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B;l!tIlMr 0WE38 Vim MIXTURE ET mi j. nu. t.. DISTRICT. 5,Wui'uWES' LIVES nniiBiMiieHniliu. . - rnan9Hhlnc, for tho tan onu m, Bu '.mtiitltueenl. ' r- - ' OFFICIAL CRBiH OF THE PARTY IN THE FOiJ&IH C0K5RES3I0NAL .''' !. acamtucjeyr " i. n, : i TFt" 1 t . - - a: ' . 3 ft 'r i -- r ,lln (tors. for - nine, look AJ'.TH. - w , aUtfeoeTonr!ckMe. VOL. VI11. THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS HABTORD, KY., FRIDAJ, NOVEMBEK TblsToliCttous thundeTooTt was evi- 8, 1895. Highest of all in Leavening rower. 0. 15. Latest U. S. Gov't Report Will practice in all courts of Ohio and adjoining conn tied, Superior Court and Court of Anneals. " Col lections and all legal business rtttend-e- d to. Office 329 E. Market St rz .1 . "' TiV. 5 ' ijgfnn A W.).r L V..1! ny asjcsst-iir- " l -- A G? ; Trwurrr riniirnu. THE PRAST.CAL SCHOOL CF THE SOUTH. irfMMr Statt t & V f . CJun 1ItBtrt CiMrioI fc.ntlurcsjcri:, if-- ld(-- tt arit 4i. f the d6imiuwtmi. ih e.uw hlil t'ollffr, ami the of nf lao Inant, anil 8afljr rtii(Yf lt urrrtntr iiJKimy nixoji:ir.rijmitrrr jrata Iiotpufcrxifut nnarcuDi whfetaaal-i-laa rf iu.f rniWIirt. Mwrffi wtotharelMilnr tiro ttwklo at na4 tustntM toe it irinl Aratm u l In vvtr ttcfurt-nnil ifurro lrMrarfln of nrinnl. prurtlrrU v littatltf-tv- i iK ii m titlMitia)4br anvo'licr plan. Ain iu.ju;ir aivimiis. "All HrtlMt t ftmium UnlJa 4 Jlroi.x Medal nci4 ' rL Iht inrruniiuiiLi ixiu tH 'tale' Win fv 4Mtkl All. IWnnliri Iha turn ,f ., 11 M$ l rilulnr Ifrpnrlnirnt I ft txikVfuvAat)9trkviuran(1 (rintri nfcuuiittnt. IIIlltvIT AlVAIUt IF HUllUt'S CiU MIJIItlAN nxruftlllON to- American Hr. Ifm H Mnorthftntt ' tantht In thU llr-- . .ml llin llltrltrai rnJfrurnl In h iVotld lallta nctl troQrMhorth:inU Inarliurnt Kurt rnnrtn from tti aotbom c( thin fatten) T1LRUUAIIIV. MtfMTlntrndrnt ufaur liHlIbfll undTclrrmiiiiftxBleiu h n rtMwriJ yrnrn- or irgm - rn & h nrmrjipni rijni uupatcntr, witri in i nirr uxk Mnoin Amrrlcit. fr iitlomiMl by jln HLinmlrIir. HuiwrlnlnilntM T fciid 6 r Kvnr And llirriirh rimintiM. 1 In tin Mitrld ownlnff nd 7tin (hW v - It ill way Hyitni lor tbt Uf i it t. in rraniiairi to co dlrrct io CtMkjmiati urwtfcat operators nvKTnvcTioM In all dptaufninta o 1:1mm Vtorb. ft lll-ilwllh invcnuru. Pwmmafialiltt. llinlftA Commercial Law. l&mmtrcUl Crrrtttn4neit Hwllln AHtfatnt-tlhA Mtitfrft. Wrjta for it. fsi UXv. will r ymi monr.' WriK hv iUlrotlna. sT9.00O.O0 liuamnlr I" "it Coll Off bi.i:uanv Nr.w rr moner r- ) M vrfctaxl Ami furuUbnJ hyu to mrct tbt r nf fttir rrwilcal ajritrm of Iwtnir- - ii im nrpw iMiVfirii4 1a: j t " i I tbt rprntM, bivixiInj, ifthi ltfai, iftrir uini, air, umnif Tha tarrMt ami mntt w twr-lu- riy ar fcis-- tv Tu aaia'cr "In rutthttn tuatr it"1allm to" or for "feu iDtfl a takra ftc, y U tNislpiHhr tluali .All til. up im tnir vrori Course llulld " :.bM.riponiiiilir you ilr, will if a mar tbat r 1Q.r with ui Ilewavr tt rlalmi, Ctolar. Iilatratd Otalojrnt L'ALiiuuM.rnniHDii. -t lot ton. kt. - ah mWW. ii fr. W COPYRIGHTS- OAX I nnTAINi mi A PVTKVr? For a A formation vnbiyiuts I'utrnta and bow to ob tain tben at free A1o vataktfu o( nectiao rrea. icu bdu acieniino cmoia aensllnnn A Oft. ratani lakn tbroaih rMvlva tpctiutMKlttatba Hflentifla Antrrl idhi ara oroofDC Riiwr bcrnrain Iff IfliLhWlIha oat mat to lb taTtntor, Tbla tpleudid raw, tMoMwoaklr,!faRtlrtllaitrate(l.bubTfailba Iara(t nrcalaitoQ of any adentmc work in tb world. . 93 a year, Pimpiv cxptca aant tiM Uoildlna Edltloov raonthlf, tiw Hincl enpiaa.ua eenta. RTcry number contalna beta Jlfal plaiaa. In rolora, and pbotrwiapba of nw hotuaa. with pJana, atubllnit bnildara to ahow tb UiMt aralnia and acvr enntracta Adflrrtf pDr yr t4UNN J CU, Mw V Yo. 3Ui OWUDWJY. MO0TIN0UAKTITV BC6TINQUAUTV. t' I V K !VES?lIFUGg! rvrnv nnTTiF oimniMTPFri is N K ,. souonv Ai.i,i)uiiGUiiTa. ' mcaiEDioi ocis iJ., it. torn. ' ) FOR SO YEARS Has lod all WORM Ksmodloc. & .."3 fc'su. V CivtiU d Tnde-Uuk- i ohuIntJ trxl ill pittnt VuIkii crnJucit.l far ll(IDKRTh KKE.V My f IEt III. iht iicmcdl ib icimlv of the ld wy (ctuilM kcunn iwttnu rc uiuurp.isel or phutoraph.f Invention, with ftn&uwtAtl tr rtf)t01Bc. u "V yntfutabttttllt und mv It. lor predentin, tb. irvmuiM "ill not l ailed for until lh f "Jiiviitom' ;fMf full aiinwia. itnt fm All;uisi," con ItftvuiUsn rommual" .Io-i- a CoB!trcJ ta Mrlcllr ConCtcatUll. iUrAirAiriff tmiilrfiranopinlimnst !ccrlttlMi ti4itr)iaAiet ii.dv.Mc.4(Ulined. Jlt L f w(f n I I cemotcry. Every night, win"Incidentally, and although not pertaining strlotly to agricultural ter and summer, he Is doing police interests, I might mention that the duty for tho dead. Ho is tho night un) r leaianablc co.diliom no uat hi It can lor iree catalogue of application of a remedy against (tent, mi yen 'watchman at tho gemctpry. Forsev- n years that I know of ho has held pjAUOlipN'S PRACTICAL mosquitoes, first practically used by tho job, and in all that timo ho has our Sir. Howard, and recommended rli4Mi&6& In bis publications during tho past been off duty but ono night. What year or two. has resulted, in two in caused him to forsake thq sepulchral NHfiltvlllo, TeiinX ThU Collcfftli trouly iAbtA bytmnVtra stances at least, In rendering habit-abl- o job that night? Why, that's tho auil Ultreiiaula I'OUU we.k. lv Ilrmiit'fmi. a large scotions near Long Island night he got married. Tho next methml of ttaclilnft bookkctpine la qnat to TWFLVB track, by the olj i.lau night ho was back among tho dead 1'emnankl .ni.Knt iu nnorin.na Chcanbiurd Oiv.it In othaeari I? theviun of real estato that tho own- - again, traveling a beat that leads anilon Knter now. Raltroao Flto Pill era havtj.made largo sums of money him among tali whito monuments HOME STUDY. ?o?r.rr&ffiRJS! as a direct result." Washington and by graves tho tops of which canBilOKTiiaKD AND PRHUANaini' cineelally adaptnot help but remind him of tho bodStar. ed to" home iturl) " Write tar 'llomehtudy" circular at Once ies that were Interred that day, as MEDALS FOtVBRAVE QIRLS. tho freshly turned earth Is still damp .!! Two Florida Mlden?u?eeivo Souva' and suggestive of the scarcely dried tears of tho mourners. I'll bold a nlr from KlnrT5cr. On tho night of August 7, 18H inozzla and watch tho water spurt all . njgbt before I'll change, jobs with tho Norwegian ship CathrinoCant? it. II. Clieaicilir, Ohio -- . . Svendsen, during a fearful tornfl HV 1 t vhlch raged on this gulf, wan drlvejy jgSgtberland's Eagle Bye Salve Is package between uruausiuuun muuutor ucucnoiDiinwy .prwjRfld original in style ofla not onShe finest pTd medicinal qualities. It Rosa Island, ono and one-hamllev ly a cure for all kinds of sore eyes but west of tho life oavlng stntlon. Sho, is guaranteed to give satisfaction as was dlwoverod when dav )y an ointment tor old sores, piles, etc. AND FRANKLIN H. HOUGM asa e btrvat wan:i:kgton. 13. c POSITIONS OUflRlNTEED a Oapt. uroadbont, keeper of tho station. Tho waves wcro breaking over her, ami tho life saver knew that she Snvod by Following tho Advloo of must soon go to pieces. Govornmont Kntomoloalsts. Under tho law at that time, tho life saving crows were not on duty, not tho Actual Morn Ijj to ths farm-er- a and only two or three of tho men la Not Bu Ureat m tllulit at Firm wcro at tho station. There wcro Appear Falie JteiuMllea also two visitors, Col. J. A. Davis, Ilapoaed. of Washington, special agent of tho SecrolarySTorToii7Tn on rutorvlew pension bureau, and Mr. C. JC. O'Neal, of this city, who had gono , recently, said: "I lmve noticed in thonjvijpapcrs' over to tho island and wcro detained lately ft review of a compilation by by tho storm. They promptly volProf Panton, of tho Ontario AKrl unteered to assist Capt. Droadbcnt, oulturalcollBKC, In which ho brings but It Was found, Bays tho Florida Citizen, that they wcro not sufficient toolher once more tho tho nnnuol loii fr&m tho to roll tho gun down tbo beach to work of iUalruollff insects. Tlicse point where n llfo lino could bo shot over to the doomed vessel. fifrures, uiosily drawn from AmeriThe storm wns Increasing in fury, can sources, and inula! y from publications of tho United Stntcs depart' and no ttmo wns to bo lost, If the At this niout of agriculture, servo a yood crew wore to be saved. purpose Iu directing aOenUon to tho juncture the two daughters of Capt. necessity for active work on the part Broadbcnt, Isabella, aged sixteen, of economic cutomololsls, but, in and Sallio, aged thirteen, volunteered to assist. With their aid the gun ono wuy, they aro noiiunvlmt Tho losnes to individual was rolled down tho beach ono and miles, through a blinding farmers, and occaiilonnlly to the ono-haagricultural populatloj) of a moro or storm of rain and a hurrlcnno which nearly swept them from their feot. less restricted portiou of tho country, am frequently very Kreat, After sovcrat attempts tho life lino summed up in dollars and cents, yet was shot over one of tho masts of tho ship and secured by tho sailors. tho actual money loss to the agriculturalists of the country at lnro The life car was then rigged, and for is by no means expressed by theso hours thco two brave young girls satno fiRures, for the simple reason worked liko men, until tho last ono that the loss of a portion of the crop of tho eighteen men of the crew was means an increased price for tho re- safely landed on tho beach. . Tho mainder. Wo may oxpreas tho ship went to pieces that night. Capt. Svcndscn and his men were loss from insects in terms of bushels of produce, liut In turning it tilled with gratitudo to their resInto monoy valuo this factor of in- - cuers, and especially to tho two creased prlco must not' bo over- young girls who had braved such a wild storm to Bave them. When thoy looked. "There-Ino doubt, however, of returned to Norway they laid the tho actual andrcat money valuo to matter before their government, and Individuals as thoresultof the labors King Oscar was deeply moved by tho talo of heroism. Ho immediately of tuo government and atato entogavo orders to have prepared two mologists. For example, a prominent in Virginia says beautiful souvenirs, to bo presented that his Income has been Increased to the two young girls In. tho namo during the past few years by from-thre- of the people of Norway. Theso consist of two handsomo silver lockots thousand to four thousand dollara annually as a rosult of with heavy silver chains, approprifollowing tho ndvlco of the entomolately Inscribed, and inclosed In handsomo cases, with tbo royal arms of ogist of the United Stntes departSweden and Norway embossed in ment of agriculture. Tho proprietor of a largo orchard in Maryland gold on the covers. Each lockothas said that the advice of Mr. L. O. on tho outsldo in large, heavy raised Howard, tho present entomologist, lottors of beautiful design the mono,ot a time last fall when moro than grams of tho two girls "I. D." nnd three thousaud of his young trees "S. B on tho Insido of each ,wcro badly affected by thoSanJoso aro two richly engraved gold tablets, scale, had resulted In a clear saving on one of which appears tho crown to him of five thousand dollars. In and monogram of the king and on the California it is a common cstimato other "For a Noblo Deed." Thdso souvenirs wero forwarded that the difference botween tho from a healthy orchard and ono ito tho Norwegian consul at this Infested with insects is about port, C. F. Boyesen, to bo presented dollars per acre for a singlo ito the Misses Broadbcnt. They ar- Bcason. Tho expenditure of three .rlvcd, and tho consul, accompanied dollars per acre, following tho latest by a number of ladies and gontle- methods ascertained by tho qntornol-ogist.raen, including Col. Davis, who was will keep thoorchard healthy. lone of tho heroes of the rescue, went Tho work of tho division of entomolover to the lifo snving station to ogy during tho past fow months on ,mako the presentation. tho cotton-bol- l weevil in southern Texas will result in tho saving of THIS MAN HAD AN AVERSION. many thousands of dollars to "cotton Ho Didn't Want to Do Police Duty planters In that section, If tho recfor the Dead. ommendations aro followed. "Of course It isn't tho nicest kind "Theso instances aro new,- - nnd of a night job, but there aro others a aro simply examples of saving work which Is going on from great deal worse. I know 01 some year to year. It s probablo tbat in far more Inviting than mine, but tnc they result in thpsav-lr- t there is a position I know of not "' cveu greater sums than tio tho far from hero that I wouldn't hold for all the coin In tho country." much rarer but more striking InIt was a South Park employe who stances, such as tho Introduction by tho deportment of tho Australian npokp, nays tho ChicVgo Post. With companions overy night ladybird Into California, by which a thq cntlro citrus Industry of that ho pushes a wheclb'arrow along tho Midway from Cottage Grove avenue. state was Bavcd from destruction. "Not a small item in tho total Each barrow is weighted down with a garden hose, which Is attached to aluo to bo accredited te tho work of the department Is a hydrant, and nil night long the tho oxppsuro Of 'lake' remedies. Only men hold tho nozzles while Lake tho present season tho entomologist Michigan water runs on the green swards that lino the drives and paths has shown tliot a company In tho New England thatconneot Washington nnd Jackstates, which claimed to bo able to son parks. Night sprinklers are figures in any of tho city Inoculate trees against the ravages parks, or nlpng the boulevards. of Insects, had been bas"No, indeed," snid the sprinkling ing its claims upon the disguised application of n method which was man, ' 'you aud I havo along ways the proved to be totally Inoffacious fifty best of tho man who "works nights, bovcu blocks south of us, at years ago. 4 -lf s