Newspaper Page Text
A Good Buying Monfli.
November is a good buying month. Stocks
are full prices are held down to the lowest
possible notch. We prefer to name the prices
that make the goods sell quickly just at the
time yod need them, and that is why right
prices are always quoted you in the season
when they are really of interest.
You'll feel that we have crowded down the
priceson these items you'll agree, too, that
the articles are full of merit, aside from a price
standpoint. It's the prices here that keep the
items on the move the motive power that enables
us to take advantage of latest offerings
it keeps our stock the freshest and most attractive.
Men's Winter Wear.
Articles in men's and boys' wearables for the
November weather are priced here in away
that will cause them to melt away quickly. We
do not depend upon this line alone for our
profits in business, so that prices always rule
less than in exclusive stores. None but best
makes no prices but the lowest. Men's and
boys' hats and caps, 25c up. Children's shoes
Store Proves Its Usefulness.
We want to help you make November a good
buying month. We want our store to be the
one that proves its usefulness to you just at
the strongest buying season of the year.
When It's Tailored Properly.
Then it is a suit that gives you genuine
makes you feel that you're properly
dressed. Suits made by the tailoring house
of Edward Rose & Co., Chicago, possess all
the excellent traits that go with high class
are perfect in every way, and give
you fullest value in materials. We've the winning
prices that will bring you here for your
cl.:rso:lt sz co
Hartford Weekly gctaW.
Wedkbsdat, No vk hue it !.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL E.E.
Beaver Dam, Ky. Time Table.
Hiprru - . . 431 , m,
Accommodation . 5J ni.
Local frcltht 8$S a. m,
Accommodation.. . , ia.40 p, m.
)sprcM . .. .69 p.m.
Hiprtii 115 a.m.
Local Freight ajSp. ra.
lUprcaa 834 P m
The alraraer Bclolo will If are Hartford eveiy
Wedoeadayat 8 o'clock a, m.(and crcry Satur
day at 1 o'clock p.m. Rcturnlni Irarea V, armlUe
everr Monday and Thuraday at 3 o'clock p. m.
For frelfht or pasiagc, apply on board of to it or
to Jaraea F, Caraou, agent for Scioto.
Ubm IOLiintAnT'fl Swans Down.
Taylormakeaphotoain Hartford every
. Mr. Bud Yeiaerbai opened up a blacksmith
ihop at Iiontiie Tweedlo's old
Field A 80a mako three trips daily to
Beaver Dam. Lravo jour order at tho
Considerable fencing has beon burned
in this and adjoining counties lately by
Carson A Co. are fall up in all lines
of fall and winter goods. Bee them for
Mi&s Oracle Tumor, of EvaDsville,
T spent several days here last week, the
guest of relatives.
Miss Stafford, Onrtou A Cu's Milliner,
is busy these days. The olegant Hats
sho tarns out are the talkof tho county.
Anything in tho Furniture line otn
be prooured cheaper from Carsou &
Co., than by sendiuir to the city for it.
Miss Emma Hayorafr, of Louisville,
jvho has been the gueat of rthtivoa hero
for eevorul week", returned homo Batnr
-For best work nt most reasonable
prices, pat rodeo tho Richmond St)am
Laundry, Clyde Wedding, agent, Hut-ford.
1 Field A Son have seoared an extra
stab 1 0 and now have ample room to no
all their ctut'tntrc Tho
politest attotitlon and tho feed
for yoar horses,
Tho following business housos of
Fordsville will be closed to-morrow, in
honor, of Tbanksgiviug: Wilson A
Jones, J. F. Cooper, nines A.Oo., A.
B; Oiler, G. W. Brile.
Mrs. Settle Duteman, wife of chief
engineer Batoman.of the Scioto,
has arrived iu Haitrord from Louis
yille, Jtnd tho family will mako their
permanent residence hero.
UflB IOLKtlEAnT's SWANS DOWN.
Get prices from The Evansville Pinning
Mill, Esponlaub A Jobnan. tf
Thero will bo a church conference at
the Methodist church Wednesday evening
after prayer meeting. A full at
tendance is desired, ss some important
business will be attended to.
Thanksgiviug services will be held at
the Methodist oburch to morrow morn
ingnt 11 o'clock. It is hoped that all
our business houses will obeorvotho day
by giving way to tho spirit of the times.
Master Victor Matthews Lm been appointed
agent of tho Paducah City Steam
Lauudry In Hartford. lie will ship
laundry on Wednesday of eaoh week,
returning Saturday, lie kindly asks a
Tho fallowing marriage licenses have
been istucd since our last issue: T. L
Anderson to Joslo Blnck, B. J, More
head to Mamie Richmond, Thos, D.
Nelson to Vitnla Russell, Morton Baker
to Elm E. All.
