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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1896 hao1896112001 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. 91110 PALL TEACHER term begun August III, 1890, l at liur homo for tho reccptton Special Thorough training. to young pupil. nttriitioii given Tormi m uaunl. Your patronage solicited. Hautfoiiii, KrirrucKY. The Hieteobd Eepubliom, OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN TEE FOUBTfl COKOEESSIOKAL DISTRICT, Bi'ttCTrSfm f:'.iwit'';s.; mercurial ayptvtlc. bllloiM uncr.r., victim. ri f.v.r and hju. tlip dim-nur- ASK th frCovrred how ihrr ttltnt, health, chtf- - aptjttiuitlity ful .Dlfltl ami E il win u by tnVme HIM 5 i:ox LIVER ldau il r Oin VOL. IX. HABTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1896. LEWI3 FOR SENATOR. Highest of all in Leavening Power. NO. 17. Lateit U. S. Gov't Report Th. Chr.rot, Purest and DeafI Pamlly Midlclno In Ihe World For DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION. Inon. dice, BIllomaltacka.SlCKIlUADAClIK, Colic, Uepr.s.ion ( Spirits, fiOUlt bTOMAOil, Heartburn, els. Thl unrivalled remedy li warranted not to contain n alncle particle ot Uikcury, or any mineral lubitnncc, but la containing tboio Southern Hoots and lltr's which an I'rorldenco ha. pCteol in countries whero I.lver Dlsemes mnnt prevail. It nlll cure all Disease, caused by Derangement ( th. Liter and llowels. Tat SYMPTOMS ot l.iver Complaint are a titter nr Wd tae-- a In th mouth) Pain In the Hack, Side, or Joints, often mistaken for of Appetite! Sour Itemactii llowels alternately costlv and 1ik llenrlachej Lots of Memory, with n painful sensation fit havlnr filled to dn something vhich ought to iplrlts, a thick havo been donei Debility) yellow appearance of the bklu and li) es, a dry Cough often mistaken for Consumption. Sometimes many of th.ia symptoms attend the disease, at others very t.wj but tho I.tVLR Is generally the seat of the disease, and If not Regulated in time, great suffering, wrctcheJ- ii and DBATIt will ensue. The following highly .steamed persona attest te the virtues of biiniuone I.lver Regulators O.n. W. 8. Holt, Pres. Oa. K. W. It. K Cat Kev. I. R. Folder, ferry, Ua. Col. K. K. Sparks, POHIILY VIJGIiTAHLIJ. ftor fJeeirly- - EZ--IL- Z jSl. G'JE12rrT"Um'EZrSZr TTTCP! Our Former Corngrcisman Is tho Man for tho 1 Placo. (DELKER TFT A TTTCTT .T THE ILiEs-fStJ- D. I 0 fl n 4 a ff$ d Ml a -- 0 Vir" " mi ' '' 0 CO loo DEor Oexxt. tli xXctDQ.tiLsOxxa.osl;- - WHITE FOR OA TALOG V- E- Sold by authorized deal crs or direct from THEGEO.DELKER CO., MANUFACTURES, Hndrsen.Ky payable $15 w6cly nd expense. Position Kefetenc. Unclosed self Wlduwul (tamped eaTclope. The Ttatloaal, Star Bnllillng, Chicaro. Salary $780, per--min- WAaTTHT MtVERALto travel tot or wotnea rapoa4ulecUbllitiel houte In Ken-taek- WATSON'S LETTER At Last Made Public f-- 1 . . 1IMK TABH.T. BBATBR DAN Js. by Himself. Advises the Populists to Stay in the Middle of the Road. MID IIY WIrST BOUND. 9et Uail Aeaejaatodation Wy IVtJiht AatsMeiaaodatloa HA9T-B0UH- 7: 16 a. m 11:43 a. m. VI p. m. 8:18 p. m. Saw OtlatM Limited . . 11:11 p. in. TUKATKIt D. aUeMadei I nnanTidah'aa Way LIlrl . . .... . . . l)i:UI)t'It A'IN. re-.-- 4!JJ a. : 111 1 1 Vraight aasiotlatioer Mall t! t ple's party paper are devoted to it. VTEAK MEN MADE V1Q0H0US The Utter is supplemental by four columns ol advice to the Populist to "Sit Ste.v'y In the boat and hold the party together." The editorial tone of the paper is one of fulfll'cd prophe" m my. raa aort. cy. Watson declares that the filluic Did! Whtt PEFFER'S NERVIGOR Ik arts Daw.rfullv and oulrklr. Car., wnen aH of the Populists to support Bryan in pected of me when chosen, I would others raft. Toanf men rcgalnlost msnhoo4i old the close States brought about Mc UM recover youthful vtadr. Absolutely (Imr ' grieve the men who have honored me, atretl I.Citr.Mrrnuiacil. Xt Vilnius', He goes Into .1 trusted me nnd defended and loved InnoMarr., Nlaatly Xtaliiliai.l.oill'ow.n - Klnley's election. V Palllx otHMtrr. orstatins; Dieellker ease, end ail tftrttotxtniantty .ft abtus txcuut ond long review of the circumstances me. ent consumption. InJIicrfffcM. Wards 1 lit Impose a wonhle u substitute oa leading to his nomln Uion at St Lauii 'No one regrets mote profoundly lerausejt yield. greater prnflu In.l.tonhsv-I'cerEK'a NktUviuoR. or ..ut fur a. and accepts the Vice Picsideutial than I do that the Democratic manaPrepaid plain wrap. Can t c.rrl.4 In v.tt tiff, A prisl pr box. or a for Curtwila Heflinil tea . nomination "because I said I would." gers have so l lttk tineraelea la nr l'.ltlwa the campaign Mmnmy. Parol hi. I f rre. Hold by drUAtl.U. Address WVMiXL OABUtlVAA. UMI'ili klc(o, IU-- He declares that 11 the St. L uis Pop- that the South has ngalu been told ulist convention had nominated n that she must grovel in the dust and straight Populist ticket it would have let an Eastern plutocrat put his foot Illinois Central ft. Connection with the Southern Pa- been elected. It would, he said, have upon her neck. In "Nor does any one regret more cific Co., will, on anil after the night driven the Hills nnd Gorman whete of November 7, 1896, run lrom Cin. they belong, in the Republican ranks, than 1 do that the Democratic main and the Dry ami nnd Wands would gcrs, in shaping their fuslm dels, cliinati and Louisville a Fulliunn have considered those Populists only nUFPRT SLEHPUR EVliRY TUES- - have joined with the Populists. He complains bitterly ol the treat- who were getting loaves and fishes. DAY AND SATURDAY nltflit toconnectdlrect at NewOrleAiis ment he has received at the hands of They have lost sightolthegrcatarmy with the Southern Pacific's fast. sol-I- d the Populist leaders, and addresses of privates whose honest heat ts and vestibule train, the "Sunset Limi- himself particularly to Senator Butler sincere souls lottu the strength cf the Mr. Bryan needs. ted,', for Lob Anpelea and San Fran, In this way: "Senator, n reform ha reinforcements no right to exist if it has no valid These populist of the rank and file clsco. On these cars for CALIFORNIA VIA NEW ORLEANS complaint. Populists can not de- have the spirit of crusaders, and they Through reservations Cincinnati and nounce the sins of the two old patties would die for n principle more quickly than they would sell it. Those Louisville to the Pacific Coast can be and yet go into political with them The moment we men will not vote for Scwall nor for made. In addition to the Buffet Sleeping Car service, connection will cease our war upon the whole parties Sewall Electois. If Senator Jones be .made at Memphis by train leaving we have no longer any excuse for liv- and Gorman really wish to defeat Mc- right promises Kinley, let them lose no time in real- CIncinnatti at 2:30 p. m. and Louis- ing. Whenever ' ville 6:55 p. in. every Wednesday, wrong it is right which Mtflers, The izlng Ililc trntli Democratic managers seem to resent with be tnrfd as a strangs piece of Impertinence the PULLMAN TOURIST- SLEEPING By locil applications, as they cannot fact that the Populists dared to nom- ' CAR reach the diseased poitlon of the ear, leaving Chicago every Wednesday inate a ticket differing at the rear end I There Is only one way to cute deaf- -. nnd running through without change from theirs. , ness, and that Is by constitutional "Coming to them with the two temedles. from Chicago to San Francisco, via Deafness is caused by an New Orleans, by the same route. million votes they were bgging for inflamed condition of the mucous linI can say ing of the Eustachian Tube When Comfortable Free ReclinlngChalr Car and piteously needing. on this train between Cincinnati, with a perfect usMirauce ol telling the this tube gets inflamed you have a Louisville and Memphis. Through unqualified truth that my arrival on rumbling sound or Imperfect heating double-bertrate but 5.50 from the Held of battle wns not welcomed and when it is entirely closed deafMemphis. This Is The Only True as heartily as Mueller wis received ness is the tesult, and unless the can be taken out and this Winter Route to California, owing to by Wellington at Waterloo. They but they do tube restored to its normal condition, low altitudes nnd the absence of snow want my reinforcement, and severe cold weather.. Also good not want tne to, lead them fltey heating will be desttoyed forever; want Blutcher's troops, but they draw nine anses out of every ten are caused connection to the the line at Blutcher. That is hardly by catarrh, which Is nothing but an CITY OF MEXICO to blutcher or his troops, inflamed condition ol the mucous sur via New Orleans, by the Illinois Cen- lair, either nor Is it the best way to deleat Napol- face. Railtral and Ihe Southern Pacific eon. For this attitude upon the part , We will give One Huudred Dol-- , roads. Ticket of the Democratic managers I believe lots fot any case ol dealness (caused RATES AS LOW AS BY ANY OTHby catarrh) that cannot be cured by that you, Senator, are largely responER ROUTE Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circufor special California Folder of sible. You made no eflort to have lars free. Ask PJ.Cjiknky&Co . You publicly stated , C. R. R. They, 05 well as tickets me recognized. I. Toli-doO. 15 4t full information as to rates and that I would not be notified ol my , Sold bv drugfist 75c. Hall'a Famand specific train time caubehad of agents nomination, You went Into the fus- ily Pills are the best. of the Central Route and connecting addressing W, A. Kelt ion policy over my written protest Huts, or by ond, A. G, P. A., Louisville, Ky. ntfit- with all the aval ol n man who wantllElll A. II Hanson, llpttut Chicago. ed to elect the Democratic ticket Gen.l Poss'r Agent, M Kuuh Uatucx, Iff. The letter of stc Atlanta, Nov. 0:10 a. :u ceptnncc wtitten by Tom Watson, the Populists nomination fjr i:to p. ra. 7:10 P- ni. Vice President, was today made pub- a. m. lic. Seven columns ol Wut.-on'-H Peo- iid. think you were wrong theP pulist Commit-U- e the parly certainly expected jou to do all j ou cou'd t elect the Topn-li- st ticket Had yen demanded Mr. Scwall's withdrawal from the ticket, he would have withdrawn. I have a letter of yours, in which yon state that the Democratic Committee expected you to make the demand, but you did not make it. From the perversity of temper with which the Democratic managers have refus-.to do the right thing by the Piipulists, it would seem that they prefer to anything which might to the partly a Poputlstttiumph. Their subtle purpose Is to couple the lirjan election with the complete destruction of the Populist patty, Die position taken in this letter will be bitterly nrsaileil. Would that the pathway ol duty were always carpeted with flowers; it rarely is. By making myself nnd the gieU party I represent a mere footmate for Democratic politicians to wipe their feet up-oI could win much applause from that quarter. But it I were now lacking in the loyalty which was ex1 1 this I As Chairman of i I Luhanon, Nov. J 6. The talk in the Democrat!: newspapers nnd ninong some Republicans of the Republican Legislature of Kentucky electing Mr. Carlllse to the United States Senate seems to me bobe silly nonsense. The Republican patty In Kentucky has ample Senatorial timber without going into the Democratic party to find a Senator, and will hardly make itself the laughing stock ot the country by falling to utilize the first opportuu Ity in its history, to elect a Republican to the United States Senate. It certainly caunot be claimed that Mr. Carlisle aided in making the Lcgislatuic Republican in 1895, when he voted for Wat Hardin and the Demociatic ticket, and surely no one will say the elections to fill the vacancies, occurlng in that body since its organization, would have been different, whatever course Mr. Carlisle tuny have pursued in the late campaign. I favor giving all the praise that is due the patriotic sound money Democrats who aided so largely In carrying Kentucky lor McKinley.and believe their patriot services should be properly recognized, but It would be supreme folly to elect a man to the Senate who advocated a policy scarcely less dangerous than free silver. Free trade nnd free silver are twin evils, one scarcely less to be dreaded than the other. It Is worthy of remark, in this connection, that the great majority of sound money Democrats, who affiliated with us at the late election are not ptonounced protectionists and were not then. Not so with Carlisle. Among the Republicansprominent-l- y mentioned for the place, more or less objections exists as to each one. Gveruor Bradley seems to bethemost prominent and will problly lead in the caucus; though it is not believed he will teceive votes enough to nominate him on the first ballot, the sole objection to him being that the Republicans ol the State do not deem it advisable to necessitate an election for Governor next fall, which might As to Mr, St. John be dangerous. Boyle, I believe he was only tried as an experimental candidate because of peculiar existing conditions last winter confronting the Republican members of the Legislature, and will hardly be ptominent before the caucus