fruit-grow- dently a graduate Of dthoologlcal seminary, and & thorough student of tho Scriptures, alboitflomoirediilous persons may say It ws In collusion with tho modern prodigal. Of course, no reasonablomanomoman will entertain such n hypothesis. Tho only surprising thing about tho Incident is tho neglect of the lightning, which killed'tho'fattedralf, to folldw up its work bygotnTiTul Into the potato patch and plowing up a .peck Of tho esculents, Ipcenng them, and conveying them to' the kitchen to roast with tho veal. Such an intelligent and accommodating thunderbolt should havcmade a complete job while it was' about it even to splitting the wool to cook the dinner. Norrlstown Herald. -- Baking RoYal Powder 4BMWTEI.Y PURE maz&a 5 WHEN WOMEN VOTE. Complications That May Follow if Thoy Got tho Ballot. in the household, the man is the voter Suppose the wile be comes a voter, too. She will, savs the North American ' Jteyiew. either reproduced her husband's political views, nnu meir win up, in one House two Democratic voters, and In another Republicans o'crs wheie there been one. And this is no gain toward a deciding of questions. It is only a multiplying of ballots, produc-- , . . . . . iti no ciiange results. Or else the wife wn1r! her husband's and, instantly, with airthe heat nnd violence ol party differences and political disagreements, n bone of contention is introduced in-- ti the home; a newcauseptdissention and alienation is added to the already strained relations iu many families Then there is the question of mistress aud maid. Shall the cook leave her kitchen to cast a vote, which shall countcrbalence the vote of the ni'stress, or shall Hie employer undertake to control the policies of the k'tchen cabinet? And all this, not To-da- y OWF.NSBORO, KYk-f.,- r Will practico his profession in Daviess and adjoining counties, Special la- tcntioti given to collections, OEce, Bank of Commerce Building'. LAWYER' J.H.it. f ' '' ". Jns.H.ttltnn, rVeWdHir. LAWYERS, HARTFORD, K,Y. ) (Office, orer Andenon'a Bataar.) all-th- GLENN &WEDDING, a bottle of poison for the cough, medWill practice their profession In icine and do;cd the child with it. courts of Ohio and adjoining coun- Thedoctars worked hard and the tics, and court of Appeals, Special child gave signs ot recorvery yesttr attention given collections. Also day, but was very ill. Saturday Notary Publio forOliid county. Messenger. OTanaos -PLYING BOATS OY ELECTRIOITY Cloctric launches Ctimlng Into Prac tical Use In This Country. The 'electric) launch Industry U , HAivrroni), slowly taJcjtH' root in this country, Will practice his profession1 in Ohii the matndlulctilty txSlob' that' of and adjoining counUesand murt ol flndlnir nlaees at which to recharrre the storage batteries, or get new Appeals. Special attention1 iivSnli OfEc,0 eastside of puHit supplies' tifthemlcals If primary bat-hi- d collections. terics are used. In this resptot .squared tho 6wnor of an tfcotrlo h, Hsavrin. SlIBI,BX,TAYMmt 'auncn Ye a "atrio,V l1 ; t I atrmnn. has n flpnf. hut nri rnnllnff tT T.'lT HtAVHM & IATLUH. , Jn EUrd SP fflUCh riW'M shorter than ours, tho towns aro so much closer togothcr, and tho population (s so much denser that wo HARTFORD, KY. find many places where launches ara. Will practice thier profession in all in demahd nnd highly successful.; the Court . of Ohio and adjoining The English Thames has a fine fleet, counties, and in the Court ot Apand tho continental-river- s aro all peals. Special attenfiott.,glven dotted with such craft. At Bergen, collections. Office, nexiSdoor U Norway, a regular lino of electric-laun- Uank of Hartford. W ferry has been established,' with eight boats running 6n a , ra..f3raltlifiir. Woman SVnnl lollrlp. Anrl upriv finl? Tfir.tr mnv tint- h 'obliged to work,-- but -we arejfrequen- -aa(.. .. i .oy may orr our ac some tiy asked quaintance If we know ot an) thing that she can do to fill in her leisure time anil cam a little miney. We suggest that you wiite to S.I Bell T PDIT fflAJt ' v ' I , Compauy, No 2018 Columbia Avenue, Philadelphia You can mAe from $2$o to $500 belling their Juvenile Holiday Books between now and Christmas. See their advertisement on another page. Write for outfit and begin ct once; so as to be lirst in the field, llonrtlliiK-Iliiiike y "-y- p l.k.lfmMl,..M. ft. Attorneys at Lavf 't ;nf) ' - "and "Why is marble cakp ip calleJ?" ''.Marble cake is so called because it is marble cake carved out of the sol- 1J rock in Italy nnd imported here at great expense." "What's the idea of that?" "Economy. It's cheaper in the long run. You sc apiece of geuuine marble cake w ill last a long time. Now, here's a piece on this plate that has been in the the house ever since I came to town thirteen years ago this summer. Examine it closely and you will observe that it Is almost as good as new,- You will see here and there some scratches. They were made by a stranger who had extra good teeth. There's a spravl knock. ed olf the corner. That was done dy the Mau with the Iron Jaw, who was through here last season with a circus." Tammany Times. - hnl. aaji ch to s, n.'-re,;- Important onirr. To properly fill its office and functions,4!! is important that the blood be pure. When it is jn such a condition, the body is almost certain to be healthy. A complaint at this time is catarrh in some of its various forms. A slight cold develops the disease in the head. Droppings of corruption passing into the lungs bring on consumption. The only way to enre this disease is to purify the blood. The most obstinate cause of catarrh yield to the medicinal powers ot Hood's Sarsaparilla as if by magic, simply because it reaches the seat of the disease, aud by purifying and vitalizing the blood, removes the cause. Not pnly does Hood's Sarsaparilla do this but it gives renewed vigor to the whole system, making it possible for good health to reign sn All preme. balf-doic- n al g Oak-woo- The IHtcovrry (tavrit Ilia l.lle. Mr. G. C, Cailtouette, Druggist, Beaversville, 111 , says: "To Dr. King.a New Discovery I owe my llle. Was taken with La Grippe and tried all the physiciansfor miles about, but of no avail and was given up and told I could not live. Having Dr. King's New Discovery in my store I sent f jr a bottle aud began its use and from the first dose began to get better, and alter using three bottles was up aud about again, It la worth its weight-igold. We won't keep store or house without it." Get a Iree trial at Williams & Bell's Drug Store. The secret has just leaked out that Dr. J. W. Rhodes, of Newvllle, and Mrs. alanel Robinson, or the same place, quietly hied themselves to Ind , where they were married. They left homeonthc 16th ult.. announcing to their friends that they were coming to Owensboro, but went to Jefiersonville instead. They returned home, and passed,eacu other only as before- - mere friends and succeeded in deceiving their friends and acquaintances until two days ago. Dr Rhodes is a younj man, having a lucrative practice, and Mrs. Rliolea Is the widow ol the late Jordan W. Owensboro Inquirer. Robinson. Ml schedule across tho harbor.' In winter, when the schedule is shortest, tho boats ply from eovon a. m. to half-panine. The boats carry a total of 1,800 passeDgerBV merely-othe voting day-- or in -- the Tho boats, which aro 25 feet long, 0 feot 8 inch beam, and mhdo to carry eighteen passengers, aro doublet lenders, with a screw at' each end. spent In the heat of,discussion orin A s eaoh of lleleat1" The 'American' boat nnd. the charging the smart station has a y home is not to sacred and secure dynamo'. The thirty horse-powto make it safe to undermine it scrvlco Is; efficient nnd popular, Ifc with the explosive materials of poli-lie- s would seem that there are places la America wnoro such a plan could be and partisanship. And mean-vhilas things are now, the intellN adopted with advantage. Meantime gent women interested in some great electric" launches aro being put on many American artificial waters, measure of reform, has in her hand, and a fleet ot six Is being built for not the ability to rival, ofiset or doubthe Atlanta exposition. Ono genius le her husband.s vote, but the power has fitted up a trolley lino along a ot her persuasion, her affection, her narrow stream, and tho boats, ininirenuitv to influence it. IU would stead of carrying batteries, simply be Incredible, if it were not slibwn to tako current .from a wlrOsjust as a be true, that any large number of trolley car does, N. Y. Evening j y thinking and intelligent beings, knowing, feeling, using this tremenA Japanese Ball. dous power, should be willing to run A Yale professor, who Uvea on the 'risk of losing it by substituting a Prospect hill, has, among other thing tar1 lower and feebler In ' Its 'Japanese "curipsljlcs, a, remarkable stead. And with the experience of antique Jjrbnze bell from an old what she has gained for heif sex, with temple fn Japan, wbcro it'was onco the evidence of what Voting men have used by tho priests during their Thl3 bell is brought about for her tinder the influ- ceremonies. and about twelve inches In ' women( and ence of diameter and ten inches high. The through solicitude for her interests, tone of thb bell is remarkably soft the rashness of this proposed experi- and musical, and a single touch will ment defies description, causo a sound continuing for two to m l threo minutes. A remarkablo fea" ' , Vi , ' i" ture about tho bell Is that it resounds M M Li when placed on a cushion with tbo mouth upward, but why the sup Whan Baby aidr, ih Cblld,in care berorCaatorla, port does not arrest tho vibration Is When aha waa a aha cried t Caatorta, a point that has hitherto puzzled the. When aba becama MUa, aha clung to Caatorla. Whan aha had ChlMrao, aha iara them Caatorla. physicists, and no one who has seen' the bell can explain tho phenome, ') non1. New Haven Palladium- . st n three'horso-powermojorrunto-the, cup-shape- d, non-votin- g . . Perry Westerfiold, BeavehDam,- j JJSC s -x 1 Attorney a77 $'$$, Ktv" nv . ' R. H. WEDDING ii j '. rl.i ft Attorney' aii' EawV1 - ' Will practico his profession Jn all the courts of Ohio and adjoining cduntiee. Also Notary Publico '. t Office, in Commerci nl Hotel. Hartf onp, KtJ- - ' mm & m. . OT. H. B1HKES Hartford, Ky. - practice WILT, courts of hw profeseion in all Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections, Office next door below Conimen . cial Hotel. 1 Jo. B. ROGERS, Attorney sf1fsav; MCA Tfcf IIARTFORU, KY.' T" Will practice his profession In' tVo courts of Ohio and adjoiningcountie. Careful attention given to all bnsines entrusted to him, Ufhco in Rsrus. BuildjngV -- mrm i r - j Attorney 1 ' HARTFORD, KY. t!ftJ? Will practice his nrofessioniri all tk courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Careful attention will bo giventoal business entrusted to his care. (Collections a specialty. Office with.tha county Attorney. AUoJtotaryJSublic at ttwr; Read the handsome business an- TO A SOUTlIEn UIItL. nouncements InTnERiirunucANlrom Her eyes Would match the Southern skies week to week nnd give these raer. When Southern skies were bluest; HARTFORD, KY. ' chants your trade who ask for it. , Her heart Will practico his profession in tie always take its part' "" Will Monies. Where Southern hearts are truest. Courts of Ohio and adjoining conn-tie- s. I Wiirr ararr atari and woman la Use TTnlUd Special attention given to colItataa InUreiUd In the Oplnm aad Wttliky hay. oaa of nyboeka on thee dla- - Bright pearls kaklta to lections. Office in Courthouse. suit. Addreit U. U.., WoeUey, Atlanta, Ua. The gems of Southern girls' aVvaai.t nnvlM mnA &a will ka laal a,... wi"""Herwinnlng smile discloses; N umirKru ij inavaa .TNO. .R WTLSOIi aHlTcted Kansas Poor 4iM at -at E. IM3r3.XM,; "" Attorney ai &w, " 3E3. (Cbnnfy ffornegV ' something-t- bleed and riecrelly Jlnrrlrxl, " vi. Jine Louisville f lemphis. Also liom and to lf b'o A BAD WRECK of tba coaatltutlon may follow fn tho track rfadkanlarwlsjsUiia. Dr Kerce's Ooldeii Medical Dbcoferj- - provenU and cuius all Ilrar and kidney Dlseaaea, It rouaea tba liver to hoaUhy action, purillt tho blood Cincinnati' and Do Evansvillo. - nopurchasea Ticket an Agent ttiajjw Northeast, South or Woot Until youffiavcj "'consulted 0. OjKSW.R. TRAILS, , f Vofthe R. j&m l39 XT (?.- - I.ISI1TKD mtwm a.tr, 0wwrr. B si? ? rUM,MAJJ,BV?;T SLltlJPURS, MODKUNRQOirMKHT. and allnya congestion 01 me amoeya. Ono. W. Bwmr, fjq, or Jaudeiiloirn. ynnuyit "1 wi for hardly abl to so ibout. 1 auffered fiora Iveranil kidney troub-- e, all different Uoctora no during that time but could do ma "Medical bfaoovt-rythn praiao (or my euro. iucn, too. my wire bad a bad rata of Asthma which wal cured by tba uta of that tiatl fler." ond.tful blood-purl- - iCHni TO IN UCUQt-S-, T, It. LYNCIt, GerhMgr. o Hn. Pass.Agt, KV. PIERCE . Guars (tntM .CURE r$UJSVILO,ft. JaWNKlf iaUYUKMEat. Cure for llentlnclie As a tcmedy for alt forms of Headache Electric Bitters has proved to be the very best, It effects a permanent teeth. cure and the most dreaded habitual " " aich heaJaches yield to Its iufluence. 55. Wayne Griffin & Bro. Now York Worlds We urge all who are afflicted 10 proThe Twlccra-wee- k edition of the cure a bottle, and give this remedy a New York World, has been converted AN INTELLIGENT THUNDERBOLT fair trial. In cose of habitual constiinto the Thrlcea-week- , It furnishes It Qlvas the Family a Strong Hint to pation Electric Bitters enres by giv3 papers of 6 pages- apieci.or eighteen ing the needed tone to the bowels, Arelileiilnlly I'oiaonrtl. Feast tho Penitent Prodigal. pages every week, at the old pfae of Almost every day wo encounter and few cases long resjst the use of The little child of J. W. nvnnlils f 1 the retntt of tba oauil treatinent of bl One Dollar a year. This gives !