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The Hmteobd Republican OrriCIAL ORGAN 0F THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH C0KCRIS310KAL DISTRICT. i ra lira Tho Will show how you Mgwrjroi HAVE YOV PAID iiujmM iiaan i " in THIS TAG WE DO JOB WORK EJ-xrorr- will aond vou Tho Louisville Wookly Commorolal ono yoaH republican. Pay up and onoyoarln Aclvanco and wo iroo. suDsormo stand with 3E5L1X3.C3L. aionco. VOL. VII. HARTFORD, KY., FR B4Y MARCH 22, 1895. him the futility with which any effect to rescue the unlorttinatc girl by force, must be attended and insisted to upon following legal tmtliods, which he finally agreed. The following morning we hurried ofl for a near by town and obtained a process for searching the Dixie for the missing girl, but officer nftcr .oflwr was appealed to in vain. "The character of the Dixie's occupants," said one, "that no officer would attemp the task without n regiment of soldiers behind him." Bernard, dilven to desperation by the imbecility ol the officers to administer justice, begged in vain to be invested with authority to execute the order of the court. "You will .nssist me morning," said he as we returned to the river, "or Ishallattemptitdlone." "But we should not jeopardize our lives," I insisted, "until we arc suie she Is on the Dixie." I must confess that I had little anxiety about attacking those ruffians who were a terror to the bravest officers. About 9 o'clock in the evening Bernard unlocked Mr. Hatter's skiff and invited tne for a fow. I had some misgivings as to where he was going, but readily took n seat in the skiff. As I had expected he rowed directly lor the Dixie. Not a word was pass-c- p I noticed a light between us. shining from a window on the outer side of the Dixie and Bernard pulled slowly up to it. The window shutter was slightly ajar to admit the air, for the night was dreadfully hot, and there sat Allie Ragon, quiet and calm NO. 34. Latest U. S. Gov't Report PROFESSIONAL OARD. lyORYPilQOAy FORTY MILLION CAKES YEARLY. THl PROOTCn Vwmtmmmm OAMHLI CO. hottr, Night caltte, b"bt the villlans, aware of our attempted rescue, kept every window ot "thel wretched den ablate with Hgbl? AJ hope seemed lost A few mimiles ietore midnight c nearu inc ueqp iioarsc wmsue 01 a steamer. A Highest of all in Leavening Power, Baking Absolutely i, OtNTl l,"""Ll!Ll. tub Chesapeake Ohio and Southwattrn R. R. no.iu or sti:a.. 'rxiis best iiivj$ BETWEEN LOUISVILLE AND - The author of this poem is George W. Cutter.born in Cincinnatiln 1818. lie was a captain in the Mexican war. Harness me down with your iron bands! lie sjire of your curb and rein For I scorn the power of your puny As the tempest scorns n chainl How I laughed ns I lay concealed ' from sight MEMPHIS. TROM hands AlftO AND TO CINCINNATI AND EVAHSVILLE Do not purchase a Ticket NORTH, EAST, SOUTH OR WEST Until you hare eon.ultetl an Agent of the Eor many a countless hour At the childish boast of human might And the pride of human powerl When I saw an army upon the land, A navy upon the sea. band, Creeping along, a snail-likOr watting the wayward breeie: When I marked the peasant fairly reel With the toil he faintly bore, As he feebly turned the tardy wheel Or tugged ntthe weary oar; e O. O. cS S. W. R. R. T. 11. boat Isrthat ."The Ivanhoe," Mr. Harter answered sadly. "My God!" elatufed Bernard a3 he rushed into ounbed room. He returned in a few minutes and handed me a letter addressed to hia mother, and shook my hand with that peculiar grasp with which one clasps the hand of a friend whom he never expects to meet agalnflatld bounded into the skiff. I calleiHjum bat If he answered me his responsewas lost on the roaring wind, for a strong wind was blowing from the South and the peeling thunder and flashing lightning added horror to that solemn hour. In the brilliancy of a flash of lightning I saw Bernard nearing the dreadful boat. A few moments later Barnard, half carrying the excited girl, came rushing down the river bant. I went to assist them into the boat, but Mr. Harter exclaimed; "For Heaven's sake take the other skiff andTow for Cairo, those villlans would never suffer you to board the 'What Powder pure I OWHNSBORO, KY. Will practlco his profession in Daviets and adjoining counties. Special at' tcntion given to collections. Office, Bank of Commerce Building. LAWYER, ,',"'l,u,",n J "W LTTI'XjB, addtessed you, write to this address, Frbd Carbltom, Cairo, III." Fred Carelton! Great scotts! my sister's child, who was kidnapped at Fittburg sixteen years ago, then a lad of five summers. I rushed down to the Western Union officc--ansent a cipher telegram to Mr. Sherley, who was still at Cairo, as follows: "Deliver the following message to Fred Cart It on, an occupant of a boat called the Dixie, five miles above Cairo. 'Dear Fred, quit that unholy place at once and come to St Charles by earlics train. Your parents, of whom doubtless remember little, are living and I will telegraph them immediately. Your affectionate uncle, d THOUGHT IT WAS AUvI. and ; r L.jt yy Hugh McLean.'" Mrs. Holmes called nt my office and I explained to her without reserve my management of the Ragon property in Colorado. Defeated in her mischievous eflorts to steal hef neice's property and fearing an exposure,she went on a visit to friends in the West and has never returned. Fred telegraphed that he would arrive Wednesday afternoon. I met him nt the depot, he stepped from the train and to my unutterable surprise was closely followed by BernA Fcore of Jriends gathered ard. around and showeredlhim with greeting ol how he was rescued. Walking down the street I asked Fred how he recognized me. "I heard your name called and I remembered it distinctly, as the name of him who gave me so many toys before I was carried away from home, and the thought struck me that you might be the same individual, hence I gave you that note. I had resolved to leave my criminal confederates and was anxious to find my friends." "You have n quantity of gold buried somewhere I believe?" "O, that was only an artifice," he replied, "but let's not talk about that LIMITXU TRAINS, l'UU.MAN BUFFET SMUifUKS, HOllKKN HQUII'MHNT JOUN ECHOLS, GIN.UOR LYJ.CH, GIN PAS3.AOT. Louiaviu.. KT. UfiEJ w fa 3 . cswfcmitot fScs TASTELESS WARRANTED. PRICE IS JUST AS GOOD FORADULT3. Oil ATI! It tS.,KOT. 16.1333. 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When I measured the panting courser's speed, The flight of the courier dove, As they .bore the law a king decreed Or the lines of impatient Jove, I could not but think now the world like an humble martyr awaiting his would feel, doom, and crouching nt her feet, like a As there were outstripped alar, When I should be bound to the qish-in- g suppliant subject before hlscjueen, was the younger of the Dixie's fiendkeel Or chained to the flying carl ish occupants, I read, upon the face of the youthful criminal, a desperate Ha, ha, bal They found roe at last; His They invited me fourth at length, love for the woman belore him. And I ruabed to my throne with a flashing eyes so defiantly searching thunder-bla- st me the previous day were now serious And laughed in my iron strength! Oh, then ye saw a wondrous change submissive and imploring and I could hardly suppress a feeling ol pity lor On the earth and ocean wide, Where now tny fiery armies range, Bernard the unfortunate wretch. Nor wait lor wind or tide. slipped his band into hRi pocket and would have caused a tragedy, but I Hurrah, hurrah! The waters o'er The mountain's steep decline restrained him, and puttiug my hand Time space have yielded to my over his mouth, I whispered: "For powet; Heaven's sake keep quiet." The world the world is mine! The rivers the sun hath earliest blast, "I love you madly, passionately," Or those where his beams decline, said the handsome vililan iu piteous The giant streams of the queenly tones of suppliant humanity. West now." "You are a villian and a murderer," And the Orient floods divine. exclaimed Allie, "and there is human By this time we had come to my The ocean pales wher'er I sweep blood upon this very Moot." hotel and I was about to turn in. To hear my strength rejoice, "Hold on," said Bernard, "you are "But, woman, you can redeem me, And the monsters of the briny deep going with me." I have a half a ton of gold buried in Cower, trembling, at my voice. I carry the wealth to the land of earth; a Mississippi Marsh, but say the word "No, we," 1 replied, "I musn't The thoughts of his godlike mind; and we will fly this lonesome den and spare Allie the embarrassment of flying forth; The wind lags niter my meeting Fred." live happily in a Southern city .where The lightning is left behind! "Allie will gladly forgive Fred I have a family name that is honored In the darksome depths of the fathwhen she hears ray story,"he returnby the bluest blood." omless mine ed, and we proceeded to his home. "Release me and redeem your own My tirelctiS arm doth play We forego describing the joyful meetWhere the rocks never saw the sun's name front infamy and then we can ing of Bernard and his mother and decline, meet on equal terms." Or the dawn of the glorious' day. Allie, and leave it to the reader to con He reflected for a moment on the I bring earth's glittering jewels up jecture the unmeasured joy that must stern force of her logic, but in his imHrora the hidden cave below, result from such meeting after those And I make the fountain's granite patient zeal, exclaimed: strange and startling experiences. cup "Woman, I have proved myself With a crystal gush o'erflow. Bernard asked to be left alone with worthy of a queen, you say we ate Altie and Fred and explain to Allie I blow the bellows, I forge the steel, villlans, awed by your hallowed preshow he had held on to the capsized In alt the shops of trade; ence I am forced to confess we have 1 hammer the ore and turn the wheel sfltif, had been picked up by the been, but since you have been here, Where my arms of strength is made. Dixie's elder occupants and found, I manage the furnace, the mill, the you have received the utmost respect like her, a prison on the gloomy of us all, your every wish has been mint; craft and had been released through I carry, I spin, I weave; The granted, except the And nil my doings I put in print the kindly eflorts of Fred. Ivanhoe will be down On every Saturday eve. "When is It?" asked Mollie some night, I will give you until then to moments later as Allie approached us I've no muscles to weary, no breast decide. Upon the Ivanhoe you may to decay, in the garden. go with me to a happy home in the No bones to belaid on the' shelf:" "Wednesday morning in old TriniSunny South, or before Its waves And soon I intend you may go and ty Church," she answered blushing- have calmed you shall go down with iy. While I manage this world my me to the bottom of the Mississippi," Fred went home to his friends at self! two leaden and he raised iu his hands But harness me down with your iron Pittsburg and is a trusty bank clerk balls with chains attached to them. bands! in the Fourth National Bank. Ralph "Yon need not sacrifice your wickBe sure of your curb and rein, Castello, now the ablest lawyer of For I scorn the strength of your puny ed soul, but you may prepare one Austin, Texas, is still a bachelor. hands, ball for me,'' she answered decisivewharf. 1 had Mr. Sherley telephone Bernard, with Allie's fortune and his As the tempest scorns a chainl ly. We rowed quietly down the river. for a couple of special officers, under own inflinchtng energy, has grown THE ORPHAN. Bernard first broke the silence we had whose protection we proceeded to the rich in the navigation business, and preserved for the passed hour by depot, where a train was about leave when we travel on the Missouri River for St. Louis, upon which we were steamers, Mollie delights to explain saying confidently: BY JOHN IIRNRY THOMAS. "Mclean, if j'ou will assist me I going to return. As Allie walked to our children why we pay no fare, across the wharf, between the big po- when we travel on Mr. Whateley's will cut the shutter from that win(Continued lrora last week.) licemen, I saw a genuine sorrow gathboats, I was invited to 1 game ofcatas, dow before daylight dawns (The end.) er upon the face of her criminal lover. morning." The refused the privilege. but I His sharp gray eyes that bad so often Hazatdous as the undertaking was young man was doing duty as bar flashed defiance at the gravest dan lion's ThL! tender asked me to take something, I could not resist the appeal of that We offer One Hundted Dollars Reger, had become soft, submissive and when I again declined. He said with brave boy to lend him my assitance. sad, and again I could hardly repress ward for any case of Catarrh that canindignant sarcasm: "RevereneJ, will It was long past midnight before the a pang of pity for the unfortunate not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. lights were extinguished at the Dixyou. read us a chapter from the BiF. J. CHENIJY & CO., Props., man whose lack of morals, I was pers ie's windows. When all become still ble?" O. We the undersigned, have suaded, was due more to his environI began to understand that loafers and quit we rowed silently up to the ments than to a perversity. While known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 Sheltered were distrusted and I hastily Trent window of Allie's prison. passing him he handed me a note years, and believe him perfectly honashore, When Bernard returned late by the inky darkness ot the night, slipped Into ray pocket. On orably in all business transactions Entering Bernard, with a Jcng knife, began cut- which I that night I had retired. our way home I told Allie the story ani financially able to carry out any and opening a window ting groves in the heavy shutter. I the oi the fortune I had secured for her, obligation made by tneir arm. to let iu a gentle breeze that was held the skid close against the DixWest&Truax, Wholesale Drugovercome by the un ie's guard while