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JMR& " " IJjjrMF' mp m ESISlSEEa "" ..jjur w.aiuu-uiLji- rilK Alltr.ltTlNlNM MATM OP THE REPUBLICAN ARB VKRY RKASONAM.K AND CIRCULATION IS VERY LARGE, The Hikfeobd Bepublicae & OFFICIAL OROAH OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH wnnn nnnflnnfnrnrn iWtfiViTl 1 WE DO JOB WORK C0M.5.I0M DISTRICT. and Wi nnnvonrln AllvnnOOLOUlsVllll VOU ThO VVookly Commorolal ono yoail ulll nnnrl froo. Subscribes Will nhnw how vou stand witr Tho Republican. Pay up anc luuii Dummniuji. THIS TAG at onco. I VOL. Vll. HARTFORD, ICY., FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1895. CARDS DENOTE CHARACTER. that Thurston has beciijr womlirful'y in alt his communications public througlj representa- with the Tho Nowly Rloh Want Fan- tives of the press. He lma been unioy Script, With Lota versally popular with Ihcm Irom the day of his arrival first rts an annexaof Ourloyouoa. discreet Sl NO. 36. -- Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Report PROFESSIONAL CARD. if J OWENSD0RO, KY. Will practice his profession in Daviess tion commissioner, becWse he was and adjoining counties. Special at"You have no idea how cards de- recognized as an exceedingly modest tention given to collections. Oflice, note character," said n young woman genii mini cf educitlon. of fine train Dank of Commerce Building. who takes the orders for card plates ing and absolute truthfulness. He Jna.sj, Ultnn, J. S. It. Wedding, has carefully avoided Bny criticism in a big downtown engraving estabGLENN & WEDDING, of the Cleveland administration, is at this writing. lishment. Ohio County Directory. FORTY MILLION QAKES YEARLY. "The man who is completely ab- the testimony they glvelt' Mr. George Lee has completed his pnoortn k OAMOLt. CO. onrrt. thi The real reason doubtless is that new dwelling house and is making sorbed in business and cares little for HARTFORD, KY. CIRCUIT COURT. ' I women and society steps up to the Mr. Thurston has,Jh Ills lectures, preparations for moving into it next .J! U (Omce, over Anderson' Btr.) Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge Owens-borcounter briskly, selects a plain, bold spoken favorably of Hawaiian, annexmonth. Will practico their profession fn ah s;ript and rather large care of good ation. However, if he Is a "persona Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney Farmers arc busily engaged In plowthe courts of Ohio and adioinincr coun Owensboro. (pMlity. He never parts his name in non grata" at the State department, ing for corn. ties, and court of Appeals. Lizzie. Special Chwapeako Ohio and Southwestern 8,,B. JohnW. Black, Jailer Hartford. attention given collections. , Alto., the middle, and, though it isn't 'good he will probably be recalled though jr.GBjJlkens, Clerk Hartford.- - r Notary Public for OhHucountyl form,' rarely ever uses his "full name, it is not probable thatgau? represenAilvcrii.niBhiAJoir3Ja-- a B7 DTRlngo, Master Commissionbut prefers the initials of his given tative of the Hawaiian republic will When trade is flush, and with a rush er Hartford. DCTWCCN Large orders to you come, more friendly footing with names, lie also rarely uses ins 'mis obtain a G. B. Likens, Trusteeof Jury Fund "You'll find it wise to advertise" Hartford. 1MH&9 ter' on his cards, again not minding Gresham than Thurston has, ToleAnd keep things on the "hum." C. P. Keown, Sheriff Hartford. good form. I like to attend to busi- do Blade. AMD AW .a aa When trade is poor, don't close the Deputies Samuel Keown Hartford, ness men. They get what they want J03. H. Roberts, Ford3ville, S. T Ilrnlnrna 'iinol Ho Juril. door. in a liuny and get right out. Stevens, Cromwell, Thos. R. Bishop, By local applications, as they canThe rule is still the same HARTFORD, KT. Centertown. "I tell you, they are different from not reach the diseased portion ol the "You'll find in wise to advertise" Is prepared to do all kinds el ALSO Will practice his profession in Ohio Court convenes first Monday in And thereby win fresh fame. rnoM AND TO doctors I mean young doctors ear. There Is only one way to cure the Dental work at reasonable prices. March and August and continues and adjoining counties, and court of CINCINNATI AND EVANSVILLE. Special attention given to Office over J. W. Ford & Go's who haven't yet learned that they Dcalncss, and that is by consituation Indeed 'tis true, wbate'er you do, three weeks, and third Monday In Appeals. collections. Office east side of public have still a few things to learn. They al remedies. Deafness is caused by This is the safest plan, May and November ewo weeks, Feed Store. ! het jmrcKaae a Ticket square. They alt an inflamed condition of the mucous "You'll find it wise to advertise" give me lots .of trouble. COUNTY COURT. HORTII, EAST, SOUTH OR WEST iliYAyAyAiyAyAyAyAyMyAyMM For then yoU lead the van. John P. Morton, Judge Hartford. want three or four different plates, lining of the Eustachian Tube. When ( aiit jrai hTcoiuultl an Agent of the Henry Morrill Warren. D. M. Hocker, Clerk Hartford. M. L. Hbavrin. Shelby Taylok. and in other ways are hard to please. this tube gets inflamed you have a E. P. Neal, Attorney Hartford. They have cards for social use and for rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, & HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, Court convenes first Monday in A Court. The ones for the former and when it is entirely closed Deaf-nes- c business. each month. This is a court-rooH'fTKU TRAINS, are the correct size.nnd road this way is the result, and unless the in QUARTERLY COURT. It costs $12,000 a yeartc keep it VI UVkM BUHI'ST SUtKPKRS, Begins on the third Monday in Dr. J. Chamberlain Smith.' The' ad- flamation can be taken out and this neat, warm and well ventilated. January, April, July and October. HARTFORD, KY. clean, MOUKRN rgl'll'MKNT dress is placed in the correct corner tube restored to its normal condition, Will practico thier profession in all Nevertheless it is dirty, gloomy, COURT OF CLAIMS. of course. This man's business cards hearing will be destroyed forever; r. II. LYNCH, cold and Convenes first Monday In January the Courts oi Ohio and adjoining are engraved Ot 'AM. AOT 'John Chamberlain nine cases out of ten are caused by The large fat man on the platform and Tuesday after the first Monday counties, and in the Court of Ap- Smith, M. D.' In one corner he has catarrh, which is nothing but an inpeals. Special attention given to In October. is a judge. collections. Office, next door to his office hours in the other his office flamed condition of the mucous surOTHER COUNTY OFFICERS gets He is paid by the month and Bank of Hartford. address. Young Dr. Smith takes 200 faces. G. S. Fitzhugh, Surveyor Sulmeans so much more than $17,500 a year. phur Springs. of each kind home with him, and I We will give One Hundred Dollais For this he works four days, more you imagine serious and Z. H. Shultz, School Superin Perry Westerfield, think to myself, 'Rid of another one for any case oi Deafness (caused by or lest, twenty dtys a month, eight tendent linrtlord. fatal diseases result from of those bothersome young doctors,' catarrh) that cannot be cured by N. C Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. months of.tlie year. S r,lmntc rterTIrrfM. Westerfield, Coroner but no. I am mistaken. In a tew days Hall's Catarrh Cure. Stnd for cir Galen The rest of the time he goes fish- Hartford. C Don't play witli Nature's "f Dr. Smith is back. Patient haven't culars, free, Beaver Dau, Kt. ing. Mrs. Mizella Tanner, Poorhouse greatest gift health. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. come in as he thought they would. The fat man who talks, standing Keeper Hartford. 36-II)ourcIllne Perhaps something is wrong with my iSTSold by Druggists, 75c B. D. rtlNIIO E.D.GUFFY. out of torts, weal up, and talks and talks is a district JUSTICES COURTS. a. ana generally vi- - v cards, he thinks to himself, and here Hartford A. S. Aull, Sulphur jioii:wki.i.. attorney. IlVtUUTU. ll(ITV J he is ordering more plates, with more naves iiu Springs, March 2, June 1, September 'cii March 37, The weatherfine health : He gets $7,500 a year. and can't work, 2, December 2. stuff than enough on them. begin alonctuktolerable good. He prosecuts wicked criminals and (njcthemoAtrtlU. Cromwell Jont .Wil son.Prentis, ZZartfozd. ICan.fu.clc5- -. "The new rich woman is a pleasant Fanners are busyfencingand plow-in- g attends to his own business law March 9, June 8, September 7, Devie iidiK'n",nK Will practice in all courts of Ohio mjvuiiiiiv.w nun t Did you evand amusing customer. their lands for corn and oats. cember 7. and adjoining counties, Superior Iiuni4 nun business besides. A ttr. corelew boter notice how aflablc new rich people Rosine C. L. Woodward, Center-towRev. W. G. Stone filled his reguColCourt and Court of Appeals. benefit tle The fat men in uniform who sit March 13, June 13, September lections and all legal business attendare? Some people say they are arrororoti irum inc lar appointment at this place last around doing nothing are members : xwtj suai uwi-- w 13, December 13. gant, but that has not been my expe- Sunday. f ift ed to. Office 329 E. Market St. A, of the police force. r Buford Ben F. Groves, Buford, and lt'i J rience Well, the new rich woman (ucaiani 10 iskc. Rev. Keown will preach here Sun-- , M They get from $960 to $3,000 March 30, June 29, September 28, 121 invariably orders in fancy script, with day. December 28. R. R. WEDDING apiece a year for doing it. lots of curlycues, and she always scs A. olln g, Fordsvllle Mr. Charles flyers, .who has been on m They are kept fat so they can chase Barretts Ferry, James 16, June 15, March lects an extra, in fact, an ultra large sick for quite a while, we are sorry KUney and Liver DyjipepiU, wicked criminals. September 14, December 14. card. i rouD.cs, ncuraiia, to say is not much better. Hahtfobd, Ky. The thin and hungry little woman CONSTABLES. ' Constipation, Dad Blood , "Men from the country like a tall, toast B H U Ther is a certain old bachelor from in the monkey-casis a wicked crimWill practice bis profession iu all Hartford Hosea Jjbown, Beda. ' MaUr!a, Nervous ailments . rawboned kind of script, and their QfiWn w nzra. near Olaton visits this "tteighporhood inal. She works with" her needle Buford J. L. Pattjfc. Buford. the courts of Ohio and adjoining . Women's complaints. BKsrs jt-- h cards like those of business men are Fordsville J. II. Oiler, Fordsville, counties. Also Notary Public. red sixteen hours a day for $3 a week fil milvlhe mtuln a ithlsrrnsiadsub ' ' too large to be correct, according to frequently. Rosine Thos. Allen, Rosine. not nets are Office, room 20, Hartford House. lintiort tnewripper Misses Laura and Effie Park and and is probably an anarchist. ' On rccemtof Iwox ... impiwe Cromwell R. B. Martin, Crom::. BU WBmBU Vi Kal I HlMf 4 fashion's caprice. win sena tei 01 itn ueauiuui WorU'a Fannie Sandbach, were the guest of Good people never pay anarchists well. Pair Vlw and book Irtt, 19 JUST A3COOD FOR ADULTS. "Finicky women like finicky script Mrs. Jessie Mason Sunday. ' ennuiu I n HiiTilinDC un m vnumiwii! more than $3 a week. linuilll ruruiil wwi wn.imwnB( m POLICE COURTS. WARRANTED. PRICE GO eta, and I'll tell you another thing about Mr, Dec Park, who is attending Hartford James F. Carson. Jndgej r O aiati kt Iua, Not. 18, utt. This wicked criminal doubtless They are nearly always stin- Hartford College, visited his mother them. rTlilfdIelcro., hi MLouis, Ua. Kelly, ATTORNEY AT botUa of )u year, thinks and has said, at any rate.that J. P. Stevens, Marshal, . L. second GMitlaen i V held every gy. They buy thin, grazy cards, de near this place Satuaday and Sunday. flllOVKtt TABTBLBS4 C1IIU. TONIC and bar Subicribors Tako Notice starving people ought to steal Attorney.inCourt nionm. the bousbt thrift roi Ira4f lUUINIi iu KiiumrvA' eacu elating evety time that it Is because itnc of li yetr. In the dm bolnta. haf The fire did considerable damage at from the rich people rather than starve. Monday Do you owe us any tubscrlption? never ul 1 an artitHa that nve aurb universal lalts Beaver Dam D. A. Miller, Judge; Hartford, Ky. lactlgn si yuurTuolc. Yours truly, they ptefer them, but I know better. Horse Branch, Monday. The big Court , Marshal. Aiianx, Can AGO. If to, plcacc tend or bring it to us. This is anarchy and is almost as "ITTILL practice his profoseion iin all stinginess that makes them pre- Stave Mill and a good many staves It's first Saturday in January, April, T 1 tbe courts ot Ubio nnd adjoining; for anln by Mlllliiiiiat Ilrll.llnrlford W e need it. wicked as a murder. V e Lavo to r ay cash fer them. were burned. This thin, starving woman is, of July and October. r. Looper, judge, counties and Court of Appeals. SpecCromwell J. "Of course fashionable men and for everything. In fact, it takes lots We thiuk we will have a wedding coure, convicted and goes to prison ial attention given to collections. Finis Burden, Marshal. Court held Wo fashionable women know what they to report nest time. Office over Carson & Co. of money to i una nowspapor. for one year. second Saturday in January, April, want, lor they know what is correct, Mr, Bob Daniel, a former resident aro now, and liavo been, sending the court room, judge, dis- July and October. With and give their orders with little Hamilton L. Francis, Judge; D. of Horse Branch, has moved his fami- trict attorney, police, writing paper, . omo statements to our subscriber-Court held on Their tastes vary somewhat, ly to his farm near this place. W. Roll, Marshal. spittoons, it costs $4.27973 