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IN IBS FOURTH W& .mwm pi ' I ii HI T ffir WlflTltr ' It hit ties mi J la id practice of Jtmotit f hylcln for over tin ytart 20c. and 6O0. DorrUt. Att piAioRf, CO., Tnethlnr end Summer No nolhcr ihouU U without I the chlU'e neon.) ummr. book fLOYD - Court find, CQKGm.lOHAL SISTRICT, ntladje - lections arf cdto. OU i f. W. rot. . 0n6oro, K. ; Yoii. vm, MJKNY. I ' uo- lAttond- J Market St. m u rloperior s'XMa. , f HAETrORD, ' KYT, FRIDAY, NOVEMBEK 22, 1895. Highest of all In Leavening Power. NO. IT. Latest U. S. Gov't Report - B Ef l and Holmes at No. 1226 Wrlghtwood to wit: The Lsbinon Roller Mill Co., of which corporation he' was nvenue, where they were living. I Ilia health sufOn June 30 Minnie Williams sent made the secretary. Man Of Many Aliases iBosme hertmnkto the Polk street Depot fering Irom the busincs', Mr Moore WiUJanis (INCOflPOHATt d.) nnd lelt U r Mllwauktc Nannie kept learned his place and turned his Jjm, In farming, which has ntwa8 house fur Holmes during her siste r'B beenJa favorite occupation with him. nlxcncc. l, liriSS3hsniirried..l uMimie Brown, HolmoB' Caroor of Crirrio July 4. bhe wrote an nunt nt of Washington county.and they have Sovornl Dhrk Dooda Lnld Texas, that Holmes had promtit thp Dbd of fho ised her n tour to Europe. On July an int'erstlngUamily of thteechildren, Convlctod Man. S Minnie and Nannie Williams were two girls andoue boy." tr a seen on Seminary avenue for the ll Kt. The story of the lite ol H. II last time. Homes claimed Minnie Those, who have used Dr. King's lfrom Holmes Is n marvelous one. returned nnd in a fit of jealousy killed New Discovery know its value, and time when he assumed the name her sister with a stone and that he those who have not, the have now the opol Holmes his real name being Mud-gethrew the body Into the lake nt the portunity to try it Free. Cull on the to the date of his arrest, is foot of Diversity street advertised Druggist aud get a Trial one long list ot criminal acts, If one-ha- ll Aside from John Oker there is no Bottle, Free. Send your name and that has been laid at his door is trace of Minnie Williams alter lune address to H. It. Bucklen &Co., Chi. (justly attributed to hint. 30, and he is not positive as to the cago, and get n sample box of Dr His residence- - is in Chicago, the exact day he saw them on Semimary King's New Life Fills Free, as well as building ot the Castle" nt Sixty-thir- d aVenue, aud that it might have been a copy ol Guide to Health and House-hol- d fKBfRAOTJCAU SCHOOL OFTHE SOUTH. was atld Wallace streets, which June 30 or July 1. ' 'tonr tit S iritA ilt atuj.Air. a7tMi which Instructor Free. All-o- l after wrd used by him, as the police onfiW EbdrriMat.-rir'I.- old. Hi July 1 Holmes wrote a letter to is gurauUcd trdo you good and cost K b Hl llotimn bm. believe, os a charnal house, tends to rft.wavalihea.lrMa-rval.ienttntBtaltl'ollMt, John Olter glzing up the flat at No. you nothing Williams & Bells Dtug HrxpiinK.tnKM HIT ! arwr of tncnnfaj ttnJanft. vnoae aaUrlta tfrrnfate tuimdraNle of deepen the interest lelt in the action iMoWrigbtwood avenne, the letter Store. aJuauanH.. si ,..rw prr annum lUcM by AHubI But of the jury, and although the case lias being leceived on the following day. 1 Nn T. flooa lratlfw irom rart to Anlah bonk No f'offjlni. IIpoi) of HwIomi IX. been allowed to jest quietly by the The following was clipped from one On July 6, a trunk was taken from rtanont is tetra nratnrai tiptrlaBCeaa book kriwr anJ tiMrl aetoantanl yet dally, that flat atld late In the day a trunk ol our live exchanges; iifjiii.-- r iwinn or irnni.iv co. Chicago police and press, I.UmilAN r.XfOUITIU.H lu 'Amnrli'in Hra. people visit the castle where this '"Rockaby baby, your mamma has 1am of DbnrlhanJ," uarb in tbla Oolitca. and with a portion of a female body was Kndoraeuarnt U loo h.adcl tbft Da. man carried on the operation and re lllthral (an delivered to G.' M. Chappel for artio gone, she's out at the caucus and will Mrtmrnt i rrj.oitt), from tbe author, ofthlf tr,tai be till dawn; she worcipnpa's trousers, r.t.vuaxrirr itttiani. .Cndonod br call the. story of his movements. ulation. Train Ulrpatrhtra an1 baalat railway end rompanlaa The following is a. chronological Tbo Only. faetiMl In the) In November Homes' "Castle" and iu thera looked queer, so hushaby WwrM oprrallnf A comaltte Ballwar rJTitim for too toaaflt fif 4tt .tenanta, xesume ol the principal develop baby, your mamma's a terror; she's building wns damaged by fire. tiiitinvAa. ritAcncai. TTajrk, Violin all OfpartOM'ali. !fo Clauo Collar ) at ments of the investigation of this In December he went to Indianap- run three conventions, declared for (73.C00.uo tiuarauitre pal oar money rr(antt rtrantif. or oanad, arreted and Klecavnl NKW man's doings. olis to secure the release ol B. P. three fellows she's great on tie fnralthad br e BUaXltlNU. o owat the ragnlreratnteot our practical aiitcmc of MAN OP MANY AMAKSFS Pitzel from jail, where the latter was straddle way up on a, vote, as hushaby nttraetloa rnrnaww Mewl, Elnlrlc LlihL Water, parftct trMiladoo To larsact anil moil Herman D. Mudgctt, Alias u. H. charged with swindling, nnd while baby, your papa's the goat' Rockaparfrcltr aqnlr-pnnalataa OolleveUalldtaa; n tnoavoieila. lUutraiodCatalofaafrw, Addreea Holmes, Harry Gordon, Tratt nnd there had the property ot Minnie by baby, mamma seems to lag, and C C CAX.IIO Vlf, Principal, Loxlatfon, Ur. N. Williame, in Howard was born in Oilntanton, Fort Worth, Texas, heaven help papa if she comes home H., tn i860. At the age ol 15 he transferred to Pitzel under the name with a fag So Rockaby baby, I'm taugbtchool and in 1878 he entered ol Beuton T. Lyman. Holmes met glad you can't talk, for papa got his wonderful matrimonial career by Miss Georgina Pokes and married lonesome and went for a walk; he marrying Clara layering, at Lontop, her at Frankliu, Indiana, under the wis met by a widow -- a regular N. II. In 1879 he began the study of name of Howard. 'dream' your papa's a dandy, but and alt name drug In 1S94 Holmes and Pitzel appeared ncjofol the 'fcreani.' So hushaby lanlnm coaducud I IIIIDEIttTK (FK.1. Mr medicine, while a clerk in a aCcaUUlbnatmcJl tc iMilroflhtl'alfr.tOfficc, store at Hast Concord, N. II t and at Forth Worth under tbenamesof O. baby, lor flirting's on sin your.dady l ad lay firliillH marcutlar. imtrji art naturpatl altatch tr'chiiu.raph of larrnllon. with tax the following year be matriculated in C Pratt and Benton T. Lyman nnd was tempted, she tickled his chin, acktrtt ilm aid itatcrfffnl at todvantatt cllintd. "V rAna U uxml fbr nmplnH at fc the University of Michigan as a med- operated extensively, being run out she was so plump so pretty, so neat HtltKlabtltHj, and ror fca lor tiraecatlftt iha ical student. He completed the for horse stealing. trill rw( U calUd for tmtlt lh and so trim, so hushaby baby, your SltHll itill'Wit, Invalona' CulDa," can. course of study in l83i. Inbtaatloa KM (n All Comraoni" til?sll lu July an insurance policy was is dad's in the 'swini.' " Blrlttly CcpOdtaUal. CoiUdercd The following year, i88j. Mudgett iRANKL.N H. HOUGH assumed the name ot H. II." Holmes sued by the Fidelity Mutual Llle InMo i'nitlalimrlil too Scvrro. surance Association of Philadelphia MS T SlrcAb TTASIIIXaTON. It. V. A too severe punishment cannot be and appeared for the first time as a in lavor of Holmes as trustee for- - the criminal in the role ol an insurance chlldtcnon the life ot B. F. PitzeL fixed upon the perjurer. He should THEBGC1DEHT80FLIFE swindler. By his clevernrss fn this Holmes appcircJ in St. Louis under be given a life sentence In every which is not too revere The linehe succeeded in beating nn insur-acc- e the mmsol Howard. Write to T. 8. Qctkciy. A rjieatcst obstacle to the suppression company out of $u e,v.o by ub September the charred remains Drmncr lid, Chicago, Btcro In JHBU of crime is the scamp who can be Ury of the Btak Accitrjrr slituting n cadaver nnd tnnking fait ol a man were found in the house at CourAMV, for Informitloo prQol of death, to the life insurance No 1316 Cullowhill street," Philadel- hired to f icejudgc and jury and swear ? rtgardlojr Accident Inrar to an infernal lie, in older to clear on nnce. Ucntlon thU paper. company, ol a, mythical person phia, rented by Pitzel under the some vill.iin who-- e neck ought to be Xef to dolor you cut mtw hom he had a policy written Uctry The body was aftername ol rnttntcrahlp fee liai paid over (000,000.00 (or broken. Let the peijurer be dealt 111,1887 Holmes took up his rest, tccldenUl Injoilcf. ward identified as Pitzel and the $io,-0- 00 with according to the enormity of the drnce in Chicago nnd became a clerk Be your own Agent. insurance pild. Later that year oflense where it is necessary to in n dtugbtote nt No 700 and rixty How-a- nd HO UEDICAV KXAJXINATION RCQCIR2U Holmes took Alice, Nellie and hang him to get rid of a barrier to the third street, near the tight oj the Pitzel from their mother to put enforcement ol law, why let that be "Castle " them in school. He was at Chicago, done. Jackson Hustler. In 1883 Holmes bought the drag ludiauapolis, Cinciunati, and finally . ii-stoic nnd also the property at sixty-thir- d Toronto, Canada. WSvAW REDUCED TIie Tolrdav neettly lllntla nuil Cnni. nnd Wallace streets and comWTItKTJ TREATtO On November the 17th Holmes was ItnlKII of 1086. ai i With a great Presidential Campaign tlfW rfia Aiancuianiel MAfiw menced the erection of the building arrested in Boston on the charge ol c oetsi wm During conspiring to defraud the Fidelity comming next )ear, every thoughtful known as the "Castle " O.W.nNYDI'II MIX ITIUUO IIKAiat(.aUMCI this year he married Miss Myrtle Mutual Association ot Philadelphia. citizen will need, besides bis local paIhlknap, of Wilmettc.nnderthe name July Is 1895, Detective Geyer and per, a great national weekly. The ol Honry II Holmes. the police find the bodies of Alice greatest and most widely known of 1889 I, h. Conner applied to Holmes noil iseiuc ruzei in me coiiagc ceiiar these is the Toledo Weekly Blade. for a position as a jeweler and was atNo 16 St Vincent street, Toronto. For thirty years it has been a regular placed in charge of that department July.9 Mrs Pitzel identified the visitor in every part ol the Union, of llolmen' store. Conner, his wife bodies as those ol her children. and is well known at almost every July 3 blood staiued garments one of the 70,000 postotHces in the Julia L, Couuer, anda little daughter, JVul. went to the "Castle" to 'live, were found in the house in Chicago, in, the country. It Is edited with recccupymga flat on the top of the and a warrant was sworn out for ference to a national cliculation. It third floor. thes building being then Holmes by Andrew Manier, charging is a Republican paper, but men of all him with the murder of Julia Connor. politics take it. because of its honesty only three stories high. 11 Is pruptraJ to ilt kinds o On July 24 Holmes was found guilty and fairness in the discussion of ail In I896"the fourth Story was added Dental work t reuonable prions. to the "Castle" and the first troub'e ol the murder of Alice Pitzel at Tor- public questions. It is the favorite Office over J. W. Foril & Co' onto, Canada, by a coroner's jury-Ofamily paper, with something tor every between H6mes nnd Conner began Feed Store a July 24 part of a child's skele- membrr ot the household. Serial In 1891 Conner bought the drug tJUf SALESMEN store Irom Holmes and the trouble ton, supposed to be that ol Pearl Con- stories, poetry, wit and humor; the ANTED nor, was unearthed at the "Castle" Household department (best in the Vlf-- t Wwj.n one or two GOOD between them over Mrs. Julia Conner (n this city. world), Young Polks, Sunday School lesylted in March in n separation of MENiu eaob county to lake onlen M. Chappel threw Lessons, Talmagc'a Sermons, the On July 27 forn'OHOlOE line of NURSERY Corfnerand his wife. Holmes ImSTOCK nY SEED POTATOES. mediately fnbtalled Mrs. Conner as the police into high glee by coming Farmstead, the Question Bureau We his housekeeper, and she became too to the front with a btory ol articuln-tin- y (which answers questions for subStock find Serd RuaraBtced'. a skeleton supposed to be that of scribers), theNews orthe "Week in give you steady employment wilb intpifstHve, and she and little Peatl GOOD pay. It willeoit cu nothing leaving the either Minnie or Nannie Williams, complete form, and other special featto give it a trial. Stato when writ disappeared suddenly ures. Specimen copies gladly sent breakfast table uncleared and the nnd, also that of Julia Conner. iog.wliiclt you prefer toscll, In August the remains of the body ou application, and it you will send Holmes tells the room disarranged. AddrfM, to No. 0 G.rnn HWK8 NURSERY CO,, story that she was called to Daven- of Howatd Pitzel was unearthed in a us a list of addresses, we will mail n IrVing-tp- n, ' ' Rochester, N. Y, copy to each. Only $1 n year. It port to the bedside of a dying sister. bouse occupied by Holmes in a suburb ol ludiauapolis. His you wish to raise a club, write for Karly in 1892 Minnie Williams, a trustworthy young lady Irom Fort "Worth, Texas, movements were traced during his terms. Several WANTED: or lad's to travel in "Address Tub Bladh. leasing' the stay in Indlanapo'is.'and several damKentucky for established, reliable joined a stock company, - Toledo, Ohio. old Olteeuth street theatre in Denver, aging pieces of evidence were discovhouse. Salary 8750 and expenses. Steady position. Enclose rolerence and met Holmes under the name of ered In connection with the murder Heady lor (limine. of Howard Pitzel. andeltaddrcs8ed Mumped envelovcd Harty Gorden. The Ellendale Fair company is now Holmes was convicted of the murTbo Dominion Company.Third Floor, tn May, 1891, Kmiline Girand, an IMOt emplpye at the Keeley institute, der ol B. F, Pitzel, November 2, 1895, organized and the work of ImproveOmaha, BWk., Chicago. ment will begin at once. Monday """ Inter Ocean. HOT1CE. at Dsvight, .came to Chicago nnd ac- at Philadelphia. Afternoon a good crowd mtt nt the womao In. tho TTnlltd IwiirrTtry'nnanil ste(air ground and $6 700 worth ol stock IUt toUraiUd la tat Oplnm And Vbltkr cepted n position 9S Holmes' kiklM to.btvo ona of mybooia on taati dll nographer and r When the children drink bad water was subscribed for by six good reliaand in n. kf. (Toollor, Atlaau, Ua. uua. iJdrait will b Miit jonfron. ona Box A few days nnd eat too much green fruit, or have ble farmers residing in Daviess counDecember disapptfired. the stomachache or diarrbcua Irom later cards were issued announcing any cause, you needn't be alarmed ty. The amounts subscribed for by her marriage to Heury B. Phelps, about them. If you will get a 250 or each about equal. Mr. W. F. Rapier whose identity is npt known, but 50c uouie oi ur. .ueira Anu-riu- x was elected president; Wra. Bowling, who is supposed to have been a myth. they wjJLl"6e at play In half hour after vice president; C F. Thompson, sec first dose. Z. Wayne Griffin & the SISTRRS PISAFPSAB. WILLIAMS t'betpralir, Ohio rioutliwtmcrri K. It. retary; H. II. McCaiu, treasurer;. J, H. Bro. . Invito Minnie Williams came' to Clark and Silas Gootee, directors. ) . . ,.