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Pay up and one year In Advance and we will send you The Louisville Weekly Commercial one year tree. suDscrioe at once. I Will show how you THIS TAG WE DO JOB WORK Every VOL. VI. rw 3E.l30La.. I (MX OF TEE PART? IN TBE FOUHI CONGRESSIONAL SISIRICT, a HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1894. wsASTONtsmm bow Dr. Flerosl Favorite Prescription acta upon nervous women. It's a marvelous remedy for nerrous and 'general debility, Chore, or 8t Vitus's Dance, Insomnia, or In spasms, convulsions, NO. 43. PROFESSIONAL CARD. A HARMFUL HABIT. Chll-dr- on M.Hk m : t I 1 JL I m IIUwcTilU......-......- V y man taking a child not over four TEX. ft.B yonra old along the street. Ho wm holding tho little one's hand, and LoeiiTilli. St. Lonii i isn lilnj. walked at bis usual gait. Tbo chthi jumped, run and stumbled ulong, BCHKbUMS IN KFFEUT NOV. 1, 1IU. No, AS, No.61, frequently losing its fcot, and being WEST WOUND. Dally. Daily. brought up to tho perpendicular by . 7;4&kbi. (.?. liOuliTllle t.Up. m. a jerk of the arm. The llttlo crea............ 1:11 a.m. 7:20p.m. tl'olnt ture got white- and exhausted look9:17 a. m. S.07 p. m. llrftnilrtiWf. ing and finally began to cry, but the 9.4 s. in. 137 p.m. IrtlrKton 10.2-- s. m. 9.21 p. m. man seemed Insensible to the fact . 10 44 s. tn. 9.41 p. m. Clnvrr(ort that he was doing an unwise and 11:11 a.m. p.m. crueMhlngt . and scolded and coaxed .......... U:Us. m. lM4p.ro the little ono along an best he could. .. 12. 16 p. m. Iltll p. m. 1:04 p. m, U.M p. m. Ho had nothing to carry, aud might 1:23 p. n. It 20 ft. m. just as well have tuken tho child up, Ko.M, No. 62, but perhaps ho did not think of it, UNO. Uily Daily. or, if ho did, chose not to do so. I 7:1& ft. m. 3; Up. ai . had a little curiosity to keep track 7J7 . m. 3 37 p. m. of them; and when tbo man stopped, ..... 3:27 ft. m. 4.24 p. m. ... w . m. 6 M p. m as he shortly did, I stepped in and 93 a.m. fiJOp.m spoko to the child. Her father was a. m. S 67 p. m. busy and paid no attention to me. . . lM m. S.lt p. m. Tho child's temperature was at fever .. 11.02 ft. m. 7.05 p.m. heat, and every nerve and fiber 11:29 a. m. 7 Jl p. m. .... WW p. ni. S Oft p. m. of tho llttlo body was quiver. l.oo p.m. 9.Mp.m. ing from the overstraining of tbo muscles. If that child doesn't have eoonpctlen a Taaltift f.l. 51 ftnd No. 61 mftk an attack of rickets or some kindred Irtington (HunJiiy xrrptrd) with train on touli tlllf, HrJinUirf k WrUrn It. 11., eit nd trouble, I shall be very seriously ! For Hirth r Information, add re is mistaken in my estimate of tho inII. C, MORbUK.fieo. IVrAg't. jury it received In that dreadful I.ouliT)l(Ky. dragging over a rough walk. "I had In my churgo at one time a child who had almost lost control (St. Louis Southwestern RyO of the muscles of one of tho legs, a TO difficulty brought on, I firmly believe, by tbo habit th other children had of taking the little thing out with them and hurrying it THE ONLY LINE along, Iu order to keep up with tho With through Car Service from other youngsters with whom thoy were playing. They had strict orMEMF9IS ders not to leuvo the baby or to let go of its hands, and as n consequence it was dragged nnd pulled along In the most frightful fashion. No cliaugo ol Can to I believe that a great many cased of rickets aro brought on by this habit OK INTKRMED1TE POINTS. of pulling children by the urms. It necessarily is a strain on tho spine, and must bo productive of unpleasant if not dangerous results. I think Coache aod that the attention of all intelligent through Carrying d I rooted to this Traveieing the parents should be Pullman Sleepers. subject and that tho strictest orders finest farming, grazing aud timber be enjoined on servants and all carelauds. And reaching the must takers of children to avoid a practice that. In the nature of things, must towns and cities iu the be Injurious, for this is, to my mind, without doubt, the cause of many hunchbacks and many deformities." Yeildiug N. Y. Ledger. FARMING LANDS. abundantly all the cctcals, corn and Munkacsy Alters the "Conquest of cotton, ami especially adapted to the Hungary." cultivation ot small fruits and early The enormous canvas by Munkacvegetables. sy representing tho conquest of Affording GRAZING LANDS. Hungary by Arpad, which was excellent pasturage during almost the shown at the last salon, has been entire year, and comparatively close greatly changed by tho painter, nnd, it Is said, greatly improved. Some to tho great markets. Covered with of tho critics give it very lukewarm TIMBER LANDS. and others called It a fnlluro almost inexhaustible forests ui yellow praise, when it was first shown. Iow It has pine, cypress arid the hard woods been much enriched in tone, and cercommon to Arkansas and Eastern tain groups of warriors "have been Texas. entirely rearranged. It has been on Can bp procured on reasonable and exhibition for two days at tho Petit gallery, previous to Its removal to advantageous terms. Hungary, where It will decorate the new parliament house in Pcsth. tick President Carnot went to see it beAll Use connect will and ti Imom aalevlathe fore its departure. In the grand parliamentary hall it will hang behind the president's chair. The artist has had to draw on his imaginaAsk your nearest Ticket Agent for tion for tho dress and weapons of maps, time tables, etc., and write to tlo Huns, as well as of the old inwhom Arpad any of tho following for all Informal habitants of Pannonla, Khan subjugated. tion you may desire concerning the trip to tbo Great Southwest, Modest Appreciation. I.OUIHVIM.E.MT. LOUIM t M or "fits," and every like disorder. A pbyfilcian was the other day dig ma of In Insanity resulting from functional derange-mont- s, cusBlntf soma of tho Ills from which the porslitent use of the " Prescription " will, br restoring the natural function, . children suffer, and In tho courso of I the generally effect a cure. conversation a number of InterTor women suffering from any cbronlo " female complaint " or weakness; for women esting points were brought out. "I who are or overworked; at the am of tho opinion," he said, "that a change from girlhood ta womanhood t and. deformities and later, at the critical "change of life "--It If a Kreat many of tho medicine that safely and certainly butlda op, weaknesses of children arc caused strengthens, regulates, and cures. If It doesn't, if It erer fails to benefit or by tho dreadful habit that grown peoplo have of taking small children lack. IT0 5h youmora Jour moneynmb I What nut out to walk and dragging them along Is anything that Wt sold in tale way at a fast pace. UkaljTto be ' Just as good I "Only a fewvdays ojro, I sanr a run-dow- n Aiil-nn- n M nF.t'X v bllltT to aleeo. Wt Rnn I km v VH ) W Bis Arising from Dragging by tho Arm. A Physlelan's Vlew-Illcktts ' PA -- inl end Kindred Trouble Often Due to Thoughtless nets In This Itespect oq the Part of Grown IVrsons. .... .. Cotn Belt Route Arkansas, Texas 10 m, Two Daily HAiys pro?-pero- uB Great Southwest. Cotton Bolt Route) Dis't Pasfl. Agt., Louisqille, Ky. " B.T. G.MATTHEWS. G. P. & Tkt. Agt.f St. Louis, Mo, Gen'I Supt.,. TexarkaAa, E. W. LaBEAUME, J. A. EDSON, Rei!eiv' JOHN ST. JOHN BOYLE, ai is) E0HOL8, T. , C.0.&S.W.R.R. (The Mississippi Valley Route.) TO -1-- LOUISVILLE, -- EVANSVILIE, TO CIN. ANDALLPOINS EAST. Memphis, Vioksburg, New Or- AND ALL POINTS SOUTH. TO St- - Notwithstanding her wonderful gifts Mme, Sand was sincerely modest. On one occasion a discussion arose about tho latest work of a writer who though vapid and dull as a rule, had flashes of something genius. "The book is not good throughout," said Mme. Sand, "but it contains at least a description of Venice which pleases me greatly." Several of her hearers agreed with her but were under the impresslon.that they hud alroady met with this descriptive piece somewhere. "Egad, I kuow where I" suddenly exclaimed her son, and off he rushed to tho bookshelves to find a novel written by his mother In which he found the very description which had been copied almost word for word. "What, is this by me?" Mme. Sand repeated, astonished and startled. "I had no Idea of It. After all, it Is really not so bad." An opinion which was warmly Indorsed by her frlencN, Wuverldy. V The Kiadera DUcnse the Income Tnx. "Charlie," said Mrs, Kidder, laying ANDWE6T, down her paper with a wearied look Connecting at Memphis with through on her face. "Ido wish you would tell me all about this awful income 'i,.trains to all points in tax. If anybody can make Vie muddle clear you can." "The income tax?" returned Mr. Bates, Tickets, and all information Kidder,, briskly somewhat flattered will be furnished on application to ty her appeal to his superior knowledge. '"Certainly; I shall be glad to your nearest ticket agent explain anything about it which you T. B. LYNCH, Jlon't understand." G.P, AMDouUvHIe. Ky. "But, Charlie, I don't understand Chicago, Cairo, ALL POINTS NORTH AND Louis, Arkansas andTtxas the first thing about it," returned she his practice brings him about $3,500 a year.' What will he payfy despairingly. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report "Nothing at all fori his income "Ob, Mattic, you disparage yourself unnecessarily. You know, of is less than $4,000." "Then I think the income tax is course, that it is a tax upon people's just abominable! The people ought incomes?" "Yes, I suppose so; but is it on to smash the Detnocrjus who are trying to pass it. Why"do they want everybody's income?" "Of course not. It is only on those to pass such a mean bllj?' "Because the compromise tariffbill of $4,000 a year nnd over." "Oh! Then only people who are with all its patchwork won't bring in enough revenue to runjthe governwell off will have to pay it?" ment, and they had J& put on the "Certainly." "Well," said Mrs Kidder, after a incdmc tax to help outjp reflective "Charlie," said she, little cogitation, "I don't sec why tone, "all the membersfire saying so people are making such a fuss over it. IN TOUCH WITH HANNAH, Even professional beggars need food It seems to me it's a pretty good much about the patching of the tariff and clothing, and if the rest of the bill that it reminds me of a chimney. world slammed tho door upon tbera. thing to tax the people who arc able ItT KIIS. M. L. BATNE. as sho had done, where would they to pay, and let the poorer ones es- You remember that is the answer to the children's riddle, ffiiatch upon "The potatoes are scorched again," get it? That child's pinched face cape." patch and a hole In the JC&dle.',. And said young. Mr. Merrlam, not in a came between her and the plump Mr. Kidder looked at her in mild the Income tax is to fill the hole, isn't tone, but rather as if roast she was placing in the oven. surprise. "Mattie, I am astonished Rap-raat the door. he were stating a disagreeable fact, it?" at youf The very principle of the This time she pulled it open eagerwhich statement his wife suppleAttention Repabltcane. tax is unjust, for it creates classes, mented with bomo brisk remarks of ly, hoping that the child had coma HkADQUAKTKRS 4TH COK back. A boy stood thero juid makes one class pay for the her own. ORESSIONAT, DISTRICT Rl "Yes, It's too bad of Hannah! with two potatoes in his hand. other." COMMITTKK. PUBLICAN 'Buy any potatoes She has nothing to do but stand over Mrs. Kidder folded her hands on Hartford, Kv., May 8, 1894. thut stove from morning till night, ma'am?" Upon advice of members of the Disher knee, and knitted her brow in "No," said Mrs. Merrlam, speakand there's no excuso for anything deep thought over this proposition. trict Republican Committee, we have being scorched. I'm tired ing pleasantly, and preparing to of,hor close tho door. But decided to issuetliecallfora CongressFinally she asked: the boy kept slack way of doing things." Then all the taxes we have to pay ional Convention without the formal"Tell her gently, and seo if sho shifting from ono foot to the other ity of a Committee meeting; It is will not do hotter," suggested Mr. as if ho had more to say. Mrs. now are just as bad, aren t they?" Lthcrcfotc ordered that a 'delegated Merrlam, who came very near to be- Merrlam was evidently a surprise to "No, of course not. What maggot ing that anomalous creature, a him. At lost he blurted out: be held at Lebanon, is working in your brain, I should Convention . "Did her feller dlo?" Marion county, Ky., at to o'clock a. model man. like to know?" "What do you mean?" "Gently, h'ml" answered his on Wednesday, June 27, 1894 for "Her feller. The cook's, ma'am." "I don't understand why they are ni., purpose wife, "you don't know much about of nominating a candi"You mean Hannah's brother?" not. There are lots of people who the Hannah or you wouldn't say that," date to represent this Congressional "He wa'nt no brother; he were and Mrs. Merrlam rattled the toa don't pay any taxes now poor people, her feller, an' she telled me he got District in the Fifty Fourth Congress, cups so vigorously that tho door of course; and I can't