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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1896 hao1896111301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1896 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE AGRIDENTS OF LIFE Write to T. S. Qoinckv I", Chicago, Bccte the 8ti ACCIDKK1 Cox hk r, for Inform.tloi Accident F Iniur. WB Mtnllon (bit Jjr dolnf JOB MB Hit acmbarahlp ftt. Hat paid crw t,0OO.0O re JBI Vppr tly ! A - (cddcaUt lujailta. WO Tm ' Tor The HabhoS) Republican. OFFICIAL OMAN OF THE FAR!? IN TEE NORTH CONBEESMML DISTSICT. SILVER OE GOLD. Better tuna either fa a hemthy liver. If tho livor is 0. K. tlio man is 0. K. His blood is kept pure, his digestion perfect, and ho can eniov lifo nnd act intellit-entland patiently upon tho questions of the day. You all know what to take. You have known it for years. It" Simmons Liver Regulator v trtrdlf prr. Do your own Agent. MJtDlCAt, KXAM1KATI0H XEQUWJtt. VOL. IX. HAHTFOKD, KY., FItlDAY, NOVEM BEK 13, fascination 189G. NO. 1G. that would make me do a Highest of all in Leavening Fower. Latest U. S. Gov't Report thing like that Is one that I dare not 1 lisle again. cannot touch the money that I won with it, for It lit r not my own ' His (dent's took up the money and bowed in silence Their astonishment and icspoct were too great for words e & rose J The hwyersoonreturn. and left the room, never to given a He hid unconsciously striking illustration ol the fact that and arrange program, .The idea is a For rears vou and vour fathers HEJI-aj-D TI3L:E3X -.:E3L&.:0. GOV. BRADLEY. the essence of character which we good one the right move in the right havo found it of sterling worth. call soul may be lost or saved at the A High Trlbutoto Kontucky's direction, nnd arrangements lme It is and always has been put up moment when one comes to the bor0 been made to hold the first meeting only by J. H. Zoilin & Co. Tako Exocutlvo, der line between an honest and a disat Hlizibethtown, Saturday, Nov. 21, none but tho genuine. It has tho honest act. in the old Red Z on tho front of tho wrapper, Let Scarcely a greater compliment has 1896. Fourth put enthusiasm in bis soul, and nothing elso is tho same, and Your liny Wont l.licn Moulti. been paid drring the campaign than So. Mr. Gllman Brown, of 34 Mill that to Kentucky by his mind on the program, the day to nothing so good. the profession and meet at Kllzabeth-towSt., South Gardner, Mass., was told Harrison, through a Courier-Journa- l PROFESSIONAL OA1W. by the doctors. His son had Lung reporter: November ai, iu a general edtrouble, following Typhoid Malaria, ucational Jni.N. UIfuii, J.N. II. MXIdlji.j "I am proud of Kentucky; proud and he f pent three hundred and sevenOrganization to a. m. GLENN & WEDDING. it was there that the present fight lor ty-five Welcome address Supt.J. R. Ash-locdollars with doctors, who f- honest money began." And then inally gave him up, saying: "Your laughingly he continued, "they ofthe 0 J. HARTFORD, JiY. Response J. R. Coyle. boy wont live a month." He tried Kast are won't to refer to us of the (OflM, oier Andenoa'a Banar.) Miscellaneous business. Dr. King's New Disvovery and a few West as a Noon. ft 01 Will practice their profession iii ol lot of the rattle, brains, bottles restored him to health and en- among whom Opening exercises 1:30 p. 111. thecourU of Ohio and adjoining counthe free silver heresy Benefits to be derived from a disabled him to go to work a perfectly finds Its home. ties, and oourt of Anneals. Bpeclal I am glad we can 1ft Bite, well man. He says he owes his pres- point them to '" ..ME.VJ . CO Also Kentucky as the origi- trict association Superintendents of attention given collections. 0 Notary Public for Ohio county. ent good health to use of Dr. King's nal starting point of the fight now on. the respective counties. Addres Hon. A. L. Peterman. New Discovery, and knows It to be I am greatly gratified at the stand .A.. Our needs Members selected by the best In the world for Lung troubtaken by the liberal and patriotic the respective County Associations. le. Trial Bottles Free at Williams & sound money Democrats of the AW Professional don't L. W. Doolan. E- Bell's Drug Store. South." WHITE FOll CATALOG School room spices Miss Eva L. In a great fight upon a plane higher NOT CAUSED BY AN OPAL. HARTFORD, UT. than party and party platforms where Morrison. Will practioe his profession in Obio Address McHenry Rhoads. deal- A Story of Bad Luck, tho all have laid their tributes, both Re- The model teacher C. W. Barnes. and adjoining counties, and court ef Sold Appeals. Special attention publicans and sound money DemoThe pleasures of teaching Mrs. collections. Office east Bide given f crats, upon the alter of their common CauBO of Which Is of putlft square. country, It may appear Invidious to Ida Wood. Still a Mattor Of The builders J. C. Pirtle. single out any leader where all have M. L. HBAvnm. Shelby Tayiok. Address Prof. Hayward. Doubt. done so nobly yet the truth ol hisHEAVRIN ft TAYIDB. Music .in public schools Miss tory and the demands of simple jusHere is a story showing how to ac- tice, alike, require recognition"of the Frank Conway. Trustee Association J. H. Stewart. count for bad luck lact that to William O. Bradley, more UAAll'UKU, ti.Y, The teachers' mistakes S. C. A man was shaking dice in a store. than to any one man North or south, Perrv WestRrflnid He lost. is due the honorof callingthis threat- Stevens. Professional industry Miss Sallle "No wouder," said a bystander, ening movement to a halt, by hitting Jno. C. Pirtle, Ch'm'n. "You're wearing and opal. You nevr it a body blow from which it has nev- Terry. Beaver Dam, Ky. will have luck." er recovered. R. B. WEDDING This set the.inau to thinking. Four Last year he ploughed the soil, and days later he slipped in getting off a ploughed deeply, and Kentucky this ankle. and Hartford, Ky. HIS LAST GAME. street cardecidedsprained his gave the year naturallyofhad the post of honor Will practice his profession ii all him. He This as the leader the column. Are the courts of Ohio aad adjsiaUz Mends Punctured Tires pin to a friend who was on the Board Ordinary politics demanded nothooanties. Why ho Rofusod to Accept a ol Trade, and who was too Also Notary Public. lillu jnn ltlil unit ing of this kind at the hands of Mr. Office, iu Commercial Hotel. Winning and Decided fool notions about Bradley last year. Keeps Them Mended. to entertain any He might have to Play No Moro. the number 13 or black cats, or cross- made his canvass and won on long aye. B.A.iRiisnE'x-'n?-, No walking home. No taking out ot eyed girls with red hair. continued Democratic mismanage Guaranteed net to injure Talves. Nevertheless, when this Board ol nient of State affairs as he came very A party of II vc gentlemen had been Effect of McKinley's HARTFORD, KY, tired. One treatment insures your in the habit of meeting once a week Trade man lost over $10,000 on wheat near doing eight years before. He Will practice his profession in all th Election Already to play poker. They were each of he began to worry. . He didn't care might of won by going before the tires ngnlnnt leaks for a year. courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Can containg enough puncturoid them ordinarily successful in his much for the pin any way, and so people as a prophet whose p'rophicies Felt. Careful attention will bo given to a For sale by Bicycle profession, and were respected in onedHy when a young man in his of.' had beed fulfilled. fur two tins. business entrusted to his care. Cd Dealeis, or iqtX postpaid, to any their business and personal relations. fice r.dmired the "fire" In the stone leotions a specialty. Office over Ohio He noticed the funnel-shapecloud on receipt oi PRICE, Jl.oo. The incident given below, that took he said: "Take It along, If you like contending this free silver cyclone, THOUSANDS REJOICING. County Bank. Also Notary Publis. TKAUK MARK pace at their last meeting for the pur- it." and casting aside all ideas of policy, pose of an cvenings's enjoyment of The young man overwhelmed him on expediency, on diplomacy, he pre- From E3. Connty tho Golden Gate to Tho Attorney) their tavoritc game, dramatic as it with thanks. Then he waited with pared for the coming storm. Alloghanlos. may seem, is strictly true, sajs a guilty knowledge, to see what would is forearmed. pressed He New York paper. happen to the young man. He did the sound money Issue to the front HARTFORD, KY. the reason Will practice It is not easy CLEVER ECONOMY. the fascinations to giveexcitements for not have to wait long. The very and staked his political success or OUK UOrjNTRY'N PIlOSI'EHITr. Courts of Ohio his profession in ill s. ,. 3,. Illinois Central or the ol next week the employe was taken 111, failure on the result. aad adjoining toia-tie(In through passenger trains and Special attention given to poker playing. Suffice it to say that and he missed four days at the office. Sa Francisco, Nov. 7 The most, The consequence was a disaster to Past lifficlent Double Daily Service A Woman Who Hasan on the night we speak of, overwrought Office In Courthoass. The Board of Trade man was troubfree coinage from which it has never significant feature ofthe revival of from Cincinnati and Louisville to by stimulating circumstances, each led in conscience, so he told his young recovered. business resultant on the election of JNO. B. WILSON, Idea and Patience Memphis & Kev7 Orleans of the players, because ol what seem- friend about the opal pin an ' the It was the taking of the heights of KcKlnley is the talk of Mills opening In connection with the B O. & S V. emIs Not Downed attaching to it, and the ed to be the stiength of his own Quartre-Bras- , in 1895, which com- in the near future, industries about to Louisville, reaching direct or makHARTFORD, KIV hand, increased the amount of his ploye after deliberation, decided that mands the fields of Waterloo in 1896. to be started aud new chances ing close connections for principal by Poverty. points bet over that which had been made. he would give the pin to his girl. The people of Kentucky are better for the employment of mechanics, SPECIAL attention given to making abstraots, Ac;, The opal did very rapid and effec- educated, better informed than the clerks and laborers. The Valley also One of the five was a lwyer, who ou?SH & natures to whom had many Important clients depend- tive work after It became the property people of any other state. The ground road directors are already preparing OfficeNotary Public lor Ohio County. There are some On its own and connecting lines, inNorth side of public square. cluding VIckburg and Jackson, Miss , the idea ot economy of any kind is ing upon him He was the most ol the young woman. On the second was well ploughed last year and an bonds with a view of promptly resum-th- e Rouge and Natcher, La . Little abhorrent, or, at least, repellnnt, but imperturbable of the players, greatly day after she began t wear it, she ig- abundant harvest this year follows. Baton construction south of Fresno and B. B. LEESIMMERMAN, Rock and Hot Springs, Ark., Waco, happily they arc not many womon addicted to the game nnd as it hap- nited a curtain in attempting to light He entered the canvass with the n other directions. This will e niploy Worth, Dallas, Houston and San natures of this sort, says thePhlladcls pened in Fort gas. The curtain was destroyed this instance held the high- the ardor aud energy of youth. Afflicted hundreds of workmen. The SouthAntonio, Tex., and points o the c est cards In his hands. He knew and the young woman had both of with a throat trouble, which would ern Pacific Company managers anticCoast. It also has t'uough pas- phla Press. Hartiord, Kt. There are few women but who, that he was a sure' winner, fur no her hands burned in attempting to have deterred others, he laid aside ipate a boom in freight business and Will practice his profession in senger trains and fast efficient doub all Ao service from New Orleans, from necessity, or. perhaps, choice, other combination could possibly beat extinguish the blaze. le daily .La comfort and ease, and disregarding looks to giving Increased employment Coilrtl nf nilln an, I aujuiuiug UUUUHH - "u ,i::! jacksoa, Memphis and points South practice little savings and economies, The young man who had given the hi3 own health, he entered the work in car shops along the road In conse- Uollections carefully and promptly i- him. Its own connecting lines and West on and are plensed with any practical or " The excitement became lutense and stone to her felt called upon to apolovine wnn X. J. BtaKi in Illinois, Ohio, and West Virginia. quence. In all directions are heard 7"u to A Co., Market Hlrwt. Iu Kentucky his voice has been reports of an encouraging nature. Louisville, prettyanIdea to this end. of this I saw the betting had risen from hundeds gize. an illustration "Perhaps it was that opal I gave heard in speeches that will never be As ot dollars to $1,000. The lawyer for Springfield, Mass., Nov. 7. The hi(jaflo & t. ocm jesteidy a very handsome and dain a moment changed color, then put you." said he. "You know, an opal forgotton. Indeed the great drama Spauldlng & Pepper Manufacturing direct connections with ty petticoat which was the outcome his hand into his pocket, took out a is supposed to carry bad luck with it. would have been marred without him. Uakinf Company has started up its factory in through trains for all points NORTH of a thrifty idea ol a saving woman. roll of bills, and counting from it a I didn't tell you because I'm not suSPECIALTY: "It would have been like playing Chicopee, after a few weeks' shut nd WEST including St. Louis, Two diess skirts that had passed thousand dollars, laid them on the perstitious," BnfTalo, Pittsburg. Cleveland, Hamlet with the part of the Prince down, pending the results of the Eye, Ear, Nose and ThrmL but which middle of the table, thus covering "I'll not wear the dreadful thing a left out." Boston, New York, Philadelphia, their day ol usefulness, election. The company had a large F.VANSVILLU, IND. Baltimore and