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RINOO K n W if OWENS PIHK MIXTURE ,,w I HE , -, jujlxjlavju jlv'"wi -- " H EPUB LICM. mmrm. ' 'ti'HK.. S.i fittornoya Apf few, tMtMfJHthlffli thai MnWai W tfmrtl f J ttip Hm. QvwMiHi t rtiri ud tw all E T 4 hy tfcHtftdl( nxrtiitr. m R ?n- - anoBOo. OoTTLta, SV A. CP )j. Writt-da- r Nr ilrtUrt Ammw t - OFFICIAL '. " 7- '" " Jm CRDA1! OP THE FaRTV IH THE FOURTH """7?. COBICm DISTRICT, , 'HiminUlafrM. R I.I,..'! ...Sqy ;' - Jtm VOL. YIlL- ., HAOTFORI), KY,i THIDAY, KDy!EMBEK moic Good space cases ply display. A 4 stasa 1, 1895. : Will ctlcoinall coufU'f2HOh!o countuPjBirJor IJiiid ndjoining WCbl-- Id Ruoirrt nut Court of IccliOils all legal I'JiSincB? attend' ed' to. OlTico TjpffTmliil St. iwl-- e- NO. 14. Latest U. S. Gov't Report PUBLICITY Judiciously Attained Is the Secret Of t P : eflectlve the advertUement. taste will dictate the amount ol to be Hied, but it should in nil be such ns to admit oLnu am ' ii ' j ' THE FAD OF THE IIOUIL --4- Highest of all in Leavening Power. L AWY-E'R- , OWtfNSnOKO.sKY.'ill'i Will pracfico his profession jn Daviess and ndjoining counlieV.' Special "attOflTco, ention given to collections Bank of Comnierco Building: . Jna. Gnmo of Illnffo Una tho Lntoot In tho Lino of Amusements. It la the Very Nene.t Thing tinder Ilia Sun la I'layeil with at l'eenltar Specie, of Itectle A Sew Gambling De.lce. Stodbnt op Permanent tiik Art. Bus- Slttrtoloii iness Success. Portinont Pomta Couoorni lng tho Construction of tho Bost Advortisov mont. THE ART IN ADVERTISING. it "The reason some men's advcfiislng Can't be umtle to p.ty They don't know what to It ve unTHE P8UTISM. SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH, tlffthfil onCommnriwrtt.tlj, Uki 'rrfclt.UU? Hil Z'ntur.r.i..if, c rftlirf of tha Collftjc, aurl tho Nfrrclnry ni II htm Trrurri nf ttit tUrnrlljr Trutt sunt HAfety IMplotUbW KlK'Otfm.NIt:.) II ifurniraffturcMffal r irnte t(Knt, whniMirlt r tjin4rttii3rf dollurs jac it'itum,hundrrtlaot if filfrinRNCT.. K)itj W the lMMn pro ? biiftln r are llfatrnrllan uA In evpry tntrt-mvfit VtK'Jm. ittbtftiuAl ibr MoHif r Inn. MTIVT AM lIUJIirrtT AWARlN. ' All tb Ort 1 rctJjjm. uolJ t.tid Urnr Mfelaln una iHitlouia4, Ha," ul th Inlrrnnllurml vystctn n( Hi IlJtnBUtlon, llnoh.Kreplnv urd Inwnlcd C'oUrfe. Efead r Itiilnp4 lriiirlmit(tbu rftf pmrtlpul IS iBWAiK w book.kprfttirt Mttrt nrrounuiit, AVAI(I eUutlnr t. m twvrjn. find jm of tvrluul, inun Id fnfcAi trit(fl IIKJllKHT IP lilflXI'.H i:lkONm(). tOM Alilt-rl'hof Hhortbind taught In thlt n1 (bo Illcbwft tiidormrnt In I tie W(Hd ft ttii bead or our Hnorthand l)rrtinpnt ntpm, retortcr). from h author of lnlt TlXlUJIIArilV. ftuirlnfiidmt ItMlttvnr nU TeteTph Mjalem list record 1 from Mfflii II er iirtcllcftl JMcpatehtr. to Optt'rTrunkC'Mtf Trainxprleor, wltb the UrjtMt 1.1dm In America. j:dfred by "H Traht l)lpatcheni, Hapurtntendentx, trlA tfiiUt'j railway and tlrrapb romrnlc, 111 Ohty irlioil In I lie World ownlnc nd eprrailnf n ouiplrt 1 tall way Hyattm for tb Ha jtraduaie tu ttrmtf of t'tili.ghrartlral oneratont. 10 direct 1 a roii txitr-nckiNmvini'AK itrnt'CTio?r in ail dfturtraenu. Nn :Imjm IVork. Vlttli: with any course, re nmanihlp, llititnrM rnfrepondtnre, (Vtmmrrctal Lw, CommtrrUt Arlthmatle and Hjlllnr. milTlrts,-"iwGuaranira rinnn lent Ira. Write for It. jIO"II'. hTi:iV. wlllaar you money. Writ 8TS.000.00 (Juaranlee tbrl our .Nlleffe la an represented, or money 1II.RUAHT KKW ItlTILnlNU. owned, rr cte1 and f aruUhed by m, to meet h rKnjlrem4Dtf our nraetleal iytm of Imtrur-- t nV riirnnrti llet, t.letrl- - LI k tit, Vlrr, r rontllatlon. Tb larrMt and m(at I' Wf eolnped llnalnea Collrse Ilulldlni rnr trat r It you nuiHiMMi their word only, will you the "aame," or a "more will ! . Ii nur9." In " le time." or for " Imi nv,nty," ete., than It takea to complete a of aueh elalmi, Tirw with ui l"hT nit) falr. lllotrale1 Catatojttt frte. ;. t CALUOUN. Principal. Urmm f.eitDcton, KT tll lbt wif llwiri w DAN I 011TAIN A lATFXTt for a pronipt anwer and an b uuiniun. wiiia id niuii oc i .' wbd h if u.iait foarivOhr rein r.oia, Communlca iperteneelnih'-ptlonattrtUjoouiKientUk A llaodboolccf In- lonqauoa concerninx B'Hirnin ana now 10 oo tain ibem tent free. Atao a catalogue of mecban leal and aelentlBa booka wot free Pat Mil lAkan lhmnah Uunn A fVv tewlvM apeetalAot:clntberVlentiaoAtnerlrnnand thoa are brousbt .widely before the publiewlta- ovt onat to tbe inventor, idii iDlebdid dim iMueaweeiir.eKwaniijriiiniiraiHi, oat by latino larrnt nrcnlatioa of anradentioo work In tbe ir. said And don't know what to My." Itxchangc. Whoever would nccewfitriyv fcon-dtiny liueof buslnesa innsttlevote n reasonable part of his care and attention to judicious advertising. It is as necessary to him s hiving a clean stock, goo I loeallon and court cous clerks. The idea'that advertising does not pay. or is not nef essary, has long since been relegated to the byback streets and unfrequented ways, together with the merchants who net on the belief. That it pays, can be determined by an examination of the ways and methods of nny successful business man. It will be invariable found that his success has been gained by a liberal investment in advertising, on the contrary the failure oi many is due to n slowness nnd want of business pusU and vim on their part in other words they sit around and wait for business to grow while the successful competitor creates trade bv ndvitising: Not only does advertising crcotca demand for new things, but it widens the market for new ones It ere. Us interest and makes uumbtrless friends to the merchant. Advertising is mi a t to tell the people whore the right goods are nnd the right services to be lound, nnd if these are not features of a business, it is better policy not to advertise at all. An ad. to be effective must be worked, and set in such a way that the moment the paper is opened, the eye' will be drawn to it, and the attention uct Prom a letter written by Rev. J Mich., Gunderman, of Dlmondale we are permitted to make this extract "I have no hesitation in recommending Dr. King's New as the results were alniost mnrvelous In the case of my wife. While I was pastor of the Baptist Church at River Junction she was brought down with Pneumonia succeeding La Grippe. Terrible paroxysms of coughing would last hour with little intcrtiption and it seemed them. A ns if flit couldjtiot friend recommended Dr. King's Ncu Discovery; It was quick in its worV and highly Sntlsfnctony in results ' Trial bottles free at Wilifams & Delis Drug Store. Regular size 50c and $1.00 Discov-Discover- Itr.ult. 1, ' According 16 tho Now York World, Mexico's jumping bean has had Its (lav. nnd tho "hlnco bujr" Is the fad of the hour. Thd hlngo burr Is longer, brighter, moro nctlvo, more ambitious than any member of tho bcctlo fntnlly " tjia JrOWMt LAWYERS, tzzzzt-z- t H. -- .trft,lrfl,l-a J. N, n. Ulcuii, Wrrtiltne-- , GLENN feWEDblNGf' HARTFORD, K.Y. AB&iLUTrElt nam PURE lawiiwa w. uiu,m jhutbct wra yet discovered. Ho by burying tho carcasses for a lew necks, when tho bones will be found beautifully cleaned by tho worms. They have then to be fixed together by wire. The Great Smith Family. Log Cabin ticket and you vntb for tho maintenance of our currency on nn equality of values. Votk the IJfctrlri Itinera. Klectric Uittcrn is a medlcliiesuite'' for any season, but perhaps more gen erally needed in theSpring, when the languid exhauste feeling prevails, when the liver is torpid and sluggish and the need oi a tonic and alterative is felt. A prompt use ol this medirs cine has often averted long and per-ha- '' fatal bilious fevers No medicine will act more surely in counteracting and freeing (he system ftom the malaria poison. Headache. Indi getion, Constipation, Dizziness yicUl to Electric Ditteis. Only fifty cents per bottle at Williams & Bells Drug Store I.lr-Aclil. One reason why people never pay attention to signs and advertisements daubed on old fences, stables . and bridges is because thev do not know whether they are reading the the ad-- , vertisment of some firm that is still in busimess or one that has been dead for years. When people read advertisements in a newspaper that is they know the advertiser is alive and doing business. Ux. llaUdlnf KdlUootttiontblr. tfiaareax. HtnaM Krery cumber eootaini beau onplea,jACeDt4. tlfal platea, in colore, and pboiorapbe of new inuea. wu piana, voaoiinc ullders 10 ihow the lent dMlansuid aacnre mnlraeta a caress AiUNN 4 CO, New Vohe. atJl Bjmadwat. MOGT IN QUANTITY, , vp. ftai BE8TIN QUALITY wiiiiE's eiisuL - I vitiwiiruu enn on vra JEVEflY 11 . Una lod nil WORM Rnmnrllos.. BOnLE QUARflHTEED BOr.DllV AtTlinCGOISTS. IT. LOnS. . I & ,rsir3HJSfl ' klCHilDIOt BKBICIIICO.. held to it. The argument also must be con vine-- J ing throughout, concise and truthful. Catchy headlines, appropriate cuts, and artistic setting are necessary adjuncts to an effective advertisement but permanent success in business is fouud on the merits of the goods. Ctutomcrs can be gotton for inferior goods, but a permanent business can not be built up with them. While it is true that a great many people think that something can be gotten for nothing, yet it is not good policy to startle sensible people by such delusive announcements as "fire and water" "this day only," etc Theie decei 7e no one and give a btuines man the appearaucc of a cheat. Then again some merchants have the strange belief that people are al 1 wild to read saaisthln? funny, and pay large prices for space to display their wit, forgetting that there are in numerable paper3 devoted to tlte Tae clusive sale of wit an 1 humor best place for a rel witty a I is In some remotcd earner, whsre it can occasionly be found forths delectation of intimate friend-i- , or soms symex- can jump further, he is moro active in many ways than any of his class, and ho can simulato death liko a 'possum, but what is more to the point of this storyj he offers nn opportunity to gamblo on his movements. At maturity tho bug Is about one and a quarter inches long. It has a short thorax and a long abdomen. Tho two cye aro .tlfiy circles of dcop black, surrounded by a whito rlra. Two very prominent whlto rings on tile thorax, a quarter of an Inch behind tho eyes, aro mistaken for tho eyes upon a cursory glance. Like all beetles, this ono seems to bo encased in n shell, which, as a -- matter of fact, Is but a horny covering of tho wings, which at night it unfolds and uses in flying about. It has six legs, liko all beetles, and prominent antennae. It lives on tho smaller insect lifo found on tho barks of living trees and rotten logs by day, and at night when on tho wing devours theso lnferiormembcrs of .ifa species that are out of its class. Everything in living nnturo has its means of defense. The 'possum plays dead. The hlngo bug lies on its back, conceals his six legs and looks like n twig. When danger has passed bo makes a spasmodic movement, and in some way loosens this remarkablo hinge, with tho result' that ho leaps Into tho air a matter of two to twenty inches, turning over in his flight, landing on his six legs, and scampering off, should ho land squarely. If ho should fall again on his back ho "lays dead" for a mo-- 1 mentor two and then makes anoth er vault. Whonin tho recumbent position n slight touch on tho "hlngo'causes him to forgot his proteose of death, nnd ho loops wildly into the air. Arid that in a general nnd unscientific wnv is nil that can besaldabout Smith's former popularity is attested by Goldsmith, Arrowsmlth, Bnismltb, Spearsralth, Neesmlth or lailsmltli, Oucksmlth or Bucket smith, Locksmith nnd many other c impounds. riho there him and hoisted Will practice their profcssfdfi in ah ono of the car windows and started thecourts of Ohio to jump out, which fhe would havo ties, and court of and adjoining; counAppeals, "' Special dono had she not boon caught by attention given collections. Also persons sitting near by. Sho Notary Publio for Ohio county. was asleep all this time. The prevailed all tho time; mostevcry person was on their feet .A.. STnltUT? (OIHce, over Anderwm'e Bauar.l trying tostop the girl, others trying to stop tho train." ' CHEAPNESS OF TELEPHONES. REPUBLICAN DEVICE. jzfji&r - Convincingly Illustrated by the Manager of a Missouri Exchange. The cheapness of thu telephone service has been illustrated convlnc-l- i by the general manager of a Missouri exchange. During the day bo made the operator keep n record for tho complaining subscriber, and at night he knew exactly how many times the telephone had been used. He finds out that it Is cheaper to uso a telephone- than postal cards for. any kind of business. The way he figures out this is to dlvido tho of the telcphono for a year by tb 1 numberof days, which gives tho cost to the subscriber per day. A t':lephono that costs seventy-tw- o dollars n year costs about twenty cunts a day. If tho telephone has been used twenty times In tho day, ea"h.call has cost the subscriber ju.t one cent, or the price of a postal card. The average telephone, however, makes between twelvo and thirteen calls a day, and answers an equal number, which makes the cost to each subscriber whose Instrument is used a. little less than Of 0110 cent for each conversation. course, the number of calls 'on a telephone varies. In somo houses each interview costs two cents or more, whilo thcro aro others that do not pay over two mills or threo mills for each Interview. In many houses it is customary to send all orders to tho butcher and grocer over the telephone, nnd In many other directions tho use of tho Instrument gives promise of wido extension. Already calls, by mutual understanding, aro rando over tho telephone which will soon pay an Important part in many other social functions.' ; - To our Frit nota. We hope. that all who are interested puMf th.