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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1895 hao1895100401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1895 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. f Cvtfy hom PInh Mixture' Chlldr.n'.M.illrlna A OWENS itiouM rinu mxiurtror hv . bulllt of The HaetdbjJ Iepubl OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, JWWrASllMAL i. - CARD. nuw? Teething Troubles NoopLt., No h.rmful drajf. JLl attorney J$l jjgaw, XMtwy, b. r. KIN80 8c rESlnfffo, ( KU) ? ' ft BOo. as.wnu (or Da Dorm.. riM. N by phviicltna nf over moth.ri. boll by ill dultrt. Will nraollco in nil courts of Ohio and Htljiiiiilng countie, riujicrtor Court nnd Court of Appeals. Collections and nil legal business attended to. Oflico 320 E. Mnrkct St. or -- P.w.rioYO&co. owin..9nQ, rr VOL. IN Iff LrrliKc VIII. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1895. ness of Man." A very important paper on "State Universities" Is con trlbuted to this number by Professor And among the story tellers Kly, arc Hopklnfon Smith hud Doytfen No more beautiful work 1ms ever ap pearcd in any niflgazinc Ihan the marvelous illustrations of Cabrlncty used as a frontispiece and accompanjing the prose poem by Mrs. Cardoz . Drake who is sild to be Kipling's favorite artist for his Jungle Stories Carter Beard, Oitcrllii'l, Denman.nud Cemble, arc niuo ig those who contribute n wealth of illustration to this number. The Cosmopolitan announces that is will begin the publication in January of The Agriculturist's Illiif trated Magazine, to be fully the equal of the Cosmopolitan, hut containing from sixteen to twenty piges by the ablest agricultural writers of the world, upon m'ljects of importance NO. 10. Latest U. S. Gov't Report R?9 ei.t . l.at).ttHk1hr. tr Umli Imwhlin Srirf Mk t hum tn4 I ftntt ihM Without w R - Ibt ) "wis &s. ff . tns Krttkr, pllbH hbR. N Hthlr4 ftitl VSntfti seiIMIikfttfirlifcli Ckrta Nnbraltnitlthtl, W'ltlnf ibi Ytl atnhlbwiitf, lbtehiHttMS fit brfl lf. W, P. UAIUIISON A CO Clrk ftbU,ftrrdt4 OreilutfrM . It, Calasibas, O. !. $1800.00 GIVEN AWAY TO INVENTORS. awiy to any one who plitl through us for the most meritorious patent during the moath preceding. given Vs $i 5oo every month secure tho best patcnta for our clients, and the object of this offer is to encourage Inventors to keentrsck of tbeirbright Idasi. At the urns Urns wa wuh to Impress upon the public tha fact thai IT 'S TUB SIA1PLG.TRIVIAL INVENTIONS THAT YIELD FORTUNES, luchas the 'srwndow'' which can be caulysIM up and down without breaking the passenger's back, "nut-loc- k ' "sauce pan," "colUr-buttoand a thousand other little things that moit aoy one can find a way of Improviag t end these simple inventions sre tht ones that bring largest returns to the author. Try to think of something to brent. Iff; Is- - the " Nations) Recorder, published at Washington, D. C.,whkh Is the best newspaper publlihed in Amrriea U the interests of Inventors, we furnUh a year's subscription to this journal, free of aost, to all our clients. We also ad re rtie free af cost, the Invention each month which wins our $ i$o prise, and hundreds of thousands of copies of, the "National Kecorder, containing a stttth of the winner, and a description of his invention, will be scattered throughout the United States among capitalists and manulecturets, thus bringing to their attention tha merits of the Invention. All communications regarded strictly confidential. Address IT IS NOT SO HARD AS IT SEEAIS. Talents taken out through ut receive special notice la NORTH DAKOTA. Is Favored with a Wll of Ice Water. It la very refreshing in hot wcathpr lo lmve nn nbundanco of clear, cold water. Many havo wells which havo theso clmrnctorlstlcs, but not all can boast of such n well as described by n Hartford lawyer in the Hartford Courant. He was stopping with a family in North Dakota, It was in July, and clear, cold water a luxury he did not frequently find was most acceptable. Tho water on tho tablo was so very sweet and so very cold that ho was led to remark on its excellence. "Yes, our well has always satis-fle- d us, and wo think wo havo a good thing when we can draw ico water in midsummer." "It certainly is as cold ns Ico water," said the visitor, not believing tho remark was meant exactly A Family That A LIVELY DAUBEIt HUNT. An Italian Anglor Supplies Sport for Sovoral F&hormon. Chanlnff Highest of all in Leavening Power. Kill, of Htatrn rtili a I'leco of Cork Over the Great Inland-T- wo Fine Were Attached to It When Caught. M k w Jill JOHN WEDDERBURN & CO., Solicitors ol American and foreign Patent, Dox 385. rr" K&rinct 618F Street, N.W., Washington, D. C. titter ftUfJr. Writftr CJitsapeata Ofih and Southwestern R. R. 1AIH3 BUST ITJVJS BCTWCCN AND LOUISVILLE I. CINCINNATI MEMPHIS. ALSO TROM AND TO AND EVANSV1LIE. Do not pnrchate a Ticket NORTH, EAST, SOUTH OR WEST Until you have coniullnl .u Agent of the O. O. & S. W. R. R. LlMITltU TRAINS, literally. "No, but it's actually Ico water; wo'H show it to you after dinner." And after dinner out thoywent and tho Now England man was asked to look down. It was a small, round, brick shaft, much like tho old welts seen hereabouts, and went down to nn extraordinary depth. But there wns a beautiful sight at the bottom. Ituus, sure enough, a natural Ico water tank. Pieces of clear ice floated In the water, and a close look showed a thick c6ntlng of ico all around tho sides for quito a distauca nbovo tho water. Tho molting wns surely slow enough down there, nnd tho prospect was good for plenty of ice water, at least till tho hot weather was over. Tho explanation was slmplo enough. When the bucket Is drawn a llttloof the water always spills or drips, and often strikes the sides of tho well ns It falls. In tho winter and Dakota winters nro cold this water at onco freezes, nnd soon tho entire longth of the shaft is lined with ice. This thickens with nn increasing rate, and it is frequently uecoesary to cut ltnwny with an ax to make room in which tho bucket can slldo up and down. In tho spring this begins to melt, and tho Ice falls to the bottom. Tho farther down, the slower Is tho process of molting. FRIDAY IN AMERICA. to the ngriculturirt, horticulturist, nnd stock growing interests . , ns LOCAL APPLICATIONS, they cannot reach the feat of the disease. Catnrth is a blood or constitutional disease, nnd in order to cure it you must take intitnal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern-nll- y, and nets directly en the blood and mucous surface. Hall's Catarth Cure is not n quack medicine It was prescribed by one of the best phytic! ans in this country for years, and is a regular prescription. It is composed ol the best tonics known, combined with the best blood purifier, acting directly ontheiuucoti3 surface. The perfect combination ol the two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHUNKY & CO , Trops . Toledo, O. 9 4t Sold by druggist, price 75c. - with Catarrh Cannot bo Curod .Itrpnrt .i ruixuAN nui'i'MT muhthrs, f : WODHRN ItQUH-MKN- T. B. LYNCH, JOnW HC1IOLS, GEN. PS8. AOT. CIH. Mo. Louiaviu., KT. I (CURES A 8URE NOTHING BUT PILES' BEST REMEDY for PILES.) TrnmltrUSIiUCttf OLD 11V ALT. UltUUOIATS. VXD CO.. known for and ID CERTAIN CURE your no tho S7.L37II. The Lexington Business College.; (INCORPORATED.) vrh &:sJ!!& IgHBEfiEi I 'pSsAi.r THE PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH, tOmntettti with fas .Waff J, A V CMJr,?.) Illchrat O dicta! rnitoraeiuenf, the (Jo fommonuealili, thu l'rraldeat trnnr o( tht Collet, and tb MrrrrturT and t ilia but of tba Hcarlty Trust and bafety Co. itlfiilnslti IHtilouia. suit HKConyiKNfiKn IiY Us arm? or RurcMsful whose aalarlca argrrg ata linndiTda ot IifAii4U or dollar ter annum. of ui:fr:itt;xrK. fkom whotba Uadlnr ara III Irltods and buslnasa man patrons, Mjatons of practical every depart uslnraa Inatrurllots uid In any munibienual4by Disnt. other plan. LATKMT AftO 11IUIIKMT AWAIIPa. "All ha Am l'rsmlunis, Uold and Uronia Medals and I Hnlomaa, mc.," at tba International MI1-Inter Kxnoaltlon, awarded iba n)Btiui of lloohIIcwnit used In this College Heart Precedent Makes It tho Luckiest Day In the Week. Friday should bo tho lucky day for all Americans, for upon that day Christopher Columbus sailed from the port of Patos on his voyngo of discovery. All his plans woro mado upon that day, and tho substantial details of tho. long voyage woro arranged on Friday. Ho saw the first indications of tho new laud on Friday, vhen birds visltod his ships, and oriTriaay", Oo(oTi'er"12; 1192, ho discovered land. On Friday ho planted tho cross on the soil of tho now world. On Friday, October 19, ho sent his official announcement of his return In tho month of April, Ho entered Barcelona In triumph on Friday. On Friday, November 10, ho found a cross planted by an unknown hand on a deserted island in tbo sen of Notro Dame. On Friday, November 20, he planted a cross In Puerto-Santo- , nnd on Friday, January 4, bo sot sail for Spalu. It was on Friday his fleet caught a phenomenal stock of flsh. On Friday, February 10, ho successfully passed through a foarul hurricane. On Friday, March 8, ho received nn Invitation from a former enemy, tho king of Portugal, to dlno with him. On Friday, March 10, ho entered Palos llko a conqueror. Four-teo- n successive Fridays of such distinguishing note should mako tho day a lucky one. A Of South Beaver Dam sshool district No, no for the month ending Sep tembcr 30: Lillie Austin 100, Oitm Smith 100, Ollie Taylor 99, Maud Austin 99, Minnie Maddox 99, Mertie Maddox 99, Ora Maddox 99. Lula Wells 99, Blantdn oleman 99,Nellie Snodgrass 98, Nora Snodgrass 9S, Otis Maddox 98, Maud Maddox 98, Harry Tehinus 98, Albert Tbeinus 98, Nora fheinus Hattie Miles 97, Nonie StC7ens97. George Austin 96, Morbra Austin 96, Claud Anstin 96, Jessie Maddox 96, lilbert Oglesby 96, Nannie Austin 95, Fannie Austin 85, Calvin Hockcr 94, Fred Hocker 93, Katie Hnriuan 93, Ida Harman 92, Tassy Oglcsby 89, This grade is"bnsedon therecitntion regardless of the gnde in which they BgssiK Maddox, are classed. Teacher, f Excursion t.ckets will be sold via the C, O. & S. W. R. R. Oct 9th, loth, ittli and iath good returning uatil Oct 13th. An attractive programme has been prepared and all arc assured ol a good time who atT. II Lynch. tend. 8 3t G. P. A. Whenever the little children, the ladies or the big men want something to regulate their liver orcurc constipation and biliousness, Dr. Bell's Tiny Tonic Tablets is what they must have. They cure and you never feel it Purely vegetable. 25c a vial Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. Col. Bradley is making a splendid canvass in Kentucky, and large crowds greet him everywhere with the kind of enthusiasm that is an unmistakable assurance of Republican victory. When 'the children drink bad water and eat too much green fruit, or have the stomachache or dinrrhcei from any cause, you needn't be alarmed about them. If you will get a 25c or 50c bottle of Dr. Bell's AntUFlux they will be at play in half hour after the first dose. Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. One combined saddle, harness nnd farm horse; 6 years old. For further particulars call on or address This Rbi'UBMCAN, Hartford, Ky. tf Fort Few peoplo know what a dauber hunt is, and yet it.is nn exciting chase, although the, hunters seldom start out with tho intention of hunting. For tlic instruction of all who arc wrotchodly Ignorant of tho scienco of angling It may bo well to stato frankly that a dauber is tho mysterious namo wnlch Now York fishermen givo to a float, that painted piece of cork whlh they watch so patiently. It is suid that tho word comes from tho languago of tho natives of New Jersey, and probably that accounts for its bewildering etymology. Tho strangest thing about a dauber is the fact that its charm consists not so much in its graceful appearance as in its sudden disappearance, It Is perfectly delightful when it goes out of sight. But n dauber hunt can perhaps be best described by a slmplo report of an incident that occurred tho other day in the Great! Kills of Stotcn Island. An Italianhired a boat and rowed out to the mouth of tho kills, where he anchored and began to fish. With high hopes beaming in his eyes he steadily watched his dauber. It floated ground lazily for somo time, and thed stood still suspiciously, as if hesitating beforo taking a plunge. In another second It was gone. The angler struck his game, and discovered immediately that he had a hard strugglo on hand. Ho had hooked two large wcakfish; but ho placed two , much confidence in his line, and stubbornly refused to givo the gamo an Inch. The lino parted just above the float. Away went the dauber fit a lively rate, acting somewhat llko, tho duck which the Islanders call a boll diver. Tho Italian pulled up his anchor, grabbed his oars and started after it. Big Joe Gillls, the proprietor of the Excelsior hotel was near by in another boat. lie, too, broko out his anchor and joined in the chase. Capt. Winco Decker, n boatman of tho kills',' also started after tho runaway'. Threo or four mora boats sot out after tho game, and soon tho dauber hunt was In full .,, blast. A noisier crowd H would bo difficult to find, at least on tho wator. Tho wiles of that dauber wcro wonderful. It would sometimes remain quietly on tho surface, nnd then, when somo huntor would havo his hand almost upon it, It would suddenly disappear and pop up again probably 'hfty'or' fixtyfeet'lSVray Decker made several good attempts to catch it, but failed. At 0110 tlmo it enmo up almost alongside of Joo Gillls' boat. The big fellow mado o savago grab for it, and came near going headforemost out of the boat, Tho roar of laughter which followed his exploit brought all tho old skippers out of tho cabins of their oyster sloops, and they soon became interested spectators of the sport. At last Decker played a mean trick upon the dauber. He let his boat drift down toward it and he grabbed it and brought in the two fine flsh. Cheers and lnughter wuro In order, and Decker presented the flsh to tho man with tho first mortgage on. them, tho delighted Itnlian. N. Y. well-know- n a&sgssa W BE&&OTEE tPSJBE mmg vmmr c ' OWENSBORO, KY. jVlll prnctlco his profetelon in Davfecs and adjoining counties. Special atUfh'ce, tention given (0 collections. Bank ol Commerce Building. , LAWYER, GLENN & WEDDING, IIAUTFORD, KY. n' w ty. Jnn.H. Jlrmi, J.N. II. W'Mlrtln, !!S "Thank you very Kindly, sir. I nlways wind that watch in installments, nnd I think the little, start you havo given it will do very nicely LAWYERS, B.utr.) Will practico their profession in al the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Bpcciai attention given collections. Also Notary Public for Ohio county. (Offlc, ore r AnJcr-o- ' up and try again, and keep on trying That, In itself, wilt give us Miength. Aid ns tha yeai3 go on nnd jouth to the past, it will always, because of this trying, be eisler to do that which is right and merit that , until I get home." A mnlo passenger jeered nt the pt i"e which passetll all undestand-in.