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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1895 hao1895101101 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. tf i- BABIES AND ofI In It ... CHILDREN LOVE fur n opium or other pelsenoua - rate " ro flfftPi 0WEHSP1MKMIXIUEE Tie OFFICIAL Republican ' i'l il'N,l).Al I' I'Ahi. II . ''" ,'V j hr I MM 26o. andCOo F.W. FLOYD in ih erscllctof a nmmnthyiicun for over tin years for Tstthlnc and Summer Com. plaint. No molhtrshouM be without II inechllj's itconj summer. AH DSAUR4, tin Utn uuJ . fffl t atrttr I OKMH OF TEE PARTY iH 1H2J0IJ5TH CONDRESSIOKaL DISTRICT. F Dottlii. Will tiruolioetunll cJJiirU'-;o- f Ohio ami adjoining comities, Huperlor Court and Court of Appeals Collections and nil legal business attended to. Offico 320 E. Mitrkel St. . BOOK mtD. K,. CO., Owintboro, VOL. Vlll. Ai' HARTPORD, KY FRIDAY, OCTOBEltji, plecffl nud forcing the germs of the dietane out of their hiding plnees and nnd thtu killing than with suitable girmicldea and at the same time wnshing them awny. When tints freed from the germs of the disease the granulations rapldlv henl and the eyes uuickly get well. The average timoTequired ranges from three to fito weeks, the extremes begin two elht wtcks. The expeiifive experience, which Dr. Williams reports, convinces him beyond question Hut the new method is the quickest, suieat nnd b.'St way t. to treat granulated lids J 895. NO. 11. Latest U. S. Gov't Report ifcLuSRil Jr- - !.. ttM. VN A a wwii iMrtiwy. ! illtat Kuril Iritfc n Jlib-- t tot MlftiW ft nil U (! rtra ! HMH'1 at ftwlM til Tn ft ihMhtitm, iMmwtliiar1sl flrtfbi, ft- lt Ha MftMt-Ibd rfaarrfsjl klffi IlUa tiii: voicii Nnim wtM im.tiiiM nV. PREK MEDIOAr, B0OK3. An Hoalth, A Highest of all in Leavening Power. ft iW, W. 1. IIARHIMIN bnkfnHflh,tnM'.(brp varrBHirfl Of'Mlar-'rt-- fin. li.- k. if, Olumljai. li tm nMHdbM4frraloililr 4i.ll - . Once ot Iluzsard's Hay, while (lulling1, I cat iinmiii, wondctitig. wlslilnij Tlint the piesldontlnl liiauaion t could hold till Hie wns o'er; As f pondered on the mntter, Suddenly I heuid a clnllet, Illustrated Olsr-aoes- . Book on Family rVtodtclnea. aud A. WKNSDORO, KY. Will prnolice his profowion in Daviess nnd ndjoliiui tentrnn give II ink of l'mr: oroe-uyiiui- LAWYER, ... .', : fRl (GLENN & WEDDING, , UlcilllV loM'almjatJcl $1800.00 GIVEN AWAY TO INVENTORS. month gtren awy to any on who p. phe 1 lltroufh ui for lw root nuntorioui patent duriag y mooth pjtteJinf MecureOio beat paUenU for otirrliem-- S and lha ot)cl of this offer it to a ocouraga Inventart to keep track of their bright Ideal- - Altht tttnt tun e with to iaiprtti upon th public tht fact that $130.00 every intcrniinslilechnttcr, from the sloping, pebby ohorc, "Some intrudetl" then I muttered, An ' Wonts official btead, well buttered, Some Intolerable bote, Seeking cfllrc, nothing more." icccntly publKHwl book, picked full of valuable inlcrniallyii for the rnnsics, will be irlt ffte lor n time by The Pe Drug Manufacturing Company ol Coltiiugus, Ohio This bonk contains nuiriYfbus philological nbd nuatomical llliulrnlions, conveying neonate null uselul instruction The book covers the whole list of diseases to vhfch the human family is liable, nnd gives the treat merit fir each ono,- - It is written in plain and chnstelapgtiage, expressly lor family use Itmtiins no reading or illnsttatiO.lijdjin objectionaI ble character. The author ol the book isl Dr. Hattintfri, who long and extensive experience has cimlik-him to speak with nuthoiily on all medical subjecK This book should be in every U'trily Another book, by the same author, entitled Woman's Hank book of Diseases, will be sent forn short lime to ladies only. TliU book can not fail to be ol piicclejt benefit lo the nfllictcd wonmt. It li.w load lo tho cute ol tlioiifnnds of suffering women. Thote prelerring Dr. personal advice should write, giving age, symplomj, and duration of disease. Answer free Everybody tikes for chronic malaria aud all forms ol nervous prrstration nnd 'fall biliousness. s. It is the greatest of tonics and ru-n- a ' e Hart-man's Pe-ru-- nn invig-orator- Jnn . LAWYERS, . r J0rrrKiJnclms?nJtMr) HARTFORD, KY. Ai I sat in deep reflection, Tninkiui; ol the next election, CADET SAVED DY A GIRL. J7ho Olnlmod IT 'S Tim SIMPLE.TJUVIAL INVENTIONS THAT YIELD FORTUNES, up tuchat tht"cirwlndow"Uchcaabrait1yiIIi Uhout breaVlnff tht pauenttr'i back, and down 'wuta-pa"nut-loc"coflif.buUon, "botito Hopper,' and a thousand oihet Ittlf thloai that meti any rat can fiitd a way of Improving! and ihsM idirplo iavtniioot art ttioonci that britifjirf eit Itturtu to the author. Try to ihtok ef lonuihing to inrtot , IT IS NOT SO HARD AS IT SEEMS. Patent! taken MM throvfh til trcrivt special notc In tin National Kecordef,1 publuhcd at Washington, In V, C twkkh U the belt newipaper publwhed In America V furnkh a yetiV the intemti ef inrentwa. to tht 1 Journal, fret fcf cott, to all our client. We alio adveribe , free f cott, the intention each month which wine our $ 150 and hundred! of thousand of colics of the "National Recorder," containing a iketch of lha wmncf, and a description of hi intention, will be teattcted throughout the United btate among capitalists and manuUcturcri, thtu btwtfng to their attention the merit of the Invention All communication teprded itiictly eocfidenUal. Addrcift & co.t Solicitors of American and Foreign PaUnO. john wnonnRDURN Box 385. Washington, D. C. V&" KtftrttvJItr tftAftatr. li 'nttftrtut 618 P Street, N.W., Mffwffll.irffiaaBii Ciitaapcakd Ohio anJ Southwestern R. R. 'Tlllif BUST DCTWtCN T-T- LOUSILLE -- IJro. - disease, and iu order to cure 'In convention consequential, it yoti must take internal remedies. In I be Cfunpnign presidential, Hall's Catarrh Cure is tnkcu internWill my cllotls be potential, ally, and acts directly on the blood iniluenli.il, nd my power nnd mucous sur face. Hall's Catarrh To Kcitre the place once molt? liird of death! O bud oi evil, Cure is not n qu.ick medicine It I'rausvorsitif; the sandy level, was prescribed tiy one of the best tie thou angel or glim devil, physicians in this country for jcars, h'oothe my spirit, sad and rare; and is a regulnr prescription. It is Will njjnin Ibis noble nitlon composed ol the best tonics known, Call mc to iliHt honoicl rttatiou?" Quoth the bnzzud, "Ni'vermort!'' combined with the best blood puti fie r, Nebraska State Journal. acting directly an the imicotiv sur lace. When the children drink bad water The pcrlcct combination ol the two ud eat too much green fruit, or have ingredients is what produces such be stomachache or diarrha't Irom wonderful results in curing Catarrh. ny cause, yon tucdn't be nlaruud Send for testimonials, free. bout them. II joit will get a 25c or V. J. CHENEY & CO., Props , ,oc bottle of Dr. Dell's Anti-1'luO. .bey will be at play in hall hour after 9 4t the fust dare. Z. Wayne Griffin & Sold by druggist, price 75c. t tit tonul x To-led- t experienced such dejection As I never lelt belote; Turning. I behold a lowly lluzzard, walking slowly Up and down the gravel flnor: On my Trilbies proudly stn'idlnu, .Spoke I llien in voice commanding: "felt mc truly as a prophet, What the UltiireliQs in &torc What for me it bus in stdrf.., tho Ownorohlp of a Clfjarotto Ho Droppod. with Catarrh Cannot bo Cured LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as To llnvo llren Olscsrerrd by the Tnctlcnl Officer Would Dare font Hint Ills Commlsftloit Just at Oruduntlnff Time A New Lrsrml. Glenoid sailed from F.ilin."uth wit" Will practicoHhelr profession in ai. tx company of thirty-twpersons, of tho courts of Ohio nnd ndioinini.' conn- whom eight werospnmen and twentjv uticsmml court of Appeals. Sp'ecinl were to become planters. Tukinga attention given collections. Also straight jcourso tiuross UioAUitrjlo, jNgtary for Ohio county, m inswrflT ST tiro Indirect coursoby the m ; qnpjtrlqs and tho West Jndres Which ikW-saiiiWlhad' 111 jlierio Jljen IpuiitieJ in oyy ngps tpVlrgliliq, at tho en ijof ioven o they cannot reach the scat of the Catatth is a b'ood.qt; conll- - cent graduating festivities at tho inllitnry academy, snys tho Pittsburgh Dispatch. Thoy danced, they strolled along Flirtation walk, they sat on tho historic old chupcl steps and smiled so graciously that every cadet heart was upset. But tho queen of them all was a black-eyeyoung woman from Michigan, whoso health will bo drunk ut every army post whero tho young officers of 181)5 aro stationed, nnd tho stories of whose ready wit aud audacity will be n West Point legend for years to d Tlioro were hundreds of protty jfh'ls from nil parts of tho country nt West Point, participating in tho rsr weeks Up gRwland In Masimchusetts bay, probably near what is now Salem haibor. Here a boat camo , .JfAllTl-OIlI), KY. off, of Masque build, manned by ojglit Wilitprnctice bis profession in Ohio natives, of whom two or thrco wens and adjoining counties, and court of dressed In European clothes, indi- AppenliA' cating tho presence dt earlier voy- - collections. Special attention given Office cast side of nuKi'i nfna It, flinan .trnttitW TTax-- . it stood to the southward, nnd his crow took great quantities of codfish by a headland, "ealtod Ry him for that M. L. HrjAvniN. "SurxTlv TAVTorT reason Capo Cod, tho namo which it IIEAVfllH & TAYLOR, PI! ' Y: f it f Sv ClosnoUl, retains. Hrurclon and thrco others wnntNpn sho'ro, thq first Engllshuicn who are tinowp'tojliaifo; sot foot upon the soil of Massachusetts. Xito rn ey s ai; Law, h. come. MtHlicr. AHD MEMPHIS. ALSO FnOM ANO TO CINCINNATI AHD EVANSVILLE. Ik mt purcbuc a Ticket NORTH, AST. SOUTH OR WEST Until jrou iMtrtcotuulttd iu Agtot of Ihe O. Q. c6 S. ' W. R. R. LYNCH, otH. pass, I.IUITHI) TKAIKH, l'UI,UIAN UUI'fKT bUlrHRS, MODHKN KOUirilltNT. , JOHN 5CHOI5, T. 11. am. uo. foumvaw. Kv aqt. I fc' k psaiiBUCKEYE I III - The bloomer girl has added n pistol panta pocktt to her lootiH, and carries a real bullet hurlcr The authority for the stite in it. mentis none other Unit one ol the oldest and nioit experienced cycling outfitters of the country a man who his made more plain nnd double skills for the devotees of the wheel than any other tailor ol either sex. The new fad is not confined to the but instead has bolder bloomcritcs, been boomed by the weak and mod-de- st whcclesses whohnvebecn annoyed by recent acts of ruffians on the road When the pistol practice bes comes p.ut and parcel of the wheeling course, those who pole pun at the cyclienncss in "kickers" will take desperate chjuces. It has been demonstrated that a woman can fire n bullet straighter than she un throw a stone or skillet. Wnat next? cloth-devouri- Jul, lrliilliie, The business public is requested" CURES NOTHING BUT PILES.? to call nt the office ol TlinRltrunucAS and see samples of its work in the job A SURE nnd CERTAIN CURE 7 If printing line. We ate preparaMo known for IB voarsnstho (BEST REMEDY for PILES. A execute all orders for job work on BOM) IIY AI.I. Dltl'ClGISTfl. V short notice and nt reasonable prices mtinltrlKSlltCOt VXD CO.. CI. LCUI3. 1IVU Our material is new and of the latest reigns and our workmen the very best Our woik will be up to date in The Lexington OINTMENT . Business College. (INCORPORATED.) n every particular. You orders are so- und. t When your child is eating an nplie or n piece ol bread put one of Dr. Bill's Tiny Tonic Tablets in it nnd if there is any constipation' here it will pass olTjust as easy. A'l dealers bell them nt 2 .son vial. '.. Wayne Griffin & Bro. - a f imesxrz best ggagsifeM K THE PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH. i ()nneettt tctt tht Mat A Jt M College ) Ofllrlttl fndorfcrmeiit, fliedoi ill a lrrlilrit hrcrclatry ntid rice, Trriirrr ot the Kcurlty Trual unj feAfety algnlnirHa Ililoiuaa, Vault Co lir.cosiMIINIit.It li V itaarmyofaucrotrul atudfitta, witOKitanlftrlee attgrigHto Itundi-tHlno- f per annum CliuuiMlan(ilolluV of itxr:Hi:K'l.N. neom whotho leading pro ar ia friends fft tonal and buiinfit men MjatVm patrons. lllKbrat CammonHraltU, rrnor ol theColl of thu Htate au1 tli & P4i tf;l.DIini)Al INMTllVC'UON 111 all drpartments. Ha tlnas Work. courae, l'enmanstilp. It mines Klll.i: with anyCommercial Law, Commercial Corrnpondencp, Arllhmetlo and Hitelllnic, 'OHITIOXH. -- "Our Junrnulr I'lan," Wrlto for It sent fri-p-. NTUIIY, Win savft you money Write 73,000.00 juarmitr that for Instructions, iur eCollege la aa repreantfil, or inttney refund J. i:m:uant mciv iiiimImj. owtiM, erected nnd furnished by us, tu meet tho requirements of rur practical system of Instruction t'uriinre llrnt, rirrtrlo Uajlit. IVuter. ticrreel ventilation. The tarvoat and most vet tffiy yiutnpd ItuslueM Cullese llulldliitf liitnaNiiiitli.fi. timVAIttM-Hnmeoollegwhose responsibility mats upon their word only, will tell you that they will glvo you tho "same," or a "mora thorough rourte," In "leas time," or for" lea to complete money' etc., than It takes of such claims,a re !! riHirsM with ut tlirv or rnle. Illuatrated Cutaloaue free. Addreu, t.C CALHOUN, Principal, largest Trunk I Inee In America Kndaranl by 'lriln Dispatchers, Hupvrlntenitetits, and S leMllnir rullwayand telrgrapb rompaiilea, the World owning and TUe Only SWiool In Hallway Hyatem for tho operating a (umplvto purpoao ot lUtlng Ui graduates tu gu direct to rood poAltlnniA practical operaton by mi vol In r plan, LITIIMTAM) lIMJIIkST AVt'AMUY. "All the lint rreiulums, Uolil Htitl llrtiinit MudaUnna iMplomas, eto ," at the Iitteruuttoiial Mid of tliilfr RxprMltloii, awnrded thfl lluok'Kre'plns' used In this tollrffaiHtni Henri 15 yrara of llimliirsa lirpartiiivnl eaptrt practical isrrrlentabookkvep rami art oun tan t, I1I11IIKMT A1VAICI OF ioitM'4 '0 MTJtlUAN KXI'OSiriO.V to' AimrlcanHya-len- i ot Hhorthand,1' taught In this Colleir, und luo Illshral i:Dlorrmrtit In tltr World to the ht'dof our Hhurthund Department un