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PROFESSIONAL 3- - L tthtQtnulnt. ethur p( ihui Atia Aai4 dio tot t'Rwxir laf w ysui Writt ! cirmUrt frw. Sold by Dcatirs. ChHBtt1 frt fron til plimtf ii til ORG.!! OF THE PAP.TV IN TEE FOURTH CQXQRES.IOHAL 25c, and 50c bottles. .F.W FLOYD A. CO.,. OWUNSIIORO, KY. Will pi notice his profession in Daviens nnd adjoining counties, Special attention given to collections. Oflice, Bank of Commerce Building. .lMH,F4.41leiin, A,W YER, "vV J.N. It. WrilillHK, VOL. POLKA REDUCED PATIEWT3 TREATED (on itDDRcuwrmetsHnn fCD PADTICUIAIU VIII. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, ho snort ly kiilou mm. self, ho ran to tho nlmUlug him- 189G. NO. 24. Latest U. S. Gov't Report IN A DEATH OK1P. A Dojr Fights n Qront Cuttlo with tv Shnrk. !! tlm I'ntlnirly Dmtli of llrothcr An Unetrn Conlrnt Tbit In tlio (Ir.jlr-i- t Its Wm i:cr' In. Ateimrti 111 OV MAIL ALL iHm.ac&gial-n- rri t o.w.r.NYDi hmix rfnioitPstnuioicMiiwio edge, jumped In and dragged ashore tlio floating, mangled body of his brother and lifelong playmate. Then ho lay down In the sand from exhaustion. Mr Uradlev iind Ills father-in-laburled Dan In a clump of sand plum valor's An THE 1CCIDEHT8 OF LIFE Write lo T. S. Ouincev, Drawer 1W, Chicago, Becre- tary of the Btar AcciOKNr Company, fur Information IfHHflBHT regarding Accident Intur-onc- e. Mfnllou this paper, lly no del n it you cull utl membership fee. Ita paid over 4000,00) W for Injuries. scchltnul Bo your own Agent. M' ' mm HO MHD1CAI, EXAMINATION RltQUIKCn The Lexington Business College. (INCORPORATED. Tlio strnnyest encounter overseen la tills part of Connecticut took place n few days no on tlio slioro near Meadow's End, suys u of tlio New York Kccorder. It was a llf,'lit to tlio finish, and was so savitifo und tlio antagonists wct'o so evenly matched cctators could not thut the two even Kucss ut the outcome until tlio very end. of- - OySlCTRIver, Myrdn )c:icon Jarcd and his fatlicr-ln-lnSc udder, of Woodniout, had sailed over to tlio Milford Point slioro in -ui- OI3JKAH NHHIJ lrP J" sssH THE PRACTICAL SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH. (Cennt4,t teitk tk fittU A dll.Cotltgtl Itlrhrtl OdlrUl Fndoru.rnl.-nul,- nf0. iLc Com HAN b th (Jovprnor BictiwAlihiindtilrlden(o( tbtsfUtnCollfc. lla of nicrttuful HEConnilTllIRn tQlni. wtioM mUMmltV trtnr acctertt ltumlrrU ot linrl tlutinrfnf dot!r ll(Mli.Hr.r.lIU pcriaptm Uuiht ly Ariual llutl. ntM lriM'tlr from attrt to flnlili iso Twit Hook No Coplnff. Ilrad of IlutlueM ! tartmrnt 15 )nn pru tict iprluct took Prun(nt TO lllUIIKftT AWAIII OF WOULD LUMHIAN .XIOMTIO to MAinrln M tni of Moribund.' uugbtto In thU Coll-- til !)h tb Lett! of HIlliMt Knttortfrotnt Innirnt on ricourt rtjKrtr;, from tb taihou Vt thUPTttPttl. Kndonnl t.y TKLft'UltAniY IMrtrarntrailwty Train IHipMrhtrt n4 nl Ifadln Th Onlj1 rliool In tlie World nprrttlnr a complete JUllwir MjritcDi tor tU tvrfit tf lu tutlnt. IMlt IIH'AL. 1'KACTICAZ. INMTItl'C o CUm tVarU, TlOVinM T3,000.(K Uuirnatff tbt rnr Cullfi t rrtwntd.or taootr rffund.!, nJ IZIesnl JVKW UllILIICJ,ownM. rrrctl Mrullirt tr ua jHem uf nf our . prartlrtl In tnrrt tb rraalrtmfnt I it rue lion. Llffht, rnrtisrt Th larrMt and moat Tfntilitlonr rfellf rqnlri ItnalntHM fullr Italldloc lalrrtirfKt lIfU r.lrtrlc ntttcNoaib ttluitrftld Cttloffua frrt, AdJrrti C 1. CALHOUN. l'rincirl. LxInclon, Hj. I IjKtuxnJTrad. Huu uStilreJ onj .11 tutsrt ViAirMit ntdnc:el for SIIIOKRtTK KKE.1. M 3i Kin .h.lRimcli wn. 'mtvoi'llio IVltnlOim, iw!n) ruiittef forc atiitfplr u.rauuiurp4Ui f rtrii!tot. ;'fn( MlfkJcl iricticfihol rjp.iorinVffiitloo.ith r t itatct .e .1 .. In ilvunue. cIiimJ. LS'li'irltttrjimiA miltlifornnaiftllntnitta 'rfWliK;. anJ wir lt Icr ).roecuilni! IV,. to ruttrtf trili iitilil A dtfmrotl. "Invnioiift' Cuirj,' rm.Uoi lent free All CoLimual- filloc tcpkliicrea hi Milcllj tcnndrnll.il. n: rr ('RANlvLSN H. MOUGH 3 v nuunu vau:i3.vh rc.. v. c KOTICli I W1XT CTery min lud womin In Ibo Jnltoi InUrciwd in tbe Opiam ana Whukr . ibltl to liivo one of mj uookf on theso Addro.l II. 31. VTuolley. AtUnti, Ua. DoifcfJ.inU oss will t tcntjoafren. ll.tai du-..t- sf" Will: DEiVTJST. to ile all kinds o DhiUkI work at reasonablH prions Oilico over J. W. Pord & Co's Feed Storo. la prepared EAL.ESiY.EN Wo want ono or two GOOD JlKNln each county to tako orders iora CHOICE lino of NUKSHUY POTATOES. STOCK or SEED We Stock mid Seed guaranteed, give von steady employment with GOODpay. Itwillcoit cu intliiug Stnto when writto give it ii trinl. ing which you prefer tosell. Ul ANTED ff Addn-es- , to IIWKR NUKHEUY CO.. llOCIIlSTKII, N Y, trustworthy gentlemen orld's to tmvel hi Kentucky for eMablished, reliable Salary 8750 and expenses house. Steady position. Enclose reference Several mid eolNaddrcsfud stumped envoloved N. I) Tho Dominion Cotnpuny.Third Floor, lMGt Omaha lildg., Chicago. I HEP Wi WMPW i'li.pFHlir,llilo.t:Niiillnrciit'rii It. II. She Best One between Louasviije AND Memphis. Also from nnd to their bly sharpie, the Jeanette, to An a mess of lon clams and try tlio snapper bhtoflsh off tlio CharU's Island bar. Tlicy had with them Sir. Dradlcv's two prize bulldogs, Miko and I'm, Imth tl liul siii.y head uf .'liUi', Who and well known us du; killers in tlio seemed to grin with contentment sporting fraternity. Mike has been and to be equally proud of his masin fourteen fights und lins never been ter. Ho U u heavy brlndlc and whipped. TO BREW TEA. white dog, with ono ear missing (a result of an early encounter) and a, The Cliincto Doit It In Rainwater In badly scarred face. Hi-- ) brother, Unglazed Earthenware. Dan, was less experienced, but was If you want to drink tea properly heavier und reirardcd as it nrottv , it Is absolutely necessary to get a close second to Jlikc. Ujj was puro teapot of a variety of white, savo for a black patch "over baked earthctiwnre that is tinglazcd eye. Mr. Uradlcy always on the Inside. So alt tho the left tea sharps took tho dogs along, und they loved say, and they state it upon the auto sail Mid to swim and play along a thority of Gen. Ichcng-Ki-Tontlio shore. celebrated Chinese writer on gastroTlio sharpio was beached and tho nomic subjects. two men were busy forking big, fat There are many other point to be clams out of tlio sand,' when, till at taken into account if tea is to bo once, they heurd a wild commotion chosen at its very best. For examThey down by the Joan nut ic- ple, it should bo mlNcd with rain or couldn't see any thins,', for tlie trouble spring water heated to a certain was hidden by tho sharpie, but tho point. Tho boiling should only consp.'ay wan Hying und thero wiu an tinue a few moments, tho water havawful Fplashing. Running to tho ing boiled HUfllciently as soon U3 bubspot, they saw a big (lsli thrashing bles appear on the surface. in not more than a foot und around Green tea, according to this auu half of water and shaking and thority. Is tea a that the rich Celescrunching in his jaws a bloody obtials give the highest praise to. In ject. green tea tho tiny leaves have hardly 'A shark! A shark!" yelled Mr. come from tho bud before they aro eight-foote- r, Bradley. And so It was, nn gathered mid dried In the. sun. Black and tho thing in hLs mouth tea, on the other hand, is made up was all thut was left of Dan. They of leaves that have reached ; state could see, coming nearer, that the of maturity and have then been dried dog had died game, for thero was u lu front of a flro.-- N'. Y. World. great, hanging slice of flesh torn from the shark's jaw. Hut It was Inclined to Do Accommodating. not tho dead dog that was causing Among the women called into town the big plrato so much ugnny, nor by tho fall shopping was ono from tide that had now New Jersey. She carried a parasol, the rapidly-fallincut olt his rutreat by long, low -- Mike,' a,,dot,,.JV sandbar. It wns pcr'sr Uazar. The wonian from New meu uttered a chccrltig ycll'ns they Jersey ulwuys carries a bag when saw the gritty dog hanging to that sho comes to town. She rode upteudcr spot under the shark's throat, town in a cable car and, as she is . ami with his iron jaws light-setcareful of her dignity her equilevery now and then, when he was ibrium, she lot comoaud a full to it stop uppermost in tlie struggle for an Inbefore emitting his fighting growl, a ground she rose. The conductor stant, his teeth at her deliberate rumblo that meant deep, thunder-lik- e progress to tho platform, but ho no good to his opponent. parted them to let out it vigorous Every now and again tlie shark "just liko u woman" as ho spied a would bury tho dog under the water pursa lying on the placo sho had left, and apparently roll on him, and that lie jerked the bell and mado rush not succeeding ho would rise half out for tho platform. of the water and shako his wounded "Hero, you," he shouted. "You've head furiously. It was evident that gone off and left your purse." tho dogs had been swimming around Tho woman turned, still delibtho boat and had tempted tho mon- erately, and looked hard at tho purse. ster jnto shoal water, and he had "I can tako it, If you wish," sho probably belzed Dan before his presdrawled gently, "but it Isn't mine." ence was suspected. Mike had come And the car, with au enraged conto the rescue und was now fighting ductor and a load of amused passentho battle of his life. Out of his gers, was started on its way again clement, and with an antagonist that by a tinkle that almost f recked the outweighed him twelve to one, it bell ;ope. seemed a desperate attempt. Deacon Pigeon Pot In tho French Army. Scuddcr ran back and got tlio digging fork and, wading in, watched Tho use of a pigeon post by Gen. for a chance to denl tho shark a cripDuchesne, to keep up communicapling blow without hurting Mike. tion between his advanco and his So swiftly did they turn and shako main body in his march against Anand tumble, however, tananarivo, gives u very good illusby discolored water and spray, that tration of the possibilities of this ho couldn't seem to get a chance for appliance in military operations. u thrust. Whero greater speed is required Tho dog was becoming weakened than the ordinary mounted dispatch by his repented immersions in tho carrier can command, especially salt water, and choked once nnd let when the nature of tho ground is go his grip. The shark rolled and considered, theso littlo winged mestried to strike him with its powerful sengers come into play. Very often tall flukes, but Miko was too nimble, thero Is no timo to construct a telelie dashed to one side, and as tho fish graph, or it would bo subject to raid rose, quicker than thought ho had from tho enemy, or It would be a fastened lu his old position with a work of much' difficulty and cost; ,Tho water mid then, too, the carrlor pigeons deeper hold than bop"i was red with tho shark's bfood, which tiro of ten u good substitute. Vurious was streaming from tho torn throat European countries liuvo for years and the fight.liud lasted fully twenty been using this form of dispatch minutes, when Deacon Scudder got service, cstublishlng regular homing a good opening and tlrovo tho sharp-tlnelofts for training, and tlio Madagasfork into tlie sldeof the shark. car campaign, if the reports about it It was not tv vital wound, hut it uro correct, lias shown tlie utility of weakened the fish and ho was now what has been dono lu this way by struggling lu less than a foot of France. N. Y. Sun. water. The two men threw a rope Spain's Great Army In Cuba. over him after soveral attempts, and, taking a turn around his tall, Spain now has in Cuba an army of dragged him tull first further up tho 80,000 men, This is a forco grcator sand, so far, in fact, that ho lay al- by 10,000 than tho wholo British most entirely out of water. 'army lu India. Tho entlro populaHero the maddened dog had things tion, white and black, Is only four his own way, and, tearing and biting times us great, und its proportion to into the Htomach of his great enemy, thonumberof whites capable of bearing arms is about that of ono to two. Rarely does history record nn inBUItSINQ, itching, icaly, crusty Hkln stance whero a country so small has DUaiM. fucu iu ili'fv' tlio ordinary blood inciuelnoa, been Invaded by an army so great. bat-totv- d g d d mark and bushes ii))0vc inarlied the grave Willi a big white rock. Tlio shark was taken nboard tho sharpie, but was In such a mutilated statu that it. couldn't bo brought home, and, after measuring it, It was dumped overboard, Miko watching It drift nivny with eager s eyes, ready to leap after It If the showed any signs of returning life. Ills muster 19 wildly proud of this last and greatest light, mid suys he will not let Mike tlsk.liU life in vjiMiore-rtnirb1ittles unless the dog pines for bis old occupation, "Ho is the bravest dog thut ever stood on four legs," says Mr. Uradlcy, "and the ordinary bnlldogs are not lu tho same class with him! I would not take live thousand dollars for him this minute no, nor any other sum of money!" And he patted the lilgh-wotcur-oasring-lightin- g Association of Kentucky, through committees, ors making efforts to ljave thengeol consent increasing lrjtn twelve years to eighteen yenrs, and the following appeal and petition are being presented to the people ot the stale: TO TUB I'liOt'U of Kkntucky: Rights Association The Kqual makes an earnest appeal to nil good men and women in the State to old in securing ironi the Legislature the enactment of a law raising what in known as,, the need-consen- t As the law now tando, a little p,hl one day over tAVtlve years 13 held to be as morally responsible for her judgment on the innstsJfttirs(luehioliTcTKuV man life and for her every act ns men of sixty, whilst in rejrnrd to her property nnd other material interest her youth nnd immaturity of judgment make her the infant ward ol the State; until she is twenty-onyears ot