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H Will pructico his jirolc.sion,in J)uviee3 and luljo'initif' couiiticsU Hpt'dwl ltJ teiuiiiu givfcii m coiieciiGuv Uit iw, Hunk nl l ftminorrv llfdlrfiWir!' ... . MI 'O'llIM . fj J.N.Ili n7Vila;. Jim uichh, jin 1 . . GLUNN&W,EDpi$&r, HARTFpKD, KY. AB5HfJTEHY PUBE f, ' . K' A "jefH' r r V i Is a considerable phi unit due us i n Will practice their pmfeiuiion injai. subscription nn I aiI wn n . ijiAilirl thc'coiirirfot Ohlu bliii rfdioldin c.q showth'l a )prt-c- i ill m n o' r 'rii. tins, and court of Apit-nls- . tiprcia ICtH'IlS Ah iency.ln thTlnabv afioml" pivni W HJ'J atieni advancing; their dntf fif &a ffiry l'ulilic tdrOlun ci.uniy. 'CefSW 'date on vour piofr tlm C atma-your change nndTrl vl Cus To subscribers our ueoii',t,Fiic.iiiii TlrliTl" ffTl JjlTla TPalafTTIirHfJTiTi Wnlfl TtiBITl Si JWWtaaimiMl sfWII jdualiy small. butb-ur- f w ii the stall oi lifff, they nre our depeni .... 1uYTi5j.1.1. ..,THtPRAOTICAL SCHOOL OFTHE SOUTH. ...v v..v. i ru'- - ..'J.iJ?-- .. I IIAIITFOHir, 1CT. irftfc a Of . 4 if. cww.) in. wtuetne account mh ( , SVih prfl'ctlce hi8 ptoS8:oty, ln Ohio The divine that is (n man ccmEtnnttyv, nar(vestts Offlflal Enrmnt.-DEri- N llUhwil ! VAllr rnilnlw nttwr fir.t aiirl ktep th P anil adjoining couutlcs, and court VlAa tlffa)-7 rmr of tbfl rora r teeks after tho Infinite, fllencc among , "i"e ooay Mflmer'airaei r&ll. Mini ,""llicHUUCollvi Dionwatlhn4lhlrl4raDf turnr of orrtMifai EIKCqnlK!KlKl 11 V itt Anppals . .tipeci&liiittenlJiii'f git'ft't all peOrilcs tjicrc is un universal se.ircli-In- g wheals moving. itadvnu, who huHtrU of after God. As are the cult and tho Oilico east fdo of puhh't , collectionA tluifiimn4 of 3a1Imi- ad nam. HOOU.UKRPINCi Uotlit tr Artaal nail. ' morals of the people, so their idealizaBNUUIU., Tho f.ivrH Hnveth nnun. no itit tion of tho prccxlstent. All, however, Mrs Phoebv Thomas, of Junction xptrlcDC m book clotho Him, with righteousness nnd City, 111! .was pit urcoanUnt. told; by her,doctprs slie M.'J.JHEAYlIJ-- . JSIIBUV TAVLOR. AWiun irnnrn'M rn. confess nim to be the supreme nlmortcr to Anmi.o An- LcnuiAtt ' : had Consumption and that there was Id thli Oollfiff. and of hhorUita-Uafht im smlllpg with tho air ot a man Who has pf the universe. Gratitude is neither 111. Kodommrnl to IL bwdof tb.i ! IIEAVRIN TAYLOR. "A jioor xrump, mum, what asked for had a great burden lifted from hlsmlnd. dead nor asleep, and as,mqn receive eo no hope for Jierr but two bottles .Dr.. HrimraKftn ex court rcporttr). from Ui aathort of thl- - niom n bllo to cut, explained tho cook, TKLEmAlHY fltwlmtnt Kndond br "I am glad yon J'r.ow the truth," he tho wells Of thnnkttdne'3J8cnd fortU( King's New, Discovery Train lliptrhr and lradlnc rallnar and uU apologetically. bubbling waters whoso ripples make cure-- heir arid SheJ-av- 8 raid, with an cxprerti'on of profound reartph voinpaDlat The Onlr Mrlio! In th it, Aayj-- Jier Dut 3INs Kingsley did not hear. The lief. "JVhen I eft New York I went World operatiac ft com put JlaUvay tfrittu for mimic of praise. Among Christian na' .iTARtl'DD, KY. toaVnt., of lt tit life. Mr. Tho. Egcers, I to Plonda.! color was coming and going in her wost anil enllutcd li) tile regular nrmy tions, where conceptions of tho All-iniviDVAi. ritAcncAi- iwatiiuo Will practice thier profession in All TIOST In ail dteartmetita 2Vo CIsm Wnrlt. checks, nnd sho grasped tlw back of n under nn assumed spflered , from a ood hav o reached grcutcst pcrf cctness, St. San Prancisco, I herved five 'T9.00d.00 UnaraatM that oar Ooll-- c U an chair as if to steady herself. rerfftitMl.or rnonvr rvfoniwt KICnt KKW the lesson of gratitude is most fro- - dfeadlul cold, apprSachi'ng tons,u'mp- - the Courts ot Ohio and ndjoinirSg Kut I wn in 3 oars. &lriIJ91?ri,owB,r9fl3 anil fonil.tie-- br u counties, and in the Court ut "Maurice Orunby !" she said, in a low , with an Intimauvfrlorid n young lntw qucntly tnught and most universally ls. pini to mniremrnu or cor vraciirai 17. if rut i without-reul- l "rverythingJ vSaraukr Ural, attraction. Uxbt, but distinct voice. "Can it be possible?" ycr t.nd when tijy aunt In Vermont practiced. L,ong anterior to me oirin. tion, trietl Special attention given Jo r. aqtilppfHl most in iartti ani din IIiuIbkmb Collff II nil The recognition was evidently murtrfKtlr Office, next door to died last r.pr'sgv liidi:;- - me lier.sole of the American nation the people eisetuen oougnt one oome or iirf "collections. I 'rtHJii 'Mftf l.frSrfSa" tual. The stranger rose to his feet, a . holt- -, I had raj f R!ISP!:-- ' nfd ..V. C CALHOUN, rrinclral, Lval&cto, Ky, convert the prop- i were w ont n t the close of Uie af Jcrmath picture of astonishment and confusion. erty into cash ard tbrn It'over to tho to set apart n day In which ,to' consider weeks was .cured. Ue is- - 'nnturnllyii Ho was it strikingly handsome man, bank. ' There rui Just enough, with the tender mercies', tho.boundlesB love, thankful! TtTtl?uclfresifttsloi wfifTli I- r5 ... . . , rurry westemeia, tall nnd straight as nn arrow, witb'u'i whnUI had been nblo tosaofrom jny the. generous hand ot God, in order that these are samples- - thatnpmV4- - t'ie cer-- i drooping brown mustache. Mle their hearts might swell arid throb tn IIIks Victoria Kiupslcy, of Klngnloy talnly lmdnot the appearance of a pay a- n soldier, to rcplaco tho 515,000 wonderlul'efucncy"of tills iiiedielljiei5 linll, could afford to bo a little ccrrntrlc, tramp, except that bis clothing wns with the accrued h.tcrcst. I bad as- responsive touch to ills' beneficence. This pmcticoj born amid the rooky Coughs and Colds Free tthl bqttle proplo sulci. Xot only ivai alro rich and, threadbare, and cten ragged In places, sumed tho debt, you "now, and thought BEvjrBpAW,1t.jfnj I ought to pay Jt. OitlcnlngtheRnny Id Hi of New l!nglnid, has been" per- at Williams & DelU Drug Store. beautiful nml highly accomplished, but and he wore no overcount. CattiM and obtained, 111 ll pauat I started, back to Now York, where I petuated annually by a nntlon, which, Regular size 56c and $r.oo. she bad reached Um mature ago of "I--I be pardon I " he stammered. U.l.o. con'ticied for MnDltnifK ms. ly btlll hjne h fewfrlouds. I had not above all peoples that have been and M5t I. la ih. imra.'l no vuM'ty of lb l'aiem Oder. anil was rahtrcs of ber R. R. WEDftlHO--- , not know " arc, has most cause to be glad. money cnoughto talce me clear through, a4 y f.cllltlM lor Mctmnc patent, fert uniurpitieU Prior to(the Hut Miss Kingsley seemed to sudtdu)tl,ttu,ic pNoosriphcf InTjnltoo, riltv nvn fortune. of whom bad death of her Do you use letter heads, envelopes, Here Indeed do the rocks pour out so I concluded thdt n tramp of a hunauccumlxxt denly recover her CiurliXinninJiuUB'iilul idrinuict cUlmeJ. tmrciit. hotli KfJftttinrqviM tnnift fhr art ojmil.n n r In the name month ton prevailing fever, dred miles or so would do me no barm. rivers of oil, the earth yields marvelous bill heads, statements, dodgers, piss (rtaMIUy. nd n foi lor protccuilns th ing to the cook she said: increase nnd only tho sins and short1 am accustomed to tuaichiiig." HA.nTFpn tho family had resided In tlu city, Ky. ters, cards or anything that yon have. rliwJfvv( Mat b catixl th "Never mind, Hannah) I will see this comings of men mako possible want or ynttntU lletml. IifTtn bf until "Yqu Jinvo outdorif Won (Julxoto himCoioi," spending a portion of each summar to get a printing office? We solicit Will practice his profession in all full lAfmnitlloa lent free gentleman "myself. lie is an old friend All rnoimunl suffering anywhere.' Among this peoonly at their handsome country fiot. of tho family." Then, addressing tho self!" exclaimed Miss Klngslcy.' "Of 1 4lom.C3nl(lcrtil s Mrltllj ConCJclilil. tho courts ot Ohio-- landadjoining Hut noon after ber bereavement the, man: "Will you please tome with me, course, every dollar of that money 'will ple is the greatest personal liberty, your orders ondguaranteesatisfactlon counties. RRANKLIN H. HOUGS AJbo Notary Public. broadpst interpretation of the r,'sbt in both work and price We do all yotmjr laily had gone into Recluslonnt Mr. Gnjnby?" Office, in Commercial Hotel; of the Individual, highest aspirations Kliwsley linll, which was n'pnrt of hrrv kinds oi job work, from birthday hn J Ho looked as if ho would liavo preafter comforts and Juxurles and great wedding catds heritage, nnd bad ilnco lived In tho to funeral notices to through the floor, but she est general faith in the promise nnd fulstrictest retirement there, rreolvlnrr no ferred sink was lent ing tho kitchen , THE flCGIDEHTS OF LIFE visitors excepts hi?n heryounfrerbrb til- bad turned and fillment of a more exalted condition of Gle us a trial nhd we me sure that 1". mlm I ! Ho followed' unhcrsnl happiness. With this peo- WCjwill csta!)li.siipernnuent.bu-.incs- s er, Robert, brought n jmrty of ids boors' beforo ho could reply. Write U T. 0. QoDicT, ber hesitatingly, mechanically, like one ple, as with no other people, nrc greater relations with you. companions up from town for a few In Drawer 1S6, Chlojo, Secro a dream. She led tho way to a small diversity of climate, more varied yields ' tiry of the 8ta Acciositf days' recreation during the sjiootlng mom adjoining tho library. There she of vegetation and a wider range of emseason. OffEflnl V e, . ; CourAnv, for Informatloa turned and faced him. Hartford. Kv. ployment,, for tho mas.y:s than Is found It was now tlireo jears since Mls The official vqij; lot govfjnor ns firrsinllnif Acddcat Injur-ne- t. "Mr. Ornnby, will you kindly tell mo rmywhere else upon the globe. In this practice his pro(escion 111 4H I nn orbjian. At. Klngslcy bad beon let Mcntlou thU pptr. , what this melius?" countfy incn have heed to their comfort nally declated bv the, .secretary of VV the courts &f Ohio and1 adjoining Br so doing you can mtc her ago this w ns nloiig tlmo to rvnounc" lie stood before her, fumbling hlshat to employ Jess hours for labor and may state, with every county heard from, counties ana Court ot AprJealsv SpeCV nembcrihlp frr Itus paU over (000,009.00 for society, nnd it was not strange that tho' 4 devote more tlmo to enjoyment nnd is as iollows: cddtnUl InJuriM. ml attention givvn Jto .Jlecffons, But In bis hands. Her question seemed to world pronounced her S Incrcauj Ins confusion, and he had to s pleasure than their in Do your own Agent. Oflico next door below1 Comrn'en that portion of the world residing In i'(enr his throat Bradley, 172 dj6. seeral times before ho other lands. , the wealthy and eminently resnectnblor could flitlTTiU voToe. cialHotnl. BO MSDICAT, KXAUINATION REQUIRE! " 'Hardn,lij',S24 Recalling these superior benefits our to have village of Tennstook-bega, people have cause Indeed for gratitude; Pettit, 10 91 "It is nil nn unfortunate blunder," he hopes for her when she suddenly "" uot becausp they enjoy prlvllegeo that ' 'Demaree, 4.1S6 emerged from her sequestration fo fnr exclaimed, at last. ''Ididnotknow that would seem to bo denied others but for this was your home. I chanced to be aa i become the hostess of n ThanksBardley's plurality, 8 912 ' FOLKS the reason that their lines are cast in giving dinner party. Tho truth was passing, and I thought W ell, I was I no, I will not sit down," pleasant places. The grateful heart i EDUCED that Miss Klngslcy had been doing; hungry, lrd FOR ' jl IIARXFORD KY. tsSMI 'HV'MAII as shewaicd her hand toward a chair. best 'capable of appreciating, and ho some serious thinking. It had Worthiugtori, 164 TOE ottASD tubket OlSJJEn. fOQ hartfuLAiu pah who remembers his Missings cannot you will be good enough to lot me Will practice his profenion in th "If to her, upon reflection, that pco-ilan a&qo us van ti MAnpJJ Tyler, .156,045 J according praise whero paiso go now I will be careful not to intrude be returned to you, and my forturfe and toll courts.of OJilq and adjfjjning.cjoUnAiev mw.F.SNYoru ruxi had aright to conclude thatshewas upon you again." Blair, 15 957. belongs. JJctrospectlng tho yenr and HtBri ri1" " ir n2l TTflUIClUinCAItUaiHAW Hubert's aro at your disposal." Mipremely selfish nnd proud, und she - "a results tncro are suggestions tnai "You mistake my meaning," said Miss , 3,872. t lluvafter nllj" said Granby, seriousdecided to set aside this erdlct. If pos-t Kingsley, with a look ot distress. "I ly, "you must nqt give me too much the barns ore filled to fatness with ucAyBulJpfcl:; sible, by ghing n scries of entertainWprthington's plurajity, 8.945. hn-- e am not usking why you arc hero. God Perhaps en grain, the wheels of industry whirl for what I done. ments nt her bouse. Thanksgiving day THF5TOTAD V0TK ( was at hand, and she began to put her knows I no gliul to sco jou. What I I Bhould have hesitated if your answer omlwrurr, themartsot trade are net Jve to tftat audacious note of mine had not f dth hurrying feet and the hope nnd