Mrs. Ed Johnson, of Uaell, McLean
county, who had been the guest of Mrs.
Ann Bounett for a few days, returned
home Monday, accompanied by Mrs.
Bennett and daughter, Miss Maimee,
who will make her an extended visit.
Mr. A. W. Dodsou, living in tho Duke
neighborhood, about 7 miles north-east
of Hartford, vai in Haitford Monday
and brought to Tub Hskald ofiloo a
very queer specimen of oorn. Ho calls
it "cow" corn, salt is best suited for
fodder. Each grain is incased in a littlo
husk or shuck, and tho tassel also bears
largo grains. He planted a small amount
In the spring, but ho do'w has enough
seed to give this queer corn a good tCBt.
Your doctorknowfl all about
foods and modlolnos.
Tho noxt tlmo you boo him.
k Just ask him what ho thinks
of CodLivor Oil with Hypo
phosphites. Wo aro willing '
! to trust In his answer.
For years doc
tors havo prosorlbod our
I noes, norvous oxhaustlon, and
for all dlseasos that causo
l loss In flesh.
Its oroamy oolor ana Its'
ploasant tasto mako it especially
useful for thin and
1 aoiioato onuoron.
t llvor oil is llko it. Don't loso .
tlmo and risk your health by '
tAiHng something; unknown
and untried Kood in mind
I that SCOTT'S EMULSION,
has stood tho test - for a
, quarter of a century. '
toe. and It.ooj U drufjlits.
SCOTTA BOWNB, Chcmbu, Nw York.
Spinal Disease the Result of a
Fall Abscesses Formed.
Kentucky Clergyman Reports What
Hood's Saranparllla Did.
Tho character of the pooplo who
testify to the merit of Hood's
Is worthy of consideration. Head
what a Kentucky clergyman eayfli
"When our little girl waa 3 yean old
flho fell from a lolt and itrmtned her spine.
1 Binco then Bhehta boon subject to aplnal
disease! and lost the use of her limbs.
Bhe was very delicate and did not have
much appetite, and abscesses formed on
theleftsldeof her spine, which discharged
continually and she was obliged to He on
I her right side all the tlmo. We procured
a bottle of Hood's SartapArllla and she
began taking It. The first effect was to
give her an appetite and enable her to
sleep. Bhe continued taking It, and now
ahnla a healthv child with the ex cent Ion
of her deformity." Rev. U. B. WjUID,
Cbsplln, Kentucky. Remember
' Is tlw best In fact the One True blood Purifier.
cure nausea, Indlgestfon,
nOOtl S fills biliousness, rrioeaw.
UflK IqLBIIBART'S SWAKS DOWN.
Mr. W. B. Miller' has leaied the
butcher business of Mr. F. M. Wester-field
lu Hnitfurd and will continuoat
the old itand. Mr. Miller Is a most
affable and straight business man and
will no doubt meet with good success.
You wouldn't go longer without a
j now Bait or Ovoroat if you only knew
howchratly Carson A Co. aro selling
these goods. It is marvelous how
'cheap 30U can buy good Clothing
nowadays espeolally at Carson A Go's.
I Tho former residence propeit of Dr.
J. E. Pendleton, consisting of a handsome
brick house and about ten aores
of beautiful grounds, was sold In Hartford
last MoLday by Commissioner
Holbrook. It was bought by H. P.
Taylor for $2,008.50.
Monthly SCHOOL REPORTS for
pale at The Hkbald Office at 25o per
hundred SPOT CASH.
sent by mail-FIVE CENTS per 100
extra. No teacher can n fiord to be
without repot ti at tbis nnheard of low
price. St tmps taken same as cash, tf
I will preach a sermon at Liberty
next Sunday morniLg commemorative
of tho brave men who perished in the
destruction of the battleship Maine in
Havana harbor and those killed at
Santiago or died by sickness while In
tho army. Silas Newton.
Miss Jessie Glenn gave an elegant
reBidonce of her parents
in South Haitford last Saturday night,
in honor of her tenth birthday. She received
a number of bandtome presents
and tho evening was most pleasantly
spent by all the youngsters who attended.
Mr. D. J. Duncan, agentbf the New
York Life, the oldest international life
insurance company in tho world and
one of tho largest in tho United States,
will bo in Hartford during Circuit Court
aud will bo pleased to talk to nil those
who aro intoreatcd in laying away something
for a rainy day. tf
Tho case of Warren Hines vs. Claude
Renfrow, in whioh tho former sued the
latter for breach of promise of marriage
of his daughter, Mi68 Emma Hines, has
been compromised and will bo taken out
of court. Young Reufrow rays $300 and
is released from alt liabilities in tbe
matter and each side pays its own costs,
Thero will bo an entertainment at tbe
College to-morrow (Thanksgiving) night
given by tho little fclks in charge of
their teachers. Considerable preparation
has been made, which is expected
to afford a most pleasant evening for all
who may altand. A small admission fee
will bo charged, which will go to the
Mr. Chailcs O. Beard and Miss Abble
Smith, daughter of Mr. John T. Smith,
Jr., of Fordsville. were married at tbe
residence of the bride's parents on the
15th ult., Rev. T. J. IU I cliff officiating.
