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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1895 hao1895102501 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. OWENS PINK MIXTURE ron tcctmino CHiioncN. IHCjrIOv(rthyllKiutiJuf nwners. rinK mrnure never urn to Mists ctirkirtn of nil PinrCOTLY HARMLttS. Teething Troubles ' Pur'"j - The Hmteord E EPITBLICM. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH rH(i'-KHSliAI- . LAUD. B. 11. R.l.aurri. Ittornoys Giay Sz 3Kl:n.fro.rimi gt Jgaw, Ti t , mescrlbs Pink Mlxlurs ' it hnnfn td eitntsln a rr ttibtt polfonouf C0UK DISTRICT, ity iklt ill practice in nil courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, Huperior Court nnd Court of Appeals. Collections and all legal business attend-o- d to. Office 329 E. Market St. 0- .) Oomit. i I'tn, In Owentboro, Kf. VOL. ' VIII. the - HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1895. The Republican legislation to which the piiilc U now being attributed was tstand, and the prevailing pockets for change to' send back to allowed your family, but, alas! my clothes distress was prolongtd. As a matter ot fact, however, the I the were not nateital things pains ol lbs rich matt who wanted to country waB never mote prosperous than at the time when the Democratsend a meftsagc back to his brothers. The judge called me up and the clerk ic party was restored to power. Reprend delinquent. St I'eter said stop, ublican legislation had put every form of busiucs and industry upon n and called n skeleton out of the infernal regions and saidi 'Take this man profitable basis, and had preserved the to an inner dungeon and surround the public credlti maintained him with the most hideous demons gold reserve, and kept a Mirpltts in from that abyss of death and make the Treasury. It was the apprehenhint a shroudofa thousand midnights sion of the revgrsalof these conditions and ' but here I awoke aud offered by the substitution of Democratic for thanks for my timely warning and Republican legislation that paralyzed hurried to this office with nil possble trade reduced employment, and introduced general confusion and unhaste. Yes sir, I suffered untold agonies in that dream, but I hope it will certainly where there had been gener save m iny delinquents from worEe al stability and hapness. The troub- la began as soouiaVRrfublican"influf things." fix. ences ceased to control the policy of Catarrh Cannot bo Curocl the government, and gradually grew with I.OCAI. APPLICATIONS, as worse as the fear increased that the they cannot reach the seat of the di- Democrats would carry out their sease. Catarrh is a blood or constithreats against the doctrins and protutional disease, and in order to cure cesses under which tlte country has it j 011 must take internal remedies. gained unprecedented prosperity. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internThis fear was not alayed until a ally, and acts directly on the blood house was elected last fall, nud mucous surface. Hall's Catarrh and a guarantee thus secured thut no Cure is not a quack medicine It law could be bass;d without ths cons was prescribed by one of the best sent of nn majority physicians in this country for years, in one branch of Congress. The sitand is a regular prescription. It is uation begau to get bitter as soon as composed ol the best tonics known, the plans of the Democrats were combined with the best blood purifier, blocked, and a start was made in the acting directly on the mucous surface matter of rectifying the monstrous The perfect combination of the two mistake of 1892. Business has revivingredients is what produces such ed and good times arc returning, not wonderful results in curing Catarrh. because of anything that the DemoSend for testimonials, free. cratic party has done, but by reason V. J. CHENfiY & CO., Props , of the safeguardlhat has been erected O. 9 4t against its theories and purposes, Sold by druggist, price 75c. flamefi already lashing themselves I began searching my around me It-I-t To-ledGlobe-Democra- t. NO. 13. Latest U. S. Gov't Report - -- Bi Tra '"'ssBi.wfej. ORA.TtU) )EL1NENTSA Highest of all in Leavening Power. Warning to Those Subscribers who Never Pay. Artl- - Bakhi - Tho Klckor Glvos a Good olo Which Would bo Woll forSomo of our Sub- scrlbors to Road. Karly Tuesday morning just sb we were sitting down at the hrcitkfast to-- I hie a quick succession of violent raps n middle Lcfjt.raw called us to the door .and aged gentleman, Irom the country, in an unusual state ol nervous excitement greeted us with a rather awkiud THE PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH. goodmornlng and insisted on usgoing iCnnntetfduHhthf State A t V totlttfl We down to the cfl'icc immediately fit." Ooit lllitirat OlllrUl t umaiuiiMenitti, tin rrnnr of Hit Collrgr,FndorMnirnt, I'ttalitrrr had some misgivings about going and tin ftrcrrlnrr unu it tint Htattof lb Trrninrcr Ynin,? Ha Hcurllr Trusl and ttafet IMplomiM. out on the sticct with the gentleman auli tk llI.(OJIl.f:MKl n Uaaimyof nrc sfol FUitlcnm, wlicMp it tariff affurnratv liudn-itowith his hair standing out like the pn an nam lallur llaNwnlnf tJV. Mror of the Ifadlnr pro Hl.fr :iti:N( quills ol it porcupine, hin e)es Imlg lVlnn.r,l and iMiitnnui mrn wlio are ii frtrndi Ira t ron. Nfifriu of m lunl. nmrllrnl ing out ol their sockets like one who r w! In nlnr ink Inatrut-fJIoiiifiit miiiiiharnutl I bran r oihrr rlaii. had just escaped some terrible calamAlV.UIIN. -- All I.UKir Alf HHilllJT lir dri rrrrniuin Hout a it I Irani Modal an ,Hilatii, etc " At Itio Inlrrnntlonnl JIl2 ity or about to commit some desperWlulrr riiNwUlun, awariltd Mm ft) ( 11ni of ate deed, nud eveiy nerve in his body llonfi.Urrplnir mM In till alien end uT llnlitr llrpnrlmenl, la nr prrdlcal In a fearful state of agitation, for, wc (jpArirninvbaak-krviiiiijiimit au'aiii ranil viiwrtnrrou'itanu . had or titiiu.it'H been sending him the Kicker, M'MltlAN IIxroKlTlOX to a nirlrn of Hhorllund" tauiht In hl lifri nnd III High! oarHborMiand iMparlnient World with the date October 14, 1889, on the ttnloraiuHt In thr atirs-cm the brad of him n rf porter), from the autluirii of thin ) Mrm. TCI.K(JltAlMI. fturtrlWndrtit ofuur yellow slip, and having cent ItMlttrnr And TelrrrmphM7lnt Iiim rcord dun a few days ago we were alraid be of II yearn' practical experience, from NIaht to f htr-- Train Dispatcher, with tin uutx trunk l.lnealn America. Kndorvnt by was one ol those timid fellows who Operator. Train Dispatcher, Hutwrtniendenia knew so lit tfc about busiucss matters ami a ImiIIiit ritllwar and telegraph rompattle, IIia Only tirUnrt In Ihr World owning and fMrrailujr, a niiipiPt liallway Hyatrm fur the that lie had become ofleuded and was purpoa nf Mttina Hi sradualra to o direct to about to seek personal satisfaction. gr ntHlllnna n prartiral operator MIMJlVintAI, IKhTKL'CTION in All We braved it through to the office, dfpartruvnit t laullorh. course, lnmarnliln, lluilnrv fit I'.i; with anytvmmrrclal Uw. Commcrrial however, and politely asked him what urriondenrf, Hpelllnc ,.Uhintlp and ur (Junrnnlff IMnti. roITION.-"Owhat we could do for him, Write for IL ffnt tr ildtlKftTl'Ika. wfllaave yonmontr. Write "Get out your subscriptiim book," fur Instruction. sTuoo.OO 4Jiiamntr4 that mir Cafl4e l a rrrented, or Tiionrr re I fitmied sr.w iil'ii.dImj. said he, ''and do it quick lor want i:i.;(Jivr irtfd,rret ie1ofand nrw tlral tiy ua, tuof in i ih to get thisdteadful loadoflmy mind," tem our tni reinlrmenta ttwii. t'iirnMrllrAl, I'.lrrlrlr I.ldH. Hwlf-r- . and he planked down $7.50, the full The larxeat and tmut in I rfect rentllathin i.t'ily 'lulpfHMt Itualtie Volleain llulldlnx nmount he owed us. Wc received fh onli. i jotleg;ea ll''.VltlH Home wont onlyrhoerfP(intiu iiiiy the motley and began writing a rewll tell iia upon th (r tht or n n nre they will (tlTe you the name ceipt for it, keeping one eye on our rt r thnroiifh (fiunc In lratime utvny. etc than It take to (on!',i a itmrMi with ui lletavrt of airrh rimnia, agitated patron, and imagine our lior-- I lliey re falecv llutrated (.atntusue frn AiMrni t t ALHuLN I'rinnpal Ky. row when wc saw his right hand gofilniton Holy ing down into his pocket. Moses! we thought, ''will he shoot us down in cold blood?" but the next instant he almost petiified us by handing us $1 25 to pay for the psper one j ear in advance. 1P COPYRIGHTS. i We had begun to deluge him with OA?f I OnTAIN A IMTKNTT For prompt answer and an lionwt opinion, write to thanks when he interrupted us by MUNM A: I'll., who h ttrha. dcatIv fifty yean' experience In tho nat nt I 'n u. fummonlra drawing a deep breath and saying: tlonaairlrtty ni imntiaf A f lnnribookof In formation concern ina I'nlriite and bow to ol "I had an awful dream .last night. fAinibetn aent free Also a catalogue1 of oetuan leal and clentlflo tooka aeot free. a fearful warning, but I leel better J'atenta taken throonb Munn A Ox receive I msamllfl - PJfilfiiOc. KHHHi 9 :: a. .rrr.i- - I HAKTFORD, KY. (Office, over Anderton's Batasr.) ing honeysuckles, constantly visWill practice their profession in ah A ited by the beautiful humming bird, the courts of Ohio and adjoining counDoors and windows to the south and ties, and court of Appeals. Special west open on virandas, attention given collections. As Described By W. beautified by fragrant flowers of hue. Notary Tublio for Ohio county. Also The furniture consisted of low rock C. Gray, of Fords- ing chairs, large armedchairs, loungTaaaa.es .. Smitta., ville. ing chairs and sofas, paintings of the costliest kind decorated the walls and T Aff His Footings Towards His statuaries of the finest quality may Absolutely pure ir . OWENSBORO, KY. Will practice his profession in Daviess and utljoining counties. Special attention given to collections. Office, Bank of Commerce Building. n H. Client!, LAWYER, J.H.n. W LTTLE, Wcitilli.s;. LAWYERS, GLENN & WEDDING. VISION, "fclSss-mStbs- ,1 6Tc. I i I Hy-t- Class prophecy of the Literature c.ass of the Fordsville High School in liic j ear 1894, by W. C. Gray It was a dark snowy evening during the holidays that I was at home all alone, seated in a low armed rocking chair. The room was lighted by a Jutl wood fire, and the crickets squs-kept time writh grandfather's o'd clock as itthiled away thedreary k hours. I was thinking ol the many happy (. ys I had spent with my class-matand sorrowing that the day of our parting was so near. The fire burned more low, the clock t .ked weakerand the crickets squeak-- t winter. A solemn stillness hov- -t ed over nil nature. The heaviness rf my soul hung on my eyelids and trey fell over my sight, shutting off ft'l earthly scenes. Presently low.sweet "strains of mu-I seemed to hear. They grew louder and louder, at the same time a strange'light appeared to dawn, its tqual in brilliancy and mildness I had never seen. In an instant I was breathing the solt perfumed atmosphere of an Opera house, and from the welcome motto that overhung the stage I discovered that the time was New year's evening 1915. I immediately recognized the singer as my old c'ass-matMiss Grasie. She had changed much since we parted tweu-t- y years ago, but thechanges had only added to her beauty. The soul inspiring music and the teauty ol the occasion held ine spell bound till the last sweet strains died away and so the vision disappeared aud darkness and silence reigned over all. The next scene that came to my view, was that of adrug store in Kalamazoo. On enteringthat store whom should I see, but another one of my c Mr. Ira Lee. He was busy compounding medicine behind a stand and failed to notice my appearance till I extended my hand. He gazed at me with a look of surprise and then declared he could hardly believed his eyes. We talked ot our school days just twenty years behind; and also among other events up to that time. He told how he had worked early and late, earned lor himself a neat little estate. A jolly wife, too, completed his home and no more had he a desireto rome. It was plain enough for me to see that he was as happy as one could be. I congratulated him on his plans so well hid, and then the scene vanished into shade. The lext picture in the traiti ot visions that was evidently passing before iny mind was that of a cotton The larrn plantation in the South. Louse was of antique style, built of gray and situated in a cluster of beautiful trees. From all appearances it v as a century old, but in the best of repair. I noticed, too, that the rooms v. large, neat and furnished in the latest style. The owner of this plan- t tiou was evidently very rica and I v is more than pleased when made ac-- q uinted with the fact that Miss C.ara Davidson was his wife. But lo! the scene passed into torgetfulness. The next vision that appeared to my view was a co3y little Cottage bor dered with blue, shade trees in front and a flower garden in the rear, and Miss Cecil Sargent rules every thing there. In this earthly paradise the sharer of all her joys is Mr, Trity Baungaertrues, who is an Indiana boy. An operator's office next came to my view rnd from the familiarity of the surrounding icenery I knew it J was the Central Station in the L. & N Depot, Louisville, Ky. The room was a very pleasant one, Indeed, beautiful paintings were on the walls and sweet smelling flowers Aerchaug-in- g in the windows, the instruments were ot the finest quality and the operator was another ol my Miss Ella J. Another scene that much pleased me was n Government office at Washington, D. C, It required a typewrit er from the Civil Service list, and no better could be found than Miss Pear class-mate- furnl-bi- int-- i ir-- a vSLfliiSm . We regret the necessity urging this method of notification, but the truth of the matter just now is.Tnu Rnrun Lican is in sore distress relative to finances. If your subscription has expired, dear reader, please consider the fact that we are but human and can inly subsist by partaking of proper nourishment, which, though, it is no fault ol ours, it takes cash to buy and drop in upon us and renew your subscription at some convenient and early date. A newly elected justice of the peace in Kentucky thus charged thejury in his first case: "If you believe what the counsel for the plaintiff has told you, yonr verdict willbe for the plaintiff, but, if on the other hand, you believe what the defendant's counsel has told you, you will give a verdict for the defendant. Hut if you arc like me and don't believe what either of them said, I don't know what you will do." Thejury disagreed. II .'Iy Ho n4.1l itch lor Yon. Mr. Fred Miller; of Irving, III.' writes that he had a Severe Kidney trouble for many years, with severe pains in his back and also that his bladder was affected. He tried many so called Kidney cures but without any good result. About a year ago he began use of Electric Bitters and found relief at once. ( Electric Bitters i.i especially adapted to cure of all Kidney and Liver trouble and often gives almost instant relief. One trial will prove our statement. Price only At Williams & Bell's Drug 50c. Store. 