Richmond, were of fine, soft wool goods, weie the last bet. He then said: day longer," she said. It is no wonder that men like number of orders conditional upon Office 416 Upp. Firsts. So she didn't. She gave it to her "I call you," which is the technicHarrison should compli- the Republican victory. Solid vostlbulo traln3,throuRh utilized: All linings were taken out Buffot Slooplngcars, and the skirts, were ripped apart, al way of bringing the betting to an brother, who scoffed at the suggestion ment Kentucky for her great work, Pullman Pittsburg, the news Through froq roollnlng chair washed and dyed a pretty shade of end. As he did so he turned pale that a little stone could wield any In- and the noble stand she early took, of McKinley'sNov. 7. WithannounceJ.B. VICKERS, election the Then the skirt was cut and his hand shook as he showed flueuce, good or bad. Nevertheless mid for this the State and Nation dard blue Cars. ment was made by many manufacturhis winning cards. over the proper width and length. The doctor of when he started for Cinciunattl and owe more to W. O. Bradley than ers that operation in idle mills would HiiRTi'onD, Ky.. of your local railroad yoke fitted snugly the party thought he was going to the train ran off the track and he was any one else, great as Is the need of A close-fittiPartialis resume. At Jones & Lrughlln's the WM1 praotice bis profession in Ohio ticket agsnt. about the wait, and the seams were faint from the excitement of wlnulng ,tossed half the length of the car he praise due many of her sons. Not continuous mill was put on, and the aadmijoiniug osunties. A. H. Hanson, G.P.A., Chicago. Sputl such an unusual amount, and sprang became converted. bound with narrow taffeta ribbons. since Henry A, Wise gave to given to all biuiuso entrusted steel mill went oa In full. Two hunW.A.Kklmmd.A.G P.A. Louisville. "I'll not give it to anybody else to A durable silk waist that has seen to assist him, but the lawyer waved death blow in Virginia its Uhiscare. OBifW In TImi.ntir.TaiH dred more men were given employ long service took its share ol the rip- him back and bent his head trying be a Jonah," said he. "I'll sell it to has there been u more brilliant camment in the hoop department ot building. AL in Kentucky in 1895, preping and washing and pressing. to control himself. friends felt a jeweler." His paign than WAWTHT-aiVERor women to travel for The best part of the full body and So he went to the jeweler and said; paratory to the great and decisive Painter & Son's mill. At Zum & that his emotion was due to some ntapouftible established house in ABMISTEAD JONKS, duge sleeves were cut into narrow unusual cause. In silence they looked "What will you give me for this battle In 1896, While the Governor Co's plant ti additional puddling JWary $780, payable $15 furnaces were put on, Olivar's opal?', bias bands, which were hemmed and on while he did a strange thing, aid expenses. Position has not made so .many speeches this South Tenth street mill also " started Thejewler looked at it and 'said: year Raferenc. Enclosed put on the skirt iu two small, lull dolFirst be took ten ai last, they have been the up. HARTFORD, KY.. stamped envelope. The ruffles. The yoke of the skirt was lar bills from the heap of money 'that "That isn't an opal; that'u a cat's greatest efforts ot his life. Many other factories here are light- Will practice in ail tho Court! oiOhio Mltioaal,, Star Building, Chicago. Chicago Record. drawn In to fit bv narrow tafJeta rib- he bad won 'and then folding them eye." In Owensboro, Louisville and at ing 36 furnaces. The 600 shops em- aud adjoiniug countiw. Special atbon run into the back of the yoke. together he put them with the roll oiker places where the greatest orators ' ployes of the Pennsylvania railroad tention givon to colloctious. OOeo The Cornet Band went over to The sateen for theyoke, the ribbon he had taken from his pocket, Baa&VMK SAM K. It. T1MH TABLE Fordsville last Saturday to slay for a have spoken, It is conceded that went on full time, with an increase with County Attorney. When this was done he drew a long for the blndlrg and the strings weie rally and returned speaking very Bradley's speeches outranked them in wages of 10 per cent. the only materials purchased lor breath almost a gasp of relief. Then highly of the courtesies extended all, lie has gone wherever called; it Whs ran think WEST BOUND. Idea of lorus slmpla Springfield, O., Nov. 7. J. A. Wanted-- An exceed-logl- y be carefully separated his own orig- them while there. They went on a mattered not that In two instances, at JW- -t VUll . ..'" 7:16 a. m what was a serviceable and VmW .... A.... ... ."" inal money from the remainder and contract for a certain sum Including least, he was asked to go out into Myers, of Robbins & Meyers, said: yXTWiy infiAtiSbWl spwshess: stylish garment. AamMmodatlon . . . 11:43 a. ru. Jfrt,WJMotoa. l. C.,lot tb.lr il.tui urlia oO twu hunanu natloii nasCxl. Yoke, frills, binding and ribbon pushed the rest away, looking at it expenses and before departing they districts where his personal enemies "This morning we received several . 1:1 p. ra. yftj Prdght . . . was a pretty, changeable gold and steadily for a second or two without were presented with $5 extra for ser- were candidates. He buried every orders mailed yesterday when the 8:18 p LarUTllJ,Uau4nii A AI Loala Hail, AModttloa . . election of McKlnley was sure." war At iu BUv4 June 1, and the the ftawr Oritai Limited n:tt p m garnet,goou snauc body of the skirts speaking. and length he said, raising vices and Informed by both Republi- animosity and In and afurtherance of L. II. Turseil, of the O. S. Kelly No. 41. No. 43. registering a solemn cans and Democrats that they would a great principle 01 uiue. bis hand was a patriotic duty HA.3T-B0Udally Wct bondS dally Company, said: "We expect to start Is be.'t oath we quote his exact language. When skirts are utilized it L. Loalsvill . . . . 4:il a m bewantedagaln just after the election. he did not hesitate, but earnestly laOtaOjtMtf 7 55 a ra 630 pm up the factory in a short time." In make them double or line them. L Brandenburg . 9 3 "I am done with poker. Loving The kludness ofthe Fordsville people bored for all alike. Leader, 7 5S . i:a. a. m. AsMatodatiott I if 30 L Irvington . . 9 40 sewing together firmly in the scams. the game as much aa I do, I give it will not be forgotten by the boys and , fl:j6 a. m yrWht Way 8 58 LStephenport . 10 2fJ ' When there is no article of silk up from this moment forever. I The burden of labor is constantly L Clorecport . AmocIMIoii. they will take pleasure in serving AttkMHodatlo . . , , .1:10 p. ra. ' 1047 9 18 used, and ynu do not wish have stepped across the border Hue them again ' At the Hardin County Teachers' being lightened by new inventions, LHatrcsville . 11 u Grayson Galette. . r:io p. m, Uiat cau be : UtiX . . 9 44 The money Institute, July, 1896, the idea of a but nothing new has yet been discov- L Owansboro , is i p 111104 ailiw ( juck, Agt. to purchase, a pretty finish can be of dishonesty I 15 I have put bck into tny pocket was made from wool. II 55 Southern darkey teachers association for the 4th Con- ered to brighten the hours of labor, Ar KMrdaraon . Thegood No, 44. 0 4a. Crochet in a close pattern, suffi- given to me by a client to be paid with his queer customs and supersti gressional District was suggested,and and make life worth living like SimBast bound dally dally from the wool to finish the out In the morning and If I had lost tions is admirably set forth In the J. R, Coyle, ot Grayson; J. II, mons Liver Regulator does. It's the L Hanntran , , 7 so a m 355pm Iilttn.64.page medical referee cient lace of Breckenrldge; J, L. P1W King of Liver Medicines. A sluggish L Owensboro , Christmas number of Demoiest's 3 55 book to any person afflicted with any bottom af the skirt, and put 011 with it I could not immediately have re.835 pecUl, chronic or delicate disease ribbon gathered into fancy shells or placed it. I had it in my possession Magazine by Mary Annable Fantou. kenton, of Hardin; S. C. Stevens, of liver depressed one's spirits and causes L UawMvlll . , . 9S 453 ' sex. Address the pufis, LCloverport . . 950 5 17 peculiar to their simply because I had not the oppor- Howard Helmlclc contributes six full Ohio; Miss Hilda Mattlngly, of languor, besides upsetting the whole - aad surgeons of L SttphMipott , 10 ti leading physiciansTo make the lace stilt handsomer tunity to deposit It in the bank and page drawings and the smaller illusMeade, and J. C. Pittle, ol LaRue, system. But Simmons Liver Regula- L Irvlniton . . (I 16 Dr. Hathaway It Site United States, 103s and de- being present, were requested to se- tor tones up and strengthens the L Brandonburg crochet in the pattern and finish the iu the excitement of the game I for-g- trations are characteristic 11 18 639 Co'., 70 Dearborn Street, Chicago. i Ar Letrlivtile 12 45 p Ul SOO place and time for first meeting body. knitting silk. It was not my own. edge with coarse that lect The lightful. pearly DELKIl'S JECTSTTS ttjxjF .a. dS'- GizrTTj-sz-iz- iQeerc. m IvvSI Powder ABSOLUTELY PUBE every-teacher hand-shak- Kr guTatorJ , a I Ha' f n, k. LAWYERS, Sraltli, JT jlt' 0 loo Per cent, l;lx Handsomest- V- Tames JTTBRIY by authorized ers or direct from s&sip THEGEO.DELKER CO., Attorneys at Law Attorney at Law MANUFACTURES, Hendrson5Ky I3 uno txurloca. THE MILLS Attorney at Law, hard-heade- d Opening and the Workingmen are Happy. Attorney at Lay, a. d Fore-warm- ed 3F. JNTESaLlj, Attorney &iXa.Vv Attorney tt Law &i W6S5 Fa-ifi- Attorney Iaw injnnati, )r.. Ji. amaer Chi-ong- nt - Attorney at Law, ng Know-nothingis- m Ken-Wafe- r. wkj per-Mit- ait. self-tldn- jd Attorney at Iaw Llltl t. old-tim- e Hos-klnso- , 4"l-if- Hartford Republican HAM A .t.Xltr.lMON.. .H.lllor. Subscription, 31.26 poryoar Friday, Kovitnim i.v 1896. We ate authorlitd to announce J NO. D. 1'INUiY A a candidate (or the office of Jailer ol Ohio county, subject to the action oftlie Republican party. Wc nre autlioried to annonnce 1'. LEONARD SAXDURFUR ns n candidate for the office of Circuit Coutt Clerk of Ohio county, subject to the action of the Republican patty CoMrNodown to facts nml figures l tho patriotism of sound y money Democrats tlmt placed A intho Republican column. That tlioy may rerantu patriots is our most earnest desire. instimply HARDINSBUKO. Summary of Tho Eloctlon And Somo Conoral Nows. Ken-tuck- Tin: magnificent campaign of 189.) mado by Governor V. O. Bradley en 1111 unquestionable sound money platform uu sliat made it posilblo nnd paved tho war to Republican success this j ear in Kentucky. Congressmen from Ken- dead. Republican Owensboio Messenger. tucky, so he will enter tho raco with a Not satisfied with beating tho Popgood start on his opponents and in ulists out of their votes by fusing fact ho will come out first. He is a them entirely out and refusing to young man of much promise and will publish Watson's letter of acceptance, bean honor to the Administration the Owensboro Meii'nger, who has and make one of tho bestofficinls wo led the fight for Bryau in Kentucky, have ever had to fill that office. Hurt-lo- rd new comes along and is poking iun has other Federaal office timber. at the Populists. That shows how Col. J.S.R. Wedding would make a ungrateful the free silver Democrats good Assistant District Attorney. He are for what support they gotfrom the is well qualified for the placa and his Populists. appointment would be a very popular Owing to pressure of business and one. other matters, last week, we failed to much notice of the big RepubTie good and loyal Republicans ot give lican Rally held at Fordsville the Ohio county deserve much praise for week before the election. It was their magnificent work in the camsaid to be the largest crowd ever The Republican plupaign just ended. in Fordsville. Col. John A. rality has been increased from 300 to Joyce, of Washington, was on hand over 300, and the party has been He is a magto do the speaking. strengthened. Itbas never been the nificent specimen of manhood and his policy of the Republican party to commanding appearance brought abuse an opposite party and then for forth much applause as he touched the sake of an office propose fusion the Popocrats up ou both sides. Hon. with that party and then violate David Powers made an' excellent were that pledges all the speech, cs Senator Taylor was chairSuch in the agreement. made Mr Jesse R. man of tho meeting were the tactics of the Democratic Eskridge, of Hardinsburg, iutroduced party in the lato campaign. They the speakers. It was decidedly the succeeded in getting the Populist biggest day ever had iu Fordsville. Electors withdrawn and compelling the Populists to vote utder the rooster, Bryan's trail through the couutry in but when it came to getting Judge his stumping tours can be traced by Durham to withdraw in tho interest the immense Republican majorities of Dave Smith and sacrifice bis prin- which the election revealed. It was ciples on the Democratic altar he said just after the lovatiQns"wbich he re"no.'' The Democratic party has ceived in Massachusetts that he analways abused the Populists on every nounced his belief that he would "caroccasion that presented itself. Last ry every Slate iu tbo union." As a respring in the special clcctiou had the sponse to that prediction MassachuDemocrats stood up to their promise setts rolled up a plurality ot about Esq. Render would have defeated Dr. 170,000 against him. He made many James for the Seuate,but they proved eloquent speeches 111 Maryiaud, West false, and had they voted fcr DurVirgiuia, Kentucky nnd Indiaua.aud ham, which they ought to havo doue, these States answered him by getting he would have defeated Davo Smith into the Republican column. That in this county. We meution these great speech in Madison Square Garthrow sonio light ou facts in oider to den, when be first invaded tho enethe inside workings of the Democrat-i- s my's country, is probably responsible party. for many of the votes repre sentcd by New; York's 270,000 A ikw figures on