-- circulation n helping up to what it f Tjib RprtniUCAM o$hmild be, will do what they canln the way ol recuring subscribers. Call attention to the amount of home news we publish every week, and wrileus short and spicy news items irom your neichborhood, ' uto square. M, L. . llAUTFOItl). KY. ili practice his profession m Orlio and adjoining counties, and court ,of Special nttontiorr'givVn Appeals. collections. Oflicb'cast side of pjJrlii pillI "PF f i Tames titn . Hbavrin. HEAVRIN mm cct ' Inplmi I'.iqlilrei!., That is, you are not asked to inveit any, but will be started in business on the capital of S I Hell Company, Publishers, No.( 2018 Columbia Ave., Philadelphia. 'They' will show you how to make as murh money in a wrckns you would at any of the ordinary occupations in a niuUlh. See their advertisement on another page ii.i No Ktto r n ey s HARTFORD, , i JUmwj )Li&fr KY... SJJtitBY.TAvriTok. .. Ap-pea- Will practice thierjirofeBsion'iii all the Courts 'of Ohio and ' 'adjoining counties, nnd in the Court ot ( ls. Special attention ' giveho collections. Office, next' ddbr"'to Bank of Hartford. - z.t " ' Porry Westerfield, Attorney at'".ljaw. ; Beavek Dam, Kir. .. , - R. R. WEDDINGh Hartford, Ky.! I ' Will nrnntlnn lita nrnf.t!,tnk inVal! i, f - ,1 ". Vote the Republican Uoket straight ' the courts rt Ohio and adjoining cbuntics. Also Notary fill the .toncil in the by placing Ho"C 0(Sco ' t ... 'i'if ! T under iho Lng Cabin. "l '. Attorney' at? Iiaw, .,.. WTu H. BARNES Hartford, . j,, - . practice hisnrofeseion in all courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Anneals. Snec- Lialfattentiongiven to collections; VotMHE Loir Cahin ticket Aifd: jtuiiice nest door belqwj Common ial Hotel. .; Sfi aa. youvoh ffr our Ajfiericarj hofncsy When When When When Baby was tick, wo cave her Caatorla. she was a. Child, alia cried for C&itofU, aha became lUm,aho clung to Caatorla. aha had Children, she gave them Caatorla, -- fffiOEinrLi Ky. . ? WILL ,CN ?m0Kx RTMCK3 SAStt&SSiSh m - " S N !"'' -i ' '"v-lr- " V. V s- 5 - VV SCS?'5 vs-- BEER NICKELS IN NEWARK. An Easy Way of Making Counterfeits Pieces. of "Anybody can mako money like that," said a street car conductor In Newark, N. J., to a passenger on tho rear platform, as be handed him back a bogus nickel. "That's good no It ain't, either. Five-Cent .(American institutions nuu .txiuunvnn progress in all that pertains to a higher and nobler civilization. attorney at Law, K&1JL Jo. B. ROGERS, ? --2- ti?zm?ir.' ;w- --JX zr 1 - su r rfSMf- lcc..t" ' Log-Cabin- Place the X Inside the Square Under the . C.TCtti atwS TricMarki oltlneJ. ami aUpucot kuHncai conducted for MOUKIttTK IVXK ily c&cUln thlmmihte ti. iniiyoftbal'atcntOffiic. Vote the Log Cabin ticket, for it symbolizes tho bulwark of our nationt-a- l equality nnd independence. Until on Hie "V pathetic travelling una, bat under v Sarah Smith stands sorrowful solus; no circumstances should wit- nnd hu she sees splendid sprace surrounding mor be published with the Idea that shady spots; she sees summer shin larermatlontcnt Tree, AH Comraanl reltus ContUcrcd as Htrlctlj tonDdcnlUI. they will create trade. ning; she smells sweet savor; sweet Some merchants make'thclr name songlers singing silver strains sereFRANKLIN H. HOUGH C30 F Hrot WA(HI.Hro.V. 1). O. the most prominent part of their ad. nade Sarah. Still she sighs. Sunveitlsement. Very few men, howev set's soft shades settle silently; still POSITIONS GUARANTEED er buttou hole a man immediately on she sets silently singing. nndrr trs.onsUc couJItlont. Da not My II can Suddently she started. She saw not I done, till ou .cud for free catalogue o( his entrance to their store, and shout thelt name at him, then the names of some strangers strolling silently - DRAUQHON'S PRACTICAL fifty or sixty articles in stock. They southward. (tiifrnctewould, however, first endevor to find "Stonl" she shouted. "Stop she out the customer's wants, failing in shouted. "Stop, stranger; Sarah Nnaltvlllc, Tciiii. ThU College It .tronuly rndorwd by lmnkcrs this they would suggest something Smith says sol" . aoil merclianU. FOUR week, by Uraughon'. methoit of teaching bookkeeping U equal to calling attention to its merits, giving Stately she stood, sternly she TWELVE weeka by Hie old plan Special ad . vantage! In Wisrlhand, r.imiamhlpond him to understand what it is, why it shouted "stopH Cheap board Onn to both Mrxea No Samuel Slocum, successful statesis valuable and why the price is low. vacation. Hitter now. ftallroiil Faro Paid. on HOME STUDY. man, smooth speaker, started saw In the same way if this kind adaptBuohiiund AMD P.sMNlertla Is put into n newspaper cirSarah, seemed surprised, sohloquiz-ingl- y ed to " home atudf." Write fur ''Home Mudy " circular! at oucc. said: culation throughout n community "Stranger; seemingly scarce sweet where such an attlcle or articles will be in demand, It will be an effective sixteen; so sweet, so simple still so iitm4oi ir fYi7yiT7f v!i,i,fir rjir r and paying advertisements. If a rea- singular suspicious! She seems sonable number of these people need strangely sad. Say something sweetwill-pato have er Sarah." v Clie.jiealie, OI1I0 ANoiillilffatcrn It. II. or want the poods, it She stops some ' silent struggTer them advertised. .The best advertisement tell of but says: one thing at a time, and the. briefer it "Sursome stranger seeing sights is, providing the article to be sold Is Shall Sarah Smith shun such? described, the better and Scarcely." AND So strolling, siteutly strangerward, she said: vEitY Tfuna roit omtDitw tue irooior iiereoi "Sarah Smith scorns suspicious Pleasant l'ollota. They're so tiny, to scandals; she seeks sympathy. 6Wfla , to Also from and sully talion, so Seeks see successfully?" easy and natural Cincinnati and Evansvillo, la th Tray tboy Still shone silvery streams slantact no disturbs, ingly southward. Samuel Slocum ance, no Do not purchasea Ticket no reacsat sweetly smiling--Sar- ah Smith tion afterward. North, East, South of Wost JTbay're rruuta of seated suspiciously somewhere. 'nothing but reUntil you have consulted an Agent Sunset's serene splendor suggested fined and conceunJl, tVcuh cr iihuitgraph cf Invention, w.th andiinKBicni toadvanute. clImd. OJTAo rhmv0 i ttitnte fur an opinion at to jMiUntabttltth and mv fee for proscuiini the pplictUon trlff ttoi Ixt catted (br until the jofHl is attoivcd, IKVToasl Guioa," Skftd rfcftcrtpilMi - p wfeje, j ' Telcr-raphy- ffy.SV.KfflS! ofcon-veisati- She fiest Line between Louisville Memphis. ' tho "'ninge utig."" It has no doubt been crawling through the woods of North America siuco tbe woods of North America took on their foliago,.but it wa3 left to an nrtist named Anthony, whoso summer homo Is at Clifton, Staton island, and who knows a great deal about bugs .and other things, to Introduce a few ovenings ago to an assemblage of Richmond county brewers an opportunity to exchango their money through a) game more rapid in its action than "pinochle," livelier than dominoes, and fully as uncertain as "spieling tho dice." In the center of an ordinary round tablo a clrclo is drawn, ono foot In diameter. Around nn outer clrclo as many divisions as there aro players aro drawn, each of which bears Its number. Tho man who owns tho "hinge bug" or any ono who is agreed upon for the purpose, be- -' comes the banker. Tho bcctlo Is turned over on lib back. Either tho banker or tho players In turn, or somo outsldo and disinterested person, Is appointed to touch tho beetle at tho proper spot. A coin of an agreed value is placed by each player on the numbered space before him. Tho center spaco is marked zero. When touched, tbo bug, by n peculiar movement doubles up liko a jackknlfc, then suddenly springs into tho air, and starts off nt an erratic tangent, or cLso goes straight up and lands again within a fuw Inches of whero It started " rom. Should I There's somotblng wrong about it. It's made backward," said tho passenger, studying the coin. "That's just what Is tho matter," said tho conductor. "That's what wo used to call n beer nickel in tho shop where I worked last. Tho boys used to make them noontimes and spend them ono at a timo for lager, Good nickels aro rnado of very hard metal, nnd the boys know It. Thoy got soft German silver blanks just piece, and then the size, of a live-ceniado a sandwich of two nickels and a blank. They'd lay tho three pieces under a drop Dress and irivo them ono bang, or put thorn uuder a screw press and squeeze them hard. Tho result would bo a queer nickel, liko you'vo got thero. The figures on the good nickel would bo squeezed Into tho soft blank. The bogus pieces would pass easily for worn nickels. I'll bot thero aro hundreds of them In circulation In Newark." N. Y. Sun. Hid In thu Umbrella. HARTFORD, trustworthy Soveral WANTED: or ladies to travel in Will practice his profession in ,thi Kentucky for established; reliable courtB df Ohio nnd'adjoiuingcountie. Salary 8750 nnd cxponses. Careful attention given to all business house. Steady position. Enclose reference entrusted to him, .Office in Repubstamped enveloved lican Building. and The Dominion Company.Third Floor, Omaha Bldg., Chicago. lMGt . g. Read the handsome business announcements InTiiRREronucANfrom week to week and give these mer. chants your trade who ask for it. Attorney courtSjOf Ohio and adjoining counties. Careinl attontion wilLbo. 'given tbial . 'r.i i business entrusted to his care. ColKOTICli, I wakt every man and woman In the United lections a specialty. Office with the Itataa lnt.reiUd.ln the Oplnm and Whisky county Attorney. Also Notary Public kablta to have one of my books on these diabases. Address 11. II. VToolley, Atlanta, Ga. Box S82,and one will be sent yon tree. HARTFORD, KY, Will practice his profcssion.in all th at Law, A E3. DE. PsffES-aLl- j, 'Jloiv lo Cure ufTHkln Dlien.ca." (Cbmiy Attorney) Simply apply "S Wayne's Ointment." No internal medicine requir Cures tetter,- - eczema, itch, al ed. eruptions on the face, nose, &c.,leav HARTFORD, KY. ing the skin clear, white and healthy Will practice great healing and curative powers Courts ot Ohio his profession in the Its and adjoining conn-tie- s. are possessed by no other remedy. Special attention given to colyour druggist for Swaynk's Ask lections. Oflico in Courthouse. Ointment. 34, iyr. Attorney ai i&'W, Vote the Log. Gabih ticket and you Vote for liberty of conscience and freedom of speecu. Attorney at Law HARTFORD, attention given to col making abstracts, Ac., aleo Notary Publio for Ohio County. Office North sido of public spure. JNO. B. WILSON, KY. tb. t particular umbrella better than any other and would uso it in splto of him. Ho hid It finally, so securely that ho could not find It himself -i". The young dudo had a pet silk umbrella and he lived on Walnut Hills. Every ono In tho houso liked Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. Some Strango Visiting Cards. Calling in Cor on must bo a very dlfllault performance, if, as a London journal has recently staled, tho ordinary visiting curds thero uro a foot square. The snmo journal goes , ,,, ,' Ull tU OWJ tl.MV t,UO in.U,3 "l 4V14IJW- moy announce their visits to each other by u wdoden board or tho branch of a tiwo nrtistloally carved. This is sent on in advance, nnd the visitor, on taking leave, pockets his card, which probably servo9 htm for many years'. Tho natives of Sumatra also havon Visiting card, consisting of a pleco of wood about il foot long and decorated with a bunch of straw and a knfo. SPECIAL J ofthe 0. 0. & S. W. R. R. I.IUITHO TRAINS, I'UHMAN BUPPKT SLEWBRS, ioDitnNE2u:rnuNT. John Echols, T. n. Lynch, Gen. Pass.Agt'. Gen. Mgr. KY. LOUISVILLE it fall into any ono of tho outer segments, tho man who has backed that particular spaco reune. ceives all tho money on tho board, Should It land on a dividing Hue tho , Antics of a pot is divided between tho two betaro not Dreams and tors. Should it fall back into the in uncommon with tho nvcrago person. center circle, tho banker , rakes ntrated vezetablo supper. Still she sat. Incident illustrating tho all tho coin In sight,; fro pi ten to A peculiar extracts ugarKatd. One of them at a She sought sympathy successfully; la a correctlre, a regulator, a gentle dote according to coursj) such phenomena sometimes (Ky.) larutlvo. the supper seemed superfluous. agreement, boiug set dsido for tho pursue is told by girl Greenup When you too', "a touch of bUIouincea" or about twelvo "A Indlaeittun, take one of theso little l'tllota. Some six Sundays succeeding she purchase of drinks, or" "tho use of Gnzetto: accommoda- The go tight to tbe anot. signed some sketches, "Sarah Smith tho house," ns In thci case of the yours old, while on the They- - absolutely and permanently cure near Riploy, fell asloop anil , Blck Constipation, Hour Btomacb, l)liilna, "kitty" in poker. Boston Globe. Slocum." . Itlon her littlo brother had fallen or BUloui Headaches, and every derangepin. ment cf the liver, stomach, and bowbla. She sprang up, off tho train. Skeletons of Strut: Animals. Almost neyer docs Dr. Bago'e Catarrh caught hold of him whero ho was Vote tho Log Cabin ticket and Remedy' fall to cure the very wont caaea Tho most sailsfuotory way to oblying asleep and started dragging of cbronlo Catarrh. You can Judge of the you voto for work aud.wagcs for tlio chanoceof It from the makers' oil'ur. They'll tain tho skeletons pf sjhnU uulmalsls him down the. nlsln of .! coach, .willing and worthy laborers. I I unpleaa-antneeSleap-Valker. sloep-wnlklntwcnty-flvopcrcout- ., - 11' tii wtillo hunting up an old coat ho wanted to do somo extra garden work for his mother. He remembered just whero It was and tho other day he took It out because ho was going to Hartwell to spend Sunday. He jumped into tho car besido a sweet young lady with whom he was very proud to bo seen. They alighted at the corner of Fourth ami Walnut streets and while waiting to put her on a Covington car ho raised tho umbrella to protect her from the sun. Thero was then a smothered shriek or two Threo littlo and a commotion. wriggling Utby mlco had fallen out on tho young lady's hat and dress. They rolled into the gutter and a handy pup gobbled them up. Tho young dude's spirits wero at tho stage all tho rest of the day. Cincinnati Trib- I ' ,.' ,,,. DENTIST IIARTI'ORD, KENTUCKY.. Is prepared to do any and vall kinds of Dental Operations, Prices most Office over' Williams & reasonable, Bull's Drug Store. Vitalized air or laughing air administered for painless extraction of - HHi -- - - tho Log Cabin ticket and invite your neighbor to go with yoa and do likewise. Vote teeth. .,- ,., , of this disease. I visited Hot Springs and was treated by tho oest medical men, but was not benefited. When all things had T ft B Ati I to As U 1 1 RA try S.S.S. .and in four B IB U Ills monihswas entirely cured. The terribls eczema ' was cone, not a slim of It left. Mv general health built up. and I have never had any return of the disease, From earl? child hood until grown my family j spent a fortune i trying to cure me J Inn' ft I , ed8.SJ.and have narer (known a 1 nave 01 ton raeommand- - CHILDHOOD (allurotornre. IHO. Y. 11,1111,. sss jiyh rsrtui'icto,. jrniu,. (iever runs 10 cure, even when all other remedlea have. t)nr rA.ti.aoubiaoiiana , kin dlaease mailed J reo to any address, I Aiuou. , Now York World. edition ofthe The Twicei New York Wotld has been converted It furnishes iuto the Thrice-a-wee3 papers of 6 pages aplece'or eighteen pages every week, at (he old price of One Dollar n year". This gives' 156 paper a year for One Dollarnnd every paper has 6 pages eight columns wide or 48 columhs in all. The Thtice-a-wee- k Worldisuot only much larger than any weekly or newspaper, but it furnishes the news witu 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. k. semi-week-l- y V u v,. ipmranfce it In every cose. t made arrangements,, to Whild and Tun Rkvubucan for only $i,f5 per year. Subscribe at oncei ' Yours, TIIR KIU'UDI.ICAN. We have send the Thrlcc-Utwee- WtMmmommw ,j''"iii !riHwiyii'. $ f"y' V .' iff Vote early. Tolls closo at 4 o'clock. 