of thla nyttoru. rviK)rter, from Ti:i,l!JltAIMIV. the authors Hiiiiorliitrititrnt ufuitr Itatlivnyond Telrtfrttpli Hi atetu has u record ol II years' nractlcnl vxpfrlence from INlght Operator to thief Train Dispatcher, with the Dimti iialne-a- liistruetlun tnnVrnis months of nrtunl. lunrtlrat unert In eer dvart' Tim .llnmi'n I Astronomers have announced another eclipse of the moon to take place on Thursday night, October 17. It will be the first total eclipse gcuer-crallvisible since 18S8 The beginning of the visible eclipse will take place at 9:45- nnd Irom that time the circular shadow of the earth will occupy more nnd more of the surface ot the moon until at 1 1 :o6 the The mideclipse will become total. dle of the total eclipse is figured to occur at irs6, nnd at 12:47 lne eJe of the satellite will be ngnln visible. Prom that time the moon will gradually come more into plain view until x SSi when its round face will be o'lice more uncovered. - rllr. y il(lr (iriiiiiiliurit l.iiln. Dr. A I). Williams, oi this city, that for years he has been diligently engaged in developing anew method of tteatiiig granulated lids nnd has now pcrkcted it so that he makes the worst cases git well in fiom two to eight weeks. The new treatment accomplishes .in n few weeks what under the former treatment required from six to twelve mouths, with a good deal of uncertainty in the end. The new method has passed the expetimentaty stage, and has been reduced to a definite, plan of treatment that Is according to Dr. Williams, surprisingly successful. The treatment is surgical, and consists in breaking the granulation to ts All that I am my mother made me. John Qulncy Adamr. Nature's loving proxy, the watchII you want good reading, almost ful mother. Uulwer. frtc.take TJirUei'IWUCAN and All that I nut or hope to be, I owe in this to my mother. Lincoln. issue. Let Prunce have god mothers and All I'ICI-- . she will have good sons. Napoleou. Those who have used Dr. King's The future destiny of the child is New Discovery know its value, and always the work of the mother. those who have not, have now the opIf their be aught surpassing human portunity to try it Free Call 011 the advertised Druggist and get n Trial deed or word or thought, it is a mothBottle, 1'ree. Send j our nnme and love. Marchioness de Spodora. er's nddress to H 15. Hucklen & Co , If jou would reform the world Irom Chicago, and get n trample box of Dr. its errors nnd vices, begin by enlists King's New Life Pills Free, ns well ing the mothers. Simmons. as n copy of Guide to Health and Say to mothers, what a holy charge Household Instructor, Prce. All of is theirs; with what a kindly power which is guaranteed to do you good their love might rule the fountains of and cost jou nothing Williams & a new born mind.. Mrs. Sigour'eey. Bell's Drug Store. Unhappy is the man for whom his own mother has not madeall mothers Prof. S. C Stevens was here Sun-daveuerable. Richter. He looked more lonely than usual, he fears thaHre must so" jo Ever person, big, little, old or to Texas for his health. Vine Grove young, black or white, rich or poor, correspondent, Elizabethtown News. who has ever used Dr. Dell's Pine Tar Honey pronounces it the best Woman 1I11T Mlint run cough and lung remedy oil earth Why should notti lady be independIt's true, too. so we guarantee. ent? Everybody will respect her all Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. the more, whethershe be rich or poor, Tcircrniil) Olllrc Itoiunucr. and then adversity may come. Why A Loudon paper tells a story to ilshould ttot the wife help build the lustrate wouiau's tendency to change home? She will appreciate it all the her mind. A young and more for doing so. But the question woman entered Charing Cross Tele- is: What can a woman do? S. I. graph office the other day nnd wrote Bell Compauy, Publishers, No. 2018 out a dispatch to be sent to Manches- Columbia Avenue, Philadelphia, ofter. She read it over and rtilected a fers pleasent and profitable employand then dropped it on the floor nnd ment to ladies as well as gentlemen. wrote n second. This she also threw It will be to your interest to write away.but wai satisfied with the third them at once. Now is just the time and sent it off. The three telegrams See tbe(r advertisement on another read: I'lrst, "Never let me hear from .page. you again." Second, "Nooneexpects you to return. " Third, "Come home Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve is dearest all is forgiven." new and original in style of package and medicinal qualities. It is not onMnriliyYuur Cmillilcnce. ly a cuie for nil kinds of sore eyes but The success of Hood's Sarsaparilla is gunrautced to give satisfaction as in whatever an ointment for old sores, piles, etc. in conquering scrolula way it may manifest itself is vouched Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. for by thousands who were severely Port Salij: One combined saddle, afflicted by this prevalent disease, but who now rejoice over a perma- harness aud farm horse; 6 years old. nent cure by Hood's Sarsaparilla. For further particulars call on or adScrolula may appear as a humor, or dress Tiik Rru'UiiucAN, Hartford, tf it may attack the glands of the neck, Ky. or break out in dreadful runningsores I'rco l'lll. on the body or limbs. Attacking the Send your address to II. E. Bucklen mucous membrane, it may develop saminto catarrh or lodging in the lungs & Co., Chicago, and get n free lead to consumption. Come as it ple box of Dr. King's New Life Pills. may, a faithful course, of treatment A trial will convince you of their merits. These pills nre easy in action with Hood's Sarsaparilla will overand are particularly effective in the foundacome it, for wording upon the Headtion of all diseases, impure blood, the cure of Constipation nud Sick clarified and vitalized, and ache. For Malaria and Liver troubsystem is vigor, strength nnd health restored les they have been proved invaluable. They arc guaranteed to be perfectly to the body. free from every deleterious substance Au Arivertlariiienf l I lie pnper la and to be purely vegetable. They do worllilnnun lli Imcc. not weaken by their action, but by Mr. Sam Clever, n well known law- giving tone to stomache and bowels greatly invigorate the system Regul yer 01 Louisville, met with n Wilaccident nt this place last lar size 25c per box. Sold by week. He arrived on the stage, nnd liams & Bell's Druggist, Globe-Democry. 11 well-dress- ed very-painfu- -- Lextnstuti, K k fe "How lo Cure nil Nkln IHarnarn." apply "Swnyue's Ointment." No internnl medicine requir " Cures tetter, eczema, itch, ol' ed. eruptions ou the (ace, nose, &c.,leav' lni; the skin clear, white and healthy Its great hoalliiR nnd curfltive powers are possessed by no other remedy. Ask your druggist ior Sw.WNit's OiNTiUNT. 34 lyr. Simply Nlrnyed, One brown marc, about 16 hands 10 years old. She lelt home Tuesday night. Any informaleading to her recovery will he tion t hankfully received by Mrs, Mattle McGce, Roilue, Ky, tf ImMi ' Vy-vvaus A HAD TBiirXR and a bad liver you'll nlwayi Una Joliiod Make n notu of and too If It tiuo. Now, why not your naiunuiy together. this, Isn't high, about The editor who tries to please everybody is a fool, nnd it he Is afraid will do It for you. They correct your Uvor, clear up your ipteni, and of making enemieshe is a fraud. One make Ufa look different to ycu They do It In a pleasant way, too. They're the independent newspaper is of more sniallot, the (vuleut to take, and tie matt benefit to n community than n half natural remeay. Keep a vial of thoso tiny TelloU in your dozen cowardly popularitTboy'll Klve you a jxrman.nC y-hunting euro for IMlloutnau, Jaundice, Constipation. monstrosities In the Indigestion, BIck or llilloiw Hcadactios, ami The editor every derangement of tbo liver, stomacu journalistic profession. and Iwwcli. say something will be given credit for The makers aro so sura you'll la satisfied that they'll agrco, If you're not, to return, mistakes, and applauded for his courtbo money. years thoso 1'elleU Lara age. It his paper oflendslt is because For twenty-flvtold on tliolr merit. Why buy oilier pilU, it deserves to do so, but that necessiwhen I. 1 1'. aro " guaranteed" I EHrnbethtown News. There's notbiLg likely to to "JuU a good." ty compels. cllaiicot Dr.Heroo'a 'J6M? gfjo tunny ULpoiltlon a in leaving the express office for the hotel he had to pass an opening upon the square, caused by the burning of n business house. The pave, meut is good, but to step from it a twelve foot cellar will receive jou. Into this cellar Mr. Cleaver fell, sprainIt will be ing his ankle very badly. weeks before he will recover the use Columbia Spectator. of it. A Question of Ago. ' "You wheelmen will lmvo to pay a city tax on your bloyolcs now," Raid ono Plttsburihor to another. "Indeed?" nre printed, not they uro needed, but because thoy have como to bo used in tho French language ns it is spoken. Tho writeraaipuie4iJiat.$l.OS8,O0O is t)io annuaLcyst ,of this useless expenditure 01 printers' ink in Franco alone. Of journalfC printed in tho English lauguago thcro nro 17,000, and they aro larger. Ttvclvo'rJclrcent. of our printed letters aro skipped over by tho tongues pronouncing tho Words, and, so $7,000,000 is thrown away. Useless lettprshagoes on o say, fill up a largo amount'of spaco on paper, and In this wjiyJsjQSi SID.GOO.OOO among English'penkiug pcoplonnd $3,000,000 in France. Tho tlmo taken up in writing thesd useless toll on me, will you?" letters, If estimated at $5 rA'day pBr Sho went on with nu. appealing journalist, is worth $1,600,000. glance that penetrated the stern Grand total, military breast: "I would not have Sun. - 'Jm"1 it kuown." Trtn-- r Tho captain vowed promises. His Collected for, Both. honor as a gentleman compelled him Hero is a somowjiat n,ow story of, to accept tho young womau's word, haglynarj: but his oyo was fixed upon the cadot. ,tho Niagara Falls Jaity null gentleTwo tourists, a a "Como on, captain, or wo will bo late," said tho girl, In triumph, and man, stopped off ot thc'falts between as sho passed sho gavo tho cadot a trains. A hackmnii 'jMghgcd, therd for a brief tour "Tffslglil-scelngsmilo that stolo his heart away. consumed woo That night tho old stone buildings' Tho vlmo actuallyThri flfty-flvminutes, imckmansaid resounded with joy, and tho next genduy, when his diploma was handed ho must havo- ten dollnrs. The It, to the cadet, sho applauded him moro Hainan remarked tha$ wns an ho ,Thoilrive,r epjajned that than auyono else. had been of great assistance In pointing out tho plpyeof, JntcreSt Unshakable Defense. and stood firm. The getitioman pre; "Judge, yer honor," said Tim tho pared to pay under prdtuat Tramper, "I ain't guilty o' doing Unfortunately for I hlnisalf, 64 that job o' burglary. Do evidence? is handed the man a twenty-dolla- r bill. agin' me, but I can prove n alibi. ' '.'Do you pay for the- ady also,?" "Havo you any witnesses?" askod tlua hackman, proinjm "Nobody but moself," was tho re"Do I pay for tho IndyfflffRinted ply. "But 1 can trow the cold tho fore, In astonishinjjfltr ' "Of white light of Intolleck ovnr do situcourse I do. What do, you moan?" ation iu a way dat'll clear mo in flvo "Then there will bo' fio change," minutes." replied tho hackman. "My chnrgo "Go ahead." of - ten dollars is for ono person; "Well, do testimony shows dat twenty dollars for two parsons. Tho whoever dono do work got inter do, amount you havo handed mo is exhouso by fus' cuttln' Ids way wld an-- , actly correct. Thank you, sir." nx through dc front door, ti' then Buffalo Express. ngln through the library door." "Yes." Labor In the Northwest. "Tlioro fimo alibi, judge, yer Honor. J Is statod by an omiiiont author It vo 1 iook nice a man inui uu uo. tempted by any sum tor chop dat. ity that most lines of unskilled labor In tho northern states are monopomuch wood?" Washington Star. lized by tho foreign element. wocdjjL .GQOjOQPi-hKultlino- rt) ' o out-rag- e. Four marks against a cadet render him liable to dismissal, or, as caduts call it, found. Despite tho strict rules against smoking, somo ot the youngsters run tho chances of slyly pulling cigarettes, and, having no pockets, carry them inside the bauds of their caps. Tho last day of the four-yea- r course found ono cadet with three marks against his record. His commission in tho army was almost in sight, aud ho was hastening to the last duty ho would have to perform under tho rigid discipline of tho academy. On tho walk In front of Officers' row ho met tho charming young woman from Michigan, with the strictest of tho tactical officers stationed at tho point. After saluting, ns rcqrired, the cadet raised his cap to tho pretty girl, and a cigarette fell to tho ground at the tactical man's feet. For a moment tho cadet was almost paralyzed. A vision of tho four black marks aud u sense of the danger of being dismissed at tho lust hour camo upon him. The officer did not sec the cigarette fall from the cap, but his oyo lighted upon it at his feet. Tho cadet stopped an,ct stood at attention while tho officer looked uthlm for u moment aud then to stdrflly said: "1 shnll I'epprt you for smoking, sir." Tho young woman saw the situation and before another word could bo said stopped between the two men. "This is not his cigarottel" sho exclaimed to the tactical officer, looking him unflinchingly In the fuce. There was' a moment of strained silence. "Captain, you shall not report that cadet for smoking," sho went on, hurriedly, a flush mounting to her cheeks. . "Tho cigarette was not his, but mine. I dropped it. I know It Is shumefut for mo to confess that I do such u thing as to smoke, but lots of us girls do it," and she forced a little laugh. "You will not HARTFORD, KY. ill practico thicr nrofession in all the Com Is of. Ohio nnd adjoining Something .Borrowed. counties) aud 'in tho: Court ot Ap Thn lirMM pnqtnm et wonrlmr peals, special attention given to something borrowed has led tp pretty t collections.,1 Office, next ilnnr tn fancies. Years ago one of Bangor s Hank oi Hartford. loveliest daughters carried her mother's TacrKiTPitiiiJro)iT1?? . friend who was married a year later, und then a cousin, and so on, until now it bears quite a liistdry,' fot'no less than twelve times has It trembled ns tho - bride listened- to tho' solenin words which mad a ilicr a wlfd. Happy, happy bit of lace, how we'd like to tako'your placet Lew-isto- n ' ' Journal. - ; Perry WestVrfierd.'t .. Attorney at Law. BEAvtBDAir, Ky. Attorney' at 'i R. R.WEDDINJpiJJ a$, Hahti'OIid; Ky. Will practice his profession in all the courts ot Ohio und adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Office, room 20, Hartford House. ECONOMY IN SPELLING". Great Wasto of Money by Useless Words and Letters. Some French statistician has turned himself loose on tho subject of wasted words and letters. Tho4'i Ti'frtnli nrlrl Tt'iirrliol Innrvntwrna niA us ho proves with many figures, especially Open to criticism in this, r Hartford, Ky. matter, und money Is lost every year by lack of verbal economy. Tho WILL practice his profeeeion in all courts oi Ohio and adjoining, French language-- - contains 13 per cent, of useless letters. There aro counties and Court of Appeals. Spec- ' ial attention given to collections , 0,800 journals published in tho Office next door below Conimen nud they print' 108,000,000,000 cial Hotel. lottera-evet0 Jtear, so that W. H. BARNES I if II? II II c, 11,200,-000,00- Jo. B. ROGERS, : Attorney at Law.- HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in lb" qoiirts otUhiQnnd qujnjpingcounheia Carelulliitcrilion given-t- nil businesi entrusted to him, Office in Repub- moan Building. KYV Will practice his profession in ail th 'courts of Ohio nan Adjoining counties. vim mm unuuiiuu win uu given 10 at business entrusted lo his care. Collections a specialty. Offico with the county Attornoy. Also Notary Public Attorn y at: ' Law, HARTFORD, ' DEL 3rP. 3NT3ESA.IJ, , Aiiorney at jClv, HARTFORD, (Cbimly fforney) ' KY., Will practico his profession in tho Courts of Ohio nod adjoining conn-tie- s. Special attention given to collections. Offico in Courthouse. . Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. l JNO. B. WILSON, also Notary. Public for Ohio County. Office given col SPECIAL attentionabstracts, to Ac, making I ' North side. 'of publiospure. TLE DENTIST HARTPORD, KENTUCKY. Is prepared to do any and all kinda of Dental Operations, Prices most, Office over Williams &' reasonable. Bell's Drug Store. Vitalized air or laughing nlr administered for painless extraction of teolh. !P Dignity Rules the New Dances. 1 l'loaiant 1'ollati tho now ituys that nil owners of bleyelos nnd trtoyclcs over thontfo of fourteen yvnrtt, ushif; tho publlu hlgliwuyN, hliull pay fifty cents for oacli miiuhiuo." "That (lo(i.Hirtluuludo mo." "Wlmt's the reiuou it floQAii't, I'd like to bnpwV" "My blcyulo Isn't fourteou years I only bought It last spring." old. " Yos, Pittsburgh Chronlolo-Tcleirap- time-servin- t. e truntwonhv gentlemen orlur'na to travel in Kentucky for established, reliable Sa'ary $750 nud expenses, house, tjtendy position. Kuclnso reierenco stamped cuvelovcd and Tho Dominion Compniiy.Tuiril Floor, Omaha lll'lg., Chicago. lHOt "lUANTEDi Y Several With tho passing of tho twelfth annual convention ot tho National Association of Dancing Masters thcro is a feeling loft among tho ocal devotees of Torpslchoro that tho apotheosis of dancing Is t hand. The thrco now dances adopted, nnd which will bo 6eoJi ut tho assemblies und balls of tho coming winter, aro. suggostlvo of tho days of Charles II. Thoy uro full of statuesque poses, and tho gyrations nro of the slow, dignified chnractdr of the 'ntniiet a Polton," or Its progenitor, tho "Pavano." Thoy aro tho "Agnthe," tho "Lorraine," and the and thoy nro entirely new Philadelphia in overy respect, "Ells-worth," cur wnicli bad pntcu two urrra twled In bcr broast,sml wliKh tbu txwt pbysiclsns of lbs sarrODudlng oouptr trcatcJ. uul pronouuceU In curabla. Ilcr rjrsnilowlher aiul sunt but aleJ ot Mr, A. II. Cransbr, ot Ho. US KerrBt. llonipbls, Toun , wrltus that oU lle baa co. S Pros. First Whlte'Men In Massachusetts. On March, fl. Yrw Rirth'ihuiiow and when told thKthamosI Muinoot specislUU OI treat-lue- ot York, tinder wboso al sho was placed, bercasowas hopelw All treatment having (aUed, eb vos Blren up to dla H. H. fl. was reeommonaod, mar mi .sstonlihlng' a Itcured aeutt. a few bottles Ler aKwiul andiWeU. & Our treatUo 'on tbu ols-4t- ua vlll ba sent Irea to "t ".Ureas. aar BWIFT SPECIFIC CO, AlUnU.C4 xr edition of the The Twice, New York World has been converted It furnishes into the Thrice-awec3 papers ol 6 pages apiece, or eighteen pages every week, at the old price of One Dollar" a jear. This gives 156 paper a year for One Dollarnnd every paper has 6 pages eight columns The wide or 48 columns in all. Thtlceu week World is not only much larger thuu any weekly or newspaper, but it furnishes the news with much greater freqency and In fact it combines all promptness. the crisp, fresh qualities of a daily with the attractive epecial features of n weekly. We have made arrangements to World and seud the Thrice Tint RitruuycAN for only $165 per ycart' Subscribe atonce. Yours, k. semi-weekl- Now York World. ', tj , , THlUtlU'yBIAN,, U ... ..' 1 muiAiiLui ASBHTS. 11 1 roecnt athletic contests at New York between tho American and English athletes tho Americans damo out victorious in ovcry contest. In tho THE STATE DEBT. Comparison of 1 ing Fund. Thaifollowltig figure are from the Auditor's report for 18931 Balance In treasury . Bank stock Internal improvement Total . . . , THAT LIE About Manchester. A Neuralgia Ii the rrajrer ot the Nertes I'or Tun campaign of Col. Bradley is a continuous ovation. Ho is ovcry whoro Evimet by enthusiastic crowds. dence of a big Republican victory next month is still piling up. W. S. Taylor, of Morgan-tow- n, Republican nominee, for Attorney General, is making friends in his convass and everywhero maintains his reputation as being ouo of tho A licst stump speakers in tho Slate, : tucky's Financial Condition in 867 and Her Condition Now. Ken- $161,068 91 $40,600 00 $ Job, 000 00 $701,668 pt assets MAIilMTIKS. . Juihie Nearly Two Million Collected from the Federal Government In That Time. 37H3E3 DBIC31-- GASH STORE WILL BE HF'ODFt WIDE OPEN OHIO GOUNTY TEACHERS OSrESIXlT sentatives being present and taking part. The start was lively, and free from personalities. good-nature- Surplus of Six Hundrod Thousand Thonj n Doflclt of Slxtoon Hundrod Till-- county canvass was opened at Total liabilities Thousand Now. Houso Monday evening, the Court Dcductnsstts all four of tho candidates for Reprewhat Tin; iti:roiiTs suon Taxpayers, regardless of their party relations, have a right to know exactly the condition of the public treasury; have a right to n clear, concise, business-lik- e statement of nil the financial operations ot the treasury during any epoch; have n light to nil information which will enable them to determine whether their affairs have been wisely or unwisely whether taxes have been too high or too low; w'lethcr expenses have been too small or extravagant. In the Democratic platform It is declared that in 1S67, when the Democratic party "came into power," there was an actual deficit in the Sinking Fund, as compared with our indebtedness, ol 900,000. It fuither declared that the bonded indebtedness has been reduced to 5650,000, with available assets to meet that sum, leaving us debt tree. In other words, if his statement be borne out by the official figures, the State in 1895 is $900,000 better oil than in 1867. It is a matter of some importance to know what was theactual financial condition of the treasury in 1S67; until that is known we cannot tell whether it has impioved or whether it has grown vorse: In 1S67, Gov. Stevenson, in his message to the Legislature, refers at length to financial matters. He says "the financial affairs of the State are in a most prosperous condition," and then he states in detail jut what this condition is. First, he says, "the debt of the nun-.age- Military bonds Bonds of 1885 Railroad scrip Bonds of 1835 Bonds of 1846 School bonds of 1870 School bands of 1S85 School bonds of 189s . ...... ... . Prompt and Full Response to This Silly Slan- Pure Blood rains Itelleted Mood Purified ami Nervos Mado Strong by . . . $174,00000 $500,000 00 $394 00 $5,000 60 $1,000 00 $1,327,800 00 . $378,9(6 71 . $606,630 15 $2,992,990 86 $701,66891 der. A Hood's Sarsaparilla "It rIvcs ma great plea'iure to state What Ilood's Bareaparilla hae done for tnt and my wife. Bhe lias boon aflllctod with neuralgia pains In her head for six yean and It nettled In her eyes. At times eht Would be totally blind and bavs to itay iu n uatit iuuui SCHOOL TEACHER. He was Arrested for Car- 0 rying Weapons, Nothing- More. . . NO "NEGRO" DEPUTY. Anjl.nily A linn I The assembling of United States War ships in Southern waters Is supposed to mean that our Government proposes to enforce tho Monroo doc trine in connection with lintisli en. croachment upon Venezuelan territo- ry Business Mr. S. V. Cowi-roManager of Madison villo Ztutrr,dicd Mr. Compton was a last Saturday. popular and energetic man, loved and respected by nil and in him the Kentucky press loses a valuables and esteemed member. d; SATURDAY. t i i pijy TJ u i JQU i AJ L, JLji U'JU tJ Td. .. MAttflffMM i .a. J i.. j w niimnij Have been made to give the Teachers the "' Hotf. Lucas Moore, of Marion counly,Republican nominee for Commissioner ot Agriculture, is a young man of ability and splendid attainment. He is a typical Kcntuckian, and is one of tho most successful and energetic agriculturists in tho State. Gen. Buckner and Judge Lind-scare having a hard time of it in convincing the Kentucky Sound Money Democrats that they should forget their principles and support Hardin. To thousands of conscientious Democrats principles are dearer than party. y $2,291,321 95 Actual deficit This shows a deficit, or 1111 excess of liabilities over assets, of $2,291,-3- 21 95, front which it is only fair to deduct the Increase! resourced of the Board ol Education, $606,650 15. This leaves n net deficit of $1,684,-6- 71 40, and it is stated in the fourth resolution of the Dcmocartic platform that the assets of the Sinking Fund more than qual the bonded indebtedness of the State. It may be said, why not deduct all these bonds held by the State? Because Gov. Stevenson includes them in 1S67. when he says the Stitc debt is $.(.611,199 46, and they nre included in the calculation by which n deficit of $900,000 is figured out In 1867, and so declared in the fourth resolution ot the Democratic platform. Instead of this, the companion shows that during this period the expenses ot the State have so far exceeded its income that n surplus of $621,242 83, ' existing October 10, 1867, lias been y wiped out aud that the State owes $1,684 671 40 over and above .... lleiiltirky rniirlri-Joiifiin- nil. Hum .M oil nlntn AiiylhiiiK Known In 1 lA?rv (or months. A short time Co we began us Ins Hood's Banapaxlllaand today, thank Uod, she Is able " -1'- 'Hint llin .Near., TroultlliiK llirm il lnr.llii A lull llir r i:nllrr I'nttr, not JIr.Ir.TIfm.H. Mnnamakiir JadJonta, Alk. nj " Ytf (The following is the truth about the shameless falsehood clipped by The Hattford Herald this week trom to 'attend to her houiehold da t lee, Jl which iho had not vaniww the Courier-Journal- ;) BEST BARGAINS Ever offered in Hartford. CALL AND SEE US BEFORE Purchasing elsewhere and be convinced. J. AM B. FOSTER J Proprietor. The muukmiu . in a recent interview, claims Hardin's election by 20,000. Heretofore in Gubernatorial years the Democracy has claimed Kentucky by anywhere from 40,-0- 00 to 60,000 majority. But Sena- Commonwealth is $4,611,199,46 " This debt includes bonds held by tor Blackburn is too enthusiastic by the Board of education, which are a just about 30,000 or 40,000. perpetual charge on the State; a debt Hon. Georoe W. Loxo.of Lcilch-fiel- bearing interest, a debt representing Republican nominee for State money expended, and while it does Treasurer, is a business man of great not require a levy to meet the princiability. He has been successful in pal It does rtquire a levy to meet the his own business and this recommends Moreover if we include these bonds him as being competent to attend to inthe business of others., He will make in the obligations in 1867, and clude then in the obligations in 1895, official and deserves the supa good the comparison is just. port of the people. Then, according to Gov. Stevenson, Mr. I. E. McClure, of Beaver there was intbeTreasury ot theState, Dam, has taken charge of the me- to the credit ot the Sinking Fund, on chanical department of the Grayson October 10, 1867, St,SJ9.783.34 Gov. Stevenson includes among his Eagle. Mr. McClure is well known assets stocks in various internal imin Hartford where he lived a number provement companies, the nominal of years, and while here founded The value of which was $4,800,000. NothKEruuMCAN. He is a newspaper ing has been realized on this stock, man of much experience and we wish and the only fair estimateof its woith him much success with the Eagle. is based on its earning capacity, that is fixed by the Auditor at Chairman Likens is a good citi$500,000, and this valuation will be zen, a popular gentleman, a success-lu- l used in this statement at both dates. business man and an excellent The Sinking Fund in 1867 held Circuit Clerk, but when he plays tho railroad and bank stocks of the value role of a political statistician to prove of $1,272, 819, 50 that all but 108 Republican Populists According to a statement