$6 proof that "truth Is stranger than this medicine Try it once." Only the Pleasant Ridge druggist, was ac uieoraera. int ayatoni lalUllwltb Uennnr i 1'oluh let more to lie dreaded than tba ." A atory comes from a fifty cents at Williams & Bell's Drug cidentally poisoned Thursday night dlaei remed lu a abort while la la a far woraa paper a year for One Dollaraud every Action ?d cou dllloq thtu before, Uba common retold u paper has 6 pages eight columns town ln.Now York stato which no Store The child was suffering from a severe wide or 48 columns in all. The ono' for a moment can doubt. A cold nnd it mother was administering Thrice-a.wee- k World is not only much veracious chronicler states that "How Io Cure nil fiklll tltamar,' a cough remedy at certain periods. larger than any weekly or shortly after the return of a peniOintSimply apply "Swayne's ly newspaper, Jbe th? mt rellabla eure. tent prodigal son, a calf on the farm ment " No internal medicine requlr Soon Alter she had given It a dose, j bottleawlllafljj, 1. relief where all alae hat A few news with much but It furnishes and afford fallad. greater freqencj; I ufferedfroaiaaarera tetter, eczema, itch, at the child began sinking and became ed. Cures attack of alennrlal promptness. In fact it combines all of his parents was struck and killed Bheurootljni, my anna awollea by lightning. As lathis. Incident eruptions on the lace, nose, &c(leay unconscious. The mother was hor- to twice their natural and lega Ulna; lb. moat the crisp, fresh qualities of, a daily tlu. caailna eruclatlnoalna, 1 .pent nundredl ot dollora with Ingjlie skin clear, white andenlthy rified, thinking tlie child about to die, wlttiout relief, was not a strong enough hint to Inthe attractive special features of but afur taking a few bottlea ol a iniproreu rapioiy anu ara duce tho bid folks to "do the rest," Its great healing and curative powers and called Dra McKinney and Barn-hi- ll a weekly. now a well manconiplete-l- y possessed by uoother wtuedyi Wc have made arrangements to the clcotdo fluid alao hit the family are your druggist for "SAVHR'S eared. I can heartily ill. The physicians Boonw Ask recommend 11 to anv one Wnria-tfr- ia gepdtho Thrice-a.weeBible, opened It, and marked the Ointmbnt child had been poisoned and w.ijwi aufferlnr from thlapalnful the dlwaie,"- W. 1. DAI T.-,:fr?-"verso In Luke whioh readi "And investigation was made, Yswrs, r urouaijn ctefateq U. K. year Subscribe at oncel bring hither tho fatted calf, and kill Why no) Ui ao at oneo ijr jour un THE REPUBWCAN. found that the mother had mitk H,on.not us cat and.,, bo mqr.ry' ubacrlpllou, A ht At Wichita, the other night? millions of bugs took possession of that city, causing a total sttspentlon of business for several hours. They were driven from their .haunts by a sudden change in the atmospheric conditions and swarmed all oyer the city. They were attracted in greatest numbers to the brilliantly lighted tiown-towdistricts. They were of every conceivable kind, from the big black bug, nearly as large as a dollar, to the common flea. The sand-flie- s that breed in the river bottoms came in myriads. They circled about the electric street and hotel lights and filled the globes until the lights were obscured. In the telegraph offices the transaction ol business was madq im possible, and in the, newspaper offices the insects clogged the typesetting machines and v drove the. operators from their keyboards. The sidewalks were covered with bugs to the depth of an inch, and the next morning the' workmen connected with the electric-ligitystems removed 150 gallons of bugs from the globes. GNew Orleans ricayittie. about. ti bellhalwFfcl?. only Sq5jtJjejpxo3?a, , . est Will find As soft as southern wind When Southern winds are light- Her voice By natnre and by choice, E'en those who know her slight- Attorney at nw , HAHTFOKO, KY given SPECIAL attentionabstracts,to making col also Notary Publio for Ohio County, Office North side of public spure. &a, As brooks Run bubbliag through the nooks Of all her Southern valleys. est. . . laugh Her As lfght as wlno or chaff, witty sallies, Breaks; clear at J. R. PIRTLE Such youth, Witli all its charmes, forsooth Alas, too well'I'know it! Will claim A sojig of love and fame , Sung by some Southern poet; But she In future years maybe These verses will discover Some time May read this little thymes Sung by a Northern lover. Buffalo Commercial. DENTIST HARTFORD, KENTUCKY: 1111 ' ini in hi Is prepared to do any and all kinds of Dental Operations. Prices moat reasonable. Office over Williams & , Bell's Drug Store. Vitalized air or laughing air administered for pinlees extraction of n MERCURIAL tf RHEUMATISM semi-wee- k, a Ii. , ituo I iJ&;i?i!gnW$2X,Vr' MfPfW sss k - - f riE rV v-- ;X -- ", M . t u uWAXaiaiki-"-" . y V f r tjsn& mm -- ' ait ' W aattTy-H- Ja-ii- a (. ipy ! $sBy ' ,. !?, PWuppilBi?' " WIDE OPEN! Obllimrj. The most merciful God has taken from us our mother. This door one passed away to her eternal home Nov. 26, 1895, being prepared when the Master called to enter into the presence and happiness .of our I,ord. Although the bud had spuing foith and had shed its fragrance all about for several years, 3 et, at lait the reaper came with his sickle keen, and cut It down and the fairest of flowers with nil its sweetness lay withered nnd dead. One more has gone forth from that little home of ours. No more to linger or while away the No more to travel where sunbeams will fade, Where on all beauty deaths fingers arc laid; Weary from traveling upon llfcs rugged way, Weary where clouds hide the brightness ol day, One more has gone to that bright golden shore, Ring the bell softly there's crape on the door. WAR TO THE KNIFE PRICES LOWER THAN EVER Wo have no time nor spaco to quote all our jenso stock, but we will give you a .Jajhe prices below, and all we ask is ier for you to .call on us before you buy convince yourself that we mean what we say. else-where,and hours; I I OHO'I'EEXfcTQ-.- . ant-tailor prices tun: Men's Suits . Youth's Suits Boys' and Children's Suits We cap sell you a nice dressy Man's Suit from $8 to $12 that do merchcan duplicate for less than $18 to $s. We quote, showing how $3.00 to J 10.00 a.25 to 5.00 75c to 2.50 Ohio County's Vote by Precincts: Governor. m PRECINNTS. Lieut, Governor. ra Sec'y of State. a K Atttoruey General. Representative One more 1'ree g wi a J I, B B" o As$ io see oar flats and (Jlolhing. We will be glad to show you through our stock. Also nice line of Dress Goods, consisting of Crepons,Henriettas, Satteens, Serges, Silks, etc. You will do well to see our Goods before purchasing elsewhere. Fine line of Men's Overcoats, Ladies' Cloaks, Fascinators, Hosiery, Gloves, Underwear, etc. s no 122 8 I 10S 96 75 7 9 107 70 118 102 119 103 34 39 116 148 70 29 78 98 191 5 n where earths' strlfo enters not In; Happy as birds Inthe bright inorii. and sin is' resting from sorrow V 108 96 7S 7 92 68 107 118 102 119 IOS 38 35 148 4 29 70 78 9S 191 50 S 16S 82 36 132 121 58 37 75 57 68 31 East Hartford . . West Hartford . . Beda . ; . . . Cromwell Cool Springs . . . Sulphur Springs? aiagan . . . 120 79 94 Rockport Select 35 124 "3 116 99 7 7 107 109 28 9 24 46 48 23 10 35 18 4 4i 5 Horse Branch Rosine Beaver Dam McHenry .Smallhous . ; East Fordsville . West Fordsvllle . Aetnaville Shrev'c Olaton Buford . . . , . . . , . ' . . . ,v S 131 30 8) i ... ...1Vl 88 . I95T 33 170 30 36 64 12 18 21 40 123 59 75 73 108 75 96 7a 9 69 107 118 102 119 10C 39 34 118 47 29 70 98 79 191 So US 16S 82 36 "5 28 7 S3 3 "5 28 7 "5 231 119, I07 66 78 I07 102 26 76 23 42 2 1 90 Io 23 23 4 4 48 20 9 3 17 3 40 48 23 9 33 18 5 48 20 9 32 7 H 9 118 120 3 I 4 2 "7 4' 17 23 28 37 6 12 18 21 5 23 2S 2S 37 12 18 21 50 I65 36 121 60 125 85 132 37 6o 13 18 21 3: 37 J57 9 38 61 121 Our Assortment of Fine Shoes Is the most complete and lowest priced in the county. convincing prices: , , Baby shoes, button, made ol leather .., We append a few . 25c Misses shoes as low as Ladies' good button shoes as low as ladies' good lad button shoes Heavy oil grain button shoes . . . . Men's congress and lace shoes Boys' boots, only '50c $1,00 , yy OUR ... . '57 94 39 62 72 "5 68 39 55 a5 " '5 II 5 S8 75 68 37 57 58 75; III . Heflin Bartletts Total . 67 40 73 SO "7 40 7 50 36 73 24 63 38 81 54 35 IS 24 11 9 38 61 68 5 24 11 III 81 5 27 69 67 40 71 6s; 38 5 27 69! 61 67 ?s no 68 38 81 24 II 5 27 69 23 599 40 54 35I '3, 599 50 J 599 7' 50 54 35 34, 39 116 I49 70 29 98 73 51 190 122 I60 83 35 3 I22 37 S70 56 90 63 38 III 61 67 67 38 82 40 7 55 So 35 When night has been spent and dark ness is done, Weary of staying where nil of us weep, One more has gone to cternitys' bright shore, Toll the bell softly, there Is era peon the door. tngsun, 26 31 9 5 4 4 48 61 Joyously waiting nnd longing to raett, Someone who walks ou yon bright - golden street, Angels have whispered that one more is blest, s I 18 2! '5 24 12 5 3 4 7 3 3 4 1 One moro there is in Angelic bliss, One less to cherish 'and one less to more departed to heavens' bright shore Toll the bell soltly there Is crape on the door. C. M. Hicks. One m '' Pice from rest, and taking sweet kiss. 27 69 23 622 aIS4 I870 626 72! 208S IS07 68 20S6 I806 63 2oS3 I802 63 20921799 72 1.25 1.25 1.25 75c Pluralities 2S0' 2S6 28 1 284 293 We are unable to give the vote for the whole ticket for lack of space. The Pluralities for the Republican candidate! are as follows: Stone for tor, 288; I,ong for Treasurer, 283; Divldson for Supsrintendeat ol Publl; Instruction 285: Moore for Com. of Agriculture 276; Reynolds for Register of Land Office 285: Porter for R. R Com 283; James for Senator 1413; Hunt for Coroner 287. Remember 15. L. Bullington best barber in the State. is the Audi- Nervous BtoaoM the hatUh No prudent man,economical woman can help trading with us after comparing our Our under-bustock with other stores. under-sel- l, policy wins every money-dow- n time. It has been so in the past and cann'ot fail to win in the future. Come early and tret first choice. BEsHiehest market prices paid for Country Produce. y, PREDICTIONS State Come True and this Proud Old Is Redeemed from the Ring Rule And the State House Yours for Bargains, J. B, FOSTER dkl-st. Clique Is Buried Beneath an Avalanch of Ballots. Republican gain of G8. Hardin carrica Spencer by 470, u Democratic gam ot 12. Bradley carries Todd by 200, n Republican gain of 300. Hardin carries Union by 1,100, a Democratic gain of 100. a Hardin carries Warren by gain of 144. I Republican Bradley carries Washington by 100 Bradley carries Wayne by 152, a Republican gain 432. Bradlev carries Webster by 100. ' Bradley carries Whitley by 2,000, a Republican gain of G80. Hardin carries Woodford by 258. WHAT OP IT? The contest is over and tho victory In mauy respects it Is a is won. victory and while no magnificent good Republican is inclined to boast over it nor to "crow over' a fallen opponent, yet a, few observations would not be out of place. If the result in Kentucky means anything at all it means that the day when ignoranco and prejudice can control the actions of Kentuckisas against theirjudgement and best in tercstisatan end. It means that the "contemptible' appeal to the ignorance and prejudice of the people and the bugaboo of negro domination In Kentucky has gained its last victory and is assigned to political oblivion along with the men who have been uocandid enough to resort to it. It means that the peopto of this great Slate will henceforth hold the political party in power to a strict accountability and woe bo unto that party whoso administration smacks of ring rule and mismanagement akin to thai which for many years has characterized Democratic supremacy. It means that the people of Kentucky have awakened from the political bias that would prevent the exercise of tho right of suflrage to better tho condition of themselves and their neighbors. It means that the people denounce political treachery in whatever form "and demand that a man shall bo true to the confidence reposed in him as well before as after election. It means tho that young men of the State together with older. yetnone the less conservative men, have decided that the best interest ot tho people, and not the desire of party hacks and professional politicians and office seekers shall be tho criterion of party affiliation. On the whole the action of tho people Tuesday was a long strido forward and will result in permanent good to the old Commonwealth. The new Administration will enter upon tho discharge of its duties fully aware, as no recent Administration in Kentucky has been, that it will bo held to a strict account of tho stewardship of the public aflairs. Peopl ihonld TMlIz that tb only tria and ptrmtncnl curs for tbefr condition u to b found in having Pure Blood oX arery organ and Uuue ot tba body depends upon tba parity ot the blood. Tbo wholo world knows the standard blood purifier Is Sarsaparilla Makes Hood's New York, Iowa, Ohio and sachusetts went Republican Mas- Proprietor Big Cash Store, Tues- And thertiore It li the only true and reliable medicine tor nerroui people. . It makes the blood purs and lealtby, and thus cures corTOiune, makes the nerves firm and strong, sires iweet sleep, mental vigor, good appetite, perfect digestion. It does all thla, and cures Bczof ula, Ecttma, or Belt Bheum. and all other blood diseases, because It -- - Republican gain of 283 The Solid South is badly broken Hardin carries Grant by 359, a when Maryland and Kentucky go Democratic gain ol 127. ritESiDEHT Cleveland has named Bradley carries Grayson by about Republican. laursaay, JNcv. zo, as .thanksgiving Mr. 1. P. Barnard, formerly a citiPUBLISHED EVEBT FBTDAY MORNING Day. Gains 400. Bradley carries Green by 225, a zen of this county, and always a BAH A. ANOERNOW.. ......Proprietor. in Tun Hon. Thomas H. Carter, Mono Republican gain U7. very