nee. We believe that the legal guardianship nt her moral rights iw til i mine i"irly uporei.ximrxte that l1 her pioputly right. We therefore ask that the age be raised from twelve to eighteen years. This precedent has been established in many ot the most progressive States, and we most earnestly desire that Kentucky shall be behind none m the onward march of civilization. The appalling and increasing frequency, as well as the peculiar atrocity ot sexual crimes against our giil rhlldten, with and without consent, urge us to this appeal. We nsk in the name of justice, ol humanity, decency, uior.dity and American citizenship and civilizition, that our brave and true Christian men and women will aid in freeing tlie innocent nnd defenseless daughters of the State from the horrible dandage of the inlaw which now famous disgraces our statute book a law made entirely in the interest ot vice nod lor the protection ol libertines All persons who are willing to aid us will please sign the following petition to the Legislature, which will be circulated throughout the State by the Special Committee: We, the undersigned citizens ol the Commonwealth of Kentucky, do most respectfully petition your honorable body to enact a law "for the pro tectionof girls by raising the from twelvetoeighteen years Sarah Giuson UuMriiituvs, Versailles, Ky , e The KquaURiRht9 Aiimil In The I'riilc LAWYERS, HARTFORD, KY. (Ortcc, ore r Andenoii's Ilseanr.) I GLENN & WEDDING, Highest of all in Leavening Power. Baking &3SS53 crctly cherishes the evil thoughts which arc cast up lrom the mud of hi' inbprn corruption, will reveal his lu nt to the world in his spirit nnd icuon. Nor willlns' jndgmentday" b' 'imlted to time, seeing that in the life after death "God shall ITring every woik into judgment, with every whether it be seciet thing, be evil." good or whether it O mac, that Know, therefore when thou findeth delight in evil thoughts thuu art playing with sparks which in thy sinful, passion are what lighted matches arc to grains ol pow-d- e' scattered in the porch ol a magazine. They are deadly things not to be trifled with, but resolutely trampled upon. Zion's Herald. Hi Tlio llrKHitiliil Of a new year, when the winter season of closcconfinetnent is only half gone, many find that their health begins to break down, that the least ex-- p ..ure threatens sickness. It is then as well as at all other times, and wi li people even in good health, that th- - following facts should be remera--b- e .d, gamely: thut Hood's Sarsapa-ri'a- n leads everything in the way of m. ticines; that it accomplishes the cures in the world; has the largest sale in the world', and requires th argest building in the world exclusively to the preparation oi ..iu proprietary medicine. Does nc. 'his conclusivelv prove, if you aie sick, that Hood's S.irsaparilla is' tb. medicine fot you to take? , m Mr George V. Childs always regarded the women contributors to the U 'si as among the most valued ns sirtantsandoncot his favorite stories wrs of a woman who came to him and told him that for some weeks, because of cr Iiusband's illness, she had been w iing the special articles supposed to ie furnished by him. She request-c- o st trt AB&WTEE. Powder PUKE County ClItCUTT Will practice their profession In Hi. tlio courts of Ohio nnd adjoining conn-- 1 ties, nnd court of Appeals. Special nttention given collections. Also Notary Public lor Ohio county. James uftw. Saaaitli, Directory. COUItT. Owens-horo. piEY M. L. JT LAW Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge , "Hon. jr(ICfiflfowe, Attorney Owniifboro. .1. W. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. G. B. Likens, Clerk Hartford. B. D. Ringo, Master Commissioner . IIAIlTFOItll, KY. Will prncticc Lis profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Anncnls. Special nttention given collections. Oflice east sido of pur!i Bqtiaro. . f Hkavrin. Shelby Taylor. HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, Kiiorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Hnrtlord. O. B Likens, Trusteo Jury Fund Hartford. Cnl. P. Iveown, Sheriff Hartford. Hartford Deputies Samuel Keown Jot) ltoherls, Fordsville; Thus. II. Bishop, Ccntertowii; S. T. Stevens, Cromwell. Will practice thier profession iu all the Courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties, und in the Cotirt ot Appeals. Special attention given to, collections. Offico, w.xt! door to , Bank of Hartford. 9 Perry Westerfieid, Court convenes first Monday iu March and August und continues threo weeks, and third Monday iu May and November two weeks. COUNTY Attorney at Law. BnAvcit Daji, Ky. 9 R. R. WEDDING COURT. John P. Morton, Judge Hnrtlord. D. M. Hockcr, Clerk Hartford. E. P. Neal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. Court convenes each month'. QUAivrnitLY Attorney at Law, :i;..-- first Monday Will practice his profession in allJ in the courts ot Ohio and adjoining! counties. Also JNotary l'ublic. Oflice, iu Commercial Hotel. couirr. Monday in Begins on the third COUItT OP January, April, July and October. CLAIMS. Convenes first Monday in January, nnd Tuesday after tho fourth Monday in October. punr at WILL W. Ha BARNES t uf$ practice his profeicjonJinMU courts of Ohio au( adjoining counties and Court of .ppealspfSJiec- omnrt county oitijjehs. G. S. Fitzliugh, Surveyor Sulphur mi attention given 10 couectio as. Oflice next doer below dimmer) Springs, ( cial Hotel. N. C. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. '.. H. Shultz, School Supt. Hartford. Har tfordlKy.,gfch AlTOKNEY AT IiAW, ! L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur Springs. Mrs. Mizclla Tanner, Poorhouso , Chjiirntin Sutherland's Uag'fKye Salve U new unu original in style 01 pCKge and mediciii.il qunlitiesj It ii not on ly it cure for all kin Is ot s :e eyes but is guar.intei.-- to give', sitislncticm as an ointment fir old sores, piles, etc Z Wayne Untlui t Uro. No one ever thought of introducing so expensive a icature'ns lithographic color work in thed.ij when the lead tug mngozines sold lor $4 00 a year ml 33 cents a copy. Hut times change, ami the mngtzines change with them It has remained for The Cosmopolitan, sold fit one dollar a jcar to put in nn pxtensive litho. Keeper, Hartford. s her husband's illness threatened justices' couuts. of long duration that she be to c FonnsviLLK. J. Ai- Bowling pe iiitted to continue the work. Certainly," said Mr. Childs. "If Barrett's Ferry, March lOune 1C, vnti linve heen writing thp firlirlps beptembqr 14. UecemberQT. no continue, but do pot speak of the HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in j all th courts of Ohio and adjoining cojun ties. Careful attention will bo given to nl business entrusted to his ,caro.Jii ColOfficotWitVItbo lections a specialty. county Attorney. Also Notary jibliji i V 2E3. "JP. KTESi-l(Gonnly Attorney) irinflfl SO, Juno2t), September 28, Decern 1, graphic plan4capatileolpriuting32v 000 pages per day (one colot). The latumry issue presents ns n Irontiss drawing by Kiic piece a watei-colu- r P.ipe, illustrating the last story by Robert I.ouis Steverson, which has probably never been excelled even in the pigcs ot the finest dollar French I he cover of The Cos periodicals. niopolititt is also changed, n drawing ot page length by the famous Parts artist Rossi, in lithographic rotors 011 white paper takes the place ol the ntanilU b.ick with iti red stripe. Hereafter the cover is to be n fresh sui prise ecch month,' " change to any one." 'Not long alter the husband died and the editor'in whose department his work had been published met his employer with a gloomy face. is dead," he said, "and w)o is' to fill his place I don't know. His urticlcs were our biggest tuimp, and I know oSno oneelse with abilitv eo'iugh to writ!? them " Don't you think thy have fallen off a little ot late," asked Mr. Child's 'Pa lien ofil No, indeed!" ex"They have claimed the editor. That is the worst of it. We can nevei fill his place." "Oh jes we can," calmly remarked Mr Chilos. "In tact, lorn year past Mr So and So has not written a line Mrs. So has for the supplied his supposed articles, and sh is still capable ot doing them." Philadelphia Press. And she did. So-an- d Juno HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in the woouwarii KosiNE. u. ii, Courts ot Ohio and adjoining conn-tie- s. MarqulS, Juno 13, September 13, Special attention given to colDecember 13. lections. Office in Courthouse. ; ' Cr.ojtwKLUT-Jo- nt B.' Wilson m March 9, June 8, September 7,De JNO. B. WILSON, A S, Aull March 2, September 2,. December 2. berua. II artioiid. Siiorney at CslW, M cerujier?.' A LANDLORD'S NOVEL SCHEME. To Del Rid of a Tenant He Takea Off Door and Windows. A novel attempt at eviction took placo ut Evanston, 111., recently, o When When Vfhen When Daby wis tick, wa care her Castorti. che a ChllJ, iho crin! for Cattorta, she became Mlaa, sho cluoi; to Costorla, che had ChlUrto, the evo tieia CiutorU. iu FEES before- - I FREE I THE NATIONAL BUSINESS COLLEGE and School of Telegraphy of Delaware, O. oilers a course FREE to all who will enter L, LeMAY, Delaware, Ohio. Jany. IB, 'DO For full particulars address, the President All lii-e- . Cincinnati and Evansville, j DonotpurchaseaTlclet North, East, South or Woat TJntil you have consulted nn Agent of the nro cured completely by Dr. l'ierco'n .OoMeu Medical Dl- covery. For ttcrofula in all ua vurious tonus, tbo wont Scrofulous Bores aud Hwell-lug- s, Rrout eating Ulcers, and aud overy blood-tain- t disorder, this Is a illrvct romody. It thoroughly iiurifles and ouriclioj jour blood. A Useless Exhortation. I who have used Dr. King's N "iv Discovery know4 it value, and those who have not haveuow to try it Pree. Call on the advettised Druggist and get n Tnal Dottle, Pice. Send your name nnd Bucklen & Co., address to It. 15 Chicago, and get n samnle box ot Dr King's New Lile Pills Pree, as well as a copy ( Guide to I enllh and All of Household Instructor. Pree to do vou good, which is cuarnntf-eand cot ou nothing ut Williams & Uells Drug Store Thre theop-pottiuiit- y C. O.&S.W.R. T- R. UMITliD TRAINS, rUUMAN HUl'l'lVr SIErBIlS, MODMUNKQUIPMnNT Joiim Echols, T. n. Lynch, Gen, Pass.Agt Gen. Mgr. LOU1SVILI.U. KY. scovery" has proved a bleu- ,lllf iu luu,MAlbI.Unit n H A in..,.n.l ,1. h Kuykendall. I uavo been a ulfcrcrvrlth old sores on my legt for four years. I used threo bottles of If, and ruy legs aro sound and well and my health Is better than It has 1xm.ii for somutlinu. 1 bad tho best duolor. uf this country treat ay cuso and they fullsd to effect a cure, Yours rcspoctfully, nn.It.V. 1'iEiiCKi Dtar.SIr Your" Golden Medical Di- Atexandtr.N.C Spudds (to KlldulT) Como early and avoid tho rush. Hunker It's no uso to tell Kllduil that'. "Why not?" "He's n football player." Dotrolt Free Press. Tlnnjilil, llenani l To feed the mind on evil thoughts is an indulgence which is suie to de form the clmracter nnd produce 'vile (ictlun in the life The secret Indulgence iu such bad mental food will make itself visible in deeds done "on the housetops ' Should the lily, in selecting Iroin the mud in which it We will send you Tim Kui'vumcan glows the material needed to produce and Chicago Inter Ocean, weekly, its btauttlul bloom, lake up ubtan-ce- s unfitted to its end the eflect would both papers lor one year for $1,40, This is for new subscribers and old appear In its dtscoloinlion and imperones who pay up and In advance on fect loitu In like manner the man who year. 1 .l evletor being Joseph tho would-bDalley, an expressman, who Is one of tho best known and original characters of that city. Dalley has con- -' sldcrable mouey, und most of It Is invested in small framo houses which he rents for five or ten dollars a month. Among his tenants for the la':t ten months has been J. II. who lived, with his family, in a littlo cottago at Mapla avenue and Foster street. According to Dallcy's story has paid hltn only flvo d .liars rent for the entlro timo ho h. . been living in tho cottage, and u month ago uaucygavo mm notice to irve. Ashoenbroemer was with-o-- it employment and promised to g't out us soon as ho could got goods. enough money to move-hiDd'ley, who wns disposed to belli his recreant tenant In bo far as possible, ottered to move his goods freo of charge. Ashoenbroemer accepted tho offer, and tho next morning D .iloy scut around his team to got; t' it furniture. In tho meantime A liocnbrocmcr had thought tho mutter over and concluded that D.illoy was going to sell tho goods ffr th arrears In rent, and so reft 'i'd to trust them on tho wagon of Iim landlord. Accordingly Dalley's man was told thut "thoy had concluded not to movo" and that his wngon would not ba required. As soon as ho notified his employer of Ashoen broemer's answer Dulley borrowed porno carpenter's tools nnd sot out for tho cottage. When he arrived he told his tenants ho had concluded to let him stay, but thero wero somo things about tho house that ho wished to tako to his homo, Going to work with his tools ho soon had every door In tho house oft Its hlngos and ulso took out overy win di w frame. Ho then loaded them nil on his wngou uud drovo off, leaving )ils tenants as he had promised In possession of tho house, but without a door or a window to keop, out tho chilly breezes, Chicago Chron- I'reo I'll U. HARTFORD, KY. Send your address to II. E. Buckgiven SPECIAL attentionnbstracts, lo &o., len & Co., Chicago, and get a free making sample box of Dr. King's New Life also Notary Public for Ohio County. Pills, A trial will convince you of Ofiico North side of public spure. their merits. 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Bell's Drug Stote. f Vitalietl air or laughing air aui.'v ministered tor pni'iiless extraction ot V teeth' , , 2 Popular Magazines FOR THE HOME. rraokle iii' aiilfP4rVflrr5? -- w FRANK LESLIE'S I OOPULAR 1 tlous than any other Manslna la America. 