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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1895 hao1895101801 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. You can Cura Your Baby of all Troubles srlilng from Teeth- Inf. UUordtretlitomach or Dowel Trouble! quick!, by giving OotranlM't r lhf i ii ' OWENS PIIIK t MIXTURE. t The OFFICIAL nwt f ti ttittnyircuUrl free )u ycrt Wrltt (or n fr n in ildnif An m ili r rd Republican. ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN IKE FOURTH . PROFESSIONAL n.flurrr. GAUD. 0. D.MJHrn attorneys OriAlty 6z CRlngo gjt gaw, MM lh Otnulnt. Sold by all DoattrtJ .0NSRE..,0H.L DISTRICT, 25c. and 50c. bottles. Will practice 111 nil courts of Ohio ami adjoining counties, Huperlor Court ami Court of Appeals. Collections and nil legal business attend cd to. Oflico 320 E. Market St. J. W. FLOYD A H eWINIIORO, CO., VOL. Inn. mUit. VIII. Miiiir. iiimi.si: wife. HARTFORD, ICY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1895. to. into Kentucky nudklMnnothcr man's NO. 12. rri,",r.,ABenl3.$75 lithM for k hut or Tin; i'ooii Over tlie hill to I en e but n My li8.nl bowed My snd heart 111 UMllr "" . . r- -- V. S1"!' l -- Ym wml.ff th. kad wh lb. fcttlM, tlt.nftM.4Mi Dam. rM HHf kt, in I rfcmfMl wlrti. If. Mtfcttd .0llMB.ld.9f tWWltf. w.l th tht tttl l . CO.. (WS fit, IS, .rrtt4 ClrlrifrM enr ngo; down in sorrow, filled with wo. the poor home, CslHBbBt. O. $1800.00 plici I trough us for lh noil ratrtiorwu pi tent during lht month preceding. of this offer ud the otjtct their bright track of keep GIVEN AWAY TO INVENTORS. ftjo. oo trrry month girn my ta ny on who p We rcnr llio Not one n kind word could oflTtr As I trudged filoiijf, nloite. My cyen were blinded with tears, And I could sigh nnd moan. As I wended my wenry wny I'roui tho spot I Held so denr, To think I mint never return, I couldn't make quite clenr. My heart was well nigh broken, As I gazed on the old home scene; To leave It then forever, Seemed like an awful dream. lell on my knees and prayed: That God would then, and there, Give me strength to bear the burden That 'twas my lot to bar. Yes, prayed that he would forgive The children for whom I sigh; Though over the hill to the poor house They Sent me alone to die, Ah! children how well I love you, And long for you day by day; Vet over the hill to the poor house, You never have found your way. Since the many long years ngo, When I laid my darling wife In the church-yarover yonder, Sad and lonely, has been my life. d Idea. At the tame time we wish to itnprtii upon the public the tact that but patonti forottrcltcntf. it to encourage inventort to irSTIIBSIMPLE.TRIVIAUNVENTIONS THAT YIELD FORTUNES, " ! th which can be eauly ilU up and down without breaking th pmcnier's back, "nut-loc"bottle, "uuctfan," a"coltir-bultonlofptr," and thoutind other little Ihinii thai oml aov on. un find a way of improving! endiheac simple laveauon. are tha ones thai brine forfeit return la tha author. Try to thinker something loiavwt. IT IS NOT SO HARD AS IT SEEMS. Patent! taken out through ui receive ipedal notice la the" Naiional Recorder, publuhed at Waahingion. D. C , which U the ceil newipaner publUhed in America In the interests of in rem on. We turnUh a year's to thtt journal, free of cost, to all our client. We also advcrtiie.freeefcott.thc Invention each month which wins our $150 pnte, and hundreds of thousands of ectwi of the "National Recorder. conuimng a With of the winner, and a description of hit invention, will be scattered throughout the United Slates among capitalist and manufacturers, thus bringing to thcur attention the merits of the Invention, All communicauoui rr girded strictfy confidential. Address ucti t JOHN WEDDBRBURN & CO., Solicitors of American and foreign I'atenU. Box 385. X& Washington, D. C. RlfimttttfovtfMtpttor, Writsem IXEE, S4fffamfAbt, 618 P Street, N.W., I thought my children would cheer Uesapeako Ohio and Southwestern R. R. me As I trod down life's dark ways, And ever be near to comfort, Their father in his'last days. Hut you sent me homeless away, And told me I'd better go Over the hill to the poor house, (Though the ground lay white with snow.) Yet God has ever watched o'er tnc And I praise him more, and more, And perhaps 'tis all for the best, That you turn me from your door. May God's blessings rest upon Is ever your fathers paryer And may you never sufler, The hall he has had to bear. you, BCTWCCN LOUISVILLE AND - MEMPHIS. mOM CINCINNATI ALSO AND TO AND EVANSVILL. Ie not purchase a Tkket HCRTII. EAST. SOUTH OR WEST Until yon have cotuulled an Agent eftlw O. O. d I.IMITUU TKAIKS, S. W. R. R. MUtlKRN KQUIl'MltNT. And may your lives be happier, Than ever in the past; And when from earth you pass away May we meet in heaven at last. Over the hill from the poor house, Where all is fair, and bright; The old man soon will be happy, Out of the poor house t. 1'UI.UIAN BUl'l'KT SLKKl'HRS, JOUH KCIIOLS, T. I). LYNCH, Gin. Man. gin. pass, mt. lo uiavat... Kt- - Kx. RAND0M SHOTS IJ , MMEW " Esi fevi umm weau - OINTiENT (CUBES A SURE Gathered From Various Sources, And Condousod lor Tho publican Boadors. Eo- - HOTHINC BUT PILES. f known for 10 yonrsnstho BEST REMEDY for PILES. AOT.n IIT AI.I. IlItl'tJOIRTS. tiriitrx::aAii:: ms co.. tr. i:?:3. and CERTAIN CURE Josh Hillings said: "Rize eily,work hard aud late, live on what yu kant sell, give nothing' away, nnd if you The Lexington Business College.; IWCgHPOHATED.; don't die rich and go to the devil, you may sue me for damages," Someone has said that a woman who will wear bloomers is likely to Maybe this is the suiokc cigaretts. result of her having at lait found a good place to scratch a match, suggests a wicked editor. remarked Mr. Jason to his wife as they sat in the family circle at the play; "I'll bet from the looks ol it that the dress that there woman in the box is wearing is ouc oil' of them elegant dress 'one-h-alf we seen advertised yesterday in the Xtv-- J "I'll bet," V papers." "My good man," raid the severe lady,"have yon ever stopped to think THE PRACTICAL HlirUr.1 OfllrlMl t'ntlorarmriit, llir Hot. Uiu rrcalucnl rimr of tha Commonwr-altlj- , of tlic Htate Collrga. aud tun hefn-tar- r und of the TrwnrcrRlrinnalt. ttaurlty Trim and Hafitjr Co Illploiuua. Vault IIIU'OMMKNUKIt IIV It. armyofnuroiK.ful iiM tit., who. a.Urlf. aggregate liundrcUaol ttiuuan!eor lnllnra per annum. leading pro-- I till t.HKNCtlM. hrorrs of the .i(tn, nl and bu.lnau men who are It. friend .nil patron.. Hjaleua or urinal, iirnrllral u.ert In every diiart. illluroa In.trurlloilequal 4 by an vol her plan. month, meul mHtcei I.ATUNT ANII IIMllla.HT AMA1I1IV. "All the tint t'rcmlumi, uold antl llronte Me.lala ami J'lplomais etc ," at tao liileriiutlonnl Jtfld. Winter award.il the K)Rttm of u.ed In till. College. Ifmd nr llii.lsiee lirpnrliiient, lit rear, priirtlcal i pencnce a. rand expert accountant. IIKJIII.KT AVA1(I Of liulll.11'4 l.VnillAS KXI"lMTIO.V In to" Ann rlean hy.-ternl Mhorthand," taught thl. t.illeK, und the lllKheal tlniloraeiitrnt In 1lin )ollu tu the heudbt our Hliiirlluilid iJepartmelit uiti reporter), from the authure of thla s) .tern. Ti:i,llltAIIIV. Miiirrlnlrtideiil uftmr llstlfraty nnil Televrnlli Wj .tern liu. a ret urd of tl yearn' practical experience fiolu flie World omilus 1lir Only a !..ti.pltoIn ltallway Hyatem for and the iMMtrivtlii go gutKl lmnrrttd U'KA SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH, A ) Shite A. .V how much money is wasted every year for tobacco and turn?" "No mum, I hain't," answered the object, "it'3 takin' nil my time just now to figure how many poor families could be supported ofT the price of the extra cloth women puts iuto their sleeves." To destroy btumps, bore a hole one or two inches in diametor, according to the size of trcc.nud eighteen inches deep. Put in one ounce and n half of salt peter, fill with water nnd stop up closely. Iu six months put in same hole half a gill of kcrosine oil then light. The stump will smolder away without blazing', even down to every part of the roots, leaving nothing but ashes. An Indiana court holds that a kiss A is not uecessarially nn insult. Wabash man having kissed, without resistance, another fellow's wife, was arraiuged in court by the other fellow on the charge of assault, the decision ot that tribunal being as above. If that Wabash hubby wants to find out what an assault is, let him come over V Operator to Chief Train DlKpatcher, with the largeiit Tru ,k I Ine. In America. StmlorMMl l.y Oimti.rn i,liifn lil.patcher., Huperlntetidcut., ant) a n t mil vayand telegraph citnlialileH purptiei' t.f llttiiiK It. graduatra to ' iintctrral tiperatont direct to tent froe Write for It, iioyii; ajTIIIIV, will .ate ynu money. Write for Inatructton., ,711.000.00 fJuarMiitee thnt a. represented, or money reour Oollege funded. i:i.i:Avr m:iv iii'imiImj, owned, erected and furul.hetl by u., tu mt'et the of our practical .y.lem tif Iiihii rt'dtllrenunt. turinir llent, Klerlrle) Light, Witter, ventilation. The largeat and mtmt nor icily equipped llu.lnroe Collrire llullillua ii ntrri.Mxvint'Al, inntiil'CTIOX In all No Tna ihii.rlninti. anv pntirae. Work. l'enmanihln. Iln.lneu Itt.ll with corr..i)Ondence. Commercial Ijiw. Commercial Arltui.lte and Mpelllng, fJunrnllfM IMIlltlWN.-ttlu- p V Ilttn. Mm Kim III. re.unM)n their word only, will tell )ou that they will give you the raame," or a " mare Iborougli rour.e." In " I... time," or for " le. money," eto., than It takee to complete a ciltir.e Willi u. iintniv ui eucii viuuiisi, Ihey aro fiilee. lliu.trated Uatalogue free U.C. IMMIOUN. frlnolpal, AJJrfM. Islington, Kr, DOCTORS ENDORSE IT. "Ilotv la Clure nil Nfclu lllariikra." Simply apply "Swayne's Ointment." No internal medicine requlr Cures tetter, eczema, itch, al ed. eruptions on the face, nose, &c.,leav ing the skin clear, white and healthy Its great healing and curative powers are possessed by no other remedy. Ask your druggist for Swaynr's OnmiKNT. 34 iyr. rilrnyrtl. One brown marc, about 16 hands high, about 10 years old, She left home Tuesday night. Any information leading to her recovery will be thankfully received by Mrs, Mottle JiIcGee, Rojine, Ky. tf to that Coiuumptlon It hereditary In my wife' family toiuo have already tiled with tliadla-caaMy wlfo bu a (la-to- r, Mrs, IS. A. Clrary, that wo. taken with Bhaliaed your "(Joldeii Medical UUcor-cry- ," antl, to tha aur-prof her many frlendj, he got well. My wife lias alao had hemorrhaKe from the lunge, and her liter Insisted on her ir the "llolden Medical Dlaoovery." conaenbwl Mm. IlooKns. In Iter n.lnir I It nn.l I, relieved her. Sho hat had no lyroptoru. or oonaumptlon for the pait lx yenra. I'copla having tbl dlaeaae can tuko no Utter remedr, your, very truly, An rnilnotit Physician ot Arkan.ne, telle ot 01110 ltcmurkablo cure ol Coiikumpllun, Stamps, La Iiyette Co., Ark. air. 11. v. rjEitcHi Dear Str-- 1 will lor thla you, bl trouble he gave tilt snike the Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report sflp and returned with fits bugs. The tinxt year the professor was up Drink ami the gang drinks with on the hills after soma more speciyou, swear off and you go it nlonejfor mens when he hoard a gtcat rattling, the barroom bum who drinks your nnd just abend of him in the trail he rum, has.t quenchleiM thirst of his saw a big rattler. It wns not coiled own. I'tftf t nnd your friends are and evidently wan not angry He many; fast and they cut you dead; looked nt it closely and noticed n scar they'll not get mad if you treat them on Its back. Then he counted its ratbad, so long as their stomach is fed; tles and decided that it was the snake steal, if you got a million; for then he had rescued the y$Jr before. It an ovrr Hi ii . and few snor dealyou can furnish lxiil;it'sthe great big seemed oveijoyed to fete him and them. Now you ers were w'lih'i thief that gets out on leave, while the wagged its tail like a dog, making a can buy theui in fmv rotuil shops, little ones go tojf.il. terrific rattling. The. snake follownnd they mv not kept by many Items of Interest Selected Especially down-towjobbers. Everybody now ed the professor about so closely that wears shoes ins tend. I say everyThe Pawpaws have been yellowed he could not get rid it, and it for Kentucky Headers. body, but that is not fjuito true, for by the first touch of frost. The crop became n pet in his bachelor apartI have now and then to order a few throughout Kentucky is abundant. ments. It used to coil itself at the r.oorl nnd Know What tTao nap- - pairs of boots for speciul customers. Wild grapes nre also ripc;persimmons foot of his bed and sleep there. Most of the wearers of long boots poiiHcl in Your Own Strtto arc plentilul; walnut trees nre break The professor's ftjeriis warned him havo thorn made to order, an exingdoWu with the weight of the nuts; that the snake would kill him or tiltico Our I. list luauo. pensive matter, quite beyond tho 'possoms arc as numerous n3 the hnlrs some one else, but he had every conreach of most customers. on n coon dog's back; the frost is on fidence In it. One night he heard a "There are still n few men and DESPONDENT DRUMMEn women that wear those the pumpkin and the corn is in the terrible racket downstairs in the ICy.. by Commit. utrltla In llnivllnc flreen. lasting congress gutters. They shock; there is plenty to eat, nnd the -room. He struck a light and Minn! Inc. d colored population