popular man with our people, Editor. JO. B. KOOErW... tana, Chairman of the National ComBradley carries Greenup by 604, a was ono of tho Democratic nominees Subscription, $1.25 per yoar. mittee favors the nomination of Har Republican gain of 3G5. for Alderman fn Louisville who were rison for President next year. Ohio County is Stili in Line Hardin carries Hardin by 556, n caught out in the cyclone Tuesday. Friday, November 8, 1895. Democratic gain of 408. and will Likely The trial of Theodore Durrant for Politics will now have a breathThe entire Legislative ticket in Bradley carries Hart by 125, a ReStay. the murder of Blanche Lamont,which ing spell. Louisville savo one member was publican gain of 8(5. has been on since July 22, was ended Bradley carries Henderson by 223, elected by the Republicans and in TnEniggerdomination racket didn't last Friday and he was sentenced to Last year TheRepuhlican predictthis instance the Republican candia Republican gain of 30. work worth a cent. hang. ed that the State would go Bradley carries Hopkins by about date had been hired to withdraw recently and so the Republicans bait was a life and death struggle at the next election and 100, a Republican gain of 54l, Rev. D, R. Wilkins, a negro The entire Republiand the Frankfort ring died bard. Hardin carries Jcsaamiae by 4l, a no candidate. preacher, of Lexington, Ky., came Tuesday's battle fully conGrms our can municipal ticket was elected, ' Republican of 125. out in a circlar urging Lexigton nrrvl.Mlnn.nnrl thr, ftt IbnnMfom Who said that Capt. Sam' K. Cox and also five out of seven members Hardin carries Kenton by 211. negroes to vote the Democratic ticket. every county show , didn't know when to stand from uu of the School Board aro Republicans, fl qJ Bra(ley How's that for nigger domination? dcr? conlusively that Kentucky voters have i jn kdox jjV 937 and last but not least, Georgo DuRclle is elected to tbo Court of Appeals. The Fiscal Court appointed Coun- put the Slate House Ring and the I TnANKH to Jake Edwin Rowe and Bradley carries Laurel by about ty Judge John P. Morton to build n Frankfort bosses securely in the back 'fjOO, a Republican gain of about Jay Mort Roth well for their assistance suitable fence around tho The election is now over and evCourt in kccp'ingOhio county inthe Kepub- ground and the Stato bos been re 1,100, erybody ii glad of it. It was a short House yard. This is a move in the Jjcan column. carries Lawrence by "a canvass in the county and no doubt -- right direction Judge. Alprjqn jfill small majority. campaigns in the future will bo equalRepublican Stale ticket ""The entire Now that tie election is over and pu3b4he work vigorously. Bradley carries Lewis by 800 and ly short. This thing of harrowing is elected by amajority of aboutl8,000 Lincoln by 125. everything is about quiet, don't you the people .with long campaigns Aside from defeated candidates Comparisons are made with the think you had better see about that Bradley carries Logan by 1G0, a seems at an end. It has been sugand tired party workers the saddest Congressional vote ol 1894, by which been owing for subscription you have Republican gain of 392. men in Hartford Tuesday night were gested that the same plan be followed the state went Republican. a long time. Hardin carries Lyon by 100, a in presidential tho saloon keepers whom the law comyears, A canvass Bradley carries Adair county by Democratic gain of 25. whether local, state or national disWith Jake Rowe and J. Mort pelled to keep their saloons closed till 350, a gain of 375 Bradley carries Madison by about courages and embarrasses business in Rothwellin the county for a few midnight on election days. Bradley carries Allen by 200. almost every department and a short, weeks longer there would not bo carries Anderson by 248, a 300, a Republican gain 435. Hardin Governor Clarke, of Arkansas Democratic gain of foity-fouBradley carries Magoffin by 325, a decisive campaign is a great saving much telling what the Republican followed the tho Texas Governor's to the people. The national convenHardin carries Bourbon by 300, a Republican gain of 42. majority would have been. lead and downed tho thugs. The Democratic gain of 750. Hardin carries Marion by 301, a tions instead of being held in May One of the first bills Col. Barnett officers oi Garland county who conBradley carries Boyd by 475 , a Re- Democratic gain of 308, and Juno should be deferred until ng will introduce when ho goes to Frank spired with the Corbett and publican gain of 475. Hardin carries Marshall by 410, a July and August and it is probable I to bring 011 the fight, fort will bo to keep the Democrats Bradley carries Boyle by 186, a Rethat ono or both of tho great national small Kepuulican gain. equalizing themselves with the should be piosecuted. publican gain of 443. from Bradley carrries McCracken by 300 parties will adopt the short campaign Bradley carries Breckinridge by negroes without tho negroes consent. next year. Eugene Field, the poet, died very to 400. possibly a gain there. 190, a Democtatlc gain of 166, Bradley carrries McLean by 94, a A dispute id now ou between suddenly at his homo in Chicago Mon' IU.IIA. Bradley carries Caldwell by 375, a Republican gain of 271. Great Britan and the United States day morning of heart failure. He Republican gain of 308, Not withstanding the scarcity oi Hardin carries Mcado by 174, a of water in our little town, everything regarding the boundary lino between was preparing to go upon a lecturing Calloway is close, with a little adRepublican gain of 107. Is in a flourishing condition, farmers British Columbia and Alaska. The tour. Hispoems have been greatly vantage to Hardin. nardin carries Mercer by 72, a are very busy gathering com and matter promises to be oven moro seri- enjoyed nnd his untimely death is Bradley carries Campbell by about Democratic gain of 34, sowing wheat. ous than tho Venezuelan dispute from deeply regretted, 800; no change. Hardin carries Montgomery by 250 j The school at this place is progressis directly tho fact that this country Hatdin carries Carlisle by about No man in the county has labored ing nicely under the management of a uemocralic gain ot lou. interested in the Alaskan affair. more earnestly for Republican sues 300. Hardin carries Morgan by 275, n Prof. J. I. Elmore. Hardin carries Carroll by about cess than has Mr. W. ,A. Gibson and A debating society will be organRepublican gain of 1G7. The massacre of the Armenians at 808, n Democratic gain of 7CG. no roan enjoys more than he the Bradley carries Muhlenberg by 5G0 ized at the school house on the night tho Lauds of tho Mussulmans goes Bradley carries Carter by about ot Nov. 8. He is splendid Republican victory. a Republican gam of 284. steadily on although the great powers G50, a Republican gain of 100. The house which is beiug built for painstaking nnd efficient in whatever Hardin carries Nelson by 791, a are making supposed efforts to put an ho Mr. Alec Bennett is nearing compleBradley carries Christian by about Democratic gain of 5G2, undertakes and neither fail,, quit end to tho outrages. It is high timo tion. 1,050, a Republican gain of about up is in his vocabulary. Hardin carries Nicholas by 305, t he Turks were learning a lesson. So nor let Mr. J. W. Curry ol Owensboro Is G7G. Bradley carries Ohio by 284 called diplomacy should be cast to H. II. Holmes, was found guilty in town, Hardin carries Clark by 274, & ReHardin carries Oldham by 411, a the winds and an army and a of the murder of Benjamin F, Peitzel Mr. Herbert Park Is visiting his publican gain of 02. Democratic gain of GIG navy sent into the Sultan's territory and sentenced lost Saturday to hang. sister Mrs. J.J. IJImorc this week, Bradley carries Crittenden by about Bradley carries Pendleton by 01, a that would cither compel hira to mako The jury decided the case in vne minMr. and Mrs. Hermon Chapman 3G0. Republican gain of 317, good his piecrust promises of protechave returned to their home, alter a ute though to prevent the appearance Hardin carries Daviess by 435, a Hardin carries Powell by 84, few days visit to Mrs. Ben Hudson. tion to tho Armenians or else destroy ol undue has to they remained out three Republican gain of 822. Mr. Fleldeu Bennett returned from Hardin cairies Robertson by 143, a him and his corrupt and tyrannical hours and A motion was Bradley carries Estill by about 400 Republican gain of 20, Stanley Monday, bearing the sad sway, levol his cities to the ground made for a new trial and the argui a Repupliran gain of about 302. Bradley carries Rookcastle by 500, news of the serious illness oi Mrs, R, and desolate his country. ment on tho motion is sot for the Hardin carries Franklin by about II. Bennett a former resident of this a Republican gain of 250, 18th Inst. 2G0, a Democratic gain ot 25. lUziaEYB. Bradley carries Russell by 208, a place. Hardin carries Gallatin by 423, a Republican cywi itojr au uu. Ms. . Mr. and Mrs, J, Warren Baker, of gain of 220, Uuuxtl 0rop. TMMUOtid. 4 la luna. Hold t Render, were the guests of Judge and Democratic gain of 102, Hardin carries Shelby by 433, Hardin carries Simpson by 257, a !Itoher--' Mrs. John P. Morton yesterday, Bnulley carries Gallon! by 875, n H.AJR.T'IF'OIEUD, day. Hartford Republican ...... Pure Blood BmuIU proTe erery word we said. Thoqunds o! voluntary testi- hrs Great Republican Almost Every County. Hood's monial fnlly establish the fact that Barta- - Be Sure to Get Hood's afflicted with "I hiTe beento take Hood'a nerroua-Bet- a I began and the firat bottle halned me." Uaboabet Qbat, Catawba, Kentucky. Hood'a Pills cure all Irrtr till, W'' EUrsapa-TlU- UfCS a. It .... gn ot 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. Bell's Anti Flux for colic, cholera nnd diarrhoea stands. It's sold at 25c and 50c on n guarantee by. Z. Wayne -- Grifiln & Dro. deemed.s - Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. r. Fitzsim-monsga- A Brave Little (llrl. A little girl was picking berries recently near the track ol one the Western railroods. A locomotive with one car, having some officials of the road on board, passed rapidly. as soon as the special train had passed, the little girl saw tv?tnty feet of the track sink oqt of sight. She knew a regular train would soon pass nud dropping her berries she ran pastAle bend and waved her sunbonnet when the train came In sight. The engineer stopped the Ttinuhci tIiir. ,' train. The little girl told the man The following program has been what had happened, The trainmen' , arranged for "Thanksgiving Day" went forward and lound that an unwhich will be celebrated ljy the Hick- derground stream had undermined ory Grove School District No, 44, the track for quite a distance. The ' passengers would ha 7c been hurt and November 28, 1895: probably some would have been kill9 am. Devotional exercises, Rev. ed but for the presence ot mind ot Guyman WestrGeld. 8:20 Welcome this little girl The Outlook. Address,. Miss Wla May Petty. 9:25 Response, Roscnl Toulmlu Whlttlng-hill- . 9:30 Dramatic and Literary exm n ir- - sr - n M ercises by the school, ra (i It M 10 Means and ends ot education, e m Ira Petty and C. Bain Soper. 11 Ads o drtss. Rev. J. Denham Hocker. 13 a nooaSvayo p. m. Hopes and Perils m of the Nation, Revs. T. J. and J, D, S To-d- ay Hocker. 3 Closing Remarks, Ira Pet- a, r-. .... ty. All persons Interested In the m aerloui aK mis rcncaicuir. became t (, dlici.ct oil ioiiow iriutng cause of education are invited tout-ten- d. A aliments If you are vritk n Ira Petty, Teacher, na ctn.ralltf v. nt Y 't adly ,s ? I J 1 i The World's showed no baking powder ao pure or so great la Icjv enlng power as the Royal. Several trustworthy gentleraen"or ladies to travel in Kentucky for established, reliable Salary 9750 nud expenses. house. Steady position, Enclose reference stamped enveloved and The Dominion Corapany,ThIrd Floor, Omaha Bldg., Chicago. lWGt V-- Fair Tests e a Crown's IM rii'on Bitters c Neuralgia, n S Dyspepsia, doie. Iwuilcd, ncryou, live no appetite ud can't work, uvifin l ones IBB Ing he iuoh reliable itrcnKthtnlnK mtilklnt, which la Brown's Iron lilt-teBtncflt comes from the very firit OTANTED; IT CURES Troubles, Kidney and IJver Nervous ailments J Malaria, Women's complaints. Constipation, Impure Wood, llnciontbewr .If CO. Children Cryfor Castorla, 2 2 Cct only the genuin-e- II 1 IWrOMcd red BROWN CHEMICAL I MIlMMritMHMMWHs BAiTMORC, M& m w Ar "v, ift ifflfc. ' 1 OUR Awarded Highest Honors-Wo- rld' Fair. Cash Buvrtns and Cash Siuahus Pair Bros. & Co. 1'nnts NEXT PRESIDENT DHL' Fair ij A magazine of jnorvclsrFair Bros. e Dros ladies and S Co's. gcntlemens at & Co. uinuy bargains. 