thi.s time. The logical candidate is Hon. Jno. W. Lewis. The caucus can easily find a solution to the whole matter He can cut the by choosing him. knot to the satisfaction of all. He has just been defeated (or Congress, in n district largely Democratic, by a small majority, and by a combination ol Democrats and Populists, and to accomplish which, even with the combination, the Democratic counties in the district had to see to it that ballots were cast, for exceeding in number, the voting population of such counties. Many more votes had to be counted than the counties contained votes to accomplish his defeat; and now that the country has been robbed of his valuable service in the lower louse he should be sent to the 1 R I.a ABSOLUTELY PURE tiii: i'koi'm; AGANST BACHELORS. Tin: nuHHAun up I Senate. f. ! I - The Republican members of the Legislature from the Fourth District will be solidly at his back, for I take it that no man would dare to disre gard the wishes of his constituents The Fourth Dis-tiias to oppose him. is for him for anything he may want. He would grace the Senate and be the pride Of the State. Always cool, collected and dignified, a cultivated scholarly gentleman, fit associate of the classic Lodge, his splendid ability would be felt in that chamber nnd recognized by the country, nnd Kentucky would have an influence in that august body not wielded In latter years. Mr. Lewis is a man upon whom all Republicans can easily unite and once the nominee of the caucus, every Republican vote will be cast for him nnd many sound money Democrats will be glad of an opportunity to vote Mr. Lewis is the only for him too. solution to the troubles of the caucus. C. A. J. Two Llvra Navtd, Mrs. Phoeby Thomas, of Junction City, III, was told by her doctors she had Consumption and that there was no hope for her, but two bottleg Dr. King's New Discovery completely cured her nnd she says It saved her life Mr Thos. Eggers, 139 Florida St San Francisco, suffered from a dreadful cold, approaching Consump- IHst ye, Bryanl Did you hear It? How Tho Owonsboro Watchman ' it rolled from sea to sea! Wants a Tax on Thorn. Did you hear the thunderous answer of a people gieat and tree? Did you hear the word they've spoWe look around ns and on every ken have you felt that shoulder-hand we see men who are nearlng the blow. To your vile repudiation, have you meridian ot life in the state of what some idiot has called slngleblessedheard their mighty NO? ness. Most of all these men arc in good Hist ye, Tillman! Have ye noticed circumstances ns far as this world's how the people of this land A young felHave arisen in their honor to strike goods are concerned. down your pirate hand? low starting out in life that is not Have you seen npon their banner loaded down with wealth is generalthere Is blazoned, fair to see. some Their renewal of allgience unto Truth ly patriotic enough I) hunt out good girl to share his joys and sorand Purity? rows to his prosperity, if he has it, Hist ye.Altgeldl Can you read it? Can or to cheer him along life's pathway you read the message through 'Tis a message that the people in in adversity. He is doing what we believe God created every man to do. their might intend for you How they will tolerate no Anarch in We know some of our old bachelor this land that they have won friends quite well. We like them, How they will strndgle every effort when we think of their trying to quite as soon as 'tis begunl sneak through life single and alone, Have you heard it, O misguided! if the grave suspicion is aroused in our you have not, It were well That you learn from those who've wind that one of three things may be done so what the people have to true. They may have been jilted in tell: early life and became soured against Wft've a country nnd we've made it, the world, or they may have surand we're goin to keep it clean. And we'll thottle any Serpent who rendered their better nature to the worship of the almighty dollar, or would make it base and mean! Kendrlck Bangs in Har- worst of all, beneath that smiling exJohn terior may run a dark stream that per's Weekly. curses and blights all that comes in Old Vaoplr. Old people who require medicine to contact with it. A stream along regulate the bowels and kidneys will whose banks aiany bright lives may find the true remedy in Electric Bit- be seen crushed out, a stream that ters. This medicine does not stimu- becomes stronger and more deadly as late and contains no whisky no oth- the years Increase. We would not er intoxicant, but acts as a tonic and be guilty of reflectiag upon the life alterative. It acts mildly on the of any upright gentleman. We have slomach and bovtels, adding strength in our"miuds eye" quite a number ot nnd giving tone to the organs, there-- . what we consider this unfortunate b aldlnS Nature in the peopormance class for whom we have the highest cf the functions. Electric Bitters is respect. Men who would make some an excellent appetizer and aids diges- woman a good husband. If we ever make the race for the tion. Old People find It just exactly we have shall Price fifty cents Legislature what they need. per bottle at Williams & this plank in our platform, you can call it anarchistic, populistic, corns Bell's Drvg Store. munistic or whatever you please. We shall insist upon the Legislature Faravaal. putting upon the statute book a law medical refere Friik book to any person afflicted with any compelling every unmarried man in special, chronic or delicate diseasa the state who exceeds twenty-fiv- e peculiar to their sex. Address the leading physicians and surgeons of years in age,to pay a license fee of dollars the United States, Dr. Hathaway & two hundred and twenty-fiv- e per annum, the money to be used for Co , 70 Dearborn Street, Chicago. J. the building of a home to care for the old maiden ladies who have been Life nt Waalilnaton. cheated and robbed out of a happy The inauguration of a President, home by this unfeeling gang of "I the selection of his Cabinet, and the am too good forany woman, fellows." seating of a new Congress national The very idea of a man that God events of the coming year suggest made in his own image marrying a the question, What are the powers chunk of gold, when the land is .full and duties of these high officials? of good women without a home and During 1897 it will be answered its protecting influences, is repulsive through the Youth's Companion, in a to us. Be men and do your duty. remarkable series of articles by Sec- Don't live your cold, miserable unPostmaster-Generretary Herbert, sympathetic lives here on earth, unWilson, Attorney-GenerHarmon, til your are almost ready to die, and Senator Lodge and Speaker Reed. then expect some good woman to The Illustrated Announcement for marry you for your money and take for 1897 (mailed free on application care of you in your declining years. to the Youth's Companion, Boston) Ifso she nor the world either can shows that the above is only one of have much respect for you. 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Will practice their profeeaion ki ak theoourti of Ohio and adjoining oonn-ticand oourt of Appeals. Special attention given oollootions. Also Notary Publio for Ohio county. piEY jt m JIASTFOBD, KY. Will prnotioe hit profouion u Ohio and adjoining oountioe, and court of Appeals. Special attention given f oollectlonav Office east tide of puKJi square. M. L. Heavrin. Shelby Taylor. Attorneys atLaw HARTFORD, KY. HEAVRIN & TAYLQj., ' Attorney at Law Beaveb Dam, Ky. Perry WostorfleM, Attorney at Law, Will practico his profession ia all the court of Ohio and adj'tiniag R. H. WEDDING Hartford, Ky. oanties. Office, in Coramoioiol Hotel. Also Notary Publia. Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. C. 3S!E Will practice his profession in nil tL courts of Ohio and adjoining countiM Careful attention will be given to a busiuoas entrusted to his care. C4 leotions n specialty. Oftloe over Ohio County Bank. Also Notary PublU. E3. Xj KY. Will practico his profession in tits Courts of Ohio aad adjoining oac-tie- a. Special nttention given to oN lections. Office in Courthoasa. Attorney at Taw, HARTFORD, Attorney at haw HARTFORD, KY JNO. B. WILSON, (County Attorney) jyfJESjGLJLM. abstracts, Ac, also Notary Public lor Ohio Courity. Office North aide of public squaro, R- - SPECIAL attention makiiig given to ac-- I Hartpord, Ky. Will practice his profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly aaV Office) with T. J. Saaafe tended to. e Co., Market Attorney at aw Sir. B. LEE SIMMERMAN, )r.. pi. CVfflca SPECIALTY: cimaer IND. Eye, Ear, Nose and Thmt, EVANSVILLU, i6Upp. First s. Attorney at Law, HlIRTl'ORD, KY J.B. VICKERS, Wall practice wad adjoining smiiwi given la his care. aiilding. hi profession ia Ohio caunties. Speatrtl t to all business entrusts Offioo in Rmmjbucuk Attorney at Iaw HARTFORD, KY.. Will practico in all the Court of Ohio arid adjoining counties. 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State offices or Congress . . . fjo.oo Circuit Judge or Attorney . . 10.00 5 00 County Offices ANNOUNCEMENTS. 1'or C'nniil)' Clerk. Wc are authorized to announce D. M HOCKER As a candidate for reelection for the office of Clerk of the Ohio County Court, subject to the action of the Republican patty. Fur Circuit Clerk. We are authorized to announce F. LEONARD SANDEUFUR as a candidate lor the office of Circuit Couit Clerk oi Ohio county, subject to the action of the Republican paity. I'nr Jitllrr. We are authorized to announce JNO. D. FINLEY As a candidate for the office of Jailer of Ohio county, subject to the action oltlie Republics party. We are authotized to announce R T. TWEEDDELL As a candidate for Jailer of Ohio county, subject to the action of the Republican party. We are authorized to announce," THOS. H. BLACK to the 'date As a lorrre-electio- office to the lerof Ohiocounty.subject party. 1 of the Republican stands old Kentucky :an majority. past) on. He eaya he had not proceeded tit when the negro shot at him, so close his car Rlso In Whoat--Klllln- g nt the bullet passing it whistleto it spun that he could hear as Glondonno Local Opby. Mr Owen then tct himself out, tion Elootlon. and says that he made the best time he ever made on a wheel in his life The Wheat Fiasco: ny keeping and does not f think he will ever be in mind the arguments used by able to break the record he then made free silver advocates in the recent from there to l'owers Station He campaign, their fllmslness, as well as says the negro fired two more shots, their falsity.will be seen. nnd judging from the tunc the bullets We call the attention of our free sang ns they went by they passed silver fticnds,nndour Populist friends vdangerously near. especially, to the fact that the low Mr.Owen savs that he only saw the prices of wheat was not attributable negro by moonlight he is not to our financial system as it now ex- that he could be able to identify him. ists nnd has existed for the last forty There is a tough gang of negroes ycats. We were told onlyn few weeks J around Powers, nnd they have figured ngo that the low price of wheat was frequently in the justices' and county due to the crime of 1873, (Ithasbcn courts lly the dllligencc ot Countathoroughly demonstrated that there ble Jack Thompson in running down never was such a thing as the crime and prosecuting this lawless crowd of 1S73 but we use the term for ar- they were consldi rblv subdued, nnd gument sake. Just previous to the not much has been seen of them in election wheat rose over 20 cents on the coutts for some time, but it apthe bushel. This was n complete pears that they have been under sub refutation of the arguments of the jection about as long ns thcycanstand free silver people. it, and have started out again on a We were then informed especially course of deviltry. O.veusboro Mesby the Hon. D. 11. Smith, that the senger. rise in wheat was due to the combin iiomm:. ed efforts of capitalists nnd millionEditor RuruitucAN: Rosine b aires and Marcus A. Hnnna, who quiet since the election. Everybody caused It to lise that votes might be has gone to work. The great talk made for the Republican ticket. That about the election in this part of the puerile argument has also been ex- county was like the old man's box of ploded. Since Mr. McKinley's elec- fire crackers, which quit shooting tion and in the face of the fact that we before he could get to the door, the are to remain under n gold standard, worst part of it was some where else. wheat has risen higher than at any There are u great many people about time just previous to the election. here prospecting for the purpose of This is not nil; tobacco is rising; finding prospective candidates and thousands of idle wheels are in mo- wondering who they will be. There tion; thousands of honest laboring are quite a number who would like to men are receiving employment which suggest the following: Wm. M. Bry-an- t, they have not had for fourlong years. of Rosine, for Jailer; Sam A. AnAn era of prosperity dawning. Its derson, Hartford, CircuitCourt Clerk; golden beams are bursting throught R. C. Jarnagin, Beaver Dam, for the gloom of four long years duration