These are tvo of Forrtsville'e mott popular
and beloved young people, and
they have many to wish them joj and
happiness in wedded life.
Please do not experience a foelinc of
disappointment or hold a grudge against
the editor or correspondent if it happens
they miss a news item. It is impossible
for the editor to be everywhere at alt
times und he will esteem it a favor il you
will send anything to tho office which
you think would interest tbe readers of
this paper. A newspaper man's path is
not always ttrewn with roses, and yon
can aid him in a way gratifying to all
patties concerned if you will be kind
euongh to comply with the above re-quest.
Wo kindly ask those who owe The
HsnALD and who may be in atttendance
at court this week or next, to please call
in and settle. Or, we would appreciate
it just as much if sent by mail. Please
don't pass this by and say "tbis don't
meiu ME," for it means all who owe ns
and ESPECIALLY those who are be
hind for several yotrs. SURELY, we
have been patient with you. Now show
your appreciation by paying us PART
if not ALL of what you owe. Look at
tho DATE opposite your name on Tub
Hkbald. You owe from that time on,
Get up and attend to this NOW.
Mrs. Beao, wife of Ilev. Q. J. Bean,
died at her residence in Hartford last
Monday afternoon at 2 o'clook, of puerperal
trouble. For a week before sbe
diod her sufferings were intense- more
than tongue could toll. Sho leaves an
infant baby boy whose life is despaired
of, a bnsband and many relatives to
mourn her loss. She was a good woman
and her sad death brought gloom luto
tbo hearts of the people of the whole
community. Fuuernl servjors were held
at tho Mtthodibt church yesterday after
nooo, 0 inducted by Rev. E. M. Crowe,
aftor which tbo remain wore laid to rest
In Oakfto d cemetery.
Stratton Hotel, Hartford, Ky.,
Mrs VauKhts Old Mnnl,
A hold in every respect.
Tho best uf tible fare and tbe comforts
of home, at mast reBODble rates. I
would be glad to have all my old friends
stop with mo when In Unit ford, and I
Invito tho general pablfo to give me a
trial. R. J.Stbattov, Proprietor,
N. B, Special rates to jarymon. tf
HARTFORD ON A BOOM.
VARIOUS IMPROVEMENTS ARE
RIGHT UPON US.
Stave Factory and Tile Works Assur-I
cd Railroad Almost
tain to Come, Etc.
OOOU NKWS FOR OHIO COUNTY,
Hartford is in tho swim.
Recently tho ilegant steamer Scioto
was purchased by Haitford capitalists
nod is now making two regular trips a
VPftb IlAttVAnn Ihtd tit tntk ami T'vfartMvIllA
both ways and a large number of rassen
gers. The coming of the steamboat has
I been a great thing for Hartford. Its
permanenoy gives assurance of much
Tho Potter k Condit law mill has recently
undergone big improvements by
tbo addition of a large new boiler and
maohinory. Mr. W. E. Qreen, a lumber
dealer of Evansvllle, has contracted
with tbe saw-mill men to saw up four
thousand logs, recently purchased In
this vicinity. The Scioto olerk has entered
into a contract with Mr. Oreen to
ship bis lumber to Evansvllle.
Messrs. Tom and Henry Bean have
purchased ground from Messrs. W. O.
Hardwick add J. W. Ford, upon which
will be erected a first olats tilo plant.
This will bo a good thing for Hartford
and tho surrounding country. There is
much land in this couuty that needs
drainage, but ou account of tho oost of
tiling and transportation on same, the
work baa been nefilectrd. The works
will employ about 0 or 10 hands at firtt
and will bring considerable money into
tbo community from their shipments.
Work willvoommence on tho building at
an early dar
Messrs. Kellar k Morris, of Birdseye,
Ind., an account of whom appeared in a
recent issue- of Tns Hebvld, havealco
decided to locate here. The papers have
been drawn up between a number of
business men of Hartford and the aforesaid
gentlemen, signed and delivered,
and tbe affair is now a certainty. These
two genthmen aro proprietors of a large
slack barrel atave and heading plant at
the above named town, which they will
move here at an early day. They employ
85 or 40 bands in their factory and
work up 00 cords of wood per day.