- " conductor and several ladlos giggled behind handkerchiefs. To fully Ruth Asiimorr in October expose their joke, the dignified old his L idles' Home Journal, man slipped oil the rubber cot nnd Ever person, big, little, old or' exposed as healthy a thumb as over y ung, black or white, rich or poor, turned tho stem of a watch. Ho is 10 has ever used Dr. Bell's Pine ono of the most Inveterate practical 'f r Honey pronounces it the best jokers In tho city. Tho next timo nnd lung icmedy on earth thnt conductor winds a watcli for a it' tiue, too, to we guarantee. passenger tho company will know itl Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. Chicago Post. Ho Took tho Case. flTTMIY jJT jAW square. M. L. HAItTFOIlD, KT. Will practico his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Anneals. Special attention given'f collections. Office east sido of puriif'. perhaps It was Post ulster Wiliott told a good story oiout Campbell Carrlngton tho other day. Carrlngton, it seems, hud a client who was almost absolutely suro of going to the penitentiary. The facts were dead against him. But the lawyer talked with blm nwhllo, impressed with tho narrowness of his chances for acquittal, and finally asked him this question: "Would you rather plead guilty and tako tho sentenco tho court will impose, or would you prefer to go upnn tho stand and givo your own version to tho jury?" "Nyther," said the man, coolly. Carrlngton looked- at tho accused "My friend, with astonishment. suid he, "any man who can stand here and say 'nyther' when tho shadow of tho penitentiary is upon him gets my services for nothing. You will bo acquitted yet." Tho result proved the prediction. Carrlngton went in, fought tho enso, and tho man was acquitted. Washington Post. J It Struck tho Spot. .Somebody - AMERICA'S Friday Has Boon Signalized by Many Great Events. Friday should bo tho lucky day for all Americans, for upon that day Christopher Columbus sailed from the port of Pulos on his voyage of discovery. All his plans woro made upon that day, and the substantial details of the long voyage wero arranged on Friday. He saw tho first indications of the new land on Friday, when birds visited his ship, and on Friday, October 12, 1492, he land. On Friday ho planted tho cross on tho soil of tho On Friday, October 19, ho sent his official announcement of his roturn in tho month of April. Ho entered Barcelona in triumph on Friday. On Friday, November. ,16, he found a cross planted by an unknown hand on u deserted island in tho sea of Notre Dame. On Friday, November 20, ho planted a cross in Puerto-Santo- , and on Friday, January 4, ho set sail for Spain. It was on Friday his fleet caught a, phcuomcunl stock of fish. OnFrl-- j day, February 10, ho successfully LUCKY DAY. new-world. Hkavrin. HEAVRIH S11111.BY Tayior. & TAYLOR, Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Will practice thier profession in all the Courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties, nnd in tho Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office, 'next door to Bank ot Hartford. .,; Perry Westerfield, Attorney at Law. Beaver Dasi, Ky. It. R. WEDDING ' Attorney at Law,.. Hartford, Ky. ,r,'i'i all-th- Will practico his profession in ' courts ot Ohio nnd ndjoinlng counties. Also Notary Public. ' Office, room 20, Hartford House. o A youth of fortune and famo known sent Dumas the manuscript of a new play, asking the great dramatist tojbeuQmo his collabora-teuDumn3 was for a nioment petrified, then he seized his pen, and renlicd: "How daro you, sir. pro poso to yoko together a horse and an ass?" Tho author, by return post, wrote: "How daro you, sir, call mo a horso?" Dumas, by next-mall"Send mo your play, my ' friend.". "p a '"' ' - It III Yo I'lfr'ri mH Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for your troubles? IT not, get n bottle now and get relief. The medicine has been found to be peculiarly adapted to the relief nnd cure of nil Female Complaints, exerting a wonderful direct influence in giving strength qnd tone to the organs. If you have Loss of Appetite, Constipation, Headache, Fainting Spells, or nre Nervous, Sleepless, Excitable, Melancholy or troubled with Dizzy Sprlls, Elertric Bitters is the medicine you need. H?ulth and Strength are guaranteed by its use. Only fifty cents nt Williams & Bell's Drug store. unr. ' mm ' 11 11' : passed through a fearful hurricane. On Friday, March 8, ho received nn invitation from a former enemy, the AT king of Portugal, to dine with him. On Friday, March 10, ho entered Hartford, Ky. . .)' Palos llko ,a conqueror. Fourteen successive Fridays of such distin WILL practico his profeeeion in all courts of Ohio and adjoining sulsi,lhK not0 should mnrk the day ... counties and Court of Appeals. Speci,.j UUU... UU31UU nJUUblU. U lUUKJT ial attention given to collections, Offico next door below Commen Waking Up a Stupid Party. cial Hotel. Once upon aHimo the Clever Qlrl andYfounr. Apropos fount Xhem- B. ROGERS," soivos at "a 'very fuupiu eveuing Tiartv. t After several minutes of , .j W. H. BilRItfES flTWIT Li n.. j- retiomUaUlcvQt;Ulrl,graw-jMS;- a, Attorney afrhlkftl Jo. Sun. Children Cry for Pitcher's Caetorla. stual, mkift i accountant. rand Oil KMT AWAItlk OF UOltI,I'.H CO MJJIIIIAN EXlMNlTION to American bj and lain nt Hhortband," taught In this Iba II Endorsement In lli World t tba bead 01 onr Hbortband Ueparlment lan ax court reporter), from tha autbora of tbu i)lcm, TKLKOICAI'llV. Nuirlnleni1enl oTour timtlwmy nul Trlea;rplt Njatem bat a record of I yearn' practical experience, from Nlgbt f)perator to Chief Train Dispatcher, with tho Lines In America. KnUorard by Operftlort, Train Dispatchers, Huperlntaudenta, and a lea'tlh railway and telegraph companies. Ihei M'urld owning and Th lliilr Srhool In Hallway wystem for tba uparailng a cumpleta phrpoae of fltllng lis gradualaa to go direct to good noHlllonsas practical operators no'lNIUVIIWAl, 1NMT1IUCTION In all departments. No 1'luas Work. ft'llKr! with any ouursa, I'enmanthln, Dullness Correspondence, Commercial Law, Commercial Arllhtnetlo and Hpelllng. l'OSITIONW.- - 'MHir (Juarnuteo 1'lan, aenlfre4. Write for It will eave iiomi MTL'UY,8TS.000.uu you money. Write that for Inntructlons. or money re Collegn Is as represented,Juriitri ULTILIllMl, TiVAY unded. ft:i.i:iANT owned, erected and furulsbed by us, to meet the Instrucraulremtnts of our practical aystem of IVeifer. tion. Fumsw Haul. Kleclrle Light. y Tentllatlon, Tba largest and most equipped llualnea Co II ago Uulldlnsr it thaRiiili, UKWAItiC-Hon- ia colleges, wbonereinoniiblllty rests upon their word only, will tell you that they Kill glT you the "same," or a "mora thorough course,'1 In " leas lime," or for " lesa money," etc., than It takes to complete ouursa with us llawarat of such claims. Uey r fitlae. Illustrated Catalogue free. AJdraai. C. C CALHOUN. l'rlnclpaL Leilnatou.Kj't 11 1 in rear of lluliir4 Department, wipcrt practical fiperienreabonk'keani Cannjoharie, D. W. Fuller, ol N. Y , says that he always keeps Dr. King's New Discovery in the house nnd his family has always found the very best results follow Its use; that he would not be without it, if procurable. G. A. Dykeuian Druggist, Catsklll, N. Y , says that Dr. King's New Discovery is undoubtedly the best Coujrh re nsdy; tint he Im cmd it in his family for eight years, and it has never failed to do all tint is claimed for it. Why not try n remedy so long tried and tested. Tiial bottle free at Williams & Bell's Drug Store. Regular size 50c and .00. llmiarholil Trrnmir)'. Salk: a Mlow lo I'liro nil MUlu ItlarttafM, Sliupty apply "Swnync's No Internal medicine requirCures tetter, eczema, itch, all ed. eruptions on the face, nose, &c., leaving the skin clenr, white ami healthy. healing and curative powers IU arc possessed by no other remedy. Ask' your druggist lor Swvynr's Ointmknt. 34 iyr. Olnt-ment." fjt : Hlrnyrd. One brown marc. about 16 hands higli. about io years old. She left' home Tuesday night, Any inforraa tlojr; leading to her recoveiy will be thankfully receive 1 by Mrs, Mattie McGee, Rosiue, Ky, f Toachora Mooting. Rudyard Kipling makes hlslas-- t apThe following is the program for pearance as a teller of Jungle Stories the Kockport Teachers Association, in The Cosmopolitan for October, which will meet in district No. 18, "Mowgll Ieaves the Jungle Forever," Saturday October 5, at 9 n. m.: and the curtain is drawn over one ol Song In that Beautilul Land, S. the most charming conceits in literaMaddox, leader. All members are ture. In die same numer in which L. requesters to memorize this song. Mowgll makes his final ad leu x, apPSYCHOLOGY. pears for the first time belore an Introduction J, L. Brown, audience, the American Chapter III; A. M. Smith, Sophia Richard I.e Oatliennc in a plea for re-- , Davidson and Myrtle R nve. ligion under the title ol "The Great- Chapter IV; Wallace Rosson, P, II. Ross, C. Iglchart nnd Alice Long HEALTHY CHILDREN Chapter V; W. A. Cnsebier, Dania come from hoalthy mothers, and mother, will certainly be Carter and W. K, Smith. healthy it they'll tako Debate: Resolved that HabU is a V3l,lir jflM I ur. riercoi ravonia greater evil than Crime: Affirmative. sA rnwcrlptlon, Noth sSJyj ing con equal it in M. P Kinbley, T. H. Brown, O. T. building up a wo W. IJ. Motton, man'! itreiifrth, in Tinsley. Negative: regulatlnK anil agistII II. Davis, A. II. Ross ing all her natural function., anil In cut Recitntion Maimee Held. Comic ting In perfect onlcr declamation Oscar Bishop. Paper every part of the f tYstom. Dania Carter nnd Myrtle Rowe; " U Indeed tha "Favorita rreurlntlon "Uothen' Friend" for It aatliU natura, Nannie King, Onu Williams nnd thereby ihortenlng " labor." Maggie Ashby contributors. Tan$, Cottle County, Ttzat. Tin. n.V, Piihcmi Dear Sir I look your All members ol said Association "Knvorlto rrcacrliition" preyloui to coalluo-rarand never did o well In my life. It It are requested to be present and all only two woek. .inoo my confinement and I am aula to do my work, 1 feel ttronrer who are interested In the caus: ol ed than I ever did la tux week! before. ucation are invited. Z. H SlIUtTZ WcsIca, SqriitA Davidson, Com now-fame- d . I.llcrnry Jim; wUmZJZ nt &4y6&4 dania CAItTim I. ) Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve is new and original in style ol package jf ANTD SALESMEN nnd medicinal qualities. It is not onWe want ono or two GOOD ly a cure for nil kinds of sore eyes but MEN in each county to take oiders is guaranteed to give satisfaction as an ointment lor old sores, piles, etc, for n CHOICE lino of NURSERY STOCK or SEED POTATOES. Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. Wo Ktock and Seed guaranteed. givo you Btoady employment with Job GOOD pay. It will cost you nothing The business pijblic is requested Stato when writto call at the office oi TiikRepublican to give it a trial. ing which you prefer to sell. and see samples ol its work in the job No. 9 O.mo Address, printing line. We are prepared to THE HAWKS NURSERY CO., execute all orders for job work 011 Rochester, N. Y. short notice and at reasonable prices HE WOUND THE WATCH. Our material is new nnd of the latest designs and our workmen the very A Good doku Played on a Streot-Ca- r bestOur work will be up t,o date In Conductor. every particular, You orders are so"Say, friend, can I trouble you to wind my watch for mo? I mashed cittd. mid. it my thumb in a folding-beWhen your child is eating nn nps bothers mo badly," said a sedafo old lie or n piece of bread put one of Dr gentleman to tho conductor of a Bell's Tiny Tonic Tablets in it and if northbound limits car tho other day, there is any constipation" here it wjll as tho grip ducked down into tho pass offjust as easy. A" dealers sell tunnel. them at 250 a vial. Z. Wayne Griffin Tho neat rubber cot on the gcntlo-man'- s &Bro. thumb confirmed his story and his benign dignity did not seem If you want good reading, almost to admit of a refusal, Consequently free.take This Republican and tho conductor took tho silver See advertisement in this grasped tho stem and began to wind with cheerful alacrity. By issue. tho tlmo tho train had reach tho dividing wall In tho tunnel tho A Commonplaco Llfo. expression vanThe trouble is with you, my dear girl, that you count little things ished from the face of tho conductor. "Guess this must bo n Water-bury?- " as of no worth. Where we have one ho grumbled. great renunciation to make we have a "Watorbury? Woll, I gcess notl" thousand little ones, and life, which was tho short and dignified response. you are inclined to call commonplace, Tho passengers had gradually is not so, for every day can be made interested in tho proceeding, rich in beautilul deeds. God, who is until overy ono in the car was just, is metciful, and when tempta watching tho performance. Tho tion comes to you, even if you Jail. conductor evidently mado up his He remembers that you tried to do mind that he was In for a job and what was right, and so is ten ler In . determined to mako tho best of It. so His thought of you. There is'not one no continued to wiua. xno train pulled up Into daylight and hp had ol us who achieves, even for one day, not taken a single faro. Things werc we long to. But, my dear, we getting desperate, but ho had what can always try for it. We can be of quitting until tho watch ready for the trouble that is before us wns wound to standstill. Tho pasnnd equip ourselves by prayer and sengers wero beginning to laugh, good thoughts so tht we can meet It and this mudo him still more deterbravely, and, possibly, overcome It. mined. The train whipped around the Of course, that is what we wish to do, Then, and yet is we are not strong enough, cornertoward Clark street. tbo old gentleman smiled knowingly if we fall by the wnystde, we must gc as l said - porate. "1 tell you what let s tto, she said; "you take ono stdo of tho room and I'll tako tho other, and wo'll each seo how many persons we can engage In conversation upon a certain topic without in nny way appearing to drag in tho topic." "All right," said Young Apropos; "but what shall tho topic bo?" "Cockroaches," said tlie Clever Girl. Straightway they separated, and, she going on ono side of the room and ho on tho other, they talked to as many persons as possible on cockroaches. Just before timo they mot, and both ngreed that never hnd they had a more delightful evening. As tho Clover Girl was driving home with mother, Iho latter remarked: "Oh, by the way, Clara, do you happen to know if wo are troubled with ah vermin or or anything of ah cockroaches that sort?" "No, mamma, wiry do you ask?" Innocently Inquired tho Clevor Girl. "Oh, nothing," her mother; "only jt was very strange so many peoplo came to mo this ovenlng with recipes for getting rid of ah cockroaches, and I couldn't understand why it was." Eveninc Sun. leavo-tnklng Will practico his profession in the courts of Ohio nnd adjoining countiet Careful attention given to all business entrusted to him. Office in Repub- Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in all th courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Careful attention will be given to al business entrusted to his care. Collections a specialty. Offico with tbo county Attorney. Also Notary Public lican Building. owe. BjA.KnsrErra?, a. DE3. 3rP. nNTELflLai., (Connty Attorney) Attorney at JC&w, lections. HARTFORD, KY. Will practico bis profession in the Court8ol Ohio and adjoining cbnu-ticSpecial attention given to cols. Offico in Courthouse. Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KYV also Notary Public lor Ohio County. Office North eido of public spure. given SPECIAL attentionabstracts, to Ac,, making JNO. B. WILSON, Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. Remember Tiip, RrirunucAN Office lias the finest grade cards, teachers, and give us your orders. Tho New Man. - d Globe-Democr- chron-omoto- r, Aloxandor Mollvaine, of Now York, who has been doing tho cooking aud wnshlng for tho family, while his wife managed a'statlonory store, rebelled tho other day and refused to bo tho cook nnd washerwoman any ns ho avers, longer, whereupon, Mrs. Mcllvalno stood over him with n horsowhlp, and compelled him to do tho work. Notsatisflcd with this hIio hnd him arrested for loafing and ho was sent to prison for a month. The early samples of the "now man" do not show up well. Chicago Tribune. DENTIST HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Is prepared to do any and all kinds of Dental Operations, Prices most reasonable. Office over Williams & Bell's Drug Stpre. Vitalized air or laughing air administered for painless extraction of teeth. ' J Now York World. edition of the The Twice. I could get relief from a most hor New York World has .been converted rible blood dis into the Tlirice-a-weeJt furnishes ease I had spent hundreds of dollars 3 papers ol 6 pages apiece.or eighteen trying various remedies and physi- pages tyery week, at the old price of cians, none of which did mc any a year. This gives 156 good. My finger nails came off and OneDoJlar for One Dollarand every mv hair came out, leaving me papir a j ear piper has 6 pages eight columns terfectlv bald. I then went to vi(!c or 48 columns in all. The , iimcon in tram an I A iRt Thtlce-- weekWorldlsnot only much weekly or larger than nny newspaper, but it furnishes the Hoping to be cured by this celebrated treatment, but very soon oecame disgusted news with much greater freqency and and decided to try S.S.S. The effect was promptness. In fact it combines all truly wonderful. I commenced to recover the crihp, fresh qualities of a dally at once, and after I had taken twelve bot with the attractive special features of tles I was entirely cured cured by S.S.S, a weekly. ,wnen me We have made arrangements to Hat send the 'rhticea.week Vfnrld and Springs had failed, Tint RhfubmcAn for only 'li.o'per f1i.. 7 f ..... h vn. O.UJUUI9, ir. j ear. Subscribe at once, Yonrs, KhrewDort. .II.J Imu .if THE REPUBLICAN. Out Book M UM INu.m an l lu Titanp . SW PT,8l'BCinC CO . AtUou, Gi. Mint. BEFORE k. HUI bHsBNIid n semi-weekl- y worm-renown- La.SaBFiBF . ccc W. At There Is bo more inviting profits. advited him to answer tho question innd,"nml her brother, Dr. J. field in the world than London lor the propounded, and It Is understood Hint kins, appointed n committee to tnha chnrgo of hor estate of 130 acres In he did this. It Is said Hint three wit The Louisville Conference of the utnn Witii some new kind of a boom Wood tiesses wero before the grand Jury to Fnyetto county nnd rfO acres In rUBLIBHED EVEnY F1UDAY MOIININQ and n plausible Ivny of presenting lis M. E. Church, 8outh, which convenproro that Judge l'lnlcy hnd said he ford county Selected Especially had the chech. ...1'roprlf lor. ed at Madisonvillo last wcek.adjoura-c- nlleged advantages. The capitalists Items or Moonililna Mtlll liipttirtil. NASI A. ANnr.HHWN Means danger. It Is a scrloui Alitor. Mt. Rtdhmno, Ky.,Oet. 2. A famous JO. n. IMHIKIW condition and will lead to dlsas-trofor Kentucky Readers. Wednesday of this week alter a of that city, as well as the smaller Ha tint Tncnt X results If It Is not ovor-coOut. I. Dan moonshine still run by Tom lllalr, who Ky., lliiAMiKNiiuiio, seekers of fortune, arc always ready Mt. Sterling on New por yoar. very interesting session, Subaorlptlon, $1.25 at once It is a sitro sign Ostraudcr, the Negro who attempted wns lynched nt to listen to fairy stories that arc told, morning, has lioen captured In nrphnn girl in Yenr's to assnull the thnt tho blood Is impoverished Friday, Octobur 4, 1895. Mil. 11. D. KiNtio has accepted tho and to buy shares hi enterprises that Rend nnd Know What Him Hnp the mountains nftcr fho jcurs nf eflllg tlend, Meads comity, K)., uu tho and Impure. Tho bct remedy Is ponort Iu Your Own Htnto Democratic nomination for tho Legt are skillfully advertised. Just now lSth Inst, was, lifter n linnl chnse, fort, by revenue ofllclnls, nnd has been brought to tho collector' olllco In Lexboys, nnd wo reSrAND to your colore. caught nt Clovcrport, Ky., nml Blnoo Our Lout Ibbiio. Ho comes out in a well they are falling over one another, as islaturc. turned by tho ofllecr. to this place. ington. win. written letter of acceptance, in which tbe saying Is, in their anxiety to Viinni lllrl llnrnrit to Death. Ills trial win culled nt llraudcnhurg purchase African mining stocks. LiixiNOTo.v, Ky., Out 5. Mlssllcrtle, ! before a Jury. Un confessed nod whs A WILD I3EAST. Reitjbijoan victory Is assured if bo purports to give reasons why he There appears to be a regular craze daughter of Jonathan tho sentenced to 20 ycais In thu peniteIn view of almost should bo elected. In lliw KiMillirrit l'irtof Itnimn llrny, n prominent Itnrren county The only Republicans do tbclr duty. ntial. Vhichmakcs rich, healUiy blood, thcro can bo no doubt among them for the opportunity to Comity lrrirlrrtl. certain defeat, farmer, wns burned to death Miiosuay A Hamper nn I'heIIUmi. the MiniitiiKAli, Ky and thus gives strength and elascatching fire Let every Republican bo at his that Mr. Riogo Is brave even to tbo particulate in from reported fabulous citement prevails , Supt. Ilit. -- Great exFnANHrimr, Ky.,Oct 1. Uov. Itiown morning by her clothes tic Mjuthoru In ticity to tho muscles, vigor to gains derived tbe gold mines of from nn open grato. She lingered conpost from now until tbo polls closo border of rnshncrs. ha determined that tho Mnrphy-tlrlf-Uhours. tho brain and health and vlUlity the Dark Continent. The papers part of this county and northern prlte tight shall not occur In Louis- scious tevcrnl on Novcmbor 5th. part of Morgan roiinty over tlio to overy part of tho body. Mclrxcktii ItvgUtrntliin. contain columns ot quotations of the appenrnnce of a wild beast In that ville. Ho hn-- t addressed n p rod n muCONVICTIONS OR NOT. Hood's Sarsnparlllft positively PAni'citi, Ky., Oct 2. Tho summallein to the innynr, chief of police nnd territory. Mr. I'uwutl Wright, of In tho Russellvillo Scnatonat dis Tbo Bibk 11 adtr makes the fol- stocks of the numerous companies, judges of the courts, pointing out tho ries of Wednesday's registration arc: and the nggregnte daily sales ot such nenr Paragon, was In town 1'rlilHy trict Judgo Pctrio, of Todd county, lowing pointed remarks: law ngaln.t prUd lighting nnd ordering Itopubllcan, !,072dcmocrats, l,oll;pop-ullktnml anjra thnt ultout o o'cluclc S3; piohlbitioutsts, IS; was nominated and while tho district this barbed wire ago it is queer paper far exceed the transactions iu Tuesday evening she Marled fur n strip them to prevent the mill, lie further "In j A. I. A., 149; Independents. stnto ha will of woo1 nenr her house for n row, stales thnt necessary, call out thu tho 14. Votnl, 3 332. likely to how many people manago to keep on nny other kind of securities. he is is slightly Democratic to prevent militia, is surprising to read that shares when tho strung, nnlmal raino out of contest If It tho fenco,' win. 1'rCAf lirr rntnrrl. a Held mid enin mines about which there can not tbe (trip and urossrd about 3ou yards Tho Southern School commenting "My sister was troubled with Mt. Vkiimix, K'y., Oct 2. The jury, Neck llrnken bv a Fall. tered n dense woods possibly be any really reliable inforsaloon is open every day in thereon rays: nervousnen and tired feeling. The Siiaiu'iiiiUiio, Ky., Oct 2. While after forty hours' deliberations, gave from where It first made its appear8ho tried several remedies with"Cap" Hvnns was hanging tobacco In a Iter. W. O. t'npps two jenrs In tho penthe week and half tho night. The "Yes, nnd they not only keep on mation have been sold at an advance ance. out relief until she began taking Mr. Wright sat she nni not more bnrnou I. W. Ilerry'a farm, near town, itentiary for sliootlng his wlfo five is open only once or twice a the fence, but they manage to touch of 10, 15 and even 20 per cent in a church Hood's Sarsaparilla. My young-c-at thiui IOO ynrds from thu nulmnl, and tho i nil on which he was standing times thrco months ngo. Sha had apweek and sometimes only once a the ground on both sides with their few weeks; and one case is mentioned sister Is taking Hood's for a had un excellent opportunity of seeing , turned with him, throwing hint vlo-I- t. plied for divorce on account of cruel Some people nro born with where the shares ot a group of eight feet. troublo with tho muscles of Iter which she describes ns bclne lcntly to the ground. He fell but thlr- - treatment month. convictions, somo achievo convictions, companies increased by an nveragc of larger thiui l.lopcra 3larrlril limbs with benefit." MiijM.lt. dog she has teen feet, but struck on his head, and any 2. J. T. Minnr.Ksiiottn. Ky., Oct. color, died In a few minutes, his neck being seon, of ft tawny Scott, Covo, Arkansas. Gen. Hardin is still following and not a few have convictions thrust more than no per cent in three ever and very bushy about thn head and broken. Lians was about IS years HnskiiiA and Miss Corn Ilrown eloped upon them; but the majority manago Col. Bradley over the Stato and per- to get ntang without any. They mont'is. The principle figure in this shoulders. Mrs. Wright Is a very In- old, and his home was in Ulliott from l'lncrillo to this place nnd were mairicd by Judgo Joo llosworth. The sists iu perpetrating tho sanio silly seem to think (hero is a law against feverish speculation is a man named telligent lady of about Si.rnrs, nnd county. fcrlda is n sister of II. Ilrown, Hoskiiis' .Imtca fhtlpt He'lcne. and negro domination speech upon tho carrying concealed deadly convic- Barnats, who is said to have visited cays she knows It was n linn. The calf of a next morning a I.kxinoton, Ky., Sept 3a Judge most prominent rival In business. tions." the African colonies as a clown in a neighbor ot the Wrights una missing people. enae. CliMiiRtfor John A 1'hrlps, democrntta nominee circus, and there gained control ot and a searrh revealed a portion n( Its for tho legislature from Fuyctte counMt. Olivet, Ky., Oct 2 -- Tho damTHAT HARMONY AD. The Kentucky Press Association, remains near where Mrs. Wright saw ty, has tendered his resignation as a age suit of Miss Lizzie Williams some very valuable properties, In DRESS. ngnlnst Dr. William Howe, has been member of the state board of cqualira-Howhich met at Hopkinsville on the which he is now permitted the Eng- the beast the evening before. Hood's Pills which hns been nccvptcd by Hot. transferred from Nicholas county to An exchange sums up tho sense lish people to become Interested on had a most delightful ses23rd, ult., PRISONERS ESCAPE. Hioimi. Tho republicans nro talking this county on a change of venue. and meaning of tbo Harmony Address, terms very advantageous to himself, The Kitrick Down Tho trip to tho Atlanta sion. the l)tiutjr Jailer and ot selecting Leslie Combs to make the a 3liiri1r. Whisk) Cau treat for raco against Judge I'hclps. the issued by the Democrtntic Committee however It may turn out for their. was a great success and I.kxinoton, Ky .Oct: Jnck Downs, MoitKjiRAD, Ky., Sept. 30. A whole-tal- e weeks ago nnd wo clip the fol- There Is good reason to believe that a Lesllo county fatnier, was shot and press boys now havo visions of Ni somo Fscspn nf n "lriltlf" toavlrl. jail delivery took place nt West Governor, -- f U Instantly killed by Mm Martin. They Ky., FiiAMironT, Oct ngara or Yellow Stono Park for next lowing from its caustic arraignment: gold exsists in Africa to a consider -- Liberty, Morgan county, Kumlaj evendisagreed over the payment for a half COL. WM. O. HKADLEY. man from Lexharmony, aud wo mean ble extent; tbe actual output is inev- - ing at 0 o'clock. Thoc who escaped 'Ihoiupsou, a four-ye"Wo want year's outing. pint of moonshine whisky. ot Garrard county Freeman, who mur- ington, has escaped from the penitenby 'harmony that it don' make any dence to substantiate this view, at d wero tlonry Tjpliolil Fever lililnitc. Itoyd dered August; tiary. Ills absence wni noted at roll Arnett, in Republicans difference what we believe about to give assurance of futher products. At'ot'STA, Ky.,Oct. 5. Typhoid fover , The Madison county Lieutenant Governor, call. Thompson hns been n "trusty." Johnson Williams, charged with asprinciples;it don't make any difference But it by no means follows tbat the saulting his . T. Burn-baniece; Daniel acting as clerk In the chair depart- In epidemic form Is prevailing in this WM. .I.WOKTHIIJGTON, have nominated Hon. , if the Democrats have kept KenMany deaths have occurred. Day, housebreaking, nnd Win. Smith ment Ha Is supposed to have stolen county. id Greenup couuty. He belongs to one of the weal tucky back; it don't make any differ- shares which are being scrambled for and Matthew Whltt, grnnd larceny. a suit of tlothiug belonging to n Had water, caused by the dry weather, ' Is the cause; thiest and most influential families ence if we are running a platform of in London represent mines os a reliaCuftn'When the deputy jailor took their supAuditor; More likely, these lllrtt rrotu a llraSltnr. pers to them they nil crowded to the Strretsr tteAillev llrfure the nraml lnrv. of that county and as the normal one sort and a candidate of another, ble character. HAM II. STONE, . '. Lkxinotox, Ky., Oct. 3. FiiANKroiiT. Ky., Sept 10 Sccrclury door, and when he opened the door Democratic majority is less than 200, we must just shut our eyes and vote stocks are mainly inflated and ficticiflcorgc Holbrook.of Letchchild nt Madieon county. the ticket because it is called Demo ous, and will prove to be a sad disap-- . ono of them struck t tit on tint head of State Hcndley was summoned nt er county,of died from the effects of McCreary will havo a hard time to cratic. all ran out over his body. When noon to appear lfore the grand jury ' It means beat the Republic- pointment to those who aree.xpecting and Secretary of State, tho jailer camo to ho gavo the alarm, nt 2 o clock Saturday afternoon. It Is n beo sting ten minutes after receivelect bis man Chenault. ans fair or foul. By Heavenel don't to be made wealthy by them. There and a posse was orgaui7ed and supposed that hissummons Is for some ing It CHARLES FINLEY, let them get a chance at tho books! Froi at t harpsbarg. The Republicans of Bourbon coun- Wo hate the Republicans like we do is always a reaction in such crazes, is now searching for them. Another purpose connected with tho alleged ol Whitley county. SiiAi.rfnir.il, Ky., Oct J. Heavy party was organized hero under Sheriff. Mason Foard Co. check. nominated John Stuart, of Paris. the devil; don't let them get a chance and then comes tbe crash tbat teaches Tus-oty In the frosts killed all the tobao Freeman Is a dangerous man. Trcaturcr, Ire tornied at SIcKlunejr. anew the sound and wholesomelesson f The Morgan county officials say they The Bourbon 2Vra in speaking of at the salaries." McKlNMtr, Ky., Oct. 1. Tho first Hells In this section. Fully GEORGE W. LONG, m tbat the general result of n boom is don't think he will be taken alive. frost here this season nppenred Fridny of the crop was thus destroyed. "Mr, Stuart is the nomination says: ol Grayton county. Four weeks from next Tuesday the to benefit the cumulating and un- Smith and Whltt aro charged with night Monday morning everything Tobarrn Injurail bv I rott. a popular and well known gentleman stealiug tho famous Tom Illnlr still, e.Nposcd was whito and ice nearly a IIowu.no IiIikkx, Ky., Oct 1 Uncut people of Kentucky will determine scrupulous and venturesome many Atinmej Genera), which was captured by revenue nllicer of this city. He will poll more votes quarter of an Inch thick formed on tobacco wits considerably injured by who shall be tbeir officers during the last week in MngnMii county nnd sent open water vessels during the night JUDGE . S. TAYLOR, frost in this comity. Tho temperature than nny other candidate who might to Major Shelby nt Lexington as a ensuing official term. was down to 3d. Farther than Woolen Mnnuriicliirrns of llutler county. A IlUllller I.o.c lilt Hand. have been selected by the