Bernard, like a pious but she was so blowing without, he said: fortunate fate of Bernard that she gists, Toledo.O. Waldino.Kinkan & "Mclean," he said, "it will cost monk digging his own grave in the scarcely thanked me for my efforts. ' Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Tole- me most of my scanty savings, but I still matches of the night, kept slowO. said: ly but surely cutting away on the Finally she will have a steamer here in the mornCure is taken inHall's "I am so glad I will be able to build ternally, Catarrh directly upon the ing with a score ot torpedos, it is said massive shutter. But the light breeze acting a monument to honor Bernard and the firing of them in the river neVer that had been blowing in the early blood and inucuous surfaces oi the patt of the night suddenly increased care for his mother aud little sisters, system. Price 75c. per bottle. Sold falli to raise sunken bodies." I shall go live with them now," she I drew the bottled note from under to a gale and our skiff rocked by the by all Druggists. Testimonials free. my pillow and handed it to him. He waves began beating against the contlnued,"and they shall not want." Ralph Castello met us at the depot, n- with an exDixie, that it awoke the occupants of read it slowly, and theThe llnrllaril 1'lialo Cor. A ray of light stealing his usual solemn face aglow with the boat. A. D. Taylor, the Beaver Dam pression of mingled hope and apprethrough a crevice warned us of de- smiles, extending us a happy greethas located his Photo Car hension asked: tection and we had hardly time to ing, but Allie, lost In reflections or in Hartford and will make Pictures 'What boat can she mean?" Monday all day every I described my experience of the take shelter behind an empty barge that eventful night, was scarcely civil here I left to In the Hartford Photo Car. Mr. day, conversation with Mr, Harter when a light burst fotth forth from towards the stern lawyer. that window that turned night into Allie the burden of breaking the sad Taylor will be found at his home and my visit to the Dixie, day, and remained there until dawn, news to Mrs. Whately, and went di- gallery In Beaver Dara balance of the "The viniansl" he exclaimed For the first time. Wc are glad to say he ranks "they shall never see the sun Bernard Whately spent a day iu burn- rectly to my office. ing torture. It was by the gteatest time I remembered the note handed up with the ablest Photographets in climb the meridian again," would-blover, on the the State. First-claswork guaran-teeI well knew the brave courage of effott that I restrained him from mak- me, by Allie's wbart boat at Cairo. I fished it out the Intrepid boy, and I apprehended ing 0 fruitless sacrifice ot his uoble danger to us both, without his tem- life. The Ivanhoe, we learned, would ot my pocket aud read) "When beauty comes he takes it; "Hugh McLean, if I have properly If there is none he makes it." I urged upon be down at midnight the fateful per was restrained. oue-toileTo-led- o, bed-rooe s Ivanhoe here." Wc made haste to follow his advic e ann were soon forcing the light boat, with two pairs of oars, towards the electric lights of Cairo, which loomed up in the distance. "How did you accomplish it, Bernard?" I hastened to inquire, when we had cleared the little town. "I opened up a passage for the Mississippi into the Dixie hold and trusted to their eflorts to save their devilish freight for Allie's cscape,"he relied exultantly. The wind had calmned,the sky had cleared and the stars shown brilliantly. Three happier hearts had probably never beat in the same boat, when suddenly we heard the clash of oars some distance in the rear. "The fienas," Allie whispered, "they follow us." "Let's apply these oars," said Bernard, "our boat is light, we can beat them to the wharf." "Impossible," whispered Allie, "they are experienced oarsmen and you are not" They gained rapidly upon us and we soughfT shelter In the shadow of the river bank. In their mad rush they passed without observing us. WhCn they had passed us we rowed rapidly up the river to meet Ivanhoe, whose lights were now in sight, but a sudden gust of wind upset our craft. I was an expert swimmer and easily swam ashore with Allie, and as we saw nothing ol Bernard we supposed he had swum to theolhcr shore.for we were about the middle of the river when our boat capsized. The Ivan-ho- c passed near to our shore and I saw Mr. Sherley standing on her bow. "Jerome Sherley! Terorae Sherley!" I shouted at the top of my voice; fortunately he heard me and the boat rounded in and took us aboard. I began to explain td Mr. Sherley the unfottunate swamping of our boat, when he interrupted me by inquiring about Bernard. I suppose he swam "Great Heavens, the boy can't swim!" he interrupted. Allie was supplied with a Wardrobe by a polite lady passenger, and Mr. Sherley sent utc to his well packed valise in his state room. For nearly an hour the steamer kept up the search for Bernard, but its eflorts were unrewarded. When we arrived at Cairo two of the wretches who had passed but a little while ago, were standing on the Will practice their profession in ah the courts of Ohio and adjoining coungor. ties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given collections. Also A young woman in a box at the Notary Tublio for Ohio county. charity ball at the Auditorium attracted the attention of a group of men, uftw. says the Chicago Tribune. One said something about her fan, which was AW an exquisite thing in feathers and lace. IIARTFOni), KY. ''She won it on a bet. I ant the Will practice his profession in Ohio victim," exclaimed another f the anil adjoining counties, and court of group. Appeals. Special attention given to tell you how it was. She ban"I'll collections. Office east sido of publio tered me to take her to one of the square. museums where are wax figures, and S11H1.BY Taylor. I took her up. As we Wandered about M. L. Hkavrin. the place, admiring some of the nat-- I HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, ural poses, she said she believed she could fool some one by passing as a figue. We talked about the proposiHARTFORD, KY. tion frivolously until I made a wager Will practice thier profession in all of a fan that she couldn't. the Courts ot "She sat down at the first landing counties, and inOhio and adjoining the Court ot Apof the stairway, and assumed a short peals. Special attention given to of pose such as a young woman ascollections. Office, next door to sumed when she goes to a photoBank of Hartford. grapher's. The first person she fooled was one of the attendants at the Perry Westerfield, place, who slapped her face with a feather duster. I think she would have backed out of her bet if I had Beaver Dam, Ky. not gloried in the situation from the eyrie where I stood. The attendant B.D.BIKQO as I learned afterward, was a new .I.D.aUFFT. hand, and it washis first round at the figures. ZZairtfoxA. Kantuclcsr. "Very soon an elderly man and Will practice in all courts of Ohio woman wandered in with a catalogue. "They did not miss a figure or a and adjoining counties, Superior Colscene. When they reached the young Court and Court of Appeals. lections and all legal business attend woman in question they examined ed to. Offico 329 E. Market St. the catalogue, and then looked at the young woman. The figure had no H. R. WEDDING number, no name. The old gentle man asked an attendant what it was, and the attendant replied that it was BTartfokd, Ky. a new figure and hadn't yet been put Will practice his profession in all on the list. the courts of Ohio and adjoining "A young man with a dreamy ex- counties. Also Notary Public pression stood in front of the figure Office, room 20, Hartford House. and said: 'If that was alive I would fall in love with it,' and then passed on. I felt like kicking him, but I kept quiet. After a while the old AT couple returned, and the man showed V a disposition to liuger and dally about Hartford, Ky. the figure. The good old wife said to him: 'Samuel, if that was a real wom- WILL practice his profeseion in all courts of Ohio and adjoining an I would think I might get a little counties and Court of Appeals. Spee-' jealous of you even now.' lal attention given to collections. Office over Carson & Co. "The old gentleman replied: 'Well mother, if it was alive I think you'd r, be justified. It's the speakenest as It is, I ever saw, and I've a mind to hunt up the manager of the show and see if he won't sell it.' HARTFORD, KY. " 'I recond we had better be going Will practice his profession in tko the good old woman said, as she tug- courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Careful attention given to all business ged Samuel by the elbow.' entrusted to biro. Office in Repub"As they passed on the young lady lican Building. concluded to speak. 'Say dad,' she called out, 'come back. I'm alive.' She is a holy terror, that girl is,even in her demurer moods. " As soon as the old man heard the voice he looked back, and the young woman was beckoning him. The old man leaped In the air, and I heard him say: 'Mouther, I've got 'em sure 03 a gun. I tuk one of them newfangled drinks in the drug store, and I come on, mother.' The last I saw of them the old man HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. was clearing the way with an umbrella, his good old wife was in pursuit Is prepared to do any and all kind and the people in that room were get- of Dental Operations. Prices most ting out of the way. The young reasonable. Office over Williams St woman concluded she had gone too Bell's Drug Store. far, and come to me quickly for protection. As we passed out I asked one of the attendants what was the cause of the old man's flight, thinking we might be suspected. " 'It is nothing unusual,' he answered, ' for folks from the country to come In here and imagine that the wax figures are looking at them.' "I paid the bet, but I'll never make another one like it." Posos as a wax Figuro JFrlghtons aStran HARTFORD, KY. .Office, 0 tSSu creo, x w And.non'a Bataar.) ' J.N. H. Weilitllis, ' Tames Smltli, JTT0H1Y JT Attorneys at Law Attorney at Law. ttorneys gt Maw, Attorney at Law, W.H.BARNES ttTTODBT ' fig-ge- Jo. B. ROGERS, Attorney at Law, J. R. PIRTLE DENTIST i prepared to do all kind The first M. E. Church of Beaver Dam will be dedicated on the first Dental work at reasonable prioei. Office over J. W. Ford & Co'a Sunday in May by Rev. J. W.Turner, ' of Louisville. There will be services Feed Store. at 10:30 a. m., 3:30 p. m. and 7:30 p. m. on Sunday, Everybody in the SJS?. IlAivrFonD, Kentucky, county is invited to attend with a and bring somewell filled basket, and Now, we hope the one with you. people will understand that all are Will draw drafts from a nice, ert invited to come, regardless of name or or order. There will be other men cozy cottage up to a fine tiro strar house. Will draw plans free it so everyone of ability in attendance, charge. Will make careful eitinstw will have n opportunity to hear some su all kinds of buildings, and r modTa ten Cliurcli. DENTIST. ID. LTJOH, Csitebr Mils; t able preaching, 33 Come. Yours, 8t J. B. Perrvuan. al old bouses. Motto "LItb let lire." LI '.li.-W-l 1 d. Williams & Bell Hattford, Ky. sell Tom roys Vermifuge" the great remedy for children and guaranteed every bottle, remember it always saves the children" and cost only actsper bottle. 1 ELECTRIC TELEmOW 8ol4 oatrtctat, aa rant, no i all. Aiaetal u b M (Uf Aifuit iu rMtdaaoa nwtutafJOpav all tha a mI to Una la aaUhbora. Flo tastruoiiaU, pa tor. oa a aUtaaoa. ItomplU. raa4f to umUn. hipa4 Oka ba pat np b aaj oaa. u whn amr vut at order, no ifixltUf i4 a lln MI. Vdt tint WarraU4 CoA mono10.WjrnoW.C A P. an4 bom, hop. niora )Ur ot&oa, Oraat lountw oa atrtk, lauoa ani hmt W Harrlion Ciwk itwmmm ivu iiiwHpipviwiimtiiipit f) in it lUfflJWiUJl iflppS"1 i' r pw 'upw Twaf" ;jnrfljBrvf " wiMpv"iiwj-'Hi,?- T Hartford Republican punusnMD nvnnY NAM A. ANIH1IINO.V JO. II. IHXIKIL1 fmday morning ..Proprietor. .. .Editor, An advertisement in Titr. Rr.nm moan will ycllil more than ono hundred, cents to tlio dollar on tbo invest-men- t. A pieco of nunc 3,000 years old has lately been discovered and will soon bo reproduced at Athens by au orchestra now practicing upon it. LEBANON. Our Correspondent Writes of State Politics, &c. Lebanon, Ky., March 18th, 1895. It is a little singular that it did not occur to our Committee, when It fixed the time for holdlngour State convention, that the date would conflict with Memorial or Decoration Day, which comes on the 30th ot May. The fact never suggested itself to me until nfter I had reached home and our Grand Army brethren told me of their failure to secure public speakers for the occasion here, There is a beautiful National Cemetery situated at Lebanon and Memorial day is always duly observed, with appropriate ceremonies, at the cemetety, by the patriotic citizens ol Marion and adjoining counties, It was an oversight nnd can, possibly, yet be remedied. The great underlying principle of Republicanism, the granite foundation, as it were, of the superstructure of the party, all that makes it is truarid causes nil eyes ly grand in the country to turn to it in the evil days which come upon us nnd in the hours of distress, is its love o country and devotion to the flag,f with all that that implies. Those to y 1'riday, March a, 1895. Subscription, $1.26 por yoar. l'otl conWn are authorized to announce tains tho following special from Paris, Dr. A. D. Jambs, Ky.: Of Muhlenberg county, as n candidate "W. It. Moles, whlto, aged thirty, Senatorial for State Senator in the 8th of Greenville, III., was found in a District, subject to the action of the dying condition on the streets of Republican party. His condition Claysville last night. '""STATE SENATOR. Wedndsday's Louisville REPRESENTATIVE. We arc authorized to annouuee Rsq. W. I. Rowe, Of Centertown, as a candidate to represent Ohio county in the Lower House of the next General Assembly, subject to the action of the Republic- was caused from whisky Moles J and exposure to tho weather. died a short timo alter being removed to n saloon." Docs Hartford need a saloon? in this issuo will he tho law card of Col. 0. M. an party. Burnett, who has been admitted to tho bar at tho present term of court. Good Reading Free. Col. Barnett is a man ol undoubted Besides giving our patrons one of ability and will at onco rise to tho the best papers in the State, we liave front of his profession. Ho is made arrangements by which we will well fitted for tho work of his send either one of the following choeen field and his many friends together with Tim RurunucAN wish for him tho success his sterling for the price named. Remember when worth so richly merits. you pay up for Tim RnruriucAN and The -- case of tho Deposit Bank one year in advance you are entitled Guardian vs. John Echols Ac, to one of these papers at the price now on trial, is creating n very deep found cm'-nent- ly pa-pe- rs Elsewhere named: New York Weekly Tribune . . $1.25 Louisville Weekly Commercial . 