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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1895 hao1895032901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1895 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Till. Alt MirlNINtt ItATtB THS REPUBLICAN Atttt VHItY KRASONAriLK AND CIRCULATION IS VERY LARGE, The Haetfobd Republican OFFICIAL ORGAN OF IHE PART? IN THE FOURTH UAYEYOi YOUR SUBSCRIPTION? stand with Tha Rnnubllcnn. Pav ud and onoyoarln Advanco nnd wej win Bona you ino louisviiic . Wnnklv Cammarclnl ono voar .. rroo. supscriDo aionoo. Will show how you THIS TAG WE DO JOB WORK C0M...I0HAL DISTRICT, VOL. VII. r-wrrar HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1895. BOYS AND NO. 35. Latest U. S. Gov't Report PROFESSIONAL CARD. GIRLS. Ovo YPoBuOAP It THt PnOOTCR I OAMDLI CO. How the Alamo Mission Was Defended. A said to his men: Alamo." Clarle Louis Repulic. .a A "Remember the Claxton, In St. , Highest of all in Leavening Power. FLOAT6 llnmlliil nl Heroic Trxnna I'ollgllt Tliere A lloynl for Iinleinlfiic I.iliirliron- - Iloir ArllturTook Cnre of lllniaelf A lloj'n llliinrr. FORTY N1LLION CAKES YEARLY. otrn. an wmiSms IIEJ BIS ST DITWtIN njl II. ft WfflHH !& Chesapeake Ohio and Southwestern R, R. XJLNTS) iwmMBm LOUISVILLE x ANO MEMPHIS. ALSO FROM AND TO CINCINNATI -- DENTIST. Is prepared to do all kinds o Dental work at reasonable prices. Offico over J. V. Ford & Co'i Feed Store. AND EVANSVILLE. NORTH, Do not purchase u Ticket EAST. SOUTH OR WEST Uuttl yeu liave consulted an Agent of the C. O. & S. W. R. R. Bui'iutT W. DD. X.TJOI3., Hartford, Kentucky, Contractor l.IHITltl) TRAINS, 1'ui.uian JOIIK XCHOLS, suwruns, ni Builder MODKRN HQOIPMUNT. T. B. LYNCH, gin pass, aot otN. Ma, LOUISVIU., Kt Hin iVf Will draw dralls from a nice, leat cozy cottage up to a fine two story f house. Will draw plans free charge. Will make careful estimates on all kinds oi buildings, and reraod-Motto "Live and old bouses. let lire." al Sr?YvvV04j1AvaVyej In - i -- . 3afttatg TASTELESS -f&s means so much more than you imagine serious and fatal diseases result from trifling ailments neglected. Don't play with Nature's greatest gift health. Poor Health a safe wager that nine out of every eleven boys who are proGcient in the use of bowie knife have not the slightest idea where the instrument got its name. Colonel Bowie, of Texas, fame gave the kulfe its title. And when one writes oi the Texas hero, one must needs to think of the battle of Alamo, that' heroic fight of which our American boys and girls seem to think so little nnd half of them know nothing whatever. They read how the brave soldiers fought and held the pass ol Thermopylae but they seldom think ofhow a mere handful of men defended the Alamo mission. How they dropped righting on their knees, and then died facing the foe . If you should go to the liistortcal city of San Antonio in Texas you will see the old mission building standing with battered, bulleUpierced walls, a monument to the 72 heroes of '36. Behind these walls the most important battle in the war between Mexico and Teras was fought. This was when Santa Anna was president and the Tcxans were fighting for their in dependence. Here it was that Colonel Bowie ended his brave life, dying with his boots on and fighting under the most terrible odds. The story is this, and every American child should know it by heart, that he may tell it with ptide when other nations are talking of their great deeds: One hundred and fotty-fiv- e men under Captain Travis, a young man were holding the town of t en of San Antonio against General Santa Anna and 4,000 men. They were the only defenders ol the town and were ensc6rned in the old mission ot the Alamo. Davy Crockett was also with them, and Colonel Bowie, who was wounded and stretched out on his cot. Of aitillery they had only fourteen pieces. It is Utalti llnainem Jlnffer Come kt us reason together for our If in the mercantile mutual profit. world you placed n man In charge of your business, and at the end oi each succeeding year you should find him dropping behind until at the end of say twelve years youcall for a settlement and find that your man of business had devolved you deeply In debt; with several shady transactions charged against him, which he either would not or could not explain to Would you still, your satisfaction. with the best part of your capital expended, and your affairs hopelessly thoustangled with a deficit and dollars staring you in the face, would you still further entrust this man with the management of your business? Why certainly you would not, no sane man would. And yet to witness we are called upon something similar. The people of this grand old State of Kentucky .' Royal Powder Absolutely pube WASHINGTON 0. Baking SOCIETY. OWENSDORO, KY. Will practice his profession in Davfesi and adjoining counties. Special attention given to collections. Office, Bank of Commerce Building. LAWYER, GLENN & WEDDING, HARTFORD, KY. (Once, ore r Anderson's Basaar ) Jne.S. (Jlenn, J.N.R. WetlUlnr. have entrusted the management of their State Governmental affairs to the Democratic party. They have been in sole and undivided possession of the affairs of this State for a num-- . ber of years, during a time too when with the natural advantages and great resources of our State we should have made rapid strides towards financial and industrial success. I ask you in all seriousness have they made a success of the business entrusted to their keeping? There is not a man in the State oi Kentucky to day who is at all conversant with the facts in regard to our State Government; but what will answer that they have not? With our State involved in debt, with the common school fund exausted, having been applied to other purposes which they had not a shadow of legal right to do. The spectacle of our poorly paid school teachers having to shave their accounts due from the school fund to obtain ready money. A large size hole in the State Treasury that should be filled to overflowing. Whose fault Is this my dear reader? Can you conscientiously charge to the Republican party, has It been caused by the McKinley Bill or the force bill? Has Tom Reed Of with his little gavel done it? course not, therefore you and" I can only draw one conclusion, and that it has been caused by the natural and inherent imbecility of Democratic leaders. Are you going to say to them "brave old boys" let the robbery of the people go on, or are you going to say unto them depart from me ye worners of iniquity, into everlasting obscurity where you propely belong. 'When that delectable gang of machine politicians at Frankfott brings forward one of their number for your support for the highest office in the State will you blindly wink at past transgressions and by your vote and influence place your seal of on their past thieving transactions. We sincerely hope not. The time has come when it behooves the people of this State to change the condition of our government if we desire to take our rightful place among the leading farming, and industrial States of the Union. Only relieve us from theblightningcurse of Democratic mismanagement, incapacity and barefaced robbery and sec how soon our othewise well blessed State would Oh ye men and come to the front, brethren of commoncause, how oft would I have gathered you together under the protecting wings of a Republican Administration but ye Why will you persist in would not. deliberately closlug your eyes to the many defects that exists in this Democratic party of many promises and no actions; and see this State plundered and robbed by the gang of human leeches that has fastened upon Will you not the body political. help us struggle for deliverance from this curse. Turn a deaf car to the faiiy tales that will be invented by this hungry horde of Democratic of. and told, not for your benefit, but Join the ranks of the grand old Republican party, and let us march forward to redeem this grand old State in November. First District Republican. 1 idiotic, deaf, blind, pauper and criminal persons in the entire country. Three-fourtof this number is 400,-00These cannot cost the people less than$i75 a year each on an average. This gives a total cost of $70,. 000,000 a year ovei$t each for every man, woman and child In the country What principal does this annual expenditure represent, to use a com mon method among business men? It would require a principal of two and billion dollars, at 3 per cent, to bring an annual income of $70,000,000. This sum is greater than the national debt. In point of fact, if government bonis all bore 3 per cent, interest, it would require al. most twice, the present debt to bring a yearly income equal to the cost of supporting that portion of our criminal and defective classes whose condition is due, directly or indirectly, to the drink habit. By the census of 1890, the total value of the products of all the manufacturing industries in the United States were $9 37 2,437,283. The annual burden of the care of those of the defective and dependent classes, who are the results ol the drink trafic, is equal to the interest on a permanent hs 1 one-thir- d Magnltudo and Coat ofsocial LAWYERS, Will practico their profession In alt tho courts of Ohio and adjoiningcoun-tie- s, and court of Appeals. Special attention given collections. Alio Notary Public for Ohio county. Entortainmonts. Special to Tub Republican. Social entettalnmento in Washing' ton perhaps on juiuore elaborate scaler that similar events in other cities where people ol wealth have their homes. It may be said that the display of wealth in this direction Is not so common as elsewhere Society at the National Capital, is cosmopolitan, and it is impossible to apply strictly the standard of money. There are many persons whose offiN cial position entitle them to social recognition, who have only moderate incomes. They mingle on equal terms with those who are favored with a greater share ol this world's goods, and also do their part in en- Xamos j&.. Szaaitli. TTBB1Y JT AW HARTFORD, KT. Will practice hit profession in Ohio and adjoiningw counties, and court oi . . . r ppi is. special attention civen to collections. Juice cast side ol pubuo square. a M. L. Hkavrin. HEAVRIN Shelby Taylor. & TAYLOR, tertaining. Now that Lent is here.and the rap- attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. rd investment of the total value of all our manufactured products for 1890! Is not this too great a one-thi- t, price to pay? Bv the same report, the total value of all our farm products for 1890 was $2,460,107,454. It would take a fund almost as large as this, invested at 3 per cent., to produce enough interest to care for our criminal and defective classes, made such through .Browns Ifyouirefeellnr cat of sorti weak and generally ted. netvoui, have no appetite and cant work, begin at once medfclne.whtchla .trowi. a Iron A few bot tie curebenefit cornea from the very Aril dote W n'atiM mm 9nr Santa Anna demanded surrended, but the little garrison held out for ten days, skirmishing" secretly for food and water. Every shot sent out of the mission house told, but not one Paol the Alamo heroes was hurt. tience and strcugth, however, were being rapidly cxkaiuted. Some of the little band were falling sick, other were desperate. had been appealed lor, but none had come. Colonel Lamein, with 300 men and' four pieces of had started in answer to the appeal, but had put in somewhere for fresh water and food supplies. At last Captain Smith joined the exausted band with thirty.two men. Three days after General Santa Anna ceased the bombarding, and, taking advantage of this, Captain Travis called his men into line and frankly owned that there was no earthly hope tor them, that he had led them into y, Iron WARRANTED. PRICE GO ct8. o At ati a, Itxa., Not. 10, lm. rr! i Medicine Co M MLoula, Mo. 00 bottle off Isit rear, OenUeroon Wo , m atrenctheninr I3JUSTA8COODFORADULT3, : Bitters Dyspepsia, Neuralgia, Constipation, Malaria, niUUlCH TABTKLK83 CHILL TONIP and bars bounbtthrv irnna already tbla year. In all oar x the WImu. bAT trtenoo or II jfun. m rove druf twlreraaluUt-faUlouan arttl that iiTraoll juurlvUc lour turf. truly, Auxcr, (Una Jt 00 tteth, and It a pleasant to take :: If or alc hy Mllllnmn A Itrlt.llnrirorU Kidney and Llvr Troubles, Bad Dlood Nervous allcntnti Women's complaints. ' It Cures strong drink. We might add another example,but these will suffice. They show that the indirect burden of rum