to con- third Saturday in January.AprilJuly kt obtained, and all bitcat Cartita and Don't wait to receive a statement, but but very little. My butlaets conduatJ for MOUEUtTK rECA. Mr. W. A. Craig, of Short Creek, vict this wicked anarchists who earns and October. office U in the immediate vicinity of the Pitent Office, "I've been in this business so long visited Mr. Greenwood and family $3 a week. examine tho label on your paper and HARTFORD, KY. ad my facilities tor tt curing pattnit are unuirpattcd Rockport W. B. James, Judge; 5ed model, kketch or photograph of Invention, with I could wait on most of my cusSaturday night and Sunday. description and lutemeot at to advantage claimed see what you owe and send the that This shows that Christian civiliza- J. J. Gilem, Marshal. Court held on Will practico his profession in MfJio thartj tnntitfor an opinion oe to tomers, and please them, too, without first Mondays in Mr. James Bycrs, of Rosine, visited tion needs fmtntamiFjt, it my ice for proiccutlnff the and and heeling. July and October. January, April, courts of Ohio and adjoining counties.' amount to us without delay. Per- getting the slightest hint from them sppllcstfon rUl ttol 6a tailed for wfiffffie Careful attention given to all business his brother near this place Sunday. "jNYBNToai1 Goidb,' Exchange. patent is aifowetl. Rosine J. D. flyers, Judge; H. entrusted to him, Office in Repubhaps your account is small, but we as to what they want. Here comes a fall Information tent free Alt ComntuaU BtANCHR. Court held first lican Building. Morris, Marshal. rallcDi CoBkJdcred a fllrltllj ItmOdcatUI. small accounts customer now, and I'll bet you an Till. Mionld be Ilio I.nw. Saturdays in each mouth. FRANKLIN H. HOUGH have to many of these This law is found on the statute I can suit him in Cry Ceralvc N. B. Fulkerson, Judge; Ke Easter bonnet Uiat no Ntrl. WAflUINOTON, 1. o. that they Boon mako big ones. o- - im:. books of New York,section2549of the J. W. Garrett, Marshal. Courts held no time," she said with a merry twindo not get a dun. on fourth Saturday In January, April, Penal Code: U.K. t'nion t it that you kle iu her eye as she hastened off to a J. I, Cutaon. Remember, when you pay up for tall, rawboned man conspicuous fn "Any person who willfully states, July nnd October. HITNXVDALK. COMMERCIAL CLUB. HARTFORD, KY. March 26. Mr. James Davlsl condelivers or transmits by any means New York Press. store clothes. The RnruuuPAN and ono year in Meets at Court House every 2d A m ducted the prayer meeting Sunday manager, cditor.pub-lishe- r, and 4th Friday night J. S. R. Wed- Will practice his profession in all tb wiiatever to any n you will receive tho Now Mini. tar Tlinraloii. night. reporter or any employe of a ding, President, C. R. Martin, Sec- courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. York Weekly Tribune or the Louia-yill- e Secretary Grcsham has requested Careful attention will be given to all retary. Miss Nollie Duke, Horton, is visi- publisher or any newspaper, magaColbusiness entrusted to his care. TOWN TRUSTEES. Weekly Commercial ono year the recall of Mr. Lorin A. Thurston, ting Miss Ruthie Hunt this week. zine, publication, periodical or serial, The reasons B. D. Rlngo, Chairman; W. G. lections a specialty, ptlico with the the Hawaiian minister. Misses Maggie Wright and Kitty corporation, which, if published Hardwick, Clerk; S. K. Cox, C. L. county Attorney. Careful Estimates mnde on all Car- Frco. By all means, if you owo us assigned are that the minister has Wimsatf, ot near Rosine, visited the pentering and Building. Terms reatherein, would be a libel, is guilty of Field, John P. Morton. on subscription, pay up. talked too much to the newspapers, sonable. Hartford, Ky. 0". Xj. CROCKETS, family of Mr. Ed Wright Saturday and misdemeanor." SCHOOL TRUSTEES. and that he has lectured in public on Sunday. L. P. Wcnrner, Rowan Holbrook, It should be on the statute books of ST. LOUIS THE Hawaii, touching on subjects which Miss Mary Baker, Hines Mill, vlsl-te- d Kentucky. Will not the press of the Dr. J. T. Miller, Chairman, E. P. Griffin, Secare sensitive points with the CleveMiss Cinda Lee Monday. press Thomas Treasurer; T. L. GREENVILLE, KY. state, the honest, retary. land administration. Furthermore, wife, of Kentucky, ask of the next Legls- Mr. Noble Bean, Dr. Bean and Will practice bis profession in all the RELIGIOUS. he is accused ot instigating the pub. Messrs. Bain Cate and Willie Cole, Df laturc the passage of such a law? Eight pages each Tuesday and Friday, Baptist Church Dr. J. S.Colcman, courts Muhlenberg aud adjoining lication ol newspaper articles in New Sulphur Springs, Mr. Roy Lee and colTut this at the head of your Pastor. Services second Sunday in counties. Special attention will bo Sixteen pages every week, only York papers attacking the adminis- wife, Messrs Lonnie Lee and James For CAW I OflTAlN A rATKNTf umns, and ask your representative to each month, at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. given to collections and all business ONE DOLLAR A YEAR, froinpt aniwer and an boneet opinion, write to to his care. tration. fll VSH As CO.. who have bad noartr flhy rears Davis, Misses Rlnda Lee, Lizzie and make it his special duty to pass such Prayer meeting every Thursday even- entrusted ipaiienca In the patent business. Com man raing. It Gresham is going to demand the Ruthie Hunt, Sunnydale, atteuded is, beyond all comparison, the big. tions strictly confident!! A JlntiitbookoMn-formatio- -n Evening Post. a law. concvrnlna 1'tilruis and bow to obM. E. Church Rev. E. E. Pate, gest, best and cheapest national news recall of every foreign minister who the Quarterly Meeting at Bethel Suntain thtra sent free, Alto a catalogue of meibau Pastor. Services every third Sunday leal and scientific books eentlree, l'ttenis taken through llunn A Co. receive and family Journal published in talks to the newspapers, there will day. in each month at 11 n. m. and at 7 Interfering; Willi the Trolley. special notice In tba Hclentlflo A tiirrlfiui. and be but few of the present ones left in tbns sra brousht widely before lbs pnbttowtth America. The merchant who stops advertis- p. m. Prayer meeting every WedMr. Vivian Ferguson made a flyout cnei to inn inventor, inis ipionuia ww( Why does he not 1sued weekly, eleasct ly Hlastrsteii. baabTfai lbs Washington. STRICTLY REPIIBLICAH ing cuts the supply wire of the motor nesday night. ing trip to Cromwell last week. amti nrouiatloa vi any oivuiuiq work In tb wona. 9 J a year, pampie copies senureeChristian unurcn Kev. 1. 11. leei, the recall of Marauga.the Span-is- h MatWaiaWtMamMaiaaMHaMa llulidinjt EdlllOD. monthly, flfiOa year. tilDgla Miss Myrtle Ambrose is on the that Is taking his business up the Pastor. Services first Sunday In l.'f . iotl '.r2- -. enta. Kvarv number contains beau. minister, who had himself interpolitics, it gives all the news and in zr:. National each month, morning and night. !. ot Dew road of financial success. in coiurs, tnu sick list. liiui pi si en. pl.D, enabling builder, houMi.. wtb io.dowu gives It at least three days earlier viewed a tew days ago, and declared incur, contract. iaie.l aialim. .nilMaw Vouk, UU1 Addre.. Miss Ora Duke, Concord, visited Advertiser. SECRET SOCIETIES CO, MUMN BuoiowaT. than it can be had from any of the he believed the captain oftheAlU-anc- a Miss Dessle Duke Wednesday. Rockport Lodge. No. 312, F. & A. veswas dreaming, and that the Metropolitan Weeklies. Williams & Bell Hartford, Ky. sell M. meets regularly on the firtt and Mr. W. J. Bean and Miss Zada Fersel had not been fired Into at nil? guson of this place were married "Pomroys Vermifuge" the great rem- third Saturday nights in each month. IT IS INDISPENSABLE- Stated meeting of Hartford Lodge Gresham's first reason Is simply Wednesday evening at 6 o'clock, edy forchildreuand guaranteed every No, 675 F. & A. Masons, first Monto the farmer, merchant or professionlaughable to any one who understands Rev. E. E Pate performing the cere- bottle, remember it always saves the day night in each month. All bieth-re- n desires to keepptomptly al man, who BUCK EYE how things go in Washington. are invited to attend regularly. mony in the presence of only a few children" and cost only 25cts per HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. and thoroughly posted, but has not O. J. eau, W M. Shelby Taylor SecNewspaper men in Washington say friends. Both are popular young peo- bottle. read a large Dally Taper. the time to retary. Is prepared to do any and all kinds a, m Rough River Lodge No. 1 10 Knights of Dental Operntlods. Youtoa amis ple and have many friend who wish Prices most Write for free sample copies to Dr. Price's Cream Bakint; Powder ought to them all the iiappluess married life every Saturday wonianliocxl entering of Pythias. Meets ICURES NOTHING BUT PILES. Office over Williams 8c. GI.OUB PRINTING CO., reasonable. Award. World's Pair t Itare juit the upeclal help that Mtsonic Hall, B. D. Rlngo, night at Dr. Plerve'i Favorite Prescrip- miy have in store. St. Louis, Mo. Bell's Drug Store. C. C. A 8URE and CERTAIN CURE tion can give. ordered tint Ilia Ad. Miss Floy Duke, after attending IB yonra as tho to bo lUrted right known for Thoy need Once on a time a man there was aliU and the wedding, returned to Hattford Dy special contract, vc are enabled Tbe Jlarlloraf I'Uole Car. Tba " Prescription" iDEST REMEDYfor PILES. I Who strongly did desire promote Uui proper functions, A. D. Taylor, the Beaver Dam Thursday. to offer The St. Louis aor.n II V A 1,1. 1IUVOGIUTH. correct the delicate WMlcnaaea A rest to take from business cares arid derangamenU that might bo-has located his Photo Car niMiiiirucaaissoavts ca., st.loois. Mr. Roy Lee aud wife visited their twice every week, In connectlou In short, get out, retire. como ciiromo, cuumsuai reguIn Hartford and will make Pictures uncle, Mr. Tom Lee near Beaver with The Hartford Ukpubucan for pain. larity and health, leueni He told his friends of his intent, Monday all day TI10J want a nourUhlng. supevery here .t.la l.tum.RmImIV. twrltorf IU only $i 50 a year, provided you subDam Saturday night. ftVMk tenia, He got out bills, in fact. porting, tlrongth.ntng K.pMDI.kni.kP.W..M.lth In the Hartford Photo Car. Mr. On last Monday quite a number of To close his stock and buslnes out. such as an exprrleucod physi. fnU, . atl.HU. scribe before April i, 1895. This of. ,uli Ul cian ha tapoeially prepared for young people spent a most enjoyable Hukl, fl.M. ..4 dtl. I..M fer Is good for our old subscribers who Taylor will be found at his home JnfftxSyffy3T I He used his utmost tact. h..lrlitBtli. kt.4. Y. Ui fenuUa ajretoui, In thq " Prescription," gallery In Beaver Dam balance of the evening with Miss Rinda Lee, pay up and $1.50 for one year in ad. ttil. KrUki p.ll'k-- 4 .hkt.. ( aWI0 But, Strange to say.hls trade held up. H'X.4 Iu every "female complaint" ul ikavhl -- I"". ' akttklBi. vancc. Considering the chatacterof laataiuii j time. We arc glad to say he ranks twonty-fiv- o I.I.M .f HlMbtlllH Mr. Emmit Cate, Sulphur Springs, and wealtiirw, und in all nervou New goods he had to buy. 'jl.Vvk. 41..,..NBM. Cfc..., condition. If It doum't boneQt or left last week for St. Louis Mo. JTarJJ. 4urkbt..vwrtki.4 Ctftvlftfrt the two papers the greatest of na up with the ablest Photographers in It looked as If he couldn't quit, euro, the money will b returned. t',lla",i r.lMIIMlIMC.l work guaranNo matterhow he'd try. the State. Plrst-clas- s Mr. Tom Dodsoa is ill at this tional Journals, and the BEST of MluMAnailJACiuotriOf IJjibrfk,SJ.an. Xa, writ hI w lrinf alok for teed. ofler has iru IMrUA.witli female complaint, and all the writing. Until one day a, friend explained II you Buffer from Heartburn, Sick your home papers this omo time "When beauty comes he takes it; Misses Rlnda Lee and Lizzie Hunt Headache, Sour Stomach, Indigestion uever been equalled. Do not delay medicine my friend tttrt roe did meno.cood. Why he such trade had had, Death wm anprouthlaari all my friend had If there is none he makes it." Dyancpsiajjr Constipation, call at but send in your subscription at ono to out. 1 uraru or your wonaer Sulphur Springs last Friday And now he's out of It tor keeps-H- e's or it. went to am I itiee Williams & Sell Diug Store free sam- to ordered out his ad. I entirely eVe. ONB GIVES BEUKr. Till! Rspuducam, Move you attended to yeurdulUe b It ple bottle ol l'omtoya Ilver-Cr- e Printers' Ink. i auaeiltilleaT Ilarttoril, ly paylur utile Rollna Hunt has la grlpps never falls to cure. llyORYlMlwAPi I fej Baking hto WWWWal ABSOLUTELY LAWYER, t assa PURE 1 wmmmm ii. i. mm st inm n9HRMjn MEMPHIS. LAWYERS, o. imijs bis LOUISVILLE DENTJST. JTTBHiY JT C. O. S. W. R. R. t. In Poor Attorneys at Law Health I I I Attorney at Law. f 4t Brown's attorneys gt $gaw, Iron Rittprs n, rf j nrao rH i TASTEIEB a n n lM 1S Esq vlm It Cures Attorney at Law, nm r Lei -- '.---.