1.25 Home and Farm Weekly Courier-Journ1.75 1.50 Cosmopolitan Magazine . . . a.25 Commercial Appeal 1.30 Address all orders to .... i.5 Globe-Democr- (semi-weekly- .) The Republican, Hattford, Ky. The suit is for $1,975 interest. for injuries to Mag damages the littlo three Smith, gie year old child, so horribly mangled in the railroad wreck at McElen-r- y June 23, last. Tho plaintiff is represented by Messrs. Walker, Rowe nnd Sandidge, and tho defendant by Messrs. Taylor & McHcnry aDd Gates. whom Memorial day is dedicated, to- opscs secret societies. of Fall River, Mass., have petitioned Mgr. Satolli to suspend tho edict Tbe against members of that order. The Heina Kegenta, a large Span- cases are exceptional as tbe following ish warship, sank last week near the explanation by Mgr. Satoili's assiss Straits of Gibraltar. The ship carried ant Dr. Rooker will show: "Mgr. Satolli has written to Bishop 420 officers and men all of whom it is Tho last few Harkins, of Providenco, R. I., sugbelieved perished. the facts are so exeep months have been characterized by a gesting that tional iq the Fall River cases that it catastrophes, which for would be well, if tho Bishop saw fit to list of ocean loss of life and properly has never the applicasuspend, temporarily, tion of the rule relative to K. of P. been equalled in the world's history. members. Tbe exceptional circumTun Louisville Poll and Candi stances, as stated to Mgr. Satolli, are date Clay are feeding eachothcr upon that two of the members of a Fall angelic River lodgo are about to die. If they altogether not remarks leave the lodge they forfeit their inof Mr. Clay's nomnnd which in case surance money, and if they remain ination for Governor will bo mighty in it they cannot receive the sacraments." interesting reading from a RepubMr. Clay also lican standpoint. will perhaps not be controverttakes occasion in his canvass to give ed that a man who will sell liquor in Watt Hardin some pretty heavy yiolation of the law will also perjure' digs. Let 'em fight. himself in the courts when on trial those of our readers whose lives for tho oflense. This is not strange. To may be made more or less miserable But tbe barefaced falsehoods and the subterfuges resorted to by this speby tho oft recurring visits of tho soulless and unholy bill collector, we offer cies of cattle in an attempt to frco the following as a change of diet on themselves from the clutches of tho which to feed the aforesaid collector. law, is often disgusting. During the The plan is suggested by an exchange present term of the Circuit Court one which has been so generous as not to blind tiger, who was beyond any have it copywrighted. Here it is. Try doubt guilty, tried to palm off on the jury a story to the effect that he playit: 'Student (to his tailor) My dear ed a trick on his customer by selling sir, I am sorry that you are such an him water fiom a pump instead of You see, I throw all whisky. unlucky bird. But the jury very quickly my little bills into this waste paper said he was guilty and sentenced him to six basket and hold a raffle every days months. All the bills I draw afe the rockpile for one hundred promptly settled; unfortunatcly.yours Another fellow, who was thrice guilty, tried to play tho role of offended inhave never come out yet." nocence, declaring that he was not Henry Delaney was, on Monday, only not guilty of the oflense chargacquitted. He is the man who at the ed, but that he never had, at any muzzle of a pistol in the hands of an time, sold liquor to any person whatirate mother, was forced to marry ever, when at the very moment it Abbio Oliver, whom he was accused was asserted by good authority that His friends at- he held government license. of having seduced. Tbeso tempted to rescue him on tho night are merely samples of tho perjuries of the marriage and in the melee committed by these violators of tho which followed Abbio Oliver was law when brought to trial. The Morganfield people and killed. Or course tbe Woman's Right many others throughout tho Stato, They leave who have become interested in tbo fanatics mean business. sensational aflair, are pretty loud in nothing undono that might add ono their denunciation of the jury for the little ray of hope to what they call the acquittal, but in the minds of at least emancipation of woman. High and a few people there has always been a low, on laud and sea, in every clime largo sized grain of doubt as regards have they go no to further the interests of their causes. They have forcDelaney's guilt. ed themselves upon school boards, The Court of Appeals in tho case into tbe municipal aflaus of western of George Delaney who was sentenctowns and cities, they have declared ed to the penitentiary for life for comtheir right and made good their decplicity in tho Oliver tragerdy enunlaration to wear ties, and vests, and and shirts ciates some law relative to tho taking coats and suspenders, of human life, which is eliciting no which had previously been tbe heritend of criticism from the press of the age solely of the members of the malo They have demanded Stato. The Court of Appeals grant persuasion. bied a nowtrial and in the course of tho and attained a place astrido tho cycle aud have mocked thoso who decision used this language: wear pants by wearing bloomers. "As indicated before, tho acoused All these things havo they done, all had a right to bear aims openly for these invasions has man sufiered and the protection of his brother and to submitted to, not without murmur, prevent his capture. After his broth- but of necessity. But this is not the er was carried ofThe had tho right to beginning of the end. Tlieat enpursue for tbe purpose of releasing thusiasts havo had an alleged comhim, and had tho tight to 1110 such mittee of English and American force as appeared to him as necessary women at work, thejr say, for six to save him from death aud harm, years gettingouta revision of thoBiblo had tho right to demand tho release with special reference to making that and if he were great Book say that woman occupies of his brother, first fired on by Oliver, ho had, the first place among animals rather than right to return tho fire." with that of her placo This is the Moro and nioro it seems to be tho supposed equal, man. Iu the tendency of the Courts, not to say most unkindest cut of all. seems these that is law which might lead to tho light of all longer oveuts it up the to keep useless any to struggle. punishment of crimo, but rather If tbe men folks have to tbe criminal every surrender their pants and don throw around e garb why not do it now and be protection and safe guard against It has long been it is possible for tho learned getting used to it. akes If Kentucky a well known fact that u woman Judges to conceive. in rummaging delight supremo and Kentucky jurors would throughtber husbands paraphernalia, Judges give us moro hangiugs and moro sen- presumably all thoso years, on n hunt there tor dimes, but this seems to bo a mistences for life imprisonment, She does It in order to make would be fewer murders In tho Stato. take. herself acquainted with tho ins and Tho wretch who stculs a unenviable niitsnf mnlo nttlro. so that when the l .Inl aw Jt I. A A df A Aa A A nt A alirt twenty dollars worth of property is .!. tent to the penitentiary, while tbe may jump from petticoats to pants and not bo seriously embarrassed by taker, of human life in too many It these thlnca be not not only goes free, but is tho chance of the times aro playing .true the Wo fail to see Ananias signs large scale. idolized as a hero. Mankind on a wherein a murderer is better than a had us well preparo for tho worst and ' resign to fute and fanatics, thief. Dr. Jons A. Broadus, President As a rule the Catholic Baptist Theological Seminary, died at his home in Louisville last Saturday morning. of the Southern Church op Some K. P's, It gether with their living compatriots, are the ones who preserved this country for us and maintained the authority ot our flag. Without the patriotic services, the grand devotion to our country and our country's flag; of those who fill these silent cities all over our great country, and that of their surviving comrades, what would the country be All hail Memorial day! we rejoice with each recurring one, as patriotic souls, loviug hearts and tender hands stag the praises of the gallant dead and place flowers over their quiet and hallowed graves. We mourn over the graves of these noble dead and attest our appreciation of their great sacraflces only as it is left us to do. To their surviving comrades we extend the hand of brotherly friendship and love and exclaim in the beautiful language of another, "if, in my hand were the diamond rim goblet filled with the melted pearls from the neck of a Cleopatra, I would drink" a health to thee." In the necessary conflicts of this restless political life ot ours, seeking only to extend the beneficent influences and power of our great party, even to the uttermost parts of Democratic darkness in Kentucky, it is painful that but for the moment, Memorial day should have been lost sight of by those who are in such hearty sympathy with it. I hope it yet may be remedied. Grover is back from his duck hunt, and I suppose brought with him a sufficient supply of ducks to meet the demand of his table for that variety of refreshments There is nothing unnatural in Grover going duck hunting, either as a matter of sport or relaxation, or to fill a long felt want for that kind ol family provision. The suddenness, however, of his leaving Congress bad was a little peculiar. hardly gotten good adjourned before he slipped out at the back door and was off after dead ducks before he had made suitable and expected arrangements for other dead ducks then at the Capitol. ? tmm 'umnnjmmj'it Democracy will be with Knott. Itlghty per cent, of the Democrats in the West and South nre for free silver, and nbout nil thire Is of Democracy is in the South, yet notwithstanding that, their national platform declared Platforms against free coinage. amount to but little however, with Democrats, for the last Congiess overwhelmingly so, could not pass a plank of their National platform through the House Mr. Knott has not been a failure In anything but as a prophet, he is below par as a prophet, Mr. Carlisle has been a failure iroti start to finish. His position on silver is correct but he is not with his party, he may be with his party's platform on that question, but that Is an other matter altogether. His party is a free coinage party, if it is any thing. In fact his party does not hold to a single principle, a fundamental one, which would not ruin the country if put into effect. To a looker on an well wisher of his country it would be a gratifying spectacle to see these two men, metaphorically speaking, devour each other. r Though they may not devour yet a little and these Bphraims and all of their households will b; left alone. The face of Kentucky politics is fast taking on new features, but these old men who are looking out of windows that are darkened cannot recognize the changes. There Is no hope of them. It is the coming generation that lies learned by an object lesson how false are their theories and how little they will stand the test of practical experience and are to day sounding the knell of Democratic hopes. These old theorists will have to go, even as their theories have gone, while the Republicans of the State take possession of it and place it in the front rank from which it has so long been debarred. Bradley for Governor, a sound Republican Legislature and Lewis in the U. S. S:nate,ls the goal to which Kentucky is fast drifting, A consumation devoutly to be wished by every lover of Referring to the Commonwealth. the Hon. John W. Lewis for the Senate reminds me that I should not close each-othe- GRAZIA Writes an Interesting Letter From Huntingdon, Tenn. Huntingdon, Tenn., Mar, 18, '95. We lelt Willard March 4, 1895, lav-In- g resigned our position there to take a position as teacher in the Southern Notmal University at Huntingdon, Tenn. We stopped off at Abbie-vill- e to spend a few days with folks at home. We found everybody there well, prosperous and happy, though complaining somewhat ot hardtimes, IIOIITO.1. , stemed quite hopeful for the tuture. The Bible c!as organized by Rev. Cox iu January at Woodward's Va- lley Church, is in a prosperous condiWe attended one ol its meet-- 1 tion. ings and were greatly pleased with the interest manifested by its mem-ber- s on that occasion. Nearly every one In that community belongs and almost every one on the program promptly when their parts were called for. Mr. A. G. Holbrook this letter without sending greetings to his many friends in the West End of the old Foutth, with the intelligence that I have advices from Republicans from all over Kentucky and almost as one man they recognize the splendid work done in this district