011 WIDE OPEN! Bahnbtt stands squarely Republican platform. tlio REPUBLICAN DEVICE. A THUIViNQ INDDSTJtY. It Turns Out Itoody-Mnd- e Liter- ary Produotlons. WAR TO THE KNIFE PRlBES LOWER THAN EVER few sample prices below, and all we ask is for you to call on us before you buy else- where,and convince yourself that we mean what we say. Hon. A, E. Willmn will speak at Owcnsboro Damheiioku, Bloom & Co., ono oi tlio largest wholesale business bouses io Louisvillo, niado an assignment last Saturday, "Original' Einji FurnUhed to Colles SluilenU rrmobrra Need No Loncer Wrlto Their Own Senaons-N- or Hpeeckee. StaUimea Their We hayo no time nor space to quote all our immense stock, but wo will give you a Vote for Riogo and you vote to retain tho Hlato Board of Equalization, wbicb is iifclcps and has cost our people thousands of dollars. . will bo no Eagle ou the ballot this year, so you must stamp under tho Log Cabin in order to veto tho There Republican ticket. IS" :i i Last Tuesday Dr. A. D. James, nominee for State Senator, Cabin. and Mr. J, M. Rothwell, of Garard joint combat the Also It is estimated that ono million doN county, met in the presence of atlarge Court House in a law is wasted every year by tho The Democratic and crowd. Mr. Walker was made chair of wieldcre oi tho party lash are making women of Chicago on big sleeves. man of the meeting and kept time for see very wry iaceaat Mr. Athcrton, the Of a truth, economy is a lost art. do the speakers. editor of tho Louisville Poet, Gen. Dr. James led oflfiu a speech of one er extent perhaps In England than Goods iMn. Miller is not in the race to Cassius M. Clay, Jr., and others, hour in which he madeaconscrvative here. It may doubtless bo objected defeat Ringo. Miller was nominated Republican speech, and showed that theso transactions Involve more these gentlemen preler to act rtp before Riugo's party would take the mismanagement of the Democratic or less of fraud. Yet at a matter ot Gloves, Un- lrom principle and do not propose to him, and it seems Ringo is running to Cloaks, foot aro they not reducing to a simparty in the State and paid n high ple commercial basin a practice that fall down and worship Hardin. Mr. Barnett is going compliment to the Republican candidefeat Miller. is very general? Men obtain infor-- I By reason of a new arrangement of right along making friends every dates for State offices, urging Repubnation whero they can and use It as the train service between Cincinnati day. licans to stand by their ticket. At they wish. And why not? Is It and Louisville the Cincinnati daily the cloje of his speech he paid some not theirs when they get It? Tho Democraot ia in a bad fix when man who Is clever enough to utlllro Is the most complete and lowest priced in the county. We append a few papers reach points of tho C, O. & they send such a man as Rothwell out attention to bis own candidacy. Sir. the knowledge which others possess Rothwell followed in a spceah of one S. W., the Texas and the L. & N. convincing prices: He is a disgrace hour and fifteen minutes. His main .but do not understand how to turn and others with the Louisvillo papers. to make speeches. Baby shoes, button, made 0! leather to account should not bo condemned 25c to the State, a disgraco to tho Com- object was to dodge the-- Issue and cry This gives the big dailies oi the for as a brain borrower, no Is simply Misses shoes as low as ...-...- . 50c mittee which brought him here, and negro domination and to vlllify Col. using material that would otherwlso mer city a great advantage. Ladies' good button shoes as low as $1.00 has brought a disgraco upon the fair Bradley. His whole speech consisted be valueless. Vast stores of min. Ladles' good kid button shoes 1.25 of nothing but personal abuse, which Hon. Scott Morrison it seems a name of Ohio county. eral wealth may bo beneath tho soil, Heavy oil grain button shoes 1.35 ' 1 disgusted every man who Its owner unconscious ot Its existlittle early in announcing his candiMen's congress and lace shoes 1.25 Rothwell said in his speech Tues- heard him. Dr. James made a few ence. A e prospector dacy for Circuit Judge in this disBoys' boots, only 75c day that there were only about three remarks at the close ot his speech, comes along, detects the presence trict, Mr. Morrison is a good lawof the riches below tho surface, and, yer and would mako a competent hundred white Republicans in Ohio but was interrupted by Mr. Rothwell. obtaining possession, proceeds to county. Who is too blame --for his Dr James has no Democratic oppoNo can Judge, but we would havo him un- ignorance? Is it tho Democratic nent for Senator, and as develop It. Who deserves the most the District credit derstand that Ohio county has good the man who originally timber for the judgeship in the per- Committee? Ii so, they should have is about 1,500 Republican he is sure owned the mine and failed to uncover condemnation stamped ol election. under-bu- y, 'Its treasures, or tho one who unson of our own E. D Gully, and as the seal of sealed the hidden veins and thus II. , Illnso'a 1'rohlbiliou Itrronl. Daviess county has held this place upon their brow. under-se- ll, money-dow- n From the great stir that Mr. Rlngo helped to Increase tho resources ot a for several years, we call a halt and ' notion?" Ttiat man Rothwell is a disgrace so ask that Ohio county be given a to Democracy. His flagrant a huso of makes about prohibition, we would Knowledge, like wealth, serves no think that he claimed no right on his show. Come Col. Bradley and other members of own part to imbibe from ttis flowing useful purposo unless put Into native effort for tho common good. It Is choice. It is amusing now to seo the Jer-a- d the Republican party disgusted every bowl. He must have forgotten the hotter for ministers to prcpara their Democrat and many are time, during a protracted meeting in own sermons, for statesmen to comasking the Populists to forsake loud in their denunciation of the conHartford, when the christian spirit pose their own speeches and for their man Miller and vote for Ringo, temptible renegado who is sent out to was being deeply moved, Uiat Rev. pupils to wrho thtfr own essays. when it has only been two years since things about the Repub- Rinehadt, who was engaged in the But sometimes It Is a distinct public Ringo, in his paper, the Herald, hurl- say certain meeting and who boarded at the same gain to havo the work done by those lican candidates, which ara false. ed all kinds oi abuse upon that party, of readier minds, bouse, went into Sir. Ringo'a room and especially did he make it a perThe trial of Holmes for the murder for some purpose, when lot and beHousehold Hints. sonal matter, by assailing Mr. Pirtle of Benjamin Pietzel, September 2, hold, there were Mr. Kingo and Mr. Tho best way to keep yourchll-dre- n with all kinds of mean things, such as 1894, was begun Monday at PhilaJ. B. Wllsorilndulglng in Bachana'-liafrom being spoiled Is to let "Old Motsback Pirtle," "Old Hay delphia under most remarkable cirrevelry. And they acted so imyour neighbors bring them up. Less seed Piitle." Now, it looks cheeky cumstances. Just at the time of go- prudently as to offer the Divine a partiality is shown, and It Is a Proprietor Big Cash Store, e for Ringo to be asking those faot that children always ing to trial his lawyers were discharg- drink, who immediately left the room jsl-s- t. behave best when away trom home. men to support him. Will tbey do ed, two other lawyers chosen by tho in disgust. Russtft-leatbe- r polish Is cot good it? No. Liquor has the same eflect whether court were refused by him, still anfloors. The best plan for hard-wooNo sensible man is afraid of negro refused the appointement of the it be drunken from a jug in the clos- yet devised tor polishing oak stair The Jlerold "fluked" on the que- other domination in Kentucky. It is the et or from the bxr of a saloon. court and Holmes proceeded to conrails. Is to take six healthy boys, ia afraid stion propounded by The Republicwho HJBLI8IIED EVERY FRIDAY MOROTHQ cry of the demagogue clad In corduroy-o- r chamois, and lot ItrcciTed Ilia Itewartl. to answer a duct his own case. an and flatly refused of his own record. A and honest editor them alldb" down the bannisters an AST. A. AlCDEBJIOir. -- Proprietor. number of them at all and either Mn. Barnett has tried to conduct who died of starvation was being es- hour a day. .. B. KOOEUS.... .. JO. Editor. cried "nigger," "nig dodged the otbeis or made wilfully Roth well Midnight suppers might add much the campaign upon tho issues of the corted to heaven by an angel who had to the immediate amiability of your Subscription, $1.25 por yoar. ger throughout his speech. Hon. misleading answers. Speaking of day and to avoid stooping to the per- been sent for tbai.purpose. husband, but In the long run they Cassius M. Clay, Jr., a leading Dcm whether the Herald indorses Col. sonalities and mud clinging resorted "May I look at the other place be Friday, November i, 1895. are not desirable, since they will ul ocrat of tho State, says the cry is Powers for appointing the big negro to by Mr Riugo's organ, the Herald. fore we ascend to cterndl happiness?" tlmately destroy his digestion, and contemptible. to a fat office in the Custom House, Mr. Barnctt's record on the whisky asKea me eaiior. In giving them to him to keep him the Herald says: "Of course the Her"Yes," said the angel. for tho present you question, as well as on all others, is TucNew York World estimates ald indorses tbfc, because janitor is a open for inspection. So tbey went below and skirmished are merely deferring the Irritation Ho has always Governor, that in the last iwenty.five years the negro's place." Janitor is negro's to a lator period. Harper's Bazar. a around, taking in the sights. voted against whisky at every opporCOL. WM. O. BRADLEY. amount of wealth which lias gono to place, is it? Then the JJeraU means The angel lost sight bf the editor tunity and has accorded to every othMaking Bargains. of Garrard county foreigners by their marriage to Amerto say that the white persons who are er citizen the right to cast his ballet and went around hades to hunt him ican heiresses reaches the astonishing "Everything marlced down to the Lieutenant Governor, acting anywhere in the capacity of according to his best judgment. up. He found him by a big furnace Bumoi81Gl, 153,000. lowest possible point?" said the WM. J.WORTHINGTON, janitor are filling a "negro'a place." Mr. Barnett a higbtoned gentleman tanning himself and gazing with rap merchant, Inquiringly. is of Greenup county. In order to shun one horn of a dilem- and is above the personalities with ture upon a.lot of people in the fire, j' Some weeks ago the papers contain"Everything," replied the olerk. There was a sign upon the furnace "I put the tl.OO silks at 1.25, and It which tho columns of the ed an announcement that a wild man ma the Herald chooses a worse. Auditor, Hald which read, "Delinquent Subscribe everything else In proportion." SAM H. STONE, was loose inGarrard county and that he further falsely says that President are crowded. err." "At $1,251" exclaimed tho meroi Madison county. was doing and laying all manner of Cleveland never invited Fred Dougchant. "Aro you crazy?" "Get a move on you," said the anThe Democratic Committe has has only lately turned las to dine with him and then adds crazytbicgs. It "Why, no, sir. You told me to Secretary oi State, gel, "we must go." out that this unknown wild man is insult to insults by accusing President turned loose upon the voters of Ohio CHARLES FINLEY, "You go on," ald the editor. "I mark them down for a genuine barnone other than J. Mort Rothwell, Harrison of making the invitation. county one J. Mort Rothwell, a polils am not going. This is heaven enough gain salo." oi Whitley county. "Of courso I did; but do you think now in tho county making Democrat- It attempts to dodge the connection of ical backbiter, an irresponsible slant forme." Ex. Treasurer, a woman can ever sto a bargain In President Cleveland with the New