'x. r V Its r- W M IfF' ," i. i 1 k HtHk '- mmi llttlo recreation after a hard day's MOST PERFECT MADE. and work at pyramld-bulldlnFree ment A purs Crap Cream of Tartar Powder. thcro wero no unions In those days from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. ho used to lot a mouse loose In tho DSEo-u-ee- Pleasant Ridge High School has 40 YEARS Tim STANDARD. bosom of his family and laugh until been closed this week on account of his fat sides ached, while his queen :b. "W". SlEIXliC, wo itics go, jumped upon her throne and drew Never undersold Fair Bro3. & Co. dlptherla. sell on her skirts around her. The samo Messrs. Jas. A. Smith and W, M. New Millinery at Fair Bros. & Co's. was a favorite joko among thoMedes Fair are at Mr. Smith's fathers near ducts. reWhich Is the better customer of and Persians, and it Is of record that v Cotes yarn, 50 a hank nt the Cash Mcllenry. the American farmer? Where He the the only reason why tho queen of Store. Hosiery designed expressly for such farmer's Interests In encouraging Bheba gavo Solomon the shako -THE Fine millinery nt Pair Bros& weather as we ore now having nt manufacturing abroad or manufactur- was a mouso that some jester Co's. sicked upon her, whom Solomon Fair Bros. & Co's. ing at home? Boston Journal. ofafterward refused to torture. Greeoo . . Call on Bulllngton lor a good, easy Captain Sam K. Cox's new house Keeps constantly on hand a full stock of v, In a city the size of St. Louis it and Romo, tho crusading times, shave. is ncaring completion and is an ornamay be safely estimated that there tho renaissance, modern history, gfe.4" 3,011s Buy your blankets at the Cash ment to Hartford. are at least 100,000 young men, many the whole world's annals teem with combinations of tho woman and Store. And in fact everything usually found in a Go to the oyster supper at the old of whome are domiciled In cheeless over. tho mouse, wherein tbo small and in- and you boarding houses or In homes' devoid, U corrigible vertebrate puts tbo female Big line rubber shoes at Fair Bros. Rrpuducan office "" of comfort, and hence It becomes a 01 our will assist a worthy cause. & Co's. species 10 maicrous uigut anu plrsf-l&sto save money necessity that some place shall be tho climbing of high objects. Tbo No man who wants Men and Boys Overcoats at Fair meet on com121 Main Stroot, Owonsboro. witticism comes to us crusted with will buy his boots and shoes before provided wheretheypan Bros. & Co's. tho approval of antiquity. Nobody mon ground for recreation and seeing Fair Bros. & Co's line. Go to the Cash Store for floor and BOOTS AND SHOES. during their leisure would doubt it or fall to laugh at It Talking of "bed rock prices," why hours. Such a place is found in the any moro than ho would miss tho boots . $ 35 wortb$t 75 table oil cloth. 5? Men's good fun In having another person fall . ' ai5 Bros. & Co. have bored right Young Men's Chris tain Association, i , . i 7s ' New Jackets and Capes 'at Fair Fair downstairs. through the old red sandstone. " . . a oo. " a jo Bros. & Co's. best which has had twenty years of creditaHenry Gibson Is a weary lad, with -- BY " medium fine boots Ja 50 " 3 a5. Buy your macintosh coats at Fair The ladles of the Presbyterian ble history in this city, and which is wheels in his head that need axlo I 50 best grain button shoes Ladles Church will give an oyster supper at doing an invaluable work through its grease. Ho lives around In stables Bros. & Co's. Warranted not to rip reading room, library and educational mostly, and does chores for n liveliThe Old Rrpubucan Office Dr. J. S. Coleman and wife went to niglitclasses, its physical department, hood. He had some difference with Indies glove grain button shoes $t 35 worth ft 50. Remember you can still get Tub its social and Qry when yoa read 5Iii6 'fijreaf boo ' Rockport yesterday. life and its religious Mrs. Miller as to tho proper freight You Louisville The and Indies fine Dongola kid tip shoejt 35 duo on several buckets' of accumuRnrunucAW agencies, all of which can be enjoyed Remember that Field & Holbrook worth $1 50. OVER 300 PAGES, Weekly Commercial for only $1.35 by young men for a nomlual fee, and lated slops which ho had' been lugChildren's coarse shoes 50, 65, 7S.90C bus will meet all day trains. ging around the neighborhood under Superbly illustrated and bound in the most elegant English cloth. per year, In advance, many of which are absolutely free. her inspiration In tho last few days. Ladies coarse shoes . . . 90c to f 1 as ' Is teachers' payday and ((35 DOLLARS FOR WORKERS. Old ladles lace shoes Come and price Fair Bros. & Co's The effort now being made, to which The difference was not largo, but ten Children's button shoes 75c to I 35 a great many of themwlllbe In town. This grand book is now out and will only be sold by Agents. cents is as much to him as to Mrs. Domestic, Calicoes, Ginghams and reference is had elsewhere in this isA WONDERFUL OFFER. This RurunucAN will give yod the Cotton goods of any kind. They are sue, to raise $75,000 to complete the Miller, and so he told her; but she save complete election returns next week. always below competitors. association's new building ought to wmild nnt melt. So ho wnrned ber. Anyresponslble man or woman sending us only ONE dollar will receive by I return mall POSTPAID a completeAgent's outfit, consisting of meet with a ready response, for the ho would get even, and he set about E. L. Bulllngton Is prepared to For ten years Fair Bros. & Co., a full and complete copy of this noble book. , . easy and close liave had the sole trade of Gate's association's work appeals to all good give you Human Ingenuity can accomplish citizens, apart from oil religious conus shave. a quick, ORDER NOW nearly everything. Gibson rememthey still have. Regoods. This siderations, as it extends its priviwill be ahead of you, and to miss bered tho natural hostility between And get your territory or some one else ' Rev. Jo. B. Rogers will preach at member that theymrc the only peo leges impartially to all classes of the mouse and womankind. selling this book means the loss of a big salary for the next year. He pro- -' In Hartford that sell these goods. young men, the Hartford Baptist Church next pie Order and seek to meet 'their cured three specimens in a trap, We pay the very best commissions. Sunday night needs in every possible way. St. took them Into tho kitchen whero ADDRESS, STAPLE ARTICLES. bracelet with the Louis could do nothing more creditaAnyone finding a Mrs. Miller was cooking supper and. Tint RitrcnuCAN and The Cosmo- word "Laura" woven on It, will 75C Bed blankets ble than to quickly subscribe the sum not saying nothing to nobody, and both one year for Bed comforts 75? politan Magazine, It leave same at this office. thero no loosed tho contents of his 35c only $2.35 in ndvance. White ltusey tf neeaea to put tne association in poss menagerie. NASHVILLE, TENN. No. 208 N. Collogo St. was lost during Fair week. session of a building which will be 30c Colored llusey Before you could count thrco Mrs. isandsoc Good flannel I'rogrnmiur. Messrs. Lcm Mcllenry. Louisville, an honor to the city at home and Miller hud jumped not on a chair,' 50c and L. P. Loney, Owensboro, came Wood Water proof 54ln THANKSGIVING DAY The toacherof Cromwell Magisteabroad. "M cheap nt 75c but on one ot the mice, which she m wilt meet at Union Disa rial District home to vote Tuesday. (fcood cotton flannels.7K.8i,lo,i3Kc A very notlcable feature 'of the crushed. Next she lit on another BIG STAKES. trict' No. 1 1, Nov. 16 nt I o'clock p. Tho Prosidont Sots Apart ' Cateyam per hank . . . 5C Remember teachers our grade cards great Republican victory in this one, and It said "quee" and passed Nov. 28 As thoTimo. over to tho majority; and, thirdly,' 35c are the prettiest to be had anywhere. m. Catc Jeans exercises by T. H. county and State is the good behavior she lit on Honry, who stood bewilHow a Gambler Won Two and a Devotional Good cotton ?eans . . . to and Call In of the Republicans. Quarter Millions. Good cheviots 8Jc worth 10c Balmaln. dered at the failuro of his conspiraWashington, Nov. 4. President aoc Turkey red table linen Photographer Taylor will make piccy to connect with itself. She got y Welcome Address Miss Slddie Cleveland Issued a procTamas aoc Table oil cloth Th 8tory ot T. Jenki, 8. O A Toons Henry by tho hair and shook him; tures In Hartford every Monday and Davidson. BEAVER DAM. tion designating Thursday, NovemCl.rtrman and HI. Friend llara a tf then a brilliant idea struck her, a in Mcllenry on Tuesdary's. Response J. Henry Barnes. Scheme Jenka 6ee a Flaw ber 28, as Thanksgiving Day. The finIn It. Rev. James Chandler Hartford fill-e- J, warlike move that was bound to Spelling Miss Nettle Rogers and proclamation follows: hoiiEo L. Heavrin. who has been Mr. M. ish tho fray in tbo rout of her. torhis first appointment here Sunday. mentor. Sho backed him and backed The constant goodness and forbear-and- e in Owensboro for several months II. C. Crowdcr. His namo nnd title aro T. Jenks, sell Writing Miss Effie Kahu, A. P. Prof. Ray was In Hatttord Saturof Almighty God whjch have back, came home Wednesday, and hlra, and he, not knowing what fate S. G. His right to a title Is not duo day. to the American impended, permitted himself, dazedwill soon be nblc to be out on the Thomas and Birch Shields. to his efforts as a statesman or a been vouch-safe- d Miss Slddie DavidMiss Mattie Taylor spent Saturday Composition ly, to bestcered, until with achucklo diplomat, .nor yet as a soldier or a people during the year which is just streets. and Sunday at her home in the coun- sho pushed him so that he sat down sailor, but to his success as a gam- past Call for their sincer-e- acknowK son. positiveus. Reports come from Mngau of n fight .on one of the flaring flamo placoa of bler. Therefore, says tho Now York edgement of devout gratitude. To Psychology, rst Chap. J. Henry try. mon- which occurred at that place on elec- Barnes. 3nd Chap. Miss Hortense Dr. W. T. McKlnney Is at home Mrs. Miller's gas stove. save. World, is ho T. Jenks, S. G., other- the end, therefore, that wemay with tion day, but we can learn no par- Rogers. The Imagination, unless highly wise, Thomas Jenks, Successful from his Buttlcr county trip. ' thankful hearts unite In extolling the1 ' puzticulars, save that one man was conGampler. That the confidence Of tho ey. Misses Nettie and May Rogers trained, can hardly grasp the Fractions T. M. Porter, Henry zled amazement with which Henry goddess was well placed Is clearly loving care of our Heavenly Fati'eri' siderably cut Leach and Miss Effie Kahn. spent Saturday ond Sunday with sorted out his sensations, and tried shown by Jenks' record. He first I, Grover Cleveland, President oTthe DRESS GOODS & CLOAKS. taken the Marvin Brandon ha How to govern a primary school their brother in Hartford. to arrange them so that he could tackled In tho west mon of tho red United States, do hereby appoint and Z.H. Shultz, A. P. Thomas, Albert 35c lor 36ln all wool serge worth 40c agency for the American Steam LaunMiss Anna McKlnney and Mr. C to himself for what was going shirt, gun and bowlo kolfo variety, set apart Thursday, thetweuty-eight" 90c dry, of Princeton, Ky., and will send Imdon, Miss Laura James and Miss P. Austin spent Sunday in Roches on. Nobody could adequately sym- and beat them at games of chance day of the present month, to be kept " 65c " soin " " aoc " 36ln henridta, nil eludes . 25c goods on Monday and deliver it on Nannie Arbuckle. pathize with him, save St. Lawrenco for many thousands ot dollars. Then and observed by all our people. ter. goods, Friday. The work Is the very best. 65c " 4 '.11 tf;;ui.d Recitation Miss Nettie Rogers. he journeyed to London and Paris Miss Lucy King, Hartford, is here of blessed memory, and In St. Law"On that day let us forego ourusnal very stylish. and occupations, and In our accustomed Save your work for him. ij Adjournment. waiting on Mrs. E. R. Ray who is rence's time thoy did not have gas and showed the dress-suite- d jumped, of course stoves. Henry swells of clubdom in places of worship join In rendering 65c forplald woolens, very stylish Henry Lbach, Pres. sick. Remember that Field & Holbrook you would have done the same and fairly successful thanks to for waists Mrs. R. M. Walker spent Sunday with a wild yell got away, leaving those cities what a the Giver of everygbod Birch Smnr.Ds, Sec'y. thev also American gambler could do, and his win wool finish satlnes . . . lajfc ueits all day trains, and in town with her daughter Miss Lu-l- a. the Miller family about ono square perseverance finally brought to him and perfect gift for the bounteous class Livery Stable. Only O110 l'lare For linn. Trimmings, such as Jet, Silks, Ve- keepn first that have rewarded our lafoot of overdone pantaloon foundahorse outside In the I received a letter from a lad, askthe tltla "successful gambler,", lvet. Buttons to match our entire Don't hitch your in tion wherowlth to diversify the day's without qualification. Misses Virgle Hocker, Lottie BarIn Paris be, bors In the fields and In the busy ing me to find hint an easy berth. their stable. cold but put him line, was proprietor of a club wheroj marts of trade; for the peace andorder To this I replied: "You cannot be nard, Attye and Sadie Austin were in menu. Now ho Is trying to have Mrs. ferocious baccarat was dealt. In that have prevailed throughout the Col. J. S. R. Weddjng has been an editor; do not try law; do not Hartford Sunday afternoon. CLOAKS invited to speak at Rosine It his club tho banker did not ohango JA0KET3 AND Attorney Shelby Taylor and wife Miller arrested for mayhem, and land; for our protection from pestithink of the ministry; let alone all ho succeeds he will give his testi The style n cloaks will be short, and he has Accepted the Invitation and merchandise; abhor spent Sunday with Miss Emma mony standing up. The other mouse as mo result 01 oias. jenxs was lence and dire calamity, and for ships, shops always banker, and ho hankered so while capes going to be very popular. and will be on hand. There will be a that have been showered politics, don't practice medicine; be Barnes and sister. who saw the whole tragedy is still well that each ot tho threo years Our entire line will be In Saturday. grand rally at Rosine Misses Ida Cleman aud Ola Willmechanic; neither boarding at Millers'. Chicago Post. that ho conducted the club yielded a upon us from an open hand. not a farmer nor a furnish cape for $i 50 to $10 00, Can "And with our thanksgiving, let We have just received a new shipbe a soldier or sailor. Don't work. iams spent Sunday at their home in Cloaks, $ 2 50 to J 15 00. Visit us lor fortune to him. The Alaakn Xloiiiulary. the latest. ment of stationery, and are prepared Iinn't studv. Don't think. None of the country. In his apartments In London on. us humbly beseech the Lord to so InA territorial dispute similar to that Mr. B. D. Ringo, Hartford, was in one occasion ho received a young cline the hearts of the people unto to give you the very best work for these are easy. O my son I You have In Venezuela, but In which this counclergyman, "Somo friends and Him that He will not leave us nor. .very little money. Give us n call come Into a hard world. I know of town Tuesday. -LITTLE THINGS. Is far more directly concerned, Is myself," said the reverend caller, forsake Mrs, Mat Ham, Owensboro, has re try us as a nation, but will con- -, aoc when In need of any kind of print- only one easy place In It and that Is Ladias ribbed vest critical without "bavo tlnue to us His mercy and protecting embarrassment, turned home from a visit to her sister rapidly approaching the ing. grave." Henry WardBeecher. the . asc . . Misses corsets stage. That Is, the question of the evolved what we aro positive Is a care, guiding us in the path ot Mrs. A. D. Taylor. 