School Superintendent; Wm. Lyons, and ere long they will have burst of Fordsviile, for Sheriff some want with noon tide splendor over the Ranee Martin, ol Cromwell for Sherlength nnd beadth of our land. iff; M. S. Ragland, ol Rosine, would poi-itlv-- HARDINSBUKG. WOMEN A Woman In AND MONEY, Gunnels Is Lot! Vn-tureso- Than a Man. Tho Draper's Koeord has dug a curious pleco of Information out of tho report of tho Inspoator-gonora- l of bankruptcy. This (not is tho comparatively small numbor of failures unions woman engaged in business. In a word, It Is n rnro thltifl In business to for n woman go bankrupt. Tlmt Is what any man conversant with business would to 1m told, nnd In tills case, nt any rate, tho statistics correspond with tho general Impression of tho world, that womon In business aro mora carofnl than men loss llnblo to run Into excess and to ruin themselves by too adventurous a cnacd ox-pe- spirit. Thoro is another fact about women who trado whloh Is not to bo found In nny return or body of statistics, but which Is nono tho loss n fact. It la that woman very seldom, indeed wo might safely say nover, mnko fortunos In business. At first sight It may seem as if theso two facts had llttlo or nothing to do with each other. In truth, however, Tho they aro closely related. methods of doing business which bring men great fortunes also bring thorn to bankruptcy. It is just women do not become millionaires by trading that they so seldom come to ruin. Ask nny man who Uhlimmcfl, shorU hatred, correctly clothed and duly ornamented wltli largo watch chains mill sonrf pins. Thoy nppenrwl to bo llntonlng rovorcntly to tho re- - f marks which from time to tlmo tholr y companion trilled out in cadences. At that portlo- ulnr hour Broadway was busy getting back to business front Its lunoh, ' and that carringo load of celestials didn't oven lino up pooplo on thfi curbs to boo It go by. Tho only who took more interest In tho brilliantly dressed Chinaman than, wns expressed In a brief k'lmico ' were trw womon. A number of Ucm halted and compared admiring 1 notes ns to tho silk of his apparel, ' Tho consensus of opinion was thnt thoy would like somo off tho samo piece, but that its liko couldn't bo found In this country. Very dlfibrent was tho dross of tho Chinaman who paraded on tho Dowry ou last Sunday. He, too, had ho appeared ton or even five years ngo as ho was on Sunday, would havo needed polico protection. Ho was n big fellow, over six feet tall, n most unusual thing for a Chinaman of low casto, as most of tho Now York Chlntvso are, and hla stature was made moro Imposing by a silk hat of a forgotten stylo. Furthermore, ho woro a long cut away coat, a fancy wnlstcoat, Americanized ground-nnd-loftper--so- MiAYINOA PART. poa'cd It Loavat Us FITact on tho Author's Mind. "1 nttonded a social gathering soino years ago," said Walker Whiteh street, In Now side, "ou York, nt which Mr. Booth was also a guest The surroundings of tho homo wero artistic, but tho gather-tu- g wns somowhnt uncongenial, and I Boon found raysolf wlslrlng that I Wnndorlng was somuwhoro olso. Into a oonsorvntory ml joining ono pt tho drawing rooms, I found Mr. Booth also playing tho recluse, Mr. ijootj, lmturally shrank from social functions, nnd ho nttonded them on -t hU ilmiuhfr. fn whom . ...- w.i ho wns devotedly nttaohed. In a long nnd lutcrcntlng convorsntlon that followed Mr. Booth did a thing that wii3 very rare for him ho talked of his profession. Our talk led around to a dlsous-slo- t) of tho psychological effect of often repeating tho samo text In plays that might bo presented, as 1 wns required In many times ting the samo character. n "Referring to ono of tlto actors of tho day, who is still alive and whoso principal part was nn altogether sonslblo one, Mr. Booth said that ho liad played tho part for so inony yean that even tually It becamo Impossible for him to remember nt times during tho play ho was next to go on In tho first or tho last not, and It was actually Impracticable for hlra to havo his mind off tho jJay during Its progress, lest hd should go on with tbo wrong words. Ho was in constant fear of Insanity, nnd ho frequently telegraphed hU friend, Mr. Booth, to como to him. When Booth wns five to go, lw did so, and on reaching his friend ho would bo greeted with tho exclamation: 'Woll, Ned, it has come at Inst I am going crazy sure this tlmo.' Mr. Booth said that lw would stay with his friend, would drive nnd dlno with him, toll him funny stories nnd actually go to tho stajo with him, and constantly uso every endeavor to cheer him. "Mr. Booth also referred to tho case of the comedian Fox, whoso jmrt of 'Humpty Dumpty,' which was nbsoluto idiocy, repented for hours season after season, absolute ly drove him to tho Insano asylum. "I asked Mr. Bo.ith," snld the speaker, "what was tho effect on him of tho linos of 'Hamlet,' which ho had repeated hundreds of times. Ho replied that ho had suffered much from It, but thnt 1m had no doubt that the sensible naturo of tho part afforded much relief. IIo had never sulTerwl anything more than Intenso woarlncn from It Often In tho middle of tho neavm ho would, during tho day, drend the prospect of golu through tho sa'tio formula In tho npproauhln evening, though his constunt aim was to Improve in tho Oft R. l'Mfty-nlntpro-801best-know- A REGENT INTERVIEW, With Dr. Hartinan, tho Reno wnod Catarrh Spoo ialiBt. A newspaper contributor was lately admitted Into the extensive suit of offices which constitute the headquarters ol Dr. llnrtninn, who treats catarrh patlcntH by the thousands. Amid the busy swarmol nndstnnt di cleiks, stenographers nnd hooks keepers, Dr. linttman stopped long enough to say n few words: "The number of catarrh patients who visit mc is large, hut the ntitn-biho ate eutcted on my !ookn as regular piltt-ti- t (but Htettcated without charge, by coutsponihiici) Is very much larger. Hundreds ol letters ate leccived uud answered free everyday. A jet greater multitude take my catnrih remedy, and are cured, ol limit I never hear. Some of this latter class write me years after their cure I never allow a name published except by the written consent ol the patient Wc make uncharge nt any time. The medi-ciii- e only is obtained by each patient nt his own diugstme. Those desiring to become regular patients hive only to send address, duration of and treatment previously received, and directions for first month s treatment will be .sent nt once. Over hill the people have catuiih'1 in some f rm or another. Aud yet pobably not a tenth of themknowth.it their disease is catatih. To distinguish catarrh of various otg.111.1, It has been named vcty dilleretttly. One person has another bronchitis: another fltight's Disease; another liver compliint; another consumption; another female complaint. These people would very much surprised to henrtlnt they are nil suffering with chronic catarrh. Hut it is so, tteeitheless. Eich one of the troubles, and a great many more, are simply catarrh that is, chronic luflaiutur.tion ol the mucous lining of whichever organ is n fleeted Any internal remedy that will cure catarrh in one location will cute it in nny other li cation. This is why lias income so jus'iy latuous in the cure ol catnrihal diseases. It cures catarrh vhircvcr located. Its cures remain. Po ru na does not'pilllate; it cures." A catarrh liook 1? sent Irec by The et h strlpc--1 trousers and patent leather has built up a great business by trado how It was that ho mnnnaed to make his fortune and to develop n great Industrial organisation out of nothing. After ho has remembered to pay his homage to luck nlmost all men of business at tho bottom of their hearts bollove, that they owo everything In tho last resort to their good luck ho will tell you that ho got on becnuso ho seized ovory opportunity that camo in his way, nnd had tho pluck to I 01 a shoes, ana his mien was demigod as he sauntered along tho thoroughfare. Imagination pauses powerless before tho thought of what would havo happened to that bat and Its wearer in tho times when tho Howry was tho subject ot song nnd story. In its reformed stat of the present day It treated that Chinaman nlmost with One might havo supdeference. posed ho owned tho pluco. Ills wcll-lille- il.i . I as thoy passed And with a ..ture will meet in extra session about the 15th of January. The Leb Cabin will continue to hold first place on the ballot in Ken- The Log tucky. Kentucky will choose a sound money Republican to succeed Blackburn. has been a general revival of business throughout the country since the election of McKiuler. There Haritord is a Republican city, Ohio county is a Republican county, Kentucky is a Republican State, and the United States is Republican, so everything is beginning to feel natural. vote for Congress in this district at the late election is as follows: Smith, silver Democrat, Came to an Untimely Death: Lewis, Republican, 20,222;Dur-ham- , On the firstof October, a petition was Populist, 1,019; Likens, Pro- filed with tho County Judge, asking hibitionist, 317. This gives Smith a that a vote be taken as to whether plurality ot 1,433. splrtuous, vinous or inault liquors be sold in the Hardinsburg Magisterial Tnu number of immigrants fur the District. Three years ngo a like vote n fiscal year ending June the 30th, cx was taken and local option won. men wanted the vote taken eeeds that of the previous year. The figures are 342,207 and 258,535, again in December, hence they filed their petition. At the County Court showing an increase of 84,731. Sixty-eigof the immigrants held Monday it was ascertained that thousand were from Itally; nearly as many the proceedings connected with the and from petition had not been tegular, nnd from Austria-Hunga- ry that if an election was held at the Russia. time fixed it would be illegal. Hence iTscomsnow reasonably certain that the petition was dismissed without prejudice. We do not know whether tho Republicans will choose the next it will be revived or not. United States Senator from Kentucky Robin Hood. and thoro aro now Bevcral announcr Ililllf-Norw't Nolle on llryiw. ed candidates for the honor of repreRaleigh, N. C, Nov. 13. Senator senting this State in the Senate. It paper says editorially: is tho opinion of some that St. John Butler's "Speaking now for the People's Boylo should bo chosen, claiming that party of North Corolina, and we beWend-ini- d he is the caucus nominee. lieve for the national paity, we take that he is the caucus nominee, but the liberty of serving notice on Mr. should a new caucus bo called wc Bryan that if he continues to head would bo glad to eco our gallant and wishes the support ol the Jno. W. Liswis, carry Peoples party in the next fight, he He oil tho honor. a typical must do so under some other name a gallant gentleman, a man than thatol Democrat. That name of integrity aud ability and 111 honorhas become a reproach to the people ing him the people will honor the aud it will not be supported any more, Wo are fur now or hereafter. In the campaign State by electing him. Jno. W. Lewis for United Slates Sen- just clo.scd the Peoples party joined ator and if wo had u voto in the cau- forces with the Democrats and the Democrats played the people false, cus would cast our vote for him. grossly and brutally false. We are Tin: foremost man in Kentucky for done with them, now and forever, and the position of Internal Revenue Col- also with any man who expects to lector iu this District is tho Hon, (J. lead the people hereafter under any M. Harnett, of this place. That Mr. standard that may heir the name or thenord 'DemR.irnctt is an applicant for tho place hive any ocrat' on it " is now ccrtnin. He will huvo tho stongest backing for tho place tlmt can You may eat cheat) food and nut be bo had by anyone, and by virtue of seriously butt by it; but you cannot his position as Chairman of the Slate take cheap medicines without posiCentral C'ommitteo he deserves what- tive injury. If you use any substitute for Aycr's Sarsiparilla, you do Tho Conn' ever ho may ask for. so nt the peril of your health, perof him says: in speaking distrib- haps of your life Insist 011 hiving "When the time comes ution of Federal patronage Mr K T. A)er,s and no o'her. Franks and other aspiring- Republic, ans in the Owetisboro district need Ail r:rlllni; not be surprised to find themselves Mr. O Ellis Oaen, n clerk iii'the with a very strong opponent for Internal Revenue Collector iu the person post ofEce, had quite nn exciting exof Representative C. M I) iruett. nt perience Sunday night whileen route Ohio county, who is Chairman ol t li 2 home from Rockport, Ind. lie was Republican Stite Central Cominitte. on the road from the river to Powers Mr. Harnett's friends want to see him get the place and he is sure to b a Station, on the 'Texas" road. When one of about midway between the two points luruiid tote mill. lie 1ms the nintt active supporters of C'in he overtook a negro man walking gressmati John YV. Lewis, who will leisurely along the highway. Mr. use his influence Mr Franks' claim bicycle, and t is that he is an otiginal McKinley Owen was on his man and was a candidate lor Congress ahead were a lady and gentleman In a in the Second District, which went buggy. The negro rem irked to him: against him by a majority ol over "If you hadn't been behind this buggy 6,om lie tvorked lard, though I would have climbed up in the bed of Either Mr. Harnett or Mr. Franks will the buggy and roid on down to the get the office, it seems cert in " the station " To this Mr. Owen said The he made some ind'f t reply. negro iiiclibe to want to n. tillHt!, nnlKt All Uu Alls, gage In ronveriMiinn, an I Mr 0,vn I Oust lXuuti tfjrup utet liouj. Uto I In llnid. KuKI tivriruiwLU. sjys tint he rxchtiigel 0,1 vwirU with hltu, and '.neiiasel hi bji til o The official Murder at Gixndeane: Last Saturday night a negro festival was had at Glendeane. It ended with the usual fracas, which resulted in the light of Sam Owen, color, being put out. Several parties were engaged in the row. It arose it seems over a candy pulling. A woman figured in the case some way. Words were passed nnd Joe Deaue and Taylor Spencer fired upon Owen, one shot striking him in the left breast. After he was shot, Crit Spencer, a burly negro with power enought to fell an ox, struck the unfortunate man in the head with brass knuck.s. The blows, we understand, crushed the Crit Spencer, Will skull of Owen. Robertson, who had a liana in the melee, and Mrs. Beauchamp, the woman in the case, are all In jail. Joe Deane and Will Spencer ate still at large. From what we can learn of the affair, some ol these parties will end their career in the penitentiary, and are hopeful, if he is caught, will end not his days on the gallows. 