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Will mmaimm'mmfmmmktammimaamaim-iitHimmammamm- K?" plnh Mixture A KS ji Vrr OWEN3 rjKL 4fl Gj.: fc " ft vST MB ChlMieiTe MMIelna Kr Every home should hvt butile of "3 HP "l Pink Mlnlure for Teething Troubles N.pUI. ... , Jp fet' lMri. boMtytlKMhn. ! No harmful dtez En- piiylcUt ancfavtr - t. ..oioOOo. BotuU. Wb Jk 3 Sfllt a The . Haetded mi--L OFFICIAL ORGAN Of THE FART? in,!,,,., ma . ii imO iiiiwi win i f.. , ail . l , i .. . .1, 1HHE r your. ana,. ana n Of. adjsta- -.2T.-- pha FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, vulJ- The Lexington wf V1UV&5 HARTFOKD, KY., FEIDAY, NOVEMBEK 15, 1895. Blackburn would control a caucus, which hi turn would control the , NO. 16. Latest U. S. Gov't Report lections at. ,;. . ed to. OfO' votion of a Teac trustee, and T7 JT .,.-- . ft 7tvu --.35,,,,, . ,,iK.:.$- ,, , .. - .li sHCKein,,jtlm. . r.- - Jyf ar - sp j J Buste College, tiNconrort. HOWITWAS DONE BoyTpacheaa MlrclVant How . to ;Build a Buslt'iesa. PItlATEUH INK Till! GOI.tlEN Ki:Y. 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XSf a doing too caa lUf paUl o.tr (000,000 00 for Iuor un Be your own Agent. SO U8DICAX, EXAillHATlON KSQCIHSA lls! 'ara,' ivvV' v3Nr W W DV MAIL 0AsoBr,i3w(nisl5tAnHI U.W.r.3NYDI ItrfXtJI rTHUH3TmAIMOHCAWt REDUCED TREATED PHtNT3 OLKft I. & y - Wffi S . u.,r-y iCMSSSifiS t DENTIST. In prepared to do Dtrnul worU Office over Food Store. t TflkonMt prides. J. W. Ford & Co' SALESMEN to tako order ill kiMlti w MENin ANTED cool) county - Wnunntrtin nrtun 0001) ii p w 'Jfe .V ' ri...r'nriir!i.- r Tcnnssvnv POTATOE. ffTOCK or SEED We Stock nntl Seed guaranteed. give Toiietcady omplojmotit with GOOD fay. It willcoat yen uatlilng titato when writto give it a trial, ing which you prefer tosoll, to No. 9 O.mo Addrew, HWKfi NURSERY CO,. KocnraTER, N. Y. ' v u - licPo'nij!iin Qi1arwft7Rn nml ATnAnbpn TifinsA ibeaiiy.pnsUiuu. fincloso relercnco yi5li5Hsidilr9S8oil stamped onveloved fVimnnntv Third Floor, IMOt Chicago ' trustworthy Several WANTEDi or lal's to travel in for citablhhcd, reliable 113. tin nd woman la tho Untt4 tba Oplnra and WhUky kabtta to biT oii of my booka on tbata all am. AdJrl& B. H.b Wooller. Atlanta, Ua. wlu unt you Int. Box MS, and Btn I WAST tataa tutrMi(t Id ' llirirnlir, Olilo ASoulliw'catrrii K.R. I V She Best Line between ,, i; Louisville ; Memphis. AKP Also from and to Cincinnati Do U(Yt and Evnnsvillo, puteltascQ Ticket Jipfrh, East, South orWoBt Until jou liaveconsuUe.! au Agent I k cf the CJQS&S.W.R. inMHWW ' lIMtVHD'TItAlNS, JIUFPRT !" H. SI.UEPSR8, HODHftNQUIl'HKNT o:r - BqjjQW,, '- ' ' B- - Ivnch, ,w AV Oak. Mm-.- ' den. FaM.Aet. -'- " LQUISVILLB. JtV. ft Blackbura'in their imagination and to their heatt's content. It is a harmless amusement, recalling the Kings and Queens, Knigt. ErrntiU and great discoverers who haunt the mad houses; a harmless play, which, in a little while must play out. The whole scheme of political as-.- ' ceadency Is a delusion and a snare. Since the June Convention there has, bteu no hope for Blackburn. In that body he was nof merely defeated but his cl'lms oi superiority at by his own party. Sines then he has been conducting a mere guerrilla warefare. He has been in revolt ngalnst the highest party authority, and his forces have been dwindling away. All he can Is twentyeighs In a couinund body of one hundred and thirty-eigelectors; yet he puts forward his old demand and makes his old prophecies of success with the same assurance's when he came to Ken tucky to nrny the wholeStateagainst the national Democratic administration on the financial issue. But he imposes on no one He stands in a new light before his own people. Thty recall his overthrow at the convention, and they begin to realize how destructive it was. He chose twice his own battleA Hoiiatholtl D. V. I'uilcr, ot Cauajobarte; N. field, and twice he has been defeated. Y.. says that he always keeps Dr. All that remains now is to deterraiue Discovery intfce honse how many and who of the twenty; king's nd his family has always found the eight will be Blackburn's January.- - Louisville-Po- st. very best results lollow its use; that wnuld not be without it, il procuric Sutherland's Ragle Kyc Salve Is able. C. A. Dykeman Druggist, new and original in style ot package Catskill, N Y., says that Pr. Klna and medicinal qualities. It Is not ou-l- y t a cure for all kinds of sore eyes but New Discovery is undoubtedly Cough remedy; that he has used Is guaranteed to give satisfaction as anointment for old sores, piles, etc. it in his family for eight years, and Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. . it has never failed to do all that is claimed for tt. Why not try a remedy "lloiTto'Cnre all Hkt lrUea.' Simply apply "Swaytfo'S Ointso long tried and tested. Trial botNo tle free at Williams & Dells Drug ment."Cures internal medicine requir cd. tetter, eczema, itch, vu Store. Regular size sac and 1.00 eruptions on the face, nose,"" &c.,leav - i mg the skin clear, white and healthy lllackburii n Myth, Its There is a tradition that there ouce are great healing- and curative powers txusessea oy no other remedv lived In Kentucky au aspiring poliAsk your druggist for Swaynb's tician named Dlackburn.who ImaginOlNTMBNX. 34 iy- ed that he was a bigger mail than nrnilloy for I'rexltlvDI. old Grover, bigger even than the The result of last Tuesday has mote Democratic party, bigger than a ot a slgulficancc to the politicaUuture State Convention, bigger even than ol Bradley thanjhc mere fact of his the State Itself, s.veeplng the State for Govenor. lie And so it was believed by his folis occupying u vantage point that no politically he was imlowers that other man living in the United Stated mortal. Patties might sutler delcat. hold to day, and by the eternal we are Tammany be scattered and the Frank, for Bradley for President in '96. ex fort Regency go down ii a crash of cepting no one. Some newspapers matter and a wreck ot worlds, but have mentioned hiiu as a probably that on these uulvcml rulps Joe c imlidate for the Vice Presidency, Blackburn would stand crect'to thun Tne Mtuationjiut rtt preseuc Is such But crime ol 1873. der against the that it makes it necessary for Ken. even this mystical person disappears tucky Republicans to drop out of criticism, and his btfore modern view (he Vice Presidency for Bradley be-- a mete delu. strength is shown to and make a fight to place him at the gjon, weighed In the balance agn!ost head of the ticket in tjie national con(election returns uiiu cum ftmiiaiiia, Is' test next lajl. Col. Bradley Only a little while ago the High one of the brainest men in the RepubPriests ol the Blackburn myth were lican party, and will be tho most s proclaiming his elevatiou to the available mm in '96 As a states predefined from the b g cn'ng, man he is the peer of McKinley or and In deference to the skepticism ot any other 1:1 9 n in the United States. an unbelieving age these worshipers With Bradley at the lead of the ttcktt designed to give the maglc.il figures taerecan be nq defeat for the Repub '50" as the power through which licans. Not only would Kentucky HELP 19 OFFERED give the matchless orator a majority Trr nerrous, exhauttwl, wvnun nuITerlnir double that by which lie has already from"feroJacompUlnt"or'TPclnoBa. Ail curled the rock ribbed Democratic PaIdj, bearing-dowactuation, nod inflammations ars relloved and cvitxo by Dr, Stite, but he would move tho change lloroo' Favorito rroacrlptlon. lulher bouth arid pluck from the dlr. UavJtnUwn, Fa. dem of tlit "solid south" another .WOnLD'sUiarxNaAnTMcsiOAi.AuociATioir, uunaio, fi. m.i uniumen we cannot star by wbecltnguiessee Into line luotciontlr thank yqu for for a RepubltcarMctory. Bradley, tuo gTcat amount ot Don eflt tnr wife received from i from, a geographical pojot of view as tho un of your medlciao, ' Uf nua nad a dm caaa or irell as Irom hMnpowetful strength l.ueorrhea, and ah uavu Dr. l'lenVa turprlte 1T0 from other cusweratlous, is the Wjst icrlmloa for It, I CAnnot r rabo It aatxiv. Ita value, nun, the strongest man, the ablest jt diLUirbter who hmro luui been poorlr orvr.a man and the Gtctt man. We arc for oir aha u Ullnor tbo Bradley for fcFayorlt rV:(TlpUou.' President first, last and and la alreadr IceUna bolter, aftet Uklns; two bot- - nil the time, and no minor plocn on Mas. BmoHsxicf. the ticket will MtUfy us Hall the cliVajuU! Greet ttNa. ' KtU:ky CURE prison of beat out flagRepublicanism, (tt who will to victory were.-scoutey ht ut y v the-beaSen-ate.a- . ' competition." "On paying cash you wjll be able to get the very lowest prices lrotu your wholesale dealer so that you can not be undetsold, and by equate dealing a customer once made is nev erlost, and by liberal advertising you let the people know what you have to sell. If you haven't given much attention to this matter you have but little idea ol the effect oi advertising. When the hard wotking farmer markets hia crop and comes to town to buV a bill of goods, his good wife invariably insists on trading with the house for which the local papers carry the largest and bett displayed advertisements and not without good reason, for the business which adver. tiafl liberally will alwaya carry the newtatand latest assorted stock to- accomodate the rush it is sure to have. I was once In the retail basinets in an Indlaua town and a lazy boy gave me a pointer to which 1 at tribute my success in business. He came into my store one morning and wanted to clerk for me. f knew that he was a ahrewd, osbetving boy, but he didn;t love work and I suggested that probably the Iyd firo!., who were doing a ruvhlng business a couple of squares below me, might give him a job." "Shucks," said he, "they keep the papers full ot advertisements and the tnsli down there would run a Icilow todcath. No sir, I don't want a job tn that store' I felt chagrLied tlut a lazy boy in search of an easy place had observed the eflect ol a business policy that I had entirely overlooked and I went immediately to thenfiices, of both" thfc local papers and took nil to 'al the space I could induce-thelow me, and right there 13 where I began to climb the hill." The young merchant thanked the wholesalcdealer for his advice and insured bltn that he would follow his 15x. "xaraple "What do yon'regatd'aa the chief s factors in building up a retail in the lace of sharp couipctl-lion,?- " asketl a young inetchant, Irom northern Ohio of the head ol the firm ot the largest wholesale dry goods house in Cincinnati, from which he had just purchased ft large bill of goods, "A Cash basis, fair dealing and lib. earl advertising," said the wealthy wholesale dealer, and on this founda tion you can build up a retail business that has nothing to car from bual-dcs- Stile" j Sanludrim. "Plft" was the Rltlbboleth of this strange sect, and so up and down the Stnte they wandered, muttering fifty, fifty, fiity, us the barls of their faith. Credulity is infectious, but to be efficacious It must be sustained for a given length of time. Confidence staggers even those who know better, for in the political world all things are uncertain. , But when the Scribes began to record the claims of Blackburn disscc-- . tion played the mischief with, them, fifty was shown to be an Impossible number, and when the people passed In review the public service of this great and good man, one after another of his servants were rejected until remained, when only twenty-eigh- t would be of no avail. even thltty-fon- r Yet the object of all this laudation, with ari'yndiflerence to election returns greater than that of Zich Chandlenhimself, thunders over the wires tofyrts metropolitan organ that his calling and election Is sure ,nnd thatbls magical "50" Is like the ark, untouched, To sustain this he Insists that the Democrats, in a minority of six will organize the "Council of One Hundred," and that in the Upper House they will have every one of the new members. Still these "claims" impose on the wavering and and so they go electing and Joe ' Ilia IntolllsoncaDomonstratod ' a Ronminblo Way. u I How Ctinrlra tllllcnjof Montana, Secured Alii Thrnagil tli. of Ilia CaIle'lp for nine Companion Djl"C Mnn. RoYal Powder SOaWTEKY PURE WHEN Baking? A GONR OWENSBORO, KY. Will practice his profession in Daviess LAWYER "WW1. a. 4.XjB, and adjoining countieapccral at umce, tention given 10 collections,, Dank, of Uofnmerco'Buildln'g. "Jns.H. (llettn, ill $rPK53 Rtt ' TJLm j PIERCE J 06.-l- .Bx. v ranches. IIe.,nsuaily paid for his purchases In cbecTts,"' but when ho went to ranches so far from business centers ho could make better terms for cash, because of tho Inconven-lenc- o of traveling to get checks cashed. Ho had taken some six thousaud dollars with him on tho trip, and for protection carried a revolver. Sonio two miles from tho nearest ranch ho had occasion to mako a stop In the sago brush. His revolver he had dropped Into one of his "chaps," ns tho blp boots of sofW luuiucr worn uy riucra tn itiai court-- ; try arc called. As ho rpmountcd his horso tho revolver was discharged. Ho hud dropped tho pistol Into tho Chap with the muzzle up, and In getting on the horso the'hammer hit against the horn ot tho saddle. A ball was sent up through his groin, and, passing uptvonl- - through tho body, came out behind ono of his shoulders. Ho fell to tho ground, but rallied, and mortally wounded though ho wa4, he onco mora climbed Into tho saddle, but could not sit on his horse Fainting from loss of blood, he tumbled out of the saddle a second time. Habtfobd, K!y$ has been found to be peculiarly adapWhen ho revived his shepherd dog ted to the relief Will practice his profession In all and cure of all Female was over him, acting as though the courts of Ohio and'' adjoining Complaints, exerting a wonderful difully awnro of the serious naturo of afck, v care her CaitorU. counties. Also Notary Public.. rect Influence in giving strength and Whan Baby waa Tho dog was what had happened. Office, in Commcrci al Hotel. When ahe waa a Chad, aho cried for CaatorU. ono of two which Gillcn had trained tenn to the organs. If you have loss TThen aha became Mlse, ahe dung to Caatorto. to herd horses and cattle. Roalizlncr ot ppetite. Constipation, Headache. Whan ahe bad Children, tho care them CaitorU. "llrat ho was probably mortally Fiintiog 'Spells, or are Nervous, wounded,- and that prompt assist-ndc- o Sleepless, Exciteble, Melancholy or L&W must be obtained If lho slight troubled with Dizzy Spells, Electric chance he had of surviving must be BtUersis the medicine you need, INVENTOR'S AT WORK. mado tho most of, Gllleu told tho f. tlto and Strength Hartford, Xy. are guarentecd dbg tp "go to McVoy's ranch." This bv The Bicycle Is Responsible for Many practice its use. Only