derer, an unscrupulous falsifier, who ic speeches. GEORGE W. LONG, i Hv. even monoy? Mako them either York law. While Governor of New is hired to say all manner of mean, Willie Nlilllh l'oji. Awn j m M. $1.21 or 11.20 at once." Chicago TiiEUeraJdis repeating its tactics York Grover Cleveland signed the base and vituperative things about of Grayson county. Willie Smith, a negro waiter at the Post. p oi last year and is trying to bill which abolished separate schools Col Bradley. It is doubtless true Rudd house, shot thtee times at John Attorney General, Marriage of College Women. .the Populists. The Herald, with for white and colored children in that tho Democratic Committee un- Shawler Sunday evening, on Elm JUDGE W. S. TAYLOR, Mr. Ringo as Editor, has always, save New York. The Herald dares not der Mr. Norman could find no other street, between Main and Cherry, but Tho college woman marries later of Butler county. just before election times, been the make frank and open answers put by speaker in the State so devoid oi good' proved a bad marksman says the In Ufa than her uneducated sister. Supt. oi Fublio Inrstruction. The most rapid lnorease in the rate, bitterest and most relentless opposcr The Republican. taste and He was aras to make the Owensboro Messenger. in the figures given for collego W. J. DAVIDSON, tho Populists and the slanderer of oi speech Rothwell makes. Ele is a po- rested by Marshal Wethington before women, Is between the ages of of Pulaski county. their candidates. It now comes with TO PENSION EX'CONPED-E- R litical scavenger of tho lowest order, any blood was shed. twenty-fiv- e and thirty, showing po or giace to beg for Populists votes. Rigister of the Land Office, Three months ago Shawler became marrlago most frequent atthlBpe 4.TES. a hired dispenser of campaign lies angry at Forrest Hatfield, his lady rlod; whllo for women In general tt CHARLES 0. REYNOLDS, A dispatch in the Louisvillo Pcut and villainy. The Jlerold some time ago clipped of Oct. 28, from Ilairodsburg, Ky., Is most frequent between twenty love, because she received the attenof Fayette county. l'oiHillMNitrnkliiji, Tho census shows tho "fake" story of tho "Manchester says: tions of another man, and slapped and twenty-flvo- . fifCommissioner of Agriculture, Hon. Thos. Pettit. Populist candl-dat- e her. He was arrested, Episode" ircm the CottrteWotirnal, but dug out 0.7 per cent, of all girls botween sol"A meeting of for Governor, will address the teen and twenty married an ago at LUCAS MOORE, of the lockup and escaped the saute but the exposure published in The diers to the number of eighty was which virtually no college women citizens of Marion county. Republican immediately alter ward held in this city Saturday afternoon, Monday, of Ohio county at Hartford, night. Last week he returned and ever marry. Century. November 4, at one o'clock. implored his darling to forgive him Railroad Commissioner 1st Dist. put a quietus upon the aflair. Yet, at which was present representatives Come und hear this giant of reform, from Mercer, Boyle, Woodford, AnCoal's Heat Value, JERRY R. PORTER, the JJirald, comes out this week with derson andjessaminecounties. Strong F.W.PiRTLR.Ch'm'u O Q.P.P.C. and let him love her again. She received him tenderly, but did not tell The Important fact has over and of Hickman county. what purports to be a statement from speeches were made lavoring petitionYou Legislature grant pen- Weeklycan still get The New' York him she had taken up Willie Smith, over again been stated by thest oneninkle, in which tho iormer ing the nextdisabled sions to nil Conlederates, as for only Trlbuue and The Rkpudlican who was very good to her, paying who have Investigated ths subject For State Senator, $1 as in advance. falsehoods are rehashed. is now being done by many Southern her house rent, etc. Sunday John with scientific exactness that only DR. A. D. JAMES. States. It was a representative gathwent to Forrest's home and asked her about 0 or 8 per cent, ofthoUtal A few years ago Democratic pa ering, such men as the Rev. J. G. Now's the Time For Representative from Ohio County heat value of coal Is utilized in an to take a walk with him. She conHunter, the J. R. Deerlng, Dr. J. O. pers and speakers declared it imposC. M. BARNETT. The scriptures say there is a engine by heating transformed Into sented and they started, but Smith Debman, Dr. D.M.Tbompson.Messrs. sible fer tin to bo manufactured in power. In tracing up this loss It Is time for everything. A time to For Coroner, J. F. Witherson, E. W. Lyon and G. met them at the gate and informed stated that there are require stme the United States. weep, a time to sing, a time to TheMcKinley If. Handy being ptcsent. The last L. W. HUNT. he was going to wreak ven ( 1,203 degrees of heat, or beat units bill gave a measure of protection in three are wealthy larmers, and in his play, a time to dance, and a time John that -- : gencc on him for interfering with his not degrees of temperature te Mr. Witherson asserted that to PAY. Did you ever think of ,1'ublle ftptaklnr. order to encourage its manufacture remarks affairs and began shooting. Shawler, chang one pound ot water Into no gallant Federal would oppose so C. M. Barnett, B.D. Rlngo, and J, here. this? Iu other words, what do Plants at once ipiuug up deserving a measure. The meeting who was drinking and had his nerve steam, whllo during the absorption P. Miller, candidates for Representayou think about that subscripover tLo ccuntiy and the indus adjourned to meet again to meet in with him, straitened up and told of this amount of heat tha tempertive of Ohio county, will speak at the try thus ettablithed has been enabled this place on the first Monday in De tion account you have been owing Smith he would rather die by Forrest ature of ths water remains at 212 cember, and every county in the times and places mentioned below. to withstand the attack of the lot these many years? degrees. ThU immense amount of than anywhere else, and Smith con State will be urged to send a repreMr. W. M. Likens, also candidate, steam Is rendered latent and does Tariff, to that there sentative. Powerful influence will be Somo People T?y ik tluued shooting until his pistol was not sensibly affect ths Is invited and expected to be present thermometer. was last year a gain in tho American brought to bear on the next General Well I am going to pay it off.but empty. He then said that Is ShawBctentlflo authorities explain ths at each place and a fair division ot product oi 64,000,000 pounds. So Assembly to pass the bill, stop and think "we cannot run" ler would stand there long enough he causs of this loss In the steam time will be made: mucn for Democratic prophecy. This will be quite a surpriso to a on aucli "promises." It takes would kill him Marshal Wething snjjlne as due to tha faot that the Ileflln, Friday, Nov. 1. Voter, ttmember it is the tamo party money. Your account may be ton was notified and arrested Smith 090 degrees absorbed by water la will begin at 1 o'clock p. that now predicts nigger domination great many people, but such a dei Speaking small, but beveral of them added before he could carry out his threat. being transferred Into steam.-21- 2 wand is by no means impossible. m except at Deanfield, McIIenry in case oi Republican victory in Kenand Taylor Miues, at which places it tucky, together amounts to something. Mr. Witherson, however, will doubtExposure to cold, damp winds, degrees are apparent upon a therwill begin at 7 o'clock p. m. which, added to 890, less find beforQ such a proposition is How About Your ssm may result iu pneumonia unless the mometer, and . E. D. Guffy, system Is kept invigorated with make up the 1,202 degrees above made a Kentucky law that he Is yery Rep. Co. Com. Ch'in'n Account? Look at the label on Hood's Sarsapurilla. mentioned go Into the englni G, B. Likens, badly mistaken says by the thermometer, leavs your paperand get you a pencil and m tm Ooort H BOH Inllje.ajTeaTT ttu Gou Dm H "gallant Federalwhen beopposo"that no I Dtm, Co, Com. Cb'm'n Bolder M would such Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Hocker have la the same manner and go to waste. H paper, figure it up, and send or W. FlttTLE. P. I r-- ff , Y. Bun. returned from Fordsvjlle. a measure, bring us the money. Ch'm'n Top, Co. Com. Asi? to see oar pitais and (Jlothing. We will be glad to show you through nice line of Dress our stock. Orepons,Henriettas, Satteens, consisting well to Serges, Silks, etc. You will our before purchasing elsewhere. Fine line of Men's Overcoats, Ladies' Fascinators, Hosiery, derwear, etc. The Chairman ol the Democratic Campaign Committco has given up all hopes of electing Bingo, as the We can sell you a nice dressy Man's Suit from $8 to $12 that no mer- Populists will not loreako Miller for chant tailor can duplicate tor less than f 18 to $25. We quote, showing how him. prices run: $3- to $o.oo The people have becomo so accusMen's Suits . . . r 3.35 to 5 00 Youth's Suits tomed to tho Jfirald't unreliable and 75C to a. 50 Boys' and Children's Suits irresponsible statements just before elections that its continuous issues oi slime and mud and filth and political offscourings and tricks will havo no other cflcct than to disgust decent Goods, men oi all parties. pap-hunt- ers CTLOTiEZiaiTGi-- . Place the X Inside the Square Under the LogCabln. Remember, Republicans, that tho polls closo at 4 o'clock. Vote early. Lookout for a Jferald extra full oi campaign lies between this and Tues day. JAMES AND ROTHWELL Moot in Joint Dobatoattbo Court Houso. Vote the Republican ticket by stamping your ballot under the Log business should bo broken up If It Is possible to do so, as It Interferes seriously with tho work of tlio colleges and schools. But thero s nnothcr Important feature ot tho industry which might bo permitted to continue. That is the supplying of speeches to statesmen whoso constituents might bo anxious to hear from them. Theso statesmen aro compelled to offer nt least one speech during every session of congress which they havo tho good fortune to attend In an official capacity, and It Is vastly better Hint they should havo speeches written for them than attempt to write their own. Tho business of furnishing ready-mad- e sermons to clergymen disin clined to wrlto their own nud willing to pay for others' productions has long been carried on, and to a great- part of tho The postal authorities havo been asked to break up an Industry which has started In tho city of Washington, says tho Troy Tlmos, but after Investigating tlio mutter tlioy have been forced to acknowledge tholr helplessness. Tho now Industry Is no morn nor less than the business ot furnishing literary produotlons to thoso In need. The firm In chargo will for n inonoy consideration provide orlglual essays, orutlons, cto., for school and oollcge s tuden ts. This Mr. Im X. JIvnold BoonerlUe, Ky, That Tired Feeling ( plaint and (ui ixwu iveuun. a wm com pieieiy worn out nau raiu eoarceij waur, halt mil and It itemed as though lit was a burden at the (e ot It. I did not cars aboot UTlnf, when a trlrad Induced Ma to Try Hood's fknajnuflla. It has benefited ma neatly and IluTe not been without It ifnee. I And It to be a wonderful blood punter aid I can y to all who antler from ooanlatnta brought about by Irujmre blood, ft they want to be cured take flood's BaruparlUa. Yon caa oonilder ma a Ufa long trland to Hood's Banaparllla. whloh I recommend at eyerr opportunity." Mas. .Loot E. JlaTXOlJM, UoontTlue, Kentuoky. Hood's Pills cure all Liter nil, Dniouaaeit, Couupaflim, Sick Headache, InaijmUoa. S3. Dlrilnese, Pain In th Book, Liver Otmplalnt All Cured by Hood's. "I cannot sty too ranch la prats ot Z Haod's Barsaparllla. iru aubjeo to pains In ray back, dlislnees, lire eotn. Hood's? ANTED Cures w SALESMEN Our Assortment of Fine Shoes We want ono or two GOOD MENln each county (0 take orders fornUHOICE lino or NURHEUY STOCK or SEED POTATOES. Stock nnd Sped guaranteed. We give you rteady employment with GOOD pay. It wlllcost ycu nothing to glvoita trial. Statu when writing which you prefer toscll. AddreM, to No. 0 0-- IIWKfl NUItSERY CO,. Rochester, N Y. I wlde-awnk- Feel I Badly S e. 5 prudent man,economical woman help trading with us after comparing our stock with other stores. Our policy wins every time. It has been m the past and cannot fail to win in the future. early and Today? aiimcuM ! I Brown's I Iron I Bitters S IT 9 rurwnjla j,.v,..:.., Ncu raids. JJ a- we ask Ibis repeatedly, became 9 rrrinui dnea.es often follow trifling H If jrofl ere week S im gcnrrallr ex- - S limited, nnvtnt, X have no appetite 5 nd cuit work, S M(Ib at once Uk- - M lacthemou from get first BgsHighest market prices paid for Country Produce. fair-mind- dote. com.e lr Fwvery tm S tbt S relit- ble ttrtngthenlnr m medicine, which U Z Brown'e Iron Bll- - IT S fg Yours for Bargains, Kidney and Liver 2 Troubles, 5 Constitution. Imnura Blood. Malaria, Nervous ailments 2 Women's complaints. 