- k AyAyAAftiiAfl W. H. BARNEI8 IKK) li g. Jo. B. ROGERS, Trade-M- it Attorney at Law, tV half-solein- g r for Children Pitcher's Castorla. J. L. Carson & Son, Attorney B.:R:fcsr:Ea?,x at Law, vSSMsaSunw w copyfughts. lobe Qemograt Attorney at Law, l"'1 g . J. R. PIRTLE ! .:.: k. i iTABLER'Sl DENTIST Komembor OINTMENT lUt-hes- Globe-Democr- er, you get the Now York Tribune and Xhe Republican both for ono year, for ono dollar and cents. . ttj.. R I P A R S VrfoSSW&f' yor jlfcflfaj-- . ..i. jw pNVjppvfBW; ' God loves, and hate the things thtt The ImproTf inrni in lliialnesa. Sivitt, The trade revival which began to recent God hates tied on to God by his on the good because manliest itself two or three weeks ago 40,000 he loves it. And when a man gets becomes more marked as time passes. it wont there he is in pretty safe condition. On the stock market the ImproveDemoNot Dut when a fellow loves this world, ment is particularly noticeable. love richest loves what this world only is the volume of sales larger At every opportunity tho peoplo can give him, he is in a pretty bad than they were early in this month, but the prices are higher. This is are expressing at tho ballot box their shape. Again, not only is my choice fixed true of nearly all the solid stocks. disapproval ot tho Democratic AdUvea railway earnings have already ministration and its failures. In No- and my will fixed and my affections begun to feel the Improved conditions, vember, last, the Democracy suffered fixed, but my whole being is fixed. You know it is one thing to have your Iu the latest issue ot the New York a Waterloo unprecedented in Amerihead right and another to get your "I'lnanclal Chronicle" there is a recan politics and sinco that timo city heart right and then your feet and view ot the January statement of railafter city, among them Philadelphia, hands Castorla is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infant and tongue all must be fixed road gross and net earnings, in which Chicago and St. Louis has expressed, nnd Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor and settled for the right. I hive that paper finds there is an increase by largo Republican majorities, tho heard fellows say, Is n, harmless mibstlttito other Narcotic substance. "I've got religion in both items, for the first time in ot tho party right in universal condemnation for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing-- Syrups, nnd Castor OIL uiy heart, sir," and when nineteen months, with the exception in power. It Is believed that they died you could put it on their of last August. Is Pleasant. Its guarantee) Is thirty yrnrs' nso by tombstones, "Here lies a lump of re- February's severe weather will make Millions of Mothers. Castorln, destrojs "Worms nnd nllajs The persistent efforts to have open ligion" it never got out at all, just the showing for that mouth less faforcrishncss. Castorla prevents vomiting Sour Cunl, 8 iloons in Hartford is very unfortu-natThe Indications, though, stayed there. I believe God puts his vorable. cures Dlarrhccn nnd "Wind Colic. Castorln relieves for the best interests ot the town. grace right in the top of a fellow's are that the March exhibit will be deteething' troubles, cures constipation nnd flatulency. That tho friends of tho open saloon head first, and it bores right down cidedly encouraging. Castorln nsslmllatcs tho food, regulates tho Htoiunuh may bo sincere in their ndrocacy ot through his bralu until it reaches Bank clearings are making a better and bowels, giving1 healthy nnd natural sleep. Casis not denied, nnd yet they his heart, then on down until it taps exhibit than they did up to the beginthem, torln Is tho Children's Pnnnccn tho Mothcr'H Friend. have failed to show wherein tho con- his pocketbook. (Laughter.) Then it ning of March. Their recent average has been 15 or 20 per cent, in excess dition of tho town, in any respect, springs up like an artesian well. God Castorla. Castoria. would bo improved. It is quite truo don't commence at the heart and bore of those of last year at this time. " Castorla litn excellent medicine for chil"Castorla Is so well adapted to children thst Prices of silver, too, have gone up. that with saloons hero there would up. You don't begin at the bottom dren. Mothers hire repeetedly told me of Its I recommend It as superior to any prescription good effeet upon their children." known to me." thero of a well and bore up, but you begin Part of the advance here is probably be more whisky drunk, II. A. Ancttcm, M. O., Dr. O. C Osgood, would be moro drunken men on tho at the top and bore down. I like to due to n beliel that China will be a Ill SotOxlvrd St., Brooklyn, M, Y. Lowell, Miss. heavy buyer of silver after the war is streets, there would bo more arrests, see a fellow that has got some sense. " Caitorla Is the best remedy for children of "Our physicians In the children's departover, and some of it may be caused which I m acquainted, t hope the day Is not ment hart spoken highly of their experithere would bo more men confined in i Whenever you see a fellow thithasgot by the European talk in favor of fsr dUtsnt when mothers will consider the ence In their outside practice with Casterla, tho county jail, thero would bo a few more religion than he has sense he is real Interest of their children, and nse Castor! that metal. A consideraand although we only hare among our lustesd of the various quack nostrums which medical supplies what Is known as regular moro trials and convictions, a few a fool; when you see a fellow with ble share of the advance, however," is are destroying; their loved ones, by forcing products, yet we are free to confess thst the more sense than he has religion, he's moro men for the rockpile.But grant- opium, morphine, soot hint; syrup aud ether merits of Csstorla has woo, us to look with a rascal. And it's mighty hard to undoubtedly due to the improvement hurtful agents down their throats, thereby favor upon It." ping all this to bo true, wbcro do in general trade, which will increase split the difference. But when a felsending them to premsture graves." United Hmmtai. and Disfbnsaiiv, these things benefit tho town? demand for silver .as well as all Da. J. P. KlxcnxLOK, low that has got a good level head the Dostoa, Mass. Conwayi Ark, Atu.t C. Burnt, PttL. gets his will consecrated to God he other commodities. As would natuAs the Republican State ConvenTha Centaur Company, TT Murray Straat, New York City. Good rally be expected under such condi tion will bo in session on May 30, will be a power anywhere. sense nnd good religion! Tint's the tions, the rates of money have gone Decoration Day, it is now proposed They nre higher now than at up. that at an hour selected by tho local grandest compound in the world. any previous time since the end of m committee, who bavo the Decoration That tired feeling, loss of appetite the money scare in the latter part of Day services in chargo at Louisville, and nervous prostration nre driven 1893. Nothing like a stringency, BILL OF PARTICULARS. the Convention will adjourn and in a away by Hood's Sarsaparilla, which however, is feared. The Georgia Southern Railway The newpapers that are writing so body repair to Cave Hill and take makes bure blood. Nobody, ol course, looks for anywas sold at Macon, Ga., Tuesday for much about making the race in Kenthing like a boom in the next tew Instead of tuTHZc ntlrrnl. bid in by the tucky this year on State issues and part in tho exercises. S3,000,000. It was leaving National politics alone fail to lessening the attondanco nt the Con., ' The mule interest usedto be a very months. The business torpor ol two bondholder's committee. years cannot be overcome suddenly. state what the Stato issues are. Give vention by reason of the date, if the I great one in certain portions of is properly managcd,as it will tucky.and there are still enough peos The improvement will be slow lor a William Edwards, colored, was us u bill of particulars, gentlemen. be, the attendance will be increased. I P'c interested in mules to take inter-Th- e while, but it will be continuous, and burned to death while figbtiog fire Elizabethtown News. In commenting on the above item Decoration Day services alone ' est in lhe following lacts about the before the present year euds the northo Southern part of near Annetta, in from tbo Elizabethtown mal conditions will probably be restorNeict, the unuer sucn Grayson county last week. extraordinary circum- mule business which the American ed and trade reach the level of the peCovington Pott has the following to stances would repay the expense of Economist furnisbes. Emmty girls employed in the Can. say regarding State and National is. the "Fanners who own jacks and riod immediately precedingthe panic. It will le the trip to the city. jennies will be interested in a study As measured by bank clearance the nellton Woolen Mills refuse to work sues: greatest occasion of the kind ever seen Can the News really be so unmind- in the State. There are several thous- ot the Government mule report, which business of the country is stilt 10 or over ten hours a day, and walk out leaving tho Mill comparatively with ful ot tho condition ot affairs in Ken- and soldiers buried at Cave Hill, was issued by the Department of Ag- IS per cent below that of 1892. but the tucky? Has it forgotten that the riculture last month. There were gap is steadily narrowing. Prices of out hands. State has more natural wealth and and as it is the feeling of patriotic 2,333. '08 mules in 1895, as compar- all -- orts are about this much below taxable proportion The prisoners in tho Eddyville less any otherpropertyin inthe Union? reverence for the dead that makes ed with 2,314,699 mules in January. the average of that year, so that the State than the Day what it is, the observance of 1892, showing on increase of made a desperate break Does it not know that the State TreasPenitentiary 18,409 present clearances may represent as it is not confined to any place. The within three years. This is a gain large a volume of transactions as for liberty Tuesday, but were ury is bankrupt, and that the school after the officers had wounded teachers and State officers are com- delegates who fail to attend the Con- of less than 1 per cent., and so small those did. Because ol the increase pelled to wait for their salaries? Is it vention and take part in the exercises that it should not in nny way affect in population and in extent ot industries.two or three of them. necessary to state that the penal sys. of May 30, will los.e an opportunity the price of mules. But comparing -however, which has taken place seldom presented. Hart county Populists met tern is bad ana that tne common-schofurther the value ot mules on the in the past ten yeais. high' r figtues The system is imperfect? farm, we find it to have been follows." than those will have to be teached beMonday at Mumfordsvillo and nomLook at the public roads. They are Ale Home Flesh. fore the level of the prosperity of 1892 for the in an almost impassable condition, inated John B. Carpenter Value Pitiable condition of Handcock will be touched, but it is evident that perhead. Legislature Mr. Carpenter is a well and the turnpikes, which the people county sufferers says the Owensboro that line wilt soon be in $72 55 built, are now controlled by corporaknown farmer of his home county. Inquirer. Responsible parties living January, 1892 Louisville Commercial. tions which impose heavy taxes fur near "Pinchecoe," Handcock county, January, 1895 47.ss In nearly all tho municipal elec- travel. The Stato election laws are tell of a terrible state of affairs exist-tin- g Tbey are arranged so as The World's Loss tions held throughout tho United imperfect. $j8.oo among the poor class of people to allow the politicians to manipulate showed no baking powder "It seems that mules, which were States last Monday, the Republicans tho ballots and returns in such man-- , between Victoria and Roseville. They so pure or so great In leav worth 47.1 ce each at the hr irinnlnr gained a wonderful victory over the ner as best subserves his interests. say that starvation is staring the inening power as tho Royal. Democracy. Look at tho vast reserves of timber habitant in the face and that many of 1892, in the time of McKinley proand mineral standing untouched, families are actually suffering. They tection, were worth only $47 55 a rirr "Hick. Out" Jin, Cornell, & Col. Q. C. Shanks entered his waiting for the Baw and pick vast have eaten up all they raised Early Sunday morning Champian last head nt the beginning of the present 85th year JaBt Monday. Col. Shanks helds ot wealth unknown to too out- summer and have borrowed fiom each year, under Gorman free trade, the Jim Corbett, with "EaLjr. his manager, Billy loss to farmers and others bein $2H Brady, and a small has been a resident of our town lor a side world and to the manufacturers. party of friends Tho farmer has no market for his other until every corn bin Is e nip ted upon each and every mule which they was in Foley's restaurant, number of years, and is held in high products. The stock raiser must ship and every meat house cleaned out 0n Upper Applying these average Broadway, when young Griffo enteresteem by our people in general. his herds out of the State to find sale It is said to be worse among the few xnvned. Tho tobacco and hemp- - uegro families who reside in that part values to the total number ofmu'es ed the establishment, says a New Long may the Colonel live and happy for them. f may his lot ever be, is tho sincere grower harvests his crop and loads it of the county. It is related as a fact we get at the entire values at each York dispatch. The Australian, in wish of The Repurlican and his on a boat or the railroad train to seek. and vouched for by thecitizens around period, as follows: his usual xondilion, seeing Corbett, Uni-lmnneM- n a buyer. So also must the woolgrow-erTotal value went over to him and asked him to that one Sam Pool, of color, who used many friends throughout the county. of mule,s. "take something." Corbett abruptLet us look at Kentucky as she to live here, became so hard up for 164,882,070 Subscribers, wo wish to call your stands by the side of three northern food that be slaughtered his pony January, 1092 . ly declined and attempted to ignore . 