fifty cents at Willwas the nearest ranch, aud ono from WILL courts ofhis profession in all a Outer Contrivance. Ohio and adjoining iams & Bells Drug Store. which he might expect help to bo counties and Court of Appeals, SpecA thousand minds aro. busy scut as soon as they could know of appliances to increase tho ial attention given to collections. Thoro were other the accident. tt ho Took Sir. Hera' McIntotaT Office next door below Commeri speed, usefulness, comfort and porranches In the surrcmudlngcountry, Last night a young man by the tability f the bjcycle, Ono man rcial Hotel. but nsBlstanco "might bo obtained name of Thomas and 'thnSc compaft-- r lias patented what ho calls "the ,moro quickly from this one ions from Horton, Ohio county, put d pneumatic tire." Half B Tho dog whined and cried and up at Mr.Pierce Bell's boarding bouse ot tbo space now occupied by showed a desire to stay by his masIs taken up with a semiBolivar street. Early this morn-hi- g ter's sldo, but Gillcn scolded and on they paid their bill and left. About circular filling ot cork, which is at HARTFORD, KY. told the dog to 'run the horse to once light and yielding and which McVey's. Finally' tho dog started jo o'clock Thomas returned and went tho Inventor claims will prevent Will practice his profession ' in th the horse ahead of him and mado a 'up etalrs to the room occupied by Mr. punctures. Ho is willing to rldo courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, Careful attention given totul business bee line for the. ranch mentioned. Robert Her, but soon uepatted again. with his pneumatic-tireOn the way the horso fell In with a 'At the same time Mr. Iter's new over- over miles of tacks, broken glass entrusted to him, Office in Repubband of fifty other horses, but tho coat, which was hanging In the room, aud newly-sprea- d macadam, and lican Building. dog cut him out and ran him at full a tew seems to think he has mado a big minutes before, also disappearspeed to the ranch. discovery. On arriving in sight of the ranch ed. Mr. Her found Thomas and his Another man sends In a plan ot a associates going out Triplett street in home-madtho dog began barking to attract bicycle lamp that will HARTFORD, KY attention, and. when tho dog and a toad wagon and requested to see In not go out. An ordinary, . thin, Will practice his profession in all tl placn, a blanket in the wagon, but was reriderless horse arrived at tho straight drinking glass Is first deftly courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. tho people knew something had hap- fused. Policeman Mercer was removed of Its bottom. Then the ex- Carol ul attention will bo given to al pened to Gtflcn. to arrest Thomas, but they terior Is painted a dead black, with business entrusted to his care. Col As soon aa tho dog saw that the drove so fast that he could not the exception of a small bulls-eyeThe lections a specialty. Office with the blood on the saddle was noticed he top and bottom aro filled with thin county Attorney. Also notary i'ublio overtake them. turned nnd excitedly manifested a venMarshal Wethlngtou procured a cork, in which holes are left for desire that tho ranchmen should 3NTE3-A.XDCS. tilation, and tho light Is furnished .' horse aud evertaking them at Zion hasten back where Gillcn lay. ' by small wax candles, such as aro (Cbnnfy Attorney) Horses werjuqulckly mounted., and Baptist Church on the Hartford road, used on birthday cakes and the horsem&olh&a difficulty In keen' failed to find the coat, hence allowed fairy larnpjyCaTH wax cnndlo, It is t,m-Ing the dolnslldiLjyjreaiwjBs, rocced on their way.Bell ciairnoiau ncr spirits w mrougn vtHARTFORD, JCY. the animal'sJh'Sjto.head, ' ngwondWj,uwvaniTylYSTwork, unless 'twas nothingVll lamp. It Will practice his profession in tho Increasing hordes of the imct bene I Next raorplng, howQver, shyb411y, side' of his wounded rriusvouldn't .! ..1i.t!.. Pnnrfa nf f)lil aah Glllon waitlll? allyo wfto ficial insects will live on when their pain In her head, aho was all playcdTjd Special attention given to col- ties. iral prey Is exterminated. They oui anu stnyca in bed, while hef frleods reached him. whicu-v.i,- ey lections, uuice in Uourthouaar iu contrast uiukui;i uuoura m mo Kiicnun 00- - "V .A TALL REUNION. Owensothcr convenient low not to rldo a wheel but to hoi UNO. n TiTTToriisT Thirty-Seve- n matto things go. Though tho morn- - Jer , Feet and Four Inches of Sons Visit Their Parent. was hot aud sbo wojdryftjjwb' pneuRED MEN QO ON STRIKE. ihp dldnt p$Trn'rcolled spHog sad Thcro was a family reunion at Tlopesta.-Pa,- , thoothcr day, says Indian Haymakers Want to Scalp Their dies', vVumlnum saddles, born sad attention given to tho Oil CityJDerrtck'", that calls for dies, suddles on springs and saddles SPECIAL making abstracts, Employer. &c, more than incro mention. It was a L. Vance, at Deer River, Mlnp., sot firmly raclog saddles, F. also Notary Public lor Ohio County. gathering togetherpf father, mother recently had on oxperlenco with a saddles, cantlo saddles, slnglo Office North side ol public spore. und six sons, all ot tho latter over party ot one hundred and fitly Indi- ordotiblo "luggcdVelastlo truss sad21 years of ago. This family group ans which has turned his hair gray. dles, and many more that differ from had not all been together since tho y others only In thrrmerest detail. Tho red men had been in his boys soma of them years ago went A Now England firm has placed for some time, cutting hay at out Into tho world to fight their bat- the agreed price of twodollors nnd upon tho market a novel oloctrlo w.. Mr. arid Mrs. fifty cents per ton. Then the Inditles for themselves. lamp, The lamp,, a small lncandcs-corsMlHHBlBVi sv Ilurmon Coleman are the father and ans learned that their employer was affair, Is attached to tho visor mother, both hale and'hearly, and gottlng mora fpr the product than of the cap. A small storage battery the sons' names are J. " Heury, ho told told them, and they declared of eight hours' capacity is carried William. J. E S. W. nnd Frank. they were going to have a share In on thb wheel or lit the pocket, with Tho main object of this Item Is not tbo profits. AU' of them stopped a body wlro. leading from It to tho so much to mention the fr.ot of tho work, nnd, waiting on Mr. Vance, terminal points on the back of tho happy reunion as to try aud pioturo made a demand for four dollars per cap. Tho lamp In front Is detach'a to the reader tho size of tho six ble In llkomannor, and weighs about ton. This was refused, whereupon sons, or rather their ro- - tho Indians held a war dance uround one nnd a, half ounoes. In Its very) HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. spcctlvo and collective heights. the frightened whlto man, telling naturo It Is a true searchlight, tho Hero nro the exact figures: J. F. Is him that they wero going to tako light always being fooused In the diIs prepared to do any and all kinds 0 foot 0 Inches; Henry, G feet 2 his scalp and then burn him at tho rection that the rider Is looking, of Dental Operations. Prices most luetics; William, C feet 3 inches; J. htuko. Mr. Vance made bis escape and, being on the visor, tho eyeo reasonable. Office over Williams & Bell's Drug Store. 0 feet 6 inches; S. W.,- - 0 feet 3 before E., this part of .the programing aro protected from the glare. Vitalized air or laughing air adInches, nnd Frank, the short ono ot was carried out and now employa ministered for painless extraction of the stalwart family, an exact G feet. whlto men in gathering his hay. Remember E- - L. Bullington is the teeth. Thcso measurements wcro all takcu The Indians said they were only In in stocking feet. The lotal height fun, and went back to their reserva- - best .barber iu the State. Now York World. ot tho wholo sextette li The Twlce.'n.week' edition of the inches, lho rather and Food of tha Future. only about the average New Ygrk World has been converted ordinary mortals. Tho boyy into the Thricea-week- . It furnishes Dr. (leprgp Plumb, ono ot tho well to do. In tho towns 3 papers of 6 pages aplece.or eighteen iftnlsta of tho university of Ohl- where they aro located, pages every week, at the old price of 0; says that tho time Is soon com- iW when hot water and food tablets a year. This gives 156 I Otic Dollar ' ,nl Titer. Ntood out lleullirky," Uaaa, I be tho sole accoutrements of a Mlia Delia Steven, of paper a year for One Dollarand every rrom wrtteat I have alwaja autre. Ouce In the history of tur'gajlant kitchen. Ho' says tho essential hAr.dU.rv Ht rAful. Tar which I tried paper has 6 pages eight column Tarioae nuneJIce, anil munjr reliable old State will It be recorded that'lter. find elements o( a 1,200 pound steer wide or 48 columns in all. The pnraieiaua, nut none reiMYea nie. Aiier to guccttmb- further 00)1 bo got Into an ordinary pill box. tucky has refuted Thrlce-a-weeKBXIDR UOtlie. OI World is not only much llamnowwelL 1 to the ting rule method fjl politics, Quo of his tablets tho sbo of a pea larctrthnu anv weeklvor seml.weel- au Tory grateful E lly newspaper, but it furnishes the and that the hys are over of this r makes a large bowl ot soup. A Dai it rATca dm news with much greater ireqency and 'nun a Ufe of un. state of affairs which have retarded ration case of bis planning, which Al,l uui. .ml ptomptness. In fact it combines all in ipeaina; unly laaU Haw our progress in the columu of States weighed eight ounces, contained tbo the crisp, ftesh qualities of a daily worm M bum tor ino wonueriui nicu- following supply; Three tablota to all. iefla, MfeTHt riMOamnndlnx II with tho attractive special features of it certainly verified by last Tuesday's cnncentratcdnsotips, equal to three a weekly, election. four tablota beef, equal to quart;, We nave made ur.ng94ti to No more will any patty govern six pounds; oo tablet milk, equal to e send the wotW aad uninterruptedly for a period of one pl&fc Uru tablota wheat, ten. hcte Th Rrwjbucam UMmr . xmit Ywtri, VWWt WCse CO.. AHeiiaa. pounds j one UbU year. 3utCT t owear. thirty years, and parltati polllles will grlU, TBHWSrtw havo to no la the fitter. Xatttuck y tt focJfj tiuI U,.1i)lve figgl. cotir-ageoty ..ifeerffa--collectionsn. Tho irjtclllxonco of tbo shepherd doK and his faithfulness to mau wcro demonstrated In a remarkablo wuy In connection with tho death of Charles Gllloti, a natlvo of this city, says the Provldonco Journal, who was killed hi Mob tana two months ago by the discharge of his rovolver. On May 2 ho was out ou a buying trip, and was ir! the Dig Hole country, ono hundred aud ten miles from Dutto City. Ho had bought a lot ot sheep and cattle and was going further Into tho country to visit other DAWYERS, ', ITAKTFORD, K.Y. (Qmee.gVef Anderten'a Bataar.) I, ft, R. Wedding," c GLENN & WEDDING, Will practice: their profession in ah the courts of Ohio and adjoining coun tics, and conrtjjf Appeals. Special When the wife has gone away they attention givon, collections. Also tell me that I seem Like some one that's nswakin' arid Notary Publlo ibcOhio county. in a dream, t I roun' the house, an' Zranaes .Aspltak: 60 soft an' low; where Or 6it"Kby the window, j?-'A? -jhefsweet geraniums growi old- Or take the wilier rocker 'by the HAHTFOKD, KT. jfHiuie fire place ' Anbstarer above the mantel Wilipractice J and adjoining his profeagtonm See her pictured face counties, and;;conrt,vOAt,-i,- i Tor hours au' hours totretherl I'm Appeals. Special attention "strange"tn"e,jicighbors Office east ildn ofiputlH sayj An they don't know how to take'me square. "r when the'wlfe has goneaway. The mockln' bird" keeps slnglSg In M.' Ii. Hbavbin, Sheiby JTaywr. change. the old ruulbery tree. Those Democrats who have Voted An for the little ouden all the roses HEAVRINi TAYLOR, with us we hail and congratulate uodat.rca jlV, with a greeting that borders on aflec-tlo- Themornln' bxyis just as bright; ain't anything to blame Without them we would have HARTFORD, KY. my heart ain't beatin' right, went down in defeat; with them, we It's just "Will practice thier profession in all just me that ain't the same. irose in a mighty force and swept the the Courts of Ohio and adjoining State from the Big Sandy to the Pur Yon see when folks has lived so long counties, and in tho Court of s. together through the yea-- s chase, Special attention given- to That sometime brought 'em gladness It is all over and it is useless to Office, next doorVio an' sometimes sighs an' tears, collections. talk or write about how it was done. They kinder feel they were one an' Bank of Hartford. hard it is to part; Let us settle down and move in the An' they time each other's absence ht.ppy purchits of our various invocPerry Westerfield, by the beatin' of the heart. ations again and wait patiently for the Lenlficent results of Tuesday's elec- An' I'm so always lonesome when the wife has gone away; tion. Georgetown Sentinel. BkavebDau, Kt. It seems just like It's winter roun' the roses 0' the May. ,. IU Voa Hirer . An' there ain't no joy in livln,, an E. E. WEDDING Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for there ain't no peace nor rest, J8...' your troubles? If not, get a bottle 'Till once more we're united an' I fold her to my breast. now nnd git rellet This medicine AWAY. 1, movc-souie- has always been a kin to the nortben method of changing hands in State government, but the people have been bHnded by those who make their Hv iug out of politics and neglect the puople whose confidence they possessed. The people have been wanting it c'tauge, they have reluctantly voted to sustain their party in power which they have affiliated with for a life time, and the breaking loose from the old ties was decided on at the, polls lust Tuesday, when manly and Democrats bade good-bto the fond memories of their once con- -' siilercd glorious old patty and voted with the Republicans for a complete THE WI&T. HAS pinr - Ohi,. . i" M Attorneys at tewAr-psal- v Attorney at. Law. " C Attorney at,Xaw, r . 1 W, H. BARNES v - jflflDLTtf cork-sole- Jo. ROGERS, r. ' Attorney af Law, ,l "I; cork-sole- d e Attorney at Law, sum-raon- ed jE. , Aliorney at Xw, con-hous- e. v I Aliorney at aw a era-plo- J. R. PIRTLE nt F-,- long-separat-ed DENTIST -- s H Scrofula U i v. ' sss k f i-t- eUUKtU V Thriee-a-weel- i. . I. mmmair. " .- - icau HarTfBrd-JlQijublil 8, RNtNO Friday, Novkmdrr jmme. a wb. l9Slflor. r i 'a BofrPEiraroiUWs v. J ,JlHr. yoar. n The recent Gnanclat prcssuro in Franco was in h great measure check cl by the prompt assistance ol the Rotbchil ill. Yet tho losses havo been so severe that no Ices than eighteen suicides havo bcn reported from the panic. Official Vote of Ohio County by Precincts: Qpvfftixr "j? rt9Wc5ff& 'il I . Went Governor. 