will at once Ktitvi.INO fitil'l'.N, ICy., Oct S. Prank ' aro made at a factory up In Massahis pet was missing. Then he ran and they retail as low to become happy and greasy. downstairs and found the snake in E Itublilnn, ii t! rummer for the N. O. chusetts, dollnr and fifty cents. ns one. Nclaoti Mnnnfuctutlnt,' Co., of Nt. I.ouln, coiled around n burthe dining-rooeimimlltcd Mitclde in UiU city Thurs-dit- y They aro ugly nnd uncomfortable, The Maine editor who perpetrated glar. It was holding him with a ntfjlit by sliootlnj; lilunclf In tliu but some persons think them soft to the following is entitled to the front viselike grip, while it had its tail out temple with it revolver, lie on trie to tlio tender feet. Good pliant leather is seat in the galaxy of liars; "A IMllis-bor- the window rattling for n policeman. Otvenn hotel lioro on September 23, j much softer nnd moro durable, wlllimil money, and lit house rlccluicil man went iuto his cow stable though it costs a good deal more. to ri'jui mm nny nnu lie (;reiv very Hi) left the lintel Thurbday "About tho queerest shoos wo deal the other Highland by mistake mixed Sutherland's Kagle Kye Salve is the cow up a niccamash in a box lull new and original in style oi package even I nv; nnd wni not nreti until IiIa in are those bootees, or sisters' hotly at found In a sitting posi- shoos, as they nre somotlmcs called. Itiinoton-l- v ot sawdust instead of bran. The cow, aud medicinal qualities. n cure? for nil kind. nf sn-- e pvpu tmf tion in I lie street Friday morning, lie They have a single sole, no heel to supposing the hard times were the linn destroyed nil hl.t letters, nnd all is guaranteed to give satisfaction as of, and no hollow. They aro .t found In his pockets wns it speak cause of economy, meekly ate her an thnt oinimciu loroiu sores, piles, etc. copper cent nnd a paclmi;u of el(;ar-ette- made of dongola leather. Thoy como supper nnd the man never discovered Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. From articles found in his grip from Westcheatcr county, where his mistake until the next morning, throughout by lie is shown In haro keen itildlctcd to they aro JIury Anileraon' Autobiography, when he milked the cow she let down the use of morphine. farmers and others, I think, who do Mrs. de Navarro (Mary Anderson) half a gallon of terpentine, a cpiatt of not follow shoemaking as a regular CROPS IN KENTUCKY. has now completed theautobiography shoe pe;s and a bundle ol laths." trade. Thoy nre tho cheapest handol hey stage career, and a series ol the CfiiiimlMlotier of Acrlcnltitrn MollnweD made shoos in the market, for thoy Mulre. 111. Hepnrt. retail at about ono dollar and fifty A Methodist minister once started a most interesting chapters from the FitANKFORr, Ky., Oct. 7. t'omruis-Kioncents a pair. They could not be manuscript will be printed in The of Agriculture McDowell's church in n western to wn,but forwant stys: 'The continued drtnifjht made for that in New York, slinplo of pecuniary support was obliged to Ladies' Home Journal. In these itnd severe frosts have great as they are. There aro only a few Mrs. de Navarro will tell ot her rlninnrro to farmers. caused abandon it. His farewell sermon to of these shoes on tho markot, but I the lukewarm brethren was character- first appearance on the stage, the ex- corn Is materially damaged. The per find It necessary to keep them for periences of her theatrical life, and cent, of corn as compared with 189!, ized by more heat than elegance. He an occasional customer. They are Is 11.1. A reduced nverairn of wheat ended tmis: "At the last day the the famous people in America and was sown ou account of the dry worn by old ladles and sometimes by Lord will say to St. Peter, 'Where is Kuglaud whosj acquaintance she weather. Tobacco was Injured by sisters of charity. Somo women housed by havo them for house shoes. Thoy your flock?, and StPetet will nnswer, made. The Journal will begin the worms and that not fronts. The per cent. Is 85.'.!. Orass Is run in size up to Oi, which is a 'Here Lord,' and so nil the shepherds autobiography in nn early issue. parolicd and the yield of clovcrsced is pretty big shoe for a woman, and can nnswer. But when He asks me very (,'ood, three or four bushels per not small a one even for a man." N. Cry acre- The condition of live Mode is 'Where are your sheep?' how will I Y. Pfoiv counties. very (food, except in leel when I am compelled to reply, Iloj cholera prevails. DISAPPOINTMENTS. 'Lord, I havn't any; mine arc all bum J. ItouerlH. tho futurity ltnce at Leiuifftun hogs!' " Inventive Genius Ha3 Not Yot Sup-pli- d Undoubtedly the leader of the ReT.LXiMiiox,Ky.,OcL0. Tho first heat with Promised Luxuries. publican newspaper editors of Ken- of the $J3,00Q Futurity was a dead heat Catarrh Cannot bo Curod Tho western rainmakers, who, a as tucky is Mr. Sam J. Roberts, editor butvrron Oakland Huron and 4.fvatrina couplo.of years ago, cheered tho lifo LOCAL APPLICATIONS, with Bell, Lnrahle 3, Impetuous Time and proprietor of the Kentucky Leadthey cannot reach the seat of the 2:ifij. Oakland Baron took tho lead of the farmers of tho arid regions er, Lexington. tu tho tirst quarter, nnd led nil the boyond tho Mississippi havo given Catatrh is n blood or constiMr. Roberts has had a brilliant ca- nay till within fifty feet of tho wire, up tho struggle with the clouds. It tutional disease, and in order to cure when Ktttrinn licit came strong and it you must take internal remedies. reer siuce his entrance into Kentucky they flnislivd on oven terms. Second Is melancholy, Indeed, that but ouo journalism seven years ago. He is a heat futurity won by Oakland among them all retains any faith in Hall's Catnnli Cure is taken internally, and acts directly on the blood man of "much decision of character, Huron nil the way; Scourlnc was the batteries thnt were to create 3. Time, storm ceiiters which would give rain and mucous surface. Hull's Catarrh aud is very popular over the State. cecoud, Boreal won third heat 2.10XIn FuOakland Baron whenever desired. Even in his case His friends arc glad of bissucccss and turity, ncvor Cure is not n quack medicine. It bolnrr headed; Scourlnc. tho gas jars do not yot form tho upsecond; Impetuous third. Time, 2:lG)v was prescribed by one of the best wish him well. per vortex, but he believes they will The New York Press of last Sunday Mar Pointer won tho Tennessee pacphysicians in this country for years, ing slake, tiildiij,' fourth Kent iu :08); do it, after he makes more experiand is a regular prescription. It is contains a column nnd a half sketch l'Ynnk A;nn second; Vera Cnpcl third. ments. He is u denizen of Wichita, composed ol the best tonics known, of Mr. Roberts, which very accurately Tho stnko tvnt worth 81,000. Kan., where rain Is often needed. Oakland Huron won tho fourth antl Wo like his pertinacity iu tho faco combined with the best blood purifier, tells the story of his newspaper calast heat iu Futurity; Scourine second; nf scolTs and jeers. That kind nf a acting directly on the mucous surface. reer in Kentucky. man often gains his end at tho last. "Mr. Roberts," says the Press, Boreal third. Time 3:18. The perfect combination of the two Wo aro disappointed with tho flyHie lotiaceo Crop. ingredients is what produces such "hails from Canton, O , the home of Lkxinoton, Ky., Oct S. The toing maohlne men as well as with tho Gov. Win. McKinley. He first acted wonderful results in curing Catarrh. bacco crop In the Bluo Orass section of Wo had great promas correspondent for several papers Kentucky was not damaged to nny Send for testimonials, free. ises from the Gorman of Frankfort, fromCanton, then became reporter on great extent by the recent frosts. ToP. J. CIIKNBY & CO., Props , who got his wings on u year or two the Cleveland Leader, and in a few Nearly all the early tobacco had been ago; but ho is taking too long a rest ledo, O. cut, and only the late crops were inyears attained the rank of news editor Sold by druggist, price 75c. jured. Tho drought did not come early to suit us. That friend of his in this .a of the Cleveland 'Herald, now consoli- enough to injure tho tobacco to any town, too, who has repeatedly sent If you want good reading, almost dated with the Leader. When the great extent It will be about 75 per us word that ho would fly as soon ns he could got tho money, refuses to Herald was abandoned as a seperntc cent nf an average crop, but tbo qualfree.take ThrRkpuducan nnd ity Is excellent give us any encourgerneut till tho See, advertisement in this newspaper he returned to Canton and Itrge Tobacco Xlarn llurned. capital is paid up. ' The St. Louis spent six years investagatingtlie busissue. HopKiNavir.LK, Ky., Oct. 5,Tho iness side of newspaper making, largo new tobacco barn ot Dr. J. A. flyer, tho Washington flyer and tho Word, situated near Oak Grove, In this Conoy Island flyor aro all nwaltiug Kver person, big, little, old or rounding out his journalistic educadevelopments, as thoir predecessors county, togethor with all its contents, young, black or white, rich or poor, tion. waited for them hundreds of years consisting In part of 25 acres of fine towho has ever used Dr. Bell's Pine "Rarly in 1888 MrRoberts had his bacco, just housed, was destroyed by ago. Tnr Honey pronounces it the best fire. is estimated at about Wo would like to see both tbo flycough and luug remedy on earth attention attracted to Kentucky as a 3 (100, Tho loss with no insurance Tho origin s sucgood field for Republican missionary ing men and tho It's true, too, so we guarantee. of tho fire is not known. cessful. It will be lmudy to rcgulato Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. work, and, alter several consultations Coal Elevator Harnett tho rainfall, and, by tho way, wo with leaders from all over the Statc,it AuausTA, Ky., Oct 3. About 3 We regret the necessity urging this was decided to establish a daily Re o'clock Friday morning the largo coal might bo nblo to do tlrat without a vortox if we had shoulder feathers. method of notification, but the truth publican newspaper at Lexington, the elevator contalng about 10,000 bushels of the matter just now is, Tim Rurun-I.ICA- K metropolis of the Bluegrass region of coal belonging to the Citizens' Coal Of courso as snou as the wings como Loss, in, tho wheel must go out. To., of Pomery, O., burned. is in sore distress relative to 'and the very center of Kentucky f2,500; partially insured. This flro is Wo aro always prepared to hear of finances. If your subscription has Bourbon Democracy. of an incendisupposed to be tho work A stock comthe disappointment of invpntlvo ary. Tho elevator will be robuilt at minds. expired, dear reader, please consider pany was formed, ot which Mr. RobIt is only about one In u the fact that we are but human and erts was elected President, and he once. thousand of thorn who can malco his Drought Dltt Little Parnate to Corn. can only subsist by partaking of prop- was also charged with the editorial Lexinoto.v, Ky.,Oct a Tho drought idea go. But that ono may bo of er nourishment, which, though, it is management of the paper. moro servico to tho world than mildid not injure tho corn to any great avcrago crop, lions of other people who never inno fault ot ours, it takes cash to buy extent, the hemp is "On May 1, 1888, the Leader made oats nbovo the averagean and wheat very vent anything. Woaro not of thoso and drop in upon us and renew your its appearance as an afternoon Re- nearly nn average in Foyotto and ad- who scoff nt ovory new idea. N. Y. subscription at some convenient and publican paper. joining counties. Pastures, however, Sun. early date. "The success of the Leader has aro ruined. l'rerlnct Conimltleemen lllectetl. Fob Salis: One combined saddle, Whenever the little chitdten, the la- been n small marvel in Kentucky Fhankfoiit, Ky., Oct 7. two Democratic grossman Breckinridge took a hand In harness and farm horse; 6 years old. dies or the big men want something journalnalism. Its to regulate their liver or cure constlp-ntio- u daily contemporaries have consolida-i- n tho olectlou of prcolnct committeemen l'or further particulars call on or adSaturday nnd obtained four majority dress Tiik Rkuuuucan, nnd biliousness, Dr. Bell's Tiny Hartford, order to hold their ground, and In this county. His friends claim a Tonic Tablets is what they must have. tf Ky. last year the De'mocratic Mayor ol majority In tho district They cure and you never feel it. Lexington was compelled, under n vegetable. Purely Mint I'lKlit i:i.elliere. 