2S cts. 1 $J a Year. MONTHLY Contslnscsch Menthi Orlilnsl Water Color Heaillng rrontUplcc.i IM Quarto Psgts ol lllujtrs- Miltcri 100 New and High. dais c om a most blood disease I had spent hundred? of dollars trying various remedies and physicians, none of which did me any good. My finger nails came off and my hair came out, leaving me perfectly bald. I then vcnt to hor-xibl- B 6 F G ll E Frank Leslie's Pleasant Hours yhotnofai. Jurenlls Monthlr. A Brliht. writer" for joiil rully llluitrateil. The peoplo ooutrlbuta to It. 10 cts. 1 II a year. FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. l.t HOT SPRINGS Hnnln? to be cured bv this celebrated treatment, but very aoonbecame disgusted and decided to try S.S.S. The effect wa truly wpnclcrlui, 1 commencea to recover at once, and after I had taken twelve bottles 1 was entirely cured cured by S.S.S. when the worm-renown- Hartford, Frank Loalla'a P.onuiftr Mnnthlv Mauuz ino and THfc REPUBLICAN jotn ono yaar r SdiUUi Frank. Loalla'a ilint Hours ror Doysuiiu nnd THE BlrM for one year nEPUBLICAN for 2,oo. Best Club Offers Undoubtedly the the KV.I skid ail suBscuntoas TO Republican. a IrSftut to mini Lttitft FMlAitfPfHtt, &T - "W nnnniin Springs had failed. Wm, U. LOOMIS, Hot .. . ii icle 5hteveport, IMM.M ml In Thiuim) B.IU.I AllU,Cl. SWIVT bfai La, citicto. Vj ''" tuns 11 Photographer Taylor wllf make ple'i In llattfoid every Monday anil 8- -t Mellcnry on Tiienlniy's 1 t- - v" r. 0 So long as John Hull butted against an American ox Germany only smiled, but tho moment his horns rUBLtSUED KVKRY FIUDAY MOIIK1NO ...... KdlUr. locked with n South African steer MAM A. ANIir.MO.V.H Germany was mad, and did not hei Subscription, $ .25 por yoar. tato to say so. 1 . . I X Hartiord Republican A REST NEEDED. Robin Hood Scores ono on the Hartford Herald And Passos a fow Compll-monon tho Covornor. ts Oppenhclmer lays belore us that reason In The Popular Science Monthly. Most people think young ones tell lies lrom mere depravity. Dr. Oppenhclmer says not. He finds n scientific cause forchlldhood's deputise from truth. He rematks tint the "origin is to besought in the worklngsof the mind " A child sees or henrs somtthlntr. It makes nil Impression on his mind-t- hat is to say the idea of the thing is conveyed to his brain through his sight or heating. Then his mind conceives it nnd returns his concep tion to the outer world ngain In speech. To do this correctly there must be a brain capible of forming nn nccurate idea, then, second, n brain capable of transmitting the Idea accurately back. If the child's brain is not fully or harmoniously developed, then cither its ideas or the expression ot them or both will Le defective. Few children's brains rue harmoniously developed, theiefoic they are often unconscious lints. This scientific explanation of infantile lying, that is c.iurd by Imperlect brain action, is no doubt as true ns it is beautiful. But somehow we hnve noticed that many ol thcurcntcstliara amonc children nre those who have had frequent o,irtnnltte, to h ar their parents white lies nt home. It is odd. but it is also scientifically true. Perhaps ii that case the part ents' brain development is likewise defective Sample Sheet WILL BE NO ADAM THERE To Bo Bxoludod from Dr. Wtvlkors Oardon of Edon. The Sored Dm, lteforrner to Found Colnnr In Which Man Shall lUia Va 1'nrl A Hum for lllomner (lltU. AFTER HOLIDAYS TI drniffla fP ffliffftffBl ill ffffiaiPlil Al Friday, jANUAnv io, 1896. the largest of the CUBA'S NAME AND HISTORY. Cuba is the tint and filth name of obtainable, and prevent futuro West India Islands. sums up iu a single short senteuco tho situation and remedy, To get out of tho difficulty "borrow money now on tho best terms Senator Sherman BEAVER DAM SEMINARY COMMERCIAL INSTITUTE Onona Tuo3Ciaj Jan. 14, 1806. Strong Faculty, Good HJnviroumont, Suporior FaAllitios. All classes will be stroni: from the Preparatory to the Scientific Course. SHORT HAND and TVI'KWRITING affords facilities inleiior to no business college. The suiiouiulings arc In every way unobjectionable. UXl'KNSKS. GOOD UOARD.room, find, etc . per week iu private family, $J.a5- perpecteil lor furnishing nn opportunity to nil have just who wnnt to enter n CI.UU, in which the estimated cost ol board, room, etc., per week is but f.i 25 to $1 Kach boy will netd to supply hlmscll with bedding, chair, Ktc. The organization nnd miiinueineut ol the Club Anyone desirwill be under the General Supervision ot the PRKIDKN l ing to enter the Club must infirm us nt once, that provisions may be made for him. IN ADVANCK. TUITION $3.oo Collegiate Dcpntmcut, per term often weeks bi-P- -- op Tin: "When discovered by Columbus natives called it Cuba, niter which the invadors called it Juana, Fcrnandina, v Santiago and Ave Maria, Then again going hack to its first name, Cuba. Said by eomo writers to bo the name ol a small fruit Cuba winds lound upon the island. its way through tho sea about eight hundred miles and is eighty miles wide. Its coasts are low and scolloped with a dozen or inoro harbors ot moro The surfaco of or less importance. the island raises from its marshy coasts interior to an altitudo oi one milo above tho level of the Bea. About three hundred years ago the famous fortress "Moro" was erected as n defense to Havana. Living un der the rule of a Despotic Governor, ceucral thev are not a people, but have about 400 miles of railroad, and make extensive sugar, plantations. colleo and tobacco Goaded by a Spanish yoke the story of Cuban cruelties were never half told. Their history written by their matters will never touch the truth of their struggles and their sutlerings. y Their existence is only one of life For ages they have and want. sullenly licked the band that struck them down living in a commercial bondage year alter year the toils of oppression have welded stronger the chain that binds them into desperation, a resort to arms was tho only hope of asserting their rights. All of a sudden little bands of soldiers organized and armed them selves throughout the island, and lonely campfirealitthe provinces from east to west and from tho Sierras to tho sea, and many a conflict has marked the map of Cuba throughout her borders. In their present struggle the CubanB have the sympathy of the out side world in the sense only of "the under dog." Failing to receive recognition from any neighboring nation the Cubans have never looked to us or other powers for help, but have pushed their way from one province to an other for hundreds of miles, driving the Spanish army from every strong hold, leaving in their stead empty villages and barren fields, capturing many prisoners and all the horses and cattle , recruiting, supplying the Cuban forces until they have marched within a dozen miles of Havana. In the mean time tho Spaniards bavye s'trenghened their fortifications in ('lefence of the capital and are shelter under fortress Moro and other bulwarks, mounted by a hunAt this writing the near dred guns appoach ofthe conqueringCubans ex cites the greatest alarm nt Havana, every person who is able is forced into service. In a short time Havana must Cora-pa- s. fall under the flag of Gomez or proj-reesive pen-uarex-tre- HARmxsnimn, Jan. 9. defiHas Taken a Rest. The esteemed Hartford Herald has ceased In some ciencies by increased incomes." measure, the disgusting and absurd Tub free silver men are going to twaddle about "nigger" and "nigger on equality" with which it was havo a conferenco at Washington the 22nd of January, for tho purpose, some two weeks ago, to enprobably, of trying to ascertain what tertain (?) its readers. The less it hns has become of the assests upon which to sav about such matters, the higher they wcro doing business a year ago. It will rise above the atmosphere of prejudice and "Calamity Carlisle" has gone with wliich it is pleased nt tune to The gold Is summons itsell. on another Bond Sale. being taking from the Treasury to Repkhs to Ancient History. The rcscrvo is now The Republican press ot Kentucky pay for them. vio12,000,000 below the safety line. has "spells" of greater or These Democrats are good manager, lence, lrom time to time, icgniding auywav. the Presidential p issibilities of Governor Bradley. The Owensboro TribDuuiko the present Democratic une has recently exhibited pronuunc-e- l symptoms ol approaching paroxAdministration the commercial valuo ysms. It shrieks lor Bradley for of tho United States has depreciated and in an excursion into its former value. moro than ono-ha- lf We could buy all of Cuba for one Ancient History cornpire.s him to per cent, of our loss in three years. Xerxes, king oi the Medes and PerTruly, Democracy comes seldom, but sians, who bid the Hellespont ub side, and to the Roman Cuitives who it comes high. leaped into a yawnlngchasm that the Unless there are great and wholly impsriil city might biswe 1. It i nil well, and eminently proper th.it Gov. unexpected developments, tho minority in the present Houso will, before Bradley should receive the praises ot many months, be recognized as the his lellow citizens. No political honors could be bestowweakest, stupidest and most brainless ed upon him that he would not wear withthat over sat in that body. It is witti matchless grace. The fulsome-ness- , out leaders, without issues, and with however, ol some ol the praises outa policy. It doesn't know what sung iu his honor are disgusting. it is there for, and its iguorance ou While the Tribune was at it.it that point is shared by tho whole should have dived still deeper nccus-toutenarrow-mindednesles-ie- r Fre.-ide- nt tll RANDOM NOTES. A gentlennn from Hartiord attended church out in the country a lew nights ngo, and was approached by the minister who hnd lived in that neighborly h1 all ol his liie, mid asked if he iv.ii not. stram-e- r there, 1 countrv. has been ducovored that Amadbassador Bayard's dress on Scotland is substantially one he delivered several times before colleges and societies in this country. That does not help tho case any, however. A private citizen or a member of Congress may do and say a great many discreditable things which cau npt be tolerated when done and said br the country's accredited represenKansas tative in a foreign court. City Journal. It An Ohio Judge has given the new increased responsibilities. woman He has decided that wives are legally responsible for the support of their husbands and their families, provided the husbands themselves are unable Tho law of to furnish the support. Ohio is very similar to that of Illinois, Iowa and California. The caso which called out the decision was a suit for a balance of $22 on a tailor bill of venerable date, and the wife, who bad real estate valued at 810,000 will have to pay it. into the realms of Ancient History and compared our brilliant Governor to Joshua of old whocommanded the sun and moon to stand still and they did it. It it had gone still lurther bck it might have lound n striking comparison lor the condition in which the Democratic pjrty finds itself at the present "In the beginning," the Good Book says, "God created the heavens and the earth," "and the earth was without form nnd void; and darkness was upon the fact ot the deep." That is to say, the earth in the beginning resembled the Democratic party as it is It was without torm and void, and darkness was over it and around and about it, Robin Hood. whereupon the alorc-ai- d gentleman told him he lived near there and own. ed a l.irce farm in one hall nilie ofthe church. The minuter looked per plexed, and asked him to call around and see his ftmily, and he is still looking lor the farm, but as yet tins been unable to lind it. A righ amusing incident, the hero of which was my talented friend. lint-e- st Anderson, occurred at the ln.st dance on the Latham floor Mr Anderson has been devoting all ol his days and much of his nights to the study nnd practice ot law lor severnl Indlgnlton nnil nynptlMin. Versailles, Ky., Dec. 15, 1895 My husband suffered with dyspepsia and indigestion for three years and the physicians did not cure him. Finally he began taking Hood's and the first bottle helped him so much, that he kept on taking illa it together with Hood's Fills, and he now looks likea sew man." Mrs. Should the Cubans fail, they fall without a friend to the lowest depths Uut should thoy gain ot serfdom. their independence, a 'new Republic Loud would bo would be formed. their praise from other nations, and glittering crowns of honor would gleam down upon their heroic achieveacs ments, and their independence knowledgcd by the nations of tho earth. con at Frankfort Tuesday at noon, vened and immediately proceeded to the As has been election of a Speaker. announced Hon. Chas. Blanford, ot Breckinridge county, was unanimousAll the ly chosen lor the position. minor offices were filled by comptent The Senatorial fight Republicans. The joint caucuB in earnest. iion will likely be held about tho20tb. Dr. Hunter, it is claimed, has been losing strength in the last few days. Great deal ot interest is being manifested in the race, and everybody is anxiously awaiting the announcement of the next United States Senator. Bettie Brifler. Hood's Fills cure sick headache, biliousness. KUM'llUlt NI'IIINGN. The announcement ot Col, J. S. R. Wedding for Delegate to the Republican National Convention from the Fourth Congressional District, meets with the hearty endorsement of Republicans lrom this place, where Mr. Wedding was born and spent his boyhood. Col. Wedding is an nble law-ve- r and stands easily in the first rank of Kentucky orators, and a long and effective service rendered to the Republican party, in which he has sacrificed a great deal of time and money, richly deserves the honor he asks of his fellow citizens. Kentucky, proud State that she is, has plucked another spoke