'be'seen in every corner. A large revolving book case stands in the center. It contains the works of the greatest historian, poets, novelists and sceutists from the day of Chancer to the present day. Among the of poetry may be found valuable collections from the pen of Miss Anna Petty, nlso amojg novels you will find some of the most interesting to be the production ol another of Fordsville's brightcf t young ladies, Near this Miss Jessie Reynolds. book case is a writing desk containing books, papers nnd wiiti ig materials that go to prove it that the occupant ol this room is a historical writer of the highest class, and 1 know you will be pleased when I tell you her name is Miss Abbie Smith. But the last was the strangest of all the pictures, and it was Mr. John He L. propounding the Scriptures. thumped on the stand nttl oa the floor until some one came knocking at my door, this aroused me from my napping.the vision came nearer. vol-umd PIEY Wit square. IIAIITFOUI), KY. practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given tcollections. Office east side of puHir - M. L. HriAVRiN. HEAVRIN Shelby Taylor. & TAYLOR, - KtTorneysatLavtfHARTFORD, KY. Will practico thicr profession in all tho Courts of Ohio add adjoining counties, and in tho Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office, next door to Bank ot Hartford. Perry Westerfield, Attorney at Law.Beaver Dam, - Ky.' 91 R. R. WEDDING Attorney at Law, . Hartford, Ky. Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve is thoWill practice his profession in all courts of Ohio and adjoining new nnd original in style oi package and medicinal qualities. Uhnoton-l- y counties. Also Notary Public Office, iu Commerci al Hotel. a cure for all kinds of sore eyes but is guaranteed to give satisfaction as an ointment for old sores, piles, etc. OT. 7 Wayne Griffin & Bro. K. BARBIES IT ? For Sale: dress Ky. One combined saddle, IATTQRNEY harness aud farm horse; 6 years old. For further particulars call on or ad- pectalnoilcelntho Hrlentlrio Atiir rlrnn.aitd Ibua are broucht widely before the public with out mat to the intenior Thu otendid paper, iMuedweeilnelecAntlyllluatratm baabrfaithe I art eat circulation or any acieotiHo work in the world. SJ a year, hami'le mplea ent tree llotldinc flltiun. roontblf. liioa year. Single ropiea, 4$ cent a. Krery number contatoa beautiful plate, la colore, and pbotomapha of new poujtet, wltb plana, enabling but 10 era to ahow tbo dealfitia and eecure contract a atet UUNN A iK Kkw YoitK.UUt Addreat iimiAlntAT. MOST IN QUANTITY. 0E8TINQUAUTV C now." "Give it to us," we said, "and we'll report it for you." "Well," he replied, "Iaint seeking newspaper notoriety, but for the benefit of your delinquent subscribers I don't care if you put it in print. You set," he continued, "I have been ta- "I love my party; I am proud of its achievements, but whenever it adopts or refuses to condemn a policy that I believe is ruinous to the country I shall fly from it as from a pestilence. The man who does not love his country better than his party is unworthy the name of American Citzien." W. O. Bradley. ation and biliousness, Dr. Heir ilny Tonic Tablets is what they must hnvc They cure and you never feel it .Purely vegetable. 25c a vial Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. practice his profeaeion in all courts of Ohio and adjoining tf counties and Court of Appeals. Spec-ia- j, attention given to collections. Whenever the little children, the laOffice uext door below Commeri dies or the big men want something cial Hotel. to regulate their liver orcure constip Hartford, Ky Thr Rni'UUUCAN, Hartford, - WILL Attorney at La7, HARTFORD, KY. . Will practice his profession in tbo courts of Ohio and adjoining counties; Careful attention given to all busineu entrusted to him. Office in . Republican Building. Jo. B. ROGERS, HBilE'S SXM. I VERMIFUGE YEARS Hos lod all WORM Romodlos. OLW FOR 20 I EVERY M I & .sisijNBsirNVNaBJarsflrHisiixi GUARANTEED. BOTTLE UT ALT. DRUOOItTA. BUnilbaOt MKDlCIXI CO., IT. I0HV jfffentfjn.'fotwl, uraiffft CaTeattanlTra(!eMarkt oUalned and altrutent condu.uil for JIOPKIMTK rTBH. My trVcliinihclicmcdi tr viLinny of ihol'.tcrit Office. andntybcitihct lontcunt (p.tirntiarcumurpaued ocod model rkcichi n holograph cf Invention, with description and it ticment . tu dvantaC4 clalmej. JtJVrmrpfli mtnl for an vjtfnian tit t juttfHtnbllttit, Aud tnv fee for proiccutlne; the pplicatloo trill twj h called for until th tukliMU con. All Comiaunl ti'.Ium Cnnjldcrcd u Mrlcllj CocOiIcnllol. ftil Information Rent free 4Nvaioa1CuiD," FRANKLIN U'.'tt V 8 1 rent. WASHINGTON. H. HOUGH XI. C. POSITIONS GUARflNTEED und.r iMiouable ondlllom Do not ay it cin uot be done, till you t nil for free catalogue o( DRAUOMON'S PRACTICAL xantaseiiiiMhortliaiid, renminililpaiid Teleir-rnplCheap board Open to both No vacation Hiiternow. Itallroid Fare mti Paid. HOME STUDY. X?0,rft&X'& SHORTNANU and ri'NiiANauir ci)ciiall adapt rtl to1 home atudy " Write fur UunuMiidy" circular! at oucc Tills .troagty entlorwil liy banket, (in.l mtrchiit, POUR Heck, by Dnmghon', method or tmclllnsr bookkveiiiilir U equal to TWULVK week, by I lie old plan Serlnl ad (AiwteSS- QoAyn, NiiNlilllc. Tciiii. College I, i'lifNittftlic-- , Ohio .VNoutliUCNtcrii H..H She Best Iine between Louisville anp Memphis. Also from and to king your paper along time, and, careless like, havn't paid up, not thinking how several huudrcd other fellows were doing the same thing, and that what was little bills to us vas n big bill lor you, and last night I rlreamrtl til at you and I stood at the ol filial judgment, I saw you just as natural as I see you now. St. Peter told the clerk to bring out the eternal ledger, and he brought it and opened its massive pages, and St. Pe ter told him to read the charges against the publisher ol the Kicker, and he read: '1st, failing to provide for his family; 2nd, failing to attend church; 3d, failing to pay employes; 4th, failing to pay numerous bills for paper, ink, machinery, etc., etc.' St Peter turned to you and asked what you had to say, why you should not receive sentence of eternal punishment, and you replied, 'to all these charges I plead guilty, but I was unable to discharge my obligations because the fruits oi my labors were enjoyed by my list of delinquent and the great judge pronounced it more than sufficient and called an usher and said: 'Go build this man a palace on yonder eminence of pearls, build the ivalls of granite and gold and support it with columns of pure silver, make a hundred windows and light them with stars plucked from a hundred worlds, stud the floor with the most brilliant diamonds ever swung from the eternal hills and arch the doors with a hundred rainbows, and tell the seraphs to go and chant their melodies belore his palace morning, noon and night, lor this man surely comes up out ot great The flaming sword tribulations.' swung round and you were passing in when the great judge asked if you could lurelsli a list oi those delinquents; receiving it he said: "We will visit them with terrible vengeance.' I grew sick at heart, and felt b-- "llotv to Cure nil Nil In Iltene." Simply apply "Swayne's Ointment." No internal medicine requir ed. Cures tetter, eczema, itch, a! eruptions on the face, nose, &c.,lcav ing the skin clear, white and healthy Its great healing and curative powers are possessed by no other remedy. Ask your druggist lor Swaynk's Ointmunt. 34 lyr. One brown marc, TI10 Idenl ' 1'iiiinreii. James L. Francis, Alderman, Chicago, says! "I regard Dr. King,s New Discovery as an Ideal Panacea for Coughs, Bolds and Lung Complaints, having Used It imuy family for the last five years, to the exclusion of physician's prescriptiong or other preparations."" Attorney c. :m:. HARTFORD, KY, at Law, Cincinnati and Evansville, Ticket an Agent 4k up EmL j - Do not purchaser North, East, South or WoBt Until you liavc consulted o. o. & s!"w. II. u. M " muitiio Tiums, IlUl'l'KT SLRBl'Iins, JIODRRNRQUII'MIINT. John Echols, T. n. Lynch, Gen. I'ass.Agt. Gen. Mgr, LOUISViaU. KY. ti Nlriijeil. about 16 hands Vote the Kepubliean ticket straight high, about 10 years old. She left home Tuesdoy night. Any informa- by placing the stencil in tbo square tion leading to her recovery will be under the Log Cabin. thankfully received by Mrs. Mattie McGee, Rosine, Ky. tf lion tu Mnke8500. If you want to make from $250 to person, big, little, old or $500 selling a beautiful set ofjuvenlle Ever young, black or white, rich or poor, who has ever used Dr. Bell's Pine Holiday Books, then write to S. I. Tar Honey pronounces it the best Bell Company, No. 2018 Columbia cough and lung remedy on earth Avenue, Philadelphia, and seud 50 It's true, too, so we guarantee. cents to pay express charges on their Z. Wayne Griffin &Bro. $4.50 outfit, and begin at once. Now ..I is the time to begin in order to accom(Inme I.nw of Till. Nlnlp. Here is the Kentucky game law plish the best results. See their adand the time it is in effect: Deer, vertisement on another page. September 1 ; squirrels, June 15 to Ilrport February 1 ; geese, woodchucks and Of Hickory Grove School, District all other wild ducks, from August 15 No. 44 for the month ending Oct. 11, to April 1 ; wild turkeys, irom Sep1895. Elva Galloway 96, Jas. Gallowtember 1 to Febmrary 1; Woodcocks, ay 98, Cora Petty 9S, Bessie Powers June 20 to Februrary 1; quails, part- 99, Lula W. Petty 99, Lizzie Gallowridges and pheasants, November 15 ay 98. Katie Petty 96, Bertha Petty to January 1 ; doves, August I to Feb- 98, Moses Coppage gS, Martha e J. ruary 1. Plumage and insectivorous 95, Clarence Gentry 95, Wm. birds protected. No close season on Lewellen 95, D, Lewellen 90, Frances hook and Hue fishing. Conder 88, Allie Wimsatt 92. John Turnham 98, Gerome Willett 87, TI10 f'ltiiho ftf llnril TlmrN. g Theodore Westerfield 87, Jessie The New Jersy Democrats declare 91, Perla Coppage 98, Abbie Wilin their platform that "the industrial Maud Bewley 90, Fannie Bew-le- y depression with which we have been lett 90, 90, Jesse Maddox 95, Jas. Turn-haafflicted during the past threeyears is 95, Emit Willett 87, Emma Conchargeable to legislation enacted by der 90, Morris Boling 90, Homer Dothe Republican party," A similar asling 90, Roey Coppage 85, Alma Petsertion has been made in other Demty 96. Verna Petty 94, Tula Coppage ocratic Dlatforms, nud is frequently Ethel Maddox 95, Dora Maddox seen in Democratic newspapers It 87, Winnie Westerfield 94, 90 Effie Wltu-sais a gross misrepresentation, as every 90, Aithur Weeterfield 63, Joe intelligent citizen knows; but, grantWiling it to be true, the Democrats still M. Hale loo, Ines Coppage 100, lie Turnham 89, Elbert Brown 87, remain responsible for the hard times. 