25c a vial. Z. Jiotlee-tlnl- io Aslnty, Wayne Griffin & Bro. Louisville, Ky., Oct 7. Tho city int provision ol the new charter, to One coal bank untie, light bay, to alauthorities Monday decided not the Leader t"ie official newspalow tho fight botween Murphy and about 12 years old, 13 hands high, lleiMllliui Ornlilmlo. J".rjr,o.t bom fiJe Qrillln, and Billy Thompson, who has A professor ol entomology in the per ol the city on it with scars on his head and on his tho affair In charge, has beon notified hips. Anybody that will take him state university was searching the' circulation. In recognition ol his of the decision. success in a forbidding Berkeley hills for rare insects when up and drop me a card nt Adaburg, Alleged lllackmall. journalistic field, the Kentucky Press he heard the rattle of Li;xinoto.y, Ky., Oct. 7. Plorco Ky., I will come and get him, nnd a snake and found a big diamond Associatlonttvu enrs ngo elected Mr. Smith, tho contractor who Is charged pay him for his trouble. Flora Clark with detaining backed pinioned beneath a large Rolerts its President the only ReOath Fakmrh. at bestone, lie got a stick to kill the publican to whom Uilsdistinction has against her will, claims that ho Is ing blaokmallcd by tho girl and her ver bten hIiowu. snake, says a veracious California!!, mother. and then decided to release it first to Itecelpta liirrcMicil. in linn Wvrk, Danvillk, Ky., Oct 7. Collector see whnt'it would do. He approached Tlieic are Fomu people Uut accomdlstrlot, reports tho tocautiously, and the snake watched plish great results in one week; with Roads, of this collections for tal internal raven' him closely, but umnlfunted no hosotlicrd, the weeks drjit by one much September as $41,861 4. an Inareaso of tility. Herolledthestoiieoffolit, nnd like another. A great many would moro than $30,000 over the August re- CURES instead of coiling and striking at like to be up una doing if (Ucy knew ceipts. A V. M. C. A. Ilnlldliitr Ularter. him, as he expected, it stretched it- where to find the work beet suited to Lkxinqto.v, Ky., Oct a At a meet self, twisted its tail n iew times and them. S. I. Bell Company, No. 3018 ing hero Monday night 87,000 was sub- crawled slowly to yard him, He put Columbia Avinue, I'ltil nlolplil.t. can tarlbed as the beginning of a fund a Young out the stick he caitied, but the stmt you in it plearaut biulneu that with whloh to erectbuilding. Men's Chrlittun association snake rubbed pguinst it nnd twisted will pay you .1 lutiidsoinrsumot monbliut Ills lllvat j nround it tenderly. Theprolessorde-cide- d ey each wtek. They have a fine line Vaiiivilw, Ky.. Oct 7. Mack Berry- - ' CURES not to kilt it, and started on up of Juvenile Uooka now ready. See rsu shot and seriously wounded Eu- - j the trail. He was surprised to seo their adveilUemtnt on another page. fjeniw tVorlhlngton uunng an argument ubout a girl. following snake along, and Wiitc now Tin not put it oft. Be when he stuck one ot his fint in the field. An Occasional demand ior Odd Va-heavy cowhide boots out it rubbed rletles of Footwear, M.i'i euiite-ii.t- y.your Why mil ' " "t "Twenty years ago," said a shoo j gently against It After consider-a- biilirritlit OWBNSBORO, ky, Will praolice his profowion in Davicfe and udjolinng counties. Special' attention given to collections. Oflico, Bank of Commerce Building. .Im.N. tlleiin, LAWYER, GLENN & WEDDING, HARTFORD, KY. (Office, over Anderion'i Bataar.) R. Aesojloteilv itoire KENTUCKY. n k 1 m&zssa finQWO! J.H.Il. UeiltllllR, LAWYERS, Will nrnctico their nrnfesainn in nh thocoiirtsofOhio nnd adjoining coun ties, anu court 01 Appeals. Special attention given collections. Also Notary Public for Ohio county. flTTORIY jJT HAiiTFonn, dining- queer-lookin- g pro-cce- square. M. L. Will practico his profession in Ohio nd adjoining counties, and court oi nneals. Bnecinl attention crivpn ti collections. Office cast sido of purJfi ky If V Hbavrin. HEAVRIN Siiemiy Taylor. & TAYLOR, o KfiorneysatLaw HARTFORD, KY. ili-n- s. band-sewe- Will practico thicr profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, and in tho Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office, next door to Bank of Hartford. d Perry Westorfield, Attorney at Law. Beaver Dam, Ky. rt R. R. WEDDING Late-plante- d Attorney at Law, Hartford, Ky. Will practice his profession in all tho courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Office, in Commcrci al Hotel. Children for - Pitcher's Castoria. - 11 'poir W. H. BARNES at un Hartford, Ky. counties and Court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office next door below Coalmen cial Hotel. practice WILL courts of his nrofeseion in all Ohio and adjoining - Jo. B. ROGERS, HARTFORD, KY. Will practico his profession in th courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Careful attention given to all business entrusted to him, Oflico in Retub-lig- ax Building. Attorney at Law, - cloud-burster- O. 2vT. 3I2ST :?.?, Attorney ah Law, HARTFORD, KY. ' Globe-Democr- Will practice his profession in all th courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Caiolul attention will bo given to al busiuess entrusted to his care. Collections a specialty. Office with the county Attorney. Also Notary Public 353. 3F. (Oonnty Attorney at JC&W, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in the Courts of Ohio and adjoining conn-tic- s. Special attention given to "col lections. Office in Courthouse. 3r,au, Attorney) ' cloud-burster- Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. attention given to making abstracts, Ac, also Notary Pubjio lor Ohio Cqunty. Oflico North side of public spure. JNO. B. WILSON, SPECIAL 1 -' op-po- DENTIST HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. reasonable. Office over wl Williams & k. semi-weekl- y k Is prepared to do any and all kinds of Dental Operations. Prices most ' Bell's Drug Store. Vitalized air or laughing air administered for painless extraction of teeth. blood-curdli- ng Now York World. edition of the The Twice. New York Woild has been converted It furnishes into the Thrice-a-wee3 papers of 6 pages apiece, or eighteen SCROFULA. BLOOD POISON. TH CANCER. ECZEMA, TETTER. I dealer, "mcs longbooU wereepldij 5 ' BLOOD pages every week, at the old price of One Dollar a year. This gives 156 paper a year for One Dollarand every paper has 6 pages eight columns The wide or 48 columns in all. Thtice-a-weeWorld Is not only much larger than any weekly or newspaper, but it furnishes the news with much greater frcqency and promptness. In fact it combines all the crisp, fresh qualities of a daily with the attractive special features of a weokly. We have made arrangements to World and send the Thrlccu-weeTim Uhi'Iiulican for only S1.65 per Yours, year. Subscribe at once. TIIK REPUBLICAN. k ! !' iffiAflB mmtliK; urn '.. 'ii"-tt- - . m2&. wrwiw a udyKV "" vi - - -- bibb TIMES! V' liii-f- i - n Vow the Lift CtM tioket n.l you A(i for Un ibh1iiImm .of tbr-hou- of ft flit I Allnu j In i every ; slA IP i Log e.'J in i'c t' o I tare, under Uw ROSINE. Items of Interest from That Thlrvlhtf Little Town. J.iat Sitnrday wm citmty candl-dite- 'a day here. All oltheui were preaeot and our cltlaeaa ttt neil otit in a goodly aumoer to hear thnu, but tluy w ncadlv anioaed to hear the Democratic inu bol "tiei;to" pre dominance and renrnie Col. Bradley lor havlpg voted for an butioiable cll-li- n Ii a (ttiis. of the darker cU D blra(d his It In alright, Indefd, to vote pirty. nocr-twhob1 laud nd Of Potilavilje K., Vlv I' . ' , .ml mln I I" V kj i linn, miu h- -- Nervous and Weak llood'a Saraapnrllln Mado film a Different Man. Ml This hns boon the cry for t he Inst two theAmor the Tutenao from left nfttr defalcation is P., Wat years or longer. Some lay it to one thing Hardin, Democratic nominee fir and some to another. We do not pretend "mm"' ul K""ky. and Vint osTiTwlmt brought it,lmt it is lltll'Cl tini08 J01u ro" the Log abiu ticketu,n,X T K,u,t ,., u Krwiti li n II !f uu wi'nn n.l nuu n. uiiu. " watrenon say "the Driaucraile "h- uiiv to serve the people asnt.partyieaFreo Trade pnr o, it so well prepared , nothme." .. ii we i. ( im: . 1. tne presenti time, trr iihvu ji. gumis ui. f . . -- .11 Tiik ..(il sen ycs.nicniy oi mem. uuuirut cut :.!. MondayFanners' CrngreM at Atlanta declared for S.utid Money by the decisive Tola of 261 0 14 to and coins: to sell 'cm right. ctti Mil n'ii in.' e I!.. 1, Q'a not tanob Republican Who by way from the polls thi year. ( . Hump your ballot iupide the square able but ding li k in hhu ' Will be fitted v'lhnll iinl.rn tore at an early date The baul will open tor bvi'nea od Pebruarj, 17, 189S v. -- 1 I Tuug.va'. cry among now m, "Bja Democrat, win catqhoii." Democrat ruj, R'.jgir La3t Oall for Taxes. On account of short crops last year, nnri tho eonsequent scarcity of money, vyo h ive uuen easy wirn lrx- payors in forcing col Mr. II. II. Xfjuy Burekn Bprlnga, Ark. lections, but now the "I cannot And words Jn which to ezprcni tor Ilood'i iimo is fabt. approach my tbanlcfulneM (or whathuibmd. lis my hut dona w niilloted with rhamat!(m and the ing when I will have grip. He lout hli appetlt, wu nervout inl hi kotloni beoomo to settle with (ho nolltantsll lout htm.flugglb, having Ho ncrmed a tibyiloal wreck. At last ha duoldod to inke Hood'a Bnnwjxirllln, nml ntttr State aud county for thouBhhawaa well. Ite mid looks llko all the tax due them day he laelacontinued taking it, and Dtfforont Man. whether 1 collect it Oar haate UWe will without Hood' other nerer tar. MporllU. not accept any from oar drugglit. llood'a Baroaparllla or not, thereforo you Cures who stirl owe taxes, Hood's5 eaannt be 1 Wnnr a nuidern Federal gold-bi- n i 4 Democrat t or l a UHlce now, he writes u united -- .!-- uui so If you are prepared WITH THE Cash, come and see what you can do. This season we have the most complete line and be9t Quality of Goods thatwe have ever had, and will sell them awfully cheap for THE CASH. we are prepared. HUNGRY WE AREhungry for more money, For more trade, we are We can Save You' - A Dimeor a Dollar (or more) on every purchato of a Suit ol Cloihes or a nice Dres Pattern. Wo Lavo just received a big iuvoiceof full and wiuterMerchandle,Q'cbtaclug all tho Latest Styles of seasonable goodsClothing, Dry Good, Notion, all of which will bo offered at pncM Boots, Shoes and other Merchandise lower than were ever known in this town before. NotoaPow Frioet: Fine fall styles of Prints Fine Standard Prints A Iteavy.smooth Domestic, yard wide 5c S , Fine bleached Domestic Dress Ginghams, good styles All the best figured Oil Prints ' All the best Indigo Prints Good Cotton Jeans Heavy Jeans Heavy Wool Twill Plannell Heavy and wide Cotton Flannel Ladies, Misses and Children's IlandktrchWa Good Cotton Flannel drawers Heavy Undershirts Linen Table Damask Men's Fine Laundried shirts Men's work shirts Fancy Apron Ginghams American bnirtings Clay Worsted Suits, best grade Blue Cloth Suits Fine Cassimere Suits Men's Fine Hats Boys' Suits 6c 6c 6e 5c 15c aoc 1 $ and toe 3c (or 5c ac as tot 50c 40c 6c $c fuui rear Sulphur Spnna the t4th, qua'ifl'd for the office he teeka and treut. fust W regiet It sing ao worthy a ban a good chanre to win The Democratic twaddlo about citucu, but real'a that our Irai is an- us to levy on soil I The cautenl Democracy is indeed mixed eehoula in Kentucky hi care of I othr'a gain. .. tVi nrxtirr hlllnnl I W . Ke publican victory ia made in the uccna lor me uccror in L. new ma In a d plight, when tlte Committee IS yOUL prUlllTTY. knowled(e that the Rt-- Uicana cullj Billy Brtckinridgo to take tbe Mr. 8ut!enSer, at the homeof Mra HOW t()0 lfl1 Q f()T me atom p. He hat already tpoken at arc aa tar a Democrata from denirlug mixed Mhoola, and the lurthtr faot Whittinghilla. I very tow It ia ftdniatillrn ttli1 It M. luuirt AiinminiiAfl to vis kt lh Owutltutwn eaya that repa. thought ahe will not recover. he would apeak at Louiaville that Mr. St. Clair, having purchened tl-C0,"Kd laat night. Brecklnri.lgr ouht to be .aU ,' Watt'a property, bis lately moved to oh,Wrea ,ba ' """wJ- made to take the reat hi. prX. conduct our town. We arc (flid to have auch six pen' ao ichlj menu. Ewkwhkhk to tbeso cofumn. .till men aa Mr. St. Clair with u. ar-- a will bo CHAR1,-!.MAOSR. erT complimentary cjsn. Th : rrgiat ration laat je.tr in tbe ' 'ouo lion or J31 u.m. Jiarnett,itepubllcau city of Louisville gave the Democrata Xcvor Vi tor HaiallH. be in a The LouUville Poat ea) a editorial8,000 maj riiy, but at the election nominee torKepreeeotauve, frjm the (c v days, of tbo city went republican by 4,000. Under, ow of tbe principal Republic- ' ly aa follow: an papeMot the Slate. (J.I.Biroett ia To vote fot IUrdin i to approve fl ; ..,; 1 Tbie year tbe registration show only TT..t ee.,v v i 4,000 Democratic majority, and the mnking frie.la cverjwbero iu lie hia abanoment of thr i.l.tlonn. To vote for Hardtn ia to answer canvas and wore than hold hit own be indication are that Louiaville will i with hia competitor on tbe alutnp. the appeal of the Commitgive the Republicans from 8,000 to . Ma tee of Thirteen to abandon ycur opin10,000 -- G rover Clevel intf who a,p li'tetl ttegivea 10 ofli.e, but will never do to .iJUiLini ii aupfMit Col ttr.tdley, bvcauid be votseneatiou lu Pice Silver cire'e. u Hon. Ohohok V. Loku, ed for a "negro" in it county election au.u.