Republic lliiiiinllllril. present w lOntueLr 1'utt Ornte. that they will be called upon in mak WuiTKsiU'no, Ky., Sept. 3a II. M. The demand for American wool was Kentucky IVntloners. ans." b'upl. nl I'nblic Iunlrticlion. Wasiii.notov, Oct S. A post olllco distillery, had Webb, of ing this choice of officers to determine light toward tbe close of last month, Wasuinotos, Oct. 2. Tho following misfortunetho Webb his left hand the has been established at llradley, of getting cut W. J. DAVIDSON, will endorse the owing to the heavy imports of foreign pensions hare been Issued: Original county, Ky. has whether or not they The St Louis off in a cider mill hero Snturdny. lie ol l'tiliuki county. Archlo Black, alias Archy Trlbble, the following to say of Wat and his mismanagement of State aflairs by wool. In addition to this, Messrs. Richmond, Madison county. Increase is well known all over tho stnte, also Tin: Housutonlc river was never so in Cincinnati KigiMer of the Lnnd Office, tho Democratic party during the past Justice, Bateman & Co. assigned Knock C, Smith, Albany Landing, low as at tho preicnt time, and three little campaign: Drank Too Slurh Water. Cumberland; Dwight Hamilton, Louis- thousand people have been thrown nut CHARLES O. REYNOLDS, "Gen Hardin is still chasing the thirty years, and whether a party "another cause tor the present quite-ness- vllle. lleissuc- - William A I vis. Tomp-- , WuiTrsnuRO, Ky., Sept 30. Crockett af work at bheldoa, Conn., as a of Fnyctle oounty. They say that "manufacturbugaboo of negro equality through whoso platform declares one thing Jones, a mountain man, klnsvtlle, Mouroc. Reissue and Inof Ken- and whose candidates declare another. ers aredisappointedin regard to orders creaseJoseph A. Ore, Kendall, Muthe bluo graes and fell dead in the public road nine miles Comru'Minncr nf Agriculture, tucky, but he isn't making the vot- shall continue to control the policies for their fabrics." At the time when ssel. Original Widows Kitty Nichols, south of this city, while en route. THE OLDEST BOOK. LUCAS MOORE, supposedly from drinking too ers believe that he ought to be electthe prices for goods had to be fixed Stnlthlnml, Livingston; Diuily Coving-- , home, water. much If the people of KenA Papyrus Roll That Ojtos Back Five of Marion county. tou, Winchester, Clark; Mildred Hared Governor on account of such serv- of the State. they were out of wool; the new clip den, Louisville; Mary Connor (mother), tucky endorse Hardin by electing Hllllni- - Froils In Ontrnl KtnturWj. Thousand Years. ices." Railroad Commissioner lal DiL I.txixOTox, Ky., Oct I. Central Probably tho oldpst Iwok in tho him, under what obligation is he to was in the hands of speculators whose Jit, Sherman, Larue. Kentucky experienced a killing frost. world is tho Papyrus JERRY It. PORTER, The city of Lexington has given carry out what the people desire? demands as to price seemed extrava- r Prlsic, one of Colored Srhuul llultdtiic Uurnril. almost entirely ruining tho tobacco nl Hickman count). s VnnsAirr.Es, Ky., Sopt 23. the treasured possessions of tho to women the right of suffrage In the It the people will not resent Hardin's gant and dearer wool was inevitable. crop now In the field. Sorghum and set fire to tho colored publlo other green vegetables were damaged Kreut national library In Parts. Successful labor strikes involving election of school officers, but the reginsults what would they resent? For State Senator, I This document wns found by higher wages in addition to dearer school building here oarly Friday likewise. Prlsso istration, which closed on Tuesday, I)R. A. D JAMHS. morning by exploding powder under I in n tomb in Thebes, which conwool pointed to the necessity of highlrupirU nail In Ilia Mine. n dwelling ' indicates anything but a howling sucHAS EVERY MAN HIS er prices for goods, and manufacturers It The school building and destroyed. Sturois. Ky., Oct a Kit llarnby. tained nlso a mummy of the first For Representative ftom Ohio County adjoining werp completely cess. The colored women registered PRICE? C. M DARNRTT. dynasty. Tlds circumThe explosion was heard all over tho an aged citizen ot near here, dropped Thebun refused to take ordersexcept at an adand the whito women did not to any Over and over again the peresimist vance. Foreign manufacturers at city. Loss SSOU It Is thought tho ro dead in the llarnby cool mines, owned ' stance nlono shores that tho book , For Coroner, Ho had been In the mines by himself. great extent, and thereby hangs a declares that every man has his price this time having ample supplies of Is the result of a troublo in tho school only n few minutes when lie suffo- certainly dates back twenty five cenI. W. HUNT. last week between the principal, 1'rof. cated. turies before Christ, nnd nn examitale,perhaps of woe. aud just as frequently those who take wool secured at the lowest prices on Whitaker and a female teacher. nation shows thnt it really belongs I'atal (atlle Dltraie. a more liberal view of the frailties of record, and being free from the emto a much earlier ajje, namely, tho To tho Voters ol Ohio County W. C T. V. Onlrors. Minnr.F.nono, Kv , Oct. ?. An unThe fight between Tammany and humanity declare tbeir unbounded Fhllow Citizens: I am before you Lr.xiNOTO.y, Ky., Sept 30 barrassments which surrounded The W. a known disease, suppoMid to be Texas tlmo of Kliitf Assn. Tho tltlo reads: other branch of the Democracy faith in the the belief that some men American manufacturers, of which T. U. convention closed here. The fever, is sweeping cattle in this vicin"Injunctions of the Pnofcot Ptah-Ilotc- as the Populist candidate to repreand the split in Tammany show that some where, and a few men whom they were quick to see their advanofllcers elected for tho ensuing year ity. Some twenty milch cows have who lived In the time of sent Ohio county in the toner House ntid am asking the suffrage of cvety died In Middlcsboro tho past week. aro as follows: Mrs, Francis tho Democratic party in New York they believe Assn, the Klnnf thu North and tho honest producer of wealth. tage, freely booked orders at lower tbey could name are If electof Lexington, president; Mrs. Heir to 830,000. South." Chronology placos this ed, I pledge mvsell to work for the has not improved its position much Itichard Arnsplgcr, Lexington, correeither for wealth, or values that domestic manufacturers Louisville, Ky., Oct I. Mrs. M. Ii at about 33.10 D. C , nnd to this best irteict ol Ohio county, and look sponding secretury; Mrs. Annie since last year. The Republican plu. fame, Patterson, of this city, has fallen heir 4ssa or favor. This latter is by far could name. Liberal orders went Wllllamstown, recording secreto properly worth S'O 000 by tho death tiKu H would then seem thnt this after and guard your inteiests to the rality in that State will not be 15ty the more pleasant and more desira abroad for goods that heretofore had tary; Mrs. M. K. Ilrown, Mlllcrsburg, It is divided Into best ol my ability, I promise also, of Mr. C. II. Lyford, her former bweet-hear- book boloiiL's. 000 in 1895, but it willbeeolarge that ble made at home. When American forty-fou- r trcasuror, and Mrs. Cognr, l'aducah, chanters, ami Is written that my vote for United States Sena nt Denver, Col. view and we subscribe to it. minutes after the polls close there ten to tor shall whom I Yet there come times and circum manufacturers discovered that the Ill rnrn nil ilirtrfft Its tn itil liv rnit. in hieratic rhythmic lauffuuco. It think willgo bestthat candidatethe great cubierve will be no doubt as to the general re The Corn Was Saved. Ky., to tbo higher Mimu.Ksnoiio, Oct 1. Frost directs its words stances which try even tho strongest wool boom was over and that AmeriI.EliANO.v, Ky., Oct 1. A killing Monday morning seriously damaged classes, nnd contuins for thcso a majority of Kentuckians on the cur- prices had failed to reach tnose suit. faith in humanity. It is too often can frost occurred liore Sunday night To- late corn and tobacco. Formers re- sciics of maxims nnd suylns. It ency question, viz : The enactment current at this time last year, they bacco in the tnd port a quarter of an Inch thick ut ndvises thoioln authority to show in of a law for tbe free and unlimited The colored orator, Prof. Book- true that those who make great pre- modified their prices for goods. But of thatstanding scaffold field badly much ileansIcoFort coinage of both gold and silver nt the damwas on tho nil their iIoIiiks the characteristics present legal ratio ol 16 to 1. No one er T. Washington, who made such a tensions, seemingly without boast, to it was then too late to recover the aged. Sorghum nnd other green vegTobacro first royrU liy Vrott, nfn perfect man. Thu Ideal of tho will appreciate your vote more than favorable impression by his oration high moral courage and those whom business that had been secured by etation suffered likewise. The severe Ky., Oct. S. (tellable drought which has prevailed for tho Information received In this city Tues- hlh ofllclal should bo wisdom nnd myself. Resp'y, tho masses believe steadfast and imAtdelivered at tho opening of the foreign mills. Thus it is that owing past thrco weeks saved the corn crop. science, nnd thcso guides ho should J 1. Mn.tnrt. day from every part of tho Hopkinslanta Exposition, is tho principal movable in their devotion to inde to heavy imports of raw wool nnd tlie ville tobacco district is to tho effect heed. Ilo Is further not to nbuso his Military CompaDj to lie lleorsranlsed. pendent, untrammeled advocacy of loss of considerable business for the Bucklon's ArnlcaSalvo. teacher of a colored school at Lexiaoto.v, Ky., Sopt 3a An at- that from 13 to IS per cent of this power, is to bo modest and modornto, Tint H p.st Sm.vi! in the wotld for tempt will be made to mako Campany year's crop was killed by the heavy for only In this way can ho securo tho Ala. The school has grown right, are they who when met by a American ruills, the home demand frost that visited this section Monday Rood opinion of future generations. Cuts, Ilruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt for wool has been too light to give I), Kentucky stato guards, of Lexingfrom ono teacher, thirty pupils and a state of case which requires the sacriton, tho first military organization of night Vegetation of all kinds In this Tho nuthnr tells us that he had Rhium, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chap-lie- d donation of $8,000 from its estab- fice of a principle or the incurring of tbat buoyant tone to the American Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all The tho state. Company K will bo reor- city and vicinity was destroyed. probable pecuniary loss will bow ibe market that is now being enjoyed by ganized with sixty of the best men to thermometer hero registered as low as grown to bo ono hundred and ten Skin Iuuptions, and positively cures teachlishment in 1881 to sixty-si- x years of nge, and hud attained to ull Files, or uo pay required. It is guar33 degrees, and thin cakes of Ico were bo found. American ers, and 1,000 pupils at the present. knee to Baal and truckle liko a slave. foreign wool markets. the honors and favors which anteed to give perfect satisfacuion or formed on water. Additions to the l'enltcntlarr. Economist. The school is industrial rather than The higher the reputation of the ofEgyptlun roynlty could bestow. Price 25 cents per niotey relunded. fireman Fatally Hart. rrtAMiFOiir, Ky., Sept 3a Sheriff box. FOR SAUJ BY Williams & Covi.noton-- , Ky., Oct 3. Whllo reliterary and owns forty buildings and fender, the greater tho fall and more liaughmnn, of lioyle county, will bring Athertoii to Hardin. NOT "VinTUOUS." Hell. tf sponding to an alarm of fire John completo tho dismay of his admirers. 2,000 acres of land. Another Democrat who will scratch to the penitentiary John lliimner, who Shelnhoff, driver of the Mala street King Louis XVI. got two years for murder, nnd Georgo reel, of France Was Weak Ch aracters capable of such cringing, started In a gallop for tho scene Notlco. In Will Power. Thousands of citizens everwhere are tbey who in critical moments de- Hardin is Hon. John M. Atherton, Jenkins and Andrew Bennett, who ot a blaze at Bankllck and Itlddlo 1 have this day et my son,Frankie the wealthy distillei, who made the pleaded guilty to nnd streets. Louis XIV., hlnjr of Franco and are signing petitions asking that our sert the friends who at tbe expense Just as the reel rounded a corrace for Congress in this district last got thrco years and one yenr, respec- ner It struck a post and toppled over, of Navarre, wns moro dull than Wiight, free, and will not be respon . country recognize tho Cuban Revolu- of censure,perbaps,havoiu and out of year. In his speech at the Auditor- tively. throwing the driver out on the top of' stupid, uud weaker in will than in scblc for nuy tiade or transaction he tionists. Thcso people are struggling reason espousedthe cause of these l'rof. Fellmer limit. his heat'. The man's skull was frac- intellect. .Tho clumsy youth grow may make in the futute, and will ium, August 19, Gen. Hardin called FilANKFOHT, Ky., Sept 3a l'rof. U tured, and it Is believed that he is up Into n shy and awkward man, unfor liberty under a yoke far moro Wo repeat, such upon Mr. Atherton nnd other promimoralists. have no claim winterer on any propA. I'ellmcr, for a long tlmo assistant fatally galling tbau that we threw oil iu things tend to shake faith, but not to nent Democrats for his suppott. Mr. superintendent of the Kentucky geo- ot age, injured. Hhclnhoft la 40 years able to find at will thosu accents of erty he may own or acquire. , and unmarried. gracious politeness which nro most 1 770-8- 3 nnd simple justice demauds destroy it. Tbey prove conclusively, Atherton replies nnd among other logical survey, died at his homo in this W. F. Wrioiit. Gang1 of InceotlUrles Ilroken Up. city Sunday. Ho was n well known useful to tho great. Among bis that Uncle Sam extend tho hand of however, that tbo fallen were lacking statements the writer says; LfcXlNOTo.v, Ky., Oct 2. A powerful -Jt September 14. 1805. scholar, teacher and musician. gang of Incendiaries was brokon up prcdccoHMoi'shohndsct himself Henfriendly recognition to these South- in the true grit and that their friends "Your failure to defend your conry IV. as n model, probably without A Heavy Yoko or Osen. Wednesday morning by tht arrest at victions by declining the nomination ern patriots. All citizens who will put tbeir estimates too high. ForSalo. any very accurate Idea of the char r Lf.xi.notov, Ky., Sopt. 30. Kldcr liardstown of Will Tllford, John The furniture In the well known on a platform you can not consciensuch a petition as indicated Kulp, of Mercer county, killed and Jos Orant, colored, of Itloom-fielAbram sign acter of tbat monarch; and hn hnd While students, tho repeated decKy. During the past year they fully determined that ho would do Cottage Hotel nt lleaver Dam. House above, will havo an opportunity laration that such things lio in store tiously support, forces me to defend a yoko of oxen for beeves that weighed at This Is tho closest ap- have destroyed thousands of dollars' 4,630 pounds. what In lilmluy to mako his people and two acres ot ground lor rent by calliog at The Reuitiucan Of. for us along the pilgrimage, seemed my convictions by declining to vote proach to the mark yet worth of property throughout Nelson Have ten tegular for you. Your course has left the reached In this section. happy. No was, moreover, thorough- $175 per yecr. fico or by suggesting to a representacounty and caused a big conflagration strange and aro only vaguely underboaders. Good location. Call on or In llloomfield. It Is believed they are ly conscientious, nnd had a high address D. J. Coleman, Beaver Dam, TRIED TO LYNCH THEM. tive of TiieRei'uiimcan that such is stood, but when brought face to face sound money Democrats no other al senso of tbo responsibility of his In the pay of insurance swindlers. 