liver orcure constip-ntio- n And stop old whisky's onward course and biliousness, Dr. Hell's Tiny From a.11 the mountains to the coast. Tonic Tnblets is what they must have. ill have to They cure nnd you never feel it. Then.diunken crimes flee. Purely vegetable. (CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. ?ac a vial Z. And leave the land of Tennessee; Wayne Griffin & Bro. A SURE nnd CERTAIN CURE Then, all her people will be blest, known for IB yonrons tho Don't ask a five dollar reading noWith sober cate in cvety breast. I BEST REMEDY for PILES. tice calling attention to a aOI.ll 11Y AM. MltX'flUf HT. nd. You wouldn't give a man n box rmirtitriiauit::!! ms a., ct.losij. of cigars along with a package of cigarettes well we guess not. fl jvthcrc Ant oTHina nurA 5j8?r HnMH88, C $1800.00 n "aauct-pan,- iBUGKEYEllIll OINTMENT one-dolla- r HOW T0V0TE. l I Ci$taptai Ohio and Southntsttrn R. R. Col. Bradley in his Speech at London Party. OMI13J 1515 SSI ICSttS DtTWCCN Tolls tho pooplo tho good things of tho Ropubllcan I nppcal to you to vote for LOUISVILLE ANO - the Re- When the children drink bad water and cat too much green fruit, or have the stomachache or diarrhtca from any cause, you needn't be nlarmed about them. If you will get a 25c or 50c bottle of Dr. Bell's AntM'lux they will be nt play in half hour after the first dose. Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. MEMPHIS. ALSO publican patty, which has established In this land the same rule that pre-vai- ls rnoM CINCINNATI AND TO AND EVANSVILLL 11 lo bot purchate Ticket NORTH, EAST. SOUTH OR WEST Until you luttc cou.ullnl an Agxut of the O. O. eg S. W. R. R. I.IMIT1UI TRAINS, TOLLMAN DVI'HItT btllHrHRS, JIODllKN liQUIMIUST. & iMMlllnn. a. praetlral operator. OD'lNDIVIIlt'AI. INNTIIL'CTIIIN In all df partmeiila. No Claao Work. altt:t: with any courae, renmaniblp, Ilualneaa (jrr.apondence, Commercial Law, Commercial Arlthm.tlo and Hpelllnir luurantr l'lan," eat free. Writ, for II. ilolIK NTIIIIV. will aave you inoner Writ, for Inatrurtlono. S79.U00.00 IJnaranlrei that or imimy our roll.., la aa repreeented. KM'.IJ 1VT Ni:iV 111'II.IltMl. owned, erected and furnlalied by ua, to meet tho rviiiilrementi of our practical .) atem of Inatruc- .lull. ei Ileal, tleclrle l.lslit. ivn iierfecl ventilation. l'b. laraiet and moat tier ertly equipped llu.lueaa i'ollese llillliltnaT ill III. Nnilfll, college., wboi.reipooilblllty Ui:U'AIIK.-Hn- i. worn only, will leu you tb.t reaia upon ineir you Ihy will atv. th. "nma," or a "mora thofouch rourae," In " lea time," or fur " lea. motiey," etc., than It take, to complete a lleware four, with ua lllaatratcd of aueh rlalina, C.talocue fra., lliry A.lJroM, lal.. UALIIUUM. I'rlnclpal, U.C. Iilnatou, Kr, .oim of 1 1 war.' firactteal eapertenre. from Nlflit Operator lo chief Train Dlapatiher, Kith tho larceat Trunk l.lnea In America, rnuoraed by Operator.. Train lllapalitiera, Kupertntendenu, companle.. and 5 l.aitlnr railway and trleg-raptTue) Hilly Hrlimil In lliei World owning and operating' n toiiiiilet. Itallaay Hyalem for the purpuet uf lining It. aradual.a to gu direct to Being a gentleman it was quite natural that W. O. Bradley should LOUI.VlUa UT. withdraw from a joint debate that his when God himself seemed bilent to in bondage, and it opponent not only failed to discuss those who were The Lexington issues of the day but worked on renchid down its hands and lifted up the and said to him, "Stand the worst prejudiceoi his hearers and every tuau Business College. Hoodfoith nnd be an American citizen then ended up by introducing mA AA (INCORPORATED. lums to yell him down. with nil the rights of American The New York World, the greatest I love the Republ.can party. I am Democratic paper hi the country, thus proud ol its history, and when speaks of the Kentucky Democrat we aie gone, when we have passed nominee for Governor: "There Is a over the river and have been gathered possibility that enough sound-mone- y to our fathers, when our memories Democrats will refuse to vote for him shall have been forgotton, the name to prevent his election. A good deal and the fame ot the Republican paity worse thing might happen to the will grow brighter and brighter until Democrat patty in that State nnd in the last syllable of recorded time. the nation than such a result." (Cheers.) The time has never beeu, When your child is and the time will never be, when the pie or a piece of bread eating an ops put one of Dr. name of Lincoln and Grant will be Bell's Tiny Tonic Tablets in it and if those of any other men tliere Is any constipation' here it will outshone by that haveever lived, or that may live. pai.3 off just as easy. All dealers sell The Republican party to day stands them nt s.se a vial. Z. Wayne Griffin &Bro. THE PflACTICAL SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH. forlibeity. We arc not undeitaking A (A. laale A cwir-it r Mm to follow like camp lollowers. The There Is nothing that adds more to HOT" lllcUnt Ulllrlal (.ouini .rnor ni in College, rodonruirnl rrftlilrnl managers ot the Democratic patty to ths appearance of n town than good of Hie hlau Trru.urrr of tin H.curlly Trut unti Mafct have led this country to the brink ot cl Mil streets. The reverse is too true .nil lo .Uiilnv4l. Illnlouimft. lt:tU31)li:.Ml:it IIV ItaarmrotancriiMful t tuil.nt.. whuteiIiiIImp upr ..l.rl.. arvrnal. Iiuntlrtnl. vl hell, and to the brink of ruin, ant.' I if the streets and alleys are allowed annum iHisndi rf uv.rr.ur.XVtM. ararn of tU Irtdlnir pro- - say it is the duty of honest Demo to be filled with rubbish, or if weeds Iia.luial aDd tiuin... men vruo are lla iritooa patron.. NjacVna of nrlunl, iirartlrul crata to say that we shall not be led are allowed to grow in them or along tn ever) ualiir.. In.trurlloia tta.d by nny ollii r 111. bra V uiijiittia equal 4 plan, we shall not have the sidewalks. Some of our streets f.ATf.Sr A.M HIUIltJtT AWAItlK. "All nny longer, that In our noses and be pulitietlrat I'r.inluma. OoUl ami llroiiz. Medalaantl need cleaning vpry much. A little etc ," at Ilia International fflld. hung a ring awanl.il the .r'tfm of led along. M'lnter Kxlioalllon, In money expended in this way wotdd uaed till. Coll.it.. Ileail r llu.liir.. Ilrpurtiiirnt, IS eara pracllral be the proper thing to be done: ellierl.nceabcok.ke.peratia.Tp.rtncrountant, MOIII.ll'N CO. llllll'JT AU'AIIII IK to" AuiirlrmiHja. Endorso Bradloy's Courso. Every one loves to see neatness about I.II.MIIIAN i:xi'(lIIIII t.ra nf Hhorlliand," tauslit In till. (uII.kis anil All that talk about the Republicans the premises of individuals. Lets the lllBlie.1 KniJuraeiuent In Hie World Department (an lu ttiolirailofourHriortlianU at Covington being sore about Brad- have some of it in the streets. reporter), from trie author, of till. nyaleru. Ti:i.l'lltAIIIV. Nuperliiteiideiitanl our ley failing to gb from Eminence to nnil Telearrapli arftteua haa record OCN. MOfl. GEN. JOUN liCHOUS, f. 1). I.Y.VCII, P0. AdT. in yours, that under God's sunlight the flog shall never wave over the head of single slave. (Cheers.) Mv friend snenlis of the wonderlul performance ol the Democratic paily. of what it has done in the past. I am unwilling to rob it of any wreath it Is entitled to. It has done good things, but it is so long since it did them ;that the statute of limitations, must be brought to bear on them. (Laughter nnd cheers.) The Repub licau party was rocked in the cradle ot freedom. It came into power alter centuries of slavery in this country, . Don't take a paper from the post years and then refuse to pay for it because you "never subscribe for it nohow." This is thiev- y I,UIC "n" smpie. um Ilave rcmsed i r jears and eleven Danville Advocate. months before. office for five . Kver person, big, little, old or young, black or white, rich or poor, who has ever used Dr. Bell's Tine Tar Honey pronounces it the best cough and lung remedy on earth It's hue, too, so we guarantee. Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. ." iHSH 11 d.parl-ni.n- l. llalltenr Covington is only Democratic rot The following resolutions were passed by the Kenton County Republican League Club by a unanimous vote: ' Resolved, By the Kenton County THREE LETTERS to remember P. P. P. They'll belli to remind of Dr. Pierce's and 'leasant Pellets tbobs are the things to keep In mind whenever your liver, your stomach, or your bowels or out ot order. If you're troubled with costlvcncss, wind and pcn in the ttout-rtc- b, elildlnees or disturbed sleep, you'll Unit tlieaa little Pellets lust what you want tiny in site, sugar-coalepleasant to take and pleasant in the stay tbey act. They tone up and strengthen tha lining mombranus of tba stomach and hovels, and do ptrmantnt good. To prevent, relieve, and cure Billoumrci, Dluineas, Constipation, Bour Stomach, Hick or Villous Headarbw, ami Indigestion, take Dr. Pierce's Pellets. If they're not in every way and in every case, you have your money latck. Dr. Sage's Catarrh Tho "old reliable" Remedy has been sold for thirty years, Has cured thousands, will curt you. A recent issue of a newspaper Nowspapor Circulation. pub- lisher in one of the largest cities in the country gave the leading position on its editorial page to a double-leadeannouncement ot the abandonment ol the issuance of an "art supplement" nnd the adoption of another scheme, remarking that "for the ornamentation of the libtnry and parlor better art publications are needed than nny that can be sent out in the folds ol n great newspaper." It is a wonder that an inkling ot the insufficiency ot nny scheme to In- crease circulation other than the d steady day.by-da- or week-by-wee- k "llotv in Cure) nil Nkhi lll.eiiaea," Simply npply "Swayne's No Internal medicine requirCures tetter, eczema, itch, nil ed. eruptions on the iace, nose, &c., leaving the skin clear, white and healthy. Its great healing and curative powers are possessed by no other remedy, Aslc your druggist for Swaynr's Ointmknt. 