21,-C2- 3; Si-loo- ht i Ken-tuckia- n, It I i:pi-ririui'- I b.-e-.t se-m- ed 1 1 launch out whero other mon woro timid. "If when I had made my first 1,000 I had funked, and liad resolved I would go slower, and not risk what I had already made, I should bo a petty trader still. Instead, I renllicd that tho right way was follow my luck and not to worry about risking what I had trained be a good man for County Oourt with so muchdlfllculty. Accordingly Clerk. J. C. K. I put my first Xl.000 Into business again, enlarged my old promises, CINE Hits. Rev. J. D. Duncan filled his regu-la- r and opened a branch, and this though I had to go into debt to do appointment her last Sunday. ltnnd though every ono said thero Please correct the mistake of Blackwasn't ten pounds moro trado to bo ford Church meeting which will be got in tho district I got rich beheld hern the 2Sth nnd 29th of Nocauso I dared tako my chnnoo, nnd vember, instead of the 26th and 27th wasn't frightened at my first bit of 6UCCC3S." or December. Ask tho bankrupt what ruined Rev. II. V. Bruner will preach here him, aud ho will toll you exactly the on Friday night before the fifth Sunsamo story. "If I had1 only been day in this month. content with raodorato gains, I Gathering corn is the order of the should havo been all right Only, day. unfortunately, I thought when I had Mrs. M, M. Ford, of Louisville, is mado my first 1,000 I couUl malco another 1,000 just as easily. Acvisiting relatives at this place. Mr. E P. Taylor was in Central cordingly, instead of keeping what I had got, I put It all Into ttio busiCity Saturday. ness aaln, and wont on doing this Mr. John Stevens and wife, Mrs. till In tho end I had lost everyMaggie Stevens visited the family of thing." But n woman in business Mr. S. M. Christian Sunday. when sho has made her first 1,000 Mrs. Pheby Christian is on the nover acts liko this. Instead of besick list this week. ing elated by her success she Is a Mrs. J M. Divity is very low with llttlo frightonod. "It Is. true," she argues, "I havo boon lucky thU consumption The singing at Mr G. W. Wilson's time; but then think of tho chances I ran of losing my money altogether. Sund-inight was quite a success. Most certainly I will not bo such a Mr. Henry Nabors and Miss Ella fool as to run tho risk again. I havo White. Mr. George Wilson and Mips got my 1,000 safo and I will keep it Lillle White were married nt Rock-po- rt, 60. With tliis rosolva strong on Ind., last Wednesday. The her sho docs her best to Kuartl her 1,000 nnd goe3 on with hor busibrides are in their twelfth and thirteenth years.but while they areyoung ness as before, only trying to avoid we wish them a long and happy life. moro than over tho risk of making losses. To put tho matter in a nutBond & Son, Olalon, brought over shell, a woman conducts her busia car load of poultry Saturday. ness on tho cardinal prlnclplo of Mr. SylvesterWhite is doing a good making as few losses m possible, a business with his grist mill near here. man on the cardinal prlnclplo of making as many profits as possible. C. a Wilson Tho woman's maxim is: "Avoid The demand for Aer's Hair Vigor losses," tho mail's: "Look out for in such regions as gains." London Spectator. South America, Spain, Austrailia, Tho Chlneso of Now York. and India has kept pace with the As to tlio moral status of tho home consumption, which goes to show that these people know a good streets west and north of Chinatown, I need scarcely do moro than thiug when they tiy it. mention that theso aro Mulberry, Baxter and Bayard, and that within I.IIIEItTV. a stono's throw of Mott street is tho Farmers aie very busy gathering notorious "Mulberry Bend," for corn. many years past tho hldlng-plac- o of Rev. Chandler will fill his regular criminals, and tho last and lowest appointment herenextSaturday night resort of tho abandoned and vicious of both soxes. Tho tales of "Muland Sunday. Misses Emma and Lillle Austin berry Bend" that until recently assailed tho cars of tho missionary aro were the guests ol Misses Corda nnd absolutely unrentable, and to bo Telle .McCoy last Sunday. comprehended only by ono usod to Mr. Horace Taylor met with his tho sight and knowledge of tho Uvea singing ctass Sunday evening. of criminals and outcasts of tho Mr. lames Austin has recently lowest posslblo character. Within trulcd his houss and lot near Beaver tho last fow years tho police havo driven out tho worst dives of tho Dam to Mr. E Oldham, of near Hor-toMr. Olham has been moving to region, but tho evil effects of thoso evils aro still to bo his new home this week. seen thero, and unfortunately tell Miss Antha Leach, ol Mt. Pleasant, sadly upon tho Italians who havo spent last Tuesday night in this filled up tho quarter. Helen P. neighborhood. Clark, in Contury. Miss Ola Williams and Mr Evetett Tropaeolum. d Mauzy their uncle, Mr James Chick, last Sunday. Tropneolum, a varioty of nasturJ S. C. tium, has its name from n Grcok word signifying 'a trophy"; tho Cf.r.tlt UVS. Mr, Woodward's school nt this loaves resembling a buckler and tho flowers an empty hclmot place is progressing nicely. We have some few cises of typhoid WHO HA7E STILE. fevir. Mr. Joe Park has the fevers CHINESE and was not able to go to the election. Costume) Thjy Woar Now and Couldn't Have Worn Years Ago. Whi'e I have the elect! in on my Now York has reached that de mind I will say it was a grand and nt which noble fight, don't j 011 think so Mr, gree of cosmopolitanism Editor? and will say hurrah for Mc- - tho most extraordinary of foreign garbs attract llttlo attention In its Kinlcv and the Republican pvrty streets. Even tho plcture3quo and Mr. Herbert Park's old Fchnol mate onco abused Chinaman can go forth friend, Mr. Amhrose in all his glory without much comnnd Republican Massie, called to see him last Sunment. Ono of tho mos ploturcsquo of tlila raco wont up Broadway a day week while in the neighborhood M Cora Allen is staying with fow days ago In a manner which, her grand puent', Mr. nnd Mrs. J.A. ten years back, would havo created Park, nnd going to school to Mr, E. n small riot of Intorcstand curiosity. Ho lounged back In tho cornor of n Woodward. brougham, with a fat. cigar polbed at Messrs, Herbert and Clinton Park a graceful nnglo In his raco. His will give Miss Sillle Hamilton mut-lgnnnonts wero of tho most flowing lessons on the organ once a week for stylo and amazing pattern. Tho three months. matorlal was elegant floworod silk Pay lor your local paper and then nnd tho color dnullug blue. On his business will go on. Don't have the head was soma sort of gear that editor calling on vou, you owe it and could hardly bo called cither n hat, why not pay it at once and he done cap or bonnet This also was blue, and between balancing It properly Onsnuvp.K with it. on top of his curlod-uncu- o and keeping tho fat cigar tilted at tho proper nnglo tho attoution of tho gorgeous It M celestial was pretty woll occupied. innr On tho opposite scat sat two wulely-rcptratcd g It--s bowed low, receiving patronizing nods In return. One of them, In hand3omo silk nttlro, stopped and fingered tho big fellow's coat and hat, apparently compllmontlng him upon tho beautiful shlno on tho diag onal of tho ono and tbo flno furry nppearnnco 01 tlie other, lor ho looked much pleased. Even tho policeman on tho cornor nodded af fably as he posscJ, nnd ono of them said to nn inquirer: "Him? Why, he's ono of tho biggest politicians In Chinatown." N. Y. Sun. depisj 1 1 ( t ' THfi.BETTEB NEW YORK. ' Improved Condition of tho S'raeti and Park Tammany's Credit. A material sign of tho better New York Is tho Improved condition of tho streets and paries. It will bo claimed for tho Tammany regftno thnt these reforms wero of their devising, and it Is a fact that all tho credit they havo deserved was In that direction. It uk1 to bo said In tho days .of tho Tweed martyrdom thnt Uto Tammany "boss" hod conferred great blessings on the city part "lie narrated an ittstanco from by his cncounw-met-it 0f lavish expenditure on tho streets and parks. lib own experience that Illustrated But Tweed deserved no credit In his feelings iu this part most clearorder to steal by hU mathod, which ly. Ho was pro icutlug tho piny of 'Ilamlet' at tho Chestnut street was merely an exaggeration of tho surviving Tammany method, ho had theater In Philadelphia to a packed ti Hue. In tho nillst of tho famous to sietxl tho public money lavishly and for an obvious publlj necessity. soliloquy two That somo good was attained In tho uncultured men, who wero seated rows, began to parks depended on his carrying out In ono of tho upp-3Suddenly ono tho plans of honoit exports, who get rattier uneasy. then nnd slneo havo been at tho of them exclalmol, In a voles that was easily heard li tho breathless head of tho profession of landscape architecture In this country. In stlllnws of tho ltous4: 'Oh, rotl fact, there is not n detail In tho let's j:et out of this.' Tho auJIenoo making of tho better New York, mnulfoited Its great displeasure at from the construction of tho city the disturbance, but Mr. Booth said that he was compelled to smile, nnd, hall, In tho first decado of tho century, to tho application of Itouest ho added: 'I folt liko repeattui tho business methods in municipal af- reninrk nnd applying It to myself.'" Jacksonville (Flo.) Citizen. fairs under Mayor Strong, that may not bo credited to educated men, THE AR0LIGHT. having special training for their professional or business duties. Cost of Maintaining ll Varies In rough-looking Dif-fcrs-nt Drug Manufacturing Com- pany. Columbus, Ohio This book contains 64 piges of reading matter mid instructive illustrations. Dr. Dell s Pine far Honey cuie coughs for young and eld. Most c"uxli medicines simply ltclpsj jou I)r Hell's Pit-- Tar Honey ctigh helps job not to cough See the Would you like to try it? 25 rents gets you the biggest quaiter bottle eifcou.--h medicine you ever sw. It is pirticulaily valuable lor those who can not .tnrd the (drain of Ask youi druggiu fur it. Take no Miltitute. There Is noth. lug ns good as Dr Hell's Pine Tar c din.-tenc- Honey. Por sale by Z. Wayne it Pro. Grit-fi- n Dindiufi is due to nn enfeebled stale of tin- kiii. Hall's Hair quickens the nutritive functions ol lite skin, healing nnd pre venting the formation o dandruff. - er Century. Your Worst Enemy. Do you want to know tlw mon ngulnst whom you havo most reason to guard yourself? Your looking glass will (,'lve a very fair likeness of his face. Tli tonsil! t!