and say the man who can redeem the old Fourth is entitled to anything Kentucky Republicans may hive to give and you may tell it in Gath and proclaim it in the streets of Ascalen. m ip C J, Itlter Lmir, llarironl.Kjr. Jfo. 110, Itongtt femi-nin- ahA Many members of Congress desired to sec him before leaving for their homes and called to find that he had gone. Some of them men who had surrendered their principles on great economic, nnd other questions to curry his favor, but being now functus officio they were not of sufficient importance to delay his duck hunt for a few hours. How like the world, is even the President of tbe United States, his ready visits pay where fortune smiles. Our Alec tarried, and I believe is yet tarrying to get an interview with Grover In order that the Judgeship in the Indian Territory may yet mas terialize. Is Alec going to get that Judgeship or is he not? Grove owes it to htm and I am lor him in that matter, Grover should "tote" fair had deliver the goods. Montgomery has certainly carraied out, with this Administration, all that he contracted to. If he falls in this Judgeship where will he stand as between Carlisle and Knott on free silver? will he return to his first love, which was also Carlisle's, tree silver, or will he stick to Giover and Carlisle and still be a gold bug? If still a gold bug how will he reconcile his position with the free silver speeches he made in Ohio count and elsewhere about the district? However he is out of the reconciling buslnessintbeold Fourth and that condition will not confront him any more. Speaklug of Carlisle and Knott, there seems to be fun ahead if what appears to be promised shall come to pass. Of course it will be a fight between Democrats as to what are Democratic principles. It will place the common people in the dilemma certainly, for who shall decide when doctors disagree? These two men so long oracles in Kentucky touching matters of doctrine. The Dodona and Oasis visited aud consulted by Kentucky Democrats. If the one is to bring the other in to disrepute wnat priest shall interpret for them the sounds that emanate from the rustling branches of a lost Democracy? Destroy Dodona and Oasis and where is the hand that can erect a more modern Delphi on Parnassian slopes and where is the Castalian fountain to prepare for them the Pythia? We, the underMarch 9, 1895 signed, having been appointed a committee of this Lodge to drait resolutions for condolence with and sympathy for Bro. C, L. Field in the death of his brother, Edwin D. Field, would report as follows: Whereas, In the dispensations of the Providence of Almighty God, in whom our being is, and in whose purposes and government of the Universe and His individual subjects, is wisdom diviae and justice immutable it hath seemed good to terminate the temporal existence of Edwin D.Pield, in whom we recognized a gentleman of integrity and high moral worth, who was related to our esteemed anJ cherished brother, C. L. Field, by the strong, yet tender ties of fraternal kinship, therefore be it RESoved, That this Lodge extend to Bro. C. L. Field in his bereavement and affliction, so grieviousto be borne, our condolence and our sympathy, and assure him that in the Friendship, Charity and Benevolence we weep while be of Knighthood, weeps, and that in the presence of his mourning our hearts are bowed in silence and touched by kindred sympathies respond in unison to his deep grief as one paternal family. Also be it Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions be spread upon the mint tites of this Lodge. Respectfully submitted J, A. Smith, C. M. Barnett, f Com. J no. P. Morton, j A copy attest: Wm. Fair, K. of R. S. How nicely Hood's Sarsaparilla hits the needs of the people who feel all tired out or rnn down from any cause. It seems to oil up the whole mechanism of the body so that ail moves smoothly and work becomes delight. If you are weak, tired and nervous, Hood's Sarsaparilla is just what you need. Try it. is President nnd Miss Lllah Carson is Secretary. The good that is being accomplished by this organization can not be estimated and it speaks well for the people for such an organization exists in their community. We left Livermore at 4 p in. Sunday for Huntingdon via. Russelvllle and arrived here at 3 a. m. Monday. We were pleased to meet on the train Mr. E.Maddox, who was returning to Russelvllle where he is attending College preparing for the ministry. He had been home then to Gil a regMr. Maddox is ular appointment. an Intelligent, upright youag man and will be a power for good in his chosen field of labor. We found the Southern Normal University a wide awake, progressive school. Several members of the faculty are able instructors; the building is handsome and welt organized, and the citizens of Huntingdon are iu full sympathy with the school. Board is cheaper and better hete than in any other school we know of, the method of instruction is somewhat different from any that to which we have been accustomed, yet it is very excellent and thorough. Prof. Baber, the President, is an unassuming, energetic man and his the full love and confidence of his students. Under his management the S. N. U. is sure to prosper and grow as its best friends wish. The people of Huntingdon are a sociable, kind people and long ere this we feel perfectly at home in their midst. We expect to be here the remainder of this school year, and perhaps longer, but will leave in time to attend the State Teacher's Association at Lexington the last of June, although by so doing we will miss commencement exercises here. With best wishes for ye editor and the teachers of Ohio county, we are triiTyT Since the Match weather has broken up farmers are very busy. Miss Com Mulr, Utile Fnnnle Taylor and Mr. JJIrth Monroe nre on the sick list this week. Miss Henri Hammond, who has been visiting relatives near Cromwell returned home last Saturday Miss Bcttle Martin took up her school at this place the 4U1. Miss Addie Thomson was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Edmonson, nt last Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Bcrr Miller has sold his farm and will move to Henderson the last of the week. We regret very much to lose him. Miss Agnes Chllds, Rosinc, visited her sister, Mrs Henry Thomson, of this place, last Saturday and Sunday, The social Hint was given nt the residence 'of Mrs. Mng Ilnmnion s last Saturday night was largely attended and pleasantly enjoyed. Miss Geraldine Thomson visited relatives in Olaton last week. Miss Dora Wilson visited Miss Henri Hammons last Saturday night and Sunday. Mrs. S B. Thomson, oi this place, is stnjing in the Company store ord Is ready to wait on all of her customers. March 18 y, Tired Feeling It Is ft serious Means danger. condition and will lead to dlirV trous results if It Is not overcome at onco. It Is n euro sign that tho blood Is Impoverished and impure. Tho bust remedy 11 That ) " KT r Sarsaparilla Whtchmakosrlch.healthyblood, and thus gives strength and clni- -. ttclty to tho muscles, vigor to tho brain and health nnd vitality to every part of tho body. Hood's Sarsaparilla positively HOOD'S I llfli Makes the Weak Strong " My sister was troubled with nervousness and tired feeling. 8ho tried soveral remedies without relief until sho began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. My young-csister Is taking Hood's for a troublo with tho muscles of her limbs wlthboncllt." Miss M. It. Scott, Cove, Arkansas. ut . regular meeting day at Bethel Church and the 4'h Saturday and Sunday is Quarterly Meeting. Let everybody attend. Unknown. Is Next Sunday Hood's and Only Hood's . HOOd'S PHIS 21&.&,XlkmT& Ilnvo ynu Alil The World's Fair Tests jonr fUiburrlptUnT showed no baking powder so puns or so great In leavening power as tho Royal. Atlrrrfltpiiieiit in III Lmigij Wall Paper. 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GREENVILLE, Will practico bis profession in all the courts jf Muhlenberg and adjoining Special attention will bo counties. given to collections aud all business entrusted to his care. VI hy not lo o nt once piy joiir iittcrlpllon. Subscribe for The Republican and the Louisville Weekly C ommercial b o th one year for $1.25 per yenr. HWDSOflE BOUND VOLUME OP P? PrxBfv J' W 'St "Vis?, OUR ''-- - a v wk A PUIUM - Ima. SIXTY-FOU- R OFFER FREE 1 PHOTOGfljlpuiG 8110 yiEijs laches. Grazia. ot At llrertt Orore. W. D. Cox, the young evangelist, is at Beech Grove holding a series of meetings. There has never been such a stir in the history of this little village as now. Great crowds are flocking out. House packed to overflowing. Cox's way of preaching is new to the people. He holds a man up and shows him what he is. This manisundoubtedly doinga great work for the cause ol Christ Oa last Sunday a children's meeting was held, and 106 children were present. The oldest inhabitants say they never saw such a meeting. The Baptist denomination ought to be proud of Rev. Cox, for he is a true missionary and is undoubtedly doing a vast amount of good in this and other sections of Daviess and othercounties. His success is phenomenal. The Inquirer. $ .25 for one year's subsription WORTH 91.00. EVERY PERSON SENDING-- TO Elaborate Cover In OolJ and Colors, tllzhlv Enameled Pancr. pic. 11 by VAi PLATES. to The Hartford Republican. JtU. VUV SPECIAL NOTE TO OLD SUBSCRIBERS Ton can obtAln thli Handsome Ono Dollar Ikx. poiUtepaltf, iy renCTMnisrowIoronojcar. If your lubscnptlon does not unlro lor erenl tvcOu or oonUu jct.etMln your rcLealandUolatc on )om paper will bo Ml (orvud te&molP' sample paper, cent on receipt ot CORRESPONDENCE FROM AGENTS Tjll'.contfnt ol ths art ttrtti c( Tlews above referred to cosiuti of a Mice- lion ol auxv roon pbotonxpala iipiiMucuuwi ui iuo Kjiamuian exposition, nut Is Inraluiblo weU arUiUeaUj bcauUIuL u u CID SUBSCRIBERS I0HSOBSCB1BSS SHOULD TAKC UP TMI AT ONCC4 OffCH so Ontttt. comlitlnu of implo of book and to pa cost ot virapplcs, mailing and prepayment. INYITED. You'o No Iden Hood's Pills cure liver ills, constipation, billiousness, jaundice, sick headache, indigestion. A llnd Accident. Quite a serious accident happened last Friday to Mr. S. F. Kissinger says the Fordsvillc Star. He step;e 1 into the Wedding Machine Shop and in an unguarded moment struck his right hand ngaiust one of tbe inflicting a severe wound lacerating the hand across the palm from one side to the other, cutting the leaders allowing tbe fingerc to drop back. Luckily Dr. Matthews was in his drug store just across the street where Mr. Kissinger was immediately carried where the severed tendons were taken up and drawn together so that they might have an opportunity of rip-saw- s Thought II an Omni. On the 8thinst., Mr. Jos Heywood who lives near Powers found a remnant of a pipsr bitlioi on his farm says the Owensboro Messenger accompanied by the lollowing note. "Please tell me when and where and what time this balloon was found and send me word. It lelt here at 20 1 o. c. Monday morning Dx. 24, 1894. H. C. Gans, 1026 Frederica st. , Owensboro, Ky." H. C. Gans is the little son of Mrs. Mary Gans. He sent the balloon up on Christmas eve The spelling and figures are given as they appear and it will be observed that it leaves one in doubt about tbe hour. A strange story of superstition is told in connection with the finding The aerial wanderer of the balloon. was noticed by a neighbor of Mr. Heywood whose wife had died a few days before. He thought there was a fire somewhere in the neighborhood, but on making inquiry found there had been no fire. Tiie blaze had appealed to him to hang in the heavens for a long time and then suddenly die away. The matter preyed on his mind and he came to believe it had beeu an omen or warning. He brooJed over it and finally became ill. A few days before the finding otthe note he died, but as long as he was conscious he continued to talk about the strange light and insisted that it had been a warning of his death waited from the other world by his dead wife. Think what he might hive been spared if he had only known it was a balloon sent up by a small boy? "Mother's Day Celebration" at the College last night by room 4, under the management pi the accomplished young teacher, Miss Emma Moseley, was a grand success, and the little themselves in a fellows acquitted manner to reflect great credit on their teacher for her careful training and was an honor to that grand institution of learning. IN YOUR MIND And when you want Furniture, come and look around and get acquainted. Our stock is full of good things, not expensive but moderate-priced- , yet stylish and up-to-date. IF YOU are a judge of Furniture, wo will all the moro likely make a customtr of you. THY us once anyway, if only for a 25c. kitchen chair. A littlo sometimes marks the beginning of an extended friendship and largo sales. WE fill mail orders promptly and the same as if you were here. B. S. Ikouisvl lie FuiPiiif use Hanse WOLF, 112 W. Main, Owensboro. knitting together again. It took thirteen stitches to draw the wound together. It was very lucky that a doctor was In immediate reach as prompt nnd skillful treatment will likely save Mr. Kissinger the use of his hand. In this promised contest put your money on Kuott, what ever may be the real result of the discussion the The show Royal Baking Powder superior to all others. l. S. Qov't Reports mmmwmmTjfmmmmjmmmlmmmmmcGmmsmi i..i .Jy. Jjjfy W'''3JwHyu'W"i " I t'lmjW gii"i'')VwiPJ,'')'wl'w'' ins, Misses Flora and Nora Coppage, for the last two weeks, returned to her home last Saturday. Mrs. W. T. McDowell, Miss Jennie and Mr. Torter McDowell, of Victory, spent Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. F. W. Firtle. Messrs. Burt and Logan Combs, Robert Hagerraan, and Misses Susie Duke and Cora Allen attended the birthday party given by Miss Oma Tanner last Saturday night. They report quite an enjoyable time. The singing given by Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Allen last Thursday night was