34 lyr. Oint-went." making of a newspaper good enough to attract readers does not often enter the acute brains of newspaper managers. During the past four or fi e years there hnve been myriads of schemes concocted to induce people to buy newspapers, Many newspapers have risen to more or less dUzy heights ol prosperity, nnd havoj gradually sunk Highest of all in Leavening Tower. Latest U. S. Gov't Report ngain to the level of .their merits as newspapers. Some.' indeed, hnve shrewdly tecoiHilsed jhe illusory na tureniAlU' proiniswJield oir by the coupon, tlicliooK, tue picture, ntul other devlcett ami "Hjave used them merely to attract attention to their Hubetnntlnl merits. jfThc,c have J rPgJ&lE permanently. Apnt for one that has followed the sthenics with real improvement, nndTTius held some of BILIOUS ATTACKS. THE REPUBLICAN PLAT the transltoiy readers, there arc scores FORM. have not donexany thing ol the Dofonao of a- Muoh that and Long sort, and.have gained nothing bu nn Oman. We are opposed to the free and unpleasant experience. unlimited coinage sil ;er of Their is but one wuy too boom cir- Tho rnpatar lilma That 8ueh Complaints believing that it would involve the Point to Llrcr Trouble Declare! Uf culation that is really worth considera London Authority to Ha country in financial tuin. We believe ' ing. llrroueoua. in a sound currency, nnd in the use It Is to make a good paper. of both gold nnd silver for coinage, r, Everybody feelst-hneed of n It is impossible to alter the Eng- provided always that n dollar in one is nnd everybody is going to buy lish language, for the suko of insuring pathological nccurnoy, and, how-ov- made precisely ns valuable ns a dolthe best newspaper offered himaccorrotipnus mav bo thn Itlp.i pnn. lar in tlie other ibaShj. judgment of ording to his The Republicans of Kentucky, veyed, tho phrnse "bilious nttuok" which the best Jf stands ns representing n group of while recognizing in the approaching It follows, as night follows day, symptoms which are popularly sup- contest the great importance of State that to successfully boom circulation posed lo point to disordered liver matters, nevertheless appreciate the needs and tastes of prospective the ns their origin. It is Important, fact that parties exist nationally, and buyers must be carefully studied, nnd however, says the Hospital, not to that no political party should benfraid then thu paper must be made a gocd bo misled by such phraseology. Con- or nshamc to give full and explicit expaper, according to the judgment ( f fident as the mun in tho street may planation regarding its position on the people who are expected to read bo In tho ciTicdcy of his liver ns the every question aiUcliug the prosper!- -, it, rather than nccording to the taste cause of all his woes, wo know, and ty of State nnd nation. ought to aot upon tho knowledge, of the man who makes in. The apprehension of buiness interin "biliousness ' or The fundamental error of n large that "bilious attacks" the liver is only a ests as to recent threatened taiiff proportion of editors who do not atsecondary sufferer. changes and the want of confidence In tain the degree of success they desire In a lecturo by Dr. Saunby, re- Democratic management caused reIs that they endeavor to iuducc the cently published in the Clinical Jourduction In wages, decline in exportapeople to read their sort ot a newspanal, it is emphatically asserted that tion, general depression ot business, per. Now a man wears the soit of an ordinary bilious attuck is really destruction of property, shrinkage in clothes that suit his own taste. lie an attuck of catarralml inflammation of tho stomach nnd duodenum. Per- values and labor agitation. This apalso reads the newspaper that comes prehension, accompanied with subnearest to giving him the sott of haps we should feel Inclined to lay sequent Dtmocaitic legislation, made nioro cmphosls than ho docs on tho newspaper reading he wants. importance of neurotic Clement and by "party perfidy and dishoner," has To people hungering for a newspatho necessity, and even thedlfllculty, served in many respects to increase per it is useless to offer cheap reproof differentiating from pure rather than;diminish Notional disaster. ductions of paintings, cheaper gotten catarrh cases of raigralno Under these circumstances the curup books, etc It'is useless to offer or of gastric neuralgia. It is clear rency question has been forced into them anything but the sort of newsi enough to those who sco much of undue prominence, and the Democrat paper they demand. What grocer such cases that no strict line of de- ic party has seized upon that Insue to marcation can always be drawn. It would think of wrapping up a sweet thus often enough occurs that, even the exclusion of all else, for the purpotato for a customer that called for a in obviously neurotic ailments, tbo pose of diverting public attention lemon? traditional bluo pill and sallno nro from the contemplation oftheruin Its It Is the news that people want in found of service; not that thoy euro vicious policies and miserable mannewspapers, and when they buy the neurosis, but they relieve the agement has wrought. A full recognition of superadded Inflammation. newspapers. We favor a tariff so regular as to Still it must bo recognized that protect the interests of nil that fact must constitute the foundaclashes of tion stone of any and nil schemes to "biliousness" and "bilious attacks" our citizens upoo articles that may be to stomach andx duodeboom circulation, or the manager will arc related num and not to liver, and that in successfuly mnnufacluted or produced be forced to "eat snowballs," or apin this country, thus insuring good their causation there is no Inflammaples ol Sadon. Ex. tory element which must bo con- wages to the laborer and a home sidered in their treatment. If wc market to the producer; and in conA Farewell Sormon. A country minister in a certain look on "biliousness" as due to a nection with this we favor the of thedoctrinsot reciproctown took permanent leave of his "torpid liver," which requires stimulating, wo laud ourselves in the ity. We believe that such a system congregation In the following pathetfogs of somo of tho most disputed ever governmental ic manner. "Brothers nnd sisters, I points In therapeutics; but if we ac- will defray good-b- y come to say don't think cept what physiological pathology expense, gradually liqufdate all InGod loves this church, because none teaches, viz., that It is the result of debtedness, restore public cofidence of yon ever die. I don't think you an inflammatory change in tho mu- relegate to the rear the undue excitecous lining of the stomach and ment now prevailing concerning the love each other, because I never marry any of you. I don't think you duodenum, the treatment becomes currency. In view of the past finanlove me because you have not paid plain. Simple, uulrrltatlng food, cial history ofthe Democratic party, which will not Injuro tho tender linmy salary. Yourdonations are moulits devoting to the old State bank sysing dy frnit and wormy apples and 'by Us of the stomach, and will not by tem and wild cat tendencies, we affirm' fermentation stretch and strain their fruits ye shall know tthent ' It, together with such aperients as that the Republican party cau be away to a betBrothers, I am going will drain it speedily of its contents more safely trusted to regulate the fiter place. I have been called to be a and leave it soon at rest, give us the nancial system of the Nation. We favor an American policy which chaplain of a penitentiary. Where I best liopo of quick relief. go ye cannnot come but I go to pie-paDr. Saunby says that Abcrnethy will protect Americans and American a place for you, and may the defined a bilious attack as that coninterests in any part of the world at dition which is relieved by a bluo all hazards, and will sympathize with Lord have mercy on your souls, pill, and it is still truo that flvo or struggling republics rather than ignorGood-by- . ten grains of bluo pill at bedtime, ant monarchies. Have you pnlit ynnr aiihacrlptlouT followed in tho morning by a When the Democratic party came" of Carlsbad salts dissolved into power in Kentucky it found the No man is brave who is afra'd of in hot water, and sipped while dressthe truth. ing, gives the best results in this State able to pay every debt and have complaint. Tho treatment of bilious millions of snrplus left. In the attack is to bo conducted not on meanwhile it has' collected 'millions The U. S. Gov't show Royal Baking Powder vuguo notions of Htimulatlng the of dollars of taxes under the most unliver, but in accordance with the just systems of revenue, and yet we superior to all others. principles of treating are today in the humilliating attitude Inflammation; rest, so far as may be, ot being unable to pay the current exThe Grade Cards are better, pretto tho inflamed part, nnd drainage, tier and cheaper than ever. They are by bluo pill, to remove tho products penses of the State, and upon a fair valuation of assets arciudebt million's tha hadsomest in the market; just the of its inflammation. of dollars. They have thing to make a child . feel jubilant, the constitution, refused office to one TO HEAfl THE 'PHONE. and to keep as a souvenir ofthe fairly elected by the people, engaged school. 35 cents a hundred 300 for Noisy Shop and Factories Adopt in extravagant legislation; increased tf $i.oo,at RurunucAKOffice Whistle Call. salaries, created unnecessary offices of tho telephone Manager Fowler, their incompetency to exchange, Ashland, Ky.,lmsdovlsed manifested Trnrlirrx Merlliijr. The teachers in Fordsville Magisnn ingenious attachment for tele- manage the penitentiaries, brought terial District are called to meet at phones, to bo used in factories and convict Jabor into competition with Fordsville Saturday September, 28, shops whero tho amount of noiso honest tree labor, divert ed the school makes it almost tmposslblo to hear hind, failed to provide a decent State 1 895, at 10 o'clock. Program ; Devotional exercises J. D.I locker. tho call bell of tho instrument. It Capitol, and left its charitable insticonsists of a steam whistle, which tutions without the necessary means Welcome nddress F. P. Stum. is turned on by menus of a lever for their proper operation. Response II. G. Teel. operated by magnetism. When tho We demand economy in every de Objects nnd alms of teachers assoinstrument Is called from tho pal t men t of public setvice, the. enciations Irn Petty. tho bell ring as usual, and, couragement ol entei prize and capiDifficulties in teaching beginners by tho electric current passing tal and equitable and lair apportionthrough a magnet, a weight is ment of the State, the impartial exIn Arithmetic J. W. O'Dell. " which pulls the lover to tho ecution ofthe law, n thorough remodHistory, paper: value and method3 whistle. Onco started, tho whtstlo eling ol the revenue system, a rigid Maggie Johnson. keeps up its shrill noto until somo inspection of the books and a radical Discussion L. W. Gobsey, J. D. management of the pen0110 answers tho call and turns off change in the Hocker. the steum, which is done by simply itentiaries. We recognize that safety of n Penmanship Win. Johnson. replacing tho weight. One of theso State is best pi 01110 ted the the fosterby School law II. T. Mothers. attachments is being placed at the ing of a liberal system of common The first chapter in psychology, local Btt'cl plant, another at tho tan- school, and we pledge ourselves to engeneral punctuation, recitation Suir nery, and several mora will proba- large and increase the present system bly bo installed in sawmills and simi- bo that reasonable opportunity may Moseley. Cincinnati be given to every child in the State to lar establishments. All the teachers me requested to be obtain a solid business edt cation. Tribune present and all who arc interested ia Interested In the Emblem. the cause of education are inyited. Committee. "A friend of mine," said tho floorwalker, "asked mo tho other evenJob l'rlnlllltc. ing to go and call on somo friends of The business public is requested iiis who had lost tho head nf tho tocallattlicoffioeofTiiiiRiii'unucAN Ho had tfamlly the day provious. l the remit of blond and see samples of Its work in the job ,bcen an honest old laborer with tho disorders. Theof the tiaual Iroatinent rcury snd sysuMia . Mini w lilt Mo 1'otsali lo bo than the printing line. We ore prepared to pick and shovel. While- wo wcro dlH'uae remedlo.