plan Into execution by Inviting a num- -' yi ant to know is what has brought you The total vote for, governor was made me wretched. Do ypu remember promise of better things are potent. AXltlttWJbiX 'AT ber of ber church acquaintances in the to thls this condition? I cannot beeverbe,-forecaJ It? I felt that J, had nothing to Hvo for Hemcnfberlng his divinity as well na 357iP57- - Theareitcstjvate tlllago to dine at Kingsley hall on that lieve that you have voluntarily adopted . recalling tig Provl--. , tho lifo of was44 TS9- - in, he presidenafter (hat. Of course, I dpn't blame t bis mortality daj. " nractice his nrofesafon In all ih "Of a trnntp?" he said, finishing ber you; It was the w o'rst kind of prcsump- - dence that Is gver nil and gvth all, lw tial election oi 1.SS8, . ,Of course tho invitations were nil ccurts of Ohio add hdjdrnin&untfe's. tion on my part, r, poor man, to offer i "ho receives should not fall of a accepted, and the ccnt was sentence w 1th a bitter smile. livi-ut- ly The total vote lor gnven-o- r in 1891 Careldl attentiotj ' tul heart nor selfishly measure his own " "Pardon me," sho 'added, hastily; "I to ua something out of looked farnard was 189,277, .howing.a gain thia'ycar business entrusted to bia.eaicj, "Don't sav tliatl" sho interrupted. '' EW by thoseofhlsuelghbor, Col; hao no right' tpjjuestion you. Pray, don't misjudge my raotle. I know that with a note o'tr entrenty' in her voice. ' There are tbose who sorrow, because of 67,880., In, 1887 thet total vote was lectjous n,epeciaJtj, Officoni-yitlth- 4 rorn me Deginmng. me inugiuer oi mo 281 569, you arc not to blnmo for tho change in county Attoruex. AUg,ff "I-- could go down Upon my knees to your fortunes; I know that you aro Invou now. In vour rnmi. and betr vour joyfuUhas rung out amid the cry of a Is prepared to (to all kiiidro The republicans cat 175436 votes, desolate; but therejs the capable of a wrong act." Dental work at reasonable prions iur(;i cuvatt, for wounding you. Iwusi heurts made lie gave ber a shaip look, as it he young then, and scarcely knew my own' universal promise of comfort to luq for governor this year ngflinst t6,,o87. Qffic&o.Te,r , J. Wv Ford & Co't 126473 in 1887. when. would read mind, but I Ioundout afterward " mourner. At this senson of the year In 1861 . Feed Store., tho onco green leaves are sered, fallen CqI. Bradley, made hjs first race "Vlctorlnl" "That is a remarkable statement," he upon the ground, betrodden tinder foot said, slowly. "Can it- bo that you have "Hutvwe hro wasting preclousti-ne- ,' The democratic vote for governor SALESMEN ANTED HARTFOItlV KY. forgotten why I ran nway(from homo site said, hastily, glancing at Iter watch. of man j but tho naked trees, through this year was 163 8 524, against which the chilly blast of the west wind "DoyouKnowthlsisThanksglvlngday? five years agq?" Will practice his profession' i nth e uownniuuo or vwu uuuu in iSpt.'-ifir- l now moans, sliull, with tho warming 143 27M in 1887. guests for dinner I am to have some "1 hoto not forgotten the miserable Courts ot Ohio and adjoining, cdbu." MKNin each county to take orderi fJnys ot spring, put on new lieauty and Col. Bradley received 46 ooo more ties, You are. to stay and dine iylth us.' story that was told at that time," she reSpecial for.a CHOICE lino of NURSERY freshness. Bo the days that are to be ivot s than At theje clothea?" 1 can "I? can,li late lections. Qffi9en Cour,ti-)t,80.- f, plied, firmly; "but I have heard a differany reput POTATOES STOCK nr SEED "Jfy brother has a room and n ward- give assurance of peace to spirits that ent story since, ilr. G ranby, my unhapWe Stock and Seed guaranteed. Tho nlghtcomes, tor "ovcrnor ever icceivej robe here, and I am sure bis clothes may be troubled. py brother has told mo everything." Col. Bradley'recei'yed this year 17, give you steady employment with out mo giaq sun is on its course anu its will Just fit you. ,You will find every The man started. 2iprijfc QQODpay. Itwillco cu mthinp thing you neei. No; I will hear no ex. i roys v,u spread life and light upon nil. ,009 more yntej (inn the Harrison "He hak told me," coutinued tho womState when wrm to give it a trial, cussb. I will call a servant to show J.UO UUfLUill.y ML juuu VU11U11UH auiici: voteln 1888, which an, her face white with suppressed exuntil now ing i intervals, but tho divine that is riARTFonbi-'ki".- " ing which you prefer tosell. citement, "that it wns he and not you you upstairs, and will send up a lunchbeen the republican ilgli watermark. Addrnw, you will stop In him lifts him up out of the depth's,, eon nt oneo. to No. 9 G.mn forged tho check for $15,0001" given to col who SPECIAL attention ahatraciB.aVe.. vote Gen. llardin alls and ln the higher Ufa he sees and makihL-at' the village hotel, and HWKfi NURSERY CO.. "He tqld you that? Good heavens Is shottof, the Cleveland vote.pl t8S8, also adores tho beneficent God of all. It you will come nnd see me before resumKocnESTER, . does your fnthcr know?" IJptaty PubJIc Jpr Ohjo pop-,tjr- . a good tljlng to remember mercies, to the democratic high water mark. ing your jourpcy to New York." "My father and mother linve both Qlliqe lQrth, side of pubjjespure, forget afflictions and to give thanks to And so it came, abqut, that Mnurlee, gono to another world, Mr. Granby. The populist vote' w.vi 16 $t 1 , this 1I7ANTED; 8evcral truatworthv "jfAtJRICE OBANBT I" SltB SAID. Granby1, transformed from a tramp itito the Itobert and I have been orphans for gentlemou orlad" to travel In IT year, agaiiighrSs 631 In 1891 WifxiAU HosserCobde. In evening a conventional KeuWky for established, reliable the ordinary In rennstook. As for three years. It was not until after their dress, sat at tho gentleman of the host' ' " ' right hand death that bo made his confession to A THANKSGIVING HYMN. A(is Kingsley, sho was surprised tp And homo;. Salary 8760 aiid expenses ess nt the grand turkey dinner that The' prohibition Vote was a 186 me. Ho told me of his youthful inSteady, position. Enoloso reterenca that she took n lively interest in the c cnlng, having been introduced to thy this year, ncalnst 3:291 Tn, '189! and'i Bacrcd wine of lovo'a libation preparations for the dinner, nnd when fatuation for gambllpg and horse races: stamped cnvcloved and other gueBts os an old friend of the To tbo Father everinore, hpw; he became so deeply involved that 8 390 In I887. family. At least two persons nt that Th,e Dominion Company.Third Floor, Thanksgiving tiny dawned; with a frosQrntltude and consecration moment af desperation, to avert Frort our hearts wail dally pour, lUIGt ty and nipping air, sho was inclined to in adisgrace he saw staring him In the tablo were In harmony with the spirit Omaha Wk. Chicago. tho Iii'iir, bo proud of tho success of her under-takl. .. of the occasion, for theirbearts throbbed In tho band extended o'er us, face, ho forged the signature of a de'Below la th$ grade'-o- f DUtrict No. in ono respect. Tt had proved to NOTICE. wtji grtitltude nnd Joy during the Ill tho crotden days behind, positor In father's bank, hoping thus to ' w us a pieasariter" way 6f TTnltad ' Tn tbo 1895 hopes before us. 19 lor terms endlnrc,Nov,8, I wlirr every man and woman In the Whliky her that tliero whole ?f thot Thanksgiving feast. and Thy cornnasslon we may fln,d. Uta tnttreitrd Inofthe Opium on tb.a dli pusalng her time than in broodjng over rotrlevo his losses and replace the money It wna onlv two inonths later that Arthur Gray 86, Burntco Fnlker-so- n niy boot) to ha? ona beforo ita withdrawal, was discovered. was strangely i jr aorrowi AH day she Tatei? Jtdsri 1). M. (roollay. AUanta, Ua, Klngslcy hall was tho scene ot a brlb For tho friendships that engirt vs. 92, BelIeTulfcerson"8f"Chnrlie Yon,. us teller of thejinky cashed the Box ip, and ona will ba lint you trea. For affection' sacred flame, buoyant and, cheerful, ns t irosBessed llantj wedding reception, nud Maurice e ror Thy law wqlch doth eonvert us. ' ' Wilson 95, Claud Kulkersonj. by'a. presentiment that something vefy check without suspicion ..Afterward Grajiby bad come there to stay. We would maenffy Thy name." when the monejjfou5jr(uanflered, and pleasantSvas about to happen. AVilcof ' 8d, Chnde Quinn 9c, Cut ainMlrlrd. Thanks ws clve for homo and nation, And that afternoon something did Itobert rcallzecyuiiaj!3 could not hope Dauphin Hunter95, Rmma Ftilke'rson' Chirp. Korrlst Invited' Mr. SandFor tbe blood that rnade us free, , happen sometlilug thi)t w'ris bot down to conceal hls:rjmejho confided in you Seeking still the consummation Is prepared to do any arid, all kinds 871 Hlbett nrVn 90. Maddox 95, nnd begged you tQ'hclp him out of his stone to dinner on Thanksgiving day. Ins Klncfslay'a programme,. TJio on. Of our perfect liberty, Prices ,,uos Francis Decker 90 George Ilifutr90,' of Dental Operations. Mi. 'Norris Good gracious me Is buay youn( vtonan had ejntqred tho trouble. He said that bis exposure 0c t'liriclir, Olilo SmitliHrKlrrn It. II. kltcheri fo gUo sotpe final .dircetlons to would kill ills mother, bring disgrace Didn't you know that It was a strictly Qflipc 9ver,w,WtlJIam Tor the altar fires glowlnr Glennle Vanxhan 90, Gljfle Vahghiu retutonable. witn religion's noiy light, Bell's Drug Stoie. the cook, when she observed that o upon his family, and cause his father family affair? Fop the spirit breezes blowing! j, 90', Hntrison Maddox' 95. lames Viiali?ed rtir or Jau'gliltig oi-- - adCluro Thnt'n nil right. He's golnj strango man wns sitting (piletly in a to forevcjftllsown him. Then it was l"pr tha faith transcending sight: Besi Joh Wils-)- n 9", Jfjke Bowtu ministered fur painless extraction oi chair on the dpposlte, side of the room. that yousacriflced yourself to save tobeonoofthefrmlly.-Hrooklynl.if- o. For the storm, tha sun, the rainbow, 85, lames Qeckeij 86 fohn Decker 80. teeth. 6Uo paused abruptly and stared at him, him anglais family. You told him you Verdant pastures, pleasant ways ,. ; rv For Thy mercies' constant inflow Icsse Fulkerson 89. John Southard 89, wth a flash ot &tartttd recognition in would Jlvert suspicion from htm it he t a"" 'a Hear our orisons of praise, would k rep his own counsel and promise Nov York Vyorld, lILMSS. Gray 6c;- Julia Southard' 85, , -- Rev. Samuel J. Harrows, In Christian Jennie again. You on his oath to never gamble editiqn othe The, ,Twicea-(weel- Mr. A. It, Cranaby, of Ho. Itcsiater. Gray QS. Ifhnel 'FulkersOn 85, 158 a, !" Teniu, kept yor word by suddenly disapconyerted'i AU Depends on the Turkey, writes that hla wire baa esa-, Maud Wilson 92. Maml, Wjlcox 90, "New York World has been suspicion upon pearing, wus bringing wnlcU bad eaten two 'intq the Thrice-week- . "How are you going to spend Tha'nks-glvinIt fifrnTsuV lanra boloa in ber brsait,and ydurself , o that when the forgery was j H"2K'P Wilson 89, Mabel Quinn 88, o f pconlo wuo vlatt too Inrawf Uncle JacTc?" which tho berl phyalolans bnrjers oi 6 roiees ablcce.or eighteen ' , Also from and to ... . discovered nobody could doubt that you j. ot tho surrounding country "Well, sub, hrt's des 'qordln' ter do manv who artt aoat treated, and pronounced Inwere tho criminal, and that you had e .?!" ?&&?? ho have already, ev.bry wek' at curable, tier Krandmottwr turkey. Ef he's qulat, en doaij roos 86. Qjcir Batvcn 85. Rupert Robert- Cincinnati and Evansville. ttrioual oxperlcnne, leuruod of tbo Kreatfrom fled to escape the consequences of your and sunt mut aied, v One Dollar a year. Thta'givtaltsfl! high, I'll spen' do day at homo; but aid 33, Ky r too '" Surgery crime. Oh. it was n noblo thing to dol rrlumph In Conporvotlvofumed 95. Riy a year for One Dollar and et he's noisy, en I mek' any mistakes, ohlSTd by tt) Burireona of tbai Do not purchasea Ticket Not one manjn a million could have Robin on 94,'TeAny Wtlsot) paper Little heroic, or outttoff surgery U dey's no tclllu' whar I'll fotcb' upl- "paper Has 6 pages eight. colnraiHi .nml nMmuun. ITnr Inatunnft. made such Ijsaorlfleq!" MUa Klngfc-ley'- s North, East, South or Wost Thomas Vaushan 89, Tbomas Detroit Free Press. TIIMnRQ Ovarian, Fibroid (Uterine) and i,wiue. P? 40 cafumnHj in lolce bftrayed her agitation now, by lUITIUno man J otbera, are FulkerSou S's, Willie Robinson 91. Thrice-a-weeUryiyoaliav consulted an Agent Blaetrolytlaaad oihr.coaeervatlve removed and and there wwe tears In her eyes. "Hut WOtiatsnot onivjnuch. No Doubt II WilL moani n therebr tho DerlU Of ciittlDir vt.iwu. you do not Know what shock It wan I "What h flighty, fat young thingtliat WalterKoblnson 90 Wayne Brown ', tvoldfrjL ly newanaperJlbut it .iurn )W iher us sauoy tuik Is,!'1 said Mrs. Gobbler to her 9S. U rnoat nil PTIIUnR 'however' lorgre, Tlstula to-- to fath.iv and.thp rest of "Wetp bo end wnea told this, lUmuriOi andotlierdUiunacsuftba forced to beievo you guilty. had n0, ncvv.i irtpjjiK giAi rmliwat spocjaUaU ot New husband. Soi'iiiA DAVjpnpjf, Teacher. lower uovtl.ara permanently curou wu9ut York, under whoae treat- "True," replied Jlr. Gobbler as ho tueli faith id you. Tbonk heaven, the pain orreacrt to tho knife. , ment abe was placed, de,!, Ilrcach(IIernla)aradIoaur story never (be passing days before' the crisri. riUhquallVof TTfiify EillPTItBP or into tho papers. Itobert thought of clared bereaaowas bopeleas. nwrlUHC) curej without the knlfaaod 1 MHU'KD TUAIN3, AUtreatmenl having uiled, with tbe Attractive special kut'urci of Tbanksgh ibg- "I'm looking every day and I have fried hard for tw$ years to without ralo. Trusses, oau be tljrann awayl ft T tVMk ttiMr T ah was riven up to die ' lUkU DbeaKaaafcatr. Vh4aM tJI entirely."