15c The election of town officers TuesBelt buckles line between Alaska and perfect system, by tho operation of Miss Sallle Coleman, Hartford, has boumlry prosperity and happiness, imYou Can Relieve asc day resulted as follows: J. A. ThomBering British Columbia. For several years which wo can win enormous sums at buing us with rectitude nnd virtue The testimonials published In behalf been visiting Miss Maud Taylor, sc as, T.J. Smith, A. J. Bell, George negotiation be- Monto Carlo. Wo havo raised 2,SldcMombs has been a matter of ' of Hood's Sarsaparilla. They are South Beaver Dam for the past two it 250,000, and wo want $280,000 more., and keeping alive within us a patriotand Sh'ejjihTlr pins . . jjfHIocdoz kleln, John E. Bean Trustees and J. tween the two Governments, by honest people, who have weeks. you to! ic love for the free Instiintion which deputed to Sewjgjanipede P. Carson Police Judge and J. P. written has been published on the sub- I have been (250,000, andask own exper. Mr. Jo B. Rogers will preach at the much sharo tbo have given to us our national heritfurnish the actually found in their Xl$ Stevens Marshal. ject. TJje letter nnd map which we winnings with us. I will, ot oourso, age. New zelpbry yarns, ,.-Idncc that Hood's Sarsaparilla purifi. Baptist Church Sunday. paj- on another page of New saxony yarns, reveal to you tho system on your, Court of Cltlms adjourned last Fri- es the blood, creates on appetite, Mrs. Sam French, Maxwell,' visited print "And let us also on the day of .'our leading shades $i features of the agreement to join us." New kid gloves, all day after transacting all business strengthens the system and absolute- her sister, Mrs. W. H. Austin, this per present the salient thanksgiving especially remember case with directness and lucidity, and" New handkerchiefs . . . . 5c to 35c that came before the body. Mr. C. Jenks, then a successful gambler, thepoor and needy, and by deeds of and permanently cures all diseases week. ly thirty-thirdegree, received, to be commended to careful conof the arc New large buttons. R. Campbell was elected as Poor-hou- mused bv Imnure or deucient mooa Mrs. J. R. Tnylor spent Saturday charity let us show the sincerity of sideration. As will be seen, there Is the proposition gravely. "Oomo to 5c to 35c New embroideries keeper. The board made an and Sunday with her son Mr. Fred our gratitude. Iu witness whereof I boundary my apartments again 15c nt present a bowyarn mittens Misses Hood's Pills for the liver and appropriation for building a new Taylor. ho said. The young clergyman wos have hereunto set my band and asc line, accepted aud contended for by Indies yam mittens els, act promptly, easily andeffective- fence around the Court House. Mr. Ion Rogers, who is attending "I propose to, caused the seal of the United States this country. It was laid down by thcro tho next day, proposition to, Ladles'crochet woolen skirts . . $t 35 Jy. school In Lebanon Ohio came home submit a counter to be affixed. Vncle WnrrnGrKI!n Ilenil. $1 00 of 185, between Russia the Treaty m Ladles woolen skirts you," said Jenks. "I will furnish, to vote. "Done at the city of Washington The hearts of our people were sad50 and Great Britain. It was accepted tho 1200,000, provided you.wm play, Hone U Jonnti. Ladles black hose A new side track is being laid bethis fourth day of November, in- - the Captain Ellis and Commonwealth 10c dened Sunday morning by the anfleeced hose -, and recognized without dispute by against n)o In London. Ladles I3y this oryear of our Lord, one thousand 'eight Uncle Warren Grif- Attorney Rowe and the Owensboro tween the Austin House and the de- Russia, by Great Britain by the Unit rangement yon will savo Ladles best black fleeced hose so to 40c nouncement that tho cxpenso, ninety-five- , pot. and in the sutler- - Messenger, r leaders," led the ot tho journey to Monto Carlo, which hundred nnd ed States, by the Hudson Bay Comhome knit box . , , 30 to 35c fin was dead. He had been .Men's Mr. H. D. Hunt Is erecting a Democrats to theslaughter. ; , ; 20 to 35c Ing for some time and the end was Dominion of Cana- for gentlemen ot tho tastes of tho one hundred and twentieth year of pany, and by the Men's cashmere sox . Francis Warren In the lauguage of Kolb, of Alabama, new brick building adjoining the da, down to 1887. Then the Cana- members of your party will bo ma- the indepeitdenogof the United States. Feather boa's, very stylish . , $i 00 not unexpected. ""GROVER CLEVELAND. of Hunt, Stewart and Leach. terial. I will glvo you proot that I By tho FrSTdetit. Griffin was born In Culpepper county, they ate agonizingly asking "where store dian Government suddenly discoverNews was received last week pf the ed am as solvent, it not moro so, than "RICHARD "OXMiYi Secretary of Virginia, June 15 1813. In 1836 he are we at?" Farmers and Laborers It was all wrong. They declared coming nuptials of Mis N. May that the Treaty of 1825 did not define the Monto Carlo corporation, and 1 State." , was married to Miss Mary 0. Utter-bac- k Journal, Owensboro, Ky. . a in nwi will afford you tbo samo facilities Mr.G.C.Mar-tln- . Friend. JefiersonvlUe.to and in the same year moved to the bou'udry correctly; it was ambig- - J that you would rccolvo there, better Buoklon'8 Arnica Salvo. The B. D. people extended to For Fnruiera to Htntly, Kentucky and settled in Ohio county uous, and was drawn by men who facilities evon, for tboro wilt bo no Tim Dust Saz,vb in the world for Three years ago 58 per cent of the Miss Friend tbeir best wishes. where he made his home until death. wo uts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt did not know what they were about. outsiders to hamper your players." The Bana is Still progressing, For example, It says the line shall He was a member of the Methodist wheat which Europe procured abroad Tho young clergyman, consulted Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, ChapChurch for 60 years of his life. His came from. America. Last year our Dout forget the Drama, which is to be run up Portland Channel, when It his associates, and thoy accepted. ped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Handoomo proposition. wife preceded him by several years, proportion had shrunk to 36 per cent. played Friday and Saturday Novemgoods really means Behra C'aannel. How Jonks' Piles, or no pay required. It is guarAttvh. contribution to the Eu- ber 15 and 6I having dledand was burled in Oakwood That is, our do we know the treatymakers meant apartments were prepared and the anteed to give perfect satlsfaculon or trial of tho porfcot system was motcy refunded. Price a; cents per in 1874. Mr. Griffin was the father ropean market is both absolutely and Behm when they said Portland? BeMrs. Jas. R.Goodloe, Afton, Va,, Is cause, say the Canadians, Portland begun. It ended after two days' and box. FOR SALE BY Williams & of five children, three of whom ore relatively declining. tf What Is the remedy for this? vl.itW her daughter. Mrs. Tno. T. Channel had not at that time been two nlgnts' piay. xdo sysiora was Bell. living, vl : W. H. Griffin. Mrs. Lou had tho (2,500,. Collins, and T. Larkln Griffin, There can be no remedy which looks Mcllenry, who has been quite 111 for named. Really, It seems, to a mere not perfect. Jenks T. 000. SALESMEN our ANTED patron- Z. Wayne Griffin and Mrs. Joplin to Europe. Europe will getbuy more several days past,' Yankee, strange that the negotiations "When you Improve tho system," it Yc want one or two GOOD having preceded him several years. wheat only when she can ol t.hat treaty should have mentioned ho said ta tho young clergyman and. do mm each county to take orders ago Revs.G J. Bean, J.S.Chandler and R. cheaply than it can be produced by thing, "I will The U. S. (JovH Reports by name, as a bad not yet received his friends tho samo again be at, your for a CHOICE lino of NUR8ERY ob- D, Bennett conducted funeral exer- Russian serfs and Indian riots. The terms." servlco on something that STOCK or SEED POTATOES. thow Royal Baking Powder a name I Strange, too, that the chancises at the Methodist Church at 1130 American farmer cannot hope to comWe Stock and Seed guaranteed; suptrter to nit ethers. Nlrnyctl p. m. Monday, alter which the re- pete on such terms with the foreign nel should not yet have been named From my farm near Hartford one give you steady employment with laid to rest beside those farmer who hires his labor for three mains were GOOD pay. It wlllcoit you nothing ' In 1825, when It was explored and CemeFor SAtB: One eomblnedsaddle named, by Its present name by Cap- red belts;,' a, years old, unmarked. to give it u trial. State when writcents a day or yokes his wife to the of his wife in Oik woo J Any oneJfincHug her will please ad ing which you prefer tosell. plow along side his oxen. If the harness and farm horse; 6 years'. tain Vancouver In 1793! Ex tery. dress uiaat Ccntertown, Ky., and I, to No. 0 Cmo Address, Thus ended the life of one of Ohio American farmer is driven out of the For further particulars call tterw-dres- s IIWKH NUKHEIir CO,. Grade cards atTiiK RrsruBMCAN will come after her Immediately. Tub RKrunucANt HaUecd, piartfefrd county's oldest And best citizens, a European market and that bo Is KOCEWEK, N, Yyt YouL.Truly, W. l Gopj Office. ,1 s eing driven out of It these figures Ky. of fashions. man lovpA.an respeeUd by all. Thftce-a-wt- c f I 4 t 1 HN . tfg,.- rfiSPa? .. AMaVatat m, .Ww .,:ci a Hv4)Vmwi. I . "l- " jineisip TUKICEPU'' fsv-nSfiTtfcfiUCnh-- JKtwttttt ytwfoofllfual to twWe fM .li uMM.lal, SLi'V. ..JMl momMpIhwh g Is hid behind tho of veil .. political ob- l j. scuniy. mtno iirm uil Fair Bros. & Co., however, is not bothered by any political drapery; and politics may come and "pol- w CREAM Bold BAKING The Clothes of the century those by Fair Bros. & Co. a. Ladies cloaks elegant In style and finish $3 to $10 at Fair Bros. & Co's. -- IHMtfR How did your best girl like that new suit you bought at Fair Bros. & Co's? Monday was n big day In Fair Bros. &Co's overcoat and cloak depart- i,m a J" may but (orover. We have again plenished our stock in all lines and are now prepared to fer to our patrons question he established, beyond must turn to the home market for relief. It would be well for him if he had turned to it long 'ago Instead of blindly following the export Ignis fatuus. The foreign operative may or may not buy and consume the products of American farms; the American operative, better paid and fed, Is certain to consume them. The American operative docs not eat wheat from the Black Sea or Rio Plata, or cattle or beef from Australl-Ia- n ranges. He buys these things at home' and buys there, too, his milk and eggs and cheese ond vegetables. Thus It is that it Is estimated that while in England each factory workman consumes only (4 4a worth of products of American agriculture every year, each factory workman In Massachusetts cousums more than $90 worth of these American pro- T.ilil JOKE MISCARRIED.' Althoutth Ono of Iln.ro Pun Whon Buobosofully Operated. Il.nr roolel with tli. Wrong Woman Bh. Killed thi Mice and Maimed at nr. This Is tho story of n mouso and a lady. TI10 Indy's namo Is Miller, and Tho bIio lives on Chicago avenuo. mouse's nnmo Is unknown to tho po- -' lire, but It nlso resides on Chicago avenuo In tho samo house with Mrs. Miller. When old King Ramcscs wanted a Ilia Joker Ancient Wit. WS AW KOW 1H OOff .. NEW I QUARTERS oS fc- -' Cornor 3rd and St. Ann Street? (near court house) where wo 'wilt be pleased to show you the larg-est, finest and lowest price stock of FURNITURE in the State. We can-d- o you good. Come and X 1 see us. THE MARTIN & SMITH Zn-ju:r:ra.it"CL:- re Proprietor. ' EUGENE GASSEP COaTlFElOTIOaiTElEe fresh Bread, s getter bargains than Bead below the rare bargains in store. for you: (J&es, 1 - to-ni- (onfeelion&ry. 'HOT SHOTS, SAM JONES. t ht- Lah .,; , .A. Z 3 Wo guarantee to any farmer money that will come to for this line, I ' 3 n1-i- SOUTHWESTERN PDB. HOUSE, Globe-Democr- ....'. .... isc 8-- tho No you county can these goods cheaper We than you ly can in a nt j.t .high-hatte- d other-blessing- s t. ... ... al Ifc.' -( lloens?y i y's ' se d Bft d free-silve- fiee-sllv- Our stock contains many other bargains cannot which morition here. These havo been for tho Cash bought and will be sold at low cash prices. We solicit your all and will in our power to ll well-know- n tain it. FAIR BROS. & 00 Semple" i j iwnw. Wtw - I ..,. . .i . jiuin'ryi ,.. uXb&B&k' ftaiMqfy a J 8fi-fcs- e a k i - .Jii . , wMr!fflgmw!immHnmnmm?' ' I MENTAL TELEGRAPHY DID IT. In lETJf, however, the in- Tobln declared hovouId A Somnambulist Finds HU Wlfa Alive trepid Totn In Her Coffin. got tho bandit or loso his own llfo Friday, Novnitnun. 8, 1895. in the attempt. Tom prepared him f A strango psychological phenom- 'ABOKDilJSlJlUWS WTE, sclf for tho dosperato work ho had In I cnon is punllngtho rosldents oftMc- contemplatlon, and, lllto tho pan-i- , Donald, a small settlement in Fenn- BOlllnff tho Notorious Mozloon thcr, stealthily followed tho bandit's syivanin. 