110,927,834 attention to a matter that some of sisters Orltto's presence by turning his back and the tamily is now eating horse January, 1895 In 1850 Ohio's total wealth was meat. to him. Grlflo would not ienored. long since seemed not to noyou have Total I" $63,954,336 but attiacted the champion's notice by tice, and that is the label on your pa 8504,720,120; its per capita, $255. Now Ohio has $3,951,382,480 and "Farmers, teamsters and mule saying: Niiiii June on Illeliesj. per, which indicates the time your the percapita is $1,070. Some of you think it would be a owners generally can see that they "It takes us Australians to do up tubscription expires. You know when Indiana in 1850 had a total wealth fine thing to get rich. Well, I've have lost almost $64,000,000 through you chumps. Teter Jackson can do our time is out, and if you do not of $202,050,201, and a per capita of staed with some of those rich fel- depreciation in the value of mules you nnd I can stand you off for four Now it has $2,095,17G,G2G, want the paper sent to your address $205. lows, and I stayed with one a week, since our good protection times, when rounds myself." and a per capita of $950. any longer, notify us of tho fact, or Illinois in ioou nau iou,20D,uuo but, Brother, I went away thinking, the McKinley tariff act was in force, To this Corbett retorted; "Here else we will continue sending the pa- within its borders, and a per capita "Why, old fellow, I wouldn't get in This is n little extraordinary, because you little whipper-snappego about per. Do not take tho paper for 2, 3, wealth of $182. Now tbo wealth of your old hide and stay there a week under the new tariff we were proniis-e- d your business if you have any or I'll the per for anything I've gotl" 4 or 5 years and then say you never Illinois is $5,006,750,719, a larger demand for all American break you in two." Why, he subscribed and you are not going to capita being $2,525. can't eat, he can't sleep, he can't en- products from the maikets of the Griffo's response was a blow aimed Kentucky in 1850 was richer than pay. For tho benefit of tboso who are either joy life. He is miserable when he's world that were to be opened to us as at Corbett's jaw. Jim stopped of thoso States, except Ohio, it with not posted in regard to this, see the putting tho Commonwealth's total at got it, and miserable when he's losing soon as the McKinley tariff was abol- ease, and then with his open hand he following bit of law relative to pub$301,728,450; and was richer than it, and miserable when he's lost it. ished. Uulortunatelv. this seenn to slapped "the feather" on the chops Ohio in per capita wealth, which was Do you know how much John Tacob be another instance where foreign VICTOIIY. lishers and subscribers: M08T IN QUANTITY. DESTIN QUALIT si severely that he knocked him flat Mr. George Brown and wife visited "Publishers should bear in mind $307. Now it is poorer than any of Astor said he got out of this world? buyers have failed to keep their patt on the floor. Cotbett was wild with the States mentioued in all things ex He got three meals a day, and his of the agreement that was promised that under the general law of this rage, and stooping down he attempted Mr. McDowell Sunday. advanMr. Al Gray, ot Concord, surprised country they can enforce payment ot cept soil, climate and natural $1,172,-232,31- clothes and lodging. That's a fact. for tham by ourfree-tradfalsifiers. to pick GrllTo up that he might slap Its total wealth is any accounts duo them for subscrip- tages. the people very much by not calling Bless your soul, 1 used togetthaton a Commercial. him again. As he did Griffo's right and its per capita is $031. tion for such a length of timo as a Sunday. leg shot out suddenly aud the heel What is the cause? Is it National circuit down Georgia that paid its subscriber receives tho paper from WHITE'S CREAM nepubllcau rontriitlou. Air. Bernard Felix, of Beaver Dam, Cnn the money ques- preacher before I went there $65 a Legislation? the postoffice, as every one of intelliThe Republicans of Ohio county of his shoe caught Corbett on the visited his parents Sunday. tion effect this cause in the slightest? year. I got three square meals a day point of the jaw and the champion gence knows that a debtor can he are called to meet in mass convention, Her and a bed at night, and my clothes Johnnie Brown spent the day with compelled to pay for anv articles he Not Kentucky is responsible. at thtr Court House In Hartford Ky. fell. As his body struck the floor Chester Foster Sunday. FOR SO VPAne peoplo aud politicians and newspa. I got that! One of our millionaires receives. uses It would, or his head collided against the rim of Has lOd all WORM Rnmnril.. been unable to see tbo State Saturday May 18th 1895 at oneo'clock in most cases, be unwiso for a pub- pers have Miss Lucy Maples was very ill last said, when his daughter spoke to him EVEI.Y BOTTLE GUARANTEED.! Elizabeth-tsw- n p. m. to select delegates to attend the an Iron cuspidor. Brady and Billy week. " i n.. .. .... . lisher to discontinue sending his pa- issues. For example, tho 0111.J, jsh ai.i, IIUCUGIBTa. Delaney picked him up unconscious. News has goue on blindly fighu and said: ''Father, what would you Republican per to a subscriber immediately upon State Convention, to bs .Err.?! H r, Mr. James Howell, ol Hopkins ........ .,.. .. mua. 1 a New Year's present?" like lor isIt There was a slight cut on his head the expiration ot the paid term, as the ing State campaignsof on National couuty, visited Miss Clara Foster last home interests. was the last day of the year, and the held, to nominate candidates for sues to the neglect majority of subscribers, in all probaLieut. Gov., Attorney General, just back of his right ear, which bled Sunday. Let tho Elizabethtown News and old year was waning. He looked at freely. Messengers were dispatched bility, wish to continuo taking the "How li 'uri nil NI1I11 lll.eiuo" Secretary of State, Auditor, TreasurMr. John Felix and wife spent the Simply apply paper, but are unable, from ono rea- others of its kind join in tho campaign his daughter, and said: "I want the Swayne's Ointer, Superintendent of Public Instruc- for Dr, Byrant. for the development ot Kentucky gift of a good night's sleep, and son or another, to pay the second an Griffo and his boon companions day with Mr. Win, Brown Sunday. ment " No internal medicine rcquir-eand her natural wealth and resources, tion, Register of Land office, Cures tetter, eczema, itch, nil year's subscription immediately upon Mr. D C. Black uttended the Quar appetite for breaklast made their escape Into their hack and eruptions on the lace. noie, Sc .leavof Agriculture, at Louis-vill- e the expiration of the timo paid lor." and 10 years from today botho Bluo morning." God bless you! I had that terly Meeting at No Creek Sunday. second were driven away, Corbett revived Grass Commonwealth will ing the skin clear, white and healthy. Ky., May 39th, 1895. Miss Mattie Brown spent a very Its great healing and right then I had both those things! none of her sisters. curative powers Also to select delegates to the First and went into the drugstore at the pleasant Sunday eve out walking are Never in tho history of the Re- to Mako Stato issues paramount which (Laughter ) I had what a millionaire possessed by no other remedy. Railroad Commissioner District, con corner and had his wound dressed. In Kentucky has it bavo to do with the building up of publican party Ask your diugglst lor Swwnq's with some friends. couldn't buy. ' Congressmen aud Senahad an opportunity to carry the Kentucky. 34 tyr. Mr. P. W, rittle aud wile nttended OlNTMHNT. Tile neiiiilne Merit Brother, what is it good for? Pile it , vention to be held at Louisville Ky, Of Hood's Sarsaparilla wins friend the Quarterly Meeting nt Beaver Dam State, which in any sense approaches tors are elected to look alter National upl Hoard it up! but il the moneyed , M"y to, nominate a candl Mr. Bulllngton will give you the tho opportunity afforded in this good questions. Let Stato officers look after man in this city would tell you tlte date for Railroad Commissioner for wherver it is honestly tried. To have Sunday. Then Kentucky will best shave nnd will trim your hair In State affairs. said District. perfect health, you must have pure Misses Verda and Cora Felix atyear of 1895. Thero is in the out- fall into lino with her sister States, plain, naked truth, they would say I By order of the County Executive blood, and the best way to have pure tended Quatterly Meeting at No Creek the latest style If you will give him look nothing to eacourago the De- and her peoplo will be moro prosperIncreasing riches, increasing wealth, a oall. B. 1), Gurrv, Ch'm'n. blood is to take Hood's Sarsaparilla, Sunday. KiTiitDin. have brought cares and anxieties Committee. mocracy and nothing (o discourage ous and happy. W. A. Ginso.v, Sec'y. the best blood purifies and strength MOT1CE. There is too much politics in Ken. that I never knew before." They Congress adjourned tlio.Republicans. 1 WAST tterr man and woman la tha TTnlUd April 3d 1895. enough business. builder, Itexpellsall taint of scrof9fr. CrnwrlorU'a IlrKrlltre, that will be rich fall into divers tempfailure. tuckyand not lutes iDtsrasUd In that Opium end Whliar in a sea of disgraceful Rev. J. R. Crawford preached his siblts to hart ooa of mr. books on thsie dls' Is tho bill of particulars sufficiently ula, salt rheum aud all other humors, tations." That Is God's word. An No Congress convenes except by call specific? WoolUy, Atlanta, Ua. tf,,,.,,-di"The Department of Kentucky G. A. and at Stt, and ono "'..i'i lent job (reo. will bo the same time builds up the lost Bermon as pastor of the Cumberold fellow that speuds Ills whole life R. of session between now and the NovemHopkinsville April 17, 189s. whole system. land Presbyterian church here, says making money till he is old and Tickets will be on sale to Hopkinsber election. Should there be a call Tun Republican County ConvenTho bost lnsuranoo polioy the Owensboro Messenger, and will Hood's Tills are prompt and effi- - leave today to session the Congress would bo Repubtion to select delegates to tho State weary, and sits down at last with his ville via Nortonville at one fare; the take up his work as against business inlluro is an fortune, but with no capacity for en round trip April lican, nnd besides it would bo one Convention which meets at Louis 14,15, 16 nnd 17, dent. 35c. synodical missionary of the Tennes- olTeoUvo Advortlsomcnt. joying it, reminds me of a fly that good until April 30 to return. moro acknowledgement by the Presi- vllle May 29, and to the ht Itailroail see synod. During Mr. Crawford's Forest fires near Olaton did con has fallen into a barrel of molasses is We have made nrrangements to Account railroad employes ball at dent that his Admistration is a fail- District Convention, which meets at lour years residence in this city, he siderable damage last week. Severgood for him, but when he falls Into Sandusky House, Central club the Owensboro Weekly Inquirer City, April ure. Thero is no hope from a Na- same time and place, has been called the barrel, then it Is all molasses and al parties, among whom are, John has been uniformly popular, not only with This Rhpudmcan tor only fi.75 16, wilt sell tickets on that date at with the members of his own flock, tional standpoint for the Kentucky for Saturday, May 18ib, at 1 o'clock no fly. (Laughter aud applause.) "I 55c for the round trip, good to return Barkley, Newton Barton, Mrs, This should be but the general public as well. He per year for the two papers. Democracy. No Legislature convenes at tho Court House, Enoch McCrormlck, John will make money, I will have goldl" II. Mrrrick, Agt. Is a pulpit orator of ability and d between now aud tho election, which tho largest Convention ever held iu It will end! It will end! It will endl ou 17th. Byers, Allen and Win, Peyton, lost ., . Christian gentlemiu. Their might by a session's good work bright- - the county. Every Republican should The handwritimy on the wall will be fencing and had some cf their crops The last Fiscil Court ordered that Cry many friends will give up Mr. Craw-for- d mako it a duty to como to Hartford seen, and Bellhazzr's hands will the different Road and Bridge com- badly damaged by the flames. 