-judgen weeVlv. PPW,WANBU?J'RT'.BI,BPBKS, find soroo tteee o( you, that we might for him to lose his head ii. fl, 8. was STONE M. .VWfeyemArwbX Iwatlj U M aVltM Uht Wv linVft nind a red u majso subh(fguurtttQ.n as lay in our and aatonlablng aa it mar a4 tblrt Uiiv liwiJoDlSRNEQUirUHNT. ' euttlog. isl out and aafoly rentelBd ootid, a few bettlea curtii VltMOt tut mikva, ' .lend the Thikfc'u-WMiIn some ys that oSSolcaceV?. vw ! '.power. JCndJJIaburt L STBinTURPS ar&Ther sound sod wall... Ml lU bnlai At .. w. Usi uy ' fk. ferlgkf. tMiiUav4 .hakti." rTnit''Rtrt'rinM,dAM- frtrHnl' . Jf.'6Sper Our treauae oa this dM jawo inysterloW tbo bank has reoov-ereTo fiutacrlbers Arrears. Jl ", "1- T. D. I.vNqiftf stun win oa sous roe w "'w.; faiiMnlkltttai nil u nIIcupm; the "Swwnt that was lost on the any address. jtar. Subscribe M KlftlFuBlJCW. KMm. We must have money to ruu our I WkMi it I lulara. send Oen. rasa.Att?' ffur.t4i.V4ltliw-- l Gcu. Mgr. Including tho interest," forged obk, SWIFT 6FECIFIC CO. m , business, Not only that, but there VT MABKUV1H 4f iifk !. I jBtmutreet, Jtflurloo ufinbv, bit this time, wan f LOOISVUW. KY. uunij v i AI-"- "t k r' !tl VvViTli'")'7l tuv (tww u.... ( mm jfiii. ... 1 p y.. .ltli. iilnSiMi. feS5sDu.g taUt-le- ft axjti-titi-t f '"" uri 1 x . ( if-- ! -- J 1 Kf tDrn ey a at La w Aft-tpea- - KINGSLEY HALL. C i KIr-Mr- i Sr Jp3, if'tisfim. I r.t-nt- Jw, V -- t Tnit-Mai- "I-di- d Attorney at,.iAwi ra-M- isW-K-'- a ? WILt fellow-being- 1 , 1 lUsRUJaKflM-- f Kiw 3aHL '' Jo. B. Attorney df Law, :--- KWfsf 9-- a II. i. wilf Hu-'hes- ,. gold-crcd- it i& , st a" brk te' r grate-mysc- lf Will'bol-giv-erino.- DENTIST. w :"?wS5sr Aifor n ey ad tstrm. JNO-Wil&p- fefe. 144,-16- v,V Allor n ey&Pa-- ' To-nig-ht 1 N-Y- nnd4.-48710188- j, Bt Bwaas v - , sky-brls- ht Cli'r-enc- mMmsi, 5he DENTIST ,",.', -- ' Ka t Wil-song- Une between 1 Louisville - t - SVlemphis. KerrSt-llempht- er le ?:. g, ...... .,-- T'-R- 3 -- Hu.-iU- Oa,V"-95Slivi- luitl-utlo- n. Cancer reoom-neade- d. 9, k ".BViW-ekly- pr d. o. & s! W. ft. R. Jt s fecm: 1 -. -- -- ." jy d v$ rvn A'i v. X 'v. J - lf , Ui aW - Kthv v&rm aUafctf. MttaVti i., Hk, f V&& titaaitiht m i f RANDOM r a NOTS. , A BIG STORE X Gathered From tho Wopld at Large, There are some young men around town, who, when they get hold of little money, take great delight in exhibiting it to the unsuspecting public A few weeks ago a couple of these young fellows were walking down toward the river when they met'atrlool pretty little maidens, and they "must show their money," A BIG STOCK P And prices that are Way below anything ever offered in Evansville. Now wo wish to say that cheap things, when they are poor things, cost more than good ones. Economy does not- - mean the using of poor things because they are cheap. It means the using oi the very best things, so as to get the very best out of them. Qualities are here. Everything excopt high prices,right in the midst of the largest and they gave the girls about three dollars each, "Just for fun." Now the lunuy part of it is one of the girls refuses to give the money up and declares she is going to keep tt. So much for that much, she ought to keep it. The editor and his wife were walking out in the bright moonlight one evening. Like all editor's wives, she. was of an exceedingly poetic nature, and said to her husdand: "Notice that moon; how bright and calm and brautifull" "Couldn't think oi noticing It," the editor, "for anything less than the usual advertising rates." Campbell, the young woman who made Arbuckle, the codec king, fork over a few thousand of his hard earned dollars, is now dying. It iadallars to grains ol coffee that Arbuckle wishes she had thrown up the sponge before he met Clara V FURNITURE We freely confess our hunger for more. Our reputation is hammered, and sawed and rubbed into ev-. ' Tk ery piece oi Jburmture we sell. "Lion t go to Home witnout seeing the Pope." Don't buy Furniture without seeing our Stock and getting our Prices. We pay freight on all .goods sold out of the city. Business we ever did. . mm ship and alsq&gave up his place on the County Committee. He now makes public a letter in which he expresses his dlsguifjvltli the Democratic party, and iu wich also he openly proclaims his future allegiance to the Republican party. In a letter to A. S. Caldwell, Secretary of the Congressional Committee,' he assigns the following reasons lor his action: "1. The Cleveland admlnlstnu tion has gone farther In the direction of gold monometallism than the Res publican party ever proposed to go. "a. The wing of the Democratic party'whlch favors free and unlimited coinage of silver at a ratio of 16 parts of pure silver to 1 of pure gold is composed of impractlcabletheorists; there ideal is not attainable; and ii it were, to reach it the people would have to pass through another series of panics, more disastrous to the business ol the country than those that followed In the wake of tariff tinkering. "3. Cleveland,s lorclgn policy Is a failure. "4. The Wilson bill has proven an unwise measure, in not providing necessary revenue to run the Govcr-me- nt. "5. I dislike mugwumpery. "6. While I loath lamlly quarrels, Democratic politicians ignored their country's Welfare, and enlisted in war, from ward politicians to national characters. II half they have said of each other be true none oi them should be trusted. "7 My father was a union soldier, and while bearing arms for his country he sickened from exposure and hardships of camp Hie, was left by his companions, who reported him as dead. About six weeks after his regiment was mustered out of the service he arrived home alive, but with not sufficient strength to get in the house. His robust constitution was under-mind- ed and his health gone. Since then his life has been that of a con firmed invalid. Of course he draws a pension. Thehablt some politicians have of criticizing soldiers for drawing pensions always gave me pain when indulged in in my presence." YlOjJrg, AS V A otmE. Nefwis and Weak Hood'a Sarsaparllla Made Him Different Man. 1 Terror of tba Deadly RattlorTi Dlto May Now Abate, A Ceee In Which They Xrort4 XftMttrTh. Itemed? OrtftnaU) Cam. frern - th Dilamn II W. JDUoorered. lodUol-Ilo- w "Bunny" . , wa. . Within a week two Hancock, N. Y., men wcro bltton by rattlesnake and both are yot alive. On Sunday Joseph Donohue brought to this two snakes for James Thomas, who wanted them to ship to a New' York museum, and had a standing LLBW. jtjff mmVLV tmW offer of onodollnreachforall brought) him. Every fow days ho bos turned, In to Thomas a rattler. On Sunday Ifr. W. S. Ztnvy he bet n plug of tobacco against a, Bareia Bprlcp, Ark. potation of ryo whisky that he could bandlo any of Thomas' snakes "I cannot and words In whloh to express without being bitten. A ray Ihankfalnee (or watt Hood's Ban, psrllla baa don tor toy hubaod. He crowd of idlers went around behind rhramatbm Thomas' bottling establishment to' was afoleUd with apptthfy wa and the trip. U loft hU MfTOt see the wager won. Tho snakes were-lytnand his aotloas toua slnnbh, having laxity at tho bottom of a box no llf at all abomt him. lis BMnskd m with a slcvo top. DonohUo thrust phTileal wreck. At Utt h dMldd to Uk Hood's SarnruUla, and alUr UV- his arm In gently and picking up a lnr two bottle h. fell m thou a ka wu ono lifted it out. Tho snake did wU. Hanttnnd taklnf lLand to fat day ha (Mis and look Ilka not offer to bito him. A Different Man. ,' "You can't pick that block follow-Itho corner ot the box out, like Oar hooM i Wnm without Hood's Vsr. Hpaxllla. will not oopl any other that," said Marvin Knight, ono of from our Arazgitt. Hood' BarsafailUa tho bystanders. Donohuo put tho fat snake back and picked up tho reptllo referred cannot ba recommended too WgMy. W to. There was nothing lazy about eheerf oily reoommend Hood' Saraap Till and Hood' I1U." Mas. W. H. this one. He squirmed, and Dono-huo- 's Lnrrr, Box 078, Knreke Bprlnp, Ark. tightening grasp enraged him. Hood'a PlllaeoraeoniUpeUonbrreiterlBf Quick as a flash he struck his fangs Into Donohuc's right hand. The lb perUUlUo actios ol to.mattmenUry euuL' crowd sprang bock as Djnbhue lifted Call on Bullington for a good, easy him and dashed him book Into the shave. vll-labnro-handn X Hood's? Cures her. Missionary Conference has jnst closed at Denver, Colorado, and during the convention appropriated $1,389,720 for missionary purposes. China gets $118,000, India $130,000, Mexico $49,500, Japan $50,800, Italy $33,666, and the remainder is distributed over the earth. box. V The Methodist General "Suck out tho poison," said someDonohue followed tho proffered advice, but InsUod of spitting out the poisoned blood swallowed it. In a few minutes hi- - was taken with violent cramps in the stomach, chest and arms, and was nearly crazy with pain. For an nntldoto ho drank all the whisky that would stay on his stomach. Then ho went to bed, and, in tho course ot a day or two rccov-- , one. K v ...'.. taOBaABeBCISI)! vtvV . Successors to the Armstrong Furniture Co., ' Today? It !ai t fcidly m : s S I. X wit, grit, If you ere week S - m end Ktntr.llr push, pluck, energy, patience, sufferh.uitcd. nerrov., X have no eppHlte m ing and greenbacks to rnn a newspand cuil wotk, Z per. Heaven may furnish the grace, becln it onca tik- Ingihemott rtlla. l .311 ... editor the rest except greenbacks the itrciulbcnlag Z mcdlctne, which li Z KITLI'HUIl NIMUiraS which, please bear in mind, is the one Brown' Iroo Bit Z Nov. a6 John W.Petty.ol Salado, have more to encourage us and less essential above all Itrt. RcneAt cone X The Kentucky Leader, of Lexingto keep the wheels from the very Ant S ' dou. Z ton, and the Hon. O.J. Bronston are to discourage us than at any time in motion. Patrons mustsupply this Texas, is en route lor this place where since the date given. Slack water requisite if they wo'b.ld have a good he will make his future home. Mr. rOBLiailED EVEBY FBIDAY MOHNDIQ S IT CURES having a lively setto at present. Kidney and Liver S navigation is practically assured County paper. Say, don't forget this Petty was iormerly a citizen ol Ohio jj Dyspepsia, AH A. ANDERSON- -. Troubles, county and his many friends here will S O neuralgia, Secretary Carlide spoke on "Our within two years, at farthcrest, and truth. -.-SOGERS)- -. a Constipation, Impure Blood, 2 JO. B. ....Editor. Currency System" at the annual banwelcome him back. ilaiarla, within twelve months. - This perhaps 2 Nervous ailments S Mention in last week's paper of a Women's complaints. 5 .gubsorlptlon, $1.25 por year. quet of the Now York Chamber of will make Hartford the head of navi The new governor, lieutenant govj Get ojr the etnnl.e It hu croued red cofiee mill having been used for 45 Commerce. His speech was another gation on Bough River and she will ernor and railroad commissioners go Unci on the wrapp". Friday, November 29, 189s. 5 years develops'the fact that Mrs. Ann 3 BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE. MO. g forceful presentation Of arguments onca become tint ahinnmo- nninrinr into office December 10. The secre Hurt, of Barrett's Ferry, has a coflee Does it hurt the truth to belied for sound currency and his remarks a vast territory from Rosine to Plea, tary of state, the auditor, attorney mill that has done active service for were frequently applauded. Speeches an t Ridge and from Sulphur Springs general, treasurer, register, superin-tenda00? Tub REronucAN and The Cosmo51 years, and yet bids fair to continue politan Magazine, both one year for Emory to Centertown for all heavy freight. were also made by Mr.Charles of public instruction and to descend as an heirloom in the fam.' Bomb politician think there will be only $1.35 in advance. Smith, Senator 8. C. Barrows and Farther than that, rates on all freight commissioner of agriculture will go ily to the third or fourth generation. 