--mot-ue limit nlnlo I. lu a fur worse anil lu execute all orders for job work on fwlth Uip family an old man entered condition tlisu bv'ore. Tbo common reaull Is short notice nuc? at reasonable prices 'who had worked by his sldo Mr Our material in new and ofthe latest p'eoi . Expressing his sorrow at tho "los '. it his friend, and glunctng about designs and our workmen the very tlMmo.r rAll.t.tA.iirA. A turn room ho obsorvetl a largo floral forwhleh BJlJLfa relief where sll else bu failed. bottles will afford best. Our work will be up to date in the I suffered auchor. Scrutinizing It closely, ho Uheuinaliam, from a ae ere attack of Mercurial my arms and leg. belli awolleu every particular. Yon orders are soturned to the widow and In a low to twice their natural .lie, caiieniir the most excruciating iialns. lapriitliuiiuWaofilollora licited. tone asltod: without relief, but after taking a few bottle, of " 'Who lent the pick?'" Chicago. lluitiroTi'il rapidly tun am now ewelliiian..coniplete-i- y Muil cured. I can lirurllly The ... . reentniiiend It to any one anffurliiK from tin. painful hni. Lexington showed no baking powder in the lllMsine, n, r. jiAiini. A scholttishlp Ilrooklyu UleTstud 1U It. so pure or so great In leav iislness Colleirc. Call at this office Our TreatU. . Plfcl an.l (kin niMwa MiaiUHt n.. ty My SWIFT WICIHC CO.. Adult, ti enlng power as tho Royal. g for paitlculars. It will pay you. tf, addictt. KU(I0! ggLtorncys ggt Jgaw, Will practice 111 all courts nf Ohio nnil adjoining counties, Hiipcrlor Court nnd Court of ApncnlaU, Collections anil nit legal business attend- cd to. Oflico 329 E. Market-St- . m, prof-Ue- ABS&LVinEE.Y F affssa Ma-llcn- IfOWOfi - OWENSBORO, KY. Will raclice bis profession in Daviess nnd adjoining counties, Special attention given to collections. Office, Bank of Commerco Building. " Jna.N. (Jleiin, J.N, II. WertilliiK, LAWYER, GLENN & WEDDING. HARTFORD, . news-patlc- i LAWYERS, KX (Office, orer Amloreon'a Ilataar.) Will practice their profession In alt the courts of Ohio and adjoining coun1 ties, nnd court of Appeals. Special attention given collection.. Also Notary Public for Ohio county. CTam.es ' Snaitli, d pfllET JT IIAHTFOItli, KY. Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court ofj Appeals. Special attention given collections. Office east side of pulli'i square. , p f ' " T M. L. ' Hkavkin. Shelbv Taylor.- j Wi HEAVRIN & TAYLOR fjastro-duoden- Attorneys at Ldw HARTFORD, KY. the Courts of Ohio nnd counties, nnd in the Court peals. Special attention collections. Oflico, next Bank of Hartford. J Will practice thier profession in all adjoining;' ot Apgiven to door to ' ; . Perry Westerficld, Attorney at Law. Beaver Dam, Ky. ' R. R. WEDDING, Attorney at Law,' " IlARTFOnD, Ky. 7V1 M Will practice his profession . in,all. tho courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public: . Office, room 20, Hartford House.,, W.lEI. BARNES unrnmiT Hartford, Zy. law, m counties and Court of Appeals. Spec' ial attention given to collections. Office next door below Commen cial Hotel. practice WILL courts of his profeeeion in all Ohio and adjoining re Jo. B. ROGERS, Attorney at Law, . HARTFORD, KY. Reports Will practice his profession in th courts of Ohio and adjoining counties ' Careful attention given to all busihee entrusted to him, Office in Repub- lican Building. well-know- n Attorney at Laay,' HARTFOUD, KY. Will practice his profession in all th courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Careful attention will bo given to al business entrusted to his care. ' ; Coli lections a specialty. Oflico with the county Attorney. Also Notary Public o. :m:. :b.a.:r:&t:ei,,i r: over-ridde- n Attorney at Law, GREENVILLE, KY. Will practico bis profession in all the' courts of Muhlenberg and adjoining counties. Special attention will bo given to collections and all busincM entrusted to his care. Office next door below postofiice. ST. Xj. EOO-EKS- , 3E3. Ail orney at JC&W, HARTFORD, KY. Will practico his profession in the Courts ot Ohio and adjoining conn-tie- s. Special attention given to collections. Office in Courthouse. 3F. T&JE3J.T-M- f (County Attorney) Attorney at J&w HARTFORD, KY. given col SPECIAL attention abstracts, to ko., making also Notary Public lor Ohio County. Oflico North side of public spuro. JNO. B. WILSON, ERGURIAL J. R. P1RTLE RHEUMATISM DENTIST HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Is prepared to do any and all kinds of Dental Operations, Prices most reasonable. Office; over Williams & Bell'fl Drug Store. a.UalSsaajBHaBMHMMaMHa1Hail World's Fair Tests &&S vl EBpgjjgnTTT 'inriirTTjIWHmnWftM mmmtuM Hartford Republican PUBLISHED EVKItV FRIDAY MOlUtMtO Jo. n. iioar.itN HAH A. AMII'.IUtO.V lroirlrlor. Kiiitor. Subaorlptlon, $1.25 por yoar. Friday, Sbitbmiier, so 1895. AcconDiNo to a Tcnnctsco paper thero arc now only two Democratic strongholds for certain. It says! "When Rradley carries old Kentucky it will only leave two other Democratic stronghold, the Stato of Texas and that of perdition." On last Saturday the Mora Claim to tho extent of $1,440,000 was paid to the Government by Spain and thus an international dispute of twenty-si- x Tho claim years standing is settled, was for tho destruction of tho property of Mora during one of tho numerous revolutions in Cuba. cd as to tho run of tho tho Emincnco insult, fcrcnt opinion. debates up to are of fardif- - KURi Hon. G. W. Long will speak at the in Court House S. K. Cox, Democratic nom-inchas withfor Representative, The leading question of the day drawn from tho race. This is a virit hot enough for you? tual throwing up tho sponge by tho tho elecGirl'sIIigh School Democracy, and only seals Louis viu.Ehas a tion of Barnctt which was already and a Female High School. certain. Capt. Cox is a shrewd polwhat is itician and knows a thing or two. Harmony" "Democratic it? There ain't any such thing anyTin: great Encampment is over way. and tho praises of Louisville aro sung The man who has the courage of over tho Republic from Maiuo to his convictions will oppose the evils Texas and from Florida to Pugct of the times tho Democratic party. Sound.Tho reception tendered the vet crans and visitors was in keeping with Kenhjcky has had many deadly the occasion and tho hospitality for feude, Ac, but tho quarrel of tho which Kcntuckians are noted,. In Democratic party promises to be tho many respects the Encampment was greatest of them all. tho most successful and cujoyablo of recent years, if not in tho whole histoInconsistency is tho most notable ry of tho organization. party. thing of the Democratic In fact that is one of the things it A decided improvement is going is noted for. on in Hartford just now, which shows Hartford next day, the 23d. h Mon- Cait. o Tin: County Fair is an institution which merits tho patrouago of tho people It is essentially n public enF01 while tho promoters terprise. expect to have a return for their outlay, few Fairs hung in more than is Sj that if no expended upon thorn. good results to tho people generally it would seem in a majority of instances Fairs would bo mcro wastes of energy. Rut tho facts do not warrant tho latter conclusion. Tho people arc benefitted by tho county Fair and tho mcasuro of that benefit is tho measure of interest thoy manifest toward nnd tho patronago they extend to it. Tho exhibition and competition of live stock, agricultural products, the arts, agricultural implements and other displays which go to make up a County Fair cau but inllucnco tho public favorably and beget a spirit of emulation in the of like products in tho future-No- t everybody can havo an exhibit, but everybody should attend, not ouly to ciicournge a most worthy enterprise, but to learn, and thus be prepared to go and do likewise. rsFOR as day, but want to hold it forages to come. That's wliv you can dopond on .. what wo say in our advertisements. Wo never eximirerate, consequently we never j disappoint you when you come to our Casli Store. We .van! to make new custo-- g Ifmcrs. Wo want tliem to use our Goods; wo want them to test our high qualities by jqaciuai experience, we now nave ready a fine stock ot lull and winter goods j and goods were never so cheap. a . rt WE DON'T WANT YOUR TRADE " XZi 9 f 39 Til lOur PRICES Never FAIL to SELL the GOODS! Dry Goods, Cheap. Bargains in Hats. tc S Cc fie I ZZa 3 9 Cotton Checks as low ns Drown Domestic, good quality, only Fine Sen Island, only Bleached, soft finish Wide, heavy Cotton Flannel, only Heavy Wool Twill Flannel 15 and All Wool I.insey Cotton Plaids lor Shirtings, good Fine Wool Dress Goods Our 8,'j Dress Ginghams, best styles Best Calicoes All the best figured Oil Prints . . . . All the best Indigo Prints Sgi.We have the most select Styles nnd Patterns of Dress Goods to be found in this market, Au spection will quickly convince you ofthU net. Fine Fur Hats, nil shapes, ouly Cut from $t 50 nnd $2 00. Men's wool lints, only Men's Winter Caps, only Hoys' Dress lints $1 00 40c i & .25c 25c and 50c 5c 20c 20c 5c 20c Collogo Nows. The stampede in the Democratic party is inevitable, and tho men who arc attempting to prevent it aro tho ones who want office. Cleveland may bo all right as tho umplro of a baby show, but when it comes to umpiring tho fight in the Democratic party ho is a complete failure. President The Georgetown Sentinel is the natuo of a new Republican paper published at Georgetown, Ky., by Mr.L. F. Sinclair. It is a bright, newsy paper, well gotten up, and is a model country paper. In Kim-Leader speaknig of the Democratic says: dis- turbance at Eminence tho Springfield "Tho Kentucky Democrats who re- didate for Governor must have been afraid his argument would make Republicans of them. fused to listen to the Republican can- The trial of Durrant in San Francisco charged with the Emanuel Church double murder has been going on for nine weeks and the Commonwealth has not yet finished. The chances for conviction are better than in the earlier stage oi the trial. CMdM-M-Htl;IH;tWni I 1 1 Bwt (WIS. CUBtS WNIKI Ml Couiih t) jrop. Tute.Goud. In time. Hold br droirrltti. Uil lil CnM Ml In spite of warm weather the school is progressing finely, and each week new names are added to the list of pupils. Much interest