1 and his estimable wife with ret that day and tnko part iu nanJing the smite together, It will all end! missioners be Instructed to purchase nil Dwt CUI1ES WnltE Alt tlkitAJIo. Use. IJ next Governor of the Btato and the But the fellow that has fixed and tools, Ax, necessary for the workForest fires have been raging about gret. How are peoplegolng to know why lioush Birun. Tutes Cloud. m ("I Ul la time, Kwld bv druxst.tt. Vr In Flint Springs and have done considmen who' si all fill tho othir Btato settled his aflections in the right di- ing of their roads, so as to better lm Why uot tlo so al finer iajr jrour they should trade, with you if you erable damage. rection; he will love the things that prove their roads. next term, offices during the don't tellittbroughTiic anbscrliillon. en Democratic hopes. But Democratic Legislatures in Kontucky tcl i " Tho PUBLISHED EVRRY FRIDAY MORMIMO dom, It ever, do good work. t Stato is bankrupt nnd tho adminisNAM A. AMir.lMON Vroiirlctar. tration of State oilalrs has enmo to bo JO. II, noflKIM Editor. so rotten that thousands of DemoSubscription, $1 25 por yonr. crats are tired and disgusted. With Bradloy for Governor and a well to Friday, Amit, 5, 1895. looted ticket for running mates and a 8TATE SENATOR. united effort in every county, RepubWu are authorized to announce ' licans need have no fear of the result. Dr. A. D. jAMiis, Of Muhlenberg county, as a candidate Stand to your guns, boys, until tho lor State Senator iu the 8th Senatorial polls close District, subject to tlte action of the Republican party. The Nashville Uemociats declare BEFKESENTATIVE. for EvatiB nnd want tho Republican We arc authorized to announce seated. The following call was isEsq. W. I. Rows, Of Centertown, as a candidate to rep- sued for Wednesday night: resent Ohio county in the Lower "Belloving that tho present uufor-tunat- o House of the next General Assembly, contest for tho office of Govsubject to the action of the Republic- ernor has como to be a Stato grievan party. ance which imperils our good name abroad nnd threatens disaster to dear At tlio clcctiou iu Michigan Mon- interests nt home, and seeing that day, tho State went Republican. tho question is no longer ono of fraud at the polls, but an innocent omission Tun Havemoycr& Elder Sugar which was general all over the State Refinery in Brooklyn hns closed down and applies to both parties alike, we, as Democrats of Davidson county, temporariaily. humbly unite in calling a public TiiEinsano naylura at Columbus, meeting at tho Tabernacle in tho city of Nashvillo tho 2nd of April, 1895 Ohio, was destroyed by fire Tuesday. at night, when wo may in a formal tho inmates escaped unhurt. All way petition our members of the General Asssembly, nnd especially suit of the Adams Express members from our county, for a reThe Company against Charalton Elrod dress of grievances by ending tho conwas dismissed Monday in Louisville test and giving Mr. Evans tho office to which tho returns show ho by special Chancellor Abbott. was elected." And yet so desperate nro tho henchi Women voted in Ohio Monday, and several of the fair sex were elect- men of Turney that on Tuesday The balanco ot night this meeting was packed by ed to minor offices. them with a howling mob that by its the State went Republican. disorderly and disgraceful conduct The Democracy met with an over broke it up in confusion. The actiou whelming defeat by tho Republicans of Turney and his followers is fast at Evansville Monday, electiug Haw- making Tenneesee safely Republican. kins Mayor, by over 500 majority. Murttord ilepublicun Chicago oleeted George B. Mayor, in tho Republican, municipal election by about Two years ago plurality. almost or qullo as strongly cratio What is It It o 1 Baggies, Carriages, Ken-proje- pring Wagons, parts' than Ever. Lighter, Better and Cheaper ol (ipfe G. ;.V Call and see our Rubber Tire and 1,000 mile axle Buggies. We lead in Buggies, Fair Tests Harness and Saddlery Goods. 110 112 Main St. and 200 Allen Street, JOHN DELKER, OwonstoOrO. riortoanvin the State the readers of The Republican that our Spring Stock Prices the Lowest, It is onr pleasure to Goods the Newest, announce to thecit Fits the Best, Cnno izens of Hartford and comprises all the novelties of the season, as well as the staples, and for satisfaction you should call and see us. EVANS BROS., r, Importing Tailors, 106 Main Street, Owensboro, Kentucky. e l! v .., Gov-eno- r, d. w. t .i.i Ltn-dru- aeon-srerate- ,,?., Children for Pitcher's Castorla. Rhfubucan, JWWU" a; WWlMMwXlwlili "- wftif (Q'lM-- . f rj- - wy -25-- - Awarded Ugliest Honors Wotld'fl Fair. DR; WCfj SAMNG Subscribe for Tim RRrunucAN and keep up with the procession. Call on Bulllngtoti for a good shave. If you want to reach the people New line umbrellas at Fair Bros, & with your advertisement, place it in A Co's . RnrunMCAN, and everybody will Cbetneeetles at Fair Bros. & Co's. mmmmt BEAVER DAM. Nowsy Lottor From Nolghuorinrj Town Our PffltWIR MOST PERFECT MADE. A pura Grape Creim of from Ammonia, Alum or any Tirtr Powder. Frc olhtradulttran 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. l'ninw, Ai'iut. s, 1895, Hoi-broo- Baled liny for sale by Field & J. C, Riley In 3 ten tons liny for sale. k of baled 34 tf Car- New oil cloth and mattings at son & Co's, Mr. T. O. Baker, ol Mcllenry, was in town yesterday. Davis and Ames Buggies for Bale by Field & Hoi brook. Monday, April 8th, is tbc day, for our Millinery opening. Carson & Co. Mr. J. J. Tilford and little Bon, Fordsville, called to see us Monday. You just ought to we our spring Clothing. Carson & Co. Don't fall to see our big stock this Carson & Co. spring. Bring on your Chickens, feathers and eggs. Carson & Co. $33 pays all expenses at Breckinridge Normal College for one term of 10 weeks. Judge R. R. Wedding made a business trip to Fiinccton, Ind.,last week, returning Sunday. Everybody is invited to be present at our millinery opening, Monday,-AprCarson & Co. 8th. From 60 to 70 teachers are turned out of Breckinridge Normal each year with certificates. Ccme to the opening of our millinery goods, Monday, April 8th, Carson & Co. A petition was filed in County Court Monday to establish a voting precinct at Clinton. RBPUntiCAN il Place your advertisement in Tub nd it will be read by 10,000 people every week. Mowers. J. D. Weslerficld, Poke Gilmorc and James Turpin, of Fordsville, were in town Wednesday. Horn to the wife ol Col. C. M. Bar nett on last Friday, a fine boy. Dr. It. II Pendleton attending physician, Hon. and Mrs. John J. Mcllenry and sister, Miss Isabelle Mcllenry went to Memphis Monday returning Tuesday. Mr. S.UU Loach died at his home near Beaver D im last week o( con sumption, and was buried at UieWill-iam- s hurrying ground. Next term Breckinridge Normal College opens April I, summer term June 10 1895. R. P.SiiACiarsrr Pres. Breckinridge Normal Is prepared to give pupils any course they may elect. R P. SHACKtsTT Pres. Hardlnsburg. When you go to trade with any merchant who advertises in Tim you will confer a favor on the publisher by stating you saw their "ad" in this paper. Two of Shreve's most popular young people, Mr. S. D. Shreveaud Miss Mary Willett, were morried at the residence ol J. W. Conder last Sunday. The young people of Hartlord are earnestly requested to atttend the young people's meeting at the C P. Church Sunday at 6:30 p. m. Topic: "Things to be consecrated." A petition signed by about 70 the town, asking for the submission of the liquor question has been filed and the County Judge has made an order submitting the question to be voted on the 17th of June, clti-zins- Mr. D. L.. Johnson has accepted a position with Messrs. Hocker & of South Carrollton, as traveling salesman for their Marble works. businessMr. Johnson is a man, and will make a first class salesman. first-clas- s Rev. C. R. Crowe, ol Jeffersonville, married" Mr. Arch D, Romans and Miss Mary Anderson, of Caneyville, on the 19th of March, nud that 'Squire tiled to stop them, but they acted sensible and went to a preacher. The following named people went to Oweusboro Tuesday to attend the Masonic Celebration :RowanIIolbrook and wife Miss Anna Bean, J. P Jas. Sullenger, G. B. Likens, J. C. Thomas, V. N- Stevens, V. G. Harnett, Rev. G. J. Bean, writes that he r, Miss Etta Thomas entertained a few of her many fjiends quite last Friday evening. Among those present were Misses Berta Morton, Edna grltlln.Corlnne Cox.iMary Hocker.MaggieGuenther and Messrs. Griffin, Jas. P. Sander-lu- r Wayne and Theophelus McMurray. hand-come- ly The Owensboro Presbytery will be held atBedaonthe 13th ol this month, and will be an interesting meeting. Dr. Darby, of Kvansvllle, Rev. B T. Watson, of Auburn, aud Revs. J. R. Crawford, Willis smith and W. S. Winkler, of Owensboro, and J. P. Hicks, of Livermore with a number of other able divines, will bo present. A large crowd i a expected, Mr. J. W. Curry, Beda, called to see see It. us Monday. If five yon imlil your unlnrrlptloii? The Quarterly Meeting convened In White and colored linens at Fair SupL '.. H. Shultz tells us he Is the School Hall Saturday and SunBros. & Co's. now ready to p.iy one halt the mon- day. Dr. S. X. Hall, of Louisville, Hoys clothing a specialty at Fair ey due the tcochets anytime they the presiding elder, and Rev. E P.. Pate, the regular pis tor, conducted may call at litj office Bros. & Co's. exercises. Services were held SaturMr L B Loncy, Mcllenry, called Mr Isnac Stevens and Miss Armlii-t- a day forenoon. Conference was held to see us mondny. Cote two popular young people of In the altemoon. Sunday's services Novelties in hair ornaments at Sulphur Springs, were married ut the began at 10:30 o'clock as Dr. Hall home of the bride yesterday. was suddenly called to his home. He Fair Bros. & (Vs. Communion Marriage license S D. Shreve to left Sunday at noon. White goods, dimities, embroideries, The Mta Miry Willett. Job. S. Wilson to was held at morning services. laces at Fair Bros. & Co. duettesutig by Miss M. B. CI irk and Miss Cova Morris, S. B. Snell to Miss Mr. J. M. Mooro, Beaver Dam, Naggic McCounell, I. C. Stevens to Mrs.K.J.McKenney was quite pretty. us yesterday. called to see A large crowd was out and visitors Miss Arminta M. Cole. ' were cordially invited to dinner. Love Prof Birch Shields, Cromwell, call- Mr. J. L.Collins was taken suddenfeast was held Sunday afternoon. cd to see us Saturday. ly worse Wednesday cv.entng, and With this the conference disbanded, L. Rowe, Taylor Miues, now he is dangerously ill. Mr, ColMr. Jas. declaring their time had been well was in town yesterday. lins has b:en sick for several weeks, spent. Fair Bros. & Co's dress goods are but was so tar improved as to be able Mr. J. A. Brown and wife spent to be out. Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. K. J. all new and latest styles. Mr. Galen C. Westerfield has sold McKenney, a sister to Mr. Brown. Mr. Chas Rogers visited his parMiss Belle Sowders, one Of Beaver has residence on Walnut Street to ents at Leitchficld Sunday. Mr. W. H. Barnes. Mr. Westerfield Dam's most popular young ladles, Mr. W. P. Scott, Central City, contemplates moving to Louisville, who has been milliner in Morgan-tow- n gave us a pleasant call Monday. for the past two seasons, spent and Mr. Barnes will enter immediatethe last two weeks In the city, returnDr. A. B. Byers, Olaton, called at ly upon the practice oi the law, ing home Saturday. The writer Tjm RitrunucAN office Monday. Mr. S. B. Snell, of near town, and wisher Miss Belle grand success in Col, W. II. Moore.Sulphur Springs, Miss Mary McConnell, of Mcllenry, her work the coming season was in town the first of the week. were married at the residence of the Misses Daisy Stevens, Fannie Both are Barnes, Mrs. F,llza Poyner, Mrs. R. Good domestic, yard wide, 3)c, bride's home yesterday. good calico 4c at Fair Bros. & Co's. popular young people, and enter life P. Hocker, Mrs. H. D. Hunt and llt with bright prospects before them. tie Johnnie Stevens have been quite Mr. D. A. Pierce and brother, Ron sick for the past few days. Miss .Nollre . A. II. sine, gave us a pleasant call MonTo the Commanders of Posts and Rose Taylor is much belter this week. day. delegates of this Department who Mrs. Dorcas Addington, Hartford , Messrs. Steveus and Cole, of Sulpropose to attend the State Encamp- spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. phur Springs, gave us a call yester- ment of the G. A. R.at Hopklnsville, J. II. Barnes and family. day. April 16 1895. There will be a specProf. O. M. Shultz and wife, HartMisses Clara Foster and Mattle ial train leave Louisville over the L. ford, spent Sunday afternoon in Brown, of Victory, gave us apleasant & N. Monday morning, April 15, at town. 10 o'clock a. m. call Monday. Mrs. Dr. P. Rhoads and children, Will arrive at Hopkinsville at 5 Ncwville, have been visiting Mrs. Mr. Adis Pate, of Goshen, has accepted a position In Carson & Co's o'clock p. m. This special train will Rhoads' parents, Mr. W. H. Austin stop 30 minutes for dinner at Bowl- and wife. Mrs. Rhoads was taken grocery store. ing Green. I hope all the Commansick Saturday and Dr. Rhoads came Our entire line of millinery is now ders and delegates along the line will to town Sunday and 'tis thought she open, be sure to sec our styles and go on this train and show the Commahas typhoid fever. prices, at Fair Bros & Co's. nder-in-Chief the courtesy of an Mr. Henry Carson, Hartford, was in town Monday evening. Others blow about their millinery, escort to Hopkinsville. The Department Commander acMiss Nellie Young, Rochester, is but Pair Bros. & Co. can show the knowledges the kindness of the L. & spending the week with Miss Mabel best styles for the least money. N. in furnishing this extra train In Sweatt. Our line of fine shoes and slippers honor of the Commander-in-ChieThe "Deestrick Skule of "Forty warranted are up to date every pair Years ago" will be played Dan O'Rilky, Com. by them at Fair Bros. Sc Co's. night in School Hall. This enterHon. R. P. Hocker.the Ilr.olntloii.nl Itr.preL. tainment will not only consist of Wiibrbas, On the 24th, day of classes conducted in old style, but merchant of Beaver Dam, called at March, 1S95, at 3 o'clock p. m, the the pupils will be dressed in the oddTun RBPOnuCAN office Monday. Allwlse Ruler of the Universe in His est of fashions. Don't fail to see this Mrs. J. A. Pitman, of Rosine, died fit to- remove from entertainment. It promises also to last Thursday morning and was bur- wisdom has seen midst, our worthy brother and be laughable. Come and enjoy a ied at the Ragland burying ground our John E. V. Smith, a hearty laugh. ' 'Laugh and the world Friday. member of Ceralvo Lodge, No. 253, laughs with you; weep and you weep We are selling theclothing a good of F. & A. M. Therefore be It alone." If you come to see this watch given away with every suit Resolvkd, That In his death the "Skule" you will enjoy it, but stay lor $10.00 and upward at Fair Bros. church has lost a consistent member , away and you will always regret it. & Co's. and Ceralvo Lodge one of its most Attib. Mr. Fred Taylor, Beaver Dam, has faitful workers, be it Order Ohio County Jt'onrl. Rbsolved, That this Lodge by Regular Term, First daytol April, joined the"Knights ofthegrip sack," unanimous vote extend to the bes and is selling groceries for a Louis1895. reaved family and friends our heartville firm. 1 Jasper Peters, felt sympathy and condolence Voting Precinct, f For Motion. Mr. Rhea Armstrong, Louisville, RnsOLVKD, That this Lodge feels Whereas there was at the Regular called to see us while in town Monand hereby expresses its loss, and April Term 1895 of the Ohio day. He reports business on the road can only be reconciled by the knowl County Court, a petition filed and improving. edge that our departed and beloved signed by a number of the voters of Miss Lula Carson will opeu up n brother has gone to alodge on high, making depart- where trouble is no more, and where Ohio County asking that a voting millinery and dress precinct be established at Olaton. ment with the Mcllenry Coal Co., he will reap the reward of a well The Court being sufficiently advised Monday, April 8th. and an honorable Jife. Bro. spent that it is necessary for the convenMr. Job. S. Wilson and Miss Cora Smith was, at his death, 83 years old. ience of the public that a precinct be Was Initiated in Hartford Lodge No. Morris were married at the home of established at Olaton. It is therefore the bride's mother, Mrs. Eliza Mor- 156, and was passed and raised in ordered and adjudged by theCourtthat Ceralvo Lodge No. 253, in the year ris, near Horse Branch, last Sunday. a voting precinct be and the same is He has been a consistent and 1853. hereby I established at Olaton with Mr. Aaron Tlchenor, a highly re- earnest Mason for 42 years. the following boundary spected citizen, living near Centtr-towResolved, That a copy of these at the mouth oi Huffs died Tuesday morning, aged resolutions be spread upon the JournCreek on Rough Creek; thence to He leaves a wile and one al 42 years. of Ceralvo Lodge, and a copy sent New Bayraous Church; thence with child, to Tub Hartford RurunucAN.Hart-for- d the Hartford and Hardlnsburg road Herald, and Masonic Home Journi Forest fires were out close to Hor-to- n to the Rosine road; thence with said last week.and the Horton School-hous- e nl for publication. road to C. C White's;thence to Thos. L. Reid, A greai"7Tumwas destroyed. Sanders excluded; thence to J. D. I. Com J. M. Evkrmt, ber of people lost their fencing and Miller's excluded ;thence to the mouth S. L. Fulkerson. J some outbuildings. of McGrady's run; thence with said Morgniitown. Killed nl Dr. J. S. Coleman went to LouisApril 4. News has just reached run to the GraysoncountyIine;thence ville last week to be under medical hereof the murder of Major IlamiN with said line to the mouth of Brown's treatment. He was so far recovered ton at Morgantowu which occurred at Creek on Rough Creek; thence with at to be able to fill his pulpit at Green- 1 o'clock yesterday morning. He Rough Creek and its meanders to ville last Sunday. and two other young men by the the mouth of Hufi Creek, the beginAll the miners at the Taylor Mines names of Sam Spencer aud Alfred ning. Said Precinct shall be named went out Monday morning, owing to Belcher had been In the lockup, after Olaton Precinct and the place of votthe fact that the operators wanted to being turned out, Hamilton was shot ing shall be at Olaton. A copy attest; reduce the price 4 cents ou the ton. and each of the two young men charge D. M. HOCKER, CO. C. C. There are about 225 men out of work the other with shooting. By Ernest Tracy, D. C. now. This is a plain chapter in the hlsto ry of saloons. An object lesson for Tnylor-HtevrGood Reading Free. B. Taylor, Jr., ol Beaver the good people of Hartford, some of Mr. H. Besides giving our patrons one of whose good citizens are clamoring foi Dam, and Miss Maggie Stevens, of this place, wete married at the resi- reopening of saloons in that quiet the best papers in the State, we have dence of Rev.Kelley.pastor of the 1st town as a matter ot business, to light- made arrangements by which we will M.E. Church, Owensboro, last Wed- en taxes to pay expenses. Now good send either one of the following panesday, Rev. Kelley performing the people here Is a human life snuffed pers together with Tub Republican ceremony, after which the bridal par- out, human blood poured out on the repaired to the residence ot the streets of Morgantown, an immortal for the price named. Remember when ty groom's father, Mr. II. B. Taylor, soul hurled into eternity and two you pay up for The Republican and young lives blighted In trouble with one year in advance you are entitled near Beaver Dam.where a host of adto one of these papers at the price miring Jrlends and relatives awaited interminable expense and to gallows named: before them,aud an expense of thousthem and n bounteous repast was serv New York Weekly Tribune , . $1.25 ed to the entire satisfaction of the ands of dollars in the prosecution of Louisville Weekly Cpmmerclal . 1.25 this case to be paid by the people, all most fastidious taste. Mr. Taylor is Home and Farm 1.25 popular young business man of the result of that business experiment Weekly Courier-Journa . . . . 1.75 of saloons which only turned in a Beaver Dam, a member of the firm of 1.50 Taylor & Co., dealers In farm Implei few hundred dollars at most 2.25 Now balance the account. Human Cosmopolitan Magazine ments, &c., and Is a worthy young 1.30 two blighted Commercial Appeal man In every particular, while his blood, and human life, Address all orders to woman, has lives, with imprlsonmnet or the gal bride Is a lovely young The Republican, before them, and perhaps thousbeen a successtul teacher for several lows Hartford, Ky. ands of dollars expense in prosecun daughter of our years, the ting this case, all to be paid by the P. Stevens. The young people have many friends people, on the debit side; with perdollars because who unite in wishing for tbem all the haps three hundred fees on the credit side. Now what Condensed News, hr.ppiness married life mayjhave In think you about this balance sheet? Stories, store. Beaver Dam, Ky, Citizen. Miscellany, m Head Letter. List ot letters remaining In the Women's Department, postofllce at Hartford, Ky. Children's Department, James A. Smlth.Loul Marx, Charles Agricultural Department, Phlpps, William D.Miller, Miss Mary Political Department, Anderson. In order to obtain, the above letters Answer to Correspondents, It Is necessary to say they were Editorials, If uncalled for in 30 days twonty-flv- o Everything, will be sent to the Dead Letter Office WILL BE FOUND IN THK C. at Washington, D. ourier-Joarn- ul W. II, Gripi'in, P. M. f. wide-awak- e post-maste- r, n, to-w- it vizi-Begi- nning n. Globe-Democr(semi-weekly- .) il Thr I a necessity bectfma the tonlo of winter air li gone, and milder weather, Increased tnolituro, accumulated impurities In the blood and debilitated condition ot tba body, open tho way for that tired focllag, nervous troubles, and other Ills. Tbe skin, raucous membrane and the various organs strive In vain to relieve the Impure current of life. They all weleem edicine EAVER DAM! pnng A MESSAGE FROM-- cod's Sarsa-parill- a to assist Nature at this time whan she most needs help, to purity the blood, tens and strengthen the laboring organs an4 build up tho nerves. "I have used Hood's Barsaparllla an have derived great benefit from It. Alias; a very severe attack of the grip last wlnt I took a bottle and soon regained strsaKUs ndflesb. It has entirely cured me of & zlncss. My whole system wss tonsd ufl strengthened."Mna Ajthib L. MevMOh Bardstown, Kentucky. - "I was troubled with Inactivity ef Um kidneys resulting in Jaundice, bat I have found Hood's Barsaparllla J, B. Bible, Mossy Creek, Tennessee. Purifies The Blood Hood's Pills A aii'ilg' Hnrprlae lllrtlnlny Dinner Was given to A. II. Davison the 17th of March. He was born and raised In Knox county, Tenn., there he married Sara N, I.iles, who bore him eight children, three ol whom have crossed over to the other shore. About 45 years ago he moved to this State and settled on a farm near Cromwell where he still lives. Only a short time after he moved there his wife departed this life to enjoy the realities of an unknown world, after which he married Julia A. Gillstrap, who is the mother of 9 children, 7 of whom still live. Uncle Alex, as he is generally called, has reached the ripe age of 8oyears. His children prepared the dinner and carried it there for him; he knew nothing of it until the children began to gather in. It was a beautiful Sabbath day, and when the children and a few ol the neighbors gathered in they numbered 63. Four genera tlons were represented. Altha Thomas, daughter of J. II. Thomas, Beaver Dam, ivas the only there. A sumptuous dinner was spread and partaken of by all, after which lots of provisions were left. After the pleasant meetings and greetings of the morning and the much enjoyed dinner the crowd gathered in the family room with the father and mother in the center; after a song a short talk was given by Rev. James Davis, the. eldest son, after a prayer was offered by Rev. Hampton followed by another short talk by Rev. Davis, after which the crowd begun to separate for their respective homes, feeling that they had enjoyed a day long to be remembered. A Granddaughter. d When When When When Baby was tick, ire gave ber Castorh. she was a Child, she cried for Cutoria. she became Miss, she clung to Castorla, she had Children, she gave them Castorla, Members of Congress are allowed garden seeds to the amount oi $125 each to distribute among their rural constituents. Secretary Monton has the names of 100 of the late tariff reform combination who sold the seeds and pocketed the cash, and he proposes to publish them and thus make some hearts of retired statesmen ache. Commercial. people are not disposed to peruse long, voluminous epistles, and we aro not inclined to want to be considered GARRULOUS, we will say at once that we have THREE THINGS especially to say and these are said as a matter of business to the PEOPLE and OtJRSELVES, and not for the benefit of the printer. Wo have JFIRST: Ladies DRESS and FURNISHING goods especially arranged for the good trade. Any lady desiring a special Wedding outfit or anything niceshould 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 spring we want every lady to give us a call. Miss VIOLA PIRTLE, whose experience in the city trade as well as home will be 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 ABSOLUTELY fine and fashionable is not picked up everyday. Now we have a line from the largest Importer and Manufacture in New York City, whiclr will suit for the best occasions. Wedding suits a specialty. This is not mere BUNCOMBE, but business. LOOK AT OUR SUITS. It will cost you nothing to look through. As to OHEAP 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 rearrange your rooms and we have a fine LINE of CARPETS. You can come and buy off 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 we are headquarters for everything wanted by the people. In staples, we are "right up and the prices are right down." " vAtlie fl House-keeper- s. ( Wl V i .2 ? y The Lexington Business College. (INCORPORATED.) We have SHOES of every variety. The Finest and the Cheapest for j53 A $3SrS LADIES, GENTLEMEN and CHILDREN. We have Prints, Tickings, Plaid?, Domestics, Cotton Jeans, Cottonades, Ac, "dirt cheap." GROCERIES, HARDWARE, TINWARE, &o., &c. FURNITURE to suit anybody, and for any purpose, "Parlor Bets." "Bed Room Sets," Safes, cheap goods in lots and will sell cheap. Wo will remind our farmer friends that we havo on hand the Old Re liable Raw Bones, Ac., for corn, oats and clover, also , "Homestead" lor d lots and sell at d tobacco and gardens. These we have in car-loacar-loa- (Qjjpj Illtfhnit CoinmonwefcUb, Urn lrt.llen rrnur ol the Collegt. aud tbu Hrcwtarr and of ttn Hlttt Hcurlty Trust uil Btftty of tbe Trcnaurtiulcntnir Ita IHpIoiua. Viiult Co. THE PAAC1IML SCHOOL OF THE SOUTH. iCotmetrit with th- - State i. & U Colltgt.) prices. Get in your wagons, and bring your families, Bring us your good COUNTRY PRODUCE and CASH. Resp'y, to HOCKER & CO. Beaver Dam, March 28, 1895. Mew Cliureh. The first M. E. Church of Beaver Dam will be dedicated on the first Sunday In May by Rev. J. W.Turner, oflHilsville. There will be services at 10:30 a. m., 3:30 p. m. and 7:30 p. m. on Sunday. Everybody in the county Is invited to attend with a well filled basket, and bring someNow, we hope the one with you. people will understand that all are Invited to come, regardless of name or or order. There will be other men oi ability In attendance, so everyone will have on opportunity to hear some able preaching. Come. Yours, . U. Ferryman. 