traffic is appalling in its magnitude, while the direct burden is enormous. Both are increasing and more rapidly than the population of the country. Is it not time to call a halt? Shall we not set bonds to this increase? There is but one way to do this, and that is to stop the traffic. Prohibit the manu-facur- e and sale, and thus stop the manufacture ol drunkards, and luni-tic- s, and idiots, and criminals. All that is needed is that the people shall be made to realize the fearful burden it lays upon tbem. They will unite in one great and successful effort to Toledo pulverize the Rum Power. Blade. id pace which society maintained during the season has somewhat abated, an opportunity is given to look back over the post. No doubt In many cases an estimate is made of what it costs to take a prominent part In the life of society. A great deal of money has been spent, and while it is customary to say that the past season has exceeded all others in point of elaborateness and display, yet such a statement is hardly correct, It seems that whatever may be the condition of the money market, or whichever party is in power, society at the Capital pursues its way without much change. There are always some people who spend a good deal of money, and if for any reason they have not the same one to fill their places. While those who entertain most extentively would not care to have a mere money estimate placed upon their hospitality, still this feature make a very convenient method of classification. At the head of the list, perhaps, stands Senator Brice.or rather Mrs. Brice. They occupy one of the largest private residence in the Will practice thier profession in all the Courts oi Ohio and adjoining counties, and in the Court ot Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office, next door to Bank of Hartford. Perry Westerfield, Attorney at Law. Beavek Dam, Ky. E.D.GUFFT. O-tLff- S5 attorneys ggt gaw, Will practico in all courts of Ohio and adjoining counties, Superior Court and Court of Appeals. Collections and all legal business attended to. Offico 329 E. Market St. Elngo, B.D.KIM80 ira.rtfoid, Seamtvicky. R. R. WEDDING Attorney at Law, Hartford, Ky. Will practice his profession in all the courts oi Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Offico, room 20, Hartford House. Hare yon paltt yonirsnbatrlptlanT IIL11I1KRT. CTtatanJTrn!-Mrk- Vmlaei. conduct! for MODMUTK MIX Hy effict Itla ihcimmcdUta vicinity of the Tatcnt Office, and my facilities lor accurlni patent are unurpued Send model, tattler photograph of Inwation, wiih detcr.pl km and lUUfncot at to advantage claimed t ottilned and all patent Ctt only the Kenuine it has crosied red All others are sab. stltutes On receljit ol two c stamp, we will send set of Tan Beautlfai W.rls'a Pair Vlawa and book Ire. llnti on the wrapper BROWM CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE, M0 MfJxo tharge t mad for an apfntpn as fa patentability and ay fee lor protecultni itie application witl ftol b tailed for until the iKVaaToaa1 (.uiDaVcon patent i allmpfcU Utnlns full Infer matloa aent fret ELECTRIC TELEPHONE 3 to 030 Affn ta make I On ta a rfwtdenoa ntaaoa a aala to all tha aalthhora, $ Ina InatrutQvaU, po tor, wurke I aaywhara, any dtitanca Ooropleta, reitdr for I uh hn ihtpp-- ! Can h put op t? any ona. lfMt no nt ont ct ( life St fun. Warrant! A money maVer Wrf 3W P. Harrison & Co CerklO Cofui.t.ir$,0 B cailooi conafdercd 830 F Btroet, FRANKLIN H. HOUGH WASHI.XUTON, U. C V.N Cniion Mrlril? ConfldtntUt. All fommilni iom ir da. nnr Hr J, 1., Cnraon, J. L. Carson & Son, THE ST. LOUIS lobe Qemoerai -- this thinking that reinforcements were on the way. He does not utter one word against Lamein for failing him, he simply ijivestheui theirchoice They can surrender and ol deaths. beshotdotvn, or be killed fighting out their revenge. The Captain drew a line and said: "IJvery man who is determined to' remain here and die Careful Estimates Terms pentering and Building sonable. Hartford, Ky. m made on all Carrea- For CAN I OI1TA1N A PATFNT? prompt an.w.r and an nonet opinion, write to Itl UNN Oc CO., irbaliara bail nearlrflhr rear.' aiparl.ncalnlbe patant butlnru. A Handbook ot Information ooncernlna 1'nlenta and bow to obtain tbem i.nt (rea AIM a catalogua o( mechanical and icl.nlltlo book, .ent free. 1'atenti taken tbroutb Munn & Co. reoelte peolalnotloelntbehrlFntlflflAnierlrnn.amt tbui are bronabt widely beloratbq publlowllb-o- ut mat to tba Inventor, Tbla tplendid paper, I ba lllaal rated lued weoklr. eleaantlrany acltmliuobaa br fai tba work in lartreat circulation of rill Karri ivtnisai ataant flM t k mlrl 11 u tiding Cdltioo. monthlr. liOa year tHDila enplea Vicente. Krary number contains beau iifnl nlattu. in color, and DhotoetaDha of new smilldera to ibow tba housea, wttb plana, latett dealfms and secure contracts Addresa UUHH k CO,JiW YOUK. 3 til t iTABLER'SDTI iBUGKEYEriUU; OINTMENT (CURES A 8URB B NOTHING BUT PILES. I known for IB yonrs as the BEST REMEDY for PILES.! Bor.n iiy ai.i. MKuuaiaTs. rrtttiiiiai:siit::::it:: eo., st.losh. 'atS.JS?AQBli.$75 ium in.ana.SM. WmSm alltse atlaau 4lbH ft a Until ta m.h, llMi ai4 SdM iSaa tlkttl wllta U ktBtla, Y iaa uia SUSm. RriiS), v raia ahMrfi.. paltofcW Ml4i4 V aa I" .eci aMiU4kaUlif - iMhlai l.aaiajaa eaaaiaawvi aiv Im.hU baaaAatsJ alfLaialjka'BfTabBl .. It, l.lifokin, tl. ACO, W a and CERTAIN CURE wk Kswlaaite larritory Tk Mia pSBbX (. Y I l!AUM0l II you Buffer from Heartburn, Sick Headache, Sour Stomach, Indigestion Dyspepsia or Constipation, call at Williams & Bell Drug Store free sam-pi- e it bottle ol Pomroys Liver-Cait- e aerer fails to cure. Kight pages each Tuesday and Friday, with me come to me across that line." Sixteen pages every week, only Every soldier but one crossed at once. When they finished Colonel Bowie ONE DOLLAR A YEAR, looked up, with his arm in a sling, is, beyond all comparison, the big"Boys, don't leave me. and cried: gest, best anil cheapest national news Won.t some of you carry me across?" and family Journal published in And the only backward step they America. made was to go over the line and carSTRICTLY REPUBLICAN ry the colonel to the joung captain's who was a cow in politics, it gives all the news and side. The man Rose, ard, dropped over the wall into a gives it at lenst three dajs earlier than it can be had from any of the ditch, and was verily the only man And who escaped to tell the tale. Metropolitan Weeklies then came the terrible day. INDISPENSABLE IT IS Santa Anna brought all his forces The scaling to the fanner, merchantor profession- to bear on the fortress. al man, who desires to keep promptly ladders were again and again raised, and thoroughly posted, but has not but those who placed them were shot the time to read a large Daily Paper. down like grain. Four thousand men charging into 175 seemed easy Write for free sample copies to enough, but it soon reduced the four j GLOBE PRINTING CO., thousand. St. Louis, Mo. At last numbers conquer, ed, and the Mexicans clinied over Inc are enabled to the Alamo. The little band ol deBy special contract, to offer The St. Louis fenders were trampled on an beateq, twice every week, in connection but they dropped to their knees and with The Hartford Republican for hancked and shot and pierced until only 50 a year, provided you sub- the pile of dead men was awful. Colscribe belore AptU i, 1895. This of-f- onel Bowle.too weak to raise from his is good for our old subscribers who cot, leans on his well elbow, and pay up and jti 50 for one year in ad marks his man everr time he pulls vance. Considering the character ef the trigger. Cut, bleeding, he conthe two papers the greatest of na- tinues to kill until the pistol drops tional Journals, and the DEST of and the breath leaves his body. Davy your home papers this offer kas Crockett, standing In a corner, fights never been equalled. Do not delay like a panthcr.and the young captain, but send in your subscription at onoe backed against the wall, surrenders to Thr Revobucan, only when run through and through. Hartlord, The great battle is over. The Uex-leahave won. Out of 172 Texans Williams & Bell Hartford, Ky. sell No Spartans were 172 are dead. ."Pomroys Vermifuge" the great rem- braver or more tenacious, lor they edy forchlldrenand guaranteed every killed 522 of tbelrenemlesand woundbottle, remember it always saves the ed five hundred more. Texas.though children" and cost only ascts per was finally freed, and whenever great bottle. deeds thrill young boy's hearts, they Or. Price Cream Baking Powder should think of that splendid piece of American daring, and say as Houston World's Pair HI111e.1t Award. aMtetaaaaaalaaaaaTaTauaaaaaaaaaaWeaaaleaaaaaaaaaJB Globe-Demo-cr- March 15th 1895. News is scarce this week. Mrs. William Holtandand children were visiting in Herbert Saturday and Sunday. Miss Maggie Miller is the guest of Miss Mattie Holland this week. There is strong talk ot a railroad through Herbert Now. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Givens visited her grandmother, Mrs. M. S. Miller, Sunday Sunday night and Monday. The entertainment at the Griffin Schoolhouse was quite a success. Miss Hallie Miller visited Miss Fannie Head Sunday. Misses Ellen and Fannie Head, of Bethlehem, are visiting relatives at money. this place. The wile of the inventor of the airMiss Dora Bruner will commence brake, Mrs. Westlnghouse, occupied ber school at this place Monday. at once of the city, and during the past winter they have given one entertainment after the other. In addition to providing elaborate refreshments and costly floral decorations Mrs. Brice has secured the services of some of the most noted musicians who have sung and played to furnish an evening's pleas ure for her guests. They have, of course been liberally compensated, and it Is within the bounds of a moderate estimate to say that one such a musical has cost the hostess the round sum of $1,000. The widow of the late Mr. Hearst, the millionaire Senator lrom Califor nia, gave perhaps the most costly single entertainment of the season In the form of a Louis XVI reception. On this occasion the servants wor liveries of that period, the guests were appropriately gowned, and the famous orchestra leader, Seldl, with his musicians all dressed in the costume of the period, furnished the musical programe for the evening. To secure the latter feature, Mrs, Hearst must have paid a very large sum of W. MI 3S AT LAW, Hartford, Ky. practice bis profeseion in all courts oi Ohio and adjoining counties and Court oi Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office over Carson & Co. WILL Jo. B. ROGERS, K'tiorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will practico his profession in tao coUrta of Ohio and adjoining counties. Careful attention given to all business entrusted to him, Office in Repub- lican Building. Attorney at Law, nARTFORD, KY. Will practico bis profession in all th courts of Ohioaou adjoining counties. Careful attention will bo given to all Colbusiness entrusted to bis care. lections a specialty. Office with the county Attorney, 1 E. a suite of apartments - si a An oflbctivo advertiso mont is an anohor, whloh will olt- on hold a disablod businoss from drifting on to tlio rag ged reol 01 iinanolai failure. . . m A Temperance A stands B for lj llnaaes. A few weeks ago we discussed the the rapid increase of the defective classes in the United States, and point ed out the fact that they were increas. ing in a greater raito than the popuFor this inlation of the country. crease there must be some cause or causes; and in that article we showed that the liquor habit Is largely responsible for a large proportion of the Insane, Idiotic and epileptic, and also for a large portion of the pauperism Now we wish In the United States. to examine this matter on its financial side the burden which the taxpayers must assume to pay for caring these people. That is to say, we will endeavor to find approximately the indirect cost of rum to the people for the expenditures under this head are not a part of the enormous direct annual drink bill of the nation, We estimated, on the authority of lirlnkaiiil Hie Defective F stands forField,whosoloudly insist. G for the Guilt he afterward feels. H for the Horrors that hangs at his I his Intention to drink not at all. J stands for Jeering that follow his heels. Beginner, who takes the first sip. C for the Companion, who urges him on. D lor the Demon of drink that is born. E for