(UIUI w Whatoloy. OA8TOHIA. .HolUINUY Wsr tt7 7iir, ll M . The protract meeting is yet in progress nt this place, nnd titer is some good work being done Our preachers ate untiring iu their labor and aie delivering some forcible sermons. Miss nettle Roark alter viititig frleuds and relatives in Centertown, has returned home ai d is now n vis-- . itor in our meeting. Mrs lull 1 Davis h.is moved from Hartford, to this place to make it her future home. Mrs Jese Crn.ldock who has been sick for quite n while, is some better. The famlMes of Virgil Hro-vand Elij.di James of Puint Pleasant visis led the family of Prnf. H. II. Davis this week. Mrs. Eliza Wiodunnl alter a months ttay with Mrs. Kol eit Caldwell has returned to her luiue st Point Pleasant Since theexplint'eiti I'foitr bird law the hunters are having some fine sport. Willie Toll is able to be in school ' Cltlet. In a recent report on arc light statistics, embracing nbout 100 cltlai and towna of tho United Status, liaving n population of 5,000 or more, In which tho number of aro., the candlo power of caoli, tho prioo piv night and tho tlmo of burning nra given, thoro appears a r;ldo variation In the cost of strcot lighting, ono municipal plant reporting a con of $30 per year for 1,200 candlo power lampi burning seven hours per night "undor a moonlight schedule," whilo tho prico paid in otic of tho largest clttos Is f 182.50 per year for tho samo candlo power arcs burning nil night Tho rates hi 1 municipalities aro abovo $1S0 per annum, In 1 municipality alwve $170, la 5 abovo $100, , In 0 abovo 8150, hi 9 abovo In 10 abovo $130, In at nbovo $120, In 25 abovo $110, In 50 nbovo $100, la 73 abovo $'J0, la 01 abovo $9), In f In 31 nbovo WO, In 11 nbovo nbovo $50 and In 9 nbovo $10. Of tho 31 municipal plants montlonod 10 fnllol to report, and of tho remaining 23, which rcportcl tho cost for 9 ranges from $50 for 1,000-candl- o power nrui to $00 for I'l.HAI.VO Mr Djn flumes, while cutting saw near here Ian week, had his loet very badly mashed by a falling limb. Mr. John Kimbley has gone to Iini-niHto engage In business. A protracted meeting is in prOgrrfs at Green River Union Church. SerT-ice- s are conducted by Kevs Berry nnd Munti The meeting Is largely attended, allhouth no decided results have been attained. Rev. J. H.Kich-ardso- u preached an excellent sermon s Sunday niyht at the chu-c- h Poiin-tai- n was the principle theme nt his discnur.se and he deeply impressed his hearer In preparing to drink' from that lountiln which will exist as long as Gjd himself. Mr. James Eudaly, who oroke his leg some weeks ago, is no better and his recovery is doubtful. Mrs. Lizzie Dlackburu returned from Evatiaville Tuesday. Louis. Seven Months With Fever. Wonderful Jlecorerr of Health. Mr. Dalrd'a rapid and marrcloua recorder rrumamoroikclolon to bis normal weight 17U pounds, was imrtTliiofuiUttUitot tu burning all night, and for tho rem lining 11 from $33 for power nrcs to $70 for 2,00J.c:n 11 j p iwer arcs, burning on a moonlight bchcdulo. 1,200-catidl- a grandest and modlcluo ovor produced, namolji ' Btronnth-glTlnir bulldlng-u- a Dr. Miles Restorative Nerrlne. IK '.., . t t Tho word mob Is from a Latin word signifying movable. SSSiiW again, having lost time on account of P. sickness. menHon John W Lewis is tioned for the position ol Dibtrlct Attorney, which is filled by appointMr Lewis' ment of the President friends will go to work for him in a few days nnd it is prnbibly that he will stand n good chance to get the LnKue Herald, appointment, JLGD B 3Mvi MN 1 I CASTORIA For Infant and Children. Tnjfi anv bn trirj oiAMXAwrasA ' Col Geo W. Swone C. V. Massle, S.im Oedfoid, O.vensboro, aie attend- - ai cuutt. Ttihl- itnlli tl tutors V OASTOniA. OABTOHIA. Hf$5fr TU(fM tiea awr UV lu a file line of teachurs' grade cards for 3 cents per hundred. Send or tis "Oentlomen I wish to eiprosa to rou my for the great good that Dr. I0t4' Herein has dona tot me. I was taken sick with typhoid rarer and I laid In bed for aeren months. After getting over the ferer I was thin, nerreua and tlreJ, and did not regain m lost strength. I tried several proprietary medicine, and flnallr, after having been reduced Jo weight tolM pounds, I began trying jour JVsnrfne, and at once began to Improve, was Anally mrtrsiif turni, and today I can say I aferer fell bettor. In all my life, and weigh ZTO pounds. TiaJ!l..t?r ""T1 weljght, an 1 measure 0 OH Inches in height." South Bond, Ind. J, U. DAIBU. Dr. Miles' Kervlno la sold on it poelUra guarantee that tho first bottle will benefit All druggists sail It at II. 6 bottles for IS, or SM" T -- J, IT. lUrac iJE r, -;-. tt Dr. Miles' Nervine t5Ei,, s. ll"jwr- - f SPBC1FBC Trade with Carson & Co New Hue piush capes at Fair Bros. & Co's. CAPES ANDJAGKETS For Scrofula. Fair Bros. & Co. -, Awarded Highest Honors World' Fair. Aro now showing the pretties lines of "Hlnco childhood, 1 hnvo lwcn nflllctcd with scrofulous bolls mid sores, which caused mo terrlblo Buffering. I'liyslclans wcro tumble lo help me, mid 1 only grow worso undor their care. At length, 1 began to tnko Circuit Court Is in session this week. , 4 Boy's Clothing trora son & Co,a. Big Hue new calicoes Bros & Co's. to 19 at Car- 4c at Fair mm CREAM amKKi Now is . TheTime FOR THE AYER'S Ladles and children's union suits Carson & Co's. at And Jewels . Sver Brought io Ohio' (Jociniy, Our line comprises the output of two factories; the styles aro right, the quality is the best, the prices are the lowest. LADIES FINE Sarsnpnrllla, and very soon grew bet ter. After using half a dozen bottles 1 wn3 completely cured, so Hint I hnvo not had n boll or pimple ou any part of my body for the last twclvo years. I can cordially recommend Aycr's Sarsa-parllas tho very best In existence." 0. T. ltEiNHAnT, Mycrsville, Texas. A-- k For children's shoes sec Carson & Co. sizes 2 to 8 BAKING POWDffi MOST PERFECT MADE. Tree A pute Cr ipe Creim of Tirtir Powder. from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 YBARS THE STANDARD. Heavy canton flannel 5c and 8c at Fair Bros. & Co's. Faclmitors, Hoods, lrom 25c to $1 at Fair Bros. & Co's. Ladies new Shoes the latest thing out at Caison & Co's. $1 at I la blood-purlfl- BEAVER DAM. d, HARTFORD J REPUBLICAN 1 In the hot campaign just finish- - j ed it has nevei; failed to prove t! itself true to the Republican g party and to the whole people. It has given the news as it oc- - M curred without misrepresenta- - g jj AYER'S 'Sarsaparilla Ajir Cherry Pccteral THE OHtT WORLD'S FAUt arisVoighs and Colds 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, iize 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 infants cloaks. Mr. Dnu F. Tracy," Louisville, has been In town this week. Capt. Sam K Cox went to on business Wednesday. Owens-boro Mrs O. M.ShuItz, South Carroll-ton- , is visiting her sister, Mrs. G, B. Likens. Bom to the wife of Prof. R. C. Beaver Damt November 2, a fine girl. Jar-nagi- Mr W. C. Ashley has moved to his farm at the north end of the Hartford and Owensboro levee. Mrs. Karl Colli tigs and Miss Vitula Colllngs, Glennville, ate visiting Mrs. Lucy Klein this week. We can please you in style, quality and price. Come direct to see us and we will show you some bargains. Saturday and Monday were busy days in Hartfotd. Our merchants enjoyed good trade each day. Mr. C. X Bean and Miss Florence Acton were inartied at the brides residence Tuesday by Rev. G J. Bean Born to the wife of James Carter, a few miles east of town, on the 12th, a fine boy. Dr. Jo T. Miller attend-in- g Isuin: Eros. Hartford 1,000 WANTED xURS by Doo. 15, for which wo will pay the hlgheot Cash prices, Also want your ool Eldes. SCHAPMIRE. ITutu Rrrru. raltirr h Sz, Co - physician. Mr. Jo Foster, of Centettowu, has purchased tiie fatm of Mr. J. P. Thompson, just east of town, find will move to it at once. Misses Lula nud I.ir'ie Walker, Mts. Ileber Matthews and Mrs. McD. Fair are in Owensboto this week visiting friends and relntives. proprietors, mple of fashion. Overstocked. Our stotes are chocked full of new, desirable goods. We need money and must sell these goods this and next month If you want bargains now is the time to come to see us. In addU Weill)! tlon to selling you goods cheaper than other stores we arc going to give IS. L. Bullington. Call on away 10 costly presents to our cusWheat continues to go up. tomers. 25 silver dollarsand n handat Carson & some gold watch are two of the presMew fall dreJ roods ents. The big pumpkin explains how Co'm. We make specialties of it is done. Call on K. L. llullington for any- Overcoats, Mclntosbes, Clinks. Capes, thing In the tonsoral line. Suits mid pants, ladies UaU, all Bullington is prepared to give you kinds ot Shoes mid Roots, Dry Goods Highest Dress Coods, Grrcvries 'C the best shave or hair trim. market prices for cmintiy pioduce. Wastbd A t001 milch cow with & young calf. Call at this office. Pl.KA8A.ST KlIKJI', KY. Our Job Department U always ready to do your job work lor you at Iliirklrii'x irnlru ftalvr. die lowest cash figures. The Best Salve in the woild for Cuts, Bruises, Fore. Ulcers. Salt Come and see our large stock of Rheum, Fever S01 es, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns and nil dry goods and everything kept In a Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Ifore. We sell womens good Piles, or no piy required. It is general shoes forogc, $t.i. and $1 25, Men's guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction Shoes for 98c. Best for $1 25 A good or money refunded. Piice 25 cents For sale by Willi una & boot for $l.3J. Men's and boys over, per box. Bell. 13 t yr. and macintoshes at your own coats It fs noticeable that more commercial travelers have been in Hartford since the election, which is a sure in dication that ttade is increasing. Thanksgiving services will be held at the Methodist Chinch next Thursday. There will bspreachinir by Rev. J. S. Chandler Everybody is requested to come and give thanks. Mr. Dock Tlnsley, living neacBe-dlost his house and contents by fire last Tuesday morning. The family saved only n small pot tlon of the household goods. The origin of the fire is unknown. Thete was no insurance. a, Jones Morehead, ' This week we announce Mr R T. Tweeddeli n a candidate lor Jailer of Tweeddeli is a Ohio county. Mr blacksmith by trade ard is a worthy gentleman, He has always voted and worked for the Republican party and his friends will be glad ot an oppor tuuity to vote for hiut. price. Also bed comforts and bed 'blankets. The latest improved sewing machine, guaranteed for fiveyears, at f jo. Ladles hats at all prices; cloaks and capes. Bring your family and your produce and give us a trial. Moreiu'AD, Jones & Co. Centretown, Ky, 3 There is nothing old about Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. Reliable old e, time remedies ore used in its but Dr. Bell's Pine Tar .Hon- combines new and ! ey scientifically agencies. This valuable medical remedy advances a theory In the i treatment of all lung and bronchial coughs, unheard of until its Introduction. It always cures quickly coughs, colds and grip. It strengthens weak lungs and relieves consumption. For sale by Z. Druggists sell it. Wayne Griffin & Bro. tnaint-iddur- Tim RKrunucAN makes a fin nil chaigeof $500 for announcements. And in consldetation "of this small charge the terms are strictly cash. 1 hcrr fore please temember when, you ouler your nunouncement that the m:ii. money should accompany the order. Rev. Hicks filled his regular appointment here Sunday. A protract Calls on candidates go at the regular ed meeting began at ShlnLle Chtpel advettising rates. Wednesday night The town Trustees Inve purch iss I Mr. Thomas, of the Sliiukle Chapel the varnnt space between the bridge ncluhboihoodd, is very sick with tywhich to and Mr. Potter's lot phoid fever erect a wharf for the landing- of the seriMr. Wm Johnston, who was City of Hartford. Boats wilt he tunously hurt by falling from a house ning; to Hartford In a f.w weeks. some timengo, is Improving. This will be of great iniporla ce to Rev. W. E. Cook went to Liver-mo- re the business interest of Ilmtford, nud Saturday. will also be n great saving to our A. Godshaw spent Sunday at his people in freight rates. o-- t Nlrnjrrd From my farm 4 miles West of Hartford, one brlndte steer, 3 years old, Any informarked two "dulaps." mation leading to his aecovery will 16 3t be very greatfully received. W. F. SLKViws.Haitford, Ky. home In Owe'nsboro Born tp the wife of Wm. Johnston This week in our announcement a fine boy. Also to the wife of Robt. column you will find the name of Mr. Webb on the 9th a girl. D. M. Hockcros a candidate fur reA protracted meeting commenced election to the office of Clerk of the at Mt. Carmel, near Dillon!, Sunday, Ohio County Conrt. Mr Mocker has Max been Clerk since Jantmy 1, 1895, and has made a careful, pilnstakinj; offi. cer, He is a modest, unassuming gentleman, anil will linve many warm suppotters for the nomination. and incidently fixing up his fences for building. Mrs. R. T. Taylor Jr., and baby the Democratic nomination forClrcult Judge. Judge Brown Is a good lawyer have returned from a visit to friends and will have a latge following in his aud relatives in Daviess Co. Messrs. Tom Snratte and Ed Philparty. lips, Morgan town, spent Sunday in Marriage licenses: Edward E.Bentown with Mr. A. M. Hunt. nett to M ittle A. Stewart, C. X.Bean Miss Lottie Barnard visited her to Florence A. Acton, A. L. Kitchen aunt in Taylor Mines last week. to Dorcas C Davis, Thos. Ferrell to Arrvn. Vernlc Hines, Jas. Ci.nner to Emma A Coll. . P. Daniel to Ida Daniels. Evans, ROCUESTBR, KV NOV.13,'96. Mr. Ed T. Miller, of Prentls, has We the undersigned voters of Cool moved to Hartford and has entered Springs precinct ask that Sam A.Anupon the sttvdy of law. He Is study derson become a candidate for Circuit ing in the offlce.of his brothersln-law- , Court Clerk subject to the action of County Attorney, E. P. Neal. Mr. the Republican party and pledge him Miller is a graduate of Hartford our hearty support: College and is well equipped for the A B. Stanley, Silas Taylor, law. Charles Elliott, J. W. Davenport, Capt Hall writes that the work on L D. Whlttaker, II. L. Taylar, R. S. Taylor, the loci son Rough River will be com- W