see why, if the and to transact such business as may her j was opened, and a ruddy hlsted from a roof he were shlnglln', income tax is bad because it taxes and it like to kill him. Hannah an7 deemed necessary by said. Convenhead thrust in. only rich people, the1 tax wc have le t "Did you want anything, ma'am?" me's old friends, ma'am," tion. now is not just as bad," Mrs. Merrlam told all she knew "No;" then as tho head disapThe Chairmen of the various CounMr. Kidder lifted his forefinger to about Hannah's "feller," and found peared, "if I had wanted her she when she had closed the door that a enforce his argument. "There is a ty Committies are instructed to call would never have heard me." Conventions in their respective great smoke was coming out of tho distinction that you don't seem to "Well, dear," said Mr. Mcrriam, for the purpose of selecting Delerecogui.e. It is equitable that the struggling into his overcoat, "tho oven, but no particular harm was only way to remedy this is to put dono. man who has more property should gates to represent them in the Con"Tho next person who knocks at gressional Convention andeach counyourself In touch with the cook." pay a greater tax than the one who that door" "Well, I llko that," said Mrs. has less, if the same tatc is levied on ty shall be entitled to one Delegate followed by a violent Merrlam, when later sho was busy push. It was the milkman, and he for every one hundred, or fraction both." votes fifty for about her domestic work. "What came in, looked indifferently at Mrs. cast over "Hut, I don't sec ' does Howard expect of mo? I do a Merrlam, but inquired anxiously Harrison for President in 1892. "Don't interrupt me, Martha. lam second girl's work now In order to after Hannah and her "feller." Upon this basis the various counties trying to make you sec if such a keep a good girl in tho kitchen, and When ho was gone Mrs. Merrlam thing be possible. A man pays tax composing the district will be entitled even answer my owu door-belocked that side door. rather than have her called from onJus property now, and the income to the following representatives: There were raps of all kinds, but her work. I wonder if ho thinks I she never opened it. Little raps, 12 tax makes him pay also on what that Breckenridgc abuse her. Put myself in touch big raps, tattoos and property earns him. That is double Bullitt 4 but with the cook. Men aro unreasona- whoever the rappers were, they went 12 taxation. Is that right? Is that Grayson ble." away without getting in. At six 7 just?" shouted Mr. Kidder, glaring Green However, when sho thought it Mr. Merrlam went homo to dinner Hardin 11 fiercely at his wife. husover, she concluded that her --. and found his wife presiding at the ; . . . . 10 Hart "Well, why didn't you say so band wanted her to see that Han6 nah fulfilled her duties better, and table with a flushed face, and a before, Charlie? I told you in the Larue wretched headache. '. 10 to this end sho visited the kitchen beginning I wanted to know alt about Marion "What is wrong?" hoasked anx, . Meade and began to stir things up. 4 it, and now you are asking me conuniously. "Potatoes burned again," she o "Everything. You told me to put drums instead of explaining it to me. Nelson . . . said'iu a complalnin'g tone, "how is myself in touch with. Hannah, and I 10 What I want to know is, if the gov- Ohio 'v.?-- . it, 'Hannah, that you scorch so many did." Then she related the lesson . . . .6 ernment has the right to tax a man's Taylor dishes?" of the day. 10 property according to its amount, Washington MIt's never a dish I'vo scorched, Her husband listened gravely, and why it is not right to tax his income nor broken eyther since I come into from timo to time commented! 118 this house," retorted Hannah, going according to its amount, too? Now Total "Hannah would have given the child ( o off into a state of high dudgeon. please don't get impatient, but just Necessary to a choice a bite." "The cook's world lies at Republicans are urged to attend "I don't mean, dishes literally, tho tell me." And Mrs, Kidder made "You are not In their County Conventions and select but figuratively," expluined Mrs. touch with her yet the potato mau great eyes at her husband, as rhe as Delegates persons who will attend Mcrriam, "all tho sweetness is taken was." "Few for the poor man feel used to before they were married. There is out of vegetables when you burn save the poor." Mrs. Merrlam put Mr. Kidder uttered an ejaculation the District Conventions them." her hands to her ears and begged run his fingers every evidence that Kentucky is in under his breath, "And ain't all tho sweetness taken him to stop. through his hair, aud then began in a the path of the land slide, which thirout of lifo when you scold me, "I know," sho said, "I havo had ty years of pretense and one year of ma'am? Accidents will happen in my lesson. The burned potatoes dispainfully elaborate manner: tho best of families. I left tho turbed me more than Hannah's trou"Granted that it is right to tax failure have brought to the to open tho side door " They have been thoroughly ble. But why did sho deceive me by earnings as well as property, is it "But I told you not to open the right, Martha I ask you, is it right "weighed in the balance and found side door. It's only a rabble of telling me that her lover was a brother?" that men with Targe incomes should wanting." Wanting in statesman"I think, dear, you discouraged ship, wanting in nerve to carry into street peddlers and beggars that pay at a higher rate than those whose come to It and tako up your time." followers when you hired her' said eflect "party pledges," wanting in incomes are smaller? You're a woman "Well, ma'am, thoy mought bo, Mr. Merrlam. essenTho rest of tho meal they a to in I know, and women don't always see patriotism, wanting in every an' then, agin, they moughtu't. I'm counexpectln' a telegram written from silence, passing over discrepancies these things as clearly as they should; tial, the capacity to govern this hapmc brother that's hurt, an' I was until dessert. Then Mrs. Merrlam but you certainly can seethe injustice try in a way which will bring piness, prosperity and contentment to 7ear'dofmissin'lt." apologized for the absencoof both of that, I think!" "You never told me that your fruit and pudding. our people. Democracy's menace to "Of course, I sec that, Charlie. Do "But I sent a basket of fruit," brother was hurt," said Mrs. McrtariiTsystem has brought you suppose I am blind?" returned our protective eald her husband. financial ruim to thousands of our riam. she, with an air of injured innocence. "You never axed me," answered "Then then it must bo at tho "But tell me some more about it. people in every industry, enforced Hannah, as if that were a matter of door." The basket was thero, but idleness to workingmen, and caused course. But in less than an hour no What is there to object to?" fruit It had all vanished. Perdestitution to an extent never- equal- tho telegram came, and Hannah was hapsMrs. Merrlam almost Hoped "Everything about the blamed bill. ed before in the history of the counchild had come peremptorily summoned away to seo the wizened-faceIt is-- a miserable makeshift, framed try. the injured man, who was worse. back and found it. by Southern Bourbons to make the She promised faithfully to come "They were kind to leave the basIt is not surprising that thousands enterprising and indrustrious men of as soon as ho was better, and ket," Mr. Merrlam laughed, when of voters are turning away from such back the North support the government, Mrs. Merrlam had no alternative he saw it. southern a party. Contrast the condition of for the present but to pick up Hanand let the "Oh, Howard, if Hanpah comes nah's unfinished duties as best she bock, I never will find fault with her aristocracy go scot free. There are this country at this time with its concould and carry them on. again, I'm sure she does a thou65,000,000 people in the United States dition under Mr. Harrison's Administration and it requires no second Nothing daunted she had been sand times better than I ever could and only about 85,000 of them will and pay any income tax at all only one thought to determine to what party educated in a domestic way she do with so many interruptions, people will turn for relief. A change cleaned up the dishes and began no one to sympathize with her. I in about every 800. And the worst nover realized before tho truth of preparations for dinner. of it is that nearly all of the 85,000 in this District, equal to that made in Rap-raat tho side door. the saying that one half of tho world almost eyery Congressional District are iu the North. They arc trying to "You can just stay there and rap does not know how the other half iu the States of Ohio, New York or make us pay for Appomattox." lives." until you are tired," said Mrs. MerNew Jersey last November, will send rlam to herself, as she stirred tho "No," answered Mr. Morrlanv, Mrs Kidder reflected again. "After a Republican to represent us in the foundation for an apple-sagwho took every situation in life as a pudall, Charlie, the most of the., wealthy next House of Representatives, while ding, of which Howard was very moral ethic, "or that hearts are people live in the North, don't they? less than one half the change made fond, and then thero camo more doors at which someone is constantAnd they would have been here even in one of the New York City Districts, raps, slow and distinct, but low on ly knocking, asking: Whathave'you though there had been no war, more recently, would bring about the tho door, and with an uncertain to give? What havo you to give?' " wouldn't they?" And that Is how Mrs Mcrriasn sound as if a child were knocking. It same result. in touch with her cook.' "Yes, I suppose so," retorted Mr. The present Representative holds was quite too much for the natural Free Press. Kidder, disgusted at her persistence his seat by reason of a plurality and curiosity of a woman. She jerked 'in finding excuses, "but there is a not a majority. Let us present a open the door, spoon in hand, and Symbols In Sealing Wax. feet stronger objection still. The bill re- united front, with the tide in our saw a small object at herchild?" sho "What do you want, A correspondent of the Phlladal-phl- a quires the net earnings of corpora- favor, and earnest work, we can reasked, crossly, for it was tho whito, Inquirer gives a list of the tions to be taxed. That means that deem the old 4th next November. wizened face of a child, with an old shades of wax which are proper for the holder of stock will have to pay shawl folded about her, that sho the various classes of feminine letC. M. Barnrtt, Ch'm'n, his share of it, no matter how small saw there. ters. It Is supposed to bo correct, W. N, Foster, Sec'y. "Please ma'am, mo fayther's ded j (or.it has just been brought over from his holding. Don't you see that The vast facilities of the J. C, Ayer an1 mo mothers sick, an wo ain't England. It is: Red for business taking away part of the profits letters; violet when you wish to forthrough this tax will take away part Co., of Lowell, Mass., enable them to got nothln' in tho houso to cat." "Run away, child, run away, I ward a missive expressive of symplace The Superior of the dividend?" within easy haven't time to bother with b ." pathy; white for wedding notices Mrs. Kidder merely ejaculated, Ayer's Sarsaparilla ' Don't Sho was going to say beggars, but block for condolence, aud red for the reach of the poorest invalid. "Aunt Jane." more frivolous ones. Should you be softened It into "brats." be induced to take a "cheap" substi"Well what about her?" "Thankeo, ma'am," answered tbo engaged you need not hesitate to tute. Always remember that the best with a seal "Why, Charlie, you know the poor is the cheapest. child from the forco of habit, as sho seal your billet-dou-x ruby red, not the commonplace scarturned disconsolately away. soul has no means except the diviNotice Tax Pnyem, Mrs, Morriara went back to tho let that closes the business docudends on the stock left her by uncle The tax payers of the town of stove. The dellcato sago was burned ment. Then the wax seal is supwhen he died and it brings her in Hartford are notified that any and all of the pan, and sho posed to have the power of expressabout $600 a year. It is all that she parties paying their school tax for to the bottom away. ing boforo the letter Is open thecon-ten-ts threw tho mess alhas in the world, and with all that 1894, on or before June i will be "Too bad. Thoro oiuzht to be a that it holds sacred. Blue de--. Pay of 3 per cent. family of children, tool Do you lowed a discount Treasurer, at Bank. stop to the nuisance of those pro- - motes constancy, a dellcato green reCaptf S. K. Cox, mean to say she will have to pay tax fosslonul beggars. If that child" I proaches, commonplace gray merely As the name indicates, Hall's Vegeon that?" she stopped suddenly and looked p friendship, yellow jealousy, brown a startled. 