furnished have gone back to their party and The Evening Post from the Auditor's that the Democrats still veto the office the State has, since October 10, Populist ticket, ho is getting entirely 1S67, collected of these claims$i,333,-189- , beyond his depth and he should have Claims on Federal Govern30. a guardian appointed. Camo ofT, ment. According to thestctement furnishGabe. That "Summary" won't hold ed The Evening Post from the Treasshucks. to-d- ay Senator Blackburn, the assets of the Sinking Fuud. This statement is submitted in order that the taxpayers may see that the tax rate has not been high enough, and that it is useless for them to delude themselves with the belief that the rate to which they have been subjected is sufficient to meet their expenditures. Under the constitution the borrowing power ol the State has been exhausted. Moreover, all of its available assets have been exhausted. Hereafter the Legislature must do one of two things It must curtail expenses at Iaeat$8o,ooo or it must increase the revenues of the State to that amount, else the State will have to apply to the courts for the appointment ol a receiver R. W. K. A Miulllr In tlipf'rtf-Trnit- r Drill. The New York World, which has a e bad recurrence ol its attack f craze, said: "The people can be trusted to temeruber the operations of the McKinley Tarifl and to obscrva the effects of the present one." We hope so. The ' operations" of the Mc Kinley Tat iff will bear strictest scrutiny. It was not an ideal Portec-tiv- e Tarifl, but the principle on which it was based was right and has stood the test of time. "They know," added the World, "that there was no increase in wages to correspond with the increase in duties under the McK.nley act." We answer that the McKinley act maintained wages at the high figure they attained under Protection until e the success ol the party temporality, by the election ol 1892, spread dismay among manufacturers and forced them to reduce wages and, in many cases, to suspend business entirely. By staving off the Free-Tra- de schemes that were put forward so audaciously, the McKinley Tarifl put millions ol dollars into the pockets of American wage earners "They know," continued the World, "as the 'shopping woman' tole Mr. Reed that there was an increase in prices." In some instance exasperated importers and silly retailers raised prices for effect in order to bring the McKinley act into disfavor. But the general effect ol the McKinley Tarifi was to maintain wages; to stimulate home industry, increasing, perhaps, the prices of some luxui Irs while it admitted free such raw material and necessaries of life as could not be produced at home. The World also observed that "what the country is much more interested in, however, Is the rise in wages, the reduced cost of necessaries and there-tur- n ol prosperity under the Demo-ctati- c Tarifl." Here our Free-Tracontemporary applies the term a "Democratic Tarifl" to a measure whict differs so radically from that sent to the Senate from the Democratic House of Representatives, that it was repudiated by its party. The Free-TradFree-Tradde MANCmurrHit, Kv Oct. 8. Tho story which the Courier-Journprints to day, dated Manchester, Ky., and nffecting to be a "true" story of the Brntlly rally at this place last Friday, it a tissue of falsehood from beginiug toend. It is only true in the sense that it is in Hue with the policy of malicious and deliberate and falsehoods misrepresentation whlch'that piper his pursued nil through this campaign. The people nre so familiar with the tactics of this journalistic parasite, which, while It is too cowardly to support Hardin in llA rMltt..tnl Miltlllln. i.iAnlf.ala 1, n most disieputable partisanship in its news columns, that any correction of it would be unnecessary were it not 1 years. My own caie was lomewhat slmi lar, and ilnce talcing Hood's BanaperllU tho Inflammation baa left my eyes and my health nerve bare become quieted. My(or ier today is better than It baa been erat years. I am ffalnlnff In atrenuth and I (eel like a new man?' Wiujam U. Hood's Pills SV Cures "Hood'a Atlcaniae. b1"1 made ni perteot tn proportion and appearance, sseperbox. , m Nunamacer, Judoiila, To tho Voters ot Ohio County I'kllow Citizhns. I anibcfotcyou that the Courier-Journ- has malic- iously slauderdcd the people of this town and county. They feel that they have bten unjustly slandered by Hardin in his flings of pauperism and idiots. The facts are these: After Col. Bradley had finished his sptcch here as the Populist candidate to represent Ohio county In the Lower House and am asking the suffrnge of every If electhonest producer of wealth. ed, I pledge myself to work for the best lEtetest of Ohio county, and look after and guard your inteiests to the I promise also, best of my ability. that my vote for United States Senator shall go to that candidate whom I think will best subserve the great majority of Kentucktans on the currency question, viz : The enactment of n law far the free and unlimited coinage of both gold mid silver at the present legal ratio ol 16 to t. Noone will appreciate your vote more than myself. Rcsp'y, J P. MIM.RH. IliiST Salvk in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chap- ped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Hruptiont, and jtosltively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaeuion or tuotey refunded. Price 25 cents per box. FOR SAI.K BY Williams & Bell. tf a gentleman, at the time unknown to everybody in the house, made his way toward the platform, asking the people to remain. It proved to Ire Prol. W. F. Hioklc, a school teacher of the country. lie rushed to the stand uninvited. He had been iu town all day and had had every opportunity to ask for a division of time, yet he did not. Nobody introduced him. The people did not know whether Prof. Hinklc was a patent medicine vender, or whetherhe wanted to make a political speech, aud began leaving the house. Col. Bradley was gathering his papers together when Hinklc began speaking, and seeing at once that he wanted to reply to him -- Col. Bradley-h- e arose and requested th people to listen to Hinklc. Col Bradley did not remain, because he had to go to McKce, a distance of twenty-eig- ht miles over n rough road, and had no time to wait, so he finitely passed out. The people did not want to hear Hinklc, and kept leaving the house. The oratorical Professor, however, cared nothing for this. He spoke and spoke and spoke until one by one his auditors had all gone. The County Judge then approached the speaker and told him that he cuuld sec no use in his speaking to empty benches. When this was said the oratorical Professor became the obstreperous Professor. He reached for his saddle bags and defied the County Judge and the Sheriff. They simply took hold ot the man and disarmed him without offering any violence whatever to the man. He was arrested for carrying concealed weapons. There were absolutely no attempt to intimidate the speaker. Nobody objected to his speaking. Those who din't want to hear Mr. Hinklc simply left the room quietly, and offered himnodisrespect. The only reason that the Sheriff approached him was because it was late and nobody was there to hear him, and the Sheriff wanted to close the Court-hous- e. Tim Bucklon's Arnica Salvo. Areeitl3oo?I SILVEB and interest. GOLD Homer Hampton, Agt, I have secured the agency for the above named book, and will begin canvassing for same in about two weeks. It is the book for farmers, merchants, lawyers, doctors, and fn fact, everybody. OaTK 1 should fail to see you, call on Hartford Republican rvBuanai every Friday JO. D. ROOEIUi A. AXDEIMO.V. Cuban Revolutionists are still making life both interesting and rnisi erablo for the Spanish authorities. ....rroprletor. Editor. The Daily 2K6ime,tbe new Owens-bor- o Subscription, $1.25 por year. Friday, Octoder ii, 1895. paper, is making a good impression and is growing in popularity. Republican Ticket. Governor, COL. WM. 0. BRADLEY. of Garrard county Another Indian outrage is reported from Jackson's Hole. That Hole is getting to be a nuisance and it ought to be filled up. Bradley voted for that negro not because he was a negro, but because he was a Republican, while his oppo. nent was a Democrat of the rankest type. The Free Silver Democrats of Ohio are making great efforts to defeat Senator Brice for They need not trouble themselves, the Republicans will attend to that job. TO" THE Lieutenant Governor, WM. J.WOKTHINGTON, of Greenup county. Auditor, SAM H. STONE, of Madison county. Secretary of State, CHARLES FINLEY, of Whitley county. Treasurer, GEORGE W. LONG, of Grayson county. Attorney General, JUDGE W. S. TAYLOR, of Butler county. Supt. of Public Instruction. counties, Iowa, the Republican concould be civilized about the last asyvention adjourned sine die, after of Pulaski county. lum fortius business would be closballots. Each counnty has uatm ed. They would then have to leave Rigister of the Land Office, cd a candidate. the United Slates or take to tho woods CHARLES O. REYNOLDS, when they wished to fight. Speed tho of Fayette county. "An Appeal to Democrats," is the day. Commissioner of Agriculture, subject ot a card in Tuesday's Owens Mr. Georoe W. Davie, who has LU0A8 MOORE, boro Inquirer beseeching Democrats just returned from England, in speakof Marion county. of that city to register. It has been ing of English and French investsuggested that the article bears the Railroad Commissioner 1st Diet. ments in African mining interests, car marks of a well known and popuJERRY R. PORTER, lar politician and lawyer in Hartford. suys: of Hickman county. "America is lit quarantine, and Tun Louisville Evening PoH says will remain there until it is settled For State Senator, once for all whether we are to have of one of Gen, Hardin's pctargumenU: silver or gold as DR. A. D. JAMES. the basis of our finan"Hardin has proved to his own sat- cial system. In the meantime millFor Representative from Ohio County isfaction that the 'crime of '73' had ions ivliich should come to America C. M. BARNF.TT. caused cotton to sell for 5 cents a for profitable investment are sent to For Coroner, pound. Just as this tremenduous arAfrica to be put Into mythical gold gument was being used with great mines, or spent in buying shares at n I,. W. HUNT. power on hisawe-strucaudiences the hundred times their earning capacpesky stud is In great demand at 8 ity." Now's the Time cents." And yet the Free Silverites insist The scriptures say there la a Hon. C11 Aiii.tH Fini.ev, Republican that their fad will alone save the countime for everything. A time to weep, a time to sing, a time to nominee for Secretary of State, is one try. play, a time to dance, and a time of tho brightest young men in KenIn a work known as "BioDid you ever think of tucky. His father has dono as much to PAY. Lau-ma- u do or more than any other man for the graphical Annals" by Charles this? In other words, what and published in New York in you think about that subscrip- success of Republicanism in the tion account you have been owing State, and Charles is as gallant a 1887, may bo found the following mention of a former prominent citilo! these many years? fighter as his illustrious sire. The sketch is as zen of Hartford. Some People say N So far Dr. A, D, James has no follows: Well I am going to pay It off.but Samuel O. Peyton was born in Bui-listop and think "we cannot run" Democratic opposition for tho Senate. county, Kentucky, in 1804; re- Dr. James is very popular throughpromises." It takes a good common school on such feived in Hartford, Kentucky, Your account may be out the eutiro District and his trimoney. to the small, but several of (hem added umphant election has been a foregone and adevoted two years medicine,duties and of clerk; studied together amounts to something'. conclueion from the time of his nomi-tio- graduated at Transylvania University it is unusual that tho Debut In 1827; In 1835 was elected to the How About mocracy should be without a candi- State Legislature; was a RepresentaAccount? Look at the label on tive In Congress trom Kentucky from date. yourpaperand getyoua pencil and 1847 to 1849; was also elected to the ConThirty-fiftand Thlrty-slxtpaper, figure it up, and send or gresses, serving, during his last bring ub the money. term, as a member of the Committee CUJUy WnlNt All list tAllS, I on Public Buildings and Grounds. TutMGwJL Couh H Bwt In tlma.Sirup. tf dnicuLU. Um I fluid Cry Died in Hartford, Kentucky, in Jan I aty, 1870." W. 7,-1k lt n, J. DAVIDSON, A whopper! The Herald says near ly one half of the Republicans in Governor Culbertson convened Kentucky are negroes. As big a one tho Texas Legislature in extra session could bo told by faying that negroes to pass a law that would prevent the s compose about one third of the Dem fight from comocratic vote in the State. ing off in the State, and Governor Brown is seeing toitthat tboMurphys In tho Republican District, com- Grifiin contest docs not take place in posed of Humboldt and Pocahontas Kentucky. It Florida's officials Corbet-Fitzsimraon- ury Department at Washington, the Federal Government has, since October 10, 1867, paid on this account to the State of Kentucky $1,496,174. The discrepancy, $162,984,70, is probably the commission paid the claim agents of the State in Washington, the Auditor reporting the net proceeds. This, however, is a mere surmise. During the war the Federal Government levied a direct tax upon all the States. This tax was paid from the general fund. In 1892 it was refunded to the State, and must, therefore, be included among the available assets in 1867. It amounted to $606,-650,15. Havo you nn article patented or not, that you wish to get manufactured? If so, write us rogardtng same. Wo nmko n speoialty of I'KACTI-CAL.LDEVELOPING INVENTIONS, doing nil kind of DIE work, and tnanufatiiring under contract. If you havo a partially developed invention, wo oan bo of great sarvico to you in pefecting it. Wo nro practical inventors and manufacturers of over twcniy.five years experience and fully abreast with the times. Send for INVENTOR. explanatory circulars. Cincinnati Specialty tf Mfjj. Co., No. 72 W. Third 8t., CINCINNATI, OHIO. C. M. Barnctt, B I) Ringo, and J. P. Miller, candidates for Representative of Ohio county, will speak at the times and places mentioned below. Mr. W. M. Likens, also candidate, is Invited and expected lobe present at each place and a fair division ot time will be made: Horse Branch, Friday, Oct. 11. Rosinc, Saturday, Oct. 12. bulphur springs, Monday, Oct. 1.1, Olaton, Tuesday, Oct. 15. Shreve, Wednesday, Oct. 16. Fordsvllle, Thursday, Oct, 17. Deanfield, Thursday, Oct.17, night. Magan, Friday, Oct. 18. Bell's Run, Monday, Oct, 21. Bufoid, Tuesday, Oct. 22. Beda, Wednesday, Oct, 23. Centertown, Thursday, Oct, 24. Equality, Friday, Oct. 25. Rockport, Saturday, Oct, 26, Prcntls, Monday, Oct, 28. Cool Springs, Tuesday, Oct, 29. Public Niienkliiff. It is now possible to make n states ment of the assets and liabilities of the State October 10, 1867. ASSiJTS. Cash in treasury . . . $1,519,783 34 . . $500,000 00 $1,272,81950 $1,333,189 30 $606,650 15 Internal improvements Bank stocks, etc . . War claims Direct tax fund Total assets $5,232,442 29 LIABILITIES. Ordinary debt $2,978,902 00 School bonds $1,632,297 46 .... .... . . . . . Total liabilities Total assets Total liabilities. $4,611,19946 $5,232,442 29 .