highly enjoyed by the young people. Mr. "Bud" Tanner spent Sunday afternoon in Victory aud Concord neighborhoods. Mr. Atvln Carter spent Sunday in Hell's Neck. Mr. Logan Combs spent Sunday in Victory neighborhood. Mr Sammle Lee visited his parents in Sunnydale neighborhood a few Toucii-mb-nodays last week. t. w v" mm I 'J J HLIIUWJBI to llshett Awarded Honor Worlds Fair. Mr Ben D Rlngo is In Franklort After April 1 we will sell for cash, C. P. WnsTrtnnu) & son. at We cau not credit you any longer. C. P. Wbkterviu) & son. at. Baled Hay for saleby Field & Hoi-broo- k. A DEAD CHILD Found the Graveyard at Render. In Liv Retail Buyers JJ. F. MOSELEY & CO., of Hayli. Excellent Brown Sugar, 20 poinds "OF1 VERDICT OF JURY. for 11.00. CREAM Neckwear, all styles and prices, at UCarson ic Co's. BAKING Dr. J. K. Pendleton will be nt homo about April 1st. You can find a big assortment of shoes nt Carson & Co's. The Daviess and Ames Buggies for sale by Field & Holbrook. We sell two spools of thread forS cents. Carion & Co. WWDm MOST PERFECT MADE. A putt Crip Crtm f Tirttr Powdtr. Frit from Ammonia, Alumor any ether adulttrant 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. We have a beautiful line of outing shirts. Carson & Co All kinds of canned goods 10 cents Call on Bulllngtonfora goodshave. per can. Carson & Co. J. C, Riley has ten tons of baled See the new novelties in hair pins Lay for sale. 34 tf at Carson & Co's. Mrs. V, r, I'ellx aud son, Douglas, Born to the wife of Mr. Jap Sander-fur- , are at McIIenry. No Creek, on the 14th inst , a Mr. W. O. Pickett, McIIenry, call-e- d boy. see us Tuesday, to Rev. L. R. Barnett is quite sick at Mr. J. T, Morgan, Maxwell, called the home ol his mother.inKinderoook. to see us Wednesday. Mr.w! M. Fair is irTtheEastern Mr. II. D. Taylor, Jr., Denver Dam, cities purchasing goods for the firm was in town Sunday. of Fair Bros. & Co. Mr. John J. McIIenry Is ont after a Mr. G.CWesterfield was in Caneys few days sickness. vllle this week. Novelties, laces for lovely girls at Mrs. W. L- - Spalding went to Louisville Wednesday morning, for a few I'alr Bros. & Co's. Cut down in their prime Fair days visit. Bros. & Co's prices on dress goods. We have a pretty Hue of Piques nnd Ducks for spring suitings. Wait and see our new goods. Larson & Co. Carson & Co. Subscribe for Tim Rhpuducan and Miss Lizzie Humphrey, Little Bend, is visiting her sister, Mrs. C. K, Mar. keep up with the procession. tin. Field & Holbrook lost a fine horse Get's there with both feet the this week by death. man who wears Pair Bros. & Co's d We have just received a of shoes. the Celebrated Globe Fertilizer for Carson & Co. Neckties to match your eyes soft crops. hats to match your heads at Fair Mr. Clarence Annendt, Sulphur Bros. & Co's. Springs, was in town Sunday visiting - I'niDAY, March 22, 1895, - 1 car-loa- Mrs. John J. McIIenry has been confined to her room for several days friends. with the grip. Mr. Henry B&kridgr, Louisville, visited his sister, Mrs. G.B.Williams, Sunday and Monday. Ladies, call at Fair Bros. & Co'a and get a pair oi A I'riesmeyers fine shoes guaranteed the best. Mr. John T. Moore visited his parents, Col. and Mrs. W. II. Moore, Hlnes Mill, last Sunday. Mr. John Henry Thomas, Sulphur Springs, gave us a very pleasant call while in town last Saturday. Born, to the wile of Mr. A. J. CaMrs. sey, on the Mlh, Inst., a boy. Casey is at her father's, Hon. K. D. Walker, of this place. Littte Miss Hattle Barnett, who has been quite sick with the grip is improving'. Messrs. W. D. Gray, TafTe, and . Gray, Rosine, called to seeus yesterday. On Tuesday Coroner Galen C. Westerfield was catted to Render, better known as Hamilton, to hold an inquest over the remains of a new born baby found half burled In the Render burying ground. The Coroner arrived late Tuesday night andthe inquest had to be postponed until Wednesday when a jury was summoned. After hearing the evidence the following verdict was rendered: Rbndbr, Ky., March 20, 1095. "We, the Jury, find that the baby before u is that uf an almost mature and illegitimate child of Miss Corda Hollins, of McIIenry, Ky., and further believe from the evidence that said child was bom dead on the morning ol the 8th day of March, 1895, and on the above day said child was placed (unclothed)in a rude box and was conveyed to Render burying grounds by Joseph Hollins (child's grandfather) anu k. a. wucox ana buried only a few inchs below the surface of the earth where It was in great danger of being destroyed by dogs, hogs, &c." It seems that about six months ago the girl ran away with some old man fiom McIIenry and remained away from home Until her father went after and brought her back. She informed her father that the old man was the father of her child, but this story is not credited as the child was well de veloped. The evidence went to prove that Wilcox had been invited by Hollins to help in the burial of the child and that in the matter he acted under the directions of the latter. The baby had been cramped into a box three inches too short and bur. led only six inches under ground. The grave was discovered last Sunday a week by some parties, who, on examination, found the grave to be very shallow. No Investigation was made until Tuesday when it was discovered that dogs had scratched about the grave, but had not reached the box. The inquest was then had with the result above. Considerable excitement prevails over the matter. DEST ON THE MARKET. Wo keep ovcrythiog kepi in a firsU class Family Grocery. Give us a call and be convinced. COLORED DEPARTMENT. by p. a. oary. We would like to call the colored people's attention to the deplorable condition of the colored cemetery of Hajtl. It is out In an open field, no fence around it and exposed to the stock, and it should be looked after. If the living have any respect for the dear ones who have been laid away in that place they should show it by making some effort to enclose the grounds. There are newly made graves over there which have been torn to pieces by the cattle. We noticed some parties last week heaping up the earth on a grave, which had not been dug more than a month which had been torn down by the cattle ana they had not left the grounds before the cattle were tearing it down again. We are not able to rear up marble statues to mark the last resting place oi our loved ones, but we can enclose the grounds so that the graves will not be trodden down by So we hope this matter the stock. will be looked after immediately, If there is any one thing for which the colored man will have to answer it will be lost opportunities. The principal failure in his life seems to be a lack of will to take a hold of op-- , portunitles as they are presented to him. He glories in discussing politics, race problems, religion and cross firing and trying to pull the mote out of some other person's eye, when a slight glance in the right direction would reveal a mote portruding from the window of his own soul. That is true also with other races. But the colored race has another fault, which other races have not The German, the Irish, the Jew and all the white races instinctively assist and encours age their respective races in any enterprise that may be gotten up, while the colored man in both word and action discourage one another. They arc more apprehensive of the colored man's failure than they are of any other race, thus they are the cause of the failures. By their tear they assist the enterprise of other races, and allow their own to die for want of pat. ronage. After its death they look upon it with pharisacal pity and comment on the end which theypre-dietewhen it has died in the house of those who ought to have been its d, Wl r nnrk 'fiiimi fititlpg, GROCERIES & FURNITURE, Should Qome lo HARTFORD,KENTUCKY, Lowest o IN j? rieed THE COUNTRY Aaret Sz, BEAVfiTDAM. A Newsy Letter From Neighboring Town Our And take advantage of the extraordinary inducements now being offered by Rev. Casebier preached at the Baptist church Sunday and Sunday Cu!KBOIr Foreiga CO. night. Miss Addle Thompson, lforton,who has been visiting Miss Daisy Stevens returned home Monday. Miss Teenle Hays, Rochester, came over Monday and took her sister Miss Dester home with her. Mrs. J P. McKinney, trnd Miss Margaret B. Clark spent Monday afternoon in Cromwell. Miss Clark has a class in music there and will go AN ENDLESS VARIETY OF ail Domestio Fancy Dress out Friday and return Saturday. Miss Sara Collins, Hartford, spent a few days with Miss Dora E. Gibson, leaving Tuesday for Cincinnati. Misses Emma Barnes and Anna McKinney. spent Saturday night in the country with Miss Hattle Miller. Those on thesick listthls week are: Mrs. F. O. Austin and daughter Sadie, Misses Emma Barnes and Rosa The handsomest assortment ever shown by any house in the country. Our line of SmJbroideries, ' . i J If you want to reach the people with your advertisement, place it in Tub Republican, and everybody will see it, Miss Dollle Weller, daughter of Mr. Jake Weller, of near Adaburg, died last Saturday night of Bright disease. Blaster Ney Foster visited his grandparents, Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Bennet, at Bcda last week. J How are people going to know why arrangements to they should trade with you if you We have made club the Owcnsboro Weekly Inquirer don't tellitthroughTiiB Rkpuimcan. for only $1.75 Mr. Harry Roberts left last night with for Witchita Falls, Texas, where he per year for the two papers. will reside. Owensboro Messenger. Mr. George rt'eddlog a highly reMiss Sara Collins will be at home spected gentleman of near Sulphur Springs, died last Thursday night, the first of next week with a fine line of Millinery goods for Carson & Co. age about 79 years. Mr. Bulllngton will give you the Mr. G F. Quacklnbush representing the Alabama Fruit Growing and best shave and will trim your hair in the latest style if you will give him Winery Association, of Tallapoosa, a call. Ga.,hos been in Hartford since Saturday. The Adelphian Soclaty has been divided and a new Society formed, Miss Uruma Fair, who has been visiting in Eastern Kentucky, for several weeks, is expected home this week. naming themselves "The Alexan-drlans"honor ofthe president of the They College, Dr. W. Alexander. meet at the College at the same hour of the Adelphian. Mr. W. J Bean and Miss Zada Fer gurson, of near Sulphur Springs, were married, Wednesday evening at 6 iu Clothing continues to be worn by men. The spring suits are very nobby. An all wool suit $5 and up at Fair Bros. & Co's What do you think of this? Fair Bros. & Co. will give away with evo'clock, Rev. E. P. Fate performing ery new suit 1 goiismsunttbl watch) the ceremony in the presence of only ask to see them, guaranteed to run a few friends nnd relatives Mr. Hen- and keep good time. ry Carson of this place was present. Marriage license: D. A Westerfield Dr. Firtle and Miss Anna Bean vis- to Miss Lizzie Nation, James Snyder ited friends at Fordsville Sunday. On to Miss Mattie Thornton, W. J. Bean their way, near Snlphnr Springs, one to Miss Zada Eergurson, Faanklln B. of the horses which they were driving Tichenor to M133 Beltie Drake.' became suddenly ill, and fell in the Mr. Alex Westerfield, of this place, harness, but didn't do any serious After extricating him Dr. and Miss Lizzie Nation, of Davies damage. Firtle got another horse and they pro- county, were married at the home of ceeded on their journey, without any the bnde last Sunday evening. Rev, Gregston performing the ceremony. further accidents. Both are popular young people and Capt S.K.Cox will in a short white have many friends who wish them begin the erection of a .handsome all the happiness married life may brick building on the burnt corner, have in store. opposite T jib RurucuciiAN office. He now has an architect working on the Mormon missionaries are said to be plans and specifications for the buildarousing quite a commotUn among ing. As Capt. Cox never does any- our Kentucky neighbors in the neighthing by halves we may look for. borhood of Yelvington. They have ward in the very near future to hav- made several converts to their faith, ing one of the handsomest business some of whom are so zealous that houses in this part of the State. they are selling their property preremoval to Utah. The Hypatian Society, composed paratory to their Rockport, (Ind ) Tournal. ladles ot the College, of the young will give an entertainment in ColThe young lalege Hall dles have, prepared an excellent program, and everything bids fair for a pleasant eveulng.anda grand literary treat for all who will attend. There will be no admission fee charged, aud we will only add should you miss this you will miss something it will pay you to hear. Capt. Cox says he overtook Pull-iathe lunatic, on the lower Beaver Dam road last Tuesday morning- week about 9 o'clock, and rode with him some distance, and while be knew there was something wrong with the man he had no Idea it was Pulllara. Says he acted strangely, and he spoke of it to several persons after coming to town. The Captian thinks Pull" iam was traveling through the flats to avoid the town, but told him he was looking for some cattle The Cap-tai- n says that after he learned the stranger was Pulllam he was badly scared, Subscribers, should you recleve a notice that you owe on subscription, do not get mad and stop the paper, nor tell the postmaster that you don't want the paper, nor refuse to recleve It, knowing all the time that you are indebted to the publisher. Stop aud think; that we have to pay for every thing the paper costs money; the ink costs money; the printers demand their pay eyery week, and we have to pay the postage on the paper you have been getting, and yet you order without thinking it discontinued about paying for it. Now this is a mere matter of business, and if it fits you.get yourself together and count overyour shekles.nnd pay what thou owest. If you should uot have the money to pay up right now, drop us a line or