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Any man, woman,boy. or girl can do the work hand Talking lly, without experience. Nothing like (t for money-makiever offered before. Our workers No time wasted In always prosper. learning the business. Wo teach you la a night how to succeed from the Arst hour. You can make a trial without expense to yourself. We start you, furnlsu ererythlug needed to carry on the buii nets successfully, and guarantee you against failure if you but follow our Reader. If simple, plain instructions. you arc In need of ready money, and want to know all about the best paying business before the public, send us youv address, and we will mall you a document giving you all the particulars. PER MONTH In Your Own Locality 1 TRUE A CO., Box 400, Augusta, Mfn. re-ne- 4r broken down from ovtrwork or hoamhold cores Brown's Iron rebuild the sntom.sliU Msb Persons dlUit tiMorui.sidcurMiuUrls. OVlbsgeatia Bitters r- M rV. i r 'V fs .a yT V 13 . 1 ii .1 y , r oj iV". Hartford Republican PUBUSUD EVKRV FRIDAY MOIWINO JO. II. KOUKIlff. Editor anrl Propria tor. Friday, May, 25. 1894. Election, Jiov.O. For Couuty Judge John P. Morton. For Sheriff Cal. P. Keown. For County Clerk D. M. Hocker. For County Attorney B. P. Ncal. For Assessor N. C. Daniel. For Jailer John W. Black. For Surveyor G. S. Fitzhugh. For Coroner G. C. Westerfield. .Republican Ticket. magistrates: Hartford A. S. Aull. Rosine C. L. Woodward. Ctomweli Jont B. Wilson. Fordsville Buford Hartford Hosea Shown. Rosine Thomas Allen. Cromwell R. B. Martin. Fordsville Buford constbulu: For the spccinl benefit and encouragement of our esteemed bachelor citizens we desire to refer to the man arrested in Indiana last week for plu-This enterprising rality of wives. man, who, if we are to judge of his picture in tho dailies, is by no means handsomc,had not less than five wives to his credit and the authorities arc . t'OK JCIH1K COCKT OF AI'I'KALS. lookiug for more. Now, dear aged authorized to announce We are male unmarried friends, you who are Judge B. I. D. Guirv, Of Butler county, as a candidate for bowed down under the load of single the office of Judge of the Court of Ap- cusseducss and are nt rangers to the peals from the Second Appellate Dis- marvelous light and liberty of double trict of Kentucky, subject to the acblessedness does it not seem reasonation of the Republic, n party. ble that if this homely scamp from Democratic Ticket. Injiauy can get tied up five times FOR lOUATY JUDGE. you could manage to tic up as much We are authorized to announce as once? At any rate it is worth oue E. T. Williams more effort. As the Democratic nominee for County Judge of Ohio county. Election, A Correspondent to the Earling-to- n November 6, 1894. Ike gives Brother Glenn a roast The candidacy of Judge B. L' D. ing in tho following lively mauner: The Madisonville Hustler, of the Guffy for a number oi reasons will nth inst., in an editorial on Coxey's force to the Re- .Army has this to sav: "The whole appeal with great publicans of Ohio county ami he Coxey crowd, from Washington City should, as he without doubt will, re- to the wild West, may be searched, and it is exceedingly doubtful if thcr-i- n ceive the county's vote in tho nomicould be found a Democrat, a pronating convention hibitionist, a negro, a confederate soldier, or a professed Christian, of According to announcement made any denomination. That motltv ageomo weeks ago the Fordsville Star gregation of nondescripts is made up of Republicans, Populists, Anatchists, came out on the 16th inst., and it i Socialists and fellows generally who its would not do an honest day's work a bright newsy little sheet. May pages ever be as interesting ai those at any price," Xot since the days of the Rebellion of its first issue and its subscription has a newspaper, of any respectability whole-soulelist grow to bo as long as its whatever, dated to thrust such a malicious and treasonable insult at the editor. Republican Party. Why is it that the editor of a Democratic local paper.one Tni:MuMcnberger says: third oi whose' renders are RepubliThe Todd Couuty Progress fairly cans, would condescend to tell such Every page hugged itself last week. an unpardonable and unforgiving lie? was crowded with ads. An "ad" in No one but an ignoramus, a demaThe Progress is said to be a regular gogue, or a blatherskite ot the lowest rabbit's foot for the man who inserts down, insignificant, pusillanimous has it and the foreman in that office club and diabolical type would give utteroff with a to fight advertisers ance to such a baseless, senseless like the rest of us fellows do collec- falsehood. tors. The Hwllcrt however, is rather to last Saturday night in to be pitied than blamed for, Snow fell the eastern and central part of the although it is edited by a man who Stato to tho depth, in some places, of through some hallucination of the ten inches. The unusual occurrence voting population of old Hopkins is is supposed to have beeu caused by School Superintendent and is pome the crystalizatiou of tho tears shed by times by strangers accused of having those lovers of the horse who found sense, yet his reputation, such as it is, rests almost wholly upon his acthe times too hard to attend the Kenknowledged ability to say mean things, tucky Derby. however, vicious and misleading and When Senator Aldrich said that the above is but a case in point, there would be about 300 amendments , of tho Ilnrtfimt HiiptlM to the Wilson Bill offered in theSeu-ate- ltrsoliUloiiH Muxlity Nolioiil. Senator Turpie arose between Whereas, It has been the will of our drinks long enough to say the Rhode Heavenly Father in His mysterious Island Senaior had lied. The truth providence to call from the walks oi is that there have been already 400 life to a home above, our friend and amendments offered. It would seem Sabbath School worker, Mr. A. B. to bo in order now for the Indiana Crabtrce, who on May 15, 1894, was hW forBe it suddenly called to his reward. man to publicly swallow Resolved, That our Sabbath School mer whisky soaked effusions. has lost oue of its inost'taitliful and To steal the butter from a blind efficient members and as we meditate mau's bread to plant a grave yard on his untimely death, we are indeed in water melons to avoid the thieves made to realize that death is no reand take a newspaper on credit and specter of person. Resolved, That in his short life we then mark it "refused" may be mean and even disreputable, but the man find much to emulate, and commend who holds down the job of coming to his pious life as an example to those to a Prohibition county to collect a who succeed him. Rrsolvcd, That we deeply lament bill for a wholesale whisky firm off of is just a his sad death and lender to the bea defunct negro blind tiger family in their excessive little too far down to be reached by reaved English now at our dis- grief our deepest sympathy. the King's Resolved, That a copy of these resposal. olutions bespread upon the minutes School, and that a of our When tho few cool days camotwo copy be Sabbath to each ofourcoun-t- y furnished or three weeks age some smart editor papers for publication and a copy started the idea on the rounds that it a token that in view be sent to his family as was blackberry winter. But we cherish the memory of their son oftheiccent cold wavo his statement and brother. seems to have gone tho way of many Done by order of the Sabbatli other thiugs printed in newspapers. School, May 20, 2S91. It is but fair to presume that tho unM.vrTii:SANri:iu'ifn Lucy uavis, vcom fortunate editor in question from last Silas Gkh'i'ix. Friday evening until Tuesday was over-coa- t wrapped in his Htl;tllll(r. from the ofiico The ordinance of baptism will be and never strayed stove save long enough to dodge the admiuisteied to several candidates in uukillable and utificcahlc bill col- the river just below the bridge FriThe day, May 25, at 5 o'clock p. in lector. hour will be announced by the ringEven tho Democrats themselves ing of the bell of the Baptist to atare growing tired of the country's Church. The public invited S Colhman, Pastor. J. mismanagement of foreign affairs by tend. ICE BY county id tho Ohio County Medical Society. It is composed oi tho lead ing lights of tho profession, who or igiaalcdaud for several years lmvo held up tho organization ngamst many obstacles. There seems, however, two bo to principal causes which work to tho dctrement of tho great success possible to bo achieved by such a body. The first, mid perhaps the most potent cnuso is tho seeming lack of interest in tho matter on tho part of those members of tho pro fed sion who most need tho training that uctivo participation in the exercises would insure them. The other drawback lies in tho failure of tho people to justly appreciate tho amount of good which will indirectly flow to them the successful workings through of the society. But the earnest and able men who have maintaindd the organization should not become dis couraged, rather let them make renewed efforts to interest their brethren of the profession in the worknud thus ultimately achievo the standard of excellence they have so faithful iy labored to establish. HARTFORD COLLEGE song evangelist, Mr Prathcr, have Pa-du- cah just closed a revival meeting at CIRCUIT COURT. A Just Closing a Most Success- - iui Yoar's work Annual Coinmoncemout Ex orrises Next week. FOR SALE TMCY & SON. d Next week will witness the Fourteenth Annual Commencement Exercises of Hartford Collegeand Business Institute. t since its auspicious beginning in September 1880 has the school had such a successful year as, has been the one just closing. Dr. Alexander has surrouuded himself with talented young men and women who take great pride in their profession and the result is fouud in the excellent work done during the year. There seems to be a healthier interest on the part of both teachers and students than ever before and the people of the town in the meantime have been more fully aroused to the true worth and merit of the institution. The Collegiate Department has been presided over during the year by Dr. Alexander himself assisted by Professors Win. Foster and O. M. Shultz. The Intermediate Department has been in charge of Miss Sallie Coleman; while Miss Katie Coombes has presided over the Primary Department. As for Dr. Wayland Alexander it is merely a repetition of what everybody knows and has said to say that he is one of the leading educators of the State. Hartford is very fortunate in being able to command talent of such high character. His two assistants in the Collegiate Department are among the very ablest and most deserving young men in e the country. They are both and are typical examples of Kentucky manhood, lofty character and marked ability. Misses Coleman and Cooinbes who have charge of the Intermediate and Primary departments, are unexcelled in their spheres. They seem to know precisely how to engage the young mind in wholesome study and thus develop it into higher attainments and greater strength. They are hard workers and next week's exercises will only be one of the many evidences of their capability to lay the foundations of a liberal education broad and deep in the students under their care. A notice of the College and its effi- cieut corps of teachers would be in-- 1 complete without rccogniziug the brilliant work of that great lover of music, Miss Maggie Nail. She has had charge of Music and the fine work of her students is sufficient evidence of the marked success she has achieved. Besides the class examinations and program formerly published will be the following: Wednesday evening.Address to the Societies of the College Judge I. P. Little, of Owensboro. Thursday evening May 31. Oratorical Contest. Speakers Miss Lu-l- a Johnson, Hartford; Harvey Pruden, Owensboro; J. R. McAfee, Elkton; J. L. Brown, Rockport. Friday evening. Tune 1. Com mencemeut. H. H, Montgomery Salutatory, Elizabetown, Conferring Degrees by Dr. J, E. Pendleton. Miss Ella Cox Valedictory, Hartford. self-mad- I Notice. The Methodist Episcopal Church of Hayti will hold Children's Day the third Sunday in June. Everybody is invited to be with us on the occasion. The colored Baptist Sunday School, of Hartford, is invited to be with us and also the Beaver Dam and Hall's Creek Schools and let us have a grand and glorious time. Rev. W. M. Johnson, Pastor. Committee on Children's Day: Saiah Ruckcr, Idella Johnson, Celestine Chinn. G. W. Naix, Supt. Decoration liny On Wednesday, May 30 1894, at 7 a. m, the Hickory Ridge Cornet Band will leave Hartford from the Court House for Shinkle Chapel Church. Escort of comrades in charge of Post flag and flowers will fall in procession. All the friends of this good cause are respectfully invited. Ladies wishing to send flowers, will send them to Dan F. Tracy's store early Wednesday morning where they will be taken in chaige by committee. There are ninety-sisoldiers' graves in our Post District, which will be decorated with flowers and flags by the committee appointed in different localities. A programme of the day is out and a good time is