- Holmes' private ChicaSpTand Work will soon begin Improving the The Now CommUaloner. se6t Between secretary. became Jfannie came to fcne In June The Marion Falcon, the home pap- grounds and finishing the buildings. Chicago njjd visited Minule Williams er ol Mr, Lucas Moore, the newly At Monday's meeting a fiqe barbeelected Commissioner of Agriculture, cued dinner was spread. On Thanks- ANI 1 has the following corapllmentry no giving day a turkey .social will be given and a little later a meeting of tice! sour, irritAblo, to (bat tha wbolo worW aoms wrong. "When we cau't get n peuiocrat we the diicvtara will be.held.to prepare That's tbo way you tool waut the next best thing, which is a. for building the proposed electric line Jr ' AUo from and to ifcttaivyour Htop fa You pocd Doctor good Republican Irqtu Marion county to Owviisburo Mr. Rapier 'says the Cinclnliatl and Evansvlllo. IVUuU to Plorce'i Plcoiaut line will wlthrut doubt be built and jtlmukto It Sod correct It; to HI! the fat office. "" and clear up your system "Mr. Moore fills the bill- - to perfec- next ear the llllendile lair will be Do not purchesea Ticket for you. You wont mind Norr.fi. E'aat: South or Woot the taklugiOf hra ao tion. Intelligent, active, social, a one of the pteateat attratlons Ihot'ro no unal! art Until-yolnatural fn tiolr rTocti. good farmer nnd at the same time a Wetern Kentucky has. ' Air. Uopier i have- - consulted an Agent All that you notioe niih systematic, educated, business man) has the vinf and with Iheprtiperman-ageinen- t of the tatm U tbo good that will put things through: saving I1I1 politics, no better mau tBar'do. In tbo porBiaautit cur of WlloiMBMe, Jaud. could have bee 11 elected, OwrilkborO MesfengeVr1' dtoo, Conatlpatloa,. Indigestion, Sour Blom. iich,'PlafA-8!ckBillouA Headache, "Mr Moore was born. In Washings and orery Mrer, Momaoh, or bowel dtordr, Fob SAI.R; One combined' saddle " iiaitTEJjjrnAjNi ttoj're ouarotJ to gtio satWacUan, or ton coanty, educatedlargely nt tbo rauaiy U returned. haiiv.? and larm horse; 6 yfjars old. rtjTtMAN 11UFIMIT SrAtrRRS, Academy, lu Lebauou,.an,d ni- THb texfrigton 0A MURbERED 8SGolleee.i -j M Disappear. Sisters I Mar-shal- RoYal Powder jftg2sg?a Baking LAUNDRYMEN OWfiNSBORO, KY. Will pVactlco his profcssloh in Davfess and adjolmhg counties. Special 'attention given to collections Oflico, Bank of Commerce Building. LAWYER, GLENN & WEDJIN, HAItTFOItO, (Office, over AnJericn'a 3" X7" Ej"3rilIjE3, Jna. H.Glenn, jr;rl.R.Vftdlna;, , ABSOMJimY PURE GIVING ODT NOTICES. " Intimations " from tho Pulpit of Auohtorblrnlo Kirk. Tho Oood Old Faraon'a Appeal (or DeMute Widow Brlnft-- a ' Many Heart lleapon.ea, ltipeclaliy at II Known 11U Conjrrog atlon. -. tt MTiBr SsitKfci; of W-ttn- 1 u SUFFER. The Craze for Wheels It Cutting Into His Receipts. What is food for one man Is poison for another, and tho bicycle, craze is' bringing despair to tho heart of tho lauDdryraan. With the popularity ot bicycle suits and outing costumes tho white shirt and tho starched collar and cuff have fallen into disfavor. Cautr.) Will pracllco their profession In ah tho courts of Ohio arid Juljoining counties, and court of Appeals; Special attention given collectiona. .Also Notary Publio for Ohio cpuntj. LAWYERS, Jit. Taaaaea s.. Sml.tH, h nnni'o tdt ill3 'HHlBr' aHV Jimk ? fri tflhO. v -r-T W52S. 22-2- DEiNTIST. n (. "Tho congregation will noo be seated an' rPo their undivided attention tao tho followln' intimations. Some 0' them aro inatst as Important us the sermon," said Rov. Tnmmas MacPherson, as ho finished tho throne o' grace." Ho was in his eightieth, year, and had worn out flvo Bibles in beating tho dust out of tho pulpit desk of years. kirk during flfty-flv- o His parishioners worshiped tho ground on which ho walked; and though he was practically penniless for ho gavo most of hla large Income to tho poor they saw to it that the minister lacked for nothing. The old man reads the announcements In the guld auld mlther Scotch, and then says: "I hear that Wlddy Tamson Is In destitute, circumstances. This mauna be. Nane o' God's herltago maun suffer la tho midst o' tho guld folks o' Auqhterblrnio. Think o' thto on tho way taoyer names. Wo havo It In Holy Writ, that nlvver falls, that ho that glveth tao tho pulr Jendoth tao the Lord. There Is a) blessed privilege "Think o' the farmers 0' Auchter-blrni- e bein' lenders, an' ha'in' tho Lord for n customer. An' nno need tao foreclose tao got back paymen'; for It'll be returned twenty, thirty, fifty, and a hunnerfold. Noo ye can a' raise fine craps o' wheat an' corn an' ta'tties, as I can weel testify; for the Lord has moved yer bowels 0' compassion, and ye hao been unco generous tae me. "Then see if yo can raise guid crops o' brltherly compassion, and bring the first fruits o' that harvest tae pulr Widdy Tamson. Sanders Grant'll send her a load o' Qrewud. Fine dae I ken that; I seo't In San ders' generous o'e. An' fine kenlin he keep, tae, as I weel ken; for I'm burnln somo o' 't mysel', thanks tae Sanders' kindness." Sauders, sitting in his pew, the observed of oil observers, was by this time completely won over by compliment, and tho never-failin- g would gladly havo given Wlddy Tamson the earth and the fulness thereof, had he owned It, at that minute. "An' Peter MIchie'll send her a pickle (little) tea. Oh. but It'll no be sair missed oot o' Peter's abundant store. Peter is behauden tao the Lord for mony things, and is a Hvln' example o' the nlvver-fallln- " truUi o' Holy Writ: 'The han' o' the diligent maketh rich.' Peter's 'a chlel, as we can a' tcstlfy.J' Peter, too, fell Jn line. "Jimmy Grant wis tellln' me the Itherday," continues the reverend Tamraas, "that he was mlllln' some fino meal noo. I quite bellevo It. He is the only miller la Auchtorblr-nie- , an' there's no' a miller frao Maiden kirk tao John o Groat'a can compare wl' him. Batter send a picklo tae the widdy, Jimmy, an' keep up yer account wl' the Mals-tern' Auch-terblrnle hard-workl- n' ." Summer Is usually the harvest time1 for tho laundryman, but this year' his trado is much less thanusual and Is hardly up to tho wlnterslan-- , dard. And lie puts all the blamo on tbo bicyclist who wears his knickerbockers and his negligee shirt all day and all tho evening, and though tho weather is scorching refuses to melt starched collars and ruin'shlrt bosoms which havo been laundered' with care. Tho difference caused by tho bicycle Is felt strongly by tho laundries which have to depend largely on tho "boarding house trado" for s their work. of tho patrons of these laundries aro young Nine-tenth- pmmY square. Wili practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties,' and courtTol Appeals, Special attention gixen collections. Office east side of purl ii MATOS,KT.r jt pi f M. L. HSAVRnr. HEAVRIN Siiai.BYtTAYibR. & TAYlOR,' Attorneys atLaw HARTFORD, K.Y. men employed In downtown offices. Last year and beforo that they appeared at their work with linen of Immaculate whiteness and as stiff as the laundrymata's starch could make Will practice thier profpssioniln all the Courts ol Ohio and adjoining counties, and in the Court of'Ap-peal- s. Special ntWbjion- - 'given to collections. Office, next ''door to Bank of Hartford. 1 1 ; rt". Perry WeerJteld, it. In the sweltering summer days It cost money to preservo this appearance, for it required two collars, a pair of cuffs, and a shirt each day. As a consequence the week's laundry billon theso articles alono amounted to at least one dollar and a half. With bills of this sort for each of tho thousands who llvo tn boarding houses tho laundries prospered. This year It is different. Tho j'oung mun no longer wears starched linen. Ho goes to his work arrayed In a negligee shirt, and in tho even; ing ho docs not chnngo his costume unless for somo special event. Instead ho keeps Hon and enjoys a run through tbo boulevards and parks. As aconsequenco his laundry bill Is less by half than formerly, and the laundryman Is the. one who losc3, for his expenses aro as great as though trade was good. "Yes,"said one laundryman, fad is costing us a good deal ,of money. We don't havo near so many starched pieces to launder and the increase, in other lines is not sufficient to moke up the loss. Our bills aren't reduced as much as fifty percent., but thero is a big change. Somo of them may havo been cut In two but not all of them. It is the bicycle that has done It, there is no doubt Of that. The negligee costumes that aro so much worn now have largely done away with s tarched goods." "thls-blcycl- Attorney at Law. Beaveh Dam.Ky. R. JL WEDD1 Attorney at Law, Habtford, Ky. Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. AJso Notary Tublio. Office, in Commerci al Hotel. 11 I f W. H. BARWEJSi ft AT jcountles and Court of Appeals. Spec ml attention given to collections. Office next door below Common cial Hotel. , practice WILL courts of his profession in. all Ohio and adjoining Hartford, Ky Hi , I ' iKttorney at Law; , Jo. b. Rogers;1 HARTFORD, KY. lican Bujlding. Will practice his profession in th courts of Ohio and adjoining co'unllet. pareful attention given taailbutiness1 fen trusted to him. Office in Repub4 , . A CALIFORNIA QIRU book-keepe- li,sd mmwmm ,... t .77" tme -- Louisville lemphis. And after so powerful an advertisement how could Jimmy refuse? "Beaton Scott'll send the wlddy some of the fine tattles I saw tn bis barn last Tuesday. I ncodna ask Beaton, for I ken fu' well he wadna be backward in daein' a kind act tao a deservln' wlddy in Auchtcrblrnle. "An oor guld freea Wull Chapman, wha by the looks o' him can scarcely keep his scat, sao anxious its he tae dae somethlu', can thraw 'the neck o' a chicken an1 a rabbit tae fill the wlddy's pat. Nae fear o the 'widdy starvln' when the Lord has put the saut o' the earth In the parish kirk 0' Auchterblrnle. ''Tho Lord has promised to bo a husband tae tho wlddy, an' ho wauts an' I'm lye a' tae be brlthers-ln-law- ; glad yo respond sao nobly. Yo'ro a gallant loOirin' lot o Christians, an' yer hearts aro as big as yer bodies. The Lord'll reward yer work o' love. Noo-let- 's praise His name for raisin up In Auchterblrnle sao mony wha honor the faith." And Tamraas , once more approached tho throno of grace N. Y. Independent,' Costly Society In the Navy. A commander in thoUnlted She Survive a Sever Tumble Down the Mountain Side. A singular accident and remarkable escape from death happeued at Catalina, Col., to Miss Grace Pinney, daughter Of Mr. and Mrs. 6eorgo Pinney, of that city. She climbed to the tpp of Sugar Loaf mountain, which overlooks tha bay of Catalina, and saw some friends starting out for a sail. Tho venturesome girl stood on the apox of tbe'peak and called to her friends in tbo boat, waving her handkerchief to them. Suddenly her friends, who were nearly three hundred feet below, saw her step sldoways off the peak and roll down tho mountain. Her de sent was plainly visible to thqse on the water. She had rolled fifty feet or so when she struck 6ome brush and was thrown in the air. In striking the mountain side again sho felon some more brush and rolled down the mountain Into tho waters of tha bay. Sho did not sink, but remained motionless on the surfacoof the bay. She had landed on a bed of kelp of sufficient thickness to sustain her wplght. Though rendered unconscious by her fall, the sustaining pej wer of tho seaweed kept hor from, drowning until sho was rescued. The girl was little injured, except that her left leg was fractured near tho ankle, Anyone finding a bracelet with the woven on It, will word "Laura" It please leave' same At this office. was lost during Fair week. tf Nliriiyed HARTFORD, KY. "JVUl practice his profession th Courts of Ohio and ad lotaing counties. Careful attention will bq given to, nl. business entrusted to his care., a specialty.. Office withkibo county Attorney. Also in-all Nohu-jPubli4 Attorney ' aw, Tom, ' DE3. 