93 t their desire. Hurrah for Cuban lib- with examples of real, downright do ternatlve. No one doubts your faith Ilruilivrs Incite icil fhr Mtirflrrlos; a Man great culling. Ho was not liidolent, Ky. Trouble, an straight Creak. Mho SHU lire. I in free silver. Certainly I do not erty! although heavy, and bis courago, llAnr.AN, Ky.,Oot a. News was resertion of friends aud principles for believe you are standing on your conKy., Oct. 1. James and Louihvii.i.k, Younu men or young women aspirJacob Mc Kinney, brothers, of bailor ceived Wednesday from Straight Creek which was sorely tested, was nover ing to any vocation in life should if not for money or favor, victions. Why shall tot sound mo Duriko the past four years Rev.E. nothing, Springs, Clay county, 111., who woro to the effect that the war is again rebrokon. With thcso virtues he always remember thnt the bottom wo are brought to our sense) and for ey Democrats stand on under ludictineiit for murdering T. W. newed botween the llolchcr and Oross might havo made a good king had he rounds of the ladder of time are filled their convicE. Patehas been located among us the first time wo learn never to forget tions? Your convictions were not the lli'iinett, found lleiiiiclt in Louisville factions, and that Sampson I! rock was possessed firmness of will enough to to overflowing, but there's always as Circuit rider on the Hartford Cirthat whllo itisnottruo of all, it is conclusions ot the convention, nnd last Thursday and havu taken them to shot and killedIsSaturday by one of tho support a good minister, or to o room at the top. That's where Dr. cuit of tho M. E. Church, South. Ilelchors. It feared that the govthulr homo. for colic, cholera Bell's Anti-Flto a good policy. The apoloIlcnnott disappeared from tliclr farm ernor will have to bo called upon for Four years is the limit, uo preacher true tbat many mcu havo their price. you refused, and now refuse, to actroops to help suppress tho foud, which gists of Louis XVI. aro fond of and dianheca stands. It's sold at 5C You ,kiud reader, havo experienced cept the judgment of the convention, a few cart ngo and circumstantial being allowed to keep one charge wu& so strong against tho broth-er- a has been going on for three months. speakingof him as "virtuous." Tho and 50c on a guarantee by. Z. Wayne these things and you can call examnot as expressing your convictions, longer than that length of tirao. Bro. Unit n mob tried to lynch them. adjeotiva Is slngulurly 111 chosen. Griflin & Bio. llesth of Judf llomton. but as your rule of action In this Ilcnnott whs pimt'sucd of a wandcilng Louibvim.k, Ky., Oct !. Judgo RusPalo has beoh a faithful minister and ples to mind now wherein pround preIlls faults were rather of tho will I staud by my convictions and turn of mind and disappeared as sudWe have made repeated appeals to tenders bend the pregnant hinges of sell Houston "died of old ago at his endeared himself to our people of evdenly an he arrived at Suitor Springs. home In this city. lie had been chief than of tho understanding. To havo subscribers who are In arrears with tbe kneo that favor many follow by tbe platform, a vnguo notion of what Is right, to Ilo knew nothing of thu sol lous ery uame aud order, insomuch that "II I vote for j ou I surrender both ngulnst the McKlunuys until a tliaigo counsel of tho Loutsvlllo and Nashville desiro it in n general way, and to us; some have responded cheerlully month ltallroado. for a quarter century and all regret exceedingly that be must fawning, ray convictions and the platform. I ago. Uu Is now married and resides was the only person who over held lack tho moral force to do It surely nnd paid otie year in ndvance, others go away. Ho is one of nature's will surrender neither r.ot for n here. have paid no attention to our'tiotices. that ofilce. In 1803 he succeeded Jas. this Is tho very opposite of virtue. Til Alrlcaii HiiiIiik llooui. (luthrlo as president of the L. and N., aud ho and his most excellent To all those who have paldiwe nre JUDGE FINLEY The people ot England havetherep crown would I surrender either. I but decllnod after the exFor Rent. family will always bo pleasantly ro utation of being very prudent and would not ask or advise any Demo-- 1 Tvillnta II. for very thankful1, to those who have not (Irunil Jury In ltafr-auc- fi piration of his term. The well know popular Hotel the paid, we again ask you to call or Bend tu Hint ttl.iluu (.Imck. They go bearing our conservative in their financial opera-tlon- crat to do what my own convictions raembered. Cottly fire at Marlon. Fiiankpoiii, y., Sept. an. -- Judge Hartford House, Hartford, Ky,, is account you owe. best wishes for success Iu their new and it Is probably true that so forbade mc to do. This conclusion MAniotr, Ky., Oet 3. A Are originW. M. I'lnluy wus before tho grand for rent For particulars, call on or in that subscription may not be in line with modern pol field of labor, Rev. Pate having been far as ordinary investments are conjury tjiitiirday morning uguln with ated In C K. Oosa it Co.'s saloon and mid u s.i, J W. Weaver, Hartford, We are at n great expense every week adopted by the rpfcri'iico to curtain liitlmutioua in tho spread to W. N. Wilson A Co. s grocery, and must have what is due tison subassigned to tho Hanlinsburg Circuit cerned, they proceed cautiously and itics, but it raustb truth that u statu olllclal had received M. IX Fobs Ss Ca's tailor shop and A. scription. take few chances. for next year. But it is no less majority ot our voteri if the princin check for &9,0O0 as hit part of 0. Oilbert'a saddlery. Then the flra 77ie U. S. Gov't Reports ran to L. 0. Leppel .t Co.'s machine-hous- e true that of all the people in the ples of our party are to be defett ded tho prollts of the Mitbon-KuCo. Baking Powder Tim show Royal nnd Mrs. Ann Carnahan'a resiNothing Is yut known dolliiltely World's world they are most disposed to put and maintained." superior to all others. ns to tho bufora dence. Total loss, 810,000. proceedings showed no baking powder r AIL&. i money into extraordinary or illeglti 11 iuku nniKt All tut CluuT Cm I grand Jury, as It has not yet re tho Court ?uim IentsUy Untonod. Woman Declared IS But In time.Bjruo. br dniKirUl. Remember K. I. Uullhyjton Is the I Hold so pure or so great In leavRemember that Field & Hot bro ok ported. It is known, however, that mate forms of speculation, where Lmihotok, Ky., Oct, 3. Mrs. Msry tg f ija .,j i jrnnBi best barber in the State. a ui!2r.njn;luu;o narjys. seems to be promise of Urge bus will meet all day trains, ening power as tho Royal, J, Jobnic-- wm eJJudjfd p. unj93p4 there tiuuro I'linoy Hartford Republican UaiiNbW, Bradley and victory. kenIUCKY. lift-rest That Tired Peeling ui - d Sarsaparilla Makes the HOOD'S u s, Weak Strong 1 iT Hood's Only Hood's S&&,,glhF & J , ft ! 1 I t l.lh-rt- y. Republican Ticket. J , - " if- Tho'3-year-ol- d y. ono-hul- . Globe-Democra- t. I al ." V t'n'4 well-know- n , dog-fenn- el Iucon-diarie- ' 11 p, Ileau-cham- e, t, 1 Tus-keg- ee, house-breakin- s 9- Had-ge- 0,000-poun- d ux can-ves- s. IJW..1Mli:J.i;i ib.iiiti.l Pai Tests a rl r PRICE CLIPPINGS That will mako this week a lively onoat Trade with Carson & Co, We have n'bctititlful line of Capes ; J will be sold at cash prices. Wo low solicit your patronage and will do all in our power to tain it. PAIR BROS. & "S Mr. K. P. Thomas raised the bos ers who nic iu arrears with us, end to com of the county in his garden this Tlpte . , .,, .. Prettiest line Millinery ni Pair you would mock mo lor iriy'po'vor-ty?- " we kindly nsk that you bting yenr. lie brought stalk of it down BEING A WOMAN. Dros. & Co's. matters contained in the book. It is these iu town Wednesday night and it the publishers' desire to tht: amount when you come lo town present a "MnrgnrotP'ho exclaimed. Novelties in dress goods at Pair measured 14ft, 8 inches in length. Ilolnld tliorniija1nedowii. "That copy of the work to svery miller, next Monday or send it in nt once. "I, who look at sentiment from a Dros. & Co's. is njrood bit of work," ho suld, "one psychological Hartford College islmprovingcvery grain dealer nnd interested pirty in Now, this is a mere matter ol busipoint of viow who of the cleverest things you liavo Latest novelties in millinery at day, and new student! arc ontinuaN the United States, and nil such wishness, and we need the morey, just done. How enmo you to wi itc It?" caro only for tho surfnee pleasures of a society woman's existence l'nlr Dros. & Co. ly arriving, which thoroughly dem- ing a free copy should address II. M. like you need nnd want what is owing Sholnughcd oflly. "I kni'wyou who seo the ridiculous side of life , IllggcEt line straw and lelt sailors onstrates that Hartford College is one Green & Co., Rlalto Building, Chicawould nsk. I suld to myself, ho will and not its pathos have all theso of the most popular institutions of go, III. The Liverpool Com Trade to you. Don't get mad nnd, say you scarcely rccoyulzo It ns mine." at Fair Bros. & Co's. years fed my fancy on u dream." . . have paid that to Mr. So News has spoVcn of this book with We learning in Kentucky. "Truol for you to bo tho author Ho passed his hand over his brOw:' Entire line of capts will be at l'air mid It Inn also icreived always know vhen it his been paid. of an intense little love sonj,', whoro "Aro you in earnest? Is not this Mts Sophia Howard has returned admiration, Pros. & Co. boat-innbundand testimonies tn its merits Bjt come iu nnd give us a call with a ono can almost fuel tho heart somo jest to torturo mo? I cannot from Hartlord, where she had been to from such crop experts as S T, K. tho warm blood leaping, seems bcllovo tho man lives who Is indifferMr. G. B. Slack is attending Med- financial ling. see Richard Foster, who has been to mo slightly incongruous." ent to your affection. Perhaps you leal College in I,ouisvllle. Prime and the Secretary ol Agriculquite ill, but is improving. Poster ture, "And yet I am no Puritan." wrong him, perhaps ho is 'awkward tt reflects great credit on the ormnnn IUk iilnir. All kinds ol jewelry, watches, spec- Howard, of this city, is quite 111 there "In ono sense no; but you nev- at expressing his deeper emotions; A partisan grand jury, headed byn intelligence of its authors, and the fam- tacles, etc., at C. R Martin's. ertheless embody my idea of tho It may bo that you aro so dear to Owensboro Inquiter. also. grain trade in general will feci no un- man who has a son in the employwoman of tho world him that ho fcar3 to lose your A handsome lot ol ladies gold certain pride in receiving Irom Its ment of the State, had decided that Tlie AiimiiiiI Fnlr Hull. a woman who will imvcr lot pasfriendship in asking for your lovo. chains just received at C.R. Martin's. Tlie Louisville Commercial is guilty sion sway nor feeling govern Last Prlday night was the time set own ranks a work which is at once her It may bo that he puts so poor an commercially bticl, and not the less ol criminal libel. The grand jury is actions." Messrs. W. P. Thomas and Thomas apart by the young people of Hartestimate upon himself that in his sworn not to reveal what takes place Ball. notable for its erudition. "Being a cold woman," sho said, wildest dreams ho cannot imagino Allen, Koslne, were in town yester- - ford for the Annual Pnir BOOTS AND 8HOES. in thegrand jury room, but two days "a criticism like yours will necessayour caring for him. Who knows? Everything had been put in readiday. Gen. Hardin is getting quite ago It was known that the IndictMen's good boots . f I 35 worthji 75 rily not phaso me." perhaps at this moment ho lovos ness at the Hartford House for the Messrs. C. M. Crowe and D. S. spunky pince the debates are declar- ments would be returned. Mr. " " " . . 1 75 "When did' a criticism of mine you witli all his strength, yet dares " 3 35 1 occasion and pleis.mt time was as" best " . . a 00 " a 50 Smith arc attending the Owensboro sured all who were to attend. Music ed off, Why didn't he show some ol n has worn out several p3irs of ever phaso you?" ho retorted. "You not speak, for fear of your waving him aside as something of llttlo ,that spirit In his fust debate? It re- shoes running between the grand ju- aro too confident, too " medium fine boots$2 50 " 325 Pair. was furnished by the Phillips String worth." minds us of a small dog running out ry room nnd his office. The grand for that." Ladies best grain button shoes 1 The Colored Teachers' 50 Institute Band and the young people enjoyed from "You plead his caso well," she "What a dtsagrceablo sort of perunder the house to bark when jury certainly takes a great deal upon Warranted not to rip will be held In Hartlord on October the peculiar thrills ot heart which is son I must be," she mused. "How said. "Ono might imagino that, In he thinks the danger Is nil over ll glove grain button shoes $1 35 ' ai Ladles to say whether Mr. Norman's can you bear to bo witli mo? Do you your day, you had known produced by engnging in the nipping what fix Ixioks are correct or whether the como to seo me from pure kindness it was to let vanity stand In the way worth ft 50. Mr. R. II. Wallace in digging his of the light fantastic. The following Ladles fine Dongola kid tip shoe? as st 'ements in The Commercial are becauso you do not wisli to wound of happiness. Tell me if you cared Piiblle Hirnklii3 potatoes found one that weighed two weie in attendance: worth $1 50. C. M. Barhett. B D Ringo. nnd J. tnv;. This last bluff ol Mr. Normnu'u me? Surely you can find no pleasure fora womun cared for her enough Misses Pearl Jopllu, Etizabethtown: pounds. to ask her to bo your wife, would you Children's coarse shoes 50, 65, 75 93c Plora Nail, Louisville; Mabel Reid, P. Miller, candidates for Representa- is the dying kick of a ganf th it has in talking to ono so unfeeling." Mr. E. L Bulllngton visited rcla "Nevertheless Idoj I rarely loave (loving her liko this) hold your Ladies coarse shoes . . . 