from the wheel of social progress by burning to death a man and n woman whose crime, if shamelul, did not abridge the rights of their destroyers. Adjectives are exhausted in denouncing the fanatical followers ot apostle ot Mecca, for inhuman butcheries, the Celestial Eraplte is admonished with terrible anathemas to restrain its pagan hordes from the shedding ot blood, while in our own country ol boasted enlightenment, where every hill is studded with aschoolhouse and every valley gemmed with a church, a tnobot inhuman characters, tq cowardly to face the door that sheltered its victims, deliberately rousted to death two human beings.oneof whom When the powers ot was a woman. Europe haveellected reforms in Amer ica, would it not be well to invite them to turn their attention to the United States? Nothing short ot the hanging of a few of the leaders of these murderous mobs will put a check on this cowardly vengeance and the good work should begin nt once. Have we not, as people, in our mad tush for wealth, cast social orders to Will our greed for the winds? gold, like the Middle Age thirst for power, result iu moral decay? Kid Greer.ot the Christian Church, and Rev. Fhallen, of the Methodist Church, will engage In a debate on Christian Doctrine at New Baytuus Church some time this week. J.T. The Kentucky Legislature The flon. E. T. Fanks.of Owens-borona candidate for Congress in Mr. Franks is the Second District. an ardent Republican and has a large following in his District. He was iustrumental in bringing about the magnificent victory of the Republicans in the State at tho last'' election, and s - should bobe uomiuated he will certainly be elected. Tho District went Republican in tho last election. An Executive, who stands as a menace to tho manufactures of the East and as an enemy of the producers of tho West, and not a friend of the South has made of his term ot office, tho longest days, mouths and years to our struggling masses over endured by a people living under a republican form of government. Tim financial panic during tho last Administration has been the saddest this country ever experienced, and the failures of the last year just clos. cd were larger by two per cent, thau any year since the panic began. umiaTinnnrnn wiMmzwaynirfTrF! J, Dunn returned to where he is studying telegraphy last Wednesday. He expects to be ready to take charge of and office In the course of a month. Grayson C. Hardius-bur- g Gazette. years and, until recently, has given society the marble heart Since this the naval bills have at Annapolis, at which he was always a pruminentfig-ure- , the two steps has been introducThe best anodyne and expectorant for the cure of colds, coughs, and all ed. Friday night, when a pretty Rirl throat, lung, and bronchial troubles, told him that she would be delighted to dance with him. Mr. Anderson is undoubtedly, Ayer's Cherry Pecto ral, the only specific for colds and thought "Nanhattan Beach" was a coughs admitted on exhibition at the polka and started oil accordinly. His companion immediately discovered Chicago World's Fair. that something was wrong and said: UASI1AM. ." A happy revival meeting has just closed "Why, this is a A at Magan which is said to have been thought flashed through the Owensboro man's mind. "Certainly," he the best in the neighborhood lor years. Thereweresever.il additions said, "but surely you do-- 't dance so as the two- to the church and nine were biptizel anything step. I was making the iuitial steps Sunday last. This reminds us that to the Walhalla Waltz! Is it possible this neighborhood is making good it hasn't reached Hopkinsville yet?" progress tor the better, with the grand The couple sat down and argued jury to run the law breaking from the the respective merits ol the two step community and the church to recall and the "Walhalla" until the tune some from their wicked ways a nd changed into a shottische, which Mr. now if the county would only tike Anderson dances to perfection, as the steps to throw up a much needed young lady soon learned. She never levee between this place, and Hines' did know that the "Walhalla" was Mill so that the children living near an invention inspired by Mr. Andtr- - ' the creek could get to school.we think son's non acquaintance with the this community might be able to rank Hopkinsville New lira. with the foremost in the county, but as it is, t'aose living near the creek When first I sought Cecilia, she can't attend school when there is any Had lovers then in plenty. water in the low lands, as it covers And looked on medisdaintully Because I was but twenty; the excuse lor a road the larger part For she, you see, was twenty three of the year in places. Which made so much older Born to Uie wife of W. M. Johnson That, though I her wooed her ardently. the 4th, a girl. Mother and child doShe could uothave been colder; And when I swore, with faltering ing well. tongue, The oldest child of Mr. Sam Kelly 1 and no died night ol the 4th, She loved her and saidother, the laughed, I wastoyoung, but we were unable to learn the parMust go home to my mother! ticulars except it was a girl and died How fast the years have sped away! with laryngitis. Zr.AM.KT, I'm gettinc old I'm thirty! Hall's Vegetable sTcilian HalrRe-new- er But Cissy s youth has made delay She's twenty-siand flirty. is unquestionably, the best Now she on me smiles tenderly, preservative of the hair. It is also And her heart is so warm, it curative of dandruff, tetter, and all Would yield itself quite- - readily If I shoul care to storm it. scalp affections. But when I think of marriage now Dr. Ntniilry Nlrll, My thoughts are ot another, In a special correspondent to the And Cissy's chance is good, I vow, Ot staying with her mother. Louisville Commercial from Frankfort Monday the following appeared about an Ohio county boy who i3 in JINGO W. H. Morris and Rev. J. D. NeN that city, "Dr. A. F. Stanley, of Render Ky , sou are on the sick list. Mr. Buck Hinton and lamily, of whp was injured in the recent steam header explosion on the C. & O. roul, neirllellin,have moved to this neighnear Louisville, and who rescued one borhood. ot the Greer children lrom the flames An interesting meeting is in progon that occasion, is confined to His ress nt Marvins Chapel at present, room at theCapital Hotel, buffering conducted by Rev. T. G. Fnllin, ot from concussion of the brain, caused Lewisport. Great interest is being by a heavy valise filled with baggage n.anilesteil nnd souls are being saved. being throw with terrific force against Rev, Richardson being detained at ( liis head." home on account ot sickness, J, T. Morris has mide a business The "Lee ol Virginia" series will trip to Muhlenberg county this week. begin in the next (February) number B nnd L. Combs delivered a drove Popular Monthly, of hogs nt Deaver Dam this week. 01 Frank Leslie's with the introductory nrticle specially J, L. Allen was in B.nver Dam this writteu for it by Mrs1 Roger A. Fry-o- r, week on business. upon "The Ancestors of General A. J. Renfrew's school closed last Robett E. Lee," in England and in Friday evening with n nice entertainColonial Virginia, nnd the times in ment, which was highly enjoyed by which they lived. This article, and thos-- present. those to lollow, will be profusely IlProf Willis, of Udmonson countv, lustrated, the whole forming an au- is visiting in the Sauunydale neigh thoritative pictorial chronicle of the borhood. distinguished family which has given Concord Church had a call meeting to America so many statesmen, last Saturday to nrrange to attend the and types ot chivalrous patordination services of Rev Io B Rogriotism, ers at Hartford on the 15th and 16th. a m ii JUDP.LL. Why Hi (iillitreii Tell l,lw? We give it up We have often Rev. I. P. Hicks will address the wondered why grown people tell lies, but have never been able to answer people at Beda the third Sunday in the question satisfactorily. II, how- this month on the subject of Baptism. ever, children lie lrom a different rea- It is bis object to show what Cumberson than the one that prompts grown land Presbyterians believe it to be the pepple to do so, pcrphaps Dr. Nathan Scriptural Mode of baptism, two-step' two-stes war-riots, Dr. Mary Wulker, who forty years ngo preached the gospel of dress reform to tho women of this country, and who was arrested In many cities for dressing and appearing in public in male uttive, is the apostle of u scheme for the bloomer girls, sftys the Now York Herald. Dr. Mnry has bought a farm containing ono hundred und thlrty-fivacres of land seven miles west of New York city, and proposes to form n colony in which man shall hnvc no part. Only women who will bind themselves to a life of celibacy while members of tho community nnd to wcarbloomcrs for life arc tobe eligible. They will work tho farm in all Its details, plant uud harvest tho crops, dlsposo of them in market Hnd take care of tho stock. "Wc will nil live in a lnrge, commodious fm inhousc, for which I have plans prepared," Dr. Walker said. "Every member will have her own room, l'ortloros will take the place ofdoois. Stciim will bo employed for heating purposes, und there will be bathrooms and every convciilcnco to be found in n nnd modern houso. "I shall yivo my personal supervision to the establishment. Members, however, will elect officers twice u year to conduct it. Thcro will bo an uudiling board to look after all accounts, an improvement board to look after Improvements to the property, und 11 governing board. "It shall be the duty of the chairman of the latter to report nil Infraction-, of rules by members. There will be two judges chosen. One will havo powers similar to n police magistrate; tlu other will havo a position analogous to our general term. Those accused of Infractions of the rules will be tried by n jury of five, uud, if not satisfied with the judgments of the lower courts, they can appeal to me. 1 will sit as a court of last resort. "The rules of evidence as governing our state judiciary will apply. There will be no imprisonments; all punishments will consist of withdrawal of privileges for a certain length of lime. If "wo should get into our fold undesirable women, who flirt or gad about with men when they go to market, or on other occaslous. they will, after suitable warning, bo expelled. All females of good clmracter, between the ages of Alteon and thirty-fivyears, are eligible for membership. I am certain thut the farm can be made to support fifty or seventy-fivpersons. "Each member will havo n share in tho profits after the expense for board nnd clothing has been deducted. Tie remainder will go into n general fund for betterments and the purchase of adjoining lands, If it Is deemed necessary and the community grows us rapidly ns I bolleve It will. I have not decided whether it would be wise to exact an initiation fco or not. If it is so decided It will be comparatively small. "Any member will, after thren years in the community, be eligible to retire, tawing with her the amount of tho Initiation fee, it one has been s charged, uud of her share of the earnings, the other eighth to go into the general fund. "My great object is to educate and to turn out new women, ns the newspaper men term them. They will be nomen who have governed themselves. I expect lots of politics in the community, nnd the members will soon be able to hold their iwn, I warrant, with some of the statesmen of tho present day. "IJesides, it will not all be farm work. There will be many hours each day for study, and the curriculum will be as broad and, extended us that In any of our universities. There will be frequent lectures in a largo assembly room that I propose to have, und current literature, politics and questions of the day will be discussed. Tho members can ride bicycles, and a number will be kept for their use. "There will bo horses, but no side saddles. My girls will ride astride, as do the men, nnd 1 predict thut three years of life In our institution will inaho the members the peer of any man physically or mentally. I will not make rules that will defy nil tho laws of nature nnd exert pledges binding for life. That of dress will be tho only life pledge that will bo o ft bo' Preparatory Department I runary Intermediate 1 7. Advnnred li. R RAY, President. For futther inloruntiou address or visit W-P-e- i M .V WM.KK.'t.S-'- y. JNJ li ,- .,, I....W.I... ,,j......,- 5.o ! TU'Lll 5Tj ' llfh .It" VV, ""Brar1- to oarson R & CO. co. e SHIP YOUR PRODUCE HERNDON-CARTEINCORPORATED e We handle every tiling on commission, nnd do the largest business, having more buyers than other houses. Careful, prompt, nnd honest dealing is the secret of our success. Correspondence invited, l'rice currents mailed free. 313-31- 0 Murrcll Court and 110 Third Btrcot, LOUISVILLE, KY. seven-eighth- d Ilnrnrtl mill Mini lej in llrx'li. Last Friday's Courier-Journa- l h.s the following to sav regarding a wreck on the C, O. & S. W railroad, In which were two prominent Ohto county men: "As the train due in this city nt 5:30 o'clock, approached the dossing ot the Louisville Southern tracks, on Fourteenth stieet. thehcitcrexplodcd and filled the front end ol the car with steam and threw burning coils 111 every direction. The teat i.lxi to the heater was occupiclby Mrs Grcir and her children and they itemed the full force ol the lljiug coils.wlu e ashes were thrown nv.r hall the length of the car. Mrs Crier's c oth ing took fire, but it v.u exti ijjublnd by the passengers, while Dr. A I' Stanley, ol Render, Ky.. rescued her old boy. He was bad-llittle four-yea-r burned about the head and hire. A ten year-olson s clothes took fire and before the flames wereextiuguish-,ehe was severly burned around the 11 y d d , The huMniss public are requested to c ill nt the office ol Till'. Ul'.l'L'lil.l-ca- n nnd sec simple of its work in thejob printing line. Wc nre prepared to txecute all orders for job work on short notice nnd nt reasonable prices. Our miteri.il is new nnd of the latest designs, nnd our workmen the very best. Our work will be u,i to date in every particular. Your orders are Jul, I'rlmiiiK. s solicited ELECTRIC TELEPHONE AdipUi RoM ontrttht. no rent, no to ClU, Wllur or Country. SmM In artr, QrvftlottfOQTtB. hnmi,,hnr,pU)roi.Qdofflt lenco una tMt Mltar on Mirth. AffrnU innlMt Trom t3 fo$30nr tin In rrIJtnc ibmo a 4) to oil tho nrUhhori. i in ln.trumntr, no tors, workt for nrrttro, anrdUUnos. boOomHoto.roMr ono, pump by oar niwi whcnithlppod Con nut of order, no ropolrlnt , lot. o llfo tlni Warrant! Araooaf maitr. Hrila W. P. Harrison & Co .Clerk. tO.Caiuakui, 0. rrltr. lr. nrr I body. Ki,r Snip . good, nice lot of household and kitchen luruiturc.consisting ol beds, bedding, chairs, stove, bedroom furniture, also nice parlor set and carpets. Apply at this office. tf A "The noise ot the explosion attract ed the attention of those in the smoker, among whom was Mr. Greer. With the assistance of Dr. Stanley he managed to get the children quiet long enough to sec that they could be removed to their home at 2513 Montgomery street. "J M Harnett, of Hartford, Representative from Ohio county, occu-- p ed u seat in company with Dr Stanley near the heater, but escaped injury. One or two other pisscngers Wire slightly burned by tne steam.', Children Cry for , Pitcher's Castorla. Whenever the little children, the ladies or the big men want something to regulate their liver or cure constipation nnd biliousness, Dr Hell' Tiny Tonic Tablets is w hat they must have They cure nnd you nevtr feel it. Purely vegetable. ?