'thomns Wilcox camo to footsfeps, tin lit nt Innt he corralled that place from St. Louis several Bandit", 'Eoplnbea. him. Tho old mountaineer, after years ago and purchased a farm. " many Ineffectual efforts to track the Mrs. Wilcox's health was not very 'ftfilfaor of His floast-A- rt.r 'rW'TrWgiT-iXVi- i Cowatrtll IWdMf' SAMllft a M W illsMi monster where he could got tho drop good, but the couplo woro remarkThis ITa 11mm st ThUtlns; Oatlaw-niiC- rcr Ended b- - (tin Holon him, at Inst trailed him to a ably dovotcd to each other. Wilcox j las of MaaDtmlae-- r. for ! temporary camp ln tho foothills of is a somnambulist, and ofttlmes at night his wifo would dream of a cerdisthe range, whero ho accidentally Tho death recently at a rlpo old covered In a grovo of Cottonwood tain spot or place, and he, as under " ' SS&. ln the QWiaphf Tllero ' no ,h.t .gofTpm Tobln, ono of tho most tho thin column of smoko that curled influences beyond his control, would - Cordial, many aocallnl Boothlntf Sjrupa, anil DropV 1 Godfrey'celebrated" mountaineers of Now upward through tho trees from his arise and go to the scono if it was in iho opinion of thought- j tnoal remcdlu for children are corapoicd of opium or morphine) Mexico, recalls his killing of tho Uttlo camp-flro- . Ho had been oritho near by. lie could never give any notorious Mexican bandit, Esplnosa, bandit's trail for soveral days, and explanation of this action and was X Von Know that opium and morphine are atupef-lnnarrotl potent! ! in 1864, apparently much surprised when he when ho found his camp and discovXo Von ICiuivy that ln moat countrlea druggUta are not permitted toaell narcotic Tobln was an Irishman, quick ered that thero was but one of his awoko. Without labeling them poltoni During 0 recent thunder shower tempered, and a dead shot with re followers with him ho determined Tin Von Know that you ahoutd not permit any medicine to tie glren four child volvcr, rlflejor tho formfdablo liowlo that now was the timo to get his lightning struck tho Wilcox houso i unlca or your physician know of what It la cam posed knife. I know him wcll;howasa man. To capturo the two men allvo and passed through tho room In g which Mrs. Wilcox was sitting. frlond of Kit Carson, It. B. never entered the cautious brain of Yon Know that Caslorla I a purely vegetable preparation, and that a list of a For washing clothes or dolnr? housework. It rnn't tif. 4 Maxwell, Col. St. Vraln and all tho tho old mountaineer; to got them Though no marks of tho fluid could lta Ingredients published with crery bottle 1 -nanllcd. Trv It. Sold everywhere. Made onlv hv others of tho famous cotcrlo of old dead was much safer and easier. be found on her porson, says tho St. Xto Von Know that Castorla la the prescription of tha famous Dr. Samuel ritelier. Tho N. K. Fnlrbank Company, - St. Louis. trappers, pioneers and mountaineers When he had gotten within sure Louis Republic, sho had been struck That It has been ln use for nearly thirty j ear, and that more CaatorU la now sold than ;Xffifflxx)oMcxooooGPoc(xxxxQOffi whoso names aro familiar in tho distauco without having been oband tho result proved apparently of all other remedies for children combined I Y Mm.-..- . history of tho days of the border. served, he crawled Indian-fashiolaiai. ncr nusuanti was prostrated no Von Know that the Patent Offlco Department of the United States, and of Tobln was a small, wiry man, rather and, lying behind a frlpndly log, with grief and refused to believe her other countrlea, have Issued exclusive right to Dr. Mtcher and Ms to use the word under the,tvorago ataturo, as was waited patiently until the bandit dead, saying ho felt continually as if ii and Its formula, and that to Imitate them Is a state prison offense? " his famous compeer, Carson. Ho chief nroso to his feet, when, pulling she wcro colling him. He insisted was bravery personified; as quick as tho trigger of his rifle, Esplnosa fell that llfo still remained In tho body, one of the reasons for granting this gorernment protection n? Von Know-thawaa because Caatorla had been proven to be nbcolutcly an antelopo in all his movements. dead, pierced through the heart. A and the corpso was kept for burial linrtulcs? Ho would .fight at the drop of tho second shot, before the other bandit four days. Then the friends InsUted no Von Know that 35 aTCrnrjo doses of CaatorU are furnished for 33 hat If Insulted, yet ha was full of could recover from his surprise, on a funeral, and tho remains woro cents, or one cent a dcoe ? kindness, and nover permitted a quickly disposed of him, and tho laid to rest. After tho services, no Von Know that when poeaeasedof this perfect preparation, your children may man to go away from tils cabin old trapper had accomplished his Wilcox, who had passed three sleepbe kept well, and that you may have unbroken rest hungry orjn want of money as long mission. less nights, fell Into an exhausted TVell. tlicwo llllnrrn art worth knowlrg. They are facta. as bis own purse was full. To be ablo to claim tho reward slumber, ln which his friends left At tho time of tho acquisition by offered by tho authorities, Tobln him. 1 The Shortly after midnight he entered on CTcry the United States of Now Mexico had to provo beyond tho possibility Blurimtnrc o under the stipulations of tho of a doubt that thoso ho had killed ' a somnambulistic state, and, arising wrapper. Guadaloupe-Hldalg- o treaty In 1648, were tho dreaded Esplnosa and ono from tho couch, wont to a shed, there lived on the Conofos river a of bis band. So bo thought it best where bo procured n spade. Then Cry Mexican named Esplnosa, who after to cut off their heads, which he did, ho mado his way to thb cemotery, a and, packing them on his mule In a dlstancoof a quarter of a mile, where cplsodo In his career do . a wicked "TiT JifiT'liiriMi7m gunny sack, he took them in to old ho began frantically digging ot his vclopcd Into a notorious bandit, bo Massachusetts camo the scourgo of tho country and Fort afterward wifo's grave. Tho earth was looso Thero the ghastly and it did not require much labor. (upon whoso head, eventually, tho Fort Garland. government fixed a price. Ho re- heads wcro speedily recognized, but As ho n eared tho casket tho nerve T sided upon bis auce'-s- '. hacienda in whether Tom ever got the reward I tension increased, and, dropping his It uepcudi upon Hvvr .uul Who. yoa market jrour etitckrns and efc and tr Whom you spade, he began digging with both rend tneui I W ro 'a rye recti to ra of n sort of barbarlo luxurious easo am in doubt. Detroit Free Press. and eftfft, and have an tstabllshcd tradt and ana Mil linttf r, tha beat chance to make monev for We hands. When tho outer covering of atana II Idea, l'clu. Tallow, Ileau, Seeds, ail oar ti.mer. liar. Cram or anything todtpffS after tho manner of his compeers in mar veal, Potato. Wool, uatg io ship. Information cnreriQiix inrnisaea Quotations mailed rrjralarljr to tuose vho HOUSES AT FORTY MILE. tho box was removed, with superhucountry of tho .that enigmatical requeat It, aud liberal advaucea made on the largest consignments by man strength he wrenched loose the Aztecs. His wealth consisted of Are Built of Logs and Moss and HERNDON-CARTE- R CO cover of tho coffin, and, placing his sheep, cattlo and horses, with a Keep Out the Intense Cold. . LOUISVILLE:, KY. 313.31C.317 A310MURRELLC0URT. ar'ms around tho body, raised It to n called peons a host of semi-serfCapt. George W. Morgan, of Forty sitting posture. There was a faint custom long sinco abolished by tho Mile Post, in a recent communicagovernment. tion to the Alaska News, predicts gasp, tho corpso opened its eyes, "Bread is the Staff of Mfe," shriek, and fell In 1848, almost immediately af tor that tho wonderful Yukon district, gavo on the ratification of tho treaty by tho which has been developing rich ores, heavily back into tho casket. The United States senate, Esplnosa will be found to bo particularly rich shriek nwoko Wilcox, and ho found made the acquaintance of an ad ln coal. Pelly river, which flows Into himself standing in an open grave venturous American, who with hun the Lewis at old Fort Selkirk and over tho body of his wife. The ends dreds of others had been followers forms tho headwaters of tho Yukon, of his flngors wcro raw and bleedof the army in the Mexican war, or has been prospected moro or less for ing, whero ho had scraped tho soil had emigrated from the states to several years with fair success, es- from tho ca9ket. Thero was the rustle of a pleco of cloth and then it seek tholr fortunes in tho nowly -pecially tho bars. ONLY dawned upon him that his wifo was SGrXnysTtinm PER POUND CAN. but wonderfully over-rateThe town of Forty Mile, In latialive. Quickly he carried her to a territory. Tho Mexican don and tude sixty-fou- r For sale by Stevens &.Rlal. Hartford. Ky degrees, twenty-fiv- e this American adventurer becamo minutes, fivo seconds, and longitude neighboring farmhouse, where tho fast friends apparently; tho latter, one hundred and forty degrees, frightened Inmates administered upon earnest solicitation, making thirty-on- e Will open tho Fall Term Tuoeday, SojUcmbor 3, 1805, and continue 18 minutes, seven seconds, Is Such restorntives as thoy had at his homo with the former, at his situated on an island at the mouth nana. Classes tituiienls may enter nt any time. weeks. Faculty When Mrs. Wilcox was sufficiently v beautiful ranch in tho mountains. of Forty Milo creek, where tbo creek to suit all. said tho last sho reThero was living with her brother, empties into the Yukon. The town recovered she Courses Teachers' Dusincw, Claical, Scieniifio, Telegraphy, Mutie. membered was sitting in a chair In Don Esplnosa, at tho time, a dark-eyeis on the west bank of tho Yukon, Terms reasonable. Addrew, fc bewitchingly beautiful young and is in tho Northwest territory the room of her house until sho was awakened by an oppressive effort to girl, about seventeen years old, with twenty-thre- o IE?.. and one-hamiles .... whom tho too susceptible American from the Alaska lino by way of breathe. Trying to raiso her hand I'reaitlcnt. HARD1N8DURG. KY. Lr fell desperately in love. His affecForty Milo creek, ond thirty-nin- e andTen-rStion was reciprocated by the maiden miles to tbo lino by going down tho in a degreo possible only to tho class Yukon to Boundary creek. It has over her that sho was burled nllvo. 10 a that one moment of supreme ag- from which sho sprung deep, pasQ)QIT. now one hundred and twenty-on- o 1: iff' I1P!I sionate and earnest. This fascinathouses, most of them being cabins A A A i Somebody will get this magnificent present I'RpE and ever) body Al. tr ing young American bad brought built of logs, but very com- and made one great mental call on y tf who makes a purchase of $3 or over will have a chance to get it; the ',wlth him from his own homo In one fortable. The first round of her husband for help and fainted drawing to beheld January 1, 1896, before a committee ol Owens, 01 tno JMow England states a large logs is put solidly on tho away. Mr, Wilcox remembers nothing of the occurrence from tho timo amount of coin in gold and silver, ground, and on top of each succeedboro's representative citizens, at the and very foolishly making tho Mexi- ing round of logs, after thoy havo ho retired until ho found himself can his confidant, told him of bis been hown or straightened, thero is standing inliis wifo's grave. One flight, after the laid a heavy coating of moss. When wealth. Physicians say tho electric bolt American had retired to his room the next round is notched it is put stunned but did not kill, though tho adjoining that of his host, ho was In place on top of the moss, and so trance was so like death as to bo surprised in a short time by discovThey claim that on until the top is reached. Then ering a man standing over him, poles aro put in for tbo roof, moss is the resurrection was the result of 5 whose hand had already grasped tho laid on top of them, and over tho mental telegraphy, the thought of buckskin bag lying under his pillow, moss Is thrown mud or diet. As the wife impressing Itself upon the containing a large amount of bis tho heavy weight settles tho moss is mind of the husband. A complete line of Deb Room, Kitchen, Parlor, Office, Dining Room 3BLy- gold and silver. He sprang from pressed and makes the cracks beand School Furniture with Prices lower than ever before. We can sell Write your name and address on a postal card, send it to Geo. W. Bcs bis couch and fired his pistol at ranDE CAREFUL OF YOUR CARD. tween tbo logs airtight. Tho winyou a bed room set for $10 50, or a sideboard for the same price, which will dom in tho darkness. Don Esplnosa, dows aro put in double, thus formRoom 2, Tribune Building, New York City, and sample copy of TUB It These, however, are just Promiscuous Distribution May make you feel good every time you look at it. for it was ho, being slightly ing a space for dead nlr which keeps NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE will be mailed to you. Lead You Into Trouble. samples of our unequaled bargains, of which we have an immense House full wounded, either enraged or frighttho frost out. Old prospectors say A no w sort of swindler has arrived The' finest line of parlor suits, Ploor and Swinging Rackets, Desks and ened, stabbed with his stiletto tbo that theso aro tho very best houses and seems to bo doing quite well. Book cases ever in Owensboro. COURTEOUS and LIBERAL TREATyoung man, whom he had invited to that can be built to keep their inSmall Investmonls. his bouse 03 his guest, the blade mates warm. At present thero are Ho is remarkably well dressed, and MENT, FAIR and HONEST Dealing, STYMSH and Goods. entering the heart, killing him al- at Forty Mile one store, one hotel, meets his victim in swagger restau The VERY LOWEST Prices. Returning prosperity will mako many riob, but no where can thoy make rants most Instantly. so much witiiin a short .timo as by succoteful Speculation in Grain, Proviso two restaurants, one bakery, three at thoand cares. He Is embarrassed loss of his pocketboolt. Ex' ion and Stock. Tbo report of tbo American's soloons, a small brewery and one gotten up, with a diamond pensively pistol-sho- t awakened tbo other blacksmith and tin shop. The sup- Or two for show, FOR EACH DOLLAR Invested can bo mado by our says tho New York members of the household, who ply of bachelors is large. World, ho asks for tho ioan of fifty Systematic Plan of Speculation came rushing into tbo chamber just cents. "It's embarrassing, but any Whenever the little children, the laas the Mexican's victim was breathoriginated by us. All successful speculators operate on a regular system. ing bis last. Among them was tbo dies or the big men want something gentleman is llablo to be put in such It is a well known fact that thero aro thousands ot meu in all parts of the to regulate their liver cure constipa fix." sister of Esplnosa, who, throwing ation and biliousness, or Bell' Tiny United States who, by systematic trading through Chicago brokers, make Dr. fiXr The man approached generally ,oaisville ""to largo amounts erory rear, ranciog front a low thousand dollars herself upon tho dead body of her Tonic Tablets is what they must have roan t. gives up the money, as much, perlover, poured forth bitter curses They cure and you never feel it. KlH who mvests a hundred or two hundred dollars up to SGO.OOf to 8J0O.O00 or wf'J t s J haps, to get rid of tho fellow as for upon her brother for his deed. rarely vegetable. moro by those who invest a low thousand. 