33 St ... fellow-townsma- J$ JtLj S Ju Re member you got the New York and The Republican both for one year, for one dollar and Tribune cents. Ltauil The llndd House. Mr. P. Frehlich, of Chicago, has IIKCOJIHH.NIIEI) II V lUsumyoMurceKifal leased the Kudd house and will take HutieniB, wtiOM tkilitrfes Bgrrr gait Iiuwlml of Charge on April 15, says the Owenslliouinnilssof tlollur pr aunuru. leading Ili;t'i:ili;.M'r.M. Mcum or the aud buslntita man who art Iti frleoda boro Messenger, lie will have enami pntrotM Nyatrrn f artiinl, practical buatuea. Inatrurtlou lined In mry depart tire control of the hotel, bar and launniuk um nihaeqtial-- br atiroiher plan, mut MTsr.VT ANI IIIUIIIINY AWAIIIIM. "All dry. Mr. Frehllchhas hadseventeen ihu lint rrLNitumi, uoldand lirunx Medaltand IMplonjav, ttc ." at tba Intrruntlonal Rvpoaltlfm, awardtd tin kytem cf years experience in the hotel busiUHt'd tu liil- - folles llrad part turn!, 13 yean practical ness and comes highly recommended, if lltislnr i and txprt accountant, riprrlt nm AWAlfll Ot WOIlsMk'M t'O. He was until lately In charge of the l!imir'.T Bja-iLVJ1IUAN KXrolTIo.V tu ' Transit hotel In Chicago. Mr. W. of Hhortband," taught In tbU Colic, and the 111 ho t KnilorMiurnt In the World M, Rudd met Mr. Frehlich in Chicato tbe head of ourbhurihaud Dtpartmenlteu reporter i, from the author of thla sjritem. Tt.M'uitAI'IIY. huirlnUiideiit ofour go and closed the trade with him llnllwajr nntl Tclrtfrnpli Mjatriu baa a record of II year' nractlcul riprleute. from Mght there. Mr. Frehlich arrived here Operator to Chief Train Dlpalchrr, with the largeat 'Iruuk Line In America. Kudore! by Sunday to make preparations for Opemt'tfi Irnin IMnpatrhera, Huptrlntendenta, ay and tflrgraplicontpaulea. and 0 If t 'lit taking charge on the 15th. Hi World owning and TJie Only Nrliool tu Jtnllway Hyittm fur the Pf rati im a ui, tU(e The transfer will involve a number purpose of in t lute Ha gradual! to go direct to iMMlifuixt practical upereioni liViNUiviniAL INWTUCCTIOX in all of changes in the official force. Mr. dtpartnipnu. Au (lata Work. mut: with any courie, I'tnmantblii, llulnu Drailey, of Chicago, will be tbe cashCurrenpondtMicp, Commercial Law, Cummerclat ier, Mr. C. D. Rudd retiring. Other Arithmetic and Hpvlllng ur roMTIuNK.-"OUuarante Plan, changes have not yet been announctent fr. Write for It, u III Jlti nriUlt win av ynu inonty- nIbat for Imtruciloni, S70.000.00 tMuarant ed. or money re- our College la aa reprenentM, funded. I.I.I.UA1 nTiv ut, to meet tne owned, erected and furuUbed by requirement! of our practical aysteru ol InstrucWantbd. To employ an energetic, tion, Ileal. Mrctrl Ualit. Water. ventilation. Tba laraeet and moel (rfect equipped llualuraa Colics "ulldlng Lady or Gentleman to represent us, ii ill. Salary $50.00 per. K, -IlKWAltupon Homa college, whoeereipomlblllty in each County. their word only, will tell you thai reel Address month and a commission. Ihey will give you tba init,H or a nor llook-lircplii- Oillrlnl I'lidoraenirnf. th Hot lr rt The U. S. Gov't Reports show Royal Baklnx Powdtr superior to all other. lMleal Pllenl ey ." Weekly thorough ctmr in time," or fur " lea money, ' etc. than H take to complete a with ua llewar Catalogue free, ctir .r ftalae. Illuatrated ol iuch clalmr. liter AjdreM, 11 U CALUOUN'. Principal, V with starap CiiAS.--A. 36 fin " ' Rodinsom & Co,, Sallna, Kans, Moisture; Intense itching and stlnglng;most at n!ght;worae by scratching. If allowed to coutinue tumors form, which olten bleed and ulcerate, becoming very sore. Swane's Ointment stops the itching and bleed, log, heals ulceration, and In most cases removes the tumors. At drug-cist- s, or by mall, for 50 cents. Dr. Swaye& Son, Philadelphia. Symptoms Itelitnc Pile. I 11 I M '$ W7- imu.ujBWHi,.jg Hartford Republican Fiuuav, Armt, 5, 1895. COLORED DEPARTMENT. by r. a. oaiiy. Albany Argxu says: "The dlstanco botweou the woman and the homo Is widening overy day." be anything moro nauseating than tlio cigarette, ft is the poor deluded particle of humanity in the shapo of a "kid," a vcrltablo gosling of a boy who npes his elders, tho knights of tho little less obnoxious The r?HMnsMtffi!MBimaMttnira HaaHanBaftnVaCHMBaaRlBata.BBaB " I Representative Dalzell, of Penniyl-vaniis another Republican who declares his colleagues will make no atCongress tempt in the to bring about any distinctively partisan legislation. He says that the best thing for the House to do will be to pass the necessary routine bills and then goboine. From present indications he Is inclined to believe that the long session may end in April or May. That would be an earlier adjournment than has come In many years, and is hardly likely to be had In 1896, but the general opin ion among Republican Congressmen, that but little will probably be done beyond passing the appropriation bills, which the Pennsylvania statesman expresses, is of some significance. Dalzell is an Litimate friend of Thomas B. Reed, who will be Speaker, and in these expressions he ery likely sets forth Reed's feelings and purposes. Those who have been looking for a reopening of the tarifT and finance Fifty-Fourth I saw one of your subecrlbers till In your columns a few weeks ago how she made money selling Dish Washers. I wrote to the Iron City Dish Washer Co., U. K. rlttsburg, Pa.,and obtained one of their Dish Washers and tried it myself first. It is just lovely; you can wash and dry the dishes for a family In two minutes, without touching your hands to a dish or putting them In hot water. I made the first day.&.oo, and everybody wanted a Dish Washer just as soon as they saw.me wash their dishes. Since then I have made as high as J18.00 a day, and I believe that 1 can get enough money to Veep my brother at school this wlntet and have money In the bank too. Any lady or gentleman can do as welt as I am do lug, I am sure.as I had no experience. When everybody wants to buy, it is not hard to sell. Anyone can get by writing the above firm, I am glad to add my experience, because I think It Is my duty to others to help them over the hard times. VIRGINIA HERNE. CoiiurM legislation In Hie A Chauco to Mako Mouoy. The sisters of the Mysterious Ten the U. B. F. met Monday night with a large number In attendance. The U B F. Lodge is gaining ground in the State of Kentucky and the United States very rapidly. It was of Ir thcro Cosisympfioni vraa formerly pronounewl inourablo. of tho early stages of the diseneo Now I In all I it ia not. Scott's Emulsion i& strength. will effect a euro quicker than any olbor known Bpocifio Scott a Lmulsion promotes tlio making of healthy relieves inflammation, overcoiura tho cxcvm-hwasto of tho disease nnd gives vital luiig-tnwuo ' a, established by colored men in Louisville in 1865 and has grown to be one of the greatest organizations in The National Grand the country. Master appointed II. B. Cassell, last August, Deputy Grand Master to the West coast of Africa to establish Lodges in that country. Mr. Cassell is a uativc of Africa and highly educated, having been educated at Monovia College, Liberia, Africa, and is doing great good in the work of civilization. He will look well after the interests of that grand benevolent As the order was established order. in 1865 this is its 30th year. We think it would be well for us to celebrate Its 30th anniversary. The U B F, Lodge in this place will have its thanksgiving sermon on the 3td Sunday in April, We anticipate a grand time. The M. E. Church, of Haytl, was very fortunate in securing the services ol Rev. Wm. Johnson for another year. Rev. Johnson did good work here last year and owing to a more extended knowledge of the situation it is believed that he will do more cigar Duniva February when tho mercury washovenngaround and often below zero and whilo blizzard chased blizzard from the icy North, tho editor of the Kentucky Now Era ponned tho following lines, which not only tell much truth, but which hnvo tho genuine MoKinloy ringing. Hear tho enemy of free blizzards: "In tho namo of McKtnley wo protest against the freo importation of pauper Manitoba blizzards to coino in direct competition with our frceAmer-lea- n What's Congress doblizzards. ing that it does not put a tarifl ou blizzards, and, if it can't raise the price, at least raise tho temperature?'' have taken your county paper for several years without pay. ing for it and the publisher sends you a bill, don't fly into a passion and say you never subscribed for the paper anyway and you don't want it any lotiger. Don't tell the postmaster to mark tho paper refused. The chances are you did subscribo for it nnd have been taking it from the oflico and you and your family have been using it all these years and this araouuts to a Bubsciiption. If you fed inclined to do any of these mean things, just remember tho common old, everjday Golden Rule: "Do unto others as you would that others should do unto you," ami pay up like a man nnd a year in advance. Remember that the editor and his family have to live, tho printers and pressman have to be paid, paper, ink, insurance, rent and coal cosIb m iney, at il the income on which the publisher depends to pay nil these expenses is made up of little bills like yours, scattered all orer thecouutry. In order that tho effects aud tendency of an act be understood fully, we mmtsupposo the condition Well then, suppose to bo general. every subscriber should refuse to pay his subscrption? Tho paer would die too quick to summons a physician. These remarks apply to only a small per centof the subscribers to every country paper, each a loss of several dollars to the publisher and henceforth they should refuse to adopt such little methods and pay up, thus giving themselves a clear conscience and making the editor happy. lii a. Tor Ooughs, Odds, Weak Lungs, Sore Throat, Sorofuls, AosmU, Bronchitis, Consumption, Loss of Flesh and Wasting Disease, of OhlUnw, Comes soon to all who employ the helpful services of Buy only tho gonuino with our trade-Soott A Downo, J t-f Lirnujvr N. Y. X- ,.,.. aMilLf vr uivu trri4vnt sLPt?? .ai (Vfta nutii All Drugslota. OOoonts nnd St. 11 H : I The N. K. Fail-banCompany, - St. Louis. 3jassinMaiJasisiiSM!ssaBiiiEKaiiaHiJzujM2S2!ri k Does the work quicker,- docs It better, lasts lonrer. . nncc. 001a every wnere. juaae omy oy mmn ..,. Begin its usa at i YOU CAfi MAKE MONEY .a When you liable commission merchants, and because they can handle shipments quick A trial shipment solicited, write Specialties Kegs. Butter, Poultry, to them for quotations before shipping Fruits of all kinds. Beans, Potatoes, Onions, Hay, Grain. Headquarters for Furs, Hides and Wool. Capital, $40,000 00. Liberal advances made on con signments, uencrai correspondence soiicucu. SS.SlSSSJteciE,,SS.: because they arc the largest and moat re and to the best advantage for the shipper. FIX 1 frjrfSj this year than last. TheM. E. Church, of Hajtl, will hold Easter services ou the 14th ol April. Everybody is invited to be with us on that day and help us in this great missionary cause. We are going to have a grand time. The attention of the colored people was called to theconditlon ofcemetery of Hayti a lew weeks ago. There should be something done immediately about enclosing the grounds, so the colored people of Hartford and vicinity are requested to meet at the schoolhouse Tuesday night the 2nd of April to elect trustees for the cemetery. This is.a matter of vast im portance to all the colored people and it is expected that nil will meet. We are sorry to say that Miss Ellen Louis is but very little better this week than last, but we hope she may soon recover. Mr. Charles Parks is no better. It is hoped that his condition is not as serious as some think it is. His many friends are very anxious for his recovery. Rev. J. H. Ealy had a rally last Sunday and realized a handsome sum for which the committee has his IN YOUIl MIND us e. And when you want Furniture, come and look around and got acquainted. Our stock is full of good tilings, not expensive but moderate-priced- , et stylish and up-to-dat- HHJJHIli3BI J 1 ' IF YOU arc a judge of Furniture, WWWSmm il' ' questions in the Fifty-Fourt- h Con- collection of the most famous of these Mr Thomas Walker moved from portraits and used them to illustrate DOUN& the Wood Phlpps property near the an interesting article by a distinVOLUME B F. colored Baptist Church to the guished Frence critic, Fr. Thlebault OF Moseley property near Haytl. Nor does the beauty of the Sission. SELECTED Mr. Dora Sullenger his moved from originals fall short of the ideal on the near Haytl to the White Settlement. painter's canvas. In the same nummind throughout the term. Moreov- There has been quite a moving around ber is a delightful article about the SIXTY-FOU- R PLATES. isle, for so many cent famed er, they are aware of the limitations among the colored people. Size ol pate, 11 by UVi Inches. Mr. W. II. Ross.the District Grand turies a fortress and prison Elaborate Cover In flold and Colors, and restrictions which the control of Highly Enameled Paper. "Pearl-Divinand part of the Government by the De Master of the Grand United Order of TO Sl.OOa- Odd Fellows, will visit the Lodge Its Perils," by an English naval offimocracy imposes. A Republican tarhere on the stb of April. All the cer, written from personal)experiences, iff bill would have no chance of receiving the President's signature, and members are requested to meet him is perhaps the most thrilling tale of probably it would not pass the Sen- at the Odd Fellows' Hall. exploration of the ocean's depths ever 1 700 colored people emigrated to put on paper. The fiction of this ate, although tw or three men In that body who are called Populists Mexico from the South a few weeks number is unuasually entertaining. We think the colored people occupy Republican ground on that ago. SPECIAL NOTE TO OLD SUBSCRIBERS You can obtain tbli Tlandsomo One DolUr nook, Don't Slop Tobncco. 