Their expenses for hands and timber
amounts to about $115 a day, or over
$3,000 per month. It took considerable
inducement to get tbis firm here, the
great expense of tearing up and removing
their plant so long a distance being
the principal item. It is understood
that tbo people of Hartford agreed to
give them $500 In oasb, move their ma
cbinery from tho railroad here and also
givo them the plat of ground of fire
acres upon which to erect their manufactory.
However, this mousy is well
spent, taking into consideration tbe
amount of money that will be tnrned
loose in this community.
A letter has just been received by
Judge Jas. F. Carson, the enterprising
boat agent, from Capt. D. A. Watt, assistant
engineer, stating that a derrick-boat
will be put in Rough river this
week, to remove all obstructions in tbo
way of snags, Ac, from tbe bed of the
river. A clear river is one of the main
essentials to Dartfjrd's prosperity now,
to enable us to quickly ship and receive
tbe large amounts of merchandise whioh
will soon bo tbe result of the town's new
Although there is not much talk being
indulged in anent the subject, it ia a
matter of almost absolute certainty that
Hartford will have a railroad at no very
distant day. The business and prospects
of tbe town demand it, and it will
come. It will in all likelihood be an
oxtenslon of tbe Irvlngton branch from
Fordsville here, and it is also said that
tbe Ulinoii Cential people are strongly
in tbo notion of erecting a branch from
their main Hue to Hartford. Tho railroad
project is being worked quietly,
bnt none the less surely, and it is in tbe
hands of men who do not contemplate a
failure by any means.
Reoently the Cumberland Telephone
Company extended their line to
and a person can now stand in J.
H, Williams' drug store and talk to almost
any of tho large cities, as well as
nearly all the principal towns and cities
in Kentucky and Ohio county. Tbis
puts ns closely in touoh with the outside
world and brings Hartford up
notches in the scale of importance.
A home telephone company has also
been organised, of Ohio county people,
who are erecting a line from Fordsville
here, and its ramifications will eventually
tako in evory town of any considerable
size in this and adjoining counties.
This is also a splendid project.
There seems to be a spirit of progress
in tbe air, and tbe wide-awake business
men of Hartford are on tbe move. Prospects
aro brighter now than ever before
In tbe town's history.
Oil Friday, Nov. 25th inst.,
WO Will IlWard our Annual lo-
bacco Premiums as follows :
For best sample Burloy, not
!?.? h?n (lVO pounds, 1 Oliver
unuieu now, jno. iu.
For best sample Pryor, not
less than five pounds, 1 Olivor
Chilled now, No. VJ.
C 1 J. 1 1 A. a I
I omiipit'b to uu tuit Willi us.
Tobacco to b(3 grown in Ohio
COUnty with aid of Homestead
Tobacco Grower. Exhibited
between 10 a.m. and 2 o'clock
p. m. Hooker & Co. 1
Circuit Court Notes. '
The Ohio oonnty circuit court o in-
vened in oomt hall here Monday with
Jndge W. T. Owen proaiding and Oorn
mouwealth's Attorney J. Edwin R we,
prosent to look utter the evil-doors,
Tbe following named gentlemen hive
been empaneled aa grand jurors for the
present tsrm: J. O. Ellis, B. O. Ktown,
J. A. Jazner, B. D. D. Myers, Ambler
' Ohiok, Floyd Baize, L. IX Leaob, A. R. J
Hoover, J. T. Fidix, ,T. H. Thornton,
James Ashley, Bheilff, and L. P. Foreman,
foreman. Tho yourjst Brand
juror is SO nod tho oldc&t 07 and tho
averago ngo Is 44 years and fivo months
and all together it is an excellent jnry.
i Tho following named gentlemen havo
been impantld &s pet t jurors for tho
present term: R. N. Mlllor, John Pate, '
! Ohas. Ford, Stovo Loach, W. L. Chapman,
Luther Browo.G. G. Porter, John
Ooobsoy, Clinton Iglehcart, Searcy
Taylor, Ed Miller Dillis Ward, Wm.
D. Park, Robert Duncan, Noblo Bean,
J. B. Ward, Shelby Rock.A, M. Herrol,
AI Slay, Jno. B. Maddox. Warren
Llndley, Scott Klmmcl, R. II. Daniel
and Alex Barnett.
All the commonwealth cases set on
AIai1,d'i lnAll .. .BBitu.3
'""- - buuhuucu. ex-
uuh vuuiuiuuwi'iuu vrmua j. n, Williams
(3 cases), Wm, Debart (2 cases),
Hart Uofl and wife (3 cases), Dock
Night, which were filed away with
Commonwealth's versus Wes Calls-ban
(2 casps), Wash Duncan, Louis
Griffin stricken off; on by mittike.
Oom'th. vs. John Miller raised.
Tho visiting attorneys are a follows:
Judge Richards, of Louisville; Judge
O. W, Massle, L. P. Tanner, W, T.
Ellis, nnd La Vega Clements, of
Owensboro; D. R. Rboads, Reaver
Dam; S. P. Roboy, of Fordsvilh; B.