$4,611,19946 Surplus $621,242 83 This comparison shows that at that date there was an excess of assets over liabilities $621,242 83, asagainst a deficit of $930,000 set forth in the fourth resolution of the Democratic platform, or n discrepancy of $1,521,. 24283. It is somewhat ejsiur to arrive at a statement of the financial condition of tho AuJttor'd rethe Stite port for 1895 has not been published, but as said belore, the deficit in the general revenue in 1895 will about equal that existing In 1867, so it is only necessary to deal with the assets and liabilities of the Sink Yourb h h Children for pitcher's Costorlo. The idea that anyboJy wanted to prevent Hinklc from speaking is too preposterous to need any denial. The statement that Ilinkle's only offense was an attempt to make a Democratic speech, and that he was arres ted for this, is so flagrantly false that nobody will believe it. The statement that a negro Deputy Sherifl arrested the County Attorney's 6on has no connection whatever with the affair of Friday last. It is even printed in the Courier-Journa- l in a disconnected manner, and has no connection or significance whatever, polWilson Tarifl, as most people know, yet' the Courier-Journitically, underwent thorough revision in obe- nrints it here for the purpose of ardience to the powerful Protectionist ousing race prejudice. sentiment of the country, which even Since Its publication, however, it Democratic Senators could not safely will be well enough to say for the oppose. This bill was in turn so ob- benefit of those who want the truth noxious to our Detnocn tic President that there Is no deputy sheriff in this that he refused to sigu it. county. It is simply another "NeThere is nothing so delusive In gro Domination Cry," as flagrantly politics 8S intcrnatiou. The greatest false as it is miserable aud despicable. absurdltica are accepted as true when i when people persist in repeating Cindihati; ltlngo said Monday in scheme is to 8puaking of tho colored them. The World's people: make people suppose that the re- "Christianize them? Yes if you can." turning prosperity is due to a "Dem- Tho spirit manifested In that remark is ocratic Tariff " When It has deluded tho same which forty years ago carpeople by that false assertion, it will peted the South with articles and ask them to clamor for a Tariff that sermons to piovo that tho negro has will be more "Democratic" that will soul. Come, ISro, Rlngo. Leavo resemble that British Tatiff, which is no od'theso sentiments so long discarded, Economist. the Free Trader's ideal. and remember we are living in the dawn of tho twentieth century. (Ion Anlrny, Notice One coal bank mule, light bay, ForSalo. about 12 years old, 13 hands high, The furniture in the well known with scars on his head and on his House hips. Anybody that will take him Cottage Hotel at Beaver Dam. rent at and two acres of ground lor up aud drop me a card at Adaburg, per year. Have ten regular Ky,, I will come and get him, aud $175 boadcrs. Good location, Call on or pay him for his trouble. address D, J, Coleman, Beaver Dam, Ky. Oath I'armrr. it 9 t 3-- McHenry,Wednesday,Oct.3o,nlght. Taylor Mines, Thuisday, Oct. 31, night. Heflln, Friday, Nov. 1. Speaking will begin at I o'clock p. in1, except at Deanfield, Mqllenry and Taylor Mins, at which places it will begin at 7 o'clock p, in, R. D. Gui'i'V, Ch'in'n Rep. G. B. I.IKUNS, F. W. PiuTtu, Co. Com. Co, Com, Co. Conf. Ch'iu'n Deui. Ch'in'n Pop. Young men or young women aspiring to any vocation in life should atways remember that the bottom rounds of the ladder of time are filled to overflowing, but there's always room at the top. That's where Dr, Bell's Anti-Flfor colic, cholera and diarrheca stands, It's sold at 35c nud 50c on a guarantee by. Z, Wayne Griffin & Bro. ux A PRICE CLIPPINGS week n lively one at Fair Eros & Co's. Magnificent array of Now Fall and Win-do- r Goods, Trade with Carbon & Co. See our Wrnpi Cahsox & Co. it" itirni.tCAf Grade cards at Tnr Kt-a- l 7 Fnir Bros & Co for undewenr. See Pair Droi & Co's oviroiU. Awarded rtlKhest Honors World' That will mnko this together with magic influence ol popular low prices customers inspire with B J - sffi M tf 4 Diggut line clfl nnd cloaks at Fair Bros. & Co's. BEAVER DAM. Prices on cloaks that will suit you at Fair Baos. & Co's, A Broozy Lottor Prom Our All wool suits $5, $7 50, $8 and $10 Noighbor. at Fair Bios. & Co's. The latest, Fair Bros. Co's Dress Rev. E. E. Pate preached In the Beaver Datu,wcre in town yesterday. Col. S R. Dent, Leltchfield, and Goods and trimmings. School Halt Sunday. were ' 12. L 'Bullington is prepare! to Mr. C. M. Taylor, Beaver Dam, Misses Mamie Mitchell and Cllffie Remember B. L. Bullington is the give you a quick, easy and close in town Wednesday. Gray were in Hartford Saturday af best barber in the Stite. shave. ternoon. Mr. James Henry Williams went to Sure to please, Fair Bros. & Co's The R. E. G. Society reorganized Have you seen our New Cloaks? Louisville last Friday morning on line ncckware and shirts. ( buslness(?) He returnedSundaynlght. last week. on the market. The prettiest Remember that Field & Holbrook Miss Daisy Stevens returned home Cakson & Co. Born to the wife ot Mr. Lcn Sanday trains. Saturday from a month visit to relaClear Run, last Saturday night, bus will meet all ders, Mrs. Dr. It. W. Ford has rctnrned n 91b girl, Dr.Cottrell attended physiFair Bros. & Co. xan sell you a la tives and friends In Louisville. from a visit to her parents atSulphnr Miss Mattie Pirtle was in town Sal" cian. dy's trimmed hat fronisoc up. BOOTS AND SHOES. Springs. urday afternoon nnd her sister, Miss Men's good boots . . 1 1 35 wotthfci 75 Mrs. Dan F. Tracy has returned Get together, Republicans.organlze Viola, returned home with her nnd Come and sec our new Hats. Miss " 2 25 " " . . 1 75 " spending several weeks nnd fight the common enemy. (stayed over Sunday. Sara Collins has the loveliest hats home after " best " . . a 00 " a 50 visiting friends and relatives at Koots, Shoes, Mr. Fred Etrothtr, Rochester, was B. F. Moseley, of color, died nt his Carson & Co. " medium finebootsfa 50 " 335 in town. Louisville and Bowling Green. in town Sunday. home in Haytl last Saturday. 1 Photographer Taylor will make picbest grain button shoes 50 &c. Misses Laura Casebier and Olgic Brandon, Shepherdsville, Rev. tures in Hartford every Monday and Warranted not to rip Visit Miss Lewellen, Fir Fros & Wade, Rockpott, spent Saturday nnd visited his uncle, Rev. J. C. Brandon, Co's trimmer, for the latest. tf J.udlcs glove grain button shoes $1 35 in McIIcnry on Tuesdary's. THE Sunday with their sister, Mrs. J, D. Sunday. He preached two excellent worth $1 50. Have your printing done at Tins sermons at the Methodist Church Mr.and Mrs.John Chapman, OwensColeman. Indies fine Dongolaleld tip shoejt 35 Rnt'tniMCAN office if you want superboro, have been in town this week. Miss Lula Walker spent Saturday Sunday and Sunday night. worth $1 50. ior work. Hvery thing new and styles nt her home near Hart-frrWrite us the news from your and Sunday coarse shoes 50, 65, 75,90c are Children's In our report of the Methodist ConWe will be glad to Ladles coarse shoes . . . 90c to $1 as "G. H. neighborhood. ference last week we said: Mr. L. W. Hockcr nnd wife spent Pastors of various churches arc reOld ladles lace shoes ft 35 Hog was Presiding Elder," when it have it. Sunday in Rockport at the bedside of quested to send notices for publicaChildren's button shoes 75c to $1 as should have been G. II. Hays, PreOrganize Log Cabin Clubs in your their nephew, Mr. Joe Poole. tion in this paper to this office not siding Kldcr. Get every Repubschool districts. Rev. J B. Berryman and family save later than Thursday. left Monday for Leitchfield where Prof. A. C. Fosterand wife, of Tex- lican interested. The latest thing in a wrap is a as, nre visiting the family of his Mr. J. F. Felix,- living near town, they will make their future home. jacket with a reefer back and mandoTo We also a Mr. John Leisure nnd family moved father, Mr. Wm. Foster. Prof. Foslost his house and contents by fire us lin sleeve. The collars are black and ter is now attending Medical College last Friday. come into the house vacated by Rev. Perry-maof navy blue. Carson & Co. in Louisville. Subscribe for Tim REi'ununAN Mr. Shelby Taylor and wife, Hart. Mr. Logan Ileflin died at his home Henry Nail has been granted li and keep up with everything that Is near Hcflln on Tuesday night and ford, were in town Saturday aftercense to sell liquor in the town of going on in the country. STAPLE ARTICLES. was buried yesterday near Centers noon. Hartford. He will open up in the Have you bought a winter wrap? He was an old and respected Bed blankets 75C town. Misses Nettiennd May Rogers spent grocery store now occupied by Z. Now is the time come and get your Bed comforts , 75c citizen. Saturday aud Sunday at their home Wayne Giiffin & Bro. White linsey 35c z:ts choice at your own price. in Liberty. Remember that Field & Holbrook Colored linsey 30c Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Casey, OwensCarson & Co. Miss Belle Sowdcrs alter several Oood flannel 15 and 20c meets all day trains, and thcr also nnd MonGood Water proof 50c keep a first class Livery Stable. boro. were in town Sunday Wat Ridson and Miss Emma Lou weeks vacation has returned to her day visiting the lamily of Hon. K. D. Tichenor, of color, were married by business nt Morgantown. cheap at 75c hitch your horse outside in the Don't Walker. Mrs. Casey will remain Judge Jno. P. Morton In his office one Good cotton Hanucl5.7j,8K.io,i3fc Prof. J. B. Taylor, Vice President ; Cate yarn per hank 5c cold but put him in thclrstable. some time with her parents. Mr. day of Beaver Dam Seminary, went to last week. Catc jeans 35c At a call meeting of the Hartford Casey has returned to owensboro. hear the great oration at Bowling 10 aud Good cotton ?eaos license The following marriage worth 10c Baptist Church held on Thursday Good cheviots 8hc I will preach the funeral of Mrs. B. have been issued this month: A. B. Green last week. 20,: night of last week, Mr. Jo. B. Rogers P. Petty at Mount Vernon on the 4th Turkey red table linen Mrs. Perry Westcrfield visited relaBryant to Miss Nancy Vance, Edgar aoc was licensed to preach and invited to Table oil cloth tives and friends in Rochester last 11 o'clock Sunday in this month at Kirtley to Miss S. V. Chinn, B. M. occupy the pulpit here next Sunday week. The friends and relatives arc a. m. Hoggs to Miss Minnie Bell, Thomas at 1 1 o'clock. No Mr. D. B. Rhoads Is on the s:ck especially invited to attend. Bos we1 1 to Miss Etta Nabers. The following wills were probated at G. J. BitAN. this week, sell Notlco. the last term of the Ohio County Mrs. Bertha Sowders leaves Friday Judge Jno. P. Morton, on his "ESLy. I have this day set my son.Frankie for South Carroilton, where she will Court: John L. Roby and his wife, goods 1 mm return home from Chattanooga, Wright, free,, and will not be respon Sarah Roby, was named as his sole visit her daughter, Mrs. P. E. Hock-oa presented positive- executrix. Also the wills of Chas. cane made to Col. J. S. R. Wedding on scBle for any tiadekor transaction he us. of wood which grew may make in the future, and will organized HufTand Felix A mon- ed to probate. Winsatt were admitt- the famous Lookout Mountain. It have no claim whatever on any prop- here. Brass Band C.has been Indiana, is save Prof. B. Scott, of n name plate aud a magnifying erty he may own or acquire. has here as instructor. He is also trying Fire was discovered in J.A.Thomas' glass showing the views of interest ey. W. F. Wrioht. to organize a female orchestra. store estcrday morning. A box of on nnd about the great battle field. September 14, 1895. Miss Ella McBeath, Leltchfield, from some undiscov- Col. Wedding prizes the cane very DRESS GOODS & CLOAKS. rubbish ignited makes two trips a week for her class. ered source and was soon in a big highly. l'nbllc SenKinjc, 35c lor 361n all wool serge worth 40c Mr. J. B, Bir has opened up a dry" Last Monday was the day lor the 65c " 5oin 90c blaze. Mr, Thomas happened to be Dr. Coleman will preach at Whites- candidates for the Legislature to goods store on Main Street. ' ', ioc " 3&in henrietta, all shades . 