B.Taylor, pleted by the 15th ot December and R. T. Davenport, Harvy Hines, G. V. Brown, J. E. Brown, that boats will be running to HartT. J. Hoops, F. Faught, ford. This is indeed gratifying to T. Moore, C. W. Taylor, our people who have long been look icg forward to the completion of the Augustus Baker, E. W. Baker, George Kennedy, work. The business of Hartford will Robert Baker, S H. Hawes, Eugene Hawes, now take on new llle. A. L. Bryant, G. W. Gorden, Mr, Thomas II. Black announces Jno L Wilson, Jim Williams, this week as a candidate for W T. Browu. I. W. Moore, as Jailer of Ohio county. Mr. Boys suits $1.75 to $s boys over Hlack Is now serving under appointcoats $1 25 to $5 at Fair Bros. & Co's. ment ns taller, having been appointed upon the death of his father in Court Nl-N- . August. He is a capable, industrious' Circuit Court opened Monday. Not young man nnd Ins made a good offi- much business was transacted the cial since he took charge of the jail. first nnd second days, but on Wednesday the docket was taken up and the The following named persons have wheels ofjustice are moving along p lid their subscription to Tub nicely. The following named gentlesincu cur last Issue: R. men compose the juries for this term: C Jaruagln, E R. Ray, Beaver Dam: PJVriTJURY. A. W. Mills. Hartford; J. A. Duff, R. P. Crabtree, Felix II. Black. B. Sulphur Sptings; M. L. Poyles, T. Igleheart, J. W. Igleheart. Geo.H. can Cen-tetto- Rev. J. S. Coleman, D. D. Halt-forpreached at the Baptist Church Ladies, Misses and Children union Saturday and Sunday. Rev Casebier suits nt Fair Bros.i& Co's. preached Sunday night. Prof J. R. Snyder closed his class In the case of the Cotu'th vs. Wm. In singing last Friday evening with a Beck, stricken from docket iiong service at the M. E. Chutch. Born to the wife of W. 11 Rhoads, Quite a crowd was out and from all on Sunday, the 15th, a boy. reports the evening was an enjoyakle 25 dozen ladies haukerchiefs worth one. 10c for 5c at Fair Bros. & Co's. Mrs. Perry Westerfield und chilRob Roy belts 15c at Fair Bros. & dren have been visiting relatives in Rochester for a week, Co's. Others sell them at 25c, Miss Claudie Gentry returned Sunwoolen underware Children's any day to her home near Prentis after a size you want nt Carsons & Co's. week's visit to her aunt Mrs. W. H. We want you eggs, feathers and Austin, chickens, Carson & Co. Little Miss Mary McKenney, has been visiting relatives Mrs. Clarence Walker, Louisville, here this week. is the guest of Mrs. H. P. Taylor Mlsees Anna McKenney and Attye We can sell you red flan- Austin were In Hartford Tuesday Afnel at 15c per yard at Carson & Co's. ternoon, One lot of ladles ribbed woolen Mr. H. D. Hunt is in Louisville pants worth $1.25 for 75c nt Fair this week. Bros. & Co's. Messrs Luttier and Tom Baker, Mr. and Mr.Clyde Jackson, Prentls, Mercer Mines, went to Louisville visited the family of County Attorney Wednesday to engage in business. Mr. F. O. Austin and daughter Miss Neal this week. Nell will be with them this week. We want n large quality of good Mr. Oscar McKenney, Rochester, hoops for flour barrels. spent Sunday here with his parents. Carson & Co. He returned Sunday afternoon acDid you ever examine our stock of companied by his mother, Mrs. J. P. dress goods? We are headquarters McKenney and his brother. Claude, who visited relatives there this week. for such goods. Carson & Co. Misses Emma and Fannie Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. Pardon Tabor. Sr., Viola Plrtle, Mr. J. R. Snyder and ol Sulphur Springs, have moved to wife, Messrs, Ben Roller, Ed Johnson, Vine Grove, Ky., where they will B. C. and E. P. Barnes spent Sunday make their future home. at Goshen at Mr. G. H. Barnes. Mrs. Nellie Fitzhugh Thomas died Mr. J. P. McKenny was in Louisat her home In Bowling Green last ville to secure his spring samples, Monday evenl,ig. She was a former Misses Emma and Lizzie Barnes resident of. Ohio county and has many spent Monday night in Hartford with friends and relatives in this county their sister, Mrs. Shelby Taylor. who will mourn her loss. Monday being Arbor Day we had Judge KH H. Brown, of Owensboro, no school In the afternoon. The is in town this week attending court, timewas spent in cleaning the school all-wo- Men's Fine Beaver Overcoats $3 to Fair Bros. & Co's. I tion. It IF YOU WANT Anything in the Job Print- - g ing line we can do it foryou jS 1 s promptly and in shape. ' The best out fit in f Western Kentucky and the H best printers only employed first-clas- TIia "RT7.RT wnvlr nnlv Prices reasonable. 351 1 NEWSIEST COUNTY PAPER IN KENTUCKY. 1 - I g m "Subscription $1.25 Per Year, The Hartford Republican imwrnxMrnxm: Jj hi r -- u Custom-.mad- Garments Fits Guaranteed. ? V '3 y See that it is there! gen-nui- v free I'llU. Send your address to II. 15. Buck-le- n & Co,, Chicago, and get a free sample box of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A trial will convince you of their merits. These Pills are easy in action and arc particularly effective In the cure of Constipation and Sick and Liver Headache. For Malaria troubles they have been proved invaluable. They are guaranteed tc-- be perfectly free fro every deleterious substance and to be purely vegetable. They do not weaken by their action, but by giving tone to sloraache and bowels greatly Invigorate the system Regular site 25c- - P" box. Sold by Williams & Bell Druggist. No cough remedy eqsals Dr, Bell's, Pine Tar Honey for anybody of any age, from Infancy on through life until they are as old as Good Old Granny Metcalf. All druggists sell It For sale by Z Wayne Griffin & Bro which This - the trade-mar- k is on the wrapper (salmon-co- l ored) of every tSgfggg bottle o! the ne SCOTT'S EMULSION. Be sure this 2 on the package, and that nothing else livery school teacher in Ohio conn ty ought to be taking Tim Riiruu Wc" publish nearly every MCAN. week programs of teachers' meetings and various otaer things pertaining to the teachers, and are really surprlse.l at the small number ot teachers who take the paper. We are not finding fault with anyone, but offer as a suggestion that the teachers should give the pa er better support than they have In the past. Last Saturday was teachers' pay day, and Supt. Shultz transacts busK ness with the Bank of Hartford. Cashier Riley had quite a treat In Although we store tor the teachers have had so much agitation about all the gold being out of circulation, and Mr, Riley has been advocating the free and unlimited coinage of silver he paid the teachers one halt the amount In gold, and for the put few days gold has been circulating in abundance throughout Ohio county So much for the election of McKIn-le- Shultz, Sulphur Springs; Will Tanner, Hattord; Rev. J. C Davis, Roslne; G. E. Casebier, Rockport; E. L. Myers, Render. A. E. Tichenor, of Centertowu, was arrested by Sheriff Bishop last Monday night, charged with attempting rape on the person of a little five year old daughter of Mr. Geo. Rowe. Details ol the affair are hard to get.as all par ties concerned seem to be backward The about talking qf the affair. mother ot the little girl had left home foi a short time and upon her return she heard the child screaming out at the biru. She went immediately to her and caught the young man, and by hard work beat him away from the child. Witnesses were before the grand jury and the case will likely come up for trial this court. J M. it Fuaua, John M. Johnson, J.P.Thomp son, Henry T. Maxwell, E. D. Oldham, Isaac N. Duke, L. P. Foreman, Thomas Webb, Seth Hunter, Ben P. Graves, B, F. Sullenger, Ben New-teI. S. Shown, J. T. Bennett, Jas. Gentry, R. S. Ashby, Jas. McFerrln, Ward, Keown. J. B. J. B. GRAND Represented bv parson I' & Qo. CO" I on CD -- Boyd, Harrison ICO -- a a I 3 KENY0N COLLEGER- - CI ffl HODGEJJVILLH, KY. y, J J. Monroe, E. Stogner, L. P. Fulkerson, J. D, JURY. M. Chapman, Alex Hoi-broo- o O - P. P. Walker, W. T, Ashby, II. J. Young, W. B. Tichenor, Wm. Morris, J, D, Holbrook, foreman. The case of the Com' th vs. D. A. Royal was taken up Wednesday and has been on hand ever since. C2 n 9. o Is palmed off on you when you ask for It. Nothing has been made that equals It to give strength and solid flesh to those who are run down or emaciated. Your doctor will tell you that It h the one food for all those whose weight Is below the standard of health. tlua, Put up In 50 ct. and 0 lldOiir.ll lifUolU. NlrncU Mil, Col Martin W. LaRue today re ceived a telegram lrom bis partner, Jeff Sterrltt, editor of the Plalndealer, at Hawesville, Ky., stating that oil bad been struck there yesterday. A company has been boring for oil for several months and a depth of 1,200 Editor Ster leet had been reached' rltt and others Interested with him Sir Walter Scott was not only a versatile, prolfic and Interesting writer, but he was a sensible business man. He lelt the legacy of his genius to all mankind, but he left to his family, among other practical remembrances, life Insurance in Scotch companies to the extent of one hundred thousand dollars. S. C. Walker the New York Life Insurance e'o See him. ts Offers exceptional advantages to young ladies and gentle-me- n desiring a complete education at small coet. New Buildings, Strong Faculty, Cheap Board, Reference Libia-r- io Healthful Location, Refined and Intellectual CommuE's nity, Supports a Lecture Course. m SPKCIAL FACILITIES FOR PREPARATION OP 13 CO Teachers Review and Normal Training classes in session at all times, besides six other exhaustive and complete & We court investlvatlon. Send for a ourse of study. catalogue and judge for yourself where the BEST educa5 tion can be obtained for the LKAST MONEY. AddrcM Si a ul all communltions to II BLonyon Kentucky. college, Hodgenvillo, WOOL. WOOL. w and told by all drugghts. SCOTT ft BOWNE, N.w York. had spent feveral thousand doltars lu the enterprise and their friends are naturally rejoiced over their good luck. They think they have struck n gusher, and that fortune awaits the development nf this and other wells Times. which they intend to sink, scholarship in the Lexington Business College, A scholarship in Bryant and Stratton Business College, A Mholrashlp lu King's Commercial College, A scholarship In Kenyon A tor (tnle boon to thlp to. Wo mtfco libera! Thti Ii tho Uit siirket and our U the on coniltnmenU. Bealile we hiTO tatter UctUtlM tout other home la having apot MCtorlt tutor Urxo trarollug to ioprlT. W nt you ths ton prloe ana pardirect cah not lu to In Jo. Ho nnU. fiblp alt your wool and term produce, HBRINDON-CARTB- R tt 110 Third Street, or 818 to 810 MurreU Court, CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. College. Apply at this office and we will save you ulg money. Take THE REPUBLICAN. jeweaawaTiii 3kV,.aev.jt,a,aeaaaiaMJgaxeaarag.art (if jQTTHwrmi -- e'. j'i:. lllllltf MlJKlut r'teiaicaauMJCMjmutturr-'-r-rnmmmm--"---"''-'"''?"'''''- '' Hartford llopublican Friday, KovitJinnii 20, 1896. DreadM K- - ' RkMatism. JW tics tiny bicycle wheels linked together with precious stonca and clasp- it cst3d WliMl ed with a mlnnture lantern, of which Uj worthy of condemnation. Q. S. the light la a glistening gem. II the Times. Tho Spelling ofGhamonlx. lantern li.m a green light, mi emerald is naturally used, and the same stones What Is tho correct spelling of nte louud in the link setting Garnets Chninonix? Mr. E.lwurd Whymper nrc used for the red light, topaz for states that ho Ir.n fou.i.l the nnmo thejellow, auielli)ttlor the purple spoiled tnorothnn 12 dltToront ways: and Mipplitrc lor the blue. Only In.' Chutnounlx, Clmmouny, Clmmouul, TMnoun geiun nte selected, u l.ict that debars such popular genu as pearls, turquols, ojn1s nnd entseyes. An entire girdle is sometimes made ol the-- c tiny wheels, nnd as a rule the thus nte profusely enamelled uiul the liu'i Is n single jewel. o Wheels in colored enamels me used for link cufl buttons, uhilt n larger wheel, sny nbout two luetics In diameter, Is eouveited into n witch chatalaluc. The watch is suspended fioiu a clasp by a couple nl euniucllcd In hondlcbnrs, and the watch Itfi-lf- , some instinccs, haitlu: npp;arnucc of a fairy "bike." Stick pins, too, ate sIiomi that ate emblems of the widespread wheeling Influence. These vary ftoui nn entirely miniature bicycle to a tiny lantern, set with appropriate birthday stones. Jeweled lanterns are also re garded with fervor as watch charms or as the finish for n hat pin. But the ultra enthusiastic bicycle girl does not stop with this assortment ol wheels for her professional adornment, she has especially designed for heruse, or some one else has 'eslgned it for her, the most beThe witching ol garter buckles most economical ofthese buckles is a simple arrangment oi tiny handlebars in gold or silver, nnd costing a few dollars, but occasionally the price rnns up into the thousands, as, for instance, when each clasp is a single wheel in gold, with with spokes and rims covered nl-ssol-tair- e. tl full flihhillllilllOil 0. fs.k)nil dupdrllelnlly td Gonoral Directory. STATU '"' utimwi wffriiiii))'iiiiiiitiniitiiiinminiitiiiiiinniiuH'Haifui)iimntn"mH i aantan-awma- WH&UUUriMudlttHM MB OI'l'ICIAUI. Governor William