21 P g TJ T 2 Sec'y ol State ""s? si El Atttoruey General a? 31 y a. tfjHK-'- is "fe ' Heprescrltgtive fcl wl J c 8 f Tug Anarchist sympathizer, who for tbo want of a bettor name is called to rlJo ln n .hV.l,'i?,ram0DS ' John v; Alt8'J. Silver nroccssinn composcu in pari 01 rtu tho possibilities lij.iji, 14 ' oral suldiers, nt Atlanta Tuesday. PitOsvEOTa for tho now oleotrio jt was Chicago Day at tho Exposition railway to Boavor J)atn or McIIenry tho Governor's action created n aro very flattering. Let nobody get gensatW in tho way. During the three v years of Mr. Tug Cubans aro stilt gaining vicClevolands' present tenn tho uajignat parcontending Tho tories. debt has increased 81jG5lt)WpO ties have already agroed to an ex- During thrco years of Prcsidcnt'Har? change of prisoners. risons Administration the national debt wasf decreased nearly $200,000,-00It is believed that President CleveYou pays your money and land will, la his Annual Message to takes your choice Congress the first of noxt month, recommend tho recognition of Cuban Tun splendid Republican victories May it bo so. independence. of November 5th, will prove another great impetus to the business of tho At a recent meeting of the raiuis-ter- s country. Republican succest in 1891 of Owensboro action was taken was the forerunner ot tho business relooking to tho calling of D wight L. vival that has since been in progress. Moody and Ira D. Sankoy to that It will, however, tako several years to city to hold a seres of meetings. fully recover from tho result of Dero Retorts from Columbus, Mo., ocratto Tariff tinkering, unjr BaudIt,oplnbBn. - tho Notorious Mfys, '. r "rRRCINCTS. West Hartford Dedii s .9 " aS( a"13- - 5 a8 7 3 p 5 a S I07 a A IItlK Zt Partjf.r HU ,, Aa IUU un Attn "I"1 East Hatlford . . . Sulphur Springs Magan Cram.veil Cool 1 j Springs . . . . . . ,13 7a 103 m no 7i 107 9 41 35 4. 5 ISO 79 91 nft 99 7 ' , 9s. 4 4S 48 3 1 t 0, R 1 Kockport Select .' Horse Branch . . Rosine , . . . . Beaver Dam . . . McIIenry . . . . Ccn'feitown . . . Smallhous . . . East Fordsvllle . West Fordsville . Aetnaville . . . Shrevc Olaton . . . .. . Uufotd . . . . . . . . I" 35 18 S4 3 3 3 5 3 a 5 7 4 5 4 MS 75 9 1"7 u.8 91- a 7 3 115 3 3 5 7 oy J --9 3 17 ? 9 loS 9 3 3 115 75 108 7' 7 "9 I" 6 4 48 o "f 7" oa 39 14b 29 7 J a 91 107 118 119 117 4 4 9t 7' OS 10a 105 148 .JtimSV ' lib ' 7 cG, 1 3 30 8a 53 17 98 9' 3 37 !8 34 39 '47 ay 79 0 05 Jfi f 4 1 3 "9 "'S 34 MO ' s 3 1J 4a 48 So 9 J 9 1 35 '38 70 93 191 7 So 3 17 aB '70 9 191 135 4 1 so "65 3O 3a 17 3 '95 131 30 ?3 a8 ,37 7 88 134 4" '23 59 75 73 68 7" 36 84, a i5 S ' '57 91 6j ia ai IS 34 18 4 4 4 50 ('5 i 8a 13a 37 157 36 6 37 7 4 4 a8 37 66 3 a 78 $ 1(8 I07 3 lao Ioa J 34 39 4 116 I49 1 70 29 7 9 73 4 190 51 76 95 106 J ' 9" 40 48 i 3 1 a 5 3 '33 9 33 18 6 3I 48 61 Mr. UaMa Gupton Dnkedom, Tenn. 4 s 9 5 4 4 3 4 7 3 3 Gave New Life Sick Headncho stnd Neuralgia Ourad by Hood'. " Hood's BrMpuIlU hu don m irrMt ft saSeror trom ot food, I hT slok hMdtoh and nsurslfl nMtly all my 11(8. Th ptlnt hid beootn so inUnss that my hands woold cramp for hoar so that I could not use thm. Th doctor told tnr hoiband there was llttl help for Tha dlOerent medlelncw trlod had neatly Atahnartentd me. BInce mlntt two bottlM of Ilood'a Baraaparllla t 1.t realized rallet, so much so that I (eel llk a nair 37 57 . 94, 18 3 4 7 si 5 39L;i5 OaV 5 11 3 3 7 1 3 01 in 68 38 Hi 58 75 6 3 4 7 lai 58 75 n 18 ! 3 3 3 1 Uaitlctts Heflin .... "a 4r 73 39 84 55 3 5 27 67 4 n 9 3" 61 5 5" 73 34 626' I 7' 5 3; 69 33 599 67 4 . 71 '' 81 3 15 4 11 68 38 13a 4 37 7 57 3 31 3 98 1 4 3 "5 8a 4 6 . tai no la 18 21 15 2A 11 58 75 69 61 s 67 j 63 3S 81 5 83 35 3 13a Iaa 4 37 59 7 156 .76 68 3, 90 3I 38 Hi 61 31 67 67 38 4 1 tf I60 Ii 18 2I 14 dl n. bn 24 la 4 1 5 54 35 5' 54 31 6j 33 a7 4.. 71 27 C9 40 71 8a 55 35 5' 3S6 54 35 J 599 50 37 69 3 Total . . 11541870 I 7aa 83187 SI 6S w86 I80C 59f 63 ajSS I8ja 682(921799 6a t ' 393' 7a Pluralities 3B4 ' a8o Hood's 1 f V tV "The story of the printing now, much to the vexation of those contracts, as publish Ktl8gArdav in who must dislnbuto tho fruits of vie- the Evening Post, la not eTKtou thuntory der, nor is it a campaign lie; it is a s statemeut ol an interesting The young ladies ot RusEellville, it transaction. "The State asked for bids for ceris said, have organized a foot ball tain work, well defined, yet beteam, the first in America and are cause the highest bidder and a politwas getting themselves gloriously written ical favorite, the lowest bid was re up by tho would be funny folks on jected, and new bids are to be asked without the notice required by law. the newspapers. "The gentlemen who are thus strivCharles C. Moore, the "heathen" ing to override the law are Auditor Norman, Attorney General Hcndrick, editor of the Blue Gia's Elude, who Treasury Hale and Secretary of State. As the people read this was convicted of sending obscene lit- Headley. will congratulate themerature through tho mails has been story they the State selves that is soon to be rereleased by Judge Barr, of the Feder- lieved ot the services of these distinal Court, uuti) February when sen- guished gentlemen." tence will be passed upon him. Moore asked to he sent to the penitentiary THE "BUCKET BRIGADE" .Louisville and Lexington and Heninstead of being fined. Green and derson and Bowling Owensboro and the other cities ot tbo e" Cleveland, Olney and is tho name of a law firm which country may boast of their well i. said to have been organized by tho equipped fire departments that cost President aud his two Secretaries, thousands of dollars to the tax payand which will go into active business ers, but they aro not knee high to after March 4, 1897. The story goei Hartford when it comes to fighting that Mr. Cleveland will have charge fire. Our ''Bucket Brigade" is next of the NewYork office, Mr, Olpey of to invincible aud our sister cities s ought to send their firemen here to the Boston1 branch, while Mr. will bo court pleader. This receive their training. The work by which the steam mill was saved a fow 'would be the greatest law firm probmonths ago and that which saved the ably in the country. Duke, Bean and Williams & BA TnE Inter Continental Railway property Tuesday night Is scarcely Commission has just finished survejs ever equalled anywhere and is never of 4,500 miles of proposed railroad surpassed. reaching from Mexico through CenIt is said the former picco of work tral America, the Isthmus of Panama received the praises ot the insurance and on to Patagonia. This is ono of man who camo to adjust the loss with the biggest projects oi the age aud Ford '& Co., and tbat he gavo the in the interest of commerce and a Bucket Brigade a very complimentacloser feeling between the American ry notico in the report to his CompaRepublics it is to be hoped the line ny. may be constructed From Hartford Tbo secret of it all is tbe feeling of to Patagonia byrail is a probability common interest which pervades the which stares us right in the face. people and their willingness to Work bus-ocsCar-lilsCar-lile- Lctvisburg, Pa., and other points are THE STATEPRINTINGr. to the effect that antitoxin, a recent It seems that the Frankfort Ring German invention, cures tho most havo failed to profit much by tho elecdistressing cases of diphtheria. tion returns and are still at their old Patriotic Republicans who wish tricks. TUe Louisville Pbsl gives these to serve tho Commonwealth are maks gentlemen a roast after the following ing themselves heard and felt just fashio'n: r. have been expected from tho dilly dallyingmetbods adopted by the Great Powers in dealing with the heathen Sultan of Turkey in the Armenian massacres, the Turks depredations in other quarters. The British Mission at Jerusalem was attacked in the past few days and while the missionaries themselves escaped, some of their servants were killed. When many thousand lives have been sacrificed to Mohammedan hatred, perhaps tho Christian Bating" of tho world may summon courage To slay tbo wholesale slaughter. have begun As might when the time cornea. In view nt these things the nsuraocc Companies ought to give Hartford tho lowest rates possible Report of the Intermediate Depart ment for the first term ending Nov, 1 1895. A SHOPLIFTEIT3 CONTRIVANCE. Vhlte Woman Who la riuler of tha 111,'ni Was en Innocent Looking Paper 11b iiam.z-iu- t mo joao 01 fifty BaSallVO1 legallrnc-- , Box, Out It Did tha Buslnoss. ..nan "It's embarrassing, but any children, the n x'McM the littlewant something gentleman is llablo to bo put In such iits and privileges by It appeared no different from any men Ms or the big as chief custodian other square box covered with wrapa fix." n Uizie IJeguiate their liver or cure nnd ndviscr of tho Six Nations is ping paper, and ho carried it in his The man approached biliousness, Dr. Bell' Tiny and - ' c Mrs. Harriet Maxwell Converse, who right hand as he entered a big State 90, Grnlc Tablets iswhatthey must have gives up the monev was born in Elmiru, N. Y., but for street store, says tho Chicago Chronyou never feel it. haps 00. Tofhey cure anu ar.a Mrs. W. Q. Parks have re- - many years lias resided in New York' icle. IIo roamed through the aisles, 25c a vial Z. 90, "43 ro. For thrcg generations her crowded tho shoppers and made have city. td from Stanley where-llie89, Chester Keown 88, itrnesi IVr family hai bceri accepted ns tho ,eyes at the girls behind tho counters, ... j? ueen visiting friends nnd relatives. A GREAT DEMOCRAT, dell 88, Willie Gilespie 88, tvuym: but all tho whllo ho Jield to tbo Mr. TohnTweddell is visiting his guardian and friend of tho AmeriTho beskthitig the Memphis ComMcGee 86, Lee Nelson 83, Willie Bos- can Indian. Her graudfuther was square box with lis string and wrap-plusister,, Mr 5 B. M, Bennett, at this paper. Ho came to the jewelry mercial Appeal has said for oh! so well 86, Cleveland Nelson 85, l,aura adopted by tho Scuccas in 1702 and place. (honest trader). counter aud wanted to inspect some called "Ty-we- " long, is contained in tho following: Bozarth 85, Lotes Hoover 84, GregMr. W, T. Woodward returned from After bis death her father was made watches. The saleswoman laid out "In John Sherman's book, advance ory Weddlug 84, Estll Hoover 85, OweusborosMonday. Hazbi, Ev. n member of tho Deer clan in 1801, a trayful, but he was not a poker copies ol which are just out, lie relates Bcrnle Carpenter 70,Alvin Button 70. receiving tho name of player and did not know that ho was nu incident wh'icu occurred (luting Salur Qbisknbbbry, Teacher. The many friends ol Miss Maggie (bravest .boy. In 1880 Mrs. beaten. a visit to Columbus, O., in 1885. He A quiet floorwalker was watching D. "Williams will learn with sotrow of was Invited to visit the city council was publicly adopted in tho Itrnl KMate Tnuiilm. and by a slip of the tongue tras inher severe illness. The Southern Seneca tribo and made chief of tho tho young man with the box, thinkJ.J. McIIenry, Ex., to Thos. M. School says: troduced as "Senator Thurman." Snipo clan, giving her tho Iudinn ing there, was something queer Alluding to the mistake, he said, 'I Daugherty 13 acres oi land near Supt. Haynes, of McLean county, nnmo of tho stepdaughter of Red about his actions. He watched the consider tAich a liiiztake the highest Rosinc. customer closer than before when writing us under date ol November 4, Jacttet, which Is compliment that could be paid me; T. II. Paught to C. T. Edwards signifies "tho bearer of the law," tho latter approached tho jewelry for the great ability, intense sagacity says: Miss Maggie D Williams of and She is, therefore, a member of the counter, and soon he saw tho young and entire pur.ty of your distinguish- 144 acres of land near Rosine. Calhoon, closed her school last Fricouncils of the Six Nations. For man reach out tho hand which held , H. B Bishop to C. P. Wells 35 ed iu the highest ofday on account ol failing health. her faithful work in tho legislature tho box and cover a lot of watches. fices in the laud, have placed him, in acres of land near I'ordsville. She had a fine school, and the patrons ln protecting their original landed Tho saleswoman was bending to look my estimation, in tue front rank of C W. Haynes nnd wife to Oscar very much regret her bcingcompelled I like to have my ntble men. interests and territorial boundaries In tho showcase. Slowly tho hand name called Thurman.' It is pleas- Haynes 100 acics ol land near I'ords- to discontinue it. she received ns an acknowledgment and box dropped to the young man's ville. ing to recall in these last i ears, per (she sldo and thon went back to tho countho titlu of Chief ! haps the last days of the grand old I. I. McIIemv. Ex . to Tohn D. watches for us), conferred and signed ter, box and all. Tho floorwalker Oliti rTlinu siHilmteliili. ' Duko 93 acres of latd near Hartlord. Dernocwts life, that during the whole Although Mathusclab, it is said, September 18, 1801. by tho chiefs of thought it was timo to got Into tho tow iots, : ,i,.,:;iv,r" ;;: v v;:l. VI.?r. i lived to be 969 years old before he Six Nations at Onondaga castle, game. Hn stepped up to tho youug (CHUCI hw .uw MvnuwmvMgu ,l9 Fannie E Wulker to R. C. Brown closed bis eyes iu death, yet the aver- tholr national government house. man and aslred him to walk with in the Senate, no political ene in possession of the Indian him to tho manager's office. There ray ever questiontd the absolute miri. town lot in Pordsvllle, age Kentuckiau, in some respects out- She is liplrlnnmc . . rnllfta I.. .1 Lt. LuuiaLicr OJ ll- - lomucss 01.1 Bridget Pannel town lot in Deane- - lives vrfimnmn llMtA and half a dozen watches were found in ui 111a luc celebrity. During the whole that o'thor historical relics of the different his coat pockot on tbo side on which his standard of political integrity. field to Eli McCleary. period of the life of that ancient wor Alas, that the days of such men as tribes. She considers tho historical ho carried tbo box. When tho box J. J. Roberts lot in I'ordnvllle to J. thy he saw but little ol the world and Allen G. Thutraanseem to have' passnnd national wampum belts tho most was turned upside down,lt was found ed and that cralt nnd cunning and D. Cooper. knew no more at death than the man J voluablo relloo In her possession iu uu L'lnjjiy uiiu wimuuii h cover on boodle and debauchery seem to have J. W. Weaver lot in Hartford to who now HvMjfl be. only 25 yeats Tho? are centuries old, und in tho tho under side- - The young man so largely supplanted brains, patriot- Taylor & McIIenry. '" ? rows of wnmpum beads, their color ' used his contrivance, because It old, Ma'.huselah never beard a popism and houesty." would look stropgc If ha woro a long G. V. Chipman lot fa McIIenry to ulist orator, never listened to a Re-- . nnd arrangement, chroniclo lmrxr Mr. Thurman will bo remembered Sallie Shacklett. publican dike seeker, nor attended n tant events hi their doincatio aud cape such as A woman would wear as tho Democratic nominee for Vico I.E.Cornellns lotlti Hanford to J. J. Democratic primary. He never heard civil government. Tho reader of for the samo purpose. President in 1888 en the ticket with McIIemy. discussion on.the tarifl.rlor a speech these Ijcltals a most Important in tho tribe, generally transMr. Cleveland, whou the univeisal OMzzie Reid lot fn Kockport tc Nans 0 He never mitting till sacred charge to a on the silver questions. ffink4 for tlieir. rule that tho bead is the seat of the nic Maddox. rode on a train or a streetcar and sncclul member of ono clan, who Is m Midww. Kv . Nov. 4! 