87, Jennie Willett 85. ENLIGHTENMENT They were in power throughout the Ivy Coppage ermblra tho moro Advanced Wilbur Ilnle 90, Rosco Bewley 85. whole period oi depression, with amand Conservative nun Conder 85, Luther Loyd 95. goon, of to euro ple opportunity to protect all Inter- Chas. many diseases without Mamie Hale 90, Eva Gentry 90, which wcro formerly ests and to promote the general welregarded aa Inourable with Walter Galloway 70, Alma Gentry 86, out nnrt to tho knife. fare and prosperity. When they disRUPTURE or llrrach, 14 Lena Brown 93, Willace Borad 90, now radically cured withcovered the alleged injurious effects out tho knife and without Viola Board 90, Allie Whltler 93, ruin. Clumsy Trusses cuu of existing Republican legislation, he thrown awnyl Skaggs 89, G. A. Coppage 94, Fiwhy did they not repeal It, and give Sadie TUMORS, Ovarian. broid (Uteri no) and many G. W Carmlckle 90, Archie Harrison others, are now removed the country something better in the Dudloy Maddox 87. without the peril ot cutplace of it? They were not obliged 95, ting; operations. This grade is bated on the recitaPILE TUMORS, however large. Fistula and to sit still and let bad laws bring regardless of the grade in which other discuses of the lower upon all classes of people. It tion bowel, are permanently they are classed. Ira I'KTTY Prln. cured without pain or rewas their right and they posessed the sort to tho knife, Cqiia Putty Ass't, 8TONE la the Uladdcr.no means to wipe out every statute that matter bow largo, is crushpulverized, washoil out thty believed to be detrimental or in ed, and perfectly removed Children Cry Tor any sense objectionable. Congress wiiuoui ouiwnir. For paraphlif, reference was in session most of the time, aud Pltchor'8 Castorla. an particulars, somi 10 cents flu alumna) to World's DUpensnry Medical Aw. its authority extended to every source your tlliy not t no tl uurn-.- ny clot inn. No. osl Main Btnx-t- , of mischief, Hut nothing was done. Milirrli!li ilurralo, N. Y. Cop-pagBol-inm tt to-dcut-tin- ?, mis-fortu1 Rev. John Burgus, Keokuk, Iowa, writes: "I have been a Minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church for 50 years or more, aud have never found anything so beneficial, or that gaveine such speedy relief as Dr. King's New Discovery." Try this Ideal Cough Remedy now. Trial Bottle Free at Williams & Bell's Drug Store. Hardin is being repudiaded by Democrats of stauding down is in old Kentucky. Blackburn shouting for free silver and the black flag, Breckinridge is carrying on a warm campaign by the liberal use of disinfectants, and thegreatDemocrat-i- c platform of '92 is having a' parrot' time af it. Who said for Democracy? this was an Philadelphia Press. life-lon- g mou-key-aoff-ye- Will practice his profession in all th courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Careltll attention will bo given to al business entrusted to his care. Collections a specialty. Office with the county Attorney. Also NotaryPublio !. Attorney E3. KTES-flL- lj (Connlij AUofneyJXr, HARTFORD, aw afKY?f, . Will practice his profession' jn the Courts ot Ohio and adjoining conn-tie- s. Special attention given to col lections. Office in Courthouse. HARTFORD,' KY: given SPECIAL attentionabstracts, to col" making &c, also Notary Publia lor Ohio County. Offico North side of public spure. - Attorney ai haw ' ' JNO. B. WILSON,- - j Mr. Wat Hardin has gotten rich since he went into office. In addition to the salary and fees allowed by law, during the twelve years he was Attorney Genejal he drew out of the treasury about $33,000 for the same character of services rendered by Mr. Hendrick for which the latter gentleman was paid that fat fee of $6,000. Only a few months ago Mr. Hardin owned and sold as his own property about ten thousand acres of valuable HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. mlnerul, coal and timber lands locatIs prepared to do any and all kinds ed in the mountains of Kentucky, Prices most The amount he got for this land must of Dental Operations. Office over Williams & reasonable. have been large. Is it safe to turn Bell's Drug Store. our State Treasury over to the old Vital'zed air or laughing air "gang?" S'o, yyp must have a new for painless extraction of tcoth. set, J. R. PIRTLE DENTIST Now , HEALS RUNNING SORES CURES THE Smith. The next vision that I had the pleasure to see was a library of extenIt was one of the most sive size. In all its stages beautiful places that I had ever seen COHTMIOUS completely eratucat- S The walls were painted snow white BLOOD POISON of' nnd the celling sky blue. Broad bay. pulcer$ yradJt6'Its heallnff windows looked to the north and mqves tho poUon and builds uplhe Tsystem VilWlllitlMMlhfiltMi,.ll!.lfMllMSlhUd4fl. . ...A 1... flwr 1 vipt IrfciTie co- - aiuu, cs,--- SERPENT'S STING S MeiiVre. I.M,1-.- The Twice, edition of the New York World has been converted into the Tlirice-a.weeIt furnishes 3 papers ot 6 pages aplece.or eighteen pages every week, at the old price of One Dollar a year. This gives 156 paper a year tor One Dollarand every paper has 6 pages eight columns wide or 48 columns in all. The Thrice-a-weeWorld is not only much larger than any weekly or ly newspaper, but it furnishes the news with much greater freqency and promptness. In fact it combines all the crisp, fresh qualities of a daily with the attractive special features of a weekly. We have made arrangements to World and send the Thrice Tim RHrunucAN for only $1.65 per year. Subscribe at ouce. Yours, THE REPUBLICAN. k. k semi-wee- York World! r i t j vlllc, said: "II D.imt Rumor is to Oon imports nrtr lncreainj whilo be relied upon the Republicans haw Evi:.v in theso bloomorlngdays thd our exports aro almost tho samo as just such a candidate lor the Court of Democracy's bifurcation is becoming last year, This gives us tlio hot cud Appeals from this district as they immodestly conspicuous. of tho poker iu our dealings with forluvcinjulgc CilTy." tax-paye- rs Well, John we don't know whether Kentucky Democracy lins put it eign nation. Such a rosult was exyou arc right or not, but we hope you apself right In line with tho national pected tj follow the enactment of tho are. II Mr. DuRelle is the cqnal of organization by splitting Itseft wido Democratic mongrel TanfTlaw. Judge Guffy we are perfectly satisfiopen. Timnt: is ono voting precinct in ed, and sa also will b JuJge Gifl's We Voti: for Bradley and tho wholo Ohio county that contains over 200 colleagues on the biticti Siaas Republican ticket by stamping your votorayetit has not u white school Judge Guffy took his seat on the of friends ballot in tho squaro under tho Log houso within its limits. Other voting bench ITqUPBlCd tO OWC lllXCS, HIT yOU precincts in tho county contains from Cabin. to duty. The Republic 111 pirty lion 2 to 9 school houses for whilo chili ors itself by patting su:li 111:11 as Evnitv day prospects of an drcu. Judge GufTy In the court ot last remajority for Col. Burnett for beCol. U. M. Baiinl'IT authorizes us sort. Let us have more of his kind. Kepresuttative, grow more flattertosay lint tho statement to the effect John Rhea puts himself very much ing. Let it pilo up. in the attitude ol a little fie-- dog that he told Taylor so Cabsii's M Ciay, Jit., tho noted Parks he waseither Dan man Is or Crit barking at a big Nevfoundland. we For WITH THE Democrat stigmatizes tho Democratic untrue. Tho a whisky plan of wholly Frankfort Journal. If you we Suncam Jfirahd you do. cry of negro supremacy in their camCash, Nliol hy n I'rriirlirr. paigu is composed wholly of dodge News of a serious shooting comes line paign as ' contemptible" we and dirt. aw-ful- ly from Kdmonson county. On Sunday will sell Goods HnrunucAN voters should put Tin: Democrats mado a great huo Charles Clemens accompanied to THE CASH. their cross mark right uuder tlio Log and cry when tho Louisville Ilepubi church the daughter of the Rev. Cabin. In this way there can bo no Ucnns held their convention and nom- George Mills, asmctification preacher. danger of losing your vote. inated a city ticket some time ago and The preacher was opposed to Clem" it was charged tho A. P. A', captur- ens' attendance upon his daugnter, County Judge Waddington, of Eled it. Monday night nt Paducah a and took her away front the young (or moro) on every purchase of a Suit of Clothes or a nice Dress Pattern. liott county, a leading Democrat, and her home convention was called by the Demo-- , mail, and accouipauleJ We have just received a big invoiced fall and winter Merchandise, embracing twenty of his neighbors liavo declarhimsclt. crats, was captured by tho A. P. A's of Mills met Clemens' lu n puMic rotd all the Latest Styles of seasonable goodsClothing, Dry Goods, Notions, ed their iutentiou to vote for Bradley horse.foot aud dragoon and the Dem and a quarrel ensued, tvhlch resulted Boots, Shoes and other Merchandise all of which will be offered at prices The best day's work you can do ocrats nre wrecked in tho city and in Mills firing a load of shot Irom a tax-paye- rs for yourself and family aud State on county. lower than wero ever known in this town before. single-barr- el gun into Clemens' November 5th is to stamp your balgroin. It h sail Clemens will die, C i 1 publicans have labored long NotoaFow Prices: lot in the square under the Log Caband hard to gain control in Kcu-tuc- and the preacher, when last heard i 5c in. Fine fall styles of Prints from, had not been arrested. and to put au end to Demo5C m m Fine Standard Prints UIMllltfry Wnri'htuim. lliiriiril. Stamp your ballot in tho square cratic extravagance and mismanageA heavy.sraooth Domestic, yard wide 5c The bonded warehouse at the dis6c under the Log Cabin and you havo ment, and now tho best opportunity Fine bleached Domestic tillery of I. T. Harrison, at Lcitch-fiel- d, 6c voted to redeem the State from tho ever had is with us. No Republican Dress Ginghams, good styles v was destroyed by a firesuppose t 6c Frankfort ring and to inaugurate a worthy tho name should be wanting All the best figured Oil Prints to have been stalled by and incendi' All the best Indigo Prints now. Go to tho polls and vote early. 5c new era iu Kentucky. ary. Good Cotton Jeans 15c If you have a neighbor who believes ." V CnncllilAtp Our Job Printing Department is in rebuking tho Frankfort ring 20c Heavy Jeans lor Circuit J111I2. aud if Mr. W. Scott Motrison, of this city, equipped for promptly in maintaining 15 nnd 20c thoroughly Heavy Wool Twill Flannell n sound monetary , . . . . turning out tho very best grade of system, havo him Heavy and wide Cotton Flannel go with you and 2 for 5c work, having added largely to our Ladies, Misses and Children's Handkerchiefs voto with you. publican nomination tor Circuit Judge Good Cotton Flannel drawers 25c facilities during the past If you Heavy Undershirts 25c need anything in this line, let us There have been somo intimations in this District. The election does 20c quote prices. I.incn Table Damask that tho Democrats will attempt to not take place until November, 1897, but Mr Monison deems it wise to Lc Men's Fine Laundried shirts 50c make a still hunt in this Senatorial early in the field. Owensboro MesSilas Evans, a tobacco grower, Men's work shirts 40c District by fusing with tho Populists senger. 6c aged fifty-fiv- e years, was shot aud Fancy Apron Ginghams aud supporting the Populist candir American Shirtings 5c perhaps fatally wounded at GeorgeMuue Y.MiiHcIf hlroiiu dato, Mr. Driskell, in an attempt to I'utillr Nprnktiti? . REPUBLICAN DEVICE. Clay Worsted Suits, best grade 13.00 town by Jas. Leach, colored. Both C. M. Burnett. 1) D Rtneo. nnd I defeat Dr. A. D. James, tho Repub- It you would resist pueumonia, bronBlue Cloth Suits 10.00 live at Donerail aud Lad quarreled chitis, typhoid fever, and persistent I. Miller, candidates for RepresentaIt is a nice little coughs and colds. These ills attack 8.00 Leach is injured. Mob violence was lican candidate. Fine Cassimere Suits tive of Ohio county, will speak ntthe scheme, but the Democratic bosses 1 Men's Fine Hats 50 talked about lor a time. the weak and ruu down system. times and places mentioned below. will scarcely be able to deliver tho Boys' Suits Si. 50 up They can find no foothold wlieie the Mr. M. I.ikeus, also candidate, Francis Marion Gheln, editor ot goods. Let Republicans keep a sharp blood is kept pure, rich and full of is W. invited and expected to le present tho Kentucky JlegittiT at Richmond, lookout, however, and forestall this vitality, the appetite good nnd digesat each place and a lair division ol and one of tho beet known newspaper trick by polling every Republican tion vigorous , with hood's Sarsatxi-rill- time wilt be made: mcu iu Centml Kentucky, dropped voto in tho District. the one true blood purifier. Equality, 1'iidny, Oct. as dead at Richmond at the residence of Rockpoit. Saturday. Oct 26 Hon. Cassius M. Clay, jRwhom Hood's Tills cure liver ills, constiPrentis, Monday, Oct. 28 his mother's. He was forty-eigGen. Hardin defeated for the nomi- pation, billiousness, jaundice, sick Coot Springs, Tuesday. Oct. 29. pocket-boo- k years old and had been an editor nation McHenry, Wednesday, Oct 30. night. Plnco tho X Inside tho Squaro and who at that time aflirraed headache. tweuty-ninyears. Undor tho Log Cabin. Taylor Mines, Thutadny, Oct. 31, his allegiance to the cause of the Dem Mr. J. G. Wilson. Rosine, gave us night. ocratic candidate, has come out in an n pleasant call Monday. Juihie Field, of Louisville, has Heflin. Friday, Nov. 1. nHt'iicG&i!iiiouoaieioia Speaking will begin at 1 o'clock p decided that in all cities except those