L. Kelley, of Aetnaville; and Arm stead
Jones, of Rock
Anderson vs. Likens Case Decided.
The contested election case of Likeus
vs. Anderson, whioh has been in tbe
Court of for quite whiIe,haviog
been tiken from tho Circuit Court of
this dibtrict, was decided last Saturday
in favor of Anderson. The public is already
familiar with the facts in full.
Anderson and Likens were candidates
for Oironit Couit Clerk on the Republican
and Democratic tickets respective
ly", and the returns at the election a year
ago showed that much irregularity had
been practiced. Howevervupontbefaco
of the returns Anderson was given his
election certificate. Likens resolved to
contest his opponent's election, whioh
he did. The case wett against him before
tho coutity content board and he
carried it to the Circuit Court. There,
after a full hearing of tho cjso
and much careful deliberation, Judge
Owen decided in favor of Likens. The
case waa then carried by Anderson to
the Conitof Appeals, where he won, as
Soveral Republicans of Hartford dis
played somewhat unseemly elation at
Anderson's triumph. Heads wore poked
into Democratic quarters where Republicans
do not ordinarily care to frequent,
to aononnco the decision, and there
was considerable jubilation among tbo
brethren. Nevertheless, Mr. Likens
stands jutt as high in the estimation of
his friends as before, and will ttand his
defeat like a man. The matter had
itself into a simple contest at
law, in which one or the other side
mubt lose, and while tho verdict is not
endorsed by a largo number of persons,
still it will be taken with tho bebt grace
Contest Case Decided.
The contest case of the liquor men,
which has been dragging along for some
time, v as decided last week in favor of
the prohibition side of the question. It
will be remembered that last spring an
election was held on theralcon question
in Hartford whether or not tbe saloons
should remain here the majority of
whioh was 30 in favor of the "drys,"
This was decided illegal and was held
over again, with the result of another
decisive majority against tbe "saloons.
Tbo liquor men contested and after a
fair hearing they have been decided
against by the contest beard, composed
of Messrs. B. D. Ringo, H. P. Taylor
and J. 8. R. Wedding.
The matter hinged principally upon
the question of jurisdiction, the contestants
holding that there were no established
voting places in Hattford to
hold a town election, hence the election
held in places where tbe county tleolion
is held is illegal. From a plain, matter-of-fact
poiut of view tbis seems very untenable
ground indeed, as tbe Bt loons
are hereby a vote oast atthe same pUccs
whioh they claim are illegal for tbe removing
of them. If tbo hit election
was illegal, then also was the election
bringing them here, and they would be
plastered over with indictments a foot
It is understood that the contestants
will still oontlnue the case to tbe Circuit
Court and from there to the Court of
Appeals, if necessary. The attorneys in
the oase were: Judge J, 8. Glenn for
contestees and Capt. W. T. Ellis, E. P.
Neal, E, T. Miller and W. H. Barnes for
Thero can be no d6nbt of tho fact that
the people of Hartford do not want the
saloons here, as evidenced by tbo repeated
majorities cast against tbem, and
any quibble of tbo law oannot possibly
alter Ibis phase of the case.
A Pleasant Party.
At the elegant home of Mrs. Lucy
Hubbard tho young pentltmjn of Hartford
entcitainedinhooorof Miss Emily
TV TTitrnrAft nf Tinnfvlll Tv .nnrl Mfea
Ida Lou Johnson, of Providence, Ky.
Mrs. Hubbnd.asUbted by hor charming
dughtir Miss Mbelle, received for tbo
youug men and made eaoh guest tbe re
'oipicnt of their mostgraoloa aitsntiuns.
Tue parlors were thrown Into one long
silon and beautifully decorated with
crysintbemums und roses. Tbe ball
room ft8 Prt)fofi0,y decorated in miaia.
tna vultuvrstfl liu luiMtilifnl Aiifnmti
foliage. Dancing enacd tho
tlon vt t(0 bo,e9 aDabeiux, relieved
by uu occasional game of cards. Aul
elepnul colbtion mm served at twelve, I
ounkistius of dainty ices, cakes, fruits
"f i?;1:'; V1!'0?.11:
1U vui B'uut i'jr u.i auu iuu yvuu
men art luml in pralso of Mrs. Hubbard
nud Miiu.Mabjlle. Tho guests present
MUfKmr n. llAycraft I.ouitvlllc; Idalou
iohmon, tTinfdcnctfOrhCle Turner. Kvaiuville;
tva Allen. lUwrvtille; Motile Puiicau, Moreau-Self1:
Atc mid Mary hinlth, Kdna Griffin,
Aume I. loIc, Nut Her U rile nd I.aura
Mot Iuu, Pelle Mabel I locker, Uele
Morton, hiuanl Lilly Thrmaa Kettle ami Zella
Nail, Sue YtWtr aud Mr J. M. Dean,
Mrf.0. H. Hrnwfn, C. C Wedding, It A.