'J5-- I brain wits reversed, the brains being lmve taken Hood's Sarsaparllla W. T. Roark lot In Centertowa t was never wrecked by 0 collision or n instructed privately for this oHce. and think it an excellent medlclu'. ... in tbat Instance ia tbo tail and not ' Jo Foster. ml.B .1f.Aif SwtlM, If .iaub ..I ....... ,IVU, .4, ..nJ ' T9.n. rP.M .. ..J J' M4IO jl V. I UUStl &HWIUU My brothtr was all tun down and had L. II. Render to J. N. Jarnagla lot in a saloon and discussed politics uu I n the hoad of tbo ticket. no appetite. He began using Hood s ar. ln Beaver Dam. til midnight and lied to his wife Children Cry for i Sirsaparilla and says It is the best about the lodge Jioldlng so late. He Remember you can still get TtlK sever rode a bicycle nor carried a pis. " l ?" iiou V H I RuruuLiCAN and ' The Louisvfjle tol in his hip pocket, B D4 Cuuxti 0 run. T iXi He never fed 'HHBHDIMHBlSuHHfHHll ' Weekly Commercial tor only St. 35 a steam thresher.nor did ho cvcKty&e Mr, Jo Vickers. of jFordsvlHe, was Ilood'a Pills cure biliousness, indl per year, fn jmnce. h i wheat lo a patent roller mill. He In town yesterday. gestlon. tain iu. And for near j & Jlnued lji.hli.dci5ds.vv 1 r Willie Hocker 95, Katie Collius 85, Annie liaison 95. I election. , Mary Keowu 95, Pearl fiop-.'S95. '' Dona Westerfield 9iysis'largo. orfd, 9?, Charlie Rende'."., cents. la-- 7 Hudsou-06- Edna . nevtr bonowed matches or MAJORITY. Ironi his neighbor, "neither tobacco STOPPED THE SERENADE& iM the Torpedoes Mlt!gto the Horrors of darkies steal watermelons iroui his Nocturnal Visits from Cats. The Republican State garden. Tho heights' cat by virtue of not ' Ticket Is Ejected. Old as this man was he never saw only its exceptional attainments, I Ctaddock.otlhe Kentuckiau Citizen, but also ot its multifarious expert Frankfort, Kv., Nov. 13 Tbe never heaid of Graver Cltvclaud, or enco, may bo justly entitled to the clerks in the office of the Secretary of read the Madisonville Hustler, Math- - distinction of being termed a State finish their tribulations' at 12:30 , uselah was old iu years, but his cxpe-- I The proverbial bootjack, o'clock on H3 counties. The rience amounted to uothing. He buzz saw, parls Krccn decoction and totals in I'the various State races as mea ni inu wrong nine 10 cujoy nic dynamite bomb aro incidents ln his which ho views retro- based on these returns are is loltows: to its fullest extent. Madisovllle cxpcricnco wtlh onlv nnsalnif mn. crvMlvlv Governor Hardin, 136.363; Brad- Hustler. tions of Interest, not unmixed with ley, 140,390; Fettit, 15912, Deinaree, pleasure. For, says tho Brooklyn OUTWITTuD CY LOVERS. 3.816. Eagle, it is recorded that ho mot Lieutenant Governor Tyler, Peps In a Rcwbaat and a Gun Ef-- them and conquered them hands Woithington, 134.99; Walr, 15,. fects a Reconciliation. down. Swell rcsldontsof tho heights Tho northwest lias been prolific have becu left to his meroy. For a 035; Hughes, 3.542. in elopement cases duriujf tbo last time cayenne pepper judiciously Secretary of State Hale, 129,560; six months, but Fort Francis, just distributed upon buck fences nnd Finley, 134 770; Singletary, 15.043; tho other side of tho Canadian llnp, porches subtly infused Into tho diot Beachamp, 3.552. has come to tho front with one of of the midnight prowlers gave tho Attorney General Hendrick, so far as dramatic peaceful citizen a respite from tho Taylor, 135,029; Tejton 14846; unusual interest g situations ;,'o. nocturnal harmonics ot the Finnel, 3t5'9- The heroine was Miss Anna Lockund argumentative animals. The tabulations in the other races ing, one of tho belles of Rainy Lako But after several councils of war hive not been made, but the figures Clti and an heiress in her owu right, which Involved mutual recriminain thent will be about the same. The while the hero wus Picrro Boucher, tions and a tangle of cvidenco as to a stalwart younfj fellow with more tho cause of their setbacks, tho cats csunties which have not yet been regood looks than mouoy. Tho youno; cleared up tho mystery and went to ceived are expected to give n net Relady's parents did not look with fa- work again, with a clear understandpublican majority of 5,000. Governorsuit, and -elect Bradley's plurality may vor on tho to elope. so the lovers ing and a proper plan of campaign. Tho day, or rather, the night ot caydetermined therefore be expected to be about How to not away was tho enne pepper was past. question, ns tho young laIt was reserved for ouo Ingenious The aegrejrate vote cast for the dy's parents kerit a close wutch and citizen ou Willow street to introduco minor candidates on bom 01 tue siiaie never allowed her out of their sight, au expedient which has thus far tickets, it will be seen, is notos large A few days ajio thero was a church proved to bo tbo conqueror of tho picnic, the party talins tbo steamer cat. The remedy was not less start-Hu- g as that received by the candilato f.--r than tbo nulsanco it was deGovernor, but while this is true the Swallow from Rainy Lako City to signed to abato was palufut. A races are but Rat Portage. Mr. and Mn. Lock pluralities in nil of these ing, accompanied by their daughter, troop of big, Llack cats had mado little less than that for Governor. the rear stoop aud fonco of this parwere passengers, and the opportuniticular citizen's rcsldcnco a nightly ty was improved by Boucher. Tubnrro hnlr. The Owensboro Messenger repoits Before the steamer started ho rcudczvous. Sunday night tho fclino a great deal ol tobacco being sold at fastened a small boat under tho chorus was in full swlug nnd tho destern of the steamer and lay hidden bates between the singars were that place now, and says: there until tho steamer was well on pitched in high tones. Tho leader Yesterday was an ideal day for delivering tobacco and many iarrutrs her way. Thon, with the aid of a of tho band was explaining his friend, Miss Locking was helped into views ou tho sliver questlou, while took advantage ot tbe opportunity of a row boat, whero she was soon lu his first assistant, so'far as tho conriding to town in the sun on top of a the arms of her lover. When her troversy could bo Interpreted, was big pile of "the weed." The sales parents missed her tho liltlo boat endeuvoring to divert the lino of yesterday were mostly ol an inferior was well iu toward shore, and be- discussion to a consideration ot the grade, the farmers wishing to get rid fore tho steamer could bo put back quostion as to whether marriage was tho young couplo had landed and a failure. Suddenly au upper winof frost bitten tobacco or sin.-- defective grade as soon as passi'de. S. v;r-- al been married. Mr. Locking raged dow opened and a stalwart arm, load, however in yesterday's sales and threatened all sorts of harsh draped a ln a flowing white sleove, Sometreatment, but be could not find made swift movement. were of the best quality, as was evi thing hurled through tbo air. There Boucher and his daughter. best pries of the season dence by the On their return to Rttlny Lake wa3 a cruuk agaiust the fence just being paid John Toma, $7 23, $7 25 City Mr. and" Mr. Boucher wcro above the leader's head, a roar and and 50 cents for Daviess county Pry-o- t. greeted in anything but a plcasaut a bliudiug flash. The cats were netAside from the best price of the manner by Mr. Locking, who even ritieq for au instant. Thon came season, the sales yesterday were the went so far as fo threaten bis son- - ' another roar and a flush and, thecals with bodily harm. The young I were in full retreat. A careful loads. largest, there being twenty-sim man Is said to havo stood the angry comparison of uotos subsequently Gov. Lauren, ot Mississippi, is father off with a gun and then ar- - Lied the cats to a conclusion that now the only logical man for the next ranged a pence settlement with hlra. I jj'c'avy artillery had boen Introduced Tho trouble ha3 been fixed up und and It was decided that future Op- Democratic Convention to put now liv- - orations should bo abandoned. The and for the residency, as he was tMr. (n n Mrs. $ Boucher tirorrn nnn It t tin wt t n nr nttn . torpedo had gained the day. It has h the only succesaful Democratic cannow been generally adopted as u by Ujc bpMol- - Mber didate for Governor in tho rccentjUf preventive for theso night concerts. y 139.-798; 128.-314; love-makin6, x fur-w- ard - 1,000 , j H'fcice! 1 '..... ty Fiscal As Rnociiil'comiiiis- S1O1101" Ci t riKi,. COUI1- . psrson. Oat little boy has been troubled ( with his throat hot JW since taking Ilood'a eariprlIUt soreness and hoanencM hare goneand ha Is batter ln health." Mrs. Matiib Ootton, Dokcdom, Tennessee. Oct Ilood'a. Hood's Pills become Uiefarartta caUur-U- o wlUi irjoD who tiles Uieta. tie. par box. Teiiyliera' The teachers r( I'ordsville District will meet. on Saturday, November 23, with the following programme: - lv DcvoMorat cxercUes 'Rev, II. C. Habits Ira Petty, C. M. Tiumhn. Moselcy a.nd Catl Seper. ' Employment lor ptinint) students during other recitations -- Misses Collier and Sallie I'ord. Noon. Intellect, Representative faculties Willie Diy, I' P Stum aud I'. L. Sanderlur. Linguus less ins Maggie Johnson, Uisi Wilson and Willie Tecl, Rice. The aubatitutes A. Willie Gmy nnd A R, Renfrdiv. mary class in phviiotav. I. D.'Hock- er- - leneher-pujT I, Sinderfflr, - t itr tt, trill.. 1......; O'Dell an 1 3ni Riy.il. Gtnernl bus;. l. mSi 8araa- - paritta Cures fVMi Court to 4 I StOllO WOl'K 25.-1893. consti not Bt'iiio wall fonco iron and around tho Court XIoUS'C yard, I will . scaled bids rCCClVG . . IOr COnStl'UCtlOn of ... . HI. Tir. lUOnUUy, VT,,.v. !.., iHOVOUl S Until 12 (. Plflim ber SPeciiicatiOIlS aud may 'be had by call-in- s upon nic at mv OinCC. v i r...- iness. j Cou. I'lgllt tO rCjeCt . ally aild all Uld8 IS reservod. NoVenibei 1 IlO Young men or young women asplr-iiOt to any. v6tiou In Ufa should.? lw.iv ttmeralier tint tbe bottom to ofeiMmvlmc, Mit tbcrv's Rrays toon at the op. Tout' where Dr. rou.iloltliel8'Hrotinie arefil'rd , l-- 1895. O.C.C. Special Com'r. wo Giifn- "d diarrliccx stands It's 8ldt 5C on n vjnaranuc ay. .. waync ." flro JNO. P. MORTON, J. Call on sb.tve. BiUinjtoi tor a good, easy Um CHIEF OF THE SIX NATIONS. r constip-Mlnniejo- fefeli "' y g g Con-verr- . fellow-citizen- , p-r- ty 1 ' . ( . I per-nona- ptcl rtnl in ifi No ember Coinop- llrlinrl ' n pioprvs lulug The Ol the Hickory Grove School. Dis- - olitin light and inexjwuivconuriU.Hrott tric,t No. 44, lor the month ending yuns nn a slight rail sup c!ii"1i-t- s Nov8, 1895: pcit'd n 'mm n cress-arllunls-o- n Jamca Coppage 100, Arcliie 99. Joe Hale 100, Mamie Hale 90, the vililc r; Firm iuvol tug nn exmote Utah fifUen hur-d- ri Chas. Gender 9', G. A. Coppage 9J, pense I I 'vU"i mile Igr oehslrcctfun. Jarrelt I.yd 8j,R.Coppse 63, I.tster I'hilllpl9i. oe Uid 89, Homer The foiiii.g H'-c- is equally simple inexpensive. ftoling 92, Driwn 196. Willie nnd c. mparativrly Turnhjin 96 Verna Petty 97. Winnie Conli1.11. tib lints of cylinders, movth 110 interval to speak of, Westenicld 90, Walter Gallon-t90, ing would amy mote (tain in a day Roscoe Dewley 93. Dudley Madilox97 track nil way. than ".Vilbcr Hals 95, Tula Coppa.e96, Herbert Graham 96,l2flii Wimst 94, This Moii'd c ntityl! a sort ol Tin. Coiiittpolitiyn .also Alma Gentry 90, Kibert Dtowu 95, out tha pnthtbly ftbOIAn of Artnur U'estcrfald 96, Leo Phhlirips Oi, Dora Maddox 98, Oscar Drown 92, street rut lefjre VRe cumlng'jKse- Calvin Uyal 95, Emit Willttt 9'. less cut! igt, which cat be opcrctcd Melvia Westefield Oru rhillipps by n boy on aspeait iwveinents at n 9j,GerjmsWi'le t 9.i,Uairua Dra'.cfier totil fxneu&a f jr labor, oil, and inter- 90, Morris Holing 91 Jessie Doling 96. ejtf'Qtuut mote than one dollars. - , Perla Cojfpage 100, lesse Maddox 9V dayT m, k James Turnlura 93, Jobu Tuniham World's r), I.ula Petty 100, 15m ma Conder95. Maud Eewley 95, Frank Dewley 95. showed no baking powder ' Albert Villett97. Aim Petty 83,IJva so pure or so great fa leavGentry 95, Ethel Maddox 97 Uessio ening power as tho Royal. Powers 99, Theodore Westerfteld 95, " r Frank Conder 95, Moses Coppge 98, will Ailvfiii.i- - (ltilltlnnilly, 1)1'., Tbsph)s'cwasi)l Jarries Calloway 98, I.izzie Gallowjy, 99," Cora Petty 96, Uertha Pettyp, are thirtkiig of advertising in,the, loKatie Petty 97, Martha Pefty 97, cal pipers A local piper gives the Clarence Gentry 96, lilva Galloway 97. fojldwlng account of a recent meeting s oj the city M D.'s: "After the Iha Putty, Teacher. t relating 10. the piper had been Trarlivm' Slrelmir. jjooe over, the subject The Rosine Teachers' Meeting-me- t quack doctors was takeu up and the at"Mt Pleasa'Ut October 6. The given many committee on programiuefdllcd to un- traveling gentry were of the good bard knocks. Some derstand the time, 'and they had had newspapers, were also "censured . for no programme published lor the meetadvertising of these men. ing, but the Vice President appointed taking the It was finijjy decided that a commita committee who made out a protee should be appointed " to wait ' on gramme lor the occasion and they different publishers ol the city lor hid a very interesting as well 03 a the the purpose of seeing if soniearraupe-ment- s pleusant meeting. cOuldsjiot be made whereby At Kosine October 5th the teachers the local physicians ate to Imeit bus' agreed to meet nt Mt. Pleasant Octoitess;pjps,in'tln!,pnpers, the ber 26th and appointed a committee refuse Vhe advertising, to make out a programme and have it of the; JraVcl Imj" physicians, "Thls'j ! published. They not understanding committee, vyJH go about it work, Inift," the date lud the progiainme publishlev dsys " ed for the meeting to be 0:1a month alter, which was November. 33d, at st U which time it will be utHurtoii, with the following programme: Rev. 10:30; Devotional exeiclses The Physical Basis, J. N. Likens. chapter III, Roark's Ps) chplogy R. C Jaruagiu, fi. P. Taylor Toi W. N. 