two and we will put you on the preferred list, but if you feel like you can help us, do so, and we will appreciate it, and rise up and say "Blessed is he that payeth the print ter," Taylor. Mr. E. P. Barnes left Sunday for Louisville taking with him his little More Robbed. sister, Bessie, Miss Fannie Barnes On the night of the 17th inst, will meet him in Louisville WednesAwtry, Thompson & Co's Store was day, then they will go to Cincinnati broken into at Horse Brance by some to purchase the spring stock for thief and about $40 00 worth of goods Hocker & Co. taken out. Whoever did the robbing Mr. Fred Long and daughter Jomust have been true grit as he enter- sephine, Uniontown, passed through ed the store by breaking open one of town Monday en route for Rochester, the front windows. The goods taken where he left his daughter nnd returnby him consisted of three suits of ed home Tuesday. clothing, too or three pair of shoes, The ladies of the Christian Church same number of hats, a box containwill give a candy pulling in the f ing dozen laundered shirts, School Hall tomorrow night Every and one box of cigars. The box body come, but don't forget to bring that had contained the shirts was your pocktebooks (or money rather.) found within a few feet of the railMrs. John T.Martin is In Louisville friends, from sheer neglect. A Gerroad, about halfway between Horse Branch and Rosine. Suspicion is where she will remain for the next man or a Jew will walk a half mile to resting on a certain character who two weeks taking new ideas in dress- spend a dime with one of his own race, when there may be a man next left the neighborhood on the night of making. The Law and Order Club met in door to him, who has the very thing the robbing. The supposition is that he wants, but he wants to help his Masonic Hall Friday night last he will be caught jn a short time. own people. But a great many of Miss Margaret B. Clark has a new Are you all tired ou t,do you have that the colored people will pass the door tired feeling or sick headache? You play on foot for April 6th, namely of their own race and walk a mile to can be relieved of all these by taking the "Deestrick Skule of Fifty Years spend a dime with xome other race. Ago" The older and most promiv Hood's Sarsaparilla. We must not be afraid to push one of nent citizens are taking part. Further our own race up the hill, for he can notes will be given in next letter. Exceptional onr. An not live in solitude; when he reaches Beginning with this week's issue SCHOOL NOTES. the top he must pull some one else we make an offer to both new and Casebier conducted DevotionRer. up. We are too afraid of helping one old subscribers which we feel sure will al Exercises Monday morning. another financially is the reason our meet with favor. We propose to give Misses Daisy Stevens, Addle Thompintellectual progress exceeds that of free to new subscribers and to those son aad Minnie Blankensphip were our financial progress as a race. already readers who renew for one present at Exercises Monday. Mr. C. H. Parks has a very severe year, a handsome bond volume of Mr. Bernard Felix 3 Monitor of attack of grip. He was very sick sixty.four selected photographic views last week but Is convalescent this of the World's Columbian Exposition. Study Hall this week. week. His many friends hope to see Miss D. E. Gibsan spent Saturday Each one of these views is 8x10 and Sunday at her home in Hartford. him out again soon. inches in size and is occompanied by There will be a grand entertaln an intersting and accurate descriptMisses Alice and Bettie Plummer ion. If purchased as original photo- spent Saturday and Sunday at their ment given at the Alpha Baptist Church Saturday night, March 23,and graphs these engravings would cost home in Rosine, all are especially invited to attend at least $i each. In order to secure Wednesday, Thursday and Friday there will be enjoyment for all. The this beautiful and instructive collecspent in Examination. committee is going to introduce sometion it is only necessary to subscribe were The R. E. G's. elect new officers thing new. All come out and see for one year; to renew for that period Attye. what it is and you will nevjt Vegret or to send in a new yearly subscriber Friday afternoon. having attended. Admission, 10c. with the proper remittance, and the Indlclmeat. Mr. Ira D. Parks, of Owensboro,. is work will be sent prepaid. of Kentucky ) visiting his father, Mr. C. H. Parks, Ohio Circuit Court, Mr, Jas. L Rogers left yesterday March Term, 1895 J who is very sick. for Greeville where he will enter at CotiEQE: The Miss Lyda Brown, with the assistTo Hartpord once upon the practice of lav. Mr. Grand Jury of Ohio County, in the ance of some other young ladies and Rogers is a young man, possessed of name and by the authority of the gentlemen, are organizing a Church a good education, has been a successCommonwealth of Kentucky, accuses Club at the Baptist Church, which ful teacher in Ohio county for several Hartford College and Business Instipromises to be a very successful afyears, and has a fair knowledge of tute and the officers, trustees and fair We highly appreciate the efthe law, and we bespeak for him teachers thereof, ot conducting and fort of the young people and think abundant success in his new home. maintaining one ol the finest and best the older persons ought to encourage Before leaving he placed his card in equipped institutions ot learning in them, by meeting with them and parTub RErnnwcAN, which you will see the Commonwealth. The Grand Jury ticipating in their deliberations. in another column. further says that they visited said Messrs. Wm. Parks and Fleming institution and in company with the May have both moved their families Court Wo In. The grand jury adjourned Thurso Hon. Sheriff of Ohio County and the to the country. Petit Jury, they personally inspected day. Rev. Calvin Taylor is dangerously Attorneys W. N. Sweeney, L. P. said School, and having done so, they ill at the Render Mines. Little, Owensboro; W. P. Sandldge, desire to congratulate the county and Miss Ellen Louis, who has been the Commonwealth which they have sick for several weeks at the home Russellville, and John C.Gates Louisupon the location ville, are in attendance at court here the honor to serve, of Dr. E. B. Pendtetou, is convales'. and conduct w'thin the county and cent. this week. such a splendDemurrer to petition seeking to the Commonwealth of Miss Poston Ho irard, of the Pleasprevent the recording ot the certifi- id institution, ant Ridge neighborhood, is visiting desire to say that having They cate of the result of the vote in the her sister, Miss Julia Howard. recent liquor election in Hartford was done the best they could and all they overruled and an answer to the peti- could in their office as guardians of n.IKT Nl'ltlGN. the good order of the County, to proBorn, to the wife of L. W.Daugher-ty- , tion will be filed during the term. a bouncing boy March 7, The damage suit of The Deposit tect end defend the law and to proBank,&c .against theC.O.&S.W.R.R, mote that wellbelng oi society, they Mr. D. E. Daugberty and wife vis is now on trial. It was begun Wednes-da- y feel that when compared as to their ited their sons in Butler county Sun morniug.and will likely continue effects upon society for the mainte- day. nance of good order and good morals, Mr, Harbin, of Cromwell, was in throughout the week. the service of an institution of learn- this neighborhood last week for timSeveral cases were continued. Com'th vs. Ben Adams motion ing such as Hartford College, out ber. weighs all that court juries, however for new trial, overruled. The little son of Thomas Bradley is diligent, can do. very sick at this writing, (oM'oitn. Thus we pronounce theSchool a modThe people are sowing oa ts and are Mr. W. G. Byerscno of the archU el institution of its kind, and extend tects and builders ol Concord Church, to its President, its splendid corps of beginlng their corn crops. Ponto. who has been in this community for teachers and its enterprising Board of three months, left for his home in Trustees the warmest assurance of apntrajrcd. Owensbcro list Saturday. Mr. Byers preciation and esteem. One red heifer, with crumpled is a jolly good fellow and we would Endorsed a true bill. March J8, '95 horns, 3 years old, marked with swallow fork in left ear aud split in like very much for him to spend the W. L. Rowb, Foreman, summer in this neighborhood. right. Any information as to whereMiss Victoria Coppage, of Fordsmkittlp. abouts will be thankfully received. Mure jrn rcucwcii ville, who has been visiting her cous tloa for ISOir jatf. J. A.Barnhtt, one-hal- And 1pLQes Was never so complete as this season. Special attention has been given by our buyer to the wants of the people. It will pay you to get our prices before buying elsewhere. CARSON & CO. NULPiiurt srnuras. Old Uncle George Wedding, one of our best citizens, died on the 14th, inst, after a short illness and was buried at the old family graveyard. He was 78 years old. He was to the last and died in the Catholic faith, and expressed a hope of reaching that rest that await them who put their trust in Him that is able to save. Jesse Magan is thought to have pneumonia at this writing. Farmers are busy in earnest and we expect a large crop planted this spring and a great harvest, so we will have something to exchange for that silver that we free silver men are going to have in circulation. We think con-sciu- ri a"1 1 In ifti m rvrin imnrrini vv ",u,w w M means so much more than srinitit nnrl 1 wwww 7. fatal diseases result frorril r trifling ailments neglected. JUU UldV 1VIU1 IIUIUIVi a greatest gift healdi. L. Poor Health Drowns your paper is getting better every week,and all Republicans and Democrats, except the mossbacks, ought to subscribe for it so they can keep posted when the Republicans take the State House next winter. Here is to W. O. Bradley and W. I. Rowe and the State ticket Miss Ada Tohnson has returned back to her school at Beaver Dam, after a short visit to her parents at this place, Indux. Gone Horn. Died, near Deanefield, Ky., March 1st, 1895, Mary Harden, wife of Crea-de- n Harden, aged 39 years and She leaves a months and 18 days. husband and four children to mount her untimely death. She had led a quiet hdppy life, a faithful wife and an affectionate mother, but was not a member oi auy church. In her last days, however, she made n happy profession of religionanddled a peaceful and happy death. It; was indeed a happy scene around her bed in her last hours, when she called her sorrowing husband to her bed and begged him to live a holy christian life and raise up her children in the service of the Lord, that they might all meet again in that home beyond, where all storms are She stilled and all pain benumbed. then bade her darling children farewell and all was over. Heaven comfort her sorrowing husband and dry the tears of her weeping children. ut c( sorts. wtk Kyeuirtfttllnp A iron Y"fc A A , hiusted, nnroi, hav no appttllt and can't work, btglnatvitctuk InrtharaottrtUa ble vty first dost-i- V ami nsn Utth, a Ipl.tunt lo Uk. g I tlM ecus trs, mtdicln.walch Is ptown lion A few bot from car-bc- itrtnjthtolnr J ihs n Kidney and Uvr neuraifia, ironoies, 'Constipation, Bad Blood rtsrvous aumsnu maiaru, Women's complaints. il r4 1 Ct onlr th renulnt All hn creMtd Mb- - j other, irt lines on th. wtppr tt.mpa w Dyspepsia, tltuLt On recipl ol two m cnd t of T.n BmuIMiiI WerU'i Pair Vllwi nJ book Inc. ". DnunHWlb.IWM.VM PU.ll.vns will It Cures 41 IMjMfcfcMXjMA Jk Thobost insuranco polioy against businoss failure Is an offootivo AdvortiBomont. MOST IN QUANTITY. UE8TIN QUALIT WORMS!: WHITE'S CREW VERMIFUGE! YEARS FOR Has lod all WORM Romodlos. 20 I EVERY DOTTLE GUARANTEED. SOLD 1V ALbnttUOOMTt. . HiretiDMi miiii co.. it. ions. Thus another beacon light, Shines, on that distant shore, To cheer us in that awful night, When we must cross death's ocean o'er. Bv ... a Friend. Hinc's Mill, Ky. Symptoms Moisture; intense itch ing and stinging;most at nlgbt;worse by scratching. It allowed to coutlnue tumors form, which olten bleed and ulcerate, becoming very sore. S wane's Ointment stops theltchlng and bleed log, iieais ulceration, ana in most esses removes the tumors. At druggists, or by mall, for 50 cents. Dr. Swayne& Son, Philadelphia. I rrixt Ttir mm nt woman la thi T7nltJ It.Ut tnt.r.iUd Id th Opium ml Wkliky kablU to h.T. oi of mr bo.U on Ulti dU II. U. Woolltr. AUuU, lit. Kit. AddrMl will b itat J ul xotiok. va ft. Pile! I'll Ml Itcblnr Pile. RIP ANS one oivns Rrjunp. ' jor An offootivo advortisomont an anchor, whloh will oft-o- n hold a dlsablod buslnosi from drilling on to tho rag god roof of finanolal failures. 1b pheus slowly around him crept, and gte&caaaoaaoQQooaeeeeoaooQoeoesDGdseQeaoaaaoaoeej SILVER DIVIDES THEM. befdre he knew it he soundly slept. And sleeping, he dreamed that he Friday, March 22, 1895. was dead, and from trouble and toll, Kontuoky.Domoorats Split mm minimi his spirit had fled, and not even a Republicans Aro Doubly 'WHEN SPRING COMES. cow-betolled for the peaceable rest of Ood-liTHopoful Battloou Oil, with Hypopliospuiloa of Limo anil Soda, e sole. And as he of his is a construcUro food that nourishes, enriches tlio blood, Stato Issues. wandered among the shades, the to ,CI Bocommond oroates solid flesh, stops wasting and gives strength. It ia smoke and grime in the lower hades, orU All Sufforora," Saya he shortly observed an iron door, Special to the Chicago Record. Editor W. T. Pow- LouisviLMt. Ky., March to. Ken that crcakingly hung on hinges ajar, but the entrance was closed with a tucky politicians nrc in a state of oll, of Glaring- red-hBecause there was no. place like the g bar, and Satan himself stood great activity. Consultations amoug ton, Ohio. $WAe.ftvfav pccpinjT out, waiting for travelers the party leaders are frequent and liko Ooniumption, Sorofala, Anaml, Marasmui or for doughs and home where they used 8 thereabouts, and thus to the passing Important meetings of all the state Golds, Bore Throat, Broaohltli, Weak Lungs, Loss of Flesh and. W. T. Powelt, editor ol the Indecommittees have been held. Prohibiprinter spoke: writes Oeaoral Debility. pendent ofClarington, Ohio, Scott's Emulsion has no equal ns "Come in, my dear; it shall cost tionists arc first in the field with a 3 Kta that he was tnken sick with bronchi- you nothlug,and never fear. This is state ticket, their convention having Nourishment for Bablos and Growing Children, tis and catarrhal fever, head was in the place where I cook the ones who been held here this week. The Detu- 8 Buy only tho gonuino put up in talmon-cotort- d wrapftr. a terriable condition, lungs were bad- never 2 py their subscription sums; Locratlc convention will also meet In StnJtr famflit tn Stild Einuhicn. FREE. affected, beiug so tight and sore he ly for, though in life they may escape, this city June 25 Neither the ReThis Great Soap makes home, home indeed. Keeps g could hardly breathe, and coughed 8oott A. Downo, N. Y. All DrusBlsts. 