anticipated. Com. G. A. R. x Church Note. Children's Day services will be conducted nt No Creek M. 15, Church on the second Sunday in June and a very pleasant time for the little folks is anticipated. Ou the first Sunday in June which is the 3d day of the month, Washington M. U. Church will be dedicated. Rev D, F. Keir, Presiding Flder, will preach the dedicatory sermon and will he assisted in the exercises by Rev. J. B. Ferryman and the former pastors, all of whom are re'juesttdto attend. All who feel an interest in the cause of Christ are cordially invited to bring dinner and remain on the grounds the whole day. at Horse Branch On Revs Jeffrey, Foreman, Martin and Ftlix will begin a meeting and con tinueovcr Tuesday. AHare invitedto attend, Rev. D. F Kerr, Presiding Elder of the Green River District Conference, M B. Church, will beat Beaver Dam to superintend the raisidg of a tent pieparatory to beginning a protracted meeting on May 31st. The ) tent is large, commodious and sufficient to accommodate three thousand persons. Rev. Kerr and the popular to-da- Circuit Court convene! Monday tor a two weeks sitting. Judge W. T. Owen, Commonwealths Attorney, J ttdwin ttowe mid County Attorney F I, Nc!i. the Clerks. Sheriff nnd Deputies mid Tnilcr all pteeul. Tlic ( raid Jury is composed of the following named: Ben Graves, Henry Black, A. C. Ellis, D. M. Hocker, Jo T.Funk.Thos. Her, Stephen Rowan, Ja. Ashby, A. H. Ross. David Duke, T. 11. Allen Gentry A. H.Ross, foreman. The Petit Jury is made up as follows: G. W. Towers, Reuben Bennett, George Baltzell, J.J. Bozarth, I H. M. Westerfield, John Leach, l Robertson, Alex Carson, A. Hoover, Joe R. Shultz, Sim Galloway, Win. Keemster, Weaver Hocker, H. B. Taylor, David Gentry, James Paxton, Horace Hocker, Moses Hudson, Steve Lee, C. B. B. Felix, John Addington, J. C. Bennett, David Igleheart, John S. Bennett. Commonwealth vs. John Awtry, carrying concealed deadly weapons acquitted. Commonwealth vs. Frank Fieldeuf Geo. Poole nnd Felix Poole, kukluxing confessed judgment and fined $50 each. Commonwealth vs J, C. Hall, unlawfully selling liquor acquitted. HKAVKR IIA.H. Commonwealth vs. Same for same Rev. Casebier filled his regular appointment here Sunday and Sunday, offense dismissed. Commonwealth vs. R. T. Taylor, night, but owing to the inclemency unlawfully selling liquor fined $100. of the weather only a small audience Commonwealth vs. Granville Wilwas present. The play entitled "Danger Signal" liams, disturbing religious worship-acquit- ted. rendered by the Rockport Theatrical The other cases on second day's Club, for the benefit of the Presbytewr either continued or rian Church, was highly enjoyed by docket dismissed with. leave to reinstate all who were present. Com'tli vs. U Carter, for violation The Farce, "Too Much oi a Good Thing," was quite a laughabie spec- cf liquor law fined $ loo, to be paid in hard labor. tacle. Com'th Shank Brookins acquitted. Mr. K. J. McKenucy is in the J. R. Pyk vs. W. T. McCorklc city. Mrs. J. H Nave ripent Thursday in judgment for plaintiff. The following cases were dismiss the country, the guest ot her sister, dip settled: A. O Bridges vs. Horace Mrs. Cecil. Pendleton, John Romhilt vs. F, L. Mrs. John Bir is on the sick list. A fishing party consisting of Messrs. Roue, J. S Coleman vs. W. C. Knott, C. W. Parrott and A. P. Barnard, of et. ah, Xadorf Brewing Co. vs. M. II. Louisville; Mr. J. W. Bishop, of Collins, W. C. nnd S. M Nones vj. Owensboro; J. P. McKcnuey, Davage Cattebier & Burton judgment for Taylor, John Hudson, Fred Taylor, defendant anil sale, A. J. Smith vs. Tom Parrott and Clus. M. Taylor Robt, Smith judgment dismissing started Monday afternoon for a week's plaintiff's petition, II. A. Miller vs. fishing near Rochester, taking with J. M. Hlliott, et al judgment for deed, R. S. Ilornhrook et nl vs G. them a good cook anrtaucxtrat-ervinfiled and and plenty of necessary nt tides. Mr. W. Powers agreement J. II. Nave went down Wednesday judgment in accordance therewith. Fifteen indictments returned by the and will spend a few days with them. Grand Jury to yesterday at noon. We wish them a jolly time. Com'th vs. Walk Kahn, fined $100 The election was held Saturday last, pursuant to the order obtained and sentenced to hard labor. Commonwealth vs. James Hines, from court tfTew weeks ago. A majorWash Duncan, Ed Tilford, Ben ity of four in favor of the was the record when the polls Adams, John White, John Oliver were closed at 4 o'clock p. in, A deal continued Commonwealth vs. L. S. Maiden, of dissatisfaction is prevalent, but what will be done has not yet for carrying concealed a deadly just been determined. One thing, how- weapon fined $100, and thirty days ever, is certain the shcool fa not cne in jail. Commonwealth vs. Win. Dchart, the wane and our more progressive citizens will see to it that the educa- unlawfully selling liquor fined $100. Commonwealth vs. Xadorf Brewing tional cause does not suffer ou the filing on the part of Company, for unlawfully account of this mistake those who are yet quite blind to their liquor fined $250. Commonwealth vs. Win. Foreman own interests with the strik- etal, Levi Allen, Ead Allen, C, O. Anticipated trouble ing miners caused the detention of & S. W. railroad all continued. the locai freight here over night, WedA ThreuK'iU'il t'prMtitr. nesday night. The railroadcompany McIIi:nky, Ky., May 23 Through refused to give transportation to some false report circulated late last strikers who wished to go to Central night, some excitement was aroused City to compel miners there to stop early this morning among the miners work and the strikers in retaliation of Hamilton, William's Mine, and threatened to derail the train. here. It had been reported that some SCHOOL NnTKS. of the miners here would undertake School is drawing to a close. The to resume work This caused piesent term expires Friday, June 1. about 75 or 100 men to congregate The pupils have worked faithfully and around the entrance to the mine this well and the closing exercises promise morning, beginning as eaily as 4 to be interesting. o'clock a. in. About 6 o'clock a short a program of speech was delivered night Thursday by the bank miscellaneous exercises will be pre- boss and by the superintendent of the sented chiefly by the little folks oi juines assuring the men that they the school. had no intention of taking out any Friday night the R. E. G s will coal more than was necessary to entertain. Their program consists oi supply the locomotives. As the Cenreminiscences of a two years' sojourn tral Coal Company, at Central City, Attyb. in Italy. were trying to secure this contract by keeping an abundant supply of In auothcr column we publish the announcement of Mr. E. T. Williams coal on hand, it became necessary to run engine coal here in order to hold as the Democratic nominee for County Judge, subject to the will of the the contract. Several men front this and adjoining mines boarded a freight people at the election, Tuesday, Notrain in the evening and went to Cenvember 6th. Mr. Williams is a man tral City to consult with the miners of high character and is well qualified and operators there in regard to a to discharge the duties of thcofliccfor total suspension. Everything passed which his party bus nominated him, off quietly here and it is heped there uomiua-HoDuriug his canvass for the will be no violence used at the Cenhe developed running qualities tral City mines. A delegation from that render him a very formidable Hillside, Powderly and Bevicr aie opponent. expected to join men from 1 Bos-well, one-thirtwo-thirdanti-taxpay- ers to-dan in which there were ninety-thre- e conversions. The Kentucky Conference of the M. E Churchconvenesat TrinityChurch at Louisville on September 12. The Green River District Confer-euc- e ot the M. E. Church convenes at Earlington, Ky., June 28th and continues over July 1. There, is already considerable interest manifested in the coming revival at the Methodist Church, which comnight week, mences on June 2d. An able choir has beeu organized and trained to make the music lor the meeting. Rev. James W. Bingham, who will assist Rev, E. E. Pate isan ablepreacherand it is hoped much good may be done. The General Conference of the M. E. Church South in session at Memphis manifested a disposition to somewhat revolutionize some ot the plans of the church work. Among other things it is proposed to take away from the Quarterly Conference the right to license preachers and to give that right to the District Conference, taking also from the churches the right to recommend candidates for the ministry and giving that right to the QuartelJ Conference. A poll of the delegates at the General Conference ot the M. E. Church South, in session at Memphis showed s d against for and organic union with the M. E, Church. Bishop Duncan holds the Louisville Conference of the M. E. Church South at Owensboro beginning September 27. Pull Docket For tlio Short Torm with Only a Po w Cases of Much Im- A GREAT WONDER! ! portance. Wmm -- ENTERPRISE, f AFFAIItH ATT1IE COCTKT ItOt'NK. A NEW FOUNDRY" ' "MACHINE SHOP. Wo nro now prepared to do all kinds V of resting, Kepuir Machinery and Boilers, Fix Threshing and Mo.viug Machines, Reapers, Binders, etc.; also Gum and Ham- mer Mill 0aws,6riii(l Chilled Plow Points, Repair Pumps, make Engines, and everything needed for any kind of machinery. Work done with promptness, and satAlso all kinds of isfaction guaranteed. Pipe Fixtures and Belting kept in stack. Soliciting a liberal patronage, we are Very respectfully, yours, wm'fiw .- -J MACHINE MB! MflH I 1 MoHenry, KLy. (IMCOItrORATKI); m P J. S. Smith, IWt. Of Ilaitford College and Business Institute, under the management of of Miss Sallie May Coleman, will entertain in College Hall Wednesday afternoon, May 30, '94, at 2 o'clock. I'korkammk: Welcome Friends: Conic Unto Me Divid Miller; Miss Polly Rose Tillic girl, 2 boys; The Drum May; Kcho Liz2 boys; By the Spring, waltz zie Sanderfur; If I Were a Grown Up Ditzler Ralph; That Funny Girl Perdie Cisebicr; How the Story Grew 6 little girls; Rival Speakers Ira Bean and Sam Cox; Chinese Song; Peculiar Neighbor I.izie Miller; It is Ndt Always May UzIe Stevens; Happy Gypsy Girls; The Fairest Iuid- I.illie Burton; Phil's Complaint Walter Pate; We Will Plant Going to a Ntw Him Home 4 boys, 2 girls; Two Deaf Aunts 2 Kills boy;On!y a Bluebell; Animals Marvin Pate; Iidies on Broadway Bessie Fair; Interrupted girl; Wishes and boy, Speech Wishes; Train to Mauro 1 girl, 2 boys; John and Priscilla Rouda Miller; We Shall All be Angels By and By; Maidenhood Lizzie Sanderfur; Quiet Summer Resort Kid red Pate; Bunch oi Flowers S girls; I Was On It; From Dawn Fast 3 girls, 2 boys; Frog Hollow Debating Society; Rainbow Jubilee, 1 1 1 D. S. Duncan, Scc'y ATreas. IiitrniirUluIr QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE Beaver Dam DEPOSIT BUNK At tho Close of Business on 23d day of Decora bor, 1893. . KKSOURCES. Loans and Discounts, lew loans to Directors . . J54.127.50 Loans to Directors (officers not included . 600.00 Overdrafts, secured , . . 1,413,00 Overdrafts, unsecured . . 568.48 Due front National Banks 15,759.11 Due irom State banks and Hankers 108.00 Hanking house ami lot . . 3,000.00 ... Slic Currency 1,398.97 Other items carried nscash Furniture and Fixtures . . Taxes paid Curtent expenses 5,017.00 50.00 1,500.00 .... . . . i14.0e 1,768.56 585,44367 Surplus tund Undivided profits Due Depositors LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in, incashjas.ooo 00 5,250.00 . 