'o-da- y? Crenshaw. & The physical elements, Mind chap. . mi .. l.ll.. Ma ter IV D. II. Godsey,R.R Wedding, jn ;uou sk in k uutn ipuuw ucciUKi a (i.wuici inning m O. W. Miller, litrtha I'elix, lletll ,iJ e'lnni If you tre weilc S Martin and A. D. Park, ; .1 Ktncnllf t,- - m huutud, bcrvoui, Recitation Sue Monroe. Noon. And The use ol Psychology jn teaching can't work, , bceln t pne Uk- Supt. Z H. SbulU. inu m mo rtut- i bio ttrtuxUicnlnff i C. Condition ol meutal aciivityJ-- U. m.JIcln., which u j A vomplbttf uni im mediate rcvol- uCatarrh out be Miccesslully treated tlon ol transport iw 11 inelhcOfTf. in- oaly by purifying the blood, and the ,, 1 1. & , ,. ., , oue tiue blootl purifier is Ilood'a Sar ., e ... 7 . on it.t to Nw York itiIi !rni sapaiilln ol troiu s 'i 69 p;r c. nt , Is wh it is .--' ' is m nt Ina y - qj-ilru- Btaln-pip.-li- -- 9-- ,, n , 7ie Fair tests j 0aTesr, bus--,ine- publish-eWj;rtelng-- tn ' 3adiy i Brown's "ee ; s 1 J i ( - $ parnett. Attention W. G, Stewart and J. D. Oliver. Habit-" ' I it on I Bitters ft Dyspepsia. Neurelsla. s Constipation, S Alabrla, " Ilrcwn's Iroa Bit- lert. Wcnidt come from I be vtrjr Iret 9Pic, m Pitcher's Castorla. " " & P. I, Sanderfur, J. V. Park and Dee Tuustall. Kwess. The intcllect.tbe representgtl'S. utiles J. N. Likens, U M Sand A. R- Renfrow and Sue Monroe! W. O. STWART,Ch,VII,' - IT CL RES Irtipur Kidney and Llvw Troubtei, a 1 Get only thft renuln-l- t CHIMICM. Women's comfttkA. Nervous Hmet3 hit croued red ' MCk ! ! Mood, BAOWN iu ou the wnpptr. Ca BUIM0R, .- '' r 't'ES X l - y ' ( JJ3H! " " itF ytiy m-mf- : MONEY MORALS.Somo goods i Pay Tim RnrunucAV. at Steven & Rlil. FrcshK suro your property aniliir' safe. canls ntyrtnf RitPunr.tpAy 'jKpffra 4teans, hominy etc., at Stevens - f Stevens & Rial queens UG0t MonOy,Iliy boy; houses solL"' vv II. Lyon, Purdsvllc, was xt.. according to in town yesterday. get the advice the old You lajjwfjsKlal. the best of groceries SrtTvens & man rrntm llio ortrt Bonlto .,.. lr. of u L. Felix, "o faii-T.- yesterday morning, a girl. Water is tujhty scarce now, but BaraWzHng tho Publio may do Insurancrt plentiful, therefore be fur a tOioit while, but it peters out. Insured t Ours h the kiud ot dealing that on Calfon the old rellible Injurance tluro w'lh ttiwv The Moral Effect oi Agents, II D. McIIenfy & Sous, for ltiliauld Merchandise ut a legitimate Insurance on your property. pryllt ii tvor bcf'iM u, nud is tho The farmers who come to Halt lord Keyitouo o our tucceu. Invariably look up the merchants " who advertise with whom to trade. JHigh-Cla- ss Mr. H. P. Busklll, of Glasgow, Ky., Note bo prices. GOODS it 1 ! has accepted the posltlon.of stenoglow tho exceedingly low prices: rapher In, the office of Taylor & McIIenry. got it honestly if you cun but got it." Mr. Albert McCrocklin has been quite sick for spine time with typhoi fever. BOOTS AND SHOES. Men's good boots . . . . " $t . ' befct " . 35 I 75 2 oo wottbfl " " 75 S a The recent rains here caused the small strean.8 to begin flowing and Warranted not to rip the wells about town now yield an Ladles clove grain button shoes $1 35 abundance of water. Y0!tU$t50. Ladies fine Dongola kid tip shoe$t as Don't try to make It Ml at once worth $1 50. 65, 75.9c don't take too much risk. Be Children's coarse shoes 50, and Insure your property 90c to $t as Ladies coarse shoes ft 35 with II. D. McIIenry & So&, Old ladies lace shoes Children's button shoes 75c to $1 35 Prof. J.Deuham Hockernnd Rev.T. at the Hickory J.- Acton will speak save Grove Schoolhouse, District No. 44. "We on Thanksgivings Day, Nov. a8. Ev- ' medium fiuebooUfi 50 Ladies best grain bu'.ton shoes 3 '5 I 50 a 50 clement weather. Last Saturday was teachers pay ,day and a goodly number were In at tendance, notwithstanding the ins , ... Mr Jo. B. Rogura delivered an at the Baptist Church Sunday ntul quite a large congrega&. to a. tion greeted hint. 1 . Messrs. P. 0, Austin and H. D. uigunu ot ovecoUs at "Fair Bros Hunt werojn Louisvlllfr this wr elf , MlssEila McBcath, Leitcfifield, Pair Bros. & was not with hei-- class last week owNeyer undersold ing to the sickness and deathc oi her Horton, cpusln. Mr. George Thompson, Miss Tommle Cooper vlsltedrelatlves was In town yesterday. in Cromwell this week. profits and ulcTTsalcs ma"ke Small Mr. Prank Eblin, Louisville, is visArade iar Carson & 0. iting hie sister Mrs. jr H. Barnes. IIH.M Mlllluery, ids at your own price The choir practiced at School Hhll & Co's at Pair. Sunday night. Miss Margaret B. Clark was with tcmembcr that I'leld & Holbrook her classes in Rockport and McIIenry bus will meet nil day trains. this week ns usual. Por all kinds of rcpitrs in the jew The R. K G. Literary Society enelry line, call on C R. Martin. Y's aud a great tertained the O. number ol others Wednesday afterGoods Por bargains In the D noon. soV &Co. Grocery line call on Messrs. B. C. Scott and P. 0. Aus Rag-lanDr. I. L. Liles and Mr. M. S. tin were In Hartford Saturday Rrislne, were in town Monday. Miss Effie Kabn, Cromwell, was in U. L Bulllngton is prepared to lown"Vedtiesday. give you a quick, easy and close A crowd ol young folks spent Pti-nishave. in the country at Mr. Ewell Is money made." Taylors and report a good time. "Montysaved Prof. B. C. Scott plays on the corTradarat Carson & Co's and make net during song service both at yourmonty. church and at Sunday School. FrotrMfow until closed outMillinMrs. Jenncy, son and daughter, ery atldlculously low price at Pair Centertown have recently moved to Bror& Co's. town. , ... Mr. and Mrs. IJ. D. Guffy are in Don't forget the Drama Friday and Prankfort .visiting the family of Judge Saturday night at Masonic Hall. B L. D. Guffy. The minstrel overture and Farce Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Moore Sulphur will be altogether different. The Springs, were the guest oi Dr. and same drama will be played. You cannot afford to miss this Mrs. Ji W. Pord this week. w treat. Tub Republican and The CosmoThe R. E. G's entertain the public politan Magazine, both one year for Pair Bros. & Co's. Look at tlie label ou your paper. PuirBrC$ & Co. sell the clothing. mid jackets at Pair Broi, Trade-tff BEAVER DAM. .10RNIXG BLAZE Sweeps Down Upon Hartford And Licks up the Entire THE NEW WOMAN. THE SO 1 jW tt-- f 1 H The IMIInr t Sonsoloaa Fad That Haa No lie in 11 tie--' mill Exlotonoo In Itotillty. fpi, nrttf "! t i I H a DbJ-- . v pnnnK. - ..XT Stock of J. B. Foster. Damaged, Otfior Housob Making tho Loss About $12,000. Wednesday morning at 2 o'clock Mr. A. D. White, who lives over his store on MaiketjStrcet, was awakencn by smoke rushing into his room. He oon dressed and went down and discovered smoke Issuing from the cel-l- iu beneath J, B. Poster's store The alarm was given and the whole twn was soon at the scene of the disaster. The bucket brigade was on hand and did good service in saving , I. d, ght only $2. 35 injidvance. Thanksgiving night. Attyi?. guarantee to any farmer money for this line, Ou account of sickness in our office much important matter has been crowded out this week. the adjoining buildings. The fire started in Poster's cellar, and before any one could do anything to atop it, it was under such great headway as to be uncontrolab'e. The origin is unknown, Alter finding that it would be impossible to save any of Poster's goods everybody then turned their attention es tn the of Mcssr, T. S. Duke and J. E. Bean, the latter now IHng occupied by McDowell Bros, in their butcher business. Ladders were secured and a constant stream of water wa3 kept pouring on those buildings until the fire was under control. Mr. Foster's damages were the greatest. His loss will amount to $7,500, with $3,100 Insurance. His loss was altogether ou his stock of goods. The storehouse belonged to Mr. T. I. Smith and was worth about $2,000, with no store-hous- NEVER WEARS HAT& Believes In Nature's Head Covering. GHnton Miller, of Bradford, Pa., The Poor-hous- e of Butler county Loss that will come to us STAPLE ARTICLES., 75c 75C 5C erybody invited. Bed blanVets Bed contorts White llusey Colored llnsey Good flannel Water proof 54in cheap Good cotton flannel Cale yarn per hank . . Cato Jtaus . . 10 Good cotton ?cjtn btfu Good cheviots Turkey ed table lmen . Table 01. cloth 15 and aoc ... ....Jajc .... . and 5.7.8i,Jo,ttf c at 75c 3c 5c 5C 35C woith loc . . . aoc 20c No house iji the county can soil you these goods- - cheaper than us. We positively can save you mon- o DRESS GOOD: & CLOAKS, 35c lor 36m all wvol Bergc worth 40c 9c 65c " 5oin aoc - join licuriella, all tdiades . 5C lnek goods, 65c " 4 in figured 651 lor plaut .v. ivoJltu.,iy styusli for waists v'v ylisb. The Insurance Corapanlesilf pay " Mrs. Vaught and daughter, Mrs to our citizens on accountTf fke re Endlcott, of Durnt Prairie, III. are cent fire In the neighborKood of $5,000 visiting Mrs Reb?cca Vavght. Thin iihows the benefirs of fire in f Mcintosh coats, gossamers, rubber surance to the insurm boots, - sandals, overiocs for wet Remember thai Field & Holbrook weather, at Pair Broy'& Co's. meets all day trains, and thev also e And C. R. Martli1 the keep a first class Livery Stable. hustling jewel is prepared to do all Don't bitch your horse outside in the kinds oi repair ig on short notice. cold but put hint in their stable. When you are In town call on Car We have just received a new ship son Si Co jmd II you don't see what . r t . . ,. . . ment 01 stationery, anu a.c p.cp.isu o to clve vou the very best work HM ,. u.v very little money. Give us a call Co. can supply you with Carson' when in need ol any kind of printanytkliijr'in the general Dry Goods ing. . or Grocery li lie at surprisingly low We have made arrangements by tigirfes. which we can send the Toledo Blade Calloftc" R Martin for anything and Tim RnrunuCAM both one year forSi.as. Come in and pay up and neeiledin the jewelry line. Quick res auu small profits make trade pet those two rood papers lor so lit- , fbrisk .1- - m Revs. Willis Smith and J. P Hicks taken the Marvin Brandon ha will begin a ptotracted meeting at Aroetlcnn Steam Launagcncylor the dry, of Princeton, Ky., ami wtll seud the i P. Church next Monday night, goods on Monday and deliver It on the 18th. Friday. The work is the very bst. Mrs. Malluda Eldson, a highly Save your work for him. resptctrd colored lady oT Hayti, dsed Mr. Thqs F Faiiitht, of Horton, Wednesday night, aged about 100 has purchased property ntBeavcrDam jears. and will move his fiuully there about Mr. W. W. 'Martin, editor of Tale t'ae first of next month. Mr Pau?ht was In town Wednesday enroute to of TwoCitles, ol Eddyvllle, was the Oweusboro with his crop of tobacco. guest ol lib brother, Mr.C. R Martin, ' wide-awakjr-"- was destroyed by fire Tuesday. was about $500. No Insurance. . y 3iln wool finUU satlues . , . BarneltaudW. II. Manzy lelt Tues-'aTrimmings, melt uHet, Silks, Velfnr Mississippi for a two weeks' vets. Buttons to utatcUour cnltte hunting expedition Their Intentions hue. were to go Arkansas, but owing U the breaking out ol sma'Npox In JACKET3 AND CLOAKS. that locality they changed their The style in cloaks will be ahoil, course. while capes going to be very popular. The first Quarteily Conierence lor Our entire line will be in Saturday. Can furnish capfb lor ft So to $ to 00, the'llartlord Circuit M. R. Church, Cloaks, $ 50 to $15 00. VlMt us lor South, will convene at Liberty on Nothe latest. vember 33d and 34th. All the Stew-aid- s are especially requested to be present, as a SttAvard's Meeting will LITTLE THINGS . . , . aoc be held at 10 o'clock on Saturday. Ladiaa ribbed veit . . . . .35c Ias S CiiANDtjBR, Pastor. Misses corsets Belt buckles , . . ac Messrs Kowan Holbrook. V. G. Monday. y Next Monday is Circuit Court, and you will remember that little; subscription account and confer a great lavor on us by calling aroundand fix ing it up. You ought to come to Circuit Coutt next week, and bring- enough money with you to pay thatsubscription an ' also one year in advance and get the - Louisville Commercial free. . . . .--. . . 15c t 25c Belting 5 Side combs locdoz Shell balr pins New stampede linens 'New zelphry yarns, New saxony yarns, New kid gloves, all leading shades $1 . . 5c (o ajc New handkerchiefs . New large buttons. New embroideries . . . 5c to 85c 15c Misses yarn mittens , . ,. . 5e Indies yarn mittens Ladies crochet woolen skirts . . $X as . . t 00 I,adie3 woolen skirts Marriage license: Chas. Mason to Miss Nola Arbuckle, A. T. BUhop toMIsa Ida II Tichcnor, John T. King to Miss Annie Patterson, T. K. Vance to Miss Francis J. Kuykeudoll, Robt. A. Tanner to Miss Sule E. Hlnton.John Petty to Miss Sallle P. Duncan, Monroe Lee to Miss Nellie Gray. One of the most disgraceful and cowardly tricks ever perpetrated anywhere occurred in Hartiqrd Thursday, wheu a crowd of larger boys jumped on a small boy and beat him, chokedjiim and bruised him up to such an extent that he was almost unable to get about They attacked him Ju a baqk alley aud but for the timely appearance ol a lady on the scene they no doubt would have beaten him Into insensibility. Such conduct as this should be Investigated by the lathers of the youngsters. 