Endeavor he makes to resist. grip. l'anlui, for Alcohol, deathlike Its fall. K for his Knowledgetbatbeisa slave. L stands for the Liquor his appetite curves. M for convivial Meetings so gay. N stands for No, that he tries hard to O for say. the Orgies that then come to economists who have examined Into the that facts, three fourths ol the de- classes are fective and dependent made so through the abuse ol liquor. We have now about 600,000 Insane, pass, P stands for Pride that he drowns in his glass. Q for the Quarrels that night abound. R stands for Ruin that hoversaround. S stands for Sights that his vision bedim. T stands for Trembling that seizesbis limbs. U for his Usefulness,sunk in theslums V stands for Vagrant that he qutckly becomes. W for Waning of life that's soon done. X for his eXlt, regretted by none. justifies the outlay. Youth of this nation, such weakness is crime. jtOTICK. Zealously tum from the tempter in tTaJtad IWlrreTarTin4 wemeJi U the Waller aid time, Itat.t IcUr.lUd laottea Oplau am ItM.e (Dr. Cyrus Edson.In North American alalia to hare oaa U.bt boats AtlaaU, Ua. Woall.j, Addrati 11. wUI ba Review.) ttx Ml,aa4 Mat-eatr, leading hotels here, and each week she gave a tea or an afternoon reception, which became the talk of the town on account of the profuse display of costly flowers. American beauty roses, which cost then a dollar apiece, were lavishly used, while orchids and other rare flowers were massed on the tables nnd on the mantle pieces. There is a wide range in the scale of social entertainments, and while such lavish expenditure of money as above noted did not mark all the entertainments, still there were numerous receptions given which easily cost the entertainers four or five hundred dol lars. It is possible, however, to be In society and not spend so much money, and perhaps quite as much enjoyment is derived both by the hosts, and the guests, when the flow-eand music and refreshments do not represent such a large outlay of money. All this sort of thing, how ever, is not regarded as extravagance for those who can afford it, It puts money into circulation and helps bus iness generally. The practical side of society life is not fully appreciated. Asa trade promoter it has no small Influence, and perhaps, the only criticism that can be made, is that some people who have not the means are tempted by ambition to try to enter tain on the same scale of magnificence as those whose bank account fully ts kogees, Attorney at Law, T. Xj. GREENVILLE, KY. Will practice bis profession in all the courts Df Muhlenberg and adjoining counties. Special attention will bo given to collections and all business m entrusted to his care. J. R. PIRTLE tjKM HARTFORD, OlaaaflVfTaaaS'7'4 DENTIST KENTUCKY. Is prepared to do any and all kinds Prices most of Dental Operations. reasonable. Office over Williams & Bell's Drug Store. you Remember got the Now York Tribune Republican and The both for ono year, for one dollar and twenty-ilv-o cents. RIP ANS ONR OIVKS USURP, " ihaaaaaliBta(BaUaaaaI . ifjnaffciirr i..rta iM.Ht.lilf 4 m taa.aafahfc nun '' ".i-- i i.i iit.1 ji ii wm 1. P '1U"1" 1 it UBlr ; LOOK! of LOOK! i Has an immense stock of Gents Furnishing Good, Ladies Dress Goods, Spring Shoes for Ladies and Gentlemen. THE CASH STORE Hats for Boys and Men, cheaper "W v w i J I I i A LARGE STOCK OF CLOTHING For Men, Boys and Children, also a nice line tucky. than they can he sold anywhere else in KenThe ladies are requested to call and examine our lino. of fine carpeting. Cheaper than the cheapest. While attending Court visit the Mammoth Cash Store. Everything bought at hard-tim- e prices. 1JA j- r- J. B. FOSTER, - - Proprietor. OflR SPRING Hartford Republican PUBLISHED EVEKY FKIDAY MORNINO TOE d, jo. ii. noiiens nam a. AMirnso.v -- Proprietor. Editor. 1895. Friday, March 39, Subscription, $1.25 por your. STATE SENATOR. Wn are authorized to announce Dr. A. D.James, Of Muhlenberg county, as a candidate for State Senator in the 8th Senatorial District, subject to the action of the Republican party. REPRESENTATIVE. are authorized to annouuee Esq. 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 Republican party. AVe DEMOCRACY AS SHE IS. Below is a clipping from the Bullitt Pioneer, which, if for nothing else, will serve to show how ungenerous Democratic papers are even to members of their own party and to Democratic officials. The Pioneer says: "Prof. H. K. Taylor is making an energetic canvass tor State SuperinSo far as the present in tendent. cumbcnl is concerned, Prof. Taylor should have a walk-ove- r. The Hon. Ed Porter Thompson is the worst pill in the box, and we earnestly hope he will miserably fail in his attempt at organizing the various county Superintendents and the teachers of the State into a political machine to seHis administracure his tion of this important office is about the worst on record, and he should be overwhelmingly defeated." We know nothing of Prof. Taylor save that be bears the reputation of n higb'toned gentleman and an earnest educator, and surely we bear no malice against him. Neither are we interested in tho candidacy of the present incumbent, for no matter who wins the Democratic nomination, the Recent discoveries have been made turned from the city this week. Miss Hattic Miller spent Sunday in showing that sugar may bo made town with the ladies of the from tbestalks of Indian corn and Cottage Hotel. young cotton, from wood pulp. Misses Emma Barnes and Attye Austin spent Friday night in Hart-lorA case of small pox is reported the guest of Mrs. Shelby Tayfrom Princeton, Ky., and it is said lor. Miss Anna MiKiuney spent last tho party, who is a negro, was visited week in Rochester, where she attendby about one hundred negroes before ed a Revival meeting. Miss Ella McBeath, Leitchfield, it was learned what the disease was. makes two trips a week now instead one. The Circuit Court sustained tho of Mr. P. O. Austin ha? opened his demurrer of tho wets to the dry's Confectionery on Main St. answer in the injunction suit.growing The Quarterly meeting convenes in out of the recent saloon election. the School Hall Saturday and Sunday. And the case goes to the Court of Sir. Oscar McKinney has quit Appeals. School owing to bad health and will spend the spring and sumtter in Tun people aro beginning to get Rochester. O'Brien, Central City, preachtheir eyes open in regard to the value ed Rev. in Baptist church Sunday night. of Rough River bottom land. A few Miss AnnleStrotherandsons,IIard years ago these lends wero thought insburg, are visiting her.sister, Mrs. to be worthless. Now they are look- K. J. McKinney. Mrs. H. Merrick and sons returned upon as tho coming lands of the ed home last week from an extended visit in Bayliss, Illinois. county. Tne "Deestriclc Skule of Fifty Years Ago" will be played April 6th, What has become of in School Hall by the old, young and Ourbiickwalk retorm? most prominent citizens of town. It Our telephone to Owensboro? is a benefit lor tbcSunday School and School Library. Decide at once to Our now telephone to Beaver Dam? come and don't tail to see it. No Our Commercial Club? pains have been spared by the ComOur May Reunion? mittee to make this interesting and Our plan for Macadamized streets? entertaining to both young and old. came out in a mammoth Woman's Edition on Cry Wednesday and the old paper under the hand of the fair TnowTrlephone Lines. eclipsed any former success. The Two new telephone lines are talked OourierJoarnal should turn itself of says the Owensboro -- Messenger. over soul and body to the women for Efforts are being made to extend the Pettit line to Lewis station. Manaall time. ger Boardman has made a very liberal proposition and the business men The Huntington Democrat says: of Lewis have it under consideration. "In the court room a lawyer may If it is constructed, an extension will call a man a liar, scoundrel, villian or also be made to Livermore. As soon a thief and no one makes complaint as the weather opens the line now when court adjourns. If u newspa- running to Whitesville will be extenper prints such reflections on a man's ded to Deancfield. Both these extencharacter there is a libel suit or a sions will be beneficial to Owensboro Can it be that every- as well as to the towns to have the dead editor. one believes the newspaper man and service. no one believes the lawyer?'' To purify, vitalize and enrich the blood, and give nerve, bodily and diMn. H, P. Taylor has received a gestive strength, take Hood's Sarsa-paril- la. letter from Major Lockwood of the U. S. Engineers requesting names of par-tiIteail These 1'rlce. who might perhaps wish to make Good domestic yard wide, bids for furnishing timber and other Good heavy domestic yard wide, 5c, Good calicoes, 4c, materials for the construction of the Apron check gingham, 6;, .locks and dams on Rough River. The Cood bleached domestic, 5c, work will bo pushed through this Very best gingham, dress style, 7c, Good cottonade, ioc, year. Good shirting, 5c, , at Fair Bros. & Co's. In view of the prevalence of small-pox in several portions of the State, The U. S. Gov't Reports the State Board of Health has issued a show Royal Baking Powder circular letter requesting immediate superior to all others. cflorts on the part of the authorities Yesterday at Beaver Dam the bus to prevent further encroachments of horses of Field & Holbrook became Vaccination the loathsome disease. unmanageable, broke loose from Mr. ore the remedies Henry Field and ran considerable and Our people distance until the vehiclesticuk Mudprescribed and urged. should not wait tho action of tho au- dy Creek Bridge the 'bus was torn Into pieces; and the horses were thorities but begin tho work at once. checked. Notwithstanding the accident Mr. Field brought the mail iu Li Huno CiiANfi, tbo Chinese on time. Peace Commissioner to Japan, was llEJtllKItT. shot on Sunday by a young Japauese March 22nd 1895. The following bis attended the singing at Mr. John Will while the former was returning to lodging alter having attended a peace Lyon's Monday night. Misses Mat-ti- e Massie, Tommie Head, Mattie conference with tho Japaueso minis Milligan and Halite Miller; Messrs. ters. The wound was inflicted in tho Reat Lyon's Einmett Haynes, fleshy part of the face and is not se- Richard Metcall and Ernest Ford. The Paity given at Mr. Ed Miller's rious. The occureuco is sincerely reSaturday night given in honor of gretted by all the world aod especial-l- y Miss Toinmie Head was quite nice. by tho Japanese, whoso interests Miss Dora Bruner commenced her School at this place Monday and is aro likely to suffer as a result. progressing nicely. It is her first Two vnunf men. .Tn.ih Sneed. ro. School. Mr. Harry Givens and wife visited porter for the Louisville Post, nnd ) Mrs. M. S. Miller Sunday. Isaac Marcosson, reporter tor tho f Hiss Maggie Miller has returned to Louisville Times, were assaulted and her home after a visit of one week to Mattie Holland, of Whitesville. crossly insulted by a Louisville busi- - Miss Wake up correspondents and give Thoy attend- us more news. A Grken Horn. nus man 011 Monday. ed a fire and iu search of particulars FLESH CltACKKD OPEX met one Mr. Hirst, who at onco InAND ULEDI sulted them and gave young Speed a Hiss Lottid Ciamc, Itlicr Full, PUnt WUcomln, write Press reports say Counti, severe beating. "It give mo pleasure to ejtpreu inr faith In tbo virtue of Dr. l'lerou' uoldrn Medical Louisville's Hirst acted a rulh'nn. Having suffered for tbroe yean DUoovery. and alter Laving- been newspaper men aro frequently irupus-c- d from ully treated by a good phyalcian, I bexun the uaa of The boys upon in this style. the 'Discovery.' The humor wo In ruy bands. 