O. Bradley. Lieut. Governor W. J. Worth-IngtuSccretarjnf State Charles Fiuley. Attorney General W. S. Taylor. Vudltor Samuel ii. btone. Tn umrpr Geo. W, Long. Cumtiiheionor ol Agriculture, Hor Statistics Lucas nml tictilturo SEE FAC-SIMILE Chnmmonls, Chamunix, Chnmmutiy, Chnuiony, mr: Tf. ' No disease has puzzled the doctors so completely as rheumatism that deplorable condition of the blood which so often renders the strongest man as helpless as a babe. Their mercurial and potash remedies may In soma cases impart temporary relief) but arc sure to ultimately result In wrecking-thentire system. d blood Khcumatlsm Is a disease and only a real blood remedy will have any effect whatever upon It. Most of the blood remedies arc at best only tonics and can not reach an obstinate blood trouble. One of the most frequent symptoms of rheumatism Is a tingling sensation of the parts affected, generally brought about from a lack of free circulation of the blood through the very small blood conductors. This trouble Is always eliminated by the use of S. S. S.J it thins the blood, gives it a free and forcible circulation, destroys the poisonous microbes and restores the circulation to Its normal condition. Mr. Robert II. King, a prominent and influential citizen of Wct Point, Va., writes of his experience with this oread disease: "About five years ago I was a great I was sufferer from rheumatism. treated by all the leading physicians deep-seate- Moore. Chmnunts. Chamounls, Superintendent Public Instructiou-Ge- o Mr. Whymper rejects tho wholo of M. Davison. those and adopts Chamoalx, which Register Lund Ofllco Chas. O. ho bollovos to bo correct, and which Reynold. is employed upon tho ofllcinl mnps Insurance Bureau Commissioner-- D. of Franco, SwltzurhmJ aud Italy. W. Cotningnro. Regarding tho pronunciation, Sham- - ' Ai.ji.lnnt General D. R. Collier. tnoon-eIs, ho thinks, about tho Stnto Librarian Mrs. Mary Drown closest one can jot to it in phonotla Day. English. Westminster Gazette. ItAIMtOAII COMMISSIoNKUS. Jno C. Wood, chrtiriniiti; J. P. Nero's Crewns. Dcnipsey, II. S. Irwin, Secretary When Nero mmlo his artlstlo tour Samuel F, Drown. as a musician and actor through tho cltlos of Grccco more than 400 Senators Hun. William C. Liiul-sacrowns were bestowed upon him, Hon. J. C. S. Blackburn. aud when ho returned to Homo ho Representative Fourth Dmtrict decreed himself a triumph and enW. Lewis. tered tho city with theso crowns Hon. John STATE LEUISLATUIIE. borne In 6olcmn procession. Senator Hon. A, I). James. Silly onco meant "blessed." Tho Reprcecntatlvo Ohio Couuly Hon. English writers of 300 year3 ago C. M. Daruett. frequently alludo to "tho silly child o C'OMIHTS-IONAy, Chatnouny, Chatnoltfny, Chnmonls, I THAT THE C ASTORIA "i.illvu fcgctablaVicparafionforAa-slmilL.TTi ',''- 'i.rr.Tii ,l, ,i ,tii, n Wm ting Ihc Food nndlicg ula ling thcSlamochs oral Dowels of SIGNATURE nipknn Tdbulei. Hlpana Tnbulca cure ntttrten. Hltwvns TaIiuIcs: at drofrgltta. Hlpana Tabitlc cure dlztlnemi. Hlpana Tabules euro hendncho. nitmna Tnhules euro flatuUnM. IlipiMis Talnilea euro dyaptpaW. ItTjmiiB Tnbulca naalat iUf nation, ltlpnna Tnbulca euro bad broiUi. HilwiiB Tflliulca cure blllousnasa. Ill pa Ii a Tabuleai ono given reJIof. Itltmiia Tnbulra euro IniHgofltton. Illpans Tnbulca cum torpid liter. Hlimua Taliulca: gentle cnthnrtle. Hlpana Tiibulca euro constipation. Hlpana Tubules, for Hour ntoinnch. Hlpnnn Tnbulca: plpnannt laxatlvn. Hlpana Tnbulca euro liver trouble. op wsa&iiimssfiBm Promolcs DigcsltonXlicctful-rtcs- s Not NAiic otic JUf&SmJ' nndRcst.Conlnlns ncltlicr Opium.Morpltlnc nor Mineral. dL$$&Z IS ON" Cartatt, and Traila-Mar- THE JtevmnfadOrXiNninitWl WRAPPER OF EVEBT OunOrrieiiaOppotiT(U,.pTiMTOrriai aiilatnifur Mtintia h Una taiu Ikoaa Iramcta from Wathiacton. Sod.tnoJl, tlravlnc f plioto, W fWrl a a J Tin, It tlon. iukl er rxx, (cm kI chart. Uar(caililuatillrlnllaiir4. coat ol obtalnad and all MaoiatTC Pcia. a atat Irte. rMfHitT.'''rj"o','irawu,"hk In Hit U. S. laj Ioclf a eauauUa uitiAdJrctt, -. C.A.SNOW&OO. WANINTN, UPF. PATENT WrriCK, BOTTTiTT, OW Apcrfccl Remedy forConstlp-tlon.Fcvcrish-nca- nfllSamrt-JjIiirai- D . s Sour Stonuch.Diorrhoca, Worms .Convulsions Jeans." A BLIND TRAVELER, He Finds OHIO COUNTY. ctrtcuiT couirr. Hon W. T. Owen, Judge- - midLoss OF SLKEU CASTORIA Ii net wld la bulk, Iioa'l allow aaroai t wll er promlu iktl ll je anjtSlnj elia on ua ti ti good" and "will amwir etiri ptt- - GRDV km isia Tac Simile Signature of Owcna- - Mr. Robkrt II. Kino. In the state, but without relief. In fact, my sufferings grew worse dally, until I despaired of ever being cured. "I had bcn In this wretched condition for many months and was almost a complete wreck, when I first read the advertisement of S. S. S. Having tried a dozen or more 'rheumatic cures' and 'blood remedies' with no success, I was almost hopeless, but decided to give your medicine a trial. I did so, and In a few weeks it had made a permanent cure of me. I was soon a well man and have never had a touch of rheumatism to this day. 8. S. S. is indeed a wonderful medicine, and I shall ever recommend it to all sufferers from this worst of blood diseases." S. S. S. stands out distinctly to itself as a real blood remedy, and for half a century has been curing obstiblood diseases nate and which other medicines fall to reach. S. S. S. is not a drug store preparation and no druggist can offer a substitute for it. It is guaranteed purely vegetable, and contains not a particle of potash, mercury, or any other product of the chemist's shop. S. S. S. never fails to cure Rheumatism, Eczema, Cancer, Scrofula, or any other disease of the blood, it matters not what other treatment has failed. Our books on blood and skin diseases will be mailed free to any address. Ewift Specific Company, Atlanta, Ga. deep-seate- d GIRL'S JEWELRY. Pins, Bracolots and Gartor Buckles tho Latest Fad of Wheolwomon. The bicycle girl, her needs and her fads, is a positive influence in the various departments of commercial nterprise. The "bicycle skirt" is an industry all by its self, as will be its successor, the "rainy day skirt" The "bicycle boudoir has appeared, and now on every hand we are con fronted with the very latest novelty bicycle jewelry. And the genuine devotee will have none other, from her engagement bracelet, or bracelets, as the case may be, to her daintily expensive garter buckles. She has even evolved a code of signals with the various colored enameled "bikes," which are worn in minature ns scarf pins. It is really a dangerous matter for a young man to present his wheel-wo- man friend with one of these tiny pins without first thoroughly informing himself ns the meaning of each shade of enamel aud its significance as a gilt. A "bike" pin set off with purple enamel is nothing short of n down right proposal, for purple is the royal color, and the meaning thereoi is "You are my queen." If the rim is yellow the ineanlug is "Au revoir. I'm off on a voyage." When bright green is the color employed the youth is fearful, nnd does not wishhisfriend-lattentions to be misunderstood. A bicycle set in white enamel shows steadfast faith in his "lady friend," while scarlet means doubt and per y plexity. A vaiiety of scarf pins of different styles of bicycles, made in gold and silver, also have a special deep and unalterable slgnifficance, nnd the can express his position in the matrimonial mart without utter-- ' ing a word, if he selects his gift the correct style of blcjcle. A small "bike" for a solltarv individual means, "I intend to remain a bachelor,"a tandum, "We are only flirting," a duplex machine, "lam matrimonially Inclined;" a line offourorfive tiny"schorchers," "you are a flirt," while the presents-tio- u ol an old fashioned tricycle Is intended to intimate that the receiver is considered passee "out of the running," to speak alter the manner two-Inc- I wheelmen. hut the wheel woman's ii terest in bistcli- - jewelry uudouhtl) cvntrM in the ,bic)('le (ncngeintiit Iron lit. There nti- tevin.1 untqur tlrsiym, row lnthfiunil.it, f which the most fetching U utiii'trtlloiiahl) tin- - vluil link brnultt. 'Hits is. iiu.de ol u e - His Way Alons Along tho Roads of California. Gilbert Watklns is tho namo of a blind num who lives on Brush street, ucnr Tuylor. Although ho Is so blind ho cannot tell day from night, even though bo looks directly at the sun, It does not Interfere with his ability to travel In fact, Watklns does more traveling than most other people except drummers. And, furthermore, bo does tho most of It without snyone to guide him. Wntklns, when he ts In tho city, carrbc soon standing on the corners diamonds and the hub n huge of somo of the down-towstreets, where he sells notions and other Aud this does not end the list of small articles In order to gain a the bicycle girl's fads Tor the croze is livelihood. But ho does not stay long at a time, because be likes to I spreading. A bicycle clock is seeu visit different places and meet difon the whcelwomau's dressing tible ferent people. He always attends laudabicjcle paper weight is found tho different celebrations and on her desk. Her beautiful ivory fiestas, where he says he Is suro to toilet set has a silver wheel on the enjoy himself. back of each piece in place of the cusWhon Watklns wants to go any tomary monogram, and her stationary place tho tirst time ho gets some is stamped with n tiny machine in ono to guide him If possible, but after Selected. herclub colors. that he can go alono at any time ho I wishes. Ho has beon over nearly all HE SHARED IN THE JOB. of tho roads in California, and only a few months ago he walked from A Far West Wedding Ceremony Gives this city to Los Angeles by himself. tho Justice a Fair Chance. Ho says ho Is always well treated Wliilo In town tho other day, says and finds people only too willing to S. L. Crawford, Hon. Allen Weir of tell him what Is going on. Olympia drifted into a reminiscent According to Watklns' story ho is mood and told tho following: able to do theao remarkable things d A lank, Georgian sololy by his memory, and says that named Shaw, who lived in Dunge-nesho can be tuken anywhoro and mado in Clallam county, Washingto turn as many cornors as desired, ton, in early days, was justice of tho and that he con And his way back peace, In tho course of his duties without assistnnco. In this respect as squlro many ludicrous incidents ho seems to have tho same acuity a happened. Ho was a very illiterate cnt Is said to have and exercise- it In man and talked habitually In souththo same way. ' ern negro dialect Upon ono oc- When the blind man desires to go caston Shaw was called upon to ofto a certain place ho has never been ficiate in performing a marriage taken before ho ts led to It, and as ceremony uniting his partner, ho goes along he takes mental note named Thornton, In wedlock with a of all the objects he passes. Hero fair widow. Tho affair was public Is n rough crossing, here somo and excited much Interest, It oc- - j pavement, hero a dirt road curred on a Sunduy afternoon, when ' with somo stones on It, hero somo ' everybody for miles around had water, etc. When ho wants to recomo to town. Shaw hod greased turn ho takes them In reverse order his boots in honor of tho occasion, and has no trouble. and wore his brand-nobuckskin "The reason I can do this," he ' "galluses" conspicuously. Before says, "is becauso I don't sco a lot of Imcommencing tho ceremony ho things that distract mo. You could pressively removed nn enormous do tho sumo thing easy enough. quid of tobacco as a useless obstruc- - Mnvbn In n mll I would nnlv h.ivn tlon to freo articulation, hitched up i to remember a fow objects. It la his panta and sailed In. Trans-fix- just the same as if a, man who could ng tho culprits with his eagle eye soo was taken through a dark olley. ho sternly ordered them to stand up but every onco In awhito was given which thoy proceeded to do in a glimpse- of his surroundings by a fear and trembling. Tho large aulight being turned on. Ho could redience was on tlptoo of expectation, member what ho saw without any tho breathless sllouoo was and troublo, but if ho saw a thousand broken by Shaw's pompous Inquiry other things ho could not I know of tho groom as to whothcr or not just how many steps It Is from tho ho Intended to take "this hyer womcorner to whore I livo and can wal an as his lawful wedded wife," etc. to tho placo without even using my Thornton, who was a little slow and cane. Of course, I urn helped a had the nppcarauco of bashful ness, great deal by tho peoplo I pass, beshifted uneasily from ono foot to the causo they know I am blind and alother, and finally said that ho ways mako room for mc." San "guessed that was tho calculation." Francisco Call. Upon receiving satisfactory anMOSQUITOES. swers to simitar questions from tho bride, Shaw stretched himself to his Thera A'e Over Twenty Distinct full six feet two Inches, of height, Spcclos In North America. nnd, after surveying tho crowd ImWo are accustomed to think and pressively, proceeded to declare in speak of the mosquito as it- - there awful solemnity: ' "Now, therefore, what mo and wore but ono species; yot, to our God