tho electiou iu plurality against him. It win in Ohio county might be very interest, though, that ho made tho efing nnd will show Uip strength of fort of his life, ami Illinois retaliated each party. In 180(1 Bradley re-- , by burying him under threo times as ceived 2154; Hardin 1S70; Petitt (!20; largo as it ever cast against any other Demareo72. In tho election last presidential condidate. week John W. Lewis received 2037; making a Republican gain ot 183; D. Tili; electioneering tour of candiII. Smith received 20!2; nuking a date Bryan was one of the most reDeinocratio gain 222; Durham remarkable features nf the recent ceived 010, u net gain of 20; Likeus Ho traveled ncarlv 1!). eamnairrn. loss nf 11 received 01, making 000 miles, and made GOO speeches, Wo see from these figures votes. containing 375,000 words in A 17 that tbo Democrats did not support had been elected. Gloom, nnd cities in 27 different states. promises to towns nnxiety, distress aid fiuincial anar Dirlintii, but made falso to audiences aggregating over 2,000, chv, would have prevailed to diy, in tbo Populists in order to get their 000 persons. Nothing equal to this in all the business centers of the counvotes for Bryan. It the Democrats the way of personal effort was ever try. Monev. instead of flnwlm mil had stood up tn their agreement with before known in our politic or in tho the channels ol trade, would have the Populists Durham would have ..,.l!i!d i . nll.A. sinianl.... . ...1 ' . .m men, and continued to be idle. But ui uuy uuid tuu.u.j. beaten Smith in this county about the puiiuva what was its general efhet upon his the country is saved, and now let same that Smith beat Durham. Tho This is nn interesting crjbidy get a few nights ol quiet rest Republicans went straight along and question nud nuo that eludes defiu'to and then get do.vn to noli'' business, increase voted for Lewis and mado an obvious reus ins. "I So mote it be for answer, Gltsgow Republican, of H!5. He only ran u lijtllo ahead of think I am winning vo'er-- but ou , M Prliml McKinley in the county and the figcan't tell," Mr. Bryan himself said j In speaking ol the curious jeturns ures thou that ho never received any to Buurko Cocuran wheu they met from the First Congressional District Democratic votes. The figures also in West Virginia. Then he went on , Chairman Roberts has the following show that Durham never received any 1 declare that hu was a good deal Democratic voto3 to amount to any like miti mary to simnof "In that district Bradley received thing or else be wnild havo gottoii tho cannibal Mauds, who being nfkul 9 658 votes, Haidin lecelved 13.170 bu deservt'd by the votos, whic'i l this cam-- 1 bow ho was getting along, replied, votes and Pettit 4 745 fusion agreement. TI10 Democrats "very well, indeed: I draw good P1'" il coul11 "ot le disputed that only nude toils out ol the I'opuliots crowds to hear mo, they piy close nt- - t,ure was defection from the Demo- to get their votes and treated them ami I feel sure crntl ra,,ks- - I,,ace tUe to what like mere slave in thtiir greed fur tuition I am nuking converts evi'ry day; goiu uemucrais who voieu tor supremuciu tho county, Now that they at 3,000 The Palmer and but," be added with great serii)iiiieH, have gotlon their votes for Bryan Buckner votn is shown to be 500 by never stand up before a crowd of fiey d iii't give the Populists any "I the returns Deduct 2.500 from the talk to them that did iu tho mutter, these fellows uud Ilfinlhi vote nnd inn hive leiiinliilnc oredit for what they is tti queer feoliug running 0 6;o r)(:mocraUc voUs, Al)ll t0 bu' attribute It all to tho Dciiwrinti. there upmy duck uiiio-- imiKe me iiuk this the entire Populist vote ol 4 745 I'm going to Iih ea'f up by 0111 In in the district (the number of votes f ue I g t through The Knrv fin received h Pettit) mil you have 15.. III ui-- e iidiirinbly, ai'd U iiv'!cit 415 the number nt votes to which IRlrffiB nftlML ALL ILat FAILS I IUt('uuUbjrup. rati-- UuuO. li u in a euenil wuv to ii'l p llllcul It yan was 1 milled in the first. This luia Poia Druruiwiiii. t.THgari.ii-jiiT.i-- fj reTM icr.it in levies to him ivwiy 0 ''ti rv. Post-officolto-geth- And tho Hartford llcratd says "Ohio county is redeemed." Iu a straight race between tho Republicans, Rates and Terms. Democrats and Populists, John V. Subscriptions $1.25 per annum in Lewis, tbo Republican candidate for advance. Ical notices toe per line first in Congress, received a majority of 520. sertion and 5c each subsequent inser- That doggoned JJerald won't tell tbo tion. Large contracts special rates. truth. It will tell a lie when tho Calls on candidates nnd political truth would eound better. matter 10c per line. . i OrFicr.r.sot the election at Bart-lct- ts Much praise is due Chairmnn Sam precinct only certified that first J. Roberts for the excellent manner in electors on each ticket and candidates which he has managed tho Campaign for CongresJ received any voles and just closed iu Kentucky. Ho is a suc- they were counted by canvassing cess as a newspaper man and has biardas certified. If any votes wcie made n success out of managing tho thrown out in that precinct as charged He is a brainy young by the tlcrvld the'oflicero of the electhe Campaign. fellow, and wo predict him a good tion threw not them out and place under rresideutMcKinley.Therc the canvassing board. is nothing too good for a Kentucky I'lioixn returns were not mado Journalist, and especially if ho is a at Beaver Dam Republican Journalist. Hero's hoping by election officer that Roberts may have whatever he and Buford precincts. Instead of asks for, nnd we ensure him that The naming tho exact number of votes Rcrum.icAN is for him from first to each elector received they certified to the number of votes received, by last. first elector on each ticket and made Now that McKinley is elected nnd "ditto" marks under same and oppothe scramble for office has begun we site the names of tho other electors. wish to say that in the person of Hon. The canvassing board accepted the C. M. Barnett we see the next collec-- . ditto marks as figures and the same tor of Internal Revenue for thi3 Dis- number of voles were counted for each trict. Mr. Barnett being Chairman elector. Election officers should be of the State Central Committee ho more careful. will have the endorsement of the Tom The protraced entire State organization, nnd tbo Watson is alarming. silence of he is Possibly 11 More Ciirutitt Potter Is contained in a bottle of Hood's Sarsaparllla than iu any other similar preparation It costs the proprietor and manufacturer more. It costs the jobber tnoie end is worth more to the consumer. It has a record of cures unknown to any other medBreckinridge county stands alone iu icine. It is the best to buy because her glory with a majority of 63 for it is the One True Blood Purifier. McKinley and the Hon. D. H. Smith Hood's Pills are the best family ran just 300 votes behind Mr. Lewis. When we turn to the eastern end cathartic and liver medicine. Gcutle, of the Fourth Congressional District reliable, sure. n sad scene itself, pnsenis 3:4b Hardin, Kelson and Marion all gave overwhelming majorities for Bryan McKinley Carries Kontucky Mr. "C J ," of Lebanon, who erstwhile was giving out bugle calls for by a Safe Plurality. the western end of the District to stand by lohu W Lewis is Invited to It seems certain that Kentucky has contemplate the figures of the eastern been caaried by the McKinley electors end ol the District as compared with and the old commonwealth will cast the figures of Ohio, Breckinridge and its first electoral vote for Republican Grayson counties, which compose nominees. Chairman Sam J. Robthe casters end. We advised "C.J " erts, who has been figuring on the at the time that he hid better attend vote for almost a week, has issued more especially to Maiiou county and his last report which is as follows. events show that our advice was "Practially complete official returns We do not give McKinley good and wholesome. 444 plurality in Kenwish to be understood as finding fault tucky unofficial advices indicating with the Republicans in any portion that the four missing counties will of the District, for they are all ear- increase rather than decrease these nest and loyal party men. But it 'is figures. The Republicans elect four well enough for honor to be given members of congress and a judge of where honor is due, and for the peo the highest court of the state for an pie to knowwhats what. eight year term, nnd by the filling of The success of the Republicans vacancies have secured a majoiity ol will, to be sure, create somewhat ot a two In the seneral assembly on joint scramble for the offices to be distribballot, which insures a Republican uted. Breckinridge county will fur- successor to Senator Blackburn. nish her share. We understand that "The total vote in the state will apseveral of our citizens have revenue proximate 425,000, an increrse of 0 appointments iu view, while the over last year's vote, and 25,000 at this place is also thought more than the highest estimate before to be worth having. Messrs. John the election. The Republican vote P. Haswell, Jr., Marcus Kinchelce, increased about 40,000 over Bradley's and C. M. Heston are the announced vote a jear ago, which was 17,000 applicants lor our Post office, while higher than ever before cast in a otheis might be found without the presidential election, and the Demoaid of a very powerful magnifying cratic vote was 29,000 votes higher. glass. In the meanwhile the county These figures will give some idea of officers to be elected next November the intensity of the political sttuggle are not being overlooked and through which Kentucky has just there will be lively times in passed. old'Brecklnridge during the next Sa. J. Rodeuts, Chairman." year. RoniN Hood. "Turn the rascals out" the fatuiN Hnliir Will iar party cry may be applied to The battle has been fought, and The microbes as well as to men the victory won. Wtu. McKinley is germs of disease that lurk in the the President elect of the United blood are "turned out" by Aer's States; also, there is no doubt that Sarsapirilla ns effectually as the old Congress, both houses and Senate, postmasters are displaced by a new will be Republican. It has been a administration great victory. Now let the country Til .Sam J. ItnlirrlN. rejoice that a great calamity has been To Mr. Sam J. Roberts, of the Lex- averted, and that the country will resume its march ot progress and pros- ington Leader, all Republicans doff perity. Now capital will begin to their hats. As Chairman of the cammove, labor will find employment, paign committee, he has covered evs the hum of industry will begin. We ery point. With unuupissed he guided an army whose do uot expect everything to come at once but the beginning of a business trumph was received with joy in all revival will take place at once; al sections of this country. Mr. Robready it has commenced. Money will erts has shown himielftoben mag get easier, mills and factories which nificent general and his great execuhave been idle for many months will tive ability is now something ot resume operation, and will call back national note No one in this state their long idle hands; money will did more for Major McKinley than gradually begin to flow out into the his former neighbor and fellow townsinterior of the country, nnd the farm- man, Mr. Roberts Four years ago er will soon begin to realize some the Lexington journalist "predicted benfit! but we must not expect too the nomination ot McKinley as well much all at once; it will require many as his election and not since that months to get started up, and to re time has he faltered in his fisht for turn to our old tlmebuslnessniethods the great protectionist. Tint Mr. nnd we mint not expect, like some of Roberts will occupy a high seat in our free silver friends, that we will the councils of the state during the find a dollar lying under our plates next administration, all know in adevery morning for breakfast. No vance. He is deserving of the best Paraman can expect under free silver or that comes to Kentucky. under a gold standard, that he can graph. get money without working for it. When the hair has (alien out, leav. The election ol William McKinley ing the head bald If the is not eu means that the millions ol idle shiny, there is a chance of regaining will soon be able to find em- - the hair by using Hall's Hair Renew-er- . P'y"nt at remunerative waRe How different it would have been If mi The election is over, that is the president! tl election is over. Uufor- -' tuuately wc have an election every year. Next year the counties of this stite elect their county officers. 