'no Democratic candidate for Presi- others. into office on the first Monday in Janwill be greatly reduced and then Amid the shouts of the congregated dent next year. The U. S. Gov't Hartford will become a general ship- uary 7, and all present officers hold community a heavy loaded wagon The Republican administration on till that time. show Royal Dsklng Powdtr point, both for the export and way of rolled over the new bridge at NarThe greatest obstacle is the paid off the public debt at the rate of ping Maatritr to all otmirs. rows yesterday, and the first free President Cleveland's third term is 8100,000,000 a year. The increase in import trade. The prospects lor the A well known young lady walked bridge across Rough River built en early completion of an electric railhis second term. into a store the other day, says the the debt during Mr. Cleveland's For Sale: One combined saddle tirely by private enterprise was a way from here to some point on the Memphis Commercial: "and on selec00 harness and farm horse; 6 years old. complete job. This bridge is said, by Mrs. GKoribE DuRelle, wife oi term looks like a net loss of C, O. & S. W. Railroad grow more ting a piece of cloth asked what it Por further particulars call on or adto the Treasury through the the new elected Judge of the Court favorable all the while. This enter- was worth 'Four kisses per yard,' competent Judges, to be the strongest, dress Tub Republican, Hartford, Democrats wooden bridge ever built in Ohio at her home in Louis experiment of putting the of Appeals.died prise will prove a very great help to said the polite clerk. The young la"" Ky. tf in full control of the Government, yille last Saturday. Hartford. It will give us quick pas- dy stood abashed for a moment and county, ana win siana lor years a This is the loss up to date, and more monument to the vorkmanshlp of senger connection with the outside then replied that she would take fonr Mr, Joseph Hunter, and to the push is to be hoped that the Ohio in prospect. world, will increase competition to yards. The cloth was cut oS. nicely and energy' of Mr. Fltthugh Renfrew, County Fair Company will The Kentucky Court of Appeals reduce freight rates and will bring an wrapped up and handed to the lair Messrs. Hiram Powers, W. H. Moore, and take a new lease of life. The has just decided a case growiug out influx of capital and uew enterprise purchasnr, who received it with a Marvin Brandon ha taken the John Renfrew, Virgil Renlrow, Joseph Fair is an institution of much value of the proceedings of the City Coun. to the town. The new smile and said: Send the bill around s agency for the American Steam LaunHunter and others contributed largeto the town and county and should be now nearing completion to my grandmother, she will settle it." ly to the wotk, but Fitzbugh Rencil of Paducah that "those present dry, of Princeton, Ky., and will send put upon n permanent footing. as shown by the roll-cal- l or otherwise, and others favorbly spoken of, are 1 goods on Monday and deliver It on frew deserves first rank in favorable when I wanted I used to dance; but Friday. The work is the very best. mention from being the chief promotThere is a growing sentiment in may be counted to make the quorum, sufficient evidence that the wealthy a wife, I went to prayermcetlngif and er of Save your work for him. the scheme andassuming the rethe minds of the people that an officer but if they do not vote they must be citizens ot Hartford are confident that I beat your sort, too. Sam Jones. sponsibility for the completion of the elected to serve them should fiUotU deemed to acquisce or agree in the tho old town is just bordeiing upon Sam Jones has said many good A cosy fireside with your loved job. the term for which he was chosen. action of those who do vote." Thus an era of general and lasting prosperthings and made numerous exact hits ones around you, a big dish ol apples May the good work Mr. Dean, of Breckinridge county, Thepeoplo elected Governor Brads Speaker Reed is vindicated by that ity and growth, but this Is one of his best. Boys, did and another of nuts and Tub Repubgo on. Let the chronio kickers, the ley, and while they consider him high judicial body. you ever stop to think what kind of has purchased the Interests of Messrs. lican are some of the things that will W. H. Moore and Joseph Hunter in everlasting growlers and the cold waworthy of any honor in tho gift of girl makes? help to make your winter evenings at SuuscBiBERa who are in arrears ter pourers get out of the way of the wife the average the saw and, grist mills at Hlnes Mill desirous that ho the country, they are of those creahome very enjoyable. withTiiEltEPUDLiCANand receive ano-tic- e procession. The old town is coming O, deliver me from one and he and Mr. Virgil Renlrow will should serve them as Governor. -tures who has the whirling and hugto that effect, will confer a great with a firm and steady tread. Let us put in a flouring mill immediately. ging idea in her head and enthusiasm Selh Low Is a Busy Man. About 140,000 women In Boston favor on us by sending the amount in all give thanks. in her heels and toes. A you 02 girl Seth Low, besides attending to have had the right to vote for school as wo are needing it very badly at I may wheel and dance nntil her health " hU duties as In that year present. You see while your account OUR TOBACCO MAHKET. Is well-nigColumbia officers Bince 1880. gone and still enjoy it, I due to impure blood and cannot be . col, ne Certainly with the encouraging outhu a,rgaeprInita thev cast 878 votes, and the number is small, several hundred of them Km! but brother, after all she will find the curedwithlocalapplications. Hood's look Bfte.f tsM0 member of the Anyone finding a bracelet with the in 1804 was 8,733. It has remained when put together will amount to a look for the future of Hartford, to giddy waltz a bad thing to die by. aarsapanua nas cured. Hundreds ol i board ofjopld transit commissioners Don't get mad and say gether with the lesson of experience Give me the prayermeeting girl every cases of catarrh because itpurifies the and is active In reform politics, be- - word "Laura" woven on it, will for the women of tho State of Lucy good sum. please leave same at this office. It Stone to clearly indicate that few of you never ordered the paper and learned at such cost in recent years, time. blood and in this way removes the ing now one of the chief negotiators was lust during Pair week. tf desire to use the ballot they "aint goln' to pay for it," outcome will move our citizens to for a reform ticket. But ho also cause of the disease. It also builds them our former tobacco market. There up and pay what you owe. have or extend it. The words of an experienced news- up the nystetu and prevents attacks of finds time to teach a Dible class! isnoreasonwhyhundredsof hogshfads paper man, reported in the Memphis pneumonia, diphtheria and typhoid President Low "attends Rev. Dr. jmorlcan Stoam Laund Some ill advised writers on the subs of tobacco should not be put up in Bulnsford's church, St. Oeorso's, GAttHAMiLTON says in her 'Life Commercial are not very encouraging fever. ; and In the parish house of his church Princeton, Ky. of James G. Blaine" that the break ject continue to mix up the minds of Hartford ever r year, instead of being to those, who aspire to journalistic Hood's Pills become the favorite I he conducts a Bible class which is relation between Blame the people as to the time when the hauled to Owensboro. Does the finest work of any in tho cordial distinction. Said he: cathartic with every on who tries nuenaea oy aoout eu young men. laundry .in Kentucky, The and Harrison was due to the latter'a changes of State officials take place, A tobacco market here would keep "Talk about the ingratitude of reur. ivow is slmplo, Informal and unWalker Blaine The new Governor, Lieutenant Gov thousands of dollars in the town and publics; it cannot compare with that then. 35c. work is all guaranteed, Goods refusal to appoint affected In all ho does, whether ho Is presiding over Columbia college, A western paper tells of a (ellow are not torn up, but are rettinr ' First Assistant Secretary of State; and ernor and Railroad Commissioners go county which now go to Owensboro of the newspapers. The old governt making a political address, or giving Secoffice December l6. The ed in good condition. there is good reason to believe that into We have no fight ment mule, Dan. was ordered shot re- who, ever time he gets on a spree, In and other points. sists on payt 17 a year's subscription oway tl,000,000, ond he carries this Laundry Sbippod on Mon- whatever may bo thought retary of State, the Auditor, Attor- to wage against any other town or cently alter forty years of hard ser she knows, He has already characteristic into his Bible teachney General, Treasurer, Register city, but we do insist upon fighting vice. You notice that there are very to his town piper. of her taste in thus divulging a famiday, on Friday. ing. An efiort few ojd men in the bulslness. There paid to Jantniy 1,1947. Land office, Superintendent of Pub- for Hartford's interests. ly secret. aSrBavo your work for mo. No Doubt About Her Meaning. should be rnaJw- - to' ascertain what lic Instructions and Commissioner of A tobacco market in Hartford is Dana and a few others, perhaps, but Ik this country the deaths from Agriculture all go into office on the would give employment to ' a large they hold positions byvlrtureof their brand ol whUky the fellow Is using , "Ob eer up, old man. A woman's lightning average 225 a year, and the first Monday in January, or January force of idle hands during several investments in the business. A man that it may be more generally put on 'No' often means 'Yes,' you know." Agt. Hartfoiid, Ky. may give the best years pf his Hfe to the market. "liut are didn't say 'No.' When loss of property from the same cause 7, and all present officers hold on till months of the year, would increase I asked her it she would marry me journal with which he is identifithe is $1,550,000 a year. The chances of that .time. Photographer Taylor will make picThat soft, rich, glossy sheen, so she said: 'I will, I don't think,' 1 the trade of our merchants very ed the best years, physically and being killed by lightning during greatly, make money more plentiful, mentally and when he gets a little mnch admired in hair, can be secured didn't even get treated with rex tures in Hartford every Monday and Gov. Stone, Democratic Governor this season is about 1 in 100,000, but iu McIIenry on Tuesdary's. tf spect." Indlanapolla Journal. bv the use of Ayei's HairVigor. All of Missouri, has given up the ghost times easier and give an upward tone old he is turned out. He is not exlessen tho sense of danthis does not requires to the assistance that and tendency to every hoe of busi- actly shot like old Dan but hc-lA fa!k!ngMachlne. ger when a nimbus cloud looms up and says Democracy is doomed to de- ness. That this market should ever 'fired,' which is but little better. 1 make the hair strong, beautiful, and Buoklon'8 Arnica Salvo. tho feat, and the party is beyond hope. and forked flashes play around abundant is sullied by this excellent Tho gramophone, a talking ma-- , The Best Salve in the world for have been allowed to drift away from wish we had some way of pensioning Among other things he says; chine, much simpler and oheaper1 Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt, neighborhood. preparatiou, is Indeed strange. If anyone is the aged journalists, as the Metho thun tbo phonograph, Invented by Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chap"Just three years ago the presiden us of tho Mills tial election was won. The prospects skeptical, upon this point, ho has but dists pension their aged preachers. The following named persons have Dr. Berliner, the famous electrician, ped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all The grand success party, as they will soon be put upon the market. Skin eruptions, and positively cures meeting in Louisville, resulting in of the Democratic been so brightthen to notice the scores of wagon loads of But I suppose they and the poets and paid their subscription to the for tobacco appeared, had not Piles, or no pay required. It is d that have just begun to move the mule will have to be content with since ntu last Issue: I. W. Its records of human speech and of the conversion of over four thousand over thirty yeats. We had won the to give or the manner of their going, Tbete Baker, Render, Sim Smith, Harpord; mualo, It is said, aro indestructible, motey refunded.perfect satisfaction per presidency, both houses of Congress through Hartford to Owensboro. the Price 25 cents souls, emphasizes of Our business meu should look after seems to be no other method oi dis- C, J. McConwell, Spring Uckiy E. T. and can bo cheaply multiplied to on box. FOR SALE BY Williams & fitness of the man for the place to and the governments of indefinite extent by olmplo mechanthe States. We were victorious, hope-m- l this matter to the end, that by next posing of them." Bell. tf Carter, Centettiwii, Preston Render, which ho is called. Avoiding all per ical means. What it has to soy or and confident. Within six months profits of this immense trade Rock port Miss Mary Taylor, Lonls-villsing cou be heard all over an ordinatonalities and abstaining from all creed the party was rent into warring, fac- year the wall Democracy, lie lie niitfnateil Durgess ustln, Beaver Dam; ry-sized lUIl., house. 