open letter repudiating Gen. Hardin, A H111I Wreck. ur, except nt DeaufUld, McIIenry in which he fays: s of the second clots members ot the Quite a Mines, at 'Gen, Haidin's icpudiatiou of the the C , O. sctious wreckR.happened on aud Taylorat 7 o'clock which places it rt b)ardof educationmustbeclectdefor vi p. in. & S. W. R. just below will begin piaiiorm upon question 15. D. GlTFV. va,vcce,or,in other words,by an open now before the tlie American people cer- Beaver Dam early Monday morning, Ch'm'n Rep Co Com. ballot. The charier of cities of the tainly absolves all Democrats from n which the engine, baggage car and G. B. I.1KBNS, Proprietor Big Cash Store, second class provides for the secret any obligation to support him a3 the one coach were damaged and it is a Ch'in'n Dent. Co Com. Democratic nominee. B F. W. 1'IRTI.K, ballot in those cities. mystery that the entire train was not e Ch'm'n Fop. Co Com. demolished. The train was a lew r, ih! J; We Iiecanie " "The prosperity, security and General Miura, the deposed Jape No Eagle on the ticket this time. ol the country absolutely demand minutes behind time, and striking a e f oiotit diMttci of'cn follow trilling n Minister to Corea, has just sucanese M eilm nti pretty pciceot track was making good 0 an instant repudiation Stamp your ballot in the square un ceeded in carrying out a plot which as Gen. Harden holds, ol such views time. The Taylor Mines switch rvas If you re wttk and it is the the Log Cabin and you vote the ml tmriMr tx. m PUBLISHED EVERY FBIDAY MOROTNQ der resulted in the murder of the Corean duty of all sound money Democrats left open and the engine dashed headtuuttcd, iMtvmii, Z Republican ticket from top to bottom hat im (ppttlle Queen. Miura tries to implicate the to give them no encouragement whatantl can't work, B HAM A. A.MIinsOS. long in the ditch between the switch ..Proprietor. and help to redeem Kentucky. a ever, especially as the issue was forcbtflfi H onc lak- - m . Editor. .. D. ItOUEHM JO. Japanese Government, but the lat ed for seltish tag llx moil ttlla- - S Durnoses. nml in mit. and the main track, while oue cou-- h Me ttrwiglhtfilng m ter were unknown to the crime and of our protest tor party harmony was followed it and one coach broke loose merfirlK. which It S Mit. John II. Rice was nominated Subscription, $1.25 por year. Qiown't Iron Hit n rammed down our throats by Gen. and fell over on the opposite side of will punish the murderer. for Representative of Grayson counIfiom ih vy rt 5 Hardin. Those who live by the the track. The mail agent, Friday, October 25, 1895. Mr. ty by the Republicans last Saturday UOM. i. fall by The Chicago Ditpalch announces sword must warm up the sword. I,et Myers, was ptetty badly bruised up us not now S at Leitcbfield, in the place of Mr. B. IT CURES the snake of fithe discovery of a cold water eprjng nancial heresy that and the engineer and fireman were Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver 2 it ni3y attack us L. Bruner, who was too young to which possesses all tho properties of with renewed vigor. mashed up somewhat, but not seriousTroubles, Vote the Republican ticket straight e Neuralgia. 5 make the race. u Constipation, Impuio Ulood, the Kceley cure. Pcrsous who drink ly. by placing the stencil in tho square P Malaria, Nervous ailments "Some speakers are urging relucA vote for Mr. Ringo is a vote in- of this water lose all desire for whisky Women's complaints. under the Log Cabin. JmlKr lrniiy Nirrrh. tant Democrats to vote for Hardin for J Ctl only tin- - grnulnc- - It hit crowed red dorsing the Boaid of Equalization, or beer. Kentucky has decided that fear of negro Judge f. F. Denipsy, Democratic 5; 'iitoiitlievriipper. supremacy. Such arMimilil Itinil l In- - .Vru.im. which raised Ohio county's assess- strict quarantine regulation must be gument seems contempt.ble." candidate for Railroad Commisioner. 5 0HO.VH CHlMICAU CO. BALTIMORE. MO, g lrrN. established to keep this deadly stub" was advertised to speak nt the Court ment 4 percent., when tho estimates Many ot the County Superintendon which such action was based did out of the Blue Grasss country. THEQUEST10N3 ANS 'BR- House last Friday, and owing to the ents, since the teachers' examinations sm illness ot the crowd he tried to de- for 1895. have stated that many of the &1?T-- L frjfcL ML not at nil justify it. ED. Have the clerk ot the Election to FOIIMt Tho Herald asks it we urn in favor cline, but alter much tinging ol the applicant were deficient in current Rculmiicr that the Republican fold your ballot for you, take it into of REDUCED tho repeal of the Separato Coach the Couit House bell he was induced literature, all owing to the fact that HATIEMTJ TREATED emblem has been chauged from the the booth, unfold it, stamp it with to reconsider the matter, which he they do not rend the newspapers. Law. Wo answer plainly No. rOft PAQTiajuai fAit Ii did and proceeded to deliver a usual Iu this enlightened age, with a newsEagle to the Log Cabin. ORAODaeuwiTitclMAnpj No Eagle the X in the iquare just under the also asks if wo are in favor ot the en paper at almost every ciossroad, lor will appear on the ballot. H'tiweurnuiuoKAGc Democratic speech. To voto Log Cabin, fold up the ballot again actraeut in applicants to teach the rising generthe Republican ticket stamp iu the as it was first folded, deliver it to to the New Kentucky of a law similar ation to he guilty of the ueglect to 11 i oir. York race law. Young men or young women aspirAgain the judge and go on your way rejoic square under the Log Cabin. The fight between Corbett and keep abreast of the events ot the day ing to any vocation in life should wo say No, by leading a newspapei, is nilisgrace. always You will have doue a good ing. Is declared off by the remember that the bottom Now will the llcald frankly nils Fitzsiiumoas Teachers should not only subscribe rounds ol Rev. G. W. Lyons, who assisted day's work for tho State. the ladder Florida Athletic Club at a Conference for their home paper but also take an to overflowing, but of time nre filled swer the following quotioii: Djsi between the madngers of Corbett Rev. E. E. Pafe in a revival hero Governor, there's alwnvs and educational journal, mid read both room at the top. That's where Dr. Fourteen moro of tho murderers tho Herald uphold or condomu Pros-ide- Filzsimmons. The Club asked last winter, has been transferred to COL. WM. O. BRADLEY. that carelully, which will make them Dell's Anti-Flu- x for colic, cholera Cleveland, then Governor of the contest be postponed the West Broadway Methodist ot tho Chinese Missionaries have been of Garrard county until No- stronger iu their piulession as in- and diarrhea stands It's soldat ajc structors; as well as make ihem and China, at first, did not New York, for signing tho New York vember 11. Brady acquiesced, Church, Louisville. Rev. Lyons is executed. 50c 011 n guarantee by. 'A. Wayne but stronger intellectually Lieutenant Governor, Shippens-burg- , Griffin & Uro; a very able preacher and mado many seem much Inclined to punish tho race law? Does the WM uphold Julian would not. The Coutest was l'a. News, WM. J.WOKTHINGTON, friends during his stay here last year. perpetrators, but in answer to tho no or condemn the Democratic Legisla-tur- o declared off. Iirndy then said his of Greenup county. To tho Voters ot Ohio County of Indiana for passing a race law last fay that Cotbett would meet uncertain suggestion of Great Britian Fni,i,ov Citizkns: I nmbefoieyou Mit. Hardin has persistently re. Auditor, similar to the New York law? she is progressany man iu the world, Fitziimmons aud the United States as the Populist candidate to reprefused to heed tho wishes of those who SAM II. STONE, sent Ohio county in the Iower House If a Democratic Legislature in In preferred, on November 11, the man ing with commendable alacrity in tho nominated him. Now, why might nnd am asking the suffrage of every Great and thoroughly of Madison county. to be named within twenty-fau- r The Chinese diana pass such a law nnd a Demo work of punishment. producer of ho not likewise turn a deat car to If electbuilding-u- p medicine, honestpledge niysellwealth. Vendig announced that he havo a way of hiring a suhstituto in emtio Governor of New York sigu hours Secretary of State, to work tho people at large should they elect nerve tonic, vitalizer and ed, I interest ol Ohio county, for the best case of capital punishment and thus Buch a law, why would not a Demo-crati- c would match Maher against Corbett nnd look CHARLES FINLEY, him. The man who plays false to his after nnd guard your intetests to the cheating justice of her reward in the legislature and a Democratic nnd find some one to take his place of Whitley county. party may fairly bo put down as best ol my nliility. I promise also, punishment of the real criminal, but Governor be as likely to do tho sumo nyainst O'Donncl, the contest Mnher that my vote for United States SenaTreasurer, doubtful in his fidelity to his people. and Cotbett to be for $50,000 n side. the sentiment of tho civilized world thing iu Kontucky as a Republican tor shall go to that candidate whom I GEORGE W. LONG, think will best subserve the great A Jim row Icnic No Republican should falter now. demands the life of tho oflcmieis, Legislature aud a Republican Govof Grayson county. majority of Kentuckians The marhal of Cloverpott. John ernor? Does the Herald iudorso Before the people today, and rency question, vU : The on the curThere is too much at stake. Tho peo- nothing less. enactment Attorney General, Col. J. D. Powcm for appointing a Hall, had a close cill for his Hie which stands preeminently of a law for the free and unlimited ple have already been burdened too have all along negro to a position paying about 81- ,- Sunday morning. W. 8. TAYLOR, JUDGE As it is he is suf. The Republicans above all other medicines, 13 coinage ol both gold aud silver at the long with the costly luxury of thirty present legal tatio ol 16 to 1 Nooue claimed the Slate has hem managed 000 a year and uiviui; him charco 0f. '"log from n wound from n pistol of Butler county. of Democratic administration will appteciatc your vote inure than yeaiB bull on his scalp. for many years by tho'eamo ring aud tho Ottciieboro Custom House? of Public Instruction. Supt. myself. of affairs in Kentucky aud the day of Kesp'y, The name of the mau who did the Democratic ticket Does the Unald iudorso President J. P. MlMJM. W. J. DAVIDSON, her redemption is at hand, if only that tho present shooting is not known but he has for t'ij g rotter ptrt, vji named Cleveland for inviting Fed Douglas of Pulaski county. Republicans will do their duty. Bland just been si rested by the marshal TO TIIK Tho todino with him? from among that ring, by it. to your guns, boys, without wavering. Rigisfer of the Land Office, Mr. Hall was coverins; the man It has won its hold upon the Louisville Pot', a Democratic paper Does the JJirald indorse President with his pistol, nnd another mm was CHARLES 0. REYNOLDS, hearts of the people by its Clovoland in appointing uegroes to searching him. The faots submitted to tho Board says: The prisoner had of Fayetto county. own absolute intrinsic merit. Havo "Furthermore, whatpolitlc.il influ office? an of Equalization wero such as demandone hand in his pocket, and when It is not what we say, but not, thatyou wisharttclo patentod or ence in Kentucky is t as compact, as Commissioner of Agriculture, you to got manufacturDoes tho Herald indorse tho Demn ed tho lowering rather than raisiug they had seaiched his other Dockets what as well disciplined as Sarsaparilla ed? LUCAS MOORE, If so, write us regardiug samo. of the assessed valuation of Ohio that centering in the Auditor's office cratiu Committee 111 sendlug nut the the marshal; toM him to take his does that tells the story: of Marion county. We make a specialty of PRAOTI-OALLcounty property, but tho Board, of and teaching to the remoUst corner iiogiii, Christian, to mako Democratic hand out ot that pocket. The man of the State? This influence hasbeeu DEVELOPING INVEN Railroad Commissioner 1st Dist. jerked it nut, grasping a pistol and which Mr. Ringo was a member, the controlling political influence in speeches over tho State? TIONS, doing all kiud of DIE work, Does the Herald iudorso the Cleve- fired instantly at Mr. Hall FortunJERRY R. PORTER, raised the county's assessment 4 pel Kentucky for twenty ems, as the Even when all other prepar- ana ately he ducked bis head just before of Hickmau county. cent, and wo havo never heard following list of the State officers land Adraisitraiiuii? ations and prescriptions fail. you mauulatuiinguiidor contract. If nnd nominees for that period will lmvou partially developed iuvon was fired, or he must have Is the Herald in favor of the Frco the shot that ho cveu tried to prevent this " I was taken with 1 pain In vay right tlon, For State Senator, show." wo can be of great service to you aud Unlimited Coinago of Silver at Ucu killed. of taxatiou upon our peoplo, side which run down Into my limb DR. A. D. JAMKS. Thou the Pol gives the names of and my ankles swelled and broka out