1'ti-- m tries to nominate candidates will be held as early as December.' In this county we not only have our clcctiou county primary and alyear, for next but wj so have n local option contest in the Hirdluslmrg Magisterial District iu Djcembtr. Thus it is the American p.'opte have no test from politics In looking over the vote in our neighboring counties, In the election past, we find that Brcckenridge county is the only county that has kept aloft fie banner of Republicanism. Ohlocouiity went for Hryau, nlbeit she gave the Hon John W. Lewis n magnificent uipjority. Hancock county went for the "Boy Orator of the Platte." Grayson county gave Bryan a majority of 109. jut the disfrlct except 2 500 sound-moneDemocrats and every Populist. "Now what do we find? We find that instead ot receiving 15,415 votes or a reasonable increase over that number growing out of the Increased Interest in the election among voters, that Mr, Bryan has received 25,920 votes neatly double the amount to which he was entitled. To show that this remarkable incieae could not have come from Republican ranks, we increased our vote from 11,658, about what we thought we would get on the basis of the Bradley vote, to 13.352, an increase of 2,694 votes. This is of course, accounted for by the getting out of more than the ordinary Republican vote. But how, with all the disinfection existing, is the Democratic Increase of 10,505 accounted for? That is what wc pro pose to find out. I repeat that it is curious, to say the least." tioon fioi'Mi rnMitoN m:.vmi:. t RUN W THBJIOVEBNHJJNT. WANTEDl To buy 40 batrels new sorghum, wilt To tell pay 20c icr gallon In trade. you the best ft 25 every day shoe jou ever saw. The largest heating stove you ever saw for the nioncv. linsey 2jc. Kxtra Best home-madgood tied ticking I2). ' Good jeuiis pants 75c. Celebrated Mayfield pants Corduroy $1 50, $1 00 and fi 50. Duck wotk pants $1 50 and 2 00 New i 50 coat, (t 00, f i 25 and stock of young men's overcoats, all Don't forget to see our prices. $2 50 to fS 00 and guaranteed In every piutlcular. Children's No. 7 step heavy ribbed hose 5c. 00. stove f 6 75 Cheval Drepsets $2 40. Solas Cupboards fi 50 Double cine Mat clt.drs fi 00. e she The Popocrats ctalm their recent Was due to a heavy expense; Money was used but the real cause Was good, sound common sense. Money Is power which power was used In the Western miner's delense; . Greitir power than money was used Twas good, sound common hen.se. Hanna'a money saved By mlht have been cornctly looking lnnce; The country is alwiys sale in care pood, sound common senc. Ol to fCI With cheek nnd brnln immense; Appealing to thedangcious prejudice ul men They canvassed this country from sea Not their gool, sense. sounl common William J. Bryan was shot in the heel As he leaped ovitr the fence; With n modern ballot heavily Tho Russian Dlsponsury System for Silj of SplrlH. Tho extension of tho system of monopoly of tho sale of spirits by tho crown In Rusuln Is described by our consul general at St. Petersburg in ids last report, says tho London Times. Tho system was first Introduced in 181)3 in tho provinces of Perm, Ufa, Orenburg and 8aninra, nnd won extended from July 1, IBM, to Uesnrnbla, Volhynln, EVnterlnov Poltuvn, tho lav, Kleff, Podolla, Taurldn, Kherson and Tchornlgov. To thoso provinces tho system hai been appflod, with somo modifications, which" local peculiarities and conditions havo necessitated. Tho modifications consist principally In tho acquisition by tho govornmont of corn brandy from small brandy distilleries, whereas In tho four eastern provinces such purvhoaes wero confined to largo distilleries. Moreover, brandy distilled from grain and potatoes will bo acquired by tho t f Jpnes 1 & Morehead, KV. rUMSA.NT RllKIK. chnrged With good, sound common BREVITIES' OF F. Renfrow. FUN. 4: Djscrted Wlfo (in conversation with sympathetic) frroccr) "And I trusted him sol" Grooor "Confound It, so did I." BsMton Transcript. "Your fashionable woman seldom Ima a warm heart, I toko it." "Well, It dopends. If sho has plump shoulders sho doesn't mind much about her heart." Detroit Trlbuna "Now my good man," said tho stout gontlemnn, "If I pavo you a pleco of silver, what would you do with ttr 'Td Mto It," ropllod tho cautious tramp. Yonkcrs Statesman. Filial Disrespect, "Mrs. has disinherited hor son." "What's that for?" "Ho wont and. got bald just as she was thinking of potting married again." Chicago Du-brv- Record. 70,-00- Iniri. witch-fulnes- work-ingiu- naw V.XSK Illl.V. il0 .... . ,,;'; Rev, Matthews filled his regular appointment here last Sunday Rev. J. D. Dune in will fill his y regular appointments here next and Sunday. Rev. John Jarnagiu will preach here the fouith Sunday. Rev. II. V. Bruner will preach here on Saturday night before the fi Hi Sunday in December, Sit-unla- 1 tosa: m-i- I I liar, "'""of I lastSiturday night The excitement of the election is over nud the Popocrats are .ill sick and the Republicans arc all we 1 leased, but if John W Lewis had C een elected they would have 'e't Andkhson, better. Many people, when a little const i. pated, make the mistake ol usIiik sa. line or other dras'le purgat vis All that is nettled is a milddoheol Ayer's Pills to restate the regular movement of the bowels, and natuie will d the rest. They keep the system in perfect order 1 The Blackford Circle meeting will be held here the 26th and 27II1 ol December. IJverybody is invited The people of the community are re roofing the church Mr Johu Leach left here on November the 1st lor Florida. Several from this neighborhood attended the ratification at Rosine I I n-- i 11 " lJ jtst tl o n column whether theie was a mule on the ark cr not?" "Do you belle to tho story about No, sir. Narry a mule. When tho sun to Joshua commanding Captain Noah built the nrk as a high etand still?" "Well, 1'vo told my water packet in the Ar.nct trade and wlfo woreo stories than that In tryhe went into the menagerie business, ing to provo to her that tbo clock government has answered financialhe foil ind thatthere was n ' mule out" wns wrong," Washington Times. ly all expectations. Rut tho first . Dusenborry "It's dread- essay In Its application to four of tho just as he got ready to leave on his maiden trip He went ashore, and ful to bo disappointed in lovo." Mr. eastern provinces of tho cmplro has Dusenborry "Thoro Is something a proved so sail .factory In general ef- alter looking around found a mule trroat deal worao than that." fect as to justify tho gradual ax ten- and would have made his animal show "What, for tustanco?" "To bo sion of tho sygtom to other parts of complete il he had been able to get marriage-- " Texas in the empire. Tills gradual extension him aboard the boat Not being nbte Stftor. is now in progress. to find a negro who would twist his AN ORPHANED FAWN. tail and make him get nboaid by DEFERRED SECURITIEa walking the gangplank, and nfler The Slrango Pet of a Portland (Ore.) A Recent Broach of Promise Novslty trjing to get tils crew to coax, tdiovc Lad. In England. or carry the mute nboaid he got mad, A young boy with a pet fawn trotting behind him attracted attention On tho Stock Hxchango what are mug the bell, bac"Ved cut and lit out on n recent afternoon on tho White called deforrod shares nro a recogfor Ararat, leaving the mule a lonely, Houstj road In Portland. Tbo llttlo nized form of security, nnd, although lilendles beast until he was discovcreature was perfectly tamo, and on tlioy may bear no Interest for the ered by a negro. The two have been tho approach of a team would timidtime being, Jthoy sometimes provo in last friends ever since. Louisville ly run to tho boy's side aa though tho long run a very profitable inn seeking protection. To a vestment. Tho honor of first ap- Courier Journal. insurance man, who was on plying tljU form of speculation to tho rood driving with his wife, tho breach of promise of mnrrlaga unlad told the story of his acquisition doubtedly belongs to Mrs. Mary ilalli tint of tho iawn, Rosenberg, fur machinist, nlso a itfuisn ;r propTssessiug widow of 23, whoso Somo weeks atfo tho boy was Ashing on tho Tualatin river. Fish implicit rvllnnco on tho honesty of If yon need a wup, come to Carson wero plentiful, and, engrossed in tho Mr. Israel Katw ended In chagrin A Co. sport, the lad kept hU eyes on tho and disappointment. The parties rlpplo, taking no cognizance of what rcsklcJ In Aldgnta A casual mooting 1.1111:11 1'. vras going on behind him. A bloatripened Into friendship, and friendAs I huve not heard from Daicy ing sound from tho bank above him ship bloasornol Into n promise of D ..lie lor some time I will try to tret ho paid no attention to, thinking it marriage, under tho rosy halo of up a short piece Irom Libtity. The wa3 somo stray lamb. Tho bleating which Katzc (sorrowed tcu pounds quuterly meeting will be held at was repeated a number of times, but rum his too confldlna sweotheort, tho boy was fishing and tho trout Then hU nrdor cooled. Finally It this place the Saturday bclore and wero rising frooly. Then como a from altogether, and, after fulthlcss- - the fourth Sunday in this month. patter of tiny hoofs down tho river j ly plighting his troth to another, ho Everybody invited to attend. Horace Taylor has just .closed a oanK, and a llttlo cold noso was iveiiv kj ouuhi mnuu. iijra. iiuion-ber- g brought un action for broach very successful singing ichool at this pushed In his hand. Looking down, of pronilso of marriage against him place. tho boy found tho fnwn standing him, apparently without fear, In the ldyli court, which, being unMrs. G. N Smith is ou the sick was remitted to tho tho pleading look In its big brown defended, list. oyed asking help. Ita neck and ono sheriff of Mlddloscx to assess tho A large crod from here attended sido of tho head wns covered with damages. Mr. Bertram Jacobs, tho solicitor who appcarc-- J for tho lady, the exercises at Vine Grove Fridsy blood, still wet, It-- limbs barely supexplained that thero was no present night. porting tho frwtl body. Tho boy's first thought was that expectation of obtaining whatever The social at Mr Rick Taylors tho wait liivd been wounded, and in dnmagoj tho jury might give, but, Saturday night was much enjoyed by attempting to reach water had como &3 gentlemen who went to Africa all who attended. out on tho river bank nt tho polnl often mado fortunca nnd longed to We areola I to learn that Miss where ho was fishing, and through return to England to provo tho fact Lillie Austin is able to be out alter weakness bjlng unablo to go to tho public, tho verdict might ultisheer further, had tumbled down to tho mately become of value to her. In quite a spell ol typhoid fever. The McCoy gitla, if St Louis.are at other word, It would form a Btrenm, landing by his side. Picksecurity.' Tho jury awarded home on the account of their mother's ing tho little thing up In his arras, the lad waded out on tho ripplo, and, hor 150 tlanugcj. Mr. Kateo now sickness. washing the blood from tho fawn's knows what ho has to moot, and tho Mr. Sam Stevens and family, of sooner ho comc3 back tho less in- Union, wcie the guests ol Mr. G. W. neck, found It uninjured. Somo pot hunter bud shot tho terest will ho havo to pay. London Smith and family Saturday and Suu mother doo, and with her dying Telegraph. day. strength sho had plunged back Tobacco h 3chool. Mr. W. C. Mucker has his new through tho timber to reach tho baby deer, born but a fow dya Prof. FIsk, official physician at house about completed. Tho fawn had evidently J. S. C. Yale, givcj 03 a pago from his exalarmed and started to find perience thut of a class of 147 stutho buck. Its ono point of location dents tho 77 who did not uso toCURED AT YEARS. being tho runway at tho river, bacco surpasiiJ tbo 70 who did by Br. Miles' Wew neart Cure Victorious. where, during Iti fow days of life, 10 p.T cont. increaso In weight, 21 how nuch a rcoord. ..No othor medietas tlio two Had nightly como to drink. wr cent, Increaso In height, 20 per Hero U a vcrltablo cn patriarch. 7J yearn i! bo. llh Tho boy, who jmvo his namo as cent, increaso in chest nnd 77 nor had Heart atronir prejudice, toorerrome, wbj Uiuatt took tho Frank Harrison, took tho fawn to cont. In lung capacity. Tho hlghost Heart Curo and la it vtart. lloand wolL Now now eound his home, where there was 11 buby fourth of tho class In scholarship brother and a tiurilng bottle, and wero nlmost nil nnu togothor Mrs. Hanlion Is bringing tho lowest fourth almost nil smokers, up her own baby and tho orphaned originally signified Scantier deer. It wns Icjs than an hour before tho, fawn had accustomed Itself only "to go out of a field." to tho now surroundings and wns Why Sho Falntod. porfectly at honu. It nt onco atleading a skyo terrier by a A lady tached 'Itself to tho boy, Frank, seeming to look on tho l in Its natural chain entered tho ladloi' cabin of a protector, and now whoravor tho Gloucester ferryboat tho othor day. Tho dog crawled undor the seat and lnd goal tho fawn follows. Portwont to sleep. Presently n stout land Telegram. man, carrying a markot basket, took A Russian Djb. tho vacant placo besldo hor nnd A traveler from Russia says that stowed his baskot undor tho scat Russian babies fn Slbarla nro not Soon after tho boat started tho very uttr wtlvo. Ho says that ono woman bogan to wriggle. Rho shook diiy he noticed In 0110 of tho houses out her skirts, and In an nudlblo a curious bundlo on a Shelf; another whisper said: "Don't borudo, Fida" BAifnar. O. flm hung from a psg In tho wall, and a Presently sho turned palo. and, jork-lu- g 0ri LAk?f l!'?h. " . WM. I haro been troubled with heart dlseuo 15 tho chain, cried: "Llo down, third hung by a ropo from tho eara or mora. Mont of tho lima I waa ao Uehavo yourself, sir." A rafters this ono tho mothor was Fida WM P.ot mo to o out atone, aa dfujapolla would causa swinging. Tho traveler discovered moment later sho jumped up with a aerero palpitation, ahortnoaa (alllnR. I bad of breath that each curious bundlo was n child; shriek and began to ox ecu to a war auddenpafnathatrenderedmolielplou. and All pbTilclana did for tho ono In tho swinging bundlo was dauco, striking at hor skirts tho quiet. In August mo waa to adrlio keeping lait 1 commencod Uking while, Tho stout citizen stared at tho youngejt, Tho travoler looked Dr. Miles' New Cure, nt tho llttlo baby, and found It bo her In nmnzomont, and then an Idea and before I had flnlthod Heart bottlo I the Ursa Btruck him. Reaching undor tbo found the medicine waa ft dirty that ho exclaimed In disgust: hara now used four bottlo. In all am foellnt entirely well I am 13 j ears and and havo "Why do you not wash It?" Tho scat for his baskot ho looked Insldo of age held a grudge agalnat patent medlclnta all mother looked horror-strlckomy lite, but I will not allow thla to prerent and It, and then a great light of gl'lnc my over him. "Madam," iraluable testimony to the great cure your ejaculated: "Wash itl Wash Uw remedy haa wrought In ino. 1 do said he, without moving an oyolash, babyl Why, It would kill Itl" What tt.1 Heart Cure. PE'?f.lf.0.nR' BAMOEtj 0, INK. n happy country Uuasln would bo "when you nro through with my vr. Mil 03 Heart uurolj Bold i guarantee that tno tint bottle for some boysl Never to hear lobster, will you kindly roturn It to lllj4..elal...All Ik .a all a,,. "Wash your face nnd hands," nor mo?" Tho jaws of tho lobster wore wrenched apart before tho lady had "Havo you briulieJ your hulr?" N. Dr. Miles' Heart Curo 3G3t. recovered from hor faint, I Y. Outlook. Llfo. Mt-3I ' well-know- "What in tho world did you say when mamma caught you alone in tho dark with Jock Robinson?" "I told hor I wan tod to set) If I could play without my notes." nrookfyn government In preference to that obtained from tho reslduo of sugar mado of beetroot, tho brandy distilled from which lies n peculiar taste, which renders It rather It would appear that tho salo of Scotch nnd Irish whisky, gin, rum, liqueurs and othor spirituous drinks, excepting wlno, beer, porter nnd mead, comos under tbo operation of tho now liquor salo monopoly law, nnd that It will rest with tho ministers of finance ami tho Interior to lssuaor withhold licenses for tho salo of these to private Individuals. The ordinary corn brandy, or vodka, of tho country in Its various forms is, under tlie now rogulo-tlonsold from shops nnd depots tlw government, by tnnintnlne.l which, however, as In the coso ol splrltuoiu drinks of foreign origin, roservcB to Itself tho right of allowing prlvato dealers, such as grocers, etc., to sell vodka, and the right of doing so will be granted oniy to who mny bo considered persons thoroughly trustworthy. From July 1, 1897, the monopoly will bo ex- Wis8 Aargaret tIall, t PIANO TEACHER IlAinroiiii, Kbrtucky. FALL term begun August .11, 1MK, at her homo for the reception of Sjircinl Thorough training. attention given to oung pupils. Tcrnu as uiusL Your patnumgo solicited. m . 