1 w ought to shoot a dozon or so of theso obliged to keep a cattlo and put a stop to their highcovering on tbem (or month at a handed tactics. time, changing the Courier-Journs The Attye. for Children Castoria. Pitcher's V, for Kentucky will be a Ilepnbi lican and nominated by the next ReBut we publican State Convention. do Insist that truth is always preferable to error and while the Pioneer may be for Prof. Taylor, as it has a right to be, yet it should not seek to secure his nomination by traducing and official the character capacity of the present incumbent. Everybody who is ut all conversant with educational aflairs must admit that Capt. Ed Porter Thompson has made one of the very best SuperinBut it tendents the State ever had. the Pioneer prefers let it continue its manufacture of campaign thunder, only it should remember that the Republicans do not depend upon thunder of that brand thoy have too much that is tiuo to resort to that The clipping is but which is false, an outcropping of the spirit that has long inhabited tho Kentucky Democracy and which manifests itself in every contest, whether within its own rauks, as in this case, or in a contest before tho people. It is the rulo or ruin doctrine. Tho doctrine that blasts character, destroys reputation, besmirches official integrity, misrepresents the principles of its opponents and clothes the false in the habiliments of the true that its own selfish ends may be This practico has long attained. and well served the Kentucky Democracy, but the day of retribution Tho remnants of that is at hand. may Still 011 ce powerful organization usa itasaweaponinthcirownrauks,in securing the empty honois,thcEOund-i- n g brass and tinkling cymbals ol'Dcm-0- 0 ratio nominations, but when they come before tho people the lash which, for a generation, has kept the " boys in the trenches" from mutiny, will bo unavailing. They shall be weighed la tho balanco and fouud wanting, aIuIo tho "boys in the trenches'' will bo voting the RepublicIf the Democracy exan ticket. iii:am:u ;itAM. Rev. Ferryman filled his regular pects to maintain staudlng even as a appointment here Sunday, minority party, it must chango its Mr. D. II. Hunt and son, Mr. A M. Hunt, spent the past week in methods. purchasing the spring Louisville stock for Hunt, Stewart & Co. Miss Viola Pittle returned from the city lost week. Cumin 9 Dost In lima.Bjrup. br druexlsts. Dm II Tutu Cloud, Hold Frl and sister, P. Mr. LjpjriHlrll Fannie,E. andBarnes I.uzle BarnesMiss Jl l Miss ret cs 3c, 1 TWmktmmP covering rooming and night. Tbo tinging, burning and Itching scnaa. tlon would be 10 lotonae that at time. It aoemod a 1(1 would go crur. When 1 bent the finger, the flctb tfjtHvi and bleed. It la (or me to describe the Interne pain and .uttering which I endured night and day. Alter taking sir bottle o( the " l!acovery " I wu entirely cured. I cannot praUo Dr. Pierce 0 olden Medical Discovery enough," Bold by Dealer. Impossible Conventions so astoconflict with the ceremonies on that day. County Conventions will soon be callod to choose delegates to the State Convention and for the very important purpose of nominating good men lor the"Legislaturc. The Republicans expect to control the next Legislature, nnd will do so, if no mistakes arc made in their candidates. Lebanon, Ky , March 35, 1895. Alasl oor Alec. One for Buck In the Fourth district, the Republt-can- s will elect representatives from Kilgore and one for Springer, but none for our Alec. Well, I did not the following counties beyond a Washington, Marion, risk an opinion in my last, only asked the question, will he get it? His Green and Taylor, Hart, Ohio, Gray- friends here, men who are nearer to ' son, Breckinridge, Bu litt and Spenhim, I suppose, than any others iu cer. It is very probable too, that the district said his appointment to Hardin will fall into line.asMr. Mont gomery was barely able, only to carone of the Indian Territory Judgeships was a certainty. It was only ry it, his home county, last fall nnd necessary to wait until tne duck hunt certainly reason why any body should was over. So it was certainly true vote the Democratic ticket have uot that Mr. Montgomery desired it very increased since then. It occurs to me too, II the little Momuch, and felt perfectly assured that he would get it. Ai the good old sul of all LaRue should spread him hymn, however, says "human hopes self out over that county, as he is so of deceive us" and Mr. Montgomery able to do, a representative, good and has doubtless found now, that too true, might come up from that land many men have been repudiated by ol Democracy also Where Is Burba the people for the President to find any way? He should have been at the places for. Some men have been Committee meeting on the 6th Inst , mean enough to suggest that Mr. taking counsel with the faithful as to legal qualifications the best methods ol smiting, hip and Montgomery's were probably not sufficient for the thigh, the Democratic Phllistiues of position in question but that could that county, over which he reigns haidly have been an objection, in the supreme, so lar as Kepuuncans arc light of Buck Kilgore's appointment; concerned Make a Republican counthen too how did the President find it ty of the home of Lincoln. Burba. you came near doing it la-- t fall and I beout? The press dispatches in sizing up lieve the work can be completed in the qualifications of Buck Kilgore the coming contest. We will sec you at the Convention, and giving a bill of particulars of those which were considered as weigh- if. providence or Decoation Diy don't ing most with the President and were interfere.lor I know you will be there probably his winning cards, would with LaRue's six votes at your disseem to be such qualifications as posal, and they could not be intrusted wjuld be eminently fitting in a U. S. to better hands. In writing up an account of that Marshal; or would grace well the judge of such Southern courts as us- Louisville meeting for the Hardins-bur- g Leader, I made it appear tint ually adjudicate the penal and criminal cases of the negroes of the South. Breckinridge county was not repreIn other words, with out circumlocu- sented there when in fact it was, by tion, he was selected because he was the editor of that splendid journal, not afraid of the bold bad men. such himself. At least he says he wa as inhabit the Democratic sections of there nnd I believe he was, although the Indian Territory. Mr. Kilgore I could not have been many feet from has shown minsclt to be more 01 a him during the time we were in open Eskridge, like myself man of brawn than of brain, and it committee. that is the kind of judge the Indian and Cad Burba, is not a large man, Territory should have, the President that is physically, but he is large enough for one to see, and like Burhas no doubt acted wisely. While in Congress, Mr Kilgore ba, in LiRtie, he makes himself felt showed a great disregard for law and in Breckinridge county. It is real refreshing to a Republiorder and some times even decency, but that may have arisen from the can like uijself reared up here just irritating effects of that restraint on the outskirts ol the blue grass which law and order some times put where Democracy has so long held upon us; being accustomed only to sway and has so long, in a manner, broken our spirits, to be in touch the wild freedom of the wild and State in which he lives, with the stalwart Republicanism of Mr. Kilgore's apologists will find the West End. Where Logan Pate tried to make much to say in his behalf. But now about Mr. Springer, that queer bun- three miles an hour, last summer, over the Breckinridge county roads, dle of contradictions? He is the of Buck Kilgore in everything we thought ol ours over which we that goes to make up a man I had al easily drive twelve in an hour but as' most said a Democrat. They both each season brings its own rewards "so does each condition have its own possess all that is worst in. Democracy and much that is good in men. recompense. Brickiniidge has very Buck Kilgore would be aimable and much to oflset its roads in its maggood at heart it his educitton would nificent citizenship and its splendid However, Pate was permit him Springer is a gentle- Republicanism. the best man for such roads I ever Irman through force of education. ritating, annoying, unpleasant and saw. Like n Highlander on his native unbearable when lie forgets his better training and casts aside the re- soil among the blue bells of the heathKilgore, er, Pate was at ho n: among the sults of his education. tie knowing less law, v. ill make the bet- worst hills of old Breckinridge, would die if confined tc Holt's botter judge. tom, that lovely vale, father back in Two representative Democrats, each a representative of his class, well pro- the interior is the Breckinridge for vided for "until death do us part." him. In the catller days of my RepubliIf there is to be n change in the day on which our State Convention can experience the first and only Rewill be held it should be made with- publican I knew in the go )d county ol out delay; for many counties will Breckinridge was Giddeon Jolly, now soon be holding tluir County Con- gone to his reward, and uncle Gld deon was a man of valor in his day ventions. Persons who don't live in the too. Now it is my pleasure to know neighborhood of these National Ceins many ot tbem and ol thisyoung Daveteries don't knowwhat adis ippoint id of the Lea ler much might br slid ment it is to a great many people to that would encourage other young have these dates conflict. It is true, men of this county, but I cannot and too true, that the great mass of write it to his own paper tor fear he loyal people in Kentucky, those who would be too modest to publish it and revere the memory ol the Federal I dislike to say behind his back what dead because of their devotion to our I will not say to his tace. ' We, Republicans up here in Mat-iocountry and our country's fhg are are jealous of the three counties Republicans. To these Republicans It will be a disappointment not to be ui uiuyauu, uuiu nnu xuccicinnugc able to attend the largest Republican all supporting good Republican papers and we can't get one on foot Convention ever held in Kentucky. Their first duty will be to properly w,th thrceotlier counties rlghtaround observe Memorial Day, In our beau- us with no Republican paper in thmi. county, before last fall's tiful cemetery long lines after long Marion lines of heroicdead.fromfar off States, election, had only one Republican stretch out before us. Many a loved precinct iu it, with one itlicr very one at home, may-baknows not close. If, however, we had just three where they rest. The eyes of many n or lour Burrel Beards I believe we fat off loved one, long ere this, have could so distribute them as to make closed upon the restless, varying and the county safely Republican lor all unsatisfying scenes of this earth, and time to come. Isn't Burtel a good heatts ceased to long for the pres one after nil? No wonder Republicanence of those who never returned on- ism flourishes where you have the ly alter their eyes bad closed and the Eskridge and Haswell to plant and hearts of sorrow had ceased to throb. the Smiths, Beards and Pates to watC. J. Yet with these dead, their surviving er. comrades and friends and many pati riotlc souls gather annually and pay To MmUe I'll re III001I. their tribute ol respect and love for There is no medicine before the their memory.aml teach to the young people equal to Hoods Susipatitla rising generation the lesson of pat- It is the standard spring tccdicine riotism and duty presented in the and blood purifier and it possesses lives and the death of these men. Dec- peculiar merit which others try in oration Day will not be neglected for vain to reach it really makes the any Convention, Let the day of Con- weak strong. Do not neglect to puvention be filed tor a day or week rify your blocd this spring. Tale earlier or later and let it be done at Hood's Sarsaparilla now. once. Democratic Presidents can afford to go fishing on Decoration Day, Hood's Pills become the favorite because they are built that way, but cathartic with every one who tries Republicans can not afford to hold them. 35c, per box. THE JUDGESHIP. to his feelings. Our Lebanon Correspondent Gives Vent O.M'Oltll. Mrch 25 Mr.Jimtule Leach, Louisville, is visiting friends and relatives in this community. Miss Mattie Pirtlespeut Friday and Saturday in Hnrtlord, the guest of Miss Edna Catson. Mr. and Mrs J. W. Duke attended the Quarterly Meeting at Bethel Sunday. Miss Maggie Morris, of near Jingo, spent Sunday in this neighborhood. Mr. W D. Luce, of Hartford, nnd Misses Susie and Mabel Duke spent Sunday afternoon with Misses Inez nnd Effie York. Rev. Craig filled his tegular appointment at Concord last Sunday. Messrs. Bedford and Brenton Benn; Mrs. Vetda Tabor nnd Miss Ida Hincs, Sulphur Springs, attended chuich here Sunday. Mr. Robert Hagermau has gone to Evansvillc with a raft of logs. Messrs George Serbert and Alvln. Carter attended church at McGrady Schoolhouse Sunday night. Ointmhnt stopstlieitching and bleeding, heals ulceration, and in most cases removes the tumors. At ding-gist- s, Dr. or by mail, for 50 