'Wednesday morning at the (he, .Mr. II. P. Taylor stepped on a nail, which penetrated his foot, causing a very painful wound. Mr. P. L. Pelix Tel! and sprained his ankle very badly. ELECTION NOT ORDERED a florist gardener and qulto an Intelligent man, says the Buffalo Express, has a strange hobby. Ho does not and will not wear a hat. Notsince a boy has Mllhjr worn any bead covering other than a short, thick growth of natural hair. In the summer, with the Hot sun pouring down upon his uncovered head, Miller may bo seen walking around tho town or at his work, with the utmost serenity of manner, as It ho never minded it a little bit. In tho wlutcr it Is tho samo. Tho mercury may descend clear to tho bulb In tho thermometer, the winds may blow and the snow may fly, but Miller novcr minds it and stalks and without an about overcoat. Tho rain doesn't fcozo him, either. Nothing bothers this man with tho bobby, as far as tho elements aro concerned. Miller attended tho New York state fair last year, and was an object of great Interest. It was very hot during tho days on which the fair was held, and the sweltering crowds tried to keep cool with hats, parasols, umbrellas, etc., and Miller, with his bare head,1 seemed to bo tho only person on the grounds who did not suffer from the heat. He gives as bis reason for not wearing a bat that nature provided us with a head covering, and ho says that ltj is foolish for a person to wear a hat or any other artificial head covering. "You say you don't see how I can stand it? Look at tbe North American Indian. How does he stand It, or how did be staud it before the entrance ot civilization, which resulted in somo of them ndoptlng hats? See the- - natives of far-of- f Africa and other far-of-f countries who do nob wear hnts. Why, you can even see the foolishness of wearing a big, heavy, cumbcraomo hat by looking at women on the streets with bon nets as big as a silver They don't need aoy hat. Another reason that I do not wear a bat Is that it produces baldness. It tho people of tho civilized world nover woro hats there would never be such a thing as a bald Lead, unless brought on by disease. I wouldn't wear a hat, and should be glad to Bee every other man abandon Its use. It might bo hard at first, but they would get used to it soon, and would be pleased with the result." bare-heade- d broad-brimmhalf-dim- e. insurance. Messrs. Williams & Bell, adjoining Foster's store, were damaged to the amount of about $1,500 ou house and and gentle, just as wlljtng to marry as she ever was and just as willing fixtures, with come insurance. to assume tho responsibilities of Drs. Ford and Pirtle, whose offices Tho only now thing ho were upstairs over Williams & Bell's finds is a very great amount of store, were damaged to some extent, added intelligence, a more compro-- , office fixtures being scattered their hensivo view of life, a much better and broken up. Mr. T. S. Duke's knowledge of herself, mentally, morally and physically, and much greatloss was abont $200 with insurance. Mr. J. E. Bean's loss was about er capably of discriminating In' tomarriago and Its possibilif '00 with no insurance, his insurance regard Tho only new woman ho finds policy having expired on last Friday. ties. t, is Altogether this was about the larg- hearted, bright clearheaded, warmand energetic. Sho est loss Hartford has sustained by is able to look ahead, Is worth more fi e lor many years, and all deeply to herself and the world, aud, as a sympathize with the ones upon whom natural consequence, demands more of the man she marries. the loss falls "Tho Now Woman bugaboo Is an extremely convenient thing," ho CALIFORNIA'S USEFUL BUGS. said, "for Indolent, selfish and impecunious young men." Sho f urulsh-e- s Will They Eat When tha ParaWhat them with a most excellent exsites Are Gone? California (s having great luck In her experiments of importing insects to prey ou and exterminate- the various parasltla pests that have caused so much damage to vines and orchards; but a few cautious pcoplj aro the least bit worried over the voracious appetites of the imported insects and the possibilities of what they may turn to to feed upon when all the parasites to their taste have disappeared. lady bird ImThe golden-winge- d ported from Australia a few years ago to eat up tho cottony cushion scale, has completed that work in most of the southern counties of the Etatc and has turned its attention and appetite to the woolly aphis on tho applo trees. Another bcetlo, imported to destroy tho red and black scale, has also cleared the parasites from several counties, aud lately has appeared in great numbers in the cornfields. Just what its mission there Is has not been accurately determined. Tho experts believe, and tho farmers hope, that It will destroy the larva) of a destructive bug which cats and spoils much of the sweet corn raised on the coast. What tho farmers aro beginning to pray fearfully is that the little beetles may not develop vegetarian appetites; and tbay are also beginning to wonder what tho constantly increasing hordes ot the now beneficial insects will live on when their natural prey Is exterminated. Tbey hopo that they will contract consumption or some other convenient disease, and reason that doubtless naturo will kindly fix up the matter satisfactorily. Somo ot them bear Id mind tho fact that tho mongoose was imported into tho island of Jamaica to kill off tbe rats which ate, up the sugarcane, but now tbemoni gooso has eaten up almost every living thing In the Island less than a lamb In slzo, and the government would glvo a year's rovenuo to bo rid ot tho pest. N. Y. Sun. - .IS. . Eipcrlrnce of a Jtn on the I.ook Oat (or Tlie kcuocc and On of Theia Creation! The Womtutlon." LSns ar a an o( a J tut Markka er fleas, he ha 014 a Err. own. He sta:7 55VCH X7" JjST33keth us Tho American publlo liavo at di- months in the vers and sundry times taken up non- not in the twelfttr. He sticketh to sensical theories and advocated silly us with the devotion oi a Teacher to and ridiculous Ideas, but it is a long a trustee, and cruwleth timo slnco anything so supremely' into seams and folds where other In Idlotlo as tho "Now Woman" crazo, sects dare not creep. has gotten hold of the public mind.1 In tho first place, outsldo of tho" He is everywhere, Jointly and sevminds . of tho sensation-lovinerally; individually, collectively and masses, such a creaturo as tho Now II thou walkcst Woman, as sho Is described in va- unanimously. rious publications, docs not exist, through the yard, he is there and at least many persons who havo hoppeth upon thee'rii thou sltt est upsought diligently havo been unablo on the "backless bench," he is there to find her, and havo como to tho awaiting thy coming; ifthoucrawlest conclusion that sho Is something llkcj into the loft, he greeteth thee tho sea serpent, always heard of, gcttcst through the scuttle-hole- r uncertain as to locality and indefif thou crecpest under- - the bench, , inite as to peculiarities and points. A man who has spent a great deal think not.OI 'valq man, that thou of his life abroad recently returned shalt escape him, lor he waylayeth ' home, and upon being invited to and covereth thec, even as dust participate 'in various social functhe street of a country town. tions, ho expressed himself as unwilling to do so because of his dread He wandereth up and down, seekof meeting tho New Woman, who ing a victim and finding him. When has been so much talked of and thou wouldcst study thy lesson he written about. At length his reluctance was overcome, and, upon raeandereth up and down thy backmeeting tho representative women bone, even as a father paceth the y ,of an exceedingly Intelligent floor at midnight with his sleepless and cultivated class, by tho-- way-- bo offspring. When the dude atriketh ' was greatly surprised at ths sort' an attitude the flea maketh for him of women be met at tho assembly,1 and tormenteth him till he realizeth and Immediately began to inquiro all is vanity and vexation ot spirit. for tho Now Woman, Insisting that! tho ladles ho became acquainted with1 Sometimes the flea playeth a prank In society were of tho same sort that ho had known ever slnco ho was a upon thec. He pretendeth to be fastboy. At length he became interest--, ened lu the fiber ol thy nether garcd In tho pursuit of a New Woman,, ments and lettcth thec catch htm. resolutely declared his intention to Thou takest him betwixt the finger keep looking until ho found her and, and thumb and crushest htm in, had a personal intcrviow, which ury pieces, but when thou loosest him he', to dato he nfflrmslie has been unablo gathereth himself together and skip-pet- h ' to do. away unhurt to some other part Ho finds tho woman ot tho present o thy anatomy. Then thou quotest. day just as feminine, just as sweet, To-DFern-Inlnewly-elected r' V g ere-tho- ife" cov-ere- th V to-da- V "Though lost to sight, to memory dear." School-bothat Is born bf woman is of few days and full of fleas. y This Best SAr.vS in tlie world for uts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, aud all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satlsfacuiou or motey refunded. Price 25 cents per box. FOR SALE BY Williams & Bell. tf Tlie Mow Itnllronil. Mr. A.J. Casey together with Surveyor Tolbott began the survey on the new railroad from Hartford "to Williams Mines Tuesday, and will Bucklon's Arnica Salvo. once. cuse for remaining single, and also gives abundant occupation to tbclrl not very nctlvo minds In tho way of opportunity for squibs, jokes and sneers. Instead of being ashamed of themselves und trying to live up! to the highest standard of existence, Instead of trying to mako ,them- selves worthy of tho prfisent-da- y woman, who is unquestionably moro advanced than her mother was att s the same age, tlieso ridiculo her and try to bring her down to their level." The New Woman, as she Is described, is a myth. Tho averago1 nineteenth-centurwoman Is a very creditable production as sho stands. What we need Is less rubbishy talk, about tho New Woman and continued effort on tho part of the heads of the Household to train and eduIn ordci1 that cate tho girl of y tho woman of the twentieth century may bo equal to yes, better, If possible, than our own nineteenth-centur- y woman. N. Y. Ledger. fault-findery to-da- push the survey right through at The company who has hold of is well able to build the road, and wc may look tor an early completion of same. When it is completed from here to Williams Mines it should be extended to Fordsvllle, via Sulphur Springs, which would open up a good country and would certain ly be a payitig road. Here's hoping the road may soon, '"" be built. The U. S. Gov't Reports show Royal Baking Powder, . superior to alt others. For Sale: One combined saddle harness and farm horse; 6 years bid. Ppr further particulars call on or address Tjib RcruDttcAN, Hartford, Ky. Lewi) ''tf '1 Anypne finding a bracelet with the word ''Laura" woven on it, will please leave same at this office. It was lost during Fair week. ,tf The Maud Mutler. Strayed From my farm near Hartford one red heifer, 3 years old, unmarked. Any one finding ber will please address meat Centertown, Ky,, and I will come after her immediately; , y, P. Goff. Yours Truly, E. P. MoAdama Deprived ot The Ues of Paper Hla Victory in Han The. uses to wliich paper is put are cook County. constantly increasing. Cornices, A Republican, who was elected to office in Hancock county last Tuesday, will be deprived of his victory, simply by the failure ol the circuit judge to call au election. W. L Sterrctt, a Democrat, Is filliug au term by appointment as circuit clerk. It was necessary to elect l.ls successor at the recent election and Sterrett and E P. McAdams, the latter a Republican, were dnly nominated by their pirties lor the place. McAdams got a majority, but now that the election is over it has been dlscovdred that it was necessay that the circuit judge Issue a special elecNo one thought tion proclamation. to call the judge's attention to it aud he being busy holding court at other By places overlooked the provision. the same law Sterrett holds until his successor is elected, and another election cannot be held for a year. Judge Owen will not commit himself about the matter, but the law Is plain and in the opinion of attorneys there is no way far McAdams to the office, ' The Republican county attorney of Hancock county was here yesterday and tried to get a ruling frou Judge Owen, but the latter declined, as he may have to pass upon it judicially. The lawyers about the ba,r, Jtowever, were unanimous In the opinion that McAdams cannot, claim the office and that Sterrett will hold it until next November, until which time an elec tion cannot be held to fill the uueX Sweasbo-- , plredUerm of Chambers. I to Messenger. panels and friezes, medals, bouts, carpets, roattreqson, and oven, cofllns and telegraph, poles nro among tbe articles now manufactured out of paper; and lavputorsj It fs'sajd, aro hoping to find a preparation paper that will serve as a coating fpr tho armor of war vessels, and not only protect from corrosion, but even' add to Its power of resistanceBoston Journal. - Maud Mutler on a summer night went out on her bike iu tho bright moonlight. Sho pedaled around from six to ten on a trip that would fag tho strongest mon, but her heart was light and her spirits gay, for it wasn't work, 'twas nothing but play. Next .morning, howovDr, sbo'd a pain In her head, sho was U played out and stayed In bed, white hcrM mother bustled In the kitchen belownot to rldo a wheel but to matte things go. Though tho morning was hot and sho worked by tho fire she didn't collapse- withu punot-ure- d Last Sunday afternoon Mr. Jno T. King and Miss Annie T. , Patterson, both pf this place, were united in the holy bonds of wedlock, at the resN dence of Mr. Dan King, a few miles north ol towuj Rev. Jo B. Rogers officiating! They have many friends, tire. Alas for the girl aud tho who join in wishing for them a ' long woman, sco. Things aro not ' and happy Hie. , used to be. Vermillion Freeman. Against All Precedent, .. I t . . 5c Ladies black hose 10c Ladles fleeced hose Ladles best black fleecedkoseao to40C Men's home knit sax . . . ao to 25c . ao to 35c Meu'a cashmere sox J'eother.boaV, very stylish . . $1 00 ... ... A "Town" Under Water. ... II f been bought for the CAsn and will be sold at low cash prides. Wo goods have Our stock contains many other bargains vo cannoi which mention here. These solicit your patron-- 1 age and will do all in our power to obtain it. Tl L' There will be a meeting ol the Commercial Club at the Club room Friday night, Nov, 15. AH the members ol the club are requested to be present as well as the business men of Harttord who are not members. Matters o great importance will come up before the club,, also the election Ol officers for the eosulngycar. I, S. R. WftDDiHa, Pres. C. R. Mautin, Secy. v Commercial Oliib, dutt as Complex, "Ah, hal"sald the old college man, as ho picked up a sheet of paper and examined It closely, "it's boon along year since I saw o table of logarithms." "That Isn't a table of logarithms," said his frloml, snatching the paper away. "That's tho score of this morning's cricket matsh." Chicago Itccord. A Duke's Name. gt DJlUO. OC jlcXrttOra kempie Alii A TD TiDAC! 