6 Urn Dr. Pell s Pine coughs for young Tnr Honey cure and eld. Most con h medicines simply helps jou Dr. Hell's Pn.e Tar Honey cough helps job not to cough See the diflerencef Would jou like to try it? 25 cents gets jou the biggest quarter bottle ofcoiih medicine you ever It is piitiiularly valuable for ssw. those ulfo can not st.tud the strain of coughing Ask your drugglit for it. Take no stibstitnte. There is nothing as goexl as Dr. Hell's Pine Tar Honey. Por sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & IUo. tended to tho provinces of Wllnn, Vitebsk, Kovno, Minsk, Moghlleff and Smolensk, nnd from January 1, 1833, n further extension of tho system will embraco the provinces of St. Petersburg, Novgorod, Pskov, Olonetsk and Khnrkoff. "It b too early yet to form n ponltlvo judgment whether the monopoly of tno salo of spirituous leverages by tho Sn Mill AImvumI, A coucfpotulcnt arks, "To decide a bet .n ill ycu please state in the river OASTOIlUi., iM bo-sl- j lst do-fer- 1 bo-for-e, n fSTm '?" "";' Qod-aon- MlV m ' r r THE OLDEST AND THE BEST tlio most prompt nnd for diseases of tlio throat and lungs, is Ayer's Cherry l'cctornl. As nn emergency medi cine, for tlio cure of Croup, Soro Throat, Lung Fovcr and Whooping Cough, Cotigh-curc, V. )H CAPES AND JACKETS -Fair Bros. & Co. Arc now showing the pretties lines of cfTcctlvo remedy '- - And gver Brought to Ohio (Joanty, Janets fel AYER'S cannot bo equaled. jK. M. UllAVT.KY, ' 1). 1), DIh. Sec. of Conic nnd sec our large stock of In a general store. We sell womens good shoes forosc, $1 25 and $2.25. Men's shoes for 08c Beht for $1,25 Agool boot for $1 35. Men's nnd boys over-cointul macintoshes nt your own price. Also bed comforts and bed blankets. The latest improved sewing machine, guaranteed for five years, nt $2o.Ladlcs hats nt all prices; cloaks and capes. Bring your family nnd your produce nnd give us a trial. MonmiiAD, Jones & Co. drygoolsnnd everything kept KENTUCKY CROP REPORT. HIS LIFE A FAILURE. Awanteti llElitst J forces-Vor- ld'a Pnlr Condition of Crops and Llvo Stock Novombor 1, 1800. Report on condition of ciops nnd s'.ock on November 1st is taken from replies Irom 151 correspondents, rep. Tells of His Giddy fllae and tha Fall That Followed. ts resenting counties. WHEAT. Early in the oeason the tendency 101 Tlio Loudon Telegraph has been publishing lately a lot of letters from pcoplo out Of work, and for ono reason or another unnblo to get It. Hero Is ono of thorn. It discloses a varied and decidedly Interesting Cherry Pectoral Our line comprises the output of two factories; the styles arc right, the quality is the best, the prices arc the lowest. LADIES FINE tlio American Bap tist Publishing Society. Petersburg, Vn., endorses It, as n euro for violent colds, bronchitis, etc. Dr. Urawlcy nlso mlds: To all ministers suffering from throat troubles, I recommend AYER'S Cherry Pectoral Awarded Xedtl at World's Fair. AYERS PILLS Cure Lhsr and Stomach Troubles BEAVER JACKETS Black and blue $3; Ladies black and blue bouclo jackets $3 to $5; capes $2, trimmed in braid or fur; handsome beaver capes, trimmed in buttons$3.50 to $7, misses jackets, sire 8 to .12 years, $1.50 to $5. , We hare a complete line of ladies cloth in tan, brown, black and blue to make capes and infante cloaks.- Cnll on E. L. Bullington. Touiorrow is Teachers' pay day. Call on 13. L Bullington for anything in the tonsornl line. Bullington is prepared to give you the best shave or hnlr trim. Bulllngtou'is prepared a good shave or shampoo. togivejou harness tl For horse Sam!: Apply at this A saddle nnd office. G. T. Westerfield will have fine turkeys for Thanksgiving. I want to trade a sewing machine for boards. Gitoss Williams. Leave your order with G. T Westerfield fur a Thanksgiving turkey. We can please you in style, quality and price. Come direct to see us and we will show you some bargains. I want to trade a sewing machine lor corn and hay. Gross Williams. STsuiir Bros. z Co. proprietors, artford Jemple of fashion.- HellKSHY The election being over we now have ample time to get a good breath and reflect upon what has happened, and to let our best wUhes go out or the very highest of officers and to all our American people, knowing that he who rulM the people must do it wisely and that we must endeavor to make the best ol the lot in which we are cast, and never forgetting that there is a higher power than President Cleveland or Wiu. McKtnlcy that will guide nnd aid us as n lre and Independent and God serving nation. The much talked ol and long waited for and patiently looked for election Is a thing ol the past nnd It failed togo at the ratio of 16 to I, while, perhaps some are sadly and consldeiablv cist down, It la certainly for the best that it Is as it Is. The Coal Company at Render ptld Its hand off Saturday night at one-hapay In gold. Born, to the wife of R. C. Caldwell on the night ol thejistul October, a ten pound boy. Dr. Smith attend-ndisap-pointed ll g Col. I. B. Nail, Louisville, was the guest of Dr. J. E. Pendleton and fam- elector, Sam Kash, was 2653, which ily the first of the week. is more votes than any other RepubWe ktTt n fiue line of teachers' lican nominee ever received in Ohio is some grade cards for 35 cents per hundred. county. This we suppose more "redemption." Send in your orders We have been Informed by the Res I wint to trade n sewing machine publican County Committee that they lor n No. 1 cow and calf will call an early Convention to nomGross Williams. inate candidates for county offices. Our Job Depirtmnt is always The Convention will likely be called ready to do your job work for you nt in January or Februrary. the lowest ciu.li figures. IIAMI.I.V Ccntretown, "Ky, Hie Chii nly i:ieetlon. The Herald says Ohio county is "redeemed" hut It falls to tell how. For the benefit of voters we give the vote ol Ohio county where each party was represented on the ticket and for that purpose have selected the vote between the candidates lor Congress. I) cause the People's party had 110 full electoral ticket. The vote was as follows lor Congressman: John W. Lewis Republican. 2637; David II. Smith, Silver Democrat, 2092; Jas. II. Durham, People's party, 636; W. M. Likens, Prohibitionist, 82. This gives Mr. Lewis' majority of 545 over Silver Democrat, Smith, and a Republican gain of 483 over the vote for Bradley in 1895. It also shows a Silver Democratic gain of 222 over the vote for Hardin in 1895 and a clear Republican gain of 261. If Silver Democrats can get any consolation out of this they are welcome to it and If this Is what they call "redeem ed" the Repcblicans say giveus some more "redemption." It Is also true that the fusion electoral ticket about tied in this county, but when the campaign opened the vote of 1895 showed that the combined vote of Silver Democrats of 1870 lor Hardin and 626 for Petit over Bradley's vote of 2154 showed that the Silvcrlte fusionists had in Ohio county a clear majority of 342. This majority has entirely disppeared and if this is what the Herald calls "redeemed" we again repeat give us some more "redemption." For the benefit ol the public we will add that the Republican vote for our first was towards a decreased acreage ol whent This was materially checked both by favorable seeding conditions existing late In the season, nnd by the rapid rise in the price of this cereal. The scarcity of good seed wheat has, to some extent, lavortd a deceased acreage. The acrege seeded this season, ns compared with the fa'l of 1895, Is 96 per cent. Taking the figures as returned by the county a' lessors, and allowing for the tierce .itage ol the crop plowed up last spring on nccount of winter-killin- g, gives the total of acreage seeded this year 948,024 acres. The condition of the growing plant, especially the early sown, is excellent. The growing weather during October resulted In petted germination, and the stand is almost pefect, the only exception being where inferior seed was sown. Sinie cases ot this kind are reported where resowlng was necessary. Another favorable feature is thethorough p.eparatlon ol the soil for the crop. Weather conditions favored this to a remarkable degree, and, combined with the stimulation of ndvanclnrr prices, the result is the best cultivated crops for years. HOGS. The condition of feeding hogs averages 84, which is a falling off from last month. The decrease Is due to the increased prevalence of cholera. The fear ol this disease has caused many fanners to rush hogs on the market before they were matured. Many correspondents express a belief that this will have a decided effect on the number of hogs to be marketed during the packing season. The We, the undtrsigncd voters of Ohio county Ky.v solicit the candidacy of Sam T. Harnett for the office of Sheriff of Ohio county, pkdging him All. our heaity support. C. J. F. Hicks, J- R l)avn, J M Newcoiub, C Park, K M Cook, S Le.icli. Hosca Shown, W. A. Catsou, Syl venter Shown, Rupert Bennttt, V. II Humphrey, Ed Shown, li. M Bennett, Ins. I, Hicks, Eston Willhius, W. S. Tin.sley, Wm. li. Waid, Hczzle Ward, A W. MilU. .ViMlit" l I. "It Mill. The undersigned will be H Hart-lornn the igtli, 20th and 21st ol November to contract for saw los Will be pleased to meet any Rcsp y wishing to contract. W. II Moork Agent forjohn A Reitz & Sons d Governor Bradley following proclamation: The State The following named persons have or nation that is unmindlul of. or tin physician. A protracted meeting is in prog- grateful for, the blessings bestowed ptld their subscription to Tub since our last issue: II. ress at McIIenry school house .and by a merciful God, cannot and should quite an Interest is being tnken by not deserve prosperity. To Him we F. Armeii'lt. J. M. Casebier, 15. B. saint and sinner. Services are con- owe all that we are and hope to be Allen, Hartiord; S. T. Hunter, Small-housHiley Taylor, Beaver Dim; war nnd ducted by Revs. Luster and Wllky. He has prevented our granaries, perstrved Jas Wedding, Sulphur Springs; Henand Miss Clemmie Mr. Tom Harlan ry Tmsley, Corydon; S. A, Garrett Hicks were, we understand, united our honor and piotccted our instiCertcttown, In the holy bonds of matrimony at tutions. therefore, the people of Kentucky Rockport, Indiana the ;lh Inst. The Mr. lames P. Thomas is nt home best wishes ol the writer and of their are tiqucsted to assemble at their respective place of worship and ob- alter having stajtd in Republican many friends for their happiness and in Louisville until serve Thursday, the 261I1 day of this headquarters long Hie In a month, in thanksgiving for the bles- everything was closed out and the Dr. J. S. Smith will leave campaign ended. Jim is highly short time to take a course lu medl. sings of the past and present, and in pleased with the result ol the election prayer for their continuance in the cine. and is enthusiastic in his praise of Mr. Solon Tatterson entered Beaver future. Done at Frankfoit on the 5th day Chairman Roberts and his other asDam school last week. sistants. Miss Bertie Parks Is visiting friends ol November, in the year of our I,ord 1896, and the 105th year ot the at centertowu. In nn other column In this Ismic Mr. Leslie Myers, after a seveie will be found the announcement ot Wm. O Bhadusv, Governor. spell of typhoid ferer.is up and at his Mr. F. Leonard Simkilur as a candiny R.D.Gui'i'V, Assistant Secretary date for the office place in the Company store at Renrf Clerk of the ol State. Ohio county Circuit Couit, subject der. Mr. James McConnell has moved to the action of the Republic in party. to town and is In the employ of the Mr. Sauderfur is a rising young coal Company. school teacher of the county and is Born,-tthe wife ofD.W. Christian very popular wherever he is known. on the 7th Inst, a boy. He Is a resident of the Roslae voting Render and Miss Mr. Richard precinct. Bessie Robinson, ol this place, were Now that the election is over we married at Rockpoit, Indiana, last llrnillry lTr TIihiiIio. has issued the want. Rev. O M.Wilson filled his reguMr. nnd Mrs Aithur Miller, ol Beaver Dam, weie the guests of Mrs. lar appointment at this place Sunday night. E. V. Neal this week. The school in this district is being Dr. I. II. White, wife and little son, taught by Mr. J. F. Small, and is Sam, left Wednesday lor their progressing very nicely. new home at Charleston, Mo. Spurgeon Foster is on the sick Mr nnd Mrs. J. Allni Anderson list. art visiting friends nnd rel dives in Miss Cora Felix spent Monday Oivenboro nnd Daviess county this with Miss Clara Foster. week. Mrs. Mag Felix visited Mrs. Cun-di- ll Sunday, who Is very ill and Is not Mr.Tlios.H. Ill.ick his sold his stock of finding expected to live but a short