Carton, I.T, Moore, W. l Moore, Chat Griffin,
A. C. Tal r. J. I,. Klein, bam H Cor, V. W.
Wcddlug, A. D, Buiklll, Clarence Field, Jamta
Binder fur, Jcwse Ueau aud Marvin Hear.
C. C. Wbudino,
O.U, Ukavrin. Coin,
K. A, CAWWI,
"Running Bores appeared on my
leg und spread over tho entiro
lower portion of the limb. I got
no help from medicino till I tried
youcs. I was cured by ono bottlo of
arsaparllia. o Jf
1SAAO ACKER, Cowans, Va,
OHIO CIRCUIT COURT.
Civil Docket of the November Term,
JCllY TRIALS ?TH DAY, MONDAY.NOV. 28.
8030 W. P. Smith vs Ed Quenther.
R llaird vs. J. S. Uoleman.
3077 J. H. Woodburn, assignee, vs.
J. K. tiobcrscbell.
Wickel vs. D. J. Duncan.
3705 John Johnson vs. Fordsvillo B.
3720-W. H. Lyons vs. Bamo.
3753-W. P. Graves vs. M. V. Oampfleld.
3703 A. J. FttxtonvB. Browotfc Bowles.
J. Talor vs. Mobs Tie Co.
8701 A. J. Paxton vs. Hsmc.
8TH DAY, TUESDAY, NOVEHDEIt 29.
3707-H. O. Loach vs. John Echols.
K. Gray vs. Fordsvillo
W. Midkiffvs. O. D. Hardin,
3803-Geo. N. Baize vs. I. O. R. It. Co.
8810- Marian Morton vs. SavilU Taylor.
8320-Sarah Morton vs.Tavlor Coal Co.
3827 D. E. Putturson vs. Virgil Davidson.
Franklin vs. F. L. 8mitb.
3834-1. P. Barnard vs. Saruh Hines.
Oril DAY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30.
3835-H. O. Watkins vs. I. K Newton.
3830-8. M. Everly vs. Byron Tichenor.
2837-D. W. Hilton vs. S.O.WaIker,&o.
Logsdon vs. I. C. R. R.
3841 Joseph Webb vs. Same.
3843 Charles Logsdon vs. Same.
3843-Maud Hurt vs. Virgil Davidson.
3840-P. It. Kelly vs. Ed Davidson.
F. Kirtley vs. David Kelly,&o.
lOni DAY, THUBSDAY, DECEMBER 1,
3807 W. N. Heflin vs. Germania Insurance
3803 Same vs. Niagara Insurance Co.
3881-H. D. Smith vs. I. O. R. R. Co.
8882-Felix Poil ve. Thos. Cnllowav.
3385-Harah A. Hardin vs. Elisha Huff.
3888-J. K. Oeleaby vs. Alex. Curtis.
3891-0. M. MoDaniel vs. I. O. R. R.Co.
38!3-Samuel Edcevs. Jack Ralph.
B. Martin vs. H. F. Allen.
llTIl DAY, miDAY, DECEMBER 2.
3000-W. G. Tucker vs. John Rilev.
3902-Trammel Batly vs. I.O. R.R.Oo.
Cheap vs. Luther Cbinn.
81)07 Wade Daniel vs. Moses Hudson.
3909-Marlin Keith vs. Robt. J. Daniel.
3911 Wm. Warden vs. Robt. Matthews.
3915 J. M. Hoover vs. Honry
3022-F. A. Bowleses. J. W. Mvere.
3919-Jacob Weller vs. E. T. Williams.
THE LATEST NEWS.
Mrs. B. D. Smith, of HumauBville,
Mo., baa been married seven times.
Thomas Marbball, of Ohillfcotbe, O.,
married in just a week after his wife
At SUndford epes are selling for
cent) a dczon, and butter only
brings ten cents a pound.
Tho date of tbe evacuation of Cuba has
been Btttled. Spain will ccaso to dominate
the Ihliud January 1.
Robert Wh.tfield, aged 75, and Miss
Ruby Mcore, ujjed 72, wero married at
Mudisonville, Ind., alter r0 ytars of
Edward Bellstein, of Pit'sbur?, who
was found dead on his mother's ?rave,
was tbo last of a family, everyone of
whom committed suicide.
The Frouob Government ba so modi
lied tho prison treatment of Capt. Dreyfus
that ho is to bo allowed to exercise
for six hours a day over an area of eiftbt
Because Mrs. Andrew Shackelford, of
River Junction, Fls., was unable to give
more than bread to sometrampswhode
manded food, they stt fire to hor house,
bnruing to death her three children.