iu pofectiog It. We nre practical mv. the ratio of MS tol? yet he asks your voto for RepresentaThe Midway Cllppsr gives the fo- lStato oflicials from 1870 to the presFor Representative from Ohio County in running sores In seven different venters and manufacturers of over Is tbu Kentucky Democratic Stato tive owing rccciot lor keeping cider places, Binco I have uied Hood' C. M. BARNF.TT. ent, and says: twenty-fiv- e years experience aud fulplatloi ol 1805 u Frco Silver or a the aores have healed and I sweiti "To ktep elder from fermen"This exhibits the situation so far For Coroner, Seud for have gained fifteen pounde In weight." ly abreast with tho times. as it relates to the State. It is a com- Gold Standard platforai? ting, some put shot in the jug; other L. W. HUNT. Jobib Uisais, I'rpstonburg, Ky. explanatory circulars. Whut is tho position of tho Demo, bottle alter slightly heating, and beplete subjection of the Democratic party to the will and purpose of men cratic parly of Kentucky uwlay, for fore putting in the cork place on top UlllS nUlKt All tut Mils. Cincinnati Specialty Mfg. Co,, Subscribe for Tim Republiban Drt Uuull Sjrun. Tuim auuT . who master the machine under the . Hold by droriUu. tf No. 72 W. Third St., and keep up with everything that la idea that thus they can master the or against the Free aud Unlimited two or three raisins. When cold lii Coinago of Silver at 10 to I. party." sett the bottles in a box of sawdust." Hood's Pill f. fwlele", wild, efleo. CINCINNATI, the country. going 011 a Vote tho Uepttblican ticket. TnmiBnro 0011 17 postofllccs in Ohio An HARD TIMES! Ilct'ttnr.iCAKs, turn out and voto. nly. John Rhea, I!rlnlll In his speech at JiiiIkb. Louis' Las-- t Call for Taxes. crops This has been the cry for the lust two years or longer. Some lay it to one tiling and some to another. We do not pretend to say what brought it,but it is hard times have never been half and we know it. so well prepared to serve the people as at the present time. We have the goods to sell ycs,plonty of them. Bought 'em right and going to sell 'em right. are hungry for more money, more trade, are prepared are prepared. can This season come and see what and best Quality of have the most complete them thatwe have everhad, and cheap for -- bThUdoaud Who Still aei pay at once and not force us to levy on ami and tho consequent scarcity of money, wo in forcing have been easy with collections, but now the timeisf'st proaching when I will have to settle with tho Stato and County for all the taxes duo them whether I collect it or not, therefore On account of short last year, WE ARE HUNGRY sell your property. It is now TOO LATE for me or my deputies to visit.... of you fore the six per cent, penalty will bo added which will be in a few days, but our ollico in Hartford will be open every day, days excepted, where you can find some of us ready to receive tax money and receipt We can Save You A thereior. Dimeor aDollar 1 Has this year smiled upon our county and all kinds blessed us with bountiful crops for which there are now open,rcady markets ana out of this great surplus should willingly pay what they owe. After AN ALLWISE FATHER ..5c KtBM.T:raitKB., J THE 10TH DAY OK NOVEMBER We will call on no person the second time for tax money, but will be forced to levy in every instance where the money is not paid on demand. We hope we will not be this warning forced to levy, but must, is not heeded. PPcal Your Obedient Servant, C. P. KEOWN.S. O. C. rXr2 Hartford, Ky., Oct. 22, 1895. 1 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 make your elephant had stepped on it. a, ht o J, B, FOSTER - I Feel all-vi- tal i H.A.IFLTIF'ODR.ID, - I3L5r. Badly day rcn'-tedl- I Hartford Republican wel-far- Brown's Bitters s Iron J. REPUBLICAN DEVICE. s 'SSLv. 1 IP" firm Republican Ticket. The Only le il i Purifier Blood Sarsaparilla Hood's HOOD'S INVENTOR. Hood's Cures Y I 111 fn KcTvJf fllSJiluBni Get HOOD'S . '. ' AUaiugguts. IWU"T in, OHIO. E5 wiiwrrrryTa OUR Read Tun KurunucAN. Vote the Log Cobln ticket straight. . - See Fair Bros. & Co's wraps. BEAVER DAM. Kev. Cascbler, Rockport, filled his regular appointment here Sunday. Mrs. Silas Taylor visited her mother, Mrs, Cooper, ol Cromwell, Sunday. Miss Itttlnia Barnes and boardcr.i and a few other friends went nutting Sunday and spent the day. The wreck which happened at the "Y" last Monday morning nt 3.30, Is being cleared away rapidly. Miss Susie Stewart, Concord, visited her parents Sunday. Mrs. K. R. Ray is quite sick, The Hon. J. Kdwin Rowe spoke In the School Hall Tuesday night. Miss Pearl Iiblln, Louisville, is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. II. Barnes. Misses Nannie and Clam Railcy, and Air. Tom Chin entered school Monday. Mr. John B. Taylorand sister, Miss Mattic, spent Saturday aud Sunday with their parents near here. Miss Rosa Taylor spent a few days in Louisville last week. Misses Nettie and May Rogers spent Saturday and Sunday at their home, Forest Glenn. Miss Cllffie Gray accompanied them. Mr. J. B. Toylor, city, Supt. 7., II. Shultz and Miss Hffic Knlin. were among the number who attended the teachers meeting at Vine iGrove last NEXT PRESIDENT veil of political Call on Bullingtbn tor n good, easy shave. Court ol Claims meets next week, Fair Bros. & Co, arc the Clothing mon. lleautieel Fair Bros. & Co's. of $5 capes. Awarded Holiest Honors World' DR Fair. FOR THE TRADE- mm - r.ii i Hon, Chas. I'inley next day. Mr. Jo Neel, Whltcsvllle, town Wednesday. Wednes- line Is hid behind tho ob- was In Mrs. It. D. Gttfly was In Owensboro Inst week. NOW CREAM scurity. The firm of Fair JBros. & however, is not ered by any political drapery; and politics may coiue and politics may go, but wo sell on forever. Wo have again replenished our stock plcinished our stock in ail lines and arc now prepared to offer to our patrons getter bargains than ever. Read below the rare bargains in store lor you: BOOTS AND SHOES. Men's good boots $t 35 worthfll 75 1 Co., both- Sure to please you, I'ulrBros.&Co's Millinery. New Millinery every week at I'air Bros. & Co's. Remember It. L. Bullington is the best barber in the State. Remember that 1'ield & Holbrook bus will meet all day trains. Bring your eggs and feathers Fair Bros. & Co. lo To buy while you cnu got choice. il THE TIME J New millinery again this week at ' Fair Bros. & Co's. BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. A Grape Cteam of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. Fair Bros. & Co. show the prettiest millinery in Hrutfojd. Ladles Fleeced underwear 25 and 35 cents at Fair Bros. & Co's. T DIRECT 4,FHOM - Mrs. It. P. Ncal,who has been quite If you need 1'lber Chamolsc, a real sick for some time, Is Improving. hair cloth, come to Carson & Co. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Hockerarc vis We have not advanced the price on iting in Fordsville this week. our Boots. Caiison &Co. Save your money aud buy your Go to Rosine to day to hear Judge W. S. Taylor and Hon. G. W. Long. clothing from I'air Bros. & Co. It you want to hear good speaking and hear Taylor go to Rosine and Long. to-da- 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. FINLEY AT HARTFORD Hon. Chas. TUb I iik And have tlio latest styles and patterns in iR CTORIES fkBk Miss Carolyne Barbour, Louisville, is visiting Miss Stella Thomas. a 00 best " medium fine boots Ji 50 Indies bcit gtalu button shoes 1 50 Warranted not to rip Ladies glove grain button shoes $t 35 worth $1 50. Ladles fine Dongol.i kid tip slioejl 25 worth'$t 50. Children's coarse shoes 50, 65. 75,90c Ladies coarse shoes . . . 90c to $1 as Old ladies lace shoes ft 35 Children's button shoes 75c to ft as " " . . . . 75 " a as " a 50 " 335 We guarantee to save any farmer money for this line, I!el blanVets Ited comlorts . that will come to us STAPLE ARTICLES. 75c 75c 25c White linsey Colored linsey Good flannel Good Water proof . . 15 . cheap nt 75c Goad cotton flannel 5 7i,SH,io,iaic : . . jc . Catc yarn per hank Cote jeans 35c Good cotton fenns . . . lo and 2 He 8'jC wuttu 10c GxkI ch viots . sot Tuikey rcl table lir.cn 20c Table oil cloln 30c nnd 20c 50c ... .... ... 1 No house in the county can sell you these goods cheaper than us. We positively can save you moneyDRESS GOODS & CLOAKS. 35c lor 36in all wool :erge worth 40c 65c " soin 90c 20c " 36111 lienrict'.a, ull shades . 25 65c " 4oln figured jlack goods, very stylish. 65c for plaid woolens, very stylish for waists 32in wool finish satines . . . I2)c Trimmings, such as Jet, Silks, Velvets, Buttons to mntch our entire line. JACKETS AND CLOAKS. The style In cloaks willbeehoit, while capes going to be very popular. Our entire line will be in Saturday. Can furnish cape!, for $1 50 to $10 00, Cloaks, $2 50 to f 15 00. Visit us tor Rev. J. S. Chandler preached his arc Hautiord, Kv., Oct.24,'95. first sermon at the Methodist Cliurch LITTLE THINGS.' 1 Sunday morning to n large and Statb 01' Kv. 20c last Lndias ribbed vest Ohio Co. J SCT clearly He attentive audience. Misses corsets 25c I, Crit Parks, of Ohio county, Ky., showed by his logical reasoning and Belt buckles 15c being duly sworn, state as follows: masterly effort that he was an orator Belting 25c Mr. Barnett did rot tell me that he and minister of unusual ability, and was in favor of Side combs 5c the sale of whisky in pleased rocdoz our people seem to be well Shell hair pins the town of Hartford, and ifitisso He moved with his firs.t sermon New stampede linens stated it is incorrect. He only asked his family to Hattford Wednesday. New zelphry yarns, me what I would slate in the case of New saxony yarns, Jll llnrbaur Kuterlnliiru the Commonwealth vs. Brookins and Miss Ulla Grace Slack gave a very I told them. New kid gloves, all leading shades $1 Crit Parks. New handkerchiefs . . . . 5c to 25c handsome dinner party at he residence Sworn to before me by Crit Praks, last evening in honor of Miss Caro- this Oct. 24, "95 New large buttons. New embroideries 5c to 25c lyn Barbour, ol Louisville, who Is the Jno. P. Morton, J. O.C.C. Covers Misses yarn mittens 15c guest ol Miss Alibel Miller. ' Octoubr 24, '95. . 25c were laid for twelve and a most elab Ladies yarn mittens by me iu the The affidavit utr-d-e beautiLadiescrochet woolen skirts . . $1 25 orate dinner was served. The Hartford Herald ot date, October 23, ful cosmos was the flower of decoraLadies woolen skirts ft 00 1895, having been read to me I find Ladies black hose 5c tion and the favors were very pretty. that same Is incorrect and I did not 10c Besides the hostess and Miss Barbour Ladies fleeced hose mean to say nor swear that C. M. Ladies best black fleeced hose 20 to 40c were present: Misses Altbel Miller, Barnett said that he was a "whisky Men's home knit sox . . . 20 to 25c Hattle Johnson, Minnie May Miller, man," nnd said statement is IncorMessrs. Pauljohuson, . 20 to 25c Phil Pointer. Men's cashmere sox rect and I did not mean to say anyNewFeather boa's, very stylish . . $1 00 Jay Miller, Peter Manning and thing of the kind. ( man Birk. His serenade After dinner a dellghtlul X Tavi,or Dan Mark was tendered the party by a band of Owensboro Inmusicians. strolling Attest: It. P. Nkal. quirer. Subscribed and sworn to before me wo T. Jl. Nlllllll ItfHll. October 24, 1895. J, A. Smith. Mr. T. M. Smith, a former resident Itxamlner Ohio Cou.ity. boon of Hartford, died at his home in goods I was present with C. M. Barnett on one occasion when he met Dan for flux, alter an illness ofouly a few before the Republican ConvenHe wad about fifty ypars of Taylor days. sold tion and I siy, when I say it I mean age, aud leaves a wife aud four chilIt, that C, M. Barnett did not say to dren to mourn his loss Mrs, Heber low said Taylor that he was "a whisky Matthews, of Hartford; Mrs J. F. patron-- 1 Vickers, Owensboro, and Marion and man." I was with him and did most and nearly all the talking and I say Vlrgie Smith. do ago furthermore that C. M. Barnett is the d His reraalu3 were interred in obCemetery yesterday by the side only man in Hartford who ever elect of his son, Byron, who was drowned loneered with me or requested me to vote against saloons. a few weeks ago. While I regard Mr. Barnett as Mr. Smith was in the merchandise told as any friend I have, CO business at Owensboro and had many highly would not lay aside any . princihim I friends in Daviess and Ohio counties ple for personal considerations, who learn of his death with much Hartford Oct. 24, 1895. of JTaShions. sorrow. J. A Smith. the latest. Mr. J. W. Lytic has sold his housc to on Union Street to Dr. J. R. Phtle. give you n quick, easy and close Plaid goods are the latest for waists. shave. j Fair Bros. & Co. have lovely styles, What's the matter with you pays Mr. W. S. Cole has moved from account this Sulphur Springs to Davidson Station. Ing that subscription week? Big line of cloaks, newest style, Mrs. Heber Matthews is visiting from $3 to $20 at Fair Bros. & Co's. her lather's family In Owensboro this We want some more good correweek. spondents In every locality In the Mr. W. D. Moore.Sulphur Springs, county. visited his sister, Mrs. Dr.U W.l'ord, Fair Bros. & Co. will save the cash