0E. JSKES&iIIm, (Cbnnfy Attorney; T AHorrxeyatjCr, HARTFORD, Will practice his 'profession in the Courts of Ohio, and adjoining conri- -, ' Special atterition givenitocel;i ties. '. lections. Office in Courthouse.. ' KYr" . HARTFOItD, attention given, to, cob SPECIAL making nbatp'pts, fSto., also Notary Public for Ohio .County, Office North side of public shore. ' Attorney &iKYj L&w R. PIRTLE JNO. B WtLSON; L " J. J.o.tl DENTIST HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, From my farm near Hartford one red heifer, 2 years old, unmarked. Any one finding her will please address me at Centertowu, Ky,, and I will come after her immediately. W. P, Govi Yours Tiuly, is prepared'to do any and alkin's Prices mst of Dental Operations, Office over WillhunTdc' reasonable. ' " "" Bell's Drug Store. Vitalized air or laughing' air ad- -' ministered for painless extractionof teeth. ' CliOSS-aUMNE- Mvao-tlr- e. 0. M"S.W.R. , f 11 Lov-ent- bal MobmmnQuiriiENT T, 1), LYNCH, Gen, Pass.Agt. KY. A0IIN HCII0L3, DonVkfoier rti your CaUrrh wi(i unknown madlcloea. It's rlakr and danaeroua, Yea may drtra it to tbo limga. M tbo Tk BUkUn tat Ha TWaTI 'Gen, Mgr, Jlouisvillb fMfrala10atqwtr,Orlliniiat MnM. ' ter his graduation aud a short probation In keeping books for hlo father, who wis a iarge distiller, he secured an interest in one ol the largest man- Wfcyant ufacturing institutions in- - Kentucky, " gkj8-J.,?.t.M- navy says that the heaviest drain on the resources Of the officers comos from social obligations especially in foreign ports. They are Invited to dine with a king, a prince, a governor, and as a representative of this nation thoy have to go. Then In return they must invito tha potentate to dinner tflth thera. Thoy must decorata the ship brilliantly an4 prpvlde a sumptuous "spread" nqt only for the king, but for as many ministers and hangers-o- n aa hq chooses to bring wltli him, and every time this la done each officer down Into bis pocket for I'jr'fuither puliculars rail oa or ad. must no twen'yllve dollars or more. Ban dress Tun URPum,iCAWlv Hartford, Francisco Obronlole, States It furnishes the Thrtce-a.weepapers of 6 pages apiece.or eighteen pages twety week, at thti old price of One Dollar a year, This gives J56 paper a year for Que; Dollar and every paper has 6 pages eight columns, wide or 48 columns in all." ,The Thrlce-a-weeWorld is not only ranchi larger than any weekly or se&iliweek-l- y newspaper, but it furnlahca the onlnz to be cured bv this celebrated news with much greater freqtncy and treatment, but very scnbecame disgusted promptness. In fact it combines all and decided to try S.S.S. The effect was jtruiy wonderful. I comaKnced to recover the) crisp, fesh qualities of with tho attractive special features of at odce. and after I hid taken twelve bot by &S.S. a weekly. ties I was entirely curcd-rcur- , ., blood disease I bad spent hundreds of dollars trying; various remedies and physicians, none of which did, me any good. My fingernails came off and my hair came out, leaving me perfectly bald. J then went to lnt;o k. DCCflDC ' nfir nil nble 1 IcouW get relief b- - The Twice.aTweek edition ofthe' Ncjv York World has been cqnvetted 3 New York World. ', ' HOT SPRINGS ed k WBea ina worm- - tf f '' ii rtaowacd i: tt t aueciiny tiHr " ' ritcher' i Children Cry for WN, B. LOOM ShreveportLa.WP 13, Sprhwnha4fll4, Hot CitorI. a' S.S.S. i' ,' nave maue, arrHier&inioif REPUBLICAN. - TH v, AKi ' i pWIWW!31 publican --JAY MOKMIlfO The Armenian troubles nro a blot HOW THE PRESIDENTS DIED upon modern civilization. ' i' ' . :tfbrd anwar ii -- ? . t, I. v r ' - I I k George Washington His death was the result of a severe cold contracted while riding around his farm The official returns Irom all the in a tain and sleet storm on December counties are now In the hands ol the io, 1799. The cold increased and officials. The total vote for each was followed by a chill, which on the varfous tickets is as brought on acute laryngitis. His Tug man who can explain the jus death occurred on December 14, 1799. VOIt COVRRNOR of tho Thoro is in tho Treasury He was sixty-eig- ht years of age. United States loss than $90,000,000 tico of the law oxempting banks Hardin, 167,524; Bradley, 172,436; John Adams He died from old age, of tho gold rosonro and this is going from taxation for local purposes has having reached his ninety-firs- t mileIftOST ha rrtmaoned alt tha lea Yea. Pettit, 16,911; Dcmarrce, 4,196. wui ma earn 11 ncn witn eneavea, at tho rate of $3,000,000 per week. not yet bobbed up. Why tho Bank stone. Though active mentally he nicks of cloTtr leent th air. FOR LfXUTItNANT COVRRNOR. Fruit await th houeewlfe'eeare. This is verily a great Administra- of Hartford, or the Bank of Bcaver was nearly blind and unable to hold Haw are black abor th rltle. Tyler, 156,045; Worthington, 164,-9Dam, or the Bank of FordsviUo should a pen steady enough to write. He tion. Kin art lek upon th hllla. Blair, i5.9S7i Hughes, 3,872. And aloof tha orchard wall only pay 75 cents on the $100 and passed away without pain on July 4, ripaa the quail hi ehttrtul call. Roy, Carter Helm Jones, oi Louis tho citizens of those towns pay all the 182G. FOR SBCR8TARV OP 3TATR. Faat bald tha ilowlnf rrata villo.wlll lecture at tho Hartford Bap way up to $2.20 on the $100, is Thomas Jefferson He died at the (Lock a whit a ocean foarot) Hale, 155.535: Flnley, 164,695, Now th attd ooupU wait tist Church on Thanksgivings night. something wo can not understand. age of elghtythree, a few- - hours beSlngletray, 15,957; Beaucbamp 3,895. For "tha children1" coming- home fore Adams.on July 4,1826. His disHo is ono of tho ablest men in the Children who from far and nar The vote for the remainder of the At ThankejlTlng' father here; In speaking ot tho coming contest ease was chronic diaithoea, superinfiWh, or elsewhere, for that matter, Children bowtd with toll and oar. ticket is about the same as above. of Jerry Porter in the First Rail Olrl with Urtr In their hair, duced by old age, and, his physician and ',as n lecturer is unsurpassed. nor wmi Dtara ilk narvtit train, road District, tho Louisville Timet said, the too free use of the waters of All "th chlldrtn" com acaln. A largo crowd should hear him. ncnt. gray-Oiiininn oian ioox witn day. Mr. A. Godshaw, went to Owensgrows scriptural and pathctio in its the white sulphur springs. tht paef ul. prartrful The total vote in tho recent elec- tone. Bendthino ear gentle reader James Madison He, too, died of boro Saturday returning Monday. th oaken Hr with two tablt wait. old age, and peacefully, on June 28, Miss Mary Pm'k of Red Hill Dav tion was 874,057, and Col. Bradley unto its plaintive wail. Bet lonf row of plate That no Curlxhead mar pout iess county visited her aunt, Mrs. W. has a plurality of 8,912. This is the "The Republicans seem bent on 1839. His faculties were undlmmed th rrown folk crowd him out. C. Bennett last Friday and Saturday. Even rovlnr, warwardTtra largest votoby 18,000 over cast in seizing the First Railroad District to the last. He was 85. Find a plac rerred for him. Commlssionersship ,too And Nathan Mrs. J. L. Elmore, accompanied by James Monroe At the time of his the State. Thoro is no rttom for the saldnnto David: And ere arandpa'a prayer I don were two death, which occurred in the 73d year rteiolre a better coura to run. Miss Ida Brooks visited her parents, stayed men in one city; the 'There politician to say the Democrats one rich and the SanUhed (very doubt and fear of his age, on July 4, i8tt, it was as Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Park, Clear Run Front thla hopeful atmoepher. other poor. The rich man had at home. many flocks and herds: but signed to no other cause than enfeeb- Sunday. Bleat th vUton that arliet Orandpa look In trandma'a eyea. Mrs. Bettie Her is visiting friends Last year St John Boylo was the poor man had nothing save one I led health. Ortefa that furrowed cheek and brow. mue ewe iamD, wnica lie had bought Tntin Onlnrv Adams He was and relatives in McCIean county this now. Tear and lected to tho Court of Appeals from Rev. Casebier filled his regular apOnly eutiihln flood th way week. the Louisville District, but the'Dem-ocra- ts went on to relate how the rich man stricken with paralysis on Februrary pointment here Sunday. looklnf backward from Rev. J. P. Hick filled his regular counted him out. This year took the poor man's lamb and killed ai, 1848, while addressing the SpeakThe Presiding Elder of the M. E. 'Thou who ruleit Trywhro, it and dressed it lor feast ol a er of the House ot Representatives, appointments at the C P. Church II our children itUl Thy care. George DuRelle was elected from the stranger that came theway, Church preached here Sunday night. On th a or on th land that and so being at that time a member of ConSunday. In Thy hand, a majority Jos on and so on. And here are the KenKeep them sameDistrictbysuch Mr. E. C Taylor died at his home Qnlduif ttll In rain or (un, gress. He died in the rotunda of the Quartely meeting convened at near town Friday. A large number May Thy lov (till make c on would strike consternation to the heart tucky Republicans with exccedlnp:lv Capitol. He was 81 years of age. many offices and the Kentucky DemAnd It wee tneet ne'er depart attended the funeral at Liberty Sat- Shinkle Chapel Saturday and Sunday. of even a Tennessee Democrat From the homeetead ot th heart" ocrats with only one little beggarly Andrew Jackson He died on June urday. Mrs. R. P. Bennett who is ill of tyRailroad Commlssionersship, and a Thla I father phoid fever is thought to be improvarnct prayer. The plays presented last Friday Booth America is fastj becoming very hungry and thirsty traveler ha3 8, I845, 78 years old. He suffered And "th children" fathered there ing. Fed renewed th hop of youth European beef come our way ond now. the Republc-an- s from consumption, and finally dropsy and Saturday nights were quite ttsuc-csa rival of ours in the Flam acaln with lor ot truth. made its appearence about six months Mrs John Chamberlain died at her And The proceeds were $68.55. for th fray market. The homo market is the best road are alter that poor little Railhome on No Creek Monday morning, Commlssionersship Ble again Thankif Ivlnr. day. to btstow before his death. Protective Mrs. R. P. Hocker, sons and rVftt and a iudicious CnAKua EoorNB Dakx. on him an effort to appease his ap Martin Van Buren He died on Ju- daughter spent Saturday in Hartford. funeral services were held at the M. Tariff builds up the home market by petite. That Railroad Commissioners ly 34, 1862, from a violent A TflSB MUD'S BOLILOQCT. attack of at new ship has been nourished by orators Mr. Jesse Ray, oi Indiana, visited E. Church by Rev. Cain after which stimulating tho establishment asthma, followed by catarrhal affec his brother, Prof. E. R. Ray, this the remains were laid to rest in the Free Traders pretend Rhea, James and Wheeler; it did eat manufactories. Carson burying ground. of their meats and drink of their cups tions of the throat and lungs. He week. not to see this practical truth. and now it Is to be served up as a was eighty years of age. Mrs. Elizabeth Ward has moved in Misses Nettie and May Rogers and feast for the stranger if the RepublicWilliam Henry Harrison The Miss Mattle Taylor spent Saturday to the property recently occupied by Ohe hundred thousand Armenians ans are to have it their way. let ns Mr. Ben Hudson, cause of his death was pleurisy, the and Sunday at their homes in the are dying of starvation and the Turks hope thatthlsllttlle officemay be saved Quite a large crowd was in atten- result of a cold which he caught on co untry. to fhe horrors of "their afflictions to the ununified." add dance at the Literary Society Friday the day ot his Inauguration. This massacres Mr. Jesse Bean, of Hartford spent by continuing their brutal night, the programme which had been was accompanied with severe diarr- Sunday in town. MelMnley nnd Tlrndley. and persecutions. The Great Powers I The Democrats are short of Presi- hoea, which would not yield to medinrenarcd was well rendered. of life, Miss Maude Root Central City, arebegining to show somo sign dential timber, while the Republicans cal treatment. His death occarred on visited Miss Mr. Dlllas Bennett and Miss Dee Maude Monroe Friday however, and sometime, sometime are somewhat troubled with on em- April 4, 1841, a month after his inSharp were quietly married Sunday and Saturday. you, this work ot destruction mind evening at three o'clock at the home barrassment of riches in that line. auguration. He was sixty-eigh- t Mr. A. V. Thompson and sons, may be brought to an end. A third term for Mr. Cleveland will years of age. Robbie and Daniel, Louisville, are of the bride In the Washington neighnot be acceptable, even if Mr. CleveJohn Tyler He died on January visiting the family ol Mr. Oscar borhood. When the motion lor a new trial land would consent to try it, which "That's tho chap that waa alwaja May their pathway through life ia, 1&62, nt the age of seventy-tw- o. Stevens this week. camo up for arguoVln run at ma 'cause I kept from eat-i- n' in the Holmes case ever be strewn with the choicest of we doubt Except that Governor I have been unable to ascertain the Prof. B. C. Scott, the all the stuff they gave mat I knowed ment Monday another sensation was Matthews, of Indiana, the Democrats cause of his death. what I waa about. They couldn't fool is spending the week with his family flowers is the wish ol HAZEL Evu. counsel, sprung. Holmes' senior me when Thankigtrln' was comlnV lack any consplcous candidate, since James K. Polk in the spring of at Meringo, Indiana. Mr. A. F. Dudley, Richmond, Ky., Montreal Herald. Attorney Shoemaker, was openly the overwhelming Republican major- 1849 he was Btricken with a slight atMiss Mabel Sweet has gone to is the guest of Hon. Jno. J. McIIenry. obtaining charged with bribery in Struck th Keynol. ity in Ohio left Governor Campbell tack of cholera while on a boat going live with her near Mr. D'Board I am thankful that grounds for a new trial and the court out Whitney is not to be considered, up the Mississippi river. Though Rochester. We Misses Daisy and Marie Collings, regret her leaving as most people are better oft than I am toheld him under $1,500 bond for sub- practically, and Russell, temporarily home, and died on July she was one of the leading young Glenville, were theguests of relatives day. that Mass. is a back number. The Re- 'Si 1849, aged fifty-fou-r in town last week. years. ornation of perjury. It seems Mr. Ruahlngton Well, I am thankladies of our town. ful that lam not llvlnjr without bopel Zachary Taylor He was the seo Holmes blights everything he touch' publicans have Allison and Cullum Messrs. C-Parrott and J. H. MUs Quih And T, that I usually eat CIRCUIT COURT andMcKinley and Morn ond President to die in office. He Nave, Louisville, were in town this es. my Tbanltsgirina; dinner at the