0 The Shelby 6en(lnal strikes a sym pathetic aurd in the following! tells of a One of our exchange magic-coi- n trick in which a coin Is laid flat in tho palm at' the hand and ' can't be brushed off with a clothes UV'.btuab. We$ have' some subscribers if.. n American acquaintances another visit. Ho has such a long namo that it Is said ho cannot remember it all hlmsolf. His first oamo is Don Carlos Maria Stuart FlUjamos Porto-carrer- o y Palafo. Then be Is also duke ot Berwick, duke of Albade formes, duko of Llria, dukoof OU varcs, duko of Penaranda, and duke ot Huescar, in addition to which be is nluo time a grandoo ot the first .class of jpaln, twelve times a marquis and fourteen times a count. Ills Intimate friends call blm Carll-!o- i. Ua la a nephew of Tlio duke of Alba is making bis Cards are out announcing Jhe marriage of Mr. Henry C Schapmlre and Miss Alice Davis, which will occur at the home of the bride on No Creek next Sunday evening at five o'clock. Mr. Schapmlre was born and reared tor Flint Is Investigating. Kansas in Hartford and has many friends City Star, here who join In wishing for him all the happiness Imaginable. His bride Rev. J. S. Chandler preached at is a popular young lady ol her Ooshen last Sunday,to a large and atand well worthy the young tentive audience. man of ber choice. coin-munl- Tho tax collector of Kings county has received numerous tetters from tho cast regarding tho town of Lake View. In tho county recorder's thero Is a finely lithographed work purporting to represent the town in question, with a railroad and numerous publlo bultdlngs. Tbe place where tho town la represented to be Is really under the waters of tho Tulare and tbe record shows tho plat to have been filed by Michael O'Brien. Postofflco Inspect of-Il- Photographer Taylor will make pictures In Hartford every Monday and "It pains mo to report," said, tho in McIIenry on Tuesijary's. , tf chairman of tho investigating committee, "that wo havo been grlov-ousl- y botrayed, grossly docelved." Awarded "How?" asked several members in Highest Honors-Wo- rld' Flr. 8-- ' just learned," explained tho chairman regretfully, "that there are somo members ot this committee who really wish to tlgato. " Chicago Chronicle. in-y- es unison. "I hnvo do-p- ot YWCfj CREAM . BAKING POttDHi MOST PERFECT MADE. Free A pure Crip Cteim of Tartar Powder. from Ammonli, Alum or any other idijlttrint, 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. ' '' 7$morlcan Stoam LaundrJ Piunoeton, Ky., Does the finest work of any The laundry in 'Kentucky, Goods work is all guaranteed, aro not torn up, but are returns ed in good condition, ., EUGENE GASSEP COETnE33?Z01srE)DR TOresFi If Tir5l-(yat- S5 -THE - Laundry Sbippod on Monday, roturnod on Friday, "Bavo fire&Gt, olls Qutes a i:i' . And in fact everything usually found in ' your work for me, Kv, Agt. Of fT&ShionS steers, wlth a yoke 6f but they keep on testing upon tbe good things ol this paper. three-year-old Children Cry tor Pitotor' Ctori. Marvin Brandon, irAKTFOUD, onfeo.iionary. laiKtainStroot, Qwemboro. !: Ljrfvi.. fc Hartford JtQRUblfc5. r . .. . ublican 89S- - Friday, Novemdbr 8, 1895" havo dona so. I was never belter nature'd It)' my Ufa. I sot. nut to laugh and have a good tlmo, and you maliciously and villainously turned feel botterl" DID NOT JiNTEllTAIN. T6lMWs"liMi3ER. Notorious itidlt.'XIsplnbBh. ' fiacl'siio'Kiiowii U10 Visitor It Would, Havo Boon the conversation into a channel to Dllforont. vex and degrado inc. I hopo you lyesfiraaai 6Mwaaae99ee0t9eas9eas0seea9M)eeeefl What bs MonUy In a . Ji Aunt, QWr nf llli d'n 0rwt Araarl- nunvl.1 w Mill worn Klndlfa-NeFlam. Bowser. "Of course I'm satisfied why shouldn't I ber" I don't believe tboro's alouso In the state belter kept 'than this. It Is always splo-spaclean, nothing, Is wasted, and your bump of ordor Is something ren Mrf Bowser had been reading for nn hour tho other evening when ho laid asldo his paper and said to Mrs. Bowser, who sat near him sewing: just wondering what men ''I do who hove no bomos, and how many of those who havo homes ap- -' predate, tbctnns I do mine." VI am glad to know you aro satisfied . jtlth your homo," replied Mrs. mi duly appreciated. It's funny what notions, a man gets into his head, isn't ft?" she reluctantly replied, fully realizing that he was treading on dangerous ground. "Hal hal hal Do you remember howl tried to put down that bed room carpet to saro fifty cents? That was one of my cranky notions. And don't you remember how I tried to clean, bouse hal hal hal" "But. wo get along all right," said Mrs., Bowser, wondering how she could lead the conversation to some other subject. "Of course we do, though there are limes when I ought to be kicked for my foolishness. On the street car the other day I got to thinking about my buying that fire escape, and I laughed till everybody looked at me. Wasn't that n daisy that fire escape hal hal hal "Y-o-9- ," bo," replied Mrs. Bowser, as her face lighted up. "I try todomy best, but there arc limes when when " "When I'm a regular old crank," he finished, with' a laugh. "Well, don't 16t that worry you. No mat tcr how big a crank I am, you aro markable" "I'm awfully glad to hear you say There wus evidently something on his mind, lur lie did nut even notice thi tuflit was c. Id and tlint 'he cook nnd h uscmald ure quarrt'ln,; aul-Ib- ly in the kitchen. "It can't be thedrer.ntakers bill1' his wife, "for the has only uiuit-safest refuge. sert It to me twice ns yet: It'iill only "Right here In my own house and Any-hw- , office as n Irist ref ort by my own wlfo I havo been Called go vi til it Is an) thing unpleasant notional, whimsical and cranky!" it soon tiioin.li," ard Mr. Bowser, as ho walked he'il (.peak she pourcl herself another ct.p o! ten, up and down. Mrs. Bowser plied her nccdlo n'nd which wni hot. mado 60 reply. t 'n't he spoke: "Bv the wiy, "1 havo thrown away millions of mydear.it seems rather dreary for dollars I have acted tho fool I am jou ulone all day In this I .rc lu ue an Object of ridlculel" Mrs. Bowser continued her work How should j ou like a visitor this winter?" and maintained silence. "Whatever put such an idea into "In ray good naturo I partially admitted that I bought a hammock your head. Henry Mnrturaallow? for two dollars which was well worth I'm sure I have no 'line to spend In four dollars, and whatdo you do but inventing amusements fori girl who hop on to me and chargo mo with would make me n strmiger In my own being tho biggest fool In Amerloal ' U ig.iged, That's just the way with all Wlv6sj I parlor. To be sure Amy e give 'em the slightest latitude and j and by coughing every time I' coinr wejr win try 10 wain ngnt over mo into the room but then I've made all husband. Mrs. Bow9erl" those lovely new sofa pillows; I can't Mrs. Bowser held her ueedlo sus- have them ruined. Then there's Utpended in her hand and looked up. ile look here, Henry, had ym any "No wlfo can bo happy with a fool one In particular In yrur mint?" of a husbandl For the next two Mr M.irshmellow looked alarmed. hours I shall bo busy In the library "Not at oil, ( assure you; that is, I arranging papers for the lawyers to the lady I had in mind Is see We will try and mean-- er in fact." avoid scandal, and I shall allow you quite Mrs. Marshmnllow stiffened. "It enough to Ilvo on comfortably until you find another husband one whd Isqulteimpossible. Inthefirst place, has no faults) If anyone calls say the guest chamber Isnot fitto be seen, that I am not at home. Woman, nnd anyhow, I don't want anybody good nlghtl" Detroit Free Press. to sleep in that lovely bed; tt would I Despite her years of married life, Mrs. Bowser had made tho mistake of specifying her husband's faults to his face, even though he voluntarily brought the matter up arid confessed them ona by one, and she now decided that silotico was her d 1 Because tlicre was no place like the liomc where they used The Cat Came ? Back Soap Castorln Is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants nnd Children. It coutnln.s neither Oph;.n, Horplilno nor other Narcotic Biibstuncc. It L a harmless substitute for Pnrcgoflc, Drops, Boothlng Syrups, and Castor OH. It la ricTMnt. Its gunrnntco Is thirty years' uso by millions of Mother. Castorln destroys "Wormi nml allays fovcrlMincss. Castorln prevents vomiting Sour Curd, cures Dlnrrhcon anrl "Whitl Colic. Castorln relieves toothing troubles, curca constipation nnd flatulency. Castorln assimilates tho food, regulates tlio stomach nnd bowels, tjlvl"ir healthy nnd natural sleep. Castorln Is tho Children' Panacea tho Stolhcr's Friend. S Vfr &nl Clairette ' j j I I This Great Soap makes home, home indeed. Keeps 2 everything clean. Keeps the housewife and cveryfxxly happy. Try it Sold everywhere. Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, StLoul.. 5 aooaoooeoeaeaooooeaaaacaeooaaataaaaaaaagcaaaa - Castoria. medicine for chit Attn. Mother hare tepeatrdly (old me of 111 good effeet upoo Uielr children." Da. 0. C. Owoon. " Castorta li an excellent Jewell, Mat. which I am acquainted. I Lope the day It not fir distant when mothers will comldcr the real Interest of their children, and use Castoria Instead cf the various qnaclc nosttumi which are destroying their loved ones, fcy fordntr opium, morphine, soothlnj syrup nr.it othrr hurtful agents down 'their throats, thereby ending then to premature ciares." Ca. J. r. K:xcitcu, Conway, Ar' Is so well edapted tochlldren that t recYHiimend It as superior to any prescription known to me." It. A. Anatr.a, M. I)., Itl So. Oxford St., UrooLIn, N. Y. " Castoria Castoria. i BKPC Sg I " CailorU la the bet renci! for children of "Our ph)slclans In the children's department hate spoken highly ef their experience In their outside practice with Castoria, and although we only hare anions; our medical supplies what Is known as regular products, j ct we are free to confess that fhe merits of Castoria has won us to look with favor upon It." United lKnriTAt, ako DitrnsuBT, Coiton, Mass. AUxtt C Surra, An Clcgant &1 fli 0pho6lerefi - vAahogemy parlor gait. ! ). Tho Contaur Company, 77 Murray Etreot, New York City. Some' dy i ;jrt this ninjjnificcnl present KRIIB and everybody who in iiif n pmcliftse of 3 or over will have a chance to get it; the drawing Jjpiuiy 1, 1S96, btf re a committee ol Owens-boro'- c ' n prtfcntative citizens, at the twlul.l 'Anynewslntheovenlngpaper?" sho queried, as he held his sides and . i gurgled. "Nothing to speak of. And don't you remember of my taking a fit to sleep In a hammock on tbo roof, and how ono of the f opes broko one night arid St. and hal hal hat If some of these wo "will (neiyr, funny men could get hold of my adventures what a lecture they' could (o show largbe make! Have you forgotten when I took a dose of that dandruff-eradica-test, fihept for spring tonic hal hal hal" of "That was funny, indeedl" laughed Mrs. Bowser, in spito of her fears. ?V6 Come do "Funnyl It was dawg-gonfunny! And the time I had the grippe and us. sec thought I was going to die hal hal boss crank of hal I expect I'm the America, and you deserve a pension glass-eyes- , sausages, live ing her yourself." for bearing with me so patiently. sheep, "Andenjoy hearing all ninter'ho.v timber or organs, for all of Do you recall the day I came home she brought p fifteen children withwhich and jawed around about the set of this is they find amarket. Of course, a gamo that could not be out even a sealskin jlcket or a pair of VvT. e:VEE T31, DPrcprlQtor. my collar, and you discovered that I played moro than once or twice with bloomers." night-shihad been wearing my all even the least unsuspecting of "Really, I was not aware that your olilliinrjr .VHIrfi. hal hal hal It's a wonder day tradesmen, Obituary notices wi.l be charged Louisville that you have stood It with me as of bogus but with the assistance Inquiry agents tho long as you have." "Of course you were not aware ol for at the rate nl $ ceuts per line. It "drivers' seem always to find "You'yo had a good many whims victims, and very frequently fresh anything- Well, 111 not have any Is cuitomary lur all publications to Denial Qp.. de and notions, but I hope you'll reform fraud the samo dealer These rates repeatedly company this winter, that's flit. I'm cbaiye for such matter. In thatTdlrcctlnn. I expect you've under goInR to fit up the guest chamber as will be adhered to without dHcrimf-niiio- n. 114 Main St.. 7f different names. Not thrown away three thousand dollars remarkable statement In thotbo least a private gymnasium and I'll hare fo please talc note ol it and book is dun t )u ofltndid when we prestct slneo we were married in indulging that twico a year the rogues hold an no room lor any one " our bill. Count six words to the lirfc. Owensboro, in your oddities." "international congress," at which 'Very well, then, that fettles Jtj. "How thrown away?" sharply tbo leaders "decide upon their comF.ver person, big, little, old or we'll say no more about it I wasn't queried Mr. Bowser, as ho instantly mon action for the coming season." Ky. overanxious lor It myrell." He was youngi black or white. iLh or poor, sobered up. who has ever ustil Dr. Bell's Tiue From tlmo to tlmo, too, they visit struggling into his coat as he spoke. Tar Honey, pronounces it the heft "Why, you've paid as high as three Germany In order togetconncctions, Painbss Oenistry a Specialty. hundred dollars for a horse not worth and, says the writer, "their honest "I only thought you would like a cough and lu"g jf jucdy on earth Our celebrated Crown and Bridge fifty dollars; you've bought pigs at ruled, their manners and appear- nice long visit from your mother, so It's trjie, too, so we guamntte. Work or I e'eth without Plates applied Z Wayne Griffin & Bro. " a high prlco which you had to give ance, their liberality in spending I wltront pain nnd guaranteed to give away; you've bought hens at two mbnby On good dinners and cham"My own mother! Why, I I Oim eiilEcriiiuii Hh ia increasing perlect satisfaction. dollars apiece which never laid an pagne, dazzle their chosen victims, thought all this time you meant jour Gold Crowns . . $5 to $7 Punplo arc just begineveryday. egg, and" who do not a wake from their trance mitherl O, Henry, I " $3 to $4 ning to appreciate Tub RrrunLiava's Porcelain Crowns "Aro you talking to me, Mrs. until they are taught by a heavy Best j.tt of Tcith (no belter made no But the f trect door bad closed and bold and out Fpnfcen principles. Bowser!" he demanded, as ho rose loss that their amlabfe visitor and waiter how much you pay) . . $8 she could hear hira whistling joyousA Good Set upand stood before her. now customer, tho partner of that $6 When your child is eating nn nps G.i!d Fillings ly as he went down the sireet. "Why, yes," she replied. $1 up "We 'leading London firm,' was nothing lie or a piece ol btead put one ol Dr. Phtinum Alloy d were having a talk more or less than a German sledge-driverfi Whenever the little children, the la- Bill's Tiny Tonic Tablets In it and if S'lvtr 75c about some of the foolish things you . dles or the big men want something there Is any constipation1 here it will iixiracung, per toolu " 35c have done, and I to regulate their liver 6rcuie constip- pass oO'jtltt as tay. A'l dealers sell IVwlesa cxtrcting with Vitalized Whenever a "What foolish things havo I has something druggist tells jouhe ation and biliousness. Dr. Bell' Tiny them at a.e a vul Z. Waj ne Griffin Air justasgoodforcotighs, 50c done! Just mime one slnglo thing, grip, etc., as Dr. Bell's PIneTarIIon PAINLESS CXTRCTING by the Tonic Tablets is what they must have & Bro, ,will you?" use of our Vitalized Air FHEE when ey don't you believe It, for we guar-an- te They cure and you never feel it. Aitificial Teeth arc ordered. "Didn't you pay threo hundred that Is is not true. We make Purely vegetable. 