60 devoid of comYoung men or young women aspirpreferences, he could not help but tions from one ocean to the other. may be turned into the coffers of the SnUNOFiEtD, Iu, , November 34, At the next election, held in 1894, citizens ol our own town and county. plexity Is Its construction that the ing to any vocation in life should B. S. Hills, Vu.Yetde, Col, succeed. Surely no service is so im- we were overthrown in s complete apparatus will cost only always remember that the bottorri); Gov. Altgeld has received the resigWe suggest that the Commercial portant as that of the minister, when ot the States, losing several considerThe Novemuer number olMcCIure's $18, and a smaller edition intended rounds of the ladder of time are filled nation of Judge J. P. Taylor, of properly filled by suitable men, ed reliable Democratic States, and Club tako some action along the lines to overflowing; as Public Administrator ol Magazine, cunt lining th opening for theuseof children will bo sold for room at the top. but there's always having our supremacy threatened in indicated. That's where Dr. ,Would not such a revival once a year others theretofore esteemed impregLincoln, was flvodollarsj chapters ol the f.ife of Jackson County, There Is a very of. for colic, cholera Bell's Anti-Fldo more to advance the cause of chris- nable, The disasters of last year Mr. Jno. P. Coleman, who has story connected with this out of print iu two weeks after publiand diarrhoea stands. It's sold at 35c Juit the Man. tian religion, than a vain attempt were repeated In the elections of the charge ol the Walter A. Wood mow- circumstance. cation, increislng the circulation by and 50c on a guarantee by. Z. Wayne Manager Yes, wo advertised for Griffin & Bro. once a week by incompetent men? present month. Two and a half years ing and reaping machine Co's exhibJudge Taylor was one of the most 44.000 new tubscrlbers. , The first a night watchman. For the sake of both saint and sinner ago we were a compact, disciplined, it at Atlanta, sends the following tel- Influential Democrats in Southern Ill- edition for December will be over we are litApplloant Then I'm just tho ono would not a religious reform as to the victorious partyj t'srm Far Hale qualification of ministers be in order tle better than a disorganized, dis egram to his company at Cincinnati: inois. There have been few political 200,000 copies, a further Increase of Tor the place. The slightest nolso A good improved farm, 16b acres. com C ted discordant mob," published this morning as fights In many years in which he has 35,000, am) 'III contain other chapwill wake mo up. Life, the present time. "Awards for oue mite from the railroad, near follows: Diploma of Honor or Silver not been a participant. Up to last ters In Lincoln's early life with 35 'iwell nourished church and school house. Will Bel) The bodvy Since the financial crash of 1803 Medal to Walter A. Wood Mowing Wednesday he was Chairman of the pictures, )ju- - portraits of 'Lincoln. If your cheap and on easy terms. ' Call on ,V -- Kiness, to t and the ensuing "hard times," the and Reaping Machine Co., ou Reap- Democratic Congressional Committee Ope of the) Lincoln pictures and many tow, Beat Court Bjr.f. TxtMOeud. CM I 'A-v..,aTrr or address, Jno. J, McIIenry Twenty-seconDistrict. On ot tue otuer illustrations nave never j'i" ol the business outlook of Hartford has not ers, Binders, etc. Will write. ). I Hartford, Ky, rillifWtlngly-t.li.tf "J, P, Cowman." that date he resigned the chairman-- 1 before beet published. We been better than it i t lirjmtn . . j 1 141 Stanley .,, . ti tj pin ., v 125 and 127 Main Street, EVANSVILLE, IND. rrprlelr. It takes V work, grace, . ' Hartford Republican V .t - -- -- nt $600,-000,0- j It building-enterprise- V ball-roo- cred almost entirely. John Eaton, a young mau ot about 24, was tho next vlotim. Instead of attempting to suck out tho poison, Eaton foolishly wrapped his hand in, his handkerchief and went to Bleok's, hotel, whero he sat for an hour or two, deaf to all entreaties to doj something for bis wound. Dr. J. B., Drake was called in justasEatonj showed signs of convulsions, and did what he could for blm. Old John! Gcor, a snake tamer, living at Long! Eddy, 10 miles down tho Erie, was' summoned by telegraph, but ho was, sick and sent his remedy by Dr. Stearns, who reached town six hours after Eaton had been bitten. By this, time his arm and hand were swollen-tthree times their normal size, and his arms and breast were covered VI th mottles similar to tboso on the snake's body. Ho became unconscious and remained so for several hours. Gcer's remedy is leaves of violet, common olong-thDelaware river. Dr. Stearns had Eaton chew the leaves, and ha modo a tea of them and had him. drink it hot. Mora ot the leaves' were bound tightly around Eaton's 8rnii below tho elbow, to intercept the flow of blood as much as possible. Eaton recovered. In Long Eddy It is maintained that John Oeer's remedy for rattlet snake bites has never failed of a cure, Willie Peak, a boy ot IiongEddy, wa bitten on the leg a' few days ago, and Old John's violet leaves cured him in a day. Oeer got tho remedy from his grandfather, to whom It was given by a Delaware Indian. Oeer saw a tight between two rattlesnakes once, he says, and both were badly bitten. Ho watohod their movements and saw them d viocrawl to bunches of lets, which they ate. It seemed to rovlve them and they crawled away as lively as before the battle. Oeer eays that the Indians discovered tho remedy in that way. N. Y. Tribune. aplke-lcaved e ld spike-leave- V n k th, reoettedlr. became 9 u ilnmi dlscjuet often follow trifling town's c- Z-b- 3iUers . ooeBtaMMMieiteaHs Reports V Children Cry tor Pitcher's Castorla 1. J-- h """ Children Cry for Pitcher's Oastorla. i V N I returned Marvin Brandon, 8-- N- s nate guar-antee- nt two-thir- ds ei three-fourth- Car-bond- ale, ', ux ' to-d- ay v; d ',!. L , . ,'i 4' -- CK V .JS &L CiSaS best Umcj in the St;Ae, wompeK 1etfJ4'SL rflta atonctfm LMkrMr AWlliou, Proprktor.. yrX A Reads . 11 Spottsvjlle A r.Hoaderjon ETSOsvflle, fpd. jiasicetu, , , 11 53 ii4SP" 12 33 p m js f jo am I'm 1359pm 1 15 43 n m Si P m M. Bvtx. u. H. CTM5 pw rAr Lrobivllle, AYi-A- . I A. Ky. 'ft? r- !' MONEY MORALS Some houses sell ' goods according to the advice the old man gave liis son: "Get Monoy,my boy; get it honestly if you can but get it." Bamboozling tlio Pdbllo may do for a shoit while, but it peters out. Our is tho kiud ot dealing that on durca with time. The Moral Effect of KeHable'Mcrcliamliee at a legitimate profit is ever before u, and is tho Koystono oi our success. Over Thirty Years Without Sickness. Mr. II. Wjkttbteim, a enterprising cltlren of Byron, 111., writes: "Before I paid much attention to regulating tho bowels, I hardly know a well day; but slnco I well-know- Read Tim Rupuiimcan .u.l 1.. uuu nccji informed. --A I Millnery at your own price at Fair-Bros, & Co's, nierctersjraasfi 4T 34 incictments re Awarded turned at the present ' time of the rf ghost Honors World's Fair. Grand Jury. .. I - ..jV wMCttMtftUi 1,1 JgJUW.U-- il Pair nruii.-- A and feathers. Co. want your eggs 5 I Tho merchant who advertises only occasionally should try the same plan in keepin his store ooen. One of the Indications of returning prosperity isi me large amount 01 home advertising In the country papers. Rev. W. W. Hampton assisted by Revs. J. C. Davis and Jo. B. Rogers Is conducting an interesting revival DR' : m& vrti-- See those $8 capes for Bros. & Co's. Comforts 75c. Blankets Fair Bros. & Co's. at 75c. Fairf at learned tho evil results of constipation, and tho ofllcacy of CREAM ! AYER'S Fills, I havo not hod ono day's sickness for over thirty years not ono attack that did not readily yield to this remedy. My wlfo had been, previous to our marriage, an Invalid for years. Blio hod a prejudlco against cathartics, but as roon as sho began to use Aycr's Pills her liealth was We want all the news from your locality every week. Price on Millnery cut halt in two at Fair Bros. & Co's. BAKING MOST PERFECT MADE. A ur Crape Creim of Tartar Powder. Free (re n Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. fou Can't: '"'1 Irs... ror fHOC UO lHr J' - ... ! T' 1. lift. $ . . . at MtZIon. .' j restored." iiTcrta Cathartic Pills Diploma at World's Ukt Aim's h Halma T High-Cla- ss Note GOODS nt lnnrrt prices. the exceedingly loir prices: bo-lo- w Rtttm Stmgtk, lair. Strut wffi Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Baker and Miss Charlotte, Render, were the guests of judge and Mrs. Carson & pay 12 y, centsv Tno, P. Morton yesterday, for eggs. Bring on your eggs. Rev. Jo. B. Rogers will preach at and Now is your chance for a ladles hat Mt. Carmel Church Sunday, being Rev. J. N. Jarnagln's cheap at Fair Bros. & Co's. regular appointments. Services at Hon. R. A. Miller, Owensboro,- is 11 a. m. attendlug court this week. ir Revs. Willis Smith and J. P. Hicks Mr. fi. I) Anderson, Owensboro, is are conducting a revival, meeting at attending court this week. the C. P. Church. There have been Rubber Boots and a full line of no conversions, but the christian Overshoes at Fair Bros. & Co's. spirit is being greatly revived, and Field lost one of his mmch good may be douo yet. Mr. Henry Monarch Jeans Pants, best made, at Fair Bros. & Co's. Co.-wil- l Frankiel 40 YEARS THH STANDARD. i' ' , I I m '' i fi ' notgolngaa wo I ft daughter, We are ' , Congress for a few HESTORINa OIL PAINTINGS. Buln, totals aro not 'years yet; in fact much inter- -,' It la an Easy Matter to Them. Man t N ', ., ' t citedmUflat matter now, .Tbefacliswe heels Oat BkUUd WorVman with Until, TatUaenMulLonr Kiparlniea, Should H Tnu ted with Tho Badly Crack SltapU RoIm tot Otfctn. Uro headSnrcr ,'. t 1 wagon mules last Tuesday night. Pay Tnn Rbpubucam. w We guarantee to save any iarmer money that will come to us for this line, STAPLE ARTICLES. Bed blanVets Bed comforts Sure enough bargains in Bed Overshoes of all kinds at Carson & Blankets at Fair Bros. & Co'o. Co's. Fair Bros. & Co. can sell you a BOOTS AND SHOES. Come to Cnrsoa & Co, for over goodOvercoat atlrom (3.00 to $10.00. good boots'. . ft 35 worth$i 75 Men's 11' M , , 11 ' a as coats. 1 75 Jeans pantsjl corduroy pants $1,50 " best " . . a 60 " a 50 Grade cards at Tns Rspubucam duck coats $125 to 2 at Fair Bros. & " medium fine bootsfa 50 ' 335 Office. Co's. t so Ladies best grain button shoes Duck Leggings, Leather Leggings Come to Carson & Co. for new Warranted not to rip and Mcintosh Coats at Fair Bros. & Ladies glove grain button shoes $1 35 Wraps. ' worth $1 so. J, S. Vaught will feed your horse for Co's. Ladles fine Dongola kid tip shoefi 25 Judge C W. Massie and Judge L.P, 15c per feed. worth $1 56. Little, Owensboro, have been In totfn Children's coarse shoes so, 65, 7S.90C J. S. Vaught will feed your horse this week, Ladies coarse shoes . 90c to $1 35 for 50c per day. $1 35 Old ladles lace shoes Mrs. Ann Ruckcr, of color, died at Children's button shoes 75c to $ I 25 The best boots and the lowest prices her home In Haytl Saturday night, at Carson & Co's. aged 104 years. None sell boots and shoes like Fair Six pair of men's high top oil grain Bros. & Co's. Boots, sizes 6 and 7, worth $3.50 for Ladles and chlldreug mittens at $200 at Fair Bros. & Co's. Fair Bros. & Co's. Embroidery Silk, Wash Silk, Fild .. . L A good cooking stove for sale. Call on C. R. Martin. .1 X ( II the No house county can sell you 1 White llnsey Colored llnsey Good flannel isandaoc We can show you a nice line of Good Water proof 54IU 50c overcoats. Carson & Co. '' cheap at 75c J Good cottonflanuel5.7tf.8tf .lo.iatfc Remember that Field & Holbrook 5c bus will meet Cate yam per,bank all day trains. 35c Cate jeans 10 and Good cotton ?eans We want a good correspondent at Good cheviots S'4e worth 10c every place in Ohio connty. 20c Turkey red table lluen . aoc Table oil cloth For all kinds of repairs in the jewelry line, call on C R. Martin. in, E. L. Bullington is prepared to give you. a quick, easy and close Jet points and jet trimmings of all 75c kinds at Carson & Co's. 75c Hon. W. T. Hills, Owensboro, has 25c been in town this week. 30c Silk, Crochet Silk, all shades for fancy work, at Fair Bros & Co's. Marriage license: S. II. Likens to Anny Mills, las. A. Hoops to Ora Stewart, Jo. B. Robers to Annie D. Chinn. Thankglvings services were held at the C. P. Church yesterday. Rev. J. S. Chandler preached an interesting sermon. The case of L. C Duke vs. D. M. Hocker, which came up lor trial Tuesday, the demurrer to the petition was overrated. ... .... iac 1 these, goods cheaper than us. Wo positively can save you money. DRESS GOODS & OLOAES. 