ton and Reed and, perhaps Sherman is said to have taken immoderately of week. Convonod The Owensboro Musengtrf attack or Chauncy Depew on a pinch, and ice water and ice milk and then laid Monday and Mr. Ortathead And I am thankful A candy pulling was given at the Largo Crowd was In that thla Thankifrtrlnfr find me in the upon Judge W. B. Taylor, AUorney there will be a southern candidate for on a large quanlty of cherries. The Beaver Dam Hotel Wednesday night beat boarding-hous- e Town. la this country. General elect, is as false as it is un- Vice President and the man who result wasan attackof choleramorbus. in honor of the 12th anniversary of Landlady Taw your plate, Mr. fair and mean. Judge Taylor is an captured the rocVribbed Democratic Another authority attributes his death Rosabelle Metcalf. She received quite Monday morning early Judge W.T. Orenthead, and allow me to help you to able lawyer, a polished gentleman, a State of Kentucky will be considered to a severe cold. The former seems a number of presents and all reported another piece of turkey Puck. Owen was on hand to open Court remarkable speaker, and in all these for that place. The Commercial is the more likely. He was sixty-sit A Jojrol larprle. a delightful time. and Commonwealth's Attorney,!. E capacities he is well known over the for the protection of American indus- years old. Mr. Border (after the boardlng-houMrs E. R. Ray is im pro vine Rowe was here to look after the evil repaat) Millard Fillmore He died from a Your ThanksglTlnir dinner State and the Maievger well knows it. tries, and would like the issue put Mr. J- - T. Lynn, a Louisville drumdoers. put me right In It is in keeping with the senseless at- fairly before the American people, stroke of paralysis on March 8, 1874, mer, has brought his wife and child Several cases on the first and sec- 'Mrs. Mulctem. tha iplrit ot the day, year. here to spend the winter, as this is tacks which a certain clats of Dems and therefore inclines to Mckinley. in his seventy-fourt- h Mra. Mulctem (his landlady) Pm McKinley and Bradley would make Franklin Pierce His death was about 'the center of his territory. ond days docket were continued glad to hear you say that. ocratic newspapers made on Judge The following named gentlemen a good ticket. There may be other due to abdominal dropsy, and occur- They have Mr. Border taken rooms with Miss compose the grand jury: Abe Miller, ma feel so Well, it' true. It made Guffy a year ago. thankful that the dinner good tickets, but we are disposed to red on October 8, 1869, in the sixty-fift- h Emma Barnes. James Tichenor, Wm. Goff, F. O. wasn't na bad a It might hare been A dispatch from Brooklyn, If. Y., think that this one would be the year of his life. Miss Mamie Duncan, of McIIenry, Coffman, Jessee Chicago Record. Potter, F. W. Acton, under the date of Nov. 18 is as fol- - best and would make the issue the James Buchanan His death occur- attended the play here last Saturday J. N.Hudson, Poor Blr4l J. T. Moore, Z. N. Louisville Commercial. plainest red on June 1, 1868, and was caused night and remained over Sunday. loows and is self explanatory: Th turkey l not a brOllant bird, King, J. S. Bennett, S. I. Elliott, m 1 wnen ail aon ana au. by rheumatic gout- He was seventy-seve-n ' 'Thebiggest sausage ever made will Mr. Mack Smith and sister, Miss and Ed Morrison, foreman. A cup of muddy coflee is not whole For on all treat occaalon years of age. night by the some, neithet is a bottle of muddy be eaten Ella Smith and niece, Miss Abbie lie': aura to lo hla head. The gentlemen composing the petit Chicago JalT Qoaan. Abraham Lincoln He was shot by Smith, of Fordsvllle, spent Saturday Night Owl Howling Club, of Hart medicine. One way to know a reliajury are as follows: Henry Dever, r KJUmeu ble and skilliully-preparestreet. This sausage is the result oi J. Wilkes Booth at Ford's Theater, and Sunday with Miss Emma Barnes. W. P Allen, Elvis Smith, C. W. Th turkey lok around and !jha is by its freedom an election bet Jacob Hoenighausen Ayer'a Sarsaparilla is from sediment Washington, D. C, on April 14, The R. E. G.'s entertain Thanks- Phillips, Elisha "What la th ua of llTlnr, always bright KlrtleyvJ. H. Miller, When Chrletmaa make a crab for what and died the following day, aged giving night. feet long that and sparkling, because it is an extract beta "wurst" sixty Sara P. Coleman, J. E. Bean. J. W. I not derourtd ThankaslTlntT fifty-si- x. Wnrster, Republican, would not be and not a decoction. Detroit gre Preet, A literary programme will be Baker, G. W Maddox. C. B. Smith, elecled. A score of butchers have A CONUWDnUSf. Andrew Johnson He died from a presented, alter which lnncb will be ThaddJett, W. F. Howard, W. R. been employed tomake the sausage." Sir. Ernest Jlniltnon'i Bun Alter a stroke oi paralysis July at, 1875, aged sold in the same order as lost year. Hines, Albert Cox, A. L. Stevens, Tliltr Who Blale III Hocks- Don't fail to attend this entertain- Thomas Hlckey, J. M. Holloway," L. A gawky looking white man saunt sixty-seveHon. Jerry Porter will contest the The deaths of Grant, Garfield, Ar- ment, tor the R. E. G.s can enter- D. Taylor, W. R. Chapman, W. P. election ofJudge Dempseyin the Rail- ered into Anderson's Bazaar Saturday night, and, at a time when he thur and Hayes are recent enough to tain you. A programme would be in Austin, J. B. Wallace, J. 8. Brown, road Commissioner's race. He has Attyij. be remembered by all. American serted but space forbids. and Allen Gentry. employed Judge "W. H. Yost and thought no one was watching him, Co'th against Will Beard, gaming he took a pair of socks and stole out. Notes and Queries. Superintendent.' Vlelta. Col. E. R. "Weir, of Greenville, to defendent failing to appear, bond Mr. E. B. Anderson, son of the proMonday, November 25, 1895. prosecute the contest and his chances The New llnllronp a "On." prietor, and Mr. Ernest Arnold, a No. 37 oVclockF. L.Sanderfur. was forfeited, jury impanneled and are good to win. He was elected clerk in the store, went in pursuit. In regard to our new railroad Col. No. 7811 o'clock Mrs. Mollie verdict of gnilty and fine fixed at $15. without doubt. A clerk in one oi the The thief struck a lively run, with his Casey has the following to say to the Storms, J. P. Sanderfur and M. L. Heavrin The Oooae What's the difference beGreenvillo precincts failed to certify pursuers close on his heels were appointed examiners of. appli and gain- Louisville Post Tuesday, November' 26, 1895. tween the lister girl and the Thanks-girin- g Col. A.J. Casey, of the Owensboro to over two hundred votes cast for ing. Seeing that he was going to be cants for law Jlcenes at this term of No. 58- -8 o'clock Maggie Rich-esoturkey? Inquirer, is in the city. He has latePorter. These votes, counted as overtaken he dropped his The Turkey I dunno. court The Goote Why, one ia dreaaed ia they were cast, would elect Porter. pedal covering. Mr. Arnold picked ly become the chief promoter of a VisltingattorneysiF.M.Hutcheson, o'clock Sue Mosely. No. Henderson, Ky judge L P. Ltttle, kill and the other is killed to Jrrafc them up, discontinued the chase, and scheme to build an electric railroad o o'clock-- A. No. M. JohnTruth. Some Democratic politicians are returned to the store, but Mr, Ander from Hartford, the capital of Ohio Hon. Joe Noe, and C. W. Massle, Th Borrowing Habit. county, to Beaver Dam, on the N. N. ston. complaining that the Republicans in son kept on, thinking he would e Owensboro; Jo B. Vickers.Fordsvillej Wednesday, November 27, 1895. Pater (at Thanksgiving dinner) & M. V, railroad, He has completed the recent election got a largo number man and put him under arhis Rockport, Ky.; What? No turkey? No. 107 8 o'clock N. W. Mose-le- Annstead Jones, the survey, and is now in this city to of Democratic votes. Of course we rest. Just as he was making a vigorMater No, my dear. Wo had on, Lem McIIenry, Louisville. ' We have received Democratic ous clutch at the coat tails of the fly- receive bids on rails and construction but our neighbor ent over thla morn-to- g did. No. Cora'th vs. Wm. Billings, Wm. (i o'clockJ. C. Berry. and borrowed it. Harpera Baxar. He will probably go to votes in every electionsince the State ing thief, the pursued suddenlyturn-e- d material. No. 49 a;jo o'cloc- k- W. M. John- Foreman, Albert Maddox, Ciceto to look altersonic A the Day Approaches. upon the pursurer, landed a right Cincinnati went nearly 100,000 Democratic on Bryant, Ernest Curtis, Annst Berry en II I fllled with dark fpreboduia. arrangements for son, ly a quarter of a century ago, and handed thump upon the cranium, plans and complete Tho turkey, old enough: Monday December 2, 1895. Mason Carter, John StClair, contln, the initial work on the new enterprise. He pretently'll be filled with wo will continue to get Democratio and a combination dig below the belt, ued for the Commonwealth. No. 5910 o'clock-aJ- , S. M. RoyAnd Rlblet aauc and stuff. -- Detroit Trlbun. pursurer threw out a feeler Col. Casey says it is a "go," and that al. while the votes so long as Democratio polim Com'th vs Albert Austin, James he will not have any trouble in getwith bis left and landed with his Mighty Armies. ticians retort to ignorance and prejuNo. 952:30 o'clock W. C. Gray, Turpin, continued tor the delendants. thumb in his antogonists mouth, re- ting the work started in a little while. Com'th vs. Harlan Leisure Jujlee-medice in their efforts to ride into office Tuesday, December, 1895. L'Indcpendenco Delgo sayo that in Col. Casey is a hustler, and when he on forfeited bail bond. No. 93- -3 o'clock J,' W. Petty. time of peace Russia has a standing Democratio votes? Yes. The latch ceiving in return a severe bite, which starts in to do a thing he usually concluded the round in favor of the No. 421 1 o'clock W. A. Rice. Com'th vs. Maxwell Ashby for army of 858,000 men) next comes string hangs on the outside. unknown contestent Mr. Anderson does it. Germany with 680.000 and then No. 432:30 o'clock Nannie Mose-le- carrying a pistol hot guilty. himself that the Tohey Carroll refuses to accept saya woist thumping fellow gave him Com'th vs, Ben Burgess fined Franco with 512,000. In case of War, the he ever had, They Were Auped. Russia and France could put In the Wednesday, December 4,1895. US the office to which ho was elected in Owensboro Inquirer. Col. Lem McIIenry was in town field 0,700,000 men, against the . No. 24.S.8 o'clock V. M. Moseley.-NoCom'th vs. James Daniel fined $25 one of the Louisville Legislative Disthis week and was telling a good soldiers ot tho three counin jail. needed Gullljr. 7611 o'clock-J- . D. Hocker. and s tricts, because his former opponent story on Clint Leigh, of the Owens tries forming tho triple alliance-Germ- any, Chntkai, City, Ky., Nov. 19- .- boro Messenger, and some :30 No. W.T.Owen received a telegram Judge o'clock J. W. Day. Austria and Italy. In had been surreptitiously withdrawn other Walter Fields and Will Stewart, the Owensboro boys. If seems Wednesday from his brother, Jesse time of peace the maintenance of the Z. H.Shultz, Co, Supt. that before the day of the elcction.Nobody two burglars arrested near Rosine, in Leigh rushed Owcn.at Falls of Rough stating that standing armies of tho above powers into print on his part, accuses Mr. Carroll of having any Ohio county, last Saturday by MarshA Tote) For V: his wife was very sick, and Judge costs $1,000,000,000 annually.- thing to do with the withdrawal of al Wool ten, of this place, for breaking partly for revenge and partly to The Pautagraph is in receipt of a Owen left immediately. Mr. II. V. He lettet irom The Doctor Was Dliguitsd. Shreve, but he was evidently bought into the depot at Greenvlllee one smooth his milled leelings. Hon. C M. Barnett, reprTaylor was elected as special Judge as follows; bursts forth oQ by Democratio politicians in Mr. esentative-elect The negro, Blmpklns, who out hla from Ohio county, and Is presiding to the entire satisfacnight last week and ltempttd to "There is a young drummer who in which he Carroll's favor and it all seems crack the express company's sate, throat with a razor, was in front of states that his vote will tion of all. ty poses as sort of a high flyer ia Ltho doctor's premises at the time. very strange. Mr. Carroll ought to both pleaded guilty to the charge at be cast for Capt.J. Speed Smith for who will meet with frost the In fact, he was right on tho doctor's be defeated in order to resent the their examining trial at Greenville. chief cletk of the house. Mr. Barnett For Sale: One combined saddle which next time he strikes Owensboro. is an a nicely paved exCollege Hitllan and feels harness and farm horse; 6 years old. sidewalk, walk, ofIswhich tho owner offered the people of tho Dis- - Marshal Wootton will take them to i nsult and kept He gave such an exhibition of what kindly towards Madison applicants. For further particulars call on or ad Is rather careful, At the inquest for safe keeping. trict by his followers who attempted Princeton is commonly called "Cincinnati treatIf his district should fall out of the dress The RRrunucAN, Hartford, tho doctor described the horrible 1 0 prevent the people from exercising farm For Bala ing" as fairly took the breath from .for United States Senator his vote will Ky. their choice of office.!?. tf sight when the negro sloshed his A good improved farm, 160 acres, those who witnessed the performance, be cast for Hon. John Bennett foctbat throat with the rnzor "Thon'wld one mile from the railroad, near or rather the several performances, place. I.oeti the doctor, "I shouted to him to get Richmond Pantagraph. church ond school house. Will sell for he repeated it more than once darAnyone finding a bracelet with the off the sidewalk." cheap and on easy terms. Call on ing his brief stay in the. city He word "Laura" woven on ft, will H SKumtlmik fum Oooi tree e Cry EJ or address, Una. Sal4fcyril4. Jtto. J, McIIsnky struck this town Saturday and that please leave same at this office. It Hartford, Ky. night he called on some