cents. Swayne& Son, Philadelphia. Or. Price's Cream (taking Powder l'llr! I'llr! IfeliliiB I'lle. Symptoms Moisture; intense Itching nnd 8tinging;most at ulght;worsc by scratching. If allowed to continue tumors form, which olteti bleed and ulcemte. becoming very sotc. Swank's ' World's Fair llljliest Ht'.l.MYItAI.IU Awi-rd- . Mr. George Lee has elected a new dwelling house. Several were In attendance at prays er meeting Sunday night. Mr. W. II. Duke conducted the class meeting Sunday night. Mrs. Walter Gray, of Owensboro, visited her brother, Mr. Alex Smith, s". Friday. Mr. Tom Dodson is very sick at this writing. Mr. Ituinilt Catc, Sulphur Springs, left Thursday for St. Louis, Mo. g Miss Floy Duke, who hM bten Mis Anna Ben lor tit past vis-itin- Touch wu-no- t. Mr J. E V. Smith, one of the oldest and best citizens of the county, died at the home of his Mr. Sam Motion, Ceralvo, Sunday evening at 3 o'clock and was buried at Equality burying ground Monday evening. The deccued was a member ol the Masonic Fraternity and the members of this order ondtnted the burial. The ceremonies were under the nuspecies of Ccmlvo LoJge Nj. 253. of which Mr. Smith was a member, assisted by several of the brethren from RocVport Lodge No 312 and Hartford Lodge No 675 Uncle Johnnie's many virtues will be long remembered by his friendsand neighbors and the good example found in his long life ot eight-thre- e years will bear lruit in the lives of others. Peace to his ashes. son-in-la- w, two weeks, returned home Monday. Mrs Verda Tabor.SuIphtir Springs, visited her parents tast week. Quite a number of young people spent a most enjoyable evening nt Mrs Ambrose's Sunday evening. Mrs. James Lee is on the sick list at this writing. .Mr. Willie Cole, Sulphur Sprinjs, attended prayer muting Sunday night. The people of this vicinity have sown a full crop of wheat which looks remarkably well and If nothing lwp-peit promises n big ciop, and now the farmers are sowing oats and cutting bushes, etc. Mr. L W. Hunt nnd wife were the guests of Mrs. W. P. Coots Sunday. If Madam Rumor's right we will have a wedding to report at our next writing. LiCKiit. What is anti-pode- Ciwtortn, Is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic Mibstuncc. It In a harmless substltuto for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor OH. It U Pleasant. Its gunrantco Is thirty years uso by millions of Mothers. Castorin. destroys AVonns nnd allays fovorishncs.1. Cnstoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd, cures Diarrhoea nnd "Wind Colic. Castoria relieves teething' troubles, cures constipation nnd flatulency. Castoria nsslinllatcs tho food, regulates tho stomach and bowels, giving' healthy nnd natural Bleep. Castoria is tho Children's Panacea tho Mother's Friend. Castorio, dren. Castoria, la so well adapted to children that I recommend It as superior to any prescription "CutorU good ctTect upon their children." Dr. O. Osgood, I,owcll, Mom. U an excellent medicine for chilMother hae repeatedly told tne of IU " Castoria a known to me." Ill II. A. Archer, M, D., So. Oxford St , Brooklyn, N. Y. n, "Ciitnrta l the tmt remedy for children of I hope the day It not far dlitant when mother will consider the reat Inttreitof tlitlr children, and uteCattorla leutead of the varloua quaclc nwtnimi which are destroying- - their loved onea, by forcing opium, morphine, aoothing syrup and other hurtful agents down their throats, thereby aendlng them to premature graves," Dr. J. P. KiNCiiBLOii, Conway, Ark. which I am acquainted. " Our physicians In the children's department have spoken highly of their experience In their outside practice with Casterla, and although we only have among our medical supplies what Is known a tegular products, yet we are free to confess that the merits of Castoria has won us to look with favor upon It." UKiTEn HoariTAi. C. m add DisruNHRV, Jloston, Mas. Suitll, Frit, The- Centaur Company, 77 Murray Street, New York City. Au.uk IS.UI4 ' Jlfc toda la Inferior to paotsace coda. - kMD HAj. O ra ilrtUh. ej Imitation trad mark and labels. is the whole story about H 0 a o MA MP HAMEK itt IKirulCTPC 111 iaiIClla. Ma Je only Co SOP. i flour o n xnore thin other package soda never spoils H universally acknowledged purest la the worU. H H o m :B.iaui.niiioM,aEi0Mioi:eaiiiffiaiiROMMS hy church CO., New York. Sold by grocers everywhere. Wrllo for Arm tuiii Hummer Hook of valuable Ueclpel'Kl',lU t a 1 "'IWlPyl " ''"Bfw1 : li1 wiMfyw- - " Jl IJHL' ix - JU- X Jin -- ij A MESSAGE FROM Read Carnou & Co'a "ad " Mrr, C. I.. Meld Is Improving. Col. S. R. Dc-n- jt mi - 'J Li .nnuni1 fat Dring your Co. Haled hay for Ml i nn bm i WC hens to Carson & i inn mmi: jjaiL, '.mm miuJuiitiiuuiM AVER DAM! This SPECIAL MESSAGE is to I (rftcbfltld is in by Field & Neuralgia Is tbo rrarer ol U10 NerrM For Hol-broo- k, Live Retail Buy1! 0:17 T town. Rev I.. K. Jlarnett Is able to be out again. See our Hair ornatnqnta. Mr. D. P. Tracy is in South Mr. A. I'. Taylor Henderson Tuesday. n. Pure Blood Filni Blood Purified and returned Retlerl from Cahson & Co. Nervos Mado Strong by announce that our SEMI-AN- N Ur AL opening will take place on SATURDAY, Mr. Hlly Taylor, I'caver Dam, was in town yesterday. Horn, to tlfc wife of Dr. B. W. I'ord last Saturday, n girt. Wc cannot be undersold. Caiibok & Co. Our house is full of New Goods. Cahon & Co. Miss Mnry Hooker, Stanford, viclting Misa Ilmiua lfnir. is Davis and Ames nuggtes for sale by Field & Holhrook. Mr. H. P. Titicy, Sou'U Cirroll-ton- , is visiting Ills parents. Mrs, Martha J". Ward. Of Deda, has returned from Owensboro, We can down 'em nil on Ladies Carson & Co. Fine Shoes. Opening millinery Monday nt Fair Br s. & Co's. You are Invited. Hood's Sarsaparilla "It gives mo great pleasure to lUto What Hood's Bamparllla has dono for ma and my wife. Bho has been afflicted with nturalgla pains In her head for six yean and ft settled fn her eye. At times aha would be totally blind and have to stay pd, GROCERIES fofeit, T Routing, T & FURNITURE, ome lo MARCH THE - SO 1 11. As the people are not disposed to peruse long, voluminous epistles, and we- are not inclined to want to be considered , GARRULOUS, wo will say at once that we have THREE THINGS especially to say and these are said as a matter of business in ft aarjt room (or months. A short time ago we began nalng Ilood'a Bamparllla and today, than 1c Should Mr. A. J Casey, Owensboro, was in town the first of the week. " to the PEOPLE and OURSELVES, and not for the bonellt of the printer. We have EIRST: Ladies DKESS and FURNISHING goods especially arranged for the good trade. Any lady desiring a special Wedding outfit or anything nice,should call and examine this new selection, just in from the best markets. Now this is one specialty. SECOND: MILLINERY GOODS are important and are bought for STYLE alone. So before purchasing for the spuing we want every lady to give us a call. Miss VIOLA PIRTLE, whose experience in the city trade as well as home will bo able to fit up anything needed from the cheapest to the finest. THIRD: Young men want and will have good suits. It is an easy matter to purchase a cheap suit, but something AB SOLUTELY fine and fashionable is not picked up everyday. Now we have a line from the largest Importer and Manufacture in New York City, which will suit for the best occasions. Wedding suits a spe- Hon. John J. McIIenry made a fly-- , Bros. & Co's belts and buckles. ing trip to I)ulsvitie Tuesday. Mr. A lira. Wm. II. We have a fine display of Dress Nnnamaker An Epworth League has been or Goods. Carson & Co. 71 Judionl, Ark. ganlzed at the Methodist Church. to 'attend to her 50 new suits of boy's clothing reMr. Jno. T. Moore and Dr. J. R. ceived household datles, nt Fair Bros. & Co's Pirtlc spent Sunday In Oweusboro. Which aha had not lYZfir'Wm? Uncle Isiah Craig, Beda, is very previously done (or1 'Can't be undersold. low and is not expected to live many years. My own case was somewhat ilml-la- r, Fair Bros & Co. days. and alnco taking Ilood'a Bamparllla the Inflammation has left my eyes and my Kverj thing up to date at Fair jroods Look at our line 'of wash nerves have become quieted. My health Dros &Co's. they are beauties, and cheap at Fair today Is better than ft has been (or ev y Don't fail to see our New Rockers, Carson & Co. Things that can go io waist Fair uoa,snouaDi HARTFORD,KENTUCKY, Lowest -IN ?rieed THE Varit sz COUNTRY" And take advantage of the etraordinary inducements now being offered by Next term Breckinridge Normal begins April 1st. Summer term June lo. & Co's. '' 1 Carson & Co. Best line of shirts, neckwear and collars in Hartford at Fair Bros. & J Mrs. Martha L Ward and Mrs. Co's Caroline Chapman, of Beda, gave us Mr. Aaron Matthews, who has been a call yesterday. sick for two weeks, is able to be out Don't stop this side of Fair Bro. again. & Co's for low prices. We positively Mrs. W. II. Moore.Sulphur Springs, will not be undersold is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. I?. A well posted woman the one who W. Ford. knows that Fair Bros. & Co. have the line of dress goods of Hartford. Novelties in belts, buckles, hair ornaments, Spanish combs at Fair Colored marriage license: Thos. D. Bros. & Co's. Taylor to Lula Walker, W. V. Lawrence to Lucy Nichols, Eugene Akins The faculty of Breckinridge Norto Mary Kuykendoll. mal is experienced and satisfaction is guaranteed. Reports have reached here that the Factory at Horse Branch was County Clerk D. M. Hocker will Stave destroyed by fire Monday shortly move into the Thos. Taylor totally Loss not known. night. property. Mrs. E. D. Git fTy aud daughter, A large class in Breckinridge NorMiss Mercedes, who have been visimal is preparing for State Certificate ting in Bowling Green and Bards-towExamination. returned home yesterday. With every boy's suit we give you Marriage license: B, C. Fuqua to an elegant cap; so boys come to Fair Miss Alineta Royal, S. II. Easton to Bros. & Co's. Miss Loavina E. Wells, Wm. E. WilFair Bros. & Co. are anxious to see liams to Miss Amanda C Ferguson. you. Their goods are cheap and their Mr. E. P. Barnes and Miss Fannie terms are AiisourrnLY cash. Barnes hare just returned from the Breckinridge Normal is the place Eastern Cities, where they purchased an immense stock for Hocker & Co., to prepare for county examination. Beaver Dam. Write R. P. Shacklett for circular. n, We Want your Chickens, Butter, Bacon and Lard. Ejgs, Hood'sgaining Cures strength and eral I 8jp c .,&. :e3 s and :iiT co. I to proportion and appearance. feet like a new man?' William H. Ndxamakeb, Judsonta, Arkanaaa. Hood's Pills are hand made, and perfect 2So years. am In per box. AN ENDLESS VARIETY OF Foreign Domestic THE HYPATIANS Meet in College Hall and Fancy Dress Entertain the Pub- lic Handsomely. When the old College bell chimed on last Friday evening many friends were seen wending their way toward the brilliantly lighted hall, and long before the hour for performance came a large and appreciative audience had assembled to witness the first appearance of the Hypatians. A thrill of joy touched every soul, when Miss Corinnc Cox took her seat at piano and the strains of music called into view twenty or thirty young ladies, who seemed to be a grand display of all that was beautiful and intellectual, looking like rare n, specimens from womanhood's who could but feel the en chantment when so much seemed portrayed in the lives of these young ladies, and in listening to those beautiful ideas, thoughts, pure and deep. Who could doubt the influence of woman and but feel great things awaited to crown the fruition of all her efforts, how ennobling, how elevating are the words of that woman, who is doing all for the development of her mind, and for the amelioration of mankind? We wish space would allow us to speak of each performance, for each executed her piece in a manner that reflected credit on her parents and teacher, and did honor and credit to herself. The progrmme consisted of recitatious, orations and essays interspersed with music furnished by Misses CorinneCox.Edna Griffin , Em-m- a Moscley, Mamie Ross, Anna Fogle, Jessie Smith and Mrs. G. B. Likens. The subjects were carefully selected, the recitations were of the best selections and all were well delivered. The young ladies deserve special merit for true worth and noble efforts in the great literary work in which they are engaged, for the success they are achieving and for the rare treat that was offered the public last Friday