this week. buyer, 10 per. cent on their winter Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Rolph, Louissupplies. ville, are visiting Hon. Jno. J., Dr. Tilford, living near Horse and wife. Branch, is very low and not expected Remember tosday is the time for to live. Fudge W. S. Taylor and Hon. G. W. Mr. Jno. C. Riley is attending the Long to speak at Rosine. Banker's Assoslation in Owensboro You can find overcoats, ladies this week. cloaks and jackets, also a full supply Mr. Lem II. McIIenry, Louisville, of capes nt Corson & Co's was the guest of his mothes's family Butter colored laces, belts belting, this week. belt buckles and anything that you Plenty of corn to shuck this year, might need at Carson & Co's. buy your husking gloves from Fair picrhotographer Taylor will make Bros, & Co's. tures In Hartford every Monday and Edwin Black, son of Jailor J. W. tf In McIIenry on Tucsdary's. Black who has been sick with typhoid Miss Sallie Coleman, who has been fever, is improving. confined to her room forseveral weeks Rev. L. R. Barnett will preach at with typhoid fever, Is able to be out. nt the Methodist Church next SunWilliams assisted by Revs. Rev. day at 1 r o'clock. J.A. Bennett and R. A. Crowe is conRev. Jo B. Rogers will preach at ducting n very Interesting revival at Green River church the first Sunday Mt. Mention. in November at 1 1 o'clock. Miss Sara Collins, our popular milMrs. Jno. Brotherton and Mrs. W. liner, will make you a hat or will Owensboro, visited trim your old hat and will tell you A. Brotherton, the family of Capt. Sam K. Cox this how to ruakcadrcts. CaiiSok&Co. week. In all probability the proposed Mr Amos Hagerman, of near town, electric line will be built I rota HarU died last Tuesday morning and was railroad some ford to intersect the buried Wednesday in the Milton Taywhere between Beaver Dam and Mclor graveyard. IIenry. Mrs. Sam A. Anderson chaperoned Don't forget that we are headquara party of young people on a picnic for dress goods; remember also ters party last Saturday. They spent Jthe that we can supply you with jetpoiuts day at Hooker's cave. and all the latest novelties in trim The Baptist Ladies wilt give an mings. Carson & Co. Oyster Supper and Candy Pulling at Remember that Field & Holbrook the Old RBruBMCAN office meets all day trains, and thev also A large attendance is earnestly rekeep a first class Livery Stable. quested. Don't hitch your horc' outside in the Dr. S. J. Wedding, who has been cold "but put hint in their stable. practicing his profession at Rosine Mrs. Sallie Row? died at ttte home for a number of years, has moved to of her r on, Mr. W. L. Rowe, near bis farm near Sulphur Springs, where he will continue to pacttce and also Toiu'. rieavtnt, last Friday. The remains were interred In the Center-tew- n conduct his farm. work. Cemctry Saturday afternoon. Look out for colds at this season. Little Lilly Bell, daughter ot A. J. Keep yourself well and strong by Bell, happened to quite a p.inful ac taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, the great She was tonic nud blood purifier. cident Monday evening. playing and ran across a rear porch ltnrnellN Itecord. where she fell and broke her leg just The following certificates will show below the hip. Drs. Morton and Ford the glaring misstatements made by were called in and set the broken Herald in reference to Col. Bar boues and the little girl was resting the nett's prohibition record. The Heryesteras well as could be expected ald must be on its last legs when it day. resorts to such rot. The following U. L. Greeted Finley by a DRESS GOODS. CLOAKS, Bullington is prepared Large Audience. Republicans and Demo-crats Alike Share in Cheering. MAGNIFICENT ; Saturday. Mr. Frank Cascbler has given up A his position at the depot. Mrs. J. P. McKinney isnotthought to be much better. Dr. W. G. Finley is in town this week. Mr--. II. p. Hunt was in Rochester this week. Misses Margaret B. Clark and Mabel Sweatte spent last Thursday In Rockport. Hon. Charles Finley spoke iu the School Hall Wednesday night. Dclmte. Oct. 19. According to previous agreement, Hon. E. T. Franks and Hon. J. E. Rowe met in joint debate here The largest crowd that ever ossein bled in the history of Whitesvlllc, greeted the speakers. Many ladies were present in the audience. Franks led off in a magnificent speech of an hour's length and Rowe followed, being allowed an hour and a quarter. Mr.Kowe's speech was a characteristic Democratic address, charging South em Republicans with venality at the national conventions and asserting that all Republicans are idiots. He dwelt at length on negro equality, mixed schools and the separate coach art. Mr. Rowe is one of the many Democrats who have not learned that appeals to prejudice no longer move Frniihfi-IloHe CLOTHING, Hats, Capes, Furnishings, THE ' r SPEECH. ' Whitesvitle, y. 8-- ht. Kentucklans. Franks showed in his rejoinder that the constitution expressly prohibits mixed schools, that Grover Cleveland as Governor, signed the New York equality law, and that a similar law was enacted in Indiana by a Demo-crat- ic legislature and signed by a Democratic Governor. Franks captured the crowd by his eloquence and convincing arguments nnd it is not likely that Mr. Rowe will care to tackle him again soon. Hon. Chas. Finley, Republican nominee for Secretary of State, Invaded Ohio county Wednesday nnd spoke to n large and enthusiastic audience at the Court House in the afternoon. Mr. Finley began by taking up the currency question, to which he devoted some time, thoroughly setting iotth the claims of an honest dollar as compared with the free silver heresy o such men as Gen. Hardin. He uext tackled the State House Kng, seven ol whom are the present Democratic nominees for the various S ate offices, and he gave them such a drubbing as has not been heard in hattford for many days. Mr. Finley's speech was one of the be r.t of this campaign nnd was charac-tulz- ed by an honest, sincere desire to Si've the State from the further rule of the Ring. He told about how Norman had closed tae public records b"d had told Republicans they would hriveto pay to have the records copied, when they wanted to see n portion of them, and how a young Republican from Louisville had been insulted by the Democratic Auditor. Mr. Finley was introduced in a neat little speech by Hon. E.D.Gulfy, Chairman of the Republican Executive Committee. It will be remembered that Mr, Finley is the same man who intros duced a bill in the last Legislature by making every two weeks pay-da- y large coroporations instead of four, which was voted down, and Ohio county's Representative cast his vote against the two week's bill. Mr, Finley made a good impression on our people and all were well pleased with his speech. Boots, Shoes, Millinery, &c. BIGSE ST AND BEST STOCK AND To select from. We also carry a Full and Complete Line of And will give you the BEST GOODS for the LEAST MONEY possible! When in town call and inspect our stock we will treat you right. CO, I3C,rti:oircaL, XSLy. -- xrW J AS KOW lfJ OlDf Republican Rally At Rosine, Ky. October 25, 1895. Judge TV. S. Taylor and Hon. G. W. Long will address the people. Everybody vited. inicn. UnrrUou'a I.ltcrnry Work. It is announced that Benjamin Harrison is engaged in writing a series of magazine articles fo r The Ladies' Home Journal, In which periodical they will begin in the December number. The series will be called "This Country o! Ours," and will consist often articles and probably more. The papers are being written by General Harrison especially for women, to meetngrow-ing- , widespread desire on their part to intelligently understand the workings of our Government and the great National questions. It will be the aim of the articles to explain in the clear nnd concise style for which the is famous, just what the United States Government means; the origin and meaning of the Constitution; how laws are enacted and enforced; what the powers of the President and oilier officials are; what the judiciary system means; how our foreign relations are brought about and their meaning; how Congress and the Senate legislate; In fact, a complete explanation of the Government A SAD Girl KILLING. NEW -:- QUARTERS f of Fourteen Shoots a Boy of Three. Tlio Killing Accidental and - Resulted Prom the Girl Corner 3rd and St. Ann Streets (near court house) where we will be pleased to show you the largest, finest and lowest price stock of FURNITURE in the State. We can do you good. Come and, not Enowing it was Loadod. Near Beaver Dam Sunday occurred a sad accident in which Little Clifford Stevens lost his life and Miss Zilpha Smith is almost crazed with grief. The family of Mr. Smith, who are datives and friends of Mr. Stevens' family were there to spend the day tnd the children of both families were playing around the housc when the girl picked up the pistol, which she supposed was a toy pistol, and playfully pointed it at the boy, touching the trigger and the pistol was discharged and the little boy fell dead a The relatives of Jew Jeet from her. both children rushed Into the room and was almost dttmfounded when they realized what had been done. There Is no blame attached to anyone as It was purely accidental and all deeply deplore the sad accident. The burial took place Monday at Liberty in the presence of a large concourse of sorrowing friends nnd relatives. 1 see us. THE MARTIN, & SMITH 41 :: EUGENE GASSEF' co2NTriEicri:zoirE3 -THE Keeps constantly on hand a full stock of (Jaies, fresh Bread, olls found in a Sfe, usually fact everything And In ;k 1 fTirsi-la- ss (onfeefionary. ""' 121 Mam Stroot, Owensboro. "TrnnMtir JiiSKBSiil 1 RARE CHANCE Yen can make lrtm Cbritmas selling our TO MAKE$500 belvn nowand o The U. show Royal Baking Powder superior to all others. , S. Gov't Reports ig R3 I.O.I $2f0(0lc $EGO.0O ... if 1 pjj Beautiful r Juvenile holiday fiooos, Graded to I Our stock contains many other bargains cannot which hero. These mention have told in a popular way. General HarAnyone finding a bracelet with the rison writes the article from the stand- - word "Laura" woven on it, will point of a citizen who understands please leave same at this office. It tf his subject, They have no bearing was lost dutlng Fair week, on politics whatever. Whlledirectly Notice For Hnlo, iudended for women, the articles will Poland China pigs for sale by Taynaturally have a much broader scope lor Bros. , Point Pleasant, Ky. 1 2. 3L and likewise Interest men, ind especially young men. IMcm 50 cents, 81.00, 81.50, $1.75 and $2.50. suit all ages. Wo guarantee Best Books! BestTermsI Si you BierSalesl Bier ProfitsI Don't wait lo semi for circulars (although we have them)but sond at once 50 cents to pay express charges, and we will send at and will be cash prices. Wo solicit your all and will power to in our tain it. bought the Cash The World's m showed no baking powder so pure or so great In leav enlng power as the Royal. . mi Fair Tests $50. Rim-woo- This Must Saia'K In the world for Cuts, Ilrulses, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chop- tied Hands. Chilblains, Corns, aud all Skin Rruptious, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfacuion or motey refunded. Price 35 cents per box. FOR SAW? BY Williams & Hell. TlIK KiU'UiiMCAN Buoklon's Arnlcn Salvo. FAIR BROS. & Semple" tf and The Cosmo- politan Magazine, both one year for only f 5 In advance. We will give a scholarship for & comploto courio In either department of tlio Columbian Butlneia College, value (J50 00, to tbe peraon iondln ui the hon erlglnal copy or detlgn, .Ize 3x4 Incite!, for a newtpapur for our school, lfore January let,, 1806. W builnou without text )(1 Actual builncmt from tnrt 10 fintib, (Superior Instruction In bookkneplnir.l'enmamlilp. llunl net! Law, llankltii;, Curro poi dence, Grammar, Rluirtluml Tfllrprsnliy and and railroad ofllco practice. l'lv expert Initrnctor, Hntcr any hmIMwI lo time. Graduate puilttona. Catalogue frcu An) one from 1(5 to W or"M ".a.1 t compete. Write at LocGyear&WHs'"'. l'iwrnoi !'' 