35c lor 361n all wool serge worth 40c " 90c " 65c " soln " " toe ' s6in henrletta, all shades . 25c 65c " 4oln figured Mack goods, very stylish. 65c for plaid woolcuj, wry stylish for waists 32in wool finish satines . . . ratf c Trimmings, such as Jet, Silks, Velvets, Buttons to match our entire line. JACKETS AND OLOAES. A T ft- - V, The style In cloaks will be short, AN. while capes going to be very popular. We would call attention to the 'ad" Monday night a severe wind storm of J. E. Hoeing &Co., of Evansville. Our entire line will be in Satutday. Can furnish capes for fi 50 to $iv 00, passed over this section. No damage They are extensive dealers In their Cloaks, $2 50 to $15 00. Visit us for Is reported from this county, but a line and recognize the excellent fitthe latest. great deal of damage was done in the ness of Tub Republican as an adverState. tising medium. When in EvansLITTLE THINGS. Gov, Brown has appointed Mr. Ben ville giye them a call, or write to' Ladlas ribbed vest 20c D. Rlngo as a member of the State them for anything you need- - in their Misses corsets 25c Board ot Equalization, which he reline. . 15c signed to make the race tor RepresenBeltbuckles Messrs. Field &. Holbrook lost a Belting 35c tative. Judge and valuable horse Monday. Side combs Se Remember that Field & Holbrook Mrs. Jno. P. Morton were on their . locdoz Shell hair pins meets all day trains, and they also way to the funeral of Miss Una StevNew stampede linens keep a first class Livery Stable. ens beyond Beaver Dam, and had New zelphry yarns, , Don't hitch your horse outside In the stopped in front of Hunt, Stewart & New saxony yarns, Co's store at Beaver Dam, when the New kid gloves, all leading shades $t cold but put him in their stable. horse was taken suddenly sick and New handkerchiefjr' '(. , . 5c to 25c Col. S. R.Dent.ol the United States tell dead. New large button Life Insurance Company, has been in . . 5c to 25c New embroiderU' the couuty this week set ling the Vheap i:xcnrlon Itntatulloi Nprliig. Misses yam mi 15c claim on the death of Mr Ellis TayExcursion tickets will be sold to Ladies yarn m 25c lor, who was insured in his company. Hot Springs, Ark. and return by the Ladies;crochet...,.d'skirts . 25 C, O. & S. W. R. R. at rate of one We have just received a new shipLadies woolen skirts . . . . . i 00 ment of stationery, and are prepared fare for the round trip plus $2.00 on Ladles black hose . 5c to glvo you the very best work lor December 28th and 29th, limited for 10c Ladles fleeced hose call return until January 10th. black fleeced hose 20 to 40c very little money. Give us a Ladles best This rate has been made for the when in need ot any kind of printMen's home knit box . , , 20 to 25c convenience of members attending ing. . 20 to 25c Men's cashmere box meeting of the Southern Educational Messrs. V. G. Barnett.W. II.Mauzy Feather boa's, very stylish . . $1 00 Association, but tickets will be sold and Rowan Holbrook have returned to the general public tinder the same from a hunting trip to Mississippi. conditions. They report much game' and plenty of fun, but failed to bring either home rilUeu Yenra Younger. with them. "I. was Buflering with a. stomach which has afflicted me for the wo Some needed improvements are trouble life going on in Hartford this week. past fifteen years and at times would be a burden to me. I saw so New stepping stones are being put iu many statements of cures by Hood's1 of. some of the most impor tant crossSarsaparilla that I thought I would good work go on until ings. Let the try It, After I had Vfben taklK Jt all the crossings are fixed up. that tired JeKtlg'Ieicraeand I feel Miss Una Stevens died at the homa fifteen years younger I have been of her father, Mr. W. lu better health for the past two years Beaver Dam, last Sunday evening than at any time since I can remempatron-- 1 ot a complication of diseases, She' ber." W. h. YxtohKV, ffirkland Ky. was sick but a few day and her death Hood's Pills cure indl wstiou, bit'. ob- was a severe shock to her many lousness.N ftlends. She was ust entering Into wotnahood, and would have become a The numerous cures oi rheumatism brlde,ln a few more weeks. Her beer, by the use of the old stasdard family are prostrated trothed and her Ayers Sarsaparilla, show CO wlthgrlei, Funeral services were conclusively that it Is an effective conducted by Rev. G. Tfctf Tuesremedy, is not Indeed the specific, for day and tae remains wflutrrcd in Hertford this most painful and 1 persistent of tue MDeny offTatShi on.6 Republican ourying gjsrtaa mto maladies. What has cured others extends tM&tolence n the bereaved ones, will also care you. j Begin now to think ot What to give your friends Xmas Ealr Bios. & Co. have a handsome line of Satins from which youcan make suitable presents. shave. A. D. C R. Martin the jeweler, keeps all will give Taylor, the photographer, one nice Picture Frame, Mat, kinds of wedding presents constantly and Glass with each one dozen cabion hand. net photos from now until Jan. 1, '96. C. R. Martin, the and It will be a nice Christmas present hustling jeweler, Is prepared to do all for your friends. kinds ot repairing on short notice. Mr. Oscar Bishop, of Centertown, The farmers who come to Hartford invariably look up the merchants has been appointed as Deputy County Clerk and is now acting in that cawho advertise with whom to trade. pacity. He is a bright energetic We lead them alt in clothing, dress young man and is a wise selection on ' goods, millinery goods, funiture and the part of County Clerk Hocker. groceries. Carson & Co Rev. WUUs Smith conducted GenCall on C. R. Martin for anything eral Exercises at the College, last Frineeded in the jewelry line. Quick day' morning. Dr. Alexander had sales and small profits make trade extended an Invitation to the Court brisk. and Juries to be present and a large II you have a few idle moments number were on hand, Bro. Smith each week, you can put in the time made an excellent talk, which was very profitably by writing the news well received by the school and visitfrom your locality to Tub RBrnnuc- - ors. wide-awa- .... ..... .t ... Our stock contains many other bargains cannot which mention here. These goods been have bought for the Cash and will be sold at low cash prices. We solicit your age and will do all in our gower to tain it. blood-purifi- FAIR BROS. & Sempla"" different .treatment for each . It requires tho skilled "$F4 workman of brains, patience and ; V-'A-J longexperidhce furthermore,a profound reverence for tho preservation V J7 of tbo flno arts. A great many f A large and appreciative audience pointings have been ruined and are ' greeted Rev. Carter Hclmjoaes at the I rerulnea every day by Baptist. Church last night and everystorers and Ignorant laymen, oven one speaks in glowing terms of Bro. the artist of merit sometimes comJones as an orator and leturer. The pletely ruining old paintings by young ladles and gentlemen are re- cleaning too much, and careless varWe didn't come here ceiving much praise for securing nishing. Never has thero been such interest taken in the portraits of to Jeave,butwecamo such an able man to address our peoour ancestors and paintings of hisple. .to hustle and that. Is toric interest as at present. IlF.ltA. Tho painting to be treated should our front and back . Mr. and Mrs. Rone Dodson, Bells bo carefully examined and if cracked Ward badly it should certainly be given to Run, visited Mrs. Elizabeth name. If you want some restorer of reputation. If not, last Friday and Saturday. . . f? ' V' Quick, Nice, Cheap Miss Alberta Greer, of this place, and tho subject only needs brightJob. Work done, who is attending school at Hartford, ening up, carry out tho following rules: Take the painting out ot the visited her parents last Snnday. " ' come direct to THE ; ' on back as Miss Emma Park, of Clear Run, is framo nnqj;roperly dust well ns face; if the canvas is 'slack It visiting her sister, Mai. J.L. Elmore. may bo tightened by the keys In the "REPUBLICAN OFFICEI r , ' Mrs. R. P. Bennejjjls improving. . corners of the stretcher frame; then Mr. W. Q. Park, who has been take a soft clean sponge, some lukesuffering with rheumatism foahe warm water and pure castllo soap or j a sllco of rcw potato and wash carefpast week, Is able to be out again. The severe wind storm of Monday ully- until tho dirt Is all removed. night did considerable damage to Wben dry, wipe wltb an old soft !?.pleco of linen. Tho varnish must be farmers of this vicinity. the best mas Mo picture varnish and m m ft should bo used with a great dealif BEAVER DAM. ; v discretion. If the painting treated has never been varnished it can bo Prof. B. C. Scott has returned from used full strength; If there is a boSy his visit to his home and ' has taken of varnish on it and simply needs reviving, dilute the varnish with one-ha-lf charge of his class again. spirits of turpentine. The work Mrs. J. H. Barnes entertained a should bo done in a warm room after We buy In bigger few young folks Friday night in hontho painting Is thoroughly dry and or of her brother, Mr. Frank Eblln, ot with a riof t flat bristle brush, about Job Lots than ev Louisville. two Inches wide, made for the purer. If you need Mrs. Elizabeth Gray has returned pose. Apply tho varnish rapidly from a continued visit to relatives in 'with a full bush and be careful It anything printed does not run; then hold to the heat Morganfield and Owensbor. from tie size of a Quite a number called to see Miss of a stove or radiator for a minute until the varnish sets, and place Virgie Hocker Sunday evening, visiting card to against the wall face in, so that no Mrs. A. V. Thompson and sons dust can got at It. In ten or twelve that of, a wagon have returned to their home, in Louis- hours the varnish will be dry enough cover, wo do the ville. and tho picture may be replaced In ' Miss Mollie Duncan, Morganfield, its frame. Paintings should bo work for you.Com is visiting relatives in town, cleaned and varnished every five or petition has nover Miss Ella McBeath, LeitcMcld, is six years to keep them In a proper back with her class, ifter a long ab- state of preservation. If badly discovered, us bei cracked by Injudicious varnishing sence. the greater portion should be re' ,i s cause wo Col. S. R. Dent, Leitchfield, is in movednever all, as it destroys the j town. tone. This work should be done The O.H. T. Society will entertain only by the most experienced and the R. E. G's HAVE-NON- E skilled restorer, and never entrusted Miss Lester Hays returned to her to tho quack who may apply the home in Kockport Wednesday. fatal alcohol and remove the delicate , ' The R. E. G's entertained Thanks- finishing touohes that all paintings possess, with the varnish; once re-Job Printing- - is our name. ' . giving evening. moved they can never bo replooed as Notes will be given. In the next let.Don'jtlet 'era bullyrag you,- before. This treatment Is most Imter. portant In restoration ot old paintbut cpmoto j headquarters Miss Noka Waddle, Morgantown is ings, and should always be done "where they-aralways busy. Visiting friends in town. skill and reveronoe. . wltb thegreatest ' "i ' '' .' Prof. E. R. Ray moved Into his new A word In regard to transferring Our big sigh will show you. and rclinlng paintings. All canresidence this week, t Wo are across the, street Mr. J. R. Taylor and wife took vases when old got very tender and tho paint dry and brittle, therefore Thanksgiving dinner with their son, from Capt. Cox's new house. tho subject should be rollned or Mr. Fred Taylor. backed with a new canvas to i Miss Nettie Rogers has quit school strengthen It. " to finish the school f Miss Susie , The process of relining and trans- ' Stewart, owing to sickness. ferrlng is a secret known to but a Attyb. few thoroughly trustworthy and ,1 . competent- - men who have served an .,1 , It bflUcted with scalp diseases, hair apprenticeship In the trado. Transfalling out, and premature baldness, ferring is tho last expedient, and, . only means, whereby a painting 'i do not use grease or alcoholic prepa-ratiothat but apply Hall's 'JIair Renew-e- r. either on canvas or wood,which has SAM A, ANDERSON, Prop'r. the lost its vitality or from palut is falling, may be saved. This process is very slow and requires Mr. Charley Hal), of Paducah, and the. greatest skill and experience, Miss Annie Fulktrson; were married i nd is, tbereforo, expensive. Old at the Commetclal Hpte), yesterday paintings of great value, or thoso of ",' less merit, should bo guarded careby Rev J. P. Hicks. U fully and attended to before destrucii'iiy fUpon tion has actually begun its work., 4 New Mining Sanity Lamp. A.Hcw Bmldsenc or tlnoolnnaai Of South leaver Darn school, pistrlct ' Ladles' Home Journal. Br. w A safety lamp fprmlnp operating No. no, tor the school month ending Captalnjohrt" Lamar, who was a upon a' peculiar principle, Is being Railways of India. November 15, 1895: very small, boy in. ono pftlaie. families used In Oermauy. The lamp Is not The dlreotor general of railways In 99, Ora Maddox 99, where Lincoln' was jrellknewn, gave closed In any special way, like other Dlantori Coleman 99, Maud Maddox98, our representative soma very Intereslamps. It matters "very little India reports that some forty-flv- o different railway projects havo re- Nora Thelnea 97, Calvin Hocker 97, ting reminiscences. disre"He told meo? whether or not the workman, garding the regulations of tho mine, cently been approved by tho govern- EmmaTheines 97, Harry thelrjes.ge, riding to mUl with his father OIHe Taylor 97, Jessie Maddox 96, very hot day. As. they covcateajf' succeeds In opening the lamp,1 for ment and are now In coursq of conthere is a special arrangement by struction. Tho various linos will, Fred Hocker 96, Claude Austin. 