90c to $1 25 Rockport; Mabel Kimbley, Ceralvo, tive of Ohio county, will speak atthe had control of the treasuty for many this houso without registering n peaco becauso, forsooth, you did Old ladles lace shoes $t 35 lives and friends at Birds Eye, IuJ., Etta Bond, Louisville; Mrs. Holmes times and places mentioned below yenr?. vow never to return, but as surely not feel suro what her answer would this week. Children's button shoes 75c to $1 35 Thr Commeicial still ieels it has Cummings, Memphis; Misses Stel- Mr. W. M. Likens, also candidate, bo?" I find myis invited and expected to be present toid the truth, and this morning as tho day comes round 15 I; "Assuredly," he said. Bullington is prep ire 1 to la, Etta and Lilly Thomas, Mary self onco moro ringing at your shows another place where over $4,000 "Cruel, ungenerousl" sho cried, give you n quick, easy and close Nail, Edna Griffin, Berta and Lida at each place and a lair division ot guto." was withdrawn from the treasury Morton, Mabel Brown, Ella Cox, time will be made: "No doubt ringing several limes springing to her feet. "You would shave. mm 1 w'tbnut "warrant ol law." Col. R before admitted," sholaughed; "but not tell her when, oven though sho Hartlord, Monday, Oct. 7 Hennle Gunther, Isabelle McIIenry, Mils Lcwellen, Pair Bros. & Co's Mrs. Dr. M Kelly. Mr Walter Forester and Beaver Dam, Tuesday, Oct. 8 you, who believo in sentiment, will guessed tho truth, being ti waman J. E. Pendleton, Mr. and Milliner, can sell you hats trimmed Mr Deitzman, nil ol whom arc conforglvo poor Muxwellj lie Is in lovo sho could not speak? Oh, I know Cromwell. Wednesday, 0:t 9 Mm. E D. GufTy, Mr. and Mrs. what you would say I havo heard In the latest styes. nected with The Commercial, will with one of tho maids, and is thereSelect, Thursday, Oil. 10 John J. McIIenry, city; Messrs Ellis 'Any woman fore Incapacitated for tho trifling tho old tale before. piobably be in the city by tomorrow. Horse Branch, Friday, Oct. 11. Owen, Dan Nail, Junius Bell, Owens-borMiss Annie Fogle is visiting Miss can mako a man propose to her.' duties of every day." Gentlemen, we greet you. and alRosine, Sati rday, Oct 12. Willis Green, Palls of Rough; Tassic Brown and attending the STAPLE ARTICLE3. "Doubtless you find tho caso in- That is not true. Let her over-steSulphur Springs, Monday, Oot 14. low us on behalf ol a people who nre Brooks, Louisville; Melvin WilOwensboro Pair this wtek. the bounds ever so slightly, encourBed blankets 75c right close to the State House, pnd teresting from a psychological point age him a trlflo too much, show him Olatou, Tuesday, Oct. 15. son, Rosine; Chas. I'arrott, LouisBed coiulorts 7 so of view'?" Photographer Taylor will make pic- - ville; who every day have a chance to see Shreve, Wednesday, O.t 16. John and Harry May, Pleasant "I do. Mamma wishes to dismiss too plainly what her heart is and ho in ""tford every Monday and '. .' '. w at is going on, to extend the hand them both, but I havo begged Colored llniy Fordsville, Thursday, Oct. 17. Ridge; W. D. Moore, R. D. Walker, 30c !utcs that turns from her in disgust. Ah, if uoou uannei tf 153110200 in McIIenry on Tuesdary's. Deanfield, Thursday, Oct.17, night. and to wish that you may continue thoy be allowed to remain. I tell the day should como when you find G. D. Wcstcrfield, Jim Leach, RanGood Water prool 54(11 . , . ; . 50c yourself in tho placoof tho character to expose the dishonest clique that you this to show you what n:i overMagan, Friday, Oit. 18. Col. S. R. Dent, Leitchficld, and dall Collins, Lee B Stevens, city. cheap at 75c we havo conjured up I pray you; of m now controls State affairs, Franklin flowing fund of sympathy I possess Hon. R. P. Hocker, Beaver Dam, Bell's Run, Monday, Oct. 21. Good cotton flanuel 5.7)$ ,8f, 10, .Mrltimllol MInlMrrtt Asfr;iiPil. to let you seo how little you have your goodness, tell her the truth." county grand juries to tlie contrary were in town Tuesday evening. Buloid, Tuesday, Oct. 22 die yarn per hank 5c Ho took a half step toward her. The Methodist Conlerence at Madi notwithstanding. Cntc jeans Frankloit Eve 'appreciated tho nodlor attributes of Beda, Wednesday, Oct. 23 35c Judge Jas. P. Carson, ol the Gov- sonville has adjourned nnd the fol"Margaret," ho said, and his voice my character." Gocd cotton ?cans to and lajjc ning Journal. Ctnlettown, Thursday, Oct, 24 ernment Locks on Rough River, is at lowing is the list ol appointments for "Whatever else I have done,", ho faltered, "do with mo what you will ch viots wirth 1 c I lovo you!" Equality. Fiiday. Oct. 25 home this week on the sick list. said, "I have never underrated your Turkey tea (able uiitn this, the Onensboro, District: 20 ftOt IIlKllljUlllVHlCl. Thero was a moment's silenco a Ro:kport, Satuiday, Oct. 26. Table oil cloth 20c That is what Hardin cal'ed, the facility for turning things into ridit, G. II. Hog, presiding elder; Por largest and best Fresh Oystirs, silence fraught with feeling. Then Prentis, Monday, Oct. 28 people of Central City according to cule. It is a fatal gift that of seeW. Q Verelaud; Settle Chapel, fried or raw, call GIBSON'S this ing always tho comic side of life) It she lilted her oyes. Thoy wero full Cool Springs, Tuesday. Oct. 29. the Louisville Post: G. W. Briggs; Owensboro Circuit, W. evening and to morrow evening. enough whilo you aro of tears. McIIenry, Wednesday.Oct 3o,night. Hardin, nt Central City, spoke his is all well some P. Cashman; Yclvington, J. P. Mc. "If I could," sho said In a low day " young; but Mr. and Mrs. Ben D. Ringo and Taylor Mines. Thursday, Oct. 31, little piece to n little band of 150 would Cormlck; Stanley, D. P. Roland; " 'Somo day, I know nofwhen or voice, "I Jaugh turn your words oil Misses Lula and Lizzie Walker have night. doleful, discouraged Democrats. with a pretend, as I havo He how,'" she hummt'd, "by that time, Rome, C. W. llesson; Calhoon, Silas returned from the Atlanta Exposi- Newton; Beech Hiflin, Fiiday, Nov.' 1. dono with many, that I thought you commenced by sajing. "I love to my friend, 1 will havo grown so inGrove, T. P. Fatton; tion. Speaking will begin ot I o'clock p. speik to plain country people like different to every thing thatuothlng were only in jest; but tho tlmo for Hartford, Jas. S. Chandler; Hawes-villis ni', except i.t Deanfield, McIIenry you aie." Definition of plain, accorlUve your printing done at Tim will matter much ono way or tlie that past. I can play a part no N. G. Foot; Cloverport, S. G. Archto" mon- - RiiruiiLiCAN office If you want super- Shelby; Ceralvo, J. C. Brandon; Lew' and Taj lor Mines, at which placis it ding to Webster, is, "homely; not other. In tho meanwhile, 'vivo la longer. from her (tho old namo fell tenderly lips), "hear from will begin nt 7 o'clock p. m. highly cultivated; unsophisticated; bagatelle I' " ior work. Everything new and styles isport. P. M. Petty. mo E. D. Gufpv, "And Is It to be always thus?" ho long what you might havo guesse'd are up common." This, no doubt, would ngo. I havo loved you all my Don't you know that Hood's Sarsa-pa- t Ch'in'n Rep. Co. Com. be the kind of audience Hardin would cried. "Will you never crave somelife." N. O. Born to the wife ot Mr R. II. thing better than admiration or flatilia will overcome that tired feel G. B. LlKliNS, DUESS QOQUo & CLOAKS. like to try his powers t.n, but he will tery tho mere surface pleasures of oi near town, on the 3ud iusf, ing nnd give you renewed vigor nnd Ch'm'n Dem. Co Com. Tho Happy Man Found. find it impossible to secure such au a society woman's existence? Have 35c lor 36:11 nil wool serge worth a fine boy, Dr. Jo T. Miller ntten-din- g vitality? P. W. Pirtuj, &51 " 5)iu ' audience from the Democratic voters you not sometimes tuougnc inaro 91C Mr. Isaac Joiner, of Western Newphysician. Ch'm'n Pop. Co Com. 20c " 36in hcurutta, all shades . 35c in Kentucky, either in the cities, would bo more happiness In lovo?" ton, who Is eighty-twyears old, Miss M iry E. Taylor, who has Mr. Shcini.tu Williams lelt Monday 65c " 4 iln figured Mack goods, Sho lifted her eyes. "So you spoilt Saturday in town. Some flfty-flv- o Remember that Field 3; Holbrook town or countryof the glorious old years ago ho bought a piece of very stylish. for Nashville, where he will attend spent the summer abroad, has rethink, then, I havo not been loved?" meets all day trains, and they also Commonwealth. the Dental Department ol the Vander-bil- t turned. She was in the city visiting keep a first class Livery 65c for plaid woolens, very stylish Sho got up, and from the drawer land In Lake Hill district, nnd with Stable. his ax cut logs and built a resldcnco Mrs. C. K Walker the pist week, With the sound money Democrats of a cabinet took out u book of pholor waisti University. Don't hitch, your horse outside in the nnd barn and cleared his land. Flf but has returned to her home, Hartwho carried the June convention by a tographs. "I am going to do 32in wool finish ratines . . . ujic Mrs. Martha Ro.sa and daughter, ford, Ky., nccompanied years ago ho married a charmby Mrs. cold but put him iu their stable. Tiimmings, such as Jet, Silks, Vel- Mis Mamie, urc vole of 644 to 233 arrayed against an unconventional thing," she ing young lady, aud both rode the visiting the lamily Walker nnd son. Helm. said, when sho was seated again, Sunday's vets, Buttons to itch our entire 01 Judge Charles Oir lor Alrica, Hardin, what hope of success can his same horso to their humblo, but Morehead and at- Courier Journal. Judge Jno. P. Morton has received fiicnds find in his campaign? The "but you do not know any of theso happy home. All these years they line. tending the Owensboro Pair. men, so thero can bo no breach of a later from his son, Mr. Jasper Mor- majority will remain neutral, many havo gono hand In hand together at Allm-flilM- . Como hero" sho moconfidence. JAOKETti AND CLOAKS. McDowell Bros, have opened a new During the G. A. R Eucapment at ton, who has bceu out West lor sev- will vote for Bradley and some are ac- tioned him to tho ottoman at her tho same dear old place, lqvlng The style In cloaks will be shoit, meat shop in John Bonn's house on Louisville last Monday, Mr. Thomas eral years, stating that he had start- tively fighting Gen. Hardin. With a side. "This man" sho touched tho cacli other moro nnd moro ns thoy journoyed down the stream of life. while copes going to be very popular. Market Street, and Mr. Win. ForeAllen and Miss Ida Childs, both of ed on an expedition to Alrica to work strong witig of his party against him, first picture lightly "is a distinfor n Railroad Company at a big sal- Hardin's position is not an enviable guished northern physician. I met Mr. Joiner never held a public oflico, man is running it for them. Rosine, went to Louisville, ostensibly Our entire line will be in Saturday. and never had any deslro to hold Wo ary. Mr. Morton's many friends in one, to say the least Louisville him ono summer in Canada. Can furnish capo fur $t 50 to $10 00, one, but even now ho can take his Miss Auna Grifliu will be in her to attend the Encampment, but there this county wish for were both of us. oil for a test (somehim a pleasant Star. were other attractions for them. ImCloaks, $2 jo to $15 00. Visit us lor Studio at the Hartford House nil day times pcoplo are at their best then); rifle and drive tho cross as often, or and profitable journey in the foielgn mediately upon niriving in Louisville good take his net and catch as many fish, be that as it may, wo saw on Mondays nnd Thursdays, andothe the latest. Waiilineii they proceeded over to JefTersonville laud. deal of each othor, and before wo or take his aguto and plumb tho mid-dl- o 8 till n o'clock a. 111. days from "I was in feeble health last winter man In a game of marbles as and were united iu marriage by Esq. parted in tho nutumu ho offered mo LITTLE THINGS. often as any man of his ago in GeorCryTor and was under the physician's care moro than friendship." Hawes. They returned to Rosine Mr. and Mrs. Holmes Cummins, for some time. Finally I began takgia. Covington (Ga.) Entei'Drise. Lidias ribbed vest 20c Memphis, have been here visiting that same evening, each going to "Ho has a lino face," he said. ing Hood's Sarsapaiilla and have Misses, corstts 35c Mrs. Cummin's parents, Dr. and Mrs. their own home, and as yet none of "This othor is a lawyer who gradA Novelty. been greatly benefited by its use. uated with distinction from a celeBelt buckles 15c J. E. Pendleton, forscverat days. their most intimntc friends know ol My nppctite has been restored and brated eastern college. He has a Belting A novelty In bicycle races camo 35c the elopement. Mr. Allen is Cousta-bl- e th" weakness with which I Buffered clear and loglcul mind, one that can- pfl recently in Vieuna, tho unusual Miss Mabel Kimbley returned to Side combs 5c lor the Rosine Magisterial Disnot be deceived by more appear- feature being the manner of handihi .left me." Maggir M. I.KB, Shell hair p.ns rocdoz her home In Owensboro Wednesday. trict and is in the drug business nt ances. He also" sho turned tho capping participants. Tho race was Bjrdstown, Ky. She was accompanied by Miss Lyda Rosine, while his bride Is a New stampede Uncus highly felfor married men exclusively, and tho page. "This boyish-lookinHomer Hampton, Agt, Moitou, who will attend the Owens- cultured and popular young lady who New zelphry yarns, Hood's Pills Cure Biliousness, In- - low is tho only son of an English nohandicap was apportioned according boro Pair. New saxony j arns, has frequently visited in Hartford. digettlon. bleman. 1 might havo been 'my to the following rulo: Tho amount of New kid gloves, all leading shades $1 lady' "and dated my letters from tho. handicap was decided by tho Hon. S. M. re) ton, Populist nomi- Tiir RiirunucAN joins with their I have secured the agency for the 'Somothlng-or-OthoNew handkerchiefs . . . . 5c to, 35c r llliry Itujd. Park' or from number of children of tluicompetitor; nee for Attorney General, will speak many fi lends in wishing for them a ho got fifteen ynrds. forVeach boy Rhy Bojd, lawyer, politicial and my townhouso in London had I above named book, and will begin long and happy life. at Hartford on Monday.Oct 7th. Ev Tho dark haired foreigner is and ten yards for eacb;glrl; married New embroideries 5c to 35c erybody luvited. canvassing for same in about two preacher, the brilliant but inconsistHe will speak at a Russian tho Do Vnurcs In- men with no children had to start Nprrlnl Notice. s ent nnd unbalanced son of au Misses yarn mittens 15c Fordsville at night at o'clock. It is the book for farmers, 7 Why send your clothes o(T to the weeks. sire, was this morning found troduced him to mo In Purls; ho from tho scratch. Tho courso was Ladies yarn mittens '.35c has written sovoral articles on tho ono milo on tho club track. Itwas . . $1 35 Ladles crochet woolen The Ohio County Pair just ended city to have thtm cleaned and dyed merchants, lawyers, doctors, and in dead in his bed at Paducah. UnusuAmerican woman's femininity. The won by a member who has .seven ; ally dwarfed, stunted and distorted man In uniform is a German but children. $1 00 was the most successful Ladies woolen skirts meeting of when Uncle Joe guarantees as good fact, everybody. f work for what it will cost SoTIl I should lail to tec ynu.cnll on nre those who grew up under the why go on?" flicking tho Ladles black hose Large crowds 1.' ' 5c any ol former years. page3 Never the Same. shndjw of a great name. Neither slightly. "I havo gained my point, and the gate re you to send off and have the work mejsjj Ladles fleeced hose 10c were in attendance 1 1 is sud of Horace G rceloy that ho genius nor what is infinitely bttter Ladles best black fleeced hose so to 40c celpts were exceedingly good. Long done? Uncle Joe, the clothes cleaner havo I not? You bcliove now that and dyer, will not leave as belorc onco said: "I havo mado plentyof character is often acquired through I occasionally inspire affection?" 30 to 35c live the Ohio County Fair. Men's home knit box m t stated, but will remain in Hartford , 30 to 35c Her tonn was wistful, though sho mistakes In my life, but they wero Meu's cashmere sox heredity. In this case there is a sugS. W. Anderson the wide awake until October 30th. 1805. All parties Now's the Time-IP- 1 always now mistakes." N. Y, gestion of sell destruction, but let us smiled. Peather boa's, very stylish . . $1 00 dry goods man, has rented the vacant J having clothing to clean or dyr, can The scriptures say there is a call it Pate and invoke peace upon the "How you misunderstand roe," ho Times. store room next doore, formerly ocs find him nt his rooms over the time for everything. A time to worn body nnd pert tired soul of the cried. "You know very well I never said you wore incapablo of awaking by R. fi. Shackelford & Co., I terfield meat weep, a time to sing, a time to last son ol the late hmsaeJ and evmarket, on Market Pastors of various churches are reaffection (you can mako any man and will put In a full line of clothing street, Hnrtlora. I have done work play, a time to dance, and a time er to be emulated quested to send notices for publicaLinn Boyd lovo you If you wish), but tho gamo in connection with his present stock. for Dr. J. S. Coleman, Rev. E. E Did you ever think of Loulsvlll Times. to PAY. onco won, tho conquest mado, and tion in this pap:r to this office net He began moving in last night. Pate, R. fi. Lee Simtnermau, G. B. this? In other words, what do later than Thursday, your interest in tho affair wanes Owensboro Messenger. Likens, D. M. Hocker, G. G Pair, you think about that .subscripM. I'. 