15c near by and extinguished the flames villc next Sunday, where he hopes to Attve. A good speak at the Court House. before any serious damage was done. , 65c " .join figured black goods, meet all his old friends nnd brethren. crowd was in attendance. Mr. Likvery stylish. to be Misses Mamee Mitchell and Cliffie , The colored people of Haytl had This appointment (or the and Sunday ens, the Prohibition candidate, came 65c for plaid woolens, very stylish Republican is made because a prior promise to first in the discussion, followed by Gray, Beaver Dam, were in Hartford quite an enthusiastic est, for waists ' meeting Wednesday night and ate dedicate n church on the3rd Sunday Mr. Ringo, and he was followed by last Saturday. m . . . in. 3aln wool finish satines of being at Mr. Miller, and he by Mr. Barnett. now ior the campaign. They will prevent him from Appetite llcotorril. Trimmings, such as Jet, Silks, Vel- passed resolutions endorsing all the Whitesville at the regular meeting on Four years ago I was feeling badly, do good. Each one did well for his cause. vets, Buttons to match our entire Republican candidates aud pledging the third Sunday. Messrs. Miller and Barnett coming had no appetite and was feeling nerline. sec us. them the entire vote of the colored last they gave fifteen minutes of their vous. I read about Hood's Sarsapa.toller. I wish to say to my friends nt Hart- time to Mr. S. M. Peyton, Populist rilla and decided to try it, nnd after JACKETS AND CLOAKS. people of Ohio county. , I had Liken half a dozen bottles my The style in cloaks will be shoit, At a meeting of the Board of Trust- ford, Beaver Dan. and Taylor Mines candidate for Attorney General. appetite returned and I had greatly work is such that I will rewhile capes going to be very popular. ees ol the town of Hartford Monday, that my You cannot be well unless your improved in health." Miss Florence J. A. Thomas and E. D. Gully were main in Hartford for some time, and blood Is pure. Therefore purify your Hughes, 73 Riddle St., Covington, Our entire line will be in Saturday. elected by the Board to fill out the am better prepared than ever to clean "W. blood with the best blood purifier, Ky. Can furnish capes for $1 50 to $10 00, unexpired terms ol G B. Likens and and dye clothes. Bring or send your Hood's Pills cure all liver ills. done up Hood's Sarsaparilla. Cloaks, $ 3 50 to $15 00. Visit us ior B. D. Ringo, resigned. Dr. K. B. work to me and it will be Job CrliUliiK. the latest. WomnitN flfttotloii. Pendleton was elected as Secretary of nicely nnd at reasonable prices. Yours truly, Uncus Jon. The business public Is requested Sunday's Owensboro Messenger the Board and C. L. Field Treasuer. TiikRepiSiucan has the following to say: to call at the office of THE LITTLE THINGS. .tint Contention. samples of its work in the job Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Weaver have 'Vomau's devotion was never more 20c I,adias ribbed vest has been suggested by several of and see It Mr. Weaver line. We re prepared to clearly shown than yesterday afterreturned to Hartford. Misses corsets 35c our citizens that all the voters of the printing "1 execute all orders for job work on noon, just outside the fair ground. will takechargeof the Hartford House Belt buckles 15c town of Hartlord meet in Mass ConKeeps constantly on hand a full stock of at once. He has had considerable vention in the short notice and at reasonable prices' A man had gotten into a drunken e Belting next Fri35c 7 is new nnd of the latest fight and his face was all bloody from oxperience in the hotel business in Side combs 5c day night Oct. 18th lor the purpose Our material Virginia. our workmen the very several cuts on the head. His wife", designs and locdoz Bowling Green and also in '' ' Shell hair pins of nominating 5 candidates for town And in fact everything usually found in a Our work will be up to date in or it may have been his sister, had Mrs. Bell, who has been running the trustees and candidates fot Police best. New stampede linens Hartford House for several months, Judge and Town Marshal. This we every particular. You orders are so-- succeeded in getting him into a bugNew zelphry yarns, cittd. gy and was taking him home. Anx- ftirsi-Qle.5- 5 has moved back to her home near think a move in the right direction. New saxony yarns, iety was marked on her face, but she New kid gloves, all leading shades $1 Buford. We should all join in selecting a tick121 Main Stroo't, Owoneboro. For Sauj: One combined saddle, New handkerchiefs . . . . 5c to 35c et with progressive ideas who will harness and farm horse; 6 years old. dmve ahead, apparently oblivious of Mr. Thos. Boswell and Miss F.ttn the curious and jeering crowd all protect the interests of ev For further particulars call on or New large buttons. Nabers, of Sulphur Springs, were guard and arouM her. Tiic man was reeling in New embroideries 5c to 35c married ery citizen. Let every voter in town bride yes Thr RiH'Ubmcan, Hartford, hi seat and indulging in drunken at the home of the Misses yarn mittens 15c terday. attend this meeting. tf talk to those near the vehicle. The Ky. Mr. Boswell is the son of 35c ladles yarn mittens Nathaniel P. Boswell, deceased, aud i.om! TO trustworthy woman drove the horse with one i Several I.adiescrochet woolen skirts . . f 25 he was the son ot Henry Boswell, one Anyone finding n bracelet with the WANTED: $1 00 or ladies to travel in hand nnd with the other steadied Indies woolen skirts You can make from 8250.00 to $500.00 between now and ol the pioneer settler of Ohio county. word "Laura" woven on it, will Kentucky for established, reliable him to keep him from falling out. 5c Both of the contracting parties are please leave same at this office. Indies black hose Cbritmas selling our It house. Salary 8750 and expenses. The incident excited the utmost pity 10c Ladies fleeced hose tf popular young people and we wish was lost during Fair week, Steady position. Enclose reference and sympathy for the poor woman Beautiful a Juvenile holiday a ooois. Ladies best black fleeced hose 30 to 40c for them a long and happy life. and seltaddressed stamped enveloved among those who witnessed it. Graded to Price CO cents, 81.00, 81.50, 81.75 aud 82.50. 30 to 35c Men's home knit sox tenkiien llnppenrcl. The Dominion Company.Third Floor, Some one remarked that it was a pity suit all ages. Wo guarantee . 30 to 35c Mrs. M. L. Heavrln received n letcashmere sox Men's "I was in feeble health last winter Omaha Bldg., Chicago. the fellow who hit him hadn't finishFeather boa's, very stylish . . $1 00 ter from her sister in Owensboro nnd was under the physician's care Best Booksl Best Terms! ed him, but no such sentiment was Wednesday saying that Mr. M. L. for some time. Finally I began takBigSalesl Big Profitsl ' entertained by the devoted but heartHeavrln, who had been sick for seving Hood's Sarsapaiilla and liave ! Don't wait to eond for circulars (althouglnvo have them)but broken woman, you may depend uperal weeks, but was improving, was been greatly benefited by its use. eeml at once 50 cents to pay esprers cburgos, nnd wo will eend on it, and there might have been worse, his fever having returned. My appetite has been restored and you il she had heard it. some Mr, Heavrin was so much improved the weakness with which I suffered wo that Mrs. Heavrin came home has left me." Maguie M. Lke, The U. S. Gov't Reports T With full instructions, and allow you 40 to 58 per cent, conv His many irieuds a few days ago. Bardstown, Ky. show Royal Baking Powder j mireinn, ncoording to number of books ordered. here are very anxious about his reWe will also send you, freo of all charges, a handsome morocsuperior to all others. Hood's Pills Cure Biliousness, Incovery. co outfit ol our popular nnd fasUselliug book, "Speaker's Ideal digestion, We ik thli repeatedly, became j We have made repeated appsals to Entertainment," to bnodle in couueotion with tho Juvenile O lerloui disease! often follow trifling for We want the news of local aud gen BU'jrfcribers who are In arrears with Mm, W.A. KiHiilf rlnr IIIimI. ailments. Books. erol Interest. By news we mean that Died at her home near Beaver Dam tf you ire wk us, some have responded cheerlully b6 nil gtntnlty ExperioncQ not Necessary. Anyone can sell Juve-nil- o which is not the routine of every day on September 37th Mrs, Mary E. iMuitciI, nervous, aud paid one year in advauce, others have no appllt ( Wo social life, which everybody knows, Sanderfur, wife of W. A. Sanderfnr, Books. tail can't work, , have paid no attention to our notices. begin t once Uk t SPKCIAI,: W will enlarge our business the first of the ordinary. year tng the mot iclla- - t To nil those who have paid, we are patron- but something out of the is within in the 49th of of her age. She wns bit atrtaKthening year, quite a good deal, opening one or more branch offices and For instance if a stranger a daughter the late Tolbert Leach very thankful; to those who have not medicine, which It , will need more General Traveling Agents to which we pay brown ' Iron Bit , do your gate do him courtesy to mention Mrs. Sanderfur jollied the Baptist Welwaya choose a salary ot $750.00 a year and all expenses. ten B.otntcomti . paid, we again ask you to call or send Irom tat very Am , was 19 years of age if a iriend in Jhat subscription account you owe. from our successful Local Agents, and il ytwprove your ability., to ob- the tact. Orrelatives, or has gone to Church when sheconsistent christian dose. if one who and had lived a we will have a place ior you. Dut whether you desire to travel visit distance every week S We ate at a great expense CURES or not. send for an outfit at once, and make several hundred has been away returns, such things until death claimed her as his victim. and must have what is due uson subKidney and Liver S Address, .. dollars in a few weeks. Outfits now ready. . rz scription. ki- interest our friends in other parts of She was the mother of nine children. a neuralgia, n..t.i- n-- 3t m iruuuieo, DRl'T. C. the country; so do births, deaths, 6 boys and 3 girls, 6 of whom surConstipation, Impure Blood, S. I. BELL COMPANY, 2018 Columbia Avo., Tests Nervous nllments The World's Fatt CO marriages and casualitles. Nothing vive her. She was n good, kind S Malaria, Philadelphia, Ponn. S Women's complaints. showed no baking powder else is news, any one at any time mother, an affectionate wife and a Get only the genuine It hit craxed red J ? wrapper. -- iariford lines n the so pure or so great In leav having such news will do us a favor friend to everybody, and niauy friends J MD. 5 BROWN CHSMICAL CO. and relatives now mourn her loss, enlng power as the Royal. of )TaShion6. by handing it to us. r and an cargerness to buy while all lines are complete and thus gives business an impetus, which keep our house crowded. Noto these low prices on such articles as every fam; ily must have, and that right away. Confidence Don't fall to visit Carson & Co. Prof. I, L. Stewart, Mcllenry, was Ask to see our Overcoats. in town Tuoday. Carson & Co. Hon. J. H. Rowe, Owensboro, was Go to Carson & Co. and see the in town this week, new Dress Goods. Mills Ada Carson is visiting friends We have just received another lot " and relatives at IHnos Mill. Cahson&Co. of Clothing. We have n beautllut line of Capos A handsome lot of ladles gold and Cloaks. Carson & Co. chains just received at CR. Martin's. We want some more good correDon't fail to see our ncv Dross spondents in every locality in the CAItSON & Co- Goods. county. All kinds of jewelry, watches, specProf. Lee II. Mills, of the Pleasant tacles, etc., at C. It. Martin's. Ridge High School, called to see us Leave your orders with A. It I'atc Monday. Carson & Co. for Groceries. Mr. T. L. Griffin and wife and Mr. Miss Mabel Hockcr has quite a se- A. T. Nail Went to Onensboio Monday evening. vere attack of typhoid fever. Remember This RnrunucAN Office Mrs. Hmma Kuykendolt, of Horse Branch, is quite sick with flux. has the finest grade cards, teachers, nnd give us your orders. Misses Attyc and Sadie Austin, Office Visit Carson & Co. next Saturday. Rend Fair Bros, A Co.'s advertise- ment, New Hue Millinery nt Fair Bros. & Co's. DL Fair. WE ARE ready TIM FOR THE TRADE- - Fair Bros. & Co. arc the clothing meii. Only the ltitoAt in millinery at Fair Bros. & Co's. See that you have a Log Cabin Glub in your vicinity. Young mm look syllsli in Bros & Co's clothing, , CREAM To buy while you can get choice. MMNti Fair MOST PERFECT MADE. pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Ftc irom Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. mmn -- yFKOM p- - And have the latest styles and patterns in Cuu GOODS. CLOAKS, CLOTHING,. Hats, Capes, Furnishings, Millinery, 8-- d. AND Wo guarantee to any farmer money to that will for this line TOCK - n. rETTI TUBE AND carry select from. Full and Complete Line o-boc:kj:e3- ... ... .... lac And will give you the BEST GOODS: for the LEAST MONEY possible. When in town call and inspect our stock we will treat you right. house in the you county can cheaper these We than you ly can CO, Hrtrosrta., r Q- -3t IN OU3, HEW QUASES tac Corner 3rd and St. Ann Streets (near court house) where we will pleased show you the larg finest and lowest price stock FURNITURE the State. you Come and: We can ! THE MARTIN & SMITH B. SMITH, IFroprletor. EUGENE GASSEP olls COikTiECTIOlNriEB fTresh Bread, Court-Hous- (pies, 5fe Confectionary. MAKE$500 mmxmmimhm&msm&mm&?m RARE CHANCE 1 I ... ... 