is manifested by every one, and quite a prosperous is expected. enterprise nnd good judgment, on tho year Miss Bettie Crabtrec, Panther, part of our Town Trustees and citiand Mr. Walter Scott, Prentis, were New brick walks aro being zens. new matriculates Monday. built along Washington Street, holes Mrs. J. R. Pirtle, City, and Mrs. J. aro being filled in tho principlo Streets, E. Pirtle, Versailles, weie visitors at is erecting a handsome X Capt. Cox Monday morning. brick building, and the town is thorTrof. Richard Foster has been very With sick this week, and in his absence oughly alive with business. slack water navigation Hartford will Mr. C. M. Crowe has been hearing rank foremost with tbo thriving towns his classes. of the State. I,ast Friday evening about twilight a crowd of merry girls were seen At every appointment Col. Brad- wending their way towards the Colley is given an ovation. Largo and lege Hall to visit their brother An interesting debate and a increasing crowds go out to hear him and the prospects of his election' coni talk from Dr. Alexander on Society work were the features of the evening, t tinue to grow brighter. He is a with the earnest desire for tho and each one present was highly entertained. peoplo's interest and ho has their conThe Hypathan Society has twenty-on- e fidence. He stands squarely upon his members, and is doing a grand party's platform, for Frotection to work. American industries and labor, for Sound Money and for reform in the To tho Voters of Ohio County Fellow Citizens: I ambeforeyou administration of State affairs. He is in accord with his party on all ques- as the Populist candidate to represent Ohio county in the Lower House tions and when a man casts his vote and am asking the suffrage .of every 1 f electfor William 0. Bradley he knows that honest producer of wealth. ed, I pledge myself to work for the he votes for a candidate who reprebest interest of Ohio county, and look sents his party and the platform on after and guard your intetests to the which be was nominated. I promise also, best of my ability. that my vote for United States Sena-to- r shall go to that candidate whom I Mr. IIaridn, in the hopes of getting a crowd to speak to i3 following think will best subserve the great majority of Kentucklans on the curCol. Bradley in some ot his appoint-ments,t- rency question, viz : The enactment former speaking a few days of a law for the free and unlimited Mr. Hardin would coinage of both gold and silver at the after the latter. present legal ratio of 16 to 1. No one be glad to make the impression that will appreciate your vote more than he desired to meet Col. Bradley on myself. Resp'y, J. P. Mili.sk. the 8tump,but those who kept inform-- . Adel-phian- s. 5c 5c 5c jc e Low-Pric- in- Hoys' Suspenders loc Men's Suspenders 15c Ladles' good Corset, only 19c Woven Corsets, Ladies nnd Mimes, all sl.es now in stock; try them nnd and you will use no other, Tnblc Daumsk, per yard 15c Table Oil Clnth, per yard 20c Two pniwra Brass Pins 5c Twehe spools 200 yard Machine Tlirmil 2jc Best Cnrpet Warp, nnd full weight, 5 pound bundle ft 00 glove-fittin. rui Tit CILOTZEaiXILsrGK worth from $ 6 to $io, now nt $3.75 worth from 10 to now at 6.50 These arc Special Bargains and will not last long; come early nnd get (list choice. A A line of Men's suits line of Men's suits :, Nice and complete line of Men's, Hoys' and Children's Suits nnd Overcoats, marked at prices that will sell the goods. We still have the Agency for Custom made Clothing and have Suits and Overcoats made to order very cheap. -- (m& 1 1 A. OTlSflMSJEZ. I3NT .'SHOESS-the Shoe line we are fixed for you, as we have a fine stock of goods r3 to select from and the prices aro shaved down to the quick. 5 n HJ'Lb A Gae line of Ladies Shoes for 00; cannot be excelled for the money. And for $1.25, a pair we defy nnd challenge all competition, as thy nr goo.ls that will wear equal to the average 1.75 and $2 shot. Still finer Shoes for $t 50 to $y, at least filty per cent, per pair under price. 1 9 s3 we want every man, woman and child In this county to wear our Shoes, 5 and to that end have marked the price from 50c to $1 under value. In Addition to all -- Fiese m We have a lull line of all the finer Grades of Goods that will suit tho most fastid- El pious in iaonc, siyie ana nr. uoirt mil lo see us Willie attending the Fair, as it KS s win suruiy iusuil jii ;i money savinig to you. -- Bargains S -3 ZEB ZE vr Remember there is but One Place; that is at the Uj CASH STOGIE Muhlonborg Fair. Magan. za OZF1 THE QUESTION IS old, Silver or (sreenlb&eis? The Highest Prices paid for Country Produce. Rev. E. Rev. 15. J. Maddox, the well known Ii.iptist minister oi Owcnsboro, died at his home in that city last Sunday night after an illness oi several weeks of typhoid fever. The end was not unexpected as the doctors had given up all hopes of his recovery. Dro. years of Maddox was about thirty-si- x age and was born and reared in Ohio He had been county near Rockport. preaching about eight years and was regarded as one of the rising young He had been men in the Church. prominently identified with about all the church gatherings for the last few years and was Secretary of the Daviess County Baptist Association. He leaves a wile and one child, together with a host of friends and relatives to mourn his loss. The remains were buried Monday at West Providence. I J. M add ox Doad. We are for all; and have made arrangements to take either at Ciovornor, COL. WM. O. UKADLBY. four days. PAR in fact at a Premium because our new Fall Stock has books. Rev. B. P. Jenkins, assisted of Garrard couuty They are erecting a new Floral by Rev. H. D. Durch, will preach the Lieutonrfiit Govornor, Hall have engaged one of the most dedicatory been bought so that we can do this in our prices. sermon. famous bands in the country the WM.J.WOUTHINGTON, J. E. Couiman. Coat. Emma Warren Ochestra. They have of (Jrernup county. The "Rise" in the Staples and Merchandise generally was each day fdled with new and novel Electric Blttors. Auditor, Electric Ditters is a medicine suited attractions.whlch wetc never before SAM II. STONE, anticipated and we got ahead of it. Now, friends read this: for any season, but perhaps more exhibited on their grounds. of Madison county. New and novel rings, together erally needed in the Spring.when the We have some SPECIALTIES, Our Dress Goods are absolanguid exhausted feeling prevails, with exciting contests of uuiqe charSecretary of Slate, when the liver is torpid aud sluggish acter and as a "cap" to the whole CIIAKLES FINLEY, "Newest and Nobbiest" and allow us to say the lutely the fair there will be a marriage in the and the need of a tonic and alterative of Whitley counly. v. ring on the third day. The contracts is lelt. A prompt use of this mediTreaturer, our r Dress FINEST, selected to suit the best trade, besides ing parties together with the bride's cine has otten averted long and perGEOKGE W. LONG, maid, gtoom and parson will be haps fatal bilious fevers. No " Go ods Department is presided over by Miss FANNIE BARNES of Grayson county. will act more surely in countmounted on horseback and the cer emony will be performed in full view eracting nnd freeing the system from Attorney General, whohas arranged to suggest the LATEST patterns and cuts. A of the vast throng assembled. the malarial poison. Headache, IndiJUDGE W. S. TAYLOR, gestion, Dizziness yield lady purchasing a new dress had as well have this advantage, FniiTTSTPair! to ElectricConstipation, Only filty cents Supt. of Ilutler couuty. Hitters. Remember the date of Public Instruction. per bottle nt Williams &' Hell's Drug Ohio County Fair W. J. DAVIDSON, especially as it costs nothing. Come in soon, and examine Store. Wednesday, of Pulaski county. tho fairest Fair of all Sept. 25th, the Ohio this line. Exciting races evRlgistcr of tho Land Ofiico, CHARLES O. REYNOLDS, County Fair will be- fairs. ery day of the of Fayette county. Unless gin. Another SPECIALTY is, Ladies HEADWEAR. Notice week. Commissioner of Agriculture, To the members of the Hartford these goods arc the latest styles, they are not "worth a cent," Post of the G. A. R. I take this LUCAS MOORE, Bucklon'a Arnica Salvo. To t)o Public. method of thanking you for the coui of Marion county. hence Miss VIOLA PIRTLE, after years of experience, both This will tell you that "Uncle Joe" plimentary ticket to the meeting of Tins Dust Saia'K In the world for Cuts, Drulses, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Railroad Commissioner 1st Diet. the celebrated clothes cleaner, dyer in the city and country trade, is fully prepared to select from and rcnev.ttor will conclude his work the G. A. R. Encampment at Louis- Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chap, JERRY R. PORTER, To that you us Hands, Chilblains, for on of Hickman county. the best markets the LATEST, in fact just what our ladies heremore the 28th,will the present, and ville. days say unlimited have givenbut pedSkin Eruptions, andCorns, and of pleasure all goods no be received by four positively For .State Senator, word it want. "Come right along, and see for yourself, and in addition him niter that date. Thankfuly for feebly expresses it. Inof aa life time cures Piles, or no pay required. It is DR. A. D. JAMES. guaranteed to give perfect satisfacand hoping to received has been an opportunity pakt luvors we to this, we havo in the Finest Line of Ladies Wraps of every your lutther patronageon my return, to us lor which to you and further tion or money refunded. Price 25 For Representative from Ohio County indebted C. M. BARNETT. cents per box. yours very truly. alize that wc shall be unable to variety. Look at them, if you want to buy, it will pay you, if For sulc by Williams & Dell. Uncus For Coroner, pay you for this kindness, but by I W. HUNT. you don't want to buy it will cost you nothing. loyalty to who have Miss the Fair and Children Cry for and workedthe men the war of tolled during In Clothing,no pains has been spared, and wo aro Headin defense ol our common country. you will regret it. Pitcher's Castorla. Everything amusJ, D. Phrkvman. quarters for fine Suits. Just come in and look. ForSalo. 0u11g men or young women aspir- ing, elovating, pleasTwo good heavy mules for sale on ing to in life should A fine lot of race always any vocation that the bottom ing and captivating-wi- ll In STAPLES wo anticipated the "KISE and are in shape to givoour customers theso without the juuipt remember time to suit purchaser. time John C. Ruby. stock has arrived at rounds of the ladder ofthere's are filled which has characterized cotton goods nod wine other lines. to overflowing, but In all other lines wo are ready for the always bo at tho Fair room nt the top. That's where Dr. "Uouutelul crops," and "good cheer" aro abroad in the land, nnd now wo An II. M.T, buggy will just hold a tho Fair Grounds and Bell's season, and expect a good trade. for colic, cholera next week. Do not pair, and diarrhea stands. It's soldat 25c and good goods at right prices to raako things right. So como along and try us, need To hitch up to it your very best "lots more a comin'," and 50c on a guarantee by. Wovne miss it. " Dodlcatlon at Our neighbors, the Muhlenberg Pleasant Hill Baptist Church will Pair Company, are resolved to excel be dedicated on the fifth Sunday in this year at their annual meeting, September. Come one, come all and beginning October the otb, and bring well filled baskets and pocket Republican Ticket. gen- af- " medl-cin- e ";,, . next Fail-nex- t -- cknowledgeour-selve- s rere- 1 .1 11, J015. 