-- a' Mr. B D. Htoo for a number of Hcin nnialnee for' Treasurer, will Prof. Crj.ve'n nddreaa Pridav night peak at Rwinc on nex Friday, the years editor of the tfa aid has covered On the aubJrcf'Love Labornnd Live" fair cnnrctl n lth the pnpr that he 26th. , Mr. Li ig make a aplond d a excellent, and all enjoyed it very laiememot tne iwueant iho cams much. Notwithstanding the inclemmay 1ivo'A hi rive to hi canvas. Mr. Ultimo i an able newtpapor man paign and every voter woo can ent weather a veiy respectable number waa prtscot Come again, Pro-- , acd it ii to te hoped bi retirement ahould bear hint at IVwinn fcaao. , from the urna'itio field may be but Hok. UaUm.Es Pimlky, Uepublio Tlte datk angrl vlaite-ua Fndy temporary. an uoiuinfla for Hecrelaty of State, night unU took tiotn us our eaUcmed here towutinau, Hsq Bycra. JumibC.A, Johnson, el Lebanon, will tpcak at tho Court llo-iiou noxt Walffoeaddy, the 23nl, ut ne Bro. Kicbnidaon, our new divine, who formerly wr to a series of able o'c'ooji. Jit. Fin ey ia a clear head- filled hU appointnient here Sunday, political aiileloi for Tire Rtpuiiuc-ax- , ed, well iadtrmtd yoiio mau and a tic gcea to hia ne w home at Snlphur is u ena.lldn'e lor Representative good epeaker. ftfpuHlictH who Spiiug in a few day. in Murbii county and ia makiug a luim hearing bim will roiu a political Dr. S J. Wedding moved to bla He if eminently splecdiJ 'ftnvaM 104 letter, mil eh,s I ii rrusona for not auDuortinir bit oartr. then takes the drat trait. t Washiugtn i and laa hotaf'Upon ibc rteonl he hat fir mado. lt-p- i. 1 A i Tie reeult produoad a - Bint-paril- ln u to- A ' are requested to pay at once and not force and recommended loo highly. We "wwnuiij rwvininvnu Jloufl'S CMinifllNI rilla and rtnnrf'n MIL " Msa W II. UltaT, Box 675, Enrckn BprlBK, Ark, . ui Hood's PIIj,oreoniUrUilrrMtArln rntaius mum el ua aHitMeUry eaml. . . A I fl it iHNt, 1 " ". e 1 ' J or my deputies it all of you before the per cent, alty added, which will Bkavrk Dm. Kv , Oct J. 195. I wish to thank the people of Iloaver Dam und vicinity for kiudneaa during the ucknixa of my wife. I will gmteful to you M. nil. Smctrely jnur friend, J Hudson. , majority. $13 00 to.oo 8.00 1 50 f t.50 up Want of space forbids the mention Of more prices, but call, and we will show you that you can buy goods at figures that will look as if an NOT maho your pockct-bcoe lephant had stepped on it. k , Oa Monday Judge Tooy,of Louie villo, banded down a judgment in the tuit of Kaufman, Straus A ;Co., va. the Louiaville Oa C. in which he rendered judgment for plaintiff in nm ol -- 29,655.33 for demage re. eulting from an exploaion, which occurred iu the defendants work three or four year ago. This ia perhapa tLc largest judgment for damages ever (J von in the State. the Democrata are troubling about "mistl school," "negro equrtlity" and uch rot, in case Bradley i elected, tim .Yew Smith, a negr pr.perot u oppoaing Brad l.i r and ba takon his name from Auiiouuh the ticket. Beyond all tbi the Dem ocratic Committee has employed the Democrats, negro Christian and Rcs, to go over the State making Deraociatic peeche. Why then Vote the Log Cabin ticket. should not the people fear negro domVote early for tbe polls close at f ination it the Demccrats wwf None PUBLISHED EVEKY FIUDAY MORNING o'clock. hut a party ia the last extremity iu HAJI A. ,l.Mli:it.SII' tLe hut ditcr lroirlclor. v.rc!d to such Vote the Log Cabin ticket aud ....iiiitor, Jo. 11. uoai:iiN bare inothodt. you vote for home and country, Proprietor Big Cash Store, qEI3Lr?.,,I?DErrOEl.X3, - ."5?: Hartford Republican Subscription, $1.25 per year. Friday, Ocronmi 18, 1855. Votk the Log Cabin ticket aud you vote lor free and better tchoJd. the Iog Cabin tioket and ou vote for freedom and proipeiitj REPUBLICAN DEVICE. Vote Vote tbe Log Cabin ticket aod you vote for tbe government ofuir father. faJqgitJyfaarSiaiaa Von: tbe Log Cabin ticket and you vote for good men and ptod measures. I Mm?4Hr?i Republican taw ' Votk the log Cabin ticket and invite your neighbor to go with you and lu likewise. Ticket. VoTBlheLog Cabin tioket for it stand for home and achoul aud our ouniiioii welfare. Governor, COL. WM. O. BRADLEY, of Garrard county Vote the Log Cabin ticket nod you voto for liberty of coowienee and ireeddii of speroh. 8 Lientonniit Governor, ; war. J.WOUTIIINGTON, of Gieenup county. Auditor, SAJt II. STONE, of Madieon county, Vore the Log Cabin ticket and you vote for the best interest of tbe children of the Slate. Vo'i the Log Cabm ticket aud you vote to lower taxe aud raite the price of tho produot of labor. 'J'fJU -- LJt Secrelnry of Stnte, CHARLKS FINLEY, of Whitley ootinty, Trwiiuror, Votk the Log Cabin ticket and you vote for work and wage for the wilting aud worthy laborer. ticket, for It the bulwark of our nation al equality aud independence. ) mlwlixt GEORGE W. LONG, of Grayson oounty. Attornoy General, .1UDGE W. S. TAYLOR, of Butler county. Supt. of Public Inretrucliou. W. J. DAVIDSON, of I'ulneki county. Vote the Log Cabin "Tba t'uaniiii Vmplr," Thi ilarttord Herald, the once As Abraham Lincoln called them, do great mogul of tie Democratic prty, not ci re-- to argue about their ail- but now tbe mcoeley, little biadmoat tueut. A'hat they want ia medicine sheet of a (till m re deluded aud al- that will cur them. The Miupte, most obliterated parly come out thi honeai, atatement, "i know Ih.t ,'or biKtC's-- j for votes en individual ef-llood'a Saraapaiilla cared me," is foils and pertoutl popularity. KKN week and in for mi it verr. vcrv TUCKY IS BFIIINO TP.E AGK IN low scattering reader that if tho Re- the bsst argnmeut in favor of thii PKAMNG WITH FtVB SUBJKCrt, publicans gain control of th State, ired'.cfue, and thi' is what many OF FIRST IMfORTANCB TO thonjands voluntarily ay. we will bate m'xed "clioa'a. It ta lNTLI.LIGl'.NT COMMUNITY, Hood's Pills are the beat after dinibink that mei of RF.VliNUE, CONVICTS, sad, indeed, i CIIARITAHI.E INiTIlUriONS, euppoeed intelligence houll be trys ner pilia, 8RUt digestion, cure headSCHOOLS AND PUBLIC ROADS ' to run a ur wpaper, when it ia ache jc. "Mistake b.ne been made, but ing mistaken were totviUb'.e, when the evident they l.uve never read the V, nlaaiil Ttaeaa. I'am't Met Ala Legislative Brunch of Government of their own State. Section 7 he Icllflwing toast to the men ia was penalized, and tbe party in the 187 of tbe Cusstltuilun aay: t to a charming Henderson aicecdaut, aa far aa it State policy '"Separaw tohii. fur hite andool-ore- d cirl: VOod bless 'em. We halve went. LACKED EOTH CONFI-DENCobildreu elmll bo roaiulaioed," their joya, double their aorrowa, trebAND COURAGE " That provi ion of tbe Con itutiou le tluir expenses, quadrup'e their TnK "mixed iclfol" que.tlon ia an 'cannot be ohinn, ou'y by a direct cares, excite their aftictiona, control tiller absurdity ar.d u b dy knowa it vote of tbe p.ip'o, and a'l ofth thelt property and out maneuver better than Mr. Hardin, bis ConimiU HtraW Utile silly u!k about mixed them in everything Tbi would be a dieary world without men. In ia hu echo the cry school anil i:ej;ro doniiaalloit lee and hi bceitr km eked hihi-- r than a kite aud that fnct, I may ay,'it would not be much over tbe Slate. The New Constitu of a world without them anyway. tion which was voted for by a major- paper, In put oa the list f piperita We love 'em, and tbe precioua el ity of tbo negioei, aud which cannot being wilfully and malliiouily false lowsdou't know it. Aa huahanda be tliauged rxcej t by a vote of the from begiuuing to end. thej atatwaa convenient, though people demands jM.rate school for not ulways on hand Aa beaux they white aud colored children. AFTjCR 'Vila BQODLB. Section aic by no means mathleaa. They 187 of tbe present Con.titutlon la a fr. L. C. biorinan, preaeot Audita arc moat agreeable vpiitora. They follow: or ol the Stale, candidate for reelec- ate handy at tatra and iudlpenable "lu distributing the school fund no tion and Mauuger at tho State Djmo-crati- t at tbtatrea. Tbey are splendid w d istinction tball be ado 00 account of Campaign tio&iniiter, ha bton corta for aoma other fcllow'a wite'a rare or eoler, anrt teerate school for aister, and aa irlcuda they are better white and col orcl cbitdren aball be olicliiup a corruption fund to help bold Kentuo'iy la tba Democratic than women. We aro ready to cry, maintained." or lie, or fly tor th miu fact, do Notice the tuition doea not column A prominent Donoocrat of Jnckson anj thing but die for Yicoi " that seperate tchool lor white EV-liRTO-WICon-s.imtipri-ataE 11 Mb. Hekiiy Wattobso. the great Editor rf the CotiK'e.urftaf, ray of the DemoojgfjjB party iu Kentucky: ' Iu State 'Ofluirs the Democratic party, ca ajarty HAS NliVER HOA POLICY. F,veryineaure ol impoitance to the bute, has rested Vote for the re-- ' ion. apectability of youraelf aud family ! To vote for Hardin ia to vote for Jo itamping benci'b the rootter'a feet." Blackburn. If that mean anything the Uirald To vote for Hardin ir. to condemn means to say that any man who doea Cleveland and CnrlUlc To 0t8 'ar Hardin i not voto the Democratic vote for ticket tail to maintain re nect ability 0f the free coinage ot attvet. ' To te ,or HBrdin ia to vote lor a hiraelt aud family." Iu other wor is f,,e ,ilv'r NiUotial i not rerpectable to vote any that it other Hckct but the Democratic tick ' Corerlte ln ,89f . et. Shame be upon uch a .enflment ! fwjkaT.V0U s Unriin to vate for " . alalarr vkaaA iHa uv hwni)w,c iif ioyv and upon him who gives it utterance, i To vote for Hardin ii to aubmlt to The great coutest ia Kentuoky i the oke of f eletfe I BiMea. To vote for Hardin is to align Kn- ooming uuw to the climax to the settlement by tbe hal'ot. The voter, tucky with the free silver agitator. To vote lor Hardin ia to vote to ninety-nin- e ont of every hundred, , continue thrash 1896 tne silver agi have their mind already itnde np, tation, to the gieat injury of fcuai-nthat the groat afftrt niw will be to get the voter to tbo poll. To vote for Hardin ia to rote to aboi.ld falter now. continue the hard times, and to postThe fight ia won it tho Republicans pone indefinitely to retnrn of confl-decturn out and voto. Thousand cf Democrat will support Bradley, ba 1oole for HaHIn Is to atrlke a cause they cannot 0 n.cUniiouJy blow at tbe public credit. uidoree tbe couise Gea Htrdin ha To vote for Hardm ia to support pursued in igooriog the platform. the men who denied the nomination Tbi i our oppurtunily in Kentucky for Governor to Buckner, and who to redeem the Ulatu aod everyiief nb a' ticked his aupporteis and drove lican abonid ba at lit pwt uoiil the him from the Senatorial field Democrats, never vote for Hardin. pnll olote. , Tub final,' ujr. w , i f open every Sundays excepted, where vou can find some of us ready t receive lax money tA uiiiiioiu but our djl iil, ?'l' for Cuts, Uruises. 8orea, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Soiee, Tetter, Chapped Ifaitda. Cbilblaloa, CortM.nnd all Skin Kraftioua, and positively cures Piles, or no pty required. It If euar- untied to ivc perfect aatiafaculnn or refunded. i'" rw box ciun n willlauiB c Bell. tf Buoklen's Arnloa Salvo. The Out Saivr in the world Per !...' - -r--zr- Tn - iTsJVPrxlTnp nave you an article prtteutwl or not, that nu with to get manafactur. ed? IT., write us reanlittg antne. Wo make a apeciaityof I'RAOTI-CALLDEVELOPING INVENTIONS, doh,K all kiud oi DIB wotk, and raauufamriog under oontmot. If you hive a partially developad Invention, wo ei i lu ot great Mrvioa to you in peleciiug it Wo arc practical ful- and receipt therefor. l9" M. ce. must if this warning appeal is not heeded. Your Obedient Kpar4, An AUwi38-Fath9- r has this year smiled upon our county and and manufacturer of blessed us with boun- twenty five yMmexpericuoa amiover ly abreast tiful crops of all explanatorywith the tiotea. 8atnl for circular kinds,for which there Cinclrnali Spacialty Mflj. Co., So. 72 W. TMid at.. are now open rady tt CINCINNATI, OHIO. markets and out oi Ytiurj men or young women to in life ahould this great surplus tax alwaja any vocatiou that the bottom leweiuber tine payers should will rounda ul the ladder ofthere' are filled to overflowing, but always room at the top That'a where Dr. ingly pay what they Belt'a for colic, cholera and diarrbtet stands at 35c owe. After the 10th and joe on a guarantee It's soldWayne by. Griffin & Bra, day of Noyember we the Voters ot will call on no per- ToPsllow CiTtziurs: Ohio Comity I ambefotc you son the second time a the Popottat candidate to House Ohio county in the Iower asking the for tax money: but and am proi'uceroi anffrage of every honeM wealth. If electpledge uiyeell to wotk for the will bo forced to levy rbeatIinteieat of Ohio county, aud look in every instance after hud guard your inteieata to the beatolniy ability. promiae also, that my Senawhere the money is tor shall voteto or UnitedI Bute whom no that candidate not paid on demand. think writ beat subserve the tfiefltI majority of Keutuckuna We hope wo will not rency question via Theon the curcnaetinant of a law free and unlimited be forced to levy, but coinage offor thegold and ailver at the both aspir-ins; Anti-Fl- ux 55. repre-t- ut - !, v : present legal ratio ol 16 to I. No one will appreciate your voto more than myaelf. Reep'y, servant, 3 J I. Miu.wi. C.P.KEOW,,S.O.C. 0nt 4.v Rigistcr of tho Land Olloe, CHARLES O. REYNOLDS, of Fnyotte oounty, Comiulsaloner of Agrioultuie, LUCAS MOORK, of Marion oounty. Railroad Commissioner hi Dut. JERRY R. l'ORTEIt, of Illckninn oounty. v For State Senator, PR. A. D. JAM11S. For Rcpteaeutotivc ftom Ohio County t am law t a. K C. M. nAKNKTT. For Cotoner, taw i. w. nuxr. n.. m ,, unu KcepU going 011 111 e..i 11. ... ., 1 wmi cveijiNiugwmi tne couuiry ,, . ,, ........... . Votk tbe L"g Cabiu tnkutand and colored rou) bo maintained, but i rote for the niaiulcuauce of our tk'Ul be uiiuluii.eU. Such an appealo to tho supposed ignorance and prju-dltcurrency on an equality ol value. of the people an loiult to the Voie tbe L-Cabin ticket aud luiulligence of lb people ofKentucky. you vote to maintaiu mry doljar A will ohargo tbe people of the equal in purohuing power to v Stat with being iu tavor of mixed ery utber dollar. lohoo'a, because they adopted tbe Constitution, wl icb forbid mixed Votk the Log Cabin llekot and (obool,atoohnrge that in caeot the you vole fir economy in public oleutiun of tho Republican ticket, will be Khoolcd and agalaat tba record of whliaa aud oolort-NoiMug hut Veapatation extravagauce mad by the Democrat-- i together. oould drive tbe Democratic lemlers, party. to uch a cow editor aud apeukji V(ris the Log Cabin ticket and ardly, aueakiug aud diabolical you vole lor our Ameiirau home acbeme. TLo) Imve left the realm of Aiueiicau inkliluiion aud Amerirju Uiiiinuto iirgiiineut, beiug driven nil that pftru.in to a ha li fi MiihFl11.ll, iu part by thtir owu progiet er ai tl !' r i u ii n can hil ti 1 und their Coiuuiitlio, W li hit ii .' il (rum 'u ' iinl mm im v p ii can ii ii n mi ess in m 11 m is in Tar MiTCTIfflft ""Tiar tilit up u il.u LiiUulii) in. 4 i.inu il'i-ot die jl'iji1i, vilioje iuiti rtt r Brti,1,IW"LT.K';"u.' "" t,C9 tkggWfTyfanBlfignfa lU-- nu'ioa to Imvo at heart tiucli ,jwrafa turtice are- a dirae-- to tbe Ktate 011 1 111 ilut-"-ue' 1 county in a dited MuKce, O;'. 