Tho mother only escaped a liko fute by
fleeing to tbo woods.
The first pension resulting from tbe
war with Spam has been granted. Private
Gates, of the Second artillery, has
been granted $17 a month for tbe loss
of a portion of bis upper lip and will
probably get more through tbe msdiom
of a private pension bill.
The popular Block Uoal company at
Island, was closed by an attachment
Wednesday afternoon. The mines bavfa
been operated by George Dovey, and
tbe attachment was sued out by a broth
er, John Dovey, on a debt of $2,500.
All of the propei ty, including a (took of
goods, was lovled on.
The taxes due the
State and county must
NOW BE PAID.
All property upon
which the taxes are
not paid by the 6th
day of December will
be advertised for sale.
So pay afc once and
S. T. Stevens,
Sheriff OlliO CoUIltV
S A HANDSOME
y?, i BYflhTA
jyw BOOK-KEEPING,, Cbntatnt
VnetjuaUd FneitUUtfor LociUlntf tiraduntft in
When DON'S COMPLETE PILE CURE is guaranteed
to euro yon. It is tho discovery of an eminent physician.
No Knife ! No Interruption of Business !
The first treatment brings immediate relief. It has
cured thousands, and will euro you.
MR T. 6. WILCOX, prominent merchant, politician
and chief of tho Chattanooga Fire Department, says:
' After veirso( suffering, DON'S PILE OINTMENT was recommended
to me. The use of one box effected a permanent cure.
I voluntarily gle you this statement, hoping It will be the means
of bringing your wonderful remedy to the attention of others suffering
Price $1.00, Prepaid to any Address.
DON CHEMICAL COMPANY,
Deed Things Will Ccms Around.
I havo n lot of bargains I
am going to odor my customers
for tho noxt 30 days:
Snagless Rubber Boots reduced
Big lino of men's undershirts
20 cents and up.
Ladies' Vests with sleeves
15c to 25c each.
Men's drawers 2oc and up.
Men's Mcintosh coats 1.50
Ladies' Cloaks goingat a discount
of 25 percent
Wo will oiler Ladies' lints
cheaper for tllO HOXt 30 (lays
.than wo over did before.
. . , , .
Also Davis Sowing Machine,
lnVlwnrm for Sll)
old nrico 25.00.
Remembor. WO COUIlt tllO
. 4 ...:.. 1,, c, ,,,,.
grains ol COH1 111 call M
inv 111 JlUUiaiy. Don't fail io
lmv dollar's WOl'tll of UOO(lS
and get a guess at tho $50.00
Steel Range. Respectfully,
I. Foster, Jr.,
Murdered his Wife.
Paduoah. Kt., Nov.
bbotaud killed his wife today on the
Tarnerform, flvo miles from the city,
He also shot t a man named Walker
Walker efoaped without Mary, nnd
. ,! t i . "i i ji i
came io iue ouy ma nouueu
Conine Phelps, who went to tho scene
the traiedy atones, acoompanied by
Df pnty Hheriff Qns Kogors. Jealousy
wa the oauae of tbo tragedy.
Any banter needing a good
Blionld call on Carson Bros., Hartfon).
Tbe beat makes will be t arniebed 3 ou at
low prices. Call and boo their Guns. J
Will bo tho big monoyraising sulo of Wilson & JoncB. By Deocmbor 10th wo
havo to raise a large sum of monoy to meet some very heavy bills. Never before
have gbods beon sold so low as they will bo for 00 days, beginning November 10th
wo aro going to mako prices lower than it is bonc&tly right for us to mako them,
In order to meet our obligations. As you know, wo eoll lower than any one can
or will sell you, and thon for us to cut under that.it looks hard,but then they will
havo to go for this time. Oomo and examino our goods and prices and jou will
seo that we aro iu a class to ourselves when it comes to saving you money.
CLOTH1NGI CLOTHINGI CLOTHINGI
Wo aro not tho only pebbles on tho beach when it comes to this class of goods,
but thon wo aro tho only people that can or rather will moke you prices quoted
below: For OSo wo will sell you tho genuine doeskin jtnua pnnt', extra well made
and lined throughout; they sell tbo world over at 81.25. Our No. 1300 jeans
pant is oco that rttiils every whero for 85c; tbis we aro going to mako you at COo;
it's dirt cheap. Wo will also sell you a good jeans pant lined throughout for 48c.
Wo hato to do this, but ltt'tm rip. Our $1.50 jeans coat is a regular 3 00 seller.