time. groceries. Quite n crowd of joung people that his duties m, Jailor reauired all neighborhood attended Irom this his ol time. church nt Bethel Sunday. The fijlit for the Hartford Post There was considerable exciteilice has opened up in cirnest, as Sunday ment In the neighborhood there are four applicants for the place night when Mr Andrew Maple was nnd probably there nlll be more. thought to be dying. He has since Now that the county has fixed the considerably recovered. vu Court House feucf it would be a good Mr. Frank Black has gone to Idei lor the Town Trustees to put to build a house for Mr. some good Meppiug stones nt each Gabe- Likens. corner of the Court House yird Let Miss Francis Black and brother, the matter be given prompt attention Thompson, went to Olaton last Friand the steps will fill a long felt day. I. Cen-terto- t'llPI'.t,, . number of hogs, other than those being fattened, as compared with 1895, is 89 per cent. SHEEP. All reports,point to a decrease in the number of breeding ewes In the hands ot farmers. The low price of lambs for a series of years, coupled with the extreme low price of wool, has caused a gradual curtailment of flocks. The number of sheep of all kinds September 15, 1S96, as shown by reports of county assessors, is 813,629, as against 903,615 for same date of 1S95. NEW STEERABLE Can Da Propelled BALLOON. Eveji Against a Strong Head Wind. At tho Berlin Industrial exhibition thcro is to be scon a wonderful balloon, which is reported to bo scer-nbl- c in a remarkable degree. This trcmondous bag roso to tho hotght Of about 63 foot and was propelled la all directions, oven against tho wind. Tho public was allowed to give the directions, so that thoro should bo no doubt as to tho 'genuine powors of tho new nerial vessel. Dr. Wol-fcr- t, tho designer of tho balloon, claims that it can bo steored against nny wind at any altitude, but this ha3 not yet been tostod. "BOBN TOO 800N." Tlio motive powor of this elliptical-l- y The impuretles of the blood which built balloon Is a kind of doublo-b'.ado- d . ship's propeller, having a cause scrofulous eruptions are thor-dlametor ot about tiroo yards. It is oughly eradicated by "Hood's Try it. placed In front of tbo basket, while right below tho car Is another proRwnember Bullington when you peller ot tho same dimensions, for want a good share or hair cut. upward nnd downward movemont. Sarsa-parill- career: "Sir: 1 began life on my own account as a pago boy, nnd, bolng toll nnd of tolerably good appcarnnco, I was not long In blooming Into a footman and what Is termed a thorough Indoor servant. Afterwards, I was fortunate enough to get tho position os valet to ono of tho first noblemon in tho land, and ns such traveled with my master all ovor tho world and Into tbo palacos of nearly ovory crowned 1ioj1 of Europo and tho white houso at Washington, seeing llfo and the world as only such can 6co It and enjoy It, Hut, alas) I, too, foil Into disgrace, though not through dishonesty, and had to lcavo my situation without a clJffacter. "I betook myself and family away from my associates of tlio past to 0 western rural district, wlioro somo navvy work was going on for tho Great Western railway. I asked for employment, and was sot to work at 3s. Cd. per day unloading truoks ot bullAst. Handling a shovel In front of flvo tons of gravel, I found by tho blisters it brought on my hands, was altogether a different sort of employment to making snova white a pair of buckskin brooches; but I brought my troublo on myself, and was determined I would not sink and my family suffer through it moro than I could possibly help. "I worked as long as the job lasted, and then served as a farm and market gardon laborer, ostler, potman nnd I would novcr say I could not do anything that was asked mo. I had never driven a pair of horses beforo in my life, and I was instruotcd to drivo tho lato Mr. Herbert and Mrs. Ingram to the offico of tho Illustrated London News, In tho Strand, from their villa at Acton. But I found myself again drifting among my old and evil associations, so resolved to emigrate to Canada, and for the 12 years I remained in that highly favorod colony I ucod not have been out of work ono day if I had llkod; and, in my humble- ojJn-iothat is the country for all such as are full of tho real grit, moderate intelligence, and will vigorously ply their shouldor to the whool. "A fow years ago I returnod to England, but I find myself, at 03 years ot ogo, out of work, though full of health and as active as a kitten. Better testmonlata no man in England has got than mlno. I havo advertised in various papers and answered advertisements In numernblo, and In every Instanoe my ago Is my drawback. I havo not felt old yot, and I would undertake for all I am worth and I am not hard e up to cook a dinner for and wait table on six persons, as well as, if not bettor than, any young man that ovor put foot in 0 dining room, and yet if myself and wife, who also is an active, most useful indoor servant, wero to offer our services gratis, I don't supposo anyono would accept ua. "We have a few pounds savod, which wo should like to keep for that rainy day that will surely como, and it seems hard that active, willing men and woman should be refused employment thoy could most satisfactorily do because thoy happened, through no fault of their own, n, four-entre- mmA - MOST PERFECT MADE. pure Gripe Cream of Tartar Powder, rfom Ammonia, Alum or any MfMH BETTERS otheradulttftrst. fro 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. On McKinley . Carrying Kentucky Will Win. The betting fraternity seems very much agitated over the political outcome of the McKlnley-Brvafight in Kentucky. The holders of the Btynu end are vainly hoping that if Smith, the highest candidate on the Bryan ticket pulls through by running ahead of the lowest man on the McKinley ticket, Bryan thus getting one of the thirteen electors, they will get their money back. This is not true. The McKinley men will win every bet. Had Bryan gotton six to McKinley 's seven of the electors, even then every Bryan better would lose his money; much more does he loose if McKinley get twelve out of thirteen. There can be no dispute about this. This claim that McKinley has not carried the State because Bryan has one elector is exceedingly trans-- , parent and will not hold anywhere. It would be the grossest unfairness to say that bets should be drawn because the first elector on the Bryan ticket runs a few votes ahead ol the last man on the McKluley ticket. Hither the men at head of each electoral ticket must be compared, or the men at the tail olthe ticket, and In either case the McKinley elector is 500 ahead of the Bryan elector. But while Bryan may get one elector the chances are that he will not. But should he, there is nothing left for the McKinley men to do but collect their bets. n II There is nothing old about Dr. Bell's Tine Tar Honey. Reliable old time remedies are used in its manufacture, but Dr. Bell's Pine Tnr Honey scientifically combines new and valuable medical agencies. This remedy advances a theory in the treatment of all lung and bronchial coughs uuheard of until its introduction. It always cures quickly coughs, colds and grip. It strengthens weak lungs and relieves consumption. Druggists sell It. For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. Rucklen' tnilrn Snlrr. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, FeverSoies, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Gruptions, aud positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Williams & Bell. yr. 13-- 1 3rVS&55r3 OABTOHIA. Mr. I.rwlo llrliirns Tllillikn. Hon Jno. W. Lewis in a private Gibson says: letter to Chairman "Well, the smoke has cleared away nnd we are left among the fallen, but we did the best we couldand especialof your ly the nobli Republicans coui'ty. I write to extend to you and the Republicans of Ohio county my warmest nnd most cordial wanks tor the magnificent campaign work and management In your county. If we had Ind thesame everywhere the race would have been won. Again thank-in- g you and your Republican coworkers In your county tor your work, and with the assurance that I will never forgtt any ol you, I beg to subscribe mysdf, Your Friend Jno W. Lr.wis mag-nific- Poor Blood Saturday. Mr. GUIIum Houk and family family ol Mr. Johu visiting-the are iV. P. Field. Pre Send your address to II. E. Buck leu & Co,, Chicago, and get a fiee sample box ol Dr. King's New Life Pills. A trial will convince you of their merits. These Pills are easy in action and are particularly effective in the, cure of Constipation and Sick 'Headache. For Malaria and Liver troubles they have been proved Inval-uablThey are guaranteed to be perfectly free from every deleterious substance and to be purely vegetable. They do not weaken by their action, but by giving tone to stomache and bowels greatly invigorate the system Regutar size Jjc. per box. Sold by Williams & Bell Druggist. e. rim. When a horse U poor In flesh, a new harness won't give him strength. If a house Is cold new lorniture won't warm It. If your strength is easily exhausted) work a burden) nerves weak; digestion poor; muscles soft; if you are pale and worn out, the trouble Is with the blood. It Is not so make this blood rich; nor will bitters, nor iron tonics, any more than a new harness will give strength to the horse, or new furniture will make a house warm. For poor blood you want something that will make rich blood. much IMPURE blood as POQR blood. Pills won't SCOTT'S EMULSION is Oil with Hypophos-phlte- s the best remedy in the world for enriching the blood. We hve prepared a book tilling you more about the subject. Sent Free. Wamtkd young calf. A good milch row with FofuUbyaUdruggbUtt50c&$I.OO. SCOTT & BOWNE. NwYork. Call at this office, A Cull. We, the undeislgticd Republicans ol the Buford voting precinct, recognizing the ability and worth ot our fellow Republican, R. C .Jaruagin.of Beaver Dam, Ky., and recognizing in him the rtqulslte qualifications for the office of Superintendent of the public schools of Ohio county, which office Is to be filled at the November election in 1897, do request and urge want our correspondents to again hlui to make the race for said office, pledge ourselvej send us the news from tin ir respec- and we furthermore to use all honorable means to secure tive localities. We have had to crowd such matter tut for the past tew Weeks his nominations. Alex Nicholson, owing to political matter, but we pro- - J.W Nicholson, Hoagland, M.H. Tharp, pose to make Tin; Kltudlican even John J. T. Morgan, better than heretofore and ask that E P Bennett W. G. Bennett, our correspondents take up the mat- - A. S. Bennett Sidney Bozaith, ter and let us hear from each neigh J. T. Wells, M.L.Allen, borhood every week, Give the mat' J. T. Allen Mike NlchoUon Albert Jackson ter your attention. W. II Allen, J. W. Ezell, There is a decided change In the Luther Hoagland, A. P. Yates W. S. Morgan. business outlook for Hartford. With W. S. Bartlett Isaac Hodson navigation about opened up, every Gilbert Hoover. Jerry Jackson business man has put forth energy Clint McParland, Eloise Cox, and new enterprises will soon be Matthew Jackson, Andrew Johnson. looming up lu our midst and then Nelson Murray Ilattforl will soon be the most prosWuBlrtl-Ca- .h. perous little city in the State Ltt evA reliable party wants to borrow erybody pull together for the up $ 100 at 6 per cent for twelve building of our town. Dun.t go Will give gitt edge security. months. Apply away from home to tiale, but qlve at once, t this office, your trade to Ohio county merchants and then you. will be benefits New fall dreaj goods at Catson & ted while you arc bcuefi tlngmhets Co's. j . Thoso propollcrs make 500 revolutions per minute. Tlio engino is of Tho monster elghtrhoreo power. balloon is over 30 yards long, and in tho center tho diameter is about Tho ten yards. from basket its shapo is called a gallerlo, und Is flvo yards long. It Is constructed of bamboo and is fastened to tho balloon In such a way as to form an integral part of its bulky sustalnor. Neither part can have separato movemont. Tho mothod of fastening tho two is tho secret of tho Inventor, Dr. Wolfert, who will not sny anything about it. lie has modo 53 ascents with othor smaller balloons of this construction, the last time on May 20 from tho royal of dopartmont military noronauta' drill ground. This latest und largest of his progony he has christened Doutschland, and it is hlntod that the form ot the balloon Is not dissimilar from that ordered by tho Spanish government for uso r.galnst tho Cuban revolutionaries. N. Y. Tribuna Paleontology and Evolution. Tho valuo of paleontology an affording a basis for tho evolution theory Is second to no other series of facts. Tho goncnlogy of the horso is tho most striking iustanoo of geological succession and tho most comploto phylogoay of any group of tho animal kingdom, Messrs. Osborn and Wortman, of tho Central Park museum, arc working out further dotalls of this cuso, and find between two genera of tho liorso family a series of Intermediate forms connecting Mesohlppua and Anchlthorlum, so that a strict definition of gonorio and specific They forms become! impossible show that tho tertiary horso was a typo "slowly specializing and constantly increasing in ska" N. Y. nEjcL-'vxrsLic- d- .. CuBtonwnado Garmoata Pits Guaranteed. Iose 8z, Co. 01 o presented 10 7 CD Jbv parson & o. ItB -- KENY0N COLLEGER tn ?ll a1 CD HODGENVILLH, KY. Offers exceptional advantages to young ladies and gentleNew men desiring a complete education at mull cost. Buildings, Strong Faculty, Chonp Board, Reference Libia-ry- , Hanlthful Location, Refined and Intellectual Community, Supports a Locture Course. OF SPECIAL FACILITIF.S I'OR PRHPARATION Teachers Review and Normal Training classes In session at all tiiu6, besl tea six other exhaustive and complete Send tor a We court investlvation. toursc of study. catalogue and judge for yourself where the BEST educaAddress tion can be obtained for the LEAST MONEY. all communltious to 3 (0 