60-6- m m ed-u- p," Anti-Fl- ux 55. YourS 2ruly, IIOCKER Sept. 1895. CO., Reaver Dam. maie Your girl U indifferent (?) says, "I don't care,"' nut she will like it if you take her to the Ohio Ccouty Fair. Grlflin&Bror That 2 s.)o trot Is to be Wednesday, the first day of the l'nir. We have recieved a London paper from Miss Mary 15. Taylor, who , is making an extended tour ol the foreign countries. Miss Taylor writes home that she is having a pleasant journey and Is delighted with the I loretgn scenes. Ohio County Fair days only Wednesday, Sept. 25th it begins. i Nlrnycii, One brown marc, about 16 hands high, about 10 years old. She lelt home Tuesday night. Any informat tion leading to her recovery will be thankfully received by Mrs. Mattlo McGee, Ro.slne, Ky, tf r Trade with Carson & Co. FAIR ?? flBtm HBk aA A New Sorghum CTN t Carson & Co. New dark 1'ercals at 1'air Uros, Co's. Uros. & Co. & We ore in tits ImiI. Camion & Co. Money saved by dealing with Pair trun and permanent euro lor tbefr oondltlon Is to bo found In having Peoplo should reallto that the only SKWD op- Aro Appreciating tho fact that UTeuLl ZDress Block O-ood- -s, l'resh Ojsters ,it Stevens & Rial's New fall DreM Goods ut Fair tiros, during the fair, & Co's. liny your Wheat l'crtlller from Cnsslus Spalding has Mnstor Carson & Co. diphtheria, Mr, Ike It. McClurc, Denver Dam, Dark Calico ,c. por yard at Fair was in town Wednesday. to Imvo n & Co's. Opening ol Millinery nest week nt Fair Dros. & Co. Cate's Jeans, Yarns nnd Linsey at Fair Dros. & Co's. inch nil Wool Serge 35c nt Fair Dros. & Co. Tliitty-si- x Pure Blood Bocauso tho health oi every organ and tlaaua ot the body depends upon tho purity ot the blood. The wholo world know the standard blood pnrlfler la nml hope soon clianco to show you tlicni. Wo linvo tho correct things Black is nnd at lower prices than any competition. tlio color, wlillo navy Lluo is much used, as arc mixtures and Plaid. Hough Cheviot, Urcpon and Moucll (.fleets nro the reigning fad, and Molintr fancies aio popular. We liavo nn immenso Dr. J. J. Mitchell, Denver Dam called to sec us Wednesday. Come and see ourncw goods. Carson & Co. Miss Isabellc McIIenry from Louisville Tuesday. We have what you returned Sarsaparilia Makos Hood's ,U want to day Cahson & Co. Ladles Black Hose 5c per pair at Black Goods. Wo felt euro that black would' bo tlio leader, so wo bought Wo liavo about 10 tho largest lino wo havo over shown. styles In Serges, Irom fino twills tothoso now Storm Herges with twills an Inch wide. Prices rango from 25c to $1.00 per yard. Fair Dros. & Co. Newest things in Dress Trimmings nt Fair Bros. & Co. Closscst prices on Boots nnd Shoes at Fair Bros. & Co's. mile heats two Running one-ha- lf best in three, first day of the Fair. Woolen dtcss goods and percals at Carson & Co's. open Carson & Co. will hive their grand Millinery opening next Saturday. Come Saturday and sec our new goods. Cahson & Co. Prof. Richard Foster, Vice President of Hartford College, is ill. Fordsvillc, is visiting her brother, Dr. B. W. Ford. Stevens & Rial have the quality nnd give cruanlty to suit the peop'c. Mrs. John J, McIIenry has icturncd from a visit to her parents at Afton, Va. Mr. J. W. Martin and Mr. I,cach, of Cromwell, gave us a pleasant call Monday. Our new goods will all be opened, Wednesday, Sept. i8th. Carson & Co. The Ohio county Fair this year bids fair to be the fairest lair of any prev-violair. Miss Ambie Ford, And therefore It la the only truo and reliable medicine for nervous people. It makes the blood pure and healthy, and thus euro norvouaneaa, makes the nerve firm and strong, give aweet aleep, mental vigor, a good appetite, perfect digestion. It doea U Ibis, and cure Scrofula, Eczema, or Bait Rheum and all other blood dtieaaca, because It LOWEST PRISED' , y;7 : f 10.00 at Fair All wool suits $5.00, $8 00 and Dros. & Co. Pure Blood Hooa's Be Sure to Got Hood's I ItiHOABET New line of Gents Tics and Negli gee Shirts nt Fair Dros. & Co. Window shades, all colors, long 35c at Fair Dros. & Co. 7 Reeulta prove every word we have said. Thousands of voluntary testi- oeveooos ' ' p monial fully establish the fact that w Bursa-jparil- la Mohair Dress Goods. feet market III the countiy, and a Itich, soft "Uros Grain" Sccillians atOOoto 81.00 n yard. Figured Mohairs, both smooth and rough, from dOe to New Diagonal Moiinirs in berges and 81.00 a yard. Mohair Crcpous in stripes and figures, nil Florentines now in demand. Miss Pearl Joplln, ElUabethtown, is the cucst of Miss Bdna Griffin this week. Mrs 15. D. Gufly was called Tue d y to the bedside ol her brother near Whitesville. Our Dress Goods compose the latest weaves shades. Prices the lowest at Fair Bros & Co. A few more pairs ot shoes sizes 3 worth twice the money at and Fair Bros. & Co. and the first bottle helped me." a rat, Catawba, Kentucky. Hood's Pills cure all liter Ills, headache, Indigestion, tie. afflioted with "I have beento take Hood's nervous rune. began Bareapa-Til- c ures wv ls that Rough Black Goods. of Houcli nnd Cheviot effects in now weaves. Theso will bo much in demand for winter suits and skirts. A fino line DAM. Rev. Cascbier filled his regular here Sunday. Mr. Ben Hiiics and wife, Balos, Illinois, are visiting the family of Mr. II Merrick. Mr. E. P. Barnes and sister, Miss Fannie have returned from the east where they bought the fall stock for the firm of Hocker & Co. Miss Viola Pirtle, who has been in Louisville for the past few weeks'1 has returned "and will resume her position as milliner for Hocker & Co. Mr. V. M. Stewart, has returned from the east and with him brought Miss Bmma Owsley, Paris, Ky., who will take the place of Miss Lizzie Barnes as milliner forHuut, Stewatt & Leach. Mr. F. O. Austin and wife visited Mr. J. Henry Carson and wife, Hart" ford, Sunday afternoon. Mr. D. F. Gibbs, Rochester, was in town Wednesday. Messrs Oscar McKiuney and Percy Hunt are very sick this week. Messrs Alex Cairnes nnd Ned Duncan, Rockport, were in town this week. Mr. John W. Hocker, Oklahoma, has been visiting friends nnd relatives here for' the past week after an of three years. Mr. Tom Stevens was in Elizabeth-tow- n last week in the interest of the Ohio county Fair. Miss Lula Walker spent Monday night at her home in the country near Hartford. Mr. J. C. Williams and tvife spent Sunday nt their former home in Rock-por- t. BEAVER Aro displaying tho best assortment of DRESS GOODS, I, UTW , jtv-- l $, FINE CLOTHING, SHOES, NOTIONS, And in short, General Store. Wdi i Sample Black Goods. all the staplo weavers, such as Henriettas, Theso aro always Armurcs, Drop DcAlraa, i&d Ac. used. Wo havo Tickets for the Powell Lecture 35 and 35 cents on sale at Williams & Bell's drug store. Colored Dress Goods. Everybody will not want black and for those who do not, we have colored Dress Goods, from our all wool, plain and fancies at 25c yard up to the linest. A great assortment of handsome Plaids in wool and silk and wool. These are to be greatly used for shirt waists; we will sell you over 30 new style Plaids. For 25 cents you can hear Powell expjse Pythianism. Tickets at WilMr.John J. McIIenry went to Louisliams & Bell's ville last Friday and returned Tues day. Gen. P. Wat Hardin, Democratic nominee for Govenor, will speak at Deputy Sherifl, T. R. Bishop, called to see us while in Fordsville toMinrrow. In the jam at Fordsville, Wednestown Tuesday. speaking a seat Photographer Taylor will make pic- day just before the gave away and Mrs. Wells had her tures in Hartford every Monday and leg broken. in McIIenry on Tuesdary's. tf The Powell Lecture will be the We will show you a nice lot of new grandest and merriest treat in town goods, Wednesday, Sept. 18. Friday night, Sept. 27. Tickets at Carson & Co. n, 8-- everything kept in a While it is first-cla- ss true thero has been a heavy advnnco on most all goodf, wo Lave bought ours'so that we can still sell at the old prices. also keep a full jino of Wo GROCERIES lvAND-- 4, . . ,"; priversl of repairing Field & Holbrook bus will leave Watches, Clocks and Jewelry call Beaver Dam at 7 o'clock a. m. each on the old reliable C. R. Martin. morning of the fair, arriving at Mr. Cal Fieldcu, of Tenuesee, was Hartlord 8:30 o'clock in time for fair in town one day last week, enroute each day. to his old home nt Pleasant Ridge. When Hon. J. II. Powell the silver Large purses bting fast horses to tongued orator comes to expose the Fair nnd that is why so 'much rythianism Friday night September fine race stock continues to come this 27 your be there if you don't you'll is year. .miss the treat of you Hie. Get your on C. R. Martin carries a lull line of ticket at Williams & Bell's drug is Watches and Jewelery. Repairing store. Admission- 25cents. We a colors. on short notice at most reasonable Col. J. II. Powell, of Henderson rates. his splendid lecture will deliver reafine Half-faron the C, O. & S. W. R. Pythianism Exposed at Court Hall R. and Owcusboroand Falls of Rough on next Friday night Sept. 27. He also railroad during the fair here next is a fine orator nnd his, humor is sidesplitting. He has lectured in week. the principal cities of the United Miss Dora B. Gibson lelt Friday for States and Canada and is universally Taylor, Tex , where she has been enpraised. e gaged to teach for the ensuing school Col S. R Dent, the general agent year. of the United States Life Insurance Conic one nnd all and bring everycmeralds,ni-biesCo., has been in town this week in come body else and your friends, relatives the interest of his Company. Col. and- family with you to the Fair here be Dent is very popular with Ohio counnext week. ty people and knows alifrat every Judge John P. Morton, wife and man, woman nnd child in thVcmin-t- y on a son Burr, and Sheriff C. P. Keown personally, and is never too busy of left Tuesday for Chattanoogo, Ten 11., to talk to n friend. He is a hustler see be at for his company and it is safe to say color. to There the Reunion. to for has been n great deal of hard that he writes more insurance than any other insurance agent iu the across. work done this season an 1 a little rec3 Some of reation is needed which the Fair will State. He is perfectly reliable and his company is reliable which