8, and uldivned to Hon. L, C- Norman, Doidjo alio S.uW Cominiitei1, aaya. "Iuiu iwer to your of Stptem. bar 12, iu rr,;fird to gutting tip forot money for caiujialn ftiud. I will aay that I have ootisiiltad the leading Demotriit oounty on that laftW tuhjtet.'' etc , aad oirwludea, thay are too p mi and W few to "ountrib-utau)thtug Aud Mr. Norman U - law '' ho'daitd i abniuwli'M in hit at- fjru to raue ' c.m;i'iij:ii fund ' thnt he boldly pulnVie ihia loiter foil u itfil. lii - a 1) able to I ut I will I c ll llirru ia I nli "t Ik litis not becu y tribnto nion anl wha lie iVi'fl nny'hln, i ICt)t at l'ie s'tii" ol Hv iu.!i 1' l.i' iiv ' -- -' 1 ft 111 i.'l"C ttl aai M1 wi.i niroii'l ' v f t tliJi'.i if Norm iu & Co. Vote the Log Cabin ticket ind rebuke this '.lit '"", - The following is teport of Beech Orovc District No. 35, for the school month ending Sept tj, 1805: E tells Hail 95,'Neonin Oentty 95. Sadie M Petty 93. Horace Hirl 9a, Cawon 1 1 o-d- ay Park 9, Allle Park 91, Kraok Pettr MocaMdly. became ! 91, 8am Petty 89, Chester Battan 83, A It c'i . utt ulten follow ttifllng iaa allium 70, lea Milam 93, AUle J 3 ailm Hi Pentieis 78, Jesse Milam 95, Oeorgo If yati are weak S l (tncrall ex. PaviMin 85, Anna Davidson 91, KlUe nauatad, ntrvoui, H a hava no opikiIio n Milam 89, Allie Davisdn 93, Aman" . !. , W, , Iwafn al note Ink- - m da Hail 93, Nolia Duncan 89, Amble Ingihaataat rella- - a OYA Ua uraasttMoInK n Penttea9S, Bffle Pentreai 93. Char-li- e fi Br8r4.-ij.Brown ' Iran Bit. Z Divieou 90, Ltvla Davison 83, lanal Mimaa l I '" from Ihavery fint Wilbur Johnson 8j, Johnny King 8a, M ftLlittaTJ ". , Caraon Duncan 83, Hat tie Peutreas 1 IT CURES 78. Cart. Sopkb, Teacher. Dypepia, KWnoy and Liver fi Nouraigfa, Troublcvs, S Constipation, Impuro Ulood, at Blolla. Maria, Nervous ailment fi I wish to say to my friends at Hart Women's complaints. ford, Dearver Dan. and Taylor Mine Oal Mily the t.nulne-- lt ha croiicJ reJ g llnea on the wrapper. HjHUMdna. that my work ia such that I will reaaowM chemicul co. bautimore. mo. 2 Hun. J P Drukell, Popoliat tt main in Hartford tor some time, and VMMMolIfEooBCEeiJetiOBetJS! for State Senator wilt apeak at am better prepared than ever to clean the following titnta und pi cat in and dj clothes Briny or send your Now'g the Time- Ohio county; wo,rk tome aad it will be done up The scripture aay there is n Hattford, Oct ai. nicely and at reasonable prices time for everything. Cane Run Church, Oft A time to . Youa truly, Usclk Job. weep, Suleliur Springe, Oct ! time to elng, a time to - .. Wtt Hnnu 11 play, a time to daoce, mid a time I.iiHilfd, Sunny Dale Schoolbouae, sight iy ThU paper litis none but the kinds to PAY. Did you ever think of Magan, Oct 14. , est feeling for J. 1 Miller, but his this? In other words, what do DianAeld (at nigbl) Oct. organ ot Beaver Dam has not known you think abont that subscrips- . nell'a Ruti, Oct him as long aa we lnvc or it wou'd tion account you have been owing (nUrtowu, Oct. 6. not abuse the fcigmrs of Brookin's lol these many yeara? Mcllenry (.it night) t 20, petition tor executive rteuieney. It Some People Everj body invi'.eJ. sny-acfewuui.i noi urge .Mr. Miller as the F. W. I'luiw, Well I am going to pay it qffjbut unrelenting foe of the site ol liquor Ch'm'u O C. 1. I'. Com. stop and thiuk "we cannot rut)" Mr MHler'a record and his onran on such "promlaes," conflict, they do not consist. KIiihi la I'aathirr. It takes At the Tuehduy hCounei-J- i uriml siyn: A ny term 01 tne unto Circuit money. Your account may be Court, am ill, but several of them Ridded i.tn I ink w otan .'. il at Sa 1S75 Mr Miller wu indicted, y Uy jeblerl..y moining with together amounts to something. tiled, found guilty and (Tiled aeij.iul o! 15 000 II wi'lht Li'nwu Ijr inliwfullv tcl'mij liquor whn it How About Your-aefe- r ni the "i ci.imeuto Deposit Iliuk. r mid h ue been Hold lawfully Hud Account? I.00U at the label on The follow ing ate the officer. G. W. Mr. Miller bad such a peftlou lie minbt have been pud m.-yourpaperaudgetyoun pencil and t'he eJ- Mattiti, at Sacramento, Ky , I'usi-ittu- t. Uor of the liKHiMnalmt would have paper, figure it up, aud Bend or J L. Stinnett, of Wlutebville, jiiuuuuiy aigi cu 11. bring ub the money , iBadly hWfl's a Feel eBeftMMMRdHO&afiaKagN ? 1 i rllai qiu-Oldr- ttt a. O-- . y as.. Mihse-quvntl- , ' r n ; B) liiilfc w m . ,. ,. . , J. ,Jti. JfttT. n jfa Jt'JJJJIL'-- E 'J I II ' PKICEOLIPPINUS week a lively onoat Fair Bros & (Vs. Magnificent nrrny of Now Fall and" Win-do- r Goods, together with m::g!c hiiiuonco of J ! '( , llll I ( II i ' ill ,, C ci Oil '. I 11 11 BhAV'EH D.xMr Co l)c Vol-ti- n't n in it Can n V Co it t 11 t S nr i) tiljtmt :.n,p pi .(1 Wd.M'.i Fa.. I U4it' '1 W II 1 That will make this ig Ohm tuk(t siiRiht. Hon. Chos Finley Call on sliav I! mit lot Wtdnee-da- y. (it..i1c (.pits Olhce ( at Tiir . I11I Kki'Ithmcan ii ( 1 rn;! has ignition from prcnchini r n r p 1 ' Ktv 1 H .1 hie rei wai HsfiC' WtVL In ic. I . ilhnKt .11 good, BSy in t loiU dm Moil ' n i - ') - iV Co Sure to please yon, FalrBros.ft Co's Millinery. New Milliuery Co's. Hros. RSOUu. if that i uUI iV Ilolnroolt bttS Will Bitot all la trams. etery wee itMr ' called. Ores ) Don't fill to sea our ne-Cakson ft Co floods. tear . your orders with A r l'aie for Groceries. popu'ar low prices " inspire customers Mr. D. W. Klnnel, Ueralv Co see us Holiday. Carson Co with Come and see our new Hats. Miss Sara Collins has the loveliest bats Hnrgalns in Boots and Stives at in town. Carson & Co, Pair Bros ft Co'a. Have your printing done at Tkr Men and Boys clothing a specialty Rbfublican office if you want super, at Pair Bios. & Co's. away. ior work. Everything uew and styles are y of capes Another shipment at Fair Bros, ft Co's. Miss Clemmie Park, who has been BOOTS AND SHOES. Remember Hon. G. W. Long will quite aick at the home of Mr. C H. Mui's goad boots . $i i$ wort'uft 75 Hoover, was somewhat better yester. '" 2 15 speak at Rosine on the 15th. 75 day evening. " o " best " . 50 We have just received another lot " medium fins booths 50 " J s of Clothing. Esq. W. M, Awtry, Horse Branch, Carbon ft Co. I 50 Ildlas best grnin liU.ton shoe Messrs. A. I. Williams, Centertawii, Come and bring your neighbor to and Jno. W. Tichcnor, Point Pleasant, Warranted not to rip Iidiw glove grilu button shoes $1 35 hear Plnley next Wednesday. were in town Monday. and an oaruerness to biiv v. lii i5 all lines are complete and thus givvJ3 business an impel ue, which keep our house crowded. Note these low prices on such articles as every family must have, and Confidence Mr. BdAxton, Mailing Clerk at a yard at Owensboro l'ostoutce, is in town. " Messrs J no. B. Wilson and Js. A. Smith spent Wednesday at Heflin. Go to Carson At Co. and tee the We want some mote good correnew Diets Goods. t Him itllllstry at spondents in every locality in the See the cheapest county. Pair Bros. A Co's. Dr. J. R. PI file will leave next Cate's Jeana, yarns and finseys at Tusday lot a few dsys business trip I'alr Bros. & Co's. Come in next Wednesday and hear . . Hon. Chaa. I'inley. 5c . L. Bnllingtou is the Remember best barber in the State. Horneninde liddaey I'alr Bros.' & Co' Go to hear lion. G, W. Lone; at t Rosine on the 25th. to Caney ville. " tio I" loi t in 1) nt lici honn in I.iljcrt) Rn, cin Misses NettU" nnil M i fcpci.t Suiiil iy in Ilartfmd Mrs. f. M Hudson, who has b en pick fnr vprnl tnonths died at her irirfemaini n hoi i' Jnuil y rr Data Cemetery in Ik Mr CI ui'l 1) Chkk spentSaturday nn Sunday at his home in South MOST PERFECT MADE. Beaver Uim. FV A puts Orapo Cream of Tartar Powder. Misses Clulle Gray and Mamie froi Ammonia, A1imioranyothraduHrau Pridty night in Mitchel spent last 40 YBARS THB STANDARD. Hartford. was Mr Jesse BefrjqCWhltesvllle, nnat." ;s 1 in town Saturday. Patmers in tb coi iim me busy Miss Luis Walker spent Saturday sowing wheat. and Sunday st hat home near Hart-for- t. Misses Frsncts Gentry, Katie Petty, Kstle Gentry mid Cora Petty wen Dr. f. J. Mitchell was in Cromwell thi guests of Mrs. T. J. Smith hut Tuesday, Rev. O. Westerfield, of the Sunday. Mr. U. R. PallSrton, who has been M R. Church, preached a very able operator here for tin past two years seimon st Beech Grove last Sunday. will, go to Central City, where he Dr. Westerfield, of Megan, contemwill take a position ns teller and plates locating hereto practice his Mi s M ftWM R3filt"T m msw w CREAM T FOU i)llil tut: sic Ay i )l THE TIM To buy while you can get choice. BAKING we mmm THE FACT m EOT 1 1 .:-- - 11 And have the latest styles and patterns in DRESS GOODS, book-keepe- r. prof-salo- n. Marga-jetB.CTsi- k. Wed-ucsd- that right 1 Mr. R. P. KosJnt and Miss were in .McHenry aiternoon. Mrs. KHsa. dray in company with her Sister Mrs. Martha Illngo, Hartford, left Monday for Dsviess county, where they will visit theirfriends worth $1 50. Indies fine Dongola kdl tip shoofi 15 worth $1 50. Children's coarse shoes 50, 65. 75.9JC Ladies coarse shoes . . . 90c to $1 15 Old ladies lace show $13$ Children's button shoes 75c to $i t$ Mrs. W. O. Hardwick have returned from Owensboro. Mr. and We guarantee to save any farmer money for this line, Bed blankets lied comforts .. that will come to us STAPLE ARTICLES. . . 7S White linsey Colored linsey 30c Good flannel . issudsoc proof 5411 Good Water 50c cheap at 75c Good cotton flamisl 5.7,8K,io,iafc Catc yaru per hank 5c Cnte Jean $$c 10 and ishc Good cottou ?enn Gaod ch vlots ice 8ic woith aoc Turkey led Uble lmeii . 200 . Table oil cloth .... ajc 75c ... .... .... No house in the county can self you these goods cheaper than us. We positively can save you ey. DRESS GOODS & CLOAKS. 35c tor 36m all wool serge worth 40c 65c SJiu 90 20c " 36111 hoi't't'a, all chides . sc Have you bought a winter wrap? Dr. W. T. McKlnney lei Tuesday Now is the time come and get yonr for Butler county oa his regular Prettiest line cloaks' and captain choice at your own price. trip. Carsom&Co, Hertford are at Fair Broa. ft CCe. Mr. Fred Taylor LisAought the inDo unto others as you would have terest .of Mr. L. W. Hocker in the Aak to see onr Overcoats. them to do unto you. Pay yonr sub- Livery business. Cakson & Co. The gentlemen o( the band, with scription and one year in advance and Hon Chaa. Finley will apeak at take The Louisville Commercial. the assistance ol a few ladies are getHaitford next Wednesday, the 23rd. ting up a play which will be presen-le- i The latest thing in a wrap is a" y about the first ot the month. Don't forget the datenext and mandojacket with a reefer back Miss Emma Barnes entertained her Finley at the Conrt House. lin sleeve. The collars are black and boardersiat the home of her father In Carson ft Co. Wednesday the 13rd. Hon Chaa. navy blue. Attyr. the country last Sunday. Finley wilt speak at the Conrt House. An infant child of Mr. Fielden BenKHqnlro Hyrn Born to the wife of Jaa. A. ' Baird, nett died at Beda last Sunday and Ohio county lost one oi her best Monday. Rev. O. J. near town, last Wednesday morning, waa buried citizens last Saturday in the death oi Bean conducted Inneral exercises. a girl. Esq. Jos. D. Byers, of Rosine, of worthy. Mr. G.. B. Slack, who 1a attending What's the matter with yon pay of the stomach. His reIra Petty's school will spelt against Ing that subscription account this Medical College in Louisville, writes mains were interred in the McSherry that he is highly pleased with his burying grounds near White Ruu on Carl Soper's next Thursday Might week? and Miss Wilson, of Mireve, has been school and is getting along nicely. last Sunday and the funeral services engaged B. L- - Bullingtou is prepared to to do the pronouncing in the Had you ever thought of the were conducted by the Masonic or give yon a quick; easy and clow contest. U ami) I. amount oi good reading j ou would der, of which he w is a worthy memshave. get if you took Tub Republican and ber. Rsq. Byers had served as JusI.kMt Last Saturday waa teachers pay day The Semi-Weetice of the Peace I01 Of)io county tor Anyone finding a bracelet with the coun-- t and almost every teacher in the Our subscription list is still 00 the about twelve years and was Police word "Laura" woven on it, will y waa here. this office. It Increase, but we always like to have Judged Rosine at the time of his please leave same Miss Isabelle McHenry has returned new names. Are you taking He was a Rood officer, a was lost during Fair week. death. tf Thr "rom a visit to friends and relatives man, ana a true i.nnsv