evening. flower-garde- The handsomest assortment ever shown by any house in the country. Our line of fiamberg Jjmlbroiderie And ls&.Qes "" . Monday all the ladies are invited to attend our spring opening of millinery. Fair Bros. & Co. Mr Shelby Taylor has purchased the Rowe pioperty on Washington Street, and will mo vein to Rime soon. Born, to the wife of Couuty Attorney E. P. Neal Wednesday, a twelve pound boy. Dr. Joe T. Miller at1 ending physician. cis Hotel in Owensboro. It is rumoted by knowing ones that two of the most popular young people of Beaver Dam will be married next Wednesday nt the St. Fran Mr. JL L Heavrin received a telephone yesterday telling him his brother, Mr. Chas. Hcavrin.was dangerously ill with typhoid fever. He and his brothers, Sam. Dee and Frank, left immediately for Owensboro. wide-awak- e 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. cialty. This is not mere BUNCOMBE, but business. LOOK AT OUR SUITS. It will cost you nothing to look through. As to CHEAP GOODS, we can furnish them in prices ranging from $4.25 to $10.00. Now, we have one other "SPECIAL," . You will and that, is to want to re arrange your rooms and we have You can a fine LINE of CARPETS. come and buy oft its bolts the very finest outfit for your rooms. We are Headquarters for Carpets, suitable for family rooms, parlors, halls &c. We have just fitted up our large 'Masonsic Hall" beautifully. Write us or call. Now Finally and generally wo are headquarters for everything wanted by the people. In staples, we are "right up and the prices 'are right down." House-keepers- Notice the "ad" of Hocker & Co., live merchants, of Beaver Dam They recognize- - the value ol The Rbpudlican for reaching the majority of the people, and the peoMr. Alfted McCain, of Curdsville, had the misfortune of losing his ple will get value for their money house and contents by fire last Sunday when they trade wjth them . ninght. Loss unknown. ' In another place in this issue you Mr. Wm. Newbold and Miss Carrie will find an "ad" for Edward Rose Smith, of near Owensboro, were mar& Co., Merchant Tailors of Chicago, ried last evening at the home of the represented here by Messrs. Carson & bride's father Mr. D. L. Smith. Co., the popular merchants. Henry Carson can take your measure for a Miss Mattic Bennett has arrival to suit and when you put it on you will take charge of Fair Bros, & Co's Milne one of the best dressed men in the linery Store. She is an experienced country. Milliner, and will give satisfaction. Among the many Insurance ComRemember that with every man's doing suit of clothes ovei $10 oo wc give panies perhaps, business in this State none, ranks you an elegant watch, guaranteed to United States Life, of higher than the New York, keep correct time at Fair Bros. & in this District by the genCo's. ial, Col. S. R. Dent, of Mr. Jas. JL Hoover, living cm Leitchfield. Col. Dent has written Griffin Avenue, lost his house and more policies in this section than anyone conld have anticipated. He some of the contents by fire Wednesday night. It was coveied by iusuo is now in Hartlord for a few days, and should you desire to take out a policy it would pay you to see him. The work of Breckinridge Normal College, at Hardinsburg, has so ins Awarded creased that Prof. P. B. Hays.a teachHighest Honors World's Fair. er of rare attainment, has been added to the faculty. whole-soule- Rev. J. R. McAfee, of Elkton, was in town Saturday and Sunday and preached two excllent sermons at the Methodist church. CARSON & CO. ficiggies, Carriages, pring Wagons, m Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. I'rofrrniiime For the closing exercises of the No Creek "Sunny Side" Literary Society to be rendered Friday night, April 5, 1895: (arls Lighter, Better and Cheaper - than Ever. Mr. Will Thomas, of near Yelving-ton- , has bought n farm near Sulphur Springs, and has moved onto same. Mr. Thomas is a first-l- ass farmer, and Ohfo cou nty always welcomes such citizens. 'DEL li&WJUlU! CREAM The Finest and the Cheapest LADIES, GENTLEMEN and CHILDREN. Vfe have Prints, Tickings, Plaids, Domestics, Cotton Jcans.C'ottonades, Ac, "dirt cheap." GROCERIES, HARDWARE, TINWARE, &o., &o. FURNITURE to suit anybody, and for any purpose, "Parlor Sets," Wo have SHOES of every variety. In this week's issue you will find the "ad" of Evans Bros., Importing Tailors, of Owensboro. Messrs. Evans are young nnd very popular gentlefor men, who have built up an extensive trade throughout the Green River country, and this spring they are of- BAKING "lied Room Sets," Sales, cheap goods in lota and will sell cheap. Wo will remind our farmer friends that we have on haud tho Old Reliable Raw Bones, Ac, for com, oats aud clover, nlsr, "Homestead" tor tobacco aud gardens, prices. Tlieso we have in car-loa- fering some special inducements in outer garmeuts.lWhen you want good clothes; good fits, &c., Call on them nnd jay you saw their "id" in Tint RurunuCAN, nnd you will get something nice. IWDIR MOST PERFECT MADE. Free A puts Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. Song by chorister. Comic reading Ellis Foster. Declamation Howard Ellis. Music. reading lohn Carson, Select Recitation Hulah Bennett. Comic reading Ernest Ellis. Music. Essay C. B. Hays. Stump speech W. A. Edwards. Comic declamation J, P. Foster. Music. Essay Lydia Ward. Declamation lesse Foster. Resolved "That the pen wields a gi eater influence in shaping the destiny of Nations than the sword," Affirmative. J. P. Foster; Negative, Elmo Williams. Music. Recess. Dialogue Robert Carson, Etta McCormick and John McCormick. Essay Elmo Williams. Autobiography A. Ward. Recitation Ernest Bennett and Beula Barnett. Select song J. P. Foster. Paper Editor, Etta McCormick, Associates, Ernest Ellis and Prudie Bennett. Closing address Elmo Williams E1.119 Call and see our Itubber Tire and 1,000 mile axle Buggies. We lead in Buggies, Harness and Saddlery Goods. 110 & 112 Main St. and 209 Allen Street, JOHN G. ) DELKER, O'T'srozi.s.TDOirOi. "ELy. - J. PFostkr, m Williams, I fCora- - d lots and sell at car-loa- d Gel in ymir wogone, and bring your families. Resp'y, Bring us your good COUNTRY PRODUCE and CASH. i Plf CD III? ftMarch 28, 1890. Eft Dam, Beaver Pridw, March 19, 1895, m W WRlMlmWW&imMm JJ We take pleasure in calling the attention of our readers to the "ad" of Delker, the buggy and harness man, ol Owensboro, iu this week's paper, Mr Delker has an extensive business s goods. When nnd deals in in Owensboro and you need anything in his line, call 011 him, and mention Tub Rni'unLiCAN and you will get a bargain in whatever you buy. fiist-clas- (announce to the . of Hartf ord and Workmanship Supe-,- T readers of The rior to anyin the State Republican that our Spring Stock comprises all the novelties of tho season, as well as tho staples, and for satisfaction you should call and see us. Prices the Lowest, Goods the Newest, the Best, It is onr pleasure to cit-F.- ts cash. After April 1 we will sell-fC. P. Westfrpild & son. at or Call ou Bulliugtonfora good shave. of Beaver Dam will be dedicated on the first by Rev. J. W.Turncr, We can not credit you any longer. Sunday in May There will be service's C, P. WHHTiuu'ir,n & son. at. of Louisville. at 10:30 a. in., 3:30 p. m. and 7:30 How nte peoplegoing to know why p. m. on Sunday. Everybody In the they .should trade with you (1 you county is invited to attend with a don't tell It through Tim Rwusucan. well filled basket, and bring someNow, we hope the We have made arrangements to one with you. club the Owensboro Weekly Inquirer people will understand that a are with This Riu'udmcan for only $1.75 Invited to come, regardless of name or or order. There will be other men per year fur the two papers. . so everyone of ability in attendance, will have on opportunity to hear some Cry Come. Yours, able preaching, J. B. Prruyman. 33 8t 34 J. C. Riley has ten tons liny for sale. of baled tf Mew 4'lilircli. The first M. E. Church When JUlr waa (let, wo can her Cutorla. When tha va a ChiU, the crlivl tot Caitorla, clung to Cutoria. Y7heo lie became When the had CblUren,thgaTe them CVutorta. EVANS BROS., )mlig Importing Tailors, 106 Main Street, Owensboro, Kentucky. ?OST IM DON'T FORGHT THAT B.F.MOSELEY&CO. SaaaBaTX '" " f 12' ') P"" ' " "' rrYVm't Yet on hand on the Sulphur Springs Hoad onelmlf mile of Hartford City; have ju.t received a largo OintmrnT. AS "Mow lo Cure nil fikiu DUeaut," Simply apply "Swayne'a Ointment. ' ' No internal medicine required. . Cures tetter, eczema, itch, all eruptions on the face, nose, &c.,leav-inthe skin clear, white and healthy. Its great healing nnd curative powers are possessed by no other remedy. Ask your druggist for Swaynh's g QUANTITY. DESTIH OUAUT 22 Children for Pitcher's Castorla. sented by Repre- CARSON & CO. Mr. Bulllngton will give you the We can fit you in tbo BEBTgoods best thave and will trim your hair in and BEST bargains. the latest style if you will give him B. F.MOHELEY&CO, a call. Stock of Groceries, 34 lyr. F FOR SO YEARS Has led all WORM Remedial. EVERY I0TTLE IVARJUITEEI ' old x am. BKuaaiaTtt. aicjaw i(iii ci., it. Ukh. WORMS!! vermifuge; WHITE'S CREAM p$ Hartford Hopublican mday, March Now- -. , tho Tlmo tomako Money. e, Last month I cleared, after paying nil expenses, $175.46; the month $159 93, and have nt the same time attended to my regular business. I believe anyone, anywhere can do a s well, as I have not a particularly good location and no experience. When you have an article that every iamily wants, it is very easy selling It. It seems strange' that n good, cheap Dish Washer was never before placed on the market. With the Climax, which sells at $5, you can wash and dry the dishes for a family in two The llnrtlnnl l'liolo Car. t.OUIHVIM.E.HT. I.OU1H ATEX.H.B Rt.Lonlf. A. D. Taylor, the Beaver Dam WESTBOUND dally dally. No. 53 No. si has located his Photo Car Louisville 6 in Hartford and will make Pictures Lv. U. Street . . . 6 30 p m 7 30 a m Ky. 45 p m 7 4s a m Monday here every alt day West Point . . 7 25 p m 8 25 a m It depend upon How and When yoa market jroor chickens and taut and lo Whom to in the Hartford Photo Car. Mr. Howard 7 30 p in 8 28 a in Willowdale . . . 7 39 p m 8 37 a m Taylor will be found at his home Rock Haven . 7 47 p m 8 45 a m man. No woman will succeed who gallery in Beaver Dam balance of the Long Branch . 7 55Pm8 53am reqneet It, and liberal advances made on the lar?rt conilirnmrnte by time. We are glad to say he ranks Brandenburg . . 8 04 p til 9 02 a 111 takes refuge behind her skirts, but, HERNDON-CARTE- R CO., , 8 13 pin 9 11 am 313,316, 3IT 4.310 MUnFIELLCOUrtT. Ekron like a soldier, must be ready to obey up with the ablest Photographers in . , LOUISVILLE. KY. Guston . . . . 8 21 p ra 9 19 a m work guaranthe State. First-claswithout asking questions. If a disaIrvington . . . 830pm 930a m teed. greeable assignment be given her be8 38 p m 9 39 u m Webster . . . "When beauty comes he takes it; cause there is no man available, she Lodiburg 8 45 P m 9 47 a m If there is none he makes it." 8 55 p m 9 56 a 111 Pierce should consider it a compliment. It Samnle 9 00 pm 10 00 a should be her ambition to take an Stepheusport 9 09 p m 10 09 a m active part in all the questions of the Have you nttcniltu to your dudes pajrioeyoar auarrlptloa? day, and not be content to remain in Cloverport a limited and narrow sphere, with no 9 28 p in 10 33 a in Ohio County Directory. Shops . . 931 pm 1037 am ambition for widening out. I should Skillman . 9 43 p m 10 50 a 111 consider it much more humiliating to superfluous. Hawesville 9 54 p in 1 1 02 a m acbe thought incapable for the work. CIRCUIT COURT. How's ThU!a Petrie . . 10 02 p in 11 09 a m It is not enough to "keep store" in Owens-borHon. W. T. Owen.Judge We offer One Hundred' Dollars ReOne disadvantage a woman labors Falcon 1007 p m 11 15 a m these days, but,in order to keep your Cayce 10 12 p m 11 19 a ra business going at a pace that your ward for any caseof Catarrh that can- under is that she often thinks she Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney Lewisport . . 10 18 p m 11 25 a m rival can't outstrip, you've got to let not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. must not be told that she has not done Owensboro. Waltman . . 10 25 p m 11 33 a m moderate-priced- , P. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., To- her work satisfactorily. Why should John W. Black, Jailer Hartford. the public know what you are doing. Powers 10 35 p 111 n 43 a m ledo, O. We the undersigned, have she not be told? It is the usual exG. B. Likens, Clerk Hartford. . . . . 