makes afford. So every lady should go. him and his company so popular. There has been a great deal of hard As soon as n death is reported to work done this season aud a little rechim he goes and upon proof of reation is needed which the Fair will death claim, he pays the full amount afford. So every lady should go. of the policy without delay. HartThe race track at the Fair grounds ford people always welcome Col. Standard Dress Ginghams in a beaut ilul lino of Plaids 7c Yard, Full here was never in a better condition Dent. worth 8Jc. aud good racing will be among the Stolon. would many interesting features of the Faic 74c 10 styles in 32 inch "Merino Suitings" in Plaids and stripes From my premises 4 i miles east of here next week. bo cheap nt 10c. Livenuore, Ky., on Tuesday night Reduced rates on the Owensboro Sept. 17, 1895 one dark bay horse beFalls of Rough and Green River rail- tween 14 and 15 hands hige, 5 years road and also ou the C, O. & S. W. old, both hind feet white, white spot R. R. One-far- e for the round trip, in forehead. Any information leading to recovery the horse will be lly to the Ohio County Fair. For all kinds Williams & Bell's. ja FURNITURE Don't fail to call on still the leading nothing richer There trimming. have great variety black or of narrow and wide bands and a beautiful Jet at line of waist ornaments in be much sonable prices. Velvet will Dress Trimmings. Jet in various styles - Hartford, Ky. BRECKINRIDGE- e 3TOKMAL COLLEGE. ', firsl-cla- used. waist. Don't fail to or four arc used these dainties. We have every kind suit any coats, large buttons them inches the very latest from Paris. These, in imitation, diamonds, greatly &c, &c, and arc sure to used. They are expensive, but only three Jewel Buttons-Ar- Will open tho Fail Term Tuesday, September 3, 1895, and continue 48 Dr. P. E. James, Morgantown, was weeks. Faculty in town last week. Studonts'may enter at any time. Classes. Mrs. F. O. Austin and daughters to suit all. Misses. Attye and Sadie attended Courses Teachers' Business, Classical, Kc.ienlific, Telegraphy, Music. the grand Barbecue In- Louisville last Terms reasonable. Address, Friday. DEL- Misses Anna McKenney and Attye HARDINSBURG, KY. President. Austin, and Messrs. A. M. Hunt and C P. Austin had a pleasant drive to Point Pleascnt Sunday afternoon. "Bread is the Staff of Itife," heRi?FgoRoEd. Mr. A. D. Taylor, our photograph er nnd family have returned from 3F. SOI3:JL03E3L31.E5T,T,, Dawson. Attye. Superintendent's 23, 1895 No. 108 o'clock Bessie Maddox. No. 11 11 o'clock Siddie Davidson. No. 25 2:30 o'clock J. II, Barnes. Monday Seitbmhur ments. Appoint- Ballard's Obelisk PB0aS The Purest, Strongest and Best. ONLY 25c PER POUND CAN. ' Q&XwaysmttlA Tuesday Ssftsmbkr 25, 1895. 8 o'clock A. P. Thomas. N0.G1 No. 8 (col.) 10 o'clock Minnie Taylor. No. 852:30 Wedding. o'clock Randolph 25, 1895. It depends upon How and When you market vour chickens and nnra and to Whom yon , . u iamiii uu Kt("t kuu uaiD an H1H .(,., iraan to make raonej for all our buIpdc. We recelre ciiaoiisaea niter. atla . cnan 55n J"8- aud ull H veal, UWes, leiu. Tallow, Ueaus, Seedi, Potatoes, Wool, Hay, Gralu or anything you Eirr. Aave to ahlo. Information rhterftillv turnlhA. ,i nNttntln.. ,tni,u . .C. mar request It, and liberal adrances made on tlia largest consljj amenu by PROFIT IN POULTRY! .,. ... HERNDON-CARTER t Wednesday Septkmuer 313,31S,31T&.ai9MURRELLCOURT. A Testimonial. The following Is n touching testimonial to the faithful and speedy performance by the United StatesUfc Insurance Co. of its contract in pay-it- s a policy of Insurance upon the lift of the late F. W. Yeiser. Mr. Yeiser has been insured hut four years and the payment to his family of the amount of his policy comes to the aid of most worthy beneficiaries. Men in moderate circumstances whose families are liable to be left without means by the death of husband and father, should read aud think over this letter, which is IlAKtronD, Ky., Sent, o, 1895. Coi, . K. Dijnt, Aot. U. S. I.IPH Insuranck Co., Dkau Sir: I desire to thank you and through ybu and the excellent Company you ep. resent for the very piompt nnd satisfactory way in which you have dealt with me in the matter of claiu furlnsurs ance uponthelife of my late husband, V. W. Yeiser. The claim with proof of death 83 required by the policy he held in your Company was made out at this place on August ai, 1895, and on' August 27th I received through you a check in lull for the amount ot the policy. I desire to say that such prompt aud business-dikdealing with myself and my family is fully appreciated by us and we desire to add this measure of our commendation to the United States Life Insurance Company nnd its efficient local service in this com-munit- y. . . LOUISVILLE, CO., KV. Millinery oods. No. 21 8 o'clock Bertha Brown. No. 2211 o'clock II. B. Brown. No. 702:30 o'clock Thos. II Brown. Tho"Flying Dutchman" has come to town and the little folks will have a jolly time during tho Thursday, Septemurr No. 101 No. 104 8 o'clock 11 26, 1895. lib-ra- Every new shapo that You may rest assured that we have tho latest. Felt nmUtraw sailors from 2.r)o to 81.25. stock. is out will composo cur Don't Dainty lino of caps aud novelties in head wear for tho little folks. miss eeciug our line. j&dies ffamishinsg. Wo can show tho coinpletcst line ladies handkerchiefs belt bucklcs.stick velvets, pins, shirt waist Sots, underwear, hoeeroy, ribbons, laces, corsets, Bilks, parasols. Clothing. .- - $5to 810. 100 now suits for men in casaimoro and worsted.all wool, from 00 child and youth's suits from 75o to 88. Remember we are HEADCJUAR Wo carry a stock that Insures you a well selection TERS for Clothing. at prices below competition in shoe This lino was bought early so wo headed olf tho big Wo aro still nblo to give you a ladies fino button sho for 81,25, leather. A little early for boots, alsi a gents fino shoo, lace or congress, for 81.25. If your entire Hue In, ready for you at last years' prices. but wo have our Wo will savo you family is large, como, buy your entire lino from us. money. We aro anxious for you trade and shall endeavor to do our part in gct ting It. We soil only for CASH, and by so doing aro able to sell you goods Yom presenco much cheaper than other houses. Nisit us during tho fair. will bo appreciated. A' BOotS stlX3L SHOOS. advance 'fc: ! Hartford emple of fashions- - FAIR BROS. &, CO. Citizens Silver Band of Caunellton, 7.. Ind.,will make music for the Fair. Col. Bradley at Fordsville. The boys live over the River, but Tho Fair. Between 2,500 nnd 3,000 people Everything is in readiness for tho they knowjust what it takes to please gathered at Fordsville Wednesday to opening at the fair next week. Tho Kentuckians in the way of music. Col. W. O. Bradley. grounds aro in nico condition, tho hear Rev. J. N. Jatuagln will preach at In the morning the horns, formeris iu good shapo and ovcrything the Beaver Dam Baptist Church on track ly belonging to Roslne, so long the the 5th Sunday in this month at elev- points to a successful meeting. banner Republican precinct, were preSecretary Kail informs us that sented to Fordsville in a neat little en o'clock a. m. Let everybody come of horses aud out and hear this able young divine. there aro about 40 head speech by Prof. C C Jan a li. Co'. a great many others will bo in y J. S. R. Wedding made the speech of Where are you going next weet, and acceptance, on behalf of Fordsville John? Why, I am going to the Ohio Republicans. Marvolous Results. county Fair. When does It begin? Iu the evening a big procession From a letter written by Rev, I. Next Wednesday. How long does it formed and the thousands marched to last? Four days. Going to be much Gundermah, of Dimondale, Mich., we the factory which had been seated for stock on hand? Well, from nil ap- are permitted to make this extract: the occasion. Hundreds stood at the pearances there will be the finest lot I have no hesitation In recommending door and windows unable to find room of stock seen on the grounds in many Dr. King's New Discovery, as the re- in the mammonth building. sults were almost marvelous in the years. Col. Bradley was Introduced by Col. i case of my wife. When I was pastor County Assessor N. C. Daniel has of the Baptist Church at Rives June Wedding and he delivered a masterly appointed the following named gen- tlon she was brought down with speech to the delight of his hearers. the tlemen as Deputy Assessors :Thos. F. Pneumonia succeeded by La Grippe. Men of all parties compliment Johnson, G. D. Royal, W. R. Jones, Terrible paroxysms of coughing great effort. Wood Tinsley, Robt. A. Miller, John would last hours with little interrupt Why Not You? G. Wilson, P, W. Gilstrap.D. J.Wil-co;ion and seemed as if she could not When thousands of people are takiug They began work the 15th of survive them- - A friend recommended to overcome the Dr. King's New Discovery! it was Hood's Sarsaparilia this month. quick in its work and highly satis-- , weakness nnd languor which are so factory in results." Trial bottles free common at this season, w by are you Mr. W.D. Faught.oiBiunswhk.Ill. William & Bell'a Drug Store. not doing tlte same? When you who is visiting his brother, Mr. T.II. at Regular size 50c. and $1.00. know that Hood's Sarsaparilia has Faught, ofllorton, gave us a pleas-npower to cure rheumatism, dyspepsia call Monday, This is the first A man whose name we failed to time Mr. Faught has been in Hart- learn was drowned in Rough River and all diseases caused by impure ford since he enlisted In Col. Mullen-ry'- s Wednesday nlternoon near Davidson blood, why do you continue to suficr? regment and left here during he Station. Tlte body was found yester- Hood's.cures others, why not you? war. He is on his way home from day, Coronor Hunt was notified Hood's Pills arc prompt and cm. the G. A. R. Biicampnicut. and an inquest held. dent. 25c. x. ut rewarded. G. Livermore, Ky. M." Hipsley. Ozna Slmltz. Lida Martin. II. Siiultz, C. S. C. S. o'clock Fair. IJ. h. Bullington Is prepared to give you a quick, easy and close shave. 15. D. Gufly, the well known Re- publican politician, of Hartford, was in the city last night. Mr. Guffy is a son of Judge B. I,. D. Guffy, of the Court of Appeals. Courier Journal. Mrs. Den D. Ringo has returned home from a visit to her parents in Logan county. Awarded Highest Honors World' Fair. Very truly, Valeria Ynisitu. CREW Druggists say that their sales ot Hood's Sarsaparilia exceed those of all others. There' is no substitute for Hood's. Remember that I'ielU& Holbrook bus will meet nil, day trains. BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grip Oeam of Tartar Powder. Frti from Ammonia, Alumor any other adultcunt. 