4'tinli'rfnrt-- . that Is what I complain of, your ; Awarded The Coulernecelor the M.E Church, incapacity for appreciating n mau'a tion account you have been owing Prof. Wm. Poster has returned Rev. J R. Brandon, Dr. W, Alexan-de- r, Highest Honors World' Fair. met in Covington last week and made devotion." lol these many years? C. R. Mat tin, and others, to from Princeton, N. J , where he went the assignments for the ensuing year. Sho did not answer. The roses 011 to attend school. He came home to whom I respectfully refer you for re Some People ""y-t- M,The appointments are as follows for her breast trembled, tho. hand holdUnclb Jon. take his brother's place as teacher iu ference. Well I nra going to pay it off.but $ind ing the book clasped It a trlflo the Louisville district: Hartford College. Prot. Richard Fosstop and think "we cannot run" closer. We have received a copy of a unC J Howes, Presiding Elder. ter, who has been sick for several on such "promises." It takes "Of ull those men," hu went on, ique publication called II. M Greene Beaver Dam To be supplied. weeks, Is improving, so it is likely Your account may be "was thero 110110 wkom you could money. &Co.'s "History of Grain and the Bowling Green C. P. Adams. Prof. Poster will return to Princeton caro for, 110 ono whoso pleadings small, but several of them added Grain Trade of the World." It is Hardlnsburg S. W. Shellton. in a lew weeks. nwoko a responsive echo in your together amounts to something. printed in colors and is illustrated Leltchfield J. B. Ferryman. heart? Your heartl1' scornfully The big Daviess County Pair Is be with a picture some 6,ooo years old, How About Ynnr nw. obLouisville Trinity, J W.Turner; "why should 1 speak of what you do ing largely attended, and so far, is a from the tombs of Thebes, represenAccouut? Look at the label on Wesley, W B. Sneed. not possess?" success in every paiticular. Plenty ting the ancient Egyptians elevating "True," sho eehoed, leaning toward No Creek W J. Cain. yourpaperandgetyou a pencil and ol fine stock, good races, nnd an elehim; "long ago, ero I had grown bo theirwheat Into granaries. There is Sample To be supplied. paper, figure it up, and send or Worldly-wlagant dlspky in Floral Hill The bi- also a threshingsong in hieroglyphics, or learned to guard Scottsville J. II. Brown. bring ub themonej. nnd fence, to weigh and ponder I cycle races beginning Tuesday are the with the translation ol eachcharactcr. Summit To be supplUd. guvo my hoartuwuyl Gave It way most attractive feature of the lair. The book covers the prehistoric chan- MOST PERFECT MADE. Mr. and Mrs W G. Hardwick went Tompklnsvllle S. B. Wardrlp. to ono who valued the gift so lightly A pure Crape Creim Side shows are numerous nnd, the lew ol the subject. Powder. Free Rgyptian, Chal to Owensboro Wednesday to spend Vine Grove To be supplied. that ho beoively realized It was his. irom Ammonlji, Alumof Tirtirother adulterant. or any of 'small boy" is happy. dean, Assyrian, Babylonian, Persian, several days visiting relatives. Woodson ville--II Cr.iln up Inst to chivalry that JViid i)v; you. YEARS TUB STANDARD, ' " with Fail' Bros & Co's. Magnificent array of SSqw JUitll and Win der Goods, together' wiui magic lnuucncc of popular low prices inspire customers nttd Cloaks. Carson & Co. Don't (all to visit Carson & Co. Leave your orders with A. II Pale See our Wtnps. Co, Cahbon & lor Groceries. Carson & Co. New dark percales at Pair Bros. & The 1ato!t thing In n wrap is a Co. jacket with u ticler back and mandoSee I'd I r Bros. & Co's cloaks and lin sleeve. The collars arc black and cnpcs, navy blue. Carson & Co. Don't fall to" our new Dress y Col J. II. Powell's lecture last Goods. Carson & Conight was a grand literary treat. Kcad Pair Bros. & Co.'s ndveitlsc-meri- t. He pleased his audience from the be ginning and all were well pleased Fri-da- Indian, Chinese, Phoenician and historians are quoted. There is n very rare description of land cntavnnH and fea caravans. The history ol wheat in Ortccc Rome, and among theScythians, Celts, Gauls, Germans, Goths, Scots, Britons, Irish, Africans, Mound Bulrders, Peruvians and American Indiins, finishes the first part, or Ancient History of Grain. The put called Modern History deals with Venice, the Arabs, carrying of wheat to the New World, the Philippines, the Dutch, Antwerp, and the great mod nt,(na ' em Hllrnrif"itt nnrl Amio. -i. I A OALL. nd n giet many people will lo in Hart- fud. Arc you n subscrll cr to Tun RiironutOAN? II not jcu should call at the office and have your name entered on our subscilptlon list. Ifyou Next Monday is County Court EUGENE GASSEP Tint Keeps constantly on hand n lull stock of Sure to please you at Pair Bros. & Co. millinery. with his lecture. ..., aic n subscriber, look at the label pn ymtr paper and you will see how much you owe, bring thnt along with you. This week we have mailed sev-eihundred statements to subscrib fresh Bread, trolls (Jaies, gie., And in fact everything usually found in n pirsl-jlei- ss 121 Main Qonfeelion&ry. Stroot, Owensboro. and an eargerness to buy whiio all lines are complete and thus gives business an impetus, which keep our house crowded. Note these low prices on such articles as every ily must have, and that right away. . Confidence 11 and-So- 11 Nor-111- d 1 for this line, Wo guarantee to save niiv fnvmnv tnnnmr (&iL lliuilbj that will come to us .W.- I t ; p '.'!.". '. 8-- I2c iw G3 ... .... 8c - - Main-stree- No house in the county can sell you these goods cheaper than us. We positively can save you n e, te. Times-Democra- t. Wal-lac- e, 4: o 111 llriireil, 11 Children Pitcher's Castorla A real 8ooiI SILVER - g HirtiroraL,T3Ly. illus-ttiuu- one-hal- ... ... L .1 Our stock contains many other bargains wo cannot which mention hero. These been have goods Wes-cuplc- d bought for the Cash DR, ' tilCff CREAM BAKING CO POWIR ptariford Semplef faShions. 11 40 i IwW s&vt4raa Hartford Republican Friday, OcTonnn 4. '89s. CHRONIC MALARIA, A Following tho Hot Sums Voir Provalont DIsonso lnorof 1895. Willi three Inb1ospoonful8 of ride which has boon boiled In stock. Add to this n quart of consomme nnd season with cayenno poppor. Beforo serving tnko tho shredded meat previously alluded to, add to tho soup, and sorvc inn hot tureen. N. Y. World. - . ii Tho Gold In tho Sea. A wf fWH m US i i m w ll t The continuance of hot and dry for Infants and Children. weather Is sure to produce the prevalence of chronic malaria. The past summer has been exac tly suitable for Cordial, many Soothing Syrups, and the production of a great deal of mala most remedlea Tor children are composed of opium or morphine? rla. Even in localities where mala " You IttiOTT that opium and morphine ate stupefying narcotic poltont ria has been previously unknown Ho Yon ICnow that In most countries druggists are not permitted toteUntrcotlca many cases of tntlaria are developed. without labeling them poltom r This form of malaria is distinguished Tlo Yon Know that jou thoutd not permit any medicine to be glren your child old fashion fever and ague from the unlets J cm or our phj ilclan Lnotr of what It It composed I by the Insidiousness of its attack and mid the difficulty with which It is Io Voti Know that Cnstorla Is a purely vegetablo preparation, and that a list of lit Ingredients It published with erery bottle t cured. It does not come on quickly, like chills and lever. The symptoms no Yon Know that Castoria It the prescription ofthe famous Dr. Samuel ritcher. That It hat been In use for nearly thirty ears, and that more CastorU it now told than pester and provokesouietimes for sevw of aU other remedies for children combined I eral weeks before the patient is made 1'nr Utile. to take medicine. sick enough no Vsiil Know that the Talent Office Department of the United States, and of A scholatship in the Lexington other countries, have Issued excliuUe right to Dr. l'ltcher and hit assigns to use the word Slight, chilly sensations, cold, Business College. Call at this office tf " Cnntorln " and lit formula, and that to Imitate them It a state prison offense f sweaty spells, frontal headache, bili- for particulars. It will pay you. tp ousness, furred tounges, bad taste in no Yon Know that one of the reasons for granting this government protection The Grade Cards arc better, pretvat because Castoria had been proven to be nlBol utcly linriulcsa T the mouth, sticky mucous In the tier and cheaper than ever. Tbey are throat, constipation, languor, etc. no Vou Know that 33 mernifO dotes of CaitorU are furnished for 35 th hadsotuest in the market; just the A medical treatise on chronic malacents, or one cent a dose? thing to make a child feel jubilant, ria will be sent free by The no Von Know that when possessed of thlt perfect preparation, your children may and to keep as a souvenir ofthe Company of school. Drug Manufacturing be kept well, and that ) ou may have unbroken rest ? 35 cents a hundred 300 for Columbus, Ohio. This book is a Well, tlicso tiling are worth knowing. 'They are facta. tf fi.oo.at RErunncAEOffice complete guide to the prevention and cure of malaria in its various formes. Tlie fnc. la on every has long since been recogBlgniit "re of bZa&ffl&&&M wrapper. nized as the only infallible cure for When Baby wu tick, wo care bcr CastorU. the chronic form of malaria. While When she ra a Child, the cried for CastorU. Children Cry for quinine has become the standard remWhen the becamo MUs, the clung to Cattorta. edy for acute malaria, commonly agJyJtMiff:fii?tVVrTiTI When the had Children, the gave them Castoria. called fever and ague, many people have found by bitter experience that it will not cure the chronic form. By shipping to Hcrndon-Cartc- r Company, Teachers, we have an excellent line YOU CAN MAKE MONEY Commission Merchants, Louisville, Ky., cures these cases promptly occausc tncy are tnc largest ana most re of grade cards, printed on the finest liable commission merchants, and because they can handle shipments quick and permanently. paper. Write us for samples. and to the best advantage for the shipper. A trial shipment solicited. Write to them for quotations before shipping. Specialties : Eggs, Dutter, Poultry, EASILY SWINDLED. Good Old Granny Mctcalf, 86 years Fruits of all kinds, Beans, Potatoes, Onions, Hay, Grain. Headquarters for Furs, Hides and Wool. Capital, $40,000.00. Liberal advances made on conTho Stranger Was Too Ready to Help old, living at 61S Monroe street, the Powerful. Ky., says that Dr. Bell's Pine signments. General correspondence solicited. I was sitting In a railroad depot Tar Honey is the best grip cure, cough, lung and bronchial remedy In Buffalo, says a writer in tho De"Bread is the Staff of Life," troit Free Press, waiting for a train that has been offered to the people when a stranger approached me and during her life. Guaranteed by. Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. said: . "It's kinder queer how hard up Obltnnrj poller. itho best of us may get sometimes, Obituary notices will be charged ch?" for at the rate of 5 cents per line. It "How do you mean?" I asked. to The Purest, Strongest and Best. "Wall, I just met the governor is customary for all publications charge for such matter. These rates of Now York out hero, Levi P. Mor-toand he asked me for tho loan of will be adhered to without discrimiZerttmaomaUi ONLY 25c PER POUND CAN. nation, so please take note of it and two dollars." For sale by Stevens & Rial, Hartford, Ky. '"You don't say!" don't be oflended when we present ' "That's what's tho matter. Had our bill. Count six words to the line. his pocket picked and wanted to use Whenever a druggist tells you he two dollars right away. Ho didn't know what to do about it till he saw has something just as good lor coughs, grip, etc., as Dr. Bell's PineTarHons me." ey don't you believe it, for we guar EHb Wtn Ka ltv mm "You know him, then?" ante that is is not true. We make "Kever sat eyes on him aforo the genuine and authorize all drugHe Jest picked me outer the gists to guarantee it. The H. E. crowd fur a man who'd do him a Sutherland Co., Paducah, Ky. favor. He only wanted two dollars For sale by Z.Wayne Griffin & Bro. but I made him take three. He'll send it back in a day or two. Ever 81.000 In (Jolil Given Away n Prize. meet tho governor?" For the best pictures taken. On 'Tve seen him several times." November 15th, 1895, we shall give "Wonder how ho got his nose away One Thousand Dollars in gold Somebody will get this magnificent present FREE and everybody broke?'" for the best pictures taken by the who makes a purchase of $3 or over will have a chance to get it; the Camera. "His nose isn't broken. What sort drawing to be held January t, 1896, before a committee ol Owens-boro'- s The prizes will be awarded as folof a man was the chap you lent representative citizens, at the lows: $200 in gold will be given for money to?" "Red hair side whiskers broken the best picture taken by this Camera; $100 for the second best; $50 for nose, and two teeth out In front." MOUSE fourth best; $25 for "Gov. Morton Is no such looking the third for the filth best; the for the best; $15 $10 man. You havo been swindled by sixth best, and for the next 40 best f 5 somo sharper." each will be given; for the next 80 "It can't bd Ho said he was tho best $2.50 each will be given, and for governor?" the next 200 best pictures taken by the Lacrosse Camera $1 each will be "I might say tho same thing." given, making in all $1,000 given "And ho called me by name?" A complete line of Beb Room, Kitchen, Farlor, Office, Dining Room "So can I. You are James H. away. We shall do this for two reasons, and School Furniture with Prices lower than ever belore. We can sell Johnson. There Is your namo on your satchel. Is the man around viz: The first to introduce the La- you a bed room set for $10.50, or a sideboard for the same price, which will crosse Camera for 1895; the second, here, do you think?" These, however, are just to educate the amateurs in phonogra- make you feel good every time you look at it. Wo went to tho door of the depot phy. This contest closes on Novemsamples of our unequaled bargains, of which we have an immense house full. and looked around, and wo went to ber 1st, 1895, The finest line of parlor suits, Floor and Swinging Rackets, Desks and tho depot officer and ho looked This camera can be used byanyone Book cases ever in Owensboro. COURTEOUS and LIBERAL TREAT-MENaround, but tho "governor" had van- and is sold under a positive writteu e Goods. FAIR and HONEST Dealing, STYLISH and ished, as might have been expected. guarantee to do the work or money The VERY LOWEST Prices. refunded. "You ought to havo known " Sent by express with fnll instrucexclaimed tho officer, after givtions and rules governing this coning up tho search. test "How had I orter known better?" orderupon receipt of express money lor $1.75. demanded tho victim. "Didn't ho Remember, A Written Guarantee B. S. pick me out as a man who'd do him Goes with Every Camera. a favor? Didn't ho say ho was Gov. Address, LaCrosse Specialty Co. Morton? Didn't he pralso my Out oct. x LaCrosse Wis. in human natur' when I made Good Times are Here Again and the him take three dollars?" "You'd better go and soak your jCouisville headl" m W& "What fur? What good wfll ueniaii vo. soakln' my