10 48 p m 1 1 56 a m Pates You may know all about it yourself; B. D. Ringo, Master CommissionOwensboro . . 10 59 p 111 12 06 p m you may know that you have the best known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 perience of woman that there is less er Hartford. Mattinnly . . it 09pm 1218pm years, and belleve.hlm perfectly hon- sentiment about a newspaper office store in town, equipped with every G. B. Likens, Trusteeof Jury Fund Griffith . . . 11 14 P m 12 23 p m orably in all business transactions than any other place in the world. Hartford. facility for doing business properly, 11 18 p tu 12 27 pm Stanley C. P. Keown, Sheriff Hartford. Worthington . 11 25 p 111 12 35 p m and lots of other people know it, too and financially able to carry out any Tears are not a factor in journalism. Reads . . . . n 33 p in 12 42 p m The average woman who is 1 wage-- , Deputies Samuel Keown Hartford. they gradually find it out by teN obligation made by their firm. Spottsville . . 11 45 P ni 12 53 p m WEsr & Truax, Wholesale Drug- earner has no time for sentiment and Jos. II. Roberts, Ford3ville, S. T ling another but the great public Stevens. Cromwell, Thos. R. Bishop, Basketts . . . 11 53 p m 12 59 p m don't know it, until their attention is gists, Toledo.O. Walding.Kinnan & weeping in the routin e of business. Centertown. 12 10 a m 115pm Ar. Henderson Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Tole-- This is the day ot hustling, and to Court convenes first Monday in sharply called to the fact by intelliEAST BOUND dialy daily reap success one has ever to be on March and August and continues No. 52. No. 54. gent, forcefuladvertlsiug. It is wonHall's Catarrh Cure is taken in- the alert. There is no such thing as three weeks, and third Monday in Lv. Henderson . . 7 20 a ra 2 55 p m derful how the work of years can be May and November ewo weeks, Basketts . . . . 7 34 a m 3 10 p ra accomplished in a few brief months ternally, acting directly upon the routine in the highest and best class Spottsville . . . 7 42 a m 3 16 p tu COUNTY COURT. blood and mucuous surfaces of the of journalistic work. There must be 8 50 a m 3 23 p m Reads by the right kind of publicity. Many John P. Morton, Judge Hartford. Worthington . . 7 58 a in 3 30 p m business man has been system. Trice 75c. per bottle. Sold an ambition to do better and to excel a D. M. Hocker, Clerk Hartford. by all Druggists. Testimonials free. other, and to faithfully perform eac h Stanley . . . . 8 06 a m 3 37 p in E. P. Neal, Attorney Hartford. forced from obscurity into the favorGriffith . . . . 8 09 a ra 3 41 ji m Court convenes first Monday in able notice of the public eye, and then GEOIME WILLIAM CHILDS duty. Mattingly . . . 8 17 a m 3 47 p ra each month. ' Strange as it may seem, for it is kept there through each succeeding Owensboro . . . 8 30 n m 4 00 p ra QUARTERLY COURT. 8 40 a 111 4 08 p m I Pates certainly going back on her record, year as steady and strong as the Why Ho Was Loved and Begins on the third Monday in Honored 8 55 a m 4 20 p in i Powers . . many women do not possess the news January, April, July and October. sparkling stream that unites the vast by His Countrymen. Waltman 905 a m 4 29 p ra COURT OF CLAIMS. ocean with its humble source in the instinct as powerfully as man. The Lewisport 9 13 a m 4 36 p m news quality always predominates Convenes first Monday in January distant hills. Cayce lie Solrecl a rroblem, Snlil by Many to Do 9 19 a m 4 42 p ra and Tuesday after the first Monday Without Solution, by Ilulldluc it MlEhljr . . 9 23 a m 4 45 p ra Falcon . . in the editor's eyes. A piece of news The present year is likely to be UuilntM Without SwerTlng from Petrie 9 29 n m 4 51 p m may be worth everything to day in October. very favorable for intelligent adverthe Moral Law. Hawesville . . . 9 37 a ra 4 59 p m OTHER COUNTY OFFICERS and nothing tomorrow. In all cases tising. After so long a period of . . 9 48 a m 5 09 p in Skillmau G. S. Fitzhugh, Surveyor SulS All.rro. "Mr. Chllds alone, perhaps, of .. . ... tIMIV. . I Vf ! I trade depression the revival is apt to of Americans without other than pri- - the end does not justify the means, phur Springs. Shops . , .' . . 10 00 a ra 5 21 p m .. l . in' Cloverport Z II. Shultz, School Superin10 05 a 111524 p ra be much the same as a sick man risT-l- z.vato station or without literary but no where is it mors profitable Holt 10 20 a ra 5 36 p m Hartford. ing from a serious illness. l.r'9!'!I??TTlUKIi,orowr,E" ' o'U we're found Ibetretsway had so lived that dying his than in the gathering of news. One tendent Daniel, Addison . . . 10 23 a m 540 p ra N. C Assessor Cromwell. piece above Uve rat. will necessarily be slow, and countrymen looked upon him as of must ever be onthequivive for iteitu. , 1028 am 5 45 pm 2.f W.l!1.nrcnnI.M Bclnipl Of roiiraroceraa- - daV; Stephcnsport . Galen C. Westerfield, Coroner plenty of good, strong tonic will be kin and mourned," writes E. Jay Success should be considered a duty, Hartford. ".Tonrpenn.cwmr.r- -r Sample . . . . 10 37 a m 5 52 p m . J...J Edwards, in The Chautnuquan. "He and how to improve should be the IForitKcvmlV-VrfoI-tow'taiJPierce . . . . 104" a ra 5 57 pm ) Mrs. Mizella Tanner, Poorhouse needed. There is the key. Get onart Q. C gained a peculiar and noble repute, effort of all. Use the literary garb Keeper Hartford. . . 10 49 a ra 6 06 p m Lodiburg . 1 T , to the rising wave of renewed confinot as a spectacular and magnificent best adapted to catch the public eye . . . a m 6 14 p tu Webster 10 57 " JUSTICES COURTS. dence, of steady business improveS2Eh.jc Irvington . . . 1 1 05 a m 6 22 p ra creator of somo vast schemo of Hartford A. Sulphur ment, and reap the cream of the har philanthropy, or for majestic en- and go to the point with no unneces- Springs, March S. Aull, September . . 11 14 a m 6 40 p 111 . . Guston 2, June 1, vest. It is time for courage and ag11 22 a in 0 48 p 111 Ekron . . dowment for public good, but as sary words. 3, December 2. Brandenburg . 11 31a ms 58 pm are always useful, especCriticisms gressiveness and the shrewd adverCromwell Jont . Wil son, Prentis, 0110 to whom tho extending of the Long Branch . 1 1 39 a m 7 07 p m It is humiliating March g, June 8, September 7, Detiser won't be Slow in finding it out. helpful hand was almost of such ially to Rock Haven . 11 47 am 7 14 p m ofteu to see the surgical treatment of cember 7. It is a good time for the larger dally necessity as breathing the Willowdale . . 11 53 a ra 7 21 p ra Rosine C. L. Woodward, Center-towthe editor in robbing your articles of FOR LITTLE MONEY. houses to consider the advisability of breath of life. Howard . . . 12 02 p ra 7 30 p m Of the world for a Trifle. March 13, June 13, September "The man who as a lad of fourteen the adverbs adjectives and quotations 13, December West Point . . 12 05 p m 7 35 p in following the lead of certain enter13. fixed his honorable ambition upon that you laid so rau:h stress upon, Ky. Street . . 1245pm 8 15 p m Buford Ben F. Graves, Buford, prising concerns throughouttbc counthe possession of a newspaper, for leaving only bare facts, and olten he March 30, June 29, September 28, Ar. U. Louisville 1 00 p ni 8 30 p ra advertistry by adding an H. C. MORDUE, G. P. A., which ho was then glad to do hum28. ing department, under the direction ble service, and not swerving from consigns to oblivion that which we December Louisville, Ky- olin g, Fordsvllle James A. ot a capable manager, who by giving that purposo for twenty years saw consider our brightest achlevments Barretts Ferry, March 16, June 15, . ... ... !.- iwciuyji-ighis whole attention to it, will be able his ambition fulfilled, must in. that and which do not conform to his September 14, December 14. journal, is me leauing Republican family paper of the Dnn'l Slop Toljncro. United States. It is a NATIONAL FAMILY PAPER, and gives to insure the best possible results. It waiting timo of youth and manhood ideas. CONSTABLES. all the How to Curb Yoorsklp Wiiilr general news of the United States. It gives Hartford Hosea Shown, Beda. have developed patience, steadfastwill be found to be a profitable investthe events of foreign lands in The Personal Colnmn and the womUsing It. The tobacco habit grows a nutshell. Its Agricultural Buford J. L. Patton, Buford. ness, sobriety, economy, Industry, en's Column, the Columns which are department has no superior in the country. Its ment. There is plenty room for imFordsvllle J. II. Oiler, Fordsville, on a man until his nervous system is Market Reports are recognized authority. Separate departments for The provement in this line, and the first which are the handmaids of all usually given to a woman, .should be Rosine Thos. Allen, Rosine. seriously effected, impariug health, Family Circle. Our Young Folks, ond'Sclence nud Mechanics. to set the pace in each town will have achievement that is worthy, and bright, fresh and broad. The wisest Cromwell R. B. Martin, CromIts Home these- must have cultivated the comfort and happiness. To quit sud- and Society columns command well. ' the admiration ol wives and daughters. Its a decided advantage. of men appreciate nice little compliothor qualities that servo him who severe a shock to the sys- general political news, editorials denly is to POLICE COURTS. and discussions are comprehensive, brill- The increasing interest manifested alms at business success. No other en- ments, and the women like to read Hartford James F. Carson, Judge; tem, as tobacco, to a Inveterate user, lant anu exhaustive. A special contract enables us to offer this splendid in bright advertising by some of the dowments than these which enabled them, but no one relishes being drawn J. P. Stevens, Marshal, . L. Kelly, becomes a stimulant that his system journal and THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN for leading houses indicates that there is thoboy to secure at thirty-fiv- e Attorney. Court held every second continually craves. B years before the public in a conspicuous o is a going to be some clever work done in of ago tho ownership of tho Ledger manner with fulsome flattery and Monday in each month. Tie tobacco habit Beaver Dam D. A, Miller, Judge; scientific cure for language, which are this field in the near future. Even wcro needed for thoso amazing and , Marshal. Court held in all its forms, carefully compoundstupendous business successes almost as nndesirable as disa greea-bl- e in New York city there are beginning first Saturday in January, April, ed after the formula of an eminent to appear some symptoms oi cutting which aro chief among the woudrous truths, or even untruth. All things done in the latter half of tho persons enjoy compliments,de nials to July and October. P. Cooper, Judge, Berlin Physician who has used it in loose from the old, styles, Cromwell J. The regular subscription for the two papers is $2.25. Subsciptlon may nineteenth century. Vanderbllt, tho Court held his private practice since 1872, with to the contrary, for very often the Finis Burden, Marshal. and getting out into the modern path. begin at any time. Address all orders to lad, and Vanderout a failure, purely vegetable and Let the good work go on, and in the bllt tho first creator of a colossal person who condems a compllmen-- . second Saturday in January, April, July and October. guaranteed perfectly harmless You meantime let us all watch the results. railway system; Stanford and Crocktary item is persistent in the effort to L. Frnncis, Judge; D. can use all the tobacco you want, Hamilton er, tho boy adventures and In man- place herself in a prominent position W. Roll, Marshal. Court held on while taking , it will notiTlie Krriini t'ltjr. third Saturday in January, Apriljuly hood tho builders of tho Central Pa- to catch the reporter's eye. We desire to again call attention to fy you when to stop. We given writand October. cific; Bennett, tho youthful tutor Remembet that vigor, without reWrite your name and address own postal card, send it to Geo. W. Best, our very liberal subscription oiler and Bennett tho maker of modern Rockport W. B. James, Judge; ten guarantee to permanently cure finement, and genius, without tact, J. J. Gilem, Marshal. Court held on any case with three boxes, or refund Room 2, Tribune Building, New York City, outlined last week. That it is most journalism, wero equipped, by and sample copy