Do not fail to see our 75c duck coat, worth 8100. For $1 25 we will sell you aa
extra heavy duok coat, lined throughout, including tleoves. On all suits and
overcoats that are in our mammoth stock we will, during this sale, allow SO per
cent, di&connt off of regular price. Heretcfore we bavo paid but little attention
to suits and pants, but from now on wo aro goin? biter this trade for
keeps. Mr. Harry Stum will have chargo of this department and cannot bo beaten
in giving genteel fits. Get our pric.es aul see our sampbs and wo are snro
wo can please you. A big lino of Molntoshcs lower thin ever heard of
before. Wo stait them at $1.85. This is really woith 81 75 Do ou need a nice
Sunday pant? If so, come along and get tbem at tbo fol wlm: cut prices: Our
81.00 pant goes for 70c ; 81.25 pant for C8o ; 81.60 paut for 81 23 ; 81 75 pant for
81. M ; 82 00 pant for 81.60 1 82.25 pant for 81.70 ; 82 60 p iM for 81,1)9; 82.75 pant
for 82.23 ; 83.00 pant for 82 43 ; $3 25 pant for 82.GS ; $3 60 pant for $2.83 ; $3 75
pant fur 83.00; a 84.00 pant for 83.10.
SHOESI SHOESI SHOESI
Wo are loaded down to tbe guards aud want your h lp so wo cun ulI ad, especially
is this tho case in rubbers and heavy i otkas. During this sale we will sell
you misses rubbers for 20c, ladies rubbers for 26c, men's rubbers for 40o. Child's
heavy ihoee fa to 8s for 83c, worth 60j. Youth's shoes 03 to 12s for43o, worth 60c.
Misses shoes 13 to 2s for 48c, worth 70o. Lidies shoes 3s to 8s for 03o, worth 85c.
Seo oar odds and enda on bargain counter, choice for GOo, worth from 85o to 81.25.
We are badly overstocked on queenB
ware and glasswaro and during this sale
we will give 20 per cent, off of regular
Entirely too many cook and beating
fctoves and just to get rid of all of them
wo put tbe knife to tbem.too. Bo they
go bt 15 per cent, discount.
Messrs. Harry Stum and Charley Ford
aro now with ns and tney cordially invite
all their friends and customers to
oomejn to see them.
Capes aaad. CTaclretQ.
Jutt reoeived a large comfenmont of
handsome ones very cheap and stylish.
Do not fail to seo the elegant plush
cape, 84 50.
Yfs, wo havo a car-load as nice as von
ever saw, at tbo very lowest prices. Also
Jet of iron roofing, guttering and lead
Now wo strike where you live. Don't
fail to rend carefnllr. Wo will cavo you
money. Bett soda 2 pounds for 6 cents.
Bacon 0 and 7 jo. Granulated sugar 17
pounds lor 81. Brown sugar 20 pounds
for 81' Coitl oil, 12c, ICo and 20a Kails
20j to COs per keg, 81.85 ; 10s per keg,
$1.00; Bi per keg, 81.05. No. 1 batting
7Jo per pound. 3 bira good soap Co.
Silt, coireo or tine, 81.00.
- - orcisville, 32Z3T.
John S. McCorkle,
Lumber and Building Material,
Cor Walnut & Eighth Sts , Evansville, Ind.
Frames, Glazed Sash, Doors, Blinds, Moulding and bdd sizes
of factory -work, Shingles, Laths, Weatherbourding, Yellow
Pino Flooring and Ceiling. Write for prices and
estimates on Houses, Store Fixtures, &c.
3Vben trading here please mention that you caw adv. In Tub IlBRALD."Ca
ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE OF THE
Vatunttt Information to those dt tiring la Learn
SHORTHAND. TELEGRAPHY, PENMANSHIP, ETC.
tucratUe Mluntloni Rates Very Low.
For circular of hli famoui and respooilbl
COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY. UNIVERSITY
Awarded Medal nt World ExptUw
He (era to thotitanda of traduatei Id potUlou,
Coat of Full lluatnca Coanc, loelodlDf
and Hoard la family, about fM.
SurTh Kentucky UnWemlty Diploma, nndar aaal,
awarded unduaw Literary Uourie t ra, if daalnd.
vacation. Enter now, aradufttMivccaaafal.
flo ordir to haw yenr Ittttr rcA w, ddri t
GENEBAL WILBUR B. SMITH. Lexlnstoa.Ky.
Not. hintucky L'mxterttty rttoureti, 0OU,(UOs a4
kod tuarlg IUUU ttudaUt lit aHwrfiww UU yor.
IT WILL PAY YOU TO CALL OK
J. C. RUDD, SON & CO..
Insurance agents at Owensboro, Ky
For Fire, Tornado, Accident & Life
Best Companies and Easy Terms.
Hartford, Ky., for
Of nil Accident, Life
and II attb. Of at corotaQlea, Ab
FMut piot ct'ou. OOioe in tbo
Ohio ConLty Utnk.
Take The Herald.