head do?" Tho officer turned away with a yW ffii( Is to tho front with au unusuallly attractive premium list. tired look, and tho old man sat down 114 Main St., and thought It all over and then said to me: Owensboro, "Yes, I guess I'vo bin swindled, and I guess I'm to blamo fur It. It's Ky. Will Commence a good experience, though, I felt so mighty proud about lendln tho governor of New York three dollars Painless Denistry a Specialty. that if a feller had como along and Our celebrated Crown and Bridge said he was president of the United Work or Teeth without Plates applied States I'd him over tho without pain and guaranteed to give nro acknowledged to bo Tho Fair Grounds at OWENSBORO, KY othersoven dollars nnd walked sixty-tw- o perfect satisfaction. Gold Crowns miles to git homo." $5 to $7 better arranged and are tho finest Fair Grounds in tho Stnto. Porcelain Crowns $3 to $4 Tho Race Track is a model for a half milo track and has been kept A STORY OP THE TURF. Best set of Teeth (no better made no in better condition this year than tit any previous timo. matter how much you pay) . . $8 A Mllo In Four Hours, Eleven Mln-utA Good Set $6 and Sixteen Seconds. Gold Fillings $1 up SPEED RINGS, "What was de tlrno dot you run Platinum Alloy $1 dat mllo In when you win do race?" Silver 75c No entrance feo, no deduction, Tho speed rings aro open without said ono jockoy to another. Extracting, per tooth 25c "Fob1 hours, lebben minutes an' Painless extrcting with Vitalized charge to nil comers. Ii your horso don't win it don't cost you anything. sixteen seconds." Air Tho show Iu tho Amphitheatre will bo up to tho usual standard, which 50c "Go 'long, man, whut you talkln' PAINLESS EXTRCTING by the guarantees world beaters and brings fine and fancy stock from everywhere. use of our Vitalized Air FREE when bout?" Here are a few premiums: "I's talkln' 'bout do troof. Yoh Attificlal Teeth are ordeted. Gold Filling in your Artificial Teeth see, dah wus threo bosses In de race, Saddle Stallion, Maro or Gelding $100 00 an' ob'ry owner was skecrcd ter win, same as your natural Teeth. ., 80 00 Finestallion 'caso bo didn't liko do odds, on' Offlco Pormanantly Registered saddle stallion, maro or gelding 70 00 wanted ter savo up 'is chances fob Located. Mure 4 yetua old and upuards 80 00 annudah spin. So In de homestretch Harnossstullion, maro or gelding ob'ry boy laid hlsso'f back au' pulled 100 00 , Moricn. de lines, an' kep' on tell do I wast CTtry man and woman In tho United Stallion, gcnoral use 80 00 and Whisky States bosses stopped, 'caso no one wouldn't aablta Interested Inofthe Opium on lima do Combined stallion, mare or gelding , my books 100 00 to hue one 11. M. woolley, Atlanta, Ua. 'long ahead. go An' dah wo stood, ytsei. Address Maro, general nee 80 00 'caso cb'ry ono cr us was boon' not lioi 883, and one will be tent you tree. GO 00 Doublo team ter bo a winner. I sot an1 sot, an' Uooil llmlirr. , , Harness gcldiug 100 00 do fus t'lng I know, I done got One of the best bathers iu this end sleepy, an' de hoss jes' notcherly of , 80 00 the State is located in Hartford Suddlo gcldiug, walked In 'forn I knowed it. I nebber Harness stnllloii 100 00 ,, . will b'llebo but whut one er dem and his name is E. L. Bulllnglon. Harness mora 8000 yuther boys dono got mo rocsmer-lied.-" His shop is located just above the Saddle stallion,, , '.. 100 00 Commercial Hotel, and lie always Washington Star. 80 00 , keeps everything in the very best of Saddle mare A Delicious Clique of Orabi. , 50 00 shape around his shop, clean, new Rockaway maro or gelding Pick Into shreds tho white meat towels, nothing old or shoddy abou Model ring 5000 from tho claws of one largo boiled him. Apply to tho Secretary at Qweusboro, Ky,, for entry blanks or premium hard-sbol- l crab and put It In tho lht. refrigerator In a covered dUh until wanted, Tako tho pulpy part of the L, D. Baer & llro. nro leasees of nil privileges, Children Cry Tor crub and tho wlilto meat that Is J. W. CARTER, Secretary. PJtchor's CastorJa found In tho shell and mince finely sen-wat- Prof. Hunlcko, of Washington university, St. Louis, Is about applying for a process by which, he claims, ten thousand dollars' worth of gold can bo obtained from at n cost of ono dollar, every ton of wateryleldlng from two to four cents' worth of gold. lie insists that no nation will hereafter suffer from n scarcity of gold; that gold will come from "tho vasty deep" whenover called for, though spirits rcfuso to como. Republicans of Hartlett's precinct will meet at the old school house Saturday night Oct. 5U1, to organize a Log Cabin Club. A good speaker will be present MOTHERS, Do You Know.m,. a I or Interest 10 I.ntllm. Wo odor no apology in placing bo fore you "TI10 Ladles Sale Protector," it is absolutely reliable, onslly ndjuslcd, (lien nut become mi'plaoed and insures protection. Cnn be worn when desired without observation or knowledge ol niiotlicr nnd prevent disagreeable annoyances untlor cer tain conditions. If) on uco it once you will never bo without it. It is laittiftil .Prtfo and roliablo friend whenever needed by fpeeml circumstances requiring its use. It is nn nrllclo every woman should keep ready tor ticu. It is simple to tiso, end Inspires conliilenco to tho woman using it, It is roliablo nnd cciontifically made, insures protection without injury to health, nnd nny good physl-clwould say. We nro ol tho ion that nontliclo linsover ijcen miulo which will givo ns much satisfaction to tho uomuiito to day ns "Tho La dies' Snlo I'rotrctar.'' Tho immeneo sales oi this article is n substantial Do not indorsement ol our claim. therefore experiment with nny of tlio numerous unreliable articles, ns it is both tlangcrqus lo health nnd expensive to do eo. Such experimenting cau only result in lots ol time, tlitap pniutmct nnd dismal failure. Ladles should remember this betoro ordering other goods uud not wasto tlicir timo and money on inferior articles, Tito bf tit is always tho cheapest. ''The Ladies' Safe Protector1' is soltl under n positivo guaramoe fbruso lor one 0110 year, with lull directions nnd is sent sealed in plain wrapper upon of express money order lor 82.00 three for 85.00. Do not wait but orAddress, Tin: La der at onco. vwwimmimmmmmnimmtmwmmmifmwm wwomi gSjkk Your Bi ! & Neighbor's " i (ln Says it saves time saves money makes overwork unnecessary. Tell your wife nbout it. Your grocer sells It. Made only by Clairett e Soar The N. K. Fairbank Company, St. Louis. IBM2KratKimSJmK31Jm32aKmj3maSHZrJK!EfiDJSi!lMHfl2Jt; pt CltOSSBSl'KUAI.TY a Wis. MOOT IN QUANTITY. Co., Ln Crone, j8 1 yr. DESTIN QIMUTJL Pitcher's Castoria. i 2 VERMIFUGES FOR YEARS WHITE'S CREAM,- (x I I VBn!Fu&7xlSMMBBmiRiliBBBU ' u J EVERY V Has lod nil WORM Romodlos. BOTTLE V QUAHAHTEED, MOLD BY AI.I. DKCOaiaTS. . ft ttcniatpsoi iidiciii co., st. tonv 20 ft ? i I .JSfX. SJ fi Ballard's Obelisk ftSK WHITER VKjjrffV rr. gMBgsj a, gs sented bv 3r Repre- CARBON AGO BRECKINRIDGE- -- .1 -- .j , DENTIST. ' Er H Hf H If! y. Is propared to do all kinds o Dental work at reasonable prices. Will open tho Fnll Term Tuesday, fc'eptcmW 3, 1805, nnd oontinuo 18 Oflice over J. W. Ford & Co's weeks. (jlaftcs Faculty HI-cIuStudents may enter at any time. Feed Sloro. to suit all. -- J373 ELECTRIC TELEPHONE Courses Tcaobers' Huiinew, Clawical, Scicnliflc, Telegraiiliy, Music. rent, Bold hL lounr fi OiSl.lVLrfirLj WOaLjrLj,EiGEl Mtriff nitwoYiuntrr bo na raIt AiUiu1? KftMavt la An glegani gili Uphoslered WfttMianbn rrmu K3fua lid tnl1t(ii r lTi On in a rdiilKa r mW neUbtmr. fla U nituvn t, no tors wmi tarwltore, unjri.tMj-'iWn thii lent? MitI 'Wr nn cmh Or!, Terms rcafouahlo. Jte Vahogany parlor gait. SS , lor m whan m ilft d! no ' u! nn hr nlf Rwr ortt of or Vr A rpiirinirr IttC" W irtniti I Wf in i T t. ), 3FL- JS03E3:3L.OXS.IJDE51i637, HAHDINSHUKO, KY. 1'iesiilent. 3F. Addre, S7V. 3D. LUCES. ilAHTroni), Kentucky, Will draw droits from n nice, neot cozy cottnpe up to a fine two etory house. Will draw plans Irco of Will mnkc careful ettimales charge. on nil kinds of buildings, and remod-a- l old botifea. Motto "Live and Globe-Democr- 1 sse 11 Wit iiiii REPUBLICAN Ull) lli Jl Ul it FUME TIE HUrmUD When eomes to garniture we are in the Iead. ONE 1 1 YEAR DHCisir'trora., nBLy- - let live." Read our campaign oflir of the nnd Tiik RF.runuc-afor f 75. 1 A RTFOIU) H Ii) PU B 1 ,1 CAN, Writc your name and address on n postal card, send it to Geo. W. lies Room 2, Tribune Building, New York City, nnd sample copy of TUB NEW YORK WIJEKI.Y TRIDUNH will be mailed to yon. latent and Trails Marks obtained and all paient Well-Mad- bet-terl- lusin.it conJucud f .r llllDr'Rii'K IEUS. Mr (fficeUlnlheirarae.ll.teirniiixiflhratenlOIBct, nd my facilities lor icurir patents sre unturpaweU Send model lletcherphoiographcf Intention, with, ("nct.ption andltatcmei t as to ulranlasea chimed. tltnrop im mnile fur nnoplnlon na lo tailing full Information sent free AU CobihIuuI. callosi ConsldercU a Strictly I'onHiltntlal. 61 LOUISVILLE FURNITURE HOUSE, WOLF.112 W. Main, palrnlnbllllu, and mv fee fr rTOKCuting the amplication trill not fe ral'rif llio pnltnt Im cil.Wsts. -- InvtMost' for unlit en. tuiut," Owensboro. FRAWKL.N H. HOUGH oss p strtMt. WAinisarow. e. c. POSITIONS GUARANTEED DRAUaiiO.VS PRACTICAL con-flden- under reasonable conditioni. Ho not say It can not be done, till you tend for free catalogue of 1 r fun THE FAIR FOR 1895 I IT E5 es ... jTlii8 - ...... "" ,....,.... moro by those who invest n few thousand. It is also n fact that thoeo who make the largest profits from comrmrit-ivcl- y rraall investments on this plan arc persons who live away from Chicago ... " J r.ut.-.l- l. ..llflllVIJIC, A Villi. and invests through brokers who thoroughly understand systematic trading. This College Is strongly endorsed hy Winkers and merchants FOUK veeka by nraualion a Our plan does not ifck tho whole amount invested on nny trade, but TWELVe weeks by the old plan bpeclal ad covers both sides, eo that whether tho market rises or falls it brings a steady H.fi.. iu oiiuiuiHuti, i cnmausnip tutu ICICK raphy Cheap board Open to both aeaea No profit that piles up enormously iu n short timo. vacation I'.ntcr now. tlallroad Fare Paid. WRITE FOR CONVINCING PROOFS, also our Manual on successrecently prepared ful speculation and our Daily Market Report, full of pointers HUUlli OIUUI. JVe '.'" on KooKkKLmo, bookt SitOKTUANO ano ALL FREE. adaptOur Manual explains margin tradiug fully. Highest ret ed to" home ttudy Write for ,rIIouiebtudy" erenccsin regard to our standing and success. circulara at once For furthor information address 52.6 mo l'llrwl Ilclilriff l'lle. Symptoms Moisture; intense itclw THOMAS &. CO., Bankers and Brokers, lug and stinging;most at night;worse 241-24- 2 Rtalto Building, Chicago, 111. by scratching. If allowed to continue tumors form, which olteu bleed and ulcerate, becoming very sore. Swanb'S KAST BOUND dialy dally Ointmknt stops the itching nnd bleed- I.OCIHVII.I.K.HT. 1.IID1N A TKX. It. 11 No. S2. No. M. ing, heals ulceration, and in most Lv. Henderson . . 7 20 a m 2 55 p m WESTBOUND daily daily. cases removes the tumors. At drugBasketts . . . . 7 34 a m 3 10 p m No. 53. No. sx. gists, or by mail, for 50 cents. Dr. Lv. TJ. Louisville 6 30 p m 7 30 a m Spottsvillc . . . 7 42 a m 3 16 p m Swayne& Son, Philadelphia, Reads 8 56 a 111 3 23 p m 6 45 p 111 7 45 a m Ky. Street Worthlngton . . 7 58 n m 3 30 p m West Foiut . . 7 25 p 111 8 25 n in Stanley . . . . 8 06 a m 3 37 p m , 7 30 p m 8 28 a m Howard Griffith . , . , 8 09 a m 3 41 p ra Willowdale . . . 7 39 p m 8 37 a in Moltingly . . , 8 17 a in 3 47 p m Rock Haven , , 7 47 p m 8 45 a m ONB OIVK3 nKUKl. Owensboro . , . 8 30 n in 4 00 p m Long Branch . . 7 55 p 111 8 53 n m 8 40 a m 4 08 p m Pates Brandenburg . , 8 04 p iu 9 0. a 111 8 55 n 111 4 20 p 111 Powers , . 8 13 p m 9 11 u m Rkron . . . . 905 a 111 4 29 p tu' Waitman Gustou , . , . 8 21 p ui 9 19 a m Lewisport , , . 9 13 a ui 4 36 p n Irviugtou , . , 8 30 p m 9 30 a m Cayce pm Webster . . , , 8 38 p m 9 39 mn 919am . . 9 23 n m 445 p m Falcon . . 8 45 p m 9 47 a m Iodiburg a m 4 51 p in iCAVtAIO.innUtMAKKS, Petrie 9 29 8 55 p in 9 56 n in Pierce Hawcsville , , . 9 37 a m 4 59 p m COrnTKIGHTS. Sample . . . . 9 00 p 111 10 00 a m CAN I OnTAIN A I'ATENTf For Skillman . . . , 948 a in 5 09 p iu Stepueusport . 9 09 p m 10 09 a 111 ftonipt.aniwor nd an hone.t opinion, wrllo to Shops 10 00 a m 5 21 p m M V N N tie (lll.i who have bad netrl i of Ir rears1 , 9 14 p m 10 14 a m Addison ipehence In the patent business. rommDntrt Cloverport . . , 10 05 a m 524 p in . 9 17 p m 10 20 a m Holt . . . lions strictly confidential. A IlnililbooU of In. formation ooncernlna I'ntrnln and bow to ob. Holt 10 20 a m 5 36 p m Cloverpott 9 28 p m :o 33 a m tain tbera sent free. Alto a catalogua of wecbaru Addison . . . , iq 23 a m 540 p ra leal and aclentloo books aunt Irte. . Shops 9 31 p m 10 37 a m 1'atents taken tbroiith Muun ft Co. recelea Stcphensport . . .628 am 5 45pm Skillman . , 9 43 p m 10 50 a m n, anq .tuiiuaiiiiuo nrieiiii no thus are brought widely before a inerirn the publlcwlth. Sample . , . . 10 37 n, m 5 52 p m . 9 54 p 111 11 02 n tu Hawcsville put cyst to tua Infentor, 'i nit spieuaiu paper. Issued weekly, eleaant ly llinstrtted Pierce , . . , 10 41 a m 5 57 p m br tba Petrie . . 1002 p m 11 09 a m lament rlrculallon of anr tclentmo work fu tba In Lod i burg ,. . . 19 49 a m j 06 ji m 1I''?rj.8,,Jr.T.".r" tent tiea Falcon , . Pauline 1007 p 111 11 15 a iu BJlllon. monthly, rnpiaa rear. rilntla tlio eoutatns Webster , . , . 10 57 a tu 6 14 p' ui Hipies, 'J., cents, rverynu Cayce . . to 12 p n 11 19 a m beau Iful platea. In olors, and Dhotomatiha ttt m Irvington , . . 11 05 a m 6 22 p m Lewisport 10 18 p m n 25 a 111 bousea. with Plana, enabling bulldurs f u abow latest dealens Mil secure contracts Addreaa tbt Guston . . , . 1 1 14 a tu 6 40 p Th Walttuan 10 25 p m 1 1 33 a m UUNN A CO. ftiw Youic, Jul tla'uowAV. , . ii22 am'6 48 p tu Kkron . Powers , . 1035 p tu 11 43 nm Brandenburg . 11 31 a m 5,58 p m To our 10 48 p m 1 1 56 a iu Pates . . Long Brntich . 1 1 39 a 111 7 07 p m We hope that all who are Interested Owensboro 10 59 p m 12 06 p 111 a m in helping us to push ths circulation Mattlugly ii 09pm 12 18 pm Rock Haven . . 11 47 am 7 14 p ni Willowdale of Tint IliU'unuCAN up to what it .11 53 11 14 p 111 1223 p in 721pm Griffith . Howard should be, will do what they can in 1202 pm 730pm 11 iu p m 12 27 pin Stanley . , West Point . . 12 05 p iu 7 35 p tu the way of securing subscribe! s. Wotthington . 11 35 p m 12 35 p m Ky Street . . 12 45 p 111 8 15 pm Call attention to the amount of. Reads 11 33 p m 1242 pm home news we publish every week, ( Spottsvillc II 45 p m 12 53 p m Ar. U. Louisville 1 00 p 111 8 30 p m H. C. MORDU8, G. P. A., and write us short and spicy news 11 5.1 P m 12 59 p in Sosketts , Louisville, Ky- A, r.Hcudersoq 13 10 a m 1 15 p 111 Items from your neighborhood, Returning prosperity will make many rich, biit no ulicro can they make so in uch witiiin a short timo as by euccettful Speculation in Giain, I'rovis- ion and Stock FOR EACH DOLLAR Invostod can bo matloby our Systematic Plan of Speculation originated by us. All'iiicctsslul "peculators operate on rt regular system. It is a well known fact (lint there nto thousands of men iu all parts ofthe United States who, by systematic trading through Chicago brokers, raoko large amounts every year, rongini from a few thousand dollars for tho man who invests a hundred or two hundred dollars up to 850,000 to $100,000 or fAOrTISS 1ST Investments. $10.1 uAwicte CtfCf7&, money-makin- g Penhiansiui-especiall- -- I R I P A N S ... ... ., ... 4-- , - , - ... H A 1 sHr tMhttLIltl.l.5!JlSg . .. .,