40 YEARS Tf IB STANDARD. iaiw iwiiiHi WWPMMM I Hartford Republican Friday, SntTRMiimt. ao 1895. BRADLEY'S DATES. The following nre llradlcy's np I polutuicuts: Cnlhoon, September 20. Henderson, a p. m., September 21, Tadiicali, 8 p.m., September 23 Mmlisotivlllc, September 24 Klktott, September 25, Scottsvllle, September 26, Totnpkinsvlllc, September 27. Kdmonton, September 28. Somerset, September 30. Williamsburg, October I. Barboursville, October 2. Pincvllle, October 3. Manchester, October 4. McKce, October 5. Mt. Vernon, October 7. Winchester, October 8. Nlcholasvlllc, October 9. Cynthiana, October 10. Tads, October 11. Maysvllle, October 12. Vanceburg, October 14. Grayson, October 15. Ashland, October 16. Paintsville, October 17. Covington, October 19 Shephersville, October 21. Hodgensville, October 22. Lebanon, October 23. Lancaster, November 4. Ohllnnry Sollcc--i. Obituary notices will be charged for at the rate ol 5 cents per line. It is customary for all publications to charge for such matter. These rates will be adhered to without discrimination, so please take note of it and don't be offended when we present our bill. Count six words to the line. HIDDEN TKEASUItE. Fabled Exlstenoo of Vnet Wealth on Oooos Island. The Concealed nooty of IMrate SmfnFutlle Attempts t Hecotrrlna; the C0U1 Henderson's Story of 11 Sons; Kortnne. - for Infants and Children. Do You Dispatches irom Panama tell in an uncertain way of tho finding of $1,000,000 In Spanish gold and silver on tho island of Cocos, near Vera-Riiasaid tho San Frnnclaco Chronicle, recently. There lias always been much mystery about the troas-ur- o which was supposed to be hidden on the island. A plrato who was vaguely known as Capt. Martin roamed the sea early in tho present century. Ono of his cruisers lay along tho coast of Peru. After dropping anchor at many of tho principal ports along the shore his crow of freebooters boldly Invaded tho churches of tho towns and took with them ecclesiastical treasure of great valuo. Houses were robbed and burned, stores were pillaged, and rich men who fell into tho hands of the pirates wcro forced to purchaso their freedom at an exorbitant price. This booty, it has been popularly supposed, was hidden somewhere about the ruggod tihores of Cocos island ftDd near Waflo bay. Closo to tho beach is an immense arch, formed by two cliffs, whoso summits meet In one peak. Somcwhero along the surface of this arch, on the west sldo and along tho base of the rocky cliffs, it was believed thcro existed a pivotal rock, which, when released, would reveal an opening to the vault of the long concealed trcasuro of tho Incos and Peruvians. The nearest point on tho Central American coast ito Cocos Island is Punta Arenas, in Costa Rica, about 300 miles away. Ubc distance from Panama Is fully oSO miles. Early in June, 1803, Capt. Gelsler, of Stockton, accompanied by ten York capitalists, chartered the steamer Acapulco for an exploration of the island, tho captain being satisfied that ho could find the treasure hidden by the pirates. It was on the afternoon of tbo 10th of that month that the vessel came to anchor in "Wafie bay, on the north side of the island. Upon tho shore of a bend in tbe bay tho treasure seekers saw a small building, and straining their eyes they beheld smoke tumbling rom the chimney. Boats were lowbred and preparations made to land. 'As the voyagers neared the beach two men ran from the door of the cabin to the beach. With all tho ardent energy of his nature Capt. Gelsler hurriedly took the party to .tho spot where he believed the treasure to bo hidden. They could nob find tho pivotal rock, however, and ifor days and days they lived with the (two men whom they found upon tho island. Baffled in their efforts to find tho gold and silver, Capt. Gelsler gloomily and reluctantly weighed anchor and returned to San Francisco. Seekers for troasure on the islo of Cocos were known before the o dropped anchor la its buy. Early in 1892 the schooner Eliza was fitted out for a mysterious voyage. She sailed away from the harbor of San Diego with eleven men on board. Among them was Barber, of Santa Barbara. Tho voyogcrs were provided with an immense stock of provisions, and carried with thera a formidable assortment of picks, shovels and spades. The destination of the schooner was Cocos island. The vessel was three weeks on its war, and during all that time, although frequently hugging the shore closely, not a house or living crcaturo was seen on land. Barber and his men found no trcasuro on the island, although they remained until their provisions were nearly exhausted. Still another strange and weird story about the stowaway wealth of Aca-pulcEd-war- MOTHERS, Ttlo Cordial, many (toothing Wyriii, nnd most remedies far children are conipowt of opium or morphine? KNOwh. be) Voti Know lhal opium and morphine ale (upelnir narcotic tnlsontr Ho Von Know that In moat countries drugglstsare not permitted to tell nnreelles without labeling them polsoni ? 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That It lias been In use for nearly thirty ) ears, and tint mere Cswtorla Is now aoM than of all other remedies for children combined f no Von Know tint Castorla Ho Von Know that the l'atcnt Office Department of the United Mate, and of clusle right to Dr. riteher and Ms assigns to me the word other countries, hae Issued " Cnstorln " and Its formula, and that to imitate them Is a state prison oflen-e- F Ho Von Know that one of the reasons for jrrat ting this government protection was because Castorla had been prmen to be nliHolutely linniilcHn? no Von Know that 35 m crnso doses of Castorla are furnished for 3 cell In, or one cent a dose? no Von Know that when possessed of tills perfect preparation, jour children may bekcptwcll,andthat)Oumay lia e unbroken rest ? knowing. I Vfll. tliCHC tlilnitw are worth They are facia. 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Cmyni.RmiwTV Co., La C'rostc, Wis 4P 1 jr. or InlrriM In l.ftillrM JiaoBooootJOOooBoooodocc-BoooeoaaMeeeoToaeooaooooof- l xl ol r won i laice rrt inis . j- - ns--s . Sf s .rfSr CLABEIIE SOAT 1 . ItHKcS&OT" oap-They- Want kp ov-o- ry 1VLW 5Q 2 it ? ffs"vl r BOooBOoooeoooaooeoaaooooeootooooaooooaa'oooaooi lcjioc a sssThrTrin Rvcryboily wmita Clairctte Sonp who knows the good- nc8 of It. Try it once nnd yott will refuse nil other kinds, too. Sold every where, fllnue only by 'HE II, K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, o g g g o g J fsmi Bl. LOUIS. disup-pointm- WMmSBwma "I Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. ZHft&mtflHHI ro vj MOST IN QUANTITY ti r OESTiriQOAirr we tNow Lucas Countv, Frank J. Ciienev makes oath that he is the senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing- - business in the City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribe in my presence, this Cfh day of State of Ohio, Citv 01' Toledo ' 1 Bf85 eliS . I I I WHITE'S CREAK- h- jVERMIsFUGEi I ci i&Hno V Has lori nil WORM Romodlos. BOTTLE GUARANTEED. VEVEiiY ,. SOI.ll 11V A I.I. lmCOGISTS. . rnr.rM s. irxiatitox iiniinKiA-- i ST tons. s run wN.wsjrTvirvji.rTvBrsiM.rvEL An Elegant ili Uphosiered I seal A. D. 18S6. A. V. Gleason, Notary Public. Vohogany Tarli Sc.it ii. g. wssm KiB sented by Repre- "I Send tor testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. , 4.4t. JSTSold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Catajrh Cure is taken internal-l- y and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Somebody will get this magnificent present FREE and everybody who makes a purchase of $3.00 or over will have a chance to get it, the drawing to be held Jan. 1st, 1896, before a cominittc of Ow- ensboro's representative citizens, at the E F CARSON c& CO DENTIST. Is prepared to do all kinds, o Dental work at roMonahle prices. . Office over J. W. Ford it Go's Feed Store. 11 iiiff ANH Whenever a druggist tells you he has something justasgood for coughs, grip, etc., as Dr. Bell's PineTarHons ey don't you believe it, for we guars ante that is is not true. We make the genuine and authorize all druggists to guarantee it. The E. E. Sutherland Co., Padncah, Ky. Sl.ootl In Uolil (Uvea Away I'rlies. For the best pictures taken. On November 15th, 1895, we shall give away One Thousand Dollars in gold for the best pictures taken by the Camera. The prizes will be awarded as follows: $200 in gold will be given for the best picture taken by this Camera; $100 for the second best; $50 for me intra iest; 525 for the fourth best; $15 for the filth best; $10 for the sixth best, and for the next 40 best $5 each will be given; for the next 80 best $2.50 each will be given, and for the next 200 best pictures taken bv the Lacrosse Camera $1 each will be given, making in all $1,000 given away. We shall do this for two reasons, viz: The first to introduce the Lacrosse Camera for 1895; the second, to educate the amateurs in phonography. This contest closes on November 1st, 1895, This camera can be used bvanvone and is sold under a positive written guarantee to do the work or money refunded. Sent by express with fnll instructions and rules governing this contest upon receipt ol express money order for $1 75. Remember, A Written Guarantee Goes with Every Camera. Address, LaCrosse Specialty Co. LaCrosseWis. Out oct. 1 T Laiigk WaTHPaper. 15 When if eomeS to fuimiture Tve are m the sse Furniture with prices LOWER than ever. We can sell yon a bed room set for 10.50, or a sideboard for the same price, which will make yon feel good every time yon look at it. These, however, arc just samples of our unequalcd bargains, of which wc have an immense house full. The finest line of parlor suits, floor and swinging rackets, desks and book cases ever in Owensboro or vicinity. Courteous and Liberal Treatment, Fair and Honest Dealing, Stylish and Well Made Goods. The Very Lowest Prices LOUISVILLE FURNITURE HOUSE, B. S. WO.LF.112 W. Main, Good Times A complete line of Bed Room. Kitchen, Parlor, Office, Dining room and School lead. Bestqunt ,withoutgold6cto8cpcr R'll . . Sc to 10c ier Roll Gold 1'aper Finest embossed Papensc to loperRMl Ave I.oui8vle,Ky. tSTSend 6 cts in stamps (or samples. VRiiTy, I.TFhT Styles, At Factor v Phicfs. K 1 HARTFORD REPUBLICAI n JL IJO.V.6m 62 I'ouith IJSS1;TT. ONE YEAR IlAKrtonn, Kjxti'cky, Mwk aii B uilder 331.25 inL ..cL"vsLan.ce- IIARTFORD REPUBLICAN, Will draw drafts from n nice, neat cozy cottage up to n fine two storehouse. W ill draw plans freo of Will make careful estimates cliarpe. on all kinds of buildings, and remotl-u- l old hoiues. Motto "Live and let live." n.strtfoi'ca., iSLy- - Writc your name and address on n pottnl card, send it to Geo. V. Hurt Room 2, Tribune lluildlng, New York City, and sample copy of TIIH NltW YORK WKIJKIA TRII1UNU vill k maile.1 to you. ir I c'lnsKM ly lyofl ie Mid tiyU .un ier.tciit. cretin. utpasJ end mudd rLi.'. or,li iofip ol inrcniiun wuh t ctr ptl.m at d ititerrei 1 Id i Aiit.gc. cbtmed biT A rhn i , i i,imte fur a a iifn foi nt to vnlruliibilllii, .it ,1 y ie, pr ,ccu, ,(,, 'll'icilion trill not Im taltril Inr unlitf the ' Ik.h lux.1 (.irrni." on. I ulrnUM alhw J, u lux full inf. rinslto i s itfrte All (OIDMURI. i.l!ii.b luBtliicrril tit Mrltllj ioiMttmw. rrv'-M.