Rrfudmcan? If not call in and" subThe U. S. Gov't Reports it Owensboro. tian. scribe Wed-nesdakly ? and relatives. Mr. B. F. Gray and Mr. H. C. Lea ch were In Owensboro last week. Mrs. B. R. Ray is on the sick list. Mrs. J. P. McKincey is still sick. The Band is progressing, nicely. Rev. P.M. Petty, ol theM K Church, ha , been sent to the Lewispoit circuit to preach for the ensuing year. Br j Petty is a former resident of our little village aud we all hope thst his wiik in the ministiy may be fruitful the ensuihg year. . O. J. Bean will jneach Mrs.B. P. Petty's funeral at the Monnt Verne ti Church the 4th Sunday In this t 11 o'clock. The new bridge which is being put across Rough River at Narrows, will be ompletcd iu a short time. Dr. Lynch, who located here a few months ago to practice his profession, is Retting a large practice. Mr. John McDaniel, oi Olaton, has located in onr little town, aud has set up a splendid dry goods stole aud is doing good business at present. The public school at Beech Grove is progressing nicely udder the efficient management of Mr. Carl Soper. Our people can boast ol having one 01 the best country schools in the ctunty if uot the best Our teacher, Mr. Soper, is one of Ohio county's most excellent young men, and we wish him success, which he is duly Rf-.vno-tha- CLOAKS' CLOTK, Hats, Capes, Furnishings., Tint 1 ij- - Sloots, Shoes, Millinery, &c. BIGGEST BEST To select from. Wo also carry a Full and Complete Line of AND And will give you the BEST GOODS for tho LEAST MONEY possible.. When in town call and inspect our " stock we will treat you right. HI 't ina-neart- Mr. J. H. Hudson, oi Niagara, friends and relatives in Ohio county last week. srisi-te- d i,J - '" w ' " mon- Messrs, Taylor and McHenry have purchased the Hartford House from Mr. J. W. Wesver. You can still get The New York Weekly TribuneandTHBRRPoaucAW Jjr only $1.25 in advance. Yhr Republican end The Cosmopolitan Magazine, both one year for only $2.25 In advance. - - - - i.airn We have made repeated appeals to subscribers who are in arrears with us, some have responded cheerfully and paid one year in advance, others have ptid no attention to our notices. To all those wh6 have paid, we are very thankful; to those who have not paid, we again ask you to call or send in that subscription account you owe. We are at a great expense every week and must have what is due us on subscription. Miss Edna U. buiuger, one of Owensboro's most charming young ladies, who for several weeks has been visiting her cousin, Miss Lottie D. Hall, 419 East Gray street, left for her home yesterday afternoon, and quite a number of friends were at the depot to see her away During her absence from home she made the journey up Kentucky river to Shaker town, another to Lexington, took in the Bullitt county fair and had the honor of christening the new now Dunbar, Ruben steamboat, being completed at Howard's ship Lonisville Star. yard. Hood'e SarsapaiiUa, tuken at this ou feel strong season, will make and vigorous and keep jou lrom sick nets later on. show Royal Baking Powder superior to all orJrsv. CARSON 'WE AftrT KOW IN OUrV rJta Grand Republican Speaking at llosine on Friday. October 25, 1895, at which time Hon. G. W. Lorg will speak. Speaking will commence promptly at 1 o'clock p. m. XCHWlMllpU. NEW , h wry myluu. Miss Lewellen 'is ready to show !' " prc'ttest end cheapest line 65c lor ptatd wojlj,vtry stylish Me mrc " t us lunc re n htd ua ol a tor waists V!i"'t at Fair Bros, ft Co's. shontin, trj! t a Fu' i Wedncdiv j2in wool finish satlnes . . . jajic Met lion. Chss. Finley, the gran ") nni was hurt, but Trimmings, such as Jet, Silks, Veleii.in. young orator of the mountain-.- , at sevei u bullet.. iMie w.ittel in bad match our entire vets, UuttoM to the Court House next Wedne day. w hip mark line. 1: oik-.- ' Have you seen oi Jiidsi. jiio 1. M .it ii, Me sr- -. 1! JACKBTd AND CLOAKS. The prettiest on tin- mu' ct Bullingtim ftu.i Lte O. (Jullv, 1'. Tlic style in clonks will be abort, Cmisdn & Co. H SUvi-- i s Htitndeil the Lvmal ol Mu. while capes goinir to be very popular Sul'.-.it the Milton Tavlor gr.ne-jarPro! K li in, who hi. bun con s cnlay Our entire line, will be in Saturday. finul to h's 'ODiii for several wttks alii- - to be out. Can furnish capft for $1 50 to $.0 00, with tvpliniil l"ir, Mr. I' 1. Guffy v.mt to Plcasmt to $15, 00. Visit us lor I'll liini!..r ."ilorill nn'ie Cloaks, $2 50 Ridj-Wudtithdiy wl.irc hewascn-ga)(i- d Iln'f iuIl iy Mmiilaj and u. taking depositio is. He w.i1. the latest. 8- -f stenog-rapbein Millcnrj on Tm'sl.iij's iocoinpaniiil 1y his pflicii-U- t Mr Jas. P. Thomas. Hon Chaa. Finley ta one oi the LITTLE THINGS.' ' aoc best orators of Kentucky. He will tadlas rlbbod vest Remember that Field & Holbrook 35c speak at the Court House next WedMisses corsets meets all day trains, aud they also 1 I n d e r, Itepubliuin tickot etraiglit placiiifc tin- Mucil in the square in ii r tin J i tHbin. Voli- - till 1 4 G. Cornci 3rd and St. Ann Streets (near court house) where we will be pleased to show you the largest, finest and lowest price stock of FXJKNITURE in the State. d' Come and ?ftiSf,ns?- yu SQOUSv Preston Moitou Pest No. R Dept. Ky. : A. Belt buckled Belting . . . . Side comb lotdoz Shell hair p.ms New stampede linens New zelphry yarns, New saxony yarns, New kid cloves, all leading shades $: . 5c to 25c . . New handkerchiefs New large buttons. New embrpidtrics 5c to 25c Misses yarn uittteua 15c Ladles yarn mittens 25c Ladies croolwt woolen skirts . . $1 25 $1 00 Ladles woolen skirts Ladies black hose 5c 10c Ladies fleeced bote Ladies btct black flteocdhoscao to 40c Men's home knit sox . . . 20 to 25c . to to 25c Men's cashmere sox 00 1'eather boaV, very styllah . . ... ... 15c 5c 5 nesday Republican Hon, Qbas. Finley, nominee for Secretary of State, will speak at Hartford next Wednesday, October, 33rd. Mr. E. B. Allen, Whit,ville, was the guest of his daughter, Mrs. E. D. Guffy, yesterday. He reparts his sou, Mack, as improving;. tret Thb Louisville The and Weekly Commercial ior only $1.35 per year, iu advance. Remember Rui'UBLiCAN pins Llverv Stable. ",., . . Don t nitcn your norsc oucsiae in iuu but put hint in their stable. cold ym can still ... We would call attention to the notice of Sheriff Keown iu which he no. tides ou that the penalty will snon be added to all unpaid taxes rtud urges that you corns up and pay. Mrs. Jno. M Hudson, ot Bcnver Dam, died at her home list Sunday, surrounded by friends and loved onei. She had beeu sicli tor some time, and was prepared to meet her Savior. Mrs. Hud ton was a sister of Mrs. D. V. Tracy, of this place Her remains were interred in reaver Dam Ceme-ter- y Monday to iwait the great resurrection mom. Our stock contains many other bargains wo cannot which mention hero. Theso have been goods bought for the Casu and will b& sold at low casli prices. Wo solicit your patronage and will do all in our power to obtain it. Grand Republican Speaking at Rosino on Friday, October 25, 1895, at which time Hon.G.W. Long will will FAIR BROS. & 00 speak. Speaking commence pyonipll arlford Semplev"'" of faShions. at 1 o'clock p. m. ITw Electric J.iu. Col. A. J. Casty, of Owensboro, wab in towu Wednesday in the interest of an electric railway from this place to Hon. John VV. Lewis spoke at RochIn conBeaver Dam, via Hauiiltou. ester cu the 15th ot this month to a versation with a repoiter for Thu ltrge unmber of voters. Dr. A. D. Col. Casey said the survey blislied 111 both The nroceedings James was present and announced hit. had already bteu made and lm .laitlord Her ild it .'. theRl.vuui.iCAN, candidacy foi tl.u State Senate. was only waiting to secuie the cojy of - c'i he ii nt t the wife iqiort ol the (.uivtyors befoie . I U e di i irk Tieat your family right ty tikin auy further in the undertakyour favorite county paper, Till' Tons Gui'nthi u 1 Com Wood Tinsikv, ing. and The Thricesa-Wee) Jor I, Caisov. Hartford people should tf kehold ot New York World, o8 papers 11,440 columns of g od reading for only tins eiiterpn.se and lend a helping JWllll' ft..' Hull Ii hand ThU would open up a vast nle tu Taj -Poland Chun $1,65 iu advance. amount ol gocd territory with the lor Bros Point P e" ..nt, K (IVAWir Will Jvev. J. . liugcioul.i'le Hi l.d, Our I ! ii.lv N . Mount ion uextammay at no ciorit I.i hnon, Ohio , Oet. 15, '95. I'uldlv NtMklHK. 111. and at Concord on the iourtb a. iu school Uhar biu We are lu-rC. M. b.uiiell, Ji D. Riugo, ami I. Sunday iu this mouth at n o'clock a. without '1 lie Kri'i'Hi.i m aud conseP Miller, candidates for Representaand at Btaver Dam second Sun in. Tleae send Thk day in November it 1 o'clock a. tu. tive ol Ohio county, will speak at the quently aie loot K1.1 oi,i.ieN to us until vse return ti us nu' places inentloncl bslow Mm. Lllen Sullcnger died at t'u--' M lunne an wul tatle for same when also candidate, Mi home of her daughter, Mrs. Whittinij-hil- l, Alio ! progressing nice- ii.viten ii'd expected tobeprevnt in Daii ol Rosiue, Wednesday uigbt and the work. at .eh ,Aei and a lair division ot Ij and a,- - ar e,iui was buried at the Milton Taylor Without htrUi hul h aid for Thh time will ho iu lie. She graveyatd yesterday afternoon. I si ol! tiy to exist until it M an, Pnd iy, Oct 18, was about Ho tws ot age, and leaves May 1'ilK Kki'LBLICAM uiayre-ieliuJ'ell'b Kun, Monday, Oct. ai. three childitn to mourn her loss . and do much lor the live ami pio i Jdifutd, Tuesday, Oct. as. Missrs James nd George Sullenger caube is the vuJi of the Weduesday, Oct. aj. She was a and Mrs Whlttinghlll. Ken. i's Bkos t'eiiti rlimii, Thursdaj, Oct. 24 good, ihristmii lady inlay, Oet. as Llit The World's Koiipoil. iiJtutday, OctThe following persona have panl showed no baking powder 1'ientH, Monday, Oct. 18 their subscription to ThuRkpuhi.ican Cool Springs, Tuesday. Oct, ig to pure or mo great In leavour last issue: R. P. Toll, since o.niijht, Mi l'iiiiy,'ediieed,Oct ening power aa the RoyaL Frank Hawea, Prentb, H. ) i, 'la ui 'hues, 'Ihmsilay, Oet Brown, Rochester; D- W. Kunroel, I'U'lt punting flu 11 ismueji) in din, I uday, Nov Caalvo, J. P. Miller, T M. HiuUon ei in e 'lime lioa) up or ill kin at oVlotU p J. P. CbApmau, Beaver Laui, l.nu't a ai the e'ltiu on 111 acHaiii-it fJeaxfivld. MclK-uiBrown, Kcuols; A, II. Ross, KcboU, in, r Mines, nt which places it rv, ry occasiou, than over ninety and V C. Baruett, Barretts Ferry, A h n ri hi "t 7 o'clock p, 111. nine who borrow the paper ard ning l ill I ''V, Binuelt, Beda, (leo. Klein, Harlfinl pmiteit without conttibutiiijr, one t'li'in'ii Rep Co Com aik jno Phippi, Hartford; J M. cent to lei it ut f the pool biUhe. i IN', "tilienry, Jno W 'lichenoi I'm' 1 in'n i Co Cni. 1' l .1 II. H, Pleiant,l B.AIUii.U'liitisvlll. 1) ui I111 Ki iu icn in" Pop I'o Com. WiUuuib.Ui.aver J MM sym-pithy i com-pnuy lrn n first '..... Wmcrbas, Gel has seen fit to call Ii oiu u.s our dear comrade, James D Eyers, who was a member of goal Wincing in our poht. He was born -, in 1836, in Graysou county Ky , 59 years old at time of his death. li 1861 he enlisted as a private in 10 M. 7111 Ky , vol. 1:11c , anu served three year and three months and . is honorably discharged, after his t utbful duty lor the good of us all. Rfsoiakli, That we hear with reat soirow ol th death of our com-- 1 ule, who departed this life at his home in Rosine, Ky , on Friday, October nth, 189s, and that we will indcavor to imitate hi 3 character, and we humbly tender our profound to his bcreavs.il wile Request be-'"1 THE MARTIN & SMITH 33. 7V. snvciorssc, f - . - - nProprietor. EUGENE' GASSEF THB ti X.lhj& constantly on lwud a full stock of fTresh BreacJ, fTirst-Qlai- ss 121 Main ssai Aud lit fact every tiling usually found in a ',1., Qonfeefioneiry. J,olls Qsies, iila k piiiaiiiiii RARE CHANCE C Street, Owensboro. N TO MAKE$500 botween now and is , Y( In 11 n 11 11 cn c - mrke In ui,(2i0.C0 lo $f 00.00 (el ing tu' 1 m m fc Beaaniul juvenile Big pioliday 1.75 c 1 tuitailsgtti. We guarantee EJcbt Booksl BastTermsI Duu etud at 1 r.ictcni.fnts, $100,11.60, sa Sooois. Qradedio ,, & i si $2.fl0. , m SaloI 'Biff Profitsl I.ik-eu- i I v. 11 1 i , nee' to said for 0 ct ii'e to 1 circulars (although no lmvo tbem)but ay expreis ehurgae, nud wo will eeod ou. With lull iuttiiH'lic nn, nud nlhw you 4 to (6 ftr cent, lu'coiilni' to iiinulie'r ot honks ordoreil, Wc i'l situ ui ml uu, trie' ot all obarges, ahandsomo tuoroo-t- o t .u mill idling book, "Speaker's Ideal ou lii ol pi KntertaiuiueutK," to humlli in ooDueetioinrith the Juvenile 1 11 ln-- s OOft 8CAU5I f3l $4 so OU?Sf IS $&& i I 2 s IU-- li. ' H.K I - 5t Anyono oan 1 - hull lests txpei iencti cot Nocossary. year, quite will ol a (torn ui Mil 'le-ee soil Juve- nile Books. enlarge our business the first of the opening one or more branch offices aild (.literal Traveling Agents to which we pay o a 5 iar and all expenses. We always choose .dn l I Agwuts, and il yott prove your ability l 111 n n jilacc lor you. But whether you dssfte to travel Me or not, lend lor an outfit st o;ice, and make several hundred Address, dollars tu a few weeks Outfits now uady. DM'T. C. tl3f S I BULL COMPANY, 2018 Columbia Avo., bl'lCIM. We will a u'ood deal, 1 - P 3 r lt oi-L- 1 ( uut riT,' I 1 res-tu- oc-a- v u- n it-- , s 3 Philadelphia, Penu. I Ue-n- . 