$c a vial. Z. Wayne Griffin & llro. asked. "I expect come to us tutelago to to become When such thoso who will go forth from our enter the homes of men wives and mothers. time comes thoy will know how to bo both, and how to raise and educate families that will reflect crcdltsipon tho nation of now that many of Marvin Brandon has taken the agency for the American Steam Laundry, of Princeton, Ky,, and will send goods on Monday and deliver It on Mr. C. B. Sullcngerhns purchased Friday. The work is the very best. the meat business ot McDowell Bios. Save your work for him. The U. S. Gov't Reports Nervous and Weak Hood's Snranparllla Mndo Him Different Man. I show Royal Baking Powder superior to all others. Young men or young women nspir- ing to any vocation in life should tutu mc uuivuiu .tiwiia iuuiiuiui-rounds of the ladder of time tire filled to overflowing, but there's always room at the top, That's where Dr, for colic, cholera Bell's Anti-Flnnd dinrrheca stands. It's soldat 35c and 50c on n guarantee by. Z. Wayne i ux women." Takes After His Sister. A nineteen-year-olbrother of Mclbu bus developed a good tenor voice. d Griffin & Bro. I irirlciiry Aiiprerlnlnl. o u u ru o r ( Mr, John T. Mo'ire hnsbeen a clerk in lliu llink nt Hnrttord lor feeral yeaisaud hII tliron jh that time he has showed his good qualities nnd business iilnlity, so much o, that he was elected Assistant Cishter l.st Febu-rarwinch tnsitloii lu his luld ever since. The Hoard of Directors recog-nf- d Mr Mnore's litncs lor the position ami lemcmbered him 111 n substantial way by voting him nu increase ! salary lor the last yenr, He hns the 'nmnunttnt! to $6,011 entire confidence of his emuloyt-rsand always mafcM it his duty to he attentive ti business, kind and courteous to the customers Thisis whit we call recognition In the right way, and was a woitby compliment bestowed upou u worthy young man. John Moore is one of the bet younsr men Hartford ever pioduce.l and is fast rising in the financial world. Here's hoping that he may some diy be President of the largest Bank in the world. , Feel ra o dly lo-da- y? We . Im-n- H. Xttwy Ur. Eureka Springs, Ailc. "I cannot find words In which to express my thanklulnwa for what Hood's Bum-ptrl- ll bu dons for my huiband. II wu afflicted with rheamatlim and tba grip. lie loit bla appetite, was nervous and hia acttona became ilugglih, having no life at all about him. He aeemtd he fihyilcal wreck. At lost and decided to Bareaparllla, alter talc-Itwo bottles he telt aa though be was well. He oontlnued taking it, Bud today be teela and look) Ilka W. j ak Oils discard repeatedly, because j often follow trifling 1 ti J It you are weak irtncrallv ex-riuuiicu. nervoui, Itavu no appetite and can't work, tcRln at once tak. ble aereiiKthcnlnfi; meillclm, which la Urown'a Iron Bitten, benefit cornea from tlii very 6nt n? liiKthttmott relia- Different Man. Oar home li never vlthoat Hood'i A Bitters Dyspepsia, doie. Bar- - eaparllla. We will not aecept any other lrom our drugglit. Hood'a BaraaparllU IT CURES S Hood'ssp I cannot be recommended too highly. We cheerfully recommend Hood'a Banapa-rlll- a and Hood'a I'llli." Mas. W. U. LlMZT, Box 6TS, Eureka Bprlnga, Ark. Hood's Pills cure com tlpaUonbyreitorlng tlieperliUlUaacUoauiU' allno' tary euiaL Cures Troubles, Neuralgia, m Constipation, Impure Blood, Malaria, Nervous ailments S Women's complaints. 5 Cct only the genuine It hat eroded red JJ lines on the wrapper. DROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, M0. Kidney and Liver S g A' ! nmuwsgr it V THE OLDEST AND THE BEST Cough-cure- i , tho most prompt nml effective remedy for dlienscs of tlio throat mid lungs, is Air's Cherry l'ectoriil. As nil emergency medi cine, for the cure of Croup, Soro Throat, Lung lVivcr u n (I Whooping Cough, jfTPPB AYER'S Cherry Pectoral riinnot bo equaled. (J:. M. HllAWL-KY).!), I)K See. of tho American Hap- tlst Publishing Society. Petersburg, Vn., endorses It, as u euro for violent colds, bronchitis, etc. Dr. Hrawlcy nlso adds: To all ministers suffering from throat troubles, 1 recommend THIS IS f' A COLUMNI It is our colum. It is ours became want it. wo It is ours because we pay the Editor cash for it. Dictionary says a col umn is "something placed perpendicularly and usid for support." That's it, this'column C helps support the paper; also help3 support our customers every time it calls their attention to articles on which we can save them money. ft at E M -- We can save you money on Underwear We can save you money on Ulsters. We can save you money on Overcoats. We can save you money on Suits. We have a large stock of winter necessities. Wouldn't have it if we didnot buy it cheap; would not buy it cheap unless we intended to share the savings with our customers. Kersey I Pants Are a specialty with us this year. FAIR BROS. & CO. Hartford, Ky. "Oh, me, oh, my, goody goodness, poor me," again enmo to her ears. "Poor soul," called out tho old tlie money. woman as she hastily ran toward tho Dr. i$. W. Ford was jestcrday Tii" guests repirta splendid evening. sound of tho voice. "Whatover is Misses Maggie Null and Mary E. .elected to the position ot County Phy Mr. C. W. Parrott returned to his the matter?" Taylor went to Louisville Wednesday sician, Dr. Pord is a rising young ho Louisville Sunday. ic in "Ob, me; oby my, goody good." for n low dajs. physician with u bright luture before Miss Viola Pirtle went to Hartford There, before her, all bedraggled Wednesday where shar will visit and The new Board of Town Trustees bun was a parrot which in somo mysterious way had have been sworn in, and have entered The contract for building the irends. upon their duties. Pev. Logan Martin, Fordsville, escaped from its owner and got lost Court House ler.ee will probably be in the storm. The old colored worn-'a- n Misses Annie Kogle and Mamie let out, ptiAaUlyJ and the work will w is in town Monday, picked up the bird and carried it Awarded Medal at World'i Fir. Mr. Foster McKenncy,Logansport, finish as Boon as the Ross went to Louisville yesterday to be pused to a into tho kitchen, whero its ruffled PILLS Cure Llur and Stomach Trouble. AYERS work cnu be done. siut Saturday and Sunday in town feathers were smoothed down nnd a spend a lew das. wiili his brothers. supper of porridge given to it. Mrs. We protect ourcustoiuersby giving Mr Robt. Miller and MUs Delia Mr. II. D. Hunt, who has been Urown kept tho bird for a week or Call on Itullingtou, thebirhcr. then the lowest prices audbcit good; Sanders, of Horse Branch, were marsi k for several weeks is improving'. ten days, but flo what she would try us, SUv ns & Rial. ried oyJuugeMorton in tueCl:rksollice Wc cin't be under Mild Master Forest Martin is ill this polly absolutely refused to speak Cahson iS: Co. Mr. Rave McManaiua, who clerked Wedutsdiy. They were accompanied after it had once seen her black and v jk. to Hartlord by Mr. J. W. Milller and Mrs J. T. Lynn has returned lioni shiny face. Trade sitli Stevens & Kinlnml sa e ior Anderton's Ilium seveiul jcars Miss Saddle Sanders. "I kop' dnt bird twell he mado mo ngo, wis in tow n this week. n isit in Louisville. money. crowd ol boys enjoyed the night tired," said Mrs. Brown In telling A Mr. A. R. Carson, who has been Hon. Jno. J, Mcllenrynnd wife and tho story afterward. Col S K. Dent has been In town Car-ur- n v Anting last Saturday night. Miss Isibelle McHenry lelt jesterday clerking lor ihc popular firm of "Dar he would set all day, bllnkln' this week Mrs Long, housekeeper lor Mrs. c: Lo lot ttiu iusl.seM.tul years, viii i" t, "Uf'lle. lorn li v J P. McKeuney has returned irom a his eyes at mo jes' as solemn as a ole Mr. Cn.w. get n,i;.it Minday in nevoid his luiiueciiou wuli that firm t j weeks visit in Rochester. preacher man an' not a word outer The third term 01 liurlturu College yesterday. LtitchGeld. He has not decided as The young ladies who received him not as much even as a peep. will open next Monday. Alargenum-be- r yet wtiat he will do, but it is bulges from the "Beaver Dam Band" Doan' know why he wouldn't talk, Those CakeH and Cracker at Stevo: new pupils will be in attendcase I do know dat ho could, fob he reasonable to suppose that he will wih to extend many thanks through ens & Rial's arc fine. Tim RuruiiMCAN. was 'yawpin mighty powful like ance. not-bIdle very long. His place will Tlie R 15 G's received a nice letwhen I ketched him out dar by the Mr. Vnril Miller, Hnsor, has been visMrs. Dr E. W Ford has been be filled by Miss Lena Carson. ter this week Irom Mrs. G. C. Martin ash barrel dnt night. Well, sah, I in tinn this week w ho was once a member. iting htr patents, Col nnd Mrs W. finnllv bouoht nnuddpr nnrrnt fori tn In this issue you will find the anCapt. W. W. Server, of the Sir You cat! alwas find tlie best gro. II. Moore, Sulphur Springs, this nouncement ol Dr. G. II. Gumaer, City ol Clarksville was in town this keep tho tramp bird company like week. an' sec et he wouldn't spruce up an ctriri nt Stevens & Kial's. Attyc. Dr. w ek on business. Specialist, ol Evansville. Ind. do some talkin'. But hit didn't do a Scrofula lurk-- t in the blood of near- Gumaer has given severalyears to the Dun t l.ill to bee our Cloaks. no good whlchevah an' I concludes INDIAN TREASURE TROVE. ly every one, but Hood's Sarsaparitla study ol his profession, and is well Cahson & Co for to got rid of him. Yistiddy a drives itlrom the sstem and makes equipped to treat any case in his line Geld Buried a Generation Since Dug 'white 'ooman cum to do house an' We are determined tj sell our Up In the Black Hills. When pute blood. which may come belore him. axes me for ono ob de birds. I tole Caksus ic Co. Clothing. At Rosebud agency a secret exher to take do tramp ez ha wa'nt no in Kvansville give him a eall.or write We don't propose to carry one pedition is bolug planned to go out, good nohow. Well, sah, no sooner lltrn tolhe Mileuf Mr. II II Tuy-loregarding your disease. Cloak over for next season. Come to him under tho guidance of some of tho did she git do pesky devil on her Heaver I) mi nil lite 6lh. a girl. Mr. J. D Loiis and latiiity pissed old braves, and plunder the grave of shorldah an' start to leavo de house Carson & Co. nnd secuie one nt less Il.iflitidi Ilium,; PjivMersuliieb st than hall price an old Sioux chief who has lain den he straighten up wonderful an' through town last Friday evening on tlie marUu .in I uil get in re fir to Bowling Green Ky, They buried since 1854. In his grave is shout out: 'Oh, look at de nlggah; Judge R. R. Wedding has closed started on November 12 from Shel-roc- k believed to be $50,000 in gold coin, look at de nlggah.' You could hab your nioiie) . long supposed to be worthless trinkhts school, nnd will enter at once upKnocked me down wif a feddah I wuz Butler county. Iowi, to come Call on Stevens & Rial and get a on the practice of law. He will office ets. When the Mormons wero ml-dat stunned. I cain't account foh overland. They were Will equipped ating to Utah from Nauvoo they( box ot Mallard Baking Powders. It with the County Attorney. for traveling, and had met with no passed through an Indian village of hit at all an' I'm moughty glad dat is the very best. Chicago Mr. I. D. Howard, who has been in misfortunes on the wiy. It is their about 6,000 people, situated where he's gone, de rascal." Judge W. L Hawkins is died the hotel business nt Fords ville lor a intention to settle near Bowling Fort Laramie now stands. During Chronicle. nt tlie icsidence of his son, Mr. number ol years, has moved to Rock-por- t, TRICKS OF THE TRADE. the march a cow that had become Green. Sttother Hawkins, Tuesday. lame was lost and was butchered by; They Aro In the High Diving Business Ind , where be will eugagc in The following named persons have the Indians. The Mormons comas In Other Things. We me selling; our Millinery goods like business. plained to a lieutenant in command! paid their subscription to Tun "What bothers most people who price. at ltss than half Nest Tuesday n popular young lady L S. of a squad of 27 men. Tho lieutensince our last issue: think anything about tho subject," Caksok & Co. ant was young and fresh and he ot Hartlord will be married to a young Smith. Centertown; f. B. Howard, promptly demanded that tho Indians said Kearney P. Speedy, a high Mr Tnomas Marks and family, of gentleman who was a former resident W. R. Jones, Fordsville; W M. diver, who began his public career should be turned over to him. This by jumping head first from the St. No Creek, are moving into Mr. T. L. ol this place. The wedding will take Fleener, Cromwell; Silas Taylor, being denied, he boldly charged the Louis bridge four or five years ago, GnUii.'s houie in the Eastern part ot place in Owensboro. Roe Raymer Beaver Dam; village with the usual result. He to New a York Herald man, "is how town. C N. and his 27 comrades wero buried in We have reduced the price on our Robt. D. Nelson, Henderson; dive of fifty or sixty feet can be Clothing so that anyone can buy a Taylor, Horton; R. Holbrook, Louis a singlo grave, which is still cared made into a tank of thirty-siinches OOK AT new Suit or an Overcoat for a very Guenther, C. L, Field, Hartfoid; W. for by the government at old Laraof water. mie. M. Autry. Horse Branch. "You see, thoy confuse diving small sum ot money. Among tho leading spirits in this with quito a differCarson & Co. following marriagelicense have massacre was a prominent ISlqux The aro neient thing. Bridge-jumper- s prices for the next Cash An election has been ordered for a been issued since January 1, 1896: chief called Winding Hawk, who ther jumpers nor divers they're week: vote on the whisky question at Fords- Alonu Austin to Laura Fuqua, Pales- brooded over tho exeoution of his droppers; that is, they reach the 8c per lb ville. Bacon The petition was lodged lor tine Chapman to Ada Taj lor, M. M. comrades, and in revengo held up a lower rods of the bridge truss and government annuity ambulance. drop feet foremost into the water. 