5 Cct only the genuine It hit crossed red Hoes on the wrapper. J CURES S J. B. FOSTER - n 5 BROffN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE. UO. S BjBeaxrtiB9aiieKsjixsKK T S KC.AJFlT,JF,OIl33, - - self-sam- Hartford Republican - d hard-worki- ng I Republican Ticket. good-nature- d tor a complete coune In Other department ot tha Columbian Builnen Collect, raid SJO.O0, ts lbs psrson tending us the best rlf Ids) cop? or detlen, alio 1x4 banes, for a nanipapar adrer- cement for our aebool, before aauary taL, 189& Ws teach suilaeii without text books. Attual builneti from itarl to. faith. Superior Instruction In Baokkaeplor.Vanraansbtp, Ilusl-- a us Law, Uanklnr;, Corrapon-dance- r Grammar, Shorthand and Type.wrltlnj, Telegraphy sad railroad office practice. Viva osperl Instructors. Enter any tine. Graduates assisted to positions. Catalogue free. Any cas frees IS to CO jeer old way aonpsU. Write at oneo to IsslrearA VTIIion, Proprietors. TkJW lUIn St. ETansTlllo, Ind. IK lrs a scholarship good TUITION $5D. will JL J : 1 i 1 aUSjv J MiTT'7TWWxftniImt gaVsAU v, I cm Mt aSftjHfliJ REDUCED rrsajvtMJtnuuwuwUWU WTItNTJ TREATED BV MAIL roa fuenaiuiu caii Ion ADDaruwmiel&r&mj UW.nSNYUER HAS soft-soa- Young men or young women aspiring to any vocation in life should always remember that the bottom rounds of the ladder of time are filled to overflowing, but there's always room at the top. That's where Dr, Dell's Anti-Flfor colic, cholera and diarrhoea stands. It's sold at 25c and 50c on a guarantee by. Z. Wayne ux Griffin & Dro. self-respe- - as the Populist candidate to represent Ohio county in the Lower House and am asking the suffrage of every honest producer of wealth. If elected, I pledge myself to work for the best interest of Ohio county, nnd look ifter and guaid your lnteiests to the best of my ability. I promise also, that my vote for United States Senator shall go to that candidate whom I think will best subserve the great majority of Kentucktans on the currency question, viz : The enactment of a law for the free and unlimited coinage of both gold and silver at the present legal ratio ot 16 to 1. Noone will appreciate your vote more than uyself. Resu'y, J. P. Miller. TO THE To tho Voters ot Ohio County Fellow Citizens: I ara before you . "' Have you an article, patontod or uot, that you wish to get manufactured? If so, wrlto us regarding same. Wo mako a specialty of PRAOTI-OALLDEVELOPING INVEN TIONS, doing all kind of DIE work, and raanufaturlug under contract. If ynu havo a partially developed invent tlon, wo can bo of great sorvlco to you in pelecting it, We are practical inventors and manufacturers of over Iwenty.five years experience and fully abreast with tho times. Send for explanatory circulars. Cincinnati Specialty Mfg. Co., tf No. 72 W. Third St., CINCINNATI, OHIO, Y INVENTOR. S '"M M asaS a jwi .... A -- T ifl 'WWps(PWW ?',' IH r7 "- W J"t 9 :i W9KT OUR NEXT PRESIDENT 1 Mr. John Daniel. Owensboro, is Read Tim rtnrvnucAM. visiting his brother, Louis, near Ola Vote the Log Cabin ticket straight. ton, who is quite sick. 5c a hank at the Cash Born to the wile of Prol. 0 M .Store Shultz last Thursday night, Ogul. Fhiemilllncry at Pair Bros. & Mother and child doing tvel J3l , So's. Have your printing done WUM14U1 UIUVW Is hid behind the veil ot political The firm of ob-scurit-. at Tilij - J M IIUIIV RMSVior worn, nverymingnew anu siy are Our subscription list is still on tl increase, but wc atwoys like to h new names. Are you taking Til RitrunucAN? If not call in and subscribe. wn Jo's Blgjlnt rubber shoes at Pair Bros. Fair Bros. & Co., however, is not bothered by any political drapory; and politics may come and politics may go, but we sell on iurevcr. We havo again replenished our stock in all lines and are now prepared to offer to our patrons getter bargains than ever. Read below the rare bargains in store for you: BOOTS AND SHOES. Men's good boots . . CoWou Bulllngton lor a good, easy nave at the Cash BuyrS? .Srtfe. Dr. Biers, Olaton, is in town this week. I'roErniiiiiin Of Rosltte Teacher's Meeting to meet at Mt. rieasant, Saturday, Nov. ai, l8fl5. Devotional Kxerclscs J, N Likens, 10 to 10115 Welcome W. O. Stewart, 10.15 to 1030 Reading Circle Work U. C, Barnett, teacher, lesson first, three chapters, 10:30 to la. Noon, D. H. Old Fashion School-rooGodsey, 1 to 1:30. Recitation Emn in a LHes, 1 130 to 1 145. How to teach beginners Arithmetic Claud Chick, . P Taylor, L. M. R. R. Wedding, Illtiest Awarded Honors World' Fair. WS AHS KOW IN OOIJ' DR' Ad-dre- si NEW I QUARTERS ' CREAM BAKING POWDER b. "w. SanderfurnndJ. P. Patk,i:45toa 30. gome phases of the philosophy of ed- u a o " 150 best " ' medium fine boots 50 " 325 I 50 Ladles best grain button shoes -- " " " $i 1 . . . . 35 75 worthfi 75 " a as Warranted not to rip Ladles glove grain button shoes $1 35 worth $1 50. Ladles fine Dongola kid tip shocfr as worth $ 1 50. Children's coarse shoes 50, 65, 75. 9 Ladies coarse shoes . . . 90c to Jt as $1 35 Old ladles lace shoes Children's button shoes 75c to as to Wo guarantee to save any larmer money that will come to us for this line, STAPLE ARTICLES. Bfd blanlrets Bed comlorts 75 Wv White linsey Colored linsey Good flannel Good Water proof cheap I I 75c 25c 30C 15 and 20c 50c At 75c i Good cotton flanuel5.7i8f1:o,iafc 5C Cale arn per hank 3$c Catejtans 10 and ujjc Good cotton ?eans 10c Good cheviots 8fc worth aoc Turkey ted table linen aoc Table oil clotli ... .... f No h use in the county caii sell you these goods cheaper than us. We positively can save you ey. t mon- r DRBSSGOO.Dd & CLOAKS. 35c tor 36In all wool serge worth 40C' " 90c soln 65c aoc " 36m hcnrtitta, all rluJes . as 65c " 40m liiUttU 'jlui.k goods, 65c for plaid wooleus,very very stylish. stylish (Dr Waists wool finUh satines . . . 3aln Tiimraings, such as Jet, Silks, Velvets, Buttons to match our entire iac line. JACKETS AND CLOAKS. The style in cloaks will be shot t, while capes going to be very popular. Our entire line will be in Saturday. Can furnish capes, for $1 50 to $10 og, Cloaks, $1 50 to $15 00. Visit us lor the latest. mamammmaammafammmaamammmmmmmamammmmamm aoc Ladlas ribbed vest 25c Misses corsets . 15c Belt buckles Belting . . . , 35c 5C Side combs . . locdor Shell hair pins New stampede linens New zelphry yarns, New saxony yarns, New kid gloves, all leading shades (I New handkerchiefs . . . . 5c to 35c New large buttons. New embroideries 5c to asc 15c Misses yarn mittens 35c Ladles yarn mittens Ladles crochet woolen skirts . . $1 as Ladles woolen skirts ft 00 5 Ladles black hose 10c Ladles fleeced hose Ladies best black fleecedboseao to 40c Men's home knit box . . . ao to 25c . ao to asc Men's cashmere sox Feather boa, very stylish . . 1 1 00 LITTLE THINGS. ... & Is i Our stock contains many other bargains cannot We which mention here. These eroods havo been bought for the Cash and will be sold at low cash prices. We solicit your patron-- 1 ago and will do all in our power to ob- tain it. MIR BROS. JUrlford Semple" & CO of jTaShions. MOST PERFECT MADE. A v irs Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free Misses Annie .Villiaras, Alberta RecitaBertha Felix, 3:30 to roi Ammonia, Alum or any outer aauiitrant. Greer and Addle Thomson, who are to-40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. tion Annie Hatler attending Hartford College, spei 9 A varietVof dress goods at the Herald please copy. Saturday and Sunday week at M iSS Pn.1i QLrt Belle Whlttlnghill, Lom- Addle'a home in Horton. J R. CJarnagin, Mr. A. A. Brown, Beaver Dam, is Water is very scarce in Hartford at in town. fimnrt Millinery. Cain, ot the present. Reports comeirom diflcrcnt It is difficult to say in whatlies the M.lie 7.Church,the new pastorappoint-me-- 1 Men andJldys Overcoats at Pair filled his first E. parts ot the county that the wells are special eccentricity of ttie season, but s. here Sunday. all dry and stock suffering for water. Broi comparison of many models seems to 1'i-W, G. Finley, who preached Gotojhe-Cas- h Rough River is very low. Store tor noor anu show that crowns are older and more us nvcral elegant sermons last" week, varied in shapes than ever before. Prof. Lee B. Mills, of the Pleasant, coats at Pair Many large, soft crowns are seen, returned to his home in Morgantown Ridge High School, will speak nVflie & Co8. which arc pinched and pulled into Monday. Greer School house, District No . Dr. James B. Foster died at his any form that chance may sugon Friday night, November ist.CKV' GentlsfflCirbet your gloves at Fos- gest; then there are pointed, round, hot.ie here very suddenly on last Frierybody invited. "'sCash Store. day night. Rev. Finley preached cupsbaped, and small, flaring-toppeTreat your family right by taking Dr. James speaks at McIIenry to- - crowns, and every period, of the last his funeral Sunday afternoon and the your favorite county paper, Tin' morrow night. century seems to have contributed rei.nins were interred in the Beaver Dnm Cemetery. Mr. Jas. Foster Barand The Thricesa-Wee- k Mr. C. S. Morton, Louisville, was something to the variety. New York World, ao8 papers 11,440 All materials arc, used In every pos- ber, his nephew from Maysville, in town yesterday. Ued the funeral. columns of good reading for only association. Round hats of sible RuhberTcanvass and leather leg- - chenille or Mr. B. P. Gray is in Louisville. in advance. $1.65 braid come Mr. Henry B. Carson, wife and 3 at Fair Dms. & Co's. in every color to match suits, and There is more joy in a printing of Ladies union suits underwear at are very handsome; they are of many sister, Miss Lula, and Mr. Amos Carfice over one sinner who navs iid or I shapes to suit every face, and trimmed son spent Sunday in town. in advance and abuses the editor orvHir Bros. & Co's. Miss Lula Walker spent Saturday rich Persian ribevery occasion, than over ninety and Remember E. L. Bulllngton is the with velvet and the bons which blend charmingly with an J Sunday at her home near Hartnine who borrow the paper and sing best barber in the State. green, blue, or brown, and give the ford. its praises without contributing one Miss Magaret Clark has a class in Remember that Field & Holbrook needed note of color with black. cent to keep it out of the poor house. bus will meet all day trains. Evening and dress bonnets are a glit- music at Rockport and McIIenry. Ex. She makes regular trips weekly. Go to Echols Monday night and tering mass of spangles, bullion emMr. P. M. Forterjlving a few miles Miss Ella McBeath, Leitchficld, is broidery, and Jewels, and the broad East of town,lost his house and con- hear Senator Taylor speak. pre- with her class twice a week. effects of the Dutch bonnet still Lowest'pftces on domestics shirting vail, produced, however, in many ectents by fire last Thursday night. Mr. John Kuykendoll and children family had all retired and were caJWoat Fair Bros. & Co's. The From "Hats for All visited relatives here Sunday. ways. centric not awakened until the fire was under, Mrs. E, R. Ray is no better. Remember Senator Taylor speaks Occasions," in Demorest's Magazine such headway that it was Impossible at Ehols next Monday night Missses Teenie Hays and Belle for November. to stop it The loss was about f 1,500 Howcrton, Rochester, were in town but buy VpifoTwh you please, with f8oo insurance. Wednesday. Cry vtfur goods at Fair Bros. & Co's. Mrs. Baltzell has returned from a Mrs. Jas. A. Baird died at her home, ''I Tim Republican will give you the two weeks visit in the country with near town last Friday morning, after her daughter, Mrs. Lon Black. Report an illness of several months. The complete election returns next week. Miss Virgie Hockerand little Maud Dam School, Disremains were interred in the Beda H. L. Bulllngton is prepared to Of South Beaver burying1 grounds Friday afternoon in give you a quick, easy and close trict No. no, for the month ending Taylor have been quite sick this week. Blanton Coleman 99, Misses Addie Thompson and Jessie October 18: the presence ol a large circle ol sor shave. Maud Maddox 97, Lulie Wells 96, Smith were in town Tuesday afterMrs. rowing friends and relatives. What's the matter with you pays Calvin Hockar 95, Harry Theines 95, noon. Baird leaves two small children, the ing that subscription account this Albert Theines 95, Jessie Maddox 93, Mrs. Collins, Hattford; Mrs. Amyoungest being only a few days old. week? Nora Thienes 93, Fred Hocker 91, brose and daughter, Myrtie, country, Patronize the man who advertises. 'a dollars worth of shoe Mertie Maddox 90, Ida Harmon 89, sp nt Sunday with the lamily of Mr. Don't You do not visit your neighbors unFair Bros. & Katie Harmon 83, Tassie Oglesby 83, H. S. Metcalf. leatbrfuutil less asked to, anddo not attend a par Dr. Alex Hunt, Huntsville, visited Mattie Miles 83, Ora Maddox 81, line. 's ty or wedding without an invitati Nanuie Stevens 80, Anhin Dexter 80, his son, Mr. H. D. Hunt, this week. Mr. E. L. Herring, who has been then why should you intrude on fae Mrs. P. E. Hocker, South CarrolN Elbert Oglesby 77, toatuie Stevens 77, privacy of a storekeeper without an quite sick for several days, is improv- Andie Dexter 75, George Austin 73, ton, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Sam But of the live business ing slowly. invitation? Sowders. Ollie Taylor 70, Llllie Austin 68, Elman who not only invites you to Mrs. C. M. Taylor has typhoid feFords-villlis Smith 68, Minnie Maddox 65, Hob Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Tabor, come and see him ever- day.but eduare the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Taylor 60, Morbra Austin 57, Maud ver. cates and keeps you posted on what Austip 55, Fannie Austin 55, Nannie Mrs. II. S Metcalf spent part of ' D. M Hocker. is popular in his line ol goods Austin 53, Otha Dexter 53, Claud the week In the country with her There will be a grand Republican Austin This grade is based on daughter, Mrs. Ellis Taylor, jas Mr. Unless you are directly interested 53. night. T&: .or has been quite sick. to rally at Cromwell the recitations and attendance. In the matter, don't ask the editor Everybody should go. Little John Stevens has been quite Bessie Maddox, Teacher tell you what Is the exact circulation s.cit for the past week. of his paper. Sometimes the editor Trade with 4CASH BUYERS and Col. S. R. Dent is in town. don't know himsell how many sub- CASH SELLERS Fair Bros. & Co St. Clair Walker, of Fordsville, is Mrs. J. P. McKenneyis improving. scribers he has, and then tnat is a are these kinof people. in the city. He rented a cottage I'r. Fred Taylor and wife spent matter that belongs to the circulation from A. X. Kincheloe and will reTiik Republican and The Cosmo-polita- n move his family here. Hardlnsburg M. uday night in the country at Mr. man. The truthful editor is some for Magazine, both one year Chapman's. Leader. times so modest that he don't like to advance. Misses Nettieand May Rogers spent tell you how many papets he issues only $2.35 in for lear that you will