s p m - 3 m if v mr Independent. Survivors of a Famous Ball. Thoro nro but two known survivors of the famous ball glvon by tho duchess of Richmond at Drusscls on tho ovo of the battle of Waterloo. Thoy aw English women, Lady Loulsu and Sophia Tigho. In 1815 Lady Louisa to? 12 and Iody Sophia 0 yean of age. No cough remedy equals Dr. Bell's I'ltie Tar Honey for anybody of any agtf, from infancy on through Ufa until they are as old as Good Old Granny Metcalf. All drueeitts sell it. For sale by Z Wayne Giiflin & Bro 3 i ESLoiay Hodrjenvillo, Kentucky. on college. ThU la tho best ttirket and onn li tha beat ho una to ihln to. Wo nuka liberal ad vance! ou conilf umenu. Deride wo into better lacllHIea than other houaea tu baring many large (actorle to tupplr. We set you the top prloe anil pay apot cub 1 uot lu trade. sso uiruiug ajeni. onjp ail yuur wugi euu nria proaueo uinxi tu WOOL. WOOL. llti r Third Street, or 813 to 810 Murrell Court, HBRNDON CARTER CO. LOUISVILLE, XV. IlarLfbrcl Republican Fiumv, Xovr.Mniw 13, iSgfi. HELIOS OFJTIIE PAST, Some of tha Curious Pro.'oitlvol of London City Amontf tho iwwcrs still exorcised is tlio rijjht of mombors of tho Vintners' company to sell forelj,'ii wine nnd spirits without u license. There nre still many "free vlntcrj" throughout the country, who do not cotno under tlio jiirUdlellon of tho licensing nuthoritlc. From tltno Immemorial this company n!so tho cxcluilvo ritfht of "loading nnd landing, pitching wiJ turn-in-- " wlmw nnd spirits Impjrte I to nnd cxjiortcd from tho city of tendon. Its franchise Is still exorcised by Its The too, liavo kept thoir right to test nnd approve guns nt their proof-housThoy formerly had tho right to punish any man who made a mm without having been apprenticed td the trade, and to prevent persons hawlrin-guns for sale. Another company exercising Important powers Is tho Scriveners', which prevents tiny man practising as n notary In the city unless ho is a member of the company and duly qualified. The Fishmongers' company has nlways hud tho control of the fish trade, and a reminder to this effect came in the form of 11 notice recently Issued, addressed to "fishermen, fishmongers, dealers in fish and others," warning them against tho capture of unseabonablo and unclean salmon, and of migratory fish of Jlio genus salmou, and its salo either In London or tho provinces. Thoy do not, however, as in olden times, Impose lines "of their own right," but initiate prosecutions beforo the legal tribunals. Their functions in the matter of tlie seizuro of unsound fish are also largely undertaken now by the Inspectors and officers of local authorities. One of the latest powers exercised was by tho Butchers' company, which In tho reign of George III. got an act passed which was known as tho "Flaying Act," by which, la taclile-porter.-. s, e. Comp.-inle-- . The Curse of Manlindl The" most horrible disease to which the human family Is subject is contn- blood poison. It hm nlways lafllcil the doctors, for notultlistntuUng' progress made in fome branches of the medicine, they have failed absolutely to discover n cure for it. Whether In the form of ponder, pill orllciuid, the doc tor's prescription is always the same-po- tash or mercury. Mr. Otto II. Iilbcrt, who resides at the corner of 31A Street, and Avenue N., Galveston, Texas, had a severe experi-- , ence with this dreadful disease, and under date of April jth, 1896, writes: "Several years bro I was so unfortunate as to contract contagious blood the Eoison, and was under treatment of four continuously for years. As soon as I discovered that I had the disease, I hastened to place myself under the care of one of the foremost doctors in my State, and took his treatment faithfully for several moa'hs. It was a very short time after he pronounced me well, that the disease broke out afresh, and I was In a far worse condition that at first, Large lumps formed MR. OTTO H. ELBERT, on my neck, my throat was filled with tores, and a horrible ulcer broke out on my jaw. After being treated again with no success, I became disgusted and changed doctors. I was again given the usual treatment of mercury, and took enough to kill an ordinary man. Of course, I was pronounced cured half a dozen times, the disease returning each time, until my physician finally admitted that he could do me no good. I am sure that no one was ever in a worse fix than I my hair had fallen by the handful, my feet were so swollen that I could scarcely work, and I was in a sad plight. "I had seen S.S. S. advertised as a cure for this disease, and determined to try it, and before I had taken one bottle I felt much better. I continued to take the remedy, aud a dozen bottles cured me completely, so that for five years I have had no sign of the terrible disease. S. S. S. is the greatest blood remedy of 1.a (.( atirl lc trulvft Hnrl.tpnil tntrincp afflicted with contagious blood poison." For fifty years S.S.S. has been curing this terrible disease, even after all other treatment failed. It is guaranteed I , concert with tho cordwuiners and curriers, thoy had power to levy fines on persons "willfully, negligently or carelessly" gashing tho skins of animals wheu flaying them. re This act wns repealed in 1S21. the commission of sewers took over the duty, this company used to search for unci seize bad meat; but they found a difficulty in recovering their costs. Still more curious powers of this company were thoso for preventing "forestalling, discommending other men's meat," and "conspiring not to sell meat except They had furat a certain price. ther tho power to tax butchers for tho removal of tin general offal. Tlio cordwuiners regulated tho salo of boots and shoes up to tho time of De-fo- ovor tho Schuylkill, nt C. M. Barnett. Philadelphia, complotod about 1800, OHIO COUNTY. was tho great wonder In bridges In cmcuiT couur. America nt thnt time, according to Hon. W. T. Owen, Judgo Owcus-borMr. Popo, who believed his schomo a far better one, doing away with nil Hon. J. Edwin Rowo, Attorney but tho end abutments. Owencboro. A bridgo at Wnndipoor, India, T. II. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. was also ono of tho novcltlAS in G.B. Likens, Clerk Hartford. bridges at tho tlmo Mr. Popo B. D. Ringo, Master Commissioner It. It was composed entireHartford. ly of fir, and had not the smallest G. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund piece of Iron or any other metal to Hartford. connect Its parts. Tho beams and Cal. P. Keown, Sheriff-Hartf- ord. planks wore both of hown fir, piuued Deputies Samuel Keown Hartford together by large wooden pegs. Joe Roberts, Fordsville; Thos. R. This bridge had stood for a century Bishop, Centcrtownj S. T. Stevens, without sign of doy. Cromwell. arStill another curious-lookinCourt convenes first Monday in rangement for a bridgo Mr. Popo March and August and continues three described as being at Chuko, India. weeks, and third Monday in May and It was operated by au endless chain, November two weeks. which supported tho platform, and COUNTY COL'ltT. was securely Imbedded In masonry John P Morton, Judge Hartford. nt either end. D. M. Hocker, Clerk Hartford. Contrasting theso structures in E. P. Neal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. bridgo lino with somo of tho the Court convenes first Monday in giants recently erected in this coun- each month. try, an Idea can be had of tho treejuAnrauw courtT. mendous progress in bridge buildBegins on the third Monday in ing. Mr. Popo, if ho could now January, April, July ami October. gaze on the Brooklyn bridgo or soma COUNT OK CLAIMS. of tho great structures built on his Convenes first Mondsy in January, plan without supporters other than and Tuesday after the fourth Monday the abutments on tho shores, would in October perhaps speak less harshly of tho OTIinit COUNTY OI'FICKBS. unappreclatlvo people of America G. S. Fitzhugli, Surveyor Sulphur who could not catch his idea at tho Springs. tlmo ho designed tho first bridge to N. C. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. Z. H. Shultz, School Supt.Hnrt-lor- d. connect Manhattan island with tho Tho bridgo g tain promtnontcltizons'of the city, the governor, Daniel D. Tompkins, nnd lleutennnt governor of tho state, nnd mayor of New York, Do Witt Clinton, having subscribed to tho volumo nnd guarantee! tho expenses of publication. Architect Pope lived before his time, and all through the Interesting treatiso on his plan for n great bridge over tho Hudson nnd n description of nnclent bridgos there appears tho complaining tono Mr. of an unappreciated gonlus. Pope must liavo had oncmles, for ho refers to men who would have him locked up oh Insane for daring to suggest any such thing as n bridgo across n river like the Hudson, with nothing to hold It up In tfio middle. Hut men llko tho govornor nnd mayor nnd thewo persona who subscribed to his book listened to tho architect's story and belloved In him. Mayor Clinton believed tho day would como when both tho East rlvor and tho beautiful Hudson would bo spanned by groat bridges similar to tho ono Mr. Pope lind That was very nearly 100 years ago, and tho Hudson will at last bo spanned by a great struoture, ns tho unappreciated Popo foresaw. In Mr. Pope's volumo aro descriptions of somo of the then great bridges of this country and Europe. General Directory. 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IM -- ...... ,rtrr 1 If ;fa"i".' Asif Superintendent Public lust ruction Geo M. DavUon. Register Land Reynold. W Coniingoro. Office Uhns. O. D AYcBclaUaPrcparafJonfbr similating SIGNATURE -- IhcrcodatulRcgula-tbi(Jl!cSlamAth3amll)ovcl3C- Insurance Bureau Cotnmissioner-- Adjutant General D K Collier. Stale Librarian Mrs. Mary Brown Da-.- . mmmi &0i Promotes Dlgcslion.Chccrful-nessnruincst.ConlnlriS OF- ItAILKOAll C'OMMIfSt' NIX.S. .Tno C. Wood, chnirniHti; J. K. Dempsey, II. S. Irwin. Secretary Samuel 1 Brown. CtlVtllt'8 IOKAL. Peimtorn Hon. William C. Liml-Bnlinn. J U. S. Blackburn. Not NA110 otic. totymtfCUa-XiMCWmMl- neither Omum.Morphinc nor Mineral, IS ON THE Cartiti, and Tra!t-Mr- k entbuuticucomliKKidfor remote Irora Waihlni ton. tloo. A coal MootnTf Fill, ounOrnciiaOppoaiTcU.B.PATirrrornai id nt cinitiura rait nt la ka Una uaa lama Wa ohutntd and alt Tat. l WRAPPER OF EVEBY ol tuna In tha U. S. and Iwtija couautw ttDt (ire. AilJrtM, raufMttT, "How aJvl. !( patcaiabla r not. frta a( mr Kl lii am to Otula mm... hli uii iwtini rtu," y, Representative Fourth Hull. John W. Lewis. STATK District C.A.SNOW&OO. on. Omcc. WaaHiNaran. .vw1w PaTiNT wmwwvm D. A. I.t:OISf.ATUKK. VXinrmmflrnr: BOTTT02 OF of Sleep. m Senator Hon. A, D. James. Hon. Reprefeiitulivo Ohio County Apcrfect Remedy forConstlpa-tlon- . Sour Stomach.Diarrhoca, Worms .Convulsions Jcvcrish-dcs- s andLoss CASTORIA It sot to!J la bill. Ion't allow anjoaa o m11 plea or promlta tliat It jos anything alia on good" and "will It "Jmt aitry Be that you got GRBWEE Tac Simile Signolurc of o. NEW YORK. Ciitorta li put tp la cni-it- lottUi onlj. II ttt iu teQ TASTELESS IBCACTCOPVOfWRAPPEn. j RALLY ROUND I'OH SOli.ND MONKY, TON IE Pac la Mrdklna Co.. M U.uli. lo. M tie ntl.mcn - wa -t lut year, tvO bMl. TAHTHI.K.CI III J. TONIC utl OHOVK-toutfltt Ihrtm aru. .InMuljr tblay.ar. In all oar bnra ran.ntti ol It rmr. In lbs druj buin.M.t uu oarrr k)M an art trie thai ative turn unuanal luuratnilr, iacUou aa jvut lVulc AaniT.Cma AOa. EH ILL IS JUST A8COOD FOR ADULTS. JtOT. 18, IBM. Kcxiioneil Honor warranted. PRICE COots. oitjmi, tu.. hr . . for .inlc by William & Hell. pionae Prosperity. ii 1 1 y" t Georgo IV. when ' tlio power ceased par- mainland. exercised, "by the will of liament" St. James' Gazette. bo to PRANK JAMES' NEW JOB. Will NEWSPAPER A OLIPPINGa Purely Vegetable and never fails to cure contagious blood poison, scrofula, eczema, rheumatism, cancer, catarrh, or any other disease of the blood. If you have a blood disease, take a remeuy wnica win noi injure e on. iseware 01 mercury; aon-- uo to your system. Uur uooics on oiooa ana SKin uiscascs will be mailed free to any address. Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. i vio-enc- Tlie t'niiiiiiiiilnn t'nlt'lliliir. It is said that the expense of making the Companion Att Calendar for 1S07 was so great that had it been published in the usual quanity it could not be sold for less than one dollar. Four beautiful female figures are reproduced on four folding pages. Each figure is lithographed in twelve colors, being a. true reprowater-colduction of the original painting, which was selected because of its excellence of design nnd charm of color and tone The size of each of the four folding pages is io;i by 6 inches. It is by far she best piece of color work the Companion hasever offered. Doth as n calendar and as a gem of the lithographer's art, it is so attractive that it becomes a valuable nddU tion to the mantel or centre table of any room It is given free to nil new subscribers sending $'75 to the for the year 1997, who uceive nlso the paper free from the time the subbciiption lsreceivedlill Jinuary 1, or Coin-pinion Valuable Collection Made by tiro Omaha Public Library. A most Interesting and valuable scrap-boo- k collection is that of Miss Dora Burstall, of tlio Omaha public library. This young lady, who presides over the reading rooms and takes caro of tho nowspaper files, becamo possessed of the Idea that thero was a great loss of information when every month theso files were do3troyed, and she began to Enclip from them systematically. thusiastic aud faithful in hor work, It steadily grew until now, with tho asslstauco of tho head librarian, who recognized Its value, It has become a comprehensive buroau of Information. In neat rows on long linos of shelves aro ranged tho big cardboard envelopes, book shaped, that In alphabetical order contain clippings from n newspapers of every the largo city, comprising a wide and varied range of topics. One department of this unique collection is devoted to biography, and In this tho clippings aro mounted, and whon posslblo tho sketch is headed by a portrait. These aro well patronized by tho local nowspaper people, who want to have cuts mudo. Each clipping has marked upon it tho paper from which It was taken and the dato of Its appearance. For tho benefit of tho public school children there Is a department containing descriptions of tho Yulo tldo, tho national holidays and every kind of festivity, with appropriate selections in verso aud prose. Troy best-know- 1897. Times. Tho National Orange. Celebrating in 1897 its seventy-fir- st Tho president of the national birthday, the Companion ofiers grango reports tho existence of it's readerf many exceptional brilliant granges with a total memberFully twohundrel ol'the ship of nearly 1,000,000. Tho order features. most famous men and women of both Is now strongest In tho eastern continents have contributed to the states and still growing. next ear's volume of the paper. For Safety of Railway Travel. free Illustrated Prospectus ai'dress. Travel by rail litis reached n reTiik Youth's Compusion, markable ilegrco of safety. Of all 205 Columbus Ave., Boston. Mass. the passengers in the United States during tlio past year tho number Cnliirrli .Mt'iiu Dnncfr, Because if unchecked it may lead dikilled was about one In 3,000,000. rectly to consumption Catarrh is The alyssum derives Its name caused by impure blood. This fact from two Greek words signifying "to is fully established. Therefore, It is allay anger." Tho (lower was popuuseless to try to cuie catarrh by larly supposed in ancient times to applications or inhalants The possess the power of calming angry true way to cure catarrh is to purify passions. the blood. Hood's Sarsaparilla, the BRIDGE BUILDINO IN 1800. great blood purifier, cuies catarrh by u Archl its power to drive out all itupureties Tha Triumph of ai Uc 'i "VUlonsrf" S:luni3. from the blood. Thousands of people Hare Im'cs nnd gem.i of art nro testify that they have been peifectly of catarrh by occasionally ptc'.tjl up at tho stoager aud permanently cured baloi In this city, say'j tho Now York Hood's Sarsapaiilla. Times, bv rnon who mi'o a bujlnesa That clever literary raconteur, of gambling 011 the contents of "Dorch," who in private life is trunks and easoi auctioned off to wtor.vro dues. Sevoral trunks, Robert Bridges, has joined the writers cowr e the property of a son of a who are flocking in such tiutubeis to prominent municipal official of this The Ladles' II01ueJourn.il. "Dorcli" city, woro bought In a storage salo commences in the December isMie of last week by Robert Fullerton, who that magazine a series of "Dorch's keep, tho "Old Curiosity Shop" on Literary Talks," which will hereafter Third avenue. Tho owner of tho be n regular editorial feature of the trunks lo3t a fortuno In Wall streot, i3 Journal. Mr. Bridges will aim his and now too poor to pay oven a few dollars to stive his fathor's primore directly at girls and gos work vate papers aud books aud old family hip about books rather than review relics from being sold Jor storage They 111 be, in short, "liter-nr- y charges. Among the 'contant3 of them. one of tho trunks wus a raro and Intalks." Wnalrtl t'nati. lars, free. FJ.Chknry&Co., teresting volume priu tod in this city A reliable party wants to borrow Toledo. O 15 4t lu 1800, doserlblug a plan of ono No cough remedy equals Dr. Bell's Hall's Fain-il- y Sold bv drugrlst75c. $ 00 at 6 per cri't for twelve months. Pluc Tar Honey for anybody of any Thomas 'Pope, nrchitect, for a great Will give gilt edge security. Apply Fills die the best arch bridge ovor tho Hudson rlvor. at once, at this office, ope. ftom Infancy on through life unMr. Fullerton lias decided to pref ton lmp til they ate as old as Good Old GranWanted-- An Idea WVa oan tMati sent the volutno to tho civil enUiliiloDaUaU sell It. fall dress goods at Cursoq & ProUot Tour I4mjj Uur mi briaa uu wula, New ny Mttcalf. All diugglsts gineers' olub of this city. WrlK JOIIK WJLUDIklJUUM ft CO KtUat Allot. WMblnai. U. C., for tblr For tale by 7. Wayne Gtlffin & Bro bri,lUl bC H0 bu0rt4 (nraiiitooa $l.uo prUa oflcf Thcro wiu-only a Jqw huudrcd Co's, aaa waaul. wiilce of the volume printed, cor- 27,-01 out-wa- id Oltl-TInone-timsur-lac- Buroni). Ben F. Graves March It would be odd if Frank lames, 26, June 25, September 24, DecemJesse's brother, were to die at the ber 24. Hartford. A S. Aull March 5, hands of train robbers who followed June 4, September .'1, December 3. in his early footsteps! It may come Woodward Rosine. C. L. to pass, too, says the Kausas City March 13, June 12, September 11, Times. December 11. Cromwell. Jont B. Wilson For now that oft quoted bit of advice, "Set a thiel to catch a thief," March 7, June 7, September 5, Dehas been heeded by the express com- cember 5. panies who carry for tunes through the Southwestern states in their I strong boxes, nnd who lose them sometime at the hands of desperadoes. For Infant and Childres. Frank James, wliosecarcer of crime is, perhaps, second only to that ot his IlfMI'.mlU " notorious brnther Jesse, Is to accept tftriitui if a position as spec.nl express messenger, his duty being no other than Hal that ot meeting train robbers at their A desirable farm of one hundred game. 07m acres, situated near Hartford, well Frank James is no longer young, watered, a good otched, two hundred but he can still shoot with both hands bearing trees, good buildings, and in and shoot straight. Hut it is not that good community. For further account uloue that his services are in call at this office at once, tf demand. The men who have made him an ofler have decided that the reputation which the man won as a a desperado when the band which he and his brother led was the dreaded scourge of .several states, will prove a WANTED SKVBRAI, or women to travel for better saffjua'd lor their bullion responsible established houfe itf Ken. than even his ready revolver. lucky. Salary $780, payable $15 Indeed it has been raid, and with weekly and expenses. Position persome foundation, that 11 Jesse lames manent. Reference. Unclosed The stamped envelope had heeded his brother's warning he , would ncTer have been .shot down by National, Star Building-- Chicago. Ford, whom lie trusted so lully that jrtrricns. he removed his pistol t nnd trrned TTnllc4 nd I WANT rmry bis death wound. Frauk James had KliUi Interaitedman tha woman In tha Wtaukr Oplnm and in hibltl to hTO one of mr book! on tnea !! said: naiti. Aildron II. M. Woolloj. AtUnla, G.. "Trust uo one when the price on Box E3, and ons will be sent job trea. your head is big enough to make a Excursion rates from Heaver Dam man rich," to Nashville, Tenn .account Conzen-tio- n He is willing to become n watchNational A.ssochtion Agriculdog and guard bullion for a Hviug ture Implement and Vehicle Mann provided the men who wish to emiacturers at Nashville. Tenn , Nov ploy him will agree to his terms. 1806, one fare $4 12 for 3 "I'll take the jn'i." he told them, 17 aud th, On sale N v 15 and round trip "and any one who gets the money the 16th, good until Nov. 23, to return, from any car I'm riding in will get H. MltRRICK. Agt It over my dead body. But I've been supporting my family and little more, Drnliiranl'miiiol IntlurMl and if I should go under I want to bn Jly local applications, as they cannot sure that they will be provided for. reach the diseased portion of the ear "Now, I'll tell vim what I'll do. There is only one wiy to enre deafYou sign an ngreement by which ness, and that is by constitutional they arc to get $30,000 in case, I'm remedies. Deafness Is caused by an killed, and I'm your man. I know inflamed condition of the mucoui linenough about fomi; of them to be ing ot the Eustachian Tube vVhen sure that they can still shoot a little, this tube gets inflamed you have a even If the business isn't what It used Tumbling s.ouml or imperfect hearing to be." nnd when it is entirely closed deafSo the man whose name was once ness is the result, nnd unless the feared throughout several states is can be taken nut nnd this now waiting to see If the expressmen ube reft a red to Its normal condition, will play $30,000 against his stake, Ilea ring will be destroyed forever; which his life. It will be strange, in- nine ases out of every ten are caused deed, If the former desperado, the by catarrh, which is nothing but an brains of the most bloodthirsty set of inflamed condition of the mucous outlaws this country has known, stands on the side ot the law against We will give One Hundred Dolmn who regard him nnd his brother lars for any case of deafness (caused tiy catarrh) that cannot be cured by as the patterns to be followed. Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu- read by every American citizen. Guard Bullion Cars We furnish THE IIEI'LMILICAN Fohdsvillk. J. A. Bowling Against Western Train Barrett's Ferry, March 21, June 20, TKIBUNE, both iiapers Robbors. September 19, December 1.9 L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur Springs. Mr. C. R. Campbell, Poorhouse Keeper, Hartford. justices' cokkts. THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN rr FAMILY NEWSI'Al'EU. slcHniantlfrffir laJtrlndorMiL ibuiuaitdi mn. PATIENTS TREATED DY MAIL fiyht thrnuih the I'retiilrntial Will make a vipirom iiinl rtanflifrnlUtlr. For panlruliri adlrr, with mmttvw campaign, for princijile-- i which will bring iirnfjierity to the entire DR. SNYDGR. SKfia.5S.ta country. Its campaign new and iliPciiMiuns "ill interest and should be tr LE VDIXC, lis? fEiias, 't w t mnritti tj a tunn Ivtrriirrwnllf trw W1 UinirpbrtlHaVfitvf reari rirafrice. Ndavlearrtaor(tetrIlUttnftl1luulllHl.L Xa niniDi. wrlnkiri nt nil Mum. prnr getvtu hPAitti ftiHl tarfttitinoe re iapieiian. Ja tt JhJ A J,fL A fn 7 w;st ami NEW YOKK WEEKLY R.I.PANS T ABULES STOMACH, ONE YEAR im. &uc!Lt' sl,zzlg& 1.25orders Address all to the RCGULATC THt UVER AND BOWELS AND PURIFY THE BLOOD. HAHTFOHH HKiTKLM'AN. Write your name and address on a postal card, send it to Cleo. W Hea Room 2, Tribune Building, New York City, and sample copy otTHK to you NEW YORK WKF.KI.Y TKHU'NK will XZartlora.. 35.y. BY CASTOR A t'r SAVE YOUR TEETH AND MONEY. OOII10 TO TM lai rotttl aoihlxc Inlartevt ft ihtna-a)dlafitDMlluUotl. Ar laJaWtl 0 rvlUat Uk. Afe,) HIQtuaJ, ndbos. lrmwlMU ortVr4 clt rrfp Mr b ruU per tt.roafhaireatdni,Ttitit,or bia&n. 6avnW rlftt,lucenu Adttm THC niPANO CHEMICAL CO. 19 IfBLCI HTKKtTT, Ultff TORK CTTT. RfTn TftbvlM klWI fe lHallfaUf IIUIa)aaaM, II?JftlilraiUBtU,DyrrI,CIrl LltrTrull,UUaUinJCaMfUU, a4 PMtrr UOrtr Drtk, m4 all a( rtltra r Llrtr ! ail kk, ftirjt TAiirtrs r u m m4 Bwl. J In tbe Ave. Theater Building oa 4th bet. Qrttn & Walnl and for If m tnaaty than t TliU li tb place w!!rc jon can haro your drutal work dont any other nilke In the South Ktitj op r a tor In thU office ii an oiprt irradaat of aot te tktt fne Trart exicrleiicr, remember uofltndent) capabU aod willir t gire ton any mdvlec par talulay to tritUcr your natural or artificial tectU. Wa make cvtrv branca of dtnUttry a pclaftr, iL'.f- - Vs LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS, , WS&P' Fair OF VI w Herd httr for fire ream. A Ileitis' of tocthon written L'u.iraiitrclTeii ulih ert-rset. Gol.l filling $1.00 and up; rare Hiyt fllllntft, 75cf an other plastic lilliiiir, 5c. Our crown and bridge work, or tteth without plat am aa firm, urunif .11 td wrrictableai your natural teeth, and at price- lower than the lowet. We can extract your teeth anil put In new one name day. Teeth extracted, 25c., and aW solutely MltLout pain. You cau maUu appointments by mail. Alt contulatlou free. A lady at. Vfayi In attendance, at NOTICE OUR PRICES. rubber. $5.00, guaranteed to fit and ajralmt braakaire Poland IV'p in soe my j (Jhinas, J. r pair-- not akin. Come nnd Stock, or writo your tnnta. I'rices rcniioiialile. 11 fim rs LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS, In tho Avcnito Theater Building:, 4th St., bet. Green and Wnlnut. SHOET-HAN- G. WKLLS, Daiii, Ky. OAOTOIIIA. SSSTi PIRTLE LJWyZ Who desires to better his or her condition In life, should writo for tlio Catalogue of tho fL.x.... z3k... M- 'tan M4?Z7MiMS(m - XELEQBAPH7, PEKMA1JSEIP, ETC. & STRATTON :BTS?SEg&:Ei. BRYANT 400 THIIII) BTIIEET. No. LOUIBVIHE. KV. ggk MiaW aHHEsmV wJm J mrntl kkobm idM ml m' HARTFORD, KENTUCHWT. Is prepared to do any and all binds of Dental Operations. Prices ma Office over WtllUms reasonable. Hell's Drue Store. Vitalized air or laughing air ad ministered for painless teeth Amotion ot DENTIST aaan3arMMNCWMBBaK3MaaxWaMaWMWaWBaB aSjHKkVaiBHa. SOKVINCEB! Louisville THAT THE Dontal Co., Is making Cnbinet b!zo I'liotM elienper tlinn nny gallery ever did in Hartford, guaranteeing all work fo I e of tlie most permanent Amah, Cabinet per dnz.'ii, 81 75, hall ilieu 81.09. that will not fm'e. Half Cabiuct eizo61 per dozen. Will be at Hmtforil until Nnvcinbcr 25th and longer if tho peoploof Ohio cnunty'Btill ant firat claw l'liolugftiii'ig at reaaonable price us tliey are now, We aro having all tho business wo can do, which proves to us that wo are giving universal eatisfuction, Tlio Floating Htudio will fo from hero to Ruebeator, then to llock port and South Carrollton and will land at tlie smaller points between. SSio- - i 4WW. rt. 131. O. SCHIiCETHE, HartforcSL, TCy. CO OWENSBORO.KY. Gold Crowns f$ to Jr Porcelain Crowns 3 to 5 Best set ol teeth (no better made no nutter now much you pay) , $8 Gold fillings f np Silver filling 75c Extracting, pet tooth Painless extracting with Vitalized 1 KING'S e. MUM vTvrX3-v COLLEGE: ic SHORTHAND INSTITUTE S. E, Cor. 5th anu Market Sl3, - Louisville, Kjf. .o Air Extracting Iree when AttlficUl Teeth are ordered. Office permansnt-l- y located Affords the beat facillticis for thorough practical training In SHORT-HANSucctM axauirod U TYPH WRITING and HOOK.KREPINO. Pupils nsslatetl to POrTIOK Terms moderate. THREU MONTHS. Rtislneiti mvn fiarnlnhed Stenographers PRHQ OP when competent. CHARGK WE HAVE fciiwiVym3wv t7, U eonaumar al wboltiala prleai bblpanpibarafM .lamination bfor. aal NO ACENTi m,H i6n warrant4. to ika 100atrl..of Crrl.c.. DO.tj)..o(lIarii..41 . MldUf d4lM. Ktarftbloti iTTTC. L. 'JZ5LX7STCZ; EriML. iiutt. Btej. CanUgasHarnaiiHIg.Cs. ElkhSfUlnd. lkiiaBt..,