ladles who was lost during Fair we?lfi tf tf le self-sam- e 90; - Republican ho is. Col. Beard has always been identified with tho ftepub tr ' 1m lican party, and belonged to tho party ThoTuVrptotiouiiiaTP assisted when it was in tho hopolcss minority tho rioters at1St!Pjnb8l in tho East in his county and State. He is well in burning tho proportyS'J American worthy the placo and wo would be glad to seo him installed as Warden. Missionaries, What nox&l " ?KS ay.NovemdkuS, por yoor. irMffl) tfmMWS 189s. " Hopubji Cou llurrcl Beard, ofHardinsburg, is a candidato for Warden of tho Editor. Frankfort Penitentiary, and a good Intorostlng Facts That should Bo Known By All Amor-loan- s. had other company. This did not trouble Mr. Drummer. He simply stayed with them and late in the evening invited the whole party down In town to partake of an oyster supper. The invitation was nocepled, the oysters were eaten, but Mr.Drura-me- r started out without paying. One 01 the gentlemen finding the bill hid not been paid, took the money Irom his own pocket and paid it. not however until Mr. Drummer had stepped back and satd, Ulold on, I'll pay for two." The whole party havluz come at his invitation, this exhibition of gall simply piralyzsd the crowd. The Owensboroan refused the proffer with scorn. On Sunday this drummer invited some ladies nnd gentlemen to dine with him at the Rudd House. The dinner was merry enough, and it is a good thing that the boys had their fun then, for lo and behold, the drummer settled at the office for only two and left them to pay for themselves and the ladles accompanying them. To clap the climax, he invited a lady and gentleman td drive to the station with him and another lady in the afternoon, and left his guest to settle the carriage bill for all four. The story is out and it is safe to say 'that no more invitations form him will .be accepted in Owensboro. OFFICIAL FIGURES. Tho Largest Total Voto Evor Cast in Kontuoky Gives JJrndloy a Majority of 8.012. filli m Neuralgia U th Prajer ot Kerras ror a Pure Blood. rain Battered Stood rarUedaad Nerves Mado Strong by Hood's Sarsapariila MaralgU pains In her heed for tlxyear In her At time (he would be totally blind and hate to stay in uaia. room for months. A. short time wt Hood's BaniparilU has dona lor me Mdmywlta. Bh ha been afflicted with ay. e.' "It aire) me gnat pleuare to state sad it wttl4 eTlj W 1 I 1 I uoa,ni euauia BarMptrlltaand today, thank nettta finnA'a flaV ijCA ft da tin, Mis4Xre.Vfm.K. KuaJBak ftlioala, Ath. to fctUnd to htf hooMhold ftLI 1 t aH : If ,' Lt whioh h had not prettotuly done fox year. My ewa om was sosMwhat alaiN Jar, and tlaoe taking Hood's SamparUla the Inflammation hu left my eye and my nerm hare beoom quitted. My health today ia better than ft hae bean for my wBMmt BEAVER DAM. I feet Now Hood'sgaining inCures rat years. I am trsgth and axaxxb, Jndtonla, Axkaniaa. Hood's Pllla r hand mad, and pert eot Ilka new man?' WrxiiAM H. elghe-rortot- ten ta proportion and appearaneo. Moptrbex, v Vil y. Call on Dullington tor a good, easy shave. ... . rr Notice! As special commissioner of Ohio coun- s. ty Fiscal Court to construct stone wait and iron fence . ' Band-maste- r, receive scaled bids for construction of stone work until 12 m. Monday, November 25. 1895. Plans and specifications may be had by calling upon me at myl office. around the Court House yard, I will 4 November O.C.C. Special Com'r. grand-parent- The right ttffrttr any and all bidsTTs reserved. 12, 1895. JNO. P. MORTON, J. W. n II x Dlfrhn' Children Cry for ' '4 mm i a.ltt m H4 - - t - 1 d blood-purifie- 18-6- right along with its silly talk.Xisten to what It says, and tries to put the blame on the Republicans before they ever got into power. K vet body knows it is a Democratic He: "Now you see whattheRepublicans have done for the State of Kentucky. They carried the election on Tuesday and the next Saturday the teachers failed to get their money. While the State was Democratic they always got it." Banna Like Democratic MIIoa- -t The Madlsonville Hustler is always growling about something. it has nothing to growl about It manufactures something and goes !. The U. S. QovH Reports shavr Royal Bsklaz Powder tuprlr to all othtnv Cone to neat. The dark angel of death visited our community on yesterday morning about a o'clock and took one ol our.-defriends, Mr. J. A. May, in' defiance of all that kind friends and medical skill could do, death claimed him as his own andwearegrief-strc- k r en. He was a true christian and a , constant member of New Bethel Church. He leaves his dear wife and relatives and many friends to mourn his loss. We are confident that our loss is bis gain His remains were Interred in New Bethel Cemetery today at n .o'clock funeral and his preached by- -. Rev. Frank Neuton. O. L. T. si -ar n. , 8os-a:3- 45it over-trak- y, in ht ' ' a. Tim Rupuiiucah and The Cosmo-- " polltan Magazine, both one year only $ i.a$ lu advance. oAI TSr nt y. c k. iH93)0B.iaft04J ten-day- rt dly r A'k llil i I I' J M 84-2- i'q-da- y? ' tvj repeatedly, becanu diiea.ea often follow trifling If yon tre week gurt)lr ti. heiiited, nervout, htv no appelii ad can't work, betln t once ttk. end 'I St? r so-ci- M liters ' InKiliemMt Z eirenmhenlnjr X medicine, which 1 X tie rll. y ten BeneSt come from the very Dot doe. Kidney nn.ala lbA nil. .tt yspcpsla, 'iruraiyris, Malaria, ad Liver 1 'onstlnatlon. Impure Wood, ireubtas, Women's compMnts. CO. IT CURES Nervous WMHtta i H Children Pltoher's Cattorla fr Pltohf r' "J ChlWrnCryw i' J Get only lb rcnul"olt h croeteit line ou the wrenper. OROWU CHCMICAl arJ laraaattaUafttariBMiH ltd Ma C0twi. kcu.-iw- BALTIMORE. S BatBaM .liaafcaitta IIJuJ' X. f trw . v. ., i.iiairfcmrta!,ihtffi"-- l V. - t4 I y Go to the lecture next MONEY MORALS according to the advice the old "man gave his son: "Get Money,my boy; Some goods SPECIFIC Thursday night. Come to Carson & coats over Ha ' For Scrofula. "Slnco childhood, JJmvo been afflicted with scrofiildin bolls and sores, which caused 1110 tcrrlbto fluttering, riiyslclans wero ttimblo to help me, mid 1 only grew worse. under their care. At length, 1 began to t.iko tilhnt Co Awardfxl Honor World' Fair. Overshoe? ot all kinds nt Carson & Read Tim UltronucvH and keep Co's. informed. The best bOutS audtheiowest prices at Carson & Co's Mr.JoNeal, Whltesvllle, was in town Wednesday, Come to CniKJii wraps"i jfe DSL' for new St ffoWtcoats Co's. " $8 at Fair Bros. iftl Cft CREAM You Can't X. r houses soil AYER'S Sarsnp.arllla, find very soon grow bet ter. After mini? 4W. JKr half 11 dozen lwttlcs 1 was coinnlotelv cured, so that I have not Imd a boil or pimple on nny part of my body for tho last twelve joars. I can cordially recommend Ajcr's Sarsa-parllas tho very best in oxlstcnco." 0. T. IIkinhakt, Mycrsville, Texas. blood-purlfl- Madisonvllle suffered a $100,000 j Hon. Ri D. Guffy was in Louisville yesterday. file Thursday morning. Jet points aud jet trimmings of all Sic Xho.e $8 capes fpr $5 nt 1'nir kinds at Carson & Co's Bros &Co'a. IT J. S. Vaught will teed your, horse Rememqcr Jones lectuteat the Bapfor 50c per day. tist Church next ThursJay night. ' sr4"Sw MMN6 MOST PERFECT MADE. 17 1. pi tr Crape Cresm of Tsrtar Powder. fror Ammonia, Alumoranyotheradulterant JO YEARS TUB STANDARD. A Lose Us Frankie! .. Our stock contains many other bargains we cannot which mention hero. These goods have been bought for tho Cash and will be sold at low cash prices. We solicit your patron-- 1 ago and will do all in our pew.er to FAIKR0S. Congrewr for a few Fair Droi. & Co want your eggs Wc lead them all in clothing, dress and feathers. ,tyesrsyolp'n fact wo goods, millinery goods, funiture and ' n None sell boots and shoes like Fair arc'not much Intergroceries. Carson & Co- Bamboozling (lie Piiblio may do Bros. & Co's. ested in that matter for n shot t while, hut it peters out. Mrs. Mary Duncan, McIIenry, was A good cooking stove for sale. Nows From Lit Ours is tlio kind ot dealing that enthe guest ol her daughter, Mrs. F. L Call on C. R Martin. now, Tho fact is we Town up week. dures with time. The Moral Effect of Felix, this .fi In al. " are head over heels Ladles and childrenjr mittens nt River. llellalila Mcrc!iandle al a legitimate nJUun County Clerk D. M. Uocker has t Fair nrps. & Co's. THE 0X7.7 WORLD'S FAIR in JOB. PRINTING U ever bil.iro u, aud Is the prod i ., Bpfiaa issued 146 marriage license since be ) IClll'llS Health in this community Als Kojttuiieof our succrsj. Now is jour chance lor a ladies hat came into office the first of last Janlakes all IV if very good V0I tlu1y cheap at Fair Bros. & Co's. uary. ftjtr's CUrry Pectoral cms Coighi ui Cold High-Cla- ss ttuno to buttle 01 The new biidge. which is being Sure enough bargains. In Bid buIltncro9sfcongh Rivcrnt this place, Columbus Phelps, who was to have 1UI3.. our work, Note beGOODS at lowest price. been hanged at Bowling Green today Blankets at Fair Bios. & Go's. is Hearing completion. Tay Tim RsrunucAN. low tho expccdliglj law price nas reen given a u;e term ny uov. Miss Eva Ttumnn, ol Owensboro, Carson & Co. will pay cents Fresh Kraut at Stevens & Rial. Brown. Is visiting relatives near this place for eggs. Bring on j'our eggs. Grade cards at Tim Rrpudmcak " Mr. Dillls S. Bennett and Miss Seat this writing. BOOTS AND 8HOES. We can show, jjcjj a pice line of The school aUBeech Groe, which na D. Sharp were married at the overcoats. Men's good'boota . , jit 35 wdrth$i 75 Office. Carson & Co, ' " is under; the management of Mr. C. " . . 1 75 " a 35 New beans, hominy etc., at Stevens bride's home, a few miles north of Monday the'grrst reduction sale on Bain Soper, is progressing nicely town, on the 17th Inst " best " . . a 00 " a 50 & Rial. millinery begins at Fair Bros. cCo's. with an unusual large number of pu" medium fine bootsfa 50 " 325 Look at Stevens & Rial' queenswho" lives Mr Henry Schroadcr, Mr. Soper is an 1 50 Mrs. Sarah Austin, Clifton, is vis- pils in attendance. Ladies best grain button shoes near Rosine, has a Coffee mill, which ware etc. Warranted not to rip he bought from Elijah Williams forty. iting her sister Mrs. Q C Shanks. excellent instructor and has the turn to make all who know him like him, You always get the best of groceries five years ago, and the mill has been Ladies glove grain button shoes $1 35 Jeans p.intsfi corduroy pants $(5o especially his pupils. We predict an worth $1 50. at Stevens & Rial. in constant use every since and does duck coats $135 to $2 at Fair Bros. & agreeable and successful school. ' Ladles fine Dongola kid tip shoe$t 35 Co's. worth $1 50. Remember that Field & Holbrook good work yet, Mr. John Petty, of Narrows, and Children's coarse shoes 50, 65. 75.90c bus will meet all day trains; yordidiVt corao herp A cosy fireside with your loved Duncan, of th3 place, coarse shoes . . . 90c to $1 15 Price Fair Bros. & Co's macintosh M'ss Sallie Ladies $1 35 For all kinds of rep-ilrin the jew-elr- y ones around. you, a big dish oi apples coats, rubber boots, leggings before were united in the holy bonds of to'leave.but wecamo Old ladies lace shoes and another of nuts and Tub Repumatrimony at the bride's home last Children's button shoes 75c to $1 35 line, call on C R. Martin. you buy. . io hustle and that is blican are some of the things that will Thursday at 2 o'clock p m., Rev. G K. L. Bullington is prepared to help to make your winter evenings at Rev. J. S. Chandler preached two J. Bean, of Hartford, officiating. our front and back give you a quick, easy and close home very enjoyable. "Wo able set lnon at the Methodist Church-Sun- day Misses Katie Turnham, Katie name. If you want shave. , , morning and Sunday night. Wimsatt and Mary Wilson were . Mrs. John C. Chamberlain died at - ' Quick, Nico, Cheap '," e and j her home on No Creek last Sunday C R. Martin, the Mr. H. W. Rolnh, Louisville, is in welcome visitors nt the Hickorv hustlintr jeweler, is prepared to do all nignt, 01 typnoia lever, alter an ill- Hartford for n few'days hunt He is Grove school last Friday evening. ' Job Work done, t kinds ot repairing on short notice. Revs. J. Denhatn IIckcr an I Joness of several days. Her remains the guest ot Mr. Lcm U. McHenry. como direct to THE ,r 'v. seph Acton will lecture at Ira Petty's The farmers who come to Hartford were interred in the Carson Cemetery Revs. Hampton and Mattewson school on Thanksgiving Day. Ev4T invariably look up the merchants Tuesday. Her funeral was preached STAPLE ARTICLES. by Rev. Cain at No Creek Church Tuesday night closed a very success-fu- ll ery body invited. who advertise with whom to trade. revival at New Zion Church. Bed blankets 75c With success to the RErunrjCAN Tuesday morning. Mrs. ChamberMr. W. T. Bishop and Miss Rlzora There were 16 additions,"sevcral bap- and its many readers, I am, Bed comforts 75c X lain was a noble christian woman, White linsey 35c Stcerruan were married in the Clerk's tisms and the christian people gener , Colored linsey Mrhnpnilre...DitTla 30c Office Wednesday by Rev. G. J. Bean. She leaves n husband and one son. ally were greatly revived. Quite a number of friends and ac'Good flannel 15 and 20c Wcdon.t desire to make any boast Call on C R. Martin for anything Rev. J. P.'HieksTand Kev. Willis quaintances assembled at the resiGood Water proof 54ln 50c or to make a false impression about cheap at 75c needed in the jewelry line. Quick Smith are carrying on an interesting dence ol Mrs. Martha Davis, on No Good cotton flannel 5.7,8,io,!aKc sales and small profits make trade our subscription, but if you want to revival at the Cumberland Church. Creek, last Sunday evening at five know anytbingnboutoursubscription 5c brisk. Cate yam per hank Rev. Smith is delivering a series of o'clock, the occasion being the sit 'e Cate jeans list you can ask the diflerentpostmas-ter- s 35e splendid sermons and the Christians of her daughter, Miss Alice Mr. Charles Howley, of nearJIeflln, Good cotton ?eans . . . 