11 , rTOT.M H AgjyjaBpjjjngjgjjjjBjtjjgjjgjBB BsSBs JSBBBMSlSMSMSBSBBgBSBBBBBBBSBBSSBSSBSSSBBBBSBBlSBBBBSBBBBSBSBBSSBBBBBBBB in. ii ' . . f")lli ( 1 mymyi -- - - - - " ' - " )A ' J iiJSlS " Hn Hartford Republican PRIDAV, OCTODBR 18, I89S. jUkjUhM V develop such qualifications. So far OAT A RRH DESCRIBED. A Short HiBtory of a Bad Ma lad? by anEmInontMod leal Authority. This is the way chronic catarrh usually begins: A person catches cold, which hangs on longer than usual. Then follows a sensitiveness of the air passages which inclines to catch cold very easily. At last the person has a cold all the while seem-inglMore or less discharge from the nose, hawking from the throat, nostrils stopped up, lull feeling in the head, and cracking in the ears. ThcPe-ru-ntreatment for this disease is the only treatment that has withstood the test of time. Peru-nshould be taken without interruption until every symptom disappears. Send to The Pe--ru na Drug Manuof Columbus, facturing Company "TlSACIlER." Ohio, for a copy of their latest book on chronic catarrh. This book is a Two I.lTfn finvcil. complete guide to the cure of all Mrs. Phoeby Thomas, of Junction of this dreadful disforms and stages 'City, 111. was told by her doctors she ease. had Consumption and that there was no hope for her, but two bottles Dr. King's New Discovery completely cured her and she says it saved her life. Mr. Thos. Kggers, 139 Florida St. San Francisco, suflercd from a dreadful cold, approaching ConsumpC. M. Bara a as I known there arc no persons who stand out prominent before the people and who arc known from one end of the county tothcothcr,from whom the people may select. I think this Is nn "office that should seek the man and I recnot the man seek the office." ommend the following plan: That the teachers in one ol their association meetings say the one tn Richmond in December, when .ill the teachers in the county arc expected to be present. put forward a candidate rcgardloss of political affiliation and ask both political parties to support their choice, that in making the selection the proceed to bal-- 1 teachers the lot without any nominations having been made and drop the one receiving the least number of votes and continue balloting thus until a nomination is reached. Let any 011c who oilers as a candidate before the body ol teachers forfeit all clalmsto their sup. port. Let the candidate thus put for ward.feel uudcrobligatious to nobody for any special favors but free to ac' in all cases as his judgment dictates. ROSINE. Items of Interest from That Thlrving Little Town. The Teachers' Meeting was quite n success. The music furnished by Proi. Thomas nud class with Miss Whlttinglilll at the organ was highly enjoyed. The teachers nrcnlwnjs welcome here aad may they choose this as their place ol meeting often. The cchool is progressing nicely. Miss Rosa Thomas Is convalescent. Josctih Allen, who has been ill from typhoid, is slightly improved, There is much sickness in this vicinity. Dr. I.IIes repot ts thirteen cases of typhoid fever. We learn that cur fellocv townsman, II. P. Watts, is contemplating moving to Louisville In n short time. We regret to lose Mr. Watts, but wish hi in much succesi in the city. The meeting conducted by Rev, Bolton at this place hits been quite a Alpha. success. A number ol Shelby ville girts met one evening last week for the purpose society. of organizing nn Miss Pawpaw was cho&en president, Miss Bark treasutcr, Miss Garters secretary. Before taking her seat as presideut Miss Pawpaw said in a clear, calm, well modulated voice: "Really, gills, I am too much rattled by the honor conferred upon me to give you much ol my gab. It is the first time I ever tumbled to anything of this kind, atid I hardly know how to catch on. However, I will try to be sufficiently up to snuff not to let any flies light on me while doing the president act of this society. I am with you in this move, and we ought to extend an invitation to the married ladies. Let our motto be: 'Shoot the anti-slan- BBPo90B08(iooB09ioaBaetBoeecaMaOBOOaei White Washing ! Everywhere ta ' 1,: &. tk aetilt iJ. .i.r3a,KLJ for Infants and Children. I a n r P JWJOTHERS, Do You Know Mh and many walM Bvfl rfetcman' Drop, Onlfny't rri, (toothing Cordial, moat reiudlca Tor children are composed of opium or morphltM? Clair ette wfmW , jo Vol! lXiicw that opium and morphine ate atuffy Ing narcotic lo Von Ktmw tliat In inwt cvimtllea drugtfataarc not Mltll tMlt iwmMka without labeling them polaona I Soap ''3IS IK TV P'nTjSSafaaCKXfS4 t!iat jjpu ahould not permit any medltliie to be glten Von unleaa you or your phyaidan know of what It l compaaed I Io Know jireWtd 111 Caatotla la n purely vegetable preparation, and tlMt a 111 of IngrcdlenU U puMiihed with cmy bottler o Von Know that no Von Know that Caatorki la the preaerlptten ofthe fanteua Dr. Samuel rlleher. That It haa been In UK for nearly thirty yeari, and that mere Oattotta h kht aeld titan of all other remedies for children combined no Vim Know that Hie Patent Office Department of the United Stale, and of other countries, ltae Iteued exclusive right to Dr. litctterand hla aaetgna to ue the ward " Cnstorla" and ita formula, and that to Imitate them li a etale ptkon oftiucl that one of the reoaona for granting thla government prelection Von waa became Caitorla had been proven lo be liiintilcHHT Oe89O9OO93MOaOOO&OeOOOOOOC!tOO0O9OO( ways proves thai, they arc slran- gcrs to Clairette Soaj). Try it. 5 Sold even'wherc. Made bv THE N. K. FAIRDANK COMPANY, All wasliiiicr is not white washing, ris nil soap is not j Sciaircttc. That o S tint when seen in clothes, bath-bric- k nl-- 4uLAtnrP.'raafQWBElafXjL - 'j!wwvFl&iNnmmt -- m -- Dl ST. LOUIS. no Know absolutely no Von Know that cciitH, or one cent a dosef 33 mcrUEO doaea of Coatorki are furnlihed far 35 Ho Von Know be kept well, ami that that when poaaeased of tlili perfect preparation, your children may 1 ENCOURAGING )u may have unbroken real Well. tlicHC IIiIiikh are worth knowing. They are facti. ' Are the Hon. Chances of HartPop- TllO CUOMlltlltC In 011 BlminUiri'Qf U3sX C&tC every yirniipcr. nett, of ford. Skotch of the Brainy and ular young Republican who wll Roprosont Ohio County in tho Next Loglslaturo. tion, tried without result everything else then bought one bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery and in two weeks was cured. He is naturally thankful. It issuch results, of which these are samples, that prove the wonderful efficacy ol this medicine in Coughs and Colds. Free trial bottle , at Williams & Bell's Diug Store. , slangist.'" Regular size 50c and $1.00. If the incessant, gossipers who go about town and talk about the sins and shortcomings of others could be induced to turn their mental vision upon themselves and think of the mistakes they themselves have made perhaps they would not be so free to condemn others. You never saw a rascal yet who did not condemn other rascals and a fallen woman's bitterest enemy is the woman who herself has stumbled from the straight path of virtue. If people could be made to realize this truth they would be more cbaitable towards others. Mill People. Old people who require .medicine to regulate the bowels and kidneys will find the true remedy in Electric Bitters. This medicine does not stimulate and contains no whisky nor other intoxicant but acts as a tonic and alterative. It acts mildly on the the stomach and bowels, adding strength and giving tone to the organs, thereby aiding Nature in the performance of the functions. Electric Bitters is an excellent appetizer and aids digestion. Old people find it just ecactly what they need. Price fifty cents per bottle at Williams & Bell's Drug Store. I Children Cry for Pltcher'3 Castoria. Villi PfiJJ Ptf,Ai: MflMCV lilHHL. IIIUIiL.1 IUU Ur-ll- t 5ylpImlhMoHcriKl...i-Car'crCVmp?t.y, . . 1 The Grade Cards are better, prettier nnd cheaper than ever. They nte have no pars Hid hadsomest in the market; just the Congress. ticular value. thing to make a child feel jubilant, Mt. Barnett's father ind oldest A perfectly uncirculated cent of and to keep as a souvenir ofthe brother were members of the 26th would easily bring $100, where- school. 35 cents a hundred 300 for Kentucky Infantry during the civil 1799 as a good cent of the same date can tf war, and his brother, Capt. Audrew f i.oo.at RtrunucAi-Officbe purchased for $10. Barnett, was assassinated by Prank For gold there is but a limited and Jessie James while at home reChildren Cry for demand, and the supply is cruiting for the 125th colored infantrgreatly in excess of that demand. Castorla. ym & The double eagle of 1849 is worth m Teachers, we have an excellent line When your child Is eating . an ops about $300. All gold dollars are at of grade cards, printed on the finest 1 ie or a piece of bread put one of Dr. a premium, and worth from $1,20 nnd Bell's Tiny Tonic Tablets In it and If and $1.40 each. Those dated 1863, paper. Write us for- samples. there Is any constipation here it will 1864, and 865, Good Old Granny Metcalf, 86 years commanded irom $2 50 pass offjust as easy. All dealers sell old, living at 618 Monroe street, them ot 35c a vial. '.. Wayne Griffin to $4 eache, and 1875, $3. Ky., says that Dr. Bell's Pine &Bro. The bulk of numismatic transac- Tar Honey is the best grip cure, tions arc in silver coins. A dollar ot cough, lung and bronchial remedy A New I'Ihii lor Nelectluicn 1804 Is worth $400; a half dollar of that has been offered to the people by. 7., of during her life. Guaranteed A writer in the Richmond Paula 1797 brings 40, and a quarter Wayne Griffin Si Bro. The dime of $40. 1827 demands graph says: Is the most valuable, being Ulilliutry JtiitlcfN. The office ol county superintendent 1804 worth $10, and a hall dime of 1802 Obituary notices will be charged Our should be above party politics. present superintendent has made a easily holds the r ccord at $63. A for at the rate of 5 cents per line. It all publications to good oue. Our schools are becoming large copper cent ol 1799 would britijj is customary for deThese rates charge for such matter. equal to any in the State and the in- $25, and a half cent of 1796 Is in will be adhered to without discrimimand at 30. fluence of the next superintendent in The thin silver half dime of 1802 nation, so please take note of it and advauc'nj or retarding this growth be oflanded when we present makes it necessary that great care be was bought by its present holder for don't our bill. Count six words to the line. $63, and has sold at $75. Our houses used in the selection. ore good and moderately well equippWhenever n diuggist tells you he Several trustworthy has something justnsgood lorcoughs, ed and the special work of the next gentlemen or ladies to travel in grip, etc., as Dr. Bell's PineTar Honoffice should be to lead and Inspire for established, roliablo ey don't you believe it, for we guar to better qualification and Kentucky the teachers bouse, Salary 8760 and expenses. aute that is is not true. We make work, and to beget In thepublic great- Steady position. Enclose reference the genuine and authorize all druger confidence in the efficiency of the and seliaddrc&scd stamped envelovcil gists to guarantee it. The ). 15. Some experience all The Dominion Corapauy.Third Floor, I Sutherland Co,, Paducah, Ky. public schools. 1 MOt ' I'or rale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro along the line of work is necessary to Omahn UMg., Uhicago. The Texas Lcgislaturehad its mind made up on the subject of prize fighting, and In just three hours time passed the bill making prize fighting 1892. a felony, and added an emergency In 1892 he was nominated for Con- clause making the law effective at He o nee. Only one vote was cast against gress from the Fourth District. made a vigorous canvass, speaking in the bill in the Senate and only five every county and reducing the Demo- against it in the House. cratic majority to a plurality. On lune 22, ot this year, Mr. BarSALESMEN nett was nominated lorRepresentative WANTED or two GOOD from his county by an overwhelming HEN in each county to take orders majority. It was a sacrifice to Mr. for a CHOICE line of NURSERY POTATOES. Barnett to accept the nomination, but STOCK or SEED We he did so with the wish to aid his Stock anil Seed guaranteed. patty in its fight for supremacy in give you steady employment with GOOD pay. It will cost ycu nothing Kentucky, to give it a trial. State when writThe Democrats put up their strong- ing which you prefer to sell. est man in the person of Capt. S. EC. No. 9 G.mo Address, Cox, who after canvassing about two THE HAWKS NURSERY CO,. weeks, withdrew from the race. Rochester, N. Y. Mr. Barnett has taken an active inVulllti ol Crrtnlii Colin. terest in politics since a very early After electing officers at the filth age. When but 18 years ot age he annuual convention of the American manifested deep concern in the affairs Numismatists coins of almost of his party in his county and Conpriceless value were displayed. gressional district, and has rendered As viewed from a numismatic it from that time until now valuable standpoint it is the condition of a services. coin which fixes its value. It is not Mr. Barnett was Chairman of the the date or age, except in less than Campaign Committee in the Fourth thirty instances, that is sought for District, and was greatly instrumenat the big quoted premiums. in bringing about the splendid tal Pierced, plugged badly worn, victory which Hon. John. W. Lewis scratched coins, or those on which won over Hon. A. B. Montgomery for the dates are illegible, The.Kentucky Leader, published at Lexington, Ky., last week contained the following sketch of Hon. C. M. Barnett. Republican nominee for Representative from Ohio County: "Hon. C. M. Barnett, Republican nominee for Representative from Ohio county, is making a vigorous canvass, and the news from that section Is to the effect that he will win easilyMr. Barnett, whose portrait appears in this column, was born in Ohio His parents were county in 1S64. native Kentuckians and were born in the same county. Mr. Barnett's early life was spent on the farm, during which time he was given the advantage of a liberal common school education. At the age of 18 Mr. Barnett entered school at College Hill, Madison county, and while there studied law. Afterward he attended Northern University, Evanston, 111., and later graduated in law from Depauw University, Green Castle, Ind. In 1890 Mr. Barnett established the Hartford Republican, a Republican weekly paper, which is recognized as one of the best weeklies in the State. He managed and edited The Republican for two years. In 1891 at the State Republican Convention held in Lexington Mr. Barnett was elected a menber of the Republican State Cenin tral Committee and was When the children drink bad water and eat too much green fruit, or have the stomachache or diarrheca Irom any cause, you needn't be alarmed about them. If you will get a 25c or 50c bottle of Dr. Bell's Anti-Flu- x they will be at play in half hour after the first dose. Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. Cionil Louisville, Ky., Commission Mcrvhar.t-ibecause thev are the larcvst and uioat re liable commission merchants, and because they can handle shipments quick and to the best advantage for the shipper. A trial shipment solicited. Write to them for quotations before shipping. Specialties; Kegs, Butter, Poultry, Fruits of all kinds. Beans, Potatoes, Onions, Hay, Grain. Headquarters for Furs, Hides and Wool. Capital, 540,000.00. Liberal advances made on consignments. General correspondence solicited. "Bread is the Staff of Iiife," TilEREFORU ,t aoo. One ol the best barbers in this end The Purest, Strongest and Best. of the State is located in Hartford and his name is E. L. Bullington. ONLY 25c PER POUND CAN. His shop is located just above the SRXMBoltagtr For sale by Stevens & Rial. Hartford. Ky Commercial Hotel, and he always keeps everything in the very best of shape around his shop, clean, new towels, nothing old or shoddy abou him. limber. Ballard's Obelisk S sented by OARSON A CO BRECKINRIDGE cls. OPO !Ii!3 RMAL COLLE Will i.pen the Fall Term Tuctday, Seplcrnber 5, 195, and ootitlntio 18 ClnHca Studeuts may enter at any lime. weeks. Faculty lirsl to tiit all, Iluainctf, Clataicdl, Scieniifio, Telrgraphy, Mueic. I'ouree An Aili crtlneiiiriit m lie nprr wortlitno on the fniri--. ELECTRIC TELEPHONE Is I Sold outright, no rent, no rortltr. Adapted EtoCUr, ill w or Country. Noedod la crvry homs,aon,itoratndofic0. Greatest conven-- I teller on earth. lnos nnd I AfrenU niukn from S3 to SMpfr tiny. meens a m) to nil tho I Qno In a rjwMene 9 nelshbor. Fins lni:rnKaf 1. na tor, wnrka I anywhere, nor dUUncti. CorFlot,r!y for uw wwi tuii-pi m up oj any ini, 1,iat naver nnt nt onliir.nn llfn Stlrae Harir 1 An ymsVrr Wni 9 W. P. Harrison & Co .C.crk 10. Co... 0 bt An gleganf .&32U3U ili? UJphosiered-- - Ti:nn reaonable. Addret, SO3:wOZ-5L21.353,XE,- , 3FL- HAHDINSHUKO, KY. 3P. rreakJeui. rnlrirj Aahogany far! or geni. ..t &108T IN QUANTITY. OESTINQUAI.IT WHKm$ n k VVVlftflgflVB a WHITE'S CREAM. FOR 20 YEARS Has lod all WORM Romodlos. icuenv priTTic niiiRAUTCcn ' " 90I.D11V ALT, DUCGOISTS. '. m fjww am S a ilA rM Bii Somebody will get thi ; magnificent present PRICE and everybody who makes a purchase of $3 or over will have a chance to get it; the drawing to be held January r, 1896, before a committee ol Owens boro's representative citizens, at the i r i. t LOUISVILLE FIIIIM to HE When it Qomes A complete we are furniture line of Ileb Room, Kitchen, Parlor, Office, Dining Room IMirrf f We can sell and School Furniture with Prices lower than ever before. nnnfcm CO., (T. reus. mcumDso Write your name and address on a postal canl, send it to Geo. V. Dos you a bed room set for $10.50, or a sideboard for the same price, which will . Room 2, Tribune Iluildinjj, New York City, and aampte copy of THIS Thetc, how over, are just make you feel good every time you look at it. for Nnlr. NHW YOUK WKRKI.Y TRinUNIJ will le inaileil to you A scholatship in the Lexington of our unequalcd bargains.of which we have an immense house full. College. Call at this office samples Business The finest line of parlor suits, Floor and Swinging Rackets, Desks and for particulars. It will pay you. tf Dook cases ever in Oivensboro. $1SS innin the Iead. HAUTFOIUL) and I.IBHRAI, Well-Mad- i mm WW1 HOYEAR t r AN!) HEFVBLI.M ONE i.c3."V"a-3nLce- - HKPUBI.1CAN, COURTF.OUS TREAT-MI5N- R I P A N S ONE GIVES FAIR and HONIJST Dealing, The VERY LOWEST Prices. STYMSH and e Goods. SI eo FOfTIiJg Smaj investments.1 ItliUEP. To our Frlrnili. We hope that all who are Interested in helping us to push the circulation of The RnruuucAN up to what it should be, will do what they can in the way of securing subscribers. Call attention to the amount of home news we publish every week, and write us short and spicy news items irom your neighborhood. LOUISVILLE FURNITURE HOUSeT B. S. WOLF.112 W. Main, Owensboro. X,oui5ville ---T Returning prosperity will muke many rich, but no whore oati I hoy mako much within a short timo an by aitcceuful Spticulution in Grain, ProvisFOR EACH DOLLAR Invented can be mado by Systematic Plan of Speculation ion and Stock. $10 00 11 our (ft.'" - ft Cenial : Q.o. 'Ofc 114 Main St.. When Baby tick, wo saro her CustorU. Wlien lie wu a ClillJ, aha cried tor Castorla. Vhen she become MIsa, ahe clung to Costorlo. When ho bad Children, she garetbem Castorte. u Owensiioro, . An! a Specialty. Ky. Painless Denistry Our celebrated Crown and Bridge Work or fetth without Plates applied without pain and guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction. Gold Crowns $5 to $7 Poicelain Crowns $3 to $4 Best set of Teeth (no better msde no matter how much you pay) . . $8 A Good Set $6 Gold Fillings $1 up Platinum Alloy $1 oripinalcd by in. All iiico?nIii1 fpoculalor operate n a regular ijsteiii. It ia well known fact that there are thmi'Hiidi nt men in all parts of tho United Statea who, by systematic trading through Chicago brokers, mako largo amoutiU orury year, tanging from a lew thousand dolluri fur tho man who invests a hundred or two hundred dollars up to $50,000 tp $100,000 or nioro by tliow who invent it few tliousiinil. It is also a fact that thore who make tho largest profit from oommtriU (vcaf. inlTriJt.M.-.', 1 inl Miuiunt ively fmnll investments on this plan are persons wbnlive away from Chicago coi.lii.-lc-l I .U'JlltllUI VrtUL My and invests through brokers who thoroughly undrrslnnd systematic trading. tfttcr.nih..-. . ii,iti,rihrl,ai-infih- , a tier, vjrt tpprfl'it. arc ui Our plnn does not ri.k tiio whole amount invested uu any trndo, but ci.ldinoiM ikftth . uttfr'pl .ifinvrn n With covois both Rides, so that whether tho inail.ot rlsea or falls it brings n Steady Ttid ' mcj..- - ' ns to uivanmfc n.iim'-t.cr.J..i mit'i n'u itatc profit tlmt pilea iipcnoimounly in it short time. pi.tciiliiljlllll. ami "V lea lor i.j,...,r, Ih. nn.ocutniif WHITE FOU CONVINCING 1'ROOFrf, nlw our Mannal on succoss-til- l e K,il W timll tin trill ,wi j "font is allmvfd. "Invkviom Guiuff," puiutQrs spcoulation nml our Daily Market Report, lull of fall Infurmn1.'.-'!rotfllnBQl. sent Uin X loin Considered MrlMly OofiHatnilat. Highest rci ALL FKEE. Our Manual cxplauiH mnrgin trading fully. KHANKL1N H. HOUC'M ercnecjt in regard to our sinudiug nnd success. 9M F Hlroi l V. A ! SO OA. J., ii. B2.G mo For further information address s . a t AAr,rf 11 rwlu-a.io- money-makin- POSiTIOfiTSftNTEED under traaonablc condition.. not be clone, till you aend for 1H0MAS & CO., Bankers nnd Brokers, 241-24- fr Do not tay ii can Rlalto Uuilding, Chicago, 111. catalogue cl sssss DRAUOHON'S PRACTICAL , y? . Pitcher's - Silver Extracting, per tooth Painless exircling with Vitalized 75c 25c 1 Air 50c PAINLESS EXTRCTING by the use of our Vitalued Air FREE wheu Artificial Teeth me oidercd. Gold Pilling InyourAitificial Teeth same as your natural Teeth. DW'ThiB OMco Formaturatly ' I Located wffly?; i CAN t o m nr . WiCAVtA 0. nflULMAHKSlSaJ 1 1 1 Sfwdr jer.' I OriTAIN A PATENT? For an.wer and ail hone-n- opinion, write, to I UNN ifc CO., who nayo had nearly ohy expettence In the patent butimwa. Couituunlcu-llon- a ttrltlty conlidentlal. A llundhooliofln-lurmatto- n concerning I'ntenla and bow to ob. tain ibem lout frua A!aoacetalouaof meiban-lea- l and lolentlno bonka pent tree, I'atenta taken Itirougli Muun A Co. rccelra IDeclal uotlflAlu Ihn M.lHiillna Aintrlpnii. anil lliu. ara brouuht widely belnrelbe public without eoit to the inreiilor, Ibla apleudid paper, Hued weekly, elegantly lliuitrate.1, haa by nu I ho larveat rtrculatloo ol anyaclentiQo work tu tho wnrld. 8U a rear, ttample onplea aeut Ilea liuilditiK r&iillon, monthly. jlftOa rear. Slnala cnplee.ti.t centa. Kyery number contain, beau plate. In eolora, and photogiapba ol new Jlful e. with plana, enabling builderi 10 allow tba dcalen. and .ecura contract. Addreai UUNN A CU Niw Youk, UUi ClKUUHiT. MOTICK. COPYRIGHTS. I wimt er err man and iroman In tho ITnltoJ llatea Intereilad In tba Opium and Whl.ky katita to hayo one of uvr took on lhait du uaaaa. Addreta II. U, Woollay, Atlanta, Ua Dtyoofre, llsx Wl.snd ono will b daily daily. No. S3- - No. si. I,v. U. I)tiisvlllc 6 30 p 111 7 30 a m by hai.ktn. FOUR eeln by D'nuuhon 6 45 p in 7 45 a 111 Ky. Street Keeping t,hlnby bookold plan la i,iiat ad lo rVVHLVB weeka Sr.11 11 ihe Weft Point . . 7 as p m 8 as a m vauligealii bhoiiluud. rciiuianaliin nud lelrg. . 7 30 p in 8 28 a m Howard raphy. Cheap hoard Open tn both fw rr jfo vacation. Hitler now. Rallraic For. Fall Wlllowdale . . . 7 39 p 111 8 37 a 111 Uy 8 45 a m Rock Haven . . 7 47 I' iivuiu STUDY. hooka on I chuckp,rnre.l kupimi, Long Ilmnch . . 7 55 p m 8 53 a 111 RiioaTiUNii ami, rKNMArairj'chuerinllv rdnpt eel lo " home aludy." Write lor nmudenburg . , 8 04 p j 02 a 111 circular, at ouce. . . 8 13 pmo 11 a 111 Iikron Custou . . . . 8 31 p 111 9 19 a m at Ilrlilns I'llri., 1III I'll Moistuio; intense itchSymitoms Irvlngton . . . 8 30 p 111 9 30 a m ing and stinging'.most at night;wore Webater . . . . 8 38 p 111 9 39 11 111 by scratching. If allowed to continue Lodlbtirs; . . . 8 45 p 111 g 47 n ' 8 55 p 111 9 56 a tu tumors form, which olteii bleed and I'ierce ulcerate, becoming very sore. Swank's Sample . . . . o 00 pm 10 00 n 111 Ointmhnt stop.itheitchiii and bleedSlepheiitport . 9 09 p ill 10 09 a in ing, heals ulceration, nud in most . . . 9 14 p 111 10 14 a in Addison csises removes the tumors. At diug-gistHolt 9 17 p m 10 ao a in or by mail, for 50 cents. Ctoverpoit . . 9 28 p 111 10 33 a m Dr. SwaynciSt Son Philadelphia. Shopa . . . . 9 31 p m 10 37 n 111 akllliimn . . . 9 43 p m 10 50 a m IlawMvlllu . . 9 S p tu 11 02 it 111 1'ettle . . . . :oo2 p m 11 09 a 111 11 15 a in' Milcon . . 1007 p . . 10 12 p m 11 19 n in Cnycu . . I.twiapott . . 10 18 p m 11 35 n 111 Waltiuaii , . 10 35 p 111 11 33 a m Towcm . . . 1035 pm 11 43 niu Pates . . . . 10 48 p nt 1 1 50 a m Owansboto . . 10 59 p 111 12 06 p tu Muttingly . . 11 09 p 1111218 pm Griilith . . . 11 14 P in 1233 pm 11 18 pm 1227 pm Stanley Worthington . 11 25 p m 12 35 p in Is proparod to do all kinds o Reads . . . . 11 33 P u 1242 pm Dental work at reasonable prices. 53 P Spottsville . . 11 45 P Office over J. W. Ford & Co'. 59 P m Dasketts . . . 11 53 P Feed Btore. Ar.HendeHon 12 10 am 115pm NDHlivlllu, Taunt, Thi. College ia atronyly endned and tnerchjnt. iciwieAA (&&eae. j i.oririvn.i.K.Hr. i.oi'is .ltisx. k.ji WfiSTDOUNI) ... ... ,rlloni-.tud- y ... 111 1 s, 5" wmnn .. 111 DENTIST. ... I5AST HOUND dlaly daily No. sa. No. 54. Lv. Henderson . . 7 ao a m 2 55 p 111 llasketu . . . . 7 34 a m 3 10 p m Spottsville . . , 742 a 111 3 16 p ni 8 50 a ni 3 23 p in KeatU Worthington . . 7 58 B ill 3 30 p 111 Stanley . . . . 8 06 a 111 3 37 p m ' Griffith . . . . 809 a 111 3 41 i nt Mattiugly . . . 8 17 a 111 3 47 p m Owensboro . . . 8 30 a ur,i 00 p m 8 40 a m 4 oS p in I'atea . . 8 55 n ui 4 20 p 111 Powers . . Waitman 905 a 111 4 29 p m Lewisport 9 13 a ill 4 36 p m Cayce 9 19 a m 4 43 p m . . 9 33 a 111 4 45 p m l'alcon . . Pettie 9 ao a in 4 51 j m Haweaville . . . 9 37 a ni 4 59 p 111 Skill mau . . . . 9 48 a m 5 09 m Shopa 10 00 a 111 5 si p m Clovetport . . . 10 05 it 111534 p 111 10 20 a 111 5 36 p 111 Holt .Addiaon . . . . 10 33 a m 540 p m Stephensport . . 10 28 a 111 5 45 P m Sample . . . . 10 37 a 111 5 53 p m Pierce . . , . 10 41 a 111 S 57 P m Lodibiirg . . . 10 49 a m 0 fj p tu Webater . . . . 10 57 u 111 d 14 p 111 Irvlngton . . . 11 05 n 111 6 33 p m Oualoii . . . . 11 14 a m 6 40 ji m 1 1 23 n in 6 48 p m ltkroti . . Brandenburg . n 31 " m 5 58 p m Inig Drauoli . 1 1 39 a m 7 07 p m Rock Haven . Wlllowdale . . 11 53 a m 7 21 p m 12 02 p 111 7 30 p in Howard West Point . . 12 05 p 111 7 35 p m Ky. Street . . 12 45 p in 8 15 p m 1 00 p 111 8 30 p in Ar. U. Louisville H, C, Mokduk, Q. P. A., Louisville, Ky. v. .... ... .. ... ii477'4Pm f r L -- iji;ia