doubt his stateNEW ENTERPRISE OF WOMEN. Saturday and Sunday at home. Photographer Taylor will make picDie band is still progressing. ment. tures in Hartford every Monday and Selling Family Supplies on tha In. They, with the assisance of a few tf Right ol way "aas been secured for in McHonry on Tuesdary's. lUIImant Plan. young ladies, will present a play in a the new electric road lrom Hartford Thero are many ways of earning Mr. R. J. Barnett, who has been a living In this big city, says tho short time. Programmes will be out to Willi mis Mines villi two exceptvisiting his mother.s family returned Phlladjlphla Recoitf. Not very long before hand, so don't fail to see this ions, r.nd Ian light or way has been to his home in Tennessee Wednesday e woman hit drama, with Mr. Felix Monroe at the ago soroo secured over the switch of the C, O. Attyk. upon a now idea which proved so head. Born to the wife ot Mr. Hardin W. R. R. from Williams Mines & S. successful that not less than a dozen to the main track. That almost in- Baird, Kinderhook. Sunday night, a others havo followed her lead and sures direct connection with the rail- boy. Mother and child doing well. Urarral Kherldnn'a Widow. are making wages far in excess of Mrs. Sheridan Is still a young woroad. Now, that the Locks and Dr. A. D. James will address the the best paid female workers In the man, writes V. Stuart Mosby ColeDams are about completed Hartford is citizens of McHenry and vicinity toordinary branches of business. man from Washington, D. Cf in Noon the road to prosperity aud connecThese women make o'clok. Everybody morrow night at 7 canvasses in different sections of the vember Ladies' Home Journal. She tion with the outside world. go and hear him. city, chiefly among the houses of the is slender, almost girlish in figure, The rale of Two Cities in last Remember you can still get Tub medium poorer classes, and sell or- and dresses with exquisite taste in of v.etk'8 issue published, by order ders for goods on a half dozen or Republican and The Louisville court, the names of the delinquent Weekly Commercial for only $1.35 moro of the large retail dry goods dark colors. She is graceful and willowy, rnd carries her dainty head poll tax payers of Lyon county. and general furnishing houses. They per year, in advance. charge a commission on the orders, with an air of aristocratic ease. Her There were onlyp4.That is certainly a and, as an inducement, their patrons dark hair waves slightly into a bc Dr. Wayland Alexander and Supt. good showing for a county that has coming bang, her eyes are brown and had such a large railroad tax as has Z. H Shultz will speak at Alexander pay for the goods on installments. Tho women havo agreed with the bright while the contour of her face burdened these people. School house Friday night, Nov. 1st for sometime houses on which they sell orders for is a delicate oval. In manner she is All friends of education invited. Perhaps the idea of publishing th goods for a certain commission on simple and kindly, her birth and names to the world had something to Do unto others as you would have tho sales, and their orders are held breeding showing plainly in the ease do with causing thepiymentof same. as good as cash and honored as such. with which she meets all of her so them to do unto you. Pay your subAs a matter of economy it pays the They And ready customers among advance and scription and one year in county to have the list published. the large class of people to whom It cial duties and the tact of her cordial take The Louisville Commercial. Is a convonlenco or advantage to bearing. Mrs. Sheridan is rather re Dr, Jas. B. Foster, n former resimake such purchases In installments. tiring, and is devoted to her home Had you ever thought of the dent of Hartford, died at Beaver Dam Tho customers gladly pay the com- and children. She orders the con last Priday cvenlug at 6 o'clock of amount of good reading you would mission charged liLexcbange for the duct of her household, even to the neuralgia of the heart. He had been get if you took Tub Republican and installment privilege, and the busi- details, and personally superintends in feeble health for some time, but The Semi-Weeness firms profit In tho Increased the studies of her son, who bears the diverted to their stores. name of his illustrious father, of seemed to be better up until about a Senator C S. Taylor will andiess business repelved by o'clock on Friday when he was taken whom he is a speaking likeness. Monday night, Thodoublo commission the citizens ot Echols the women amounts to a handsome worse. Medical aid was immediately EveryShe finds time, also, to induldge her November 4. at 7 o'clock profit on every sale. summoned, but the cold hand of body who wants to hear a good speech They assumo the risk, of course, tastes tor music and painting, for death had laid hold and it wa soon should go to hear him. ot defaults in the payments ot their fancy needlework, and for the seen he was past all earthly aid. His of charities. Until within a but It is very rare that home customers, Mrs. B. I. Hicks died at her quiet and peaceful life had attached they aro subject to losses of ibis year or two Mrs. Sheridan has enterHe leaves a in Owensboro last Saturday night ai.d kind. Since engaging in the busi- tained rarely, except in the way of many friends to blm Dr Foster was wps buried near Beda Monday. Mrs devoted companion ness they havo developed a regular sraall dinner-paitle- s and informal about 85 years of age. He was a con- Hicks was allowed a pensoin this trade, and by the exercise ot judg evenings for friends. . ment In soliciting new customers stant attendant at "church. His fu- week, but it came alter her death. The Sheridan children are a bright reduce tho risk of loss to a minneral was preached by Rev, W. J. ai d interesting group. There are Field & Holbrook imum. Remember that Flnley, alter which'the remains were and they also Women aro peculiarly adapted for four of them: Mary the eldest, who laid to rest in the Beaver Dam Ceme meets all day trains, this business. They deal altogether w a presented to society last winter; first class Livery Stable, keep a tery. DonU hitch your horse outside in the with customers ot their own sex, t. v twins, Irene and Louis of whom More Telephone l.tuea. work during their own time, and th General was so proud who will cold bnt put him in their stable. The Cumberland Telephone compaaro their own bossos. It is not unlikeic ike their social debut during the ny has decided to build a line from A severe earthquake shock was ly that the Idea may be enlarged p sent season, and Phil, Jr., who here to Dean field, and JI sufficient en- felt here on yesterday morning at upon in timo to corao by business Ir nearing his fourteenth birthday. houses willing to adopt such methcouragement Is met the line will be The girls are just such daughters as S'aoino information has been received ods to increase their trade. extended to Fordsvl He. Thematerial as to the results elsewhere. Houses night be expected of such a mother; is on the ground and work on the ex- were shaken here as though they well-N- t g peasant, affable, Town a. tension ot the telephone line from would fall but no damage was done. 'icated, sweet and simple; full of g Birmingham is the greatest ' Pettit to Llvermore will be commentown In tha world, and it I' and spirit. In young Phil great Mr. Jo A. Barnett, ol No Creek, ced next week. There will be keeps in steady employment on ! ves nte centred. He goes toschool Lewis and LI via. Messrs. and Miss Sudle M. Andetson, ot ! s. Washington, but fchen he is old average ot seven thousand were married at the resiHume and Caldwell, of the company, Paris comes in a good enough his mother will have him dence of Mr. J. L, Anderson, Owenswill next week vlst South Carrollton, second, twit to West, Point. A Central City and Greenville to see I boro, last Sunday morning, Rev. trustworthy Several this line may not be profitably extend- Dugan officiating. Miss Anderson WANTED: or ladies to travel in Fiscal Court convened Tuesday with ed to those places also. Metallic had gone to Owensboro on a visit, Kentucky for eitabliibed, reliable his Honor Judge Tno. P. Morton on circuit lines will be put In on all these and it was a surprise to her friends to home. Salary $750 and expenses. Owensboro Messenger, routes hear of the wedding. They returned Steady position. Enclose reference the bench and the following- MagisA. S. Aull, J, from OwensboroSundayevening, and and selladdresBcd stamped envelovcd trates In attendance: will go to keeping house at the The Dominion Company .Third Floor, A, Boling, C. L. Woodward, Jont B, IHOt Wilson and B. F. Graves. Orasba Ullg., Chicago. , groom's home on No Creek. ucationMr. Crenshaw, of to 3. sec us Corner 3rd and St. Ann Streets (near court house) where we will be pleased to show you tho largest, finest and lowest price stock of FURNITURE in tho State. We can-d- o you good. Come and capparT See Pair.Jfc os. & Co's cloaks and Recess. Value Thought, paper THE MARTIN & SMITH s:M:rx:E3:, i BEAVER DAM Proprietor. ici:o EUGENE- GASSEP THE - C02iTCEr,E!C,T,I03iTElES Keeps constantly on hand a full stock of Ii d fresh Bread, ,olls everything usually in And fact plrsi-l&- ss gi., (onfeefionary. Q&ies, found in a at-t- er 121 Main Stroot, Owonsboro. 'HOT SHOTS," BY SAM JONES. Yoa Iaagh and dry tohen yoa read Pns real boo I for Children Pitcher's Castorla. OVER 300 PAGES, Superbly illustrated and bound in the most elegant English cloth. DOLLARS FOR WORKERS. This grand book is now out and will only be sold by Agents. A WONDERFUL OFFER. Any responsible man or woman sending us only ONE dollar will receive by return mail POSTPAID a completeAgent's outfit, consisting of a full and complete copy of this noble book. ORDER NOW And get your territory or some one else will be ahead of you, and to.mis9 selling' this book means the loss of a big salary for the next year. We pay the very best commissions. Order ADDRESS y, I SOUTHWESTERN PUB. HOUSE, No. " 208 N. College St. - - NASHVILLE, TENN., e, 8-- wide-awak- In Memory. While all nature was , wrapped in repose the angel of death visited our community and took from our midst Mrs. Jas. A. Baird early last Friday morning. While loving friends stood around her she gently fell asleep to wake no more until the resurrection morn. Although she had been a sufferer for a long time, her death was a shock. All that human hands could do was done, but all in vain, for the grim monster, death, had laid his icy fingers on her gentle brow and she was his. She was a kind and loving wife, a good and gentle mother and was ever ready to lead a helping hand. She leaves an aged mother and father, a husband and two chll dren and three, brothers, besides a host of friends to mouru her loss. When she was told that death was near she exclaimed: "All is well, I am prepared to meet God and am willing." Her life was short but She professed faith in well spent. Christ several years ago and has ever since lived a christian life. Funeral services were conducted Friday evening nt 3 o'clock at Beulah Church by Rev. G.J. Bean, after which her remains were laid to rest I in the Beulah bury grounds. A Rrport Of the Rosine School District No. 30!' Marion Haven 88, Nannie Hatler 97 Harrison Peach 8i, Carlos Campbell,' 87, Joseph Allen 90, Joseph Hatler 86, Leslie Wedding 95, OscarCrowder 87, Birch Thomas 94, Joseph Camp-- j bell 87, Ben London 93, Mack Rag land 87, Mamie Crowder 91, Sadie' Crowder9i, Bettie Ragland 86, 87, Minie Crowder 96, IraRagland 89, Lydia Dierce 91, Charlie Crowder 93. Ethel Crane 93, Martin Crowder83,MlnieTohnson Frank Crohn 93, Neuton Johnson 93, George Watts 85, Luther London 89,, Mlnle Pierce 85, John Ragland93, Alice Stewart 78, Booth Crowder Katie Campbell 80, Annie Hatler Thomas 85, Mary Campbell 97, Byron'Wedding' 90, Olander Rains 93. Katie Pierce 85, 9, i- - 9,. a Primary Dbpaktmeh. Myrtle Allen 95, Cleveland Hatler Dora Allen 97, Lily HolUfield ico Bertha Flatt 97, Clara Johnson 89, ( Ida Hatler g4, Nancy Stewart 95, Mary Schroder 97, William McDaniel? 96, Ella Schroder 93, Birt Johnson 95, Maud Hurt 99, Mary Hall 6a, Tillord Reymer 81, Melvina SpinkB 94, Owen Hurt 81, Gertie McDanlel ,86, Fred Hurt 98, Beulah Myers 95, Bernice McDaniel 89, Sadie Hunt 93, Jesse Crowder 85, Gordon Campbell 94, Alary uies 90, ujaine Johnson 90, Earl HolUfield 93, David Johnson 75, Edgar HolUfield 99,. Fountain Peach 73, Harvey Flatt 88, Ollie Derry 68, Lee Jones 90, Guy Myers 70, James Jones 91, Rosa London 98, Matilda Reymer 95, Annie Allen 98, Bettie McDaniel 60, Myrtle Kuykendall 80, Mary Stewart 90, Floria Ragland 90, Meda Jones 7o,John Awtry 85, Robt. Schroder 93, Maud Hall 70, Artie Wedding 94, Leonard Hall 80, Ella Hall 90, Rowe Hall 80, Mary McDaniel 90, Edna Hall 95, Flora Sinclair 90, Tom Crohn 98, Mattie Haven 85, Charlie London 85, Lily LHes 90 Lea-H- e Moris 80, Ficlden Moris 80, Tommy Clarke 80, Ruth Atchlnson 85, Mortz House 90, Aubrey House 93, 94 house-to-hou- Friund. I The World's Fair Tests showed no baking powder so pure or so great to Icav tnlng power as tho Royal. Tub Bust Salvb in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfacuion or motey refunded. Price as cents per box. FOR SALE BY Williams & Bell. Bucklon'B Arnica Salvo. tf kly Globe-Democra- de-mi- Cnlemltr Free. A Piny-ten- t The Publishers ot The Youth's Companion are sending free to the anhcnrlfora tn the n.inrr. a handsome e Calendar, 7 x 10 in., lltho- graphed in nine colors. It is made up ot four charming pictures, each pleasing in design, under each of which are the monthly calenders for the year 1896. The retail price of this Calender is 50 cents. New subscribers to The Youth's Companion will receive this beautiful Calender free and besides, The Youth's Companion free every week until January 1, 1896. Also the Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's double numbers free, and the Companion fiftystwo weeks, a full year to Jan uary 1, 1897. Address, The Youth's Companion, 195 Columbia Avenue, Boston, four-pag- John crowder 70, Jackson Allen 75. R. C. Jarnaoin, Prim. Annus Laurib Allen, Ass't. Subscribe for Tub Rbpubujah and keep up with everything that, 1. rrnltlrr nil tn t1if ""5""; u"l "" " " , 51 pnimfr. , IllicnmntUtu have been severely afflicted , with. rheumatism so that I could scarcely go about. I have taken three bottleo1 ot Hood's Saraparilla and am almost entirely we5fT I reccommend Hood'd' Sarsaparilla very highly." W. M.Wooz.DniDOB, Kendall, Ky, J. Cured! - 'r "I -- Hood's Pills arc especially prepared to be taken with Hood's Sarsaparilla. Dratt-Makln- brass-makin- 1 k, brass-worker- . . - Children Cryftr Pitcher's Castorl Jamc3 WhUnomb Riley has comAnyone finding a bracelet with the pleted a new series of poems In which word "Laura" woven on it, will please leave same at this office. It he varies the treatment of each one to such an extent that tbey are slid to tf was lust during Fair week. show the Hoosler poet's versatility or Noilce-rHair, to a remarkable degree. He has TayPoland China pigs for sale by given the series to The Ladies' Home lor Bros., Point Pleasant, Ky. m m Journal, in which the first la about' to Capt. Jerry Tilford is one of the be published. A. B. Frost has been most popular and careful conductors engaged by the magailne to Illustrate who ever pulled a bell cord. He has the poems. been on this road for three years and has not even smashed a 1 intern, He is right In line ol promotion and The Tho U. S. Qov't abow Royal Baking Powdtt Leader hopes he will be General ManHardlnsburg Leader. ager, superior to mil otkw. ia-3- t, tout ... l lt Report J$4. . i m Miw yilffOIT Eywini V"M RJPW w "Vfjj'?" 