- laveil, .. mcellmi r. kwlncss cm dude I imtne iuti Icr lnu for JIIIDFItlTK ftUS. tcin .Iiin I fOjTIJgS FR EACH DOLLAR small TnvastmBnts. so rn uch wtliin n short time as by successful ion and Stock Koturning prosperity will tnnko many rich, but no v. hero oon thoy ma!e Speculation in Grain, Provis ship. Cocos island was told in 1694 by Charles Henderson, of Wouseon, O., who claimed that while a boy he ran away to sea, serving as an apprentice under Capt. Summers on a vessel plying between New York and Liverpool. Before the late war, and whllo yot a lad, Henderson claimed that be was on board a privateer and slaving vessel oolled the Lark. He was afterward of the r Owensboro. M. HOUGH $10 00 Invested enn bamatloby our Systematic Plan of Spectilaiion arc Itcrc Again and the JCouisville Denial Qo. DAVIESS Will Commence a Specialty. FAI 114 Main St.. Owensboro. Ky. Is to the front witli an unihuullly nttractivo premium list. South America, a United States attacked tho Lark, The slaver was ordered headed for a rendezvous known to none but Henderson nnd tho captain. In their haste to escapo the warship they ran tho Laik upon a rock and she rapidly sank, scarcely giving the eight men. timo to escape. The captain told Henderson that ho had $72,000 in gold on tho ship, and that If he would help him secrete It from tho crew he would share it with him. All on board tho vessel escaped In boats, the captain and man-of-w- Tho Lark made many trips between Africa and the east seas and was always successful. The captain became rich, tjut no ono knew what became of his money. The Lark continued to make trips after slaves, nnd one day, while near the coast of rHEFAIR FOR 1895 T l Painless Denistry Our celebrated Crown nnd Bridge Work or Teeth without Plates applied without pain and guaranteed to gie perfect satisfaction. Best set of Tetth (no better made no matter how much you pay) . . $8 A Good Set Good Fillings Platinum Alloy $6 I Gold Crowns Porcelain Crowns $5 to $7 $3 to $4 Y Tho Fair Grounds at 0WEXSK0R0 are acknowledged to bo better arranged and are tho finest Fair Or hi hU in tho State. Tho Race Track is a model fir n huh mile track and has been kept in better condition this yonr than ut nny prevl xh timo. $t up $1 7Sc 25c SPEED RINGS. No enlrunco fee, no deduction. Tho nifwl rings aro open without charge to all comers. It your home don't v. In it don't cost you anything. The ehow in tho Amphithoatre will In' n t tho usual standard, which guarautcos world bent era and brings fine tin.! fnnoy Mock from everywhere. Hero aro n few premiums: Discouraging to $100 00 Saddle Stallion, Muro or Gelding "Do you find your religious work 80 00 Fine stallion to your liking?" a Montana minister wrThia Offloo Pormanantly Registered saddle stallion, muruorgpMiiii.' 70 00 was asked. Locatod. 80 00 Mare 4 yeais old and upwards "Well," returned tho divine, slowly, " I can't soy that I do. For 100 00 ,. Ilamessstallion, maro or gelding MOTICK, instance, last Sunday a newly 80 00 Stallion, gchoral uso I W1MT CTirr una Unltad member of the church who sits Itatas iDttrt i(d la and womin In the Whlskr Combined stallion, mure or gelding lbs Opiam and 100 00 asblU to bars on of in 7 books on Ibsis dls near the door said he'd fill mo full of 11. 80 00 &uei. Address willIf. Woollsj, Atlanta, Ua, Mare, genoial use holes If I didn't speak louder," bo isut joarree. sea 00 00 , Doublo team Harlem Life. Uoail llurbcr. 100 00 Harness gelding One of the best barbers in this end Good Old Granny Metcalf, 86 years 80 00 Saddlogeldlng old, living at 018 Monroe street, of the State is located in Hartford .' 100 00 Harness stallion Ky., bays that Dr. Dell's Pine and his name is E. L. Bulllngton. 80 00 Tar Honey is the best grip cure, Harness mare cough, lung and bronchial remedy Ilia shop is located just above the Saddle stallion 100 00 Commercial Hotel, and he always that has been offered to the people 80 00 during her life. Guaranteed by. Z, Iceeps everything in the very best of Saddloraaro 50 00 Wayne Griffin & Bro. shape around his shop, clean, new Rockaway nmro or gelding '. C000 Model ring , towels, nothing old or shoddy abou him. m, Ky., for entry blanks or premium to tho Hccrotary nl Cry i h Apply list. M h D. liaer & lira, aro Ic.mc. ! ml privileges, VUiy mil 1I11 o Hi mirr-p- ay jrourl T. W. GARTER, Sicrctnry. liliirrliilliiu. -con-vert- Preachar. Silver Extracting, pertojth Painless extrcting with Vitalized Air 50c PAINLESS EXTRCTING by the use of our Vitalized Air FREE when Artificial Teeth are ordered. Gold Filling in your Artificial Teeth same as your natural TeefflT ,.... '..,..., Children for Pitcher's Castorla. 0i Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. originated by us. All succeeslul speculators operate on n regular tyttoiu. It is a noli known fact that thcro uro thousands ot men in nil jmrls nf'tlio United States who, by sjstematio trading through Chicago broker?, mako undtr tMnnbfc condilions Ito not say II can not txdonc, nil ou send for free catalogue of large amounts orery year, ranging from a few thousand dollars! fur tho mun nho invests a hundred or Uso hundred dollars up to 850,000 to $100,000 or DRAUJUON'S PKACTICAI. moro by thoto who Invest a fow thousand. . " It is also a fact that those who make the largest profits from com par JfrJtcJSsmall investments on this plan nro persons who live- nwny from Chicago NiihImIIIo, Yemi. nnd invests through brokers who thoroughly understand nystomatic trading. ThU Collrgi is utrongly end jrned by K nUcrs Our plan does not risk tho wholo amount invested on any trado, but and inercliunls rOUKwknl DraiiKl un method of tPa.hlnjr bookkeeping la etiuul to covers both sides, so that whether tho market rises or falls it brings n itcmly TWELVU wnks by the old plan 8pei il ad tantigesiii Hhortliand I'eimian'-hlprofit that piles up enormously in u short time. nnd raphy lliraplmird Open lo both n xrslkg No WHITE FOR CONVINCING 1'ItOOFS, also our Manual on success-lu- l vacation finer now. Railroad pars I'all. speculation and our Daily Market Itcport, full of pointers W ''"' nUlUD 01UUI, booka on tsouKKVuiiwi. ALL Fit ICE. Our Manual explains margin trading fully. Highest MIOHTIIAKD ANnrRNUANSHII'r-peilallapt edto hoinr study " Write tor 'llomi Htmly" in regnrd to our standing and success. circulars at once For furlhcr information addross 52.0 mo I'llcs! Hilling I'llf.. THOMAS & CO., Bankers and Brokers. Svmitoms Moisture; intense itch, 241 42 Rialto Building, Chicago, 111. ing and stinging, most nt night;vorse by scratching. If allowed to continue tumors form, which often bleed and ulcerate, becoming very sore. Swanh's KAST HOUND diaiy daily Ointmbnt stops theitching and bleed- I.ODINVII.I.K.NT. I.OUIS ,Hi:X, II. II No. 52. No 54. ing, heals ulceration, nnd in most Henderson . . 7 so a m 2 55 p 111 I.v. WHST HOUND daily daily. cases removes the tumors. At drug. . . . 7 34 a m 3 lo p in llasketts No. 53. No. gists, or by mail, for so cents. Dr. I.v. U. Iouisvil!c 6 30 p 111 7 30 asi. Spottsvilie . . . 742 a m 3 16 p in m Swayne&'Son, Philadelphia. 8 50 n m 3 23 p tu Reads Ky. Street . . . 6 45 p m 7 45 a m Worthlngton . . 7 58 n 111 3 30 p in West Point . 7 35 p m a 25 a m Stnnley . . . . 8 06 n m 3 37 p 111 Howard . . . , 7 30 p in a 2a a 111 Griffith , , 809 a 111 3 41 p 111 Willowdale . . 7 39 P in 8 37 a in Mattingly . . . 9 17 n m 3 47 p in Rock Haven . 7 47 p 111 8 45 a 111 ONI5 OIVI.S RUUIl' Owensboro . . , 8 30 a 111 4 00 p 111 Long Ilrnnclt , 7 55 P "1853a m 8 40 a in 4 08 j) tu Pates 8 04 p 111 9 02 a m Brandenburg . . 8 55 n m 4 20 p in Powers . , 8 13 p 111 9 11 11 m Kkron Waltiunn 905 n m 4 2b p m 8 21 pin 9 19 am Guslon Iycwisport 4 30 p m 9 13 a Irviugton . . . S 30 p 111 9 30 a m Cnyce 9 19 n in 4 42 p in 8 38 p 111 9 39 111 Webster . . 9 23 n 111 I'nlcoii . . 1 m 8 45 p in 9 17 a 111 Lodiburg iCAVtMIO.mRULMAHKS. Pctrie 9 29 n 111 4 51 p m 8 55 p 111 y 56 a m 1'ietce n m Hauraville P ni CUPYKItiHTS. Simple. . . . 9 00 pm 10 00 a 111 Sklllmau . .. . . 9 J7 a 111 4 59 p 111 CAN I OBTAIN A 1'ATFNT f For a 5 09 94a Stepiienspott . 9 09 p m 10 09 n m lrr!n,Pt.aner and an honest opinion, write lo Shops 10 00 n m 5 21 p m M UN N V CO., nno hare had nosrlr 0117 m 10 14 n m . , Addison 9 14 experience In the patent busmyvs. Cloverpoit . . . 10 05 a 111524 p m A lllindboakoclti-(ornialloHolt 9 17 p m jo ao n tu comwrnlni I'nlrnls and bow to obHolt 10 10 n in 5 36 p 111 Cloverport . . 9 28 p in 10 33 n 111 tain them sent free. Also a catalogue of taeehan-leand sclentlllo books sent free Addison . . . . 10 23 n in 540 p m , . 9 31 p 111 10 37 a m Shops . I'atenis taken throuiiti klunn A Co. receive Stophensport , . 10 a8 0 in 5 45 p 111 special notice In tho Hrinnlillo Amrrirnn. and i 50 n 111 Skillniau . , . 9 43 P thus are bioueht widely betorothe public Sample . . . , 10 37 a m 5 52 p 111 cost to the mrenlor, lhls splendid paper, Ilnwesville . . 9 54 p 111 11 02 a 111 suedweeklr eleiiantlrniustrsted hasbrfailhe Pierce . . . . 10 41 a m ; 57 p ni I'etrle . . . . 10 02 p m 1 1 09 a 111 larsest rlrculailou of anr seleutido work In the I.odiburg . . . 10 49 a 111 0 oq p m """Or. !, year. Minnie copies sent Ilea Falcon . . . . 10 07 p in 11 15 n m llulldina Kdltlon. montblr. (liua year Hlnite Webster , , , . 10 57 a 111 6 14 p m Cayce . . . . 10 12 p in 11 19 a m tlful plates. In colors, and iiholouiaphs of new Irviugton . , . 1 1 05 a m 6 22 p in. muses, with plai Lewlspott . . 10 18 p 111 11 25 a m uuuaersioshowtbo ntracts Af1.1r.aa alest deslirnaan (iiistoii , . 1 14 a 111 6 40 p lib Waitmati . . to 25 p m 11 33 a m J1UNN CO, Niw Vouk, atil IIJOAUWAT. . . 11 22 m 6 48 p nil Kkron . . Powers . . . 1035 p m 11 43 a 111 a 'lo uur FrliiiilK, Pates. , . . 1048 pm 11 56 a m Uraiidcnhurg .. 111 31 a m 5 58 p nu 1 39 Long nrnuch We hope that all who are interested in 7 07 p in Owensboio . . 10 59 p m 12 06 p m Rock Haven . 114711111714111, in helping us to push the circulation Mattingly . . 11 09 p m 12 18 pm Willowdale . . 11 53 n 111 7 21 p ui Oriflith . . . II 14 m 12 23 p 111 of Till! RrtrunucAN up to what ft Howard 12 02 p in 7 30 p m should be, will do what they can in 11 18 p 111 12 27 pm Stanley Wost Pont . , 12 05 p in 7 35 p m the way of securing subscribers. Worthlngton . n 25 p m 12 35 p m Ky. Street . . 12 45 p in 8 15 p m Call attention to the amount of Reads . . . , 11 33 p m 12 42 p 111 1 00 p m 8 30 p n home news we publish every week, Spottsvillc . . 11 45 P I" 53 P m Ar. U. Louisville H. C. Mordui;, G. P. A., and write us short nud spicy news Itasketts , , . 11 53 p in 12 59 p m Louisville, Ky. items Irom your neighborhood. 12 ion in 115pm Ar Henderson POSITIONS OUflRflNTEED - r9 (GpSrac: - money-makin- g K I rilil , R f PANS .. -- .... .... ... .... ... ., 111 11 45 ji,' wuh-p- n fc) 1 i ,. 1 11 ... 1 ... I'