10 and of the county and there you will are being awakened. Good cheviots . . . ,8tfc worth 10c who has been sick so long with tyD vis to Mr. Henry Schapmire. Ex- learn that more copies of Tub Repub3oc Turkey red table linen phoid fever, we arc glad to say, is lican pass through the offices than The Ohio County Fair Co. filed. a actly at five o'clock the happy aoc Table oilcloth rapidly recovering. any other paper of the county. Be- deed of assignment in the Ohio coun- couple appeared, the bride leaning ty's Clerk's Office last Saturday, and on hU manly arm, and Rev. G. J. " Remember that Field & Holbrook gin at the Hartford Bean In a solemn and impressive cerLianamed T. J. Smith as assignee. We buy in bigger meets all day trains, and they also Rev. Carter Helm Tones, of Louis- bilities about $2,800, assets about emony, pronounced them man and Job Lots than ov keep a first class Livery Stable. ville, will deliver a lecture at the $2,500. The assignment was brought wiie, immediately after which they Don't hitch your horse outside in the Hartford Baptist Church next Thursleft for the residence of Ihe groom's er. If ypu need about by a suit of Mrs. Vaught. cold bnt put him in their stable. day night, subject: "Our Homes." parents, Mr. and Mrs. C F. Schap Marriage license: John Petty to anything printed We have just received a new ship, Bro. Jones is a noted lecturer and we. Sallie. F. Duncan, Monroe Lee to mire, of this place, where the from the sue of a tnent of stationery, and are prepared bespeak for him a crowded house. Nelly Gray, Perry Morns to Christe-ni- a co"plewitha few immediate, friends partook of a bountiful supper. The to give you the very best work for Admission 15 cents; reserved seats visiting card to Rains, Rorupey Renfrew to Cora very little money. Give us n call 35 cents. He is coming under the Weatherholt, DUlls S Bennett to attendants were Fleetwood Ward that of .a wagon. when in need oi any kind of. print- auspecies of the two literary societies Sena D. Sharp,. Henry C. - Schapralre and Miss Myrtle Wilford, Mit Lash-bro- k ot the College and everybody should and Miss Lizzie Schapmire. ing. Cover, we do the to Alice A Davis, W. T. Bishop to DBES3 GOODS & CLOAKS. Wc join the many friends of the hap-p-v turn out to hear him. Elwra Stecrmam We hnve added a number ot new it work for you.Conw couple in wishing them a long 35c tor 36ln all wool serge worth 40c names to our subscription list this The following named persons have Mr Romney Renfrew, of Sulphur and happy life. " "" " 90c 65c " soln petition has never issue which goes to prove the people paid their subscription to the Springs, and Miss Cora Weatherholt, 30c " 36in henrietta, all shades . 35c discovered us aware of the fact that Tan Rnrira-LICAare sinceour last issue: W. A. of Cloverportr, were married at the sT" Itlirnninllam Ituna flint 65c " 40I11 figured black goods, is theleadingnewspaper in the Purdyt Bradfordsvlllej C. T. Barnard, home of the bride Wednesday, in the When there is lactic acit, In the blood. very stylish. we county. Beaver Dam; J. B. Wallace and Vir- presence of a large number of friends, Liniments and lotions will be of no 1 65c for plaid .voolenH.v rj stylish gil Renfrew, Sulphur Springs, Jake and relatives Mr. Renfrew is one of permanent benefit. A cure can be waists Marvin Brandon has taken the lor Shaver, Beda; C B. Sullenger and Ohio county's prominent young men ac oinpliihed only by neutralizing M 33ln wool finish satines . . latfc ageucyfor the American Steam Launas Jet, Silks, Vel- dry, of Princeton, Ky., and will send G. B. Brown, Hartford; W. S. Sam-uel- and has many lriends throughout the tins acid and for this purpose Hood's Trimmings, such Westerfield; R. B. Martin, county, who join fn wishing him all Sarsapatilla is the best medicine bevets, Buttons to match our entire roods on Monday and deliver it on Friday. The work is the very best. Cromwell; J. L. F.Crawford, Oakland the happiness married life may have cause Hood's Sarsapirllla is the only line. H City, Indiana; W. Delauey, Hartford; in stoic for him. His bride is a lovely true blood purifier prominently, in the Save your work for him. Job Printing is our came. W. H. Park. Andersonville; W. F. young lady from our neighboring public eye. JACKETS AND CLOAKS. Mr. James P. Tinsley, of No Creek, Don't let 'em bullyrag you, The style in .cloaks will be short, who suffered such a severe sunstroke Wright, Hartford; Dr. S. L. Tabb. county and posseses all the noble Hood's Pills act easily, jet promptBlizibethtown; Cad Burba, Hodgens-villtraits of young womanhood, and all while capes going to be very popular. last July, is no better, but come to headquarters having beJo Noe.OwensborojB.M.Faught, will gladly welcome her to our midst. ly and effectively, on the liver and Our entire line will be in Saturday. come at times completely deranged. bowels ajc whore ihey are always busy. McHenry; Richard Foster, Hartford; Can furnish capes, for $1 50 to $10 00, l,?lllr iliI,lglu ui tlifiMooli. 111 Cloaks, $2 50 to f 15 00. Visit us lor Mr. Tinsley is one of our best citizens M. L. Poyles, Centertown; W. H, Our big sign will show you. About Saturday morning ot last Albrrl Lyurlt'a f'nmoiia "Uoiluiuilicir" andtiis sad misfortune is deeply de- Martin, Fordsville; Hiley Taylor, the latest. week a yoke of gxen belonging to The Ladies' Home Journal announces plored. We aro across the street Beaver Dam; Jo Ncal, Whltesville; Mr. Justin Jackson near Cromwell, that is has secured the exclusive Mr. T. L. Griffin has received a Thad Barnard, Beaver Dam; Larkin wero missing and f rights to republish Albert Lynch's irom Capt. Cox's new house. LITTLE THINGS. also Mr. Jackson's famous painting, "The Godmother," 20c report from Centre College showing Williams. Centertown. Ladlaa ribbed vest . sun, Justin. It turns out, so we over which the French art i Misses corsets critics rav.35c the grade of his son, Wayne, during CUM Taylor DtHd, '" Jearn, that young Jackson had taken the past ten weeks. Wayne makes a ed when It was exhibited Belt bnckles Mr. GUIs Taylor died at his home Jt will ap15c the cattle about teu o'clock Friday pear on the January cover of Belting the mag25c splendid showing and his friends near Liberty Church, last Friday, night trom his faiber's pasture, drove azine. The picture is said to j Side combs . . . more 5c here are pleased to know of his rapid alter a protracted illness cf typhoid them to Owensboro, sold them, pock- clearly present Mr.' Lynch's . , . . locdoz progress. Shell hair pins . . fever. Ills remains were interred in typical eted the money and skipped out. It woman a dainty, splrituelle beauty New stampede linens Rev. J. N, Jarnagin has been called the Liberty Cemetery Saturday eveneaid he also attempted to sell some than anything he has yet offered New relphry yams, to the pastorate of the Foidsvllle ing in the presence of a large circle of is ." New saxony yarns, Baptist Church. This is a wise se- friends and relatives. He leaves a of tho old gentleman's, hogs, but had the public The original is owned t by Mrs. Alfred C. Harrison, who pur New kid gloves, all leading shades $1 lection on the part of the Fordsvllle wife and little daughter besides a not collected the money. SAM A, ANDERSON, Prpp'r. Young Jacksou is about twenty-eig- chased the painting in Paris last year New handkerchiefs . . , . 5c to 35c people, aa Mr. Jarnagin is one oi the host of friends to mourn his loss. Mr. years old and was married sev- at an unusually Urge figure. New large buttons. rising young ministers in the Baptist Taylor was an upright, honorable young man, loved by all who knew eral years ago. His, wife baa left New embroideries 5c to 35c Church aud is an able, conscien luAiiKUrntlon ol Uov. Itrmlloy him, and will be greatly missed in him a time or two, and jt is thought, Misses yarn mittens 15c tious preacher. In response to the numerous rehis neighborhood. Ladies yam mittens through no fault of hen, and Jack-b- od quests ot many enthusiastic Republi35s Mr. U. C. Barnett has purchsed Ladies.crochet woolen oklrta . $1 35 has been pajing his attentions cans the railroads of Kentucky have . Commercial Club the L. L. the Ladies woolen skirts young girl of the neigh- authorized the pale of half rate excurft 00 drugInterest ofMcIIenry,Stewart instyl The Hartford Commercial Club met to store at and the Ladies black hose 5c at the Court House last Friday night borhood. He has tried to induce bis sion tickets to Frankfoit'and return. Ladles fleeced hose 10c of the new firm, will be Tichenor & for the purpose ofelecting new officers wifo to bring suit against him for a Tickets will be sold from all coupon Ladles best black fleeced hose 30 to 40c Co., the partners being Messrs. S. J. and perfecting THE J a nfore thorough or- divorce and was qulto auxious about Etutions on the C , O. & S. WTR. R. Men's home knit cox . . . so to 35c Tichenor and U. C. Barpett These ganization. Judge S. Glenn was the matter, but sbo refused to do so. in Kentucky on Dec, 8th and 9th and J, Men's cashmeTe box . , , . 30 to 35c are both popular young men and elected President and Dr.B. B.PendleIt now turns out that the young Vll be limited for return to Dec. latu. Feather boa's, very stylish . . $1 00 are well equipped for the business ton was chosen Secretary, All T. D. Lynch, G. P. A. Keeps constantly on hand a lull stock of the lady in question aCoompanled him and we predict for them a prosperous future, They are both teaching other offices were filled by competent when he left and they have gone to "I escaped being a confirmed ., now but have a competent man in men and a thorough organization was parts unknown and so far as Jackson b v Uklng Ayer's Pills in time. ' ' nerfected. Tudce It. T). Wn11rr nmn is concerned lew tears will be shed Tills Is And In fact everything usually found in a the experience of many. charge oi their store. They handle I nil lintid and tnnrlft nn tntt-Hfdrugs, druggist sundries &c. over his departure. Ayer's Pills, whether as an after dintalk. Speeches were made by several ner pill or us a remedy for liver comMr. Ray Armstrong.travellngsales-ma- n members of the Club, which goes to plaint, indigestion, flatulency, water Ilrulrow tVanlborholl. 121, Main Stroot, Owonsboro. for W. 0, Belknap & Co., of show that our people are becoming Mr, lloomey Renfrew! ol Ohio biash, and nausea, are invaluable. Louisville, lett his sample trunk on more Interested in the welfare of Hart- county, and Miss Cora Weatherholt; All auto, an autl Helurn, the platform at Beaver Dam Sunday ford. ol this city, will be married at the The rates and limits from Beaver Buckon'8 ArnloaSalvo. night preparatory to taking the West residence of the bride's mother at 9 130 Steam Thk Bra Sactz; in the world for Dim, Ky., to Atlanta, Ga., arc as r. K. Uavkiu DmhI. bound midnight train for Central Rev.-W- . o'clock this morning B. Rut- follows: $19 on sale dally until Cnta, Bruises, Sores. Ulcers, Salt Mr. F, M. Heavrin, a former resiPjuncbtok, Ky;, City, thieves carried it oft into the Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapdent of this county, and father ol ledge will officiate. Immediately af- December 15, 1895, Hin.ted to return ped Hands, Held, broke it open and took thereDoes the finest work Of any Chilblains, Qorns.and all ter the ceremony the happy couple Skin Eruptions, and positively cures" from about $150 worth of fine knives. Mr. M. L. Heavrin, of the Hartford will leave for the home ot the groom, January 7, '96. laundry In Kentucky, The bar, died at his home In Owensboro $14.35 on sale dally until December Piles, or no pay required. It is guar-anteMr Armstrong telegraphed rxent Mr. Renfrew is a prosperous, work Is all guaranteed. o Goods to give perfect satlsfacuion or Sunday evening, after a protract1B95, limited to twenty daya points on the road and Saturday last young farmer, while Miss 15. motey refunded. Price 35 cents per aro nqt torn up, but are returned illness ol typhoid fever. His refrom date ol sale to return, night a railrad detective oox. run 0Ai.1t uy WIHJanii& captured Weatherholt Is one oi Cloverpott's ed in good condition. mains were interred tt the Milton BaIe only on November ob- - the thieves at, Horse Branch, but he Bell. f 10.45 " tf Taylor burying ground, near Hart' most estimable young ladles. For 5 and December 5 and 19, 1895 and Laundry Hupp oa Koa-da- r, hadu prior claim on them for breakseveral j ears she has been a pleasant on ing into the Depot at Greenville, and ford, Tuesday evening. He leaves a and accommodating assistant in W. limited to ten days from date ol sale, Young men or young women aspirAtfave your took them there where they were plac- large family and a host ol relatives to II Bowmer & Sou's merchantile es- AH tickets limited to continuous ing tO any Vocation in life itmnM be we. journey each way, alwai remember that tbe bottom ed in jail. Mr. Armstrong eucceeded mourn his loss. m wi tablishment, In which position she ' rounds of the ladder of time are filled H. MehuIck, Agent, U getting about sll his goods return DandtutTis due to an enfeebled, was esteemed hy her employers and to overflowing, but there's, always Habtwhd, Kt. 1. H w in Hartford Wednesday AgU skin. Hall's Hair admired by ht( patrons. Iler fflenda Do not dally with rheumatism. room at the top, That's where Dr. w4 warn t a writ tor (heir urrwt for colic, cholera quickens the nutritive June- - are legion and the congratulations ol Get rid of It at once by purifyng the fell's Anti-FlPhotograpkerTaylorwlll wake pic pf and diarrhoea stands. It's soldnt sjc wultWH Ks-ft!-V to b Mrv- - l of tiwskla, healing aaipreven the community Isunlvernal . Creek, blood with Hood's Satsaparllla. ttuea in Hartford every Mot-daBe and inridge News. ' ' sure to get Hood's, t in McHenry on Tuesdary's, tf la i got it honestly if you can but get it." the jeweler, keeps all kinds ot wedding presents constantly C. R. Martin I. S. Vaughuvlllleedyourhorie 15c for mm Notes 1 r., f... L i '.I per ked. Voare hot going to on hand. i BARRETTS FERRY. tie the AYER'S 'Sarsaparilla the g --- Ill vjuj 2i Neither Can YOU - Down UsI x 3 -, guarantee to save any larmer money for this line, that will come to us wide-awak- " "REPUBLICAN OFFICEI ic mar-ri'h- Job Printers We Lead! tv. v No house in the county can sell you these goods cheaper than us. We positively can save you money. Post-offic- e. 1 N se . s, HAVE NONE r i e; ...... The '! Hartford Republican.! ht Ueorg-anlicd- EUGENE GASSEP 3,011s Qeu?es, dys-popt- lc preshr Bread, K firsl-las- s (Jonfetfionary. fmorloart LaundrS cd well-to-d- return Friday, k CQ . Makvin Bjukdon, y 8-- wk er faS!uu ux 1 1-- VfWfrvtf ,. - .it.a MiiH(.lMwMMl. J'laaaaalHrXa?'