11-l- Ct 1 Our stock contains many other bargains cannot which mention here. These goods have been iFeel I fBadlyI Brown's lron hair-pullin- g Today? bought and will sold at low cash prices. solicit your all age and will in our power tain it. the Cash 1 4 I Bitters : it ,., ! c FAIR BROS. & iSemple" wmmmmmmmm tRXsrESBx PPfiliHi'iiii mw m$i .',IMt ajm I W rf iim pippnp, SKB .. WJPIFW Hartford Republican Friday, Octohkr it, A DIVE FOH UV JOHN rr"?ar'-i- b mmwwmwHMHpHn 1895. LlM C. WKHNKIt. Tho American sea otter hunters made their first appearances olT tho Island of Itooroop In 18715, which henceforth for fifteen yeara or moro was to bo tho stage for so many of reached tho enormous valuo that they havo at tho present day, but, dollars a skin at oven at seventy-fivan average, a good plum could bo mado during tho summer with from two hundred to thrco hundred skins on board. ThoAlnos had, during the winter of 1872, killed over thrco hundred otters by simply clubbing them on tho drift lco that had filled tho bays on tho cast sldo of the island, and this wholesale slaughter Induced a party of us to try "whothcr wo could not emulate them tho following wino their adventurous exploits. Tho otters, having never been hunted, were tame, and for thrco or four years afterward tho vessels engaged in tho business mado big hauls. Of course, tho skins had not yet in ntrSnurcdlulyMiorl tlmd." Wo had soon n blazing fit o going and coffer) under way hot colTeo Is tho universal panacea for nil Ills up north; and after I hud put on my ulofhcs, I felt as right as ever, nnd in humor for tho forcible, demonstration I Immediately had with Jansen, whom I convinced that It was not (info to send tho bout adrift after he had landed. When wo left for Yokohama wo bi ought ono hundred nnd seventy-tw- o largo skins down with us, which notted us tho respectable sum of Early Postage Hate. thlrtcon thousand dollars. trated American. Illus- NIAGARA'S LOST POWER. A Problem on Which tho Economist Can Figure. force, equal mined In 7,000,000-horso Niagara represents a potential to that of all tho coal the world, computed at power, nil of which has been running to wusto for countless ages and cons since tho cataract first blew Its trumpet from tho steep and hung the rainbow amid Its ascending spray. The economist may repine that so much working energy has so long been thrown away, but a sentiment of exultation girded in the harness of tho world's Industry is moro correctly In order. Skillful engineers dcclaro that tho available power of tho falls, leaving its spectacular grandeur entirely unimpaired, will turn every wheel, run every trolloy nnd light every city nnd town within a radius of 200 miles, and ono of the most eminent among them says It can be convoyed in any desired volume as far away as Chicagoor New York. Tho first wheel has just been set in motion, equal to the transmission of 6,000-horspower, to be increased according to existing charters something like one hundredfold us tho need for It is developed. Henceforth Niagara possesses an industrial interest equal to that which it lias always had as ono of most majestic spectacles on tho globe, tho latter attribution shorn of nono of Its glories by tho creation of Its new and stupendous utilities. Tho success of the work thero shows that all waterfalls can bo harnessed to production and mado to do a part of man's work, and they will be, ono after another, all over tho world, produciug Indus trial effects, comparable with those following the invention of the steam engine. The day of the first turning of the electrical wheel thero was memorable, and introduces the cataract to a new function almost as grandiose in its promise nnd possi- unity as Its appeuraucc has always been. N. Y. Tribune. o that some part of it is now to be We were nil young fellows, nono of us ovcrflush with money, but all ter. hearty and strong, and determined to succeed In our undertaking. 1 mid two moro had been up tho previous summer, but tho rest did not know an otter from a whulc. Wo numbered eight white men and two Jnpaneso when wo started from Yokohama, la tho latter part of October, In an old schooner wo had procured somehow, and wo mado a quick and uneventful passage up. Ono man, with tho Japs, stayed on tho schooner, brought into a sheltered bay on tho island of Shlkotan for tho wlntcr,and tho rest of us were landed in threo different places on tho Pacific sldo of Itooroop. Each party was supplied with a boat, two guns, and ammunition and provisions enough to last for four months. I, with my companion, a Russian Finn, was stationed farthest to tho southwest and more than twenty miles from the next station. About two miles off our beach and and n half cents; over 0110 hundred and fifty and not exceeding thrco hundred miles, seventeen cents; over three hundred miles and not exceeding flvo hundred miles, twenty cents, over flvo hundred, twenty flvo cents. Every letter composed of two pieces of paper, doublo thooo rates; ovory letter composed of threo pieces of paper, ttlple thoso rates; every letter composed of four pieces of paper weighing ono ounce, quadruple thoso rates, and at tho rato of four single letters for each ounce nny letter or packet may weigh; every ship lctteroriglnnlly received nt an office for delivery, with six cents. Railroads for tho Paris Fair. In prepat Jug for tho Paris exposition of 1000, tho officials have not lost sight of tho necessity of making adequate prolsion for the transportation of visitors. For their experience In the world's fair In 1881) they have realized that improvement In tho trausport servico is Tho plan of urgently demanded tho exposition which lias just been adopted provides for tho construction of an electric belt line. It will f miles In be about two nnd length witli stations nt the more Important points. one-hal- Tim following wir tha rntet of postage in this country in the year 1800: Kvory letter composed of a single sheet of paper conveyed not exceeding forty miles, eight cents; over forty miles nnd not exceeding one hundred nud fifty miles, twoho Beft89008de60MmeeeM009wa8ae830! 3 f a a e ariiii .rT wfi... "Sv for Snfants and Children. ninriirr nn imiiwiiwiwhiiiiibi 1111 THIRTY olncrvntlou of Caatnrla with the. pntrniing of of pirwni, permit tie to tpcnlt of It without Knotting. It U nnqmotlonnblr th liott rommly for Infant, nnd Children thn world hn rvnv frnown. It I. lijinnlni.. Clillilrnn lllto It. It give, them health. It vlll wt. tlml.- - Jlvo, In It Motlnr. liayo nomtithlng wliloh le aTin.lntolr truti an yrnutlowtly jperfoqt it. a tiMld'n medlclao. yart' iSi i e Byft- smLidii tut Soap Is not Beh.nd The Times. keepers say that -- T I ii Cnttorfa ilg.trort Worn. Ca torlo alloy. IVvrUhurn. , . Onrd. ; Cattorfa prevent. vomHgf Cattorfa cure. Dlonlnna nnd Wind Colle. Cnttorfa relieve. Teething TrouUm, Cnttorin core. ConUlnaUou raid Vjafalouor. Cn.torln nmtmJImt tho etfeotn of onrhorU nald rtft er lml.nnon. Mr. Co. torladoa. not contain morpMnn, oplnni. or other norontlo property. Ca.torln ivmlraHato. the food, regnlate. tlm ttunincH nnd liowe.lt, glvlnfr healthy nnd natnrol leen. liottlaa t.nly. It I. not .old In built. Cattoria h pni an In oae-Don't allcTr nnr ono to .oil Ton anything olaa au tho pita or yiromlio thitltte 'Mn.t a. ood" and "will na.nror ovory imrpo.o." A, Seo thaTi on uot Ut . . . ..a. r " ooap is nn liiiprovemcut on nuy soap- j o they ever used. Try it and compare results. 8 Made only hy Sold everywhere. S THE N. K. FAIRBANK COHPANY, .., viaireuc Neither mo the woman g , who use it. Thoug-- . g nnds of thrifty llouso- - ' ST. LOUIS. o eCSO000Q00aO000000OOA00OO0O0Q0O0a360000Q0lt0dO a ii - jh -- wmrm.., Wl, -.- - I IM: in KiirI.iiuI marriage with iloccned u ifo's sister In prohibited, in Canada it has been mado ltgal with the lonscnt of the queen. Whllo 11 Tho fao elffnattiro Ca&ffi&&u mr iityh n w In on every rapper. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. T'i' in YOU CAN crackers uro (lump, 11s though wntor toakeil, tho iutlicntiutis Iro fiiuuublo fur ruin. When fcorin rrin ti 11 inr umiimw hi u. .1 nu We want ono or two GOOD MEN in each county to take orders for a CHOICE lino of NURSERY POTATOES. STOCK or SEED Wo Stock and Seed guaranteed. ivo you steady employment with GOOD pay. It will cost i cu nothing State when writ to give it a trial. iug which you prefer to sell. Nn. 0 (5 mo Address, w ANTED SALESMEN i Company, Mnpplng" I j Hrrmlon-Cnrte- r Commission Merchants, I4ouisvillrt Ky., because titer are tlic larirest and most re liable commission merchants, and because they can handle fchipmenU quick and to the best advantage for the shipper. A trial shipment solicited, write to them for quotations before shipping. Specialties: Kgs, Butter, Poultry, Fruits of all kinds, Beans, Potatoes, Onions, Hay, Grain. Headquarters for Furs, Hides and Wool. Capital, $40,000.00. Liberal advances made on con siguments. General correspondence solicited. ME MONEY "Bread is the Staff oi life," TnXo. senteel by THE parallel with it lay a rocky island,and between this island and us extended a ledgo of low, flat rocks, on which otters occasionally hauled up and whero wo managed to secure several valuable skins during our sojourn at this place. To do this, we had to get up before daylight, which was the severest part of tho proceeding, launch our boat, quietly paddle to the rocks and Tho moro inclement the land. weather tho better it was for our work. Otters, those days, were very sensitive to tho cold, and would prefer to haul up and lie shivering on the rock than to remain in their o element. On the rock wo could eailysurpriso them, and a blow with a club or the stock of tho gun would quickly and painlessly settle their though, Sometimes, fate. they would show fight, and then our boats would generally sutler, but the fight was unequal and tho otters had tho worst of It. Ono morning, about December 10, wo started out as usual. It was tho coldest day we had yet experienced. na-tlv- HAWKS NURSERY CO. llOClIlSTEIt, N Y. ttufMl Whenever the little children, the ladies or the big men want something to regulate their liver orcure 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. Mct'ormlek'A Ileiiiarka. Mr. S. D. McCormiclc made the following remarks in Introducing Col. Bradley at Heuderson. "Fellow-CitizenI dare say it may seem strange to you that I, who have worn the Democratic harness all my life, should appear on this rostrum to introduce a Republican who is a candidate for Governor of this proud Commonwealth. I will be entirely frank with you. There is a question between my conscience and my party, I stand with thousands of other Democrats in Kentucky who have no candidate lor Governor. "We had a candidate nominated in the Juue convention, and we were prepared to follow him to the last ditch, but on August 19 he dug a grave so deep between himself and his party that no sound money Democrat who does not wear acollar can vote for him, This man after accepting a nomination on the sound money platform and alter his authorized interview of June 3, has deliberately repudiated the principles of his party and disowned its platform, to bow down in worship before a false God heresy in the most dangerous American politics. I can't vote for him, I can't vote for Pettit, so I choose the Republican candidate who stands for sound money. "Four years ago I refused to speak in behalf of the State Democratic ticket on a free coinage platform drawn by Senator Blackburn. In May last I sat as your representative in the sound money convention at Memphis, I am consistent, and batteling on the same lines, because my conscience tells me It is right. If this betreasonto Democracy, let them make tiie most of it. The front of the battle in Kentucky has totally changed. Bradley is the only Gubernatorial candidate who stands with the National administration on the vital issue of the d y. The others are in the camp of the Populist. On such an issue between the prosperity of the country and its ruins I elect to stand for Its welfare; for Its piogrtss; for Its transcendent civilizatlou. "With thousands of Kentuckians I refuse to stultify my convictions or to sacrifice them upon the alter of any party. I do so because I an opposed to a course of economic suicide; because I want American honor and American credit sustained at home and abroad, and because I would avert a condition for the United States which has overwhelmed every silver countiy. I do It because I put principle higher than the spoil of office and my country above my patty. I do it because I believe there is a Gid in Israel; that he willcontiuue to direct the destinies of this favored country and protect it alike from its enemies, whether they be found in the Democratic, the Populist' or KepthlN can party. "I have the honor to introduce the next Governor ot Kentucky, the I Ion. W. O. Bradley." s: y To-da- y y One ol the best bathers in this end of the State is located in Hattlotd and his name is K. L. Bulliugton. His shop is located just aboe the Commercial Hotel, and he always keeps everything in the very best of shape around his shop, clean, new towels, nothing old or shoddy abou llitber. Ballard's ObeliskS The Purest, Strongest and Best. SSmaasBaan I'orsaleby Stcwns& Riil. carbon c&co B . ONLY 25c PER POUND CAN. Hiif rl Ky ECKINRIDGE-- JI him. Read Globe-Democr- WCT our campaign oflcr of the and Tun Rcrunuc-a- n ELECTRIC TELEPHONE Si for $1 75. Adapted Sold outright, no rent, n to Citj, illte or Country NoXllin cverr nomo, nop. More ana oocs uruatuu conven lnos and dnc m ler on earth. day, fiS lo Annli make frommaana a030 to all tho al Una In m residence naif hbora. Fine tninimn.' i no tor, work any dlitanca. Complete, randy tot anrwbare le rnt up dh whei ablpped Canrepairing, by anya ina, UtU Ufa naTer oat of ordar, no time Warranted A money maker Write Co . C crk 10. Cc!u-i- b W. P. Harrison 0 Will open the Tall Term Tueedny, fc'eptemUr '!, 18!).), and eoutlnne 18 ClMf(s weeks. .Students may enter at any lime. Fnculty first cIum. to suit all, CourKi Teacbera' Uiiainc'., Cluwical, Scientific, Telfgrophy, Mutlo. reasonable. Addreu, s 3Et. ir An glegant gib? Uphostered-j&r -- - HAUD1NHHURO. S. SOEC.Ol3SSL3La3537?'ri. KY. I'retiileut. SAahcgany parlor gait. j. J08T MfnniiP P' FOR 20 YEARS Has fod all WORM Remedies. BOTTLE IN QUANTITY. BESTIN QUAUT Somebody will get tins magnificent present 1'RKB and ever) body who make ajfmrcjiase of J3 or over will liae n chance lo get it. the drawing to be held January I, 1896, before a committee ol Owens boro's representative citizens, at the fr THE 1. 