6,312.33 48,830.36 DucSt'tebanks&St'tcb'k'rs 50.98 $85,443.67 ' Ill response to a very Ilnrlforil lollrnr IiMllrlcri. pressing in- vitation given by Dr. Alexander, Piesideut of Hartford College, the Grand Jury was procnt nt the Hattlord College on the morning of the 24th inst. Alter singing by the choir, which was delightful, the Doctor read the Stlt Chapter of Provcibs and commented upon it. His lecture was not only interesting but full oi rich gems of thought, well adapted to elevate and the minds of his hearers, The jury were not only royall entertained, but delighted to know that so many of the made. youths of this country were being so Subscrilxd and sworn to before me well instructed in the ways ofwisdom. by John II. Dames, the 30th day of Surely if they will heed the Doctor's December, 1893. Shkmiy Taylor, Dep. County Court Clerk. admonitions they will be men and I. P. Barnard, President. women of high aspirations and will R. P. Hockhr, Director. lead noble and pure lives. We are Jno. II. Barnks, profoundly thankful to the Doctor and the students of the College for KOSTUQClSTtTX. uetneriuTT. the very able and courteous manner in which they entertained us. Re rpect fully, A. II. Ross, Foreman. d, m John II. Hames, Cashier of Beaver Dam Deposit Bank, n bank located and doing busines in the town of Beaver Dam, in said county.being duly sworn, says that the foregoing report is in all respects a true statement of the condition of the said bank at the close 01 business on the 23d day oi December, 1893, to the best of his knowledge and belief; and further says that the business of said bank has been transacted at the location nam-eand not elsewhere; nnd that the above report is made in compliance with an official notice received from the Secretary of State, designating the 23d day of December, 1893, ns the day on which such report shall be J Statu ov Kuntl'ckv, County op Ohio. ) V WORMS FOR 20 YEARS HCHAKMOU 1DIC1KS CO.. The Ohio Couuty Sunday School Convention uieetsat Rockport on June 8th, 9th and 10th. A large representation from the various Sunday Schools of the couuty and a most pleasant time may be anticipated. I WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE Has led all Worm RemedlM, Frtpwe hf wrym EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. BOT.D EVERYWHERE. ,p IT, JOCM. J. 1.. I'lirNOII, A N V.N.Carson. J. L. Carson & Son, D the this -- Ayer's Pills THE BEST jdde oi the river nt or near Central City. The Manufacturing and Machine Jomp'ny here is pr paring several mould- - t run offa casting next S. 1). Mr 3f. Bymon Careful Estimates made on all pentering and Building. Terms sonable. Haitiotd, Ky. Carrea- Baltimore, Md. Sat-tiuhi- y. Family Medicine CURB Sick Headachy Administho present s tration, On this question tho makes tho Times Democrat following pointed remarks: of But this perpetual backing-dowthe United States Government, 01 scuttling out of one foreign position after another, is not much calculated to increase the already poor opinion that alien nationalities, have of us. A nation is never respected that does not infuse some vigor into its foreign policy; and our foreicn polity under the present Administration isaboutas flabby and limp as it could well be. back-bonele- s New-Orleann Wml l ItM'UMW. Tuesday's Messenger says: Ray O' Flaherty and Miss FJoience Dorsey went to Rockport yesterday and were married. Mr. O'Flaherty is a clerk in Bugan's grocery and his bride is a daughter of Mr. B. F. Dorsey. Both well known young people. mffllh VVfc'iYflnS ll('ntf CONSTIPATION, Dyspepsia, Liver Trouble. Eaiy to Take. Purely Vegetahle. Bottles of The Republicans 01 the Cronuw 1 Bring Back New Life. voting precinct are called to meet at C. I. Hood A Co., Lowell, Mmi.i Dear Bin t Before tiling Ilood'i Bartapft-rtllCooper school house (No 25) on Sat-ui- d iras frequenUy tick and did not know y night, June 2, for the puip se what Iwas the matter with me. One day 1 would of effect ug a permanent organization feel io tired I could hardly itand, the next I and eo on, not and transacting such other business would have a severe headache knowing what the next der would bring forth. I did not have any appettt and as may be necessary. A full attendWas Greatly Run Down. ance is earnestly requested. Respect- I tried a good many medicines but they did ae S. L. Stkvkns, great deal about fully, so good. Having heard n ood's BareaparilU I decided to try ft bottle. I Committeeman. U Nlcnm ll'mt t'otnfilff. Sever d cf our merchants have received bills of lading from wholesale merchants at Evansville, stating that their goods had been shipped by Steamer Stoneware." We will probably hear the whistle of our regular packet and first boat in the morning sra glad to say I soon felt better. Z have now used six bottles and feel as well as ever. It has been of great benefit tome a X hart regained ciy appetite and Now Knjoy Good Hoalth I can strongly recommend Hood's Bariaparilla M. Btmoms, at n excellent blood medicine."Maryland. Baltimore, Aliqultli Street, Oittniwll Itt'pniriciin That Tired Fellng -- vera Hcadachea, No Appetite Hood's Sareaparllla . Run Down EJH"sVsWsm I OltTAIN A PATENT T For opinion, wrtU to "J1 M U N N V"?' wbo uTe htd newly Shy rurt & CO.. n2 experience la the patent bnalneu. Commnnloe tlonaitrlctlroonndentljO. A Handbook of In. formation oonoornm Potent udliow to ob tain them lent free. Alio a catalogue oi mechaa " leal and Monti no booU eent freer Patent taken tbroqgh llunn ft Op. Teeetro thai are broniht widely before tbo pabHowltS. CAJV COPYRIGHTS. fin! ',! n sued wfjeklr, elenantiynlnjtrafeJfna bjfvtKi r. fvr The delicate K iuar-coatln- lor Ken I. A good brick stoic house in HartApply ford, Ky. Will rent cheap. to J. W. Ford or T. J. Smith. 43 4t fromcarooroverwoiUwIi: be relieved by taiiias Hitters ceimlne Brown'nut) crowd red Hues ou wrapper. L&i trndo narU And those troubled iMtli ncrroiwnws g ot Ayer's One of the most useful and most worthy, yet withal one of tho moat sadly neglected organizations in the Xruvatatc J'n-sou- tciuIUm Tills dissolves Immediately on reaching tho atomach, and permits tho lull strength of each Ingredient to be speedily assimilated. As a cathartic, either for travelers .or as a family medicine, Ayr JHU$ are the belt In the world, Oo., Lowell, Has Prepared by Dr. J. 0. Hood'sCures Hood's Pills ct MUy yet promptly mlenUy,ontheTrft4bowi. ftrvj nabeau-tlful ntatea. In eofon. uui hoiuea. with Diana, enabiinif AU&H latett dVilime and eonra onntraMa. MUN CO.. IfKW Yotuc, UK 1 fiHOAUWAT. Creditor's Notice. All persons having claims against the estate of Nathan Bennett, dcceas ed, will present the same to me properly proven for payment before August i, 1894, or they will be forever Wood TiNStSY, Adm. barred. Hartford, Ky., May 8, 1894, 3t aineH I ijtt Iron Every Do Effective ha ftftl f . , j "Ltii it ' THE REPEAL Of all the laws in 'the land would not make you refuse a gift fw W " Cascblcr & Leave your horse with Burton, fflggest Hub of Millinery nt Fair 1 K w Ja Call on Tracy & Son. Sec Tracy & Son's Green Coffee. GRIME'S CARNIVAL. Dros, & Co, Try a pair of I'ricsmcycr't) Slippers Orion & Co. arc still in the lead. A Big week lor Dovllmont, More or Loss DiaRepairs for the Oliver Chilled Plows at Tracy & Son's. Call'for Chrystal Pearl Baking ders at Tracy & Son's. 43tf Pow- bolical. HOCKER & CO Desire to call attention to the specialties in New Dress GOODS. at Fair Ilroa & Co. Call on Cisebicr & Burton for rigs, A Of ' a Little And the way in which Fair Bros. & Co. are showing people how they can save the odd dollar saddle horses, etc, Casebier & "Burton will gladly fill nil orders lelt with them. . Jackson Corset waist for Ladles and Misses nt Fair Bros. & Co. Post - off Ico Robbery Haytl War And a Rapo Case. The sure path to economy through Carson & Co. is Post-offic- n !' v MONEY . Mrs. Geo. B. Thompson is very sick nt her home in Horton. J. . Br.. ts t From Their X- SALARIES ., Is cvuivalent to making such a gift. earned. The application of this rule in Washington A dollar .saved is a dollar Would Make We handle the "Old Kentucky Sor Elegant line of Ribbons, Fans, etc. ghum." At Tracy & Son's. Commencement at Fair Bros. & Co. Attorney B. D. Ringo returned Parasols, Kid Gloves, Silk Mitts, from Elizabethtown yesterday. all in latest novelties at Fair Bros. & For the best varieties of seed late Co. potatoes call on Carson & Co. Ice Cream served in any style durEverybody says that Carson & Co. ing Commencement week at Stevens have the milliner for the town. Hardwlck's. & Mrs. Jennie McHcnry is visiting The Hartford Commercial Club at Masonic Hall and a relatives and friends in Owensboro. meets full attendance is earnestly desired. Messrs. T. J. Morton and J. C. Fair Bros. & Co. sell more Millin- Miller were at Owensboro this week, ery than any house in Hartford. Gent's fine underwear the finest Their motto Cheapness combined in the city is to be found at Carson with style. & Co's. Stevens & I lard wick will have on We are headquarters for Bacon and hand next week Ice Cream, Ice Cream Lard. Call on Tracy & Son for the Soda and Soda Water. Call around same. and be refreshed. Carson & Co. are to supply all of Jurymen are especially invited to you with a nice fan for Commencevisit Fair Bros. & Co., and inspect ment. the best selected stock of Dry Goods Messrs, J. B. Howard and B. F. in Ohio county. Wallace, Fordsville, were in town If you want some nice photographs yesterday, go to Kennedy's gallery within the Carson & Co. sell the clothing and next 10 days. He will leave as soon sell it cheap. See their line before as school is closed. buying. Hon. T. S. Pettit, of Owensboro, Master Earl Raley, Louisville, is will deliver the oration at the Masonspending several weeks with his aunt, ic Barbecue June 23. He is one of Mrs. M. L. Heavrin. the finest speakers in the State, and We keep repairs for the Deering all who hear him will enjoy a treat. and Champion Mowing Machines at Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Coleman returnTracy & Son's. ed last week from the Southern BapCapt. S. K. Cox and J. C. Thomas tist Convention at Dallas, Texas. Mrs. Coleman was sick when she re- are attending the Mills meeting in turned But is now greatly improved. Owensboro this week. Now is the time to buy groceries, Stevens & Hardwick's ice cream parlors at their store, on corner op- -' as they are cheaper now than ever posite just across street before at Tracy & Son's. from .Court House, will be open to the Mr. Alfred Battle, of Nashville, public until 12 o'clock every night Tcnn,, will be the guest of Prof. Wm. next week. Foster during Commencement. We arc in receipt of an invitation Marriage licenses: Alonzo Hoover to be present at the closing exercises to Miss Louella Patton; colored, R. of the Centertown School II. Dennett to Miss Sarah Kincheloe. evening. The school has been under Mr. J. P. Barnard, Point Pleasant, the care of Miss Sudie Anderson for and the Messrs. Grundy, Bremen, the past three months and has been called to see us while in town Wednesquite a success. day. Remember that C. R. Martin, the . Street Surveyor May has been enold reliable jeweler, is always ready gaged in making some very marked to sell you watches, clocks, jewelry street near and spectacles at the lowest cash improvements on Market the river. prices. He is prepared to do all kinds Mr. Alonzo Hoover and Miss Louof jewelry and spectacle repairing at ella Patton were married yesterday at short notice. Among the many fellows in town the residence of the bride's father, who were unutterably full, perhaps Mr. J. J. Patton. Post-office, SENATORS And public servants more desirable guardians of the Nation's wel fare. Right here in Hartford we are giving pointers to those lawmakers, who should do more and TALK LESS. Come in and see the immense bargains in Dry Goods, Clothing, Notions, etc., at HARTFORD TEMPLE' OF FASHION, fCKIff, m;w &. ftp 0.. prop's. Ice Cream at Kahn's Old Stand next week. Judge R. R. Wedding1 will deliver an address at Rosine on May 30, Dec-orati- tink tahm:. Day. WKST. effective aiuil8, 1894,4:25 p. ni. every night during the exercises, at No. 5, Mail ii:43a. m. Kahn's Old Stand. No, 7, Don't forget the Ice Cream parlor I.im. Kx EAST. No. 31, (Local) No. 6, Mail No. 8, Lint. Ex No. 32, (Local) 11:25 4.35 p. in. 12:50 p. m. 3:25 a. ni. 5:54 a. in. p.m. For Champion and Deering Mowers, Reapers and Binders, go to Taylor & Co., Beaver Dam, Ky, Mr. E. P. Chinn and Mrs. Sarah E. II. Merrick, Ag't, Beaver Dam. Friday, May 25, 1894. " Utile Mailer who the Hither r what the Prlre Ifb He SOLE THAT MAKES THE When you are purchasing a pair of A poor Shoes, examine the sole. sole will soon cause the "upper'1 to crack and rip. Wc are showing a shoe with an ALL LEATHER sole, no paper imitation, and the fit and prices are correct. If you arc about to invest, call in and examine Our $3 (all leather cole) SHOE. Of couse, we can supply you with the old kind, but you will find an all leather sole wears longest. Ladies and Misses Oxford Ties from 75c to $1.75. j men a ww ui. otiuts uum 91.05 to $2.25. Old. Women's "Solid Comfort," $1. Men's Tan Shoes for $1.60 regular $2. Call and see us when you need Footwear, We will save you money. SHOE. Mason were married at the bride's store on Market street. The improvehome in Echols on the 15th inst. ment is very marked and the example Mr. W. T. Hunter has purchased of neatness set by Hartford drugstores the interest of H, Hoover in hia as a class could be well imitated by blacksmith shop and will continue other business houses. Messrs. G. the business. C. Westerfield & Son did the work The proposition to vote a tax on for Messrs. Williams & Bell. the Beaver Dam School District was Sheriff Stevens received a telegram defeated in the election last Saturday Friday stating that Moncie Porter, by 4 majority. rape charged with F the fullest was Dan Kessinger, who Carson & Co, will have a new line late in the evening was conveyed to of organdies and dotted Swisses in a thejailina wheelbarrow and locked few days. Call and see them. They up. Tuesday morning he was brought are sure to please-youout and fined $2 50 and costs in the There may not be much change in Police Court. the tariff bill, but you can get a good Mr. A.R.Renfrow.Sulphur Springs, bit of change out ol every dollar you who has spent the last ten months in spend with Carson & Co. school at Ada, Ohio, arrived at home For comfort appearance in the eyes on last Saturday. He reports a fine of others, and the fit of your Dress the school and a pleasaut time. He is Jackson Corset waist has