00 oonta and SI. they'll find when they're deal It is publican nor Populist convention has everything clean. Keeps the housewife and everybody Incessantly. For two months almost not too late. I will dhow' you the been called, but both will probably tried local physicians, took cough place where I melt them thin with meet in Louisville. happy. Try Sold everywhere. Made only by medicines and other medicines. Took t chains and scraps of tin, ana The leaders of both parties are latter wants a nomination by LOUIMVII.LE.HT. I.OUI.H THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY. GtLouh,. TKX.lt.lt the conand was three bottles of WESTBOUND daily daily. also where I comb their heads with working ns if they fully realized that vention and Is making an active can eeooooaoooooooowooooooDoooooooooooooooooooooooto cured. No. 53 No. 51. vass witu tnat end in view. broken glass and melted leads, If of this year's election is to be the turningLv. U. Louisville 6 30 p m 7 30 a m Is needless to attempt to give refreshments Anti-silvIt Democrats have gained in the political history of they only think, there -point Ky. Street . . . 6 45 p m 7 45 a m a preliminary victory in having the only the vaguest outline ol the won- is boiling brass for them to drink; the the Bourbon commonwealth. Were West Point . . 7 25 p ra 8 25 a m convention set for Tune 25, when the has derful success which Howard . 7 30 p m 8 28 a m . J,j!riid npo Ho" nJ Wben you market jour chlckcm And eg tit and to Whom tm the divided farmers will be in the very midst of griustonc to grind the the election held the red-hmet with In the rure of catarrh. This nose, and the red-hWillowdale . . . 7 39 p m 3 37 a m rings to wear aud dispirited condition of the Dem- harvest and many of them In conseRock Haven . . 7 47 p m 8 45 a m success is entirely due to the fact that on their toes, and if they hint they ocrats would promise little, but par- quence unable to get away to attend 10 fUOM VHO Long Branch . . 7 55 p tu 8 53 a 111 rfqoMt It, and literal adtancta made 6a lb. tarirt c5nil?nmU bjr 4 eradicates the disease from ty men believe that a large amount the convention. don't like fire I'll sew up their Brandenburg . . 8 04 p m 9 02 a m HERNDON-CARTE- R John D. Carroll, who has been the system,' Instead of temporary re- mouths with CO.,. t wire, and then, of unity and enthusiasm may be gen8 13 p in 9 11 a ra oiu.aio, an 3i9 MunncLLcounT. Ekron . . Louisville. Ky. lieving some disagreeable symptom. dear sir, you'll see them squirm erated between this time arid Novem- chairman of the Democratic State Guston . . . . 8 21 p m 9 19 a in committee for several years, does not Irvlngton . . . 8 30 p m 9 30 a tn Not only is catarrh In all stages and while I roll them over aud cook to a ber. The party is at present sepera- - care to resume the responsibility of Webster . . . . 8 38 p m 9 39 u m varieties cured promptly, but also directing the party in the coming ted into administration and Lodiburg 8 45 p ra 9 47 a m campaign and will shortly tender his colds, coughs, bronchitis, la grippe, turn." factions, but the lines of 8 55 p in 9 56 a 111 Pierce With these last words the printer resignation. The pen of Henry Watcatarrhal, dyspepsia, all yield, surely division arc fast being drawn on the terson will nlso be missed in the camSimple . . . . 9 00 p m 10 00 a m to the curative vir- awoke and thought it all a ghastly and permanently, Stephenspott . 9 09 p m 10 09 a in joke; but still at times so real did it silver question. The country Demo- paign. He announces that he "is enAddison tues of Fent-na- . 9 14 p ra 10 14 a ra Style, seem that he cannot believe It was crats are unanimous in demanding tirely out of politics" and that he Holt Is a 9 17 p tu 10 20 a ra As a spring medicine er an unequivocal plank in will shortly start on a European tour. all a dream; and often he thinks with Cloverport . . 9 28 p m 10 33 n m neverfaillug remedy. It cleanses the Shops . . . . 9 31 p 111 10 37 n in a chuckle and grin of those who save the coming platform. In this they Ohio County Directory. blood through digestion, and gives Skillman . . . 9 43 p m 10 50 a in are opposed by the leaders of the parincreas-- . their tin, and never pay the printer. Hawesville . . 9 54 p tu 11 02 a ra tone to the whole system by ty In the cities. The protest against CIRCUIT COURT. Petrie , . . . 10 02 p ra 11 09 a m ing the nutritive value of the food. anything in the nature ol a plank opThe Xriclcct or Nclllng--. Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge Owens-borFalcon . . . . 10 07 p ra 11 15 a in "Spring fever," as It 13 sometimes "If I get in the School Board again, posing the claims of the Cayce . . . . 10 12 p in 11 19 a in called, which produces a tired out and I hope to, I shall labor to correct advocate has become so violent in the Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney Lewisport . . 10 18 j 111 11 25 a m Owensboro. and Inability to do much one error whloh our schoob are comleeling, Waitman , . 10 25 p m 11 33 a ra rural regions that the men W. Black. Jailer Hartford. John Powers 10 35 p m 11 43 n m mental or physical work, Is the re- mitting, "said a gentleman who takes will hardly attempt to commit the , fifcg-- ? G. Clerk Hartford. Pates . . . . 10 48 p ra 11 56 a m sult of a sluggish digestion, and no great Interest in educational questions. party to a policy. InB. D. Ringo, Master Commission, . 10 59 p 111 12 06 p 111 Owensboro blood medicine will be of any use Mattingly . '. it 09 p ra 12 18pm "We are neglecting spelling, and stead, their fight promises to be for er Hartford. G. B. Likens, Trusteeof Jury Fund whatever unless it is ableto rectify the are doing pupils a wrong. 11 14 p m 1223 p tu Griffith I believe a platform silent on national Issues Hartford. 1 1 18 p m 1 great Stanley Impaired digestion. The 27 p m that there should be spelling every and dealing exclusively with state afC. P. Keown, Sheriff Hartford. Worthington . 11 25 p m 12 35 p ra a has Is due to day through the school course, up to fairs that Deputies Samuel Keown Hartford. Reads . . . . 11 33 p in 12 42 p m the fact that In all such cases It at the very day of graduating. The country element oppose this Jos. II Roberts, Ponteville, S. T Spottsville-- . . 11 45 p tu 12 53 p m The once corrects digestive derangements president of a big company in this course as not Baskctts . . . 11 53 p m 12 59 p ra and com- Stevens, Cromwell, Thos. R. Bishop, 12 10 am 1 i5p tit Ar. Henderson and enriches the blood by purifying city told me that he had to discharge promising but as being calculated to Centertown. Court convenes EAST BOUND dlaly daily this very Important source of that vi- four stenographers, accurate in their give the Republicans a lift. The lat- March and Augustfirst Monday in and continues No. 52. No tal fluid. Send for book on spring shorthand work, but who spelled so ter are doing very little talking con- three weeks, and third Monday in Lv. Henderson . . 7 20 a tu 2 55 p54. 111 204, 206 Iinst Main. Also medicines and spring diseases. Basketts . . . . 7 34 a ra 3 10 p ra wretchedly that he was ashamed to cerning their coming platform, but May and November ewo weeks. mention The llrpul.llrnn. Spottsville . . . 7 42 a ra 3 16 p ra a valuable treatis on cartarrh, la send their typewritten letters to other are prelecting their organization. COUNTY COURT. Reads 8 50 a ra 3 23 p ra coughs and P. Motton, Judge Hartford. John grippe, consumption, Otf STATH ISSUES. business firms. Itconsumed too much j HBPUBLICANS Worthington . . 7 58 n m 3 30 p m D. M. Hocker, Clerk Hartford. colds, by Dr. Hartman.sent free. Adtime to correct these errors, and he ' But the Republicans will be pleased Stanley . . . . 8 06 a ra 3 37 p ra E. P. Neal, Attorney Hartford. Drug Manufactur- simply had to keep changing Peru-n- a dress The Griffith . . . . 809 a m 3 41 i m until he to have the Democrats ignore nationCourt convenes first Monday in ing Company, Columbus, Ohio. Mattingly . . .8 170 tu 3 47 p m secured one who could spell credita- al issues and make fight on State each month. Owensboro . . . 8 30 a tit 4 00 p m For free book on cancer address Dr. bly. QUARTERLY COURT. lines. In the first place such a course I w I "y latum. . I rt Um. k i 8 40 n 111 4 oSj m Pates Begins on Hartman, Columbus. Ohio. "Something similar to this was will enable the Republican leader to January, April,the third Monday in . . 8 55 a in 4 20 p ra Powers . . July and October. told me the other day by the head of avoid committing the party In KenWaitman . , . . 905 a ra 4 29 p in Modern Pathological COURT OP CLAIMS. . Lewisport . 9 13 a ra 4 36 p ra The American Medio Surgical Main street business house that has a tucky to a policy which may be reConvenes first Monday in January . Cayce 9 19 a ra 4 42 p tu Bulletin says: Amoug physicians twelve traveling men on the road. pudiated by th: national convention and Tuesday after the first Monday . . 9 23 a ra 4 45 p ra Falcon . . ' 'The Heavenly Twins" is looked up- He was simply amazed at the spelling of 1896. And in the second place, in October. Petrie 9 29 a m 4 51 p ra OTHER COUNTY OFFICERS administration ol on notas a literary venture to be judg- In the letters which thsy wrote back the Democratic Hawesville . . . 9 37 a ra 4 59 p m S. Fitzhugh, Surveyor SulG. Skillman . . . . 9 48 a tn 5 09 p ra Eight out of the State affairs is open to a good deal of ed by artistic standards, but as a to the house. -. phur Springs. Shops U5E3"10 00 a m 521 p m readable presentation ol symptoms twelve could not write three lines severe criticism. The Tate defalcaZ. H. Shultz, School SuperinCloverport . . . 10 05 a m 524 p ra which suggest definite pathological without incorrectly spelling as many tion and its long escrpe from detec- tendent Hartford. Holt 10 20 a ra 5 36 p ra N. C. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. words, and the remaing four were not tion still rankles In the minds of the conditions. Addison . . . . 10 23 a m 540 p ra Galen C Westerfield, Coroner-Hartf- ord. Stephensport . . 10 28 a m 5 45 p ra He said that people. "Ships That Pass in the night" is guiltless of errors. Sample . . . . 10 37 a tu 5 52 p ra Candidates are numerous in both admirable as a pulmonary record, and some of these young men had taken Mrs. Mizella Tanner, Poorhouse Pierce . . . . 10 41 a in 5 57 p m FOR LITTUJ MONEY. "The Yellow Aster" affords an In a commercial course, wrote an excel parties. For governor the RepubliKeeper Hartford. Of the wotld for a Trifle, Lodiburg . . . 10 49 a m 6 06 p ra sight into the psychic phenomena re- lent hand, and were pushing, hust- cans will probably name William O. Webster . . . . 10 57 a ra 6 14 p tu JUSTICES COURTS. naturalln-stinct- s Bradley, of Lancaster, the ablest and ling business men, but their poor Irvington . . . 1 1 05 a m 6 22 p ra Hartford A. S. Aull, Sulphur sulting from neglect of Guston . . . . n 14 a m 6 40 p m and desires, which, surviving spelling was always a drawback, and most eloquent of their leaders, and Springs, March 2, June r, September December Ekron . . . . 1 1 22 a in 6 48 p in the appropriate period of life, subse- made an unfavorable impression upon their candidate forgovernor in 1887. 2, Cromwell 2. Brandenburg . 11 31am 5 58 put Jont .Wil son.Prentis, quently assert themselves in the the older business men, who were Col. Bradley will have some mild op- March o, June 8, September 7. De Long Branch . 11 39 a in 7 07 p m , . ... . ... belated maternal love and ex- - taught under a system that made cor- position and several counties will cember 7. ix iHimy-jng- c form of Rock Haven . 1 47 a ra 7 14 p m journal, is me leaning Kepublican family paper of the compliment favorite sons on the openCenter-towWillowdale . . 11 53 a in 7 21 p ra United States. It is a NATIONAL I'AMII.Y PAPKR, nnd gives Rosine C. L. Woodward, philoprogenitiveness. rect spelling the mark of highest disall the Howard March 13, June 13, September 12 02 pm 730pm general news of the United States. ing ballots. However, politicians Louisville Courier-Journa- l. As to Miss Harradau's book, while tinction." It gives the events of foreign lands in West Point . . 12 05 p in 7 35 p in 13, December 13. agree that this nomination is practiprofession for we find it useful In the Ky. Street . . 