0. wi 35c a vial Z. any other reason. "Would tho Esplnosa saw at once the tcrrlblo Wayne Griffin & Bro. It is also a fact that thoee who make tho largest proGts from com pari lender give the borrower his card? email investments on this plan aro persons wholivo away from Chicago I 41 JH position in which he had placed !.. Pa For Salr: One combined saddle He'd like to send tho money in tho 11 iritiinai.. und invests through brokers who thoroughly understand systematic trading. himself, and then and thero evidentOur plan does not risk tho wholo nniuuut invested 011 any trade, but ly dotermlned to becomo an outlaw harness and farm horse; 6 years old. morning." "Certainly," and with many protestations of thanks tho covers both sides, to that whether tho market rieos or fails it brings a steady in fact, as he could framo no excuso For further particulars call on or adOwensboro, fraud takes It and disappears. profit that piles up enormously in n short timo. or think of any palliation for bis dress Tin? Rerunr,iCAN, Hartford, V Later ln the day, WRITE FOR CONVINCING PROOFS, also our Manual ou success"' awful act. no therefore hid himself Ky. tf home, tho obliging when he arrives Ky. poiuters lul speculation and our Daily Market Report, full of man prepares to in tho recesses of the mountains Highest ret Our Manual explains margin trading fully. ALL FREE. Kver person, big, little, old or dress for dinner, but can't find his,, near his home, carrying with him Is prepared to do all kinds o Painless Cenistry a Specialty. erences in regard to our standing and success. r . his 6ack containing the young, black or white, rich or poor, evening garb. Ho inquires, and Dental work at reasonable prioes. C2.G mo who has ever used Dr. Bell's Pine learns that a For further information address gentleman American's money. Our celebrated Crown and Bridge Office over J, W. Ford & Co's Tar Honey pronounces the best Work or Teeth without Plates applied THOMAS & CO., Bankers and Brokers, Several years passed beforo tho cough and Itlng teniedj'it on earth had presented a card. Tho card has Feed Store. n request that tho dress suit bo given without pain and guaranteed to give 241-24voluntary bandit could gather It's true, too, so we guarantee, Itialto Building, Chloago, 111. perfect satisfaction. to the bearer. It was tho pasteObluinry Mollcea. around him a sufficient number of Z. Wayne Griffin & Dro. board he had given the fraud, who Obituary notices will be charged Gold Crowns $5 to $7 outlaws and refugees from justice to had penciled tho request himself. for at the rate of 5 cents per Jine. It Porcelain Crowns . . . . . $3 to f 4 EAST BOUND dialy daily enable him by force of strength to Ojm subscription list is increasing Best set of Teeth (no betjer made no I.OL'INVII.I.K.NT. I.OHln .fcTJCX. ,lt Sometimes tho request is changed, is customary for all publications to No. 52. No. 54. defy tho authority of law. When he every day. People are just beginmatter how much you pay) . , $8 ana the scamp Is allowed to "look charge for such I,v. Henderson . . 7 20 a in 2 55 p m daily daily. had succeeded In this and surWESTBOUND matter. These rates A Good Set $6 Basketts , . . . 7 34 a ra 3 10 p ra No. S3. No. si. rounded himself with a band of des- ning to appreciate The Republican's for an umbrella ho left in my room." will be adhered to without discrimi$1 up I,v. Spottsville . . . 742 a in 3 i6"p'iu Anything he can find of value ho ap- nation, so please take note of it and Gold Fillings U. Louisville 6 30 p in 7 30 a m peradoes and who bold and out epgken principles. Platinum Alloy $1 a 50 a raj 23 p m Rends propriates. Ky. Street . . . 6 45 p ra 7 45 a m don't be oflended when we present Silver clung to bis standard of crime, be a 75c r 58 a 111 3 30 j ra Worthlngton West Point . . 7 25 p m 8 25 a m When your child is eating an 1 our bill. Count six words to the line. Extracting, per tooth becamo the terror of tho whole When the children drink bad water 25c 8 66 a ra 3 37 P m Stanley . , Howard . . . . 7 30 p m 8 28 a tu Oi , , 11 Painless estrctlflg with Vitalized region of New Mexico. Ho made his He or a piece of bread put one of Or. and eat too much green fruit, or have Griffith . . 809 a 111 3 41 p ra Willowdale , . 7 39 p m 8 37 a in Whenever a Air headquarters in the almost inacccs here Js aa'y constipation" here it will the stomachache or dlarrhcca lrom has something diugglst tells you he 50c 8 17 a ra 3 47 p m Mattingly . . Rock Haven . 7 47 p m 8 45 a m justas good lorcoughs, PAINI.KSS EXTRCTING by the any cause, you needn't be alarmed grip, etc., os Dr. slble fastnesses of tho Sangro da pass offjust as easy. A" dealers sell . 8 30 a in 4 00 p ra Owensboro . Long Branch . 7 55 P m 8 53 a m Bell's PineTarllons use of our Vitalized Air PUEE when 0 d HJ2 4 g8 P m Pates . . . , Brandenburg . 8 04 pin 9 02 a m Lnrlsto range of mountains, from them at 3.1c a vial. Z, Wayne Griffin about them.of If you will get a 25c or ey don't you believe it, for ve guar- - Artificial Teeth are ordered. bottle Dr. Hell's AntM'lux 50c . '. 8 55 a Powers . . m4 20 p ni. Ekron . . . , 8 13 p 111 9 11 a m which secure point he. made M3 al- &Uro, Gold Filling in your Artificial Teeth they will be at play in half hour after ante that is is not ttue. We make Walttnan , . Gustoti . . . . 8 21 p ra 9 19 a m 205,nraTM9P,. ways successful raids. lTo robbed the first dose. Z. Wayne Griffin & the genuine ond uilhotlzc all drug . same as your natural Teeth. Lewisport 9 13 am 4 36 pm Irvingtou . . . 8 30 p nt 9 30 a m gists to guarantee it. The 1,. the orerland coaches, tho freight Bro. . , 0 19 a ui 44-- . P m uiycc "Thls Offlco Pormauantly Webster . . . . 8 38 p m 9 39 ra Sutherland Co., Paducah, Ky. caravans to Santa Fe, and tho I'afcon . . a 45 p ra 9 47 a in 9 23 a 111 4 45 p m Lodlburg For o!e by Gull 1 &B10 Vi Looatnd. Grade cards at Tim Rmpiwmcan ranches of tho wealthy Mexicans. Petrie . '. A , , 9,29 a in 4'5i P m" onk oivks mantr. 8 55 p m 9 56 a in Pierce Office. Ho stole horses, cattle, sheep, or For Nnl. Sample uawcsviuc t. " 0 i' 9 00 p ra 10 00 a m One scholarship in the Lexington anything clso ho could utilize. If Skillman , , j948i!iH5!09P;m Stophensport 9 09 p m 10 09 a ra Good Old C amy MetoaH, 86 years $50. Business College. Call at this office $50 Shops . . . murder was necessary to completo THE ui 00 a 111 521 p ra . 9 14 p ra 10 14 a 111 Aciuison for particulars. It will pay you. IGCJDEHT8 OF LIFE old, liviug at 618 Monroe street, W will give a iclolantitp (mod tf Holt . . . H 9 17 p ra 10 20 a m Cloverport . . f ioo5ain524 pm his work, ho nover for a moment Ky., says that Dr. Bell's Pine for a complete course In either Holt . . . 10 20a m 5 3j pm Cloverport . hesitated. Kidnaping, too, was 9 28 p m 10 33 a ra I'llrmt ItrlllnaT I'llrai. Write to T. 8. Qtnircir, department of tho Columbian Tar Honey is the best grip cure, Addison . Jo 23 a'ra 540 p rat Symitoms Moisture; Intense itchShops . . ono of his favorlto pastimes, but ho 9 31 p ra 10 37 a in Drawer IS), Chicago, Secre- cough, lung and bronchial Dullness College, value 830 00, remedy ing and Mlngingimo.st at nightiworse Skillman . . 9 43 p ra 10 50 a m Stephensport , .iio28am 45Pm tary of the Bran Accident to the person seudlng us the best never carried off to his rendezvous that ha been offered to the people f; w'n'm '." IA'1 a . Sample by scratching. If allowed to continue Hawcsville Company, for Information 9 54 p m ii 03 a ra vrlzlnal copy or design, sltoSxf any other than tho most beautiful of life . Guaranteed by, Z, Pierce . . , 57 AW . rtjardlug Accident Insur during her o.4l?-.Inches, for a newspaper advertumors form, which often bleed und Petrie . . . 1002 p ra 11 09 a in the New Mexican girls. Thoso he r ance. Mention this paper. Wayne Grjffin & Bro. Lodiburg 10 49ia'ni ttoSn m tisement school, hofprn ulcerate, becoming very sore. Swank's I'alcon . . . 1007 p ran 1 15 a 111 . it. -- . rl kept in I1J9 mountain den for ran-soBy ao dolnr vou can M '. . January 1st., 1804. We touch . .. t'iSW7KBn,6 1,4, P w WeWter , , 10 12 p nt 11 19 a in Cayce To our VrlriHla. Ointment stops the itching and bleedmembership fee. Mas paid prer (000.000.00 (or business without toxt hooka. or for a moro horrlblofato. Irvtiigton M "if OS. II W afaft I UI Lewlsport . 10 18 p 111 11 25 a nt ing, heals ulceration, and in most We hope that all who are interested accidental injuries. Actual business, from start to OustQtil?.- Esplnosa soon) became as dreaded Waitiuati . At drugcases removes the tumors. helping us to pu-- h the circulation 10 25 p tu 11 33 a 111 flnllb. Superior Instruction In Do your own Aient, Ekroir . . . ii 22 a in 6 48 p m in New Mexico as was "Jauguln," Dr. gists, or by mail, for 50 cents. Powers . . . 10 tc ri 111 11 J4niu O Hilt KKl'UDUCAN up to what it booklceeplnir,rninanlil, Jlu'l. T'f it n fn.f cR n m KO M8DICAI, RUMINATION REflCIUHn . J V VV Pates . . . Swaync& Son. Philadelphia. ,tho scourgo of California. 10 48 p m 1156 a should be, will do what they can in nets Law, Hanking, Correjpou-dancSo Long Branch Owensboro . jo. 59 p uua 06 p in ti 39 a ra 707pm the way of seeming subscriber 1. Grammar, Shorthand notoriously did ho dovelop in tho LfLEMimTFLEPHONE Rock Haven 11 47 a ra 7 14 pm' and Mattingly . Call attention to the amount of U gap ufia 18 p ra, 33 number and enormity of his crimes, 11 53 am 7 3 pm Willowdale, and railroad office practice. Fivo Si Griffith . . 11 Tl u 1 a 33 pm home news we publish every week, , fUspt-- J . k3M .out--lojnrlit,tior--v.BorQ-a- lt . Miioruunirr that tho government offered a largo in expert instructor-- . Enter anr Howard . . Stanley . , 02R8Jrrra1H37pm is 02 p ni'7 30 P m" and write us short and spicy news O !.!time, Gradnatsi assisted to reward for him, dead or alive. Few iiez HTUC Westroint . I3 05ppi7 35pn Worthlngtbu itfeinfi I335pm ilar. DUCFH items lrom your neighborhood. AnuU suhL frain S)3 lu (30 perall lb positions, Catalogue free. Any wero thero among the bravo mounmJ to Oa in a n jurccr. ia4Sllm8. 15 . . J 1 .VI ti in 13 m Reads on from 10 to 80 earmold way 'ln la.lram.oIl. pa tors. ?o BUhlort. ""'K.,J?OTD tain men who dared rlsjc bis capturo, Oomplata, tat Spottsville H 45"P W 13 53 p m A"- U Louisville 1 oojjni.8 30 p ra foa Msricuaa cah. eompats. Writs at once to b pot op bf anr oaa, bm when bup4 Ota and for near'y ten years ho con- i Al &TamcJ H. Q. Monpui?, O. I'. A., .DOReaS 11 53 p m ia 59 p ra Basketts Dmr out of ordjr, M lplrU, IwU Ilia lockear & Wilson, Proprietors. W.I.SN VI1FI1 u ri LouJavlJle, Ky. I Third A Mala St. Kvanivllle, Jna , tinued IjJLhJj.dccdvpCxriblfiQ.u fl7h HirrTw- - ft 'CsSSi'lW efiiaibis, S. Ar.Hcadcrgon 13 10 a ro 1 15 p m Hartford Republican fawry. I I IriKl 1 1 1 N Fil " " fiSmm l' wWt)SP xn5" jSltSSwKjJ -- Utnllw ah 'P X -- infante nndOhlldrOT. -, OOlCrS - '"J "jdteSR RP I VM fl (U OTH E RS, Do You Know n' -; life-lon- lo ydlETTEL iiSy soar I fc. M '111 .iwlJI jMarraa 1 r SSff l&tm Cn-ttor- lu t 7k Children for Pitchqr'o Castorla. fi WwMamsmtk n MMmmm:: '.I IN POULTRY. L ft JSmtfggL Ballard's Obelisk alaffig S d The Purest- Strongest and Best. 25c sented bv Repre- "UAElSQN & dO. BRECKINRIDGE- -- w "af Wtiau'r.'SWl -- fircl-cla- m. d, lf IE. S303E3C.OSSLXJ2E.X"3?, Lffl An glegant gill? Uphosiered V.einOQQ.ny KcmOr -- - o n fcha rn s Mi UBffl ff Mi uiri &&,& UM fi. mm AND A LABILE When if eomes to fturnitcire we are in the Iead. MM T HOUSE EPUBUCm $1-2- . rAdvazice HARTFORD R KPUBL1CAN, lira. i3C-irti:or,ca- ONEYEAR Well-Mad- e SI fOfTIS LOUISVILLE FURNITURE HOUSE, ' B. S. WOLF.llS W. Main, Owensboro. $10 I!,?. S. W'iTl 'prS' Ce fojr-th- weniai Wist 1 1 1 DENTIST. Mvi W rnonoy-makio- d 2 s, -- . n-- , RI P ANS 11 i jh ...... . '.. IN TUITION tjy , .' 111" . for-oa- n - Jit 11 .iiii'opm ?;ffl;. llu JlIkoi mrO .tmwf WTTN rr") Trpe-wrltln-- ;, lMtantl)i-JI-ll-roa-n- u. 4-- . X1JI lia Children Cry for prat Lrt.r-,pTdtU- - j Pitcher's Castorla. J If . "s . V. $!&&&& afeJ- -