3 7 i 7 in tluToiapplng of hands for PARTY DEVICE tho pages around llio speaker's chair, the member, by pushing an clcotrlo j,FrIDAY, NoVttMWR I, 1695. button on his own chair, can call tho RoprosontsSontimonts upon wiiloh,Party Claims aro pago to him by means ot an index REPUBLICAN DEVICE. which attracts his attention. Tho Basod. n HBMMwMsaHaMBMMawWMna object of tho invention is mainly, howovor, to roduco expenses by de- Tho Log Cabin; aSwoot Memcreasing tho number of attendants orial of tho Childhood usually required for tho convenience Days of tho Ropubllo. of guests nt hotels. Whero now a to tho wants of three waiter attends The four political parties now offerfor Infants and Children. or four guests, It Is claimed that ho ing themselves as candidates for your can by tho new 'nppllnnco wait on suffrage, have chosen devices that twelve or fifteen. yonre observation of Cnatorln with tho pntrnnimo of very fittingly represent the sentimillion of penom, permit n io epeak of It wlthnnt unmalne;. THE HEART OF A KINO. ments upon which they base their It l nnqnentlonaply tho linit remedy for Infant nnd Children Placo tho X lnsldo tho Squaro French Royallttt Venerate This Relic claims for exlstance and support. of Louli XVII. tho world ha nror hnown. It U liitrmlen. Children like It. It Let us briefly examine these devices Log Cabin. Undor tho Publicity has been given to n sin- and try to learn a lesson in pictorial given them, health. It will thoh live. In It Mother hftva gular ceremony which took plnco re- politics. The Populist have chosen the Log Cabin ticket. enmethlng Trhloh 1 nTitolatoly oiw niu', prnqjloHlly ptrfcot i a Vote in the cently nt the "Hammer and the Plow," to inohild'e medicine. Vote early for tho polls cloeo at 4 oourse of which a reliquary was dicate the fact that they stand ideti handed to Count Urbatn dc Malllo, CantoHa deitroye T7ona. o'clock. representing the Duo de Madrid, by titied with those who earn their livCaatorln, allays Feverlilinen. ing by the use of those implements. M. Edounrd Drumont, In the presSOME NEGRO INVENT0R& CtatoHa, prevent vomiting Song CnrJ. ence of a group of legltlmls notabili- They claim to be opposed to class legties and a notary. This reliquary, islation, and yet their patty emblem, Caatorla enre Diarrhea and Wind Colic Patonta That Havo Boon Taken says tho London Telegraph, consist- as well as their political arguments, Caatorla relieve Teething Tronule. Out by Colored Mon. ed of a crystal oviform vaso, opening show them to Invor n class legislation Caatorla onre ConatlpoUon nnd Datnle noy. In the mlddlo and surmounted by a that benefit the workmen nnd the Oaljr On. Mow 1887 Thr TV flour do lis in copper gilt In It was Caatorla nentrnllte tho effect of carlinr.lo aeld (? or peltonnn lr. Frlorto farmeM, to the utter disregard oi evTher Ar Many Th JJt of suspended a dried human heart, and Caitorla doe not contain morphine, oplnm,or other nareotlo property. Them Aro on Elhlbitlon at tho bottom of the vessel were ery other class oi our citizens. I Atlanta. Caitorla almllate tho food, repnlate the tomaeh and towel, The Prohibition partv his chosen 'some pieces of broken crystal. Tbo giving healthy and natnral leep. heart, If certain documents and tra- the "Phccnix," a fabulous bird, Several years ago a southern ditions aro to bo accepted, was that which mythology pictures as g o liottle only. It I not old In Tinllt. Caitorla It pnt up In paper In ono of its periodical at. of Louis XVII., and tho proceedings from its own ashes This atty nny one to ell yon anything olio on tho plea or promlio Pon't allow tacks on tho colored pooplo ot the opened with the reading of an autoUnited States made a statement to graph letter from Don Carlos, in claiming thus to he indestructible that It "jnat a good" and "will nwer every purpoe." the effect that tho colored man had which tho writer thnnked Mr. Dru- That under the severest itsecutton Sae that yon yet no mechanical ingenuity, nnd offered mont for the homage which he had they will come lorth renewed in A as a proof of it that on tho records paid to this precious rolio of tho royal strengtn and determination fa on every Tho ot the patent offlco thero wero no martyr, which he, wrapper. eJgnaturo of tho prince, ac beautilul sentiment rtprtentttive of colored inventors. The newspaper-articlcepted in order that it might bo de the spirit oi martyrdom mid determin-atian- ; having been called to the atposited in the chapel of tho castlo but rather political than practention of tho commissioner of of Frohsdorf. Castor-la-, Children Cry for tical just LOW patents, says tho Now York Sun, nn As in such a matter everything The DMii"cr tic pirty has chocn, isacHaasKsaraaEKHssssBMutoj investigation was mudo of the files depends upon the genuineness of the perhaps, the most fitting emblem. Many colored of tho patent offlco. 'relic, tho solemn declaration of tbo men had obtained patents, but it jdonor was" regarded as a pious proof The device most characteristic oi its was a, difficult matter to traco them, ot its royal origin. Ho affirmed, real self. Little else than vain piidc for there was nothing to go by but 'raising his hand as Frenchmen do In and instuctive noie s the Roos' u t.u.r .1 il Wit-' ort it W'mwi jou H.r .itkr.cn aid it 2 !.. the names of tho Inventors and tho 'a court of law, that tho heart was ter crows at dnwn because his s uti Iiim end lb- ietv. r . ' n't- - arid rirr, an JWr prw n'i i.t1i tt. V6 u.ui I'ftT. ' t '.n i t ink irut.. iW all nut fthipprf atanil tUr recollection of the different exindid the same, so the Demo .certainly tho ono which ho had rAlioer, lk'j.i.9, Sfcdt, l'.itatoe, Vui. Hujr, Gr.'m ve auvtliloif m T Veal, Ulitn. ! aminers of patents before whom the herited from his mother, and that it cratic patty of .roAtlcn ctUMtrfKUV furnUhcd. Quotatloua in!' J rri;vl.Ir ti i'ijm wtia uave to tuip is the mere cop recant U, auu li iii iuUauo.4 uu.Jcou the MrifMt coiuritftiit.ni l Inventors had appeared in prosecutcarao Into her possession from tbo HERNDON-CARTE- R CO., ing their claims. A systcmatio Ibands ot M. Gabriel Pcllotan, who In yists of an age that is past, and par. . LOUISVILLE. KY. ticipants in a, false pride that asks no 013,315.317 4310 MURHELLCOURT. was made at that ihis turn had search, however, e treasured it for reason, and loudly boasts of hit the time, and has been mado again years, be having rediscovered world recently at the instance of ca.i see is hut a viin illusion. It at tho archbishropio and recog"Stead is the Staff of Iiife," George Washington Mur The Republican part) ha cho n nized it as tho one which his father ray, of boutb Carolina, to the end 'had Intrusted to Mgr. do Quelan. emblem ol modesty, ot the that a list has been made which comDr. Pcllctan had, It appeared from domestic joy and a sweet memorial of prises most of tho moro important documentary evidence, mado so bold the childhood days ot the Republic invcntlonsby colored men sinco 16G7. as to abstract the heart of the young It tells the story ol protection of the Prior to 1667, It appears, but ono king when he conducted a humble industries of the country, invention had been patented by a examination of his body upon which has helped to transform the The Purest, Strongest and Best. .colored man. This was a patent his death In tho Tour do Temple, by humble cabin into the modern com'gridiron by Joseph Hawkins. Sinco, .order of tbo comito de surete SFAlevsReliaKa, 11867, however, and moro particularly fortable home, and stands as an exCAN. ONLY 25c PER-POUN- D The doctor preserved tho 'within tho last fifteen years, many heart as an object of adoration and ample as what may still be done by by Stevens & Rial. Hattford. Ky. For sale patents havo been granted to colored veneration, and on tho return of tho the party whose ability to control the imen, soma of which havo proved Bourbons endeavored to restore it to nation has been too thoroughly dem Ivaluable and aro in general use in royal keeping. Circumstances, how- onstrated to need futher proof. some parts of tho United States. 1 ever, wero against him; but immeA vote ior the Republican party is Mr. Murray has had this list of diately beforo his death, in 1823, ho a vote for the log cabin ol the present mado as comploto as possisupplicated by letter Mgr. de Queble, and a description of, tho best lan, then archbishop ot Paris, to as well as of the past, a tribute not only to memory but to real worth. known of tho inventions,' together receivo tho treasure, in order that iwith a number of models, has been It might bq handed to the royal Kentucky Outlook. sent to the Atlanta exposition with family. When the children drink bad water the other colored people's exhibits. Then camo the revolution of 1830, The patent offlco detailed a special and with it tho sack of tho palace. and eat too much green fruit, or have the stomachache or diarrhoea lrom agent for tho especial duty of having The vase was broken in the court- anycause, you be alarmed these models presonted in tho proper yard by one Lescroat, who was igno- about them. II needn't get a -you will or way, and the collection consists of rant of its value, and he carried 50c bottle of Dr. Bell's Anti-Flu- 25c x models f the most away merely tho papers which wero they will be at play in half hour after Somebody will get this magnificent present FREE and everybody about twenty-fivremarkable and most useful ot Inwho makes a purchase of $3 or over will have a chance to get it, the the first dose. Z. Wayne Griffin & found with the vessel; but, subseBro. ventions by colored men. drawing to be held January 1, 1896, before a committee of Owens-boro'- s n quently, by his aid, M. Gabriel The II. II. Reynolds ventilator In recovered the fragments of the representative citizens, at the Vote the Log Cabin ticket and tho Pullman cars is perhaps the In- shattered vase, which still boro the vention most widely used of those number seventeen and the stars you vote to maintain every dollar exhibited at Atlanta. Reynolds was mentioned in the receipt which had equal in purchasing power to ev- LOUISVILLE a porter on one ot tho Pullman cars. been given by tbo archbishop. Fur- ery other dollar. Opening and shutting the windows, ther search rovcaled in n heap of as he did so often for his passengers, eand the royal heart, which rotained Grade cards at The Republican he devised a screen which would the odor ot the spirits of wine in Office. keep tho cinders out. Pullman which it had been for so long pre,beard of it and Reynolds was sent served. Good Old Granny Metcalf, 86 years ,for. He explained his invention to old, living at 618 Monroe street, A complete line of Beb Room, Kitchen, Parlor, Office, Dining Room Italy's Grand Old Man. ithe car magnate, and the lntervlow Ky., says that IJr. Bell's Pine and School Furnitute with Prices lower than ever belore. We can sell Francesco Crispl, who is now in Tar Honey is the best grip cure, (resulted shortly afterward In tho which will adoption of thla ventilator on all the his seventy-Qttyear, oven in looks, cough, lung and bronchial remedy you a bed room set for $10 50, or a sideboard for the same price, These, however, arc just that has been offered to the people make you feel good every time you look at it. (Pullman cars. Reynolds claimed is anything but an old mnn. Enertho invention, but the Pullmans did getic, restless by temperament, ho during her life. Guaranteed by. Z. samples of our unequaled bargains.of which we have an immense house full. The finest line of parlor suits, Floor and Swinging Rackets, Desks and not recognize tho claim. Ho got out leads a wonderfully active life, sel- Wayne Griffin & Bro. ot the service ot tho Pullmans, sued dom leaving the Italian capital, even COURTEOUS and LinHRAL TREAT-MENOwensboro. Oun subscription list is increasing Book cases ever in when tho heat of tho Roman summer them, and got a verdict for ten thouGoods. FAIR and HONEST Dealing, STYMSH and People are just beginsand dollars. drives every one elso to tbo seaside or every day. The VERY LOWEST Prices. Republican's Granvlllo T. Woods, a oolored man the mountains. Crispl works all tho ning to appreciate The in the employ of an electric company time, sleeps little, cats less, and bold and out ppoken principles. does