12 45 p m 8 15 p ra a nutshell. Its Agricultural department has no superior in the country. Its Buford Ben F. Graves, Buford, cally assured. For the minor offices March 30, Its glimpses Into refined June 29, September 28, Ar. U. Louisville I 00 p ra 8 30 p tu Market Reports are recognized authority. Separate departments for The Family Circle, Our Young Folks, and Science and .Mechanics. II. C. MoRDUit, G. P. A., conversation and pulmonary persiHappy Mothor -- 872,50 there will be a number of animated December 28. Its Home Louisville, Ky- Fordsville James A. contests in the Republican convenolin g, and Society columns command the admiration of wives and daughters. Its flage, we regret, from a medical point a Wook. March 16, June 15, Barretts Ferry, tion. general political news, editorials and discussions are comprehensive, brill-iaof view, that alter giving such a For Governor on the Democratic September 14, December 14. and exhaustive. A special contract enables us to offer this splendid Doii'i Mop Tobnrro." carelul history of the heroine's case, Mr. Editor: I feel so happy that CONSTABLES. HOW TO CURU YOURSBLV WHILE journal and TUB HARTFORD RP.PUBMCAN the author permitted her to be killed I must tell, through your valuable ticket there are two active candidates, tor Hartford Hosea Shown, Beda. Using It. The tobacco habit grows Buford J. L. Patton, Buford. by an omnibus. It Is humiliating, paper, what I did, so others can be both of whom were unsuccessful asFordsvllle J. II. Oiler, Fordsville, on a man until his nervous system is alter following attentively the course happy and make money too. Things pirants .for the same position four Rosine Thos. Allen, Rosine. seriously eflccted, imparing health, of the disease and the method of treat- looked blue; these hard times had years ago and both of whom have Cromwell R. B. Martin, Crom- comfort and happiness. To quit sudment to be told that an omnibus was thrown my husband out of work; the been working for this nomination well. e denly is to severe a shock to the systhe cause of death and to be misssd Interest on the mortgage was coming ever since. They are Gen. P. Wat POLICE COURTS. regular subscription for the two papers is $2.25. Subsciption may tem, as tobacco, to a inveterate user, Mercer county and Cassius Hardin of Hartford James F. Carson. Judge; without hearing the result ol the begin at any time. Address all orders to due and no money. I saw an adverM. Clay, Jr., of Bourbod county. The J. P. Stevens, Marshal, . L Kel ly, becomes a stimulant that his system Moreover, we found her style tisement of the Rapid Dish Washer race between them is not without bit Attorney. Court held every second continually craves. o B is a glad-l- y so dellghtfulthat we would have Monday In each month. and( thought I could sell tllem. I terness scientific cure for the tobacco habit and an effort has been made followed the hero to the last Beaver Dam D. A, Miller, Judge; sent $5,oo, got one, and my husto secure the candidacy of some one , Marshal. Court held in all its forms, carefully compoundbut that was denied us. Daily-Writ- e band washed the. dishes because he Sarah Grand's cases are opened to did not not have to put his hand in whose nomination would better sub- first Saturday in January, April, ed after the formula of an eminent your name and address on a postal card, send it to Geo. W. Best, October. Berlin Physician who has used it In the same objection of incompleteness. the water, and did not have to rub serve the interests of harmony. Car- July and Cromwell J. P. Cooper, Judge, his private practice siuce 1872, with- Room 2, Tribune Building, New York City, and sample copy of TUB She starts out enticingly with such a them nor dry them, they came out lisle, Watterson, Stone, Bucknej, Finis Burden, Marshal. Court held and Goodnight were urged to second Saturday in January, April, out a failure, purely vegetable and NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE will be mailed to you. character, for Instance, as Edith's all nice and clean and ready for the guaranteed petlectly harmless You husband, but leaves the latter and shelf. He also took care of the house enter the race, but they have all de July and October. Hamilton L. Francis, Judge; D. can use all the tobacco you want, IT'S INJURIOUS TO STOP SUDDENLY more Interesting phases of his path- and baby. I got the agency aud sold clined and Clay or Hardin will be W. Roll, Marshal. Court held on , it will notiand don't be .trpoied upon by buying a ological history untold. As a gen-er- ten the first day, and have cleared chosen unless a dark horse is sprung third Saturday in January,April,July while taking itnicdy that requires you to do so; ns it is fy you when to stop. Wegivea writrule, however, she comes up to this .week $72,50, and will by next in the convention. and October. nothing more than a substitute. In thesud-de- n Rockport W, B. James, Judge; ten guarantee to permanently cure of modern fiction. president of the constitu Clay was the requlrments week have enough to pay the interest stoppage of tobacco you must have some The cases of most of her characters and am sure we will have money all tional conventional in 1890 and his J. J Gilem, Marshal. Court held on any case with three boxes, or refund stimulant and in most nil cases, the effect first Moudays in January, April, the money with 10 per cent, interest. nf,the stimulant, be it opium, morphine or can be diagnosed, and with a little winter. Anyone out of work should friends say that he was defeated for July and October, Baco-Curis not a substitute, but a other opintes, leaves a .'ar worse habit con clinical experience we have no doubt send to W. P. Harrison & Co,, Co- Governor the next year by the railRosine J. D. Byers, Judge: H. tracteu Ask yourdtuggist Court held first scientiGic cure, that cures without the her future novels will be above lumbus, Ohio, and get a circular, roads ol the State as a rebuke for his Morris, Marshal. that about BACO-CURIt is aid of will power and with no inconSaturdays in each month. refusal to serve their interests in the reproach. purely vegetable. have a happy hoine,and make money You do Ceralvo N. B. Fulkerson, Judge; venience, It leaves the system as This not have to stop using tobac--- o There is danger lest In the first too. Times are going to be hard this framing of the constitution. J. W. Garrett. Marshal. Courts held . "vi'Ji It will stages of the medical movement In winter, and much suflerlng can be has made him decidedly popular with on fourth Saturday in January, April, pure and free from nicotine as the Your sys day you took, your first chew or notily you when to stop and your desire lor tobacco will cease literature young writers will nttempt saved if mothers and daughters would the farmers. Hardin was Attorney. July and October. Sold by all druggists, with tem will be as free fiom nicotine as the day before you took your first chew smoke. COMMERCIAL CLUB. General of the State for several terms to cover too wide a pathological area do as I have. iron-clawritten guarntee to absolutely cure the tobacco Meets at Court House every 2d our ironclad guarantee, nt $1 00 per or smoke. An preceding the Tate exposure, and his In their novels and forget the Price $1 00 per box or 3 boxes habit in and 4th Friday night J. S. R. Wed- box, three boxes, (thirty days treat- (30 days all its forms, or money refunded. for $2 chances have been weakened by the ding, President, C. R. For sale by all druggist treatment and guaranteed cute,) laws of specialism that obtain 50 Martin, SecSubsoribors Tako Notice. SEND SIX TWO CENT ment,) $2.50, or sent direct upon re- or will be sent by mail upon receipt of price. general sentiment that his official du- retary. in the medical profession Itself. STAPS FOR SAMPLE BOX. Booklets and proofs free. Do you owo us any subscription? ties properly performed would have SEND SIX ceipt of price. To Introduce a paretic or ataxic paTOWN TRUSTEES. Eureka Chemical & M'i'g Co., La Cross, Wis. STAMPS FORSAPLE OX, novel would If to, please send or bring it to us. led to its detection years before the B. D. Ringo, Chairman; W. G. tient In a dermatologlcal Hardwick, Clerk; S. K. Cox, C L. BOOKLET AND PROOFS FREE. Office of THE PIONEER PRESS COPMANY, C. W. Hornick, $upt, not only destroy the unity of the We need it. We have to pay caeh defaulting Treasurer's shortage be- Field, St. Paul, Minn., Sept. 7, 1894, John P. Morton. Eureka Chemical & Manufacturing came known. story, but would justly expose the for Eureka Chemical nnd M'Pg Co., La Cross, Wis. everything. In fact, it lakes lots SCHOOL TRUSTEES. Company, Manufacturing Chemists, author to a suspicion ol want of HARDIN'S ATTITUDE ON SILVKR. Dear sirs. I have been a tobacco fiend lor many years, and during L. F. Wairner, Rowan Holbrook, 28 26L Wo thoroughness. It the writer has de- of money to run a newspaper. the past two years have smoked fifteen to twenty cigars regulatly every day. In the last few weeks, however, Dr. J. T. Miller, Chairman, E. P. La Crosse, Wisconsin. My whole nervous system became aflccted. until my physicians told me I termined upon appendicitis as his are now, aud have been, sending Hardin has made strides to the front Thomas Treasurer; T. L. Griffin, SecI trjed the must give up the use of tobacco for the time being, nt least. retary. plot should not waste his energies some statements to our subscriber?. by a bitter denunciation of the demon"Keeley Cure," various other remedies, but without RELIGIOUS. minupon errelevant diseases In his " Three weeks ago success, until I accidentally learned of your "Baco-CurA i.A i Don't wait to receive- a statement, but etization of silver and an emphatic Baptist Church Dr. J. S.Coleman, or characters. He could gain variety and I commenced using your preparation, I consider myself declaration in favor of its restoration Services second Sunday in Pastor. completely cured; I am in perfect health, aud the horrible craving for tobacby introducing other forms of enteric examine the label on your paper and to free coinage. On this question each month, at 1 a, 111. and 7 p. m. has completely left me. co, which ever inveterate smoker fully appreciates, disorders, but should never exceed seo what you owo aud tend tbo Clay has not clearly defined his views. Prayer meeting every Thursday evenI consider your "Baco-Cur- o" simply wondcrful.and can fully recommend it. ing. abdominal region. amount to us without delay. the limits of the There Is a decided disposition lu both PerC W Hornick. Yours very truly, M. E. Church Rev. E E. Pate, Until he has had a thorough medical a preference for haps your account is small, but we parties to nominate Pastor. Services every third Sunday training we think the course of a sinUnited States Senator in the State in each month at 11 a. m. and at 7 gle disease should supply him with have co many of these small accounts convention, to support whom the p. m. Prayer meeting every WedfotBKi Is Etjtj 8l;li and Sin, all the medicoillterary material that that they soon make big ones, fc'e members of the Legislature elected In nesday night. COLLEGES Christian Church Rev. I. II. Teel, he can handle in an intelligent manThe ReNovember will be pledged. to it that you do not get a dun. (INCORPORATED.! Pastor. Services first Sunday in leTOld Pictures Copied and Enlarged convention is reasonably each ner. A blow on the head supplied and HhorUiand Thu crraat nr&ctlc&l Dualnesa Tralnlnff month, morning and night. A BPEOIALTY. Remember, when you pay up for publican OollegtM, Therjilva a passport to Imaluosa nnilauiireaa. (JntolnRiio froe. the author of "God' Fool" with all certain to make such nomination, Enoa Hpeiicor, Prea't, J Y. Wan, Seq'y, AdUreas Hpencerlati OolleffO at SECRET SOCIETIES Tub Hr.ruiiiJCAN and ouo year in ad108J Main Street. the plot that he needed, Ibsen's John W. Verkes, of Danville, or A.B. Loulsvlllo, Ky., Owensboro, Ky., or Evanavlllo, Inch Rockport Lodge, No. 312, F, & A. OWENSBORO, KY "Ghosts" is simply dramatization of vance you will receive tbo New Willson, of this city, being the prob- M. meets regularly on the tint and OlaW The third Saturday nights in each month. nn inherited brain disease, and many York Weekly Tribune or the Louisable selection lor the place. YOU GO TO OWENSBORO Wanted. Stated meeting of Hartford Lodge Every family in Ohio county, WHEN a successful story Is based upon a ville Weokly Commercial ouo ) cur Democrats will have a warm fight for GALLON No. 675 F. & A. Masons, first MonEverybody to know that Groves send to Williams & Bell Hartcase of simple mania with delusions. Senator, the candidates being J. S. C, day night in each month. All bteth-re- n should Free. By all means, if you owe us Tastless Chill Tonic Is guaranteed to Blackburn, Gov. John Young Brown, are invited to attend regularly. ford, or to the drug store lu your Have yon I'nlil I lie 1'alnlrrT on subscription, pay up, M. Shelby Taylor Sec own town aud get a bottle of Cure Chills and fever, Lagrippe Bad G.J.ean, W S, B, Buckner and CongressA printer sat In his office chair; his 93X21 gJlOTOalt A.T'aCBIt, retary. Quinine. It will cost The 's Colds &'c, or your money will be man W. C. I'. Breckinridge. boots were patched, and his coat Rough River Lodge No.iioKnights For the finett and Most ArtutU Work, candidacy is principally to cripple of Pythias. Meets vevery Saturday only 25 cts and is the best thing on refunded in every instance, Sold by thteadbare.aiid his face looked weary The U. S. Gov't Frederica St, , hlwecn The real fight is be- night at Mtsonic Hall, B. D, Ringo, earth for children or anyone else who any tutor ilyle. William & Bell, Hartford Ky. show Royal Baking Iowdor Blackburn. and worn with care. While sadly Cm37 3rd and 4th. can't take bitter QuiuUe. The C. C. tween Blackbura and Buckner. superior to all others. thinking of business debt, old Mor-- niauu Hartford Republican 4mmmmmT Scott's Emulsion ll cow-hid- Poruna The Cat Came Soap ot Wasting Diseases J " Clairette i W&J&fk L mm it red-.ho- Pe-ru-- ly I er Fe-ru-- ot y ... PROFIT IN POULTRY! Pe-ru--nu red-ho- ... We Xe&d them All" Pattern prices JFour ... a free-sliv- free-coina- anti-silv- d pop-ularit- y ... ... ... points that makes successful business. 'Uitgjp No prices made so low but that we make them lower. y MARTIN & SMITH, i Q.UAKER CITY BAKING POWOFR ,,"" ,oel. ... M.ssBs mmmi real Valcie xw.u.ic..r.'orro.n.Vd.v. mmis---c:z::r XXA!f,fII'',"'' ", Weekly slews HiSastiSe! p 1 A 1, 1 liffit mm ...... YEAR durance-Til- post-fact- o n, ... sick-roo- In nt i i $1.25 izi. 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