22jic Albuckles Collte record Monday and the election will Pate to Agnes Dennis, W. II. Ferguge " " be held "about the 20th or 25th ol Feb- son to Daisy Hudnell, Ino. B. Tnlor Tho coach contained about $50,000 The trick is to maintain the perpenLard in currency and the same amount in N. 0. Sticnr 22 lbs for $1 ruary. to Efiie Kahn, Wm Peters to Ade'ia gold coin. The curronoy was recog dicular. They must have plenty of water under them, too. The high Austin, nized as valuablo by the Sorghum Molasses . . Smith, Jno. Fleener to 25c per gal Tue Board of Supervisors have R. M. Young to Minnie Crowder, R. who immediately appropriated it, diver, as you have seen, makes a Rice 7.'ic " lb clear dive, head first, just as a boy lien ns M. Miller to Delia Sanders, E A. and there Is a 4c " " been in .session this week nre pushd family at does from a springboard in swimBoard Harrison to Effie Pentiess. The Hominy Rosebud that is wealthy nqw in 3c " " ing their work rapidly. ming. ot that raid. The gold Oit Meal (lust) . . ujfc per package is composed ot some ot Ohio coun"I do it In very shallow water. I justdeal wero Rabins 8fc ptr lb ty's best citizens, who will comes be, The Important Notico. by coins, however, far aslooked upon as weigh, stripped, ono hundred and publisher must be notified tho Indians eighty pounds and never do any trinkets. So 100 " " ly with all business which Prunes. Jrtsli knew they had no money value, and training. I have been diving from letter when you want your piper disCan Peaches 15c per can tore them. If jou are indebted to the wero appropriated by Winding Hawk the top ot a circus tent all summer continued. Corn 10c " ' Mr. Jno. B. Foster will in a short publisher at the time you want your as his share. Later they burled into a tank but seven feet wido and Tomatoes toe " " while open an extensive dry goods paper stopped, the amount due must Winding Hawk nd with him, acinto water but three feet deep. We always keep the best quality ol store in Hartlord. Arrangements be remitted before jour request can cording to their custom, they buried "Tho shallow water dive Is possigroceries, nud by buying and selling He will be complied with. Subscribers to all his best bow and arrows, his most ble from tho same principle that a have about all been made. valuable furs and his now trinkets. lor STRICTLY CASH we cinnflord cannon or rifle shot meets the most stock in his line. keep a As the Indians became moro Intito give our customers the benefit of He is a good business man, aud no newspipers are held responsible by powerful the imarrearages are mate with tho whites and moro civi- resistance the more the courts until all the above prices. pact. You &jo, I give my body and doubt will have n large trade. lized they came to know the value of head a slight Inclination upward at paid. the gold coins, but, as the violation the instant I strike tho water, which W. M Pair has gone to keepMr Rev. Edwin Dri ry, of the Catholic ot an Indian grave brings, according causes me to pop up as a board OrilliiHllnu. ing house in the house on Market Church, will be in Hartford on the On next Wednesday nnd Thursday, to superstition, fatally bad luck, would do or an oar on tho feather. y Street recently vacated by Mr. C. R 20th and remain until the 24th ot this January tsthand i6th,a council there was no thougnt ot robbing old I learned this trick in the St. Louis Mirttn. Winding Hawk, until the young natatorium when a boy, practising month, and while here he will deliver ot ministers nnd laymen, a series ol lectures at the Court by their churches, will re- braves of the present generation, it in shallower watci and from a Fon Sai.K -- The "Republican Ban- House. He will lecture every night casting asldo the red man's supergreater height. Then thero is a spond to the call ot Hartford Baptist published nt Fordsville, Ky., ner." stitions as tboy acquired the white and should have a large audience. Church, lor the purpose of consider- man's lovo of gold, havo persuaded certain elasticity in tho water will be sold cheap for cash. Address known to the high diver, but the ing the propriety and necessity ol orP O. 3, Fordsville. Ky. The young ladies ot the Hypatinn daining Rev. Jo. B. Rogers, to the their fathers, who helped to bury trick is in tho strike and turn, for Winding Hawk, to go with them and water will break bones ond crush Rev J. P. Hicks addressed the peo- Society are arranging to have an enfull work of the Gospel Min stry. show them the spot, near Fort Larchests, as many a man knows." ple at the C. P. Church Sunday a. m. tertainment at the Court House on Arrangements have been made lor the amie, where Winding Hawk and hla next Friday night. They lnve quite entertainment ot all who may attend. gold treasure He buried. MinneapoAn Eyo to Business. 011 the importance nf making this year "the best one ol all " His sub- an interesting program, and 11s the All the exercises will be open to the lis Journal. He What did tho doctor say was ject at night was "Profit and Loss." proceeds will go for the benefit of the public who nre respectfully invited tho matter with you? SLAUGHTER OF SEALS. S wiety they should be well patron-ia- A. to attend, especially if you desiieto She Said I was run down. Read Tan Riu'Ubucan this jear, Prof. Stejenegar Reports on Their The Society is composed ot the know "What did ho recommend?" what Baptists believe on nil we have never had to reduce the price 'Depletion. young ladles ot the College. "Bicycle riding." .,,,..-.The services Scriptural questions. " order to get more names, but it Prof. Leonard Stejoneger of tho in business "I seo; will open nt 10 o'clock a.m. each day. Smithsonian institution, who is held would be Tnylor-Hnh- ii. yuu arc not Ukwg it we him, but j'ou'll run other peoplo for to bo an authority upon tho seal aud down." Yonkers Statesman. glad to enroll your name ou our list. Last Friday eveningat 7:30 o'clock, The pulpit nt night, including Tueshas roturned from B. Taylor was married to day night, will be occupied by able Bcal fishing, per year. Mr. John The price is still $1 25 lichring island. Tho professor went Linguistic Ability. Miss ElXe Kahn nt the resld ence of ministers Irom abroad, Mr. Lonnie, Camplield died at his to tho north in the beginning ot tho J. S. CoutMAN. bride in Cromwell, Rev. J. S. the Jinks My wife speaks four lanhome near Paradise 011 January the season on a specful mission for tho guages. Jan. 10, 1896. Chandler officiating. This is the fish commission and remained on tho 6th of consumption. Hewnsanex . Hlnks Mine only finds time to i consumation of a courtship extend Copper and Behring islands and at euiplnry young man, and leaves a . speak one. Detroit Freo Press. To Our rnlroun. ing back several years nnd unites the the port of entry for tho4sland, wile mid three small children, besides The time of jear haviug arrived hand and heart ol two promthroughout tho season a host ot friends and relatives to in which tho seals wero killed. inent and popular young people. when business men square accounts mourn his loss. "I was at tho Island the last time Doth the contracting parties have we desire that our subscribers see to SPECIALTY: twelve years ago, and I would hardly There will be an entertainment at been teaching in Ohio county for sev- squaring theirs with us also. By ex on your paper it can be icaltzo that the places were tho Eye, Ear, Noso and Throat, Pleasant Ridge on the evening of eral cars, nnd have many friends nmlng date January 17, it being the close of tlie who unite in wishing.them a happy ascertained how much is due us. same," said Prof. Stojeneger. "Tho KVANSVILLE, IND. war upon the seals has had a dreadfirst five months ot the Pleasant aud prosperous journey down the Those indebted to us are earnestly soOffice 4i6Upp. First st. ful ctlcct. Tho herds aro notably Ridge High School. The proceeds of rugged and uueaven pathway ol life. licited to come to the RwunucAN ofdepleted. Tho men Interested in tho rrr For fice and settle at earliest con 7enlence. Ntnblr. the entertainment will go to increase industry are alarmed, for they seo in Jfc want to sell ray livery business at Bear this in mind and act accordingly, library in the school ut that place. the this a dark future. I will mnko a McHenry, Ky., the stock consisting A CARD. It will be under the lunnagement of ear is at hand, we MoiiihI Trip MlHUT Tuiirml llnlca report to the fish commission at of 7 head of hones,4 buggles.a spring As the new on co, and in it I will show what a Profs. Lee B. Mills and Silai GriOiu. discharge n pleasantdntyin thanking from IKnvrr llniu, Ujr., to chango has como In tho sealing in wagons, 1 surrey, 1 road wagon, harfor the patronage exTex , $40 ooi Baton Rogue, Austin, you heartily AUvrrlUdI.ller. dustry in ten years. It is really an ness and fixtures o! all kinds. In List ol letters remaining in the tended to us in the past. We hope La., $27.00; Eddj,,N.M.,$54 85; Dent- nlarmlng situation when it Is con- (act everything to run a Post Office at Hartlord, which it not your dealings with us have been ns ing, N. M , 60 40; El Paso,Tex $60.-4sidered that this valuablo livery stable. Houston, Tex., $38 80; Jackson, called lor within 30 days will be sent profitable to vou as they were pleasanimal is being so rapidly killed Will sell tor cash or part cash and to the dead letter office at Washing- ant to us. Perfection is a rare thing Miss., (23.00; Mobile, Ala,, $23.00; off by tho seal hunters who follow balance good recurity. ton, D, C: in this world of ours, but we con New Orleans, Ls., $18 00; Natches, tho herd wherever It goes. In the No. t John CAMrnrar.. m Miss Mary Durr, Mrs, Ida Furger-sostantly aim to reach it in the execut Miss., $26 00: Sail Antonio, Tex., southern waters. It is to be hoped that an international agreement will CI.K4K 11UN. AlonzoAustin, Nathan Ash. Miss tionpljour orders. Our every in- $43.20; Vickburg, Miss., $23,00; Hot o be reached which will mako it Mrs. Brotha Woodward and little Hadlc Gipson, James Givens, J, A, creasing business bears witness that Springs, Atk.,$7 4s;EurekaSprings, to guard tho seal not only on son and Miss Ollis Blue of Daviess Holt, Dick Gentry, Miss Prankie our efforts are successful and appre- Ark., $23 30. county, visited Mr Mc Newcomb's tho Islands, but In tho sea." II. MltRIUCK, Act, Newman (2), R. L. Julian, J II Walk, ciated by our friends. We hope to The steamer Kotlk, Capt. Llnd-fals- t, family Christinas week, Mr, Jim Sanders has gone to Hanon which Prof. Stejeneger er, Jnmes Slndusky, J A.Robinson, see more of you in the future than we The World's Fuir Tests came, brougtit tho entiro number of cock county on business. have in the past, and shall, as we alKie Cooper, Esq. MUs mattle Leisure entertained a showed no baking powder seal skins, about 18,000, seourcd on Persons calling lor the abave letters ways have done, indeaver to please Russian islands, and they will, itvt pl her friends Saturday night, Yours for trade, you. will please say ndverti'ed. to pure or 10 great In leav theshipped from here to London. bo M.C Carson & Co. . W. II Gaii'FlN.P.M. onlng power as tho ?ojvi. 1$P . Stevens & Rial's Col.W. II. Moore, Sulphur Springs Wc carry a big liueolGroceilct and in iu town. Funltttrc. Carson & Co. Mr. Cornelt traded for some fine New Year will find loutr prices nt beef cattle this week. Stevens & Rial's. Miss Violn Pirtle, Beaver Dam, Mr. IJen I). Ringo was In Inus-vill- e was in town yesterday. this week on business. Rev. Jo. B. 'Rogers will preach at Remember IS. L Bulllngton when the Baptist Church Sunday morning ot 1 1 o'clock nnd Sunday evening at you want a good, easy sltnve. the regular hour for services. Hon. W. S. Morrlsson, Owcnsboro, Meagre news reaches us oi the kill was in town n few day Inst week Ing of a barkeeper nt Central City by Mr. O. T Westcifield mid wile arc Town Marshal Dee i'axtou Wednesvisiting relatives in Central City. day. No particulars could be learned. Mr. Wavne Griffin has returned to Quite a number of young people Danville, where he is attending spent a pleasant time with Miss Mary school. Nail Inst evening. Various games Why pay big prices lor groceries, were played and all enjoyed the ocget them nt btevens it Rial's for half casion highly. Sweet Plekleiat BEAVER DAM. 