liov jlnod together lot no man knowlcdgo, thoro are no loss than eight species, which aro moro or less put asunder." As nobody offered to put them common in tho District of Columbia, asunder after that, thoy at onco ti i aud tho writer tins noticed at Now Orleans, La., certainly four differto "llvo happily ever after." ent species at tho samo season of tho Seattlo year, whllo at Christmas time a fifth species, smaller than tho othTHEORY AND PRACTICE ers, causes considerable troublo In "All Right In Theory, But Won't Work tho houses of that city. In Trinidad In Prac'lce" Don't Hold. Mr. Urlcli states that ho has obThere is no conflict bot ween theory served at least ton different species nnd practice, l'rnottco based upon from the Island of St Vincent In right theory must Itself bo right, Ills eatnlogiw of tho Diptero of North and result advantageously so far as America Baron Osten Sackcn reit goc3. A theory thut will not cords 21 from North America, and work In practice Is either wrong In It Is perhaps safe to suy that not Itself or wrongly applied. Many a half of tho specios arc doscrlbod. In nosslblo good result has been lost tho collodion of tho United States because of tho popular saying: "All nutionul museum thoro are 20 disright in theory, but won't work In tinct specios, all of which huvo been practice." A child's misdemeanor authentically determined by Mr. U pointed to as un cvidenco that ills Coqulllott L. O. Howard. parents' theories of training nny bo ' good, as theory, but that thay won't First Mention of a Crown. work. Yet tho ehlid'a defection Is ' not necessarily proof that tho parTho first mention of a crown In ents' theory has been wrong, or tho Scriptures Is In Exodus xxv,, that It won't work. Many au 11., where a crown or ornnmont of bears upon a child which tha gold was directed to bo placed abovo parent U powurlo-- to nunul. Pertho sacred ark. Tho ornament is haps tho father U alwont weoks to- hero montioncd as being well known gether on business, or tho mother and was probably long In uso among tuny bo an Invalid, or, worso still, tho Egyptian kings. circumstances may put tho child freDouglass tho Freedman. quently In tho presence of adults whoso conversation U suggesting Frederick Douglass owed his freo-doacts, thoughts, motives, Impulses, to to tho goneroslty of two tho child, which result In counterQuakor womon, Annlo nnd Ellon acting tho ino3t careful training on Richardson; thoy paid tho prlco sot tho part of tho parents. Tho upon him nnd gavo him to himself. troublo Is not with tho parents' This faot Is brought again to mind theories, but It Is that outsldo inby tho news of tho recent death In fluences huvo brought In new conLondon of Ellon Richardson. ditions, and sat tha child often In Significance of "Muscle." surroundings which becomo a dominant foroo in his life, at least forn Musclo Is from a Latin word, sigtime. Aud yot tho parents' theonifying "n llttlo mouse," tho movo-wories may In tlmo prevail. Wo must of tho muscles beneath tho bo careful how wo coudemu a good skin giving origin to tho expression. n raw-bones, I I I I bo-gifi m Hon. J. Edwiu Rowo, Attorney Oweneboro. T. II. Dlack, Jailer -- Hartford. G. B. Likens, Clerk Hartford. D. D. Dingo, Muster Commissioner Hartford. G. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund Hartford. Cal. P. Kcown, Sheriff Hartford Deputies Samuel Keown Hartford Joe Roberts, Fordsville; Thos. D Dishop, Centcrtown; S. T. Steven, Cromwell. Court convenes first Monday in March and August and con tin tics three weeks, ami third Mnmlay in .May and November two weeks. COUNTY COUKT. Ooro. new ironic. I Outcrh Ii ml to la on-t- boltUi tnlr. It "jut jln pott." tilfM- csUa Be tiat IXACT COPrOF WRAPPCn. rTT?ZaS3 yCZZfl. M(uytt&ZZaAC - ' ir Zr -- - A jn gat - ha TTIW. '. SAVE YOUR TEETH AND MONEY BY QOINQTO TM i LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS,, In tbc Ave. Theater Balldlng, oo Uh bet. I John P. Morton, Judge Hartford V. M. Hocker, Uerk Hartford. E. P. Neal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. Court convenes each month. Begins on the first Monday in iu QUARTEltLY COUUT. Qreii & Walncl Tlila la thj place uturc you ca any other orrlce In the South Ktar.r oralor l tkla offlie ia an etpwt irradiate o( not leaa tka (lif trarieiperlrncc, (rrmrmtxr no tuJtnt) capable and wllllnr to ft re joe nr adelce mn talnlotf to either yonr natural or artificial teeth. We make crrrr branch of Jnrt ttrj a apeciairy. Heat Mt of teeth on rubber, fi.PO, cuarantrnt la fit and affalnat breakaire fur flee rear a. written guarantee i;lTen irlthererr aet. linld llllluira 11.00 and up: l'ure Weer Otllnra, 75e: all oilier plaiilc nillnira, ."V Our crown and bridire work, or teeth without ilate are at Arm, ttronir and eertlreable aa jrnur natural teeth, and at price lower than the loweet. We can extract r.. vour teeth and:. nut 111 new one . .name rfae- - Teeth ak. V- . mA -.. :. .t.. i al- Boimcij wimum iin. i on can inaKei"epoinimeuia vy mail All cumulation, free. A trsji In attendance, at NOTICE OUR PRIOCB. t I8JU8TA3C00DF0RADULT3. WARRANTED. PRICE 00 cts. rarla Medleln To., hL louti, tlo. Oentlesian We auld laal Tear, in) beulee e CIIIU, TO.WIO M kaTe TA9Tr.l.K nilOVK-bought three arvHM alreadr thte year. In all oar ea-pettenee tit ll reeri. in ine arua ouaineaa. aare beeeraold an amete thai rave tueh anltaraa) aaue louratrnlr. taction aa juor Tvulo. TDNIt Oil ATI, lixa., ilOT. IS, lttl. Aaaar.Caa Vor sale by Williami & Dell. A CHILL TASTELESS ,1)t January, April, July mid October. COURT OF CLAIMS. third Monday ilrrtJ. Convenes first Monday in January, and Tuesday after the fourth Monday in October. OTIIEn COUNTY OFFIRE1IS. LOUISVDLLE DENTAL PARLORS, In Co. , the Avenue Theater Building, .fth St., bet. Qrecn nnd G. S. Fitzhugli, Surveyor Sulphur Springs. N. C. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. Z. H. Shultz, School Supt. Hartford. L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur Springs. ' Mr. C. R. Campbell, Pcorliouse Keeper, Hartford. WTio September 19, December 1.9 DuFOitD. Den F. Graves March 26, Juno 25, September 24, December 24. Hartfohd. A S, Aull March 5, June 4, September 3, December 3. R08I.ne.- -C. Woodward-Ma- rch L. 13, justices' cocura Fom3Vii.Li:. J. A. Dnwiing Darren's Ferry, March 21, June 20, BRYANT 400 THIIID BTREET, & STRATTON "gSSSg&H. No. LOUISVILLE, KY. desires to better his or her condition In life, should write for too catalog no ortno 4gi SHOET-HAC- Walnut TILEOBAPHT, PENMANSHIP, ETC. tgjr ABULES IS. taurt d.llate enoaUtatuMt. Are alaaaaal fre laaa, aa..eoTeclual. aad Eire ImraedUM raiwr ITlce i eeau T1I. Mar he ordeed throech BMrrat druattft, or matt. Eampla U1, lucenu AildrtM RI.PANS REGULATE THE UVER AND BOWELS AND PURIFY THE BLOOD. UlPAJtB TAUl'LKa are Ike krt Medl. elaa kaewa r.e lajlceallee, Jllllev.aaaa, llradake,Caa.Ueatlea, Pr.ee aela,CkreeU IJtirTraklelli.laMsUadCaeleiU D;aealerr, Or.a.lre Ilreala, a all eUa. erdere er Ike BIOHMk, IJrae eal Deweia. TJpana Tabalaa eoetale aothlaa- - lelarioee to STOMACH, f'r S. E. Cor. 5!h AfTonls Cinw and Rarket SJs, nOOK-KISRPIN- COLLEGE tt THE RIPANS CHEMICAL CO., ii Bracer BTxrr.-- . m toik crrr. December 11. comber 5. June 12, Septcmbcrll, SHORTHAND INSTITUTE the bet facilities f r tliuiuu'h practical tiainio in SIIOKT-HANTYPEWRITING and Succcw ia T1IKEK MONTHS. Teriun mclernte PupiU iwsi.tad to POUrTIOX when competent Ihuiniwi men fuoiinhcd Stenoirrpliew V'JLUK OP a.-- urod Cromwell. Jont D. Wilson March 7, June 7, September 5, De dr. PFecrrn OVAL-TANS- Y Entrance on Stla. St. 3Lm Louisville, Ki. Fair View Herd $. r teSv DISCOVERT. HKVKIirAIlA M preiMd, eictitlfe, omu tcmaty or Mlnfut by over IO.O0O menuuntlon. Now -- a m vi un vT4utrmt tmllwlcu.ilfiKuim CACaSSOCIATIUM. Jit PILLS f oland 110m of Qhina.5, CHARGE PP"- ftfttboE, inull boilL Bnl ulnd la pllo wrpp,r. Band o In ftftmpafor particular. iMd by Im1 dranhuorftddrrtf VF.rVEUMKUl JUNTO 3Frlii. 3F MeniJs Punctured Tiros VMlll7iu RIUk nml I'la iu pairs nut nkin. Come and see my St ick, or write your waov. i'ricea reosonnhle. J. O. WELLS, Ckl4ii Dam, Ky, Bulllngton is prepared to give you a good shave or shampoo. THE ORIMSON uncturoid. J. aaeaaatawaaeriiaTll R. PSRTLE oaaaeaaaaaanaraaamaaaeaaaaaaaaal BAMBLEB. In the Llns Keeps Them Mended. No wnlkln; hnme No tnklnc out ol Gunrjntced not to Injure vnlves, One treatment insures your tlitrn. for a rear. tiics ni;aliit Can contain: enough puitcturoid For side bj Bicycle f r two Mrrs. Dealers, or unit pontpaid, to nny on receipt ol PKICE, $i oo S A Valuable Introduction of Ross Culture. No rose In recent years has been so widely advertised and so highly pralsc4 as the crimson rambler. hns been offered for snlo In many hnmlota of Massachusetts by tho ot somo ngen nursery firm, nnd every cottager has haJ tho chanco to plant tho now favorite in his garden. Owing to skillful ad- It TllADIi M1H1C vertising and brilliant pictures it has bad an unusual sain. Many who purchased It were led to bcltovo that It would produce bouquots of 100 or more blossoms to a shoot tho first season, and ttioy wore naturally disappointed when it did not bear a solitary flowor. Crimson rambler Is certainly a valuable' introduction, but, like all now plants of morlt, it has been too highly lauded. With as It has proved porfootly hardy, nnd a tomiierature of ten dogrco? zero did not kill It back In tho least last winter. Plants sot out last year bloomed satisfactorily In Juno and havu ma-loxcillont growth during tho present season. throo-lnc- h Young plants sot out In pots ut tho end of Muy now Imvo stout shoots from thrco to flvo foot in length and ought to do well next year. Last July I saw a splendid stock of this rose at tha nursorlos of tho lutrodueor, Mr. Charles Tumor, bo-lo- w Ola.oise.st, 3MCsa- - HARTFORD, KENTUCIV. Is prepared to do any and all WmAa of Dental Operations. Prices lawMt reasonable. Office over Wtllknatt A Bell's DniR Store. Vitalized air or laughing air administered for painlcai trOeica oi teeth' DENTIST ni.i iisai iiiiii, FOR Louisville I Dental Co., aa 'i Mothors, &T g . Farinors and VillagorB, FOR Pathors Sons and IOR and Daughtors, FOR All tho Family. of Slough, England. Two hodgos of OWEiVSBORO, KY. ii II4W.M.M. .. Allen Richardson, hut ..it dltfift tafi tha Ololro do TRIBUNE, hothpupeis eoninmir , at wt.olM.fc. Dijon, Relno Mario Henrlette, prio DBipanywoflreior lauluftUua iMtor !. Marechal NIol und JiTerymiot Arranl4. 1 6a ity las of Oarr ItMtr. Tho capabllltlo.1 of this W ityUiof Umrnw, 4 e HiaiBtf oi rose as a jwt plant were well demonrltforei HPC. Atllrtar all orders In the strated by tho superb specimens Slaaar,Ia4. W.ll nUTTBe7 shown by Mr. Jackson Dawson, of tho Arnold arboretum, at ttio spring utrritna. show of tho Massachusetts Hortloul-turla tha T7alU4 Write your name nnd mldm on a postal card, send it to Geo, W. Bes BiauireeTlaiuVa'oJi!Si society last March. Ono or habtta ia haea rjaa of mT booka on thaaa dla Room , Tiihune HuilUiiiK. New York Citv. nuU sample copy oiiliK two llorists of my acquaintance havo mil. Addrew II. M. Wooller. Atlanta, Ua., mailed to you. box as, and oo will be lent 70a tree. grown batches In pots and will NF.W YORK WRRKLY TRIl.UNK will be endeavor to havo them In flower for s u. Iripa WkoMatetak uJnr.tof.-- ln aoeae euaaaa next Easter. Nicely fioworcd plants aTtl W A. V U"a W 1T MllllalVJ IUWU IhljIC la DatteM1 T T.T 'l W. ought to ba In demand for that sea- , - tf9. WMBlDgWiV V. U..OT IBIF fl.WO PHt OUCf - -- -r tw son. Garden and Forest. au4 mi ot iHo buaaroU lurt atloui wmUsl. Ham I It flvu feet In height and of proportionate thicknoss wcro n magnificent sight. I counted shoots carrying from 150 to 230 (lowers each, and this was In a dry season. Somo growors in England huvo found It makes au excellent climber. At a largo private pluca In ono of tho northern counties a wall 12 foot in height wiw for somo distance covered with It und it was blooming profusely. It makes a good for such old favorites ns WIN com-iwnlo- ii ' I each niemher ni tho lumily. I Air joaj n NATIONAL FAMILY WEEKLY TKIBUNE Extracting lree when Aitlflclal NEWSPAPER, inlcrtsiing. instruclivo, cutortaiuing and indipeusihlo to Teeth 'are ordered. Office pernvanefit- niHlce tliB With the cloeo of the Presidential cuirpaigii The TRIBUNE recognizes tho (act that the American pcoploaro now .tnxious to givo their attenTo meet this condition, politics will tion lo home und hushier-- iiitercstH. havo (nr)e8s ppitco und prnmineiico, until nnnthcr State or National ncca-no(lcniiinila rennnnl nt'ihe fiht lor the principles for which tho TRIBUNE Iiiih Inhered Iron) its inception to tho present day, and won its grea- tcat viclnue8. Every posihlo e (Fort will he put forth, nml ninnov frcclv spent, to Gold Crowns f 5 toff Porcelain Crowns 3 to 5 Best set of teeth (no better made no matter how much you'pay) . $& Gold fillings ft up Silver filling 75c Extracting, per tooth jxc Painless extracting; with Vitalized ly located. WoIurnWiTHE REPUBLICAN aud NEW YORK WEEKLY 125 ' ONE i3TL YEAR WE HAVE N0 agents &mdLmVmS?CLG& II.UITKOM) HKPUBLICAN, al HartlOrd. rggL , ?. ISLsr. g--- vljisz a akfi a Hh Hh.PUtiL.IiJAlN. wivttcw;..7iSarBa "X