no. equal. one of the county's best young men, Sold only by Fair Bros. & Co. and it is hoped he will enter again Mrs. R. A. Miller acd children, of the teachers' profession. Owensboro, and Mrs. E. E. Pate, of Messrs. Williams & Bell have just Hartford, were the guests of Mrs. W. finished repainting their elegant drug- S. Thomas last week. Hawesville . Last Friday night the Hartford e was entered, the safeforccd open and about $100 stolen. A hole was drilled in the safe door, the lock forced in, nnd when once the main door was open the thief or thieves had but little trouble in making way into the various money drawers. The parties must have been experts for everything seemed to have been done In a very systematic manner. When Post-mastGriffin went down to open the office Saturday morning he found the floor strewn with postage stamps, money orders and other valuables, which the thief could not well appropriate without detection, A sledge hammer, brace and other tools were found in the office and it was later learned that Williams Bros, blacksmith shop had been broken into and these articles stolen. No clew whatever was left, so that apprehension of the criminals seems impossible. Hay ti is a great believer in a copious use of printer's ink it seems, and every few weeks something or other somehow turns up that makes a copious application of that article seem absolutely necessary. The latest morquill-drivsels given to the is a wild West exhibition of wholesale riot and .evelry last Saturday night. The occasion was the, festival given for the benefit of the Hay-t- i Cornet Band. A large supply of double-geare- d tanglefoot seems to have gotten mixed up with several of the bucks, and it was not long in producing results. There were various quarrels, rows and mutterings through a considerable time in which several darkies played leading parts, but finally the opposing elements found representation in Frank Collins and Walk Kahn, who were of course each supplied with "a gun." It is said Frank fired first but at any rate the scene soon put on a lurid hue as the two big fellows emptied their at each other at short range. Six shots were fired, three on each side, but Walk carried off the honors for markmanship, and Frank carried off the lead. The former was unhurt but the latter was shot through the shoulder and arm and through the thighs and may not recover. Kahn gave himself up Monday. A burglar while blowing open the safe in C. C. Montague's store at Delaware last Wednesday morning set fire to the house which was totally destroyed. Loss $12,000; insurance Mr. many Montague's $4,000. friends in this county where he was born aud reared will learn with regret of his great misfortune. It is reported that Pate Baize on last Friday attempted rape on Mrs. Fred Young, living near Warren's Mill in Butler county. The woman however by her cries attracted the attention of some parties who weie passing near and the scoundrel fled. He returned however on Sunday and again finding the woman alone accomplished his purpose. He has not been seen or heard of since and it is supposed he has left the country. If he is captured there is but one proper remedy and that is to let the husband shoot him. news-hungry er rs MILLIHEBY. i CLITIC. 'i These are especially adapted to the summer trade and we have the prices that will tell. We mean what we say. A visit to our house will pay, in fact we guarantee satisfaction. Some specialties on the BARGAIN COUNTER. n HOCKER TWO & CO. SOUTHERN SEPARATE SCHOOLS UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT ni uunnwD.srccxci miniMM n n JJUulUDuB BOWLING BOWLING GREEN r wz r wMfjwjj w uiMM Mi wmijrjjWMJJMffy na t vwA - m. 11 KSTAILISHID IN 1076. mm MfHUiii MR Ml C0LLE6E. SOUTHERN NORMAL SCHOOL. English, Teachers, Scientific, and Classic The oreat Rustnes Tralnlnc School ol the South. g, Short-hanCourses. Music, Art, and Elocution provided Telegraphy, and Penmanship. Pupils can enter at for. Low rates ol board and tuition. Send (or catalogue. any time. Send (or catalogue. CHERRY BROS., Propers, Bowling Green, Ky. BfMontion Count dtslred. Addreu GREEK BUSINESS HORSE SENSE IN A .iwdit . . lAllH THE WORLD'S FAIR ft 1 JteMhSui MmmM. l-in- -- i AiteA "LVrrVlMMBUI.WIHBKik into it. Xtitifafflmfr'& I A. If VM 'SomBmitAM Ub bWvi&A r V5 J""j JHLBf m r&lMAr Jr .m . K tBaZ o6.-&rwem u - Tea Z 7Tww,wW4r. m . Committee, who tested the ncConnlck No. 4 Steel flower In tho only regular exposition field trials. In a heavy growth of timothy and clover, said, In their official report : "The efficiency of tho machlno is thus, under fair condition, nearly 70 per cent. Ordinary figures for ordinary mowers are at least twenty pounds higher In total draft, with an efficiency of not aboro 00 iter cent., which latter flguro good machines should be expected to exceed." TheMcCormlckls the lightest draft, and most effective grass cutter yet produced. Iflghest Medal awarded. .:ttlKE ticCormlck Binders, Reapers and Mowers art built by the Mccormick harvesting CO., CHICAGO, and are for sale wherever grain or grass is grown. Z. BUTLER, A&'T, FORDSVILLE. Administrator' Male. Plaindealer. Mrs. Barbour and her two accomplished daughters, Misses Margaret and Carolync, of Louisville, are the guests of Dr. W. Alexander and family. Mr. L. V. Vandiver and Miss Polla A. Cotton, Horton, were married at the residence of Rev. R.F. Romans on the 17th inst. The leading mowers, reapers and binders are the Hi am pi on and the Deering, for sale by Taylor & Co., Beaver Dam, Ky. All kinds of building material, fanning implements, together with the standard brands of wagons, buggies and carts, at Taylor & Co's. Beaver Dam, Ky. W W A tt, ; f!tr. ft Dr. John Veiser, Spring Giove, Union county, and Mr. James Yeiser, Utica, Daviess county, were in town Wednesday and yesterday the guests Prof. II, H. Cherry, of the Bowling of Mr. F. W. Yeiser and family. Green Business College and Southern Elsewhere in this issue will be found Normal School, of Bowling Green, the advertisement of the Bowling was in the county this week looking Green Business College and theSouth-er- n after the interests of his school. He Normal School under charge of is one of the Cherry Bros., the wide the Cherry Bros. These institutions awake educators of Southern Kenare first-clas- s in every respect and tucky and is a most pleasant gentlepersons desiring a business or nor- man. He is now engaged In advermal course would do well to corre- tising the fall term of school and soTHE SHOEIST, spond with these schools. liciting students. He met many of The Commercial Club is in receipt our young men interested iu educaA Notice. Sulphur Springs, Ky.( May 21, of a letter from Mr, D. W. Lock wood, tion who were well pleased with his '94. In regard to the tale that has Major of Engineers U. S, A., located presentation of his school. been started on me in this part of the at Cincinnati, in which he says that Judge B, L. D. GufFy, of Morgan-towcounty, I wish to inform my friends the work of clearing the banks of is announced in this issue of that it is a dirty lie. I have some Rough River will be resumed as soon Tub Republican as a candidate for true friends in Ohio county and ( as the timber .deadened three years Judge of the Court of Apjfcals from I hope that they will still remain ago is dry enough to float out. He the Second Appellate District of Kenfriends. I hope that they will not speaks very encouragingly of the tucky subject to the action of the Relisten to nnv such trash, because It prospects of Rough River navigation publican party. Judge Guffy has was started by some scoundrel and I ' at no distant day, long been recognized as one of the would be glad to meet hitu face to face. ! The season of the year when the leading jurists of the State and a man I hope I will not lose any friends over of rare legal ability. His candidacy this affair. It is some people's pleas farmers need reapers and mowers is meets the approval of his many approaching and we wish to call the ure to send a man down lower than friends throughout the District and hell, and if he cannot face the tale he attention of the people to the fact that we are prepared to give them in this, in case of his nomination may well ought to lay in the woods like a lines, the very strike consternation in the ranks of snake, andjf he can face it, I j would as well as all of our best bargains. We handle the re- the enemy. Judge GufFy's supporters be glad for him to call on me. Yours and Deering I are quite confident that he will re Champion nowned respectfully, , Emmitt Catk, mowers, reapers and binders. Give ceive the nomination and if he does m H. C. Pace is the boss barber of the us a call. Taylor & Co., the prospects of his election are'very 0 flattering. Green River country, Beaver Dam, Ky, Revs. E. E. Pate and G. J. Bean will preach the funeral of the late Caat leb Boswell at Mt. Vernon Church attempted Cromwell last week, was in Owensboro near Sulphur Springs the fourth Sunpreparing to leave for the west.SherifF day in June. Stevens replied authorizing the au Wc acknowledge receipt of nn inthorities to deliver Porter here but in vitation from Taylor Post G. A. R, the meantime he gave them the slip to be present at the Decoration Day and has not been heard from since. 1. who services at Green River Church on Mr. J. R. Herald, of Cromwell, the 30th inst. last week rented the Commercial Those two hustling young men, Hotel fr m Rev. G. J. Bean, came over Monday and took charge of the Messrs. Marvin Bean and Randall house, He is a clever and straight- Collins will open up an elegant ice forward gentleman who deserves and cream parlor in the Kahn old stand, will get the patronage of the people. next week, He Is experienced as a 'hotel man and Among the visiting attorneys at is fully up with the times in making Circuit Court this week have been everything convenient and pleasant Judge L. P, Little and Judge C. W. for his guests. Masssle, of Owensboro, and Mr. Hutchinson, of Henderson, Misses Laura Johnston and Belle Hamilton, Sulphur Springs, nre visiting the family of Rev, J, B. perrymau at the No Creek parsonage and will remain, until nfter the Washington church dedication, on the first Sunday In June. A clock peddler by the name of O'Brien some time ago sold a clock to P. A. Gary, a colore4 school teacher living in I Iayti, and had received n payment of $6 thereon. Wednesday O'Brien went to Gary's house for the balance of his pay but Gary told him he had no money but would get it up yesterday. The peddler said this would not do and left. Early yesterday morning he again went to Gary's house, went in through the window, took the clock and left. Gary swore out a writ, had him arrested, when O'Brien proposed to compromise which he did, the injured party naming the terms. He got his clock back free of further cost and various and sundry other considerations. Huyti is no place for clock peddlers. CnmmJnM Pendleton, The flower laden hand of Hymen is again extended toward Hartford to snatch trom the old town another of her cherished models of beauty and womanhood. On Tuesday, June 5th, Mr. Holmes Cummins, of Memphis, Tenn., and Miss Tula Pendleton, of this place, will be married at the hoine of the bride's father, Dr. J. E. Pendleton. Mr. Cummins is a young man of culture aud lofty character aud has built up a large insurance business over the South, Miss Pendleton is recognized not only at home, but wherever she is known as a young woman of surpassing beauty andaccoraplishments. She is one of the fiuest singers in Western Kentucky, and is possessed of many good qualities that make her eminently worthy to be the wife of the man of her choice. After the ceremony, which will be witnessed by a few invited friends the bridal party will leave for an extensive bridal tour, including Niagara-Falls, New York, Baltimore and Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Cummins will be at home, 216 Rayburu Avenue, Memphis, Tenn., after June 25, IIhmo Bull. The undersigned will oner for sale at public auction, at the late residence of John C. Townsend, deceased, on the 28th day of May 1894, the following personal property belonging to the estate of the said deceased: One mowing machine, one sulky plow, one sulky cultivator, two road wagons, one yoke of oxen, two calves, one "A" harrow, one hay rake, one corn sheller, one oat cutter, one road one cross-cu- t scraper, two saw, one scythe and cradle, etc., etc. Also a lot of household and kitchen furniture. Sale will begin at 10 Terms: Purchases o'clock a. m. amounting to less than $5, cash; $5 aud over on nine month's time. Purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security. This May 17, 1894'. J. S.R. Wedding, Admr. log-chai- QUABTERLY REPORT HK R NO RTFflRIl :ti m f vm At the close of Business on the 23d day of Decern boiyl893. j ! SCHAPMIRE, n, Very little interest has as yet been manifested on the part of the Clubs in this county and it is feared that tac game will not be held up to its usual standard among the local teams." The players here show little or no interest in the game and while there is material here for a fairly average team, yet there is no practice whatever and the club promises to be a iu the local contests unless there is an awakening. Dr. J, II. White has been chosen mauager of the local team, very properly, aud will do all iu his power to build up a strong team. A game has been arranged for tomorrow evening on the home grounds between and Mineral Hartford Springs, tail-eud- RESOURCES. Loans and discounts, less loans to Directors $68,304,80 Loans to Directors (officers not included . . . . 