. -- - Kr?.4 1 , ,v OOflUKff. IjRlDAV, NOVRMIIP.R 22; I89S. rvritwrt i'ita,ililri iife A.ND MfiS. BOWSER. F Balloon. B.'a HblA novdla with a Llttlo Another Il.aUh.Oltim Biperliuant Triad T1m It U tha Wflaarta Mot-- , ' libit meat Tha Sad neaulta Divan a an Awful Exampla. L "Ndw what aro you roIor lo do?" queried Mrs. Bowser as dinner was finished tha other ovcnlng, and Mr. Bowser removed coat, vest, collar ind.necktlo. "Mrs. Bowser," ho solemnly replied as ho returned from tho front haljtwlth a pasteboard box In his ( der lis that . ' wondor that medicine doesn't do Us ant good I Tho won hnlaa, wo "It's no are not la our wo ""'ifrneeanipdtelnni'' Y&But wo aro not ailing don't don't, eh? .1 haven't said has a plunccj&ica to Vou about It, becauso I largest vote by lft.owo hasten the climax by a Aeth but the State There is h politician toif V,taK for the tomb nt a Kol-homo. iop f0P the last six months! I wouldn't say any thlm? about It now, only'l think I havo found the rem-- tionwasJWc "' " el t ( ( "X fc. p i . 4 r m m What woman will do next Is' be Hye Salve is Sutherland's colyond moral ken. A new lad for new and original in style oi package Cry oring cheeks is cut It was intro and medicinal qualities. It i not onduced Into town by a girl from "a ly a cure for all kinds oi sy:e eyes but to 'give satisfaction as neighboring town who has been iri the is guaranteedfor old sores, an ointment piles, etc. city visiting acquaintances, and a! few j Z Wayne Griffin & Bro. .hmUiii .1. of our girls have become diciplcs of "Bread is the Staff of The composition of the coloring IXf.nll Ti.1l v . . n;,'t-i-ir- , Ik not known, but it is a vivid .! Af ....- -. j ..... biinnin:.i.:t matter Carmine in a small phial, and is put 07, ior me term oi ten wees, euaing into the cheeks by means of a hypox- Nov. 3, 1895 emic syringe, such as are used in Dulah Graves loo, Henry Bolton The 95, Matlie Gtavcs 92, Polina Smith jiwx was 94, Pcarln Dishop 98,Jennie Matthews j other day had;troken their arms and legs and little to Im art a charming and nat- 98, Delja Kudiey 98; Ivy CofTman 99, ONLY PER POUND CAN. peeks. You think you need tho ural color to the cheeks, but it cannot Ella Bishop 99, Jefferson Curtis 97, GrZfe8?7Mtfe p be used often. French ladies inject Jessie KIrby 97, Delmer Delsa'rto movement, do you?" For sale by f tey,ns& Pial. Hartford, Ky. 98, "I don't think anything about It, perfume beneath the skin by means' Estil Bishop 99, Charlie CofTman 88, but'k'now Itl" hotly exclaimed Mr. of the hypodermic needle, and the Mrtie Bolton 99, Charlie Curtis 64, Bowser as ho rolled up his shirt idea of livnodemle hltislips nn riniiM Clarence Hill 92, Mattie M.tthews AffcrT slcoves. "If you want to sit around ' originated from that. But it takes a 92,3ilpha Graves gj. Willie Hill 83, anddie for the want of a little com good deal of nerve to apply the need Ernie Cuttis 93, George White 90, pon-sens- o exercise, all right, but I I proposo to regain my lost health and le. One convert said that the first Joe Tilford 94, Colande Smith 97, time she tried it, she felt as she imag- Foster Kirby 89, Lula Smith 85, , Hvonn as long as I can. Tho Willie KImbley movement is tho simplest and ine a man mutt feel when he puts a Jessec Smith -moet beneficial of all athletics. I pistol to his head with suicidal 98, Everett Smith 97, Bertie Coff-mi- n permit tho balloon to float uway 96, Eddie Curtis 93, Ezra Bish thoughts But the knowledge that llko'that. Then I step forward and perhaps added beauty was in her op 98, lurg-f&- t, fltrlkolt-llkoth- ts." Edo,r Smith, Teacher. reach, nerved her.jnd she shut her " ".Mercy on mo, but you'll knock sin:l eyes and made the incis&io'n The ici "How 10 Cnre nil ftkln DUrmiee." the whole houso downl" exclaimed Simply apply "Swayne's Oinbowser, as tho chandelier suit was such an improvement on the $$r. No rattled and a vase toppled off a old methods of coloring the cheek, tment"Cures internal medicine requir tetter, eczema, itch, a! bracket. "Let mo get out with the that now she can nse thesyring with ed. the face, nose, baby I If some ono should tell you out tremor anu witu as tnucn sang eruptions on clear, white nnd &c.,leav us.c Ing the skin . .. r !J l i to coma homo nnd play ball with jiuiu aa ui uiu wuca sue put on rose- - Its great healing nnd curative healthy ,i powers dynamlto bombs I suppose you'd line. are possessed by no other remedy. do Mtl ThO idea of any such non- Ask your druggist lor Switch's aenso benefiting your health!" Our neighbor of the Messenger Ointment 34 iyr. Nonsense, chl" shouted Mr. speaks of the many political unWhenever a druggist tells jonhe Bowser, as he jumped forward and knowns that have been biought ' to -3. VW. -- JEC, Jed with his left and kicked a chair the front in the landslide. This is, has snmethingjustasgood for coughs, lESropxietor. pnn. etc.. as Dr. npll'n PinrTnrTrnn.. over. "That shows how much you in lact, one of the most hopeful sigmi ; ey don't you believe it, for we guar know about anatomyl In delivering Oblmnrj SollfA.. an,e that is is not true. Wc make anjiippcr-cu- t llko this you brlntr ol the great event. It means new i Obitunry notices will be charged JCoaisville the all into play the muscles of tho neck, men, new brains, new blood, nnd the gistsgenuine and authorize The drug for at the rate ol 5 cents per line. It to guarantee it. h. E. shoulder, arm and leg. The blood remanding to the rear of Sutherland Co.. Paducah. Ky. is cuf ternary tor all publications to Q,o and paity backs and ptofessional pol alsof For sale by Z Wayne Griffin & Bro charge for uch matter. These rates t But' Mrs. Bowser and tho baby iticians. This object was most h will be ndhticd to without discrimihad retreated to the library. l'rirrnniine Main St.. vontly wished by the people of Kenj nation, to pleafc take note df it nnd 'Egad, but If she wants to dio,' tucky, aud this was one ol the prime Of the Cuford Teachers' Association: oOcui'td when we present don't let her dlel" growled Mr. Bowser as cansts )! the cndillde. Public men RecitationMaggie Richaidson. our bill Count si.x words lo the line. Ovvensbjrfl, Methods of teaching W. R. Car-sobe dropped bis suspenders off his are sometimes so blinded that they big. little, old or shoulders to give his arms more Ever person, ylayJt "Anybody with the sense of cannot see when the people have hid Conditions of Mental Activity A. young, black or white, rich or poor, enough of them. It sometimes take who has ever useU Dr. Bell's l'ine ft canary knows that you must.havo S. Bennett and A. S. Tanner. Tar Honey, pronounces it the hot lexerplse to keep your health. Hero a phjsical, to be followed by a m iriil Painless Dfnislry a Specialty. NOON. lug itmeOj on I arrfld tho prime of life, and yet I'm eattbqauke, to shake them from their Comic Recitation W. "R. Carson. cough ardtoo. so wr guarantee. earth Our celebrated Crown and Bridge It's true, humpbacked and as equilibrium, which they always mainZ Wayne Griffin & Bro. Work or l'c:th without Plates applitd Grammar J. L. Hoover. tain in a comloi tabic place Inthepubv without pain and guaranteed to give The and B. D. Hehad been following tho balloon lie crib. Some men think they are OuitRubjcripuon lift is increasing perfect satisfaction. Wells. about and punching at it. A born for office, and nothing short of?a $5 to $j eeryday, Peuple arejiist begin G j'd Crowns missed the floating Immagiiialion B. M. Tanner. n Crowns $3 to $4 ning to sippr? cin'c The IlrrpnucAx's brought down a gas lobe shaking up. such as we had Tuesday Best set of Teith, (no better made no Mythology C. M. Crowe and E. J. bold acd out rpiken principles. a week ago, can ever dispel the illus- Leacn. fromltho chandelier. matter how much you paj) . . $8 . I A Good Set . . . "What on earth has happend ion. J6 A True Man A. S. Bennett and When your child is eating an ap Gold Hillings now I" 'exclaimed Mrs. Bowser as sho Many of the most famous charac-- , lie or a piece ot bread put one of Dr. Phtinuin Alloy . , , . . . . $t, up ' Miss Mallle Ferguson. stuckijher head out of the door. $t ters in history came to the front in 4 Bell's Tiny Tonic Tablets in it and if Shlnkle Chapel, Nov, 15, 1895. 75c "fJpthiugl When I want you I'll just snch political landslides Crom , there is .any constipation" here it will Silcr 25c knock on tho door." off j tut ns easj . All te;ileip bell Kxtractlng, per tooth $ ' Mrj.$ Bowser retreated and ho well nnd Bonaparte. t tfciu at 250a vll Z Woj ne Griffin PJnlcss extrctiog with Vitalired Air 50c Without going far back for instance & Bio, gathered up tho fragments of tho PAINLESS EXTRCTIKG by the WhaUbr wm licit, r cre her Outorta. ,brojt?n globe and deposited them ou the immortal Abrahim Lincoln affords live of our Vitalized Air FRElJ wheo a chair) and squared off to his work a fine illustration. Nurtured in povJB WhOThWA4 CMd, bo cried for CAAtorU, ' Artificial Teeth are ordered. ' Whta the became UIai, the cluns to Cutod. again, saylug: Gold Filling in your Artificial Teeth cuy, tuiuugu nam Biuuy, nnn uiiciJi, When ih iuut CblUrao, h (are them Outorl. "Kdunqo who old Delsorte was, line in the rugged road of adversity, ONlJ'OlVKS HEUFy. aiue as jour natural Teeth. butjfho wus a corker on exercise. be qualified himself for the duties lls of Offlco Parmauaat Couldn't havo started a movement the great office he was called upon lu bur lrlcu.1. to Locatod. ,bot(er calculated to bring out all We hppeth4t all ho are Interested s fill. How absurd seemed his It helping us to puh til circulation Vhenever the little children, the laFor Hal. in comparison with those of I Hojslmply knocked over a rock- of Tub Republican up to what it 'Or fcholrithhtp in the Lexington dies or the big men Mr Seward, who had been so long fn to regulate their liverwant something should be, will do uhut they can in Buiicua Ctllt-ge- . lngh(jtr and brought down a stand Call at this office or cure constipas ha'made a vigorous spring, but publiclfe. How absurd the sugges- ation and biliousness, Dr. Bell' Tiny the way of recur Ing subscribers lor particulars It will pay jou tf Call attention to the amount of Mrs" Bowser's head appeared to tion now after thirty yeats that Mr. Tonic Tablets is what they must kae home news we publish etery week, Cry (vlewagaln, and sho demanded; Sewatd should have ever been in any They cure and you never fetl it. and wnteus short and spicy news Purely vegetable. "Are you 'going to wreck tho classed with Lincoln. ?sc a vial Z. Items irom your neighborhood. Wayne Griffin & Bro. wholo house, Mr. Bowser?" m j. a The Taylors and Guflysmay reflect PII.Al I'llr.I Ilclilnx l'llc. "Who's wrecking anything? I Good Old Granny Mrtrult. t6 jears Svmptoms Mclbtiue, tntenre itchthat they have traveled the same (think I've a right to move about la old, living at 618 Monroe ing and stinging :iuoit at night; worse The World's my own house lu search of health. roads on which appear the tracks of Ky., sajs that Di. Hell's l'ine by scratching. If allowed to continue thowed no baking powder Tar Honey is the luft giip cure, Go back and sit down and wait for Lincoln, and that: tumors form, which often bleed and bo pure or so great In leav cough, lung und bronchial remedy ulcerate, becoming very sore Swanu's "Honor and fame from no conditions consumption and the gravel" I that has been oUeicd to the people Ointment stoptheitching and bked. lise, , Youngr Bowser began bowling, doing power ns tho Royal, ," during her Iilew GUJUbtted by. Z, ing, heals ulceration, and in most and 'his mother withdrew to quiet Act well thy patt, there all the honWayne Gnfflil i'Pro or lies," Owensboro Tribune cases removes the tumors. At drugjhlnj. Mr. Bowser lifted up tho stand Read the handsome business angists, or by mail, for 50 cents. Dr. ,and chair and wiped the perspiranouncements iu TiiKREPOBUCANfrom Tbn-5JP- e' Sayue& Son Philadelphia. Now's the Relics of Mounjf Dulldert, , tion from his forehead and got ready week to week and give these nier. (or more health. Ho felt that ho The scrlptuffs nay there Is i ELECTRIC TELEPHONE Tbo mound diggers neat Marys-vill- chants your trade who ask for it. A time to (ought to havo a llttlo mora leg extime for cvfihlng SoM oatrlshc, bo rntt rof altr Adapted Ky , coutluuo to find a great toCitr, VilUca ot Count rr. MMd4 U err orcise with it, aad he blew tho balweep, a t'tne to sing, a time to hom,ihopkmureftn1offlt. OratM(mTn-(nJ'rre 1'llln many rare specimens knives, scrapfttid bHI killer un mirth. loon away from him and then rushed Auttut make fJVoia t WO peif dr. play, a time tg ihinceflml a lime Send your address to II. U. Buck-le- n On in rwitaim for It. Ills legs wero doing nobly ers, arrow heads, lance heads, reamUftijhboir, lafUrnmanlna tof t, works IoPaVY. & Co., Chicago, and get a free yi4youi.er think of for ftnrwhtrsardltUn. OorapUarJf one rwhen bis too struck a hassoqk and ers, drills, pestles, axes, pipes and m tiben iliitwwl iabp ap b mur thiv? In otlip worJs, what do various other tools. Implements of sample box of Dr. King'a New Life Dftter out of ordfti. no rapAlrlnc iuii in (he took a header. What occurred jlm VVftrTADtl niADr mii Writ you think npnut that rubsciip-tio- n W P. Hirrit on A Cu Clerk 10, Cojumbui, G. .during tho next fifteen minutes will war and ornaments Jiavo been taken Pills. A trial will convince you of ncconnt-Tjoj- i hevebuowing ,nevcr bo clear to him. Ho knew from the mounds. Tho materials of their nietits. These Pills are easy in which they were formed vary almost act'ou Jol these many