not drink or smoke. Instead of in Cincinnati, recently transferred What AilvcrlUhitr I. his patents on somo electrical appli- indulging In copious libations of Advertising draws from its exhaust-les- s o beer, like Prlnco Bismarck, or oven ances to tho American Bell B. S. resources rich and remunerative company of Boston for ten of his native wine, Crispl drinks thousand dollars. W. A. Lavalette nothing stronger than mlllc, ot revenues. It is the "open sesame" pwmi iMiniPiengWKi mmmimBMmz Invented somo printing press appli- which he consumes about three to trade, like that word of command jCoaisville which served as a talisman to unlock ances which aro in use in tho gov- Jitres a day. ernment printing office. Moses the doors of the cave stored with unA Valuable Collection. Payne, a jockey on the Latonla race Cental Qp. Lieut. CommanderT. B. M. Mason, counted treasures. Nor is it a naritraok, invented a spring horseshoo rative of "Arabian Nights" romance. United States Navy, retired, has in g Intended to hotter the time in is narrative oi truth and reality, 114 Main St.. and trotting races. Tho shoe his home In Washington ono of tho It a most valuablo libraries in tho city, in which figure all the heroes of merhas been tried with some success. Congressman Murray has made a not only in regard to the books it cantile history, for the record ol every Owensboro, contains, but in tho collection of man oi wealth in this country, save good deal ot money out ot his patmedals and moneys of all nations. where riches came through the inents, of which there aro eight on tile. Ky. From every part of tho world Mr. strumentality ol legacies, by bequest iThese are all on agricultural ImpleMost ot them are devoted to Mason has for years added to tho or inheritance, is the record of proment. Is prepared to clu all kinds which was originally Painless Denistry a Specialty. These difforent collection, cotton planting. tracted and persistent advertising. Dental work at reasonaliln prices. agricultural appllanoea will form an made by his father. Among tho The Timberman. Our celebrated Crown and Bridge Office over J. W. Ford & Co' Important part ot tho Atlanta ex- medals In his possession Is one of tho Work or ceth without Plate applied Feed Store. original thirteen struck off by tho without pain nud'guaranteed to give hibit ot tho colored men. When your child is eating nn nps perfect satisfaction. Elijah McCoy, of Detroit, has a United States government to com- lie or a piece of bread put one of Dr. Obituary nmlee. $5 to $7 number ot inventions relating to memorate the formation of tho unloa. Bell's Tiny Tonic Tablets in it and if Obituary notices will be charged Gold Crowns Porcelain Crowns $3 to $4 He railroad car lubricators. Kver person, big, little, old or there is any constipation"-- here it will for at the rate oi 5 cents per line. It Best set of Tectlt (no better made no a handsome royalty ot several young, black or white, rich or poor, pass oiTjust as easy, AH dealers sell is customary for all publications to nutter how much you nay) . .$8 thousand a year from the Canadian who has ever used Dr. Bell's Pine them at 25c a vial, Z. Wayne Griffin '. charge for such matter. These rate-wi- ll A Good Set $6 Paolflo railroad for the use of his ap- - Tar Honey pronounces it the best &Bro. Gold Fillings cough and lung remedy on eatth be adhered to without dicriml-natiof' up Alloy ji Pliances. too, so we guarantee. Jol rlnllni;. so please take note of it nnd Platinum A. Fisher, a Washington It's true, Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. , 75c The business public is requested don't be often Jed when we present Silver oolored man, Is responsible for tho Extracting, per tooth 25c to call at the office of TiieRErunLiCAN words to the line. Painless extrcting with Vitalised ploturo hook and moulding in genFor Sauk One combined saddle, and see samples of its work in the job our bill. Count-siBailey, anAir . . . eral use. Leonard 0. 50c harness and farm horse; 6 years old. printing line. We are prepared to Whenever a druggist tells you he PAINLESS EXTRCTING by the other Washington colored man, who For further particulars call on or ad- execute all orders for job work on has something just as Kood for coughs, use ql our Vitalized Air FREE when owns five prosperous barber shops grip, etc., as Dr. Bell's Tueth are and a flno rcsldenco there, has in- dress Tun Rbpuumcan, Hartford, short notice and at reasonable prices' ey don't you believe it, I'ineTarllons ArtificialFilling in ordered. Gold your Artificial Tetth tf Our material Is new and ofthelates ante that is is not true. for we guar a truss which has been Ky. dented We make wme as your natural Teeth. medical board adopted by tho army -Sutherland's Eagle l'.ye Salve is deslgus and our workmen the very the genuine and authorize all drugThis Offlco Pormanantly for use in the government service, new and original in style of package best. Our woik will be up to date in gists to guarantee it. The h. E. Located. and Is looked on with favor by tho and medicinal qualities. It Is not onSutherland Co., Paducah, Ky. every particular. You orders arc medical corps of tho navy. Bailey ly a cure for all kinds of sore eyes but For sale by Z Wcjnc GilfGn & Bto 111 ... has been very fortunate, and Is per- is guaranteed to give satisfaction as I'ar Hi! I p. One scholarship in the Lexington tho rlohcst colored man an ointment ior old sores, piles, etc. haps The Grade Cards are better, pretoffice Business College. Call at o Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. in Washington, where tier and cheaper than ever. They ore for particulars. It will paythis you. tf colored mon are many. m ths hadsotnest in the market; just the l'lleat rilenl lie IiIiik riled. Vote the Log Cabin ticket for it A. F. nilyer, a clork In tho treasONE GIVES ni'.MRl'. thing to make a child feel jubilant, Symptoms Moisture! Intense itchury department, has enjoyed an ex stands for home and school and our and to keep as a souvenir ofthe ing and btingingiiuost ot niglitiworse Bale of an appliance of his, common welfare. tenslvo school. 35 cents a hundred 300 lor by scratching. II allowed to continue Vote the Log Cabin ticket and and has a good income from it. tumors form, which oiteu bleed nnd . U f 1 00, at Kni'UHUCAEQffice (This constats of a water evaporator . in p Whenever the little children, the la- you vole for homo and country, becoming very sore. Swank's ulcerate, An Ailvrrtuciiiriil m I he iiier I Ointmunt stops theitching nnd bleed-- 1 jfor hot nir registers, and has a san- dies or the big men want something truer. to regulate their liver or cure constipvalue, ing, heals ulceration, and in most itary THE ACCIDENTS OF LIFE Dr. Dell' cases removes the tumors At drug, .Only ono colored woman has ob ation nnd biliousness, they must Tiny Umber, have Tonic Tablets is what gists, or by mail, for 50 cents Dr. ol the best barbers in T. B, Quincey, Write talnod.a patent. She is Miss Miriam They cure and you never feel it. A?.. Drawer 1M,to Chicago, Secre- of One State is located in this etui Swayne& Son Philadelphia Binjaraln, a teacher in tho publla Purely vegetable. 35c a vial JC. Ilattloid the tary of the Braa Accidicnt -schools here. Sho calls bor invenh. Btilllnglott, Wayne Griffin & IJro. a ESclRlc" TlC?K0"riE CoMriMY, for Information and his nanit is E regarding Accident Insurtion "a gong and signal chair for His shop is located just above the tyDiill Bud 01' rlM, n wnt nornrtUr AUt'tt ance. Mention thla paper. Vote the Log Cabin ticket and hotels." Through tho intercession futi ttiwsftnaoiBM. uwiiiMtovuvtB-ttCommercial Hotel, and he ahvajs "ml imni mIik on Mrth By of.Mr.ilurruy she hopes to havo this you vote for economy in public ex- tneraberihlp fee. llaa ao doing you can 00aave keeps everything in the very bel of tuninkerroiat3lo639lrr,aL for paid over (000,000 ! toalltha n In ft rwt(lnc auui appliance adopted for use in the penditures and against tbo record ot accidental injurtea. no toy, work nali!bbun. t In laitrumiiu shape around his shop, clean, new sBntikaVA. an t aUUne. OsimpUtc, rMJf (Of lUnltod States houso ot representaum whm hpotl Cka h put up br or Do your own Agent. extravagance made bv tho Democrattowels, nothing old or shoddy aboti ua rauAiriDaT. liata a oi VarrantAj Itaanaf tnkr tives. Instead of tho waste ot con rlti lira ?a tfO MliDlCAL KXAMINATION KHQUJREn him. W. P. Hinwn A Co., Clk 10, Cciumbul, 9, ciicrjry ot presents o ic parly. Hartford .Republican voivcd THE ! Foot Se It wlicu you buy inferior soap : T! instead of the genuine tn-y- Ncullly-sur-Soln- METRE The favorite of every woman who ever used it cither in the laundry or for all around the house cleaning. Sold everywhere. Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, ST. LOUIS. ggnxaooxooctxoocngaoocasaoo aii-ln- on-b- &yjf&l Pitcher's ' iHH7!fflrV"'MfflrT'n'At'J "7W WtfrwKBmSk m TiWBfwWifl L -- fire-father- 1 ii-- y fifty-thre- JSgff, X. Ballard's Obelisk - - - - post-morte- sented by Uis.iU.iM BRECKINRIDGE-- ipnit -' "imi - a c& CO- - gen-.eral- 1TOBMA1 COLLEGE Will open the Fall Term Tuesday. Sentembr It, 1806, and eoHtilltie 48 MurUnts may enter nt any time. Ulac Faculty flisi- claaa. weeks. to suit all. Kiui.tiBe, Telegrajihy, Muijc TVarl en IVhihw, Cour Twrms miiiihli. Ad'lris, Cla.-icu- l, HARDIN.-'HUK- G. KY. " rrewdent. An Sleg&nf il Uphostered- Vahogemy parlor gait. o H 1. !. THE ISltt! ftitttL AN -- Pel-leta- HARTFORD REPUBLICAN A FUMIT1E HOUSE ONE YEAR HAIiTFORl) UEPVBL1CAN, Write your name and address on a postal cnrd, send it to Geo. V. Bea Room 2, Tribune Itnildintr, New York City, aiid sample copy of TUB NBW YORK WBBKLY TKIDUNIt will be mailed to you When it eomes io ftcirniiare .we are in the Iead. SCci.x"tf oird, !aS.y- - h Well-Mad- e LOUISVILLE FURNITURE HOUSE, Ueturninir prosperity nill make many rich, hut no where can they mvako 8peotiltiori tu.Oraru,aVovi8 ro touch withiu a short time aa by ucce.-al'-, Ion mid Stock. SI P0TI(9 nr-c- Small Investments. ' Tele-phon- WOLF.112 W, Main, Owensboro. iU.ss: 00 FOR EACH DOLLAn lnvBted oanbemadoby our Systematic Plan of iirjecotatlon run-pin- I DENTIST. t Int (peculator operate nn u regular syelcm. , oriylnatcd by ui, All It is a well known tact that mere are iiiuumikis u men in 1111 parts 01 me United State who, by sjsteniHilo trailim; turvjiSU vh'cKo.broker, ruako Inrira ainounU ssrery year, rangiuc Irnui a lew thousand dollars, fur ' thaman who invetjtB n hi mdred or two litindretl tlollors up to 860,000 to 8100,000 or more by iIiomj who Invest n low thousand. It is aU a lact thut thoeo who make the largest profits from cnniparit-ivel- y rmnll inveajniBtitson this plan aro poranns who live away from Chicago and invests throuitli hnihcrs who thoroughly understand sybteraatic trading. Our plan does not ruk tho' wholo amount invested 011 nny trade, but covers both sides, so that whether tlnrmarkct rises or falls it brings a stca.djp" profit thut piles up cinornioiifly in u short time. W1UTK FOR CONVINCING PROOFS, also our Manual on success-fil- l apr culatiou and our Daily Market Heport, lull of money making pointers Highest ALL FUEE. Our Manual explains margin trading fully. rogard to our standing and buccou. CZ0 rao For itirlber information address THOMAS & CO , Bankor nnd Brokers, 241 242 Rlalto bUilcliug, Qhicago, 111. asm a -- es 1 n, ..... x ed. y well-to-d- Rl P AN S m i """""""", I . m HAST BOUND dialy daily Nn. Ki. Nn. ti. r.orriNVii.i.H.iiT. Mini . rr.x. tt.n I,v Henderson . . 7 20 a m 2 55 p ru WK3T BOUND dally daily, Ilasketts , . . . 7 34 a in 3 10 p ru No. S3 No, 51. a tn 16 p m . I.v U. iAJtilaville 6 30 p m 7 30 a ui tuotUville .. . 8 50 n 111 3 P Ky. Street . . . 6 45 p in 7 45 a in VVurthtngton 7 58nmj3opm West I'oint . . 7 25 p m a & a m Stanler . . . . 8 06 a tn-- j 37 p m . . . 7 30 p ui 8 8 a m Ilownrd Gnffltli , . . . 8 09 a ui 3 41 p in Willowdal . . 7 39 p m 8 37 a ui . 8 17 a rn 347 p m Matttnaly , Kock Haven . 7 47 p m 8 45 a m pm Oeuaboro . . . 8 30 a tu Long Urauch . 7 SS P rn 8 53 a m " 7 .".''Slo'd'OTToSifra Pat'.'". 8 o p m 9 02 a in Hraudenbarg 4flo p tn '8 13 p in 9 11 h m PoWytv . ..;, . ,.8 55 Itkion Wailrnan 905 a m 4 29 p m Guaton . . . . 8 i p 9 19 a in Lwnisport . i . ,9 ua!U4&prn Irviugtou . . . 8 30 p m 9 30 a m Cayce ." . . . . 9 19 a m 4 42 p m Weoster . . . . 8 38 p ui 9 39 a 111 jlalcen 933 a m 4J45 p in Lodlburg . . . 8 45 p w 9 47 a 111 I'etrie 9 99 a 111 4 51 P in 8 55 p 111 9 56 a in 1'ietce Haw98vil!e . 1 . 9 37 "'4 SKPW Sample . . . . 9 00 p m 10 00 a m Skillman. . . , 04 a ni 5 09 p m Stephtuspoit . 9 09 p 111 10 09 a 111 . , '. 10 00 a m 5 i P m . Shops Addison 9 14 p m 10 14 a m Clovomort . . . 10 05 a m 5 4 P in Holt . . . . 917pm 10 20 a m . ". '. '1020 n ini 's 36 pm Holt' Cioverport . 9 28 p m 10 33 a 111 rn 91 am 540 pm Ailcllsnn . Shops . . 9 31 p m 1037 a m Sfephenspdrt .'1628 wrn 5 45 p'm Skillman . 9 43 P 'H10 50 n m ,, 10 37 a; m 5 52 pm Saptple . , Iliiwesvllle 9 54 p 111 it 01 a m Pierce, . . . iM!Tiin!5 57pra 10 02 p in 1 1 09 a m I'etrie . , . Lodibttrir. . . io 4p,tj tn 6 06 p, m Falcon . .. . 1007 pm 11 15 a in Wehbter . iu y u w u 14 i ui Caycc . . . 10 12 p m 11 19 a m Irvingtoq,. .' ( 11,05 oi"V6j33 pm Lewisport . 19 10 p in 11 25 a m 11 14 a in 640 pm Guston . Vaitman . , 1025 p 111 ti 33 a m . 11 32iarh 6(48 p in Ukron-..- ; Powers- . . 1035 p m 11 Broiulenbttrg 11 3iafii5 58 p m . 10 48 p 111 11 56 a m Pates I) rig Brunch . 1 1 39 a nil7 07 p m Owensboio . to 59 p m 13 06 p tn Kock Haven , 11 47 a ra 7 14 pin 3 18 pm 11 09 p m Mattingly . . WlHoWtiaie-"p'm ri1"5j tt'nJ-r'a- 'i 11 14 p m 1233 p m GtifTith rrnu.rl .. ;s of P!mt7j3p p m 11 18 i in 12 27 pin Stanley WrttPoritt . i3 05 Bnn.7.35 J. m VVurthingtoti n 25 p in 12 35 P m . n ... Q . V 7 ji 13 t m 12 41 p 111 Ar U C...A Heads LoaiMille 1 00 p in 8 30 p m rr 4; pnr 12 53 m Spnttaville H. C Wompub, G P A., 1 J S3 pm 59 Kuskrtta Louisville, Ky. Ar. Henderson 12 loam ? 15pm 33 4o 1 111 .... nn ' ,':', . 1 . 43' - M. . u lt A c