406.00 Loans to Officers 400.00 Overdrafts, secured . . . X1937.3S Overdrafts, unsecured . 437.06 Due from Nat. Banks . . 5,966.74 Due from St'e B'ks& B'k'rs 483.28 Banking house and lot . . 3000.00 , Stocks and Bonds . . 1,341.67 Specie . . . 2,718.78 Currency 2,260.00 Exchanges for Clearings . 2,145,59 Other items carried as cash 1,367.49 m Furniture and Fixtures . . 1,000.00 The Hprlna; Medicine . 145.97 "All run down" from the weaken- Taxes paid . Current expenses . ing effects of warm weather, you need Other assets, debts in suit 1,088.50 698.54 a good tonic and blood purifier like Hood's Sarsaparilla. Do not put off $93,701.77 taking it. Numerous little ailments, LIABILITIES. if neglected, will soon break up the Cap'l stock paid in, in cash $30,000.00 , 7,418.97 system, Take Hood's Sarsaparilla Undivided profits Deposits subjectocheck(on now, to exfel disease and give you which in. Is not paid . 56,069.79 strength and appetite. Due National Banks ... . 81.63 Due State banks and ban 'rs 131.38 are the best famiy caHood's Pills thartic and liver medicine. $93,701.77 sure. State op Kentucky, County of Ohio. J Sam K. Cox, President of Bank of TMffMl need of Hartford, Ky, a Bank located and -t- htage. It la not doing business in the town of Harttho dtic&ctry of ford, in said county, being duly sworn ft medicine that I M ! m will euro all kid-- says that the foregoing Report is in true statement of the noy dUeues, ail respects athe said Bank at the close condition lame, soro or of businessofon the 23d day of Decemaching1 backs; to the best of his knowlthat will euro all ber, 1893, belie! ; and further says that female diaeasea, edge and restoring Ameri-oft- the business of said Bank has been woman transacted at the location named, and not elsewhere; and that the above reShyrtcally to tho port is made in compliance with an lav oirilizatlon aho official notice received from the Sec occupies intellectually, morally and retary of State designating the 23d day of December, 1893, as the day on socially, giving1 tone to her muscles, elasticity to her atep, a glow of health which such report shall be made. to her check and sweetness to her dispoSubscribed and sworn to' before me sition; nor that will purify the blood, by Sam K. Cox the 28th day of Decuring all skin eruptions, acrofulo, rheumatism, dropsy, heart diseases, head- cember, 1893. G.B.Likens, C.0.C.C, Sam K. Cox, President, ache and nervous languor. No, that la not what la needed, for tha$ la already J. J. McHtfNRY, Director, ' ton Tho Medicine has long been disJohn C Thomas, covered. It la Dr. Fennera Kidney and u J. S. Coleman, Backache Cure. But what U wanted Is a wikenal knoultdgt 4 th$ fact. And that is Just why thia article la written If dull, spiritless and stupid; if to ffh noieUdo$ f thtfacU Dr. Tenner knows It will do these things, for ho haa your blood is thick and: sluggish; if aold it for 90 years, money refunded if satisfaction not given. It will not do your appetite is capricious and unceive or disappoint Just expectation. certain. You need a Sarsaparilla, Take a bottle home For best results take De Witt's. It r tec amends itself. L. B. Bean. De Witt's Sarsaparilla is prepared for cleansing the blood from impurities and dfsease. It does this and Far Hale. A good secoud hand cart. Call at more. It builds up and strengthens constitutions impaired by disease It this office or address theREHJBUCAN recommends itself, L. B. Bean ... Harm-lareliabl- c, J 31 B to-da-y. "I had rheumatism so I could hard-lyg- et to my work. I have taken six ForNfilr. bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla with I have lor sale a lot ol fine Corn at ftilpa for Utile flweet Totato In any kind or quantity. Forprices,$c. benefit." Prince W, Carter, McIIenry, my iarm one mile north of Hartford, at nil on or address J, C. Riley. apply to F,E. Nelson, Hartford, Ky. Ky. Get our prices on Job Wok before going elsewhere. l v'.v - rA . ': M i" tv. i .& ; . y tT...VV-''i- kV l J ". rfrf gfgpgjl Wf (1 I y'mwn''1 rs'vcr ? X T- -- " y- -- T i"n- - MMMWMWMfnMfn J ' ' ,i . Wp...,,,.. Hartford Republican Friday, May, A 25. 1894, 83, 82.00 88, $1.75 Owensboro, will deliver a Masonic CAUTION If uvlailar TTf lecture at 1 1 o'clock a. m.; also Capt. WW ABa offer yoa mW. I. DomUu at rdo4 WLTUK IS TUP ftcoST?" TSwa boi ; n dm 1 prtuft, S.E. IIUlnndHon. T.S Pettit are or WHB iTT bbu'w Xr!i..A,'i..A maM aa SL. aa m&ir "aaw owa w vovuibb, tUMMpM to be present and entertain the ,. bT OP n f aim "n alWaSaMi.i aaws Mannii Sunken eyes, a pallid complexion, audience in the afternoon. Every MaVaVaVaVaVaVaVaVaVBVSBBavmVaVaawi I '"..i and disfiguring eruptions, indicate sonic Lodge in the county is invited that there is something wrong within. to attend and join in the procession, ?" JLlJ XLaWa 01MfPTTcftPlfl Bb I lr& I T'alaVal'? Expel the lurking foe to health, by which is expected to be the largest DOUGLAB Shoes are stllth, easy fitting, and give better that ever occutrcd in Hartford. There satisfaction at the prices adtertUed than any other male. Trj one pair and be purifying the blood with Ayer's The stamping of W. L. Douglas name and price on the bottom, which Cures Erysipelas, Eczema, will be a fine barbecue dinner and guarantees their alue sates thotuands of dollars annually to those who wear them. other refreshments to suit the occasion . Dealers who push the sale of V. I- Douglaa Shoes gain customers, which helps to Pimples and Blotches. The proceeds will go to repair the Increase the sales on flielr full line of gooiU. Vhmy mtiur Co li at m ,n trvfli money by huvlii nil n.l we tHllev you run tnotmmr In Halt n Fertlllicr? Masonic Hall. U.ed bslow. Catalogue freo uxou npltoatluu. W. xTThiUUXaS HtliuniuwEar! The use of salt for fertilizing pur4vx?ssss5P wsffiafBR'raviflli J. C. Rix.Rv.Ch'm'n, 1 P. REN PROW. Sulphur SpringB,iKy. poses is still prevailing to some ex swWFi Itl TftVW AL Ctaaffafcaflasai J. A. CARTER, tent, and especially in such agriculIOUIS GUNTHER, J. A. Bennett, Com. tural regions where fertilizers have Cincinnati, Ohio, U. S. A J. C. BflOOKE, Pres. and Cen'l JJgr. j. j. bozarth, only recently been introduced and James Sulm;nger, where the principles of artificial manG. J. Bean, tf sible." OFFICE OF SUPERINTENDENT") uring are ns yet little understood. -- TO SEBlTHE- OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. (J. A. K. llonolnllnn. is true that salt occasionally proIt What makes a house a home? The Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 17, laJIM.) ) Preston Morton Post, No. 4, G. duces upon some crops and upon cer- mother well, the children rosy, the A. R., HARTroRD.Ky. health and good hu- Excelsior School Desk Co., Cincinnati ', 0. tain soils a moderate increase of yield, father Whereas, God has seen fit to call for a season or two, but the apparent mor. All brought about by the use GENTLEMEN: Having examined with sumccaro the Maps, Charts, from among us our dear comrade, benefit is not lasting; on the contrary, of De Witt's Sarsaparilla. It recom-mind- s Globes itself. L. B. Bean. and Blackboard Material which you propose to offer to the schools of John Henry Wright, who was a mem- such applications leave the soil in an this State under the law requiring such illustrative apparatus, I can recomber of our Tost and who enlisted in impoverished condition; that is, a BOOK-KEEPIN- G mend them as being of good material, good workmanship, and suitable for Co. F., 17th Kentucky Infantry Vols, continued application of salts is folof the late civil war. Comrade lowed by decreasing yields. The effect Shorthand and Penmanship. the use of our teachers Your plan to sell them in combination, aud thus, We have recently prepared Books Wright was born in Nelson county, ot common salt is readily explained educe the prco of the whole, is to be ns you assure me, very materially Ky., in 1841 and moved toOhiocoun-t- y by the fact that it acts as a solvent on the above, especially adapted to "Home Study." Sent on 60 days commended, and especially so as your outfit is made to cover substantially when quite a youth. Comrade upon potash compounds contained in The Wright was a brave soldier and a de- the soil, and potash being plant food, trial. Hundreds have been benefitted our whole school course as laid down in Sec. 21 of the School Law. voted christian. He was a member causes an increased yield. Salt in this hundreds of dollars by ordering our four classes you have arranged, from which trustees may choose, at specific Why not you? of the Preston Morton Post, G. A. k., manner nets as a stimulant and en- publications. Should you later decide to enter prices raugiug from S25 to $33 tor a complete outfit, is a great point in at the time of his death and in good ables the plant to draw from resources our College, you would receive credit your favor. standing. already present in the soil at a much Resolved, That we heard with quicker rate than would be the case for the amount paid. Four weeks by g great sorrow of the death of our dear under normal conditions, and instead our method of teaching comrade, who died at his home in of increasing fertility, it promotes a is equal to 12 weeks by the old plan. Ohio county on the 23d day of April, rapid exhaustion of the soil, which Positions Guaranteed under certain conditions. Send for our Fre illus1894, and that we will ever endeavor becomes apparent as soon as the plant to imitate his christian character and food stored therein has been con- trated 96 page catalogue and "state your wants." Address J. F. Draugh-on- , we humbly tender our profound sumed. Pres't. Draughou's Practical to his bereaved wife and sympathy Anyone familiar with agricultural children and direct that a copy of chemistry knows that salt does not Business College and School of Shortthese proceedings be delivered to contain anything that may serve as hand and Telegraphy, Nashville, He will save you MONEY by Buying from HIM. Will Tenn. 11 Teachers. 600 Students them. plant nourishment; it is a simple comsell you a Buggy, Harness, Lap Duster and Whip from the past year. Xo vacation. Kilter G.C. Westrveld, G0.0O pound of chlorine and sodium. ChloCom. any time. Cheap Board. X. B. J. A. Bennett, up to tTfi.OO. The Davis Carriage Company has the reputarine, if anything, is injurious to J, L. Carson. we pay 5.oo casli lor all vacancies BLI plants (hence the disastrous effect tion of building the best Buggy for the money of any Factory as stenographer, teach TlieSiulillo Horse. sometimes observed where salt is COLLEGES ers, clerks, etc., reports! to us, proAJIHUICAN 1'AUMER. in Cincinnati. used at the time of planting, or in too (INCORPORATED.) vided we fill same. The saddle horse interest is in a large quantities), while sodium, Tho great praettcnl IJuslues.s Tralnttiir. and Shorthand Colleges. Thuy uivo ft p nspoj t to bUhluus- ami succpks. (itnlnuun free. state of transition. Much warm dis- though not harmful, cannot by any Knoa Spencer, l'ns't, J. l Fish, Seo'y. AdUicss hpencorlan College at cussion is filling the horse papers rel- means assist plant growth; the small Louisville, Ky., Owonnbcro, Ky., or Evansville, Inch ative to the merits of the various quantities needed are always and It certainly abundantly present in every soil, and kinds of riding horses. looks as if the application of electric- it is not any more advantageous to ity would diminish the use of the fertilize with sodium than it would be . , Josiah Alkn'i UHle't fiiyLa horse as an instrument of mere pow-c- r, to use sand silica as a fertilizer. 