96, the hot road they saw a boy sitting on when completed, aggregate. 0,163, means of, which the Homo is extinHob Taylor 95, Annie. Dexter 94, the top rail of an old, fashioned stake guished at tho same instant. In tho nines 01 rauway. too privata en- Mamie Stevens 93, Nomle Stevens9j, and rider worm fence. When they terprise aro encouraged by certa'ln interior of tho lamp glass is a spring, concessions from the government, Katie Herman 93, Ida Herman 93, came close they saw that the boy was wrilnK la AnmnMliail nrfian tYin tinnaH Tommle Austin 93, George Austln63, reading and had not noticed their ap piece is screwed down, and which, hyohw free use of land and provision Andue Dexter 9, Morbra Austin 92, proach, His father, turning to him, roU.ta?,tocH enables a cap to operate upon tha Mattle Miles 9a, r,tllle Austin 90, said: 'John look at that boy yonder, Hi winmwsion, wmen nas investigated wick in auca a manner as 10 shift osldo, facllltatlnij the lighting of the mo vuu resources ut jnuiu, nas re- Minnie Maddox 90, Ethel Dexter 89, and mark my words, he will make a ported that 60,000 miles of railway Ellis Smith 89, filbert Oglesby 88, smart man out of himself. I may' lamp, and afterwards the combus tion. When the spring Is worked In i aro needed In India to develop the Otha Dexter 88, Tim Austin 8$, not see it, but you'll see if my words tbo contrary direction, tbecapagaln resources of tho country. Tasslo Oglesby 86, Lulte Wells 85, don't come true.' The boy was Abraoperates upon the wick, endthoflama Nannie Austin 83, ham Lincoln." Pasteur'a Will. ceaes the moment tho cap comes In 4This grade is based ori punctuality The will of M. Pasteur, according contact with tho air. The lamp can " Always Wo and dally recltaHonsJhregardlesa of At breaktast, dinner andIt," bo Ugh tod without being oponedJ to Jfaris papers, reads as follows; supper, Oil, benzine or petroleum 'can bo "This is my testament. I leave to luegraaein wnipi ;tne pupils' are At teas or at lunch, my wlfo all that the law allows mo classed. $K?siW MADbOx, used as fuel. At times wben drinking bcreidge. to leave ber. May my children never Teacher. At momenta when you mnnch, What She Meant depart from the path of duty, and To satisfy your apetite, Mr. Pe Rich WhatT Another always, have for their mother that Rev. Wm. Berry, a blind Baptist The labor you won't shirk, new street dress? Where ls.the last loTfl which she deserves." preacher, living near Beaver Drm.lost For tisn't hard when dressed up, one you got? a She walking cane between Hartford In our lovely laundry work. ' Low Half., Mrs. Do Rich I have worn it out. American Steam Launsxy,. "It Isn't a week since you got it." On account the Inauguration of and HeflijT about August the 'roth, Gov. Bradley, will sell round trip tick- JJrp,' JDerry 'priiea, the. cane, very M. I. Bxandok, Agt, Hartford "I woro it out last Thursday," m ets on December 8th and 9th for $5,50 k'gWv sod whoever found, same wilj N.Y. Weekly. Children Cry ttood to return till December lath '95, plme leave ItaJ this pfllceand It will Wbynol Io py your nl & II. MrtiiBicr, Agt, n bacrlpliow. brstnt to him. tf CMtftri pain tin Mr. Jo B. Rogers, Sr,, and Miss Annie Chinn were married at the home of the bride, Mr. Jno. Chinn, near'Beaver TheV are both pop Dam yesterday. ular young people and qtand high in their community. Tim RJtrUDMCAN join their many friends in wishing for them a long and happy life. The treatment of old paintings is 11 matter of very great importance and worthy of long study. Artists vary in tho seleotiohof their grounds and methods,- necessitating, tbero-Jor' - J A ' . inJOB PMNTINa andjit takes' all onr time To (hustle out ; 1 o, NeitfreiftGa'h YOU 4 ' 11 ; k Ii P Down UsI v i it. ! , AS"" :TW;u-- -. Job Printers We Leadl 41 . ' n ' ' ! The Hartford Republican ' na, , 1 Mettle-Maddo- x Jf " tT8PV"toy 1 -- . - . n pftoJw'e to K l L 1 A x 1 x .. Infca v n fe '"'J' V nr" boy was seized r- 'N Egjfd Kepjitblicfan J." l ! - VES. "ipT Cotf Jifc. it . A wnicn-anothe- J I '; Anywnoroana tuvory- TfOuntr Powell is the son ot thawa' whorqand af Ail James Powell, for many yeattfjl 5irao8. trusted superintendeh Jot theReWJs I Toiyj touipariy. ills phyiis : mu hope that L wmv6ver, The Court of Appeals renderedade-clslo- n husband appeared, staggering under a Last night It was reported tlitthe a lew day since which is a full market basket laden with holiday fare end was near. fllenddrson 'QUhrnl. amfyalr approval of the famous 'Reed "Oh, AlpheffiSTmy heart ft broken!" " rules" for counting n quorum for a ho walled., 'TVhat will yJur mother mil iiuniva ?. " ' Oldneantp nlin iTntitSrXTnwi 'legislative body. The circumstances ayr TBot, you kjttorr,' you hare been ao regulate the bowels and",afcfHl were these: The city council of pwfad of your cookery f doubtless you' And the true tfiogWTti 'lectrid jpit- held a meeting for the election cflHpreparaainne'rvowhtU-'nottttlhtu-lat- e 'of a city attorney; the vote stood: "But I only told tanra how to do It," tera. This medicine dot' and Contains no whiA? nofdther Wheeler, 6: Husbands. 5; Thomas, 1 sobbed nls'Hrtle.-"Why was I ever' Intoxicant, but acts as a nJc an1 Mi After several ballots had becn taken bornr Mr. Imb-opTthe with like results a motion was made 7 caa'tfalp 'suggested'making bls- j-j ternatlve. It acta m Wh. "Igaifaraou for stomache and bowels. nlingstrfcllth and carried to drop thehindmost man cult Is samp, and I once made coffee bnrans, there-- i altWthe Uext ball6t. To ballots r 'man drank. He wa and trlvlnir tone to thr by aiding Nature in the! periotiiadce "were taken, and on every ballot Thom ofthefunctlcns. Wile DlttbWls as' man stuck to him, notwithstanding he having been dropped. The an excellentappetlzeand aids atfefc tlon. oid'eore And It just exactly inay6t ruled that the vote could not what theyoerid. Price City cent per f be counted and nhat Wheeler was bottle at ' "Williams & Bells iDrhg elected, the voTo Btandlng Wheelei, clgarettej occasion had fallenf llrs. LambMh bad Repaired heY matronly tlllo. All the relatives onl , both aide ot the houso had been in' ?"twd to dlno With the young pair, and all had accepted. Consequently, It was unfortunate that ihe cook had, thotl morning, deolded that ahe "couldn't! abide no such dolnfiV and taken n trlJ wnphatat leave. time It. was ThanksglTlniri and the flrttf tht joyous young Rules, Onco So Odious, Are Approved By the piteously for clgarctt- lie lylll Highest Court of seize anlhidg he'entrge h harfds Kentucky on, and under the delusn thabls A- with end came. The a fit and Jiad to be takeftjpand put tobedi ''Tkescflrsw5rerecnrr ring at constantly dccreslng )nler vals. While in their U&ea he, "pega SPEAKER REED'S. MMMesJkiPli yssssft&xagg cawBftyavM. si Lafl prayers have been graned, Wjlfep through all the motions ol smokle mt K. ) nanmsawaanaaainnni ,Tlio Bottor ThttgUtProvails JJm)1xs3xssANJ5xiNs for Infants nmi Children. svllc4 J&ZzVjrs? ' 1 1 IWI 171 ho OTHERS, Do You Know many Batman's liraps, Oqfrcy's Vow Cardlsl, Soothing-- Syrups, ailil mmt remedial for children arc corapoccJ of opium or tnorphlns? thatnde, poisons 1 t Knnw (hit opium and niorphlne are ttu ptfylne narcotic Comes soon to all who employ the helpful services of M'i Wo Von ICtiovr that In most countries druggists nio not permitted la sell narcotics without labeling' them poisons t Wo Yon Know that you should not permit any nieJIdoe to b given your child, unless you or your physician know of what tt Is composed I Wo Von irtiovr that Caitorla is a purely vegetable preparation, and thai Its Ingredients is published with every bottle t list of; Pa-du- Clairette The N. x Wo Von Know that Cattorla Is the prescription of Ilia famous D Samuel Mtcher Yhst It baa been in use for nearly thirty years, and that more Caitorla Is now sold than ' ofall other remedies for children OMnblncdr that the ratent Office Department of the United States, and of othcrcountrles, have issued exclusive right to Dr. Pitcher and his assigns to use the word " Cotorln" and Its formula, and that to Imitate them Is a slate prison offense I , Wo Vim Know that ont of the reasons for, granting this government protection was because CostorUhsd been proven to be absolutely linnulcsa? iy Doc the wcrk nnleker. does It better, lasts longer. once, bow every wutre. jkisaeoniyoy soar - St. Bectn its use at I Falrbank Company, Loulp. Wo Von Know A Wo Vou Know that cents, or one cent a dose 33 nvcrnjro doses of Caitorla are furnished for 3 ' I id see my1 'Ulster at the time. (IThorTl overlook things, anyhow." J "Alneus? la your indther the woman 1 JS't Tins Tunsrr bosk ytt V c$ng mta- - Ekw c i I ' . i 4' k Along tho Hot SeasNora rherself. , Sands of Japan. J J'lTo other vege&biea are necesaary The liveliest passenger on bftard t remarked Mrs. Lambkin. "I I once Teld that cold alaw and canned toma-- '. tbe steamer City of PekinirHwBs toes were unwholesome anyhow." Humphrey KefidrlcV, of Los 'An : , 'Nobody wants more than turkey; geiea, says incoauxiraiiciscoviiTuu ( mth Jelly and potatoes," remarked her tele. When the tug Mlllen Griffiths husband, sagely. ,Then there's wedding cake and came alongside the mall dock with t the five passengers from the Peking a.U. .,...11 A 4...1.. V( ""We shall. I will entertain 4nr Inherfcabln, Konaxick boundcrl'but and w03 on tho pier' in a twlnKlTrfg, - guests while you finish." "And put on the best china with the not waiting for a gangplank' He . prettiest linen. I only wish Laura had just returned from Japan a could see the dinner." he- - loves, because? a country ' At a quarter past seven, Hr. Lambkin fevr y&rathat it'completely cured ago 'cautiously opened the kitchen door, him of paralysis when that dfs&se ! flailing his wife kneeling by he store. ?' "Isn't tho turkey done yet," ha had disabled him so that hlwas forced to walk on crutches. t. hiiarded, "they are all a little When Kcndrlck found that bftbM Mother says; though, she never Jkn6w anypne before wad could cook a lost control of his limbs he deter-- ' (big dinner with no odor In the house." mined to spend all the money hc'hfcd "Alpheus, that turkey will neTer bo to get relief. It was easy enough to donel" tell what had brought tho paralysis ' "The man cold it was tender." upon him, for tbe first stroke ;ame ' forgot to light soon "I know, but but I after he hod a bad tumble on fire In the store." jtny horseback. The animal fell lnlsuch Thanksgiving day .was memorThat a, way as to catchKendrick squarely able In the annals of the Lambkin Ifamlly as the one on which they dined beneath it, severely wrenchln&and upon cheese, crackers and cranberry straining his spine. The wdcdbr 'jelly. From that day1 also dated his was that his back was not brbkeh. (mother's habt of referring to her son It was much more difficult toHell 'as Joor'Alpheu's." what would cure him. Hundreds of E&ISjL Abmstbo.-to-. doctors tried in vain. ' KOT PROVITtlJD FOB. Kendrick found that he was much better in hot weather, and thlf led him to go to the Hawaiian islands, . jV, i where the weather was much wairiner all the year round. H,e was so fa'u6h better-tb.er- e when it was hot th&tihe conbluded"'togo4o a" still warmer place. Somebody told him thatUae south coast of Japan in summer tftas the hottest place not ruled by He concluded to go there. For many months duringtitho hottest ot hot summers KenQriok engaged in a most unique att4mt to regain hla health. For days! Ufa time ho would He positively stripped to the skin in ,the hot sand ohHhe seashore of Japan. He got srfthkt he rather liked It As the Mats passed he kept getting better. Then Twickenham Don't you think our Thanksgiving dinner will be a great he took to seeking exercise. A donkey was secured, and Kendrick, eubctxa? stark naked, would ride" tho animal Mrs. Twickenham I am afraid not. up and down tbe beach; It wfts'al-mo- st Why not? ' Mrs. Twickenham Not one of tho too hot for the beast, butEen-dric- k .meat you Invited knows how to carve. did not seem to mind Itli-A.Brooklyn Life. for the natives, they were disposed , Heasooable. to overlook little lapses ot this kind, ' The most conclusive test that we' and trot quite used' to tho stout bf know the significance ot a word Is our the Los Angeles man without, ability to use it in Its proper connection. ''Tommy," said, the teacher, ,"do you clothes. Tho result of it all was complete (know what the' word 'foresight'' recovery. Kendrick came baclc feelmeans?" ing like a schoolboy and as Infatu"Yes'm." ated with the country ot the Japs as "Con you give me an Illustration?" SirklwiunAxnoldrHcrgoes'to Japan "YcsW Ride-Nake- TJmother, who was to regulate their liver orcure constipation and biliousness, Dr. Bell' (Tiny Tonic Tablets is what they must fhve I 'Hcwevexjby five d"fclock- - dinner ww They cure and you never fceltit tAti tie matters had progfressed fairly Purely vegetable. 