35c a vial. Z. A b Gold Filling in your Artificial Teeth dollars for a horso which ran away the genuine and authorize nil drug- WajueGriUin & Bro. same as your natural Teeth. and smashed everything and near- gists to guarantee it. The K. B. fl.NK Qivns KKLIHP. ly killed us both the first tlmo you Sutherland Co., Taducah. Ky. Olflco Pernmrantly Advertise! Advertiser For sale by Z.Wayne Griffin &Bro drove hlraf ' sbe timidly asked. To our Ai lentil, Locatnd. Wealth is won by enterprise, We hope Hut all v.honre Interested "I bought a horse for threo hunsits and sighs. The Blue Hens chicken is out for Slow-Gn helping us to puh th; circulation dred dollars. Ho was a beautiful lor Nil I it. Advcttlsel ol The Khpublican up to what it One scholarship in the Lexington animal and as gentle as a child. fame. A Delaware man In the Will. says: should he, .will do what they can in buMntss College. Call at this office You opposed his purchase, and to adelphla-KecorPatronize! Patronize! fur particulars. It will pay you. the way ol securing rubsctiben. tl "Delaware not only wants n battle. Printers' ink II you would rise; carry out your fell designs you Call attention to the amount ol went out to the barn In my absence ship naraeJ for her, but she wants the Busy Tings make tmli hives. home news we publish every week, Children Cry for and drovo tacks into blm, and largest one of the whole fleet and she Advertise! and write nn ehoit and spicy news Kx pounded htm with tho snow shovel, bases her claim upon services render, Castoria items iroci your neighbotbood. and otherwise abused him until he ed to the United States the honor beIleal 1'll.al ItrliliiK riles,. When the children drink bad water was frightened to death." 86 years Good Old Grnnny MetcnII. Symptoms Moisture; intense itch cause the first battle unfertile Amerinnd eat too milch green fruit, or have old, living at 618 Monroe meet, "Why, Mr. Bowserl" ing and btinging;most at nightiworse can flag was fonght on Delaware soil; the stomachache or diarrhosi from Ky., sn)s that Dr. Bell's Pine by scratching. If allowed to continue "Don't 'why, Mr. Bowser,' rael nny cause, you needn't be alarmed Tar Honey is the best grip cure, tumors form, which oltr.i bleed and You havechargedrae with throwing because the vote ol Cionr Rodney about them. II you will get a 35c or cough, lung and bronchial, remedy ulcerate, becomlngverysore. Swane's made possible the Declaration ol In away thousands of dollars foolishly. 50c bottle of Dr. Bell's Antil'lux that has been offetcd to the people Oistjient stopstheitching and bleedI am cither a sensible man or a fool. dependence, and because Delayare they will t play in halt hour after dnring her life. XitnMntteJ by. Z. ing, heals ulceration, and In most Glvo me an Instance of my wasteful was the first State to adopt the Con the fitbt dose. Z. Wajue Griffin & Wayne Ortffiu & Bro. cacs removed the tumors. At drugextravagance," stitution of the Unidcd States. If Bro. gists, or by mail, for so cents. Dr. "I I don't think you wostefully these arguments are r.ot considered Svayne& Son, Philadelphia. Now'stlioTir.13 Read the handsome business extravagant. You simply do odd sufikeilt Delaware can search her recThe scrirtnres ssy there !g n lnTiiKKi;i'i,uitiCANlroni things and have cranky notions." UU.KIU TELEFSIONE ord a little and find some other reaKnld cjutrtarM. na nnt. no roi ltr AilfcDtAsl time lor ever) tiling. A lime to week to week and give these mer. "I do odd things, do I? Just men- sons." Nm4MU rj jMCily, VilUeorCoiinlrif weep, a t'me to t.ing. n time to nuaiav iiniP) iivrotauuiuc. irwkSBvis- tion one instance, will you? I havo chants your trade who ask for it. ltlOADl lMHHrDUMnn. play, a time to dunfc, aiid a tune cranky notions, havo I? Just specify Children Cry Tor W.liiiit i Drd you ever think of one of those cranky notions!" to PAY. HUM. U your Gaia Im tuk no br km od. llMrrlpllotif "Wasn't It odd about your wearthis? In other words, whit'o Plteher'8 Castoria. pa rpt.lrUf nTr oat ot ordr, AmaiurmiUr,UnaWritill time WaiTnUd. ing your ulgbt shirt around all ' !, li,.,, hi, you think air lit that subscripW. P. lUrrliOfi ft Co.. C.vk 10, Columbus, a day?" tion aeeo'int ru have Ucnovv leg "No, ma'am, llwasn't not when lo! these many jcaisf tho circumstances are considered. a. $50. $50 Somn poop'o Kaydx- job on yflur It was simply a put-uWe will giro eebolarihlp irood part, and I won't forget it If I llvo Well I am Koing t piv U oll.but for a complete course In either to bo a thousand years old I Now, department of the Columbian Mup Hud think "we cannot run" Business College, value S50 00, nbout JjoJllR cranky. When havo It lukc4 mi such "pruiuUes " to tba person tending ua the best you discovered any evidence that I Ywur account may be money. irlglnftl copy or design, ilse 2x4 was a crank?; for nenspupor adver1 'ivmqI- - i'l thrm addid tm til, "Wasn't that fire cscapo a cranky tisement for our school, before together aun.u"..t' tu nuitlctliing Jtnnary lat,, 1604, We tenth idea?" sho hesitatingly queried. buslnett wltbout teit boc1i, "Not a bit of It not the slightest! How About Vour-itfisa, Actual business from itnrl to It wus 'juatffdli a purchase as any flalib. fiuperlor Inslructlnn In on Account? I.nok at the label sensible man "would make,' and thai s bookkeeplnPenmanililp, your, apcrandgt(youn pencil nnd Usnklng, only reason It is now In tho garret Iw,Orftmaiar, Sliurtlinnd , figure It' up',' and send or paper, dtoee, Is becauso you cut the ropes and TeIKrnphj and bung us' the money.' straps to pieces (0 display 'your od railroad ofllcsprsctlce. I'lvo spite. Mrs. Bowser, you have acexpert Instructors. Unttr any Hur.llu carries Franklin by about time. Oradostet assisted to complished your objeotl" 2G0, a Piinnrratio gain nl about 20, LATEST TERROR TO WAR VESSELS. positions. Catalogue free. A n; "W what object?" Twenty-ln- f h gun which will destroy a ship ten miles off. en from Id to so Teiraold ti ay "When you 'saw me taking cord-foThfl abora cut ahowa I ha latest fnrenlian In hearr ordnaneo. eossptte. Write at once to Tbta un. Wfcleh la Intended In my own home you mado up for coast defense oolr, U Ihlttr fMI lonf , and la capablo of dropping a shell nonulnUK five bus- iiOtkTHrftWIIfon, I'roprlftort. nv new unpiceieaj sen wife iw M ea. your minq to sdoii my evening, you tfred to until of DltroclT oorlna ioto a wia-Caiitorlii Mln8t.JiwT)l)e, Ind. pow(Uf UtbJlplru4(4 I ," e spoil the. set ol pillow Besides, I shall be too husy to take nttjbody Tho Ply Their Nefarious Trado In the around this winter; the house takes British Capital. up all my time." Some extraordinary revelations qt "But what I was thlrking was that tho doings of German swindlers In ynu mifht be glad ol a little help In London aro made la a book entitled your housekeeping." "Knights of Industry." Thojolumo "That is just where you are misconsists of nrticles reprinted from tho Cologne People's Gazotte. and taken, Henry Marshmallow; when I th author, himself a victim, sup- - want any interference fn my domestic Prts nis sensational assertions by aflairs I'll let you know. O, yes, I incontrovertible proofs, and, in know just how much she would cni many cases, by reference to police- joy putting n finger into my pic!" court convictions. Theso Teutonic "You quite surprise me, dear; still, swinaicrs, it scorns, ore Known as you must know her better than I." "sledge-driversand their frauds "That is the first time since our are conducted on the very simplest of methods. Every penniless vag- marriage mat you nave . nown nny rant who comes to London from the npprecbton of my judgment I'm fatherland, generally after tho land glad you've learned itsvalueat List " of his birth becomes too hot to hold "O. well, I only thought to give him, sots up with a garret for office you pleasuie." as an "agent," and, with tho aid of "Great pleasure. I'm sure. I only g glowing circulars, Induces German manufacturers, anxious hope you haven't already invited her. to establish a trade with London, to If yen have, I give you lair warning 1 forward all sorts of goods, which aro shall just expose mysell to smallpox, either sold on arrival or exported to and have the house qiunuttned, so India or Africa, and, needless to she can't come." say, nover paid for. These "sledge-driver"01 course 1 haven't asked her. I disdain nothing, and Will thoupht I'd just suggest it, lest you readily accept from confiding comaskpatriots consignments of trouser-button- didn't like to, and you d enjoy SLEDGE-DRIVER- S. easy-goins" s, 1 "Bread is the Staff of life," J,"Sl, lllUE When A FiBlTK IPSE t MtssisssjwisiaiisssssaaissssssssvnssssljssstinHiisssiasssswsissssisslsssitss-wiiisssPsBssB.MSssasa- rv545r lihraraTf Ballard's ObeliskS' KihI. Huttfutd, it eornes to ftarnitare we are in the The Purest. Strongest and. Best. QPTbosliam ONLY 25c PER POUND CAN. For rale bv Stevens it ky. complete line ol BeS Room Kitchen, Parlor, Office, Diulng Room and fchonl Purnltute with Prices lower than tver btlote. We can sell jou a brd room set .'or $10 50. or n fidebrard the.fnnie ptice;, which will make jott del good every time youvlook at It. Thefe, however, are just simples ol our unequaled bargfiljjs.of which we have nn Immense house lull. The firest line ol parlor suits. Ploor and Fwirging Raclcels.Dcsks and nook cases ever In Owtnsboro. COURTItOUS and LinKRAI, TRUAT-MBNPAIR and HOKUST Dcaliug, STVUSH and Goods. The VKRY LOWKST Prices. Lad. It T. Weil-Mad- e NEW Corner 3rd TODISVILLE FURNITURE HOUSE, Ann Streets B. S. WOLFJ12 W. Miiin, 0veiiJrboro. cfalcktai nd eggm no J to Whom jon It rfepeod apon lluw and Whin yoa market r tend them. We are I a re reel Ten ot poultry and firs and hv an efttattkhrd trad) and taod the bct chance to make mony of all oar bippcra We rrcUe and Mil Hatter, Ccr Veal, Hides, reltt Tallow, lleans Medt, loUtua. WcmjI, IUt. Grain or nnjlltla Tea mar Aare to ship. Information c beer folly InraUhed. Cnotatlona mailed rtttalarlj lutUoae nbo iriaett It, and liberal adrancea made oa tba larrMt cwniltrnmenu by HPRNDON-CARTER court house) where pleased you the and lowest price stock FURNITURE .in the Stale. and can yougood. PROHT IN POULTRY! 313,3tB,ai7 43t0MURRCLLCOUnT. . . LOUICVILtC, CO., - KY. THE MARTIN & SMITH B. i !i 1. 1 . liitt fifii, AN rt finiB&l 1 tie HHmmr republican ONE fil YEAR l, al HARTFORD RKPVBLirAN; DE3Cjo.2.,,-fct03rcDES.37"- Wrilc jour name and address on a po.-tcard, send it to Geo. W. Bes Room a, Tribune Building, New York City, and sample copy of Till! NEW YORK WfiKKLY TRIBUNE will be mnllcdto you ifwww iKrmmrVM3xmKmmmmmimmmMm SI 40 Hcturutng prosperity will mako many rich, but uo ulicro can (hoy niako imichwitriiu a ehort time as by succctslul Speculation iu Qrain, VroVrs FOR EACH DOLLAR FOfTIS Sn6 utvestmentsr ion and Stock. good-nature- ," $101 Invested can bo mndo by our Systematic Plan of Speculation - , K IP I o originated by ua. All succtsslul speculators operate on a regular system.xi is a wen Known laci mai mere aro uiouianus 01 men in an pans urine United States who, by systematic triiling through Chicago brokers; mako large amounts erery year, rnogiup from a lew thousand dollnrs fur tho man who invests a hundred or two hucdrcd dollars up to 850,000 to 8100,000 ur more by thoso who invest a few thousand. It is also a fact that thoso who make the largest proGls from comparit-ivel- y email in vestments on this plan are persons wholive away Jrom Chicago and invests through brokers who thoroughly understand systematic trading. Our plan does not rlk the whole amount jnvested ntinny trade, but covers both hides, so that whether tho market rises or falls it brings a steady profit that piles upenortuouriy iu tt short tlmo. WRITE FOR CONVINCING PROOFS, also our Manual on success, tul speculation and our Daily Market Roport, lull of pointers' ALL FRI3E. Our Mnutml explains margiu trading fully. Highest ret erencrsin regard to our standing and succoss. G2.G mo For further information address money-makin- Pitcher's THOMAS & CO., Bankers and Brokers, 241 242 lllalto Uullding, Chicago, 111. i.ouiN atex.k n I,v. Henderson WEST BOUND daily dallv. Basketts . . No. St. No. S3 Spottsville , Uv U. JuisvilIe 6 30 p m 7 xo a m Reads Ky. Street . , . 6 45 p m 7 45 a m Worllilngtou West Point . , 7 25 p m 8 25 a 111 Stanlev , , . . . 7 30 p m 8 28 a m Howard i.oci"vn.i.r.. ST. be-a- J p S &lL IN TUITION 1 1 Mwi rr LIbC -. Ilijsl-net- Corro-pon- Trpe-wrltln- Owvnsboro Mattltigly Griffith . Reads . , 7 39 p iu 8 37 a m 7 47 p tu 8 45 a in 8 53 a m . 7 55 P 8 04 p n 9 0 n m S m p in 0 a m . 8 21 p m 9 19 a m Irvlngton . . . 8 30 pm 9 30 am yeuster , . . . 8 38 p m 9 39 a m I.odlljurjj . . . 8 45 p 111 9 47 a m 8 55 p tu 9 56 a tu Pierce Ssmolc 900 piu to 00 a ra Strphenfpnit . 9 09 p m 10 09 a tu Addison . . . 9 14 p m to 14 a m . . . Holt 9 17 p tu 10 20 a m Cloverport 9 38 p ario 3J a nt . Shops 9 31 p m 1037 a m . 9 43 p in to 50 a m Skill man . 9 54 P m 1 1 02 a iu Haweaville Petrle . . . . 1002 p in 11 09 a m Pnlcon . . . 10 07 p in 1 1 15 a iu Caycc . . . 10 la p m 11 19 a m Lewtoport . in 18 p rii 11 35 a tu Waitman . , 10 35 p m tt 33X m Powers . , . 10 35P") II 43 am Pates . . . ,' 1048 pm 11 56nm Willowdalc . Rock Haven I.011 Branch Brandenburg Kkron Guston . . . . n .'. EAST BOUND dlaly dally I No. 5a. No 54. . . 7 30 a in 3 55 p ra ' to'p'm . . 7 34 a nt , , 742 u 111 3 16 p iu 8 50 a m 3 23 p in . . 7 5851 3 30 p in . . 8 06 n 111 3 37 p m Grifltth . . . . 809 n m 3 41 p tu oiattingly . , , 8 17 a tu 3 47 p m . 8 30 Owensbord . m 4 00 p m 8 40 a m 4 08 p m Pates . . . . . b 55 a in 4 20 p ra Powers . , Waitman . . . . 905 a in '4 2,9'p in Lewjsport . . 9 13 a m 4 36 p ra - Cayce , . . , . 9 190 m 4 42 p tu . . 9 23 a iu 4 45 p ra Falcon : , Petrle , . . , . 929am 4 51 p tu. Hawcsville . . . 9 37 a m,4 59 p ra SHUlniaa ; , . . 948am 509 Shop , , . . 1000 a in 521 p m , 1005 a Cloverport . 34 pra . 10 30 a in 5;Jpjn Holt . . . 10 23 a in 540 j tu Addison , Stephfnsport . . to 28 n in 54Jpw . 1037 a iu 552'p m Sample . , Pierce . , . , 10 41 am 557 p m, J.odibmtr . . . tot49 n 111 6 06 p nv . 19 57 a,m 6 J4 p ru Webstct , . Irvlngton . . . 11 05 a ra 6 23 p ra , p-r. 111-. , . . , Stanley . . Wotthlugton Spottsville 59 p ra ra 06 p iif 09 p m 12 18 pm , it 14 p tu 13 tx p 111 . II 18 p HI 12 27 I'lll . IQ 11 . rt ChlldrerjCryor ' fitchews 45pra Basketts , , , it 53 pm Ar.IIcoderspn ia jo a m . . 11 33 . . 11 pm iras p w 12 35 p P ra Long Branph . 1 1 Rock Haven . rt47 Willowdalc . , 11,53 a nij'aj P;m Howard . . ,13 p p 1117 30 p BJ West Point s la 05 p in 7 35 pra . Ouiton . . , Ekron . . Brandenburg . , 1 1 11 48 p ni 5 58pra 39 a tn 7 njr p pi G 33 a in I4ia ni. 640 pm 31a m ia 4 Ky Street Ar. U- - 11 1 1253 12 59 15 p pin pin Louisville 00 p ra 8 30 p m II. S. AlORPUH, u. r. A., JttilllB Unm xu Louliville, Ky Ai 7