5 our suMcnptlon doce not oiplro for seTtnl pottage paid, by renewing now lor one jcar issue. Action on the great questions ought to stay In this country for they HOW TO CUKR YOUHSELP WlIlLK week or monttu jet, eceJ id jour renewal and tne data on jour paper will to tet tonvard VU9 JSlt of legislation will have to wait until have cleared the forests and tilled the Using It. The tobacco habit grows T. IIEcontrnt of the art nln of Tltwj the Republicans secure control of the soil and have contributed largely in on a man until his nervous system is iboio referred to consists of a selection of rixtv rocii hotOKraphle entire Government in 1897. Happily making this country what it is, and seriously eflectcd, imparing health, reproductions of the Columbian Excomfoit and happiness. To quit sudposition, and b Invaluablo aa weU as none ol those questions are really ur- we are now citizens of the United denly is to severe a shock to the sysartistically beautiful. gent at this time, and they can be States and helped materially in mak- tem, as tobacco, to a inveterate user, This now becomes a stimulant that his system GlDeUEEBS postponed without embarrassment to ing themselves citizens. is the grandest country on the globe. continually craves. o B is a N. Y. Tribune. the country. SHOULD TAKC U THIS OfrtH So since we have helped to make this scientific cure for the tobacco habit AT OMCCl a.aw in nil its forms, carefully compoundOutfit, consisting of sample nf book and CORRESPOROENCE FROM AGENTS INVITED. country what it is we' should stay All Art Treasure. SampU paper, teuton receipt of S3o to pay cost of wrappln j, malllne and prepayment. ed after the formula of an eminent There is no more fitting, beautiful here and enjoy the blessings of this Berlin Physician who has used it in or enduring memento of the great great country. Every negro is nat- his private practice since 1872, withKAST BOUND dlaly daily Columbian Exposition than the hand- urally a Republican or should be and out a failure, purely vegetable and r.OTJINVII.I.K.NT. LOGIN ATIX It. II No. 52. No 54 WEST BOUND dally daily. selected the next two years are going to be guaranteed peilectly harmless. You some volume of sixty-fou- r I,v Henderson . . 7 20 a m 2 55 p m can use all the tobacco you want, No 53. No. 51. views which we are now offering free great years in politics so the negro of a m Baskctts . . . . it will noti- L,v. U. IflUisville 6 30 p m 7 30 a 111 Spottsville . . . 7 34 n in 3 10 p m to every new subscriber or old bub the South should stay here and do his while taking to stop. 7 42 3 16 p fy you w hen Wegivea writ. . . o 45 P m 7 J5 a m Ky. Street Reads 8 50 a ra 3 23 p ra scriber who renews lor one year. It duty toward the grand old Repullcan ten guarantee to permanently cure . 8 35 a m West Point 7 25 p in Worthlngton . . 7 58 n m 3 30 p in should be borne in mind that this party and we will have a long period any case with three boxes, or refund Howard . . . , 7 30 p m 8 28 a in Stanley . . . . 8 06 a m 3 37 p m the money with 10 per cent, interest. Willowdale . . 7 39 P m 8 37 a m affair, but a of prosperity in this countiy. collection is not a cheap Griffith . , . . 8 09 a m 3 41 p 111 Baco-Curis not a substitute, but a Rock Haven . 7 47 p m 8 45 a in carefully chosen series which is Mattingly , . . 8 17 a 111 3 47 p m scientific cure, that cures without the Branch r 7 55 D in 8 st a m Iong Owensboro . . . 8 30 a m 4 00 p in artistic, beautiful and instructive. DON'T FORGET THAT aid of will power and with no incona 04 p m 9 02 a m Uranuenuufg ,f Pates 8 40 a 111 4 08 p m To those who saw the Fair it will venience. It leaves the system as Hkron . ; 8 13 p m 9 n a m . . 8 55 n 111 4 20 p m Powers . . pure and free from nicotiuc , as the serve as a delightful rememberance; Guston . . . . 8 31 p m 9 19 a m Waitman 905 u 111 4 29 p in day jou took your first chew or Irvington . . . 8 30 p 111 9 30 a 111 to those who were not so fortunate it Iewispott 9 13 a 111 4 36 p m Sold by all druggists, with smoke. Webster . . , . 8 38 p ui 9 39 u 111 Cayce 9 19 a tu 4 42 p ra will prove an unfailing source of enour ironclad guarantee, at $1.00 per Lodiburg . , , 8 45 p in 9 47 a m Palcon . . . . 9 23 a m 4 45 p nt tertainment and education. Send in Yet on hand on tlio Sulphur Springs box, three boxes, (thirty days treat8 55 p m 9 56 a in Pietce Petrie . . . . . o 20 a 111 i n m youryeajly subscription or renewal Road onebalf milo of Hartford ment,) $2 50, or sent direct upon reSample, , . . 900pm 10 00 a in Hawesville . . , 9 37 .1 111 4 59 p m SEND SIX ceipt of price. Stephensport , 9 09 p m 10 09 a in Skillmati . . . . 9 48 a 111 5 09 p m with the subscription price $1.25 and City; have received a large STAMPS FOR SAPLE BOX, Addison . . . 9 14 p 111 10 14 a m Shops 10 00 a m 5 21 p m we will send you the volume free and BOOKLET AND l'KUUl'S FREE. Holt 9 17 "p m 10 20 a m Cloverport 10 05 a 111 524 p ra postage paid. 28 p 111 10 33 a m Eureka Chemical & Manufacturing Cloverport 9 Holt 10 20 n in 5 36 p tn We can fit you in tho BfcST goods Company, Manufacturing Chemists, unops . . . 9 31 p m 10 37 a m Addison . . . . 10 23 a 111 540 p m AtlrerlUe M tuition IlnteToHell, La Crosse, Wisconsin. Skillmati . . . 9 43 p ra 10 50 a m Stephensport . , 10 8 a m 5 45 p in If jou want to sell anything. There and BEST bargains. Hawesville . 9 54 P m 1 1 02 a tu Sample . . . . 10 37 a ra 5 52 p m B. F. MOSELEY & CO. may be a dozen people wanting what OJSlTLmTLm Petrie . . . . 10 02 p ui 1 1 09 a 111 Pierce. . . . 10 41 a m 5 57 p m A. A you have to sell but don't know that i A. Palcon . . . 1007 put 11 15 a m Iodiburg . . . 10 49 a 111 6 06 p m 7S7 Cayce . . , 10 12 p 111 11 19 a 111 you liae it. During the last lour or Webster . . , , 10 57 a 111 6 14 p m JlAirrFoKD, Kentucky, Lewisport . 10 18 p in 11 25 a 111 Irvington . . . 11 05 a 111 6 22 p m five weeks we know of replies to adWaitman . , 10 25 p w 1 1 33 n in Guston , . . . 1 1 14 a tu 6 40 p m vertisements in Tub RurunwcAN e Q.l Powers . , . 10 35 p m 11 43 a in Ekron . . 11 22 a 111 6 48 p in Co n from Ooltewah, Nashville, Knoxville, Pates . . . , 1048 p in 11 56 a :n Brandenburg . 11 31 a m 5 58 p m Greenville and Ripley. Only a few Owensboro , 10 59 p 111 12 06 p m tang Branch . 11 39 a m 7 07 p m The Leading Fhotographsr. Mattlngly . . 11 09 p 111 12 18 pm Will draw dralts from a nice, seat Rock Haven . 11 47am 7 14 pm days ago we received a letter asking Griffith . . . 11 14 p m 1223 p 111 Willowdale . . 11 53 a 111 7 21 p m quotation on Stock peas, but none cozy cottage up to a flue tno stKy Stanley . . , 11 18 p in 12 27 pm Howard ?i,l.ri. 1b Ererr Sirli .a. Site. . . 12 02 p m 7 30 p m are adveitised. Two men have been bouse. Will draw plans free of Wotthlnglon . 11 25 pm 12 35 p m West Point . . 12 05 p m 7 35 p m charge. Will make careful estimates t6y01d Pictures Copied and Enlarged wanting to buy cows. We suppose 011 all kinds of Reads . . , . 11 33 p in 12 42 p 111 . 12 45 p m 8 15 p 111 Ky. Mrcet buildings, and remod-A BPEOIALTY. Spottsville . . 11 45 pm 12 53 p tn Ar. U. Louisville loop in 8 30 p m there are lots of cows to sell but these old houses. Motto "Live and Dasketts , , . 11 53 P ia 59 P ' 108J Mta Street. II. C Mohduh, O P. A., men didn't know it. Moral: When let live." Louisville, Ky- OWENSBORO, KY Ar. Henderson 12 10 a m 115pm Ou.37 you have anything to sell advertise No dis gress will be disappointed. turbance from either of those issues will be inflicted on the country in the next two years. The overwheK mlng Republican majority in the House, which will be under the direction oJ speaker Reed, will stand as a harries against all harmful agitation of those questions. In the Senate, of course, the Republicans may not be in undisputed control, but the financial tinkering which that body may favor can not hurt anything, because it will be killed In the House if it reaches that branch. The revival of business which the absence of Congress until next December is helping to bring about will not be suspended when that date arrives, for the Republican managers in the House will see to it that no disturbing or distracting measures shall be enacted. The fact that the country wants a rest from all agitation calculated to unsettle business is well known to the Republican leaders in Congress, d and they are sagacious and enough to keep it firmly In public-spirite- all the more likely make a customer of you. Tu Y us once anyway, il only for a 25c. kitchen chair. A little sometimes marks the beginning ol an extended friendship and large sales. WE fill mail orders promptly and the same as if voir were here. 13. we will qSlBBtmaR&BBM . S. WOLF, 112 W. Main, Owensboro. thanks. Mr. John Duvall has moved from the Hoover property opposite the m a brick yard, to his own home In North Cry Hayti Mr Luke Taylor and family have moved from his" mother's property in I.licinry olrw, North Hayti to his own home on "The Beautiful Models of Paris." Main street opposite the Odd Fellow's in the March Cosmopolitan, satisfy a Hall. long-fe- it curiosity in regard to the Mr. Wesley Maclanahan has moved women who have been posing for tLe from the Herald property to Mr. world's famous paintings. The CosJames Thomas property on Main mopolitan has carefully gathered a QUAKER CITY BAKING POWDER , Pitcher's Castorla. Children for 'Qpasncrrr IUkino Powph" Ii of til we've found tbo n.1!'1 ben j, "on est trl.1 i .'" rennlM . get a urn rlo Of roar Orocernn. l ror,uw.!i.r am ,, hM-I- t itT. ..w -. - 1M1- . . .. ,.r. n ,. -- - eenPted"by WAttSSQlNT & H.ID50nE UU reat Value FOR I.ITTLK MONIJY. .--. Of 1 1 "- street. OUR Weekly views the wotld for a Trifle, ? PREMIUM OFF PHOTOGlJlPmc MEWS mi. -- sea-gir- g FREE. $ .25 for one year's subscription WORTH EVERY PERSON SENDING. to The Hartford Republican. 1 1 A twcnty-iug- e journal, is the leading Republican family paper of the United States. It is a NATIONAL PAMILY PAPER, and gives .11 the general news of the United Stales. It gives the events of foreign lands in a nutshell. Its Agricultural department Ins no superior in the country Market Reports are nxognUed authority. Separate departments for Its The Family Circle. Our Young Folks, and Science and Hfcchnnics. Its Home and Society columns command the admiration ol wives and daughters. Its general political news, editorials and discussions arc comprehensive biill-iaspecial contract rnnt.l. ... and exhaustive. A -- nu '. .1.. Pienuin journal and TUP. HARTFORD RBPUHLtCAN lor nt m r Xtt A. .A. Ti .U.i 739 TO ' . " 1. V mmM ii W V. Wi I 1 1 "wNwa(M, mwm, teis&iiidi 1 $1.25 ONE YEAR lira. The regular subscription for the two papers is $1 25 Subsc.iption mar begin at any lime. Address all orders to A.dTranca aco-Cur- HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, Write your name and address on n postal card, send it to Geo W Best Room 2, Tribune Building. New York City, and sample "Smv of' THit NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE will be mailed to you Baco-Cur- 111 o B.F.MOSELEY&CO. ... A .... ... ... j jut Stock of Groceries, TWO-CEN- T JO. IjTTODEB, tractor nui Mk Mil on t. . .. , al IT'S INJURIOUS TO STOP and don't be .tnrxiscd unm, SUDDENLY 1 b'tnicdjr that rfflul,cs you to do so; as it is ,ul,""K ",u,c l"i, a suoitnte. In thesud-de- n stoppage of tobacco j 011 must have some timulant and In most all cases, the eflcct of the btitniilaiit. I it opium, morphine or other pistes, Ifnvfs a 'ar worse habit conn trade Ask yourdriiBcist ahout IUCO CURO. It is ptirelv vegetnble. Yuu do not have to stop nslug tobac- i u u.u-uuk: ... Itwill . '. iTT r nouiy jou wntn 10 stop and your cieMrc lor IoImcco will cease Your sys,r tem will be an free from nicotine ns tlio it tv henn. unn tnni. .... . ... . ... w vaav - mj vawr J J (U VUlll S CIICT or smoke. An Iron clad written gunrntee to absolutely cute the tobacco habit in all its forms, or money relimded. Price fi oo per box or 3 boxes (30 days treatment and guaranteed cure,) for $2 50 For sale by nil dnurcist or will be sent by mall upon receipt of price. SEND SIX TWO ofTnt STAPS FOR SAMPLE BOX. Booklets and proofs free. Eureka Chemical & M'l'g Co , Ta Cross, Wis. Office ol THE PIONEER PRESS COPMANY, C. W. Hohnick, Supt, St. Paul, Minn., Sept. 7. iBoi Eureka Chemical and MTg Co., La Cross, Wis. Dear sirs I have been a tobacco fiend for many years, and durinir the past two years have smoked fifteen to twenty cigars regularly every dav My whole nervous system became affected, until my physicians told me I must give up the use of tobacco for the time being, at least. I tried the so. called "Keeley Cure," various other remedles.but without "Baco-Cursuccess, until I accidentally learned of your " Three weeks aco to-lI commenced using your preparation, aud I consider myself completely cured, I am in perfect health, and the horrible craving for tobac which ever inveterate smoker fully appreciates, has completely left me co, simply wonderful.and can fully recommend it' I consider your "Baco-CurYours very truly, C. W. Hohnick, DON'T STOP -- 1 TOBACCO w vi-j- u It 11 .. L I o ay y o" it. Mr, J, L. Rogers, a young attorney from Hartford has located here for the practice of his profession. He l has not yet secured an office but will do so lu a few days. Mr. Rogers corner well recommended and will receive a hearty welcome from our jieople. fThe Mnhlenbcrger. ELECTRIC TELEPHONE boma, ahpp, Mora alQoa. i.aca HO inmi aaji.r on "- rjain.pc uaaa. a Mia w ail toa ruialutrtiutaU,iiLt4fi, wartt Biahara, an, dUlanca. Uomplita, raaJl lu uaa ablppad Oaa ba put ap an, oaa, na?.r eul at ardfr, pa rapalriaf. latl. a 111 111" "arraateJ A,mc.a,ori.r Wllla i r.nimui a lu.ctd Jmoui. o. .citrt m oamniMin, 'Ili maka (tout arto. - ui Oraateat & as to (50 par da. " tr t Vflir im ,lo o uliarrlplluii. al oure-pa- jr jour IJvery family in Ohio county, An otTootivo advortisomont Stvies, should send to Williams & Bell Hart- 18 nn anolior, whioh will oit-o- n Lakoi! 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