of THE acceptable is proved by the fact that by discipline as Mr. Chllds will never achieve enduring success first Mondays in January, April, the money with 10 per cent, interest. NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE will be mailed to you. Every writer has July and October. Baco-Curwe have already received numerous beenmo equipped, and what they in any profession. is not a substitute, but a Rosine J. D. flyers, Judge; II. did he could havo dono If faced with some peculiarity in style and de- Morris, Marshal. responses, and those who have in scientific cure, that cures without the Court held first scription. Nevertheless, there are Saturdays in each month, IT'S INJURIOUS TO STOP SUDDENLY aid of will power and with no inconthe handsome volume of sixty-- llko opportunities. and don't be .tnnosed unon bv huvlnv a "And Chllds did a greater thing certain conditions and dogmatic forms Ceralvo N. B. Fulkerson, Judge; venience. four World's Fair views are most It leaves the system as 'jtemtdy that requires you to do so; as it is than any of J. held enthusiastic in its praise. The work for ho solvedtheso men havo done, which have to be observed and foN on W. Garrett. Marshal. CourtsApril, pure and free from nicotine as the notuing more limn a substitute. In tbesud-de- ti fourth Saturday in January, a problem said by lowed. There are many grievances is issued in the highest style of art, many men stoppage of tobacco you must have some day you took your first chew or to bo without solution which have to be endured, but re July and October. stimulant and In most all cases, the e fleet with an elaborate stiff" cover in gold when ho revealed that a mighty COMMERCIAL CLUB. smoke. Sold by oil druggists, with nf the stimulant, be it onlum. inornlilne or Meets at Court House every 2d. our ironclad guarantee, at $1.00 per and colors, and the engravings are business can bo created and main- member, to be successful, one must other- opiates, leaves a far worsen habit con printed on highly enambled paper. tained, a great fortune golned, a laugh at defeat and be undaunted by and 4th Friday night. J. S. R. Wed-din- box, three boxes, (thirty days treatAsk your druccrist traded President, C. R. Martin, Sec"The world belongs to The pictures ore 8x10 Inches and the commanding success in affairs se- opposition. . ment,) $2.50, or sent direct upon reabout It is those vho take, and not to those who retary. purely vegetable. inches in size, and the cured in tho teeth of opposition, pages 11x13 You do ceipt of price. SEND SIX TOWN TRUSTEES. not have to stop using tobacvolume is an ornament to any home. without swerving one hair's breath sit and wait." B. D. Ringo, Chairman; W. G. STAMPS FOR SAPLE OX, co vi'.h It will Woman can do anything that man Hardwick. Clerk; S. K. Cox, C L. BOOKLET AND PROOFS FREE. We send it free postage pain to every from tho moral law or the second of notily you when to stop ami your desire lor tobacco will cease. Your systho commandments of Christ." can do if she is mentally formed to do Field, John l'. Morton, new subscriber; to any old subscriber Chemical & Manufacturing tem will be as free from nicotine as the day before you took your first chew Eureka SCHOOL TRUSTEES. Noted Sawing Women. it, for I am of the opinion that genwho renews for one year and to any Company, Manufacturing written guaratee to absolutely cure the tobacco Chemists, or smoke. An iron-claL. F. Wutrner, Rowan Holbrook, Price $1 00 per box or 3 boxes habit in all its forms, or money refunded. person, subscriber or Among our most noted American ius has neither sex or climate. Dr. J. T. Miller, Chairman. E. P. La Crosse, Wisconsin, (30 days treatment and guaranteed cute,) for $2 50 For sale by all druggist One must bepreparedfor theslights Thomas Treasurer; T. L. Griffin, Secwho sends us one new subscriber, the writers nro women whoso Utrrary or will be sent by mall upon receipt of price. SEND SIX TWO CENT people, for in retary. remittance for one year's subscription work is of tho best, and who need and slurs ot STAl'S FOR SAMPI.P, BOX. Booklets and proofs free. not fear to enter their necdlccraf t what avenue are we exempt irom to be forwarded in each case. RELIGIOUS. Eureka Chemical & M'fg Co., La Cross, Wis. i.A 4 J- A. in competition in any county fair or their rudeness? Baptist Church Dr. J. S.Colcman, A 1'lano nt n lSoiuliuil 1'rlrc. Office ol THE PIONEER PRESS COPMANY. C. W. Hounick, Supt, Services second Sunday in city prizo list. Marlon Borland Last, but not least, woman should Pastor. St. Paul, Minn., Sept, 7, 1B94, Chicago's largest music house, sews beautifully and knits wondereach month, at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Eureka Chemical and M'fg Co., La Cross, Wis. moved into a fully well, while her mending and be thoroughly womanly in all her vo- Prayer meeting every Thursdayeven- Lyon & Healy, has Dear sirs. I have been a tobacco fiend tor many years, and during ng. They darning aro marvels of dellcato cations, for men have never any symmagnificent new building. the past two years have smoked fifteen to twenty cijrars recularlv everv dav. M. E. Church Rev. E. E. Pate, pathy, nor respect, for woman who a number of slightly used and workmanship, saysNi writer In Harhave My whole nervous system became affected, until my physicians told me I Pastor. Services every third Sunday second-hanpianos returned from per's Bazar. Mrs. Harriet Prcscott adopt mannish dress and habits to in each month at 1 1 a. 111. and at 7 The Lsafii&g PKoiographer. must give up the use of tobacco for the time being, at least. I tried the so- called '"Keeley Cure," various other remedies, but without World's Fair renting, etc, etc, which Spofford sent to n fortunato friend succeed, When a woman reporter p. m. Prayer meeting every Wed" learned of your Three weeks ago I success, until I accidentally Pictures la Etijj Sili Sin. they have determined to sacrifice last Christmas a gift of her own nee- meets with lack of appreciation in nesday night. I commenced using your preparation, and dlework which looks as If It had I consider myself Christian Church Rev. I. II. Teel, rather than to try to make room for. fallen from a fairy's loom. Candaco her newspaper work it is usually due Pastor. Services first Sunday in 5r Old Ficturcs Copied and Enlarged completely cureu; 1 am in penect iieami, ana me norrime craving lor tuliac-c- o, These instruments comprise Square Wheolcr has a reputation for her to lack of sense, or tict, for a kindwhich ever inveterate smoker fully appreciates, has completely left me. A SPECIALTY. er hearted and more courteous set of each month, morning and night. I consider your "Baco-Curo- " simply wonderful, and can fully recommend it. pianos at $40, $65, $90, $100 and $125. beautiful sowing In two hemispheres. SECRET SOCIETIES 108J Main Street. Yours very truly, C W. HORNicii. Upright pianos at $125, 3MO, $150, ElizabothCuster knows how to sow men are never found than are engagRockport Lodge, No. 312, P, & A. 0 WENSBORO, KY Jknnii! B, M. meets regularly on the firtt and 0ui37 well. SchMoes Kato Upson Clark. ed in newspaper work. $165,, $190, $200, 225, $240 and upMooiui, in Covington Post, third Saturday nights in each month. ward. Grand pianos at $200, $250, Mary E. Wllklns sews and embroidStated meeting of Hartford Lodge Wnulril. ers to perfection. Lucy Randolph Every family in Ohio county, WHEN YOU GO TO OWENSBORO $300 and upward. Nearly all origNo. 675 F. & A. Masons, first MonOaLLOW Everybody to know that Groves Williams & Bell Hartinally sold for from two to four times Fleming and Martha II. Norvell The World's bieth-re- n should send to day night in each month. All both bow with tho samo dainty preTastless Chill Tonic is guaranteed to showed no baking powder are invited to attend regularly. ford, or to the drug store in your their present price. Almost all prom which characterizes their cision Cure Chills and fever, Lagrippe Bad so pure or so great In Icav G.J. eon, W M. Shelby Taylor Sec own town aud get a bottle of "Fibrl-- 1 inent makes (in squresand uprights) writing. Tho shining examples retary. line"Tastless Quinine. It will cost including among wiuci) lucsu women are represented enlng power as tho Royal. Colds Sec, or your money will be I may weu-in- 1 10 Knights bot Rough River Lodge No. eta and is the best ' thing on I For the final and Mott Artulie Worh, refunded in every instance. Sold by numerous others Chickcring, Knabe, eito othors to take up and revive of Pythias. Meets every Saturday only 25 eluxen PrederieaSi., Stelnway, Weber, Decker, Steck, tho study of a too much neglected night at Masonic Hall, 0. D. Ringo, earth forchlldren or anyone else who onyiudorityk. An AdttrlUiuiriit n William & Bell, Hartford Ky. 6m37 Idrdandlth, Hke bitter Quinine: Fischfcr, etc. This is an opportunity tine art. C C. wurfh two en Ik Inn, law-loving minutes, without putting the hands In the water; as soon as people see ItlKlUly Nalrf, the Washer work, they want one, and The action of Gov, Drown in pardthat is why so much money can be oning so criminals sends a thrill of made so quickly. For full particug and lars, address the Climax Mfg. Co., horror through the people of the State, most Columbus, Ohio, I feel convinced that any lady or gentleman in any especially the honest, industrious lalocation, can make irotn $5 to $:o a bor element, who consider the strict day, as evtry family will very soon enforcement of the law the safeguard have a Dish Washer. Try it, and of good society ana for the protection publish your experience for the bene- of their home and loved ones. Sympathy for those in trouble should not fit of others. take the place ofjustice, and the execution of our laws. The people who flood Ailrcrtlainr. Good advertising is one oi the best strive to live an upright life in the helps for successful retailing. It sight of God and man should be probrings in the Dry Goods Economist. tected against the intrusion of those This fact is so clearly demonstrated whose life has been one of sin and by the most successlul business men First, punish him, and in all parts of the world that further make him show signs of sincere reargument on the question really seems formation before he is turned loose among us. Earlinglon Bee. Healy years, Immediate attention is there- fore necessary. A good plan would be to order a piano, leaving the selection to Lyn & Healy. However, they will send a list and full particulars upon application. Any piano not proving satisfactory may be returned at their expense. Address at their new salesroom, corner Wabash Avenue and Adams Street, Chicago. Distance is no obsticle in taking advantage of this remarkable chance to obtain a piano, for in piopotion to the saving to be made the freight charges are insignificant. It you do not already know them by reputation any banker will assure you of Lyon & Hcaly's entire responsibility and record of over a third of a century for honorable dealing. Write so as to avoid disappointment. " - J DESCRIBE HER? The Woman In Ism as You Her. "Do yau think I am going to have petticoats on my staff? Not If I know myselfl why, I can swear rt 'em!" "You can scratch," replied the nervy little woman, who, years ago, applied to a Western editor for repor-toriwork. In those diys "journ alistic soubretts" were not as well thought of, nor as prominent, as at the present day. The gruff but kindheatteJ, man relented, and said he would try her. Her first work In journalism, like all apprenticeship, was trying, but so faithfully did she perform her duty that she won the admiration of the editor.and he became one of the most enthusiatlc supporters of woman in journalism, and whenever a woman could perform the work as well as a man, the preference was henceforth given by him to the woman. In newspaper work a woman must be expected to be treated just like a Journal-Find For Twenty Years Soolt's Emulsion has beon endorsed by physicians of tho wholo world. There is no secret about its ingredients. Physicians proscribo Scott's Emulsion becauso thoy know what groat nourubing and curotivo properties it contains. Thoy know it is what it is represented to bo ; namely, a perfect emulsion of tho best Norway Cod-livOil with tho hypopliosphitos of llnio and soda. Por Coughs, Colds, Bora Throat, Bronchitis, Weak Lnngi, Oooaamp-tloer Lightens Labor 80 dOC3 Love V sv Clairette 'S. Th Is ertat cleaner comes towotnnn' aid ami every day. 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