'tv. Chandler, Hartlord. filled his rt 'i,ar appointment here Sunday, lisrt Margarette II Clark Ins re turned from a visit to relatives in uisvllle. Miss Mntttc Taylor is out of school on account of a cut hand, ol. B. C. Scott, the Band Master, hns returned from a visit to his fatn-- 11 in Marlngo, Indlnnn. Iiss Mollie Duncan is visiting in Lv 0OLLY DREW THE COLOR LINE.' A Tramp Parrot That Showed Its Dlllike for Negroes. Over on the West side, In Chicago, old colored there lives a mammy named Urown Martltla Crown. She is n good soul, hardkind-faced Highest Honors Awarded World's Pair. Dlt' t 11. Misses Viola Pirtle, Lula Walker m Fannie Barnes nud Mr. C. W. P itrott spent Inst Friday night in the Co intry nt Mr. Millers. A birth day party wa3 given lait F lay night at the Austin House in hoior of little Miss Marie Austin. working, honest and earnest. Somo few weeks ngo Martltla heard a shrill scream in the back-yar- d of her modest homo, Sbo wa9 surprised for tho moment, but instantly recovering ran out ot tho kitchen door, and was startled with the cry of: "Oh, me; oh, my; oh, goody goodness, poor mo." It was night and tho old colored woman was compelled togrope about in tho yard In tho direction ot tho voice. vwcft CREAM BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. 1 Tin: NHi,i.Tnr:itr O MJ.l.N. mi.vi:ii jiavi: AYER'S here's to the sweetheart I never have seen, The one fairest woman ray idol, my queen Who thralls me witli mystery, calls me her own, And sweeps up the stairs of my heart to her throne, With a pride of possession so charmingly sweet That I smile at the confident sound of her feet, As I reach out my nrm:s with a sorry-lookin- Cherry Pectoral -- yearning that she Understands as she sinks on my welcoming knee, With n look so appealing, so fond and serene, have seen. The dear little sweetheart I never Her eyes arc the eyes of a dove, and her mouth Is a hint of old Egypt a dream of the South-- As it lies like an island ot rubies a shine In a'sea of worm lilies and all of them mine! No chisel ol Athens no grave of Rome No master abroad, nnd no painter at home, E'er colored a Venus or carved a As fair as my sweetheart I never have seen. lis I e I I I Paustine, Her voice is a lute, and the coil of her arm Is a cadence ot love, as she cuddles her warm Girlish head on my breast, while her lips seek my own With a rapture that's only an answering tone; I have gazed on the beantj have feasted my eyes Ou the fairest ot eatth, of climates But Greece hath no Helen, and Egypt no queen, To match with my sweetheart 1 never hare seen. James Newton Matthews, ia The New Bohemian. r, and skies; &"' 1 V:i .','0 b OC1IS- f? Par-adis- ville Dental x n4w.sL OwENsnono, STEVENS & RIAL K bridge-jumpin- g .... y Vi-rd- half-breed- half-bree- Gold Crowns $5 to $7 Porcelain Crowns 3 to 5 Best set ot teeth (no better made no matter hjw much you pay) . $8 Gold fillings $1 up Platinum Alloy $t Extracting, per tooth 25c extracting with Vitalized Painless Air 50c Extracting tree when Artificial nre ordered. Office permanentTeeth ly located When the children drink bad water and eat too much green fruit, or have the stomachache or diarrhoea Irom any cause, you needn't be alarmed about them. If you will get a 25c or 50c bottle of Dr. Bell's Anti-Plu- x they will be at play in half hour after the first dose. Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. first-clas- s pres-bjter- "OJd, yet ever new, and simple and beautiful ever," sings the poet, in words which might well apply to Ayer's Sarsaparilla the most efficient and scientific ever offered to suffering humanity. Nothing but superior merit keeps it so long at the front. blood-purifi- ABULES REGULATE THE STOMACH, LIVER AND BOWELS AND PURIFY THE BLOOD. irfBdMhf.Coiutlpatloa, Liver Trouble . DUila : fc 4 ItlrAXS TAllt'LLS ara Ik Iadlxetloa, liBwa rr DlMatarr, UffeaalTO llraata, sad all ra af the BtoaiatlvLlvcr aad Bawela. through ncareildnixglit, or Tlal, 10 cent! AMreu 1 u. Had OamplcaUat BllliaM, lytptla,Ckral tut Mtil-I- n tr Ball- - Bampla THE niPANS CHEMICAL JPO., BTODCE STRICT, NEW YORK CUT. )r.. fi. Nnlo-I.lv- Tiir, Best Salvk in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, .Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores,t Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Bucklon's ArnlcaSnlvo. cim&er Piles, or no pay required, It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfacuion or moley relunded. Price 25 cents per bos. POR SALE BY Williams & Bell. tf ,I flie Be$t of all Cough Medicines is Dr. Acker's English Remedy. It will stop a cough in one night, check a cold in one day, prevent croup, relieve asthma, and cure consumption, If taken in 'time. It is made on honor, from the purest ingredients and contains neither opium nor morphine. If the little ones have croup or whooping coug h, 1 ise it nrnmnllv. fe 4 fe k't Thrtc Slut 1 first-cla- ss 0; 23-2- n, pos-slbl- 25c W 1 , 50c ind $ I DrurgUt. tr kMk. COi A ACKER MEDICINE - V 16 sad 18 Cbatubr Strait, KntYti "i7 jtff , ta Hartford Republican Friday, January io, AN APACHE 1S96. PERIL. "There nro streaks In the Indian makeup," said Paymaster General Stanton, "not to be understood by the paleface. In illustration 1 mlflht tell an adventure which happened to mo long ago In Arizona. I recall It as one of the closest shaves of my r, life. It will servo to exhibit, n sldo toHho Indian character not readily to be explained. "This was tho winter of 1871. I was paymnster for tho troops just then engaged in fighting tho Apaches in the far southwest. One morning, I left Fort Apache on a pay trip. My outfit was made up of tbree wagons, nn ambulance for my-il- f, with an escort of 20 men. ''There was plenty of snow on tho mountain; still for all that the region wus thick with hostile Apaches, and no man's llfo was safo a moment I knew 40 rods from tho command. all this,' and for that very reason kept my wagons, ambulance and escort well together, and did not permit tho outfit to string out or break into pieces as we climbed tho mountain trail. It was strongly within the rango of tho probable that wo were haunted by Indians, who only awaited somo careless separation of our little force, or somo two or three to lag behind, to make a swoop. "Getting out from Fort Apacho we- had to cross a range of mountains. It was my purpose to make tho summit of the range the first day out. Wc were making slow work, however, of our push up the mountain. The trail was narrow and bad, after the fashion of mountain trails. Then, again, when wo got well along up tho ascent, the snows became deeper, fairly up to the wagon beds, In fact. As a result, we were making a snail's journey of it. "It was about three o'clock in the afternoon and wo still had along, bad pull before us to make the summit. Trouble broke out up at the lead wagon; strained an axle or something. The train came to a halt, and I got out of my ambulance, which was in the rear, and went to old in putting matters to rights. After o bit we again started. "1 wnlked leisurely back to my ambula'ico as tho three wagons and the escort went on. As I came up I told the (River to hold up his mules while I lighted my pipe. I got my tobacco bag out of my ambulance and filled up, seating myself meanwhile 'at tho foot of a pine tree. "I took my time about it, and pending the filling and lighting of my ripe, tho three wagons and tho escori turned a corner of the mountain, and were out of sight. My ambiiance and I were left alone, although tho balance of tho outfit wasn t ten minutes ahead. "It struck me at tho time that I might better close up with my peo ple; that there was danger in falling behind even this slight distance. "I had just started up to get Into the nmbulanco and go forward to overtake tho others, when a slight poise below us on the trail attracted my attention. I. looked back over tho road, and there, not CO yards away, were coming some 12 Apaches. "They were afoot, for tho Apache Is not a horseback Indian, and charging for me on the dead run, hostile to tho eyes. I could sec they meant blood, and realized in au Instant how thoroughly they had me treed. I was unarmed, for my pistols were In the ambulance, and there I stood, unable to fight a fly, and too far from my escort for them to even bo aware of what was going on, let alone return, to my aid. Thero was no way out; I saw that in an Instant, and I to my wife Inwardly suid 'Good-band babies 2,000 miles away. I had had many a graze before, but this was the first time I had been really convinced that I had arrived at tho end of my trail. "Unarmed and unable to avert my fate, I made a virtue of what I could not help and stood facing tho 12 Apaches as they came running up. "The leader, seemingly the chief, held alance, whereof thogovcrnment had complacently furnished him on somo former day tho blade, at arm's length above his head ready to hurl it through me. As ho charged on full tilt ho vibrated it from blade to butt as if storing It with angry energy for its flight. Whllo I stood there watching them come on I could already in anticipation feel the pang of this lance passing through my how-ovefor-wa- gave him no chance to chango his mind on u matter so important. 1 took his lanceand shouldered It. Ho came forward with a hoarse 'Howl' and shook hands. The others followed his amiable suit. There wero n dozen 'How'st' and hand shakes. Then, shouldering the lance, I ordered tho ambulance for tho driver, like myself, had stood through It all to drive on. When my nmbulanco overtook the wagons and tho escort 20 minutes later, I s was marchtng at tho head of 12 with tho lancoat n 'right shoulder.' "No, there was no farce; no joko about it. These Apaches were on tho warpath; hostile as mad dogs; 12 of tho most savage brutes in the hills. "Why didn't they kill mo when in their power? From n paleface standpoint It is not to be accounted for. If 1 had fled I would havo been slain. If I'd had my pistols and resisted, it would have been over with mo In nn Instant. Dut for mo to wait there without a move, whether to run or resist, and, atl motionless, stare fate in tho face, uppeurcl to strl':' their savage appreciation as the very climax of courage, and instead of throwing his lanco through me, as was. his first full Intent, this Apacho knight, to display his approval, paused In and presented mo with his weapon. If it was anything a white man can pin a name to, it was a fashion of sublime savage politeness. "These 12 Apaches nto with us that evening, and slept all about my tent that night. In the morning I fed them again, and then wo separated with much of mountain pomp and respect, they going their way, we going ours." Washington Post. hos-tile- "he Percentage of Poor Eyes. Only one person In fifteen has both eyes in good condition, and in seven cases out of ten ono e.ve, generally the right, Is stronger than the other. It is found that just us people ar so they nro right or and whllo apright or parently .looking with both eyes, they often really use only one. Out of 20 persons whoso eyes wero tested by a German doctor, two only wero found to bo Tho reason of tho greater strength generally possessed by tho right pyo Is not altogether understood, but probably tho natural tendency to the greater uso of the right side of tho body hus something to do with it. In using weapons, for'instaucc, mankind lias been taught to assumes for ages attitudes in which tho right hand and sldo have most exercise, and this discipline has undoubtedly had its effect ou the eye. Old sea captains, after long uso of the telescope, find their right eyo much stronger than the left the direct effect of exercise. This law is confirmed by the experience of aurlsts. If a person who has ours of equal hearing power has causa to use one ear more than tho other for a long period, the ear brought into requisition is found to bo strengthened, and the ear not used loses its hearing in a. corresponding degree. v XXOIXXKXGCG0G0O0C3 as uoe MSJilJlMMlMM xi2ii:S&i&: SSiKS for woman To Another: "Every Monday morning for two years I've used CLAIRETTE SOAP -a- ltvny wakes the clothes pure nnd white without herd rubbing This JtTsWjjs. have uiy washing done by nine o'clock. soap lias never harmed the most delicate colors in my summer dresses, so It must be free from all news. I do wish you would scud down to the Grocer .and get n enke to try on your You will next washing-day- . find a perfect Laundry Soap. Sold everywhere. Mode only by tnfantsnnci (ShilcSren. OTHERS, Do You Know th,tSyrups, Soolliliij Conllat, many Datrman'i Drops, Godfrey'! most remedies for children are . and of cylum or morphine? poisons r Ho You Know tltat opium nn A morplilne o tc atupef) Ing narcotic Do Voti ICnow that In most countries ilrugclsUatc not pcnulltnl without labeling llicul poisons? tosell narcotics Ko Voti Know that you ehouM not permit any incvlldne to unless you or your physician know of wlnt It it composed ? ta jlven your chIM N. K. The Falrbank ITo Von that Castorla Is a purely vrjetablc preparation, ami that a list of Its Ingredient is published with every bottle r Is die prescription of the fasuoun Dr. Samuel rltchcr. for nearly thirty cars, and that more Caslotla Is now sold than That tt has been lit of alt other remedies for children combined r Know Company, St. Louis. no Von Know that Castorla ue no Voti Know that the Patent Office ScpdttriCiit of the United States, and of other countries, liaxe Issued exclusive right to Dr. Pitcher and lilt assigns to me the word " CnBtorlu" and Its formula, and that to Imitate tl.em I1 n state prison otTcnser Io V011 was that one of the reasons for grautlu: this government