60,000 CCPIfer, UOi D IN LELS K U " i" THREE MONTHS 1 making the .value of draft aniNow, it has been recently claimed , aixhcn c ii t'u 700 fages, owr 100 Illustration t Mwr lGljuuujr vr4lil II moves on. It is by one evidently not familiar with mals low eras time J 1 YOU CAN MAKE MORE MOM' Y n fig ' . AND- also evident that, in spite of hard the simplest agricultural principles, "Samantha" than In Aiy Cihc V.Vy times the world is growingricher.and that soda may take the place of AGENTS WANTED. K lJ this, in turn, creates a larger leisure potash and he even went so far as to iff) fSSSi It oe V i on my way home- ationt 3 iu.ires " comfort and recommend common soda as a fertilclass. Pleasure-seekinTook cecntrcn crrierj line not caket tf JL. Vv "Thirty-onnames taken a IWv-iMfl.iA , IJ Hv morning Something wrong when you tire too r luxury are sought by more persons izer. How could this be in the face v7J ee CECiiiuf mm tTtrTts T&r.s n rnr s. W&" IU f M by mail or through agent Cloth. Vi V. The pleasure-g- of the fact that ashes of plants usually easily. Something wrong when the with each year's advance. I iepropeetunnt1outll Russia. St 00 sure to be Af i t for agents Half a million copies J iving, the mind resting horse in contain ten times as much potash as skin is not clear and smooth. Someaold. Will e I all ih is year. Gorl (he vn ,C!C TIT KTTtWAT irr flHIn atfWt n.p uiink W rili f all his forms will be more and more soda? It is true that Prof. Wagner thing wrong when the Blood is imMwd',w Jl once for terms to agerts. pure. Kverything right when you in demand. THE N. Q. HAMILTON PUBL.I8HINQ OO.. 805 ARCror ' demonstrated that plants when d It recRunning and trotting horses are with sodium, did absorb take Dewitt's Sarsaparilla. readilyclassed, aud we are now seeing more of this ingredient than they ommends iteelf. I B. Bean. WHEN YOU GO TO OWENSBORO They Want Xiunri. a strong effort made to establish a would have done had the supply been The Russell Art Publishing Co., GALLON standard-bre- d saddle horse. normal, but there is no experiment on e of 289 Arch Street, Philadelphia horse record to show that any plant can live The the names and address of a few of English descend emblematic of the and grow without potash, ThfjM-advise- d people in every town who arc interpresent British style, holds high favor farmer, then, who follows ested in works of art, and to .secure For the finest and Most Artistic Work, in fashionable circles, and with all such extravagant theories and tries them they oiler to send free, "Cupid any size or style. Frederica Si. , Sdwetn whose opinions are gained at second- to feed his crops with soda, will waste Guides the Boat' a superbly execut- ZrdandAlh. Hartford, Kentucky 6m87 hand. Southern riders, confessedly his money and shorten his crops. ed water color picture, size 10x13 the best in Amenca, ana perhaps in B. Von IIeri'i. inches, suitable for framing, and sixthe world, preler to ride with close teen other pictures about same size, and Onlnm Hablta 'The non advertising man goeth seat. There can be no question as to cured tit homo with in colors,-t- o any one sending them at outrain the appearance of dignity and grace forth at the rising of the sun and lo! once the names and address of ten ICTJ.M.UOOLLEY.M.D. which it possesses above thejumping-jac- k no man interfercth1. He standcth persons (admirers of fine pictures) tot. AtUma,Ga,Offlcolw;WtUtdiUSU ,in stamps to A t gether with six method of the other style of around all day like a bottle of caster HA vfflBSUll 111 11 11 o ttw iM Ilfllitmlfi! fr oil, and the people with the shekels cover expense of mailing, etc. The horsemanship. CJTLmJLm regular price of these pictures is $1, I Gen. J. B, Castleman, of Louisville, come not to his shanty. He ndver-tiset- h but they can all be secured free by not his wares and his face is Ky.,did much to forward the interests and any person forwarding the names of the gaited saddle horse when he forgotten upon the face of the earth. stamps promptly. & entered his superb mare, Emily, in Who hath dried apples? Who hath Xotr The editor of this paper has ginghams? Who hath already received copies of above pictthe contests last year at Madison ures and considers them really "Gems Square Garden, New York City. The calicoes made befo1 de wah?Vho hath 40 4t oiArt." beautiful animal was stale baking powders without end? The walk of this simply perfect in action, and she evi- He that kuoweth not the printer." Ex. dently could make five miles an hour Piclnrei in Srerj Style and Silt. with case. Park Obftity Pills will reduce your IMnln FiictN t'or Farmer. IfirOld Pictures Copied mid Enlarged The famous riding horses have ASHLAND, ORE., TIDINGS weight PERMANENTLY from 12 A SPECIALTY. heretofore been almost accidents, but of It is the Satutday night pay-roto 15 pounds n mouth, NO Starving 108J Muiu Street. saddle-hors- e men now have a the American workshop that makes the sickness or injury; NO Publicity. standard and a register, and are regu- high prices for farm products and 37m6 OWENSBORO, KY Thoy build up tho health and beautU larly organized with Gen. J. B Cas- good times for the farmer. When fy the complexion leaving noWKINK tleman as President, Col. I, B. Nail, capital is inactive the workingmau LES 01 ilabbineaa. STOUT ABDO -- -s- jsEiSs-rL. -. Secretary, and Mr. E. T. Halsey as is out of a job or working only part MENS and difficult breathing purely Z5HTV NO EXPERIMENT but relieved. Treasurer, all residents of Louisville. of the time and at reduced wages a scientific awl positive relicf.ndoptcd Thus, those who wish to purchase a while the times arc hard. The n All only after years of experience. true-bre- d saddle horse can now do so of the United States are the orders supplied direct from' our ofwith protection against error and largest consumers and the farmers' We are manufacturers of Buggies, Carts Surries and Carriages, and deal dirfCtly with fice Price $2.00 per package or wrong, three packages for 85,00 by mail he consumer, thus saving him the per cent, usually paid to middle men. Our prices are best customers? In good times they a postpaid. Testimonials and particuwaste as much as would feed an equal Respectfully; Noiillicrn IiiiiuiiKralloii. onable, and we guarantee satisfaction. lars (scaled) 2 cents. number of people in Belgium, France CURES MOTHIHQIUT PILES, NEW YORK TRIBUNE. All correspondence strictly confi Immigration to the Southern States or Germany the three countries of dential. A tunc and certain Europe where wages are comparativedishas always been checked by the known for iBvort atthe BUT PARK REMEDY CO., ' position to murder which Jias been so ly the lowest. Hence, when the AmeriRIMEDY FOR PILRB. v Owensboro, Ky file till hf 1ICKAP0 MIPlCTll CO., IT, Mill. Boatou, Mru. H prevalent among Southern communi- - can workingman feels the pinch of . v Kntmlty fSchomr. toludo iu,adk The House of Representatives last month passed a bill amending the postal laws by raising the rates of postage oti certain kinds ofperiodicals 700 per cent. This bill is believed to be the preliminary step in an effort to raise the postage rates on oil newspapers and other periodicals. The scheme is this: to reduce letter postage to 1 cent, and then, on the plea Departmcntshould that the to raise the be made rates on newspapers, magazines and books. In othcrwords,thcreal object is to kill off cheap literature for the masses of the people. Printed petitions are industriously circulated by some one, praying that Congress shall raise the postage rates matter from one on all second-clas- s cent per pound, as It is now, to eight cents. These petitions are sent to business men and firms which have large correspondence, and signatures are requested on the plea that if this raise is made letter postage cat be reduced to one cent and they thus save lagely on postage bills. The promoters of the movementhavealso collected a large fund from merchants to push the movement in Congress. They seek to convey the impression e Department has that the an enormous deficit every year, caused by the "publishing interests." Few people This is a falsehood. know or consider that the records of the department prove that forty times as much labor and time are required to handle a pound of letters as a pound of newspapers require. The people, especially in rural districts, away from newsdealers, who are the ones who would be the most injured by this change, should at once protest to their Representatives and Senators against the project, which will increase the cost of newspapers to the public. As a contemporary well says, "Newspapers are printed for the public, and the public is entitled to receive them at as low a cost as posPost-office Post-offic- tics, which is not yet extirpated, even if it be materially diminished, It is useless for Southerners or their apologists to deny this, for the fact is so, the testimonies to it crowding and Kmmlgrauts legible on every hand. of peaceful type aud intention wont go where the cutthroats constitutcan "imperium in imporio," enforcing and their rule with the bowie-knif- e d shotgun, and the where the representatives of the highest aristocracy pepper each other with revolvers in courtrooms, in theatres and in the street whenever they have a 'little difficulty" or whenever the voice ot "honoh" calls. The South wonders why the much desired immigrant won't come. We have told it the reason. Let it pluck the spirit of murder and the murderer himself, though he groan like the pulled-umandrake, out of its soil, and institute and maintain a civilized social order, as all people who pretend to be civilized must do. If thai were brought about their territory would fill up fast enough. Kvcn as it is, the Italians propose to try it experimentally; there is no additional in room for them just now the North or the Argentine States, and the tide of emmigration having started from the peninsula, it is not easy to arrest it. They are a peaceful people, and arc docile in the main, and but with capacities of reprisal attested since the days of Lars Parsona and Sextus Tarquinius, and and ifany immigrant can stand up against the Southern desperado with it is the his shotgun and bowie-knif- e peninsula bandit with his revolver and stiletto. double-barrellep self-defen- want and economy Is forced upon him, the man to feci it the most quickly is the American fanner. And yet the American farmer has become imbued' with the idea that if he legislate the workingman and the mechanic out of n job that it will not aflcct his own prosperity. The following, from the Rural Northwest, tells its story so plainly that even a Talented populist might read and undcr.stau 1: The price of butter was one or the last to go down at the a tcsult of the hard times, but the drop has come now in almost every part of the United States. At Chicago and New York trade in butter is reported to be practically dead, and Boston reports it in the worst shape ever known. The worst feature of the case is that lowered prices do not seem tobringnbout any increase in consumption. It is evident that there arc a great many people who cannot afford to use butter even if it is cheap. The price of Elgin butter fell to 22 cents the first week in March. The Elgin Dairy Report finds by looking over the records for 15 years that the lowest price at which it sold at this season before was 25 i cents, while the average price for the 15 ycaxs was a fraction over 25 cents. The Dairy Report believes that the low price this year was caused by the general business depression. Weak Lungs may be inherited ; not Consumption. Thin, narrow-loo- k chested children arc the ones to out for. Everybody with a tendency toward Weak Lungs should take Your next week's washing Scott's Emulsion as. TJQfW Will whiter, vrlll be clctner and will b Ur. wfth feM Khor if r A of Cod-live- r soda. and Wasting Diseases. endorse it. It builds up the system. Cures Coughs, Colds Physicians, the world over, Oil, with hypophosphites of lime and U will Kst lk Clairette Soap vlaihs will use. Ttfr smell I Hereditary Weakness and all Blood Diseases aro cured by SCOTT'S EMULSION. It Is a food rich in nourishment. Pre pa rod by Scott U pare, It hands. It riser. CLAIRETTE SOAP clean but Woas not Injure It does rjot roufhen or chap swteteruul Is tht Downo, N. Y. Druggist sell N.K. FAIRBANK KCOMrj.ST. LOUIS. EXCELSIOR SCHOOL DESK CO. The Det Shoe e o3NriiNroi:ia3aA.Ti. Hon. Ed. Porter Thompson, Superin- Leau Money, W. L. DOUGLAS all 1 tendent of Public Instruction of the State, Don't forget the great Masonic Barbecue to be held at the Pair Grounds, June 23, 1S94. Hon. L. P. Utile, of Mixtonlr tliirlioi iir. has the following to. say in regard to the goods of this Company: SKi w mtit Biaaw sw -- va a aaaai S3 SB, SHOE IEXTLEMBL m 7 a?K ) A. " VA m. jkp Excelsior Church and School Furnishing Company. Sm$$WmBlmi? n m!r 4 and 83.60 DrtBB thBB. S3.50 Folic tho, 3 tolBB. 82.50, 82 for WorklngmBn. VaV 82 and 81.70 for loyi. LADIES AND IsW m 1 MISSES, ajiiikb L W.L. aaHl SsfsaTalr rjJjLgl 8l ininmn na' eon-ince- d. Salt-Rheu- Pari w iB.BsmfroM m Ba -. r Com to Hartford io-go- 1 J book-keepin- ' These Goods are perfectly reliable and the Company is represented by a home OF C. L. Field's car of Buggies just from the Apply to man. Davis Carriage Company. SPRING OPENING & book-keeper- s, HARTFORD, POIPCT& a . wmmwvttKm M K.yUiVI Hook-Kropln- R BUSINESS Vs. Republican and the Suhscribe for The So come and judge for yourself. Louisville Weekly SAMANTKA at .the WORLD'S FAIR. Commercial. Both papers one year for vf only $1.25, in ad & NEW V ORIS vance. '"inM;,1: tr l0i aa i WEEKLY TRIBUNE M e VMM ONE YEAR over-supplie- bob-taile- hard-trottin- g You cannot afford to be without The de-sir- Hartford Republican. Subscribe at WHISKEY C.Theo.Cain, Address all orders to HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, once. I on two-cen- .?. 1 npiiiii piwiiiimiPiro' tVL'T'n' SSHal i jlark fritter, LsaWate rank FATPEOPLE ll TABLERSnil work-ingme- F buckeyelILC OINTMENT: m ul i 4pr m reis curb F. A. AMES A CO. a VA ' rj- r