jeaii? - nnd arepartleulailyeffectiv; in (that hs head struck tho library as much as the forms into whlcli'-lhe,uooranu ousted a panel, but alter wero shaped. $50. the the cure of Constipation nnd Sick Some Poop'o say-$60 . Hornstone. chervt. that ajl was'blank. VVe will glte When bo pcholrb(p god quartr, jasper, chalcedona, agate, HraJache. Pur Malaria aud Liver Well I mil gOlJlK I" Py t oil. but opened" his eyes thero was a wot for a complete courts In either troubles they have been pro el Invalcaunot run" Hop and tliinl dsptrtmint of tho Columbian towel on his forehead, a campbqr diorlte, trap granite, slate, brimDuilnen College, vulue SO 00, stone, Sandstono, cannul coal, horn uable They are guaranteed to be nn auih 'VruiuUtd " It tuke jbottlo at his noso, and threo or four to the perjon leading ui tint hem of the neighbors wero in tho houso. bone, shells and teeth were some of perfectly free from every diletciious V Ur arcitnt iua be money. trtilosl copy ot design, t'ltixi the materials, used. A council cham- mbstaure and to be purely vegetable. Inthei, for nempnper a In voice be heard Mr. small hut fiyial f tbtru addtl ber of the aborigines was plainly They do not weaken by their actions, for our school, Iwiforo say: together uuibUiits to something Jsnaary 1st, 1809. Wo taaeh visible in that locality as lata as but by giving tone to stoiuache and "It la curlouj what a fool a man 1823. It was excavated biulaoii without text boq)(. about eight bonels greatly invigorate the ystem How About YouY-Asb- b-, will muko of Ulmsclt over these1 fads I Actnil builoeii from 'tarl Ip feet- beneath the surface. Around lnllb, Superior Instruction In Account? the label on iHe'll havijcVsoro tiead fbl tho taext Sold by box the sides of this room were recesses Regular size ajc booVkeplng,Penmsnihlp, llua. three mo'uthiJW'J ,. A... .t WHIU11S& Bells Drogght. yourperaudetyoun pencil and U .. "fn. I A.. aw Iiw, BanklDK, CorrApuii-4oI ,or ,.J ." "'" And In nnothr, ur.wn ml paper, figure ifup, and send or Qrsmmor, Bluirtimmt --jouncn, W5J.'V "F",D' clilefla Ins (ip9? xuero . tuo a thi.M,f he hearrf tiY--L Bowser re ao4 btiug uii thetuouej. ?X'i.',,K,Aoenls,$7fl tLelr t0Mncll4 war Moi)nd, barllrodcQlceprctlee Vv( lk4 Hanliii carries Franklin Vy abmt 1UU Ifk tolMT. WMltM T "i trle:d tongue wt, wfeti lottrueton. Kuter anr 4uww rMtti? uhiUi but it Una. Qrsdnstai suhtvJ 1e 200, n Democratic goin )( about 25. tOMi Ulf IM feftti, yoltfoD(, Ctloguo f rru Anr I Wft tkb1U. U (fftukta Ut M row It to 60 jmnM n A IH)L lll,ptflU4 U! and the groat nurtber of Implements aptt. Write at once tn sKj.,kB!i5,;3iSS2 I Remember 15 U t u.llngton Jj the nd arrapga tht divorce and land ornaments which havo been dr AWIIiod, VroprUloi. . best barber In Ine Stste. w, r. nuiw wmw , 1 cdy." "Reraedyl Why, I thought both orts were In perfect healthl" 'iWhat you thought and what wad and ,1s aro three different things, Mrs,' Bowser, Here is what tho doctor recommended for both of us." "A toy balloon! Aro wo to eot It, smell of It, or what?" "No, ma'am, wo are not to eat of It, smell of It orwhatl If you had dono'Iess gadding and more reading yOuFinight have heard of the movement. You might have heard that this little balloon has been .themcans of drawing thousands of people back from tho yawning grave." ''Oh I yes I You let It flout around tho room and follow It up and strike Del-sa'r- td JaniMWrifettfjft-'o'- f' near Goshen, departed this life Nov ,js, 1895, after n prottne'ed Illness of seven mouths, enduring It Svllh christian loitUudc. HeMeavesa'wife and two c'hihfreri his absence. Grieve not dear ones, your loss is but his eternal gain. Mrs. Bailie Ilorkeri, wile nl Mr, Elijah Hoclerr isfytite 111 wlth con cumpuon lie. Mrs. Maltle Cooper, the wl fel very low with Mr Charley Coopv, tyohold fever Our reboot at this place l progressing nicely mid r the ore of Prof. love onr I. C. Hoover. We nil school nnd teacher. Our Sabbath school is doing well at present. Mr. Gross Williams Is SupcriutcndenUjjiJ Mr. Claud Raker Is Secretary. The tallowing nnuied visitors were present last SunJaj : Mr. and Mrs Hamilton Barnes and son. Earl, Mr. Downard tlarnes and Mer, Miss Helen, Mr Elijah Miller, Miss L'zzie Duke and Miss Fannie 11 icker. We were very glad to ste them out. and hope they will come again and join us in the good work. Rev Chandler filled his regular appointment hete Sunday. Mr. Otto latins, Miss Margaret Htitcblsson, Mr. Kverctt Burton, Miss Minnie Jnhns nnd Miss Ida Millard were the guests of Miss I.nurn Barnes TOO CLOSE T6 BE HEALTHY Tho VlolnltyHof i-- Mff Char oston, Mo. thotMp8t Sorloualy Ef- foctott 'by tho Enrtu- . .?.' TlieilCitfricstot niiinii iii inn nil jLVi.ai.iaiMiiiiuiMiJiiiiwwigaaaHWMWB 9 ttAJM.A....A.i..,..,.,rTTBTMiBJ . Love1 bo docs n t &Mmi , V. qui Ko wa ? Mj.", Democrat v t Its the lolfojylrtg " 'ProroBJwtM comes late ctthqu.iki, ;xucening , the Th ree Lightens Labor for (infants ant) Children. o? Cmor; rrtth TmRTT yar' cf pnr3nt, yormlt ut to rinh nt it lt tiiilei scjuth of Uerttan I. tcrrltora'tfta;C'4oneiii1Je-I'- J5pfbVrogf jit WW i itonfr Praliie CuUrrini? a extent, nutnrrotton tto tintrone cf gnexlny. hunrtrcSwffmofihd,tTiURlnf tu iire Irom six iuche.4 in clieum'erne t ten itt, cojiposed entirely uf white sjiiJ. ivre thtovn no H t'telrcei- - lets rirc depresf Ions nnd tlitlr fornn- -' tioitleads to the bslltf that they wcje lor .d t'j water rushing .from tfiel Tills thcor H b irnc out by the lact while not enough rain fell tot put a hall inch ot water in the' barters under the 0rlp3, yet theTuldi were witer soked and every ditch In the neighborhood was filled with running water. The pumps in this neighborhood were running water lor fifteen minutes after the distuibtnce hal paselawny The water came up from them wit'i srch force thst n man could not work the pump handles. C II Miller, of that neighborhood, was in town j esterday. nnd verifies this report in ever partlcuhr, nnd says that none wifj believe the strange things that occurred unless they see them with their oau ejes " latth. last Sunday. Miknieand Laura, ' It it nngnottlannUr Ui ( rwnadf for Infant and Ch'Mxa tho trorld huown. It t '.nmJtta. Cttlitroa ltlta It. It In ii Mnllion liaro Ct. them Tienltli. It Ul .to Ont- opiBMg(t whtoh ti aTmlutoly ytttot n l chlld' MiHcln. Cnrtorta Jftctrors Ter-.- t. . , Castart a cHaya T.ttrl ihjini. Cattoria trVcnU TtmtlUntt Gonr Oari. Cflttori oArc Plttiilnaa cuJ "Wind Quito. Ottntorlg rJlev Taathlrr; "t nnilug, Ctttorf 6nro Oftnttlpattaa and Ttnlcm)-- . 0torl ninrUIs,41n tiffaeU of rvW.t nr!d r.o or rol.otri df. Cattoria AotM not contain morpMim, crplnn, or ntlirr inrcotlo property. Caitorla milmllatai tli food, rcgnltei ili totaoU anj towl. ytrlag htalthy xi J rptnral Iop. Qtorla U pat op In (ine-l- o lottU only. It In not old in hulk. yon imythliig olo on tho plmt or promlo Don't allow any om that it U "Jnt a gootl" and "will uniww ovitry pnrpoio." Ste that yon ret haB-oVfl- i' h. !!reKsa Hhv 1 I Clairette Tills great clcs tier comes toWomin't aid oqwaslwlay and everyday. Make hot Trorlcn matter of love ititcd of drudg ery. it. ssoiu everywuert. Made only by W r urTT-- , ' Som irj The N. K. a 8' I . y44j I ItnaM " 1 41 f-- . au.w. -- Fnlrbank - Company, ' IWwWMftWnWVWPVtlPlMaWf taU IWSl An Ulegani3R5to--- H Iff AT Uph'Oslere(J- - il - The ru-ta- n s--& lfatnro of ?Mc life," - i.onererv vahogany- parlor .gait,. v . 1 ""pph? Children for Pitcher's Caetorla. BoiueVxly will gri this mngotficctir j'teirnt I'KRB hiW cverjb&ly who nwli ii purchase rf Jj or over will have dTch'ance'to tfet Itf the drawtyy t be held January . 1896. bef re a comroittTe ol Owens- "' ' boro ifpresCrtstlvocitizeuN tihe , I r ' it u.u, ,. i SJSS KJS HSU When it worries to v A compute line ol Och Ruom. and EcliDfl PuiniturcVvitliPiics lower 11 fLarnitare ., l-- SE r. W?.1!"" I Del-sar- te Ballard's Obelisk 25c ' The Purest, Strongest and Best. WS kow in oua 'Wecan "eif than ever UfOieJ jofn abid"iOQmsttfor$i0 5o. orasideboard lor iTic'raSfe'pilce, Mhlcfi-tiir- i These,-- , however, are JusC make you feel good eVciy time) on look at it. samples of our uncqualed bargains.of which we have an 'immense houVe full' Thefiiicst line of pnilor fculls. Ploor or.d Swinging Rocketsr Desks and Hook casts ever in Owensboro. COURTHOt&J and UBBRAL TUJJAT-- " e MPKT. PaIR and HONBST Dealing. STYLISH and Gooda. """ " The VHRY LOWKST Piiees. Wcll-Mad- ,,' ve ait$ in'th:Id,dtr piniig Kllchenii'arlBr. QfRjceA- - Rootn ' HEW: QtJAR'TijRB ' LODISVILLE FURNITURE H0DJ8E, B. S. 9, Corner 3rd and St. Ann Streets 'nenr court houso) where we will bfp!oased to s'iow you the finest lowest price stock Jyf" FUKNITURE in the State. ,A cm. do you good. Come and see WOLF,U2 W. Main, Owonsboro. PROFIT IN POULTRY! HERNDON-CARTER ; ; (itdito Whom Ton It defenit upon How and Wben joa oirVtt voof clitrktnm mnJ tend llwin. We a Uriro nocWtr ol poultry and wa, aad Ii&y au rtlabtllhrd Irado and land tha br.l chasra to nu.l taaatj lot all oar ablimra. IV tcf i aud xirlgtler. &(a Val, llldra, 1H, Tallow, Uean, Herda, Potatoea, WmI, liar, drain or anjtUlnif Ton in J SaTs 10 thlp. Inlormatloa cbecrfnll larnliutd. Osolailona malleil rcgalaily c tuoa wlu rcineit It, aad Ubcral adrancta mado on the laritctt coaaleaisrata by 313, 315, 31T A. 310 MUnHELL COURT. . A r-- "" CO. . Louisville, kv. A. k THE MARTIN & SMITH I eivll - - H 1. THE 1 . fia! wm. A.. . ANl HAHTFORD REPUBLICAN place-hunte- DenUl 's Ii4 $1.25 ONE YEAR -- " , iaa. A.cL,vslx3lc u. HARTFORD RF.PUBL1CAN, :. X! Write your ttamc and address on a postal card, send it to Geo. W, Bes , Koom 2, Tribune fluilding. New York City, and sample copy of TUB NEW YORR WRRKLY TRIHUNB will be mailed to you a" ' Will-A.P.T- aylor, SI P?PTI( $10.2? Sma investments. J. -- Po-eel- Ket n ruing prosperity wili inako many rich, but no wlicro cnu thoy mnke so inuch wildln a short time as by successful tsptculation iu Grain, Proviso ion and Stock. ... -- FOR EACH DOLLAR Invostod can bomadoby.our & Systematic Plan of Specolalion -- - .,v- - I R' 1 P A I I :b OS-Ti- ("! inapt-ration- Pitcher's Castorja. Children for originnled by us. All succesejul speculators opcrato on a regularej'sfen Jtis n well known fact that there aro thousands of meu in nil parts oftber United Slates who, by systematic trading through Chicago brokers, make largo amounts ercry tear, nuiginjj from a lew thousand dollars for the man a " who invests n hundred or two htiudicd dollars up to $50,000 to 8100,000 or morcby thnte who invest a few thousand It is alio a fact that thote who make the largest profits from coniparit- -' hcly ruiall investments on this plan aro persons whulivo away from Chicago nnd invests through brokers who thoroughly uudcrslaad systematic trading. ' Our plan does not liik the whole anipunt invested 011 any,, tradeLJiiitj ctiyeis both eiilfs, to that whether the mnrkct rlees or falls it brings a Btcally ' profit that piles up enormouly in h short lime, WRITB FO CON VINCINa PItOpFS, also otlr MauUal'on sticcss. . lu spfciilalioo and our Daily Market lteport, full of money ninkingpuiulers; . AlX I'HEE. Our Manual explains roprgin Iratlfng lully, ' Ilighesttrel- - v" , ciencesln regard lo our standing ami success. , 52.0 mo, I'rlurihcr itilorination adtlresd THOMAS & CO., Bankers and Brokers- ,' 241 242 Hialto bulldiug, OUIoago, 111. : ,y , " Fait Tests 'v',-L-'- " ; "lo,. I e, 110 o ffcS MTinm A, y a IN TUITION "c 1 far-awa- y sdver-llisns- '. pr l5Jkt lt. W" c. IVpo-wrltln- Teli-trriiii- W. SSX&Siff W (UI ft Yfl iW. 'SrSSwXt w.n,n LkTr -HAST BOUND dlaly daily TKX. ll.lt I.OUINVII.MI.HT. I.OU1N No. S2. No. Si. , Lv Henderson . . 7 ao a m'a n m WP.ST IIOUNU daily dally. Basketts . . 7 34 a in 3 '10 p'iu ' ' No S3 No. st s Spottsvillc . . . 7 4a a tn.3 6 30 p m 7 30 a m L,v. U. Loutsvllie 8 so a m 303 p(iu m 7 45 a W Ky. Street . , . s . 45 P Worthington, . , 7 s3B"ni.3,3opiii West Point . . 7 5 p ra a s a ui 8j&.a jn.3 Stanley, , . . . . 7 30 p m 8 aU a m Howard Grilfltli . . . . 800 nl 1 dl 11 m Wlllowdale . . . 7 39 p m a 37 a m MattlpgIyH,.8AnJul4.4?niu Rock IJven .' . 7 47 j 111 8 45 a m . . . 30 a nt 4 00 p in Ijng Branch '. 7 55 P u 8 S3 a m Pates i8 4Pim4p8p;iiif, Brandenburg . . 8 04, p m 9 02 a m , , . . o 55 a m 4 2Q,p in Ekron . . , . . 0 13 p m 9 1 1 a 111 -, Guston . . , . pnio 19 a m Waltman 1,-. . . 13 a m 4 36 p m Wwlsport 9 Irvingtott . . . 8 30 p m 9 30 a m Cayce, .m,!. . . 9 iynlm4 4apta Webster. . . ." 8 38 p in 9 39 ta Falcon . .s . . 93.a m 4 45 pm Lodiburg . . . 8 45 p m 9 47 m PetileV ,. . . . griya'm 4 m . . 8 55 p iu 9 56 a iu Pierce Havvcsville , Sample ,9 37.d59IP,ni 9 00 pni iq 00 a m titennenpoit . 9 09 pin 10 09 a m Skilllua. . Shops . . io ,oo(amai,piu p 111 ip 14 a 111 Addison. . . . Cloverpbrt ". 10 05 a nt 5 24 p nl" . . . 917 p 111 to jo a m Holt , , . Holt w loaoAnV-53&P- , . 9 38 p m 10 33 a m Cloverport Addison . iu 33 n 111 54(1 11 in Shops , . 9 Q37 "I ,f1?.,nS'Spm i, Skillmsn . . 9 13 n 10 50 a in, Stephensport to 37 am 552 pm nairjpie HswTsviJle . 9 S4 p .ii 1 1 ot a m . if. i94Rnniis7(P,uv Ple;cc, . . 1002 p m n 09 a ra . Petrie , falcon . . . . 1007 p iu is a iu I,odihurg . , .. 10 49 a m 6 c6 p ni ipSTfiJin'ilpiui ' Webster. , . 10 is p 111 it 19 am , Cajce,. . 11 os a m 622 pin IrvlnEton p,m 11 25 am rcwJ?,vrt . Guston .,) 11 14 am 640 pm j 1 33 a in , iq as p m Vntumn 11 aa a m 648 put Rkron . " 43 am f'Powew't - . JS45P Brandenburg U (I UI, p m U J1P1U 56 n m Pates'': , Long.Jlrnuch . 11 39 a m7lo7ip m pm iao6pm .OwensboiO".' RocWIlKvefi J, . fn7i4p m Wttngl) f , u,o9p m it iBpiu Wlllowuaic . . u S3 a 111 7 21 p ra Griffith . . , 11 14 p pi U23 pin Howard la Q2 p pi 7 30 p m Staiiley . . . ti ilj pm la 27 pin West Toint . . 12 05 p ui 7 35 p ra WotUflufjtQi! n 25 pm 1235 P tu Ky Street ,U 4SP 5 P 11 33 pni 13 41 pm Reads p 30 Spottsvlllc u 45 pm 12 S3 pm Ar U Loulrvllte 1 00 G. m 8 A.. p 10 P II, C, MOBDHR, Uaskctts , . . II S3 pm 12 59pm Ivoukville, Ky- A r. Henderson Ijioaiu 1 15 put ... .. i; p'ni-Read- 11 7,6,. 8i 4.9B5rl49IP"n. s"' sip ... .... " pij . 3Hn u 1 ,,oB 10-410-5- u a j if7