'nt hi Third ttM' st uilver-tlieme, Trpe-wrltlni. FR31S $50 IN TUITIONgood com4 lo per mission, according to.mitubcr of books ordered. We will also soutl you, free of all charges, a handsome nioroc. co outfit of ouV popular and iastsolliug book, . "Speaker's Ideal Entertainments," to bandlo in connection with the Juvenile Hooks. With full justructions, and allow you QUft J3AUSifTi3L Fftee $4.o ouspis cent, 55 . Experienco not Necessary. Anyone can sell Juvenile Books. N'TA We will enlarge pur business the first pfj'Oie SPECIAL: year, quite a good deal, opening one or more branch officejixind will need more General Traveliug Agents to which we "pay We alway3 choose a salary of $750 00 a year and nil expenses. Irom our successful I.ocal Agents, and If you prove your ability we will have a place lor you. But whether you desire to travel or not, send for on outfit at once, and make several hundred Address, dollars in a few weeks. Outfits now ready. JWjf DKPT. C t i S, I. BELL ' COMPANY, 2018 Columbia Ayo., Phtlndolphtu. Ponn. tlMtWWjRywwa jWPrj'V iUIWiwtjtwiN'; 4 sad affliction, and we hope nnd trust that God in his loving kindness nnd wdMsaasssss there?" tencer mercies will support, cmsolo Friday, OctonnR 25, 1895. "Hut you will give mo 1 few words nnd protect the '.tin thclrsvl bereavebeforo REPUBLICAN DEVICE. nnd let you go? Como downstairs ment. us drink to tho memory of 4. That In nrnnry of the decease dear old Nice. And and I have Brother we wear t lie muni badge of news."' "Your engagement! nnd I was mourning for thlrt 1 days 5. TI1.1t a copy of thec lesotiitions forgetting my congratulations." Ho took breath. "How unpardonable be rent to his family end The Unit-for- d nnd they lie naked of mc; but, really, so many of my Djnc by ctder of friends have taken tho fatal step just to publish situ lately, I'm getting quite confused, Lodge. (s your flanceo here?" Ciias. Park. ) "No, unfortunately." Com. Sm Minus. t t'ustorln, lt . Suiiiiiel IMtelior' ) for IitlutiH Wm Pauk. "Ah, my mtsfortuno, I urn sure. Placo tho X Insldo tho Squnro Well, it lenves me something to look niul Children. It cniifiilns ucitlii'r Opium, IHurpliIno nor Mis3 Cnolyti Il.ubour, the attracforward to. Good night, Mr. Eldon, either Xnrceitlu Milistituct. It I 11 liurmloss substitute) t Undor tho Log Cabin. nd bleu des choscs for your future tive Louisville girl, who has bcon vis for Vnrogorlc, Drops, Soothing Syrup, mill Cnsteir Oil. itlng Miss Alibcl Miller, leturued to happiness. There's my clmperone. THE HUMOR OF IT. It h Pleasant. IU guarantee Is thirty jeers' uio by t must fly." her home nt Louisville thisalternoon. millions of Itleithcrs. Castorlu eloslroys Worms mill nllnys Sho waved n frivolous hand. There Owensbnrn Inquuer. She wns dressing very carefully ivns a look of surprised disappoint-licn- t fevcrlxlmesN. Cuitm-iprevents vomiting Sour Curd, 1 ,N'it riliimn f.iuti. on his charming face. And yet and exquisitely for the Haverton's cures Dlnrrheca nnd "Wind Colic. Castorlu relieves The court have tlefited that th So gave nnother doep sigh cf relief danco, and yot with u certain nervous teething troubles, euros constipation mill llattileney. following is the law as applies to Now and then she is ho turned Into the ballroom. abstraction. Castorlu assimilates tho food, regulates tho n(oniach in linnlnins; newspapers, would stand still, lost "Wonderful luckl Hut, somehow, noil bowels giving healthy and natural Meeit. Cns-torthen she would set her teeth, and t thought, sho'd tnke It differently," Subscribers who do not give exIs tho Clillilren'n I'anaeea tho mother's 1'ilenil. dress frcnzlcdly for a spell. Clearly laid he to himself. press notice to the contrary nre conAnd sho drove home. Only when sidered ns wishing to renew thcirsub-scrlptionit was not easy to rehearse a scene sho got to her own room, and rememof reproach nnd scorn and put In Castqrio. Castqrio. hairpins simultaneously. bered just wlmt she had meant to ' CftMorU l mi txcHIr nt iitettltine for " Catoiia I. to well xUgilnl la clilMreii that 2 If subscribers order the disconMettmi hnvc lepentcrily (aid me cf II. t tteOHinienditao.UfeitorlaanyrHeMtithxi Out she realized that a perfect confi- say nnd just what she had said, did seed efltet upon thetr children " Lhawii la me," dence In her own appearanco might she see tho humor of It; and there- tinuance ol their peiiotlical, the pub It. A. AaeHim. M. I). Onnnti, It. O, C.Ijowell, materially Influence her courngo upon sho cried. Black and White. Usher nfay continue to send them un 111 no Onlont M , BwMUyw, X. Y. Mm til all firicuases, ntc piid. when the momentfor the sceno came, " Catterta l Ihe remedy foe ehttdreii ef "Our ihynWB In Ihe rMMrtn'a depntl. and that the moment should como 3. If snbicribers neglect or refuse which 1 tin fnaliilrl, I hope the day leiiot meat have tfwken htfhly of their at the Haverton's dauccshe to take thrlr periodicals from the Ar dhtant wtwii nmlhen will couritltr Ihe e 1h their tlWe prarlk ntlli Ottaela, was fully and desperately detertcallntcmtftftMr chlMttti.it ml it? CMrla nnd atllionfti we only hart aiHOnjr our When IUby u tick, wo fire hrr Cutorl. postnftiee to which they nre directed, IntttaU of tht tmrtoti. qiwck iioeliun whkli medical MijiBlin what l Lnowu aa rigatir mined. CJiill, ih cried for CVutorb. When he they are responsible until they have are destroying thrlr lured ottw, hy forcing pnxlMta, ue are fn to conrtM that the Surely if ever man deserved punWhen aha becun JlUa, shs clung to CutorU. opium, morphine, Molhiitff ami other merit, of CaetoiU hae wan Ha to loot, with settled their bills nnd ordeied them woman that them CutorU. When ho had ChUJrtn, the ishment at tho hands of n,il down their tlironK. " thereby fawr n poii it " discontinued, endlnff them to premature grate man was Ashby Eldon. Ho had beI'NITBD llmPITAL AMI) IKI1MKY, 4. tf the subscribers move toother Ih J. 1'. Kinviirioi t haved unforgivably. Uati, Ma Conway. Ail i. Alli.x C Sunn, plvcs without informing the publishShe had met him for tho first time ! er, and the papers arc si nc to the Tho Centaur Company, 77 Murray Strcat, Now York City. Nnc ihe Apple Crop. at Ntco, In tho early part of this winFrom almost every direction conies former iiuuios, mey uie utiu responter. She was there with an enervated aunt. Ho was thcro on mere a good report of the apple crop and sible. pleasure, and had given her to un- this promises to be the banner year) 5. The courts have e'ecide I that re- derstand that ho had fled from a hot- for apples. The price will not doubt fusing to take petiodirals from the Bj shipping JtcTiicli'ti-Carte- r Company, YOU CAN MAKE MONEY ComniUsion to house atmosphere of tiresome adulaMerchants, Louisville, Ky., be low for all common fruit and in- office, or removing end leaving them because thev arc the larceat and mmt re tion In London, to bathe his soul in stead of selling it lor a few cents a uncalled for, prim.t lacie evidence of liable commission merchants, aud because they can handle Hhipiuents nulck pure sunshine. Ho had talked culbushel, it should be made into cider intentional (rnud. and to the best advantage for the shipper. A trial shipment solicited. Write ture and personalities in perfect proto them for quotations before shipping. Specialties : Ktfgs, Butter, Poultry, 6 Ii subscribers pay in 'advance portions. Ho had been charming; and allowed to make vinegar. Many Fruits of all kinds. Beans, Potatoes, Onions, Hay, Grain. Headquarters for Furs, Hides and Wool. Capital, 540,000.00. Liberal advances made on conworn striped linen, a pointed times hundreds of bushels ol apples they are bound to give notice at had signments. General correspondence solicited. ol the time il they do not wish to fascinating will go to waste in a single neighbor- beard, and a smilo of fatigue; ho had deluged her with hood, that if made into cider, nnd kept continue taking it. otherwise thepub expensivo flowers. At first these tor vinegar, would nave brought Usher is authorized to send it nnd the "Bread is the Staff of flowers had como with a mero card. large prices within a year, for it is subscribers will be responsible until A little later the card was often in- seldom that two extra crops of apples an express notice with payment ol all closed in a sealed envelope, nnd covcome in two successive years. Every arrearages is sent to the publisher. ered with somo suggestive little The Litest postal laws nre such that quotation from tho French or Ger- care should be taken to ha 7c the vinman poets. Still later tho flowers egar clear and as neatly perfect as newspaper publishers can arrest any one for fraud who takes a piper and had como without a word, bearing possible, and when this isaccomplish their own message, and when he ed, there is always a demand for it at refuses to pay for it. Under this law noted a spray or two in her dress ho paying prices, and the man who has the man who allows his subscription would perhaps steady his eyes on elder vinegar that can be depended to run along for some time unpaid POUND CAN. . ONLY hers for a moment, hold her hand the on as pure and unmixed with water, and then orders it discontinued, or For sale by Stevens & Rial. Hartford. Ky. fraction of a second too long for will not need to hunt for place to dis- orders the postmaster to mark it "remere convention oh, tell her In a pose of it. Apples that arc faulty fused"' and have a postal card sent thousand wordless ways that she him-sel- s was a charming woman in his eyes, are often left to lie on the ground notifying the publisher, leaves liable to arrest and fine, the same and that he knew she knew It. And and become brooding places for cod-l- in ifpffi eg 9 MI SJ"4 fSi g k3 ra rR 5? m, Vs W moths and other injurious Insects. as for theft. never a hint or sign of bis engagement to that Miss Trevorjl It was The "windfalls" should be carefully wnen your cntid is eating an ap incomprehensible unspeakable! & W picked up every day or two, and fed ue or a piece of bread put one of Dr. EU tt &i KfflJ ta vEJ If ho had not mentioned by chance to the hogs, as they like them and Bell's Tiny Tonic Tablets In it and if XS7V EH tS liJ Hi (S U that Lady Haverton wa3 his aunt; if such variety helps, to keep the ani- there is any constipation' here it will on her return from Nice she had not taken enormous trouble to cultivate mals in good condition. Horses are Lady Haverton, and lead her talk very fond of apples and if given a few & Bro, on to Ashby Eldon, she might have ol them occasionally, will feel all dawdled In her fool's paradise to the the better for the change. WANTED: Several trustworthy gentlemen or ladies to travel in I day of his wedding announcement. Somebody will get this magnificent pieseut FRHK and cvcrb"dy Good Old Granny Metcalf, 86 years Kentucky for established, reliable Well, tho days of woman's "silent old, living at 618 Monroe street, who makes a purchase of $3 or over will have a chance to get it. the Sa'ary 3750 nnd expenses. house. suffering" were over now, thank drawing to be held January 1, 1896, before a committee ot Owens-boro'Ky., says that Dr. Bell's Pine Steady position. Enclose reference heaven! She had been reading a Tar Honey is the best grip cure, representative citizen.", at the striking article on this theme in cough, lung and bronchial remedy and eeltaddressed stamped cnveloved Tho Dominion Corapany,Tbird Floor, some magazine only last week. A that has been offered to the people IMOt woman was no longer a man's p.ey during her life. Guaranteed by. Z Omaha Bldg., Chicago. she waj his equal, his rival; and Wayne Gnuin & Bro. Read the handsome business an m t she would prove it. She ilornee tJreeley, nounccments inTnnRiU'onuCANlrom would speak her mind honestly An acquaintance met Horace one week to week and give these mer. She without flinching. grandly day and said: "Mr. Greeley, I've chants your trade who ask for it. foresaw every detail of the Interview. He would be standing in the stopped your paper." "Have you?" Job rrlntlnir. doorway of the ballroom when she said Horace. "Well.tbat's too bad," A complete line of Beb Room, Kitchen, Parlor, Office, Dining Room The business public is requested arrived. She would pass him by. and the old white hat went its way. We can sell and School Furniture with Prices lower than ever be lore. to call at the office of TunRGrunuCAN would speak to her, and she He The next morning Greeley met his you a bed room set or $ 10 50, or a sideboard for the same price, which will .would raise her eyebrows in calm subscriber again, and said: "I and sec samples ol its work in the job These, however, nre just surprise, answering in ioy terms. thought you had stopped the Trib- printing line. We are prepared to make you feel good every time you look at it. But he should write his name on her une?" "So I did." "Then there execute all orders for job work on .samples ot our itne(ualeei bargains, of which wc have an immense house full. The finest line of parlor suits, Floor and Swinging Rackets. Desks and programme, and when the dance be some mistake," said Horace, short notice aud at reasonable prices came round sho would ask to sit It must COURTKOUS nnd I.MRRAI. TRF.AT-MBNOur material is new aud of the Iates Book cases ever in Oweusboro. out. Silently she would lead the "for I just came from the the office, designs and our workmen the very FAIR and HONKST Dealing, STYLISH nnd Goods. way to an empty room the little and the presses were running, the best. Our wotk will be up to date in The VKRY LOWF.ST Frices. boudoir at tho back of the conserva- clerks were as busy as ever, the comI And positors were hard at work, and the every particular. You orders are . -- T - ,,1, KWsil Hartlord llopublican be running awny now. There Is so much going on do cts jours isn't eaeeeaecec909nee9eo30oereGOa3MaS998St ' iL What is I S l-- tircxe-rlpttoi- UJir 'SMHJS) g til937H)QnSf) Served I Him rfUfri'i t3 Klght I ,'SLSL fl t,Hh s y W fc "Vnil fflll AUU WUU 4n1rrt fnnr bt.I Vilt.l. OUU flnf A I A right bRck atul change S it I for Clnirelte Soap. would not use auy knows It is without nncqual. Soldcvcrywhe.ro. Maelconlyby LU iPTT w Hm,m WaMHUliU W BrtJ other kind." Every woman who has ever used Wtr V&'JS-UGi W The N. K. 1 ln wwgevoBe9owoofraoBtcoaa Falrbank Company, St. Louis. s. ll e. tu jt )1 )t I H 3 tin-en- d I I life," nIvT.fooo'k Ballard's Obelisk PBaS The Purest, Strongest and Best. 25c PER sented by Hepre- - w ARSON Si BRECKINRIDGE- - iii. t u 'm', f'. HMAL GOLLS5C1! Ti-r- Bl ! II a Su Sfei Isra eA Will open the Fall Term Tuttday. .Seplembcr 3, 189ft. antl eontinuo 18 Clatus bludeiit may enter at auy time. weeks. Faculty to uit all. 