35c a via!iZV wlLThe"turkey,(biiiiwh'atBeckedwlth Wayne Griffin & Bro. 'feathers, was In the orenj the potatoes ' (.we're on and b quantity of cranberry (j Jelly hadarrlred fromJrs.Xambkln' KENDRICK'S PARALYSIS CURE. er daughter-in-law'- s 'jtoJoTerlopJt 'taMs?" "And Alpheua waa silent. 6; Hushnnds, 5. An' appeal was from the mayor's decision, and 1 "llon enre nil Skin Dlsensir.f the vote was a tie, 6 and 6, and,; the Simply apply "Swayne's 'Olht-men- mayor then voted "aye," sustaining) No Internal medicine feqnir ed. Cures tetter eczema, ltcl( al , himself. Wheeler assumed the office eruptions bit the" Wee, nose, &cileav duties. ing the skin clear, white and healthy The Comm6nwealth brought suit Its great healing and curative powers against Wheeler for usurpation of of-are possessed by no other reMedy. Gee The court below held that Ask yotlr j druggist"' for SwAVwfe's Wliceler was not duly elected, and IsOmritKNT. 34 fyr,' sued a writ of ouster. Upon appeal Remember E. L. BulHngton Is the the Court of Appeals held that the vote given for Thomas after he was best barber in the State. dropped was illegal, and now comes Wheneyer the little children, the la- the decision, sustaining the "Reed dies or the big men want something rules'." Here It Is: Store. tak-k- en Wo Von Knowlhatwhcnpossciscdofthls be kept well, and that you may have unbroken rest? perfect preraralloa,rcmrchlldrenntar GJVEN An glegant il AWAY It Well, tlicnc Itilng are worth knowlofr. Tiiey are facts. t" X Tlio fiic-lnil- l3 Htgnotnr ilf C&a&jfT&ZZ&it honeverr wrnprter.' Uphostered- JBfctosyVjjcihogdny ?arlor gait. Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. "Bread is the Staff of Me," THEREFORB : QOOD, LA 1 111 and unable to come' d "Those presents, as shown by the rollcall or otherwise may be counted to make the quorum, b&t if they do not vote they must be deemed to acquiesce in the action of those who do vote. (Conley's Const Limitations, sixth edltloni p. 748, n ) The decidi 'weightof authority id to the effect that a majority of all those voting, and a quorum'is in fact present." The decision was' rendered by Judge Hazelrlgg, and "concurred in by the while court. When the children drink bad water and eat too much green fruit, or have the stomachache or diarrhoea lrotu any cause1, yoU needn't be alarmed about them. If you vill get a 25c or kocbottle of Dr. Bell's AntisKlux they"willl3e'a play in half hour after tne nrst dose. Z. 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ON- - stop and think "we cannot run" on such "promises." It takes Your account may be money. small, but several of them added together amounts to ' something. How About Your Account? p.L ,25 ONE YEAR Returning prosperity will make many rich, but no where can they make so much within a short tune as by succetsful (speculation in "jrain, rrovie ion and Stock, SI f OfTISS Investments. (The regular subscription price of the two papers is 82.25) Subscriptions may begin at any time. $iO.L FOR EACH DOLLAR Invostod can bo madlo by Systematic Plan of Speculation our saw . n Address all orders to tho s - i "LosTnlgb't my mamma tolSlfie doo-te- r he might as well coll round and ee mo "rhahksglvlngTilgKt." Washington Btar. Atklof Too Mnclb Mr. Taleman (traglcallyl My darling, won't you name tho day 'for our marriage? I shall be utterly wretched until I can call you my own. Bhe Wy well. Boy Thanksgiving day. ilf. Yaleman Greot Scott, girl I are you crary? That's foootbaU dayl Judge. "Touy'drfab.' evgryylaKf "Pa Sitting Bull as a General. you know," said an army officer, "that if Sitting Dull, the old Slour chief, hod been a white man, ho would have been called a general? In fact, he was a great natural soldier a sort of Napoleon. "Sitting Bull was not a regular chief; that Is, he wasn't a war ohlef. He was a medicine man; what the Indians call a medicine chief. Gut ho had great natural capacity as a VTlta Bibr w alek, Ve tn.it htr CistorU. h unid she VAs a Cbttl, she tried for CsstorU. Wiia she beotma Itiao, she clung to CutorU. TTbM sb UA CbUdrto, rt thtm OutorU. fierelt ol reason, toamlng at the mouth, snapping and snarling at bis attendants, Robert PowelMiea at the home ol his widowed uiothef, onFlrst street, a victlmorth'ederfdlyclgurette". The youngtnan U 17 years" old and until recently had been a' atodentat the High School! Powell was anlncessant (smdkfcr of the poisonous, paperwrnppcd Httltf pests. Sometimes, it is saldl he consumed scveral'boxes 6f cigarettco in a day. Ills system has been gradually undermined, hjs constitution shatter Some days Bgo.thcbeglbnlvg pf tb$ file Vniat Cigarette. commander. Hfs surprise and cutting oft of Ouster would have been called a great achievement If a white general had in.some way performed the feat. It Is slgnlflcant ot Indian character that Sitting Bull would never 'tell tbe story of the fight at all; wouldn't say a word about it, although I suppose the question watt put to him a thousand times by all sorts of peopledWashington Post. The Fashionable Shi. The newest and lateat and most fashionable shoo la tho enameled leather upper, with a medium pointed tip. Patent leathers are going out of style, and tbe toothpick toe is on tho run to obscurity. A calf aboe outwears any other, but there Is theeverlastlng.trouble and annoyance of having lr blackened every day or twjco a day, Nothing li more likely to indicate that a man Is going down hill than a pair of patent leathers, A manwltti' bad ahoes and a new silk' hat Is a candidate for the poorhouse. N. Y. Look at the label ort yourpaperand get you a pencil and paper, figure It up, and send or Svrite your name and address on a postal card, send it to Geo. W. Bea bring us the money. Room 2, Tribune Building, New York City, and sample copy of THE Hardin carries Franklin by about NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE will be mailed to you. 260, a Democratic gain of about 25. Obllunry Notice. for Nnle. Obituary notices will be charged One scholutship in the Lexington Whenever a druggist tells you he Business College. Call at this office for at the rate oi 5 cents per line. It for particulars. It will pay you. has somethingjustasgoodiorcoughs, tf 'grip", etc, as Dr. Bell's PineTarHons Is customary for all publications to ey don't you believe it, for we guar charge for such matter. These rates l'llfsl l'llesl Ilchlng- l'llea. Symptoms Moisture; intense itchante that Is is not true. We make will be adhered to without discrimiall drug-- t nation, so please take note of it and ing and stinging;most at night;worse the genuine and authorize gists to guarantee it. The K. E. don't be oflended when we present by scratching. If allowed to continue tumors Sutherland Co., Paducah, Ky. our bill. Count six words to the line. ulcerate, form, which oltcn "bleed and becoming very sore. Swanb's For sale by Z.Wayne Griffin &Bro Ointment stopstheitchlng and bleed Ever person, big, little, old or ing, heals ulceratiou, and in most TI16 World's youngf blaobnirwltite, riclror poor, cases removes the tumors. At drug-gistshowed ao bailing powder who has ever used Dr.. Bell's Pine or by mail, for 50 ccnta. Dr. pronounces the best to pure or so great In leav- Tar Honey lung remedy it on earth Swayne& Son, Philadelphia. cough(,and ening power as the Royal. It's true, Joq, so we guarantee. m ELECTRIC TELEPHONE Z, Wayne Griffin & Bro. , UUEHHV. Bold oatHsbt.no rnt.rioitaHr. AUptl A CJIKISTMAf or dqnat ry. ncvasMi m mtwtr 3 Olty, Villa m, ah An. sstnrsi sind olflo. OroatMlcoamt 1 dm and Msit Ml lr on earth subscription list is increasing Our ly. XH snow white gown wee Daisy stood enta make from & to $30 In tnasLM s mlm to all tba r Her Dear mamma beside, People 'are just begin Flna imtromtnU, too tora, yori everyday. anjwharo, any,dluno,. Complete, roady for Two small hands clasped,' two lips ning to appreciate The Rei'UIjucah's r ont oi ordar. no rotialrlosT. latta a III apart, Mm bold nnd out spoken principles. WarnoUd A monar makar. Writt i W. P. HarHion A CoCltrk )0, Col um Bui, 0. And bine eyes opened wide. Then ten pink toes crep near the place When vourhlldls eating an aps Where hung a tiny pair He or a piece cjf bread put one of Dr stockings filled with dainty gifts Of $60, i uuu u $50, ueu s liny ionic tauicis For Daisy's Christmas share. Wa wlllglte a scholarship fpod there Is any constipation here It will Jors. complete eourio In either Ode little hand removed the top, pass offjust as easy. All dealers sell dsjjsrttnent of the Columbian The other one the doll, them at s.sca vial. Z. Wayne Griffin Business Celiacs, value $50.00, Then Noah's Ark, the candy man, &Dro. lo tne person sending us me post The marbles and the ball. rlclbal eodv or design, slia 2X T(i our l'rleml". Then came a bird of chocolate. kiohss. fin newspaper silver all who are Interested We hope tliement ror,.o'. In pretty, gilded cage, JannsrylstA IBM. We ojicb b helping us to pu?li the circulation And then a colored picture-boobnttneis without text booEK up to what it of Tun Rnrunr-tcAWith Santa on the page. Actual holiness from start to should be, will do what they can in flolsb. Superior lnstrucilon In ' Oh, look, mammal his hairiswhite; the way of secuting subscribers. beckkneplntr.Penmanihlp, Ilusl-bm- s He's old like g'ompa, too, Callattenti6n to the amount of IttK JlanUInK, Correspon An g'arapa's dead." The voice was homo news we publish eveiy week, dsnee, I Grammar, Shorthand hushed. nd write us short and spicy news and TH?e.wrltlng, Telecranby And in the eyes of blue and railroad office practice. Five items irom your neighborhood. xptrtitnitruetori. Enter any A shadow stqlci then baby lips tins, Graduates assisted to Good Old Granny Metcalf, 86 years Exclaimed with, thoughtful pause : yoaltlons. CataloRuo f rec. Any b'ing'e presents old. living at 618 Monroe street, "Manima.-who'- ll se freip 10 to eo year old may ' Ky., says that Dr. .Bell's Pine wound eomeet.F Write at Once to Tar Honey s the beat grip cure, God takes Santa Claus?" When Le4kyer AWilion, Proprlutort, cough, lung and bronchial remedy FtORENCR JOSKPHINU BOVCB. TUrd AltaloHL KTansvllle. Ind. that has been ofTered to tho people during her life. Guaranteed ;by. Z, December Wayne Grlflfn& Bro. , HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, drMnnted by tu. All successlui speculators operate on a regular system. It is a well known fact that there are thousands' of men in all parU of the United States who, by systematic trading through Chicago brokers, make large amounts orery year, rouging from a fow thousand, dollars for tho man who invests a hundred or two hundred dollars up to 850,000 to 8100,000 or 25223 - moro by those who invest n, few thousand. It is also a fact that thoso who make the largest profits' from corapant-ivel- y rmall investments on ibis plan aro persons who live away from Chicago and invests through brokers who thoroughly understand systematic trading. Our plan doqs not risk the wholo amuunti invested on any trade, but covers both sides, to that whether the market rises or falls it brings a steady profit that piles up enormously in u short timo. WHITE FOIt CONVINCING PROOFS, also our Manual on success' iul speculation and our Dally Market Report, lull of money making pointers Highest refOur Manual explains margin.trading fully. ALL FREE. , erences in regard to our standing and success. ' 52.6 mo For jurther tnformatiou addreea THOMAS & CO,, Banker and Brokers, 241 242 Rlalto Building, Chicago, 111. Fait Tests s, -- i 3 pr IN TUITION tht v k .1". Children Cry for Pitottcr'f Castorla. Mibscrlplloii. .1 Wlijuot 4loiiU,Bt qnee '' 'I S)i Ijr yonr . b.JL 'V A 4& K :'.:., -S- ROANS '' ffl I ljSST" "" EAST BOUND dlaly dally M)lilNVIM,l'..BT. I.OIJ1H A TEX. II. II No 52. No si' Lv Henderson 7 20 a m 3 55 p m WESTBOUND dally dally. Baskctts . 7 34 n ra 3 lo p m No. 53 No. 51. Spottsville 74 am 3 16 p m Lv U. 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