protection because Castorla had been proven to be absolutely linrmlcHii? that 33 Know b3!,Oj jrt&iK 3SES1ES ttti "Tommy Atkins." Did you ever hear an explanation of tho origin of the term "Tommy cents, or one cent a dose? no Von Know that when possessed be Lcpt well, and that ou may no Von Know (tverniro Coaet of Castorla are furnished for 35 r' m r-- - of this perfect preparation, yourchlldrcnniay hae unbroken rut? ' Well. tltCHo HiliitTH ere worth Lnov. Inj. They arc facts. illl jparior ciit. Atkins" as applied to all British soldiers? It originated in this way: About 40 years ago tho queen caused alittlo ledger to be published and distributed to every individual in her army and navy. In this book the soldier was expected to enter his name, age, dateof enlistment, length JUST WANTED TO FIQHT. of service, description of medals reKentucky Moonshiner's Story of r. ceived, etc. In tho back of tho ledger, by way of Instructio n, a fdled Encounter In the Highway. out leaf was inserted. Tho namo Alvin Partln, a Bell county moonshiner, has a bad scar on his left side used in tho blank was "Thomas Atnear the hip. He tells a remarkablo kins," just as wo uso tho names story of how he came by It, and his "John Doe" and "Richard Roe" in friends, Including Attorney John O. legal patterns. Soon after somo O'Neal, of Covington, corroborate wag gave tho name of "Tommy Atwhat ho says, says tho Courier-Journa- l. kins" to tho book, and it has slnco become common to npply it to the "I got thet scar las' winter," he soldiers themselves. St." Louis Resaid. "1 got anuther ono on my public. ssn head thet I got at tho same time," Kver person, big, little, o'd ot ho continued, showing a largo fur- young, black or white, rich or poor, row that reached from his forehead who has ever used Dr. Bell's Pine almost to the crown of his cranium. Tar Honey pronounces it the best "Me an' three other fellers had a cough and lung teraedy on earth fight one day oq the road. They was It's true, too. so we guarantee. Z Wayne Griffin & Bro. drunk an' bad fellers. I met them, nn' one of them says to me: 'I'm Film! Film! llctiluc IMIex. goln' to shoot you.' I told htm: 'I Symptoms Moistine; intense itchreckon not,' but ho says: 'Yes, I am, ing and stingingimost at night;worse an' right now, too.' So 1 says: by scratching. If allowed to continue d 'Blaze away.' Ho had a tumors form, which olten bleed and shotgun loaded with buck- ulcerate, becoraingverysore. Swank's shot. Ho pin ted it at me, an' I tried Ointment stops theitching and bleed, to knock it away, but I missed tho ing, heals ulceration, and in most bar'l by about a Inch. By the timo cases removes the tumors. At druggists, or by mail, for 50 cents. Dr 1 had hit at it again it was goln' off, SwayneS: Son. Philadelphia- though I knocked it a little to one side. "I had on n belt filled with 17 No. Why be your 44 'Winchester ca'tridges. The wholo load of buckshot went among them own'Midd&e-man- ? ca'tridges, 'splodln' 'leven of them. Pay but ono profit between maker and Two weeks after that the doctor user nnd that a small just ono. picked some of the brass shells outen Our Big TOO Pago Catalogue nnd Buyers Guide proves that tt s posslblo Weighs my side. A piece of my hip was shot 2H pounds, 12,000 Illustrations, describes off. When I was first shot I did not of over 40 000 and tolls articles, everything you uso. Wo send tt think I was hit hard. I shot my tho book, bul for ISccnts; that's not for pistol at the feller an' he grabbed the to pay part of tho postagoor cxpressage muzzle of It. Tho ball went up his und keep off Idlers. You can't set It too quick. sleeve nnd through his arm. The MONTGOMERY WARD & CO., other fellers then camo on for me an' The Store of All the People I poked the pistol in on of their Chicago. Ilin6 Michigan Ave., mouths. Jes' as I pulled the trigger the other feller knocked my pistol to Scientific- American jt one side an' the bullet cut a furrer Agency in the side of his head. Jes' then the other feller hit me over the head with his gun bar'l, and I didn't know nothln' for three hours an' was home. In about four mouths I was all 4SSJK right." J BtfiSBW CAVCfl.TR. TRADE MARKS. "Whnt did they attack you for?" DE&IQH PATENTS, asked one. C0PYRICHT8. cto. For InfonnaUoq and free Handbook write to "Oh, nothln', I guess. They wuz UUI.N tt CO, XI UuoiDWiT. NEW Your. Oldest bureau for securing patents lu America. We had never drinkin'au'earousin'. Every patent taken out by mil brought before tbe pubUa by a notice filren free of lu&rgo In tne had any rukeses. They jes' wanted a fight. "1 seen the feller what shot mo LtrzeRt circulation of any sclratlfle paper tn the las' week down in Bell countyt" rorlil. feplemlldly Illustrated. Ho Intelligent aaa should be without lw Weekly, .1,0(1 Partln said, and his eyes twinkled. Address, UNN x w. I- earl SKSUBlTmontns. uii.uiii.iui, .Mil 1 Uroadiray, New York City. "I was dlggiu'taters when he passed along the road. I didn't Have my gun near me, an' I didn't sayuoth-in'.- " smorlcan Steam LaundrS aa double-barrele- Tlic fiic-slml- Bljtnntnrc of ffi&Z&s. ipini rWKtOMW fjioJicvcry wrapper. Ail glegani jssssstes. ili UJphQstered v,ahogan i Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. hi nn mi MtrjM S'ut'.cbtdy will get tin iiincnifl out ptesuii' 1'tliU and crlVjtlv who iukrs n puirhnsu f 53 or ovr wr. ImW ijc1iuiic ii it; the drAuitii! to iry 1, 1S96. btforeii coinuiilttc ul Ovtcns-hoio'- s d tt tlW tt preventative citiztiis, nt the "Bread is the Staff of Iiife," nI5S,SlSSS FMITiE must Whvn A Ballard's Obelisk SSS SPrxvsfcUaik ii Qcrrir--- b to The Purest, Strongest and Best. ONLY 25c PER POUND CAN. Ky For sale by Stevens & Rial. Hnttford. She Jame ot the eut T OF THE Will bo Announced 1.1 ul STATES fa i 4 if t Of Novoinbcr-l- not iliMiiipniiiii.u'iit ol the Public interest will steadily increase, under men whose votes turned the scale at the lat tlecti , wills the i.-tho administration they elected, will make the ennipnnjn tho ni'Ul exieii-el- y exciting in the history of the countrv Ilii f , 1SCG. nud tho as m i nli-n- tr-l- i 11. I'ltiu f Office, iJiiiinu'Knani iviipMfr ltm-si- t 'ir'. Sunn V.V rnn xtll I'tttntluit; with l'i 'ft liei thin ever Ik Itito price uliibli will jou .t btl rivom s. 1 01 $m 50 or a Mslehonni lur 'he Thee, lioitt ver, nte jttst wake in liei gnud evt rj ttint tm look lit it SJtnpteK ul out tit tqtMUil hHiHH. of whiib wcli.venn iniini riM- - ltmie lull. Th-flit e jnilo' mitt. Kimir Mid Karl. . Hi vl.s ami U)lTK I UOIJ- - on.i l.lliKKAI. TKHAT- Hook en miet in Os. tinr . : Yl.IS.I ' ti MliN'P 1'AIIt '' HN'S-- I an't t t r. M .oV Oiyls. Tilt VKRV LUAliM inc.-.- . we are in the Iead. fturr.i'are and it-- .'-.- "LOUISVILLE FURMTURE HOUSE, B.S. WOLF.U2 V. Main, Owciisboro. we A$ kow 1H 013 THEN. Y. WEEKLY TRIBUNE, The leadinc Republican Imnily newspaper or tho United State- -, will pub'Wi til the political news ot the d.iy, interesting to every Ani"ric.iii citizen regardless of party ntliliatinns. Also .'cueral news in attractive form, iorein 0'rrvijiiimleiie' cuvi'tint.' tba news of tho world, an agricultural ilepnitmetii mcuih1' initio in the country, market reports which are rccnirnieil authority, fiwiuu'ititir slum . (roi.'ii itories, complete in each number, tho cream cttlin humor tis t ! tud domestic, with their best comic picture. MMoit plnte-- and ehlwrib'de. it'irteiive t!.H rtiunt scriptions ut women's attire, with a yiuied bosehnld interest. The "New York Weekly Trillium" i tin i iHtuily teUy publication in paper, with a circulation larger than that ot'iiuy otiiei tL.irp cltaiuun tire heinu the country issued from the iililce of n lai!v. raado in its details, tending to e.ive it greater lite and variciv, and specially raoro interest to tho women and yotu'K people n the housHlmld. A SPECIAL CONTKAUT enables in to -- Her thi splendid journt,! nud THE REPUBLICAN for in-t- l theono-proQtprl- Corner 3rd and St. Ann Streets (near court hosse) whore wc will be pleased to show yon the largest, finest and lowest rie stock of FURNITURE in the0 State. 11 e can do you good, t me and see us. - 0l ftA THE MARTIN & SMITH 22. X7 rj'SJLT ONE YEAr: V (The regular subscription price ol ihe two pipers Subscriptions may bem at any lime. Address nil orders to the la M Ct tmm Br BtlawXaaM BasMJlMAa S(MT vMWXa U S'2.-- ") - n. small 3?ropriotcr rftnf Sic wmjw HAUTFOfcU) REPniLH'AX'. Write your name and address on a postal card, bend it to Geo. VV Res Room 2, Tribune Building, New York City, and sample copy ot THIt NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE will be mailed to yon SI $-- 1 It 1 FOfTIiJg) U.ss Investments. ItcturuitiK ,iro8erity will make many rich, but no where enn they inaka in Grain, I'rovii' sn much witliiu u short time as by Biiccersful Speculation ion und Stock. A - 00 FOR EACH DOLLAR Invostod can bo mado by our Systematic Plan of Specnlation Light Without Heat. V. body. "My Interest centered naturally in the lead Apacho with the lance. The others trailing along behind I noticed less. As the leader came within 15 feet of me ho halted. Tho timo had come, I thought, when I was to bo spitted like n chicken. Still I gazed squarely In his eyes. "As I looked at him he seempd to hcsltato. Ho was staring as bluntly at mo as I at him. As we guzed, little by llttlo I saw tho lace blado turn to one side. Suddenly, without a word or sign, whether of war, peace, or submission, he reversed his lance and tendered mo the butt of tho weapon. "I lost no time in taking It and Heatless light for Illumination is a possibility of tho near future. Experiments havo recently been conGeUsler ducted with the tubes by which rarefied air or other gas Is rendered luminous by an electric current. Recent investigations day, returned on Friday show that light sufficient to read by SSySavo your work for me. can bo obtained in a practical way, although ut an expenditure of conBllANDON, siderably more power than is necesHAirrro!!!), Kv. Act. sary for tho incandescent or arc lights. Thero are Indications, however, that somo form of tho Gclssler Pure crab rider for sale by F. W. ' 22 6111 tuba will be developed for practical Pirtle, Hnrtlord, Ky. use. In surgery, there can bo no question as to its value, as by its uso When your child is eating nn ops it will be possible to pursue Investi- pel or n tiecreit bieid put one of Dr. gations in the cavities of tho human Bell's Tiny Tonic Tablets in it nnd if body which at present cun only bo there is any constipatio- n- here it will imperfectly carried on owing to the pass off just as easy. All dealers sell heat developed by tho Incandescent them nt 2,;cii vinl.C, Wayne Griffin V & Bro. , light. Boston Transcript. n PillNCtTON, Kv., Does the finest work of any Tho lauudrv in Kentucky, work is till guaranteed. Goods are not torn up, hutaro return- ed in good condition. Laundry Shipped on Mon- - TIE ST. LOUIS IME-HB- T iiriiuated is The Great Cajto- -' National and Representative Republican Newspaper. Sundnv Edition, 28 to 40 pages WEEKLY, Isfued in Semi Weekly Sections, 8 day, 16 pages everv week, one jear Ji by us. All succcsslul epeculators operate ou u regular syoleui. a well known fuct that thero lire thousands til meu in nil parts tit' the United States who, by systematic trading lliriiiif;li Clu'cnn brokers, make larp;uniuouuts u.'ery year, rutiyiutr Ironi u lew thotitaiid dnllors for the man who invents a hundred or two Inn tired dollars up to 850,000 to 8100;000 or iiiuro by thoto who invest a tew thousand It is nlsu u lact that those who make the largest profits from comparit-itel- y Fimill iiivestiuontson thi? plan aro persons who live uway from Chicago ami invests through brokers who thoroughly understand byrleumtic I rail in 5. Reduced Subscription Rates by r.'ail.Postarje Prepaid. One Ytr.r $6 ro- Hi Mtitlif. 53 ro. D.iily and Sunday .Saturday Edition id One Yar. Si 50. .... is - Marvin pieh ... 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This issjTe just (ills the bill lor the husv man, wno has not the tunc I'UIimcI tliio yenr to read daily paper, and yet desiies to 1'ep promptly and thoiniijjlily 111 the Union posted. It noes to every State almost to everv Good Old Gianny Mctcalf, 86 years All America ix itr. legitimate field No miiiur where ou live, yon wi'l find old, living ut 618 Monroe ftreet, Pa. it invaluable as a newspaper and home jouranal 19 6t ducal, Ky., says that L)r. Hell's Pine Sample Copies free on application to Tar Honey is the bcst.giip cure, cough, lung and bronchial remedy that has been offered to the people St Louis. Mo. during her lite Guaranteed by. Z, GI.OUE-DEMOCK Semi-weekl11 Post-office 53. 30 p m ! N 5' i I STATIONS. , . I 7 45 " Lv. U Depot, Louisville . , . 645 7 30 7 23 7 32 8 40 8 43 8 55 Kentucky Street . Wen Point Howard Willowdalc Uock Haven Long 1! ranch . . . Irvington . . .... . . litit tmuiid Haiti. 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M , 60 40; 151 Pnso.Tex. $60.. 40; Houston, Tex., $38 8a; Jackson, Miss., $2,3.00; Mobile, Ala,, $23 00; New Oilcans, La., $iS 00; Hatches, Miss., $26 00: SituAntonio, Tex., J?43 20; Vickburg, Aiis.s. , 23.00; Hot Trip nilili'r Tourist Halm II I P ours r.iviis KBi.inp. ARYFEATURE9 are unequaled. PAGE PAPER ana contains the News of tho World. POLITICALLY IT Id REPUBLICAN, and elves Its readers the buAtot the ablest discussions on all lire political topics. It Is published in Chicago an J Is In accord with tho people of th West in both politic and literature. Please remember that the price of THE WEEKLY INTER OCEAN Is ONLY ONti DOLLAR i'KK YKA1L Address TIIE INTER OCEAN. Chicago. of the has something of Interest nrssltYOUTn'8 DEPARTMENT is to each member Its Uind. fjmllv. Its Iw LITER. tho very best of Springs, Ark., $17 4s;I5utekaSprlngs, Ail , $23 3"- - It Is a TWELVE II. MRRKICK, Agt. 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