'IVarhem' ltiwinw, Clawical, Scientific, Telegraphy, Music. Course recsdnahlp. Ad.lrew, tirat-cla- JEL. SffiS. 'wayri ! An glegemi ili? Ophostered HAUDINSUrKO, IvV. 3. J302a:-a.033LXJ22tXaE- ,,, Trisiilent. Vahogany parlor gait. m,n n TIE w i. & i. Hiimwi ANI) ' - mmm ' v- m i - wm 3BLy. ..... HHH1E FHITIE HOUSE HIHIHHD HEP1BLIG1I When ii eomes ONE to ftarnitcire we are in the YEAR Iead. MARTFOUD UEPUBLICAN, Write your lmmeand address on n postal card, send it to Geo. W. lies Room 2, Tribune Huilding, New York City, and sample copy of TUB NKW YORK WKUKLY TRinUNU will be mailed to you. Well-Mad- e SI bo m u ch POftliJg l small investments. then tory. How she would tear him with her business was going on the same as weapons of scorn and disgust. She yasterday and the day befote." would make htm feel like a cur. "Oh!" ejaculated the subscriber, "I Tho hottest words seemed insufdidn't mean that I had stopped the ficient punishment, when she thought paper, I stopped only my copy of it what suffering ho might have caused because I didn'tlike jouredltorials." berl It was the merest chance that Greeley, "it "Pshaw!" retorted she bad not lost her heart to him merest chance. Why did the wasn't worth taking up my time to the faco in the glass twitch when she tell me such a trifle as that. My dear said that? Sho would say it again, sir, if you expect to control the utand say it out loud. It was tho terance of the Tribune by the purpurest pleco of luck that sho had not chase of one copy a tlay, or if you fallen In lovo with Ashby Eldon. Ej think to find any newspaper worth had done his best. He was a brute. reading that will never express con'Yes, be was. She didn't care. He victions at right angles with your was. How hideous red eyelids could make ono look I they took all the poetry out of white checks. Why had she been the fool to choose her pink silk for And what would it matter if sho wore green baize? Hateful worldl It was packed at the Haverton's. Eleven o'clock and ho was not there. She danced a great deal. Half-pas- t eleven, and he was not own, you are doomed to disappoint- ed. LOUISVILLE FURNITURE HOUSE, R lictiirning proopority witbin a short tune f? f A a make many rich, hut no wheie can Uoy roako in C5rain, l'irovis- by bticceftful Speculation I A I ion nnd Stock. I P A N S ONI5 GIVES REUIiP. B. S. WOLF,112 W. Main, Owonsboro. To our FrlriiitN. We hope that all who are interested in helping us to push the circulation of Till! Rrvublican 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 trom your neighborhood. am m iTE 'Louisville Dental o. 114 Main St., Owansinro, Systematic Plan of Speculation originated hy u. All eticrrutul (peculators operate on regular systom. It m 11 well known fact that there ure thouiands of men in nil purls of tho United States who, hy rysiematio trading through Chicago brokers, make large amounts every year, rouging: from n few tliqiiMiid dollar? for tho man who invests u liundreil or two hundred dollsra up to 850,000 to $100,000 or 11 $10.2? f a a 0 r J f? tl uukiLnn iiivdbidu unu no H4 r r tuy uui unvn iiiuuu t I h tm fr ment." When the children drink bad water and eat too much green fruit, or have the stomachache or diarrhoea Irotn any cause, you needn't be alarmed about them. II you will get a 25c or 50c bottle of Dr. Bell's AntM'lux they will be at play In half hour after the first dose. Z. Wayne Griffin & I3ro. MOIICE. I WiMT CTtrr man and womio. In tho TJnttwl StaUt laUretUd In tbe Opinm and Wbliky habits to have one of mr books on tbeao dli witei. Addreu II. II. Wocllej, Atlanta, Ua. Uox 582, and one Hill be cnt you tres. DENTIST. Ky. ) there. She sat out a great deal. Half-pas- t twelve, and he was not there. She was getting too tired to smile. She must go homo now. "Good night, Lady Haverton a delightful evening." Yes, sho was feeling a .little tired. Good night once more, und out on tho staircase. Merciful powers I There hocamo slowly, posscsscdly in tho old way. Quick! what was she going to say at tho very first oh, what "Miss Feardonl an unexpected pleasure!" A wave seemed to wash over her brain. Sho took his proffered hand and her eyes fell for one second. Then sho looked up with a brilliant society bmlle. Her old resolutions lay about her In ruins. A completely different set of emotions had taken possession of her unconsciously unnuestlonlngly. "Ah, you nro back In the vortex, Mr. Eldon the doar old vortexl" "Yesl" A faint suspicion of awkwardness spoilt his usually perfect manner. "Yes, I am just de retour, I low kind of pcoplo to give these vi$tt)asolrocs at this time of tho year when thoro Is positively no other way of getting warm 'Aiid lam unjrratenl ejouU.t? IlAUTFonn, Kv Ocfio.'os. Free Son's Lodge No. 1,873, G. W. O. of O. I'.i WiinnKAS, It has pleased Almighty God In His allwise providence to remove from us by deith and called home to himself to rest from his labors to a rich reward our beloved P. N.F, brother, ben Moseley, October 5, ibgs. Thetelore be it tesolveJ: 1, That we, the brethren working under that grand banner, dedicnt d to Friendship, Love and Truth, do mourn at thedepartureol our brother, Deu Moseley. Dc it further resolved : 3. That we give up to the grand Master all ol his property, but we cannot'help Irom thinking ot his dying words thit were: "I am billing to go, I have vashed my robe in the blood of the lamb and have kept the faith, I am going home to receive my reward," and we do sincerely mourn our great loss, not only for his Odd Fellowshp, but as a shining light of Be it further resolved! Christianity. 3, That the bereaved widow, his little children and all others of our late Brother's family have our warm- est heartfelt sympathy in this their lleaolullon. Ts prepartd 10 nu all kltids o Painless Cenisny a Specialty. lJuntal work a' ra4aonhli pricun. Our celebrated Crown and Bridge Office over J. W. Ford & Co's Work or eeth without Plates applied Teachers, we have an excellent line Feed Store. without pain nnd guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction. of grade cards, printed on the finest 241 242 tttnlto Butldiitff, Chicago, 111. flliltunr Aullrra. paper. Write us for samples. $5 to $7 Ohitunry notices will he charged Gild Crowns Porcelain Crowns 53 to J4 for at the rate ol 5 cents per line. It F.AST HOUND dialy daily set of (no made Children Cry for is customary for alt publications to Uestmatter Teeth much betterpay) . no !8 l.OUIHVIM.H.NT. l.OiHH A TUX. It. II No. 52. No. 54. how you . Lv. Ileiiderson . . j 10 a in 2 55 p m charge for Mich matter. These rates A Good St JC WnST IIOUNIl daily (Uily. Caatorla. Gold Fillings DuskctU . . . . 7 34 a m 3 10 p ui No. S3. No. $t up will be adhered to without discrimip ni a 111 ji ivv. u. Louisville 6 30 p 111 7 30 nsi. SpotUvillo . . . 8742 a tu 3 16 p 111 SALESMEN nation, co please take note of it and Platinum Alloy . . Reads Silver ni 3 23 50 ICy. Street . , . 6 4j p 111 7 4$ a 75c or two GOOD don't be oflendcd when wc present Kxtrncting, pr tooth Worthington . . 7 38 n 111 3 30 p 111 Wast Point . . 7 a$ p 111 8 1'D m 15c MEN in each county to lalto orders our hill. Count six words to the line. FJnless extrctlng with Vitalised Stanley . . . . 8 06 a m 3 37 p m . . . 7 $0 p tu 8 28 Howard m lino of NUIWEKY Air fora CHOICE Griffith . . . . 8 09 a tu 3 41 m Willowdale . . 7 39 P i 8 37 " 50c Whenever a druggist tells otitic l'OTATOES. PAINLESS UXTttCTINO by the STOCK or SEED Mattiugly . . , 8 17 a m 3 47 p m Rock Ilaveu . 7 .17 p m 8 43 a in has somellilntrjusUAKOod lorcoiighs, use of our Vitalized Air I'K)!R when Wo Oweusboro . . . 8 30 a m 4 00 p 111 Stuck and Serd guaranteed. Long llranch 7 55 P hi 8 53 a m grip, etc., ns Dr. Hell's I'ineTar lions Aitificiul Teeth nic ordered. 8 40T1 tu 4 08 p 111 Paten givo you steady employment with 8 o.t i) m o 02 a m fimudeuburg Gold Filling in your Artificial Teeth , . 8 5j a.m 4 20 p m Powers . , 8 13 p 111 0 11 mil GOOD pay. It will cost jf.u nothing cy don't you believe it, for we guats Itkrou ante that is is not true. We make same as your natural Tetth. Wnitniati Giilton . , . . 8 11 p in 9 19 a 111 905 a 111 4 29 p m State when writto givo it u trial. the genuine and authorize all drugp 13 a in 4 36 p ni IwUport 8 30 p 111 9 30 a m Irvington ing which yoo prefer to sell. gists to guarantee it. The K. I',. oerThiB Office Pormannntly Cayce 8 38 p m 9 39 u m Webster 9 19 a 111 4 42 p m No. 0 O.ran Addrecu, Located. .Sutherland Co., F.ulucah, Ky. , . 0 23 a m 4 45 p in Falcon . . Lodlburg . . . 8 45 p tu 9 47 a 111 NURSERY CO,. THE IIAWK.fi For sale by 7. W i.jrr Gtiflin & Bio Fettle 8 55 p in 9 56 a 111 Piorce 9 19 a 111 4 51 p in Rochester, N. Y. I'nr Nnl Simple. . . , 9 00 pm 1000 n in Haweaville .ii 9 37M59Pn Ore fcholHislup in the Lexington Sklllmati . . . . 9 4a am 5 09 p in Stephenspoit . 9 09 p m 10 09 a 111 The Grade Cards' are better, pretJIu bint ss College. CM1 at this office Shops . . '. Addison . . . 9 14 p 111 10 14 u m ..ib 00 a m 5 at p in tier and cheaper than ever. They are fur particulars It will pay you tf libit Clovurport . . 10.05 a 111524 pm 9 17 p m 10 o a 111 tho hadsomrat in the marktt; juit the ' . . .10 20 a iii 5 36 p tu Helt . . Cloverport . . 9 38 p m 10 33 a m I'llfkl l'lli'Ht Killing IMIpn. thing to muLe n child feel jubilant, , . . io 23 (i iu 540 p m Addison Shops . . 9 31 p m ro 37 a m . Moibture; interne itchSviirrciMs Stephensport 11028 a tu 5 45 p ni Sklllumii nnd to keep as n souvenir ofthe ing and rtingiug;iuoi.t at nlghtiworsc 9 43 P iu 10 50 n iu on Sample , , . 10 37 n 111 5 52 p m school, 35centin bundled 300 for by scratching. If allowed to continue Hawesvllle , . 9 54 p m 11 02 a ni Pierce . . tl , 1003 p 111 11 09 n in Petrle . . tumors form, which often bleed and to 41 n in S 57 P tn $i.oo,nt Ki.i'UHuCAi.Office 1895, , . Fnlcon . . . . 10 07 p in 11 is a 111 ulcerate, becoming very sore. Swank's i" 19 49 a tii & po p tn An Ailtrrlix-iiirii- l in llic imprr In OlNTMit.NT stopstheitching and bleed Webster . . Cayce . . , . 10 12 p m 11 19 a 111 . 10 57 a in 6 14 p tn G. nnrlliiMti on ll Irnrr), Irvington . . , 1 1 oj a, in 6 32 p in Lewisport . . to 18 p ni 1 1 25 n tu ing, heals ulceration, nnd iu most . 11 14 a 111 6 40 p in Waltmnn . . 10 25 p ut 11 33 a m uttston cases removes the tumors. At diug. (Joixl lliiilirr, 16 35 p in 1 1 43 a m Powers Itkrou Dr. I .,,ij 23nii(d48pin One ol ihe best Iwibcra iu this end gists, or by mail, for 50 cents, Urnndeubiirg Pates . . . . 1048 put 11 58am 11 31 am 5 58 pin Haitlord will com- of the State is locatedI.. iuDttlllnglon. Swnyue& Son. Philadelphia. Long Branch 1 1 39 a in 7 P7 p tn Owensboro . , 10 59 p in 12 06 p m and his name is U Rock Haven 1 1 47 n m 7 14 P m Mattiugly . , 11 09 p 111 12 18 pm ELECTRIC TELEPHONE 1 His shop is located just nbove the Bold out right, no rot- - no roult. Aid.ptl Wlilowdale Griffith 11 14 p ni 12 23 p m it 53 niii'7 21 pm to CUx. Yllltf or Omnlry. JN1I in ...rr Stanley 11 18 p in 12 27 pm Howard,. ,1 . ,. j2 p pm 7 30 pm noma, mop, ior aauoraco. l Commercial Hotel, nnd he nlwaya Itau ftnj Wt MlUr 00 rtrth, Wortluiigtoii . 11 25 p in j2 35 p ni West P.dlnt' i ji 05 p,iji 7 35 p m p. m. AirvuU tauk ttMUk H& log.10ter day. keeps everything In the very best of ldinc mMm a to U IB Ky. Street . Reads . . . . 11 33 p 111 12 42 p 111 12 45 p rii 8 15 p in bora, FUf oairumcQitB tori, work shape around his shop, clean, new Spottsvllle . . 11 45 p m 12 53 p m Ar. U. Louisville , 1 od p m 8 30 p in norwiicra. anr auwjra uumvitio, rta sor nut na l,i UM WlitHt btpiu, (Un jqnii Children Cryfpr towels, nothing old or shoddy nbou H. C. MonE.O. P. A., Basketta , . , 11 53 p in 12 59 p ni Htvtr tMtt ol ortUr uo rliurla. Ii Ar. Henderson Iroulsvilte, Ky 12 10 a in 1 15 p m W P lUrtoon C him, t:trk0,Coliimbui(0 more hy tliofo who invest a low tlioueund. It it also n fact that tboe wlio mako the largott proffia from 00 in pari rninll invettmenlKou this plan are persuni wholivo away from Chicago and invests through hrokeiD who thoroughly understand tyeliiiatic trading. Our plan does nut rirk tho whole amount lnvotel on nuy trade, but covers both Men, ki tlint whether the market ric or falls it bruiga a steady profit that pile upfiioitiimndy iu fhort lime. WHITE FOK CON VINCI NO I'ltOOFS, alo our ifanual on succcas-fil- l pointers speculation and our Daily Market Ilopnrt, lull of Highest ret ALL FIU5E. Our Manual explains margin trading fully. ercnoes in regard to our standing und succe. 52. G mo For further information nddreee THOMAS & CO.. Bankor& and Brokers, 11 moiiey-innkln- Pitcher's WANTED 111 11 ... .... .... ... Grand Republican Speaking Friday. at Itosine at October 25, which time Hon. W. Lorg will speak. . ... , i '' ... Speaking mence promptly at Pitcher's Castorla. o'clock ... ... , 1 ItM r U