1, Ml! tisssi AND f r v' f ' Tho wind blowing from tho north-eastpicrc- right through our boues, although we wero well muffled up in heavy sea boots, thick blanket coats nnd any number of woolen shirts. Tho snow fell In thick flakes building up big drifts. Janscn, my companion, proposed to return to the house; but to this 1 would not accede, as we had already mado a start, and both of us wero rather sulky when wo paddled off to the rocks. I jumped out as soon as tho boat touched and left Jansen to follow. I was armed with a heavy club and Jansen had a rifle. Tho day was just breaking, and we soon perceived tho opposite sldo of tho rock occupied by threo largo otters. Silently wo crawled up to them over tho soft, slippery snow, and when my club descended I was almost astrldo of tho otter, who seemed to bo really paralyzed with cold. Jansen also had tho butt of his gun through his otter's skull o animal was well awaro of what tfpnan VEKIVH.rUU& EVERY S' itumti$Mnyqij: CREfifuV i pm bi Primus L , FURNITURE to HOUSE HUTFDiH REPUBLICAN When it eomes ONE J v ' AUra4 kT Trf E BicHiDsoj hidIujiDBCOODTS. co., it. tons. NJBsBrWNl!rsErSvCTNiV for NhIp. . SOU) sy GUARANTEED A scholarship in the Lexington Business College. Call at this office for paiticulars. It will pay you. tf R I P A N S ONE GIVES RELIK1'. A compute line of neb Room, Kitchen, I'm lor, Office, Dining Room and School Furniture with Prices lower than ever btfore. We can sell you a bed room sit for $10 50, or a sideboard for the Mime price, which will make jou feel good every time jou look at it. These, however, are just samples of our utjiqualed bargains.of which we have an immense houie lull. The fiuest line of pailor suits, 1'loor nnd Swinging Rackets, Disks and Book cases ever in Owensboro. COURTEOUS and UBHRAi. TRIi.VT-MHNFAIR ami IIONUST Dealing, STYf.ISfl nnd Goods. The VF.RY LOW KST Pricis. Well-Made we are furniture YEAR A in the Iead. IIARTFOIUJ RKPl'BLirAN, Write your name aud tiddreaa on a iotal card, send it to Geo. W. IJos Room 2, Tribune Iluildtiig, New York City, nnd sample copy of TIJK NUW YORK WIUSKI.Y TRinUNK will be nuiletl to you MiWuaaUriiWWiW'iWi",wawiwBUBw SIffLOffI5S IS eo much within a short .ON-- "". Investments.' , I p. had struck it; but the third otter escaped beforo Jansen had his rifle ready to fire. Wo then picked up our prey and started to drag them towurds our boat. Jansen was ahead, and aloud exclamation from him soon brought mo up with him. What I saw was enough to paralyzo mo with terror. Our boat, our bolo communication with the world, was loose, about ten yards from tho rock, and slowly drifting to tho southwest. Through carelessness, sulklness, or whatever it was, Jansen had neglected to secure it properly. Just think I Tho weather was bitter cold. Everything was covered with lco and snow. Jansen could not swim at all, and I could just barely keep myself above water for a moment; and hero wo wero half a mllo and moro off the Island, with nobody nearer to us than twenty miles; beyond all human pid, and that boat drifting farther and farther away from us. Jansen stood as If petrified, muttering incoherently to himself. All possible expedients to recover that boat flow through my brnln In a fow beconds' time. Ah! thero was only ono way I and no tlmowcw to be lost. With fearful misgivings, I prepared myself for It. Tearing oil my fur cap, boots und clothes, leaving mo in and socks, I put my hunds nbovomy head, as I seendono by men diving, mado a run and dovo headforemost Into tho water in tho direction of tho boat. I beliovol lost consciousness when I struck tho water. Anyhow, tho first I can remember Is that I found myself clumborlng into tho boat. Grabbing a paddle, with foverlsli atrokos I brought It to tho rock. I had to do everything with a rush or I would tiavu perished. Making a clutch for my coat, I put it on and flung tho rostof my apparel In to tho bout Juuscn, who had recovered his equilibrium, dragged in tho otters, njid llicn mi)nddlcl tmt boat ttcroai undcr-flunnela To our rlrmlH. We hope that all who are Interested in helping us to push the circulation of The Republican up to what it should be, will do w hat they can in the way of securing subscribers. Call attention to the amount of home news we publish every week, and write us short nnd spicy news items irom your neighborhood. 1 LOUISVILLE FURNITURE HOUSE, B. S. WOLF,U2 W. Main, Owensboro. f opiiKrillo v""y JWBU10.J ion nml Stock Ilcturiiing prosperity will make many rich, but no where con tlioy mnko, I lino ai hy succefiful Speculation iu Oiain, 1'rovls- FOR EACH DOLLAR invoctetl can ho mnda by Systematic Plan of Spscnlation , $10 our "; vu. ni.i o 114 Main St.. " Ifrrf -- . . I -- W or w , fh v. MMi.--J- m. -- A When When Vhen When IUljj" a Child, the cried (or CastorU. the the became MIhs, tho clung to Costorla. the had Children, the gave them Costorla. ni mi tick, wo ca'o her Costorto. ML.1 J A ft 4L.S H and all lavetts mid Trd Mr ol iu mm tan Mil f- - io;rinTr' inn Tiitnt m Jteliinih-iiomo.li.I-- v Owenslioro, Ky. Painless Cenistry The Grade Cards are belter, prettier and iheaper than ever. They are thshadsomest in the market; just the thing to make a child ftel jubilant, nnd to keep as a souvenir ofthe school. 35 cents a hundred 300 for a Specialty. ieu mr hulor3ph oflnvci luu ith i'jnijic irJi i Ini I anvijuinnilincd. ,' na to inn ntwIitlWtii, ,1 iiv fnr (er f ,, cmug thi k ll'lllct.luti trill net ew colli tl lor unlit the ntitnlluuml "lnve-torCjiidi," con- :'( 'iff full Infutmitln lent fn.u AU (oolRliini-i-i lots Cos' Here'' anllrlcllj CenDdeEU.'. MdMiyfecii I nd nindcl lit crintl "Am I tic inrRicLjfiii,. tlnii) .fln-l- 1 let li ace, patent, ireni ur smJ ry. fi.oo.at RcruuucAr.Office tf Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. m fci Teachers, we have an excellent line of grade cards, printed on the finest paper. Write us for samples. Good Old Granny Metcalf, 86 j ears old, living nt G18 Monroe itiect, Ky., says that Dr. Dell's Tine Tar Honey is the best grip cure, cough, lung nnd bronchial remedy that has been ofleteU to the people during her life Guaranteed by, . Wayne Griffin & Bro. Our celebrated Crown and Ctidge Work or I eeth without Plates applied without pnin nnd guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction. Gold Crowns 85 to $7 Poroelain Crowns $3 to J j Iie6t set of Teith (no better made no matter how nluch jou pnj) , . $8 A Good Set $Q Gold Fillincs $1 up Platinum Alloy $1 Silver . . , . 75c Extracting, per tooth 35c PJnlcss cxtrctinjj with Vitalized Air 50c PAINLHSS F.XTRCTING by the use of our Vitalized Air PURE when Aitificiai Teeth are ordeied. Gold Filling iu jour Artificial Teeth same as j our natural Teeth. ITiAlVKLitt oao H. HOUCrl r sircnti TVAsiri vu row. :. c froc ctalcgueof Do not my It can POSITIONS GUARANTEED under tcatoiiable condition. not be done, till yon nnd for oripinuti'il hy in. All Miccetalul (peculator operate on n regular s;elen'l, It U a woll known fact thnt there uro ilioiusntls oi men in nil parts' of the United States who, by gjstematio trading through Chioueo'bmkarr, iniiko largo nmuutiU orery car, ranging from u lew thousand dollars for tWnmn' who invests n bundled or two hundred tlolluis up to ?.r)0,00() to SIOQ.OUO or more by tboro who invest a fow thousand. , It,! nlso a fact that Ihoeo who make the largest jirofilu from oompuriU Uely finnll inveatmeiiteou thia plan uro persons who live nway from Chicngi) ' uml lnvcele tluoiigh brokers who thoroughly uiidorsinuil trading.' Our plan does nut I Ul tho wholo amount invested mi any trade, but' coors both titles, eo that whether tho markot rite ur lulls it brings a Momly profit tliut piles iineiionuoutly in u shurt time. WHITE FOU CONVINCING I'HOOFS, also our Manual on ntson-lu- l speculation und our Daily Muikot Report, full of money making pointers ALL FREE. Highest Our Manual explains margin trwliiig fully. in regard to our standing und Eucceao. For further information address 52.0 mo THOMAS & CO , Banker aud Brokers; , 241 242 Rialto i.oiii.hvim.i:. building, Chicago, Ml 111. II tlTFJ DRAUOIION'S PRACTICAL r 0(crr&, NiiHlitlllc, Toim rhU Collegi It itrongly uidurwd by an1 FOUR weekt by Ifai .tlmi! . ""I1"' of lencllillK booLlMplug U iqn il It. TWKLVf wekahy the old iila.i Until I ad tanUitet In hhorlliiud Pcunianihiu aud 1 cleg rnp.11 (.heap board Ojwn 10 both No vacation Unlet now. Railroad Fsri tetei Pilj. HOME STUDY. MiokTitAin nu PHMuaNtiupctucclally adapt " Wi tic for 'lluinr iludy' edlo hoim.-itudclriulare nt mice s,f;nL,jff r. i.oui.i a, rr.x, n. it I.v. Henderson . WHST BOUND daily daily. Basketts . . . No. Si. No. si. Spottsville . . Lv. U. Louisville 6 30 p in 7 30 a iu Rends Ky. Street . . . 6 AS P in 7 45 a m Wortliingtoii . West Point . . 7 25 i) m 8 25 n m Stanley . . . Howard . . . . 7 30 p m 8 28 a in Orinith . . . Willowdale . . 739 pm 8 37. a 111 attHgly . . Rock Haven . 7 47 p m 8 45 a m 7 55 P ni 8 53 a m 11 111 n 02 a m 8 13 p 111 9 11 11 tit . a 31 p 111 9 19 am 8 30 p 111 9 30 a m Irvington Webster . . . . 8 38 p 111 9 39 11 111 8 45 p m 9 47 a in I.odlbitrg 8 55 p in 9 56 a 111 Pietce Simple . . . , 9 00 p tit 10 00 a tit Stephenspoit , 9 09 p 111 10 09 a m , 9 14 p 111 10 14 a 111 Addison Holt . . . . , 9 17 p nt 10 20 n 111 Clovcrpoit . 9 28 p m 10 33 a m . . Shops 9 31 p til 10 37 a in Skillman . . . 9 43 p 111 10 50 a m Hawesville . 9 54 p in 1 1 02 n 111 Petrie . . . . 10 02 p 111 1 1 09 a m Falcon . , . 1007 p in 11 15 a m Cayce . . . 10 12 p in 11 19 a 111 I.cwispott , 10 1$ li lit 11 25 a 111 Wnltmati . . 10 25 j) m 11 33 a tit Powers . . , 1035 p 111 11 43 am Pates . . , , 1048 p m 11 50 a in OwensbotQ , 1059 p ii 12 06 p in ' csrThis Ofilco Pormauautly Located. oliltimry HoilccH. ' Obituary notices will be charged It for at the rate of 5 cents per line. is customary fur all publications to charge for tuch matter. These rates will be adhered to without discrimination, so please take note of it and don't be offended when we ptisent our bill. Count six words to the line. Children Cry for Pitcher's Costorla. Whenever a druggist tells ouhe h.is soiuethini: jutnsiood lorcuuelis, grip, etc., ns Dr. Hell's PiueTarIIon. ey don't you believe it, for we guar ante that is is not true. 'We make Is proparod to do all the genuine and authorize all drugNOTIGR. gists to guarantee it. The K. E IiriMTOTerrmanftnd woman In tbo TTnlt. Dontal Viork at roaaonhlo prices. SUtt lu(reiFd U tbe Opium and Wblikr Sutherland Co., Paducah, Ky, Ofilco over J. W. Fonl & Go's au.w 10 uavo von oi mr uooaa on iua uia AUdreu ji.ii. firour. MUnt, For sale by 'A Wayne Griffin 8c Bro. Feed Btore. and ono wju U f eat ;ta lr CAN I OIITAIN A I'ATFNTT Kor a CCILPt. tmwer tnd an boneiit oiiinlon, wrlla lo M UN N tic who litre bid nculr ohy yetrt' experience In tbe patent builneM. A llnmlboob of Information concernlna I'ulrnla and liow lo obtain tbem tent free Alio a catalogue of mechanical and tclenllno bookt tent Irtjo. ratenit taken ihrouab tlunn A Co. reocle pedal nollceln the Mcenlllle Amerlrnn, tnd tliut tre broueht wldelr before tbe nubhe with put cost to tbe in Ten tor. lhl iUQtli4 ipcr, MuedfrMkytl(Buill)rl.IaitrmtMt bMbrfiii th4 trweyt rircuUtiot of n.f tdtutitlo work In In world, I ari hsinnle cnjile nt fie ulldintc lullllion, monthly. I.AOa Hint mpiei, .tiS cent. Krorr numlvr coutatnf boati ful pUtet la cciurtt and bbotorapL of nw noueet, enabling uulldtM to how ttiQ iu lateti drattfinaiiii., ppura contr&rfi aifi MUNN & CO. titYT YOUH UUI BtMAUWAY, iCAVtAIO.irm MARKS j UUFYKIGH T3. I'lleol I'IIih! UcIiIiijc I'llrx. Moisture; intense itching nnd btiitgingimoht at uight;norse by sctatchlng. If allowed to continue tumors form, which olten bleed nnd ulcerate, becoming vety sore. Swanb'S Ointmknt etnpktheitching nnd bleed- irg, heals ulceration, nnd ni most encn renioeK the tumors At diug- I)r pifts, or by mail, for 50 cents Swan.ei'v Son Pliiladelphla Svmitohb Long Uraucli , llrautleiiliurg Kkron Gitston . . . 8 o.t ... ... ('(., Ul B- - WSlTII yr DENTJST. kiuao Mattingly r Griffith . . Stanley . . . Wotthlngton Reads A . . , . . ".3, u. Spottsvllle Sasketts . . . 11 11 11 11 11 11 it 09 p 111 12 18 piu 14 p tu 1223 p nt 18 r. Henderson 25 p 33 P 45 p 53 p 12 10 a put m 1235 p 111 in 12 4 P "1 m 12 53 put iu 12 59 p tu tu 1 15 P m 12 27 pill HAST BOUND dlaly daily No. 52. No, 54- . 7 20 n m 2 55 p m , 7 34 a m 3 10 p m , 7 42 a ut 3 16 p m 8 $p a 111 3 23 p ut . 7 58 n iu 3 30 p 111 , 8 06 a tu 3 37 p m . 809 n 111 3 4T p 111 . 8 17 a in 3 47 P m ' Owensboro . . , 8 30 ti 111 4 oo p m 8 40 a 111 4 o3 pin Pates . . H 55 a ti 4 20 p 111 Poweis . , Weittunn . . . . 905 A It) 4 9 P m I.ewlsjtoit 9 13 a tu 4 3Q p tu, Cnvcc 9 19 a m 4 42 p m ' . . 9 23 a 111 4 45 p m I'alcon . . Petrie . . . . . 9 29 a m "4 51 p ut Hawesville . . . 9 37 a m 4 59 P m . . 9 48 a 111 5 09 p m Skillman Shops 10 00 a 111521 j) in Cloverp0?t 10 05 a 111524 p tu 10 20 a ti) 5 3 p m Holt . . Addison . . 10 23 a m 540 p tu . ip 28 a m 5 45 p iu Stepliensport Sample . . 10 37 a in 5 52 p ni Pierce . . . 104! am 557 pjii 10 49 a 111 0 qG p m Lodlburt? . , 10 57 a 1116 14 p m Webster . , Irvington . . 11 05 a 111 6 22 p m 11 14 am 640pm Ouston . . I'.kion . . 32 a tu 648 ui 11 3' a ui 55a pm Brandenburg 1 Long Branch 39 a m 7 07 p m 11 47 a in 7 14 pm Rock Haven 11 53 a m 7 21 p tu Willowdale . 12 02 p 111.7 30 p m Howard . . West Point . 1205pm 7 35 Pffl Ky. Street . 1245 pm 8 15 pniM nn J.-- in ft .JW ,1' .. fi Ar. U. Louisville in H. C. MOBDUIi, G. ". A., P. Louisville, Ky-- 4 ... ' 1 1 r t 1 T ai li Mi